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 .j"v ������^ _.������_n a ��������������� _���������. q ?&<&������_..   VIE  Vol. x:xiW  CRESTON   B. C;. FR|DAY,   APRIL 8,  1932  No. 3  W*A������ Concert  ������_B  rieases  Variety of Talent Presents Musical and Literary Numbers and  Marches ��������� Domestic Comedy  is Evening's Closing Feature.  L. G.  Clark  who   pleased  brogue  being  choruses and  A very successful entertainment was  given in the Parish Hall on Wednesday.  ��������� evening last under the auspices of Christ  Church Woman's Auxiliary. Mrs. L. W.  Stephens was responsible for the concert  half of the programme, while Mrs. R.  Thurston sponsored the second part, and  much credit is- due both these members  of the Auxiliary for their efforts. The  programme:  Address* Welcome���������Ethel VanAckeran.  Norweigan Mountain March���������Canyon  Girls.  Recitation���������Lorraine Olivier.  Solo���������Mrs. Stephens.  Violin   solo,   "Stephanie   Gavotte"���������  Holly Bond.  Solo, "The Egg"���������L. W. Stephens.  Recitation���������Mrs. L. G. Clark.  Piano duet���������Mrs. J. E. Johnston  and  Kathleen Bundy.  Chorus^ s'Dumb.    Dumb!    Dumb.���������  Cauyon Uiris.  Solo���������Naida Bamhardt.  Recitation���������"Archibald Vere de Vere,"  Mrs. Nygaard.  Duet, with Dance���������Grace Bothamley  and Ethel VanAckeran.  Solo���������Mrs. Harold Langston.  Reading���������Mrs. J. E. Johnston.  Swedish March���������Canyon Girls.  Solo���������-Harold Langston.  Clarinet solo���������L, W. Stephens.'  Play, "A Borrowed Luncheon."   Cast;  Mrs. Bancroft (Kitty  Littlejohn), Mrs.  ,  McDougall (Beth Putnam), Mrs. Dixon  (Mrs. Thurston)   Marion, her daughter  " (Margaret Fraser), Nora, Mrs. -McDoug-  ^ :z aii's maid (Winni|:jpalfreyma^..^^^ ^ .,  M_rr. Nygaard's recitation, 4Archibald  was another elecutiortist  the audience, her* Irish  much appreciated. The  marches by the Canyon  girls were gone through with precision  and showed careful training, while Misses  fi.mm.nn     T_*.���������!.������-������...        Tja*-Un\      T7.-.-.       A _.l.s.������n  ajtaam^u.    .-_.������*w*4ct__a������j. ,      __,������..-.������;._        , ������������������4      _r_.v.������.^iaaaa  and Holly Bond aU pleased their  audience with their numbers. The  accompanists, Mrs. Fred Lister and  Miss Frances Knott, assisted greatly in  the success of the singers and instrumentalists.  The variety programme was followed  by an amusing sketch, "A Borrowed  Luncheon/9 in which "Mrs Bancroft" is  shown entertaining her two lady guests  in a friend's house which she is trying to  pass off as her own, and the difficulties  arising from this situation caused much  merriment and everything smoothed out  in the end, after the appearance on the  scene of the rightful owner, 'Mrs. McDougall." with the resulting explanations. The maid of the latter, who is  is "waiting on "Mrs. Bancroft" and her  guests, caused her a great deal of trouble  and rmbarassment. This part was taken  by Miss Winnie Palfreyman, who both  looked and interpreted the part well.  "Mrs. Baneroft/'.taken by Miss Kitty  Littlejohn, was realistic. Mrs. Thurston  ably took the part of the lady guest, supported by her daughter. Miss Margaret  Fraser. Miss Beth Putnam was "Mrs.  McDougall," the real owner of the house  returning home at the las: moment and  clearing up the muddle, and though not  navang a great deal to do, filled the part  .nicely. All the ladies took their alloted  parts splendidly and were word perfect.  Closing Creston  Opening Oliver  Crestland Ftaiit Company Confining Local Operations to  Erickson/This Year���������Manager  Harrison Tells of Prices Paid  when a number of the younger girls put  on a dance There was quite a turnout,  and It was a jolly affair from beginning  to end.  Mrs. Victor Grundy of Crowsnest  arrived on Saturday, and will be the  guest of Mrs. E. Martin for a few days.  - ~_f_���������������__ TS.-.'-*������"������~-t  -������:___._.��������� _��������� ,_M jl  .   , waa au ������m_i_cu������;ii������.  ytivGc Cn  work-arid "well deserved its enthusiastic  encore, and her jsecond number was  equally good. The piano duet by Mrs  Johnston and Miss Kathleen Bundy was  splendidly rendered and" received a  hearty recall.. Mrs. Johnston also gave  a very stirring and graphic recitation in  finished style. Mr. and Mrs. Harold  Langston both sang in their usual delightful manner and responded to well  earned encores, as did Miss Naida  Earnhardt, who possesses a fine voice for  so young a singer,  Mrs. L. W. S+ephens sang very pleasingly, and Mr. Stephens' rendering o������  "The Egg" caused much amusement,  The latter also obliged with a fine  clarinet solo. Miss Lorraine Olivier  was very charming in her recitation.  which she rendered perfectly, while Mrs.  FISHING PRIZES!  r OR   ��������� 9I*3____  Tackle Box���������For the largest  Black Bass caught during season.  Gaff Hook Complete���������For the  second largest BlacK Bass caught  during season.  Level Wind Bait Casting Reel  ���������For largest Rainbow, Cutthroat  or Brook Trout caught during  the seasdh.  Vest   Pocket Fly Book���������For  largest Silver Trout caught during  the season.  Special Prize, Boys under 14  Years���������3 piece Steel Rod and  Reel for the largest Squaw Fish  caught during the season.  Competitors must purchaso 50c. worth  of Tackle or moro at this store. Wave  your name rifjjletorcd whon you mako  your first purchase of Tackle.  Boys under 14, years muat purchase 10  cents worth of Tackle to compete, for  special prize,  Any person who won n prize during tho  seasons of 1029.30-B1 will not bo ablo to  compote In tho name clans during 1082.  All fish must''be brought in ns takon  from tho water to bo weighed and measured.  PriwR will he awarded Nov.' 15, IOUS!,  V.    MAWSON  Gannon GIty  Chas.     DeWolf3     who    worked    for  iHu^s^ns^^^J^^  -a^9'">''h^C,spent?;:t_-^^^^^fe^ :_s?ith:" Ms  brethsr here, 2c������t"_-t"-'t__s   middle  >~Tf   the  week for LaFleche Sask., where he will  spend this year.  Ernest Langston, who has been visiting with Mrs. Langston and family for  the past three months* go' away on  Wednesday to Lethbridge, Alberta, and  is expecting to resume work with the  C.P.R.. He is accompanied by his son,  Graham.  - ���������Jf> Vermin News.  The prices paid for fruits and vegetables to the growers in the Creston  district, will compare very well indeed  with prices paid for similar commodities in the Okanagan Valley is the  -Statement by Harvey Harrison, manager  of the Crestland 'Fruit Co., Limitee,  Vernon  Mr. Harrison contends that there are  many misrepresentations going the  rounds about the Ideal at Creston last  year. To begin with, the Crestland  Fruit Co. marketed everything the  growers produced from black currants,  gooseberries, to crabapples, all varieties  of apples, and even their tomatoes until the freeze-up cut down the vines.  More than that, returns from small  fruits, early apples and crabapples were  made within thirty, days of the shipping  date. The growers even had their  money for Mcintosh - and later  apples early in January. On the bulk  apple deal, the total deduction  from growers returns was $5 a ton.  The prices paid for all commodities compare very favorably with those paid by  any bipper in the Okanagan Valley  or any other shippers handling 200 cars  or more.  Mcintosh appleTprices net to grower?,  J^>������;t������^r.^ 46:2c;  ^aa(^'and.':,^'Mm^C6Z<4c. .-.���������:....,.,_..:.���������:- t.-  Winter iBanana prices nefc to growers,  $1.5 a ton; Household, S2c. Cees  45,3e;   Fancy,  50.7c;    X Fancy,   S8c.  MitcoSitting  The bass fishing season opened with  the first of the month, ahd Jack Smith  celebrated the occasion by getting a five-  pound sample  in waters at the Hood  lake. - ^  Mrs. Valentine and young son of  Nelson arrived on Wednesday last on a  High School  Easter Exams.  Kathleen Bundy Establishes a  School Record���������Has Average  92 Per Gent, on Nine Subjects  ���������Standings in all Grades.  visit with her  parents,   Mr. and  Mrs.  Jas. Compton.  Robert Moore of Fernie, who spent  the Easter vacation with his mother,  Mrs. H. H. Taylor, returned to that  town on Sunday.  Miss Gladys Webster of the Michel-  Natal consolidated school teaching staff,  returned to Michel on Sunday affSr  spending tbe Easter holidays with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster.  Walter Nickel has resumed building  operations on his house an bis ten acres  of orchard property just about opposite  the Compton residence.  Principal Freney got back on Sunday  from Rossland, in which town he spent  made [ *'ie Easter vacation.  Dick Smith is having a fair run of luck  on his rat line. Upjtill the first of the  month he had taken about 150 of these  animals.  H. F. Robson reports a good demand  for strawberry plants. He has already  sold all he had available r for -1932. He  i&hoplag-i-sr like -������2c^ss^i������u 'hi-jrei^' of-  blooms.  T1 W ���������_...������_  __ MVJ V*  ���������t ��������� ...-.-.I   Axel Berggren is working at Canyon  siding this week, loading out the railway  ties that were cut a year ago, but delivery of which was not taken in 1931 by  the C.P.R. ,  The road grader was over the nigh-  ways in this sectiin at the first of the  week, and travelling is somewhat improved in consequence.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tooze and family  have arrived from Alice Siding to  make  their home on the Geo, Leach place. He  is at work remodelling the barn for a  start.  School re-opened on Monday after the  Easter vacation with an attendance that  i. about the biggest ever known at  Canyon.  Rev. J. A. Healey. of Erickson was  here on Saturday night when he spoke  on co-operation under Farmers' Institute  auspiceB,   The   turnout   waB not very  large.  Canyon Dramatic Club repeated  "Deacon Dutabs" at Creston on Monday night to a crowd that filled the  Parish Hall to capacity, and added  another $85 to the piano fund.  beyond these prices -  Only one other shipper operated; at  Creston, said. Mr. Harrison, and it is  believed that the prices he paid growers  were about the same.  The . reason for not operating in  CreBton again in' 1932, said Mr. Harrison, is that they have no warehouse  space there and they have come to the  conclusion that ii is not profitable to  pay such a high rental as was demanded  for the co-operative premises. It has  been decided to operate at Erickson and  to select sufficient of the most desirable  tonnage to keep this house operating.  The Crestland Fruit Co. is opening a  a house this season at Oliver. Accommodation is being arranged to suit the  tonnage offered and the house will he  open in time for the early deal.  . ~������. _-&___..__  are   at  +V..V..  Messrs. Willis and Toose  Canyon this week, whs  overhauling the barn on the Geo. Leach  place, where Mr. and Mrs. T ooze will be  making their home in future.  The sale of the former Elroy Jackson  place is reported this week. The buyer  is a Mr. Bininger, who cams from Calgary, Alberta, last year, and for 1931  had the John Johnson place at Wynndel  on lease. The purchase was from  Walter Johnson, also of Wynndel, who  purchased the property some years ago.  Grade 11���������Jack Young 798; Herbert  Dodd 790, Iris Taylor 741, Faye  Tompkins 698, Arthur Nichols 680,  Muriel Thurston 614, Elsa Willis 612,  Sydney Scott ���������87, Roland Miller 586,  Opal LaBelle 584, Marjorie Learmonth  582, Earl Christie 534, Minnie Downes  529, Edith Avery and Betty Speers 484.  Grade 10���������Kathleen Bundy 828,  Ellen Hagen 712, Frances Lewis 675,  Marjorie Crosby 668, A. Telford 663,  Tony Morabito 616, Jack Payne 602,  Edith Rentz 600, Agnes Crane 563,  Alice Wesling 545, Esther Stace-Smith  542, Allan Speers and Velraa Rentz 540,  Mary Abbott 521, Reetha Phillips 515,  Norma Marshall 514, Anne Gartland  513, Margaret Stapleton 481.  Grade 9���������Eleanor   Spratt   826,   John  Spencer 810. Ethel Sutcliffe 805, Doris  Crosby 782, Agnes Johnson 762, Harold  MacLaren   744,   Hubert   Morrow   740,  Betty   Staee-Sn_ith737,   Irene  Bourdon  726, George Collis 735,   Charles Taylor  723,    Daisy   Trevelyan   721,   Wiliam  Rohacs    714,     Frances   Talarico   713,  Dorothy Palmer 699, Blanche Tedford  694, William Ferguson 689, Molly Moore  686, Jack Johnston 676, Frances Moore  667,   Clifford    York   659,  Ethel  VanAckeran   and   Margaret Armitage 653,  Betty Kemp 6������i.'  Robert Dickson   648,  Nellie Payne 941. James Downes 636m  Eiepn6rei*_ww^:.6i6/-Eva---'_!_aBe_le' 6Q$P  Helen Browell 596,= Elizabeth Armitage  580, Kate Payne 574, Roy Penson  and  Hesper   Lewis   555, Sadie Fraser 506,  Milton    Fraser   478,   Jane Ross  447,  Margaret Truscott 419.  Kathleen Bundy, who headed Grade  10 in the Easter examinations at the  high school, made the splendid average  of 92 per cent., obtaining a total of 828  marks for nine subjects.- This is the  record high mark made in term  examinations at the local school for at  least five years; and probably for a  much longer time.  SSiaii*W9a'  run  will  In  League Basketball  League s:nmoq Uro  being rapidly  oil, BO' Chut gi.t_oii.her couple of weeks  nee the completion of the  schedule,  last  week's   town   league  game,   High  School A beat tho Pals to tho tune of  22-5    In    the    school . league,     High  School 0 boat High School B. by 5-4  League  tnndings;  TOWN LEAGUE  Pld.   Won Lst, PtB  High School A  6       G       0 12  Chuma....  4      2      2 4  Pols  4       15 2  High School B    4       0      i 0  *'    SCHOOL LEAGUE.  High School A  4       4 0 S  H'gl. School C  6       2 3 4  PuhUeSchool  4,      2 2 4  High School JJ  &      1 4 2  Dtm. to bntl ronda, tho Kimberley team  woro uwnbk to make tho trip .during Ire  holiday*!.  Mrs. Lundy and Mrs. F. Soucie were  business visitors at Creston laat Thursday. Miss Eileen Heap and Miss Helen  Vance of Nelson were visitors at CreBton  on Friday.        .  .fair. Parr of Warwick, Ont., arrived to  take over tho superintendent's work of  the Ganndlan Bridge Co. during Mr.  Soucies absence.  Jbb. S. Wilson was a business visitor at  Wynndel last Saturday, leaving for  Cranbrook on Sunday.  Misa Eileen Heap hsiB aB her house  gueat, Miss Helen Vance of Nelson, who  arrived lost Wednesday  Dr. Hondcreon of Creston was a visitor at Kootenay Lunding and at the  home of Mr, and Mrs. Jns. Wllaon last  Wodnenday.  The grader from Creston dlatrict is at  work on  tho road from   Atbara  eastward , nnd one from Boawell district from  there   westward,   putting  the road in  shape.  Mrs, F. Souclo loft for Cranbrook last  Friday morning whoro she will reside for  nn indoflnlto tlmo, owing to Mr, Soucio  belng confined in Cranbrook hospital.  Frank Pello loft for hta home in Blnir-  moro, Albortn, on Sunday, nnd was n  visitor nt Creston on Saturday.  M3hm Fm-Wptou of Boiiwoll wua n  visitor nt Crouton on Saturday.  A nodal gathering wnn held in Sirdar  community hall la������t Monday ovoning.  Wynndel  Chas. Moore of Creston was here last  week doing some land surveying work.  Miss F. Lewis of Creston was a visitor  here last week, a guest of Miss Mary  Abbott.  A. F. Rudd was a Cranbrook visitor  last weelc whew he was receiving  medical attention.  Miss Ethel Hook and Warren Hook  of Spokane were here for the weekend  with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  Grady.  Miss Ruth Joy has returned to Nelson  to continue her studies in the high  school in that city.  David Taylor, who has been visiaing  with his parents, left on Sunday for  Lethbridge, Alberta, where ho is attending high school.  Thc grader waB over tho roads last  week and has considerably improved  travelling ���������conditions. :>  The Woman's Auxiliary April meeting  at thc homo of Mrs. Davidge, Wednesday, 13th, at 2.30 p.m.  Rev. C. Basso of Creaton was hero for  Lutheran aervico on Sunday oftornoon.  The baptism of the infant son of Mr.  an   Mrs Hobi} took pine nt tho service.  Look for the notices of K.K. Klub  thrcc-act play, "Tlidt'i. Ono on Bill," to  bo staged at tho end of tho month.  The annual mooting of the Co-Opora-  tivo Fruit Groworo' Association was held  on March 29th. John Wigen occupied  tho chnir und A. E. Towson noted ns  secretory in the nbwonco of A. Sponcor.  Mtnutos al lant annual meeting road nnd  -uloptfld, nnd Annuel ml Mntomemfc <. ..plained. Tho ithrco retiring directors, John  WEgcn, Ellas Uri and J. G. Abbott, worn  irc-ok-ated, and with W. Greig, A. S. Joy,  urul Goo. Huseroft tnuko up tlio director  ate. The matter of pay ent of tbe Revolving Fund, which is now complete,  was fully discussed and it was decided  this fund should start revolving this year,  Share certificates were given members  whose stock was fully paid up. Orders  taken for crates and supplies.  . The closing meeting of the K.K. Klub  was held last Wednesday, and a most  enjoyable enening was spent. Quite a  number of visitors from Creston were  here. Splendid music was supplied by  Mr. and Mrs. Bateman of Lethbridge,  Alta., piano, violin and saxophone, and  Bob Marshall, drums. Competition old  time waltz was won by Mrs. A. Benedetti and W. Johnson.  MOTORS  New Garage at  ERICKSON  formerly the Blaine  Corner Cozy Nook  WILL BE OPEN for  BUSINESS on  11  We would be pleased to  nave you call and give  our place and equipment  the "onceover.  f i  A. G. MENSINGER, Mgr*  MM THE   REVIEW:   CRESTON.   B.   ������-  Not From Brazil  BABY  F R ETF U L,  RESTLESS?  Ba^=^ ������=������ IV      a >_���������       a ��������� ��������� ��������� %*���������  When your baby fusses, tosses and  jseema unable to sleep restfulty. look  for one common cause, doctors say.  Constipation. To get rid quickly of  the accumulated wastes which cause  restlessness and discomfort, give &  cleansing- dose of Castoria. Castoria,  mad*  Apparently Nuts Imported By Canada.     Cosine     Principally     From  ~    France,   Spain  and   China  Nuts of all kinds imported into  Canada in the fiscal year ended March  31, 1931, were valued at $3,998,144.  Shelled walnuts comprised tlie principal item, totalling 4,806,662 pounda  valued at #1,003,151. Of this total  two and a half million pounds were  brought in from China and nearly two  million pounds from France. The  next most valuable import waa of  green peanuts, shelled and unshelled,  amounting to 25,323,421 pounds valued ot $971,216. These came chiefly  from China, imports in the last fiscal year totalling    21,091,728-   pounds  _...__-������-.-. a       =-���������*-       mmwemfK   ��������������� aa .m *���������         _*���������_ ���������. i ������,, __,_-  v*uue������   a.    9__-������,xuo.    _>ptu_i   ami__a___������.i3  most of the almond, nuts imported.  Out of a total of almonds, not shelled,  imported in. the last fiscal year  amounting to 931,556 pounds valued  at $97,900, Spain supplied S29.92S  pounds valued at $84,844; and out of  gfy Fat  Hsr Husband says she Looks  Five Years Younger!  There ia a certain weight at which  every wonftftnlpoks her loveliest���������not  skinny underweight nor pendulous  overweight, but normal weight. We  find artists, doctors, theatrical producers (and husbands t> all agreed  upon this point. Read what t3iia  woman of 20 says about It:���������  " Having heard from a friend of  mine that she had lost considerable  -weight since taking Kruschen Salts,  I started using them in July last, -when  _.______,_   i������_������y  11...  a   fc__. ���������������_   ____���������*   ������_������_������.__1������*  a^^Uca������em_-eVPS!'l1_1_ pS.!������ ��������������������� ������* W-*13 P-"���������** ���������������-  vegetable preparation; contains no almonds valued at $441,131, Spain  harsh drags, no narcotics. It Is so supplied 1,501,327 pounds valued at  mild and gentle you can give it to a  young: infant to relieve colic. Yet It ia  as effective for older children. Caa-  toria's regulative help will bring relaxed comfort and restful sleep to  your baby. Keep a bottle on hand.  Genuine Castoria always haa the  name:  CAS TO R!A  $364,854.  " ��������� ���������- ������ ^"������ ��������� ~.m-m m ���������--^-1._. ^rym^rmfmr^r^-ifw^j^0^^.  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  YL:CI������.TY:TY'rf''<>vR:'T.l.T'  vyQDC  By Annette  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY T8LB  It was reported Pope Pius probably -would inaugurate the Eucharistic  Congress at Dublin next June with  a broadcast message. {  The "world's  crop of -winter wheat ]  is only two  per  cent,   smaller than  last year, judging by reports from 15  countries.  Dr. O. T. Avery, New York, who  discovered a means of killing the  pneumonia germ, by dissolving its  protective covering has been awarded $1,500 by the American College of  Physicians.  The motion of H. C. Nixon, Progressive leader, asking the Federal  Government not to appoint a lieutenant-governor for Ontario for one year  was voted down by the provincial  legislature.  Russia la ranked by the Economic  Review of the Soviet Union, published  by the Amtorg Trading Corporation,  as second only to the United States  in volume of industrial output and  national income.  Great Britain intends to proceed  without deviation "with, its program  for India, Sir Samuel Hoare told the  House of Commons, and will not be  deflected from it "by threats of  force or sudden alarms."  Tlio Family Physician.���������-The good  doctor is always worth his fee. But  It Is not always possible to get a doctor just when you want him. In such  cases, common sense suggests the use  of reliable home remedies, such as  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which is  wonderfully effective in easing inflammatory pains and healing cuts,  scratches, bruises and sprains. The  presence of this remedy in tho family  medicine chest saves many a fee.  steadily since then, and am now 150  lbs.���������-my noixnal weight. Moreover, I  feel brighter and more energetic in  every way. My age is 2D. My husband  is a very severe critic. Sis says I look  five years younger. There is no other  reason for my loss of weight except  Kra5e-_en������ ������s I do not hike any particular dict.^���������TMra. S. ft.  Taken every morning, Kruschen  effects a perfectly natural clearance of  undigested food substances and all  excessive watery waste matter. Unless  this wastage Is regularly expelled,  Nature will eventually store it up out  of the way in the form of ugly fat.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  APRIL. 10  HOW SIN BEG INS  "Watch and pray that  into    temptation." ���������  Golden Text:  ye enter    not  Matthew 26.41  Lesson: Genesis 2.8 to 3.24.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 1.  Progress In Africa  People Take Quickly To New Ideas  For Advancement  I>o not let us delude ourselves into  thinking that the African will not in  time demand his share of self-government as the Indian has done. Those  who knew Africa in her old, untouched days are astonished at the rapidity  with which new ideas are taking root,  and every new school and road and  trading store promotes more change.  The very fact that the African starts  from a lower level of culture than  the Indian is capable of accentuating  ���������tlie rapidity aad gravity of the  change. He has no load of ancient  civilization round his neck, ho serious  religious disputes, no excess of population fixed in the ruts of old habits and ingrained superstitions. The  difference between his level and that  of the alien whites is so great that  he is inclined, once he makes the  plunge, to abandon all his own distinctive ideas and to aim directly at  a Europe aniaed culture.  Recipes For This Week  _By Betty  Barclay)  LEMON TAPIOCA  (Serves 6-8)  % cup quick-cooking tapioca.  3 cups boiling water.  %  teaspoon salt.  Rind 1 lemon.  1 cup sugar.  Vz cup lemon juice.  2 egg whites.  Combine the first four ingredients  and cook 20 to 30 minutes. Remove  lemon rind and add sugar and lemon  juice. Beat egg whites stiff, fold them  lightly in, chill thoroughly and serve  in sherbet glasses.  A Difficult Test  Candidates for tho post of announcer in ono American broadcasting company had to pass a test, one  phrase of which is "The seething sea  cease th, nnd thus the seething sea  sufficoth us," Only ten of the 2,500  tested In tho last two years received  appointments,  ���������  ���������    L   *>  mSSju \*\ __? uir^  kl^J Q   _2_5   _ft_i _J^  Ijaa^iyr wgj* |   Q 2)1 ������ Q     ������  "My baby's checks and hands were so  hot," writes Mrs, Bernard Brcen, Enterprise, Ont., "I was frightened. I  gave him a Baby's Own Tablet at noon  and by niter supper he was all better.'* Ei.ecl.lvo for  cold., colic, teething. Absolutely  safe. Sec certificate In. each 25c  prtCluiRC. 2J6  Dv. WIHIftim'  _a__ft.iiwc <rvu#ftj taih etc  GOOI>    LOOKING    HOME    WEAR  HELPS IMMENSELY  MAKE  KITCHEN CHORES EASY  Kvery woman knows she can't  have too many home ensembles that  will tub and tub, and always come  up smiling.  And today's model Is just lovely.  The dress ls suitable for tho house,  garden, porch, marketing, etc. And  (incidentally, It's decidedly slimming  to the heavier build. It lias a very  becoming slimming neckline. Then  there ls the diagonal big seaming  that reduces bulk. Inverted plaits  give a graceful width and flare to tlio  hem.  And isn't the onc-piecc apron attractive? And It won't slip off the  shoulders either, for tho suspender  straps aro useful besides being  modish.  Design No. 010 includes the dross  and the apron in sizes 10, 18, 20  years, 38, 38, 40, 42, 44. and 46 Inches  bust. Size 80 requires 3Vi. yards of!  Sfi-lnuh material wLth ._.������& yat'ds ol  ,_fi-lnch contrasting.  Price of pattern 25 cents in stamps  or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap  coin.' carefully.  W.    N.    TJ.    103tt  RAKED   ORANGE   IUE_I_ISH FOR  M3EA.T  (Serves 6-8)  2 largo oranges.  3 or 4 slices canned pineapple.  1 teaspoon cinnamon.  8 whole cloves.  % teaspoon nutmeg.  Va cup pineapple juice,  Va cup sugar,  1 tablespoon lemon juice.  Slico oranges thin, using skin and  pulp. Cut up pineapple. Combine all  ingredients and place in a glnss or  earthen baking dish. Bake in mod-  erate oven for 2 to 2% hours. This  da a delicious relish vriXh. meats.  Explanation sand Comments  The Garden Of .Eden, 2.8-15.��������� And  Jehovah planted a garden eastward.  In Eden, we read. With the trees in  the garden that were to provide food  wero two mysterious trees such as  never grew in any earthly garden.  The fruit of one of these trees would  give the partaker knowledge- of good  and evil; that of the other, immortal  life. In this garden Adam and Eve  ���������were put to care for 3t=  The Obedience Required, 2.16, 17.���������  The fruit of the tree of the knowledge  of good and evil they were-forbidden  to eat. Through it was to come the  knowledge of sin and Its consequences  as well. If that command were disobeyed, then they would surely die.  "In all holy life there must be a  forbidden tree. But all limitations ordained off God are appointed to be the  ministers of our strength. If we observe them they do not belittle us,  they exalt us. The tempter would  make us believe that the restriction  of our freedom enslaves ois, and that  the bursting of our barriers ia the enlargement of our life. It is fatal delusion. A broken moral law always  means a broken and shriveled life:  'The wages of sin is death,' and the  wages begin- to be paid at once.  Every time we sin death Is at work."  ���������J. H. Jowett.  The Temptation, 3.1-5.���������The serpent  here in. Genesis is the power of evil  personified: it is Milton, not Genesis,  that terms the serpent Satan. The  tempter is called by the Jews "the old  serpent." Temptation to sin comes  from -without human nature, but the  capacity for sin is within.  Now the serpent was more subtle  than any beast of ihe field, "the fittest imp of fraud," as MiLton calls  him. To the woman he said, "Yea  tindeed, truly] hath God said. Ye  shall not eat of any tree of the garden? " The interrogative sentence is  also exclamatory and is designed to  arouse distrust of God. "Ay, and so  God has said, etc!"-is one translation.  "The range of the prohibition is purposely exaggerated in order to provoke inquiry and criticism."  The order of words in Eve's answer  brings out the thought that she resents the serpent's subtle meaning:  they could eat of the fruit of any tree  save of that in the midst of the garden, that tree of knowledge of good!  and evil. That it was an apple tree  is an Idea said to have come from the  Romans. The word used in the "Vulgate" for fruit, "ffructum," was rendered "pomum." by some transcriber.  a word which npeans fruit and also  apple. The Greeks understood it to  be a fig tree. Death would be the  penalty for eating or even touching  that special fruit. Eve seems to have  expected death would immediately  follow Its eating.  "Ye shall not surely die," returned  the serpent. Not to save you from  death, but to prevent your being like  him, has God forbidden you to partake of this fruit: "Ye shall be as  God, knowing good and evil." The serpent's wily .words Impute an unworthy motive to Jehovah, and arouse  doubt as to His perfect goodness;  they appeal to Eve's curiosity and de-  sir������ for knowledge nnd power, and  are almost a dare.  The Disobedience, 2.6, ..���������Eve looked longingly at the forbidden fruit,  dallied with temptation. Sho saw  that it was good for food, a delight  to the eyes, and had the power to  make one wise; there was an appeal  to appetite, to the sense off beauty,  and to intellect. The desire to become like God overcame the fear of  His displeasure. She yielded to the  temptation and partook of the fruit..  Eve gave the fruit to her husband  and he ate also. "Before this temptation the woman fell, and the man  wag Immediately involved in her fall  ���������another fine truth; sho holds the  key of his destiny."���������J. E. McFadyen,  HEAbA^HEjSrLIOUSHESS  Heavy Taxation  Itelxfc*.  Detroit    Plans    Ta / Refund  Totalling $81,000,000  Declaring it the only way the lif*i  savings and property of many,of Detroit's citizens can be saved, Mayor-  FraJuk Murphy announced recently  that he would seek the co-ope ration  of the city's banker-creditors in a  refunding of some $31,000,000 in interest and maturity charges due this  year.  If the plan is agreed upon, the  mayor said, it will mean a substantial reduction in the city's $76,000,000'  tax levy for 1&32. If it falls, he said,-  an increase In the tax rate of nearly-  $3 for each $1,000 valuation is imminent. The property tax rate for*  the current fiscal year is $22.63 Soar  $1,000 valuation.  MSI-farYOU  and BABY ioo  'QWRLPH  Bndtvlduat  <srto_t$_Q*-:  during  How To Order Patterns  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  17& McDornaot Ave., Winnipeg  Pattern No..,  I   ������   ,  ������    .   .  HSzoi,������i.,.,,  Name  Many TouHhIw  A total of 4,0OOj.OSt. automobiles entered Canada from the United States  ln tho calendar year 1081 for tourljajr  purposes, n docreafle *>f 4fl9,4<_1i, compared with 1080, according to a statement just issued by the Canadian  Government Department of National  Revenue. 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IT have been anaemic  .. ior years, and find that, when I get run-down, after taking several boxes of Dr.  "Williams'-Fink Pills the color comes back  to  my cheeks and  I  have -wonderful  -vitality." ,_ ... -������������������..' ���������.   ��������� ���������-  Dr. Williams9 Pink Pills rebuild health  . -fay creating new blood and increasing the  red blood cells which restore the wasted  - tissues and revitalize the exhausted sys-  ��������� tern. They remove the cause of rundown  ��������� mt nervous conditions.   Try them.   At  your druggist's.- 50c a package. 271  THE  DREAMS-  OF  -TRUE  ��������� BY.��������� .'  BIARGABET PEDUER  .___.��������� Author Of -  "The Splendid Folly/' "The Hera_.6  Of Far _3__<_L" I  HodderA Stouerhton. I_td.��������� London.     I  CHAPTE3H XVII.���������Contiuued  Her voice -wavered uncertainly. The  .realization of his intent had come  'iupon her so unexpectedly, rousing her  from her placid -unconsciousness, that  -,s_ae felt stunned���������nervously unready  st������ deal with the situation. She struggled a_little, instinctively, but he only  laughed down at her, a ring of masterful triumph in hia Troice, holding  Ther effortlessly, -with all the ease of  This immense strength. -      *  'It's, no good, Jean.    You've got to  ''r^SS***- m*  2H6  r*������l������ T^^irCk ������r������-* f-_onrfl Trm\r*n  enough." He paused, then drew a deep  Threat!.. "I love you!" he said slowly.  ''My Godv-how I love you!"  ������������������   There -was an element of -wonder in  "Thfis tones, and she   felt   the   strong  "hands gripping here tremble a little.  Taiea ' their y clasp   tightened   and  he  -<lrew her towards him.  "Say you love me," he demanded.  "Say it!"  It was then Jean found her voice.  The imperious demand, infringing on  that secret, inner claim of which she  alone knew, stung her into quick denial. ��������� :  "But I don't! I    don't   love   you!"  "Then-, as she saw the blank look in  "Ills eyes, she -went  on hastily:  "Oh,  -Geoffrey, I am    so    sorry.    I   never  -guessed���������I never thought of your caring."  "You never guessed! Good God!"���������  with a harsh laugh���������"I shoxild have  thought I'd made it plain enough.  Why, even that first day, on the river���������I wanted you then. What do you  ���������'-suppose. hasrbrought, me to Staple  'every day? Affection for-Blaise Tor-  '.marin ?''���������cyni cally.  ' "I though���������I thought������������������"She cast  .about ii* her mind for an 'answer,''' then  jpsresonted him. -with the simple truth.  ("I'm afraid I never thought about it  rat all. I just took your coming over  if or granted. I knew you and Judith  .were old friends and neighbors, so it  4 seemed quite natural for you to be  'here often���������ftist as Claire' Latimer  fim."  t    Burke searched her face f.or a mo-  :___ent. Ho was thinking,of the other  ���������j worn on  ho had  known-���������women  who  '.would never have remained "blind to  (hSs meaning, who had* Indeed, shown  'their willingness to come halfway ���������  .���������[.'more than half-way���������to moot him.  ���������"i. really believe   that's  true,"  he  said, at Jatft, gmdgljngly. ..."But if it  {tn, you're    the most   una elf conscious  simply. "I'm���������I'm so sorry, Geoffrey.  I like you far too much to have  wished to hurt you."  "I don't want liking. I want your  love. And I mean to have it. You  may not have, understood before,  Jean, but you dof now."  She drew herself away from him a  little.;:    ;:"ri"'   -:;_  ..       : ';-"��������� ';���������  "That doesn't make' any difference,  Geoffrey. I have no love to give  y.ou," she said quietly.  He shook his head.  "I won't take no," he said doggedly. "You're the woman I want. And I  mean to have you Don't you  understand? It's no use fighting  against me. You may say no, now;  you may say no fifty times. But one  day you'll say���������yes."  Jean's slight frame tautened.  "You are mistaken," she said, in. a  chill, clear voice calculated to set immeasurable space between. them.'  "I'm not a cave woman to he forced  into marriage. Oh!"���������.the ludicrous  side of this imperious kind of wooing  striking her suddenly���������"don't he so  absurd Geoffrey! You can't seize me  by the hair and carry me off to your  own particular hole in the rocks, you  know." She began to laugh a little.  "Let's just go on being good friends  ���������and forget that this has ever hap-  wM.&Mr   ma^mWmWmml'Wm/   W^S/&  It pays to  ������IX  *^ffiP^ ___F^___ ^mW '& 1BF____  ������g^  ^������j^r y^gi ga^_������   ���������  1XORJRJB3  ff  woman I've'ever 'como acres.s."  "Of course It's, true,'1  aho roplled  Treatment  Vicks' double  ^ nct.on (foliated  nnd  absorbed)  brings relief  %#M5KS'  ^mmr *zf    air   <r"r������ J**^ Cm_9  *%.   majf BS."'  vj-.  n.  w.  wm  She held out her hand, but he took  no notice of the little friendly gesture. There- was a red gleam in Ms  eyes, a smouldering glow that needed  but a hreath to fan it into flame.  "You speak as if it were something that was over and done with,"  he. said in a low, tense voice. "But  it isn't; it never shall he. I love you  and want you, and I shall go on loving you and -wanting you as long as I  live. Jean���������sweetest"���������his voice suddenly softened incredibly���������"Til try to  be more gentle. But when a man  loves as I do, he doesn't stop to  choose his words." He stepped closer  to her. "Oh! You little, little thing!  Why, I could pick you up and carry  you off to my cave with two fingers.  Jean, when will you marry ine?"  His big frame towered beside her.  He paid no more attention, to her dismissal of him than if she had not  spoken, and she was conscious of an  odd feeling of impotence.  "You don't seem to have understood  me;" 'she said' forcing herseSf'td" speak  composedly." "If I loved you, you'd  have no need to 'carry me. off' to your  cave. I'd come���������gladly. But I don't  love ycu, Geoffrey. And I shall never  marry a man I don't love."  "You'll marry me," he returned  stubbornly. "Do you think I'm going  to give you up so easily? If you do,  you're mistaken. I love you, and I'll  teach y-ou to love me���������when you're  my wife."  The two pairs of eyes met, a challenging defiance flashing betw een  them.   Jean shrugged her shoulders.  "I think you must be mad," she  said contemptuously, and turned to  leave him.  In the same instant his hands gripped her shoulders and he swung her  round facing him again.  "Mad!" he exclaimed hoarsely.  "Yes, I am mad���������mad for you. You  little cold thing! Do you know what  love is���������man's love?"  She felt his arms close round her  like a vice of steel, lifting her off her  feet, so that she hung helpless in his  embrace. For a moment his eyes  burned down into hers���������the hot flame  of desire that blazed in them seeming  almost to scorch her���������the next, he  had hidden his face against the warm  white curve of her throat, where a  little affrighted pulse throbbed tern-.  pestuously. Then, as though tho touch  of her snapped the last link of his  self-control, his mouth sought hers,  and. he was kissing hor savagely,  crushing hor soft, wincing lips beneath his own. Hor slender body  swayed, helpless as a reed in his  strong grip, while the tide of hia passion, like fto.me florco, iratumeablo  flood, swept over hor reels tBesHly.  When at last lie released her, alio  stood back from him, rocking a little  Instinctively ho stretchod out Ida  hand to steady her.  "Don't .... touch met" she  panted.  Tho wards came driven.' between  clenched tooth chokingly. Hen" -lace  was. mllk-wlitta and her eyes blazed  at him out of ita pallor. She felt oa  If her heart were beating in her  throat,, stifling hor, and for a littlo  space shooc physical ��������� strewn hold hor  silent, But sho fought it baok, assorting hor will against hor weaknofln.  "How daro you?" Thero was blttor  anger In her atlll tone.., "Haw dare  you touch mo lllcc, that?"  mWEtlha  Thousands of- delighted smokers say  it because they have proved it, time  and time again.  You ear_ Foil at least 5*0 cigarettes with  a. 20c. package of Turret Fine Cut  cigarette tobacco.  And every cigarette you roll -will bo  to your liking. The snore you roll,  the more ybu'll enjoy them.  FREE Chantecler Ggarctte  Papers "with every package.  ���������      Ma'    ������ TT      O    ^       H      52      SIS      52  With a swift movement she passed |     She was silent. Her anger was wan-  her handkerchief across her lips and j ing, giving place to a certain distress-  then let it fail   on   the   ground   as ; f ul comprehension.,   of    the    mighty j  though it were so__iettii2_er unclean.- He ' fores    which    had ���������: -suddsly    broken !  if wet undertake God's real work.  He will furnish us to it, and give us  pleasure in it.���������Horace Bushnell.  winced at the gesture; for a moment  the passion died out of hist face and  a rueful look, almost of schoolboy  shame   took its Discs.  "Do you���������feel like that about It?"  he said, nodding towards the handkerchief.  "Just like that," she returned; "Do  you think���������if I had known���������I would  ever have risked being alone with  you? But I thought we were friends  ���������I never dreamed I couldn't trust  you."  "Well, you can't," he said unsteadily. The sight of her slender, defiant  figure and lovely, tilted face, with  the scornful lips he had just kissed  showing like a scarlet stain' against  its whiteness, sent the blood rioting  through his veins once more. "You'll  .... you'll never be able to trust  any man. who loves you, Jean."  Her thoughts flew to Blaise. She  would trust herself "with him���������now,  at any time, always. But then, perhaps���������the afterthought came like a  knife-thrust���������perhaps he did not care!  "A man. who���������loved me," she said  dully, "would not do what you've just  done."  "He would���������sooner or later. Unless  hia veins ran milk and water!" He  drew a step nearer and stood staring  down at her sombrely. "Do you know  what you're like, I wonder? With  your great golden eyes and your maddening mouth and that little cleft in  your white chin You're angry  because I kissed you. I wonder I  didn't do it before! I've wanted to,  dozens of times. But I wanted your  lave more than a passing klas. I've  waited for that���������waited all these  weeks. < And now #ou refuse lt���������  you've not even understood that  you're all oarttk aact heaven to ane.  God! How blind y������ou must have been!"  bondage in the man beside her. -Dimly,  from her own knowledge of the yearning bred of the loved one's nearness,  oTi<>    Avtvr*oca .__*____*?    wTipf    4-fo���������____-___&.   loof    m^alrti  must have meant to a man of Burke's  temperament. Was it any wonder,  when suddenly made to realize that  the -woman he loved not only did not  love him in return, but had failed  even to sense his love for her, that  his stormy spirit had rebelled���������flung  off its shackles? An element of self-  reproach tinctured her thoughts. In  a measure the fault had been, hers;  her self-absorption was to blame.  (To Be Continued).  Centre! Of Nerves  Little Helps For This Weelc  Famous Vegetable  Pills Mnke Short  Work of Indigestion  "After the first down I waa inside aware  o$ their v^sry real tonic valu^," wrilica  Mins M. "I vmB troubled with Indl-  ceation and Slclc IlcactachcB."  Became tliey are PURELY VEGIS-  TAHLE, a penile, effective tonic to both  liver and bowela, Dr. Carter's Little  Liver Pilla are without equal for correcting Conat3;p������tion, Acicllty, Blltoua-  ncsrt, Hcttdncliefl, and Poor Complexion������  25c, and 7fic. red packaged. Sold  everywhere, Alwaya auric for them IIY  _-v.IV tt������_M*__Ui-__M.  Uving .Verves Can Be Switched -Like  Telegraph JS"erves  Zoological proof that living nerves  can be switched like telegraph wires  was presented to the American Association of Anatomists meeting in  New York.  If the nerve naturally controlling a  muscle is destroyed, another nerve  can be substituted by operation, and  will operate the muscle very well.  > These switches have been made and  tholr success verified" at Yale University in the Osborn Zoological Laboratory. Donald H. Barron, who conducted the experiments, reported  them to the anatomists.  'Ts not this the carpenter, the son  of Mary?"���������Mark vl. 3.  A lesson, Lord, those eighteen years  to me;  Not elsewhere I could so devoutly  learn  That humble tasks are "best, how-  e'er I yearn  Por higher spheres where I may work  more free.  Blest were those patient, toiling years  to Thee,  Their secret kept within Thy lonely heart,  While Thou wast trained by daily  skill of art  To build new worlds for human destiny.  Thy future was the Now. 'Twas from  its height  Thine eye   road   meanings   in   tho  passing day;  If Cross of Death cast shadows on  Thy way,  What nun was that so darkened in  his light?  O Nazarene, out of those toils' there  camo,  That which wo prize most dear,���������a  Brother's Name!  * ���������A,. A. Lipscomb.  Christ did not want higher occasions than tho Father gave Him. Tho  grand maxim of His mission was that  tht. humblest sphorea give the great-  ost weight and dignity to principles.  Ho was the good carpenter,���������saving  the world. Righty viewed, thoro are  no small occnalona in thin world, oa  In our hasto wo too of ton think. Great  principles, principles ottered ovon to  God, aro nt at ..take in every moment of life. God proscribes our duty;  i������*_u3 it wuiu Wi'0__{������ _iul lo buliuve tlml;  When  food sours  ABOUT two hours after eating  mainly people nuflfcr from sour  ulomachs. Tlicy call it indigeation. It  means that the stomach nerves have  beon over-s. timula ted. There is excess  acid. The way to correct it is with nn  olkali, which .noutrali7.es many times  its volume in acid.  The right way in Phillips' Milk of  Magncsin���������ju&t a tasteless close in  water. It in plnnsant, efficient nnd  hnrmlftSH. Ftasull.. come almost in-  stiU-tly. It is the approved method.  You will never usie another when  you know,  I3c sure to flct the genuine Phillips*  Milk o,f Mngncsin prescribed ������y  nhysBclnna for correcting excess acids.,  side n bottle���������any clruijtitoro.  The klenl dentifrice for clean  teeth and healthy guiwt In Phillips*  Dental Magnenic., a superior tooth-  jpfltfitft thnt -_iitfi_tfii.mlf- H^mim! ui.UU  mouth. (Made iu Canada.) THIS   DKilSTOJN   JtUKVUSW  said  Co.  party on a commission basis.  With the government needing the  coin and the people wanting the  loan it is ridiculous to think that  some plan can not be evolved  whereby business can be done.  No telephone  ���������so  he didn't get  the job  "I'm awfull  sorry,  Bill,"  the manager of   Blank and  "If you'd had a telephone yesterday we  would have given you a  steady job.    We had an opening  that you might have filled nicely.  But we needed a man right away.  We     couldn't     reach    you     by  telephone    so    we    had   to   call,. ,.      ,        . ..       ...   ,,,. .,  someone     else     and     cive   the lstLC observation that  "It would  A most emphatic No is the  answer of the Pentieton Herald,  on behalf of the southern Okanagan orchardistp, in connection  with 1932 marketing. In fact  the Herald waxes more and more  enthusiastic as Editor McDougall  pursues the subject in an editorial in last week's issue/ which  with  the  su-Der-or-tinr.-  unit, has always been regarded as  quite friendly tb the Associated  in the fruit-marketing business.  Will 1932 see a continuation of  the previous conditions of harmony between these two selling  organizations?  am    'am   m   yjjfy   g'JT  _>-.r__������l--/.da  position to him.  T3.ll  .!_.���������- _1  about resdy to w?er������s  Just two days ago he had had his  telephone taken out because he  thought h? couldn't afford it.  Now he realized that he couldn't  afford to bs without it. He went  straight to the telephone office  and told them to put his  phone back in.  Kootenav Telephone Co.  LIMITED  THE CRESTON REVIEW  occasion no surprise if a real estate  boom arrived in 1933." In setting forth good and sufficient  reasons for his optimism the  Herald points out that with the  unfavorable exchange on Canadian money prevailing there is not  tele- hkely to be much American fruit  enter Canada. And in the same  connection the Herald is quite  sure the Bennett government will  give adequate protection either  by an anti-dumping clause or  seasonal tariff. Then there is  the 10 per cent, preference there  if reason to assume the Old  Country will extend Empire fruit,  while right now the prospects for  a prairie crop are excellent.  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a vear in advance:  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and OwneT.  CRESTON.   B.C.,    FRIDAY,  APR.   8  The 1932 tax rate at Pentieton  will be 49 mills.  .Rossland's 1932 tax rate  is 60  mills.   The rate 45 mills in 1931.  At   Cranbrook the fashionable  running  uaiicca Size liOw  111. Hi.  to 3.  DO   YOSJ  KNOW  That new Rings in your car and a  Valve Grind wiil pay you back many  times over what they cost ih Oil ana  Gas  saved, and  increase  in power.  We*have a full stock of Goodyear Tires  ���������all sizes and grades .  Cranbrook youngsters are now  being    treated     to     triangular  doughnuts.  Up to   the middle   of   March  Rossland's   total   snowfall     was!  about 180 inches.  At Bonners , Ferry the movie  theatre has cut the admission  price to 35 and 15 eents.  Rossland citizens have a choice  of 27 dairymen from whom to get  their daily supplies of milk.  bW4J Wp   ^^   1   B ������  B %\ BB *bwP     B    Tw*  t CANYON STREET at BARTON AVE.  Him rt'T rf%\T%���������*  1������IU iUHd  GRESTON  -PH_F������-&iMf9y-_-MFIU^  tennis club is putting  whieh   later will  HOME BREW  If you   happen   to  be a   plot  owner, or directly or indirectly interested  in   any   of   the   burial  spaces at the cemetery,   and if  you haven't been a visitor at the  burying     ground    for   the   past  month, it might be well for you  to make a call at the  cemetery.  The past winter has been a bit  unusual.    The     heavy    snowfall  came before there was any frost  in the ground with the result that  in the spring thaw the moisture  all went down.    Along with this  there has been  an exceptionally  heavy March rainfall, with the  result that more than a few of  the graves    have   suffered  from  cave-in and where headstone have  been provided some of these have,  been   sadly   tilted   forward   and  are in danger of falling.    Of late  the cemetery company with some  help from the Women's Institute  have done a good work   in   cemetery   beautiflcation   and   if  the  better appearance   the cemetery  has assumed is to be maintained  it    will   be    necessary  for   the  weather-havoc   wrought   on the  graves to have attention, and for  such a good work there is no time  like the present.  Truly "Man  is  never,  but always to be  blessed."    At  Grand  Forks, Editor Love, in   his   dual  capacity as  mayor   and  pilot  of  1 the Gazette; has. since the first of  ithe year, succeeded in getting the  ratepayers     to     authorize     the  | council  putting    in  a  municipal  power   plant   and    even     more  successful in  getting  the  people  of    Grand  Forks    to   part with  $45,000 of their cash   money   to  buy the bonds which are issued to  effect    payment   of   the   hydro  development =    Now  the Gazette  is claiming further fame for  the  old home town hy  asserting that  it is cheaper   to  live there  than  anywhere else, and  backs up the  claim by referring to  the recent  removal to that town of Sid McCabe of Sirdar,   in  this  fashion:  '���������Mr. McCabe's territory  is from  Midway to   Crowsnest and the  fact that he has come  to  Grand  Forks,    almost   at   one end,   to  make his home is because of  the  attractivenes   of   the town  and  also because he has learned it  is  cheaper to live here than elsewhere."  clay courts whieh   later will   be  given a top dress ing of cinders.  Pentieton council is paying six  per cent, interest on all money  paid in taxes prior to August 1st.  The hall being erected at  Nakusp by the Legion���������mostly  by voluntary labor���������is 100 x 46  feet.  One of the sawmills at Nakusp  has commenced operations, with  a million feet of logs to manufacture.  r  Al   A       _____________l_____l___-___      ______ A-_9   -,An-___.A_.j_k__fr,f.A,A_.^_._-L_A_.A_i A .mjf. mAm^m.A^.Am^m^^  m\  ,^   m\tmA.m.^m^Am\^mmmm^Am)^m.mam^aAmm\  Thi^ spring there will be more  peach trees planted in Summer-  land than are now in bearing in  that area.  S[U_������8S������8ER FU  WE THINK Prosperity is just around the corner but we  KNOW that Spring is here and that now is the time to  be putting in at least another ton of Coal for late spring  and early fall use. Yes, and even in summer coal comes  in handy every so often. Or if your preference is for  Y/ood we can supply you satisfactorily. Better attend  this today, before work around the grounds and the  1  to this today,  garden prevent delivery.  CBFQT  g% __��������� vaJF  fg -  r      P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  '-���������T't'V  ���������y"r*������*y|������'y,w,y''T,������,>,yi-,������ v  PHONE 13  WW WW'Wam  ^m^ammom.  n^mpaMMM^^^^.  ���������w*Jwwwr  If   there    is   anything   sound  about the old axiom "that every  little bit helps/'   the   provincial  government might supplement its  falling revenues, and at the same  time do local citizens a good turn,  by immediately   adopting   some  plan   whereby    the   deposits   of  black loam on the   flats can  be  made available for more than  a  few residents who have been  in  the   habit   of   using   this   black  earth for a sort of  fertilizer.    All  that is required is a bit of fencing  to keep out livestock, and someone to supervise the hauling away  of the material.    Anyone who has  used it would not object to paying even as high   aa   a   dollar  a  load, and &h the   demand   comes  in the apring and fall it might bo  possible   to     have   the   forestry  official.,   give  the  needed supervision without extra cost to  the  author, tiff, at Victoria,   Or, failing this, turn tho right to <li������po������e  of the loam over to n  responsible  Pentieton Herald: New grower contracts issued by the Mutual  Pentieton Limited, the organization established here by the  Staples-Lander interests,are somewhat out of the ordinary line  of independent contracts.  The usual basis is to charge a  flat rate for packing plus a flat  rate for selling. Thus the shipper  receives a measure of protection  no matter how the market fares  downwards, although, of course,  we assume he does not benefit if  it goes upwards.  But this new Mutual contaaet,  while calling for a flat rate for  packing, puts the selling charge  on a percentage of the price.  Thus the shipper's fortunes  apparently accompany those of  the grower, whether up or down.  It would appear also that there  is no provision for charging red  ink against the grower so long as  the selling price brings the packing charge. If it fails to do  more, then the shipper apparently  gets nothing for his selling effort,  just as the grower would not get  anything for his fruit. But there  would be no back-charging.  Local growers and shippers are  rather interested in watching the  new concern in its local operations, in view of the fact that the  Sales Service,  of whwh   lt   is a  Kimberley board of trade  would have the postoffice in that  town left open on Sundays from  12 to 2 p.m.  Kimberley merchants are being  canvassed to^elose their stores  Wednesday afternoons and Saturday evenings.  For first time in several, years  there were no prisioners in the  county jail at Bonners Ferry the  first week in April.  C. H. Taylor, a Bonners Ferry  strawberry plant grower* is shipping plants to the experimental  farm in Wyoming.  Up to the end of March 277  auto licenses has been issued at  Kimberley, accounting for an intake of about $5000.  In a desperate effort to economize Rossland council has ordered the discontinuance of some of  the street lights even.  Grand Forks will have box la-  cross this year, and hope to be in  a league witn Greenwood, Trail,  Rossland and Nelson.  Dairyman Drake of Rossland  has cut the price of milk to 10  cents a quart. The dairymen's  association would maintain the  price at 12^ cents.  James Anderson, a former  mayor, now of Vancouver, and  H. B. Thomson; chairman of the  liquor control board, are presenting Kaslo council with 24 cherry  trees to plant along the town  streets.  __nrinir  sas-iie  Will  WB BBS  500ii be HareI  Order your Tank for boiling Spray now, made of heavy  guage  iron, welded throughout, no seams,   absolutely  __.__���������������.���������������/������      JtAmmAA'm.A'm.W- WVIW  MmtmA-m M-A   JH.AmmATm.mTm #���������        WYfr������**>   A��������� __>.svA*������*    0*mm __T������,*/������_r������** **%*%  M^mimAA       ���������   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.  13^-inch Black Pipe. 13c, per foot. 2-inch  Standard Gate Valves, $4 each.     All Pipes, and Valves are guaranteed to stand 200 pounds water pressure, Prices are i.o.b. Creston.  All other sizes of Pipe, Black andiGaivanized, also Fittings, are  sold at a very low price.    Buy now-.  Don't forget our Welding Shop. All work guaranteed.  If ������f piece"of welding done by us breaks where it was welded, it will  foe ?e-weided free of cost, or your money _������ae!_.  STEENSTRUP  &, REED  BLACKSMITHING - PLUMBING - HEATING  -_____-���������-____-_______-h_-______-__^___������Mba  .__.__.__���������-'  ___________________________  ._k__L__k_____������  MINERAL ACT  -^-m-m. . m -__-________- __. _________________________________ .__.___.__L-  .__-__._-.a    m..m..m..m.   m.   _. .  ������_________i  __TH_I______ _____ Im mmrnVrnm* ^v_3_ __���������_. ___pn_ mmt ______ __K__ _____> __H__  uo not f^osijMMto  ^&mmm^ jp������ ffp S22SS3F B������fi&& jffs tS   _4WB&t   SB ������&& ^&      ^S _________ _B__T ______^^___S__  k\������w Br mmffmaB__pbQ_fB_S0B%9  YOUR GMR  WINTER  SEASON  THE SEASON.  IS  PREMIER   GARAGE  PA LIMBER    &     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  Certificate qf {Improvements  A/OT/O-ET/  LAKEVIEW Mineral Claim, situate In  the Nolaon Mining Division of Kootenay District,  "Whoro located: Approximately two  miles southeast of Ginol'a Landing, .and  joininpr Kootenay Lake.  TAKE NOTICE that I, II.D.Dawaon,  net Ing ns agent for R. G. TiuimonB, Free  Mlnw'R Certificate No. fl1.<iS4-D. intimri,  sixty days from tho date hereof, to apply  to tho Mininpr Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt of tho abovo  claim.  And further talco nottco that action,  under Section 85, must bo commoncod  boforo the issuance of such Cortlflcato of  Improvomonto.  Dated this 10th day of Februwry, 10132  I-T.n.-DA.WflON  M������wfMi|������pfM||M|<WWtt4|H-^^  >mmm,y**mfw*mp*M4mmm*m\\  ._____-  <^L__Jk������������A_������A������AL*J_lk4_--_k--_____________^^  _U_tkAJ^MAv__^k*A--jtt_Uul-b������--^^  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.;  TRAIL, Britiah Columbia  manufacturers of Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonia  1  ELEPHANT  BRAND  Chemical Fertilizers  Triple Superphosphate  Sold by CRESTON VALLEY CO OPERATIVE^  CKESTLANU FRUIT COMPANY, LONG. ALLAN & LONG  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  [Brand  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  m^4tKqmpm*wmymi*������MWarimi*m'mmma^ awamp*m*mmmmLm*m*mmtm*mMr^^  tmmh*r4mmm>ifm .A-''  .<_  T-HUT ^KJfiBTOJM' 'JUSYJLKW  Local and Personal  A decided improvement is. made at  the corner of Canyon street and Hillside  Road where S. A. Speers has just erected  a tidy looking stone wall on both street  fronts of his residence at that location.  At a meeting of the directors held on  Wednesday it was definitely decided to  re-open the Creston Cv-operative Fruit  Exchange for business this season as a  substantia] tonnage has been   promised-  The March weather record shows   the  9th with 11 above zero  as the coldest  day, and  the warmest   was   the   29th  .when the mercury got up, to   59.   The  snowfall was SJ4 ounces and there was  t    . r_ s  - _    . m .  x.15 ni-rieaoi rain.  Mr>and Mr*. Collins of Blairmore.  Alberta, spent a few days here at the  end of the week, on a visit with the  latter's mother, and sister Mrs. Remington and Mrs. P. Bolton. They were returning home after wintering in California.  Receipts of eggs at the Farmers' Institute pool for March ran to a total of almost 4700 dozens. Production is at its  peak and for the first three days of this  week 36 cases had been shipped. There  has been a sharp decline in price due to  surplus supplies '���������������������������';,-  The Parish Hall was well filled on  Monday night for the presentation of  "Deacon Dubbs," by Canyon Dramatic  Ciub, and those who saw the presentation at Canyon two weeks previous  declare the company showed considerable improvement despite the handicap  ^|   of  the smaller stage at Creston.   The  Shoe Repairing  Work ready when  promised.  Charges reasonable.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  aM      _M_v_ma_^._a BBS  S .SSWB3B' m^mvSmVmvSSE  (_* ������- __'_ ��������� ���������_.���������_ Jt  ufiue   uttcs  jriarne&s  Axepairing  cash intake was about if 85.  FREIGHT FOR NELSON���������I have  established a freight truck service between Creston and Nekton, leaving here  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at  8.30 a.m.. Depot at Creston Motor?.  Setisfactory Tserviee guaranteed. O.  Ringheim, Creston.  A congregational meeting of Christ  Church, Creston. will be held in the  Parish Hall, Thursday, April 14th, at 8  p.m. A crisis has been reached in the  history of the parish and It i������* imperative  that all who can should attend. Rev. F.  V. "-Harrison, rural dean, off Cranbrook,  is expected to be present.  The regular monthly meeting of the  Young Women's Hospital Auxiliary will  be held at the home of Miss M. S Smith  on Monday evening, 11th, at 8 o'clock*  AH the young ladies who signed ��������� as members are asked to come, and any others  who would like to join will be welcome-  Suggestions from the members of ways  of helping'the hospital will be appreciated.  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Warren and baby  daughter. Carol, of Calgary, Alberta,  were visi to s here by plane on Tuesday  afternoon, and after leaving Carol with  her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.  Archibald, the Warrens proceeded on to  Spokade, where they plan to spend a  couple of days, and. will probably make a  shori "visit here oh their Teturn. Due to  unfavorable flying conditions they were  fully an hour behind schedule, on their  arrival here.  The first of the month saw a c ange  in the business section when F. LaBelle  took over the Auditoriu n billiard parlor  from W. Tillotson, who has been operating it for the past few years, along  with a rooming liouse on the second  floor. Mr. and Mrs. Tillotson have  moved into the Nickel house on Victoria  Avenue, vacated by Mr. and Mrs.  Crosby, who have moved to the former  Lyne ranch, which they purchased  earlier in the year.  There was a fair turnout of shareholders at the annual meeting of Creston Valley Co-Operative Association on  Wednesday afternoon Jast at the United  Church hall. In the absence of President L. T. L veque, the chair was taken  by W. H. Kolthammer. Jas. Turner  and Percy Boffey are the new directors  elected, and along with F. Knott, T. R.  Mawson, L. T. Leveque, A. Glasier and  W H. Kolthammer comprise the board  of management for 1932. A resolution.  was carried changing'the head office f _e___  Erickson to Creston.  A.A.__���������__��������� __���������_.   -_._���������_..__��������� /������. __._ __���������_____.   __,__   m.   ______   ________   _l_   .������, B__.r __..__.__.-__,___,   __���������__,���������_-���������_____  r  'TOMATOES, -2*A, 7 tins...  Phone 19  CRESTON  u  Phone 52L   ;  WYNNDEL l  CASH STORE  SPECIALS  PRICES EFFECTIVE from APRIL 7th to APRIL 9th.  NESTLE^ MILK, Tails. 8  ������������������       $ .99  .99  COFFEE, fresh ground,3 lbs  .99  ,TEA, 3 lbs.  .99  SEEDS   We have a full line  of   Rennies,   Steel-Briggs  and McKenzie.s at FIVE  GENTS per pkt. and up  JAMS���������44b. Tins  STRAWBERRY, per tin   RASPBERRY, per tin   PEACH, per tin   BLACK CURRANT, tin   RED CURRANT, per tin...  PLUM, per tin...   MIXED, per tin ....  RICH,-4'lbs...   WHITE BEANS, 5 lbs.  BARLEY, 6 Ibu ...  SAGO, 3 lbs ;....   TAPIOCO, 8 lbs! ......  SALT, Iodized, 3 pkts ...  SPICES, each   COCOA  ROWANTREES, >&. tin....  , Jtfa, tin....  BULK, per lb............. .......  .55  .55  .55  .55  .55  .49  S_6  .30  .30  .40  .25  .25  .35  .09  .25  .14  .26  BACON. Side,   taking  the  piece, per lb i   BACON, Peameal, peg- lb   SAUSAGE, 3 lbs   COOKED HAM, per lb.......  .17  .24  .35  .37  CHEESE, 2 lb. pkt  .43  CHEESE, Carillon, J^lb pkt . 19  CHEESE, Mild. 2 lbs  .4$  CHEESE, Old Ontario. 2 lbs nSS  CHEESE, Limburger, lb  .55  BROOMS, 5 string..,  .39  SODAS, $1.00 bIko   .44  SODAS, Family sisso  ,J9  SODAS, Individual, 8 for 25  COOKIES, Assorted, lb...... ,25  SOUPS, 3 tins  .29  HONEY, Wi lbs  .4$  PEANUT BUTTER, ls  ,20  . 2Kb 45  ,1-wroto ,45  , Palls.. ,24  ������������  ii  BAKING POWDER  TUXEDO, 2 *A ���������.... .69  TUXEDO, l's  .14  BLUE RIBBON, 6's..       . 1.35  3'    l's, 2 for..  SOAP���������Toilet  WITCH HAZEL, 4 for   with Story Book FREE  CROWN OLIVE, 4 for   WHITE NAPTHA, 22 for..  LUX FLAKES, 4 for   SOAP FLAKES, 2 lbs   FRUIT  GRAPEFRUIT, each   LEMONS, per doz   ORANGES, doz. 40c to ,  BANANAS, 2 lba   RHUBARB. 2 lbs.,   .45  .30  .25  1.00  .45  .25  Arrmsr Gs^mmh  Mrs. Gaines is a visitor here at  present, a guest of her parents, Mr. and  Mts. I. S. Wenger.  Frank Bunce was a Creston visitor at  the first of the week, attending the April  meetitg of the Workingsnen's Club.  Strawberries have come throngh the  winter in splendid shape and with an  abundance of moisture growers are confident of a bumper crop this year.  N. P. Wilson, who" recentl/ purchased  80 acres of land adjoining the Wenger  place is busy slashing and now has about  ten acres of this work completed. Mr.  Wilson has two children of school age  and is very anxious to see a school  established at Arrow Creek.  Hitichene**  Marcel Senesael returned on  Wendes  day from Cranbrook* where he has been  visiting friends,  and was   one   of   She  guests at the Easter hospital dance.  Mrs. Cavanaugh and sons, Jack and  Dicky, returned to their home in Kimberley on Monday, after a visit with her  sister, Mrs. B. Johnson, for a week.  Miss M. Sproule, high school principal  returned   on Sunday  from Vancouver,  where she spent Easter at her   home in  that city.  Miss Clara Hunt returnee from Cranbrook last Wednesday, where she was  an Easter weekend visitor, and also attended the hospital Easter dance.  Miss Jessie White returned on Sunday  from a visit with Mrs. A. Cameron at  Erickson during Easter.  Mr. and Mrs. A. LePage and children,  Ronald and Louise, returned on Wednesday last from Cranbrook, where they  at Saturday night's Community Club  bridge was limited to four tables,, with  the high score prizes going to Mr. and"  Mrs. Chas. Huseroft. The usual delightful lunch was served, with Mr. and  Mrs.' Frank Baker in charge of the evening. "������������������' ���������.'.-:',���������  Cam-Jones Wedding      ���������  On Monday. March 28th, St. Paul's  Church, Nelson, was the scene of a  very pretty wedding, of local interest  when Miss Dorothea G. Cam, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Cam,  formerly of Sirdar, B.C., became the  bribe of  Roy  C.  Jones  of  Winnipeg,  Manj.nKa  The bride made a pleasant picture as  she entered the church on the arm of  her father. Her dress was of white silk  3ace and georgette, fashioned in long  princess lines   With this she wore also  .-.������.������_  .������___.__���������..._.-.       __4>  Easter weekend.  Mrs. E. Driffil was a weekend visitor  with friends in Creston.  Miss Beatrice Molander got back on  Sunday from Nelson where she spent  Easter with Miss K. Porter.  John Renzie spent the weekend in  Nelson on a visit with friends.  Mrs. P. Maione and granddaughter,  June, of Creston, were between-travns  visitors on Tuesdey, guests of her daughter, Mrs. D.'Westpnr������  Miss Edith Nelson was a visitor with  Yahk friends last week.  Cranbrook Sash & Door Company  mil! has closed dow������. at Hszel Creek for  the present, and operations will soon  commence at New Lake, to which point  they are taking their horses from Hazel  Creek, and part of the crew of men.  Syd Abar and Carl Anderson had charge  of transporting the horses.  A surprise party was staged on Mr. and  Mrs. Syd. Abar, Mr. and Blra. H. Bohan  and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson at  Hunt's Hall on Saturday evening, with  cards and da icing and a fine midnight  lunch. The music was furnished by Mrs.  Elmer, Blair; Chas. Harmer and Dennis  Bush.   Everybody had a nice time..  Li&tGv  .IS  .45  .SO  .28  .29  VEGETABLES  CELERY, per lb .....  LETTUCE, each..   TOMATOES, per lb....  GARLIC, por lb..   SPINACH, lb'... ...  WALNUTS, Shelled, per lb.  .40  TOBACCO  CHATEAU, Mn, tin   CHATEAU, plcts, 5 lor..  RRC\ Hn, tin .  .16  .15  ,35  .30  .16  .4.6  .26  .50  _ymam*mp*9mm������^mm*mi*m������**mW',mmMimim*^^ m*Awmfmmmi mAmwaAm+tajmmwmmwmim^  the traditional veil'.-and-'-orange' blossoms  and carried a bouquet of white carnations and calia lillies.  The bridesmaid, Miss Lillian Cam,  only sister of the bride,_Iwore a chiffon  gown of yellow and black with hat to  match aud carried a shower bouquet of  carnations. Mrs. A: Peterson acted as  motron of honor, looked lovely in a pale  green silk organdie and carried a bouquet  of pink carnations. The groom was  supported by Gordon M: Berry.  After the ceremony, which was wit*  nessed by many friends, a wedding reception was held at the home of the  bridg's mother at 407 Latimer Street.  Mr. and Mrs. Jones will remkin in  Nelson for a short while until road conditions improve after which they wiii  motor to eastern Canada to visit the  groom's parents.  Is YOUR Subscription Paid?  Birth���������On March 6th, to Mr. and Mrsfi  R. T. Millner, a daughter.  Misses Curtis and Webster got back  on Sunday from the Easter holidays at  Slocan City and Coal Creek respectively,  and school resumed operations as UBual  on Monday.  Mrs. John Bird was a visitor with  Nelson friends for a couple of days at  the end of the week, returning on  Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holaus have  vacated the former Frnmpton place and  are now living with Mr. Kanabacker  who recently purchased the Tedford  farm at Huseroft.  Word has juBt reached hero that Sam  Las_nchulc is laid tip In the hospital at  Kellogg, Idaho, with an injured hand.  On hia discharge ho expects to visit thc  rnnco at Liator for sprine worlc.  Orchardists horo aro getting ready tor  apraylng operations, which will common co ns soon as tho weather takes a  moro favorable turn.  Rev. T. Scott, Anglican rector at  Creston waa here on Sunday morning  for the usual monthly service, which waa  followed by n celebration of Holy  Communion.  MrB. Bnmford of Erlckuon was a  vii.ltor horo last wook, a huob_ of Mr.  and MrB. Bird.  Geo. Jacks has just about completed  the ntumpinK of nnothor throo acres on  tho former Harry Brown ranch.  Duo io the inclement weathor aim.  people absent on holiday tho attendance  Orchardists, Attention!  BLACK LEAF "40", 10 lbs. _$11.85  Cyaio Gas, 5 lbs      3.75  Arsenate of Lead, 4 lbs..      1.25  Soft Soap, 1 lb      .50  Grafting Wax, lb 75  Gophercide, lb   75  Bees Wax, lb          . 75  Paris Green,   lb........        .60  Creolin, "gallon ���������...     2.50  Creso Dip,  gallon ;       3.00  Cod Liver Oil, Poultry       1.85  SOFTBALL   BASKETBALL  TENNIS GOODS  ORESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE  REXALL STORE  GEO. H. _&_B____I___f  W/S*___������^fl*a   J*dh*������2 \/_rvsa#a   7VI_rvar^  r ���������  let us know  The best evidence oi our  intentions in the moving business is the service we have  rendered to tbe people of this  community for almost a quarter of a eentnry.  3  5  TT  ?7q never break promises  or furniture. We deliver the  goods efficiently and speedily.  We price our services reasonably always.  m$HP ��������� 8 Wi %amf ^BmW 11 ssssr&^m    IB     bS-  COAJL.  WOOD  E3j-  FLOUR FEED  ��������� ������������������ M ������������������������>��������� am*m*-ifW*^mmm-**-*A*minmy^ayiOraX\  Put; thc savings deposit  first on tlie budget instead  of last and all will be well.  A savings balance is a reliable friend in need. No one  ever regretted the saving  of money.  One dollar opens a savings  account at any branch of  this bank. <o<i"  HEAD OmCC TORONTO  |        Capitol nnd Rosa, ve $15,000^000 |  CRESTON        *       ���������       - J. S. W* CLOWES, Manager  Brnindl.**.!. ml NbIbwh,, .wvarnw������^ Cratra!bre.Qfe, Fere.!������ THE  tETETVXEW.   'CR^BTO^.   B.   4������  n.  ORANGE P  n\  Fresh from the Gardens  Potsdam Engineer  Constructs Queer  Boat  Craft Equipped With Powerful Motor  and Resembles Whale  Nicholas Belllix, 28-year-old engiri.-  eer of Potsdai_t..fGermany, has built  a "boat, resembling: & whale with an  aeroplane motor atop of the tail,  "which he says he believes can span  the ocean between Liverpool and TNew  York in less than three days.  The craft is equipped with a 278-  horae-power motor, which Bellin said  would give it a speed of 62 miles an  hour. After testing the boat this  spring, he said, he would attempt a  trip aro'und the world, travelling east.  He estimated It would take him 15  davs.    Tke Cult Of Bigness  -Every time ths census of population of th-s country is taken a number;  of controversies arise because some towns and cities feel they are actually [  "blgg-ecr" than the work of the census enumerators shows them to be.   The \  citizens of these places feel themselves aggrieved,- their newspapers protest; ���������r���������   and their boards of trade propose the  taking  of another-and  independent! Treatment Nowadays For Cold* More  New-Fas-iionet- Method  Vt.c_.prai ioa  or city  eeasus to establish the truth or falsity of the o_Scial figures.   All  the town or city wants to "be "big," bigger than some other town,  lt regards as a rival.  Tet bigness in population is not, in itself, necessarily a good thing. It j  Is not a mark of excellence. BigTiess is __ot greatness, although it ia too J  frequently confused as such. Bigness may, indeed, be a weakness rather:  than a source of strength. The big city is not a friendly city: it is not a ���������  cheap place in which to live, but an expensive place; its pleasures are not |  of the souL-satisfying kind, but rather tend to the superficial azid hectic; it.  has certain advantages, it is true, but they are, as a rule, out-weighed by;  many more and greater disadvantages. Nevertheless, every town and city -j  Is disappointed if each succeeding census does not reveal to itself and the  world that it is "bigger."  This desire for bigness seems to be Ingrained in our human make-up.  We want a bigger house, although the smaller one In which we live is cosy  and comfortable and fully adequate to our needs, and can be maintained at j  much less cost. We want a bigger car, although Ave really do aiot require it  and cannot well afford the extra cost to purchase and meet the heavier bEiis  for its operation and upkeep. Instead of being content with that whidft  actually satisfies our needs, we envy another solely because what he has is  ���������"bigger"' thaxrwhat we have-.  This far from sensible worship of bigness has. led many astray and who.  find themselves in acute ditSculty today because what they have is bigger  than they need and therefore ought to have. The farmer with a quarter  or half section yearns for a bigger farm and so he bought more land until  he had a. section or two sections. Today, as he sees many of his neighbors  with the smaller holdings getting along while he is in trouble, he is less sure  about the value of bigness. Today the city man with a large house and a  large car is inclined to wish both were of smaller dimensions. The owner  of these big things is eonaiag to realize that they also mean something else  on a big scale, that is, big expense, big liabilities, big debts.  A big man physically is not necessarily a strong man nor a healthy one.  It is not the biggest flowers that are the most beautiful and the most  fragrant, not the biggest apple or peach that is the juiciest or more luscious  to the taste. It is not the biggest painting that is the. most exquisite and  ���������wonderful, nor the biggest book that contains the finest poetry or most  entertaining story.     Bigness, in itself, is a delusion and a sham.  And, after all, what does mere bigness bring in its train? The bigger  a city, the bigger its problems and the bigger its costs of administration.  The bigger a man's fortune, the bigger the load of responsib'lity he has to  Lllca _a Vtu'-atlon  There's only one nice tiling about  colds: Nowadays we don't torture  ourselves with old fashioned remedies,  specifically hot foot-baths, inhalations  under a cloth and burial under a  ton of bed clothes.  We simply recline in bed, peruse  frivolous magazines, doze when we  feel like it, and have our meals  brought to us in invalid luxury.  In short, two colds a year has  come to mean two extra vacations a.  year.   It's an ill wind, etc.  Most people, however, fancy other  breathing spells.  will thrive on  Chrisfties pure  Arrowroots  for  ror tne tiniest DaDiea  for older children . .  growing boys im4 girls . . ���������  there is . nothing.. more delicious and nourishing than  Christie's Arrowroots. No  substitute  is  good  enough.  "%tW WW  carry,  bigger the happiness he enjoys. The German Kaiser wanted  a big army and a big navy, and they cost him his throne. It is the bigger  ships, the bigger hotels, the bigger office buildings, the bigger businesses  that are having the hardest struggle today because they cannot cut their  overhead expenses sufficiently to meet present conditions, while those of the  smaller class are riding through the storm of this depression.  Why do we all clamor for bigness? The vast majority of us must  always fill only a very small place in the world. Eut is it not infinitely  better bo fill that place well, to be held in esteem, and loved a bit in our  small home and home town .than to-be a cipher in a big city? Is it not in  the so-called small things of life, in the narrow confines of our own home  circle, that we find tho real joys and thc great satisfactions of life, rather '  than in those things which so frequently, but incorrectly, are termed big?  Think it out for yourself the next time you are inclined to feel discontented and envious of the other fellow who has something that, on the face  of it, appears bigger than what you have. Perhaps, if you only knew the  whole story, he would gladly exchange places with you,  ACID STOMACH  IS DANGEROUS  Sufferers From Indigestion  CUT THIS OUT  "Stomach trouble, dvspepsia. tndipea-  tlon, sourness, gas, heartburn, food fermentation, etc., are caused nine times  fr_ ten by chronic acid stomach," says  a  well known  authority. -  Burning1 hydrochloric acid develops In  the stomach at an alarming rate. The  acid irritates and inflames the delicate  stomach lining and often leads to Kas-  tritis or stomach ulcers. Don't dose an  acid stomach with pepsin or artificial  dijrestants that only give temporary relief from pain by driving the sour, ferment! ns food out of the stomach into  the intestines.  Instead, neutralize��������� or sweeten your  acid stomach after meals with a little  Bisurated Magnesia? -and not only will  the pain vanish but y<nir meals will  dig-est naturaiiy. " '.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,. 1s  not a laxative and is not at all expensive.  Create War Impression  Children In Russia Taught That Clash  With Other INa.t_.ons. Is Inevitable     j  The impression is being created in \  Russia that war with some other pow- '���������  er at some tithe is inevitable. The  children are being taught the ,  strength and resources of. "the Red  Army; and, while it is hoped that  war never will occur, if it comes the  army is ready.  The above statements were made  by Misa Jennie Lee, who 'was one of  the youngest members of the British  House of Commons before her defeat  at the last election. Miss Lee was the  luncheon speaker before the Ottawa  Canadian Club. Having visited and  toured extensively in Russia, she  chose for her subject "The _NJew Generation in Russia." The audience  which she addressed included Premier  P_. B. Bennett and W. I_. Mackenzie  King, leader of the opposition.  Adepts At Up-Reading  Workmen- In Automobile Plants Tail-  To -Bach  Other  Easily  The ease with which workmen ia  sorae departments of the jrreat automobile plants" make themselves  heard above the incessant and deafening noises of pounding presses and  ponderous hammers is always a  source of amazement to visitors. Few  of them, know it is all done by lip-  reading and by becoming accustomed  to the bedlam. After a comparatively  short time, the workmen can talk in  ordinary tones without raising their  voices and still understand each other.  DRAPERIES MADE NEW  J  Safe Hours For Motorists  The hour of the week during which  you can drive your automobile with  the least chance  of having a fatal j  accident is Tuesday between four and |  "When we   resumed   housekeeping   a  month ago I found my draperies had  becoiue creased from packing, ._. hung  them   out   on   the   line,   hoping    to  remove  the   creases.    Then  I  forgot  1 them.    The  result was  they ibecame  F.or   years   Mother  Graves'   Worm s badly faded and sun-spotted.  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable I     "I was  heartsick  until  the happy  worm    preparation    and   it    always j thought  struck  me   to  dye" them.  I  just dyed them a deeper green, and  j������s t "secI Diamond D"es they loote  gorgeous and new. I have never seen  easier dyes to use than Diamond  Dyes. They give the most beautiful  colors���������when used either for tinting  or dyeing���������and never take the-life  out of cloth as other dyes do."  Mrs. J.F.T., Montreal.  maintains its reputation.  five a.m., and the time of greatest j  risk is on Sunday afternoon, between  six and seven, according to statistical  study by an insurance  company.  Real Economy  When it was proposed recently to  construct an attractive steel bridge  over the Tigris at Mosul in Iraq,  crown agents in Europe scurried  around until they found a used one  which they said would serve the pur-  Receives Little Help  Explore Air Routes  Bulk   OI   Great  Britain's   Payments  Raised By Taxation  In a. recent issue the Saturday  Evening Post made the assertion that  ���������"So far Great Britain's payments  to America have been met by collections from other nations. They have -next summer,  not come out of taxation levied at ( Leningrad,  home."  That statement is at variance with  the facts. Only a few days ago Premier Ramsay MacDonald stated that  Great Britain's total payments to tho  Unite Q States havo amounted to  ������326,300,000, and that Britain's total  receipts from debts and reparations  have como to ������l������2,d-tt5,000. There Is  thus a gap of somo ������134,000,000 which  has had to be filled from the pockets  of tho British taxpayers,���������Halifax  Humid,  Russian    Polar    Exhibition    Seeking  New Points To North America  A Russian Polar Expedition, seeking a new atr route from Russia to  North America, wiil be sent out on  the    famed    Ice-breaker     VKrassin"  it was   announced at  The icebreaker, which participated  In the dirigible "Italia" rescue, will  carry two airplanes when it starts  northward in an effort to penetrate  the Arctic Ice fields beyond tho 85th  parallel,  From the point which the icebreaker is able to reach, the airplanes will be sent out to explore  possible atr routes across tho Polar  wastes to North America, The expedition is, scheduled to remain In  tlie Polar ice nil next winter.  .  With so thorough a preparation at  hand as Miller's Worm Powders the  mother who allows her children to  suffer from the ravages of worms 3s  unwise and culpably careless. A child  subjected to the" attacks of worms is  always unhealthy, and will be stunted  in its growth. It is a merciful act to  rid it of these destructive .parasites,  especially when it can be done without difficulty,  pose.  Palestine's biennial Levant fair 'wffl  be held in Tev-Aviv in April.  Wh  *. _r  tgjj   You  It took 17 men and a steam crane  bo put one article of luggage on an  Interstate steamer at Freeman tie.  It was a trunk,  There was an elephant attached to  lt.  **Mmm*mmy*ymmK9}i*m*>  PalpBfatEon of the  Heart  C?ould Hjurcilnf ���������ai������t JG|jrcJBJi_ic������  Mra. OlmrloB Storms, Il.R G, Viaton, Ont.,  writes:���������"I was troubled with palpitation of tho  heart; couldn't nlcop, day or night, and wa__ oo  wo������k I could Wdly get around.  After taking Milbum'n Heart and Nerve PHte  I whs greatly relic.ved of these nttaaka.  My mother also hns great faith in thorn and  m 9      ���������,. Anam no other madfaino can help hor bo much fof  gPrico 50c a box   hmti trmMa'  I caniftam.ro you that M-lbum's Hoart anil  Norvo Vim nre a wondorful Imildcr."  Tho Terror Of Asthma comes like a  thief in the night with its dreadful  throttling, robbing its victim of  breath. It seems beyond the power  of human aid to roliovo until one trial  is made of that teiaarkable preparation, Dr. J, D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. Then relief comos with a  rush. Life becomes worth living, and,  If the remedy bo used persistently,  the disease is put permanently to  rout.   Tako no substitute.  In New York, beauticians" chargo  from $1,000 to $1,6.00 for .face-lifting  .���������and report no depression in their  trade.  An ofUcacLous household remedy���������  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment. Brings  Immediate relief to lame back and  muHotilar rheumatism, Also rollo von  Inflammation, butrw, soren, corns and  warts,  Fatigue is the signal to rest. Obey  It if you can. When you can't, keep  cool and carry-on In comfort.  Aspirin was meant for just such  times, for it insures your comfort.  Freedom from those paina that nag  at nerves and wear you down. Ono  ���������tablet will block that threatening  headache while it is still just a  threat. Take two or three tablets  when, you've caught a cold, aad  that's usually tho end of it.  Carry Aspirin tablets when you  travcl. Have some at homo and  keep somo at tho offices. Like ah"  efficient secretary, they will often  "save tho cloy" and spare you many  uncomfortable, unproducuvehours,  ABpirln is harmless, so keep it  handy, keep it in mind, and use ita  No man of nffairs *can afford to  ignore the score and moro of uses  explained in the proven directions.  From n grumbling tooth to those  rheumatic paina 'which &eem almost  to Lend the bones, Aspirin tablets  are ready with quick relief���������and  always work, Neuralgia, Neuritis.  Artff nagging, ncodlcas pain.  "Acid mouth" Is found  alont among    portions   of  natures than  among  personal 1 ties.  losa prov-  . excitable  thoao of calm  W.   N,   U.    1030  f-fr*.1 ibri^i81 "i i* f��������������� lT_ri_i _ ;1~ ������* J._s������d? I" mil'. Its i_ ���������!* if Jf ������"JiilTi*B������'ii*i'_il*f_  Get tho genuine tahlels, stamped  with thc Bayer cross. They nro ol  perfect, purity, absolute 'uniformity,  and have the same action every time.  Why experiment with imltationn  coating n few cents less? The saving  is too little. Thoro is too much at  ntalco. But there is economy in tlio  purtih-iue of genuine Anpir.ii. tubleti  in the large bottles.  <Mado In Canada) TTv'StSP  Ln  the Birrasnf^  Jm\*aWQ  MANITOBA Will  OFFERAlE  BONBliUlSOON  "?'��������� '���������''. xs/-y .' ^-'-'yi:y;>'';t-:,  \������v %'i^r���������/Vi-itvV: i.H'l'///: >���������'''���������'  Winnipeg-," Maa^-^__:s''sbonj/'as' the  bin now being rushed through the  Manitoba legislatures-Is passed, the  province of Manitoba -will offer a $5,-  000,000 bond issue. lit is expected the  issue will be sold in Canada and will  be payable Tin Canadian funds.  The legislature suspended the rules  to give first reading to the bill when  It was introduced without notice by  Premier John BradcenY "Wednesday.  March 30. Vigorous objection was  voiced by the. Labor members of the  House to the proposed loan, and this  group blocked second reading of the  bill by refusing the necessary unanimous consent to a further suspension  of the rules.  The money to be raised will be  used, to pay ���������off debts created for such  public services- as unemployment relief, trans-Canada Highway and the  new tuberculosis saaatorlum, ' Premier Brackenstated. Maturities to be  met are: $1,000,<)00 due in New York,  April 15; $1,627,000 due in New York,  May 1: ������320,000 due in Winnipeg,  May 15, and ���������-$��������� 1,900,000 in treasury  bills Issued to meet advances by the  banks to the provincial savings office.  During the summer the government  ���������will have to meet the. bond debt of  the Farm Loans Association amounting to $500,000, Mr. Bracken said.  Apart from this there would be no  other obligation of consequence until  -December when ah issue of $6,000,000  fell due. He said if the province can  get immediate maturities cleared up  in a few weeks the way will be paved  for talcing care o-f the December Issue.  John Queen, Labor leader, and  William Iveris, another laborite, con-  leaded another bond issue was only  adding to ths financial difiicultv and  piling up interest obligations.. Instead  the government should make a "courageous attempt to change ,the monetary system."  TS_e choice lay between the province defaulting or paying its debts,  said, the Premier. Later members"  were not dealing with realities. The  House had no intention of changing  the monetary system and the government had no intention of defaulting.  Air Service For Alberta  Express 'Plane Will Operate Between  Calgary and Edmonton  Regina, Sask.���������Commencing May 1,  a passenger and express ��������� service by  aeroplane will be operated between  Calgary and Edmonton by the Canadian Airways Company, western di-  . vision.  Announcements to this effect was  made at Moose Jaw by Captain Roy  Brown, superintendent of the western  section. No such service has been  planned for the rest of the prairies  over which the g-overnment air mail  service ceased March 31.  Two Fokker F-14 'planes, capable  of carrying eight passengers each,  will be operated with Pilots Jarvis  and Ashton in charge.  The Calgary-Edmonton service is  being undertaken in order to-provide  transportation to the Great Bear district in northern Alberta.  Large Order For Tea  Russia Arranges. Year's Credit Basis  WIKIi India Planters  Colombo.���������Soviet Russia had placed  an order with India tea planters for  5,000,000 pounds of Indian and Ceylon tea. The transaction Is said to be  on a year's credit basis, at 0 per cent,  interest, Russia having the privilege  of taking the ten as and when it  wishes at the prevailing market price.  ,RH30ia ia thc greatest conaumcr of  torn _n the worl.1, but produces only a  fraction of hor needs.  Reduction   Is Announced-  In Trans*  Atlantic Accommodation  London, England.���������-Trans-Atlantic  passenger rates have been slashed 15  per cent, or more by a group of.- Grea-t  Britain's largest marine companies,  the White Star and Cunard Line,  while most of the shipping: firms of  Europe, Canada and the "United. States  were conferring on rate cut projects  in Brussels.  The White Star was the first to announce a slash. All classes of accommodation bin its liners will be affected by the cut which in general  eliminates the 15 per cent, surcharge  imposed when Great Britain suspended the gold standard.  Within a few hours officials of the  Cunard, Anchor and Anchor-Donaldson lines announced fares would be  reduced between Europe and Canada.  First class, cabin class and tourist  class minimum rates will be slashed  20  per cent.  INTRODUCES BILL  Regiment  Publishes  War History  Official History OI 44tt_ Battalion Is  Vivid Story Of '���������'Six Thousand  .Canadian  MaJ"' '^-y  Winnipeg, Man.���������On April Sth  (Vimy Night) when the members of  the Forty-Fourth Battalion. Association fore-gather for their annual reunion in Winnipeg, the official history  of the unit will be distributed.  The writing of an official history of  the experiences of :a Canadian battalion in the Great War is a vast project. For more than three years committees have labored devotedly in the  collection of facts, photos and finances to produce a history worthy of  the 44tfj Battalion's war record. The  completed work is now available for  44th men, their next of-kin, and the  general public.  Entitled "Six Thousand Canadian  Men" and dedicated    to    the   twelve  Sir    William    Davison,    prominent  member of the British House of Com-  and   third  class  ocean  3nonsr who  has  again  introduced   a  hundred comrades "who went up the  rates reduced 10 per cent, by all three  Bil1 in   *ko   Mother   Parliament   to  line with us, and did not eewne back/'  lines. -.    ~ ; legalize lotteries. His effort last year  the 44th history is a book of some 400  The White Star announcement said to-get lotteries approved for hospitals pages.    It outlines the experience of  that the usual increases in fare just failed.  before the    summer   tourist    season  opens will not be put into effect this  year.  Opposes Frison term Cuts  Criticizes Pension System  these men who, tacMing a new job,  mastered the hard lessons of the grim  school of war and built up a. unit,  rated by no less an authority than  'one of the best in  I Baron Byng as  ] Sir Arthur Cu?rl~ Says Matter Still   the Canadian Corps." j  In Unsatisfactory State \    Checking the historical accuracy of ; emptions under the proposed provin-  NO LOSS FROM  POOL  GUARANTEES  Edmonton^^^ Adberta.���������All danger of  losis to tiie^ 'province over ��������� its wheat  pool guarantees totalling. $5,536,707  will be removed in three or four  years, providing" operations of tbe  pool continue as successful as during-  the present crop season, said Premier  J. _E. Brownlee in the Alberta legislature.  Referring to operations on the open  market this year, the premier &a d  Alberta wheat pool marketings have  now passed the 35,000,000 bushel  mark and the record handlings in  history of the Alberta Co-Open  was 37,000,000 bushels.  After some criticism had been expressed by D_ M. Duggan, Conservative leader .and W_ R. Howson, Lib"  I eral, Edmonton, to which the premier  replied, the "bills validating agreements, between Alberta and the banks  and the wheat pool concerning the  guarantees were given second, reading.  The bills ratify settlements authorized  at the last session.  to   raise   the  *������:__-  jJiia. C&������JIV<I3  Winnipeg, Man.���������"It is a matter of   the factual matter, Col. Buguid of the  B.C. Attorney-General  Says Besper-  great  concern  to  all of us that, 14   Records Office,    Ottawa,   pronounced  adoes Should Serve Full Time years   alter   the   termination   of  the   the work "a good history, vivid and  Victoria,   B.C".���������Strong    condemna-  war, the majtter of pensions is still in   interesting throughout."  tion of the practice of federal author-   an unsatisfactory  state,"  writes  Sir { - ���������  ities    releasing     from     penitentiary Arthur Currie,    commander    of    the'  convicted desperadoes before the ex  piration of their terms, without reference to the province in which prisoners were committed to prison, was  voiced by R. H. Pooley, Attorney-  General, in the British Columbia leg- , day> March 30.  isiature. . !      'lile Principal  Referring to recent crimes of Wil  Canadian corps during the war, in his  message to the annual convention of  the Manitoba command, Canadian Legion of the British Empire Service  League, which opened here Wednes-  Committed For Trial  Veregin,   Who   Faces   Four   Charges,  I Released On Ball  1     Yorkton, Sask.���������Peter Veregin was  j committed for trial on three charges  adjustment   neces-   of perjury  and released on bail,  set  sary lies in the relationship between   a* $12,000, when he appeared in court |  cial income tax were defeated during  committee, and the exemptions will  stam. at $750 for single persons and  1,500 for married persons.  Tells Of Plots  liam Bagley   bank    robber,    gunman ttie   appeal   board  and   the   pensions ^ere before Magistrate A. McDonald,  and fugitive' from justice, Mr. Pooley tribunals," Sir Arthur writes. By this Wbe������i the   Doukhobox    Jead^   ������p-  said that of five men convicted and time there ought to be general agree- pears m court  of king's  bench here  released  after serving part  of their merit on the interpretation of the law, i* ^&y ^ will have to answer four  sentences for the robberv of a ban* and a method must be found whereby charges, three of perjury and one of  in Nanaimo  several years  ag.o,  one the correct interpretation of the law tampering with witnesses.  had  since   been  hanged,   two   others can ** made by all bodies whose re- The perjury charges are alleged to  were __ow iu police toils in the unTieor   ^Uii,-.���������  s^iv.____-_ *____*.jr  it  to _a,ake  ciecisions.  Have   ueeu  v eregiu  States and Bagley was now a .fugitive The pesent weakness, is something, was giving evidence at the prelimin-  from justice after the Harrison Hot which only the government of this ary bearing of George CfautskoiL who  Springs hotel robbery last year and   country can.remove. If the suggestion   was charged by the Doukhobor lead  the Okalla jail break in January^  Widen Bea uBarnois Inquiry  made by "the veterans' organization is  jnot workable, then, the government  [must find something that is."  Scope Of Investigation May Be .Governed By Necessity  Ottawa, Ont.���������-"If    the    committee  reports it necessary to a^complete inquiry as to any senators affected, or in  ���������jiistice to any public man whose hon-  New C.N.R. Director  er with having- committed perjury in  the Yorkton Court House last novem-  ber.  Cattle Breeders'" Association  Calgary,   Alta.���������James  Turner,   of  Carroll,  Man.,  was elected president  Winnipeg  of    the    Canadian    Aberdeen-Angus  Breeders' Association in annual convention here. He succeeded W. F.  Warren   of    Belbeck,    Sasji.    J.    A.  South Afstcan ii__tirtiinjiinil.e''  Johannesburg, ^ Uakm of South  Africa.���������One of tho: most severe  eartbshoc__a ever recorded here set  tho buildings utremblo'in tho centre  of the city today and caused a' heavy  rook slip Jn the shaft of thei Robinson deep mine. One of the ..el-sino-  graplin at the <obaorvatory was put  out of action.'There wore no casual-  thm hem. ���������'  4*Aamm*m*m*m1*mm*mmm n. mm ww. mwumIii .n n*mmm,*m *mm****0amWmmm**mmmmttum*t4Vi\ti m\*mmmmmmamm������mmam*am**i*mm  W.    -W.   \l.     1030*���������       ~"  William    J.    Christie    Of  Receives Appointment ..  Ottawa, Ont.���������R. J. Manion, Minister of Railways and Canals, has an-  or is impugned in the course of the nounced the appointment of William  evidence," the scope of the investigra- J. Christie, of Winnipeg, as a direction committee -on Beauharnois will tor of the Canadian National Rail-  be widened. This was the reply given ways. Mr. Christie is one of the most , _ ., ,, ,������������������,-_  by Senator Arthur Meighen, govern-! prominent business men in Winnipeg. ^er> B"r"t ' ^LT". ^ ^ ������'  ment leader in the Upper House, to a He is head of W. J. Christie, and a Dendron Sask.; f. Henderson La-  question asked by Senator Hardy.       j director of many other companies.        combe,   Alta.,   ana  it. u.  isucnanan,  The necessity for   broadening   the |     Mr. Christie goes on the board of  committee's powers in order to hear   the Canadian National   Railways   in  Cr_ Howard Ferguson, Canadian High   place of S. E. Richards, who was re-  Commissioner, was suggested by Sen-, cently elevated to the bench.  afcor Hardy.  Anti-Soviet  Conspiracies  Outside  ������3  Russian Border  Moscow*-, Russia.���������Moscow, newspapers gave prominent place to a despatch from Paris to the Tass News  agency, quoting the Communist newspaper 'THumanite" as saying far-  nung- activities by Russian "'white  guards" were underway throughout  Europe, Including plots against the  life of Joseph Stalin and other anti-  Soviet conspiracies outside the -Russian border.  Among the latter, the despatches  said, was a proposal to assassinate  Maxim' Gorki, Russian author, iss  Italy, and Ma_-in_. Litvinofl-, Soviet  foreign commissar, in Germany."  Pioneer Slieepman Dies  E. Marker Came To Alberta Thirty-  Three Years Ago  Lethbridge,  Alta.���������Ephraim  Hark-  er, 78, one of Western Canada's  earliest sheepmen, died at his home  in Cardston, March 29. He arrived in  Brown, of Forrest, Ont., was chosen j Cardston in 1889 from Utah,  vice-president.    Directors elected in- [     He was associated in sheep ranch-  eluded  John Brown  and  T. A.  wards, both of   Watford,    Ont.;  Pincher Creek, Alta.  Ed-  H.  I ing with his brother, Levi Harker of ->.  Mag rath, one of the organizers of the  Canadian Co-Operative   Wool   Growers' Association.  'Plane Crashes In Desert  Claims Small Islands  Manila.���������Claim to 16 small islands  in the Sea of Sulu near British North  Borneo has been filed with the British  and United    States governments,    it  Ottawa,   Ontario.���������Word   received  Was revealed, by the Princess I>ay-  No Australian Butter  Bagdad, Irak,���������Three passengers in  by Robert Weir, Minister of Agricul-  ang, sister of the Sultan of Sulu.  a French airpla_ne flying from Damas-   ture, from Australia, gave the assur- i    cus to Bagdad were reported to have  ance that no butter from that country U.S. Postage Raised  bee&' killed when the 'plane crashed would-be shipped to Canada at pres-| Washington, D.C.���������The first class  In tlie desert. One of them was said eht. A report had been in circulation postage rate has been increased from  to be Colonel De Reynler, .of Switzcr- that a large consignment of, butter two to three cents for a period of two  land, head of the League of Nations \ was to leave Australia for Canada years by the United States House of  Commission appointed to adjust the and this had caused considerable anx- Representatives. The Increase is ex-  Irak-Syrian frontier. j iety among tlie dairy interests, '  pected to yield $185,000,000,  NEW GOVJiltNOll OF BENGAL LEAVES LONDON TO EMBARK FOR INDIA  Sees tlie Bright Side  New York. ��������� Rather optimistic  about the way the world is wagging;  particularly that part of it which tha  British occupy, Sir Campbell Stuart;  a director of "The Times," of London,  England, arrived here from Canada  to pass a few days ln the United  States before sailing homeward. A  native of the Dominion, Sir Campbell,  In the last year of the Great War,  was deputy director of British propaganda in enemy countries under thy  late Lord Northcliffe.  ft:-  Damage From Icebergs  Washington, D.C.���������The Arctic.  which last year failed to send icebergs south into the International  steamer lanes for the first time in  memory, this year Is pushing th������  menacing ico south earlier than  usual. The coastguard has ordered resumption of the international lea  patrol.  Tha php'togi-apli abbvo wins taken when Sir John Anderson (contro), left London en route to India where he  will take oyer Uio oftlcof. of Gtovoniai. of/Bengal. On tho extremo left of the picture In Lord Tronchard, Hoad of tho  Metropolitan Police Force, while next to him ls Sir S-tmuol Hoare, Secretary ol! State for India. Becond from tho  ritfht ls Sir Herbert: Sii-rui*'!, Horn. Secretary  Jiaea Not Admire Coinage  Vancouver,   B.C.���������Compared   with  an ancient Greek coin the Canadian  nickel waa "infernally" ugly. Arthur  Limner, 'A.R.CUL, Toronto, said  r__tr  dressing tho Women's Canadian Club.  Plan* fte#_MTi Flight;  London, Eng.���������J. A. Molllnon, who  flow bo Cape Town, South Africa, in  record time, Is understood to be planning a record-breaking roturn filght.  Oi! 15,000 women 'nnd glrlH rnporfc-  tcd "mlftHlng" in -England lust yoar,  lofls than J.ftOO remained unfound few  more than two worlc*-. THE  GRESTON REVIEW  I 1  and  Personal  1     AUTO    FOB     SALE���������1929    Tudor!    FOR  Ford sedan, fine shape. $350.  Review Office.  Birth���������On March 18th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Farold Davis, a son.  BOARD AND ROON* ��������� $7.00 a week.  Apply to Mrs. Elva McDonald, CreFton.  Creston Board of Trade meets in  April session at tbe town hall on Tuesday evening.  !l_A.TCHING EGGS���������Purebred White  Leghorn hatching eggs. Now is the  time to place that order. V. Mawson,  Creston.  !    F-rm    aAT.in__yansan    Strawberrs  ;   larger   _  reduced prices.   J.W.Robinson, Creston.  _u-_j ���������    _v_.    __.xa.__x_���������vhuo-u.     ouawuv-ijr .     Uiider  tbe   proposed ��������� provlneial  Enquire j Plants, $2 for 600;   larger quantities at | distribution of electoral districts ������t  Grand Onf  Theatre Oestij  J. lie  j_ _.n-iii-v_>-icia_.it-- vuxiy i<  __11  *._"*- I _ -   1V.I   i  1_7������_ _. !_-/___  jl ovncu  with  human  action and  human interest, featuring  RICHARD ARLEN  PEGGY SHANNON  JACK OAKIE  m  otiohdo  wn"  Here's what all the yelling's  about! The first authentic film  romance-drama of football life.  As real as the referee's whistle-  Mrs R. F. Lidgate of Calpary, Alta.,  ishere on a visit with her mother, Mrs.  A.   McKeivey.  COW FOR SALE���������Good, young milch  cow, Jersey, reasonably priced. Bert  Boffey, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Milch cow^ six years old;  will trade for > hay. Syd. Abar,  Kitchener, B.C.  FOR SALE���������Milch cow. will freshen  in July. Also eight months' old heifer.  John Bedry, Canyon.  Mrs. W. Belanger of Jaffray was a  visitor this week with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Geo. Johnson.  The village council has it* April meeting on Monday night at which the date  for clean up day will be settled.  FOR RENT���������Hausev with water, and  acre of land, $8 month. Also some hay  for sale.    E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Miss H. Meldrum returned on Sunday  from Cranbrook where she had been  visiting friends a couple of days.  Creston Valley Stockbreeders Associ-  annual meeting will be held Saturday  afternoon at the King George Hotel.  FOR RENT���������4-room cottage below  track. Also two small cottages above  track.    Apply W- K. Brown, Creston.  Miss Nancy McCrindle of Cranbrook  was a Creston vssitor at the weekend, a  guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S.   McCreath.  Mrs. C. F. Armstrong got back at the  end of the week from a short visit with  her sister, Miss Elsie Davies, at Fernie.  *  >  *  f  _  h-A._a> ��������� .ft ._���������������_*,. m%\.  ���������A*AiA_iA_,.fliu ______*_j__k<fcA.������fcA-fc_<fc_������i^__fc_fc__B>____^_fc____fc������i  ���������AAa_U_a_k_____AiA  in  the  MOST  of the  BEST  for the  LEAST  Greston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  Mr. and Mrs. __���������'. C. McFarland, Mr. ���������  Garfield arid Miss Dorothy Mai-shall  were Bonners Ferry visitors on Wednesday. .'       '.:::.;'���������.'. y\: ;.-���������.-   '.  Mrs.iE. Winehcombe left at the end  of the week for TTTrail where she ������s a  visitor with Mrs. Howard Allah this  week.  FOR SALE���������3 self-oiling snatch blocks  and 75 feet 5-8 wire cable, all suitable for  stumping, $25 for the lot. A.R.Bernard,  Camp Lister.  There were no cases tried in Creston  police court in March���������the first month  in the pa<-t three years that business has  been so quiet.  wr a. m..raamr\m^.        __ ���������  _ _.-* .   _> ...������������������  w������.iN ___-__���������������oapame gin aeaires  position. Highly recommended for  housework or mother's helper. Enquire  Review Office  Miss Mabel and May Dishman of  Victoria arrived at the end of the week  on a visit with their brothers Virgil and  Roy Dishman.  $55,000 has been allocated for road  maintenance in the Creston constituency  for 1982-33- This if abou. $10,000 less  than a year ago.  SEED POTATOES-For sale, five  different varieties hand selected. Seed  Potatoes, about 200 sacks. Gustav  Steiner, Wynndel.  STRAWBERRYPLANTS FOR SALE  ���������Parson's Beauty, dug. $4 per 1000; or  dig them yourself $1.50 per 1000. T.  Hetner, Wynndel.  March, revenues at Creston office of  the provincial polic were down to $363  last month, and of this $140 was for  motor license plates.  The weather during the past week was  for the most part bleary with considerable rain. Sunshine is still conspicuous  by its almost entire absence.  For March there were recorded at  Creston eight births, two deaths and  two marriage licenses were issued. Of  the newcomers five were boys.  An open meeting of Creston Working-  men's Club will be held on Wednesday  afternoon, April 20th, at 2.30 o'clock.  All unemployed men are invited.  FOR SALE���������Black mare, 6 years old,  weighs 1200 lbs., and bay gelding. 1400  re-  now  seems certain the Creston constituency  will be wiped out and merged into the  Nelson riding.  BRID&E, TO-NIGHT���������At Erickson  schoolhouse under the auspices of  Erickson Christ Church Ladies' Guild.  with cards at 8 p.m., April 8th.  Admission 26 cents.  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Conneli and c_-_KI-  ren, who arrived from Chinook, Alberta,  last week, have secured Mrs. Manuel's  residence on Barton Avenue, and are  taking possession this week.  Due to the poor shape of the highways  the Kimberley   high school girls were  forced to cancel their visit to Creston for  w..e  return   basketball   game   at    park  pavilion last Thursday evetriig.  FOR SALE���������BiackCurrants $2 dozen,  or $10 per 100. Asparagus. Mary Washington, 50c, dozen, or $3 per 100. Also  Pansies in bloom, Flowering Plants. H.  F. Robson, Wynndel.  MADAME ABIGAL, Palmist and  Solar Biologist, can be consulted at the  F^l if rn ������af������. Creston, Saturday, April  9th, 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p*m.  Short reading of palm or brief horoscope  25 cents.   Bring date of birth.  Miss E. Carr, who has heen acting  matron at Creston Valley public hospital  jor the past three weeks, was compelled  to return to Cranbrook at the first of the  week end yesterday underwent an operation for appendicitis. In her absence  Miss Margaret Stewart of Cranbrook  ism charge.  r_WPIQT  ���������=������_='b   a_iia^������?   EL  CRESTON  r^uiiDr^Lj  i���������������fl������  Never have we been so well  preparen to look after your  spring needs, and never have  our prices been so low.  See us for Sweat Pads,  Halters,, Harness Repairs'  Harness Oils, Rope, Cham, oi  any of the hundred and one  articles you are apt to need at  this season.  .mm  &UN&AY, AJ^RIm. SO  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  . We /want your business In  these lines and if price and  quality enter into the consideration we will get it.  We have a  PAINT FOR EVERY  PURPOSE  GO." m *  _ * Sinclair  Greston Hardware  Canyon St. East  A -__.  X_.1_>U  O,.*-*-    __*__3   fa^lA   r1^.  _>._>, *t.m.*\ ,A.A.  -_-,._. _A_A  m.A.A.A. A.m   __,. __���������__. ________.���������_,___.__���������_.. _.   ^. | ffi[^  _^������!i33HRH������_-_  .32.;  CB&VH__lgs������  S_Sffi!  _rtj 1 1 _____!<  T  potatoes.   Emil Johnson, Creston.  CAR FOR SALE���������Ford coupe, 1930  model, tires in good shape, also new  light delivery box. . Price right. Creston Valley Barber Shop. Creston.  Fred Baker of Canal Flats has taken  over the Creston cafe on Fourth Street,  which has been in charge of Mrs.  Beninger.for the past couple of years.  Mrs. W. Anderson and two children  arrived from. Pentieton at the first of the  week to join Mr. Anderson who is  manager of the Cranna jewelery  store.  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, 4 months  old, $6 each. Also white table potatoes  $1 per 100 lbs. delivered in town. R.  Stewart & Son,  (Alice Siding), Creston.  Rev. W. J. Crick, Angli an rector at  Fairview, Nelson, was a Tuesday visitor  with Rev. T. Scott at Christ Church  rectory. He was returning from  Kimberlay.  W. Vance of NelBon was a business  visitor the fore part of the week,  \ttending a meeting of the directors of  Creston Co-Operative fruit Exchange on  Wednesday.  Mensinger Motors, the new and fully  modern garage, tea room, etc., at the  Blaine corner at Erickson will open for  business on Monday, and E. S. Mensinger, the proprietor, invites all motorists  to give the establishment the once over,  ALWAYS GOOD!  That's  the reputation our Meats have established and we guard that reputation zealously.  ^"^*"^-jM*~*^ "��������� " ��������� - ir r j- J" jr j j tf   _>j������jj r_T-ff-rr_rrr  g-   <-   ir  ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������'   -    -   --    -^ ���������   ���������  Fresh Killed CHICKE_S[, per lb... 18c.  Standard Sausage, 2 lbs........ ..���������....���������. 25o-  Fork and i5eef MAMBUBGEK, 2 lbs .     26c.  Breakfast BACON, by the slab, per lb���������...  18c.  Local Fresh Killed BEEF, VEAL, PORK and LAMB  Fresh SALMON, HALIBUT, COD  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  ���������*?������������������*���������  PHONE 2  ip i ,.yif'yif.f.^.rT.y.y.>.>,rfi,f,rti y.y.  J  $imi^**%m!im$msmmmmmsmmm$  ������!B������������;Y:^ttfl!H^Y^'aU>P=-7  SPECIAL SALE  The Prints that are color-fast.  Printed on good, hard wearing  material, in new coloring and  patterns,   at the popular price  yard  Stockbreeders' Association  The annual Meeting of Creston  Valley   Stockbreeders' Association will be held at the  King George Hotel  .   CRESTON  I  at  CDgTCTHM IMIiri  BEfcsw  B   lbs? B ^3   BwBBUi-31  COMPANY,  i  r.  -t  &\%amz :z.mM*m:.; ::.iammzi:z.a*mmtz\ ZmmmXi tit-A-^;!.^^ ifflMtfM-Xi a*  CANTI  ���������    ***** m*������  Haw    I     maam a  AH  at 2.30 p.m.  BUSINESS;  Financial Statement  Election of Directors  General Business  Stockrnon interested  urged to attend.  Sounds unlikely, doesn't it? But  you  will   surely  be  captivated  with what we are showing this  season at those prices,  LADIES9 PATENT STRAPS  $2*93 and $3.30  LADIES' CALF TIES. $3.30  MEN'S CALF OXFORDS  ' $3.30  Children** JACK AND JILL Guat^.tccd Shoes  are  GEO, NICKEL,  Secretary.  m*i:^v*ma*������:yx.<*m**i:nikmm^


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