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'��������� -��������� >'. ,���������!���������'��������� -.-_���������.'���������;' '*  .-.,,.���������.,���������.;... ���������-_.AV.iji.  >   a.ni fl  V5*  a-t^ti  Vol. XXIV  CRESTON, B. C, FKIX)AY. JANUARY 26,  tact a  1 u������*  No. 44  r ar mere Institute  seuao AAA  tcfaery  *^-\i_  \-������-  bjeet of Hatchery is to Take  Care of Replacements���������will  Have Use of McAlpisse Plant  ���������-GapacHty o������ SOOO Eggs7  i^UfuiCUS^SS  In keeping with the.much-expressed  demand among local poultry-men for a  community hatchery that would be able  to utilize their good breeding stock, it is  interesting to learn thut toe Fai-jaers'  Institute has recently completed a preliminary survey of the flocks and are  now arranging to operate a hatchery for  the coming season.  Bl*U������x      >vt^?3.-<.   mt   :  *U*.      \.m+mZ.*.mm.    im     im     ������U������  A(*cr    uujo.1. va     vug    un������vuci jr    jo, ������jj   ������o>.  -first place, to take care of the replacement needs and, secondly, by promoting  a sound breeding jSqlky to establieh high  production nocKs in the four leading  commercial breeds. Eventually, it is  hoped, the hatchery wil! be in a position  to supply the outside market with standard quality chicks.  Hard times and low-price competition  from large, commercial hatcheries has  had a disastrous effect on the smaU.but  genuine, breeder. Unable to meet their.  prices with his high class stock he has  been forced out of the business. The Ing  stltute plans to meet this competition,  and will install mammoth incubators if  the deal is successful this year.  For the local pcuaifyia������i. there are  many advantages in securing chicks at  home. He knows the quality cf the stock  they come from; he-asvesexpress charges  and the mortality omuns tae chicks is  very much lower, which aftea. i"&aj*^ all  the difference between profit ancTjoss.  Those who last year wnt'biit?*fbr cbicBE?  and were Unfortunate enough not to get  esther chick ���������> or even their money returned would be protected from losses of this  nature.. ��������� 77     :';;V '���������-���������   .7 :'"-���������'���������.-V.?7*V'-v..-'.  The Institute is fortunate in having an  experienced pouHryman, Puch as W. S.  MeAbpIna, in-charge^thee&ld w^  B-tofBl**!*^^  ted^-sssd *-s3^*a_*is;7s^J^li*&^7-������!^"HSf������fl="  Breeding males areaiao4*������x order,and will  be loaned where 7*re%ih-ed. The^fctBcide  Islands,White Leghorns and Wyandottes  are ver^ well represented, but the number of Barred Rocks is small.  Is commencing operations the hatchery  will have a capacity of over 8000 eggs,  Tjyla-'   *M" m*AmTi&AA wimimimmm'   j������a������.*M^r<t.*yl., turned  over, bis plant to aid the project.  party of friends at bridge on Saturday  evehing. Sits, tables were in play and the  prize scores were made oy Mrs. C.  Ogilvie and Mr. Lachat, consolation  prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. D. Butterfield. After cards a delightfvl lunch was  served.' ���������������������������.?.  The K.K. Klub meeting on Wednesday last was one of the best.   A large  Ciuwu new uui. ami tuc Spaaaa. Ot   ai������c������SDii-  itrj" was abroad. Prizes for the monthly  bridge tournament were awarded to  Miss F. Wood arm la. Senedecci. who  made the high scores, and- Mrs. W. J.  Cooper and C Carlson who captured  consolation honors. An., appreciated  feature of the evening was a basketball  gamebetween'Sirdar and Wyhhdei boys-  teams, Sirdar winning 24-12. .  SmB&aWw&bj  Birth���������On? January 23rd, to Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Yerbury, a son.  Sam TLazachuk has returned to  Kellogg, Idaho, after a brief visit with  his daughter, Mrs. Hans Lindhorst.  Karry Keime was a business visitor at  Yahfc st the first of the week, making  delivery of a truckload of baled alfalfa.  "Lister was unusually well represented  at the showing of "Cavalcade" at the  Grand both Friday and Saturday nights.  The Community Society fortnightly  bridge takes place at the schoolhouse on  Saturday ight, with an admission of 15  and 10 cents.  J. H SmiUie of Nelson, a special investigator for the provincial government  in eonnectioiia with unemployment relief,  -was here on an official visit at the end of  the week.  "Gordon -Hurry, who is operating a trap  line m the vicinity of the Reclamation  farm was henae at the weekend. Due so  inuch -w-������ter on the flats his catch of fur  has been very" light so far.  The local? demand for baled alfalfa  continues quite steady and the 1938 crop  is beine marketed to pretty good advan-  Auxiliary May  Buy Sterilizer  Will Decide Matter February  Meeting���������Putting on Bridge in  March��������� Engage Church HaSi  for Year's Monthly Meetings  Creston Hospital Women's Auxiliary  had the regular, January meeting in  Trinity United Church Hall on Tbursr  day. last, with the preofdest. Mrs. R.  Stevens, in the chair.' 28 members were  present. 7  Mr?. H. W. McLaren reported for the  visiting committee, and Mrs. Chas.  Murrell for the buying committee, after  which Mrs, Stevens, the auxiliary representative on the hospital board, spoke  of the progress, made at the new hospital, and urges members to attend the  annual meeting of the hospital associationon January 30th  Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. W. MA Arcbi  bald Awere appointed the visiting committee for Februin-y. It was decided to  hold the auxiliary monthly meetings this  year in the United Church hall. It was  decided to have?a?;milita-\v whist- early in  March.     ,.:���������;--."--,^77  Donations received included cash from  Mrs. "L. Mclnnis, Mrs. J. W. Robinson  and Mrs. Mar tin f Sirdar. Dozen silver  knivessffrom Mrsi Jas. Cook. Teapots  from Mrs. Watcher. and Miss Wade.  Salts and ppppers from Mrs. It. Stevpns  and Mra. ;F;;7K:vJa-cRson. Pair pillow  cases'roia ,;Mrs. jSarraciough, and .two  tbwels?frbin7MifeiRpbl!sson7  work at the canyon, including the house  at  the powerhouse   site which will be  occupied by Std Parker.  School tax notices are to hand this  week and everyone is surprised at the  rate ���������beln0" so h***-*b������ A -^'sar a'-'o it was  10 mills, and this year is cut to 8.5 mills.  With the West Kootenay assessment  added it was hopedv the rate/would Qe  down" to about S mills this year.  As^a^^mf Or&sk  the  occasion  being  Frank's  past week.  hTri,  'J.{aa,:<������-   J- * '  wTimMf*  '.J*'  Birth���������January 15th, to Mr. and Mrs  A. Stevens, e son. -    '"  G. Payette and G. Mclntyre are at  present employed at Glenlilly.  '  Snow fell all day Friday last, accounting for a snowfall of eight or nine inches  Ranchers are making the best of. the  present weather and hauling home hay  and mulching in small loads.  Miaj D. Moon, who has been employed for some time past at Cranbrook,  returned homej>n Saturday.  A general checkup of the men on relief  roadwork was hold at the store on Saturday by Mr. Smillie. who is making a  special investigation.,  Misses Mary Abbott and Agnes Crane  and Jack Crane were at Cranbrook on  Friday, for the Creston-Cranbrook  basketbftl! gamef in which the former  played on the ladies team, which was defeated 16-21.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri were hosts to a  KSilfsPSsoSo Serv Ice  CRESTON  Amateur Finishing a Specially  A), y/orlc finished in 24 hours.  SPECIAL-Any Roll Film, 6's  or 8's, Developing nnd Printing one ol   each,  any size  FIFTY GENTS  Satisfactory Professional Work  '-i ' - -      '; ��������� ,  ' '��������� J ���������'    ���������  Caeh muBt accompany all  Mail Orders.  Price List on "application".   Leave  or aend all work to  Oresfon Drug & Book Store  CRESTON  posed of at the February meeting.  Afteradjoinrhement tea wassenred  MtsjCj H. :Hae^7"JB*rs?;- Anderson,  W.   H7 Cart-^ghtVahd   Mrs.   W  Brown.   Freewill offering was $2.95  oy  k������mm  M..a.m.  Mrs. H- Hoehne is at present a patient  at Creston hospital,  Miss Mary. Hook of Canyon has been'  w-������si :������J'<-!-wa-1^.������ av.^ __iJ. -_,,!. ���������  Work has 7 been discontinued on the  east'side road. Here's hoping it starts  again soon.    There wss a surprise party at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Bunce on January 10th,  birthday.  W. Liphardt of Creston was in charge  of the Pentecfsstal Church service on  Sunday afternoon and delivered a very  practical address.  We notice an occasional black eye in  our travels through the district, which  gods to show there Is pep to-the training  going on at the gymnasium.  A^ Mr. Smillie of Nelson was in the  district at the end of the week making an  i vestigatlon of the affairs of men on  relief, and We hear cuts will be made.  A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.  W. R. mm on January 4th, who is the  first hew citizen t-p arrive this 3*ea% and  has been awarded Jeweler Lipnardt's  silver muff: V .--   7  Cranbrook Wins  Both Contests  Ladies' Team ? Holds Winners  to Close Score���������Men Badly  OuSclsssed���������Gfrls9 SIov/ Start  Responsible for Downfall.  jfipS>i?$|'  '���������'������������������*--i;:  ::^Mi^^iftiSco^iS:'E^^  ��������������� TiT&S^i&tml: -������������������-���������J''- :"r7?';c:''V.^v7- -_��������� Vf ym^'^'J-/'--..;'pr:.---'.---..;  7 ;Johii:Chernoff^ was  at Nelson last week.  a: business visitor  D7 "Lombard������ was in Creston for deh7  tai (.reatsn^nt dunSs: ^Jse .WEek.  RoyJBrowell of Canyon is herewith his  truck doing hauling on the roads.  A Mackie of Boswell was at Atbara  and went to Crestoh later for supplies.  The watej* as indicated at guage at  Slough bridge reads 3.74 feet, a drop of  0 26 teeii for the week.  Mr. Hahribie of the Canadian Smelters,  Limited, was here and proceeded to  Cre3ton for stores for the mine at Sanca.  A herd of seven horses passed through  here on Monday en route for Park Sid-,  ing -where they will be used ������in the  lumbering business. ���������  The weather is* now such that hay  hauling is made possible and it is expected that most of it will be in the barns  by the end of the Week,  Sydney Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. F.  Marteiio went to Cranbrook by car to  play the Creston team in the basketball  game between Cranbrook and Creaton.  Mr. SmUHe of Nelson, who is investigator for-the road camps, wag.-here*--looking'into .matters in connection with the  employment of men at work in the camp.  Ducks are reported in large quantities  in Duck Lake and it is stated by those  who are interested in wild j life these are  transients that are resting, then passing on.  Another small slide at Blalte occasioned a slight delay to traffic on the C.P.R,  line, Saturday. The obstruction was  soon cleared and traffic resumed without  undue delay.  Jamos Mannarlno, who has been an  inmate of St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, suffering from rhemntics, returned  to his home here at the end of tho week  much improved.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Bleumonaur, Mrs,  Martin and Mrs. Heup were in Creston  on Saturday night taking in th& picture  show. D. Passcu7Zo was also among  thoHO in attendance.  Owing to tho heavy fall of snow the  snow plough was called out on Saturday  night making  the round% trip to Gray  Cjv,vk wil'iuui. ubuiMji-iK, uii<! vuBuic  boinit.  tho roads were put Into good shape.  F. Tompkins took a.70, O. RodffGrs  truck to Croston Saturday night. The  truck in going to a loRclng job at Glon-  lily. E. Hickey sneni' the weokend at  home nH did C. Ogilvio, from the camp  at Boulder Creek.  Sirdar buakotbnll team engaged the  Wynndel tonm on Wednesday night aft  Wynndol. Tho gnmo woe very atron-  uoiii-ly contested and resuHc*) in a win  for Sirdar. 24-12. Quite u fow attuiulud  tho gnmo from hore.  Birth----p t January 22nd, to Mr. and  -aft, AlfAPMi������*%m*m.  4.. MSM.  J_.._8.J.   uaaiaKuaier.  Frank Putnam, M.P.P.; left on Wednesday   on   a business visit to  South  Slocan.- ��������� ?��������� *���������'*������������������       . -'7'���������'���������;���������. ''���������'-.  Remember. Erickson Ladies" Hospital  Auxiliary bridge at the Parish Hall,  Creston to-night. ,   ?.  ..Misses Joan. Kemp and Florence  Connell were Crahbrook visitors on _Fri-  day for the basketball games with Creston teams.  Mrs. T. Wilson arid baby, who have  been with the fbrmGrfs parents, Mr. and  Mrs. J. E. Healey",'returned to Cranbrook on Saturday. V  Mrs. D. W. Dow left for Cranbrook  last week where Dave is at present employed, and will again make Cranbrook  their permanent home.  Sob Currie and Jack Connell were  amongst the hockey. players on Creston  team, which played at Kaj*lo on Saturday, losing by a 4~S? score.  W. G. Littlejohn got hack on Saturday  from a three weeks* absence on * fruit  marketingmattei***. moat .of.,-which ��������� tianc  was spent aft Kelowna at sifttinigc of  central committee of the growers' stabilisation board. It is dxp'eeted ahnoimce-  ment of "the plana tentatively, agreed  upon will be made at the end of this  week;'"   ���������- ���������  AilceSiding  Mrs. W. A. McMurtrie left last week  for/Victoria, where she will be spending  the balance of the ironter.    ^  -���������_*o������.ba-&. ott*. Saturday,  ;t^n:h***Jia;  7??:Mi^'7'Lii3Hf3������B^  tSu-*??week jfiroiia^C*^  successfully underwent an operation for  mastoids in St. Eugene Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. "E. Geyser and son,  Edward, whd has beea,; occupying the  former Compton home for some years  past, left this week on their return to  Germany.  A number of men have been put to  work on Alice Siding school hill making  some badly needed repairs. The bus has  skidded off at this point twice within fch e  past ten days.  The Original Whist Clnb session on  Friday night st the hone of Mr. and  Mrs. Victor Carr was not so well attended due the very bad weather. High  score prizes went to Mrs. John Kellyand  Hairy Mather. Mr and Mrs. Kelly  will have the club this week.  The Community Social Club met at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Constable on Friday evening There was a  good turnout. Music for the dancing  was by Ron. Smith, Mrs. Constable, E.  Hovermann, Bob and Tom Marshall.  There was. a splendid lunch at midnight.  This week th club meets at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. R.Miller.  Creston teams travelled over slippery  roads and through falling snow to  CranbroojK last Friday, only to go down  hmm 4ptm.*m &mmi-: 't**JJHU.-������l%"k������    AoSgMlMQ-    ^Vlla     tt&Cmnm  TheTad^l^tW-threefieid &asketeT22-  16, and the men were on the shortend of  a 37-21 score. ?V  1 T>ae-td hard travelling some of the  care, did not arrive until bareiy time for  the game and, coupled witb the lilUput-  ian dimenflions of the playing-floor. this  contributed largely to the local defeat.  The girls Snish-jd the first-half thirteen  points down, with a score of 15-2.  Making a gallant effort in the second  stanza, they *butseored the Redwings  two to one but failed to get in striking  distance of them. " Nell Payne and  Marjorie Levirs were the pick of the  locals- The teiSme:  Cranbrook Ladies���������-Haiiey 6, Stone 11,  MacDonald 2, Gould, Spence 3,  Williams, Dixon.   Total 22.  Creston Ladies���������Nell Payne 8,  Olivi r 1, Marteiio 2, Armitage, Nora  Payne, Lewis, Abbott, Moore, Levirs 5.  Total 16.  After the first five minutes there was  little doubt as to the outcome of the  niEa'-j gazoe . .The first' hstui score was  17-S. Crawford and Corrie -played a nice  guard game? altho-Jgh ba<Wv feshd*c-*|M>6d  by the smallness" of the floor. 'The  tesma:   7  Cranbrook Men���������Parker 18. Dixon,  Backon 4, Muirhead 2, Brooks 8, Prov-  ensano, O. Haley 5, E. Haley. Tot 1 37  Creston: Men���������H. Corrie 4,  Ross, Farris 1������ Martfllo 12,  /C-fawfofd 2/s^J ���������  Holmes 2,  D._ Corrie,  ;,***-"*:���������  -���������-:c-  ? Miss 7>Tessie 7Wrhite,. public:   school  principal, spent the weekend with Brick-  ann fvianrta." ���������  I.Sm.  he  %JMI  will  raifyjWfi Gpify  For tho nvst time almost in Canyon,'R  history Burna' night (January 2B) parsed  off without any sort of celebration.  Many from Canyon were at Creston  on Friday and Saturday nights for, the  showing of "CavalcadoV at the Grand  ���������iWtre.  Canyon Hall Associntion had the  annual meeting on Saturday i.ight at  which G. E. VanAckeran was elected  presidont, Mrs. W. H, Kolthammer,  secretary.  A representative of Canadian General  Eloctrfe Company htiB boon working this  hoc tion the pi������Bt week and made numerous uulcii of tjiccuricai otguipmunt.  ospcclally of radios.  J, H. SinilUo of Nelson wan hero nt tho  ond of the weok making an Investigation into unomnloynrient relief paymnntn  and, wa understand, in aomo canes there  has boon n reduction ordered.  We������t Kootenay Power & Light Company, Limitod,got tho additional 800 h.n.  ncttlnj: In action at the 'mldcllo of 3:.at  week, and now hai* Its crow at work din-  mantling the temporary buildings erected during conatructlon work, una by tho  end of the month will havo completed all  Creston Loses at Hockey  A pickup squad of CreBton hockey  players motored to Kaslo on Saturday  and played the Kaslo team that night,  losing bym the narrow margin of 4-3. In  the opening period Creston was at a loss  for combination play and Kaslo sharpshooters sont the puck past Schade on  two ocennionr-. The second "P^rriod saw  Croston in the play all the way, and two  goals were annexed on some accurate  shooting by Fred Simister, on passes  from Adam Robertson, the Creaton right  wing. In the third period Kaslo again  Went to the front notching a counter in  tho first fow minutes of that round Pcm-  .nltiea then pome fnat to both earns. In  the* final stanza Creaton evened tho  count whon H. Eddy ecored, and overtime . wua required. In the last eifort  both team-* put all they had into tho  game but Kaslo showed the better form  clinched   the   game nfter    about  rive  E D'rifli!,CF.it tie inspector,  Tuesday for Canal Flats, where  be employed for some time.  The dance in Hunt's Hall on Friday  was fairly well attended. Walde's  orchestra supplied the musicr~  A great improvement is noted in the  street in town, the government snow-  p'ough opening up the road on Saturday.  Miss Hazel McGonesjnl was visiting  her sister, Mrs. D. F. Putnam, an Erickson at-the weekend, returning on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mra. D. F. Putnam and son,  Frank, of Erickson, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. C.  Senesael.  Quite an improvement has been made  at Kitchener Hotel. The beer parlor,  kitchen and washroom have been re~  mod-Dlled The work waa done by Axel  Holmes. -,?  minutes of extra play. Creston linecH up  as follows: Goal. C. Schade; defence,  Jake Fritz and E. Christie; forwards.  A d am Robertson * a * d Fred Simi-jter;  centera. Jack Connell and Bob Currie.  Substitute forwards, H. Eddy and Bill  Bourdon.  Hospital Benefit  Stella Tompkins of Erickson was* admitted to tho lionpftal on Tuesday.  Mra. II. Hoehno of Arrow Creole Ib n  patient at proscnt.  Mm. J. W. Robinflon of Creston In  undergoing treatment at thc hoapltal.  D. V. Went of Boswell ia n patient thia  week.      ,  Miss Jonn Hilton of Crouton, who  waa operated upon luut weok for uppond-  leltlii, In recovering nicely  Under the auspices of Erickson  Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary.  ,.    ���������'.',,.���������  ' r    - ���������'''':  Parish Hall  CMESTON  FW     H  nday,  Cards at 8.30 p.m.  Admissiovi  ^Jj|^^   ^^^A  BVEHYBODY WELCOME! THE   REVIEW.   CRESTON.   B.   ���������L  A Remarkable Invention  Si? C/X^  B  in  w 'estem- wanajtta/-  lad a  Tea   s������id  To  .^������^   -i*^  mssq -'isn  & *&   isSi���������S  !g|      ff^pr ^  % 9  Fresh from the Gardens  ������  \\^orld War Chaixded Eve ry tki  ��������� o  An article appearing in the daily papsrs quite recently told of a professor at Harvard University who h.ad compiled a "table of wars," showing  that therft have been no fewer than 902 major wars since the year 500  B.C., and drawing attention to the fact that the World War, 1914-1918,  was eight times "greater" than all the other major wars since 500 B.C.  rolled iato one. Stated another way this means that the four years of war,  1914-l'i?18, was eight times greater than all the major wars combined in  the preceding 2.40G years of the v.-orld's history.  If this calculation is even approximately correct it should help us to  more fully appreciate the truth and fores cf the statement so frequently  made that the financial and economic difficulties of the nations today had  their origin in the World War, and that our troubles are not the result  of the breakdown of the existing system because of the unsoundness or  inherent weakness of that system, but that the cause is.to be found in the  destruction of 1914-1918 and in the new conditions and c'reum&tances resulting from that colossal struggle.  To the World War, and the need and emergencies of that territls contest, can be directly traced thc speeding up of invention, the improvement  of machines, and the urge to mass production.^ to which some people attribute much of the existing unemployment,���������men replaced by machines. To  the World War, aiso, can be directly traced the bringing of tens of millions  of acres into production of various foods and other products then in great  demand, .and to the uneconomic and mora or less artificial production of  certain products in. countries which prior to the war did not attempt to  raise these things but imported thorn from other countries where their production was a natural procsss.  The World War, too, is directly respbnsible for the development of  that spirit of narrow nationalism which has infected aii nations, a narrow  nationalism political in-character but which has been developed along eco- !  nomic lines in order to promote and strengthen political nationalism. It is  not necessarily the system under which the economical life of the world  grew so amazingly and prospered so greatly in the last half of the 19th  and first decade of the 20th centuries that is at fault; rather, it has broken  down because of an outside force, the World War, which prevented that  economic system from functioning for the welfare of mankind,'and threw  it completely out of gear.  That is to say, no matter what system had prevailed in 1914-1918 it  could not have withstood thc impact and upheaval of the World War and  continued to function. Had any of the various new systems now being advocated for adoption to supersede the system which came down from, the  last century been "the prevailing system in 1914 it, too, would havo been  shattered and the present outcry would he raised against it.  It is the World War that has changed everything, and that change must  be met. It cannot be met in a single year, nor by the adoption of any one  new system, whether it be political, economic, or social. The needsd  changes cannot be best and most quickly brought about by destroying ex'sting foundations which inevitably would mean great loss and suffering, and  more particularly so to those who even now are thc chief victims of thc  depression. Rather there must be a multiplicity of changes, some small  and seemingly insignificant, others large and outstanding, but all interlocked and having a bearing on each other and upon thc whole.  The nations of tho world now recognize the falluro of narrow nationalism, both political and economic. They arc all suffering; from it, but they  havc not yet agree' upon n formula for its removal. Recognizing the disease, they arc not yet prepared to apply a universal cure. Consequently,  we find the nations as separate units devoting thoir energies to a solution  of their own problems and' difficulties regardless 'of thc effect which their  actions and policies may havc upon other nations. On the faco of it, this  Is but a continuance of extreme narrow nationalism, but tho almost-certain  outcome must be a still more acute realization that tho nations cannot  live unto themselves alone but must como together, and work togetho*-  for their mutual advantage if they aro not all to crash together.        *  Narrow nationalism, born of war, can only end in war. And the n?xt  World War, if it comes,- will far exceed in ila magnitude und disastrous  results to civilization even the great conflict of 1914-1918, tremendous-in it3  repercussions as it has proven to be.  Ray Demonstrated In "London, England, "Does Many Wonderful  Things  One of the most remarkable inventions of the "age has   been   secretly  demonstrated  in  London,  Eng. It is  a ray that   'will    make    flower-buds  grow into flowers in a few minutes;  take   night   photographs   of   objects  several hundred yard3 distant; penetrate ths densest fog,    and    cure    a  number of complaints.  The ray upon which Its inventor,  Mr. A. 7E7 W. Batchelor, has been  worlcing for the past ten years, is  causing trertxendipus interest in many  British industries, particularly those  connectsd with. Horticulture-. A demonstration at the nurseries of a leading  firm of seedsmen recently produced  astonishing results. A pot of crocus  bulbs which had not even begun to  show signs of flower buds, and which  normally would have taken several  days to bloom, were placed in the  radius of the ray. Within ten minutes their petals had appeared and  spread themselves.  "It is possible, materially, to increase the yields of all crops," Mr.  Batchelor said. ''Clover, clover hay,  cereals, roots aud sugar beet can all  be improved both as regards yields  and food value? The maturing properties of the ray are shortly to be  extended to fruit and vegetables so  tbat strawberries and fresh garden  peas and beans out of season are all  within the realms of possibility.'*  One of the remarkable features cf  the ray is the ease with which it is  claimed it penetrates darkness and  the densest fog, clearly revealing objects at several hundred yards distant.  ���������������. w������v  m  ^-mmr WW       aaa    a**������ ������   .%v ������n&<st, ^^B^Br,**-^^- mm    ���������wt^'mvmmm  For Roval Bank of Canada  AT   STRONG POSITION MAINTAINED  Sir  Herbert   Holt,  President,   Takes   Strong   View  Tha.':  Canada Is JNow Definitely on the Upgrade.  Morris W. Wilson,  Vice-President and General Manager,  Reviews Strong StatensenS.  The annual meeting" of the snare-  holders of the Royal Bank of Canada  marked the close of a most si* ccess-  fui year. 77  'V.,  Sir Herbert Holt, President, ia his  address struck an optimistic note  when he stated that he considered  that Canada was new definitely on  the upgrade. Its progress, however,  was being retarded by too: heavy taxation and the cost of maintaining so  many Governments lathe country  was rapidly becoming unbearable.  Morris W. 7Wilson; Vice-President  and General Manager, in his address  reviewed the outstanding features of  the strong statement of the Bank.  The feature of -^arasacunt importance  in connection with the possible forma  made. It is difficult to* analvze the  effects of their policies and impossib'e  to prophesy the outcome. Their central idea, that an increase in th-"- '  price level must be obtained is 3**uncl  common sense and is- now quite generally accepted as such throughout  tue vVOi?id. At our ; Annual ������������set-ungs  of the last three years v������ have emphasized* and- re-emphasized tha necessity, for a higher -price level. I see  no reason why it cannot toe achieved  ��������� in due course."  In closing air Herbert Holt- sa'd:  "At our last Annual Meeting I expressed, the. feeling that indications  pointed to the initiation of a substantial recovery in 1933. This'���������; yeas' it is  possible to go one step farther and to  tion  of a Central Bank,  added Mr. I venture the opinion that we are now  ���������"���������*   -"���������  -*--���������* *'    " - aenmteiy   on   tae    tip-graae.il    we  deal intelligently with the main prob-  Slfe Gained Energy  This young woman's method of  reducing overweight is evidently as  beneficial as it is effective, and a letter she writes is therefore.worthy of  publication:���������        7  "I am 24 yeai-s ic?f^age; beight 5  ft. 5%  ins.;  and   a   short   time*  ago  ...: Mt_ J.   --  ixiy weigh.**, was 28 lbs. above norma*.  I was listless and without energy.  Now after taking Kruschen Salts  regularly I have lost 28 lbs. in  weight, and bave much more vitality.  Also I have a very good complexion  and I do not have facs blemishes of  any kind = Surely this must be due  to my baving pure blood, and I attribute the fact to my taking Kruschen  Salts."���������(Miss)  M. S.  Kruschen combats the cause of fat  by assisting the internal organs to  throw off each day those waste products and poisons which .-would otherwise be converted by the ' body's  chemistry into fatty tissue.  Believes "Explorer Alive  Albert De Win*pbn,Tof Los Angeles,  a. movie actor .has returned to Rio  De Janeiro after a nine-month search  in the Matto Grosso region of interior  Brazil for Col. P. H. Fawcett, British  explorer. De Winton, who has made  several trips into'the wilds, bad only  vague Indian reports concerning the  Briton but expressed belief he is alive.  Col. Fawcett disappeared in 1925.  THAT DEPRESSED FEELING  !S LARGELY LiVER  Wake up your Ljvcr BHe  -^Without Calomel  You aro "foelinq |>upk** ���������Imply bconuio.youif  ilgoat  red, nnd your entlro ���������yutom le  ilver Isn't pouringlta daily two pounds of liquid  >Uo into your bowela. Dlgeatlon mid elimination  aro both ham;  mo Dotii namnonxl,  being poisoned.  .^Wlint you noed la  a liver atimutant, _ R������i������i*<  oil  tiiliiH that goes further tlmn Malta, mineral water,  ", itixatlvo com"  only inovi  at trouble, your liver  Tako Cartor'a LltUo Ltvw "Pllla. Purely v������k*.  "tixatlvo candy or ohWlng irtiw or rougkaga  '      * -Igaorinit Uie reiit    .'ills. Funl.     talilo.^No.ltarola oulomul(mercury ). *"_i������...Bur*.  wliich only movo'tho bowtvto���������-]  eouiiA of trouble, your liver.  *jM^Jiw^i(^i|-J#f^  ..MaStitf  healthI  Health Fats' Yeiiiig Gids  Happiness For Tired Wra.������n  Tl...,..,^���������yl^ m' Huiiu.il iiucouiu iiirtHi out and run  clown, bnroino thin and pale, and profound weaknesw  mnlcea lire a burden.  The vvjiolo outlook of life i������ changed whon tho  norvotiH, dolt liendnoluw, llio nloopIcsBncos, the spolla  of dis-^inoHH, of wonkncHH and diacouraKoniont. unci tlio  tired, liuiKiiid fticlin-j-H diHiipponr with tlio iww of Mil-  bum'-i II. A N. PIIIn. They tono up tho norv������������,  enrif'h thw blood, and brine tho health bade Io normal  KguiM.  A������k for them"by'nttini. lUfuJse eubetltutoa.'  SOo, at nil druiuruita. A8   :i " ���������,.-.������������������~   -  Demand For Wheelbarrows  Tho wheelbarrow is staging a como  back. .Tobs created by tlio civil "works  campa'gn, of Lincoln, . Nebraska,  whore hand labor is given preference,  increased tho demand for wheelbarrows until it far, exceeds tbe nupply.  Lancaster County Engineer Weaver  sold ho wnn unable to purchase a sin-  n*lt> wheelbarrow from supply hcu������cs  hero.  management.  President's Address  Sir Herbert S. Holt, President, in  moving the adoption of the Directors'  Report, said in part: s-���������  The 64th Annual Report and Balance Sheet submitted to ybu to-day  disclose*-the strong position of the  bank. While Balance Sheet figures  are somewhat smaller than those of  a year ago, this reflects a. falling off  in international deposits rather than  contraction of Canadian business.;- In  fact, a notable feature is an increase  in Canadian Demand and Savings deposits during the year. The liquid  position is eminently satisfactory, As  you would expect, the restricted demand for commercial loans, and the  resultant increase in our holdings of  less remunerative assets in the form  of Dominion and Provincial Government securities, has combined with  other factors to reduce profits. In  Ai-vr*!! ingl- -tli*? dividend ws.s reduced  from 10 per cent, to 3 per cent., and  the last three quarterly dividends  have been paid at that rate. The improvement which has taken place in  business.during the last six months,  nas already had a beneficial effect on  earnings.  ��������� Referring to the situation in Canada,, the president* said:, ������1 am glad  to say that since, -we last, met there  has been a distinct. improvement in  Canadian business. I have had the  opportunity of seeing this country  recover from depressions on various  occasions during the last fifty years  and the present movement appears to  he taking, place along the accustomed  lines. As soon as world7 trade commences to revive there is air improved demand; for Canadian raw materials. Canadian' exports increase  substantially, surplus inventories disappear and greater activity in the  principal exporting in<3ustries provides additional employment with a  consequent improvement in purchasing power and domestic trade. This  has been the sequence *of events in  Canada during the last six months."'  The Railway Situation.  Dealing with the situation of the.  Government railways, Sir Herbert expressed the opinion that the time for  half measures had passed and tbat  bold and courageous action was required. He felt that the views expressed at tbe last Annual Meeting  that enforced co-operation between  the two railway systems would not  be a satisfactory remedy bad been  confirmed by the experience of the  past year und is still of the opinion  that the maximum of economy can  only be obtained by some form of  administrative amalgamation,  The President made a strong demand for a reduction of Governmental debts and pointed out that the cost  of. maintaining too numerous governments, Federal, Provincial and Municipal, was becoming unbearable. Ho  said: "Greater activity in business  will reduce unemployment, prdduee  Increased revenues, and a reduction  in disbursements for'.. public relief.  Advantage should be taken of thoso  developments to reduce debts rather {  than increase expenditures.'  Conditions In Other Countries.  In referring to conditions in other  countries ho expressed tho view that  the low point in tho depression for  most of tho world was reached In the  latter part of 1032, and ainco that  ttm*> there lias been a general increase in international trado. Reference to tho "United States was made  as follows:���������"While business In the  United States commenced to improvo  about tho middle of lf>82 it later suffered a relapse due to thoir banking'  difficulties and tho 'hesitation nnd uncertainty which precede a cUaugaj uf  administration. Since last March  quite   material   progress   has   boon  lems that confront us we can expset  within measurable time* a return of  jrenerai prosperity."  .',..,.   General Mana,ger*s Address.  IMr.���������-M.. W. Wilson/"Vice-Presidsnt  and General" Manager, in referring to  the position ox the bank pointed out  that liquid assets totalled..$362,471,-  000, and were equal to 55.76% of  public liabilities, compared with  52.86% of the previous year. A notable feature is that 24.2696 of such  "liabilities is represented by cash and  cash balances aggregating $157,699,-  000. He mentioned the further intsr-  estingr fact that in Canada current  deposits increased about $17,000,000  during the year and savings deposits  were higher by $2,000,000.  In discussing'the proposed central  bank be recalled the hope wh?ch he  expressed at the last Annual Meet'ng  tbat ihe Government would see fit t<v  "bt&ve the project examined Izy & body  of   experts   and   said:     "The Royal  Commission oh Banking and Currency  which was constituted last summer  could not  have been better chosen.  Under   the    Chairmanship    of ...Lord"'.  Macmillan their sittings in all parts  of the country were notable for the  freedom with -which all possible evi-  d^nccgi-was received and-for the patience and tact displayed in d saline*  with the'. material submitted.    Wh'le  I do not agree with the Report in its  ���������Bntirety I believe that' a; properly constituted Central Bank can be developed as a useful adjunct to our banking system."* ,V:7'"~"'"     : -7V.    -.-7_...  '''���������'.'.'"��������� TKToie issas,. - --..  Mr. Wilson   expressed   the . strong  opinion that the reeomjjaermat'oiis in  the Report with respect io the gradual  withdrawal   of  tbe   note-issuing  privileges of ' the   Chartered   Banks  did not appear to be in the public  interest. Retention of these privileges  would not hamper the Central Bank  | in its efforts   to   control   credit.    In  this connection he quoted an editorial  which appeared in the London Economist to the effect that the Central  Bank would not be in the least weakened    by    allowing    the    Chartered  Banks to retain their present issues  under the present restrictions.    Mr.  Wilson went on to say:     "I think,  therefore,  that we  should   view  Ihe  elimination of bank note issues not as  a step which must inevitably accompany the creation of a central bank  but as  a  separate  matter   entirely.  The real question is whether the Government desire to havo banking service maintained at many small points  throughout the country or to appropriate the revenue of note issues for  themselves.   I believe that the gain  to the Government would  not  offset  the loss to the public through curtailment of banking facilities.    Unquestionably there  are   many  places  which   could   no   longer   support   a  branch bank if note issuing -privileges  wero to bo withdrawn. The operation  of a number of Bm.aH branches at a  bare margin of profit is characteristic  of banking in this country.   We havo  a system which in many of its aspects  is native to tho Dominion and prudence  should   prompt  us  to   bo  vory  cautious in advocating fundamental  changes."  In-conclusion Mr, Wilson said: "At  our last Annual Meeting I ventured  to suggest that tho prospect of further impro\*ement in the coming year  was vory much moro hopeful than it  was tho previous year. That prediction has been borno out by subsequent  developments, For tub first time in  ycara an attitude of quiet but confident optimism is in evidence almost  everywhere. Many problems still havo  to bo flolved but I havo full confidence  in tho ability of Canada to sharo In  the conuuueu improvement in economic conditions which I bellevo llci  ahead of us." . ������  "You piiHliod your wife out of a  second storey window through for-  getfulncan!" asked tho ' magistrate  "Yob, fllr; we usod to Hvo.on the.  ground floor.   I forgot we'd moved."  ���������-"-"'1Jt""-"-  ���������"���������--   -   |i . '   n   jiiilii'iiijiii' i" i-���������i   " ~  ���������i��������� ���������-��������� i���������inir  W.    N.   V.    2080  "A now word is wnntod;'' comment*! a writer, "to signify tho .horrible- noisos now mndo by ouch  things as pneumatic drills and motorbikes." What's wronjy with "jriKz,'"  for goodncBB' salco?  Mlss'Vroda" Thompson, who haa  juat boon granted a flying instructor's license in Australia, Is tha first  woman in that country and third in  tho, British  Empire  to ,. hold  "AieU a  iiCOllflO.  "���������"  f.  *\]  9  ���������I  .4  1 i,  ,:?r  mmm  MMIItMl.^  WB^tei;.w������<wfe,������!'.;a',,e:flH.juiaM  iiiliii'iffrtljniiiMiiii'iiii'iti'niikiiiiiifti  iiiiiiiiiBt^^  ~ttF!-rX^<*ti2l!!!fS^^ THB1   BEYESW.   CTHSTOH.   B.   ST  /  *&f  ma*  PREMIERS FROM  m ������&������e-s>  wenmmwr  CAlAAYAUiilll>K<  " Ottewa.A-Spokesme*X'fbir- the Tour  western provinces were understood to  bave cited "facts and-figures to* rhow  recent allegationsVof 'governmental  extravagances on their part were un-  Trappers Are On Rations  Winter Trails .To  Worth  Impassable  And .-Supplies Are Delayed  ' Prince Albert, Sask. ��������� "Northern  trappers_ and traders^;are on rations  as overland^ _ freighters; baike<i bv  unprecedented difficulties of" "travel,  are a. month-and a half late~In arrive  ing at Lac La Ronge and other trad-  ii-trw*     m^*kw\+m*4~m*w  _   Heavy falls  of snow which  came  before   frosts   had   provided   a   solid  OPENS CAMPAIGN  J  founded   as  they  addressed   the  Do-   covering for northern muskegs bave  minionrproviiiCial conference.        - f rendered . Heavily    travelled    winter  t?aiis impassable. -Horses, floundering about in the slush, and "drivers  and helpers, wet to their waists bave  battled through only to the north  end of Montreal lake, slightly more  than hair tne distance to the principal northern point,  Fresh" frosts harden the broken  trail, but there still remains 70 miles,  mostly over muskegs, to be broken.  . Flour and sugar' are becoming a  rarity in many northern camps, and  trading posts were out of .many ol  the staple commodities until aeroplanes,-pressed into service in; emerg-  encv. have comm^ni-pil \n ISri-n^ relief^  The premier of one province west  of the Great Lakes is believed to  have made a comprehensive reply tc  criticism directed at the west ana to  have been supported by representatives of the other three reg-ardle^^ of  party persuasion.  Critics of the west, it is believed  Were challenged to produce a single  reputable banking or ��������� bond house  which would not say the. west had  gone further than any other part'oi  Canada In cutting governmental --expenditures to meet ths stress of falling revenues. !  ,           ....         ���������������  antees and advances made by "the  federal government to* the* "western  governments would not be^repaiJ,  the western spokesmen cited facts  and figures to prove the contrary.  Given, dollar wheat once more, one  Westerner said, 7 on three items . of  revenue alone the* prairie provinces  could balance their budgets and meet  their obligations to the last dollar.  'Another thing often forgotten, the  conference is said to have been told,  was that the western provinces for  years had protested the bringing in  of immigrants by7 the> federal gov-.  ernment7 Now 65~per cent of the  population on relief were. people* who  had .come to Canada within the last  five years. 77-7-.,  .  An analysis of the distribution of  Use Dominion governments ' expen-ii-  ?tures on public works is believed to  have been presented? fo? show   that  the west got less than, its equitable  share on the basis of population. Figures on federal subsidies were cited  .with the same end in view.  Speakers at, the. session, it is understood, included Premier. John.  iiracKen of Manitoba, Premier T. D.  -Pattullo^ of British Columbia, Premier  J. 7E. Brownlee of Alberta and Hon.  M." A. MacPherson, -attorney-general  and treasurer.of Saskatchewan.  Aviator's Strange Experience  Encountered     Weather     So    Warm  Grease  Melted  On  'Plane  "Sdmonton.-^-One more example of  the almost unbelievable flying conditions pilots of the" far north country must endure is cited by Pilot  W. Leigh BrintnelL president of  Mackenzie Air Services, on his return to the city after two flights into,  the Nahanni river country, horth-  weit of Fort Simpson. On his second flight into the country, carrying  a party* of mining engineers, Brlnt-  neil: took off from Simpson in weather  nearly 7-S "below. zero,,  7 As? the flight progressed into the  mysterious Nahanni, land of ths  supposed ''tropical" valleys. she fieW  into a "C"*ainook," a warm current  ' which apparently swept in over the  mountains from some part of the  Japan current. -Within a short "time  the. air.* was ss- wans that- heavy  grease, plastered on ths shock-ab  scrhing springs of his ski-Stted landing gear, melted and ran down' i!.*o  undercarriage. *  Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald has opened a.? speaking campaign  to explain the aims of the National  government: to electors of the country. He will speak at Leeds this  weak?'       7 ' "*��������� ''  A a������|yjf������'' ' m.Wmmtn,m*Aem.WM      A-W     *U mm.nm.mm  xi.imta.<d k>u uug*Ci   ftu,   1 UI V."C  Anticipate Change In Dollar  P������i SLS.uieiii   *"r"a,y  xo   tvs-  duce  Gold  Content  Toronto.���������The 'Toronto Globe in a  special, despatch from its Ottawa correspondent said parliament will be  asked, according io belief in cabinet  "dircles7 tb^ectuce, the ^"old" content of  ths Canadian dollar.  Thc Globe said: ."The adopticn by  statute of such a lower gold content  for the Canadian dollar would, undoubtedly, have widespread reaction.  It would in "due time reduce by one-  third the burden of all indebtedness  payable in Canadian currency, and  would tend to increase prices of commodities in the domestic trade of  Canada in similar proportion."  The newspaper said tnerc was now  agitation in favor of parliament fixing a. new gold standard "of say, 14  grains or 15 grains of pure gold to  the dollar." 7  ~The present statutory gold con-  ������.������-������. of the dollar i3 23.22 grains.  NO CURRENCY  WAR BETWEEN  U.S. AND BRITAIN  Winston CburcIiiSS'Pleads For More  Adequate Protection  New; York.���������Declaring Great Britain is ''girt about with many dan-  j^^fr^, a.X..     ajLlmMM. -        ��������������� mm*mjm\mmm _     ^smmmmm w-~.*������*  called in an address in London for  the bsiildin*3" of? a strong protective  air force and full co-operation with  the League of Nations. ���������.������������������'..;  A transcript of. the address, made  available in New York, quoted tho  former, chancellor of the exchequer  as saying:     7  "The hideous curse of. war from  the air has fallen upon the world, and  I say to you, don't you think we  ought .to try to make ourselves ia  strong against?'attack from ths air  as our navy used tomake us against  ���������r������vffl_������ir)ri. a.crr",s ths sea""'  VAVUOMJlg   AU  AAU.V  at  Norwegian Making Second Atlantic  Crossing In Frail Craft  Halifax."���������-Somewhere in mid-Atlantic a "frail little shell.of a boat  is plowing along between Africa and  South America. Aboard is Alfon Hansen,- with his dog and cat. Th.3 navigator is heading for Rio de Janeiro  from Sierra Leon, in Africa. A postcard to a friend here brought word  of rhis latest venture. Their craft is  a lifeboat decked - over and eqiii^p *.i"  wltp. 'sails, til it the strange trio has  already jsrosaed the Atlantic once���������  fror45 Hansen's native Norway to  North America.  ������!���������������*.rarmnf-   Wft5>kA*!r,*������   5?tKiCar  vui uuvjUav . vv V. nvi 9    mtU ifV*C  Would Not Chang:?:Matters  WaHhlngtdn.���������Replying to, a speech  by Senator J, Hamilton Lewis, Demo-  erai7:i>om Illinois, that the St.7La.w-  renco- treaty would Tg'ive Great JBri-  talri'a ''military avenue through the  United States," Senator Arthur Van-  clenbcrg, Michigan Republican, told  ��������� the United States achate; Britain and  Canada have every navigation right  o-tVn ,the Great I^kes. now that, th^  would have under the new pact,  One  Manufacturer  In  Toronto' Says  Demands Are Reasonable  Toronto.���������More than 2,000 garment  workers went 'on, strike here, completely paralyzing the industry," with  demands for higher wages and  shorter hours which at least cne  manufacturer conceded wsre reasonable. But he said employe.-g were  unable to do anything without government intervention.  ' 'The. garment industry,*' d e c!ared  S. Davies of the Davies ;Cl.iak Co.,  "needs someohe like Jtobseveit to  step in-������������������'���������with his* NRA; take cont-."ol,  put a stfip to cut-throat competition,  stipulate maximum working hours  and, ago that the workers get a decent wage. ..- 7  ��������� 'The situation is " so widespread  that government intervention is. tine  only thing that will be any use... ho  said. "All the charges that Workers  make-are, true."   '"���������-���������'77  AfiAtit w ii ire Habv  mrnmSmZmSm.      . ��������� <UMBb^������    m^WlUaj  Chinese In Vancouver Legally Adopt  Six-Months-Qld^r Child  Vancouver.���������Leave "to adopt a s'x-  mon.ths-old v/hlte boy was given a  Chinese couple in supreme court", by  Mr.' Justice D. A.'.'McDonald. ' _  The Tfostsr" parents are Lim Won,  proprietor of a Victoria greenhouse,  42, and his-wife, Lim-Loo Shea, aged  28. . .. '       -  The boy will bear-"the name of  Bryan penis Lim, and. will be brought  up in ��������� the religion of his .footer- parents, who are Protestants.  stratosphere riigiits riaanea  Two Announced By "CJ^. National  V Geographic Society- 7  Washington.���������Plans for two new  stratosphere -flights with the largest  balloon ever constructed, desigon 1 t o  reach ; an altitude "of 15 miles, have  been, announced by the "National Geographic society and army air eorp������3.  The two ascents, scheduled for  June and September, will seek to  reach the greatest height to which  it is practicable for a balloon to lift  a man. The crew of the nev/ stratosphere7 balloon will consist cf Capta'n  Albert W. Steyens, noted observer  and photographer, of the air corps,  and Major William Kepner, sir corps  balloon- expert, with'First Lieutenant. Qrvil A. Anderson, air corps, as  alternate.  ' London.���������A -secret mission to London recently by a member of President Roosevelt's "brain trust" was  reported here as the basis of an informal currency agreement which  may hold the pu-uad aruiuid a $5  ratio.  Americans ia,close touch with official circles in London heard Various  reports that a monetary expert cf  the United States government cams  aere soon after the resignation of  Oliver M. W. "Sprague as financial  executive assistant to the secretary  of the treasury on November 21.  The expert was said to have had  conferences with Banlc of England  officials and to have arrived at an?  understanding about methods by  which London ami Washington would  be   kept   informed;   of   each   other's  pOi������^y.      X* mm -.. ISi-JiiSj ... s^rscmcu"-    was..  proposed or desnaed:: necessary, out  tae basis of the tmderstanding was  believed to be to let market trends  take their course, with exchange-  equalization funds used to iron out  fluctuations in currencies.  Highest authorities, noean while,  gave assurance that rumors of' an?  Anglo-American currency wax as the  result of President Roosevelfs revaluation v/ere  without foundation?.  Wiii fiiiminate iosspetition  Officials of the treasury and Bank oi  England were silent on the matter,  Provinces   Agre3   To   Hold   Fishing  Seasons At Different Times  Winnipeg.���������Agreements for elimination of -^competitive'' fishing seasons' in .the lakes of Ontario, Manitoba, ^Saskatchewan, and Alberta were  tentatively arrived at at the inter-  provinciai. fisheries  conference called  Earthquake Takes Heavy Toil  Report Froi-h India States 2,000 Killed  In Disaster  Calcutta.--^Reports -oi damage and  loss of life far beyond Grig".aal estimates flowed into Calcutta ;-������rom. all  l parts of India sbakea ia? violent  ' earthquakes on Jonuary 15. These  unconfirmed reports indicated c-n estimate "of 2,000 dead would not be excessive.  Known dead stood at 1,122 as officials awaited fur-She?- wori from  stricken areas,w particularly. Muzaf-  farpur, Jamaipur,   Patna, -Bezwadas  by Hon.  J.  S.   McDiarnaid,   minister   and Bankura.  of natural resources for Manitoba.  Instead  of fishing seasons  of  the  were  reported msiea  in  Muzaffarpur.    Despatches    said    the  different provinces  being . held   sim- ! streets were littered with corpses,  ultaneously,    it    was    agreed    they       Relief was being, speeded to cities  should be held as far as possible at j which  suffared   indst   heavily,   from  quake.    Tents    and    prov:3!ons  different  times  so  wasteful  Hooding-   the  of the market would be eliminated.  BANK CRASH CAUSES TROUBLE FOR FRENCH CABINET  H.H 111111.1111.111 j_      "77���������;���������rn. ,7." ,;..j .   .,,,;,.;.". . .TTT^T.^*/;' l?"::::.:'i-:*:::**,::-'::;::: ���������:,:*:; J %  * ^n*.;.*.-.-.* 7���������"<'X������������������"���������'"-���������,' ���������  ���������'._.' :.v.'-mI^ifor-niervClbts?Prize7',  Toronto.-r-Aa a "common7J,nformor,'*  Leslie. SuundeiH, tel3phono employe0,  of, Niagara. Falls, \vas_ awajt'd'id an  automobile won by William���������������������������MolHsonj'  bank clerk, in a draw held at a service club carnival last July  Justice .Charles Garrbw, iin ibsgoodo  brill, rnadc the award.  B 3 ���������''-<*>.���������*     % V  mm+.'HmAh. _  +"a.,  |:     "D^pt-ity Minister Of Labor     ,  pttawa.T���������Tho appointment of Wil-  'DiiC.ai.ijOu ua uyijuiy miiiiatcr  of', labor was announced ofllclally  liejjro. His nppointmont dates from  Jah. .1. Mr. Dickson has boon private  secretary of Hon. Wonley Cordon;  inJniutoi" of lnbor7       >���������-,'.;;.. v.'.. ;-j ���������  W,   Ui  V,   2030  .. Shows Great Imprcyement  Bureau Of Statistic-* issues Annual  Itavlew Of *������^ploymeut  Ottawa. ���������- Reflecting a steady  niaroh of workers back into gainful  empioymont after ; long or short  periods of ldlchosa, the pon***hlon  bqreau of statistics has "asucd its  annual royibw of cmplbymerit covering 1033. A diutinct upward trend,  starting about April 1, is shown In  the figures which are based on the  payroll reports of some 8,140 employ-  craVi ;...?. ?,, ;���������!'.., 7"v': 7?  in all, 140,000 pcoplft w>ai*a-nddel  to the number of wage-earners in  Canada by those firms from April 1  to Jpec. 1. juuring tnat porl^a the index number of omjpiloyment (baaed*  on 102a at .'.100)"' jiimpod '15,8 point"!  or 20.8 per cont from ypar'a low of  70.0 to7oi.8.,;'7"?;7:7.'-'''."'..'./',.  Payrolls woro increased in the  prairie provinces by 13,000 and In  Brlf.Hh Columbia by 18,000.  were despatched to Jamaipur where  35 were killed and 130 -buildings destroyed. The populace in the Patna  district, fearing further shocks, was  living in the open. In? that region 50  were kiiied. Mild shocks continued  but were nothing in comparison to  the first one which rocked all India.  Seed Grain Is Mixed  Poor Quality Being Used In Sas-  ** Itatchowan Drought Areas  Saskatoon.���������Seed grain uged in the  areas of Saskatchewan that havd bad  crop failures is now poorer and mora  mixed than at any time in the history of thc province, F. W. Townlcy-  Smith, president of the SaBkatchc������  wan branch of, tho Canadian Seed  Growers* association, Warned members of tho provincial body in convention here.  A special committee of tho association ig working on a plan to aid  the grower of registered seed to sell  his product, he announced.  V=lMn>pH CHAUTEaMTPaS?  Facing a chamber of angry deputies/ Premier Chautcmpg was forced  to defend his regime from corruption charges as a .result of tho g.gantio  Bayonne Pawnshop swindle,  while, mobs I rioted   outside  the  Chamber  in  .������_        ". ������...      .   ���������.. ������W������, _. .J. J). ������>. .     .     .,i���������������,.. I  i- ,, ������. ,   ������.,,���������.w.lr. Win m.t.A...  X'at.ris,      jmuidiy   wcuaiawafe  ,<*i/, - tuy,- uuitcrj   t������si������wj.������,*vjij .w*���������*8.. ^uvAitwuivu. fc^****.^*^,.  central figure in tho bank crash, committed suicide, Influential Parisian  papers demand a full investigation of the case, known throughout franco  as ULSAffaire Stavisky'V Already one Cabinet Minister, Albert Dalimlor,  Minister of Colonies, boa roa!gnod over his connection with the case, and  Joseph Carat, Mayor of Bayonno.ia under arrest. What thc French people  Want to know is how Qtaylflky, a native of Russia, known to the polico  Oeneral Currlo's Horse Dies  Montreal.���������Barely a month and a  half after his master died, mourned  ",by, tho multitude w. that.:- knew him in'  war and peace. General Sir Arthur  Curries' cherished chargor~~Brock-~  died unbeknown to anybody In his  stall at Sir Arthur'^ brothor'a farm  at Strathroy, Ont., it waa learned  here '.  "   Kndor'io World Peace  x-*������.i,is.    jmuiiiiy wcuai������������i������t, ,<*!,, ������,uv������,-^t������-.������v;t3 wsiiiuuu ,uiui. rt������v*������������wiu_ ww' ."iv 1,      Kujuonion.���������itindoraing every acticn  assuring world pcac������, tho United  Farm Women of Alberta convention  horo cabled Hon. Arthur? Henderson,  chairman of tho disarmament con*  .   ,, ,- _ ��������� .     .      - foronco at Gcnova, commending bla  as an Invoterato swindler, and forger, was allowed  to operate fpr. years, ,*_, .,._  ���������f������������������ir  ������������,!��������� ai^^iv.^  ������������Mti������...  pei-potrating frauds that will cause a loss of laHl.OOO.OdO to Inventors,  Hltth ror "'     7������l,c  wnu urging continue  political Influence Is hinted and sensational disclosures predicted. jtlon of all endeavors to prevent wwr  -J.J BB  ���������1  ;���������:'*:*::  T>^:-.-J:  THE   UMJJISTOJSI   KK V1 JS W  Thanks to the  ��������� telephone  thy doctor came  time  Tom Henderson learned the  value of the telephone when his wife  took ill. The doetor was notified  by telephone, and soon after he  was at the sick woman's bedside.  He was sent for "just in time,"  he told Tom.  Thanks to medical skill���������and  the telephone���������Mrs. Henderson's  life was saved.  ** Aftfl      T     l^QfS^l      m"fX    ^I-sIvsIb-        ****=7~ ai-W-V-*-*���������*!������?������  get along without a telephone,"  said Henderson.  now."  nravm  nave  fI know better  LfnntonQu   Tai-ftnliAnA  i-tvuiviiuj     I OUfflBIUIIC  LIMITED  Oam  UUb  TH  *"*&*?&"������**%**   E*t  tinr.oiun n  VIEW  Issued eve*y "FVidsy at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON, B.C.,   FRIDAY,   JAN. 26  weather yesterday.* We  drove around this country,  around Lake Steveiis,^a*E  enjoyed the scenery, ureee grass  growing after all this rain, and  cattle feeding in pasture.  In December we had only a few  decent days. Rain and rain.  Farmers on the bottom or low  land had a tough time. Some had  to move upstairs in their houses;  others moved out to some upland.  The flood did not do much damage ere. Washed out a few here  and there.  But these floods seem to fertilize the land. If there is a winter  without high water, they claim it  means a poor crop. So far I can  see things are picking up very  good here. Peopie are getting  work all over. Roads, bridge and  construction work is under way  and they are paying 50 cents per  hour; six hour day, and five-day  week.  Merchants say they had a  brisker Christmas business this  year than for two years previous,  and I believe so, because we went  to Everett the Saturday before  Christmas to do some shopping  but, O, boy, what a crowd, it-very  store packed to capacity, and  looked like everybody had their  arms full of packages going out.  We are figuring on going to  Vancouver next Saturday to visit  some of our former neighbors and  friends, and suppose we wiii  stay there a couple of weeks then  come back here again for awhile;  then hike back to Creston.  When you are away in a foreign  land just get a paper from your  old hpme town, and that is what  we are getting as you were  prompt in changing our Review  from Creston to our present  home. Wishing you all a happy  New Year.       B. WICKSTROM.  ministration    of    pensions   and  greater consideration to the many  j.joa ij.������:    ...0.. .���������>       _������k i   viiuivuiues   or   xnose^wriO  the country.iii its time of need.  served  OUR K.8.Q. BROADCAST  1933  s TV*** Osst sSsyyscs-���������-yVsss**/' LUki  "' ~~  r+t  I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  I  ���������������������������gBB^  _      ..    |  Wickstrom OK's NRA  Snohomish. Wash.,  Jan. 8,1934.  Editor Review:  Sir,���������-Well, westill are in God's  country, as they are saying here,  and it sure looks fine now.    Had  ^uuauuic  -HAS  r   uayS,  and  PfaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaiBaaaaaaaaaaaa^  Hmf.m^m.  C!Am. ��������� 2m  for  that  Spring Planting 1  km  m\  ITiuO  IrW  A great new, aii red, early-color  ing Mcintosh. A true Mcintosh  in quality, size, shape and flavor���������  but can be picked earlier and save  the heavy drop, and grades 20%  more into Fancy and Extra Fancy.  The Riverside Nurseries of Grand  Forks has the sole right of this  apple for British Columbia.  COMPLETE NURSERY  STOCK  of all descriptions. Now is the  time to place that order, bo that  you will get what you want for  spring planting. Prices are right.  Call in and get latest catalogue.  i knuiuno  seem tiTinn  IILOUB.U i lUlf  I  1  Adopted by Creston Volley Post  \  \  LOCAL AGENT:  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  bI3  WHEREAS this meeting of  veterans called"'by the Creston  Valley Post, No. 29, branch of  the Canadian Legion* considers  that the present, trend of pension  administration is unsympathetic  and unjust, and is obviously designed to accomplish drastic retrenchment in complete disregard  of the rights and needs of pensioners.  "AND WHEREAS the present  activities of the Department of  Pensions and National Health are  causing serious hardship and dip-  tress among veterans and their  dependents;  BE IT RESOLVED that this  meeting of veterans promises ' its  wholehearted support to its eu-  dorsation of any policy that the  Canadian Legion through its Provincial and Dominion Commands  may find it necessary to adopt in  directing the attention of the  Dominion legislature to the  serious condition of affairs now  existing among ve erans, pensioners and non-pensioners alike.  AND KE IT FURTHER  SOLVED that the federal member of parliament, representing  this constituency, be asked to  give his unlimited support in the  next session of the Dominion  Parliament, to any proposals that  may be made by the Canadian  Legion and kindred veteran  organization that would lend to  give Canada a more humane ad-  Cranbrook has $19,197 of  taxes unpaid.  For 1933 Salmon Arm had a  total   rainfall    of 22.53 inches.  Penticton hast $22,04-3 of 1933  taxes outstanding, as compared  with $16,930 in 1982.  Vernon had a December snowfall of 27 inches. In the average  year it is less than 14 inches.  The 1933 dividend of the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.,  Trail, will be-jit the rate of $1.50  per share.  Penticton's    precipitation    for  193S  was    13.43 inches    Thre  inches of this was from the annual  snowfall.  Cranbrook council has reduced  its bank loan from $30,000 at the  end of 1932 to $12,000 at the  close of 1933.  New buildings erected at Penticton in 1933 are valved at  $31,070. A year aso the figure  was $72,960.  The output of Trail smelter for  1933 is valued at $13,289,800.  In 1932 it was valued at  $13,832,177;  102 births were registered at  Bonners Ferrv last vear* as compared with 112 in 1932. There  were 50 deaths.  The C.P.R. has cut down the  passenger train service between  Kaslo and Nakusp to one' train  every two weeks.  By a versy c narrow majority  Salmon Arm -fast month voted  against the opening of beer parlors in that town,  Unless there is a big improvement in business this month the  moving jj.icturert%atre at Golden will be closed, v  The first travelling show seen  .n .Golden in a number of years  was there last week, playing  "Uncle Tom's Cabin."  ���������-- I  7     .   J:  NOW IS THE ttme TO HAVE YOTJR "fi  GAR PUT IN SHAPE,              - 5  Estimates given free.       All work guaranteed. I  J.       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Ski-ing, Tobogganing; Happy  Snowshoe Parties, Skating. Every Winter Sport and  the carefree Carnival Spirit.  LOW RAILWAY FARES  from stations in Alberta and British Columbia.  wimWausryr 27 fo February &  Return limit February 5.  A. ~1-   Alma  ���������rvsrv cue  rT������: ~*l-~4.      A rnm^mm*.  Caitadiati Pacific  ^.c^m.*..m.A~.A.  I  .A.A.A.A.Ai.A.A  .A   aH.rB.nB> IBB  ^r*~.f>..lAa������s~A^ii.->A~*.������*mAmaK^aA.  ll    fi1*i*    a    at a    m.a    a  A.A.A.fm,A,m\  A,A.A  re-  IMPROVED  The Gazettef feels sure Grand  Forks wi!! be a port of call on  the proposed new airplane line between Spokane and Alaska.  Deer are doing,damage to  orchards in some parts of the  Okanagan. Even 8 foot fences  will not keep them away from the  trees.  Fernie reports that for Pec-  ember, a weather record was  established in that the mercury only went to zero on one  occasion.  Fernie Rotary club distributed  450 turkeys to needy fam iii e at  Christmas and New Years, and  still has $175 of its Christmas  cheer fund left.  C. S. Leary of Nakusp, M.P. P.  for Kaslo-Siocan, believes the  Pattullo government will inaugurate its "work with wages'"  policy at the first of April.  Instead of organizing a young  men's board of trade at Penticton  the officers of the regular board  have agreed to let the young  bloods have all the , offices in  1984.  By a. vote of 374 to 224 Boundary county voted against spending $105,000 in erecting a new  county building at Bonners  Ferry, of which the federal  authorities - agreed to put up  $60,000.  Gait Co&L     Wildfire Lump  /.������������������,: '-Michel -Piirnuc^ ::^::l^  -*';*���������" ���������       i   .   -^i"-'' "f .' ��������� r!-- < T        '     s      " *j" -���������"���������    A*-m    . r-\i. -   t x" .'  ~"        "'    ti r  The most economical Goal for Keating  procurable in the westl  Contains more heat and fewer ashes and costs no more.  H. S. MCCREATH  COA.L,   WOOD,       'FILO"U'Rb7KBB'K>  ������3  i  1  i  4  4  4  4  ���������i  *  4  4  .<  a  4  4  ^.'^'V'VVP ilyiuv* V"W m'm-'m) " V'" W T" ,]9"W '��������������� 'WW 'g'B *g"g *<g* V 'V ' V " W "V U.    W **J"Vr'"V*V W������V  Xour Pocket  used as  a  bank  has many  disadvantages.  Money  carried  in   it. is easy to  spend on  -trifles or may be lost  #*r stoieEu  Weekly deposits in bur Savings Batals  esx will accumulate rapidly.  Small or laree accounts are welcona-a.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������f-^T?   mT^d^WmAIL.i'TJaTjtT^Ef  %mjs:  ^%mJS^NLsls^A^sl  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes. Manager  EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1st, Standard Shifting Car will  operate daily Cafaaty to Vancouver via Macleod. Fernie  Cranbrook and Nelson.    Car to Calgary wiii operate via  Lethbridge*  1-CfJ  (p      Seate available between Calgary and Crowsnest points.  ^ Direct connection from Spokane and beyond.  ���������Lv. Calgary 6.40 p.m.       Arrive Calgary 10.30 p.m.  *-*'  3eC  &t&tM*4*mmW1MmMWtmWtm^  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting* Company of Canada, Ltd.  TRAIL..   BRITISH COLUM&tA  DAILY SEX VICE  I ifc^^fc' w^^R .Bl ^W flr^^wh WMIr < M 'tis"' FaT* B.^W *,',;  ^^X^^^^^^^^^^Sf^ff^^^^^^^Sf^  FOR YOUR  TRY,US  We use only one grade of*  material���������the best.  Your money back if work is  nat satisfactory.  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DRESS-MAKING  DESIGNING  HANDMADE FLOWERS  Particularly an intensive/  systematic^training in cutting,  Designing "and the making of  women's and children's garm-  There was a good turnout at the ratepayers' meeting on Tuesday night, which  was presided over by Rev. A. Walker,  with John Murrell acting as seeretarv.  A report cf proceedings ia unavoidably  Orowueu out xhis issue, but wiii appear  next week.  QUALITY FIRST  _   fc**r*c-#  Our course of instruction  meets the needs of the beginner,  the amateur or the experienced  professional who would like to  learn an up-to-date system of  designing and cutting or to get  a training hi the teaching of  sewing.  Enroll in time to make your  Sirring wardrobe.  MISS LILLIAN LEWIS  Over Imperial Grocteria, CRESTON  Local and Personal  WANTED-~Hand power 7 washing  machine, must be in good, shape... Mrs.  P. Knott, Canyon.   Phone 43R.  TYPEWRITER FOR SALE���������Corona,  No, 3, good ss new, and going  Can be seen at Review office.  Ciaeap.  Christ Church Women's Auxilia:  having an afternoon bridge at tbe  Hal!,   Wednesday,   February 7th, with  cards from 2 30   to   5  o'clock    Lunch  served.   Admission 25 cents.  FOR RENT���������Three acres of bearing  orchard, opposite Sinclair's hardware,  store, Creston. Will rent for cash or on  shares. .Enquire R. Walmslty, Creston,  or write owner, B. Johnson, Kitchener,  B.C.  Bonners Ferry ladles' and men's  basketball teams wiii be here for games  against   CrestonV rep.   teams, at Park  pavilion cn Saturday night. 27th,  the girls* cia-sh  at .8  jiiiSoJOji 25 iau cents.  n'������i'A������l,        1*1-=  T������      e_aa   JL>eijee      KSLJUJBWEf  with  Most everybody in the valley got a  letter. on Saturday morning when the  1934 school tax notices came to hand.  At' Creston, with-$8125.00 required for-  school purposes it has- hpon ������������ecessary to  :levy a rate of IO.*/*** mitts, which is much  the same as a year ago.  FOR SALE��������� New Victoria Strawberry, plants. Strong, h earty pi ants*  producing hpavy crops, lafgesberries and  excellent \ shippers. Order now. 100  plants $1, 500 plants. $3 or 1000 plants,  $5. Special price on large orders,  fhone 4*2 M.   V. Brixa, Creston.  At the annual meeting of Creston  public library association on Saturday  afteenoon the old board of directors consented to retain office until tbe end of  June, at which time final decision will be  made as to_coritmuing the library in  operation, ihe library is grateful to  Mrs. F. H, Jackson for a donation of  books.  But three names were placed in nomination for village ' y commissioners on  Monday, and they have been declared  elected by acclamation. The council for  the next two years will bp A. Comfort,  F. H. Jackson, Chas. Murrell. They  have their first session on February 7th.  when they sit as assessment roll court of  revision.  Walker's hotdog stand did some extra  ���������business during the past week. On  Tuesday last the Pharmacy basketball  quintette were hostesses to coach G. H.  Kelly, who wagered a feed of thp  "doggies" that the Pharmacists would  trim the High Reps, which they did by  a 12-8 margin/ but this Tuesday Coach  Kelly had to set 'em up, when his' wager  that the pill pounder's quint, would not  wm over the High Fliers went   haywire.  The Woman's Auxiliary to Creston  Valley Post Canadian Legion met in January session on Wednesday evening last,  with the president, Mrs. W. McL.  Cooper in the hair. It was decided to  hold a whist and ? bridge drive on February 2nd. Committee to take charge  is Mrs W, H. Cartwright, Mr?. Lowther.  Mrs. F. Putn*������m and Mrs. L- Timmou*-.  The supper hostesses were Mrs: W. V.  Jackf-on, Mrs.* J. E. Johnston. Mrs K.  Knott and Mrs. Powell.  Death has claimed a former old time  and well known Creston resident in   the  ass?? bbss an *lb  PHONE 52L  i    i:ui#Lun.i-  P.O. Box 31  GRESTON  PHONE 19  WHOL.ESAL.E  ffETAIL.  mxmm  WEEK-E MB   SP EC SAL  mm Pftumn* $ Pnnhd  | uunaHduubua  \ lb. tisi -*��������� ��������� 1 Be*.r  1 lb* tin���������-25c.  m^mW MBA. *������jS  tsjug  J JrmiSsSSGBiS  Maxweil  gjg-i- mmmm, mm.  ^^S^AjSu 4\mMr  ai������8tt3 0JI68S8  I  Pound  SEE THIS !  Victoria on  Oi  _   William  T������������   nayw-r  Ginger Snaps i  Two   Potmds     1  27c 1  M&* f &KEAWBEIRlf  85 years. In addition to his widow he  leaves two sons, Ronald in Australia,  and Arthur of Victoria, and one  daughter,-- Dorothy, at home. Burial  took place. at Victoria on TuesdaS*.  The late Mr. Stark was one of the early  orehardists in 'Creston district, leaving  here about ten years ago to reside at the  coast.  St. Stephen's Presbyterian Young  People's Society had the annual meettn g  on Monday night when . officers for 1934  were elected as ioiiows:  Hon. Pr sident���������Mx������. J. W. Dow.  President���������Duncan Ross.  "Vice President.���������Ruth Hare.  Secretary���������Harold Beningea.  Treasurer���������Campbell MacDonald.  Committees: Devotional���������D. Ross, R,  Hare, H. Beninger Missionary���������Mrs.  (Rev "* Thomson. IVffembershi"���������Herb  Couling.   Social���������Fay Tompkins.  ��������� anuniBw ���������-*������ i e**  tS AAiAAAmAk Jf      MAOV|  3g���������   C&  -^-���������      ia>-1T-'li*mri^ll*frl   imM  .t%mmtimtmmmm%mm%,,m\mi%*m%a^.  -A-A-A- A . ^..A-A-A.A^b-K.  EARLY APPLES  While there is a surplus of Apples generally there is still a  shortage on the market of good early dessert varieties. Earfe  Mclntomh^the ROB ROY Mac���������ripens two weeks later than  Ye!lowl;T.ra^ so far ahead \of any of her apple? in  its season as to be in a class entirely by itself. The Qutstarid*"  ing NEW APPLE since its illustrious parent* Mcintosh Red,  was introduced, GET STARTED WITH THIS MONEYMAKER NOW.  Get in touch with our district representative  W; V. JACKSON, CRESTON  ������->������������������'-���������������������������<���������  *������F  Trinity  H. M. EDDIE& SONS  Pacific Coast Nurseries  *"--"!  LIMITED  SAROIS, B.G.  ������ki  Bh>i*l.  ^ (  *,  A'  A  m  .  A  .  A'.  m  A  .A  .A  .m  .A  mAkmA.  mJA  mm  .A.  .A.J.  mA  mm  mA.  .A.  mA  mA  ~A.  *���������  .A.  .A.  mA  ���������  aAm  .A.  mJk  .A.  mm  .A>4  mJk.  mmtm  mAmtm  kJmU  AMmA  Bj.mcers  for" 19.  Church   Women's    Missionary   Society  have been elected as foiiows:  Presidenfc-^-r^rs-W. J. Avery.  VicerPrepident-r-Mrs.R.C. Phillips.  Secretaryrrf-Mrs7F Bunt.  Treasurers-Mrs. J. W. Robinson.  Asociatt? Helper���������Mrsi R. Comfort.  M.M. Secy.^���������Mrs. J. W. Robinson.  Temp- See^-V-^Mris. P. Boffey.  '   SudoIvtgecjrl^Mrs. F. Bunt.  ���������-���������*��������� -Stfa1riger^*S"^!yi41-"M:r8* A-vWalker. -  C-S Secy.-^i^Il7C. Phillips.  1938 pfoyz&Jtp.beoneof the most usefnl  in the sodetyVliistory^arid the members  look forward !to: ari active 1934.  The pastor reported the Young  People's Society away to "a good start for  1984;Tne Sunday school report was  presented by Mrsl M. J. Boyd, showing  an ehroimerit of 85 with mne teachers.  Mrs. T-" W." Bundy reported for the  Ladies Aid," and her statement indicated  another active year, despite depressed  conditions and s decreased membership.  The president, Mrs. Henderson, also  spoke briefly on the .work of the aid.  Mrs. John Saerwood and Miss A.  Fleeetwood reported aa encouraging and  successful year for the W. M.S. For the  board of managers H. H. Taylor presented a successful year, particularly in the  way of finances, which are in better  shape than for some years past.  M. J. Boyd, clerk, reported for the  session, giving a good outline of the  word, showing an increased membership  and especially-good attendances at communion services;  After two vacancies !n the board of  managers had been filled by acclamation,  the board for 1334 is as foiiows: T. W.  Bundy and John Sherwood, one year;  G. H. Kelly and M. J. Boyd, two years;  Dr, Henderson and H. H. Taylor, three  years.  Votes of thanks were tendered all the  organizations; and. at the close refreshments -*vere served.  ���������"Iff 4*1  Under the auspices of the  Legion   Ladle'  Auxiliary  J^ .   .   '.?-.-���������������.      B������ ������������������-'  a x&st&B. gS.aU  CRESTON  m ���������  ��������� HBIB VH  |-Llls  Cards at 8.00 p.m*  St. Stephen's Has  Annual Meeting  JL 1    WILL 111������Cati V JijjfC A^v^O i.   l.^Eiij������j  THAN  NOW to  get a  WINTER  OVER-  HAUIViSi^ for^CAR or TRUCK.  Our Soelaai Rates Save Monev  CECIL MOORE'S  Phone 16  Jm.A.A.A..A..A.A.mm.A^k.mA.A..A.  ARAGE  CRESTON  Reports Show Presbyterian Con-  grggation. ; Flourishing���������Young  People's Work Active���������Sunday School Enrolment is 85.  Adirilssion  35  BVaV-fWi*  sswaa  '&*-&n&**m**4&*&i&*&f^  ?J**������:;  atn i-hi w si a a a w������m  *������^*'^*W>*i*1^-       ..   ���������J^^^"^^^^-������l,,,,aB^Si*BB^-~������'tM*MW"-H"aV.- |atM||| ,.,,       ,     - <������������������I W���������al . M "���������_ "Jl ftW    jtjVHMSBk, ^g******l  rft ��������� *ci*MeiiMi^ttB^BSg|g.gBSg^  'rWW TO PAYCASH AT THE IMPERIAL  Saturday and  Spaoiais  li%^aW^^r^^<4*ffw'^m  mw\m4kJmkmJkmmm\Ammm)^mm.mm^mmm^A  Tim OLD PROVERB  AVED IS A $ EARNEI  Take advantage of our special introductory offer on  No S6ot.   N*o Clinkera.   Moat clear heat per dollar.  Corbin Washed FURNACE, for Heaters, etc.. ton .1$ 8.0<?  Corbin Washed SPECIAL, '-'excellentforFtirttace, etc     7.00  We also carr*/ a full stock of the reliable JEWEL Lump   8.85  PO.BOX 79  ^^^w*a^m^w^^ApVk^^k^m^wk^m^mi^wm^m<^,  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE lfl  immtmmaa w Mtmf W*>uib mkmfw 4mAm*Am49kma*im^mA aaiaaM <  ��������� M^#^JR  The congregation of St. Stephen's  Presbyterian,,' Church had > its annual  meeting on January 15 h with the  pastor, Rev. A. O. Thomsons presiding,  and H. H. Taylor, taking the minutes.  Reports submitted from all departments indicated that the church  a flourishing condition. Mrs.  Thomson's Dougla*** Mission  which has been lately organized  encouraging report submitted by Ethel  McLaren. Weekly meeting have been  held under Mrs. Thomson's supervision  assisted by Hughena McCreath. with an  average attendance.of 12 menr-berK.  was in  (Rev.)  Band,  had  an  KIPPER SNACKS, 2 for     : ..... v������������������-*LLj........  King Oscar���������Boneless.  SAIR DATES. 2 ibs  ^^ *"^~~ *"      ^a^r- ������   m   *m    ^aamr mm** J mwaw      m*mtwmm .. r ���������*,   i>fn,,i,,���������,    +..m........mo *.t    ..���������**..*..,  New Crop and Clean.  PORK & BEANS, Clark's, 3 tins,���������. ���������  Individual size. #    -   -  ��������� GRAPE NUTS     The Pep giving cereal.  VVJHEATLETS, G-lb. sack            29  COFFEE, Fresh Ground .....      .27  Gains its,favor through its flavor.  $ .17  .17  .    .17  .17  SODAS, Wooden Box, per box..   16 dozen crackers..  3?  o  TOMATOES, Holly, 21-tins, 9 tins    1.00  Choice quality.  ������a> ..'���������������������������;���������' ��������� '     '     mm  (l>*ttf''l>!fy������*l!'ll^9'lfl*������/!^  HE TOOK JUSTICE  FOR A RIDE I  Black ,Maak: straining Horse,  arid a Six-Gun���������to win 100,000  Acres and a Girl! Zane Grey's  Dramma of the Boulder Dam  Lands.  ZANE GREY'S  ' dVI vst-i������ IT 10 LI &  ���������    H|k'l'-" 'jj':"-    -''''���������''''''���������'a r'  EfU" m ^mm jg__^__,--|*_8W '  Wa    AA  laJ ^SA/^M ^A0^  m.  i  with  KENT TAYLOR  IONA ANDRE  IRVING PICKEL  GAIL PATRICK  WARREN 0YMER  Comedy M ��������������� M News  W  WINTER NEEIOi?S  IfRBWER'S  YEAST FIAKES ^Ccncentrated Vitiuninri Bl nnd  B2, 6 os6   PAMCE/.f*���������A Sea Food, used as n savor in food, Jiko salt; crtn-  tains Vi amine A, B, D and E   HALIVER OIL in capsuloa o? drops.  COD UVEtt OiL PUETESr, Vitamin tested, 10 oz   COD LIVER OIL���������Flavored, Purtest, Vitamin tested, 1G 035....  COD LIVER OIL AND MALT EXTRACT WITH IRON   MELLO MA IT��������� Preparation of Cod Liver Oil and Beet Malt.  Absolutely no taste of f|-"h, large bottle.   OSTOOBN (Concentrated Vitnniinn of Cod Liver Oil, oapecinllv  Yiiatmi) ui���������Ono ctrop equal to two spoonfuls of Pure Cod  Liver Oil, bottle   .76  .SO  .OO  1.25  1.25  1.25  LOO  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  TUBS  &15XALL  RTOTtW  **JfX*if"43c������-jf^^^^%^^^������^^^^^X-Jf"������*^"S3f THM   VM.VSTVN   JBJK V JUE W  I- OSSasCiS TO xne  -i^ejephone  doctor came  in  time  Tom Henderson learned the  value of the telephone when his wife  took ill. The aoctor was notified  by telephone, and soon after he  was at the sick woman's bedside.  He was sent for "just in time,"  he told Tom.  Thanks to medical skill���������and  the telephone���������Mrs. Henderson's  life was saved.  "And I used to think we could  get along without si telephone,"  said Henderson. 4*I know better  now."  Kootenay Telephone Go,  LIMITED  THE GRESTON REVIEW  leeiiaj*!   AnAM.   -C^mS^S...   ������������a.   /-*.������������_.*..������_      T> /"���������  ..mrmm.mm    >i������*.JJ     *.- M MXtO^T    ������**���������    V/������aS08.������������a,    MJ.-KS-  Subscription:    $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON, B.C.,   FRIDAY,   JAN. 26  warm weather yesterday; We  drove around this country, up  around Lake Steveri3,_and have  enjoyed the scenery, Greee grass  growing after all this rain, and  cattle feeding in pasture.  In December we had only a few  decent days. Rain and rain.  Farmers on the bottom or low  land had a tough time; Some had  to move upstairs in their houses;  others moved out to some upland.  The flood did not do much damage ere. Washed out a few here  and there.  But these floods seem to fertilize the land. If there is a winter  without high water, they claim it  means a poor crop. So far I can  see things are picking up very  good here. People are getting  work all over. Roads, bridge and  construction work Is under way  and they are paying 50 cents per  hour; six hour day, and five-day  week,  Merchants say they had a  brisker Christmas business fchis  year than for two years previous,  and I believe so, because we went  to Everett the Saturday before  Christmas to do some shopping  but, O, boy, what a crowd. Every  store packed to capacity, and  looked like everybody had their  arms full of packages going out.  We are figuring on going to  Vancouver next Saturday to visit  some of our former neighbors and  friends, and suppose we wiii  stay there a couple of weeks then  come back here again for awhile;  then hike back to Creston.  When you are away in a foreign  paper from your  id that is what  we are getting as you were  prompt in changing our Review  from Creston to our present  home.    Wishing you all a happy  ministration of pensions and  greater consideration to the many  difficulties of thoseSwho served  the country in its time of need.  Ii  OUR K.B.O. BRSilDGAST  I  Cranbrook has $19,197 of 1933  taxes unpaid.  For 1933 Salmon Arm had a  total   rainfall    of  22.58  inches.  f***AV������aV'l������ll-AM   tmimrn.    (BOO t\AO  a m,M.m-UM-ul.\Sm.   IiC80    af>������B&*,V-3V  UJ  1000  JL.*tU\P  ffl   ���������   '������������������-.               TV v Ciaaw .*Z������������m*Mim.*������^. ������g%*.*llL*������������e !t!             -??"-".' 'am.  *KW    ���������                                                                                             <S.   tT mjT     ^mSrm\mlS      *mA"*A*m ��������� **> wm4*0���������������* ���������*~^J*   aa    *awm*m     ���������������*���������    ������*���������������* ������������������������*������*     ������������������������������,% -tag  *W                                                                                               ���������                                                                                                                                                                                                         '  W  - -������������������' &  s������Z>  \*  m ipb  NOW TR THE TIME TO HAVE YOHR  7 CAR PUT IN SH^PE -  Estimates given free.       AU work guaranteed.  We have the repairs and parts on hand, and .are fully   ������������������{  equipped to handle all jobs. ������  S  m%  lana just get a  old home town, and that  ������ _**  as  1 New Year.  ������  ��������� aV.ei*a#  ise  IV  i iii. L.EJ81 uri  ������������>���������     9  v W0.a*mrwmAawa    ar ��������� aa. - m  ������   mm.mmmi.mm v.Sm      -m^   M������    ������B  Snohomish. Wash.,  E.  VV iVyiVO "A swjvij..  taxes outstanding,  as compared  with $16,930 in 1932.  Vernon had a December snowfall of 27 inches. In the average  year it is less than 14 inches.  The 1938 dividend of the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.,  -Trails-will be ,at the rate of $1.50  per share.  Penticton's    precipitation    for  1933  was    13.43 inches    Thre  inches of this was from the annual  snowfall.  Cranbrook council has reduced  its bank loan from $30,000 at the  end of 1932 to $12,000 at the  close of 1933.  New buildings erected at Penticton in 1933 are valved at  $31,070. A year ago the figure  was $72,960.  The' output of Trail smelter for  1933 is valued at $13,289,800.  In    1932    it    was    valued     at  ������i t qqo -t fin-.  apjB.J t*J<JCm,J. M.  ESTO  111 %9 I lJK������  u  m.W STREET at BABTOH AVE. GRESTON  <?'*-*-*t.������'-M^^  a  1  'm^wwvww *���������mw4a���������m���������^^���������mm���������w*v���������m9���������w���������  'aj'B'^r1"'"'  *m.vmww  "������.���������<������ 'W ww  'WW' ~A  4  ���������i    *"S Q"������"B  ���������  4    1 d i fl  R KlBVif ������A ������  *>>;-W'  -a ao  births  were registered at  Bonners Ferrv last year, as compared with 112 in 1932. There  were 50 deaths.  -T*S������~  jr. Amx*  r������ -p to  llVmWJS?  afT-8-B*-| I-  ���������uuvvii  4t.lm.sm  PFiSlfllS  RFSOI iffiiii  I  Adopted by Crest&n  Canadian Legion  r aaa.c.p ������ va.  passenger train   service between  Kaslo and Nakusn to one  every two weeks, r-  *fl**-i*������-Oi *���������**-*���������*  V* ������*���������*.*  Jan.-8,'1934.  Editor Review:  Sir,-���������Well* we still are in God's  country, as they are saying here,  and it sure looks fine now. Had  sunshine    for  a few days,  and  mr <ij>  Spring Planting!  H  9!  vote-'*  \JL  Salmon Arm'"fast month  against the opening of beer parlors in that town.  ;       A great new, all red, early-color  - m-j Mcintosh.    A true Mcintosh  b in quality, size, shape and flavor���������  ��������� but can be picked earlier and save  ��������� the heavy drop, and grades 20%  b more into Fancy and Extra Fancy.  b The Riverside Nurseries of Grand  a Forks has the sole right of this  j apple for British Columbia.  5 COMPLETE NURSERY  : STOCK  : of all descriptions.     Now is the  ; time to place that order, so that  ��������� you will get what you want for  : spring planting. Prices are right.  ; Call in and get latest catalogue.  LOCAL AGENT:  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  m  ���������0  WHEREAS this meeting of  veterans called'*' by the Creston  Valley Post, No. 29, branch of  the Canadian Legion, considers  that the present, trend of pension  administration is unsympathetic  and unjust, and is obviously designed to accomplish drastic retrenchment in complete disregard  of the rights and needs of pensioners.  "'"AND WHEREAS the present  activities of the Department of  Pensions and National Health are  causing serious hardship and distress among veterans and their  dependents;  BE IT RESOLVED thai this  meeting of veterans promises its  wholehearted support to its ea-  dorsation of any policy that the  Canadian Legion through its Provincial and Dominion Commands  may find it necessary to adopt in  directing the attention of the  Dominion legislature to the  serious condition of affairs now  existing among ve erans, pensioners and non-pensioners alike.  AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the federal member of parliament, representing  this constituency, be asked to  give his unlimited support in the  next session of the Dominion  Parliament, to any proposals that  may be made by the Canadian  Legion and kindred veteran  organization that would tend to  give Can;-da a more humane ad-  Unless there is a, big improvement in business tbis month the  moving *oictui!erts^atre at Oold-  en will be closed, v  ���������       ������������������ -    *.   "- - -       ��������� ���������# i  The first travelling show seen  .n Golden in a number of years  was there last week, playing  "Uncle Tom's Cabin."  The Gazettef feels sure Grand  TC\i-xWl������������ar������   snrrvll     %**%      **       %������������������.**.������������������������*���������      ^^^      ���������^���������^ll       <*���������������������������*  Xs VA jjttO     7T4II      AmTC       Cm       ������/X-**i *���������"/       VIA        *C*CtJ I        UH  the proposed new airplane line between Spokane and Alaska.  [WINTER SPORTS  \ CARNIVAL���������JAH. 31st to FEB? 4fli  ���������  ���������  1  I  THRILLS of speed! Ski-ing, Tobogganing, Happy  Snowsboe Parties, Skating. Every Winter Sport and  the carefree Carnival Spirit.  IVaTilt-alfVan   i  FARES  from stations in Alberta and British Columbia.  mi^BSgs^g^mm* St-W to Fm������a^egask*ur A  Return limit February 5.   Ask the Ticket Agent.  anadimn Pacific  f-   -���������   f*1- m. .m. a..*.. ^- m :^������  m.m..m   a.a  mk.m.m   a.  ������ab^a^.  !i^'-Ani*>-T-f*-iAr^iff,ini*l1  ���������dl^B*B^aB-BBfcB-fca-'<^������Bj'lBBBTBa**pVBt������,a*B^^  Deer  ^4 mm w^..v a...  _to  orchards in some parts of the  Okanagan. Even 8 foot fences  will not keep them away from the  trees.  TV  Fernie reports that for i^ec  ember a weather record was  established in that the mercury only went to zero on one  occasion.  Gait Coal.     Wlidfire Lump  -/v'V  1    ' vv; ��������� -. "^'���������- ". -rr<h.,   .,-:-.v.r- V 'y\?.. 7,^?": './.-.;; ~j~J:':-.],j~'. '.-'     :  The most economical Coal for.-Heating.-"--  procurable in the west 1  Contains more heat and fewer ashes and costs no more.  COAL,    WOOD,       FLOUR,. "FEED  "���������V -Sr* '"'W "���������m' "*  . ^-- _. - ^ -  V~ 19" ~ '���������jr- -W ~  distributed  familie    at  Years,  and  Christmas  IMPROVED  EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1st, Standard Sleeping Car will  operate daily Calgary to Vancouver via Macleod, Fernie  Cranbrook and Nelson.    Car to Calgary will operate via  Lethbridge.  "'tween Calgary and Crowsneat points.  Direct connection from Spokane and beyond.  a^JLi*. Calgary 6.40 p.m.       Arrive Calgary 10.30 p.m.  % DAIL Y SER VICE  k.nl  a....j.. .>,,.������:i,.u���������������  Fernie Rotary club  450 turkeys to needy  Christmas and New  still   has   $175 of its  cheer fund left.  C. S. Leary of Nakusp, M.P.P.  for Kaslo-Slbcan, believes the  Pattullo government will inaugurate its "work with wages"  policy at the first of April.  Instead of organizing a young  men's board of trade at Penticton"  the officers of the regular board  have agreed to let the young  bloods have all the , offices in  1934.  By a vote of 874 to 224 Boundary county voted against spending .$105,000 in erecting a new  county building at Bonners  Ferry, of which the federal  authorities agreed to put up  $60,000.  FOR YOUR  //"���������*������������������    I/M--B ������������������"% If"*** "���������***������������   at   11*%/**'  SHOE REPAIRS  TRY US  We use only one grade of  material���������the best.  JA.^-^J' W.A.M.  used as  a  bank  has many  disadvantages.  Money carried  in   ii. is  easy to  spend on  -trifles or may be lost  *qt stolen*  ,  "Weekly deposits Sua busr Savings Banls  wall accumulate rapidly.  Ssrt������*i! or larsse accounts are welcomeis  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CapStal Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  es&  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes* Manager  A**W*W*W*������t*������&**9)^l\&m^dXfZA  [9mVmi������������mi^������jmmmWm]m\w^  -"'* ���������--'-���������---:-r"-  ��������� ..   I   : J4mmWA ���������AWm**   A  ->m.   ..    P ' ^WBBB.   ...,','  kf    ������1  The Consolidated Mfnirag &  Smelting: Company of Canada, Ltd.  TRAIL.   BRITISH COLUMBIA  I  Your  is  money back if work  nat satisfactory.  Work  ready when   promised.  a^OA ^^_    ^^^^    ^^ m^m a*MH MMt  AmW  a#S m    S^nMm^mwWiMBOmtiM  Shoe and   Harneae   Rcoairinu  Manufacturer-* of  ELEPHANT Brand  Chemical Fertilizers  Producer-* and Rcfinera of  TADANAG Brand  Electrolytic  Ammonium Phosphate  Sulphate of Ammonia  Triple  Superphosphate  ���������  Lead-Zinc  Cadmium-Bismuth  aW-M-WaP^  3XS.  ���������������������������ac������inl,'n;nniinimiJi.i.'l.Mia������ieny  Have YOU Paid Your  Subscription?  :?$!  mwWm*mmLtAk-k)AAmUmi������AMml  ^ivv^Aix.r^^HWti'-WM^1^^***^^-^.-*.*.,'*  A*J.,j:J<iu,.j.^.**m.j^lJmki^  f^MlJjA 1. j A.^1 m .U.L^ ''���������n'Sps  IH 15  . 4J������������iSST-UXi  *i-r ���������**���������** tu c *si*������ "aw  Academy or  tiff        'JSml  For insturction in  DRESS - MAKING  DESIGNING  HANDMADE FLOWERS  Particularly an intensive,  systematic training in cutting,  Designing and the .making of  women's and children's garments, kjxxt course of instruction  meets the needs of the beginner,  the amateur or the experienced  professional who would like to  learn an up-to-date system of  designing and cutting or to get  a training in the teaching of  sewing. -��������� "?-���������.".  Enroll in time to make your  mJmUlg SmTMit    AMfi  'm?? ���������5?*5*"*^&  MISS LILLIAN LEWIS  Over Imperial Grocteria. CRESTON  There was a good turnout at tbe ratepayers' meeting on Tuesday nighty which  was presided over by Rev. A. Walker,  with John Murrell acting as secretary.  A report o? proceedings ir. unavoidably  /atmrrwa^Ail    *Amk +  '���������'UJna   C *-a *b t������ ������*. aU������������V       ������-.*! i 1        *r_,r^l������ T  wav*'WV������������    Xa-a*������V    ������Ult3   lOOUQ;        M U l*        WAI|       <9!>^jCBat  next week.  Most everybody in the valley got a  letter on Saturday morning when the  1934 school tax notices came to hand.  At Creston, with.$8125.00 required for-  school purposes it has been necessary to  -levy a rate of 10"J^ mills, which is much  the same as a year ago.  FOR SALE���������New Victoria Strawberry plants. Strong, hearty plants,  producing hpavy crops, large berries and  excellent ��������� shippers. Order now. 100  plants $1, 500 plants. S3 or 1000 plants,  $5; Special J>rice on large orders,  t-hone 42 M.    V.  Brisa, Creston.  At  -r\ffiH1i/*  m**mm*r - a.  the annual meeting of Creston  -,library association on Saturday  afteenoon the old board of directors consented to retain otnce until the end of  June, at which time final decision will  made as to continuing the library  operation. The library is grateful  Mrs. F. H. Jackson for a donation  books.  &A������*U*M ft****"-.*----  PHONE 52L  UUKKSt  GR  WSLf-*!  CRESTON  PH0ME1S  WHOLESALE  RETAIL.  WW      EL    E    K  SPECIALS  be  in  to  of  i Vnumnt*Pintoem  a yyffcilidyuuua  ��������� ?7V.,7^.,7.;7.  ��������� -     -4    99     ���������'���������'   m* mm   ma  ������ - 7 ^ ID. tin'��������� '.:��������� I DC*  lb, tin -25c.  Local and Persona!  WANTED���������-Hand power , washing  machine, must be in good, shape.. .Mrs.  F. Knott, Canyon.    Phone 43R.  TYPEWRITER FOR SALE  No. 3. good as new. ��������� and going cheap.  Can be seen at Review office.  Christ Church Women's Auxiliary are  having an afternoon bridge at tbe Parish  Hall, Wednesday, February 7thr with  cards from 2 30 to 5 o'clock Lunch  served.   Admission 25 cents*  FOR RENT���������Three acres of bearing  orchard, opposite Sinclair's hardware,  store, Creston. Will rent for cash or on  shares. Enquire R. Walmslty, Creston,  or write owner, B. Johnson, Kitchener,  B.C.  --'-��������� ...-;v V*<"  Bonnere Ferry ladies' and men's  basketball teams will be here for games  against - Creston*^ ren. - tessas at Park  pavilion cn Saturday "night. 27th, with  the girls* clash at 8 o'eioea.The admission is &5 cents.   Dance   renews  But three names were placed in nom-  "if-      A.* <*F ������������������! .     - ^^ \ ��������� ������        _  Iuuv'iCu      ������vjr       VuiagS    #  CGijifijiooiGlifcl o     OI8  Monday, and they have been declared  elected by acclamation. The council for  the next two years will be A. Comfort,  F. H. Jackson, Chas. Murrell. They  have their first session on February 7th.  when they sit as assessment roll court  of  *���������**<*���������������7** a"*"*! ���������**-*-**  Walker's hotdog stand did some extra  business during the past week. On  Tuesday, last  the Pharmacy basketball  KRAFT  01  Valletta Ghease  gtf  fli���������" . UmmT&mmft  Blue  S&SBa Mmmfm mm  -   mM^.~~~  : ^B'm\iSfm%SP  BWWm������m& ^~  SEE THIS!  osnafo  3 fins.  u  ���������usee  aWak Q        .  S'tntyntr  liopd  S. wtArjr*  Smm^M*AAAAim.m������ mm  a uyi!M*������  27c^  Mo* f OREAMERY  Quintette were bostesses to coach  ii.  Kelly, who wagered a feed of thp  "doggies" that the Pharmacists would  pn.,.BO ftrim the High Reps, which they did by  corona, ^2-8 margin, but this Tuesday Coach  Keiiy had to set 'era up, when his wager  that the pill pounder's quint, would not  wfii over the High Fliers went   haywire.  The Woman's Auxiliary to Creston  Valley Post Canadian Legion met in January session on Wednesday evening last,  with the president, Mrs. W; McL.  Cooper in the hair. It was decided to  hold a whist and - bridge drive on February 2nd. Committee to take charge  is Mrs W. H. Cartwright, Mr?. Lowther.  Mrs. F. Puth**m. and Mrs. L- Timmoue.  The supper hostesses were Mrs; W. V.  Jackson, Mrs.-J.--E7 Johnston. Mrs K.  Knott and Mrs. Powell.  oldtime  a aOfiuer  and well known Creston resident in  of , William   Playter   Stark  ";g age  passing   o!  1r~... imm.. j    ..AW.,,     m.m  UM  Urn  4JV  85 years. In addition to his widow  leaves two sons, Ronald in Australia,  and Arthur of Victoria, and one  daughter.. Dorothy, at home. Burial  took" place at Victoria on Tuesday.  The late Mr. Stark was one of the early  orehardists in "Creston district, leaving  here about ten. years ago to reside at the  j*/\������ao������>  .....M^'*  St. Stephen's Presbyterian Young  People's Society had the annual meeting  on Monday night when._. officers for 1934  were elected as follows:  Hon. Pr sident���������Mx������. J. W. Dow.  President���������Duncan Ross.  "Vice President���������Ruth Hare.  Secretary���������Harold Beningea.  Treasurer���������Campbell MacDonald.  Committees: Devotional���������D. Ross. R.  Hare, H. Beninger Missionary���������Mrs.-  (Rev) Thomson. Membership���������Herb  Couling.   Social���������Fay Tompkin s.  i**fc     m^,mkftfkM'Aw.m fm. -f.,Am_ ^ _ ,A T^f  ~a..A   mA.m.m    a -a . a , a . a , m  JaV������^aABB*JM*a&aavflk������aaA������  EARLY APPLES  While there is a surplus of Apples generally there is still a  shortage on the market of good early dessert varieties. Early  Melszi&sk���������the ROB ROY Mac���������ripens two weeks later than  yellow-.,Traxj*3jarerit, and is so far ahead-of any other apple in  its season as Ito be in a class entirely by itself.. The out*?tand*>  ~ing NEW APPLE ^nceJteiH^Jt^^^  aicrcBc* ������v������t:-MSkj3.<������f%������l "*" *-** "  **"*"       " "*���������      *""��������� **- ** "      ""*"*  vva������o  >>8i>l   V\4(JIB^GU.  MAKER NOW.  r-tTi-r*  VTlil  JL  o-n* ���������Drn-EiTB  TKrr-Ti-u  r������ -a. j. j.x  f-PTTTO  ���������3. XJLJ.KJ  iv/rr-ti**������.T-c������'v-  iUVX*l ALU JL m  Get in touch with our district representative  W. V. JACKSON, CRESTON  .H..M-. EDDIE & SONS,  Pacific Coast Nurseries  LIMITED  SARDIS, B.C.  Church  foir  a*   oi   xrumy  umtea  women's    Missionary   Society  have been elected as follows;  PresidentV-JJ^jSPts-W. J. Avery.  Vice-Presldeht���������Mrs.R.C. Phillips.  SejcfetaryrcrMrs, F Bunt,  Treasurer-^Mrs. J. W. Robinson.  Asociate Helper���������Mrs. R. Comfort.  M.M. Secy.���������Mrs. J. W. Robinson.  iemp. *secy.r--Mrs. P. Boffey.  Supply-Secy^Mrs. F. Bunt.  StrfiTjBery''S"reyi-^--n*rs. A.-w-aiker. -**  C.S Secy.���������Mrs. R. C. Phillips.  1933 proved^tp be one of the most usefnl  in the societyVhistory, and the members  look forward to an active 1934.  M. UC  psSbGr  Tepurteu  L.^   - -.-XT   l������       lUUIIg  People'sSociety away toa good start for  1934' Tne?Sunday .school report was  presented by^ Mrs; 7M. J. Boyd, showing  aii enrolment of 85 with nine teachers.  Mrs. T.' W.' Biindy reported for the  Ladies Aid,"1 and her statement indicated  another <active year, despite depressed  conditions and a decreased membership.  The president* Mrs. Henderson, also  spoke briefly on the work of the aid.  Mrs. John Saerwood .and Miss A.  Fleeetwood reported an encouraging and  successful year for the W.M.S. For the  board of managers H. H. Taylor presented a successful year,' particularly in the  way "of finances, which are in better  shape than for some years past.  M. J. Boyd, clerk, reported for the  session, giving a good outline of the  word, showing an increased membership  ami especially .good attendances at communion services?  After two vacancies in the board of  managers had been filled by acclamation,  the board for 1934 Is as follows: T. W.  Bundy and John Sherwood, one year;  G. H. Kelly and M. J, Boyd, two years:  Dr, Henderson and H. H. Taylor, three  years. ' '  Votes of thanks were tendered all the  organizations, and. at the close refreshments were served.  ssisgi  R.rBH.rB������_i  - nHuny m       m wBiMf-fiBfl -^BtatfiB ^B&^ktw ���������  m^mMWmmmmw*r      V3        ^   *���������&      iVULVUM      ^Ill/IPIgl     "^^^ffgr  Under the auspices of the  Legion   Ladle'  Auxiliary  JrkMriafi  H&ll  kmrnAkAJimS A kePJf*. .  EaT**"* I  mB  i Sea*  .BB-  5si in,  ���������    -'J  Vards at 8. OO p. m.  a s psi W s  if I_  Admission  WW  4i Aljll b^j^b^bV*  .A.A.A.  mJAmAm.AmAmjAmJAmAmAkmmmJkmmmjAmAmmmjAmAmmmJAm  '^AmA  .m.a_-a. _A._^._^._^._ A _m. m-m. m-m-m-m. a.aa.aaaa.^.   m . ^ , 0 ,_^ ,  .afc.������H,.A.A.A.<������.O.a������������.aV  IT WILL NEVER COST LESS  THAN  NOW to  get a   WINTEB   OVERHAULING for CAR or TRUCK.  C)������r Special Rates Save Money  Phone 16  CRESTON  St. Stephen s nas  Annua! Meetinff  Reports Show Presbyterian Coh-  .grggatioh Flourishing���������Young  People's Work Active���������Sunday School Rnrolment is 85.  *yi ^[r^^yr'l^^"������y*n)||lBiMTM^M^ria^iliBBa8B)Bg|| hmim������||iI mi M* ������������������!������������ MMiM-HM) tjytipniw "*���������������������������������>/��������� am1 mmm a Q ��������� *M.i-4marm������,\-^it,arm^~W^nmm^r^^\l^^^  mm**mmmtm*ammmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmamMm  m.A.mW.A.A.^.A.A.AUAmAmAmAiiy'iA^jLaLAmAm.A.AmAj  -."��������������������������� ' - " ,' *  *  TH| OLD PROVERB  DIS A $ EARNED  Take advantage of our special introductory offer on  COR COALS  "  No S6ot.   No Clinkers;   Most cleai* heat per dollar.  Corhin Washed FURNACE, for Heaters, etc., ton ..������$' 8.00'  Corbin Washed SPECIAL, excellent for Fiirnace, etc-     7.00  We wlao carry u i'uii stock of the reiiable ajfcj VVKIlj Lump    8.85  f mtTizi9iw*mm\mwr*wjLm  S #T. nws T& PAYCASH AT THE fMPERIAL  ������f%%.ZmaA  All  Suu  lunuay  gbmm*   -I^S*  The congregation of St. Stephen's  Presbyterian,-? Church had i its annual  meeting on January 16 h with the  pat-tor, Rev. A. O. Thomson, presiding,  and H. H. Taylor, taking the minutes.  Reports submitted from all departments indicated that the-church was in  a flourishing condition. Mrs. (Rev.)  Thomson's Douglas Mission, Band, J  which has been lately organised had an  encouraging report submitted by Ethel  McLaren. Weekly meeting have been  held under Mrs. Thomson'-) supervision  assisted by Hughena McCreath,! with an  average attendance of 12 membcrc.  Grand  Theatre  ItJll IbjUQ IIbon b  P-O.BOX79  ALBERT DAVIES  mamU'ibbm i m* *ikt w \i_* m mummaiwn am* \aA*������to*-��������� \m' i \vr i \\Mi U(i \i  PHONE 18    i  HE TOOK JUSTICE  FOR A RIDE I  *  Black Mask: straining Horfle,  arid a Six-Gun���������to win 100,000  Acres and a Girl! Zane Grey's  Dramma of the Boulder Dam  Lands.  ZANE GREY'S  SwSlm T*L if** ^**5,**>.*Bi* jrf!!!***a imm) tm jfQ���������, M  O ^*W(������  .       '���������#.:���������  ���������:'..:,.7V:,'?7.  J   MN '-    ���������'- ;"    *  \mW^MMV^   am.   jj���������f^���������m    JafflWBfc.    Km^S     *  '9 t& H m\Jn  KIPPER SNACKS,',2 for,,..'..:: v. v:^  King Oscar���������Boneless.  SAIR DATES, 2 lbs        .       New Crop and Clean.  PORK & BEANS, Clark's, 3 tins ���������..,.  Individual size. *���������  GRAPE NUTS  The Pep giving cereal.  WHEATLETS, 6-lb. sack  COFFEE, Fresh Ground      Gains itg favor through its flavor.  ','���������������������������/.' ������������������(..'*  SODAS, Wooden Box, per box    .  16 dozen crackers.^, -  TOMATOES, Holly, 2%-tins, 9 tins,  Choice quality. .  $    ml?  .17  .17  .17  . .���������*������  .27  .38  1.00  *m*immwiimM$mmmMm^  with  KENT TAYLOR  IONA  ANDRE  IRVING PICKEL  GAIL PATRICK  WARREN HYMER  i/unieofy  M G M News  WINTER PSTEJEJ03  ',  BREWER'S YE/iST FLAKES���������CcncenttatGti Vitamins Bl and  JJM������     Va")    Oa������ t    a    I    .    a)    .-I*    a*a>ltB*������*ia>t*������tV|B������*<*������BB<a*tl**kt*aiV***������B  PARKELPr-h 8oa:Fqod.,used m n oftvor in food, Hko aalt; c-fn������  taitia Vi amino A, B, D nndE.....'.'. .'..' '...  HA LIVER OIL in capsules or drops.  COD UVBR OUmPVRTEST, Vitamin tested, 10 oz.,.,   CODUVBR 0//.~FlttVored, Piirtcst, Vitamin tested, 1G oss   COO UVBR OIL AND MALT EXTRA CT WITH IRON.   MEH.O MALT��������� Preparation of Cod Liver Oil and Beet Malt.  Absolutely no taste of fish, largo bottle   OSTQGBN (Concentrated Vitamins of Cod Liver Oil, especially  trM������ !.-  t-������N        J-������ 1    .- .1  ;--  j ,.,���������p..������.       "   --���������  Liver Oil, bottle.   $  .75  .....SO  I.OO  1.26  1.25  1.25  1.00  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  0120. II.7ltm.jIiV    .   ',  Til 13  'I^ISXAI^Ij  -STORK the ...kksisw.?������������������'tfiSMnxys; *&  HAPPENINGS   I  BRIEFLY TOLD  The Plin Flon board of trade is  backing The Pas and Cranberry  Portage in their renewed fight for a  highway outlet to the prairies.  Madame Helena, wife of the noted  pianist, Ignace Jan Paderewski, died  Jan. 16, at their villa in Merges,  Switzerland.    She was 74 years old.  ���������"���������"he Communist Stephan Kaptur,  sentenced to death for slaying a  Nasi storm trooper, hanged himse'f  in prison.  Georges Jeanniot_ noted artist and  illustrator of the books of Victor  Hugo, Guy De Maupassant and Emile  Zola, died in Paris recently, at the  age of 85.  Following his visit to South Africa,  "13������������}nr������ja    f2jar.v.or/\     vrkiBvicroczf'     aAn    jvP    Vi*.w  majesty is expected to make a six-  moaths* journey to Australia without, however, touching Canada.  Lord Rothermere's advocacy of  Fascism as a form, of '-""government  for the United Kingdom was denounced in a slashing editorial by  the Daily Herald, official organ of  the Labor party.  - In the past four months beet  growers in southern. Alberta have received nearly $1,000,000 in crop payments. This includes final payment  on the 1932 crop. A final instalment of $87,000 on the 1933 crop  waa paid Jan. 13.  A new record for a flight between  Edmonton and Winnipeg has been  established by Pilot G. N. Forester,  of Canadian Airways. 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It pays to ?tRoli Your Own" with  TTTIJB imnn  I*""**"! *"""*"*l ��������� -   "W^W**"*!^"*^^ (M9BBBjBta*^r *HLaaaai ��������� ��������� ���������>>8^bi  FINE    CUT  CIGARETTE TOBACCO  Marvels  the  oj   tne    Human   HJye  By P. M. CROWE, Optometrist-Optician, Calgary  NO.   6���������ASTIGMATISM  We now come to a very common ��������� depend upon the age, temperament,  defect of the eye, one little understood by the public many of whom  consider it a visible inflammatory condition or disease or that it is a  temporary ailment, which is not so.  The simplest explanation of Astigmatism -would be to describe it as  an eyeball in which, one or both, refractive surfaces (Lens and Cornea)  are not * symmetrically curved. Try  and visualize a perfectly round ball  of glass from which you cut e. slice.   Now the Cornea of ths eye should ba   under such circumstances?  as equally curved in all meridians as   swer.  "that slice of glass and -when it is not, I     we  ha.ve  no mere'rDac!oh    _      the condition is known as Astigma-I pect the eyes"toJbe~ perfect than the  tim. It is usually congenital but' features or any other organ. iNeithex  may be acquired by a blow or result: are thsy so and few eyes are wi**������i-  from a scar after an ulcer has healed. [ out some degree of Astigmatism. A  It is also considered, probable that j small amount can be tolerated by  many cases of Astigmatism have re- | many without discomfort especially  suited from undue pressure pn the ' ju outdoor occupations, but the pres-  eyeball in infancy by the parent. ent age of excessive closs work,  washing the child's eyes, also *y the study;- readinj  chUdren rubbing their eyes in the electric light,  horizontal direction in their "crying"  physique and occupation  Strange as it may seem the discomfort experienced as a ..result of  Astigmatism, is not at all in' proportion to the amount of error. In  fact it usually bears the reverse  ratio    as    we    find   tfes    better   ths  vision      the     onren <-*������>���������     fh������v    fiVftstrain  - ��������� ^        ��������� ^ ��������� _  where a snaa.ll amount of error exists.  It is estimated that normal eyes use  about -thirty-five p*r cent * of the  nerve energy of abnormal body. How  much is used by eyes that are abnormal ? Could a body remain healthy  You an-  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JANUARY   28  STANDARDS OFTHE KINGDOM  May Be Badly Printed  "Blessed    are  for   they   shall  Golden Text:  pure in heart:  God."    Matthew 5:8.  Lesson:   Matthew 5:1-48.  Devotional Reading:    Psalm 15  the  see  ������VY  But  TBlghc  \\m\   W     B   SH9        B������*5aB^aOT������������^fiB5a^  DEN I COTE A Cigarette Holder  absorbs the nicotine, pyraciinev  ammonia and resinous and tarry  aubstancct -found In tobacco  ���������moke.  Complete holder with reffiils *���������  51.00 po-rtpaid, w from yotu*  Drugglat or Tobacconiflt, Dealuro  ���������wanted everywhere.  HOW OUTAlNADfjE WHOM  Robt. Olmpiao Oe. Umttal  The V. KatoM ���������������. VAmM*4  VJUggkitU TUtUg SteiNM*  -tloodcy'* Clear Stent  O. O. *iVb������bby  ttuthtwfoird Bring Stoiwi  c������.fc������t "ti.Er������r������_rv.t.M  CNANUER ft CHANTIER. UWIT������J  CuniuJlun Olatrlbutora,  1U Welllnffton St. IV.  COItONTO. ONTj  11 iiir>iiilBieiiw*������BJTa������������tBBiit������atBa^^  w.  n.  v.  aoao  years as it is usually in the horizontal direction that Astigmatism  exists. An unsymmetrical (not uniformly curved) Lens is usually due  to the muscles forcing it to assume  a shape which will, as near as possible/ offset or neutralize the malformed Cornea, in the interests of  good vision. -    ���������'-...  We have seen that rays of light  from any object, to be seen clearly  and comfortably, must focus on the  Retina and to do so must pass  through symmetrically curved surfaces which you see ia impossible  where Astigmatism exists because  the focus is a blurred line instead of  a sharp point. The poor vision which  would result from Astigmatism of  moderate amount is often overcome  by the above action of the "Lens. The  third motor nerve sends power to the  Ciliary muscle (which controls the  action of tho "Lens) and the Lens is  forced into an unnatux*al shaps in  the effort to obtain a clear brain  image. But Iraaglne, if you can, the  excessive amount of nsrvo energy  used up by such eyes for say sixteen  hours daily year after year. Is it  any wonder such people eventually  break down under the strain.  'Some symptoms of Astigmatism  are headnches, nervousness, irritability, loss of "pep", tilting of the  head to see bettor, nausea, indigestion, chronic constipation and even  St. Vitus' Dance. DlfCerent individuals are differently affected. The  symptoms occuring in an individual  light, moving pictures and  "glare" from almost everything we  look at, all tend to manifest the defects in the human eye. It is doubtful if our forefathers" eyes wex'e auy  better or worse than those of this  gens ration but they lived differently,  ate differently, retired searller, 7iiad  plenty of soothing green grass and  trees to meet their gaz^. instead oC  the! reflections from city' pavements  and roads, auto radiators,-store windows, etc. What artificial light they  used was coal oil or gas, not electricity which is charged with rays  harmful to thc eyes.-  Am I advocating a return .to the  old condition of things ? By no  means. I am merely pointing out  that "eye-consciousness" and many  ailments remote front, yet due to eye  conditions, is part of the price we  are paying for advancing civilization.  It has taken quite a time for me to  tell you the worst. Npw comes much  better news. Science has again come  to our aid in the form of instruments which, in the hands of a skillful optometrist, measures the amount  and kind ot Astigmatism and other  eyo defects;���������also machiriery for  grinding special lenses which when  worn entirely neutralizes the effects  of the abnormal conditions with resultant normal vision, normal amount  of nerve, energy used for tho eyes  leaving tho other organs. ..with their  proper share. Tho unpleasant eye  and bodily symptoms disappear,  work is mbro efllcieht and life Is enjoyed instead of tolerated.  (To Bb Continued)  Explanations and Comments  Receipts for ~Blesse������inesss verses  3-10. ~.������Bieaae<j������__with ^this word  Jesus begins each of the "jseaiituwea,'"  as we call these verses, from Beati,  Blessed, the. word with which they  begin in the Latin version. Blessed  means something more than happy;  it implies a deeper, holier joy. Happiness may-seem to depend, upon circumstances, upon what one has or  does: blessedness always depends  upon relationship to God, upon. what  mm.mm* .  m&. AMW0uy^^.k,������Ki.       *. -v.m.m^m*      ������������������.      -...  Cafl&n, "is inward and abiding; outward prosperity cannot give it, nor  can adversity take it away. It is  like the depths- of the ocean: the  surface is changeful, sometimes calm  and waveless, sometimes tossed  hither and thither by the restless  winds; while deep below there is evasr  the same changeless rest, silence and  psace."'  . And who ^.re blessed ? The? poor  in spirit, said Jesus. "Poor in spirit"  is in no sense poor-spirited; rather  is it the truest manliness. The poor  in spirit arethehumble-rali-sded, v.'ho  are conscious of their need of God.  "The gospel h#s never had any I  power with people who want nothing better than what they have, nor  with those who, being greatly in  need���������as indeed we ail are���������have  never known it. The gospel comes  into the world, so the Beatitudes  teach us, not through the door of  pride, but the door of humility; not  down the road of satisfaction but  the road of longing" (Gaius Glenn  Atkins).  "The life that needs nothing, or  thinks that it needs nothln*, does  not reach upward, and soon drops its  connection with the .Giver of all  good."  Bible   Still   Retains   Its  : "Place In Xiterature  The Bible may be as described by-  the Rev. Pearcy Dearmer, canon of"  Westminster Abbey in London, the-.  worst printed book in the world. He*  complains that it is offered in forbidding form, with titles of essays-  and poems left out and chapters  divided into verses of convenient-  length for parsing.  From the   editorial   and   typogra���������  ^.t**^*������1      m.2a..~^-.S^M.        *\.,-.a..     -s~s������������*     *^*-      =.^_-,���������..  ^.u.vu.    ..%,r������pvuiv,    ujcic   Mixay    mjM    1UOUB  for argument and perhaps some support of Canon   i>earmer*s   criticism.. ,  JEJvidently he is not alone as witness^  several   attempts   to   modernize   the  Bible   in  up-to-date   vernacular  and.  rearrangement of verses.  t. But ^rossi.  the .circulation  stand���������^  point there is no point in the criticism.    The Bible,   if it 7 be   the worst;  printed book, remains ^also the most 7  printed  book,  the  most widely read?'  not only as Holy Writ but also purely  as   a  high  peak in  literature.���������Sana  Francisco Chronicle.? 7'  Twenty-four persons who - had":  passed, their hundredth birthdays^  died in Canada in 1933.  ^  "aW -   m. ._,ja..  Brltlge Advice Costly      .      ������  Tho Dayton News says an, argument tooic .place in a women's hi'ldge  gamo���������as thoy often do. A technical  question of cutting the cards was  referred by two disputants to a New-  York bridge authority by telegram.  Tho answer,camo quickly. Next day  camo a bill from tho export for $80.  ��������� The women took it to a. lawyor. Ho  charged thenx !{*S for ni������ advice.  Total cost, $35.  ���������:It is estimated that If al'* the. ice  of Greenland and Antarctica should  melt, cinoii-jh water would he added  to the oceans to ra'tas thoir level 100  feet. This would drown out most of  the world's great aeapbrts,  often are a warning that your kidneys-;  have become deranged and need attention. Don't suffer needless pain. Take*  Gin Pills to obtain.relief and assist your:  kidneys to function properly.  In the first eight months of th's  year 20,000,000 tons of shipping  passed through tho Suez Canal, a  large Incrcawe over the name period  of 1082.  SOUR STOMACH, GAS  "Lcai'l'l rrtot en|ov a  ������icp.!, bccs.u8s.-ef liis bad  aftcr-efftdo ~ w������ur Mem.  nch, Gua ���������������������'> IndiKention.  I lout wulaht, Tbi  licrvoufl nnd nil  ecaime  ept poor*  took JDr. riwgn Oold-  en    Mcdlral    piwpvery  ly,'"  uald Win.  "^���������"���������I'ln*  Ave., Hftrnjltbr*,. OiU.  and nty ������llB������!������llon wan butter. I enjoyed my  mealit, and I felt bo much belt*).*."  .Wirlt* Dr. I������J������r������������Y Cllulo������ DuBTbU, N. K*  Would Catdi Sea Serpent   >  '������������������ ii. '"ii"'.  ,A .'���������,    1("  Deep-Sea FlaSnersuan' Submits *pian To  VSctoirla Peoplo  George P. Wilson, experienced  deep-sea fisherman of San Diego,  Calif., haa proposed a method of  catching cadborooaurus, hero of  many Victoria sea serpent stories,  Wilson advlsos use of raw meat  or a large Ash as- halt. He suggests  <% barbed hoplc at least a fciot long  and siK Inches wide attached to 50  feet of half-Inch ateol cable, then  50 yards of one-inch manila rope.  The rope would be attached to a.GO-  gallon watertight oil drum and another 50 yards of manila rope would  load to a second drum. The entire  "lino" would be trolled from a motor-  boat.  "Once caught," said Wilson,  "Caddy would And his progress  handicapped by two heavy drums if  ho had designs on tho boat. If ho  dived and had sufficient strength to  drag tlio barrels under, thoy ..would  soon force him to tho surface In  tlmo, he would become cxliauuted  and his captor*! could easily tow him  ashore."  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Baking  Powder i* trees from alum or  ������k������.-~ a.������.^...x..a 8Mrtr^uii^.j.. .  B^&flSSE-iSSrf^S"*  L  OCCASIONAL WiPEi  By '  EOKA  ROBB \VEBSTEB  Author    of    ''Joretta,"    "UpatEck  Girl" Etc.  SYNOPSIS  Camilla Hoyt and * Peter Anson,  '-young and in love, marry secretly,  "deciding to live their own lives apart  ; until Peter is able to provide for her.  Peter is a young, struggling sculptor  trying to ^win'���������-��������� a competition: for a  ���������v scholarship abroad and Camilla is the  - adopted" daughter.? of a Tweaithy? family. She is not to ..inherit money  when she  comes  of  age  and  so is j  *��������� studying commercial art in the hope  - of landing an agency job. Others in  the story are Avis Werth, another  wealthy girl who la drying to 7 win  Peter, Sylvia Todd, Peter's model,  and Gus" "Watson, his former rooin-  jomte with whorn he has quarrelled.  - At a party at an exclusive club Peter  entertains Camilla's guests with im-  .' *o ersosations- ��������������������������������� *y^.fn the rest of the  : kn������aabers ofthe party go to a cabaret to continue the gaiety^ Peter and  Camilla slip off to    the    bsaqh    by  themselves   and   fall   asleep   on   the  " sand. When they awake it is early  morning and Avis and another boy  are standing near them. This makes  it necessary for Camilla to announce  be-'os'Sh-'^tlse '���������ftgpjy 'tbiLt she; and ;.-. Peter,  are married. Avis Tis- stunned and": Ca-  ;--.'-m"lia,*-s 'moi*her?tjkewis^'-?v;V?''-,  '-��������� -'<"Kr������^':&-:* 77?  "So you're married!" Rose had reproached her. "That's no way to go  into business���������or aaarriage, either.  You don't know what ynn are or  what you want. Gee! kid, if I had  your chance to be somebody���������talent  like, you've got and a swell education  ���������I wouldn't'look at a man,"  "As soon as I get work, Rose, I'll  help you to go to night school for  that secretarial course," Camilla  promised generously. ���������  "That's what I want, all right. And  you won't see me hitching up. to drag  a truck after me, "ust^when Iget in.]  form, 7 either .7 Single harness for me  nd a light, fancy load behind that is  mostly myself."  "You will forget all those resolutions if you ever fajl in love. Rose."  Camilla smiled kindly, with??her7 own  /������Ka*>^4*MraA'l,������  chapter jacsraj  Camilla's iinsli^enfai^  and her quiet resignation to any opinion or ultimatum;had mollified? Mrs.*')  Hoyt, somewhat; She did not disown  her as ia -daughteror command her  to leave the Hoyt household; but Camilla decided for herself that it would  be toe wiser course. She consulted  ���������with. Rose? about renting a small  ;.apart**ncnt:a^ 77'' ���������?''." ; 77-v-V  ���������7.7������������"(;.H,iiay^  ''few':weeiia;,"''Md.': I'll surelyr:.'^d7"-yoric'  soon," she explained. She had". met  Rose downtown for the lunch hour  and they Vwera telng each Tother  across! a little onyx-topped table in a  tearoom, when she told Rose7 about  her -marriage to Peter.  Rose waved; the suggestion aside  with a flourish.of her fcirk.;*-'! don't  believe in that kind of love anymore  than, I believe there's a Saata Ciaus.  But say, why do ?ybu *wa^t?td live  with tn.e,now? Why don't you go and  live with Vjrpur husband, now that  the secret is out?'* '  "Whether or not it's a secret, has  nothingto dp iwith -that, Peter and  I agreed '^toVrTliye*-.*.apart ?tm*SH;���������". he *" ;is  '?iiblej'taxt^  7be?.l:bi-?"a7lc^  ;7;-:<*3*"ha^s'7?  ^uldn^t:it be better^r^u *o ^uf^  fle -your ^orh  Plenty ofjebu-^esjdothat and Tman-  aga to get along;";  "And plenty -of -theta. don't. No;  Rose, when a girl gives her best to  her work for a salary and tries to  keep house, she has to letdown on  .one of them. Naturally, it's the  housekeeping*. As a wife,?she fails;  or at least, ' home becomes so un-  pleasant7?that7? the man 7 and; wOnoah*  get to.thinking:^  ���������ba^V'^������������'^  of me,*:what7'he7sees pf me -"will be  my best. We iahall only be together  for pleasure, just as if we were lovers. That way, we always 'shall be  lovers, and our happiness will ba  saved for the future.'"  "Oh,  I  see,"   laughed  Rose,   "you  prefer being   an  l*!EAVy |  WAXED PAPER I  JHas '������ hundred uaen.     Always  havo a box in tho itltchbn.  mnuriL'roN, Ontario  ./If  occasional wife:;���������  something like those occasional  chairs and tables they advertise to  have arpund the house for -extra use;  They're there, ready to be used  whenever they're needed. Handy that  way, all right/'    7 \'r  For an instant, Camilla resented  her sister's comparison, . then she  laughed, also. . "Put it that way if  you wish I'll add to tlio -metaphor.  The occasional chair is not used ao  mueh faa the old armchair and it  stays newer looking and is treated  with more respect. It Is the guest  chair. That is what I shall bo to  Petechia guest-wife.''  '���������Well, its' 'all? right to be ������ guest  and sit in a bright now occasional  chair -for an evening, ; but you sure  do 'like to get homo again and slouch.  down in tlioold* iarmchair that knows  every crook and turn of your dlspo-'  (flltlon, oyon If It is worn to threads  on tho arms whore yours havo rested,  'when-you're tired." ,7 ,  Camilla Was'I'dEiilgbtod1! with Rose's  midden burst of droll philosophy.  How wise sho waa, In spite of her  limited education and i training, Sh o  would mako a, shro-vi/ed busfness  woman without a doubt, and Camilla  rosplvod that sho would sacrifice If  nbcoaaary, to assure her more training for tho position of whioh she  wxui capable  "Peter isn't going to "be much con-seemed with cojnfy artnohairs or  wives, either,., xor awhile," she continued. "Right now, he is so busy  that he scarcely knows he has a  wife. And that's what I'll have to  do, to get work. Ill have to try  harder, and? perhaps, just take any  kind of work to get started. Happen  to know of anything at all I could  do ?"  "Not a thing.. If I weren't the only  file clexk at "Dawson's, I'd be afraid  ot my own job. Wherever two people  are working at the same thing,  there's a possibility of" elimination  these days. You should be glad you  have it easy, and forget about hunting for a job that some other 'girl  needs."  "There's nothing fair about that  idea. Anyone -who "has enough ambition and ability to work, has a right  to. And I "want to leave the Hoyts  right awav. I want to start being independent, and I'll promise not to  be a burden to you. Can't -we look  for a place on Saturday? Rents are  lower now, and I've been noticing  the food prices. It -won't coal- yon sny  more than living at home and you've  been wanting to leave. "Eld and Henry  can take care of the rest all right,  and you know Ma told you to do  as you wished."  "Oh, sure, I do want to get away,  and live more like you do, Camilla.  I was only thinking "about you. I'm  afraid you won't like it, after being  used to having everything so .grand."  "You just -imagine it's grand,  honey. You wouldn't think so if you  could trade, places**'  "Well, I wish I could for awhile���������  that's all. I wouldn't, be looking for  trouble ag you do.7 All right, then,  I'ltbe  aeein'  vou  on  Satiirdav,    If  *���������  ���������    -.* .   v ****V    -"   - ���������   ".-     '*"-"'.- *r  you have time, you might look  .around. If you see anything you  like, it'll be okay with m2. You know  as well as I do "what we.can afford  ���������you with^nothing and nae with  eig-hteen -a week, she shrugged,  - Peter looked upVftops, his -work to  discover Gus Matson standing in the  doorway,     grinning     broadly,    "Oh,  hello!" he exclaimed.? "Come in."  Gais    sauntered    into    the    room.  "Quite a surprise to sfeme?"  ...... v.'.' ,. ��������� . . mmm^^ m. . ammmm-^   ��������� Jm;  .>sunsin^.?^-:V,?7:V7V7i?:. --0". 7 7-77?V?77  ������;^C^;;7ar^^  .-wi^ied.-'itbjrse^^^  :^,''. chai?'7and??;gi^c!ed';?j-up,.? surreptl-;  ^Uo^ly,.''7.:7;7.7 V'77^ 7'?.-'V'?  :   "That's all over,'" Peter dismissed  tiie past.���������-���������.''������������������"Sorry. youL***aa.ds a fool of  yoiirself/'- 7-'-17.-.7. ������������������'  "Hasn't a fellow a-right to make  love tfi agirl if he wants to?"  "Sure. But that's hot What I moan,  and you know it."  ���������'''Qh', well,,' all's fair in---"  *That  was   neither,"   peter   inter-  jmpte^';him-:sternty .?��������� v ��������� ���������".  t "OK, yeah? Gonna start la6i3Siu^^me:  ���������.a*saiii?'r. -7'7? -:-? ���������;.'-���������'��������� J ;,'.7;.7'::g?77'77?;" ��������� :''7  7 7"t?'should say not7 X.Vwroul^ihi't-.;c^n7-  aider *Q*te job again* ;7Ia that what  you came' here for, to oflTervrnc a  chance to be your guardian again."������  "No ��������� and yes. j&'act is, I'm up'  against itf and I wondered if 7 you  could help me , a little, Peter, you  always v/cre a good scout. I have  some Twork promised 7after��������� ;''ncxt  month, but I gottR eat until then."*  "While-you finish your piece for  the e"ichibit?TIt's the saiae with me."*  "Exhibit? who said i was working  fo-r thts exhibit?"   ���������;'- '-/y;']'':J'  '.. "Aren't you?" surprised.  "No.   Are you?"      -.. J  "Why,  yes���������thought  you  "iad the  same model." ��������� ;_������������������-',-..  "Say, d'you suppose I'-m e*sasy  enough to" think I have a chance to  win anything you enter?"' *  '[ "I don't know, why Jnot. Boaides,  it brings your work to?|he attentKon  of the right people. That's th6 reason I'm entering, I'd like to win, of  cpursp, but I don't expect to-'1"  ,_'   ,.,": .JJ: '(To;.Be \ConihiVAe.dy,'.-.���������-.������������������'.'7-7  mT BE     m  "J  Crush and dissolve 3 Aspirin  -"���������   Tablets in  haii a glass of "*-: ^J  water.  2 GARGLE     thoroughly ���������  throw your head *-ay back,  allowing a little to trickle: down  \ s "Vyour throat.  *5 Repeat gargle and do no  m.    ������     ���������i ,.     _..4*U -Iff-., -     ��������� a  -������^     xa.kmTni   .itk������\m*k..m\9 AX*.k<m*iw   ^dlJJIC   IU  remain on   -membranes  of   the  throat for prolonged effect.  ^w ^^kW  ��������� ���������V...W...MVI.     -mm..9,     !V4i.������alvl 1*%X -. M*&\%J&    ^mfX^S    II  xvlodern medical science now throws  an entirely new light on sore throat.  A way that eases the pain, rawness  and irritation in as little as too or  three minutes!  It requires medicine���������like  ASPIRIN-���������to do these things!  That is why throat specialists,  throughout the world are prescribing this ASPIRIN gargle in place  of old-time ways.  . Be careful, however, that you get  Aspirin Tablets for this purpose.  ncrips vofe j nrociT  Aspirin is the trademark of The  Bayer Company, Limited, and the  name Bayer in the form of a cross  is on each* tablet. They dissolve  completely enough to gargic without leaving irritating particles.  ASPIRIN  TABLETS KtlA  MADS IM  CANAtkA  Unusual Situation In China  Women  Gain   Prominence   And  Are  Crowding Men Out  Women, from sing-song girls to  university professors, are so much in  the news in China that they: are  crowding the men out of the. picture.  The Chinese, long * accustomed to  keeping their women behind the  orchid door, now: find them very  much in the open. At dinner parties,  balls, theatricals, sports events and  all public and social functions Chinese women are very much in- evidence. .'.  ������������������-������������������ -. ���������  -                 --1 &..  Qeneral Kan. *Fu=clm, Governor "cf  SS^an.Umg,,who is,������ militarist of the  c-ld school, is a convert. On av recent J  visit to Peiping he complained bitterly because officials here spent so  much time in the company of women.  But on his last inspection- tour of hia  own province he was accompanied by  two women propagandists. In all  the cities and towns he visited he  turned the women loose to tell tiseir  sisters- to bob their hair and quit  binding their feet  ���������"the increasing prominence of women in the news has revived the  ancient Chinese legend of a land inhabited, entirely by women. Research  indicates that the land referred to in  the tale was meant to be the Kurile  Islands. The yarn baS it -that !n the  old days the Kurlles were inhabited  by fisher-women who knew "nothing  about men.  Little Heips For This Week  .. I pray not" that Thou shouldest  tim&a them out of ihe world, but that  Thou shouldest keep them from the  evil.���������John 17:15.  In busy mart and crowded street.  No less than in the still retreat.  Thou Lord art near our souls to  bless,  "With all a Father's tenderness.  Only the individual conscience, ana  He who is greater than the conscience, can tell. yhere world".nas&  prevails. Each heart mnst answer  for itself, and at its own risk. That  our souls are - committed .to our. own  V _ ��������� B ,  keeping, at our own peril in a world  so mixed as this, is the last reason  we should slumber over the charge  or betray the trust. If only that outlet to the Infinite is kept open, the  inner bond with eternal life preserved," while not one movement of  this world's business is interfered  -with nor .one beat of its happiness  represed, with all natural asociations  dear and cherished, with all human  sympathies dear and warm, we shall  yet be" near the kingdom of heaven.  Inrthe world, but riot of it, not taken  out-'of it but' kept from its evil.���������  J. H. Thorn.  ,_ -A Few* Sips-~*A Few Cents  -������������������Coughs. Colds Gone:  BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE i. not . cft*<rj, pt-  \*2Srtt b?Vh t*k*'' .���������"������ WW1* ���������* * ������������������������ *****  pUtBly bjinl.h .a cough *t cold that ta coaia  tat leta tlt������n any otber preparation.  J������S.UfiW"y'" U ��������������� ������������-r"-������"������������-*������lyJf^od that on.  doae Kiv.a unmltUkabU relief. Two doa.a m.y  !iIt vSm, eoU8h of coW ���������Mtln-ly.   Good.by������  Imlumi ������*'*:,"'*������y*-,������ J* ma.������no safe, ������irr, inatant  ���������wvwh"' ������ubatltutea. Bucklay'a is aol4  .jm **"       m\   '  ^fWa  ���������' ''��������� iwlhi-lBf  The World Famous Remedy  for        immVVmVlVO������7'7   7  A** *W- A*% (M' Mm ��������� mT*. HJi '  -3^ h *u Hwl A-bjW-.rB  "IP IMiBflB ��������� II ink 3V:' 'M^aJaf*"*-   -'  ,    -   '   ��������� SmCPlaVMlaUiagp1  ���������    * , I  New Type Of Kitchen  One Feature Is Oupbonrd That Becomes VDln ing Toble  Thc American furniture industry  opened its 20th annual show in  Chicago with overything from, bfrd  cages to washing machines on display in the spacious Furniture "Mart  on Xiftlte Shore drive,. '77,7 .,,  Buyers will find the 19JJ4 kitchen,  a distinct Innovation.  Besides tho stove, cupboard and  other appurtenances this kitchen lias  a '"planning dealt'' whordJn -.. the  housewife becomea tho homo executive.  Another laovelty io the flvc*fi|holf  cupboard,'that bocomoa a dining room  table without even disturbing the  dishes on the shelves. ������������������.-���������'.'  Whiting said ho oxpoctod the show  ���������to mar!e a revival hi Um Induntry.  Students From Many Lands  United States Sends Largest Group  This Year To McGill  Students from neurly every country in thc world arc studying at McGill University this year. ;  * Tho United States furnished the  largest group with undergraduates  from 25 states.  Other countries represented Include  the British Isles, India, Rhodesia,  British Guiana, Australia, Newfoundland, Bermuda, the British West Indies, Franco, Spain, Switzerland,  Germany, China, South America. T-Tri-  waii, Porto Rico, and Cuba.  ^MBkaaattjk  TmMmmmm\my   wmmmmA H&MaNaW    jaak9EBH  ,mk\t^A^*mm  m  iaW  ^*^,^i.^%fd^ia^^mt^is  .���������,.ju5*r���������4f!Ub������prv������^  X/ICKS*  ,aRoM������b;B^^c3:fliN;E^f0H$:  i  W.   N.   V.   2080 H  '���������������������������aaa-JaaJ.  "���������ffllE;7���������BBS^>H  SETEE^r?  -^���������^-^-���������^ -��������� - -^ -  ���������      ii**      ^*  -   *"      *���������  ������������������ ^- - *>  ���������  **.     M._��������� .A r. A. r| A. . ^> . 3fc ^ A. _ .Ak. , ^., ^f ^-.j*Kn  ���������  ���������������  I  *���������  ft  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  i  ���������  <  ���������  ���������  i  ���������  ���������  i  ���������  ���������  ��������� ���������  >  ���������  >  An Electric ffa  The very latest General Electric all steel Range with an  auxiliary stove attached���������Hot  point Calrod  Elements.    The  TY1 f*Gm~    Oaf������arr.**r*iarrh-rv,-iirf������ol       ���������������<*** ������*������j**������c-'4-    l^������kr--l-���������  m-m.m m~ms m>        vW������AVaA4������V������������i<<} 4UUIWIJV        I1VUV  ing elements made, they can be  lifted frnTTj stove asd washed  under your water taps. YOU  OWE YOURSELF A COOL  KITCHEN IN SUMMER.  You have your stove for winter  use in a color scheme to match  ���������wnrjir bftchen.  Our Mr. Reg. Hay is available and will be glad to give  any information in regard to  your electrical wants. Phone  38, and he will call. You need  not feei under any obligation.  Buy now before prices advance.      .,     .        ���������������_ i.  Personal A  a weekend  visitor   ���������   ���������jf    .; x:m. J1_V.1������.  bciuia 4ji tartrate  ttrte avoiiaUic.  Ufoof   If ftfttanow Bfiiifsr A   I inrlif Pit  e *j  CABY8S STBEET    CRESTON,    B.C. M*otie 38 ]    4  wwm'wmmwmf"m'w * ���������wva"w wvm'm'm'm,w"Aiww4r 'vww f t't'fyB'yfaTT  TW.5" FRIENDLY STORE  GROCERY   iBF>Eej^"L.S  COFFEE, Braid's Nectar, 3~lb. pkg $ .84  SOUPS. Aylmer, 3 tins for   -    .25  ROMAN MEAL, per pkt  34  SUNLIGHT SOAP, 4-cake Carton  19  2 tins TOMA TOES, 2 tins Ungraded PEAS, 2 tins CORN  JJ  Regular 83c value; Special for  ill  To get the best results from your cows or your Poultry  we recommend the usa of the balanced Mashes that we speci-     **  alize in mixing.     Always remember that   only the   finest  of ingredients, carefully balanced and thoroughly mixed are  used.     Our steady increase in  their sale proves  tjfeat  the  W^ Gf^JLHSSMm* 1  " 'Z-   * 1  Greston Valley Oo-ODerativs Assn. .  ���������***" \m jr m  Phone 12 CRESTON 1  ���������A^-*-*-*- *-ftt ^ -.A- *l,  ������ ���������,������ - *    *....������>.a    a.m    a    f^    fm.   f.    a^ma^a'a    a    a    a, a    a    a    a,  t.A.A.A.i  LET US CHARGE YOUR  STORAGE BATTERY  Prices reduced to 85c. for Six Volt Battery.  Prompt Service.  Trade in your Battery aSet on a new General Electric Radio  and have the best reception possible.  NESS ELECTRIC  JUST AROUND THE CORNER  f������jZm&mmZ'33mwszi.  l1*g1ta*-tW.t*l]J*--,**-a***l**?ittii  fl B*a****) H <grl*a"*3? CJJ  on  CONGOLEUM RUGS  a  n  n  PRICE  - 6.00  - 9.00  - 10.50  - 12.00  o.5������J)  - 15.00  Delivered to your homo.  GBJlai %-v   H "fl fflB_kl Malm ms. LPs     fin Wivt Bl 1    mm  tlMLO 1 Uil IIIEIf WHI1 1 ILL  COMPANY   LTD.  size  9 X  6 -  CI  BUT  ���������71  9  X  9 -  9  X  Wl  9  ^Ak  12  ���������"-ayf*  A flurg  ^L*9  mm.  15 -  GnOOERItS  HARDWARE  1  R. Walmsley was  with spokane friends.  Vic. Mawson was a Spokane visitor a  few days last week, returning on Thurs  day.    .;-������������������:���������...  FOR SALE���������Coleman gasoline lamp,  ���������mmk*A,AAj*Amm-A**m*     *J9 A V *A   A*aAAAAJ.m*f ������}���������%*. A-WA        A JA k*KA1m,*m* WmMXA p  Wynndel.  Creston Vaiiey Rod and Gun Club  meet in Jannary session on Monday  night at the clubhouse.  Creston hockey team visited Kaslo for  gaxne on Saturday night in which Kaslo  was winner by a 4-3 score.  TYPEWRITER FOR SALE-r-Cordha,  No. 3, good as new, and going cheap.  Can be seen at Review ������**  ^;..:'::,*^9wr'?~:-f*������tr;,."^!^^  Ths Presbyterian Ladies' Aid February meeting is at the home of Mrs. R. J.  Forbes, Friday, February 2nd.  RADIO FOR SALE-Five tube At-  water-Kent battery radio, in fine shape,  cheap.   T. W. Bundy, Erickson  FOR RENT���������One large furnished  front room, board optional. Mrs.  Hyslop, next Premier garage, Creston.  Rev C. Baase was a visitor at Kimberley and Cranbrook on Sunday, at which  points  hs    took   "Luluyrau   services   iiiat  day.  W. McL. Cooper, manager of, Crest *n  Co-Operative Fruit Exchange, is a  business visitor at Winnipeg, Man., this  -WM-tk.  There is a great demand for Friday  night** for February entertainment. To  date the 2nd, 9th, and 23rd have been  taken.  Rev. F. G. M. Story took church  <=ervice at Weat Creston school house on  Sunday afternoon^, and reports a large  attendance. "V^?  The February meeting of Trinity  United Church Ladies* Aid wiii be at the  home of Mrs. Crawford. Thursday,  February 1st.  From present appearances Creston  will have to import its 1934 ice supply.  What local ice there may be is hardly  six inches thick.  FOR SALE���������7-tube Philco electrie  radio with twin speakers. 1933 model,  going at a special price of $75. V,  Mawson, local agent.  ��������� High School principal F. P. Levirs was  a Cranbrook visltbf'atrthe weekend, and  mm^. 9 gvwuaiPA,. ot 0 teachers' conference  in that town on Saturday  Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Staples accompanied the basketball teams to Cranbrook for the doubleheader played in the  divisional city on Friday night.  .   r      ���������' -      -J   .1'.    .        SB;  The annual nieSting of Creston Valley  Hospital Aesorlatlon will be held in  Trinity United Church basement, Creston, at 8 p.m., Tuesday, January SOth.Q  LOST���������Between Erickson C.P.R.  depot and Bide^a-Wee tourist camp,  ladies' gold wrist watch. Reward.  Finder please leave at Erickson station.  Due to poor, health Rev. M.T-C  Percival has been forced to take a rest  for a few weeks, and there will be"] no  services in Christ Church until further  notice.  Mr. and Mrs. Letcher and children of  Flagstone, who have beeu on a visit wjth  Mra. Letcher's parentr, Mr. and aars.  Geo. Nichols, left for home the latt������?r  part of the week  To night'B social feature is the annual  bridge of Erickson Ladies' Hospital  Auxiliary at the Parish Hall, with cards  at 8.30. The fox neck fur drawing will  take place after cards. t  Both the ladies, and men's teams were  beaten at basketball at the games at  Cranbrook on Friday night. The girls  dropped a 17-22 encounter and the men  went down to defeat 21-37.  At a special meeting on Monday night  Creston Valley Post Canadian Legion  decided to postphone for a few months  the matter of building a Legion hall on  "their lots on Barton Avenue.  The shop on Canyon street just vacated by Alex. Mirabclli ia being rebuilt into two stores, one of which will be occupied by Liphardt, the jeweler, and the  other by Ray Walker's hot dog stand.  G. H. Kelly has purchased the  amateur ilnishing equipment of George's  photo studio, which has been moved into  suitable quai'ter-ts at tlio drugstore, whero  Mr. Kelly will take care of his own  omuteur finishing as well as enlargement  work.  W. J. Avery, owner of the Lone Pine  auto camp at Creston reports that for  1923 there wero 334 cars: carrying 1167  fiassonteiB registered at tho camp Cars  rom Alberta numbered 177. British  C lumbtiiGO; Saskatchewan 89; Manitoba, 18; Ont rio. 2; Quebec, 1;  United   States 13,   of which five were  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE  PENTEOOSTAL.  REV, F. G. M. STORY. Pastor.  SUNDAY. JAN' &&  ARROW CREE)K: SCHOOL���������2.00 p.m.  Sunday School.   1J.00 p.m., Church.  CRESTON���������10 a.m., Sunday School  and Bible CUinh. 11 a.m., Devotional  Service 7.80 p.m., Evangelistic Sor-  ico.   Minn Lillian Taylor will speak.  MID-WEEK SfcmVlCUB���������TucBdiiy anil  Friday, nt 8 p.m  EVERYBODY WELCOME.  from California and two from TNcw  York. The biggest single carload registration was IS-^romiRegm  Lynne fashion SI  Upstairs���������Next Ross iVieat Market.  ���������    i-���������':'���������' ". ���������   ' -'������������������'.������������������ ���������'"'���������'������������������'. '    f      <  '  ���������      .'   '   '  Hats, Dressep. Uuderwear,  Fancywork.  ������.������.������    ai,:-*..    n..m-  ..������\.        MOIftvo.   ��������� m.  UIDCO.  8k1 ._1j.:._  4^ wrautr.  V Chatelaine Patterns, 15c.  20% Discount on Hats asd Dresses until  ?  January 31st.  THE  ���������osi the balance of your pocket  watch travels farther in one day  than the average man travels in a  month".  Is it any wonder your Watch is  entitled to and needs an occasional, overhauling.  BETTER ATTEND TO  IT NOW.  -ra__^ j.'-_��������� s j.;_.a?���������x   service/here.  lipHAku 1  Watchmaker & Jeweler  ***T> -ClOrTBa-VXT  X^/XkJCJSD A \Ji?4 .  registrations the Chevrolet led with 89,  Ford 81, Pontiac 18, D dge 16, Nash 14,  Chrysler 12; Pljrmduth ?I^  All ?told 27  'rent siaakes!������* >'e&,fs-';.w*3)B"-!'''--:'.?igsjSter���������d.'..  A.'** ___  Saflest, Gentlest and  Most Thoroughl  tile EASlTway  far Hoine Uunusrini  Gentle aa a woman's hands ... the  EASY Vaccum Cun Washer achieves  its wonderful washing results with a  frictionless pressure���������and ��������� bu ction  action that only EASY can give. You  can safely trust your finest linens,  youa daintiest lec^S your finest lingerie to EASY v. .the washer that's kind  to your clothes. Yet. so thorough and  efficient is the EASY Washer that tue  heaviest towels and blankets come out  sweet and spotless. The Cast-moving,  smooth-polished vaccum cups flush  air, soap> andl..water through and  through the'mesh of the fabric, not  merely washing the surface; but driv-  ins out the stubborn, imbeddsd dsrt- !  EASY saves your time, your trouble,  your c othes, and your money.  Ci. Sinclair  Creston Hardware  -L  1 a*a  AtA, A 1 <8.^ii>. A������A^a>  a   ml.^.m1ti m.mrm   a.m   m. a. - m-m. m-m. A    m.A.A   A . A . A. m.*..mm.  QITTTS7������   RIIVC   INI    DJTTTITP MP'A  l_������k.   I      I   fi_t*������.      kmfkmf    A   Ajt   .    Il*������  \\  OUR STOCK OF $  ��������� '���������  Beef.   Pork,   Veal,   Mutton*   Lamb '  is the best possible.  Our prices are right. Quality dependable. *  Fresh and Sm&ked Fish.    S&nft*s Bacjsn and Ham  k    M%x  HHPAT MARKFT  S .��������������� 5 SSaS  mm nwMaV   ������������������ ������l lea   B  ;  >>  t   4  I-      ���������*  Phone S  J", IP. ROBS  We deliver  ������.  y'T'fyvt'fy'f ������i������-,������?i������'*'*'������,������"t^'Tf'r������,>'  _*���������   a.m.    ���������   ���������   a   m   a    a   a   a   a   a   a - a   a   a   a   A   a. a - a _ m-m. A.   a. mjr.   mm   +   ^ . a   af^    a    a    ^,^,^-  Choice Local Fresh Killed Beef  Local Lamb and Mutton  Grain fed Pork and Veal  Spare Ribs  Tripe  "     Liver Hearts  dungues  ��������� ������r>������ ������������������* a     a   0* - -    a  jrtcKtea rom  WhiteHsh Salmon Halibut,        ol  Finnan Haddie      Kippers  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  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