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 *ppOVUj*C������*~%** m""*'  -r*'jx.  s  "     K  .'������������������  mm  -Si  7$:  Vol. X&V  CRESTON. B. C^MDAY, APRIL 6, 1934  No. 2  af^aaat^AS'^iM  ttir^k**     C\k*m   AWJ^|tf   ^a*Ua'Uip'9e  hl.2 - nLi������j8f.7._ j  Frizes vfrerea  ���������trOW  Shoot  April 27th Date Set and Committee to Take Charge rlsJSsed���������  Banquet to Follow���������Membership Drive Gets Under Way  { Wynndel basketball team w������S lit Creston on Friday night for tbe "return gaoie  with the Groceteria at Park oavilion at  which the grocery handlers were rvictoir-  ious by.B two-point margin, 28*26:  The Easter service at the "United  Church on Sunday morning was i-rjapress-  ive. The .church was', appropriately  decorated, Rev- A. Walker's address was  timely, and Jthere waa special music pro-  video, by Trinity Church choir from  Creston, numbering 15 voices.     1  A feature of the K.K. Klub meeting  on Wednesday last was ;a fast basket-  S    mm mm mi   Ju*a*i������a^-i5  i\t  Hand Cranbrook Decisive Beat-  in ������ to Ws**������ East Kootenay League Honors���������Visitors Never  Even Looked Dangerous  ���������mhiJ>JcT?  n.t  in  *"-*B J^jf*"      ^rt^*"  fn.  special  rssi be entitled  BjUU  Club  session on Monday night, the  chief business of the meeting  having to do with the crow shoot  the club is having on April 27th.  In order to make the* kill as  complete as possible it was decided to have a drive for new  members tor which purpose a  committee of six was named.  The annual fee of the club, is $1,  a&d si* who enroll before the 26th  to' participate in  shoot. Registration can  be made at Vic. Mawson's store.  In -connection with th shoot  three prizes will be given. $5 in  sports goods goes to the person  bringing in the largest frnmoer of  heads for the day. $2.50��������� in  sports goods   will be given the  largest -number of heads* and a  ������<*������a������������s^"*!   -e%������sse������.*   **A   A    -3%. mrnW.1   ~,J.j.A.       ������-^ ���������-.     A^.  %>aM*.\x yatmxs xj*. tm ouwsit. VQSv   gU?S   VJ  vana=> ^rca-crvM  vtmjU uiCWI((gCSl> Skill VI  magpies to his credit.  There is to be 7a banquet in  connection with the shoot and a  committee of Vic. Mawson, Chas.  Suiciiffe and -Sas**^ Ssaith'was  named to lopk &ftrr this featrsre,  a*������ we������ **s ipaKe asrangeiae^vs -'"  xj.' > ^> .  .       ^ ^.1%.      .    _ 7Azmm      ~r���������.      ^v %  "gya-*^pS^jii*^;yva.-t  bait' game between W*$rnndel and the  Imperial Groosteria^ ,Cr*^ton, in * which  i*Hc Sii^S *^**2*. "f?2*-; b,'**,*;^?*t>*:,*J'r������  Wf. twO  points,; The , teams:"' (*j-c<*ete*ria���������-Jack  Payne, H. Couling, Bill,Bourdon, E.  Farris, Jack Young, A.- Cpuling. Andrew  Miller. . Wynndel���������O. Payette. Au  Hagen, M. "Markin, B. Franklin, R.  Benedetti, C. Fayette. This week two  ladies* teams from Crestoh will play an  exhibition match, in addition ito the  men's game.        *'        * "  isiS  "bad  weather  mm'A  .MMMXM  -^m.m\mll  MXtmmM  ���������a>__���������������*.������,  a/couiW    ^^  conditions, Wynndel Women's .Institute  birthday party on-Thursday evening was  well attended. Bridge was played at the  fore part of the evening, high scores being made by ������xfs. Joy and X "Wittman.  Consolation prizes to Mrs. Bellinger "and  A. Stevens." Musical * numbers were  given by Mrs. Hulme and Mrs. R. jsakin  on.the piano. Mr. and Mrs. W Greig  andG. Lunt favored with violin-piano  numbers. Supper was served, and then  a short dance brought the affair to a  close.  goal  The  locals  -a^M?  Ray Crisler of xochty is a visiter here  at present.  -.   Mrs E~E. Cartwright was, a Bonners  Ferry visitor on Tuesday.  Jack Dugdale of Bellvue, Alberta, was  a weekend visitor here, a eoest of Tom  Dugdale. *        ..  Mtts. Ffes^i and da^hier; Margaret,  Crestoh? ser^>r ladies   brought   tbe  ship to the -������^s last Thursday night,  when   tbey ������8-w*erwhelroed   Cranbrook,  32 5.   to tskedtha   playoff ssries hg s  margin  of iSTppints.   Cranbropk   had  taken the fitkt}^me,' 20-9.  ^ The.fHrst t^Ssnainutes were scoreless  and then; tbe&focal  misses  found the  range.   First ^bi^s were made on con-  verSed- ji--aai*������g'"   by   Nell   Payne ^uid  Mar-ieTLevi-^l "followed by a fl Id  from a rebou^rby Nora Payne,  end ol the fimtquarter saw the  wltfeaeO leji$7  * The bSuuuw^warter brought the rout.  tJSajhrAv^* - ^~ts?ie "Hell Pa"r:e and  Marjorie -Z^^S. al! * helped,"to*.increase  the leftd'to a'c&nfortable margin, while  keeping the Grs&bzGok qaiatette entirely on the defejr*|������ve. -Once only did the  latter break'j*pr-bugb, when they intercepted a:p'-^ffl5Si- Miller scored on an  assist from Hale-r.^ Half-time score was  20-2. -       ^- y^Vp . -   *  In the thirdi.quarter Margaret Marteiio -rsveetene^Ther score w th two more  field b-^k^^t-tathbu^ reply from Cran-  broak dfeSt^T-Mai-t^io nelded a new  team for t!Wl^t.7etansai, retaining only  Nora"' "^rs^nM" "���������mnini ~xne subs  found little liable tin ?'holding a now  tired team, udwever."5 and .managed to  outscore thsa^f^S. ��������� 7  In a-preiimfaary, Cardinals won from  an all-star ag^^Btion^26-"31. ���������  I>.MacDonaldrefereed tbe preliminary]  and Levirs the texture attraction   Teams: I  at work in this vicinity for some time,  has moved to Blake where they are  making their headquarters.  C. Neil, G. Payette G. Everall  and Lin Anderson were at Wynndei on  Thursday attending the birthday celebration of the Women's Institute.  Mr. and Mrs. Marteiio,   along with  Sydney   Rogers.    w������*?e    among  these  attending the basketball-game between  Cranbrook and Creston Thursday night.  ^ . .*���������      '"'''- .  J. S. and Chas. Wilson, a ong with H  Graham, were at jCreston on Thursday  attending tbe banquet given by the  Creston 2LP's to tbe, Bonner^ Ferry  lodge.  n,  aSbt ���������^ri^tfainf'S  ed Cantata  "The Day of Resurrection" an  Easter Sunday Evening Feat-  ^-ur^ Presbyterian Church Service���������Choir Augmented ?  ,. CO. Rodgers, who has been loggmg in  this district since last November, has  discontinued operations here fo? the  tii-no being but as expected to resume in  the fall, after. getting out some spruce on  another limit.  Chas. . and Gwen Wilson were at  Canyon on Saturday night attending: tbe  surprise party given in . honor of Harry  VanAckeran on the occassion - of his  leaving for tbe Okanagan to take over a  very responsible position.  4  ff������ff������^������s������������Si\flBl&ff*  __ The   cantata,   "The  Day  iiesurrection," presented hy  of  Mrs. Claude Simpson was a Creston  visitor on Saturday.  Miss Clara Hunt was a visitor with  Creston friends on Wednesday last  Mrs. C. Senesael was visiting with her  daughter, Mrs. D, F. Putnom, Erickson,  os Ssturds.".  Little Miss Germaine Foisy spent the  weekend visitine at-Snekson, a guest of  Mrs. McKelvey.  Uranbrocir-^^aley i,  TZZmmmmmm^m       *TS BS'"''^ "* *     rfk"k*������ tT^       V������k������>a       '���������ttfl-lJ'tv  "9tone2, aaiiier a, jrv*" vr*- *v.���������  _            ���������       l*UC  choir of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Easter Sunday  evening, was -well received by a  congregation that filled the edifice  to capacity.  The cantata deals with ths  crucufixion on Mount Calvary  and isehides the scene at the  tomb when it was discovered He  had risen. The sacred offering  ope-as with as organ BresT-ide.  The initial vocal number was  "O Sacred Head," by H. Lang-  ^.4^^-        ���������*_*-���������- 1    TU���������.    Itjr.2.. Tt T   mmmmmmm  swjiij wjiuwcu vy xvxeo.   x.   xj������v.������?jr,  who-rendered "What Language  Shall I Borrow/' and the "Veil of  the Temple," which was, also  sung by Mr. Langston, the choir  assisting in all three numbers.,  "Sealed is tne Solemn Tomb/'  a UUS-.1 isy ivir. assu.   i-Kins.   jL^uag,*  ston, was an outstanding number  of the evening. '*Sad Hearts are  tfrn^irnXmimmmm   yf    mmimmm    mmam. 4-mZ Im.mAa Ji       tmmm       m.  uicoBiiigi '   woo wuuiuutcu   uy    m,  Ernest Driflil, CJ?.R tie inspector, mixed quartette with Miss Lily  who is at present employed -at Radium, j Barrier taking the solo part, in  is home for a U w dayr. ^ which number the ^choir also figur-  Omer Geroux of Moyie spent fifee week | ed.    .Mrs. Kelley contributed   "If  Mrs. Harvey of  Taylor.  own-aViW  Lethbridge,  *aWanh������ai *m-*iw+tvm  Alberta*,  ������&iss fiaarioa Be/ooper oi Cresxon was a  weekend visitor, a guest of Miss Leah  ' JiHiaM-  Mrs. V. Redpath of Nelson spent the  Easter weekend witb her sister, Mrs Gr  Mclnnis.  > i -  Miss Ruth Joy, who has been' employed at Cranbrook, retrained home on  Saturday. "; "  Miss Harrop, principal of Wynndel  school, ia at her home at "a"Iarrop for the  Easter holidays. 7 7  Mrs. E. Williams was a visitor with  Mrs. Leslie Mclnnis at Creston one day  last week, en.route to Spokane, travelling by bus.  The social feature this week is the  K.K. Klub Easter dance at-the hall on  Friday, 6th. Popular prices and Walde  orchestra music.  Mr. and Mrs. Stan. Ogenski; who were  visiting the IntterV parents, Mr. and  Mrs. M. Hagen, returned to their home  at Slocan on Saturday.  .s MSss Marcella Sanford 1-i*f-ir?^n7-Fjriday  oti^������7yiat at her. home atvCbampion,  Alberts, for the Easter holi-feys-j    -���������- - '  Miss Betty Kemp left? at the end of  e  week "for  Nelson. ? where she wil!  spend a few days witb Miss L. Coolison.  jl uvuaiu,  ��������������������� tb -r������  unu   na.ru.  M. U������I<UXB  OIIIBCU     MMXJMMM  r ������.8iri aa   via  frwxrmxmxm    mxnm  KStajia-  kjiAn  day. in which city th  attending tbe legislative.session.  Douglas Putnam is at present a  patient at Creston hospit 1, recovering  from an. operation for. appendicitis  wHich he underwent on Tues^^v.  Erickson Ladies'- Hospital Auxiliary  have taken the United Church basement.  Creston, for Saturday. April 21st, 8 to, 5  p.m., for a 16c. tea, sale of home cooking.  garden plants and a 25c. postoffice parcel  ooth.  &������Smfs& Siei5mW&  Miss Kake Payne was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days this week.  Mia&-  Perry .  Easter here;  a  Moore.  of  Fernie  guest of  is spending  Miss  Helen  PRIZES  T9341". ���������  ,-   TACKLE aWOX���������Fo** the Inr*2<"Bt Black  Bass* caught during the season.  LANDING NET���������per second largest  Black Bass caught during the season.   ;  CASTING REEL, Level Wind-Vor  largest Rainbow, Cutthroat or Brcbk  Trout caught during the season. ?  ,FL V MOOfiC~Wor largest '.Silver .Trout  caught during the season.  SPECIAL PMZE���������Boys under 14  years. Hunting Knife with sheath, for tne  large-it Squaw Fish ������-augHt during the  Hanson.;. . ���������  COMPETITORS must pureliaap ffOci  worth of tackle, or more, at this store,  Have your Trsamo recictercd' when ycu  make your first purchase of tackle. Boys  under 14 years mnut purchai-o Ten cents  worth of tacklo to compote for special  prh-w.  Any person who won a prize during tho  season 10U2-HJI will not be ablo to compete In the some class during 10)14.  All fish must be brought in on taken  From tho water to bo weighed and  measured. -  ., PRIZES will bo.,av,-ardbd Nov. 16,1934.  Alice Siding wa3 well ffepresented at  the, Easter hospital ball a Creston on  Mdndi^night. ,       v \ .,;>..  ���������i Robert Wiilis* is 'spending the' Easier  holidays   with Mn- and? ^Msra. 7H. {H;  Too**.e at Canyon.    ���������?.? -;.;���������'���������;   -.'-', ���������"���������  Bob Marshall has cotomenced work  erecting a new house on a location hear  the old garage site. * , ,     '*,',.  J. J,, ^oney got away Friday morning to spend the Eadter holidays with his  mother utRoBialumt.  WQUams^Sii^ce.   Ir.  Crestim���������MarteHO' 9, Nora. Payne 8.  4, Abbott   Olivier  T^TlE^wfe..Moore. *$&.>*'- :  Imra*~m*   AAA** m*    w������.-wm. ������atw - ������w���������aV**Js5Ti  bis sister, Mrs. C; Foisy  -**������*  l~S,f>  Ed.  where  garage.  ,;*<"-��������� .-i -,������.  Weeri has ^moVeB7<to Erickson.  he 19 -meebanie  at .the  wn   .cptmb.-.��������� 8_*j- ���������������_,������  ���������t_   x of MojSespent the week I ed.  bis father^ Z. Gerouis. and 1 we .Beiiive-'  and '���������He that Be-  Little Mis<!^i-2a-N6w'im left last week  on^^t^d^vJgtfc1������&h:hef aimt. Mes  ^s-*L������-*-M*--^3^sr^L������|st . t-a  ^ner?seh^9V ^ Awi**>*;;a"KfB-^Ssosr-f^cr-'the  "*"���������"���������*���������"*. Tt -j  ��������� ��������� ~-������������������W   ^^mmm~^-'������^~< jpmmmmAMWwmm'*r m*���������*���������%>** w-p  ^*>  ������������������..������������������..,,��������� istti' B;^���������.C*r*-a-sna,..of;Creston.-wJlo has  Coi&Si*J;recs!!1tl?:*closed bis Jeweliry store in t&st  townx^ ftt^plresent o^eupying one ofC.  *.���������������������������^*^esM������*i������a. .  '   -*-  Qmaff mkm.tim&m.nm-     * 9m%,  fmCm"Z I  ���������    _  witb   frienrls  in  couple or weeks.  ��������� We are sorry totn ote that Wm., Weeri.  who.was .taken suddenly ill,, had .to be  taken to the hospitaLat Creston. .-  Mrs O. Hohene is home from the  Creston hospital for a few days, but will  have to return for an operation. -  A meeting of Arrow -Creek ladies was  held.at the home,of Mrs. Ward on Wednesday last, at which the -Arrow Creek  Social Club was organized. The next  meeting is' on the 18th at Mrs. R.  Clarkson's.  .      .,:   \-t. .   ,  Work has been -commenced on the  road on the east side., and .it is certainly  ndeded. There-is much^more to be done  before it will be in even fair shape.  However, it is encouraging to have a  start made.  Marcb  ..mm m .... -  naauiava  XtMMXS  Kitchener.  4-1. mm  rmm  ��������� vrj  school  ���������mnort    of  J.*-mmAimlm.  p������auuiu|(D  follows:- GradeJ"*-H&ate Thompson 71.  .Grade 7���������Fra6W * Huson 78; Leonard  Bohan 73, Helen-Oja 69. Robert Johnson 66, Alta Blair 51. Grade 6���������James  Huson 61, Alf������?e Boh-an 65. Jean Blair ���������S  Grade 3���������Mary Bohan 69, Jim Thompson 66 Grade 2a���������Shelatrb Newcomen  77, Marjorie Blair 73, Ralph Abar .70.  Jack Huson 69, Robert Thompson 58.  Grade - 2b���������Harold Nelson 66. Maxine  Nowlin 65, Alton Nowlin 49, Jimmy Bohan 37.     Grade 1���������Terence Newcomen.  L3m\%mXw\m&m  &!s*������5Smk  * ���������  I    Miss Ruth Cooper was  a visitor to  Creston between stages, on Friday.  Dr. Henileradiioif-Creston waBlipre on  a professional visit during the week.  Carl Lavazzelli has left for Cranbrook  to spend a short holiday with friends.  The water as indicated by Rauge at  Stotish bridge roadpi 4.00, a rise of 1.22 ft.  for the, week, ,  Janitor work at the school is again  changing harids. with Robert Willis replacingGeoffrey.Constable.  Mrs. Guy Constable was a visitor for  a few days last week at West Creaton, a  Ruont of Mrfl.R. Sinclair Simith.  Tho bnaeball diamond on E. L. T.  Taylor corhor Is being worked over to  put it in better nhapo for play.  ?'M 1ms Gladys Webster is' >hero From  Natal tor the Easter holidays with, her  JE-^rito^Mtf.-tod'MrsjvJ.- K. Webster, i  Mica Helen Moore, who teaches at  Lumberton, and Bob Moore, principal  ot the school a, t Coal iJreok, are here tor  lister holidays with thoir mother, Mrs  H.;H.--Pttyloivv:.'-7'7-;      ���������,���������?-..  Mtas Iris Taylor arrived home on, Friday from Cranbrook for Easter with h r  Sarontii, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Taylor  he ia toldnK fourth yoir high school  work in that town.   ���������  - Ploughing operation-!ioro in full awing  in alio djatvkt. Tht&flrot'to otart Is w,  H. Hilton, who has Geo. Hood In charge  of the work. E. Constable ia looking  after cultivating in tho C, S. Heater  orehnrd.  <A'C.'P.R bridge crew, under Mr. McPherson, has  arrived? here to do some  renewal..wbrk.',.,,7?7?-:.vr.������������������.'.?���������'-:'.������������������������������������ 7;' '������������������?���������  Kootenay Land  been augmented  Both the Sirdar ahd.  ing section crows* have,  during the post week. j  F. Cherbo wiw w buuinet-b visitor to  Creston on Thur������<lny having his injured wrist attended to.  tho holidays  Creston and  The K6od weather over  brobght thany cars from  district to the lakeside.  '    "��������� *' '"���������   ���������       "Bl    '1    ,       B-     11',"    'V I  Harry "Van Aekerort bf^Ganyori .waa1 a  vinitor to the home of Mr, and Mrs. !J.  S. Wilson durlniT tfi-R' wm*!**. '"'"  Miss Gwen Wilson wan at Creston  hoonltal at the beginning of the week  undergoing a slight operation.  Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtollq. ncconipanlcd  by J. J. Freony of Alice Siding, loft by  car for Ros*i]and and Troll to spend tho  Easter vacation.  Mr. and Mrn. J. Poiiooukseo, aecom-  parii������u by Wih. Pbu4w������u������*-.ibo'm HiHtur, "tlijii.ii  Cooper, left for Spokane by stage to  spend a ten days holiday.  The C.P.R. rock crew, which has been  Another srolendid number was   "    ~        " by Mrs.  f Alleluia to the  HB3SB  Khig^  *lrliBoii8^ianL^  '"m^ekmotrtlw$&gbnfe& :**^We  Behevei^- ���������'"���������urDwirjtiim^****;. Spien-  doIi,., and Now is: CSurist cRisen"  by the'fui|-choir.7.v ^;-.- .  m. ZZ^^" mm., mm mm        ���������mmmm  ibvcbt: m.-xr.  With the arrival of April ha<- come the  swallows. Dandelions are also becoming  quite plentiful.  Mias HttRel Hobden, who teaches at  Creston is spending Easter at her home  at .Huscroft.?. . ...^ i; i      ,;���������;'.   \ ?  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Byer are again residents at Lister, and have lea-ed the former Letoille place from Col. Lister.  Miss. Webster, teacher of the junior  room oi Lister school, iu at her home at  Coal Creek for the EaBter  holidays.  Mrs. Bamford, who Is just back from  a visit at Nelson in spending Easter week  here, a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bird.  The fifth annual, meeting of Lister  Waterworks District is i" be neid at tcne  schoolhouse at 2.80 p.m., Saturday, April  14th; s  The annual meeting of Lister Trading  tftSupply Company, Limited, takes place  tonight. Harry Hclme is the retiring  president.?,;,?'   -,',,.'''���������' ? ?' ';  Lister will have two church services on  Sunday afternoon. Rev. Percival will  have Anglican worship at 2.16, nnd at  8.30 Rov. C. Basse will have tho regular  Luheran service.  Several from Lletcr wore at Creston on  M * nday night for tho Nolson boys' choir  concert at tho United church. Two of  those taking part were Fred and Walter  Thompson, formerly residents at Lister.  John Iluscroff Is this week hauling in  and erecting a steam boiler and engine  from the formor Monrad Wigen sawnii I  at Wynndel, and which ho will use in  connectiion with his sawmill operations  hero, with C. Ogilvie of Wynndel in  charge of the engine. By using the slabs  for fubl Mr. Huscroft figuros ho can opor-  ate chopper by steam than by. gasoline  power which  at times in  not powerful  The sympathy of tho community will  So out to A. Stuart Evans, new a real-  ent at  Crewton  in   th#  death   of  his  tko /v/a/aaaaQjj. $������*J.f2.. tfeft VOCStljSfS W& '*!���������'  Miss Lily Barrier, Mrs. Lacey and  Mrs. Langston^ aitoa; > Mrs. iias-  sard; Mrs. T. W. Bundy, ISjIrs.  Kelly and Jean McCreath,. sopranos. H. Langston baritone,  ivir. Lynne, tenor, uuncan j&oss,  G. H. Kelly aad H. H. Taylor  bass.  Much criditis due Mrs. Kelly  who directed the cantata for the  splen-iid success it scored, and.,  whoso work wits ably seconded by  Miss Kathleen Bundy, the church  organist. The church altar and  windows were nicely decorated  with Easter blooms of various  kinds which helped give the affair  the true Easter spirit.  daughter, Mrs.1 Walls (Flossie'), who  passed away as lakeside hospital, Coeur  d'Alcne, Idaho, on Saturday, followlrag  an operation which, at first, promised to  be successful. Burial took place at Coeur  d'Alene oh Monday, Col. and Mrs. List* r  going from here to attend the last cad  rites, returins* on Tuesday. DeccasGd  came here with lier parents in 1920, and  was very popular with all.  EASTER  Under tho auspices of the'  KillKare Klub  A'**. mmmmvmmmmmmAmm  m*****.*.*******^ I  ,������������-**������������������*  V/TNNBEL  Hi  ,   Dancing at NINE p.m.  Wsldft's 5-PIbsjq Orohostrs  Gents 75c.   Ladies 25c  Supper Included. Tmlim   BEYms?m' * CRESTOH*   B,   ���������.  ae  *=���������      sir jjcb s-iuz a     sr������  ���������   ~ s *%***���������'*"'"'������*. "f "������**������tt--' awr  fes* 16 >"������**������*���������- feat*  est** ������5*������Si*we ������  ,8 1"^  ������3 3 J",  ^ -    ~  Grim Battle For Life  i*4  iAA        ������H SAW*  'fresh from the gardens"  tio Nortk, Young M  an !  "ft may be that some natural law of compensation works in these thing's!  Just at a time when Western Canada -was beginning to accustom itself  to the new viewpoint tbat it cannot grow wheat to its heart's content, along  comes a new realization, of its potentialities in another direction that fans  the flame of its optimism.  The realization is, of course, that In the great pre-Cambrian areas  sweeping northwest from the Ontario-Manitoba boundary lies wealth of  mineral resources which, of itself, is sufficient to guarantee a great and  glcrjous f-turc fcr this *r.*cst**tm country. "Develop**"^* which bosun in the  rock formations of Ontario and which later spread through the same structures in Central and "Northern Manitoba, shortly will become manifest in  "t^ortbern Saskatchewan. This eventually will compensate the prairie regions for the apparently finite glory of their wheat fields.  Youth has suffered as result of economic depression in these western  provinces due to scarcity of employment and the narrow field of opportunity open to them in. a period of financial stringency and industrial stagnation. Many bave been unable to secure a foothold, and have now reached  adulthood without attaining that independence without -which the tei*m is  barren sad. comfortless. They feel circumstances over which they bad no  control, and concerning which tbey had mo voice, have robbed them of a  birthrigbt���������arid they are looking to the political leaders for assurance their  claims are not being ignored. It is occupation they seek, opportunity to  take t^eir place in the full, responsible citizenship of the -country,  - "WMle agriculture will remain the great source of income of the prairie  provinces, it is obvious that, under present world conditions, opportunities  for youth' in the patb tfesir pioneer fathers trod are singularly limited in  scope and variety. Obviously then, the salvation lies elsewhere. -Opportunities must be created-���������and created not only for the rising generation  now clamoring for its place in the sun, but created also for a future influx  of new population which is essential to the attainment of a balanced economic structure upon, which future development of these provinces depends.  Immigration, at tbe moment, is an unpopular topic���������and rightly so.  Yet wider home markets must be created not only for the produce of the  prairie farms, not only for consumers' goods from the industrial east, but  also for tbe products of those countries of the world prepared to absorb our  surplus agricultural production. Sooner or later, then, the problem of immigration must be tackled systematically and courageously. It will be necessary, therefore, to make intensive preparations tbat our own-youth and  our new .neigbbors may find employment and thus be enabled to contribute  their share io the country's development. -   V  Obviously, the one alternative to .agriculture upon which Saskatchewan  (particularly) has depended in the past, is a parallel development of other  great primary resources of which the potentialities already are known.  Saskatchewan (and we speak of Saskatchewan particularly because  there the problem is acutest) has abundant deposits of lignite coal,'commercial clays, sodium sulphate and otber non-metallic minerals throughout  * its prairie lands. Oil and gas, which have proved so valuable'to Alberta, is  being avidly sought in. different sections of tbe province. But away to the  northland lies this great pre-Cambrian shield, world's greatest storehouse  of previous metals. Its resource tx-^tere^being tapped Jay prospector's pick  and by diamond drill. Surely the rock formation from which Ontario is  reaping plentiful harvest, surely the veins which have helped pilot Manitoba through the difficult years, can be exploited to Saskatchewan's advantage and made to yield their just proportion to*the economic life of the  province!  These thoughts are inspired by a recent statement relative to the Flirt  Flon mine which straddles the northern Saskatchewan-Manitoba boundary.  There, on investment of $20,000,000 is producing an annual income of $7,-  000,000 and maintaining a community of some 4,500 persons. Tbe major  portion of the Plin Flon ore body rests in Saskatchewan, and it is only a  matter of time when similar development must ensue in the confines of the  latter province.  Reports from the Saskatchewan hinterland indicate abundance of mineral resources, and that tbey bave not yet been brought into commercial production Is nothing new In the history of mining. Even the great Flln Flon,  discovered in 1015, remained undeveloped fpr a space of ten years thereafter, but, once the complexities of its ore were* unravelled, development  came quickly.  While agriculture baa languished, mineral production In Canada has continued to advance. In 1033, Canadian mines produced $220,502,096 as against  $101,228,225 in 1022���������and thc augurs for the future are extremely favorable.  Here then lies a fallow field for the activities of forward-looking government and the energies of ambitious youth! Here lies the West's way out!  ~U"3!c!ts*.G3   JVILSE-OOiiSti  *L5������i   ���������            Month Before Being Rescued  ���������Trapped on an ice *floe in Anrnnd  sen gulf while attempting to cross,  the 150-mile" stretch from . their  native village on the .southern snore'  of Banks Island to the mainland, half  A dozen Eskimos fought a grim, battle for life early this winter as they  drifted up and down the gulf for a  while month before they were finally  able to land, when almost starved,  at the Peace Point post on the Arctic  coastline. '  The story of the near tragedy was  br011O-l>*-    Anon*    -f-r/xm       "-Via*      A vof Ir.     ������ya������  Patsy, Andrew and-XTorgen Klengen-  berg and their partner, J,. P. Lyth-  goe, who operates, a string of three  trading posts on Victoria and King  William islands in the Arctic ocean.  The four traders arrived in Edmonton on their way to Vancouver for  ''4  ���������aha  ���������tr  ���������*������������������������������������  PLUG SMOKING TOBACCO  ID  V/  i  **j*->+*������**V*at w\*kP   - +*N  4blaVllUAMg VW  their posts on the ice-locked islands  which are the northern-most points  Upon whieb human beings, either  uativc cr *.vb".te, l**"*-  The three Klengenberg brothers,  sons of tbe famous Capt. Charles  Klengenberg, pioneer navigator and  fur trader in the Arctic, who died in  the summer of 1931 at Vancouver,  were born 1n the Arctic and have  been operating their father's string  of trading posts. With tbe exception of their school days spent at  Vancouver and brief visits "outside"  every few years, . they have spent  their lives in the Arctic.  "Lythgoe, their young friend and  partner, went north with them for  the first time from Vancouver "three  years ago.   '  DR!������ES HIMSELF TO  ^pra^gj  Dixie Plug is the thrifty man's pipe tobacco, the  . smoke that gives more for the money. Cut this big  plug the way you want it. Coarse or flake, long or  short, to your taste, and more economical as well.  L  World's Largest Telescope  In  nunn hi  Twenty    Tons   Of   Glass   Used  Making  "Largo "Cense  Twenty tons  of molten   glass,   to  form tbe   world's   largest   telescopic  were poured in*.o  a   form at  And Still nays a Little Golf  How many of Us, when we are 82,  will be the equal in health and  activity of this vigorous old Scottish  engineer?    In a letter be says:-���������   j  "I arrived here . leoisti Scotland on  the 7ih April/ 1&70? -I*am over 82  years old. * I driVe" my Ford car 40  miles' over hills and .dales to a factory, and can still play a little golf.  I have taken the 7 little dose of  Kruschen Salts in my cup of coffee  every morning for some years, and  I believe it is keeping me in good  health and enabling me to keep on  working Vat the factories as .eis������?  gineer."���������X*. A.   ������������������.;-.   .-V? ?..  VVbether you are still in your'teens  or past your prime'it is neither too  early nor too late to start on the  ���������"little daily dose." ? Just a tiny,  tasteless pinch of Hruucbeu Salta  in your morning cup^of tea or coffee!  They ensure internal cleanliness, and  keep the blood-streasa pure. New and  refreshed blood is spent coursing to  every fibre of your being. Rheumatism, headaches, indigestion and  backache aU pass you by.'  Whole Wheat Rolls  itA..������n  8=jrc  Corning, "New York, recently, before  a distinguished audience of scientists  and thousands of laymen who taxed  the hospitality of the famous glass  works.  By nightfall the last ladle of brilliantly glowing glass was spread in  tbe brick form which will stand for  10 months while * tbe composition  hardens. Ten hours. were , required  to transfer the liquid glass from tbe  furnace, where it has been beating  since February 15, to the mould  housed' in a brick igloo.  If, as scientists, anticipate, tbe  200-inch mirror emerges, from tbe  annealing tank flawless it some day  will enable man to gaze into un-  fathemed depths of the great void  bgi'ond the earth. The astronomical  vision if all steps 'of the experiment  are as successful as those already  taken will bo increased 30 times in  volume.  U-se Ships As Prisons  "VVhen men in Spain mention in the  future tbat they have been on a.  cruise they may" be Vmet with suspicious glances..Some of Spain's  new prisons., are floating ones. Be*>  cause of t-he overcrowded conditions  of    old   prisons    following    enforce-  ���������ST~������ .  *mm. m.     mmmm.  government bas chartered a few-  ships and put the superfluous prisoners in them.  ��������� More   than   36   per   cei  bouses in Scotland   have  rooms.- ������������������?���������' '  only   two  Ask fW^fh-sr---"  Wm? \m*\ /mxmm a-tern  *Tm\am%&wM*m  Mother took this medicine before aad after the babies came.:  It gare ber more strength-  and energy -when she was nerv-  oi|S and rundown... kept her  on the job si! througa -the  Gbsnoe.,'!Mo -wonder sfLe reo-  ommends it.  LYDIA E. PINKPSTS  VEGETABLE CSSSPfitJJflJ  At Crater L.ake, Oregon, last winter tbe total snowfall was 879 inches,  or more than 73 feet.  Union workers in Scotland are demanding higher wages.  r  A Very Good Idea  The Prince of Wales, who knows  a, thing or two, was asked what he  thought of civilization. Ho said it  was a good idea and he thought it  would be n good thing If some one  would start It." Those who have an  impression that civilization exists  had better read over the Sermon on  the Mount, which, furnishes a baals  for ������������������.vsnsr.ation in tbo true.  Plenty Of Snow  If all the snow that blanketed  Port Arthur, Ontario, between Oct.  15, 1033, and Fob. 28, -J.084, were  packed into cubes of one foot square  and placed end to end 7,tn*,rc" would  be a band ot snow around the world  and enough for another quarter, lap.  Statisticians estimate tha snowfall in  Port Arthur during that period of  49 inches or nearly 4,000,000 tons.  WAtTH''- /  mzrm  1 Tm&* W$m Oat Wmm .  Cwi Make a HappyTitonie  Thorn i* no lmpn"������-*������������������������>������ in'thrs homo wlmn tlie 'mother  i* flfolr nn*\ worriod by tlio never ending household  dutie������. Sho gets run clown and becomca nervous and  irritable, has shortness of breath, faint and di-aay,  can't nloop, and gotn up in the morning fooling an tired  an nlio wont to bod, and is downhearted and dis-  eotirAgod.  Milburn's IT. it N. Pills will noon oonvinoo women  It in not iioewiflary to uuffo**, m they build up tha  tieryouii systom nncT brlnjc baok tbe former health  % cup milk  % yeast cake  2 tablespoons lukewarm-water  2 tablespoons Crown Brand Corn  Syrup  Va teaspoon salt  % cup flour  ?, tablespoons "MTaasola  1 egg 7 "  1*4 cups whole wheat flour.  Scald milk and -wbon luke warm  atir in tho yeast dissolved in������ the  warm water. Beat in the white flour  and let rise in a warm place until  doubled in bulk. Cut1 down .the dough  and add the Mazola.. mixed with the  beaten egg, the syrup, and the salt,  then beat In the whole wheat flour.  Let rise again until double in bulk,  then cut down and roll out. Cut into  biscuits with a round cutter about  two and a half inches in diameter.  "Let the biscuits rise until light on  aii oiled pan and then bake in a hot  oven, about 400 degrees, tot twelve  minutes or moro. On taking the rolls  from the oven brush over with.Benson's Golden Syrup;? Some, cooks  jjlvo a flavor to their whole ^vhdat  buns by'adding a little grated lemon  rind to thoir dough w)Lttt the whole  ���������Wheat flour. The above quantity  makes 25 fair-sized rolls,  in F-#w'-MihuMs:".   :  'M FRANTIC,THIS WORK  BE DONG-AND W'E A  ING  HEAOACHB  DOM'T WORRY, GUT SOME-,  ASPIRIN  TABLETS  AMD VOUR HEADACHE WILL J  BB ���������flONe BBPORE Vt)U  KNOW IT...  2    LATEFL  LOOK WHAT IV'E OONGj P&G,  ASPIRIN  SURE STOPPED  THAT  AWFUL HCA^ACi'E IN A JIFFY...  Nevea felt eErnsn i  I KNEW IT WOPLO J  ASPIfilN  15 THC QlJlCKESTj  SAFE REUGPPROM PAIW  KMOWM...  V\.i!iiV?3*a  mtmi  .   BJIUttU     JAA     J,������*.tJ������U      JmMMMMXJ  Goofua���������I hear that old Moneybags wnm waylaid and killed last  night,  Itufua���������la that bo?.? "Did the criminals got away with much money?  O oof us���������No, Tbo old mi)in novor  carried moro than "'a. - little" - small  change around with JMtn and ao  practically all ho loot wan hla life,  MMi������iuiMB,i"n-in*-finrj-iiiT-i'f--T"-r���������r *"���������ivnurnniri [���������Mii[]||irii--nrTri-"rr*^J"*--*"n*'-r"^"-n*^i>n^^  Wor Quick Relief Say ASVimN���������Whcn ybu Buy  Now comes amazingly quick relief  from headaches, rhoumntiant, neuritis', neuralgia... thb/asf������^ sa/u reliti),  it is said, net discovered.      .  Those reniilts ore dt.ie to i\ fjcien-  tlfic irliBCOvory l>v which nn Afinirin  Tablet bedina ��������� to diRfiolvc, or" disintegrate, in the amazing spneo of  two uticondB after touching moiature.  And hcil'ec to start "lakinfi! holtl" of  pain a fow minutes rtfUr talcing.  The illuatration -of the glass, here,  tells tho story. Aii Aiipirin Tablet  starts to diainlearatc almost inatnnt-  ly you swallow it. And thin, is ready  to no to work almost imtantlu,  when you buy, thouan, cbe on  Kuard artainat subBtilutea. To be sure  you ������et ASPIRIN'S quick relief, bo  mire the name Bayer in tho form of  ft effoiii, ia on ovcry lahM x,: Aiij,ikiii.  WHY ASPIRIN  womes SO FAST  Drop an .Aspirin  Tablet in a alnss of  water. Note that BU-  I-ORLltloucl������eil)ol.  torii, it lunt wiurtod to  dlslntcgrnto.  Wlmt It. doom In this  Clnsfi |t does in your  otomacb. Ilcnco itn  fustnetion. .  MADU IN CANADA  Does Not Barm the Heart THE'? BEVTEItf.   CKESTO2"'.   B.   &  ^���������y  ���������artaaatf  WIIBAT  ffO&ifii  r>AMR?sAMD hf?n ITI?  l#UlTliIIUNa.-llfiDA S E  iWO  ���������**���������.������    ������ W MUS|  Ottawa:. -"-^ The * ..federal . treasury  would lose "only "a few millions"  ���������"with $13.0&G,000 an' outside estimate  tt John JT. McFarland of Winnipeg  suddenly ? liquidated?, - bis* I Domuxion-  hacked wheat, operations; the. house  was told by Premier R. B. Bennett.  The McFarland wheat operations  entered the bouse debates when the  f-overnmentV unemployment' bill was  in committee stage, * after passing  second reading without division.������ The  prime minister* "did not believe details of the transaction should be laid  bare, including the extent of the  Dominion's guarantee to - the banks  and tbe amount of wheat herd. His  views ' were echoed; by * members . of  both sidss of the house in the belief,  disclosure might wreck wheat prices,  but Hon.- Ernest Lapointe took tbe  ground parliament and the- people  should be fuity informed.  Once again the uoerais registered  their opposition to the "blank"  cheque features of the relief bill under which the government could  .take any steps to maintain "peace,  ��������� Order and good' government" by  order-in-eouncil.  Fast-moving events made it necessary, . replied the prim������ minister,  tbat tbe government be; equipped to  deal witb unforseen eventualities  "but there is no desire, to act as  usurpers or dictators.'"  C. E. Bothwel! (Lib., Swift Current) said if parliament had been  advised cf all tbe facts there might  bave been better ways and means  devolved of bandlisg thc situation.  At least, there would bave been the  benefit of acivice from every organization in the wheat situation.  Any person interested in the wheat  situation knew how much was being  held, said John Vallance (Lib., South  Battleford), but it was not known  Who held it. As a producer he felt  tbat the publication of such information could do, no good and might do  an inixity.****--*" -5*-^. -^  , * W. JR.- Motherwell* (labs, Melville)  suggested that the least tbe government might have . done was to  secure an accounting from Mr. Lfc-  Fariand at the end of every crop  year to; show* what bad been done.  ^ Mr. Vallance observed that, in hia  wide travels throughout the prairie  districts he bad never been -<5,sksd  about the deal nor -had he known  any wheat growers to show the  slightest curiosity with respect to it.  He felt he should make that observation in fairness to the government which be was not usually disposed to support.  Report  -Tiff Canadian  National Hallways Indicates Upward Trend  Ottawa.-^In spite of adverse conditions, th,*-. Canadian Naiio-oal Railways system made? a slightly improved showing during 1933. as compared with the preceding year.  The annual report,' tabled in the  House of Commons by* Hon. R. J.  Manion, minister of railways and  canals, indicates an improvement In  the 1933 ..deficit of ,$1,103,118.  Railway operating revenues were  $148,519,742.' and expenses ������142,832,-  599, leaving a net operating revenue  6f $5,807,188., " ~     .     . .'  ** ixed charges, interest . on the  funded debt held by the public, -taxes  and other' debits*,- however, resulted  in a cash deficit for the year ' of  $58,955,388.   -  The report is; the first under the  new system witb" a. board of tr*us-  tees, headed by. Chairman C. F. Ful-  lerton, in the saddle.* Consequently  the report" was made to the new  board, and transmitted by it to the  minister for -tabling in parliament.  " While S. J. Hungerford,' president,  declares depressed business c< nds-  tions were in evidence, an improvement was felt during the" latter barf  of 1933. This was not, "however, sufficiently pronounced to counteract  the earlier decreases.  "The depth of tbe economic depression," be states, may be gauged  by the fact tbat the gross re\renues  of the system in 1933 were $163;-  766,289 less than those, of the year  1928. The operating expenses were  $113,434,000 below tbe 1928 total."  Seeking Opinion Of  Canadian Business men  Supreme Court To Decide  Will  Give    Ruling   On   Powers   Of  Tarlit Board  Ottawa.���������The supremo court - of  Canada will be asked by reference  fiuom the Dominion government, to  fieeidc tho powers, of the tariff.board  "jsrith respect? to its authority to determine questions of law, whether  the rulings of the board with ^sppct  to duty1 values arc subject to; the approval of the minister- of national  revenue, and whether certain duty  , valuations by ? tlie.. minister, can be  annulled by action' of? the tariff board.-.  This w;aa announced in the House  df Commons by Prime "Minister R. B.  ' Bennett,   .who   tabled    an   order-in*  iwiUiCil   authOli^iiig    Lha    government  to take tlila action; V-   '7 v 7-, ,7?  Chamber   Of *. "Commerce   Announces  "oil On  marketing Act  Montreal.���������Wendell McLeod Clarke,  secretary of tbe Canadian Chamber  of Commerce, announced a poll of  every board of trade and chamber of  commerce in Canada would be held  to determine what these bodies think  of the Natural Products Marketing  Act introduce^"!, in tbe House of Com-  maf\*.f.     n4.      #-V4.X*. .-..*.  * "The Canadian Cbazbber of Commerce is "much interested in th*  bill", be said. ' "We are opposed to  the mixing of the government in  business and we are watching to see  if the government will be involved  in commerce in the new bill."'  OPENS  LEGS-SLAT  CTJBE j  His Honor" George D'ea Brisay De  Blofs, new; Lieutenant-Governor of  Prince Edward Island, who recently  opened tbe third session of the 42nd  General Legislative Assembly at  Cha.tlott������t0w2i.     This  is a  n*1***'" tj'cs-  B-....^   fm&    a>1.������    ffAi-i^������mAVit-^n.rv.*AMM....  X.XMM.-&    K/M.     UJV   UCUM.JJi*4J.bgi/ V CJ 11U1 .  Milfearv Annronriafinns   -  -  Uiiuoiitli suoiUauCC rui&y  Offered In United States By Underwriters Ai Lloyds  Chicago. ��������� .An insurance policy  which would provide/for any loss on  investments in the event Franklin  D. Roosevelt "ceased to be president"  during the life of the contract has  been offered in the United States by  the underwriters at Lloyd's,' London.  One ChicajEfb agency of Lloyd's-quoted the Roosevelt insurance at $50  per $1,000. 7 It was oflTered to members qf the Chicago board of trade  and to operators in the Chicago grain  market.'?":,; ;, > ���������..  Germany Provides Large Grant For  .Nazi Storm Troopers  Berlin.���������Large increases in. military appropriations and a $100,000,-  000 grant to Nazi storm troopers  feature the 1934 German budget,  which was balanced at 6,458,281,000  marks ��������� about ������2,5S4,G0G,GG0 currently.  Another outstanding item authorizes tbe finance minister to spend  100,000,000 marks (about $40,000,-  000) in guarantees for the promotion  f\-P     Cim~\r*rw.*a>r'*rfe������     A-v>-fvn-������-f       +������������������������?������ jf-Jo,       *>v������r1       *-<fv  1������������������ ��������������� -WA *au<^l 1J     Am* W^^jLr^.*.-** ������AjU\*\> MbmU m,mj  use up to 35,000,000-marks ($14,000,-  000) for "overcoming difficulties in  the German shipping industry."  The storm troopers' subvention, the ]  first made in a*' reicb budget, was  generally interpreted as indicating  that this outspoken National Socialist party instrument is now regarded  as an integral part of the'vast government apparatus.  This appropriation, army and navy  expenditures, and the considerably  higher   aviation * YroA&et.   raised   tbe  -������.��������� - ' -j   .sxu.    ���������       -,-   vise*"      ..   ... _      ^  total 1934 accounting .nearly 900,00,0, r  000 marks ($360,000,000) over last  year, '������������������'    -* 7 V   ~~   '  Destroys Ccnununity life  Elimination     Of     Local     Retauuers  ^UJVUgU      J.M4SOS      X7ACSC������������������S������u.S������2EJ^  Ottawa.���������Rumblings of a. combine  in the' rubber trade will bs brought  to a head- with the. appearance of  Rubber association representatives,  following -.the /Easter recess, 7before  the parliamentary, - mass buying  probe. Intention to call these representatives before tbe inquiry com  mittee w������g announced b^ Horu H. H.  Stevens, chairman.  "* r  The case of- the retail associations  closed'with charges of destruction of  community-life -by elimination "of  local retailers through mass merchandising and unfair trading practices of large defiartmental and chain  stores. The Quebec provincial board  of the Retail Merchants' Association  of Canada,, through its secretary,  Rosario. Messier, made the allegations. From 699 in 1926, chain store  units in Quebec had grown to a total  .     ..     *.0mmm      . mm\m.fm 'm*\j.     ...m..M.      -.n.?....     ..^.  OX   JL.OU.C   in   X&au.      KJi.   tciou   soica   a.yj-  1930,  ond  in  kmA%m������*A*   '   $175,-  proximately _ $675,000,000  mail   order IiCU^fcS",  chain stores   bad   transacted  000;000 of the business.  To meet tbe situation created by  these "monopolizing organizations,"  Mr. Messier proposed:  Establishment of" industrial and  commercial codes for tbe Regulation  of competition so as to prevent such  practices as fraudulent bankruptcy,  false advertising and "loss leaders."  Imposition of a-$5 tax on every  mail order catalogue.  Placing of a scale tax on chain  stores.  Drastic Measures  To Put Teeth In International Wfaea*  Fact  London.���������A final report on a series  of drastic measures to put teeth in  ���������W.Vl J30 #���������  jr-��������� -  SAYSCANADiAN  ufiilao UU illll  _ -y       <- ���������-'       ts^t'Btf'J/'lS'BlB "A, *?Aw,nt%    jtWIg aw gaj m*.^m,m>  . Ottewa.-7Ca-aada has no need of a  reconstruction finance corporation to  stimulate credit, the banking committee -of*tbe House of. -:"k>mm.-n3  was advised by Jackson" IVdds, general manager of the Banli of Montreal.  The chartered banks of the country have not restricted credit during tbe depression but, on the coxi'  trary, have sought outlets for the  vast sums* of money a icumulatitip- in  their -vaults, the tall, gray-haired  banker said. Never since the fcoora-  bubble burst in 1929^ have the banks  contracted credit���������they bave gone  out of their way looking for safe  loans but have been hampered, by  the slow tempo of business.  For five hours tbe Bank of Montreal official entered a general defence* of the  tactics   of   the   banks  Jl.^WW     tit*.     ^^m.m^.^~Z~.~.  -.. .������.- **^^      ... .^������     m.m������Jf.m mmmmmmmmm.  He called attention, to their -warnings in 1927, 1928 and 1929 against  over-speculation and expansion as "a  voice in the -wilderness" and submitted that following "collapse of  tbe boom'*' they hav^, shown a reasonable and helpful attitude towards  borrowers generally; notwithstanding "  ������*������*iy 5jp&0iu.c inSirfincss to (Ae contrary.  At the same time, Mr. Dodds protested against provincial legislation  which be believed had the effect of  damming credit.  ��������� 0*    Baf ������km������������i8**%    lam     n ������.&���������*.-tmmmlm^  a ������ ilc!i?.wiSJi. cut r&utc&i CtiC  I<JmpI05rmoiit Ahhuiiuicc 7���������,  Chicago. -V- A7$1,000,000 ,,plan of  "employment ,'assuva:heb'^f;7,^niB��������� voted  by the directors and stobkiioldorn of  tho William Wrigley, Jr., Company  at the,. annii*il ^-iotln^ ,*Thp plan, as  explained by Philip ttivyr  - dent, - -���������-'t'Ovldirm ''for- paylment���������', of' 'a!''';per  centaiye of tbe avoritfife wiiaro to any  employee latd off i-������y tho factory.  Dcoth AnMouhcefti;Of ?F6*������Mer?Leader  ;7;/:'' Qt South' African  "Kepubllc  :;?   -  Cape TQwn, Soutb Africa.���������The  deittb ;pf ���������[;��������� F. "W. Reitz, 90, former  president of tho Orange FreeStiite,  removed the last survivor of the  presidents of tho former Boer republics in  South Africa.  Reitis,  as stato   flecretary   in   the  Traiisvanl just bofore theJ "Bbdr war,  penned the ultimatum/to ?thj  government whlcb brought about tho  final rupture In October, V1899.  Adnslrs!   Byrd.   Prepai*ed   To   Spend  Eight Months In Little America  Little America,. Antarctic. ��������� Undaunted by the prospect of intense  cold, darkness and the sudden storms  Admiral Richard E. Byrd prepared to  spend eight months alone at a winter advance base. 123 miles soutb of  Little America.  His refuge until tfte etird of .October  will be the tiny portable shack not  much larger than required for elbow  room. There he will study Antarctic  meteorological phenomena by means  of a battery of tUiernidmeters and  smoke bombs. '���������'-''"'';.'77.??7  completed by a committee of experts  in preparation for a conference opening in Rome.  Export control measures, minimum  price schemes, and methods of increasing consumption and nullifying  the depressing effect of subsidies are  features of tbe 5,000-word document.  Their findings and suggestions will  form the basis of debate during the  coming parley regarding the ways to  insure benefit from a .wheat agreement signed in London "last year by  representatives of 21 nations.  So thorough has been the study  of all aspects of these measures that  many of the delegates from, a dozen  oaiiti4"r*.no   - t������rVi������-������     t%*fri*aa������-������/--Ias*-!      -"a      vrTAmtmli*     ar\-P  conferences here feel that no nation  can plead for moire time -in the  grounds -that a further investigation  Against* Sale Of Beer With Meals  Vancouver.���������Sale of beer and light  wines with meals in restaurants and  hotels will not be considered by the  British Columbia legislature during  the present session, it was indicated  in a telegram from Premier T. D.  -Fattulo tO^the Restaurant and Cafe  Proprietors" Association of Vancouver.,- 7 ���������..  Fi'**J*t' fi;om South Afrk-it  ' Londqi^.~~Tho ; Morning^ Post   fliald  tbo  Daniflh  .snipping   firm,   yostor  'Hayeit-^JJ^o������^j^������Sr of Coponhagoi*!,;  had flricured a contract to triinapoi't'  ���������"fruit from'���������_ South Africa to Canada,  i*B|<W������a>iMi>JwiliiWaliai#^la1*| iiiWi-a*jiiWI������i H tm, n mmn |> iaajiUianan^icma^i^BMiH*!^!, <Ww������<w������>ai>������mi>*wiaWil*l Hill  '". . '.-*���������   ���������   '" Wt-'-'.N.   *���������"���������*���������   ������04rt  Bwodln-j* In  Alberta  ��������� Lethbridge.-���������First wheat ^seeding  In/j-putliqrn Alberta, this? spring was  reported from tbo Co6lid������io and Allen  farm'7''at;"'-Tabter.'1 ?'''Soilv?7^fl^''reported  in flood-icondition,^-t'hoiigfb -.th.*?, Vveatber  1*3 stili rdthor cooltor a geno������*al start  'in?api-ln-x;''opow ', 'I,'l."'[*'������������������"���������'���������  '���������;'. Wiuit vro'iie-'iiearii? ,".".",  ^ Edmonton.-^Brbadcastiri of major  debates in tha Alberta lolKlsla^ro at  diet next Henslon is ^elrig advocated  by Andrew Smoaton, Labor, Loth-  brldgo ,in a resolution placed on the  lejyiulaturo order paper.  Cabinet Interviewed  On Pensions Question  m  a.  Veteran Officials Ask Federal Gov-  ermneni To  State &tana  Ottawa.���������^A positive declaration  from the government as to its intention in regard to the security of  pensioners and maintenance of basic  rates of* pension, including hospital  allowances, was sought when Briga-  dfSer-General Alex1*: Roes, CM.G./'of  Yorktoni * S&bTc., *6o!nini6n Legion  president, and other veterans officials, interviewed Prime Minister Bennett and his cabinet.  Tbe veterans' leaders also urged  a re-organization of tbe Cadadian  pension commission in such a manner as to ���������'"reaaove any suggestion  that it Is dominated by personnel of  the ,old board of pension commissioners.  More pensions were not being  asked, General Ross emphasized.  "We are only asking tbat, as. far as  it is humanly possible, applicants for  pension shall be satisfied of tbe fairness of the commission adjudicating  upon their claims, and that they,  have had a fair hearing."  Increased Employment  Greatest   Improvement   In   Ontario,  With Decline In Prairie Provinces  Ottawa.���������An increase of almost  12,000 persons was shown In the  number of employed on March 1 aa  compared with Feb, i; according; to  a report Issued by the Dominion  bureau of statistics. Reports from  8,499 employers show staffs Increased  from 840,056 on Feb. 1, tb 801,044 on  March 1.7 '   V f   The records* of the last 13 years  show the average change in employment between Feb. 1 ?ancl March 1 is  a small increase, gains in sovon of  tho years since 1020 rather more  than offsetting losses In tlio remain-  The trend- of' enapfoyment; was upward in;;:four.|:',jo't'ltlio';'' five: economic  arcit5^j?;!:bnly.' .the; 7pri*li-le7' ^rovlncea  showing a declihe compar^i*; with  Fob 1; tho iffreatest li-nprovemont  rwas. in?Ontario.?'7'.'        '.'??  J. F. Emotaon (loft), gonoml chairman of the Brotherhood or Railroad  "FOnglni'-erfl, and J. %', MoBrlXlo, vlco-pr-esldent of tl>o Brotherhood of Rall-  road Firohnon, pictured 'before the PreHldeiitlal fadt-flndintf commisBlon at  Albany seeking settlement of the waire dispute. Inset la Colohol J. T, Loroo,  president of tho Delaware mid? Hudson RKt., shown at the conforenco,  ,;., ;; ������������������9!UIMlV������'|*),t'.l>MOUrH.   O*-    WOriC ,  Vict0i*ia.--~MaxImi^ of work  are cut from 56 to 48 hours a week  under the 'new���������'.yboll������H^���������ojf'.:^o"**fc,,,' hilt  given second reading In tbe British  Columbia legislature. Tho measure  also broadoiin the ncopo of regulations to include pmctlcally all in-  duotHen ahd occupations. Tbo lonner  act waa tnore reatHcted In ito applies*^  [Mon,  .L.'-i-r.  ^j,J  S'.f'.'I'.v'i.'.'VV XHS& 43ttJttSTO������   JMSVASSW  I ne telephone  brought  eggs in  a  Mrs. Currycrumb co%sulted her  recipe book and noted that three  eggs were required for the cake  she was planning to make.   .  "Oh* dear!" she sakL "I  haven't an egg in the house, and  I'd hate to -go out this "morning  its just pouring."  Thanks to her telephone, Mrs.  Curricrumb got the -egfgs without  .venturing out in ths rain. A call  to the corner g-rocery store  brought the eggs in a Jiffy.  able numbers at the cantata at  Presbyterian Church, Creston on  day evening, and again on Tuesday for  tbe Nelson coys' choir concert at Trinity  United uhurch."--  Canyon United Church ladies' aid had  their usual Easter Monday sale and  supper at the ballon Monday which was  quite a financial success "frith a cash intake of $25. The Swedish Lutheran  ladies had a table-also and enjoyed a  trade amounting to $10. In the everting the Sunday school presented a concert which had a patronage cf $10. For  the concert W. E. Searle made an  efficient chairman. '  Vigne,      Mary  Donaldson.  Watson,      Margaret  Grade "������������������-  Division 3���������Miss Wade, teacher.  ? 'Bnrolmenti^SV^:.'''  Aversg*s sttssiSssice, 80.4B.  Pronciency-7"Grade 6���������Steve Bullock,  Wilfrid Wightman, George Carr Grade  5���������Jessrca Husband, Justher Ostendorf,  Charlotte Wilks. .   y      ;,  Perfect attendance-^George Carr'.Bar-  bara Cartwright, Edward JJavis,-Lillian  errand boy, ready to  in rain or shine.  *jj*        4������������-a**** lAf-iaCi  <*        K*M *vl*COO  serve you  W Sftft*i*SHTseit*        1amlASsi-lAnA       !*A  muiBB'Kllaiiii      i Mi-nuISiill'ii     iail.  a������>uu8uiiEaa        ii auaautiutaajauf ataw       maiaa  LIMITED  f ������������  rk*r������*n.t>*--r ���������*���������**-> ������>��������� '*%**%****%*.  IrfiLO i iiii fflE."*!!*"*���������  Issued every Friday.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, APR.   $  ������*������_"**������-     ������av    ���������������������������  J. P. Vance was able to return  to his home at Canyon on Thursday, improv*Bd.v  Mrs. Ray Walker is a patient  but is improving.  Mrs. Hoy Browell and baby,  of Canyon, left for home on,  Saturday.  Dick Staples was a patient for  removal of tonsils.  Oscar Ofner of Wynndel was  able to return home on Saturday  much improved.  Lois Botteril of Erickson was a  patient during the week.  Miss G*??*B'ii Wilson of Siydar  was a patient for removal of  tonsils.  Doug. Putnan of Erickson was  operated on for appendicitis on  TS������������������������a/*lo.'������r ������������#"l ic Horn or waII  j^���������udt���������u, Eniest Hiils, Os������������ Kursck,  Dorothy Klingensmith, BHen Morabito,  Ethel McLaren, Bert McFarlandf David  McFa*r!snd; Muriel Raymond, Marion  Staples, Esther Ostendorf, "Vera Watson,  Charlotte Wilks Wilfrid W������.BJ'h!man;  Division?4���������Miss Learmonth, teacher.  Enrolment, 42. . _���������     r       _  Proficiency: Gradu 4���������Jean Bunt, Kose  Rota, Jean Prldhwa.    Grade S���������-Anna  Kinkade, Louise Kare, Jimmy O'Neil.  Perfect attendance���������Donald Andrews,  Hurley    Brady,    Jean    Sunt.    xx^-^-  ��������� ���������US fiiB*���������a������VW81CCIl     iXXXMXlll,  Thelma Andestad, Grade lb���������Donald  Benedetti. ^ Grade 1c���������Marion Butter-  ���������SeSd. Berths Lachat.  Perfect attendance^-Thelma Andestad,  Louise Biitterfleld, Tommy Butterfield,  Terry Davidge,-Ray Davis. Paul ElasoflF.  Frits Hess. Manuel Hess, David Hindley, Dons Huscroft, Renee Lachat,  Mary Markin. Nick Markin, Gordon  Otziivie; vera Fackman, KJiizabeth Kum-  -sey,. Rose MarEe Wolfrum, Marianne  Franklin, Peter Plotnickoff, -Bertha  Lachat^        .7-:- ....-.-  district deputy grand chancellor,  and Bro. Totter!- chancellor .commander of one of the Spokane  lodges/  ravioli  ������  ************* ********am**mmmm.i  John Vance? who has  at Creston hospital, has  been a patient  returned' home.  Mrs. Joe Meteieski of Wynndel  is a patient.  Miss Anna Sommerfeld of  Erickson was operated upon for  appendicitis on Tuesday and .s  doing  ������y  D'Zvigola Doris Gabelhei, Mary  Gabelhei. Bertha-Gardiner, Louise Hare,  Anna Kinkade, Russell Martin, Raymond Moore, Teddy Olivier, Jean rrid-  ham, Willie Rodgers, Bruce Ross, Rosie  Rota, Robert Strong��������� Sheldon Weiss,  Nolan Weiss* Tom Ross.  Division 8���������Miss Hobden, teacher.  Enrollment, 4i.  Average attendance, 87 02.  Proficiency: Grade Sb���������Anna Peltzer,  Ethel Hesdren, Rose Morabito. Grade  2���������Gwendolyn Moore, Raymond Cooper,  Elmer Pagens.  Perfect attendance���������Russell. Biccum,  TRftytnond Conner. Patav Forbes. Leslie  Harris, Ethel 'Hendren, Richard Hood.  Eunice Hughes, Freddie Hurrack* Rose  Kinkade. Gwendolyn Moore,- Rosie  Morabito. Elmer Paeens. Anns? Peltzer.  Victor Peltaer, Frank Rota.  Division 6��������� Miss Holmes, teacher.  Enrolment, 82.  Average attendance, 27.19.  Proficiency:    Grade   la���������Ena   Jones,  Lorna Bell, Laurel Keirn, Charlie Tomp  kins. . Grade lb-���������John Harris, George  Donaldson. Eileen Weston.  Perfect attendance���������Mary BbSey,  John Harris. Lyle Klingensmith. Albert  Lovestrom, Alice Lovestrom, Violet  Pagens, Henry Read, Gordon Rodgers,  Mildred Strong, Charlie Tompkins, Jack  Wilks.  Li^isr Schssol Rspori  <*The March report of Division 1 of the  Lister school shows the following taking  oroflciency honors: Grade 8���������Douglas  Sinclair, Jean Donaldson. Grade 7���������  Lorna Donaldson, Cyril Bird. Grade 6���������  Margaret Dent* Alice Wellspring. Grade  6~-Margaret Sinclair. Millv Beard.  Perfect attendance���������Milly Beard,  Cyril Bird, Margaret Dent* Martha  Domke, Jean Donaldson, Vernon Don  I aldson. Jean Flynn, Erika Meyer. Erwin  Rylan, Douglas Sinclair, Margaret  Sinclair, Alice-"Wellspring.  In Ui vision 2 the class leaders* are:  Grade 4���������Mary Daas,! H������len Gustafson.  Grade 3-���������Stellar Beard, Mary Millner.  Grade 2���������Dorothy Millner. Grade la���������  Irene McKee.   Grade lb���������Harry Krebs.  Perfect attendance���������Stella Beard.  Mary Daus. Daniel Domke, Oscar Herman, Irsss McKss, Dqrctby Mi;.!r.er,  Mary Millner. Arthur Sommerfeld, Hugo  Sommerfeld. Befiaice Donaldson, Freda  Idsca. ' ;-;���������-.    ' "-'--���������' -J '.- '7 .*"'.'"  Announcing a full line of  Work and Dress  Shoes for Men!  Men'* Blmch Elk Shoes  t a  tough   wearing " Work  Shoe, easy fitting Tine with  Chrome Soles, nailed and  sewn. Exceptional oft-fore  today at $2.95.  Men's ������hress Oxfords and  Ajwflufts...-  , -.'J*"'*"1*."*,        *     "-���������.;  ������������������������������������  See the Hunter's 16-inch  ir"       ftihinff RJkntat.  e  a,  ���������  Bl  ���������  B  a  ���������  Doni  well.  avaf*  k R  mawawAS*  ^Anm**!*  K.Fo. Reunion  High School Report  Miss Phyllis Barnbardt is spending  the Easter vacation with her parents at  Glcnlitty.  Mia������ Maxy Oisou is here from. Kimberley on an Easter week visit witb ber  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson.  The 1934 delivery of nursery stock is  ���������under way, and quite a large quantity  of apple and stone fruit trees are being set oat here. '  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tedford and  family moved into their new house on  the ten acres tbey recently purchased  from G. Niblow.  a ne  *ar.AC7^A  ycung peepse ^sijasrea ������iarry  VanAckeran a sendoS on Saturday ni������-bt  at the ball, prior to bis leaving for Penticton.   Dancing, was tbe feature.  H&rrv VanAckeran got away on Sun  day to "Penticton in which town be has  accepted a   good   position with a new  firm  starting    in   the fruit marketing  business.  The choir of vanity Church, Creston.  furnished the music at the service at  Canyon United Church on Easter Sunday afternoon* and their effort was much  appreciated.  John Nygaard. jr., who has been away  for a couple of years, spent at the Flin  Flon mine in northern Manitoba, and  later at Wetaskwin, Alberta, arrived  home this week.  Canyon citizens were out in consider-  iisnii-a-r*  mm9"*ia**  ~_ -o-.��������� j���������  il     Leaoers:    .liraae X2���������n.atuie���������u vuuu;  -Atfil'l ?3 8������ Ell������? HajenTi^'.'. Grade 11���������John  Enrolment for Month Totals 220  A  -ICBTBiMVlia  mmm*  - aMj.%a.  mj  CKrfkaK,  juiliguu;  Over Quota���������Division 1 Has  Best Average  AticMuaipCc:.  ispencer tv.i, uons urosny en.4. Kiraae  10��������� June Wigen 84.8. Lloyd MacLaren  78.7. Grade 9���������Roy Jackson 78.6. Lance  Maddess 68.1.  Grade 12: Pass list (names in order of  mefi-t*11���������^Honors "*"���������T-^tfelee*11 Bund"'. Pass'  ���������Ellen  Hagen, Marjorie Crosby. Alex-  Divimon l-"E7Mariiott, Principal.  Enrolment, S6. ���������:���������-���������  Average attendance,. 34.3.  ProSsien������-y: Grade 8~L������rraihe Olivier,  Jessie Spratt. August Morabito.. Grade  7���������Lottie iviein, Ruby Palmer, Egou  Hollm. i  Perfect attendance���������Frances Bourdon,  Bill Craig, Gladys Davis, Maisie Ferguson, Stanley Hendren, Iona Hills,  Egon Hollm, M. Jones, K. Keirn,  Wilfred LaBelle, Gordon Martin,  August Morabito, Helen McCreath,  Sam ; Nastasi, Lorraine Olivier,. Helen  Staples, Desmond Truscott, Bill Weir,  L. Weiss, D. Harkness.  Division 2���������A. Robertson, teacher.  Enrolment, 35.  Average attendance, 32.6.  Proficiency: Grade?���������Billy McFarland  Ronald Cooper, James Bourdon Grade  6���������Kenneth Hester, Bob Vigne, Jack  Hall.  S(Perfect attendance���������Sidney Argyle,  on aid Cooper, Russell Gabelhei, Mai^-  ?[uerite Grant, Jack Hall, Doris Hendy,  Cdith Johnson,*Tommy Johnson, Arth-  ena LaBeMe, Thelma Lowther, Ethel  Morrow,    Billy   McFarland,      Evelyn  Agnes Crane, Msry^ Abbott, -Alice Westing.  "        ...���������".' 7  Grade 11:7 Pass���������John Spencer. Doris  Crosby. Ethel Sutdiffe, Eleanor Spratt,  Charles Taylor, Molly Moore, Harold  MacLarenl Ethel VanAckeran. Conditional���������-Norma Marshals, Dorothy Palmer,  Daisy Trevelyan,. Clifford York, Irene  Bourdon, Eva LaBelle.  Grade 10: Honorg���������June Wigen. Pass  ���������Lloyd MacLaren, Hilda Hagen. Richard Avery, Edwa?,d. Argyle, Elisabeth  Stace Smith, James,Downes. Conditional  ���������George Dodd, Chester GopHn. AHeen  Klingensmith, Dorothy Wightman, EKz  abeth Kemp. 7,    ' V  Grade 9f Pass���������Roy Jackson, Lance  Maddess, Hughena, McCreath, Marion  Cooper, Irving Ferguson, Daisy Rogers.  Bruce Niblow, Leah Abbott. Cordition-  al���������Douglas Alderson and Raymond  Humble equal, Tereasa Torchia, Hazel  Sinclair, Muriel Penson.  I   V. MAWSON   j  I CKESTON :  *������ --' "  w I  ��������� J  (B������������e������aaialaiaaa������raiaaBaaaa8������aaiaai ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  About 25 members of Bonners  Ferry Lodge Knights of Pythias  had quite a unique reunion with  membsf^'isf Wild;Hoss 7Xj0d*fje at  the regular meeting of the latter  at Creston on Thursday night  last. The feature of the lodge  session was the conferring of the  rank of knight on two candidates  from Bonners Ferry by officers of  Wild Rose Ledge who had1 the  assistance of Bro. Fry of Bonners  Ferry, a "fifieTtnbef of the order who  has now attained bis 92nd year,  s.xid who SHed the pairt' assigned  him in creditable fashion. After  lodge there was an excellent  banquet spread at whivh a. number of talks were given and during which Bro. Fry was presented  with a suitable gift, Dr. Hender-  WATHRNQTIGm  diversionaoo i/se  TAKE NOTICE that Salmo Malftrtie  take "abd? use 10 cubic feet per sec. of  water oufcrtf Hidden Creek* which flows  westerly and drains into Salmo River  about four miles south of Yjcnir B.C.  The water will be diverted at a point  'about two miles from the G.N. Ry., and  about 400 feet below the point where  wagon. road crosses Hidden Creek, and  wiltbie Tu-*ed for miping^ and power purpose upon the. Aspen Mine, described as  tbe Aspen group, .*..      ���������,-���������<���������  This notice was posted on the-grcund  on theVlSth day of January, 1034. A  copy of this notice and an application  Pursuant thereto and to tfee-������ "Water  Xc'tV Will be filed in the: otfficb of the  Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Objec  tions to ��������� the application may be  filed . with .the ; said Water "Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  ;he first  news-  happy fashibn.    ,^J. and P.   R. LB.C, within thirty days after th  Truscott,-.With? A. B. Ness at the appearance of this notice in a local  piano, favored  with aVoouple^of ������*aper.^������?:      c. *    "CTl?? L  vocal numbers. ?WUh3the -;.vfeat-'  brs were a-nuniber^ of grand lodge  officers including J. B. Werner'  grand prelate;     Bro.    Armond,  v SALMO MALARTIC MINES. LTD .  . 7 ..-,  7 Applicant.  By W. M. MYERS* Agent.  The date of the first publication of this  notice is April 6,1934.  Erickson School Report  mMkmhmmm]!**^* Tafci I**" -A    am...A.A._ A. . Ja., jft... A^^L-^i.. ataK-J^,  llwap  LAXTON'S PROGRESS  The best pea in cultixation.   Grown everywhere as the main  pea crop.  LITTLE MjZRVEL  The extra early pea.  this district.  Ex-client flavor.    Heavy cropper in  LARGE f LOWERING GLOBE STOCKS  Immense spikes of perfectly double flowers, the individual  bloom measuring 2H inches in diameter.   -  XXX Ruffled Giant Spencer Sweet Peas, per oz. 25c.  Timothv.  Wewtern  Rve,  Meadow  PASTURE MIXTURES  Brome, Perennial Rye,  Fesque, Clovers.  Gsssi^iisiai������ Gs*BEs&E������fif: per 100 jibs'"-^ Jp23,������90:  Ontario Grown Na. 1 Alfalfa Smttnl  irestOBi Farmers  Serves the Valley.        :    ;  i  Serves the Pass  j  uamamt ^^^f w^mf w w^ A^^afamt *kmn  The March report in Division 1 of  Erickson school snows* tbe following talc  ing the high standings: Grade 8���������Hazel  Beam, Jack Fraser, Gwen Putnam.  Grade 7���������Margaret Bundy,J5f vonne Putnam, Marion Healey Grade 6���������Aileen  MacDonald, Jim Carr, Stella Tompkins.  Grade 5���������John Richardson, Mildred Fraser, Zane Beam. Perfect attendance-  Hazel Beam, Zane Beam, Jim Carr, Roy  Cartwright, Jack Fraser, Mildred Fraser,  Marion Healey, Aileen MacDonald, John  Richardson, Stella T������impkhia.  In Division 2 the class leaders are:  Grade 4���������Norma Bundy, Anita Heric.  Grade 8���������Tony Holder, Elizabeth Gatz'  ke. Grade 2���������Joan Lanp-ston, Harold  Beam. Grade 1���������Leslie Timmons, Jean  Bale. P.-rfoet attendance���������Harold Beam,  Jessie Beam, Lois Bundy, Norma Bundy,  Fred Carr, Eddy Gatske, Elizabeth GntR-  hi, Alice Healey, Anita Heric, Joan Lang-  Bton, Fred Speaker, Leslie Timmonp.  Xotir  Focket  used as  a  bank  advantage**,.  Money carried in   ii is -easy to  spend on vt-ifles or may be lost  or stolen.    '   ' "' "^;;.''.,    .  - '��������� - ���������       ���������-,-'��������� ��������� \���������.'..-.���������.'���������.-'������������������.������������������.    . -   ���������  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  will accumulate rapidly. ^  Small or larce accounts are welconac*  THE CANADIAN BANk  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  - l-leserve Fua&d $20(1000*000 ..  ������B  C-rcflton. Branch  R. 1. Forbes, Mon**iger  *m-*m Mrito^i^wai������^ifa*art^jai.^Ht'T-o^Ttaff������  TT  Wynudel School Report  The March report of Wynndel school  ohowa tho followlnK Wtthlnc th������ hiRh  Btnndinga in Division 1: Grado 8���������-Inith  Wood, Allan Cooper, Clara Wittman.  Grade 7���������-01lve Uri, Nesta Huscroft.  Ronald Wall. Gwde 6-i������yd. Wigen.  Sydney Davidgo, Gordon Martell. Grado  6���������DoiiIh Huscroft, Frank HaKon.Tholma  .lolinson. '  Perfect attendance���������Allan Coopor,  Campbell Poyotto. Inith Wood, Margaret Bfifhio. Elsie' Davis, Lilllnn John-  con, Elmer Hagen. Ncsfcn Hurjcroft, OHvc  Uri, Ouwiild Uri, Ronald Wall, Sydney  Davidge, John Marlten, Guotav Steiner,  Gordon Martell, Syd. Wigen, Eileen  Dalbom, Allan Davis, Frank Hagen,  Itjubol IIuro.i, Rolf Hindley. Deniu Huscroft. Helmut Pattalln, Jennie Pearson.  In Division 2 tho claos loiuioro for  March are: Grado 4��������� Ronald Wood,  Laulne  Butterfleld,     Grade 8b -Bonce  Lachat,    Crado 2a- Terry Davidge and  Manuel   Ileuu  equal,    Doris  Hunoroft.  \aaffm f    if   % m\mmmw mmoam  m    w  Wiaimwii   *   % ^ammw -m  BEFORE PLANTING A  GARDEN  Dig or work-well into fche top sis: inches of soil  Elephant Brand Complete S-10-& Fertilizer at the rate  of 21 to S ounces (heaped toaspoohs) per square yard. Uao  the lighter application if much miinure is used. BARN  MANURE is low in phjpqphate and it needs this high  phosphate chemical fertilizer to make a balanced plant  food.  For LAWNS  Use Complete 5*10.5  (Early Spring)  Ammonium Sulphate  (During season)  44Feriilissed 'grass  keeps down weeds."  Other ELEPHANT Brand  Complete Fertilizers  3-10-8   ��������� *  4-10-10  For KOOT UHUFa..  0.10-10 LIGHT SOIL.  .   4-12-4 GRAIN.'  "''  4-8-12 PEAT SOIL.  MADE BY  For Heavier Soils  USE-  ELEPHANT Branfl  AMMONIUM  PHOSPHA TES  3-14*0  16-20-0  The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada  TRAIL,   BaQ. LIMITED ' J  'VMS   i}K������������"l'H.N   J&fSVAJ&W  J^mHT.  ������A!  E   *w%-������H   m^mm.A   !>.������.���������������-������.--.��������� -* I      FOR SALE���������l-<"bw-Jeparator, in good  1-iGC^ii SmSmkAM JTCrSOalcs.il; condition. $15.   Double bed, seringa and  spr  Can'Tj-re'-sppn at Emir John-  Birth���������On April 6th. to Mr. and  Mrs.  Norris Biccum, a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton spent tbe  Easter weekend -with -friends  in Nelson.  Dr. and Mrs. G. G. McKenzie spent  tha . Easter weekend with Spokane  friend -.  ���������<f  r-foe.  oFr.  .Mis*** McCormic of Burton vs &  ton visitor this week, a guest  Stevens.  POR SALS���������Fordson tractor and  nlows, in jjood shape.   Connell Motors,  JJIIUWU3. - - v  Miss Lorna Lytie of Crawford Bay is  an Easter week visitor with Miss Ma ion  8������.T������.������.fJ .     .    -  18TJ8 8i AKXmtitXX .  J  The ladies' so! ball veluh have booked  the night of Friday, April 27th. for a  dance at Park pavilion* - .���������-  20-25 acres, some improvements; $100  down payment, balance -alter two years.  Enquire Review Office.  ntmttremk. Sft.  1son's,Creston.  FOR SALE���������7&-foot/ building lot in  Creston, about opposite new "hospital:  A"so quantity of lath. Apply Geo*  Nickel, Crpston.     ������������������ *  With the exception of Sunday/which  was dull and chilly, with rain at night,  the weather for the mat week has bees.  sunny and real springlike.  W. Kotzr, the Watfeina dealer at KImr  berley, has left a stock of Watkins goods  at V. j&awson's store. Anyone* wanting  Watkins supplies please call.   *   [      '". ���������  Allan  Sneers,  who- is  a  student at  Victoria   College,  Victoria, is spending  the Easter  vacation  with   his parents,  B  AIRAf 1TV   PIP  ���������w i 'fii-sytJL  mi mm     -m������    ** *a m-\m*4mmr m*mm ���������***  ���������ffe  mT\i  BPh  a    a a ~  I     U? Mil 111 b   ������X   ^UiW  I  GROCERS  P.O. Box 31  A&C&Taf&ay  untdiwi  PHONE 19  WHOLESALE  RETAIL.  "&  PIANO FOR SALE-fcUson & Risch,  used oaiy -a short Slsae, t$gfo $75C������, for  sale at $226.   S. A. Speers. -  ^ Vlee^-pfineipaS Or Sostad- of -Creston  nigh Bcn������o*i is speuufuie Jur "'master holidays with friends in Slocan City.  S23E-D POTATOES���������-fearsy Ohio, $2.25  per 100 lbsT "Netted GeKrVj\ .50 per 100 ["used 18 months.  Af*.     mm.A    %M~~      O       A    SS.T. SSixi nSrs. o. txx.otn'vra.  The jewlery store opened about two  years ago by W. R. Cranna, from Penticton, in the bid Auditorium building,  closed at the end of the month. .  .--���������'.     ,. "   '-���������  Due the Nelson hoya's choir appearing  here on Tuesday night the annual meet  FPU DAY    -    SATURDAY    -    MONDAY  fiakinr Powder  for m&Sww  -3 a,  ��������� <mafV       0mP  ������e  fjrestea.  tennis club was  pdned to Thursday evening, 6th.  pes  The-weather for Easter was anything  but suitable for the donniog of new  spring wearables. The attendances at  all th��������� church services was largo."  RANGE FOx?, SALE  ���������*������*������a<*aS*-**aC  m**-)~-.*.**a  lbs.   Mrs. G. Gartwright, Erickson.  Murdoch McLeod. Registered Optometrist of Trail, will be at Fred K1Ii>������?e-  smitb's, Creston, Monduy only, April 9.  FOR. SALE���������I and 2-year old hens,  splendid layers, SO and ed '-cents each.  Mrs. N, Husband (Alice Siding-'t Creston.  POTATOESFOR SALE���������Ear3y Rose  Green Mountain and Nettted Gem,.  $1.5S"l per 100 lbs. D. S. Tasnmons,  Creaton. '.-..���������.?���������-.  Dan MaeDoaald, who is C.P.R. tie inspector at  Canal. Fists, was resswing  acquaintances   in  town, on Friday, en  route to spend EasterjWith; his family at  . Crawford Bay   -���������-:-'. ;,;-,-a -,?���������-.- ���������  &OAN HORSE ESTRAY  AU wbi e enam  exes', with water front,  "West Kootenay, Power  & Light Company. Ltd., Creston.  David Evans, who is!witb tbe Bank of  Txr  Of  fm...      - - a Vt.  s __  ww cauuiiiaber,   as  on a three weeks* vacation a guest  his grandmother, ���������M*r-ft*i.M-i Young.    -  BlJlLDIwG xJOTS���������9 choice home  sites in Block 20, west side Creston  Avenue, opposite hospital. Apply E.  Johnson or 7������**V E. Paulson. Creston.  Mr, and Mrs. J.P. Rosa,7 who'- have  been visiting at Granum and other  southern -Alberta points, for the past  month, arrived home on Saturday.  Swift's  SUUtQ  per Ib  a7"h#fc  IfiOOKEOHAM  1 sliced :  45c  per Ib.  WHY GUESS when you  want a  Cap and Saucer  in yo&r wbhins Oats?  We,give you a Cup and  Saucer with plain package  for the same price.  HAVE  YOU GUESSED  THE NUMBER OF  BEANS YET?  Contest closes April 7th.  12  Gwoe  MAuawm  <#*������?  Crosse St Blacktvelt  I   A������m%mW0m$mwtwm\m1m &.������*������������������*  i sgniauitj  -suup  per  30C  FOR SALE^Coal brooder, 900 chick  size, $10;   Tom Yerbury, Camp Lister.  SETTING^'EGGS^-For sale,  White     Leghorn.   See     V.  <3������������ton;^5  xVr-  urebred  aw3on,  from my premises, about  March- 25th, roan horse, branded Anchor  on left front shoulder. Reward to party  giving Infcrmstien leading to recovery.  E. SIKBERT���������Osrap lister.  CHRIST jQnilRCH  ��������� *8SBka������aa&������MaiaMkadk������a^B������a������aj^haa1*aa  ri Airti  ftiftlft,ianA,^AtA,,*atA-i-ftiA<ApAi ftnA iliAiAi  rev. M.  CRESTON  ���������1   p-BRCIVkL  ���������R*f5Twnfr������iv-  SLTNOAY, APRIL. B  FOR SALE���������Netted Gem Potatoes,  raised fromvlnvermere seed last year.  Gall at office.";?- CiO.- Rodgers, Creston. ���������  Mr   Dtiiiv   retail mIm m9n(l(fOT frt,      The   19JM ^daffodil    shippiag  season  pany,   Limited.   Trail, was a business J^PK&S9 ��������������������� hi������^?^%S^^  Viktor here at the first of the week. mo^. Alberta. The blooms have been on  wao**wa ������������ai-������ ���������������������; iu������v w vuc wwiw sale locally for.afew days previous.  FOR SALE���������-Anyone wishing to buy  a desirable home in Creston should see  Axe! Anderson. Victoria Avenue, Creston.   Two properties to choose from. ~  The W.A. of Christ Church announce  an auction and contract bridge, at Parish  Hall. Wednesday, April 11. 2.30 to 6  o'clock.   Admission "25c.   Tea served.  i snontu wi*6n pixv eass- anu w^t. c������.sf*46t  Rev. M. C. Ti and Mrs Percival arriv- section crews were recruted up to full  ed on Wednesday, with the former-due strength   for:Uthe  spring  and summer  to take  services  at   Christ Church on work.             .,��������� >       ?     *  Sunday at 8 and. 11 a.na., and 7.30 p.m. 7^  ;"���������'���������-> ..���������������-��������� ^            .V,           V  :*?������������������'-} FOR  SALE���������8-roomed, house,  large  r*-i������������ u       ���������_*������������������-        ������.������&.-.���������^���������       kM%0%mmjk'G   jam-rkf^AM*^���������*-*JB*w?#������������*f.   ������3*uia������     ^n������a������.w������ fl    vsafta������*is-g  rooniv ef^. 7^-^tl^i*d--i acre of garden  FOR SALE���������2 horses and harness,  wagon, democrat, plow, garden tools,  kitchen cabinet, kitchen table, chairs,  sealers, ������rock, potatoes, mower, cutter,  water:hose^*7^Ai. Wisegarbar, Creston.  The ranks of the unemployed were re-  } duced   somewhat    at  tu.e  end   of the  Steady Heat m Your Home   **������&������������  K^L������mmmmTFW?������ ._  mmm*mW^mm������f'^t 5^gP a&:  Don't gjamljle -odth yigar health by having varied temp-  eratvres in your home when you can get  Wi  _ ��������� _  Bfrl  m**tO. l  Gait CoaL  :    ���������  ^y-      -^  TRUCKING and KAULING--3iarge or small jobs given  - ���������" ' prompt attention- .    ; .-  f  rf-**^k* ���������������������������������  LJU,  WW W4������s  '-��������������� JS<&L?*^JX%.  S? SCmSUMJ  ���������4  ���������I  4  ^.wm'wwv.m'* vj1^1  ��������� y.^.%.^.v..y.  :v;:*"m ww  ���������wwmv  1 <r ' ar wj.vmwmw*'mmmmw  LiOQai   noKrcaaniBj .. peporw  trade considerably better than last year.  The 7 demand     for - Easter    novelties,  CRESTON���������8  Hoi:  a.m., iioiy t3ommranion:  11 a.m., Matins and Holy Communion.  7.30 p.m.. Evensong.  LISTER��������� 215 p.m , Evensong.  ;"������yAS'  Men's Half So!es, sewed ---$1.50  testis poieS* peggeca��������� x.������o  Women's Half Soles,-sewed- LOO  "        Halt Soles, pegged.   .75  TOBACCOS  Cigarettes, pkg���������.-9c. & 14c  PINT BOTTLES, lSc. dox.  DEPRESSION PRICES  Shoe and  Harness  Renairina  particularly, was rm-dieh Ira - ese^s ^of.. Jhe  '  A^^fy'^OxA^f ' ""  V W.t. -i  supply  The drawing for the': radio on which  tickets have been sold b^the ladies Of  Holy Cross Church will^ake place at the  Grand theatre after the show, Saturday  night* April 7th. ^'7  At the annual meeting of Creston Valley Stockbreeders* Association on Saturday afternoon, most of the old directors  were re-elected and Chas. gntciiffe wap  again chosen president.  POTATOES FOR SALE-Netted  Gem,   $1.10 per 100 lbs., $20  ton, at  QvoetAn,      t^.ammmxaA     <**,** g     n0f      tOH    fob;  Cranbrook.     AppljT    '.^  G.    Connell,  Erickson or Joe Hoe, Erickson. :'--.  FOR SALF���������Asparagus roots, 1 .cent  each.. Van San Strawberries, $4 00 per  1000- Everbearing Strawberries, 50 cents  per 100. <* Black Currant roots, 26c. per  dozen.   J. W. Robinson. Craaton.  W. M.Myers, who is with the A. H������  Green Company, Nelson, was a visitor  on "Wednesday, conferring with the  village commissioners in connection with  the survey for the prop sed sewer  system.  .A.A.:ft.|������|r^.*.A||A.Ar^     ft-nAiAi Aa  .fc.A-A.A.A.B-fa-.^  Cm      C^^^53 (faiap" '  Lajaj        ajaa hH^  L*T3^^^  ,m*   B . m Smmt  ������������������Ma. ^aaaaW  a**n*laau  ttaaaw %la.     '**- 'AHMm' <i'7!'  -������������������ jm*. ' ���������" MA ' ,. -'Bal--'' ���������  FORP V-8 CAN  The new Ford is more po*werf-al, more efliclent and even  more economical thiui the 1933 Ford V^-S. The.new  dual��������� carburccicin s.ystcm is Ibi'gcHy responsible jTor cliiis-  nnd for the fact that it is easier to start in cold -weather.  Even in the coldest weather the V-8 warms up quickly  and maintninsTan efficient operntinc* temperature because  ���������'.\of'������c*iy'th'ertn;bstat's7in 'the water lines and' thermostatic'  'intake-J^*"ttti.?*o!d- heist ���������cositrolt .--y  ' Lwtu$tmikkYoiiup������6mmhllhlnthltsMBMlng<4ir.  Phone IB  CRESTON  planted  to ^fe^sring ?fiuit 7trees, Ismail  fruita. -.^r Bawess^feaii^T*,;������^^ ^.'^bargsin*  M^MM^^^^^^^^mj:   ^  7 FOR SAJyB--?A������-i*8a^  ington,^two?^|-^lN?oldi!$3 p'er-400-/.-*^Black..  Currants, Boskoop Giant, two years bid,  $2 per ddMh.^StrawhaTST^. Pa^  ishSove*reSg)t*na Parson's Beauty. ������4.00  per 1000.    Also" Pansiea.   Hi F. Robson,  ���������Wynndel.7'7V,:77'*7?7'?; .:-'   7?77 7 ??7?7i ���������  Last week's British Columbia Gazette  announces' the appointment of W. L.  Bell as depuy* registrar of voters for the  Nelson-Crest'on constituency. The providing of this official will be a great convenience to voters in the area from Bos-  ' aa j._   j^i i*_aa---- >-.-���������  warn tu xsuavitzii.  ..-...*.- -   .'<!������������������ ���������:J-'.J.- ���������   a    ���������'-   >..-  ������������������PresentProblemsof Youth" will be  the subject of an address by Mrs. J.  Stuart Jamieson in the United Church  hall, Wednesday, April 1 ltb, at 8 p.m.  Mrs. Jamieson is judge of the juvenile  court at Burnaby, and is well qualified  to speak on such a subject.   Collection.  Creston won the .East Kootenay  ladies'" le**gue basketball championship  on Thursday night when the ladies'rep.  team trimmed Cranbrook to the tune of  82-ftat-Parkrpa'vilion; >J[n the game at  Cranbrook last month Creston lost by a  margin of ten points, but win the  championship by th margin of 16  points. ���������   . * v .'  Misses JeanHenderson and Marjorie  Hamilton, who carried the colors of Creston badminton dub at the West Kootenay tournament at Nelson at the end of  jthe week, returned on Tuesday. While  they we're, unsucceflsrul in capturing any  of the honors, presa reports indicate that  they gave a good account of themselves  in the singles arid doubles' play, with  partners p oyided for them in the mixed  doublcp.      .,  MiuB A. Fleetwood, who is leaving at  the end of the week to reside at Portland. Ore. was guest of St. Stonhpn'R  Presdytorinn Sunday school at the home  of Mrs. S. A. Speers on Thursday afternoon last. Along with tho sociability  the guest of honor waa generously  "showered"* with handkerchiefe and well  deserved commendation expressed of  Miss Fleetwood's work sinco c mlng to  Creaton -vyith the primary class of the  Sunday "*<*hool. by whom ������he will be  upcciafly missed.  Trinity United Church choir made Ire  roundct of the appointments with the  pa-*tor,;Rev. A������ Walker, on Easter Sunday, sinning, the anthems for the day, I'  flrat it,Wr.ndc������;.������A''l'l ���������'-m* Oonynn ntd  9 p.m., and CreBton at 7Jp;7p.m, Tha,  music, taken almost ontlftoiy from tho?  hymnal, conslflfced of "Welcome. Happji/;  -MorwinEp!" an'l *" At tb*-M*������**s)|-!* of .lesiis-V-  The Wynndel service Included a duett by  W. and P. R. TruBeotti^'Under life  Winja," tho crtolr RinElkif '��������� tho refrain.  At c^nyon'-tHe;.' COJ.Tr;r������roup asnlatod  W th<3.,i3oyfl';^oup, tog: vL������w ,n *l������c  Grttve." The groston^ervico brought to,  an end an active day for the choir, which  waa In charge of W. 3. Truilcott, with T.  Goodwin presiding ut tho organ,   Trans  fUS  *n  ".I ������p  ���������T "  'a  ':4  ���������   i  ,-<  .,   i  ���������;i  ���������    I  .4  .4  -.-'.--."���������-'ii.-SrjZf^--, * -*  T*flp*������|-'ai: ���������*  -*���������*-'-. .*^-  V-.��������� -"'-^.-^^^-. w-     ���������\-������~XT^,-5&3m&i\mVV^^ -?;-.-'-7-.        '--.'��������� ,:;,.;v';;,::���������.  *-1X&i&;mmiiy..b\i^  T  Fixing  ., w. . ^__ n. ��������� is  SiiMD; or 7GR AV^^;;7: *^K^^  any kind of ha-ala^^i'-'i^ r Chargf?a are modest.  your money Jii  we are doing bur best to ������ive you v^-itie for  CORBIN WASHED COALS and JEWELL*.  "Pfehtyjof-Dry Firewood: any length  fl*  1^ ^k9i    Bbb -1%  4    P.O. 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OSJ������STUl4,* ;je5.    m^z  1  A mother 1* -amother  before rWjbhiki is born.  ftfmtsnas ,&n obundohco  kof tfc������vv w  and eJrength of laother   7,-l777v''.:������wid 'child.- ���������������������������  rSG������MS!lMl  RICH IN VITAMINS  .1*2-33  Agricultural motes  Many   Items  "Of   Interest   To   The  Western Fiarmer  Canadian macaroni  and vermicelli  last _ year made ^an entrance* into Holland for '* tiby**" ialat time.  The total number of milch cows reported in Cankda for last year was  3,753,400,7s3a7 -jacrease? of 27>900 over  ii9S2.V:v!':v."'f "������������������?;'7 '';:;''-'7"' 'j" ���������"  i  Al'������\  ���������kmAAf  I  WORLD HAPPENS  BRIEFLY TOUT  Australian Pilot Mac Robertson  haa indicated his intention of flying  a lo*w-winged light monoplane in the  "^Sdonrto-Meiboisrne race, which begin** October 207  Maximum hours of work are cut  from 56 to 48 hours a* week under  the new "hours of work" bill given  second reading in the British Columbia legislature.  Tobacco production. In Canada in  19S3 totalled 39,400,000 pounds from  45,353 acres. Of this amount Ontario produced 32.966.000 pounds.  Quebec 6,095,000 pounds, and British  Columbia, 309,000 pounds.  Three church buildings at Fort  Essington, B.C., located at the mouth  of the Skeena river, have been de- j,  aftroyed by fire, according to word  "received by British Columbia provincial police.  The Evening Post says the United  C!^^������ frj������<.     ffA^AVnn..������f     ������-������     Y~.������^.m..~-     ^a^m-. ��������� . .. J  WW.bVd    ^VVVIJUUCJJI.     ������������,     XfXSMjU^,     B^^xx^civx���������  ed annually   of   from   S2.O0O.odQ   to  $5,000,000 in postal   revenues   by   a  Canada, including pulled wool from  lambi pelts, 7hasi been well absorbed  by the trade.  7..?The' economic -welfare of Canada  has for many yeara been affected  more by her; wheat crop than by any  other  single^factor.  An' increase in ^the number of  milch cows in Canada has taken  place in every province with the exception of Alberta and British Columbia.  The available information on the  dairy situation in Canada would indicate that the total milk production  during the present year will remain  practically the same as in 19S3.  Canada last year was Japan's ninth  largest source of supply, and apart  from Asiatic countries ranked flfth,-  but Canada, on the other hand, was  only the 22nd best customer of  Japan.  There is almost no demand in  Canada for seed that is inferior to  grade 2, and: fully 85 per cent, of  the demand is for seed that "will  grade No. 1 under the Seeds Act.���������  Dominion Se������d Commissioner.  Over 43,000 more hogs were graded in Canada during the first ten  weeks of this year than in the corresponding period of. last year,  namely, 657,811 in 1934; 614,6S7'in  1933.  HWVmVBPk. {������, .m^j^mwMf.mx.if      m- mmmimm mmmyt  dUNiJAi dtiilJUL Ittd5un  .    April 8   .  JLJCaMU    V-'ffBJU-Jl*    fAXHA*     M.XM.JOI    AA*4A**XM*xj,Il1M.  Golden Text: "Suffer the little  children, and '.forbid them not,? to  come unto me: for to such belongeth  the kingdom of heaven."*' Matthew  19:14= * - -  Lesson: Matthew 18:1-14; 19:13-15.  Devotional Reading:    Luke 2:8-16.  "^jciiii'mutsn  ������'���������  s>  ��������� VtrrlA      ba**������b*������4\������ta    Ira    *6rroA������*4*A  miHl.M"ff   aVUlilCJO   Ui   uCl*C*U"U/*G  "washed"  cau  sing   trafficking   in  celled stamps.  Mrs. Mary Mahaffy Blair, widow  of Judge Blair, of Melville, died recently at- the home of her daughter  In Ottawa, *W7 M. TBlalr, of St.  Thomas. Ont.,, is among the surviv.-  ing children. ���������'n"  Nineteen British Fascists, members of the organization beaded by  Sir Oswald Mosley, appeared in Old  Bailey police court and -were freed  with a reprimand. They promised  not to disturb the peace.  John G. Hutchcroft, 67, owner and  editor of the Cariboo Observer, is  dead following a long illness. Mr.  Hutchcroft was bora at Newmarket.  Ont., and worked with the Ottawa  Free Press, the Ottawa -Evening  Journal and '' the Dominion Government Printing office.  Shipments of Canadian cattle to  Great Britain for this year up to  March 7 showed an increase'of 2,653  head compared with the same period  last year, the e^act figures being  8,949 head in 1934 and 6,296 in 1933.  CAN'T SLiP OR Si/iwg  -BA-r^e'srcT  -ret-1  Don't use any old kind of remedy to  keep false teeth in placer���������use a reliable,  recognized one which dentists prescribe  such as Dr. Wernet's Powder���������the  largest seller in the world���������grips teeth  so secure "yet courto*"table they feel natural. Positively no slipping or clicking���������  blissful comfort assured all day long;  Forms a special comfort cushion to protect and sooth gums. No colored, gummy paste-keeps mouth sanitary-breatbv  pleasant.   Inexpensive���������all druggists.  u  Sure Signs  mi kidney troubles are pain in the  back, difficult urination, deposits  in urine. "Gin Pills relieve kidney  trouble by gently soothing and  healing the inflamed tissues. 50c a  box at all druggists.  Umbrella:" Plane Tested  New Type Machine Travels 135 Miles  An Hour  A new type ''umbrella" airplane,  which takes off with a 100-foot run  and lands safely inside a 25-foot  circle has been given successful tests  at Curti3-Wright airport, Chicago.  The plane has a 12-foot circular  "spring" instead of standard monoplane cons-traction, with ailerons encircling almost half the circumference of the "umbrella."' It Is powered with  a 125-hoirsepower motor.  In repeated tests the plane dropped to-earth at a 60-dcgree angle at  a speed, flower thAj-j,; a parachute. It  gained speed on ilW take-oil at 700  feet a minute and reached an airspeed of 135 miles an hour.  Dwight Morrow, the test pilot,  eald the plane was more stable than  standard types of craft Tand that n  uo^lce could be taught to fly it in a  few ho-.;rs. '.  J.-4M.M. IVVU MU1.XI  (By Gordon H. Guest, ftUL)  Nitrogen is an indispensable element,* because all life depends upon  it. While this is true, "it la also a  fact that neither animals nor plants  with the exception of certain families  of bacteria, possess the power of  taking nitrogen directly from the  air, of which it comprises about four  fifths by^VGiurne.  Nitrogen occurs in the air uncom-  bined with other gasses and in  enormous quantity.   It has been cal-  nnl.f.4 ������\%a*. ������8. n��������������� .. *.��������� Qn <VM\ nnn f/ina  \.u.w.wu   VJU-tfefa.   UJCic ������������j.\;   jb.vyvw,wv/    mmmmMmm  of siitroges**. aboye each square snile  of the earth's surface. Since there  are 610 acres in a square mile, a  farmer owning this amount of land'  may lay claim, to nitrogen enough to  supply necessary nitrogen compounds  to the whole world for fifty years at  the present -rate of consumption.  The great abundance of free nitrogen is due to its inertness under  ordinary conditions and to the further fact that many nitrogen compounds are more or less unstable,  and therefore tend to give up nitrogen to the air.  Nature cannot build a single ceil  without nitrogen. The _ marvelous  properties of all living matter de-  I-a-'ij.a In part upon the presence of  tnis element. Furthermore, it is an  essential constituent of all commercial explosives J^uch aa guncotton  ' and- trinttrotoluene 4*T. N. T.V*-as well  as of valuable fertilizers" such as  Chile saltpetre and. ammonium* sulphate, also of nitric acid, ammonia,  certain useful drugs and medicines,  an������3 dyes of lovely colors. In spite  of its apparent inertness and lack of  odor, color, or taste, all life would  sicken and die if deprived of nitrogen or nitrogenous compounds.  Bountiful harvests and vigorous  growth of grass, flowers, and trees  are obtained only when the soil contains proper  nitrogenous fertilizers.  For industrial uses, nitrogen is  obtained from liquid air. The chief  use of nitrogen in" industry is in the  preparation of ammonia, which is the  first step in the manufacture of important fertilizers. Some electric  light bulbs are filled, -with the gas.  Because of its inertness it does not  attack the white-hot filament.  *K^������fcr*>t am mm a*. ��������� 8 **wm A *++$       aflAi*������WfAA**t*v  4UA ^aCI-iaM MVAI       A-JtmAkkM      -^S%*kA*m*m.mSA*m.im*  The Kingdom of Heaven Is Entered, by the* Ch!!d-I������key lS;i-4; "In answer to the disciples'' question, "Who,  then, is greatest, in the Kingdom of  Heaven?" Jesus called to him a little  child (possibly Peter's, if .they were  in Peter's house at Capernaum at  the time), and putting him ln the  midst of the disciples said, "Except  ye turn, and. become as little children, ye shall in no wise enter Into  the Kingdom of Heaven." The double.  Greek negative in the last clause is  most. emphatic:, far frona being the  greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven,  they were in danger of never even  entering it. They must turn from  their wrong ambition and jealousy, *  and become unpretentious, hunable as  little children. A child, has no  thought about greatness. "Jesus does  n?J-     4 =  not say that the  child-like spirit is  ���������lT>Thn,������PT\frl\r   bart-tati.   than   the   s-nl-ri"-   nt  man. He does not promise 'that it  shall possess or govern the Kingdom.  He affirms only that it is the condi-  iluu. of viiZvLim'ijg the .Kingdom. .It is  not that the child is better thaa*the  man, but that the child stands" at the  gate of the ideal and takes the first  step toward the Christian character..  Docility, receptivity, open-minded-  ness, the eager, listening spirit of the  little child���������this is the polar opposite  of. the unteachabie, satiated^ closed  heart of the Pharisee; and as the  latter blocks the way to the Khigt  dom, so the former opens it. Better  things than childhood has to offer  are to be gained through the discipline and stress of life, yet entrance  to the Kingdom is attained by no  other door than the unspoiled, natural, spontaneous spirit of the child,  am% "K*SS^  Wis,* '. "fe m   -mmm.      ���������������1     ' 8  You   corral  MAaaL^HRTa   "     *.*l  TT ���������������*������--��������� a        j *���������  > a    real    troaf  "mmmll_m.~..m-~.XMln,t  m wmAm     j .^mm-m     mm ������-������������������  0%wm%J*m W*������*1  aW^^vVB-.ajMajB-B.^*** *KOi/fl O ������%������4 *������������*<���������*������ ���������  ������\<*^/M AK/ ������,AV*A WVU ������*Va\*%������ kJA-mA-~  teachable life will find a shock of  surprise that it has lost the key"  (Francis CirGen������"OOd *Pe������body).  "Though fame and learning and  riches great  Outside the gateway to God may  wait,       -   -  -Unchallenged mav enter the undented  And open mind of a little child."  <Rcse Trumbull).  himself- as a little child, the same is  the greatest in the Kingdom of  Heaven,  wKh Ogd*5ii*slLFiR& Cat. Yss  just can't- beat this fin������,  fragrant  tobacco   for   easy  vAtllSn/*  s*n������4   ������i������*%*������������!������,   *rttler\/m  Ing smoking.  Atim.������ you*l! nssver find! ������  finer combination than  Ogden's Fine Cut and  "Chanfecier" or "Vogue"  cigarette papers for down-  right enjoyment in "rotting  your own."  /-  SAVE THE POKER HANDS  F IRE      C  *l-������#-aV        *Vai*A  y For Socks  . Making Itself Popular  British     Broadcasting     Corporation  Rules Out Boring Programmes  Wireless is installed in more homes  in Britain than In any? other European country. The British Broadcasting Corporation, subject as it is  and must be to a great deal of critic-  Ism, is building up day by day a  greater clientele. It shoulders a great  responsibility, and one reasoh for its  Increasing hold upon its millions of  listeners is Its policy of ruling out  objectionable features -which have  made broadcasting a bote in some  other countries.���������London Daily Herald.  Some People Need "Law For Return-  \m, e*   TRmxfxmmmx..aMmt    A v������4-*/������lj*ct  The suggestion is made by an Englishman that the British government set aside a day or several days  each year for the return of books  that have been borrowed.  But why stop at books? Why not  include lawnmowers, shovels and a  host of other articles too numerous  to mention? We venture to say that  if a law were passed making it compulsory to return borrowed articles  to their rightful owners, in a certain  week, there would be such a wiid  scramble that a hectic session on the  stock market would be a tame affair  In comparison.  T  1"������ S=���������At env Pok������r. "Hand * Pr������-  mlusn Storo or*by mall--yoo can get  5 large booklets, of "Chantactor*"*  - .or.^Voauo1* cigarette papen In  Poker Hands..  Your Fipe Knows Ogden's Cut Plug *  Claimed to be the largest in the  world, -a' paper-making machine in  Bury, England, will have a capacity  of 1,0.00 tens, of, newsprint a week  and will produce rolls S20 inch***--*.  wide. * ~  HujUg it Iii  yrtiiT** lrit������  chon. Pull  out ono  ..o.l>eot..o*?.  ' W u'x 0 u '  Fnpoi* at  .a time.  lUMItTOH ������JN1AIUO  W.    hi.    IT.     9040  Statue To Bo Dedicated  The statue of : "Livingstone, the.  African explorer and missionary, beside the Victoria Falls, in South  Africa, is to bo dedlcated:'/'it^lB-.year������;  It Is being erected at the base of  the falls, which he discovered, so  that thc spray will fall on his faqe.  Tho figure is 10 feet tall, and the  pcdcatal aoven. It shows thc explorer  with n. -ntlelc in oik* bund. "Blhli-B, in  tho other, and field glasses slung nt  his side.  {HORSES SAVED  } FROM G0UBHS AND CGIDS J  . %m*m tramtm.nt tar- auKarinaj lloraoa. Worlct ���������  ���������xtra tast...taalu������as UiltawBmailon...iwokt8-  bMaarhbifi axiaiar.Ifaaal aiBid pr������lM<J kylwatf.-  iHm.-wiu.nwnm'qtmrnrtiom i  apjw  '<?:'.}?>! >i'"-'.''-.--->''.>''.'.,'.'������:'"',.' '7-  A German baron owns 20,006 fleas.  w* HSnjjQ     |Q ^9 69 ^Umrnkm  a   UM   Of   -'Wantod   invmUont"   ana)  Full. Inrorm-aUoii tB-inl -Vr** 0*1 na������uut  flit mm** on. ciw^t?^S,:: sic  w twailii ila������a������ Wwd^'WIa*  '*mm~maxm..f~~        t*   *������ ***\U      Ct ������% V^a  JL  mmtmtmlmmnwtgAj     mmjkk-km* H*     k-.*wA-*kJ0  Plana are under way to hold n  lamb sale in Mcdlc'a'o Ilat next fall.  C.ty oflloials and rai.mborH of the  Chamber of Commerce aro invent!-  gating the prospects for support nnd  It ia bollovcd that around 10,000  Inmhn would be available.  WEEKLY NEV  Wce!t!y'neTv������n**ip*ir rfl-ri.'nt for sal������  In    CVrntml    Rnnlcntclmivnn.    Will  givo   termn   to 78"o������f>������r  Kc^HponwIblo  maiii.   Apply to  Toronto Type Foundry Co.,  LIMIT1GD  ...,.'���������  Winnipeg  Alnnltoba  ' MCmCWmmi Kint  Wk^lmmllW^        mT a\   1   .  Wtaen your pbyaioul reRulni-Siy in allaiuirumJ",  wnd you feel ruu-down and "headachey" tho  ml** ihlna to do ia to tatta Andrawa Liver Salt-  on aevtirul auoveiiiiiva daya natll tha normal  8-hythm ia fully ro-e������tnbh������he<!. Andrawa will  alva Natura tha aid aha needs to do thia 'or  you by aMtmdatln-t tha innar cleanalnc funa-  tlom. Than, when normal hablta are iraoov-  erad, follow tha Andrawa Rulea of Haul th;  lfiat mnderat������ly. Oat lot* of aleap. franh air  and exeralta, And take a braning, ������ff������irv#*olne  glaaa ot Andrawa I.iv������r Bait onco or twloa a  , ,-waok. Suatainad Koodiienith-wiU wiii ply. raviay  you. Gat,Andrawa from your drusafat.: in  Una at 85o and OOo.-^TMavf.la^a bottla, 75a.  Sola Avanta: John A: Buaton Co., Ltd..  .   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of    "Joretta.*"
Girl" Sees.
"XaSpstick
leave    the    Hoyt
Hoyt    household. -
V" erth rents  a  studio  on   the
Avis
a stuaio on "tne same
���floor as Peter, and Invites him to
have lunch there. He accepts reluctantly, but is favorably impressed
with his visit.
(Now Go On With Tbe Story)
CHAPTER XXXVII*
.    SYNOPSIS
Camilla Hoyt and Peter Anson,
young and in love, marry secretly,
���deciding t�� live their own lives anart
-?��.*!! Peter ic able ��= provide rori��.
Peter is a young,' struggling sculptor
trying to win a competition for a
scholarship abroad and Camilla Is Ihe
adopted daughter of a wealthy family. She is not. to Inherit money
*when she comes of age and so is
studying commercial art in the hope
of landing an agency nob. Others ln
the story are Avis -"[""""srii!. snother
wealthy jriri who is trying to win
Peter: S?yli��ia Todd. Peter's model,
and Ous'Matson, his former roommate with whom he has quarrelled.
At a party at ah exclusive club
Peter entertains Camilla's guests
with impersonations. When the rest
of the members of the party go to
a cabaret to continue the gaiety,
Feter and Camilla slip off to the
beach by themselves and fall asleep
on thc 3and. When they swalce it Js
early morning and Avis and another
ooy   are   standing  near  iheru.     This
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"All that has nothing to do with
your problem,,Peter," Camilla changed the subject abruptly
w/iafr   -vr\i2   ^i^^l*   ��:2��'t
more time. and freedom from anxiety. I* can take care of both of us
now, and I am going to do it until
you" get established in your own
work."
Peter rose hastily-to his'feet, almost upsetting Camilla with his sud-
Scss It Si-scsssssxy fo? Ostisiilist 4.v *?***.
nounce before the party that she and
Peter are married. "Bowman and
w ccks, an .advertising- ageiiey, Wiscrs
Camilla has submitted some of her
work, send for her and tell her they
have a new account which requires
unusual treatment of juvenile art.
The critics "were enthusiastic about
iter work, and Mr. weeks offers her
a salary of $50.00 a -week to start
and a prospect of having it doubled.
She tells Peter of her" good
fortune in securing "emplojmaCnt. "Mrs.
Hoyt is-also Informed that Camilla
has obtained work and   is  going  to.
atawwi  rwmtUwM  Wmt^ifmmmimVkjium
Makes itself
to ��ou
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HERE ARE THE SIGNS:
Nervousness Frequent Headaches
: Neuralgia Feeling of WealcneM
5 Indigestion Sleepleaaneaa
��� ,*Loea c' Appetite   Mouth Acidity
" Nausea Sour Stomach t
Auto-Intoxication
WHAT TO DO FOR IT:       i
TAKE���2 teasnoonfulaof ���
Phillips'   Milk   of   Mas- I
nesia in a glass of water ���
every morning when you ���
Bet' up. 'Take ^another - {*������
teaspoonful   30   minutes ��
after eating:. And another S
before you so to bed. ;
-' 'd R-���T a ke' ���'��������� tti e:l ������ * rie w ���'; \ '���
Phillips* Milk of Magnesia   8
Tablets r��� on** tablet   for   .
each' teaspoonful ��s <li-   8
rected above. S
m m
raAi^aiMw-i-tf-ai-a-aw-afa*
If you have Acid Stomach,don't
-worry abput it.7Foll6"W tlie simple
directions given above. This small
fSOfrngo of Phillips* Milk of Magnesia
acts a/ once to neutralize the acids
that cause headache, stomach paino
and other distress. Try it. . Yotflt
feci Hko anew person.
But-���bo careful you get genuine
Phillips' ��� ���Milk of "Magnesia, or
Phillips* Milk [ot Magnesia Tablets
"wlioii you,!!buy---"','������f*,1- *>*������''��� simi*' aims.
ALSO IN
25c   uiiti  GOC  SlzeSa
LfSY FOttM
Each tiny, tablet to ���. the
equivalent of fl .tenspobnful
of Genuine PblUlp-*' Mill*
of Maanwla.
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with anger and disgust. Kis voice
sounded cold, so that it chilled
Camilla to the "cone, at the same
time his eyes blazed fire. She never
would have believed that Peter-^her
gentle, adoring, . amiable Peter���
could be so angry with her.. And
over nothing at all. She wa3 experiencing -what every .woman does
sooner or later after -marriage���the
-Revelation of some fault or Ignoble
characteristic in the man she loves,
and which she has not dreamed he
possessed.  -
Ker surprise at his reaction silenced her for a few moments, -while
Peter stood and gazed sullenly out
the window. Finally, she ventured,
""Bui, Peter, "won't you be reasonable ?c Is there any sense in your doing odd-work to pay your expenses
when you are so rushed for time on
your important work, -when I can
just as well help you?" -
He whirled around to face her and
demanded slowly, as if he measured
his words, "Was that in our contract ? You ought to know���you drew
111   up;
She attempted to laugh,, as if this
first quarrel must be a joke and they
were only acting. "Oh, there were so
many clauses in that silly contract
that it would, take a Jawyer to remember them."
"Now you think it was a silly contract, do you? Well, get this! When
I agree to do a thing, I do it. I'm
no quitter! I suppose you are even
sorry you married me, now. I don't
blame you, and you can break the
whole contract any time you want
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"Like all quarrels, every word aggravated hew unreasonableness. In
Peter's overwrought state of mind,
his chagrin at his poverty, _and his
.unrecognized Jealousy of Camilla, his
reasoning was paralyzed.
Camilla gasped helplessly, ���'Why,
Peter 1, ;,;Please,.,...don't? talk Hko that.
You must bo ill. You are ill���you are
working and worrying too much.
You havo to "let me help you."
"Don't say that again!" he commanded angrily. "That shows what
ybu think I am���-a weakling-, Juat
because ybii got started ahead of me,
you' ro laughing at mo���or feeling
sorry for me, and that's all the same.
If you think X lil^e it that people will
soon "be*7 telling;; me how? -ptoud "JC
should bo of? my "wlfo, yoli'ro dead
wrong'. -TheroSi nothing in the world
I despine and dread Tmore than llvisig
I on the income of ?a? wife who is moro
��� successful than her hsuband, I "won't
do that, even if I never do any bettor
than I am now,"    ���������'..
,Ho had to stop for breath. But
even that tirade did not anger
Camilla. It only hurt hor cruelly,
caused little snivers or pain to tremble throiigh iior, radiating ffoni her
heart, whoro a great heavy hurt
throbbed and ached.
"JEut you aro doing aplcndidly,
dear Pctci*. It la just that your work
takes more tlmo to dovblbp. You
rettiiy are doing tia much more than
X  am,   and  ii Will    be   worth   much
more in ihe end, too,    But you can't
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suits!" '
"I won't starve. -I never have. And
don't offer ,me your charity 1s*'.
"Why, Peter," she pleaded, "I was
net offering you anything. What I
have, is yours. And if anything I
have can help with your future, I
am. doing it just as much for myself as for you, don't you see? Can't
I invest my-money in. our future?""
"No, I don't see it- that way and
never will. You refused to let me
take care of you and now you expect me to depend on you."
"But that's different. If you had
to take care of nae,' ^it would hurt
your work. I can ���hel*p7 you because
of my work."
���**Whlch is exactly -the whole thing.
You don't need to remind me of it."
Camilla sighed helplessly. Words
were useless in Peter's present mood.
She never had seen him like that
and didn't know what to say or do.
Presently, she got up from her chair
swiftly and went over to put her
arms around him and' rest against
him like a hurt, bewildered chiir*
"All right, darling. Let's not talk
about it any more. I'm sorry���I suggested���anything.    I want you to do
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"Happy!" he scoffed.-
She drew back and looked .up into
his face quickly. His eyes wavered
and turned aside without meeting
hers, stubbornly. Xs her arms, she
felt his big body rigid, unyielding,
and he seemed to try to draw away
from her. Camilla's thoughts floundered desperately, but she could
think of nothing.to say. She just
dropped her head on his broad, linen-
covered breast and tightened her
arms around him. His arms hung
listlessly at his-sides, as if* he were
powerless to move ihem.
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Finally, she said adftly, without
looking up at him, "Peter, don't you
love me?"
He moved impatiently and drew
away from her. "Of' course. You
know   I do.    That   only   makes   it
worse.
It was as if he had plunged a
knife into her tnreast before, and
now he gave it a ouick twist to in-
crease her pain.      <  .       -> -:.
"Makes what worse ?"* she? asked
weakly. ' -
"Why, if I didn't love you and had
no pride���thatis, if I hadn't the two
greatest things in life ��� I would
think it was pretty' soft to have a
wife who could" make . enough for
both of us, as some fellows do."  '
*'I think you are making a mountain out of a sand pile," her own
resentment began to rise, "but I have
told you I would say no more about
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It.    Forget it,  and let's go out for
dinner  somewhere."
"What with? I can't buy dinner
for two with -fifty cents. I get paid
tomorrow, but that doesn't help me
today. Besides, I owe most of what
is coming-to me."
She would have said, blithely, had
they, not just quarreled over that
very thing, ""Well, come along. I
have money," but she dared jaot"venture that suggestion now. Or she
might' have proposed that they go
back to her apartment and have
dinner. There was plenty of food in
the little iceless refrigerator. But
that would < be like pouring hot oil
on his wounds of false pride.
But was it false pride, she asked
herself anxiously, and had to admit
that it was not, to a certain extent.
She was proud of Peter ��� that he
possessed such oride. even if he did
v.      -
exaggerate   its   maintainance   under
these particular circumstances.
(To Be Continued)
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Wake no yoor liver Bile *    ^
. Without Calomel-
liver
ba��s_ ,_,��� =_- ���. ������������
are both^hampered, and? your entire ayatem is
beui^ txtiaosea.
What you need ia a liver atimulont. Soma*
thing that goea farther than salts, mineral water,
oil. laxative candy or chewing gum or roughage
which only move the bowels���utnoruuDt-the real
cause of trouble,- your liwsr. ~
Take Carter's little liver Pills. Purely vegetable. No hazah calomel Cmercury). Safe. Sure,
e AtSt for them by name. Refuse substitutes.
25c. at aii drufigteia. 53
It takes a strong man to resist an
invitation to make a speech.
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yoiri* entire satisfaction���-pi-obably at less money in some va-
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Bo me a courtesy and yourself a real service by calling and
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KihaiB (puw    ar*T������-monr*jf>T8-*-   Dvum*  a.aa������<    -vj������a-aoxxJXBj    *a,Au a aaj  wx  A-m.-a.a_a.a. a   m..a.a .m.a.m   a.a   a. a  ��������� a. a.a   a. a . ^,,, ,fr, ^^,, t- - a .a   m   a - Mm   m.. m . a . m - a . A- A- A.  T  a������  (  r  r  i  with  **SL   a.JtS.  A *J|^^|    ���������**-Ifek'-f^f"*''  1  1  1  "1  1  POTATOES   FOR SALE���������Good for  seed.   Apply Geo. Hobden, Crestoiu  The April meeting of Cres on board of  trade is? scheduled  for Tuesday night.  urebred;  iawspn;  praise is due the committer for the yerjf  effective Gecoraxion ox "cue Duiiding, ano I  balloons and other novslq-ies added great- [  ly to the gaiety of the evening.   Holders j  of the lucky tickets were Wna. Ferguson I  I  U Ll ������, v d.vvu/ .N*.,"  ..,,���������     jr.<tl\f'.y..>*  ONLY  20 Per Cent.  ON"ALL FIXTURES  \  ������T-B'.V.     -.1 ^l-r  A select display of these efin be seen at our showroom.  .ti  aaa  mm  ���������' a  a   a  t  wesi mom.mm & upi--uo.m i  MHYOH STREET     CRESTON.    B.C. PHOSE 38  <*-*���������*"  ���������t"yrv'y'v|aj|"T'v'l'i',<;'fitf,>1 ^^"any v-a "8������"������' w  ���������a"������y a> ���������<> ���������  ~w~m~w*x  a. A.m. o.Ai<fc,ft.a..A,ii������*>. ^.���������fK.tk'i a>".'^i>V.^.V'ai. A.AiJ/trmA^A.'.A. ->.^fj.Ar*-i^.^.-*,.A.^.������i>.  ^ ......  a  THEFRIENDlmY STO#?������  ���������  r  *  \juanfy.j&uous t Isomer Frtces  QUALITY is the staauard' by which you should judge your  Groceries.. By shopping regularly at the Go-Op. *y*ou combine the two great factors���������QUALITY AND PRICE.  ���������BaaaVa������a*������BWa^a������*^aTsaaa������jJaBV  4  "     ���������      .      ������  -    4  ���������   1  <  B  "������:  4  1  1  r RINSO, smsU pkg., 3 fbr..:���������  .���������  | CORN FLAKES, Sugar Krssp, 3 for.  i s>nBfr-&? RmQAJmnz v**./**.^  3 f^m  i m.   m^rM'.MM   -xmm - mjmMjm*. xi.������9  jmjfaatrxsr , . ���������������#- j vs     I SPINACH. Aylmer, tin   r RED RIVER CEREAL, pkg,  [ COFFEE, Masswell House, tin     -..  > 7,? *"    WE DELIVER  J .25  ... ��������� a** V  A?  .16  r    .42  1  yf&SlOSI  IQII-Ult  jTss4*l"**l*S   ~m^������-  "������' ���������*-- ������"������ y  t't"������'t'  CRESTON    V  'rrt'rrr-f't1 ������;y������'y������^'T,,8r,������-  LET US INSTALL that Extra  Light or Swiicfe ,  It will pay for itsb\f in added 'convenience.;'  VTrtrrr  Leave your Storage Batteries here for Charging;   Low price -now:  6 Volt:~���������..^ 8Sc.        2VoIt......... 45c  T������ a'T\'T-/\   TI.-WTaW M  T-rmmm'   M   "rm^^mrnm^t-r   m' -r' mrnm-m m '  xvrtjuMv/ rvjiifj^irvo a'-*-������r-j!J"uiAJU'r x ....  NESS ELECTRIC  JUST AROUND THE CORNER  i*^riaj-faw^iE������j^agts^^  miL'.lBBaa,BjltUiiii-mi>ffii,MHin:iw*,'ii .j.^tnai ^  BRIGHTEN UP BY USING  SB ~ B  herwin  SETTING EGGS���������For sale,  "White 7  Leghorn;   See     V.  Creston.   ??..;_..  Mrs. W. Belanger of Jaffray is a visitor this week with her parents, Mr. an 4  Mrs. Geo. Johnson. !  .extst, oalbGi���������jersey   uchci, *.rf4   y*=  aS  old, freshen about April 7th.   F.H.Jack  SGIi'   "S������1Io1j1j������   RasiI    C)maa*-ixrt  Miss Evelyn Olivier of Calsary, Alta.,  is here for the Easter week with her  parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. Olivier.  FOR BENT���������Eight room house, partly  furnished, garden lot and fruit trees.  Mrs. M. Ro89, Barton Ave.; Creston.'  FOR SALE���������Netted Gem Potatoes,  raised from Invermere seed last year.  Call at office. CO. Rodgers, Creston.  '_.'-������������������''������������������'-.���������'���������'.��������� "."T  The village council has its'April meeting on Monday night, when matters of  sanitation will be up for consideration.  Don. Archibald, of Calvary, Alberta,  was an Easter week visitor with his  fnarphts, Mc'ancl Mrs. W. M. Archibald  .."     ���������.     ���������������������������''  '.-.]'-    .     . ��������� ���������������������������    ���������    ��������� -.  Mr. and Mrs A. E. Davies were visitors with Spokane friends a few days at  the end of the week, returning oh Tuesday. ;  Mtb. G. R. John and daughter, Carol,  are Ea?ter week visitors with the  former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson,  Kimberley.  Miss Elsie Davies of Fernie. and Mrs.  C. F. Armstrong and son, Charles, of  Michel, :^"ere here for Easter with their  f"Sf-*h-v~     *     "���������?'     T-8_-.SJ^.  lainei. a. a.  j_������������Vjc*>.  FOR:SA"LE ORJBXCH ANGE���������Reconditioned cars, Essex sedan Ford coupe,  Chsvrolet coach, in first-class shape,  priceright.   Connell  Motors,   Erickson*.  Mr. and Mrs A. W. Millen. and: son*  Louis v/ere weekend v sit'ors with friends  at Nelson*, and were interested spectators  at the badminton tournament play in  that eity on Saturday.  Esster services at the*' TTnit^d Church  at "Wynndel and Canyon.were-brightened  up by special music which was" furnished  by the choir of Trinity United Church,  which provided the music at both points.  Mr. and Mrs. J.--P.-'MacDonald and  children?are oh a short visit near Salem,  Oregon,- and on their Teturn will be  accompanied- by. - the 'latter's* mother.  Mrs. Best, who has been on an extended  visit with her daughter at- that jpoint.  The final basketball game of *jjhe:.sea-  -*on was played entFridaj*? night at. Park  pavilion, when 8^e??IraperiaL Groreteria  quintette won from Wynndel; 28-26. At  Wynndel the^'W^dhPsday night previous  Wynndel trimroec|,tbe grocery by a two*  point margin.^ .7?^! 7    ^. - -  -       ^  Trinity United Church was -fiile-i-*to  overflowing for the-'concert put-on. on  Tuesday evening by membfirs of the boys*  choir of St. Paul's United Church* Nelson^ fifteen of wboaa "were in charge 'ofthe pastor, Rev. J.T. and Mrs. Ferguson.  Those present strfite it "s*"as i.the^ best  musical treat Cre**tbn has ever had  There was a larg*> -attendance at  the  April meeting  of, Creston Valley VPost  ��������� Canadian Legion fin Tuesday night, at  which the president;, John Bird, presided  and a new member was elected to memT  berehip.. There   was an animated discussion on pension * mat* ers.* Ypres-will  be. commemorated,  with     the , Legiion  attending  service Vat" Trinity    United  Church,  Sunday   evening,   April-16th.  Tentativt? arrangements were made for  attending  the  memorial   services held  annualy at Boswell dufing April.. V  Creston Hospital * Women's .Auxiliary  Easter Monday dance at Park pavilion  was much enjoyed by an attendance of  at least 250 people. The music was supplied ;by the Creatohian and Walde  orchestras and was excellent throughout.  A splendid innoVatlori was the bandstand  in the, middle of the   pavilion.   Much'  and Chas. Davis.    The Bos?" Scouts win  ning orizes for the greatest.number ot  ������.*-,1Vn4-~      matJt      ^..^ma      ������~l|_-.������.__       C)j_���������t^I������     m^A  Campbell York. Boy Scouts -in unifo-em  assisted in servidg supper. F. V. Staples,  chairman of the heaps" al bard of directors, performed the duties of master of  ceremonies in his usual genial manner.  "When all expenses are paid it la expected  that almost $90 will be handed the hospital board by the Women's Auxiliary.  JPUbUc  Having just added to  my Paint and Varnish  stock  Super*  Varnish  in  e  ���������C  Present Problems?  ���������   :*���������   . VVbV- ytr ���������.-. '.  m-W .93 ���������'��������� ';"* '.  oj xpmn  ���������    -.. '.'      '  "' -. m-      .'2-t'.m-f   ���������  .i*V '���������- -?'-vi-  ,'       -.*-*Vi.',.  ������������������;���������������������������-������������������'-^   "; :by.:?..V"7.:v:;7; ��������� ���������  Afrs^.J. ^Stuart'" Hatiii^oH^ -  present Jud*#^t^eB&ir^by; 7  >Juv*3t|if*������ Court,;.v.07... ,,-,.,  Unitsd Ghurclr Hall, Creston  , ;H alf-Gallons.--.  v^iiarts---������������������-*-. ...  Pint*^���������   Half-Pints..  ������������������^���������������������������aa'aaaa*  $3.80  it, nn  "      *m*k mSMS  1.10  .   .65  Stiitabli3rfor* all purposes where  '-������������������v. hardh-suirface finish is  required.       V*7ill; not  "���������"turn white.      ?  .-v*v.  Xj. ?Siiiciair  ������������������. - -.-  m--������-  L  ���������Uresfp-tivwartiwa-re  V'.. EICSHT-P^M; .;??..' 4 v,  Allspice"*' of Ci^totf * &&F. Gl^b.  .... -;���������:COLLEGTIOH,;  7     %  ter kjreeiings  ito. Customers and Friends >  Lynne Fashion Shoppe  Upstai-ra-^Ne-ct Ross Meat Market.  ���������W  *>:������������������&. -1 o  ���������r.y  Shop where you are ssure*.tQ Save���������where ybu get:tlie finest  quality obtainable at the lowest price in town, consistent 'withoquality. .   '-' ~--.jj>-,. .".'''  8*8*^  7"^ .^'     j""*; ���������   ���������  -     ���������=���������       ���������  ,.,.. IT PAYS TO BAY CASH AT^THE IMPERIAL  .-'������������������-������������������':������������������ .-������������������       .    -   ,,������������������     e-  "    :���������'������������������':.   :'.-.,*���������   *   .      .    *   '-      ;   ' ' ������������������   ���������������-���������     ..'-y.-"   :**:������.;:���������>.  .'��������� -   ':������������������������������������' .*,..:���������     ���������'.-.      i ���������.-'.....-. . ���������? "*-���������- ���������'.���������...���������,'-' '������������������.-' -'" "7' . Jl?'''   ���������.-'-..��������� ;t?-V "i- ,;- /���������*'*-  ���������?.ii''!i!f"'*i! ^-ii * .fs*refi7?MM^s*ssl sits ���������  0 ������i^iji'li*liiB  ua*j giiu muiiuoi oPBOIBiS  SOAP. Pearl White Naptha. 7 bars  Limit, 14 to customer.: -.*������������������'' ->r. -  .25  FLAKES, Kellogg  CLEANj&KS; with handle, each....;..:._.;  Mystic Miracle Pot Cleaners. 77;  SALMON, Extra Choice, Pink, aSjIot .  - l's tall'tins. V--'*-   '������������������'���������. .. .��������� .��������� .-.���������.^..,..-.. .  . ,������x:-:'. ���������  Their Paints have greater covering qualities, combined With last i n^ col bra. These " goods con tai n a  greater per cent, of White Lead and Linseed Oil than  the lower priced paints, and are consequently cheaper.  FAMILY PAINTS for outside and inside use.    Sixes:  Gallons, Half-Gallons, Quarts, Pints, Half-Pints.  SHER-WIL-LAC Stains and Varnishes:  Dark   Oak,  Light Oak, Walnut and Mahogany.  ENAMELS:    White, Ivory and colors.    Pints, Half-  Pints and Quarters.  VARNISHES include Rexspar, Marnot and Excello.  Fast <:lry Varnishes and Enamels.  Shellac,���������Orange and White.  Aluminum and Gold Paints.  LinHtwl Oil, Turps and Dry Colors.  A LA BASTINE���������White and ten colors.  MILK, Limit 6 to customer, 3 tall tins  oi. iouitJ,i,w������t.'jNlc,,5i������iv������a r*icni*Ca v^-ttriJttti<uii������  SOAP, Witch Ha^&ilet, 3 cakes.....  -M-A7  **e  j29  .19  i  ������  i  s  ft  I  m  9 ���������  . I ^ *m������imp mi^m-mm.  ��������� memk^mnm..  '**-^-*m m^^ .mm.mf ^^.m. mmm.^.jm m m-  PHONE   -mm������  :-t---r...  1  m  '     ak..A^.A\t*m-*..am     A. - A.  .. ^.. A.-.A-JK^^-Ai^A-a*.     A.. ataV.^.A-aV     ���������aV.'aa.^ aaTa,,^ ���������j*j)b. ^Aj '(fat' '0 j(f|^ 0 a^ , f% j'^ m]'A\ m aft m'/fcafj*! pj p% a*a%������afcl.  Grand  C  Theatra 0  ;at.i  Ap  ril7  ;4.v  CaPla*L'BPnaf%lNaP!a#l^''Bt.l    ft H II" Ph A%    Ii    aaV ��������� *WP H H    ' ���������"���������  PCvTliM l&fllu Dlf1 IIyTll "t  ��������� llEl-aa 1 Lifi IflElllrjfffi 11LC  BIRDS^-<nf'/a  different  feather ...'.hilling  together I  THE EAGLE swooping down on hlis  victims with a sportsman'-* love for  a skilful opponent and a clean hard  flght.  THE HAWK preying upon the enemy  with the grim determination, of n  killer���������ruthlcsB���������ravenous���������proud of  his execution*-, -  Despising each other.they wing their way  to glory together.  Urn  The Eaie and  Ik-la*  ^*r Hfwa WW  onncERits  mt���������  COMPANY   LTD.       hahdwabe  b Q.is-j<iaa-|l  k-yj *|M i|U|J I  with  Frederic MARCH .  Cory GmQANT  CAROLE) LOMBARD  .TACK OAKIE  Aviatorny Hate Spurs Daring  Above Cloud**  ���������for Every Can you Bay^~y>ont ?    ;  !'."^;.���������"���������';���������". ,':^:0&k^^ v'-  ���������  ��������� .'���������   SPECIAL O^FER ENDiA^  WHEREAB.the 'soakers of the famous "Easy coat" Wall  Finish* ''Miracle" Enamels and "Miracle" Varnishes have co-operated with us in a great Profit-Sharing Sale;   7  IT IS DECLARED a divideifid shall be paid:.every purchaser of these products, said dividend to be aistribqi|qd .as a  Two for One Bonm. In" other words you, as a purchaser,  shall receive Half Your Enamel-Varnish*Walt Finish Free.  4  4  FOUR HOUR MIRACLE CNAMEL���������fteeommended for  floors, furniture, woodwork and all surfncea whero Enamol in uannlly. used.  Font drying���������rich rIobi* and wldo ranffe of colors.  EASY COAT WALL FINISH Tho new satin finish, eopeclally  made for all interior surfac.������. except, floors. '"Dried faator than point or  enamel. Dries Blower thnn lacquer. Eq.������yA%6 'apply.,/''Ovo*1' 14 colora td  choofio from nil aro intorchanBoablo--Lendu iteoli beautifully to Htlpplo  work   ,, .-���������!..   ���������).   ,���������        .4 ,-,.��������� .   /, .   7,.''.,,?. " ;  . , FOUR HOUR   r.V.HACLE VARNGSHES^AnotKer highly  HuiiBiuctory jjiutiuci, cur.y'.nj; thlr* ������������mn of ''Miracle " ' Teat ad and approved bofoio tho namo goos on���������Good body-full ������168B. , AU .ahadi'B..clear und     j  true, no vnuddii>eBB.  Drk-B.in four huufi-.'   ,  ,7 "'? ,.���������'        ' *,  Outside HOUSE PAINT, While and Cream, $2.95 gal.  ,������W ���������      '   "   bTTL 9> ���������   ' , , aW/    ' JL ''       'Mmmmtml       M*~A*1   ���������     Mj^   mmkmJ'  Dry Goods.       Clothing.       Hardware.       Furniture

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