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Array -A.AA^-A^:AAA'j..:::A'.3>Ji:A: ''���������  '-.V.r'^^^^,'-^-'..^*.-ft^r^'^?-^?-^*  "Zmmj  ^J0A%Myiywiwms$  777H7;liS  ���������S-.Ja aa\v-e.rS'SSX-  . /v  .Vol. XXV  ! CItESTON, B, C..4FKIDAY, APKIL 13,  1934  No. 3  . j.  mm t  mVw.'-mM. m*\k������km,\M.*   Va*  P  %k jm.m aw acs  Councillors Murrell -and Comfort  Balked in Effort to Secure an  ^���������^S J jtj**!,B**}rJ*l***rf **������������-��������� S     3        *"������������������ bw^ mm mm ma- ���������m    ������������������mmmm 'i^i^fwa  / .ia     "��������� "  Curfew By-Law Comifitf  II������v  ���������^^.^'^^Ksfe^:  If village property' owners wish'to  have an engineer's estimate as to* the  'cost of a sewer system for CrestonJt wilt  be necessary for a petition to be passed  for-signature, and said petition be presented for consideration of the village  commissioners.  This procedure was established at the  regular meeting of the council on Monday night at which Reeve F. H. Jackson  presided. and w:th Councillors Comfort  and Murrell in attendance. This decision was not the wiaS" of the t*SrO  councillors? who submitted a motion  af-Jcing- that $200 be appropriated for a  survey by A; JEL Green & Company of  Nelson. The reeve, however, ruled the  motion waa out of order, and despite the  vigorous protest of Councillor Murrell,  with some support from Councillor  Comfort, that the motion was in order  and that the reeve had no authority to  refuse to submit it to the meeting, the  reeve stuck to his decision. Councillor  Murrell threatened to appeal the ruling  of .the chair and take a vote to declare  the ruling invalid, but for some reason  changed his mind, gathered up his coat  and hat as if. to leave, and for a time re-  fas d to participate in the council's deliberations. Later, however, he joined  in proceedings which were not concluded  until almost 11 p.m.  In connection with the sewer Survey  ^here was a loiter from the inspector of  municipalities that stated it was quite in  order, and there was a letter from the  department of health stating the govern  ment would not supply an "engineer for  such & job.  The correspondence feature of the  sesddn?was*i cf much l*-*apQg*tanee. The  couijccl!-wiga tfli3?tht*iy? j^uld^not.lavyva  ~^������*i!M*a-*'''-ft^^  which asks that the  charge of this work, was notified hia services were dispensed ���������-yith as at tbe end of  April.   --..* ,   -  A very sympathetic reception was- accorded a letter from the hospital beard  asking for a donation of $184 to help retire the building fund- debt. It was  pointed o*ut that. $816 has already been  received and werd this amount raised to  the even $100O"-anoth'er $350 would T>e  forthcoming this latter sum having been  pledged provided the initial $1000 was  raised. Due ~ present scarcity of village  funds it wa decided to lay > the matter  over for future. consideration, although  Councillor Comfort favored an immediate grant of $100.   " i  Rev. A. "Walker and W. Liphardt were  present to support a petition, emanating  war*,   fna    ������S*l<������n������l    twvAM**     nf    4-r\c     STntforf  Church,, which askstbe council to inaugurate .the curfew law which will compel  children under 16 years, unaccompanied  by their parents or guardians, to be off  the street.by 9.80 each summer ovening,  and by* 9 ih the *wintei������months. Councillor Comfort gave notice he Would introduce such a by-law at the May meeting.  The: police have expressed; their willinjg-  neas to enforce the by-las? but will not be  responsible for ringing the town bell.  Dog owners will have until April 23rd  to take out dog licenses, after-which date  it is proposed to inaugurate a campaign  to kill off unlicensed  XffGh&is&r  Clarence ". Ariderson was ' a business  visitor io Helspn last weekend.  .MissAlta Blair returned on Sunday  from an Easter; week visit at Creston.  J >" m      '-Vi*'" ..  C. Senesael; who is employed at Fort  Steele, spent tne weekend with his family  here,-'   i "    Va*  .    \\  ���������   Telesford LaBelle, who is employed at  a.TC' r* Z.~*Jt~.\% -A-k~M-   _  _*. ..I ~8-  I.UC \IUBViC8l BBWSI. taiU(;,   Sg/CUb VU83    wsciv-  ead at his honte at Canyon.  - Miss Helen Heise of Cranbrook spent  a few days ls(-*t week, on a visit with  Misa .Clara H-Jnt, returning on Saturday.  -Mrs. B. Jolnison left on Thursday on  a visit witb Kimberley and Creston relatives and friends, returning on Monday. ? .   :;V  Reed& Mather are busy planting a.  new field of strawberries north of* the  John Kelly ranch.'  Mathews of Neison  spent; a  days here-last week, a gjest, of Mr.,  Mrs. J. C. Martin.  iew  and  meeting  Soar  af-fti*-  *****  a  A  Hope?iMcTnnis  last week yiflf tjtog Miss Marie  Miss  of  Yahk spent  Thomson  for home on  of theiM7 rancb.   She left  j^^7v-7?7^.;' ? *./ ?_: ???  ??Mrs; C7F*Kjn|ien of Creston arrived on  Wednesday'last'-at the homes of Mr. and  Mrs. N7S*. Mmander and Mr: and Mrs.  G.A.Hunt, returning on Saturday.  _.....,_ counc  a^. telephone Company be not allowed  to increase its cajjitai for a period of one  year. Jas. Cherrington/ jrl,. was advised  tbat Jf a sewer system/ were put in, his  application for a position to assist -with,  the engineering work would be consider  the late unas. 7 O  ed.  !--    HJC  heirs  UI  Peters were informed that the. deceased  owned no property... in the village As  yet no reply has been received from the  Rod and Gun Club to whom the clerk  had writted asking for permission to  erectatieup post on the club's lot on  Barton Avenue.  There was a letter from the Luther.*"  Church secretary offerings to" sell the  council a 150-foot lot on Creston A venue,  opposite the new bospital, for; $160. As  the lot may be required when Vancouver  street is opened through to the hospital  the council will investigate the proposition.  There was a letter from the West Kbo  tenay Power & Light Company, Limited,  stating it was willing to remove its poles  from Canyon Street between the Bank of  Commerce corner and.Barton Avenue,  but pointed out the pdle line was jointly  owned by the Kootenay Telephone Company, and that the consent of the latter  would have to be secured before any re  moval work would be done.  In connection with electrical matters  the council has arranged with the provincial inspector of electrical equipment to  look after inspections in the village, and  J. F. Coates of Nelson, who has been in  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of  Creston  eail-Up Day  All owners, agents of owners;  and tenants of property within  the boundaries of the village of  Creston, are hereby notified that  day will be Wednesday next;? 18th, with  the free, haul ^twa**- "of ���������"srha***������- the fo'low-.  ing day. Tenders for the garbage haul  will b������ asked for. 7.7?  Handyman-Canute Anderson reported  on the condition of the hydrants, which  shows improvement, but not as much as  desired. The matter, however, is receiving due attention. 7 Another street light  will be put in���������near the steps leading to  the C*P*R* platform. *  Dr,; Olivier, bealt-h officer, reported ths  -village free of scarlet fever arid all other  contagious diseases,- with 7a7grsat im^  provement in sanitaiyeonditions*generally. It was agreed to have,, the ������/iHage  shade trees pruned and cultivated, and  residents are asked to cd-bperat������7in the  work of developing sure tree growth by  giving ths trees In front pi ."their propeT-  ties supplies of water from time to; time.  Accounts passed for payment? totalled  $758, much of which was for road improvements. The Waterworks; Company? will be notified:that inj7iuture no.  wgk^t"-������u*-^^^  ���������-^fere^-^������sra|f'7^.V'-I^rJK!t %*feMi@������B&  cogaiicil.?7lnw t#*RnrSta^eit^  tba&in vesiigat wtf^b^7|*ei-|un" lookmgVto  the wWririgTtif ;an7radeqHa*!*e^1supply 7 for  the, swimming pool; at   the7 exhibition  grounds. ������������������". -j <-aJ-J: ���������?r.5;c.-v:;r:..^v-.i  ."*: The "handyman   was ^i^n authority,  to purchase any wire ne?ded to jprovide  screens   for   the   ends   of" culverts.    In?  future no purchases will be -considered  legal 5jrjleP3?made on- a requisition  from  which will be signed by the clerk.    ' yJj-  canines;   Clean up I.   Mrs^ H;W: Redmile left last week  for  Cranbrook cm a; viat with her uncle^ Ted  CSauson,7 o������?7tlie;;, Mount Baker tiotei.  Mr. Redmile dpe^ her by auto to the  di vfeiorial*otyr?|;| 7  VMiss Jessie37itVhite, school principal,  who--iws.'a'^gdest? of Mrs. McKelvey,  EricfeoiiV for faster wetk, returned on  Suria^y^Vech-^bl reopening on* Monday  after;-a^?4i^)^i'ilay- '-'*.  .���������7--F.;I>arn^ee^G.iS*;R, rdadmaster, ftrom  Procebr7isV^^e 7 on- business, arriving  Monday. 73^erspeeJa|i train carrying th  governor-geELelal^^attd^Lady Bessborough  went through^ westbound, at-an early  hour Tuesday morning.  A pair of tbw^s,? donated the Kitchener Hospitalv��������� Au*sil!*Sry by Miss -A. L '���������  DoyeorPen^eton^formerly of Creston,  Was raffled ??aj;fe'the7; recent bridge^ 60^  tickets were sold arid the holder of the  lucky pasteboard was.'-��������� A'JJGf- Slbradwicke.  Mrs. Ivan O'Neil of Vancouver  arrived this week on a visit with her  mother, Mrs. Stace Smith.  Miss- Iris Taylor returned to Cranbrook on Sunday to resume her studies  at the high SCuOOx m that city.  The baseball-diamond had been gone  over by the. grader and is in much better  shape tor the baseball enthusiasts.  Miss Gladys Webster left on Sunday  for "Natal to resume her position as  teacher at the Natal-Michel consolidated  school. v  W. A Pease has just^ completed the  replacement of his hay shed roof which  was partly blown off in last week*"s windstorm.      ' ���������-'. V . ''..'���������'  The logs on the C. Hamilton limit on  Goat Mountain are being haided to the  CO. Rodgere mill at Creston by W.  Keirn.. ���������? ?;v -  3.3. Freeney arrived in iQn Monday  from Rossland where he spent the Jttaster  vacation, and school reopened with a full  Name Resolutions Committee  and Delegates for Associated  Board's CoiiveijtioQ���������-pJscuss  Csrfew and Seer 7PIels!sc!tes  ���������' Miss H. Moore ond R. Moore, here for  the Easter holidays, have returned to resume teaching duties at Lumberton and  Coal Creek respectively.  The road roller ; and scarifier commenced work in this area at the, first of  tbe week, and is giving t������e bad spots in  the fli^^wa'l, some sLesitss sttsntios.  Mirsi J. H. "Webster is hoping to be  about as usual by the end of the week-  She is recovering from, the effects:.: of 7in-  iurv sustained to h**������ ribs just ~prio"f to  Easter." " "'?7>'- ���������?''������������������   % -   miZrich&ost  . .Miss CltaraHui-itenterl^n^  xmi&i%&x\^  ?J&^&Sj2^&S������*-X&mm-Jlmtel2mAV'^m&--,'V<  C yciUMBift"*".' P0**".^"1 *' -MW,-' AMuaagSrai.,:  ~" ""  >!ise,'7--^&i#J6r^������^  7Miss;^EbHtb7^1*^s6*^^  Richard Molander. ;\A dainty' lTO������*?was  gervigdiV^-''7'--''7^ .' ~j-j'77  '"?'.-?--'-������������������{i  ?The ;;hospitals bridge. itin7^-2dnesdayvi  March 28th,: was not very well|attended.  only 7 seven tables. participatingi 7SThls  high;-scores were made7by7Miss Clara'  Hunt and 7 Fritz Molander. ' Second  prize .-'went to Mrs? Carl Anderson and  Gjiff. Foisy. Consolation.prizes went to  Myrtle  Anderson and Mrs. Sid.  Si^e^ithejnaembers of  JamUv^*>a*fe^i������**.;^uai5������Bjit^  In order to complete road .grading  while the highways in i^is section are in  best shape for that work a night shift  has been put on the grad% consisting of  sHaSv Taylor and $. Will  There was considerable variety to  proceedings at the April meeting of Creators Roar*?   of  t-'-'id**  OT*1   Tyo^dav   rtiffhf-..  which was in charge of President W7 L.  Bell, with quite a good turnout of members; The proposed curfew law was  under review, full information was on  tap as to how to proceed with a vote for  beer, hospital matters were touched upon  as well as proceeding* at the 1834 convention of the Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern B.C.  In connection with "the latter gathering payment of the annual membership  fee was authorized,- a resolutions committee composed of Dr. McKenzie, J. G.  Connell, C. O. Rodgers and Col Mallandaine was named, and the board's  repres ntatives at the. conclave will be  President Bell, vice-^residert "*  F. Staples and C. O. "Rodgerer*" Alternate delegates are Frank Putnam,  Mf\P., C 1. Mallaadaine-and S. G.  Gpnnell7"7.���������..    . .7.-.v ���������??. .v.���������-...,:-..,.    ���������  Two new members were added- to the  roll*. They are A. E. Davies of Creston  "XTansfer, and high school principal, F.  P. Levirs. The meeting agreed ;tnat for  services rendered ��������� the secretary's dues  for 1934 be remitted; an i that omcial  gracefully accepted the remissiori on the  understanding that the amount be turned over to the hospilal. treasury.  J The: board expressed its, pleasure in  j connection with "the recent" broadcast  'overKHQ, arid  jeease  tendered Reeve  Urn A  TTBB**.  a*  F,  naaiA ���������Van'n  ,������Oa ASf }l~*\Jm.  vote  H.  of  thanks waa  on, and all  ������������������&  Jicorkirnnd  on? 7tne  Miss  Abar, who played a gent's hand.  T. Acker man was a business visitor at  prairie points last week-.  Richard Thurston, ir , left at -the end  of the week for Trail. *  Bob Currie left at the end of the week  on a visit with friends at Kimberley.  Miss B tty Kemp, who has been spending a holiday with friends 'at Nelson,  arrived home on Monday. .      .  Mrs. T. Wilson and baby aire herefrom  Cranbrook on a visit with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. J."E. Healey.  Miss Marcella Sanford arrived back on  Monday from a visit with Calgary and  Champion, Alberta, friends.  East Creston Irrigation District annual  meeting i������ called for Saturday, April  14th, at 2.30 p.m. at the United Church  ���������hall.  .-.-  Mrs. Auger and daughter of Greenwood  were renewing old Boundary acquaintances in the district this week, and were  guests of Mr. arid Mrs. J*. M. Craigie.  Erickson Ladies' Hos-It 1 Auxiliary  held the April meeting on Wednesday  last, at lie home of Mrs. Percy Boffey.'  It Wai* in tlio form of a towel shower for-  the hospital.  ABIcg SltSihff  Jack Smith was  Sirdar.  a Tuesday visitor at  ?  ups II    I0III  has  been   proclaimed   Clean-tip  Day. (tin whir-h dato nil ynvdw nnrl  premisca imunt' be put in clean and  sanitary condition.  ' All refuse, (except .ashes and  liquid) placed in cans, boxes or  other receptacle, and set out  handy to street or lane will be  taken, away free of charge by  Village trucks the following day.  By order.  18. F. ARROWSMITH,  Creston, April 10, 1D84.      Clerk.  The Social Club will be guests of Mr.  and Mrs. E. 0.������"trensky this evening.  Preparations are being-made for building operations in the Lakeview district.  ��������� Geoffrey Constable was a visitor a few  days last week with friends at West  Creston.  Mrs. W. A. McMurtrle, who has been  at Victoria for the past few months, has  returned.  Mrs. R. Dalbom of Wynndel spent a-  few days laBt week a guest of Mrs. W.  A. PeaBe. ','���������      ,  Mrs. T. Perry, who Bpent Easter here  a guest of Miss Helen Moore, has returned to Fernie. .������������������*'.   .  .  1.7 Willis  scarlet.-  . ?arii^BbK������?ai^7?iMriai|nngH  fsw^mei^p^  7?7M������7:^a7'M^^7: F7-;  family arrived from Kimberley si the  first?bf toe Tweek, arid, have taken pos  session pf - the Ejenardsen7 ?<Xidgate)  ranch, whicb they; recently7 purchased.  Jslr. Chappell will spend about7 ten days  'here putting the place in shape before rs*  turning to Kimberley. Mrs. Chappell  and family will make their permanent  home here. ^  &������g*egsff*  n  ANNOUNCING  MmTrmiw Gr&&fo  Thoro was a dance lit the E. Cardinal  home Saturday night.  W, Rnmm was at Wynndel on business  the latter part of the weok.  .A very successful dance was held nt  the hall Saturday evening.  School opened again on Monday after  being closed for the Easter holidays.  All the nnw fietttorn in fcMn illni,r!i>l, hvh  busy burning und clearing land for  Hpilng planting.  P. M. Wiltse, the local fox former, reports n better irtvomgo prico for the peltu  thin year than ln������t.  John Strobel, sr., wno tho winner of tho  cushion drawn by tho Ladies Social  Club, April 7th,  The otrawbci-ry ranicliora hi thia tlla-  trict roport vory little damage from  winter killing and ������no**t'of the llcldfl are  allowing up good.  T/ic people of Creston  ��������� and Creston district are  hnrdialh. Infilled to call  ��������� **���������"������"..-   1 .- ���������    ���������   .  and inspect. . the new  1934v. Chevrolet tar  now on display at the  Canyon St., at Barton Ave.  Arthur Lombardo left on a visit to  Trail, where he expects to spend a week.  J. Horatio of Kootenay Landing was a  business visitor at Creston at the weekend.  A large number from here attended  the Easter dance at Wynndel last Friday.  Cecil Moore of Moora's Garage, Creston, was a business visitor at Sirdar,  Saturday.  J Geno is looking after the coal loading plant during the absence of J.  Pascuzzo.  Mr. and Mra Homblie of Sanca were  in Creston shopping during the week,  from Boswell.  The H. McCreath truck, with a large  load of supplies for two of the ranchers,  was here on Saturday.  ' High Mass was said on Wednesday at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Pascuzzo,  Father Choinel officiating.  Mr. MacLeod of the Canadian Smelters Limited, Sunca, was in Creaton for a  supply of gas for the mine.  Tho remarkably fine weather has given  an impetus to work on the land, every  rancher being busy in thia direction.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marteiio have returned from Trail, where thoy upunl  their Easter vacation at their homes.  Canadian Smelters Limited completed  a carload of ore at the beginning of the  week, consigned to the amolter at Trail.  Alf. Palmer, road superintendent, has  been over the  roads twice this  woolc,  I Tho rondH mm t>t.rn\ntf iwtn, nV*** ?>.*!!*-**������*?  ' 'HOW,  Mr. Franklin of Sirdar and H,  Trovalyn of Kuokanoolc wore visitors  during the week. 78. Lombardo was a  busincofl visitor at Creston on Friday,  Gordon Boeston, onginooir for tho Went  Kootenay Power arid Light Co., was at  Kootenay Landing changing tlio automatic guage rocordor, and returned to  Nolnon the same day.  P. LonguUlft of Twin Bayn wuh Hhop-  ping at Creaton between atuge'i on Tuoft-  day.   T. IlogerH and F.   P������*U-f! of Sirdar  material for the night?bri-the air.'  Full approvalf was given the 1934  federal Fruit Marketing-Act and wires  will be.-.sent.^Pren*tier .Bennett^' W. K.  Ef-ling, M^/a d* *ralso ^ He^EL "St������?vens,  i*fnmist^^:^de'i#id ��������� cdtrim nrtntiv  th^ to^^iie^^iat *iTb  ,'e*^-^t!?Di^nd^ ?? ;"  71 ^���������^^^creter^^iH7w������*^??the- ? C.P, B-'  divisiOnai7superfritendent at TNelaon asking that"7the7ico-^ari-^i7atVthe? earliest  possible moment provide TpJecteic lieht  servicefat both the Crestbn and Erickson d6pots.���������'���������<���������;TBe''re"^dft':'6f the municipal  and.: hospital co-minittee and approved  by ths executive at a sijecial meeting last  month and forwarded the authorities at  Victoria was entrusted to the committee  for future action."  To the publicity committee was entrusted a letter from H. H. Peel? district  superintendent^of colonization'"* for the  C.P.R. at St. ������*aui,?'Minn., which that  gentleman had sent the Board of Trade  at Kootenay Landing, and -yhich had  been given to J. R- Bleumenaeur. C.P.R.  agent at Sirdar, who in turn, had mailed  to Creston board. It is an enquiry for  literature, ftc, concerning this part of  Kootenay, from a Mr. Filmer at Otley,  South Dakota.  as  were also Creston visitors that day,  were Mr. und Mrs. J. S. Wilson.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Koliman were visitors  to Nelson over the weekend.  The water as indicated by guage at  Slough bridge roads, 5.00 ft. a rise of  1.00 ft. for the week. The flow off is  quite heavy ahd if It continues like this  it will be helpful in minimizing the  danger of high water.  Sirdar softball team met the Wynndel  farmers here on Sunday in a well contested game. Tho persistence and aggressive tactic-- of tho local team were  successful in getting them a victory, the  score being 16-18. D. Blumaneaur and  C. Lombardo were umpires.  CORPORATION OF THE  '.-'���������'       ��������� 1    . - -, ������������������ , "     ���������        .    - ' ��������� r    . , ���������  "satf     *** m^ aaa **' a  ^a% M^kmm\  Village or Creston  Dog  Owners  Dog owner-* are hereby notified  that unless 1934 Dog Licenses are  secured on or before MONDAY,  APRIL 23rd, 1934, action will be  taken under the provisions of the  Pound and Dog By-Law.  By order,  B. F. ARROWSMITH,  Croston, April 1.0, 1934. HHE   BEVIEW*   CRESTON.   B.   *%  tt  B ai���������*&"������������.  -v^u-OBiuy   8-%-fcciawii'a-wi-j-'   i  ii"w<&v������  aV  Fresh frosn th* Gardena  a*  Ihe  VV ester n Hcon omi c Outlook  Writing in "Agricultural and Industrial Progress In Canada," Mr. John  "f. Sweeting, Industrial Commissioner, Western Lines, Canadian Pacific Railway, declares that confidence in the outlook for 1934 business Is the dominant feature of the Western situation. Signs are not lacking- in'many parts  of Canada that*we are slowly emerging from, the depression of the past  four years. Improvement appears to be move noticeable in the " Eastern  parts of Canada, where some acceleration is apparent in the manufacturing  Industries. In the West where we depend almost entirely on agriculture,  recovery will necessarily be more slow in coming. As a matter of fact we  cannot nope for any great' degree of prosperity whilst agriculture languishes. A good crop, fair prices for our wheat, and a market for our products are ths needful factors. Mr. Sweeting says that improvement in  trade, together with the realization tbat an upturn is now noticeable, has  brought back the more satisfactory feeling that it is possible to consider  that a period of trade and industrial expansion is, to a moderate degree,  Justified. Anticipated during the last few months. It is not difficult to venture the statement that every effort is being put forth to increase the  volume of business throughout tbe West by methods that are most likely  to react favourably.  It is, of course, too early to state what programme of new development is likely, though enquiries towards the end of last year appeared to  indicate that some industrial expansion of note might take place during the  present year, and that there may be more money available for building  operations of all classes. In this relation, there should certainly be a distinct improvement over 1933" if necessary requirements are to be met in the  erection of houses and commercial buildings, quite apart from any factory  expansion. Any progra nwne of "moderate si^e would soon improve the home  lumber market, which has been nearly at a standstill for some time, though  t**e export business has been showing important increases.  The mining indusir*"* is looking for a steady improvement, and activities  in relation to development would show a confident outlook in this respect.  Xn British Columbia^ Manitoba and western Ontario -work continues on an  Increasingly larger scale, -which will bring some important properties into  production during ttie present year.  The Western agricultural situation is a matter* of constant study of  "ways and means to bring it to a more stabilized level but, in the meanwhile, the Western agriculturist is bent on carrying on with ever^improving  methods in the production of grain and livestock; having in view that "Ultimately his returns will justify confidence in Western Canada and its products. This is considered to be a reasonable* attitude that will eventually  realize greater value for farm products, more especially as the major effort  is towards a higher standard that will meet export market requirements.  This work is already showing results that further the belief that the correct course is being followed.  Ia Alberta and to some extent in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, drilling  for oil and gas is to be continued. The Alberta programme is to be of  considerable size, according to present indications, the more southern field  getting the larger share of the proposed operations.  The sodium sulphate industry of Saskatchewan increased its production  dur'n������" 1933 and it is Emticipatsd other deposits will b^ brought into onera-  tion during the present year. The clay areas of southern Saskatchewan  continue to cause interest, awaiting further development at such time that  capital and growing markets are availble.  The fishing industry of the inland lakes of thc three Prairie Provinces  ia being fully investigated in order that the marketing of the products of  these lakes may possibly be put on a better footing, and efforts are being  made to expand the marketable areas for whitefish, as well as for other  classes of fish that are available in large quantities from tbe fresh water  lakes of the West.  European Travel Costs Lower  Reduced Railway Fares As Well As  Hotel Raites  ^-Contrary to a wide-spread impression, "European travel costs this year,  despite foreign   excharig**   rates,   are  ^*rf%*V������"������*l*l-^������        . rf^.n*H, mm       mm. mm    m mm        aft. I* rmWrn       wAAmmmmmm        2mm mWXm jm  .ACi.uci.ii.y iuwei jLi;������.ii tney were in the  peak travel "year of 1926. according  to the Cunard & Anchoi>Dbnaldson  Lines.  Thi3 fact is revealed in the inclusive tour costs of the big travel  agencies and the reduced fares on  railways, automobiles and hotels.  Private automobiles can be hired at  a much lower price, the costs being  reduced "^7 44% in Paris and In  Rome Jtjy :%&%, with comparative reductions in?-btber countries. .  Hotel rates &v<* rage 36% less all  over Europe than they were in 1926.  In Paris the reduction is S3"V&%, in  London 21^,, in Nice 26%, in Genoa  66%, in Rome 50%, in "Naples 60%^  in Lucerne 33%, in Interlaken 40%,  In Heidelberg '25<*>;>. in Cologne 35%,  in Amsterdam 41%, and in Brussels  23%.  Railway fares have been lowered  in many countries. In Holland, for  instance, the reduction has been as  much as 22%, in France 30%, in  Poland 25%, in Switzerland 30%.  Taxis have come down considerably; in Amsterdam, for instance, a  taxi ride, regardless of the distance  covered, costs ybu only 27c, half as  much as in 1926.  Organized sight-seeing tours in  Europe are considerably reduced. In  Paris, they are 25%, in Nice 28%,  in London 14%, in Brussels ^22%, in  Rome 25%, and in Heidelberg 37%  less than iii 1926.  These reductions more than off-set  any unfavourable effect'of high exchange operating in some countries.  CliriflCT 10 Ihe  in size  in flavour  BIG in value  if you want an economical chew-r-raslc for  "SI*  TH# PERFECT PLUG  ChewingTobacco  Wales Takes Canadian Steel  mJSm      SEJ������a"~i3  piew Frocks Ho Longer  Worried Her  "How did she lose that 32 lbs. of  fat?" is -what you will be asking.  Let her tell you* herself :���������  "About i& months ago I weighed  178 lbs.���������which J*, can assure you annoyed me very?- much. VEverything  seemed a worry to me, especially  new clothes.' Nothing would fit me  comfortably, and walking -was unbearable. I was advised by a friend  to try Kruschen Salts, and I anr  very glad I did> too. During the first  ten months I lost 28 lbs. of fat. Now,  for the last 6 months my weight has  been 146 lbs., and I feel much better  in health. I have all my weight  tickets to substantiate my statements."���������(Mrs.)  M. P.  Kruschen contains those six mineral salts, proportionately balanced,  found in the waters of those famous  European Spas used by generations  of fat people to reduce weight.  Kruschen helps blood, nerves, glands  and body organs to function properly���������you* gain new strength and energy  ���������feel years younger���������look better,  work better.  First Order Will IJikely Be Followed  By Others  Canada for the first time in her industrial history, the Guardian says,  is supplying South Wales witb her  ���������steel in competition with the "imports received from Belgium, Germany, France and Sweden.  The steamer Grey County recently  arrived at Newport with 3,600 tons  of Canadian steel billets and further  cargoes of this product are expected. ';;. -.���������������������������.  7*  "AlthougiT there is a heavy duty j  on jjoreign '.steel,'*." jibe p-������per* | says, -  "South Wales still imports "about  18,000 tons per week, which is used  for conversion into tiriplates. Canada recently gave an order for 1,-  000,000 boxes of Welsh tinplates and  art endeavor is -being made to create  a. reciprocal trade between South.  Wales and the Dominions."  Report Finding Of  Fishermen Perish In Storm  Right   Hundred   Uves   "Lost    "Wha>n  Storm Lashes Chinese Coast  Eight hundred fishermen were  drowned ln China, when a storm off  the coast of Kwangtung province  sank 300 fishing junks.  A Chinese customs cruiser rushed  to the scene and picked up a number of survivors, tho reports said.  Kwantung province, lashed by a  etorm which was reported to have  destroyed a fishing fleet, Is the southern-most sea coast province of China.  In it are located the cities of Canton  and Hong Kong, and toward the  northern border is tho seaport of  Swnton.  Farmers of tbe Netfierlands are  welcoming the payments by the government from its agricultural crisis  fund.  .Of 18 swimmers, including nine  wo������5en, who attempted to swim the  English channel in the summer, only  one, a woman, was successful.  Solomon's Mine  Shodesian Prospector "Refuses To  ���������Give **"���������������&������* "Location.  Finding of King Solomon's mine,  search for which baa caused the  death of thousands has been reported by & prospector in Broken Hill,'  Northern Rhodesia. He declares  that he discovered it while following  a wounded buck, but refuses to" give  the exact location except that it is  in the centre of a ibine concession.  For xnore than 300 years men have  been searching for the legendary  mine/ Ih7iSbI6monTB uay it -was said  to be so fabulously rich in gold that  silver became of little value in his  court.     The   search   has   gradually  narrowed down to an  *-rs  -ssrs ���������aft^a   rsf  rxmrnxxW"  250,000 square miles. Arabs torture  ed many natives in an* effort to extract information about it and many  Portuguese tramped hundreds of  miles in search, of it.  For "tbe first 11 weeks of this year  and last year (figures for the latter  within brackets), the. numbers of  livestock shipped from Western to  Eastern Canada were: Hogs, 57,995  (78,234); cattle, 18,554 7(5,921);  calves 148 (19); and ' sheep, 25,932  (21,480).  Toys Made By Prisoners  Many    "Danish      Convicts      Continue  Trade After Their Release  Convicts in Denmark, land of Hans  Christian Anderson, of fairy tale  fame, have been put to making toys.  They arc allowed to use their imagination instead of helping ln mass  production. The toys aro sold outside, and the men paid regular wages,  part of which-goes to tho state for  their keep, some to thc Prisoners'  Aid Society, a portion to dependents  and a small amount to the prisoners,  to be spent at tho prison canteen.  Many men aro following the trade  after their roloaso.    ������-  Cleveland is probing a poorhouse  whose books show 24,000 gallons of  gas used in 11 monthn In six small  cars. Someone must have cleaned a  tie.���������Detroit Newa.  Norvous Suitor���������''Sir, er���������that la,  I would like to���������er���������that is. I  mean I havo been going with your  daughter for five years���������"  Father���������''Well, waddyo want��������� n  pension?"  HEALTH    j I  wmm  ^^(W^t������l4������^SiWt������#l^*  Shortness of Breath  69K-| willBC1Hg 1*6611 II JJ$  If going up ntair'1, climbing lnllfi, walking too far;  if the leant nxortlon causes you to **t,op to got your  broad., or if you liavo weak. Minlcini*- feelings, it is  time for you to stop and think na to tlio cuubo of your  trouble.  What you nliould do in take a courao of Millmrn's  II, iV, N. PIIIh. Thoy tone up and Htronpcthon the  vital oi-Kiui'i no tis to prevent any harmful attacks of  diuoan'i.  Afik your dniticlot for Mllburn'a II. <8c N. Pilla  To Assist Livestock Industry  Want Reports On Detrimental Practices Of Livestock Buyers  To assist him in thc presentation  of   the    important    information   respecting the, livestock industry to be  submitted by joint representation of  the government of the prairie provinces,  Hon.  W,  C.  Buckle,  minister  of agriculture  for  Saskatchewan, is  desirous of having" farmers interested  in the production and marketing of  livestock, report any specific example  of where the producer is not thc recipient of full market value for his  livestock due   to   detrimental   trade  practices or other defect in tho present system of   marketing, livestock,  All    statements   should   be    accompanied by documentary proof.   Opinions are valuable when based upon  facts, but without thorn, are useless  iu tt cauo of thia kind.  7  It Is expected that joint representations from tho prairie provinces  will bo submitted to tho Tiparliamont-  ajry Committee, Ottawa, vory shortly.  The Livestock Associations and the  Livestock Pool, liava boon Invited to  present available data to Hon. Mr.  Jiucitio 10 ou mcorpoiaxU^i. iii a joint  statement on behalf of tbe throe  p-t'airle province*".  Quick Relief Now  Mk   Mj PI ������   .'  TQvklcnco tlvtiti tho soabind. of tho  Indian ocean onco was a continental  area, including doaort"*, baa boon  found by nn ocoanogrnphlcal expedition.  Amaammmmmmammmmmmmw 1 ilunw aaaim iwa���������miai 1 iii> 1111���������������lawawwi*ajawiiH*t���������*>wiaa--������ >W*iii i8������BJM*^������aawii>itiiii������������-aiiiiaiiWM*B<  W.   N.   tr,���������"2041  JACK,****-TO SEE CLARK ABOUT  THAT BIG ORD^aiU^O WINOTEO  AND I HAVE TERRIFIC NEURITIS...  WHAT CAN I DO?  y  OOM'T WORRY!   OET SOMB  ASPIRIN. TWO TABLETS  VVIi-5. STOP THAT PAIN  IN  A pew MINUTES, r   **������*/   2 LATER  \NELI,, 0ACK������ I GOT THE ORDER*-  YES, PELT FIT A3 A FIDO LB  YOO OET, I'LL ALWAYS  GET ASPIRIN  WHEN I WANT  qUICK RELIEF  PROM  PAIN.  *a#m, ���������m^rf&ma^  Real ASPIRIN Starts Taking Hold inFwMirmteji  Now comes amazingly quiclc relief  from headaches, rheumatiBm, neuritis, neuralgia... the fastest safe rditf,.  it is said, yet discovered.  Those results aro duo to a scientific discovery by which nn Aspirin  Tablet begins to dissolve, or dis-  inli'iji jilti. mi Uui ama/7ni^ auuee of  two "seconds after loaching m'ololure.  And'hence" to-Btart "taking hold" of  pain a fow minutes after taking;.'  Tho illustrulion ot the glaan, Iiero,.  tcllH the story. An Aspirin Tablet.  nlartii to disintcarntc almost instantly you swallow it. And thus is ready  to qo to work almost instantly.  When you buy, though, bo on  guard again**t. BubBtitutes. To he sure  you g������t ASHHIN'S quick relief b*  sure the name Bayer in the form of  11 cwm fa on ovory tablet of Aupirin.  WHY ASPIRIN  WORKS SO FAST  Drop   n't*"   Anplrln  TuuriJ,  in  ������<   tliiiss of  water. Note that DC-  FOKBit toucltea bottom, It hiis atiirted to  dlslntctirate. ���������'.  Wimt it t1oo������ In this  Blflsa It does In your  Btomncli, llciito It a  fast action, , ���������  MADIC IN CANADA  Does Not Harm the Heart w toe review: cumrQiSz b. a  a*->     -J,���������*  asafkiri? *���������*������/���������*  IflHVt-'   ibi  Tfeafhaf'ivonn  * *.w*ta     &nr* A V%99 f V9Tw  f&HSBl   V-l JH-fil !#���������������  miiS       UAOUIaUIaClLl  WHEAT PRICES  Rome.���������World wheat .experts gath-  ered here for'conferences "that^majjr  write -agricultural and'-economic history ~by' boosting and- "stabilising  wheat prices through an internat.on-  al agreement-and point the way to  other recovery efforts.  Minimum quotations for wheat exports were considered the chief topic  for discussion during the meetings,  but legislative measures to increase  consumption of wheat and the control of all shipments? also were important items on the agenda.  The permanent advisory commis-  sicn of countries signing an international wheat export limitation pact  last year was represented as desirous  ocf reaching a world agreement to  raise the minimum export wheat  price at least 25 per cent., and experts said that a boost of 30 or even  35. per cent, would be more welcome.  The present world parity, based on  the average price of all parcels of  imported wheat of all grades sold  during the week at Britisb ports, is  a little more than 40 gold cents a  bushel.  If the advisory commission agrees  to recommend a -minimum price to  the governments, and the nations  agree, the minimum quotation will  be about 55 gold cents. *  A canvass by the Associated Press  of the delegates \3howed the following reaction to the plan:  Great Britain favors it asf a means  of aiding agricultural exporting  countries, including Canada and Aus-  AnMnnl/i    Utl������ii~ Da     All***"''"!  npuiuuo it ui l?v iiis*j*fV"CU  Clause In Manitoba's Wheat Control  *3ill lias Seen Altered , <.  , Winnipeg]���������Premier John Bracken's emergency wheat control bill  passed safely through law -amendments committee of the Manitoba  legislature with one significant  amendment. - The bill now goes into  committee of the whole.  The section' of tlie wheat* bill pro-  TVialnor OT'rIja-ra gxt f-1na ���������axrhoafr Vwvn+wjl  * o      ���������     -i ������    ~������������������������ ���������  board would be aboVe any question,,  review or appeal in the courts was  the  only clause to be< altered.  Cn the motion of Premier Brae-  ken it was rewritten and. remodelled after the'clause in Saskatchewan  bill, providing for court action on  the wheat board's decision''only-when  .a fiat has been obtained.  Dominion "guarantee of a minimum  price of -wheat to the farmer while  the world wheat agreement is in  effect will be asked in a resolution  to be moved in the legislature by  Douglas Campbell, government member for "Lakeside. It requests a guarantee of a minimum of 63.02 gold  cents per nusnei, basis No. i' jXfurLii-  ern .grade, C.I.F. Liverpool, equivalent  to 1.05%-at Liverpool or 80 cents at  Fort William.  TO .REOTR-E  <J;i   fi.*  Advance In Science  Hon. -Thomas Ashmore Kidd, who  retires from the -Speakership of the  Ontario Legislature-when the House  dissolves. Irrespective of the outcome of the forthcoming Provincial  General Election, Colonel Kidd will  aiot be back in" the Speaker's  chair.  MiVtlUg  ^.XmmmmmAm^mTm  HUaV V AmA^m^  ���������wSXwrrA.        ������*'  -������P8i/>Via _aW%A*WJAW*  Dr. Tory Criticizes Present Methods  Of" Education  Toronto.���������Defence of the rapid  strides in advancement of science  and criticism of the present-day educational'-methods were_ made by Dr.  H. Ma Tory, head of ' the. research  bureau of Canada, in an address before high. school principals at the  Ontario Educational Association annual convention here.  Answer to the topic of his ad-  dress/'Why science is worthwhile,"'  said Dr. Tory, was in its effect on  tbe intellectual life of the modern  world; social well-being and material  progress.  One of the great social problems  of to-day, * he said, was unemployment but "to claim scientific effort  has resulted in over-production in a  world where millions of people are  for the moment suffering want is  merely to acknowledge "progress in  producing a suitable economic structure, hindered as it has been by industrial stupidity and greed and by  extreme nationalistic policies7 bit the  PS.ri'-sif. sti.tcs22.su, "has-not- kent -pace  tralia. ,  Franc? was one of those formally  proposing the measure.  Germany, another of. the original  proponents, will support it.  Argentine delegates were inclined  to be skeptical regarding the practical possibilities of . a x minimum  agreement in the belief that the control thereof will be difficult and evasions frequent.  rrru ^  Vr^,'*^J    C84>������>+.a������.   **.������if*4-ei   ft,)   mfAi*^.  --\Ex*L83     ������J������1*B.CVI.     "������^"''    ..���������_-������.   _���������i     _���������   national -agreement on the reduction  of wheat acreage' "as a preliminary  to toe minimum export price agreement, her argument being that a  minimum price accord otherwise^ ^  would discourage an acreage reduction, ".  Canada and Australia are the only  countries whose internal wheat price  equals the world export parity, and  they favor a minimum quotation.  " ttxx.���������.      T3B..O.V...*,       rtm,mrma4rin-������x      a81tyo*P4]fPfl  to the advisory commission tbat compensation in the way of increased  "exports of industrial and other products in return for a' reduction of  wheat .acreage should be made importing countries.  -This scheme, its advocates contended, ;.would get the support of  other importing countries, including Germany, Italy and Great Britain.  Canada, the world's greatest wheat  exporter, is known to be ready to  lead in fully implementing the^, August wheat pact. Under her recent  Hatural Products Marketing Act,  ���������^teat boards are to bo set up in the  wheat growing provinces, acting  . with a federal board, to license and  restrict sale-3; so i"b������t^  porta abroad   will?,^o1?'7 exceed   the  maximti-tf-ftl^^ croP  yeax it)^4-3'Bv';>������;T^ls\:maxiimu--i-8'? is?ex-  .'pected; ?to*?;pt>.. ,'���������'.' around 2<35,6oo-o66  bushels, comjiarcd with &e7maxlmuni  of72pp,000,000 for the expiring crop  .���������y-j'ar.'V ??V-;?77?? ���������;���������'? ..   "' ' ���������1 -v-  Tho sOlectlon of Jqhn I. McFar-  ;"������������������ .:,landJ-aa?':$$*���������������,l''chipf'���������Canadian representative# Rome waf-?lriterpretcd as  ������lgnlfyinr?Cobttda may again take  tho 'initiative',' she showod last August. McFarland is In charge of  Dominion ������������������'atablllKatibh arrangements  for tho Winnipeg market.  Olrl Oiililea For Switzerland  Toronto,���������-Gliri   Guide   loadors   of  each of lilio Canadian provinces have  class GuUlo, aged 18, to tho Canadian, headquarters , executive committee, for tbo fjel potion of Canada's  jroprosontativo to the' International  encampment at the Guide chalet,  AMelbodon, Switzerland, next July,  Manitoba Beer BUI  - - 1 1  Sale  Of? Beer By   Case In Licensed  Hotels  Winnipeg.���������After three .hours'' debate, the bLU to amend the Government Liquor Control Act to permit  beer depots, for the sale of beer by  the case in licensed hotels was given  third reading in the Manitoba legislature.  Party lines were split on the debate with' Hon. W. J. Major, attorney-general,"' declaring widening of  the beer selling facilities was necessary in the drive to eliminate bootleggers,     .  The vote on a motion by George  Dinsdale   (Cons., Brandon) to delete  the clause providing bear depots  from other minor- amendments was  defeated ^JO-IO. There was no recorded vote on third reading.  once sick, and never once absent for  any reason, is the enviable record  which. Colonel Kidd has established.  Fortune Awaits Disposition  Will Coveriiig Estate Of Fur Trader  **Losi Many Years Ago  Fort William.���������A fortune reputed  to amount to millions of dollars  awaited disposition while apparent  direct heirs in widely separated parts  of Canada looked for developments.  The fortune consisted of the estate  of James Hudson; . accumulated 200  years ago in fur trading with the Indians in James Bay district.  . Claimants to the fortune include  Moses Frost, 93, of Port Arthur, and  Mrs. John peever, Vancouver.    They  with growth 01?knowledge and with  the world's needs.'*     7  Responsibili  mm^..m, Jmaw  ^ j. ca>JJt\*i9U**  ������, i'auddaug htSr  respectively, of "the trader. The fortune is now understood to be in  chancery in England.  Delay in- settlement of the estate  was caused because the will, written  on buckskin,'was lost or stolen from  Mr. Frost's mother in 1867.  IF.    ������.ru.-~       -    ,*B       l'     ., ���������    *        W~..  *->��������� J   '  voicano active in iceiantf  Rain Off Ashes Over Eastern. Part O*  The Island    7  Reykjavik* "Iceland.���������Eruptions   of  G1rn������<4A w0mtr*wmA *.*Tk'*\**\  AmJAA^m^mXtmAmmA/A. KJkA J*m**mmAAmAAm  volcano grew in intensity and burled  of eastern Iceland.  The rumblings, which began some  time ago, became louder and could be  Kitsilano Boys' Band!  Western Aggregation To Make Tour  Of England And The Continent  Vancouver. 3.Cr ��������� Arrangements  have been completed for the Kitsilano  a rain of ashes over the entire partly3' band   of Vancouver   to   spend  several weeks in England on tour  this summer, with the prospect that  engagements on   the   continent   will  distinctly   up  to   155   miles!also be filled-  heard  away. -  The centre of the explosions was  located beneath the Med'o Vatna^  joekul glacier, which is .north of the  Skeidara river. The nearest village  is 31 miles south of tho glacier'-*  edge.  TVi<  Viaffcrl  Provincial Marketing Bisard  Albertnt   <17till    To    Give   Effect    To  Dominion Marketing Act  -      ,  Edmonton. ��������� Implementing federal  legislation,' a bill to provide for the  functioning of a provl nclal marketing board was Introduced in the. Al?  berta legislature -by Premier * J. E.  Brownlee.   It was given first reading.  The "bill aims to give the provincial goyernnhont power to bring into  effect by prociamntiqn any -part of  tho Dominion Marketing Act.  auuui     ao  members, will leave Vancouver on  JUne 25 and play in Banff, Alta., Calgary, Swift Current,. Sask., Moose  Jaw, Sask./ Winnipeg: and Montreal,  sailing from the latter port on July 6.'  Socialism And Monarchy  Montreal.-r-The English- crown and  Socialism are net incompatible, and  England would be better off as a  hereditary monarchy7.7 even if the  country became Socialistic, Sir ''Stafr.  ford Cripp-*i, leader of the English  Labor party, said here in an interview. "-- ?"��������� " ''7'V-  Hon. [ G. M. 7 Weir   Advocates ? More  ' OentralizatioR In Educational  ?..7Control'.':7..-7 -  Vancouver. -��������� SMucation    is    being  rscogaized as V* national respOnsibil-  ^A.-���������    '���������-*���������*" -H   - - *4.������i mm. '        -*^>_l*f S.S*m%m. ���������  -H-T .7. mmt-^m        '   ti' ������������������   a    n ���������������'������������������'-��������� r, ���������  il> am* Ltic sr^taSii, isorts. America  Act is due for anaendment tb naeet  this principle and for amendmeilt'  without reference to the imperial  parliament, JHon. ."'Dr. G. M. Weir,  Britisb. Columbia minister of education, told 1,000 delegates to the annual convention of the B.C. Teachers'  Federation. ,--?���������'.  Dr. Weir declared the federal gov-  AvaMvvtAMf)*. ������1������4-������iO /t rvrt** *S^t������-kl-alS .,r-V* *+." j������������*x������+ ���������**?*������%.**  -cj. tum*-m,   ouv cl4.^������.��������� ^/c*-jc   uaii.  . v*J.ii-   *-**������-������!*. A.vrx  elementary, education.. : He? also suggested there should bs- greater cen-  traltz-ation in Educational? control and  control of educational finances and  predicted that within 25 years, possibly 10, the B."Nr.A. Act would be  amended to" provide for these  changes.   .7    ��������� . ���������-  *-f*-**--f" ef-te-tft-ff ������ terns**. *.*    *   B^B BliflfiRlfiliifigy   6114  mUmUJAi^AAL-mAH- ������ ill 11     V.a  LUddfid ItlKUUbtl  RESEARCH WORK  Toronto.���������Elimination of an annual $20,000,000 .loss to��������� the wheat  farmers of "Manitoba and Saskatchewan li8.s been effected by the research bureau of Canada through  the development of strains of wheat  which are immune to rust, according  to Dr. H. M. Tory, head of the  bureau.  Addressing the high school principals' section of the Ontario Educational Association here. Dr. Tory"  said the research, conducted by the  council, the federal department of  agriculture and the three prairie universities,  cost only $250,000.  Since 1916, "the total loss from  black stem rust, he said, was $600,-  u0u,UUU.     JLtl xtf^t, tvSfc-aruu waa auui.-  .ed to overcometl*Le tremendous. loss.  Within a short time, he said, new  wheat strains would be distributed to  the rust-infected areas.  7 ''Recently;Twhen: I was challenged?  to justify the: expenditures made; I  stated I WBiS prepared to demonstrate to any hody of reasonable men  that we Jhad^ready? repaid Tto the  people of Cfuiada; in work rdone, the  total cost off the research council to  ^date/^'be'.saidV?1'' y".[y["- "'?���������", :':.-*-''" ,-���������"',���������'"  Another successful .7research ?*was  in connection iMth -^e ?fish1ng industry ^ of the Maritime provinces, be ������������������  said. An annual loss amounting to  $500,000 resulted from deterioration  of tbe processed produbt, but the  loss had been'" completely eliminated  by *the council at a cost .of $5,000.  "Some years ago during? a series  of wet years-a serious problem arose  in Western Canada due to damp and  ..?tbugb grain being put Ton the: 'market,": i>r. Tory continued. "A consequent fall in price due to imperfect dr-jring occurred.    '     '���������   :  "We    joiried    the?   producers    and  ��������� dealers in an attack upon the prob-  l icrn,  solved   and   eliminated   a   loss  which, was estimated some years aa  high as $5,000,000.    A   man   promi-  '        Will Go To Ottawa  Victoria. -��������� Premier; T, D. Pattullo  announced that ho would go to Ottawa" late this month Tto confer with  the federal, cabinet, on British Columbia matters.  Alberta Planning Bar/  On Outside Competition  r  *m������.a   mim- .:   m%.......%   yrm..   c....^.a  -w.���������a^,��������� ~.  K������UX  jnUltSi   XM3C������3lV������U   *.V!t   OCCVUU  J8������a8)UJI5  Edmonton. -��������� Power to prevent  outside competitors from entering  the Alberta field is provided in  "modified code" legislation now being  considered by the provincial legislature.  This was revealed by Premier  Brownlee, speaking in the house on  Becond reading of the Bureau of  Trade and Industry Act, first legislation of the Icind introduced in a  western legislature. - '  ' The premier said the purpose of  section 15 of the bill was to give  power to prevent a similar business  from entering Alberta and competing  with those In business ih this province.'-"  ncnt in the, grain trade said, to ins  the other ./day that this piece of  work alone 'wtms worth more, than .the  total cost of our research organization to date." .-��������� t ���������-./->.  ������>&mand For Wheat  Fort-William. ��������� Accumulation of  export orders for wheat indicates  brisk movement when the shipping  season oppns^ according to Fort -William elevatoEand shipping bfilces. "A  total of 1J5,60O,000l bushels of wheat  held in local elevators bave been sold,  according to "N. M. Patterson and Co.  War ftn KftnfrleofcrtfiTrQ  Extend Powers   Of  Alberta   IJquor  _ Control Board  Edmonton.���������With- the object of  giving battle to the bootlegger, the  provincial government has brought  down a bill in the legislature extending powers of the liquor control  board.?- ������������������. 7 -*���������     77������������������7.4.7-7.   :���������_,??  ...r'.7 ���������'  One of the -prtaeipai provisions  gives the board power to extend the  closing hour for vendors' stores,  which Is now 8 p.m., the purpose of  this is to check, the sales by bootleggers.  7 The new act also changes the present provisions as to'$2 yearly and 50  cent single purchase permits. It  provides for one class of permit, fees  for which will be in the discretion of  the ileutenant-governor-In-council. In  all likelihood, the new fees will bo  much lower than those now required.  THREE POSTlVlASTEIt * GENERALS MEET IN THE BRITISH CAPITAL  XV.    3ST.    TT.    2041,  Loft to right: Hon. Ak'thur?Saiivo(iPoatnin*3tcr Cleneml bif Canada* Sir Klngolcy Wood, Postmaster General of  Qreat "Britain, and lion; Ilobort ArchdaloTParlililll, Postmaster General of Australia^ aro ebown In London, di**i-  otisslng the International Postal Congress which they recently attonded In Cairo.  1^  Miners Ge*t Togotbeif And Recall  S-acldoHits Of ytfttl-'Oi-fi 'Ks-ava  Quebec.���������Vivid tales of the north  country and tho Odyssoya of the  Sourdoughs who blniaed the trails of  tho Klondyko and the Yukon In the  d'aya wheii men lived on snowshbea  apd women shared a plateful of  beans with them in a .rhddl-ysoon-  structed hut 7 In Canada's nortborn  hinterland, wore,.,r������^aUed, ��������� at, ,.llie.���������JJJptli^,  ^nriuai moctlng of .,tbo Canadian;" W  ptltutp^pf Mining and Motallurgsf.  1 Mining prospcotors, -yvcro at bat? at  the meeting. A numbei" of a|m-  poalums on prbs-ooctinff -*<"oto delivered'In ; w.bich fbrmbie, patt-sitters spiako  of their trials and tribulationsV In  early Htniggiws to t?ke out a living.  Car Prlcea A������lvftn������������  ,Detroit;���������Riolng   wages   and   materials   coats    brought    -automobile  price    increaflou   by   all   automotive  producing, units  of  General  Motor������  , Corporation.  ���������Jn'ru^'lr. THIS   CKA-STWJN   JUS VIEW  Mrs. Willikios  *���������������������  likes to  talk  inc. IpncoBura ncvacvv  Issued every Friday at Creston, JEJ.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00^0 U.S. points.   .  C. F. HATES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON.   B.C.,   FRIDAY, APR. 13  b rTTrno th TUC LnlTflB  LCI iend au gntE.ui.ui.  "I  don't   think   I'm   an   old  chatterbox," said Mrs. Wiliikins,  l<U..f    T>1*l   rnmmim~.i*-   *-U���������������   7    KIj-.q   +**    4-aIIt  GV(X  a  ji Avauiii. t>u������*t. j.   aszvt^  W   t.c������acv.  It's just b. iiiatter . oi sociability. I like company. If I  didn't have someone to talk to,  I believe I'd go mad.  "That's wh-jr I.value my telephone so highly. I'm alone,so  much, with George at work and  the children at *������chooi, but thanks  to my telephone I'm never  lonely. I can always lift the  receiver and chat with a friend."  A telephone in the house prevents many lonely hours.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  fVio     T\*,ot"iQ        aolosatirkYie     orlvAVa      Kv  w���������-w g~.m...mm m4mrmm.mmmm-^m.~       ^. . ~.Z ~TJ,  Mrs. Ferguson.  Creston would do well to  have  an organization along the lines of  *5t/.  J. <*>\*i   O  Clll/aMQUGlO,    vxf   X!M.mmmmm     ������uvi  develop our younger citizens for  music's, sake.   We look forward  fr-ft  *a  l*aa'tf-ilT������T% OTinpQ������fvfi-rv������orkf'     oa   . af-ftsv-rY**.**.  come again, St. Paul's.      W.J.T.  Li&ti&r  Mrs.-  MfLL SQSPEL TABBtMCtE  *aSMT,������G^STML.  REV, F. G. M. STORY, Pastor.  The Boys' Cnoir  Editor Review:  Sir,���������The visit of St. Paul's  boys' choir to Creston on April  3j*| was an event to be remembered; and with a great deal of p eas-  ure, as it was the outstanding  performance that it has been our  privilege to attend for many s  moon. Such a programme, chosen with the good taste of Mrs.  Ferguson, and conducted by that  JLiS.S���������.^.&.*m*3[ Inn*. .rfWVM^A *W*4\S*I c-XBtrBA  (jZaWUbGU      laxiy t       cuuboiucu      >-������mv  snlendid numb cs. . ������M  " With the opening notes of the  choruses, "Under the Greenwood  [ Tree" and "The Jolly Miller," the  audience settled down to an evening's pleasure. The 'Cradle Song,'  as a trio, was a notable contribution. As a coming soloist Master  Donald iSrown creditably shone,  indeed, singing 'The Better Land,  and "Baby Boat." His tones  were clear and true and considering bis tender years the natural  artistry shown promises much for  the future.  In   those   old   favorites,   "St  Birth���������On April 6th. to Mr. and  E. Stieb,. a daughter.  Miss Olson, teacher at Kuscro't, returned from Nelson on Sunday.  Col. and Mrs. Lister and their guest,  Miss Jean Fiaher, left on Sunday for  Nelson.  .-      TE8__jt.  ���������.-..1.  BU*������&AY* Aft&iim US  ARROW GREEK SCHOOL���������2.0G p.m.  Sunday School. Special object lesson  for tbe children. 3 p.m., Church  Service.  CRESTON���������11.00 a.na.s Sunday Seised,  and Bible Class. 12.00 a.m.. Morning  worship. Evangelistic service at 7.30  p.na.  MID- WEEK SERVICES���������Tuesday 8.00  p.m., Bible study on Book of Ephesi-  ans. Friday, 8.00 p.ES-, Cottage prayer  meeting.  laaaaasBaeeaasaenaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaBl  miss wa cvyiun was an Wastes-  visitor with her friend, Miss Annie Gartland, at Canyon City.  Mr and Mra/A. Wilson of Cranbrook  are spending tne week with the latter's  father, George Hurry.  Mrs. Sam Whittaker and son, John, of  Cranbrook, are visitors this week with  tfeo fpr*~np>Tr*a moths? M?s. A* Hobden.  Mrs. R, Stevens, who wsa an Easter  week visitor, with her son, Ernest, at  Trail arrived home With Miss Curtis on  the Sabbath,  Miss Margaret Weisz of Kootenai,  Idaho, is a visitor here at present, with  her sisters, Mrs. F. Holiaus and Mrs. J.  Kranabetter. v  At the Anglican Church service on  Sunday afternoon Rev. M. C. T, Percival officiated at the christening of the  infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Powers���������Margaret Rose.  School re-opened on Monday morning,  Misses Curtis and Webster getting back  the day previous from their holiday  visits at Slocan City and Coal Creek respectively.   Kirk Beard, who has been  Michael's Tower'-und **^^ SK^^/,^,* of months, due to  Low," the ensemble was heard to Uccideiit. has resumed his place in  scood advantage.    Boys'voices   n ��������� Grade 8.  gooa advantage  sacred song are of long association and the capacity audience  was thrilled witbT the" beauty as  contained in the two numbers,  "God that Madest Earth" and  ������sT   ������������������   * ������ j.l _ ���������Ki-.-������*.r. >������  SueX, All III*; JCiSUbu.  Walter Thompson was a very  welcome soloist with "That's the  Way" and "Home, Sweet Home,"  the audience insisting on a repeat  e.f t\\m* epflond riiiTn"h<������r_     As on***' of  sad  Two trustees will have to be  elect-  ktAAK*  WmAAAAwmkJkA;  ..__.i������ -*    T 2_x.   "Waterworks District on Saturday, at the  schoolhouse. The term of Col. Lister  and W. P. Edwards, the latter an acting  trustee, have expired. It is expected E.  C-" nopper, secretary oi^ the Land  Settlement Board, will b^ here from  Victoria.'  Vice-president Fred Powers presided  at the annual meeting of Lister Trading  &  Sunnly  Company.  Limited,  at the  'v  60S S  Announcing a full Ih  imf   XML  VUTammmMm **    rkmmmmm  ww %aa wk  **a*%* a^awioo  Shoes for Men!  Men's Black Elk Shoes  ���������a tough wearing Work  Shoe, easy fitting line with  Chrome Soies, nailed and  sewn. Exceptional value  today at $2.95.  Men's Dress Oxfords and  Shoes.  See the Hunter's 16-inch  Hiking Shoes.  the senior  members Foster Mills I*Pn���������\ meeting on Friday.night at which  iof  V. MAWSON  C&ESTON  ma  gave **But the Lord is Mindful  His Own''r���������quite' a heavy number���������following     with     "Sweetest  Little Feller,"  The last chorus awakened many  pleasant memories in the delighted gathering, as the boys sang  ,'Angels. Ever Bright and Fair."  Throughout the entire evening  the beauty of the boy's voice in  concert was made evident���������the  result of a lot of painstaking training from out of the rough in a  short two or three years, by Mrs.  Ferguson.  There were a few indications of  room for improvement. Possibly  a little lack of power in the ensemble. And did we���������-maybe we  did���������hear a little insecurity in  the part songs.  It is a highly. creditable performance; a boon to Greston  music lovers and quite a feather  in the cap of Nelson. Much of  the success of the evening is due  Rev. and Mrs. Ferguson. The  former for his monologues, stories  and jests, which succeeded in diverting both choir and audience  between   musical   numbers, and  the balance sheet and trading statement  for the yeas-was presented ;-.;and adopted,  the utmost satisfaction being expressed  with -the year'sr fine business. The  directorate ������������������ was .^"reduced from 'five to  three' members,? fwith the following  elected: H. Helme.F. Powers and John  Bird. -   - -���������' >vw:;.?   .:������������������--.  '���������-'-.  SEED POTATOES"-Early Ohio, $2.25  per 100 lb3. Nette4?Gen������. S1.50 per 100  lbs.    Mrs. G. Gartwright, Erickson.  FOR SALE���������1 and 2-year old heni",  splendid layers, 60 and 60 cents each.  Mrs. N. Husband (Alice Siding) Creston.  JVOTTICe/  WATER  a������*fc������ r\mm%m\%^<i%tlrt^--^r-r\/\ri^(T ���������������TB������*--'A.A.'ai.at.41.A.lal.A.A.ata  RENIMIE'S  SEEDS  .ALWAYS PRODUCE THE BEST  FLOWER SHOW SPECIALS  SWEET PEAS  XXX Ruffled Giant Spencer in finest selection of separate colors.    You*' choice���������-5 packets 25c.  PETUNIAS  XXX Ramono Strain, Dwarf Single Giant���������flowered  mixture: Superb fringed, double mixture. Regular 60c. packet,  per packet 15c. ,���������      7  Rctgistsrad Yellow Intormeiliato iAiGEL?|8r.i.   '.SS j  PASTURE SEEDS  Brome (certified couch free). Western Rye, Perennial  Rye, Meadow Fepque, Tall Meadow Oat Grafts, Red Top, Sudan  GrasR, Timothy, Clover and Alfalfa Seeds.  mW  B i ' *������  a^*������ mm wT*ajv Tr B S    B ^*\  ^^���������^^B^^B^l^B^B^B^B^iaiaaaW    tJM    lia������\a������"aW������,a\BaWi������'8i������ia\BaOaW j^g  iiruinLaaii i\uaiia utuie  NEW FORD V-  A SOLID FRONT AXLE  <*) The ssractuiral advantage of "a sturdy front axle of  feigh quality steel is apparent to anyone. (2) The proper  ��������� camber, caster and "toe-in" of the front wheels can also  be xnaintained with consequent reduction in tire wear.  (Drojp in and we'll show you what camber, caster and  "toe-in" are.)  BB Mmmm.    HHJal IMUMUll*-|    JHlaaV   IHJH  ataVaaV   nV  w   HI I  Hlll#l   Wasr  iflilB  Survey the Pms  Serves the Valley.  NOTICEIIS HEREBY GIVEN that  his Hon'ur the Lieutenant-Governor, by  and with the advice of his Executive  Council, has been pleased to order:  THAT the reservation of the unrecorded waters ofi Goat river and its  tributaries, except Arrow Creek, in the  Nelson Water District, which reservation waa established by order-in- council numbered 1457. approved on the  21st day of December, 1928, be cancel-  led.  The said cancellation shall be effective  on the 8th day of May. 1984.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 29th day  of March, 1934. ���������  A WELLS GRAY,  Minister of Lands.  . DIVERSION AOO USE  TAKE NOTICE that Salmo Malartlc  Mines Ltd. whose addreRdia P.O.Box 1082,  Nelson, B.C., will apply for a 11 can ho to  take and use 10 cubic feet per see. of  water out of Hidden Creek, which flows  weutcrly und dnunt* into Salmo Mliver  about four miles south of Ymir B.C.  Tho water will; be diverted at a point  about two railea from the G.N. Ry,, and>  about 400 feet below the point where  wagon road crosw* Hidden Creek, and  will be used for minirirt and power purpose upon the ABpo{i; Mino. described as  tho Annnn ������ronp,     V- -1-??.1 , ,������������������.'..'���������. -  This notice was posted ion i-hw K*������ui>&  \JU     WW     JUUI    li.iy     Ifi   UUMUi*������J������    Jk...O'*,       J������-  copy 6l><-thW notico and art application  pursuant thereto and to thow������*'Water  Act" will be filed in tho offlco of tho  Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Ob joe  tions to tho application may bo  fllod with tho said11 Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the flrnt  appearance of this notice In a local nown-  popor.  9ALMO MALARTIC MINES. LTD .  Applicant.  By W. M. MYERS, Agent.  The date of the Unit publication oftbb  rioticn Im April ������. 10*14.  TRANSVERSE  SPRINGS  (3) The heavy section of spring is attached to the frame.  XQ The flexible, feather-like tips are attached to the axle  aear the -wheels; they receive road shocks first and absorb  most of them before they reach the frame. The rear  wheels also have tise same easy spring control.  (5) In .the Ford, regardless of braking stresses, alsgn-  f&ent of the -wheels and ease of steering are inaintained by  axle, radius rod and transverse sprsQg.   (������5)   The rear  mmmmJt.^^.mt  ^*~~ J!- ���������'_' _   1������ -   ������  _    ������ _' ^.*^A   /P_ ^.^Z. ������Jj J"mm.? m\.J    'CmJmi^mi ' S���������  'm     '  jjiSS. ������*o ������ mm*?:.������������������j-w������������i������������������ s>s������5E. sg .SJSSSSiy. isstsuTC; aO.;-.*sSS-i*E-sS3a������ S3*" S -  ball and so-f^eti joins which is?insulated[-^tk'?'jrabb���������-r������  CRESTON  -.-..,���������-^������"iT  THE CANADIAN CAR  inrift  tonsisTS    in   spending  less  than  !^*ti7earnv ' -: ���������V'--'*'  T������������ by caretfiil ec:di^ you can  save money, ^ havevtaken a  Song step toward contentment.  We pay interest ba Savings bal"  ances and shall welcome your  account. ^  mf\\\l ^A^lm/mllmxAXm OK  Capital Paid Up $20������000.000  Reaerve Fond $20,000,000  Creston Branch  R.'J. Forbes, Monagcr  aaaa���������'aaa  mmm  aj|   . Asgjjjffg^m        ������a^JJ^J^^ MViSmmmmWmmwf       Mm*. JS        jtiaBlaial������ajiMlal       ^B&SmMlmm.      -mVtmmmBmlmm. ���������  mL\ BmmwP S      5 j"^"'    iT\g JE-���������    EumP *Sm������m  aV^VaT    V   Biiiiiinfay If iiiiiiiiiiim   ������ '  W   aliaaaaw   *     %  '^awalF i  BEFORE /PLANTING A   GARDEN  Dig or work well into the top six inches of soil  Elephant Brand Complete S~10~& Fertilizer at the rate  of 2 to 3 ounces (heaped teaspoons) per square yard. Use  tho lighter application if much manure is used. BARN  MANURE is low in phosphate and it needs this high  phosphate chemical fertilizer to make a balanced plant  food.-'. '-..' V? "���������'  For LAWNS  ��������� -   ��������� i - ...."-. -'���������' - *  Use Complete 5-10. S  .. - (iiariy S&ripS!)  Ammonium Sulphate  (During season)  "Fertilised grass  I'ce/fs down weeds."  Other ELEPHANT Brand  Complete Fertilizers  JS-l������-8 '* 10*10  For ROOT CROPS.  6-lp-lO LIGHT SOIL.  4-12-4 GRAIN.  4-8-12 PEAT SOIL.  MADE BY  For Heavier Soils  - USE,   .,-'.-  HL Hi*HA N T Brand  AMMONIUM  PHOSPHATES  3-14*6  '     16~2O>0  The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada  aagBia mmm J* M a a1"1*   m/mm  TF^AIL,,    'Lm3aO*  urnrn  1  111 THE   CB������SVON   BETI3SW  #?���������  m   .mfVeSm\  *���������,****  mPAm.W>W%w*w'&wSk.\  FOR SALE���������Two heavy   duty  JS,B������3".OV      "   "  Mrp. A. L. Cameron, returned on Saturday from a short visit with friends in  Cranorook.  T. bJ . Crawford is back after spending  the winter months at Vancouver and  eoast-.pointa.  ���������"  Mrs'.'W. Ferguson wa~i a Nelsonv visitor last week,-a guest of her daughter,  Mrs. W. Defoe.  Mr. and Mrs. F. V.. Staples got back  on Sunday from a few_ days' visit with  relatives at Greenwood.  FOR SALE���������Jersey heifer. 2*4 yers  old, freshen about April 7th.   F.H.Jack  son. Hillside Road, Creston.  vile tO, SaaGcS IS T QS "LrO���������}a8unaia iTSSS bal���������  eastbonnd train  on   Tuesday, was  nine  hours late, arriving here about 3 p.m. '  Mrs. F. Garrett and daughter, Beverley, of Blake, are yisito s this week with  "H^r nft7^T.^a   ?Jf^   ssnf** Mw������   ""*-  T ������������T2.������II������.  **CI   f>aaia;aa8^9,  avjbb. aaaau avj.4.o. .y .  ammmmx*MM%s.  At the April meeting of the Village  council Monday night, Wednesday, 18th,  was fixed upon as village clean-up day.  April meeting of Women's Hospital  Auxiliary will be held in'the United  Church hall, Thursday, 19th, at 73 p.m.  The new 1934 Chevrolet is nowpn display at Creston Motors and all are invited to call and inspect this classy new  car. ...-���������'���������  The April meeting of Trinity United  Church W.M.S. wilS be at the home of  Mrs. R. A. Comfort, Tuesday, April  17th."     ���������  .-..?'"???-7-;-> 7'',.. -���������'.'���������'        ���������..-���������'?.-'..-..  Mrs. M. Ross and family left at the  end of the week to again take up residence on her property in?the -Huscroft  area. : -  Notice is given that theTr^eserve that in  1928 was placed on the unrecorded waters  of the Goat River will be lifted early ia  May.       '"*��������� ,  single  !���������%���������%        It A  ���������**a *mWAa  seen at Reed's blacksmith-shop, Creston.  A R. Bernard, Camp Lister.  SsJarC" ���������.Q-.'gmtf'**' ������>t Qiroa&rm office of the  provincial police totalled just oyer $2300,  of which amount $2163 was collected  under the Motor Vehicles Act,  Due   to  adjourned  tennis club on ^~-*-*-��������� ������*������*���������������* *���������  QUALITY FIRST  a   rather small turnout the  annual   meeting  of Creston [g  Thursday night last, wasisa  - -  -���������       " at gi  a ������**������ as &s *���������*&���������"���������!  PHOHE 52L  ������ ������������   4&k   S        _    = =   _  ween  xafajf-ti trmtAt as-  i������  a  EH  H  I  B  I  ���������  I  E  P.O* Box 31  GRESTON  punHc io  a nvni.   aw  in  ���������a  ������  i  B-  1  further adjrurned to Thursday, 12th  8 p.m.  ^      --'.���������"  Long. AllanV& Long, Limited, have  moved their "office, from east Canyon  street,   to  the    old* Uuion warehouse,  ~V.-*f!^.   *!-"������   ~.���������������������������     a-*.m.      .mt.mm     t-Ua     /*���������   T>   t>  mgimXiu  xixxxsjr   law.    xmMMt   M^mx     vmm%m    ^s.m*.. mm.  depot. *   ,  * m x.  The quite hot weather that prevailed  on Friday and Saturday.Dut the Goat  River on its -first flood oMHe season, and  considerable water, was noticeable on tbe  flats at the weekend.  Cecil Moore's, Garage unloaded their  third carload of Fordv-8's at the end of  the week. Thc last car had a coupe, a  sedan, truck and light delivery. Previous cars were both of trucks.  ***** m a "���������������--%. a*. -K *  r R i mm Y  SATURDAY  Wafer  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klingensmith wish  to thank all those who helped "in the  search for their son, Lyle, Friday evening last.      v   v-- V-,7.-.- - *���������-���������  -.'.-'.'....-.-"   > ������������������_���������������������������-'.-.:--" -  For so early in ths season the hunaber  of swan seen on the waters on the flats is  the largest ever known   These are, of the  ^-���������9-:-.*,* *^j         ...  Tenders for Garban Haul  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the undersigned-up to Tuesday, April  17th 1934, for the hauling away of  garbage,"eta, (not ashes or liquid), in COn-  nGCwGIl niua, ujciuup ajrajf.       .fill gurniige  to be hauled to village nuisance" ground.  Lowest or any tender" not % necessarily  accepted. ���������������������������-'V-Ii?������** ail7: otberVinformatiGn  ;v<V  "*r-  We have a quantity of BLACK IRON  PIPE for sale, 1 *^, 2 and 3-inch.tpipe^;  Prices and partienlss's at our- office^  GOAT^MOUNTAIN WATERWORKS  COMAANY, Ltd., Creston.  ROAN HORSE: ESTRAY  Vitsl statistics as recorded by Registrar R. H. Hassard shows Creston  district to have: had seven births, two  marriages and four dea-cua in ma'ch. Of  the'new citizens four were boys.  Rev. M. W. Lees, who was pastor of  Crestor Methodist Church for a couple  of years during the war, since when he  ^j^G-HuCWifc^i   fkto^&iatrXafmfkii-tvT&XA  Tolntrir?     JU������kO   VAAA1HV  ed arcalTtoTrail^" United ChuVchT  FOR SALE���������Kitchen chairs, dining  room /chairs,, round ?oak? tables, wash  basins, jugs, etc. Single mattresses and  springs, pillows, slips, sheets, bedspreads  for single beds.   Pochin, Canyon.  Erickson Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary  are having? a 15c. tea, sale of cooking  and garden plants, along with 26c.  parcel post booth, at the United Church  naii, Creston. Saturday, April 21st.   ,  _Crcstpn Valley Post Canadian Legion  will attend divine serviea at Trinity  Unfted Church Sunday evening. Fall in  at Shell Oil Company at 7.15. All returned men are invited to?participate.  7^he;lucky ticket'on the radio set raffled  by the ladies of Holy CrossChurch, was  held by a Mr Thompson, of Toro'ntb.On-.  tariov.-'������-The'drawin]g:'toba^'p1ace after the  show at the Grand-.on Saturday night.  'VMiss A. Fleetwood left on -Friday for  Portland* Oregon, in; which city she wiii-  "Be making her home for the present,  at  least.    Her residence ort-Hillside Road,  is now  occupied by  Mr.  and  Mrs. A,  GOplili'.' ';?: .??. ���������-.     ^::  ? Creston and District .Women's Institute April meeting if? scheduled for this  aftefndovt at the" home of' M rs. Maxwell.  The chief business is to arrange for the  annua? bulb show' anoV tea Otter in:, thei  %mtmmy^-^M&~"^M+f---    -^-m  V ^heref.was,a go^iufnout;' ^edhesda^  evening at the United Church hall ibr  the lecture on *"Pj(-esent - Day Problems  of Youth, by 'Mra. Jamieson of Burnaby,  who" appeared under the auspices of  -.Creston C.C.F. Club.  s-~^ for 25c*  2s - 20c.  I H*'r  0 Id Windsor Fl nor Wa  34c.  ���������#Mna������HpaaManAM������WNaMinMHMMMMaH*aMMAMaa������������^MaHaBana^MaBMaaaB  Swandswn Oaks Flour  31? sack  1  2:.for 27c.  per  oht  Number of Beans in jar, 1713.  TMiasi I,^Olivier, 1fi5?0���������  MON PAY i  11         " i r "  ' ��������� ���������    H  B  ,m *Tk -t"? mtmW  .^n** mt- %**9 m  xm^S^-fBBSSmm������*  Strayed from my premises, about  March 25th,, roan horse, branded Anchor  on left front'shoulder. Reward to party  giving information leading to recovery.  E. SIEBERT, Camp Lister.  ���������think of a barber when  in need of a haircut, not  of a blacksmith;  So, just as^naturally,  think of a Watchmaker  or Jeweler when in need  of anything in his line.  I am here to give ynu  service and Satisfaction,  but your help is needed in  both small and larger jobs.  I 'I .Flfr. B-B' .A, W^p JP| * 1"^  Watchmaker & Jeweler  ������������������'���������������������������;'    ..'GRESTON/?  ,?***OR SALE���������Asparagus, Mary Wash  ington, two years old. $3 per 100 Black  Currants, Boskoop Giant, two years old,  $2 per dozen. Strawberry Plants, British Sovereign and Parson's Beauty, $4.00  n*>rl000. Also Pansies. H. F. Robson,  Wynndel.  Christ Church W.A. had a fair turnout  at their bridge at the * Parish hall Wednesday afternoon at which the prizewinners at auction were Mrs. L. C. McFarland and Mrs. J. G. Connell. At  contract the high score was'made by  Mrs. M. Smith.;. -' ?,_  A lecture on Technocracy is scheduled  for Monday night in the United: Church  hall, at 8 o'clock. The speaker is W.  Everett, of Spokane, who is a member of  the Technocracy executive committee of  the state of Washington * and an outstanding aut orty on the subjec . He  is being brought in by a committee off  local citi-sens.   Collection.  Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Archibald met  with: what might easily have been a  much more serious auto mishap. on Friday morning on their return from a trip  to Spokane, On a vpry bad stretch of  road at the Twin Creek ranch, five miles  Bouth east of Porthill their car pot out of  control and was thrown over a 60-foot  bank. Luckily thoy were followed by  an Idaho car the driver o? which Icame  to the rescue, bringing the Archibalds into Creaton hospital for treatment. Mrs  Archibald fared the "worst, being badly  shaken up, bruised and cut about the  face, but la-expecting to leave the hos-  {)ital toworrow,   M r. Archibald was bad  y shaken up but ho was able to* bo * out  early in the week, nnd yesterdny left by  plaho for Trail.    ,  Miss* Daisy Rogers' of Sirdar was an  Easter week visitor here, a guestf of  Miss Leah Abbott. .:*.��������� ���������>���������  The annual meeting of Wynndel  Irrigation District is called for Thursday, April I2th;at 8 p.m.  Miss Ethel? ;,<ind Warren Hook of  Spokane were visitors with . their grand-  mpther, Mrs7J"f^, Grady.  Tennis play has commenced with the  court in good shape and the followers of  the sport keen at, the? game.  --MrsM^K. Middleton of Willow Point  was a weekend?visitor at Wynndel, a  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Towson.  :"'--.-Father Chbinel was here on- Thursday  last, and Masatwas celebrated at the  home of MfsVGrady that morning  . The .April meeting of the Women's  Institute will. .Be held at the United  church hall at 2 SO p m-, Tuesday, 17th.  ��������� A.a>.A.A.A.*>.A.*..A.A  d,A.A,A:'A.m   A. A. A.. A. A. A, a>.a> i  Ak.AnA.  ��������� A.A. aa.^  A  Steady H^t^m Your Home  Insures Better Health "    "'   '**   .  Don't gamble witEybur health by having varied temp-  eratvres in your home when you can get  Qalt CoaL     Wildfire Lump  iVUchel Furnac-s  ovwo  mxx.  cw%mx\.  '���������*-f������X*    -XTM.      GSMAMGAM-  [\JUC    gJH^.i������  prompt attention.  H. a  MCCREATH  COAL, . Vf/OOO,       FLOCTR.   FEED  .wmwwwfmmmmm"9m'a,wwmm,mmwk''w  ���������8>'������if''r,Tl'r'>*������  . m* -ra*-  SCnooi, openw; ?6n   wiOnuay   a iter   me  E ster vacatiojaj,^ Miss Harrop getting  back?pn Sund'^^roni. her -holidays at  .A.A.A.A.m.  -A-A.A-a.a   g,   A. a. *.   *.m   am   m    a.m.  ^The' gradejr  H*.  -as^pyer^  V,*"  ...    ......_ .���������,-..v..���������..-.-.������������������.f.,.--....- ,road <last  week^j^dcu^^Itfee^yts g-reiatry; making  travel ' JnauchTjbetteiv V Gravelling, now,  .would complete the job. :V  The Easter dance of the K.K. Klub on  Friday evening?7?as a success and ev  ���������a7nlj?0������e  iOiif-  one   had7 a- gbpjti, titne  piece orchestra supplied the.:music.  Wynndel ranchers are busy uncovering berries,, ploughing and some land  clearing. The? ^berries seem, to have  come through the winter in good shape.  r~  ' -" -  '. .-.'���������*��������� 7'*   '      "'-     *   7  The K.K. Klub , meeting Wednesday  evening last featured two basketball  games. Crestofc ladies' Pharpnacy and  Creston High {School was a 16-4 win  for the high girls. The men's game  Wynndel vs= Greston high school re-  salted in a win for Wjmhdel 27-17. At  this meeting it was decided to close the  club until autumn.  Ganyon GIty  .-af  the  n*atfRkaBat*makafaWa������aBj8V*������am*J)i%*a*B������  '������  ja^LWM'   aflf' 'XV  JvjB aHUaaaV ^Maak ^aaaMaal   gmA/mmm AAA JWgfi   .  wWmWwWmBKUMB  tSf  m/mvif. ���������  ���������  .**������**  .  mmmmgmmmM  mmm. ������    ^_  ^mmrttfmMm^mmmAmm* AmWw*%      WW  s MnwiBi  Bring your cai* iin aiiicl lot uh chock it over.  Expert meohiMriles. .  All work giuirariteod.  Vet dhodk your Spark Plug Iftce,  \X7  GHaaX|   ^^M   ^^jjj, ai^HI  ^^^   ""I  H *j^ Mm   J*mx   HMH  Mrwk   |Br*B-k   daKk  nLo I u 1*1 iTiu i oKa  Canyon Roatl CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 10  School re-opened on Monday after  ten day Easter vacation.  Due to a shortage ot material construction on the Craig barber shop at the former Browell corner is held up.  ' v  ' ' ���������    ' '���������'(':      .������������������'' ''7 ��������� ; *    ���������     r'    :  The government grader was over the  roads on Tuesday and haamade aconsid-  aple improvement  in  travel conditions.  Stumping operations are much more in  evidence than a year ago. Some of those  busy are A. A. Bond, W. Ridd, F. II.  Jackson and Axel Berggren.  'E. Nouguier got back last week from a  business trip to Carstairs nnd other  p ints in Alberta, and reports soil conditions there ideal for the spring crop.  "Yimmy Yonaajn's Yob" is getting its  second presentation at the hall this evening with Orville Bothamley replacing  Harry VanAcheran as ihe redoubtablo  *'Ylmmy."      .-777:- .-..i;.  J'-]  Canyon Farmoira* Institute have tho  April meeting at the hall on Saturday  night. The nrwl-imnunl meeting of the  directors of the water ^district is called for  the same evening.  The wiring crow of West Kootenay  Power & Light Cohnipany haa . been busy  horo uliicc tho first of > tho month and  [with recent instalUtlona It would look a**  if 110 nor cent, of tho .homes wero using  the ''juico." . ' > -, (.7J': jy-.  i At the utmu'd met-ti'ng of,'Creaton  Val-  JIVJf K^tJ    KSfik** Amima ������  -*-       * a* ������***v* "������-*������#* Mai***       -U������a *������   k***  noocluy last Canyon waa well roproBenttjd  with II. Young olected art ono of thi> throe  now diroctora, Tho other two* wwro T.  Goodwin arid ���������L.,'Llttl������jofejri'- Th������������He with  L. T. Lovetiue, Jim Turner, T. R. Mnw-  Bori and P. Boffoy cpmploto tha board.  ��������� FOR SALF���������AsparngUH roott*. 1 cent  find.. Van San Strawhorrlcu, y4 00 par  1000. Evorboarlng Strawborrlen, 50 cents  por 100. Black Currant roots, 25c. per  dov.on.    J. W. ItobliiHon, Crduton.  *-r  Doing *airi|? building?;' Putting in any new "walks? Fixing  up thedriyeway? "Anything yep. want hauled away? If it is  SAND or "GRAVEL, ^or prbmjpt and satisfactory service at  any kind of haulage, give us a trial.'   Charges ars modest.  .0MW   ������   yoi  Bl-WPWVB/Ill^ ������8-������T-  UJ.wJJJVJIkJ  ���������aa'W(3 are uuiuj^ Our DGSt to give yvu vaiue mi  ClO^tl*1** ���������a-'AQTHT-rin nrsAT.cs *r>A   TTOTXJ'Cr't T,  1,52* ii -a-iJUJui.  Plenty of Dry Firewood? any length  RCCTft  ]   P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  ^������M^)M^|^MMMMM^MMp^W.  ���������wm.mmmw  A.A..A.A..A.+..A.A.A.A.A.A.A.4  ^LmAmAmAMmAmAmaL^kaAm.AmAMmAm^kmA^AmAmA mmmj^mAmAmAmm.  4  4  Choice Local Fresh Killed Beef  Local Lamb and Mutton  Grain fed Pork and V^Hl  Spare Ribs Tripe Liver Hearts  Corned Beel Tongues Pickled Pork  White fish Salmon Halibut Cod  Finnan Haddie      Kippers  BURNS ^ COMPANY., t  .:��������� * -. 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ESJS?S*5P"ff   EH^f?  ^^*S -   .  mm**.   **m& fi^H   jIIW """j"csga    c^Pff?""*"'" "fi*  mi HnOB|   BS  BS9   '    B9'' Sw bWhSbT BBBj    *EM*9**HBH   *4  WORM) '-HAPPF^,^5  s>in. ���������'- r������ 5   w  a*u-*iJL������"  After spending 2d hours and 10  minutes swimming: continuously, P.  K' Ghose, the famous Bengal ese  swimmer caxne out of the water to  claim, he had "beaten, a world's record.  Central collegiate orchestra, of Regina, directed "by JR. J. Staples, were  adjudged the winners in the high  school orchestras competition in  Winnipeg.  The London Times commenting  editorially on. the Canadian government's new natural products marketing bill, said the bill is likely to become the principal issue in Dominion  ���������politics.  Electric bulbs giving light corresponding with, the colors of the solar  spectrum have been .used with remarkable results in developing plant  life in a laboratory of tbe Academy  of Science in Paris, France.  "Britain is getting the ice cream  habit.    In. 1933 the United Kingdom  Wiiauuicu   -xir,wvr,vrw    gouwus,    a*    j������;w  r6corf  and. th**" consi2mr,,*'"'*'n y&HLS almost as great in winter months as in \  summer. :  Sweden will not "be able to reduce  her defence armaments, whatever  international agreements are made,  said R. J. Sandler, Swedish minister  of foreign affairs, in *aa address at  StocKhobn.  Dr. John F. Coar, professor of  German in th������ Universitjrof Alberta,  will retire from that position at the  end of the present "academic year, it  has been announced. He has reached  the pension age. Dr. Francis Owen,  associate professor in. the department, will take over teaching of German.  Event Toys Are Speedier  Toy automobiles for the 1934 season have been streamlined like most  of their big prototypes, and also  speeded up, according to advance information from, the toy association.  The new models are guaranteed to  travel 100 feet in. a minute. Thc electric ones will travel five miles without new batteries.  Professor���������"What! Forgotten your  pencil again, Jones. What would  you think of a soldier without a  gun?"  Jones (an ex-service man)���������"I'd  think he was an officer."  AH For Saskatchewan  Horse   Breeders  Federal-Provincial   Premium    Policy  Of Assistance To Horse "Breeding "  The Hon. W.C. 'Buckle, minifltpr  of? agriculture for Saskatchewan, has  made an announcement that is of  great interest' to the. horse breeders  of Saskatchewan. Ke7states that the  F^eral-iPr-oyincial V Premium Policy  of Assistance to Horse Breeding will  be put into effect in Saskatchewan  this year on a modified scale.  This provides for the payment of-  a premium to choice, sound, outstanding stallions that are approved by  the federal-provincial board for this  season. The premium will be calculated on mares proving to.be in foal  to these stallionact the rate of $4.00  for each, to a maximum of fifty,  that is, not over $200 will be paid  for the services cf any one stallion.  This T>olicv is designed to benefit  horse breeders, but the premium, is  payable to the stallion owner to  allow him to reduce his service fees  in order to enable farmers to make  use of the service of a premium stallion at   a   moderate   cost   and   thus  ���������^_3. ..       . t A _      ...J.     -B mm.     . .- _  .uj������   ������,   fe>������.nixtxrx     xy^jx?   w    *ai wil.   hvi BD.  The payment of premiums is shared  equally between the Dominion Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,  and the Saskatchewan Department  of Agriculture, Regina.  -The only stallions that are eligible  for this premium are pure bred, registered stallions that are free from  unsoundness, of outstanding type,  conformation and quality, with true,  straight action, possessing plenty of  size, and three-year-olds in ordinary  breeding condition, must weigh. 1650  pounds or over, four-year-olds must  weigh 1750 pounds or over, and mature horses must weigh 1850 pounds  or over.  No siaiiion will be considered for  the premiums unless he is enrolled  and licensed for 1934 under the Provincial Horse Breeders' Act.  "ftv*Genet-a+ion-si ������/* Canadian**-  nave enjoyed via aoolhW lathet*  &bv's  ^mm*******^*. >������"r ��������� ^"b"""'I  j*"*""^  '-&rs-  Spring And Slimmer Cruises  "Delightful   Ocean Voyages   Planned  By The Canard Line  In announcing a series of twenty  spring and summer cruises to the  Mediterranean from London and  Liverpool the Cunard Line adds a  new development; overnight stays in  the more popular or festive ports.  The idea of prolonging the call is to  enable passengers to attend places of  entertainment open only at-, night.  Experience gained during the. past  two years proves that passengers  after spending the day in shore excursions like to visit a theatre or  attend some festivity taking place  in the evening.  Thus itineraries have loeen arranged for the ship to stay late In such  ports as Lisbon, Barcelona, Monte  Carlo, Naples and Casablanca, all of  which offer attractive opportunities  to take part in spirited night life.  These shore cruises will be made  by the Samaria and Lancastria. The  first left Liverpool on March 29,  calling among other ports at Lisbon  and Vigo. As an illustration of how  the new scheme "will work out the  flhip will remain at Lisbon for 24  hours, instead of the usual 8, and at  Vigo for 15 hours, instead of the  usual 10. Similar holdovers will be  Included at all festive ports.  The cruises will rang������ from 6 to 17  days and the rato will begin at 9  guineas. The Lancastria will sail  from Liverpool nnd tho Samaria  from London.  During July ' three additional  cruises will bo made to the "Norwegian Fjords, while two others will  visit thc principal northern capitala.  Trans-Atlantic connections with  any of these cruises may bobookod  through any of the Canadian offices  of tho Cunard Line.  Save Poker Hands  to $e,\ Better  Cigarette Papers  FREE  Everybody agrees that  VChaatecIer'V and  "Vogue" are the be������t  papers-���������you can get 5  large books of either  brand���������free for only one  complete set of Poker  Hasds,fro!syour scares* v  Poker Hand Premium  Store or by sass! from  P.O. Box 1580, Montreal, P.Q.  ' Ba -  I  ana   .  PAKPO uiiune   *r^  with  TURRET  FINE CUT/  This cool and fragrant* -**obECCo sells-  ^J"*** w���������������   -v ��������� -v-^^v mmm^-mamAA^m^.  for only 10c . .. yet you get more to-  *U C mm. m.     * * __  v'n.i.wO   aGjl   mic   jpiiC������,   jOU   ���������**"*.**C}'  XSOr^- ���������  satisfying   cigarettes   and   get  Poker--  Hands into the bargain!   Save tbe Poker Hands andr ���������  gci valuable presents free-���������useful, practical, high-  quality gifts for yourself and your friends.   "Roll",  your Own" -with Turret Fine Cut and save money!:  It pays /������"Roll Your Own" withr-  I  I  ^^\^^-c\m:^yy::'  CIGARETTET TOBAGGO  SAVE    THE    POKER    H A N t> S '  -��������� llBerial Xohacen C.m\mn������w,m- ofr.mJ.. ������ ;���������.':������-^B  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  APRIL 15  OCEAN DEPTHS  (By Gordon H. Guest, M.A.V  Much has been -written about the  conquering of Motint Everest and  other great mountain peaks' hut few  people have interested themselves in"  the other extreme in nature, the  deepest depths of the ocean. Mount:  Everest in the Himalayas is some  29,000 feet high, but m the Swire  Deep, off the island of Mindanao���������in.  the Phillipines, the sea is 32,088 feet  in depth. The average depth of the  ocean. is considered to be about 12,-  600 feet, or nearly, two and a fourth  -miles.' .  "Little sunlight goes down farther  than 1500 feet,-and below that level  there is utter darkness, and the  water is so cold that were it fresh,  and" at the surface, it would freeze.  No plant life exists here, but there  are many fish, who depend for their  food solely on particles that come  down from the surface of the sea.  These fish live where tho pressure of  the water is two tons to the square  inch. Because their tissues are so  porous that they absorb sufficient  water to balance the pressure on the  outside, these fish are quite at home  with that tremendous force pounding  on them from all sides.  Fish living in these ocean depths  have one peril that confronts no  other living creature, the danger of  falling upwards. If these fish rise  too far above tho bottom of the sea,  tho gas in their swlm-bladdcrs expands, and they are forced towards  the surface whoro the bladder bursts  or thc fish "explodes". -  Even tho most severe storms do  not disturb tho water to a depth of  moro than 300 foot and so the deeps  aro always still, dark and" cold.  Strange flah cruise around in the  depths and occasionally there comes  to rest a dead whalo or some other  saturatcd object from tho higher  levels. ,  JESUS TEACHES FORQIYENESS  Golden   Text:     "Forgive   us    our  *ilia,K'*iL-=������    -oa    ������fo    olo^i    UairA    -f,arv������-cv--������-������r������i������ayi    **\11"*������  ������**w������rf *���������*���������*���������       MM   ...*r.V      mAtCAfi^     ^mmxmrn m -m*     **���������*+������������������>, ^.m w ^*aaaa-      ���������%������������������*  debtors."   Matthew 6:12.  Lesson:    Matthew 13:15-35.  "DevotibnaL* Reading: * 1 Corinthians  13:1-8.  "Uaf*Jta\  alaVVk.   "    a#..-���������.. ���������..     .  OOMW  COOKEttV  -PARCHIMRNT  fli-tnlna natural   flavor**   of  mimtn, vuiret*  Al)ln������ ilnrt mn  ��������� a 11 >t n o  fHltxra     ������������((.p������������4  At ������i������alora, "6*  wrIU���������  QwMm p*---,������-"������-5  IMW1LT0M. ONTABJO .  W,    JST.    U.    2041  mating tip Tlie-Fee  Tho teacher liciad u child ctyiug,  and rushed out to tho playground to  And out the causo of tho disturbance.  "What is tho trouble?"--sho asked  of, little Jlmmlo, who stood calmly  by, eating an oraijgo.  "Billy took Fred's orange," cx-  1. plained tho witnowi.  "And where la the orange?" asked  the toaohor.  "Oh, I have thrvt," replied Jim mic.  "You hoo, I am tho lawyer."  TLefc no ono think that religion does  not apply to private life; it applies  to, the -way you do your .mdfit com-  moi. work just as really as to what  are sacred duties.    '    ;.  Warren   Ha-itta****)   waa   thc ' flrnt  {govornor-goneral of India.  OFF COLOUR?  BIIIW. i5d  YUyili; Liwlhi1? if  'Wnlce up your Uvfer?JBHe7,7v;7:;  ���������. "-"^Wirtibiit Calomel  Ymv llwr'* ������, vc'ry tifnnll or^in, hut It <w-  tiualy ������mii |>ui vnur (llv<.atlvn atiarl a>Hmin*tiva  oraMiia out ������������r Iclltor. hy Mii-ilna to |>mlir out Un  d������lly twopoiindn of Uauitl b'wlwto youi* bowiiln  Yo������ won't ooimpl*tflli- oorrf-ofc wiflli.'������' oontlitlnn  by tiiklnntaaKa, oil, nilrmral wftter, UxAtlvn oantly -  or oliBwiim.'gum, or rouclitiv*. Wlwn they'va  uiiivshJ yiHir i������ow������-l������- tlM-jrfB throUEK���������8ii������|. yo������  nw������d������lfv-iriiUMmi]i������it, . T  Q*,vt*t,a TJttln LIywIMIU Will ������o������n brino: b������ek  tho ���������ur.dliine |nU> your Hfo, Thty'rn t������ir������ly v������hmh  ianlo. **afo, 0uv������. Auk for thorn by inwino, llofiuwi  ������oli������,tltuu������. 2">o nt all dnwaMM.    ��������� m  Explanation And Comments  How To Treat Offenders^ verses 15-  19. Jesus advised his diaciples first  to tell the offender of his fault, then  ������6 rebuke him. in tlie- presence of  two or three others, B.nd tlseUj if he  still gave no heed to their-words, to  tell his offense to the church. "When  two or three are gathered in my  aiame,** he added, "there am I in the  midSt of them."  Unlimited Forgiveness, verses 21,  22. Peter's question, "labrd how oft  shall nay brother sin against me, and  I forgive him?" followed naturally.  ���������"Until seven- times?" Peter suggested. Peters heart glowed with complacency, for was he not ready to go  -much farther in forgiveness^ than  was the ordinary man? Did not the  Talmud, say: "When a man sins  against another, that other forgives  htm once, he forgives him a second  time, he forgives him a, third time,  "but the fourtn time he does not forgive him"?  "No," answered Jesus, "I. tell you  npt until seven times, but times  without number until seventy times  igeven.'' "Seven was with the Jews  the number of perfection, When time  has run through seven days, it begins again; tho circle is complete. So  no expression could more forcibly  convey the -impression of endless,  ever-renewed, eternal iteration than  -seventy times seven' " (Marcus  IDpds). Magnanimity is not calculating; there is jrio place for arithmetic in the grace o������ forgiveness, or,  as Dr. Jowett poetically says, "Forgive to a number, whore the scaling  power oH arithmetic re Urea with  wearied wing." , ���������  ...    ,     ��������� , , ,' ��������� a  7 ���������   ��������� ���������'��������� ',',.  "O man! forgive thy mortal foe,  ISTor ever strike him blow for blow}  For all the souls on earth, that live,  To bo forgiven must forgive.  Forgive   him  seventy   time*-,   and  '"seven; .'' "'?' .,,;"��������� -���������  For all the blessed souls - In < heaven  Aro both,forglvera and forgiven."  ,     '    ��������� ���������      ���������Tonnyson.  Peter himself?'was an lllustratidh  o������ tho grace of 'unwearied i'org-lvc-  nosa. Ho sinned and sinned and sln-  nod hgalii.    Dr; J. 107 Jones fancies  Peter after Ohrlat'e death, naylng to  hfimsolf, "O to grace, how great ������  debtor, dally I'm cqastralwcd to bo,'  4mti ityiihi jma ngatn taking himaelf  uu a text and preaching, a aermon of  comfortVand hopo to downcant and  doapatring soulo.  ,8)aM^aa^w*a..wl^iiiMliiifca������������Bi-^iaaa.i.������i,. m, mmm*a<*m i,.,.)  During tho month of February 5!r  778,31118 Ibai of branded beef were  uold In1 Canada*  Agricultural Notesv;  Many   Items   Of   Interest   To   The--  .Westera Farasei*  The haricot or French bean is a?  native of South ��������� America,   and  was  seen by Columbus in Cuba.  Spinach was a" comparatively late  arrival in Europe' * from   Persia   via.  the Moorish invasion of Spain.  Sugar is being made out of wood  in a large-scale factory finished this.  year    at   Mannheim,   Germany.    At  present the sugar is fed to livestock.  It was not until after the civil  war in the U.S. that the tomato  reached the northern states, although well-known in. the south.  It took 300 years to popularize thc  potato in Europe, s^nd only dire necessity forced tKe?cojUp*l*ry.;cptta;ger.'to  include iV among his vegetables. . .-  The, number  ot  producing maplo.  trees on Eastern Canadian farms ia.  estimated    at    over    70,000,000,    of  which   24,000,000   will; probably    be  tapped.-??-!. ?7. :v:-??'   ������������������.���������7'. V"7:.- :;:" -7?'-;  Insect pests, notably the corn  borer, influence the tonnage of sweet?  corn available for canning in Canada,  but wherever this pest may redij.ee  production in one area, tlie decrease  may be replaced by increased plantings elsewhere..        ?    , ��������� .^���������'  E^"**TE , H(������*%_* "Jfi'ISttS  D. M em    nl'^afBaT'^-rBBtlTl.  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LTD,  ,-,.-     Oauiidlati JDlBtrlbutors,      ;,  40 Wellington St^, W,       >i . ���������-.-���������  TORONTO, *ONT. *T������  THE   RIflVlKWV   Xzvusssrw&m   S.   G.  *BB  -anti 4t*f**>w" and Upse*  XiooSc 2w Acid Sftoiaiaclft  i������a������a������*������������B*R������aaft������  ��������� *awi������aai������wit������������������������til  ������ a a* ��������� ������ m m ��������������� *  ' a mAmTO*r   ABB  THE  CBrs!M������*a  ��������� mm.mmm\mm   .^...h.      . ..M   %^������ ^rfl.-SttfS..   -^ .  J Nervousnee*}- Frequent Headaches  : Neutalflfa Feelln&pf Weakness  I Indigestion _   Sleeplessness  ��������� Lofts of Appetite   Mouth Acidity  | Nausea Sour Stomadj-  | Auto-lntoxlcatlon  {       WHAT TO DO FOR ITs  TAKE���������2 teaspoonfuts of  v Phillips*   Mill** trf* Magnesia in a glass of water  every rnornina when you  Set up., Take another  Easpoonfut so minutes  aftereatlng. And another  before you goto bed.  OK���������Take the. new  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia  Tablets ��������� cos' tablet for  .each teaspoonful as directed above.  leave the Hoyt household. Avis  werth. rents- a studio on the same  floor as Peter, and Invites hilm to  havo lunch there. .Ke accepts reluctantly, but ������s favorably impressed  with, lile, visit.. Camilla urges Peter  to accept Goine of her earnings to  help him along, but Peter refuses and  they, quarrel,. 7 ;  >    <Kow Go On WW-** 'Ehe "Stoyy)    -  CHAPTER XXXVIK.���������  s  A.a....................................������,.....������  If you have Acid Stomach, don't  worry ������about it. Follow the simple  directions given above. This small  dosage of Phillips'" Milk of Magnesia  acts ai once to neutralize the acids  that cause headache, stomach pains  and otbci distress. Try" it. You'll  feel like a new person.  But���������be careful you get genuine  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia, or  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets  when you buy���������25c and "50c sizes.  ALSO irfl TABLET i-ORM  Each tiny tablet is the  equivalent of a teaspoonful  of Genuine Phillips' Milk  of Magnesia.  MASS IN CANASA  [Phillips  3i&ilk of J^Lagaesia  CAN'T SLIP OH SLIDE  ������"&������S  B  irr a ras-  s ssuttm a a at  OCCASIONAL WIFE  ������������������'���������"'" *���������*���������"'?  EDNA 7BOB3 WSBSTEB  ������/    ������������������Joretts,'"  ,....,   Calrl" me.  ���������^jnsticjj-  SYNOPSIS  . - She remained with, him for another  hour, striving to flfad the magic word  or gesture that would" break this  spell of "their disenchantment, but  he remained aloof and impersonal.  There was no ecstatic hour of murmured endearments and close embraces, "while they discussed their  work and hops**: -.and plans. There  was no deeply poignant meeting of  blue and brown eyes, eloquent with  wordless meanings.  She raigh.t have been any giri who  had stopped in and interrupted his  work, any girl whom he -would, have  '*'*****"**���������*���������**��������� "jnsd witn dssultor"- word" 8ttd  a not too gracious manner���������except  for the first ten minutes** whlrTi ha<*  been followed by their ugly quarrel.  Their farewell was like an act in  & play which they had rehearsed too  many times to find exciting any  more, and Camilla -walked out into  the mellow autumn sunshine, seeing  nothing, oblivious of sounds and feeling paralyzed. She avoided traffic by-  instinct cand boarded the right car  from habit. Nothing mattered.  Her world had turned upside down.  She and Peter had said unkind words  to each other, their eyes had avoided  each other's in shame instead of  meeting with sympathy. Somehow  they had lost that precious, happy  intimacy -which had made any hope  possible and every denial a promise.  Her eyes stared out the window at  the passing landscape. Buildings,  ho-ases.vnrees, lamp . posts,. were  blurred like a;photograph  "Don't use any old kind of remedy to  keep false teeth in place���������use a reliable,  recognized one which dentists prescribe  each as* Dr. Wernet's Powder���������the  largest seller in .the world���������grips teeth  so secure yet comfortable they feel natural; Positively no slipping or clicking���������z  blissful comfort assured all day long;  Forms a special comfort cushion to protect and sooth gums. -No colored, gummy paste���������keeps moutu sanitary���������breath  pieosaat.   Inexpensive���������all druggists.-  "fr^fS***       IT'O  fbUCtl* ������V  r-a<3  awt**"1  "Camilla   Hoyt   and   Peter   Anson,  yotingand  in love,- marry  secretly,  deciding to liver their own lives apart  until Peter is able to provide for her.  Peter is a young, struggling sculptor  trying to -win a   competition   for   s.  -scholarship abroad and Camilla is the  adopted daughter of a wealthy family..    She  Is  not   to.   inherit  money  when " she. .comes  of. ago  and  so is-  studying commercial art"in the. hope  of landing an agency job.    Others'in  the   story  are   Avis  Werth,  anotSier  wealthy  girl  who. is trying to win  Peter,   Sylvia   Todd.   Peter's   model,  and  Gus  Matson, n?s former   roommate with whom he has quarrelled.  At  a  party   at   an   exclusive   clu"*>  Peter    entertains    Camilla's    guests  with impersonations.   When the rest  of the members of the party go to  a.   cabaret   to   continue   the   gaiety,  Peter  and Camilla slip   oS   to   the  beach by themselves and fall asleep  on the sand.   "When they awake It.la  early morning and Avis and another  "boy  are  standing near  them.    This  makes it necessary for Camilla to an-  flounce before the party that she and  Peter    are    married.   Bowman    and  Wjeeks, an advertising agency, "where'  Camilla has submitted some of her  work, send for her'and tell her: they  bave a new account which requires  unusual   treatment  of   juvenile  art.  The. critics   were   enthusiastic   about  her work, arid Mr. Weeks offers her  & salary of $50,00 a week   to   start  and 7a? prospect of having it doubled.  She     tells     Peter     of     hor     good  ���������fortune in securing employment. Mra.  Hoyt is also   informed that  Camilla  lias obtained work and  Is  going .to.  /  j  Young children easily catch cold.  80 Mrs. IIubboI Ward, of Hilton  BflAflh, Ont., wl^nly Bfiys: "If I  notice tltut there in any stan of n,  oold I Rive Baby's Own Ttiblots  And find thoy aro a groat help.*'  Thousands of snothcrs do tho camo  not only for coldn but for , fretful-  inoaB, indigestion, . constipation,  to-jthinpc troubles, colio, upnet  Dtomaou and no on., Baby's Own  TablolH aro ������������**<��������� and *mro in rollnv-  Inic ohlldhoodfa common allmontH.  Vrieo 25o,  '   ,���������??,-  I3G  mm������  ������11  /J|BT,������lAV|inis.*.,-.*uMi,������.i;!-;)  M tout of white or coloured  paper for kitchen nae���������-coverti**!-*  oholvor*, ltaliig drawers, etc*  PAren CBjiouQTC   ' Mmm,^m.-mMhUM.fm���������.m'.w J  i|AMItlt>N, ONTARIO  ������i)[iiima,^1iVWW'������lH'lt'>'>'''l������i*'������l'������'������'''|i*'i<iiaiiiiini������fii������������ii<aniai-Mij  W,       W,        V.        20ml  badly out of focus.    No object was  distinguishable. *  When Camilla had gone,. Peter  sank into a chair and dropped' his  head into his hands.'   In his gesture  mm-mmm. ������ mrrntt **U *+. WrOO-MIMaCltl O *>^| ^ A0������%O { I* afVF  WOO       CbVAA.        VAA-W V*** 1**Xm*mm Ammm*.***mlkJ       ������*1*\������        **VUJ*8*.fc ~-������������������  his whole past. Never, 'had life  seemed so futile and ambition such  a-mockery.'_ He might rhav^.-knownit  would be like that, he toid himself  bitterly. Camilla had mad e practical  use of her talent,' and*^within a few  weeks was_on!ering to take care of  him. He was a dreamer who couldn't  CawrAva      ���������ir'cawf'ai      ������"���������������**��������� ****     -faT      ** iTYSg^i ^  1* w y^AA       ktlmwKmA*       w*������*-*-       -m���������       ��������� ��������� ��������� -������������������*������"**������������������  He believed it was his pride that  was hurt because "he couldn't support the woman he loved, but it was  just common, human jealousy which  gnawed in Peter's mind. Only the  deadly poison of jealousy could sc  distort both love and pride. But the  most malignant factor in jealousy is  that it cannot be admitted, and  therefore is difficult to; cure.  The more Peter brooded over bia  6ltua������o-a;7 the moreVhia anger-grew,  and his wrath settled upon Camilla  because She was the object of his!  jealousy and of Ms overwhelming desire to succeed at the same time.  A light knocking at the door  startled him violently, so deeply was  he sunk into the absorbing quicksand  of despair, He aroused 'himself with  an effort and thought, "Camilla has  come back to try to iiaake it right.  ���������Well, she. can't. I'm sick 6f it all,"  7 TOe knocking was repeated, moro  Imperative. "He called crossly, "Come  in-"' V-" ',.''��������� ' ."'"*;'"' '' .  The; door  opened  and  his hostile  eyes rraet the   pleiasant   greeting   in  AVlS*.   ���������'   .  "Hello, everyone," she called cheerfully, then stopped with on inquiring  glance around the roosn. "Oh, I.  thoUB'ht' Camilla was 'hero, I ran ln  to ask you both to have a little  supper with me-; I'm alone ��������� and  lonely.^ 7 Sho laughed, wlthoiit aln-;  {Jdrliiy. ���������'���������*: "6idi:i't I hioar her como In  onrly this nfternooh?"  ''Yes, aho "was bore,'* "Petor replied  toneloasly, and added, "but alio had  to-'.loave- ''oarljr.M7'(.'7 - ��������� ���������  \; ,  ������������Well/ it's a good thing I enmb  over In tlmo to pull you out of your  gloom,, Another half ?hour and you  would pasa put," Her banter con-  eealqd 'licr awa.p'ivUjj)lcEoiia,' of the wlt-  uatlon and hor good humor encouraged Pqter, "All tho ,7 more reason,  then, why ypu ahould havo mippor  with mo, anyway. That"f3 jutit ono of  tho disadvantages of having a goiilua  for a', wife. Of courso, sho can't  afford to spend all hor timo, chirping  yOU. Up." .''['.  "Oh,  I'm   all   rlglit,'*   he insisted.  smoothing hack 'the bright, disordered curls with a big, shapely hand.  "Tired, I gue^a;"  4*Of course, you are. You've worked all day, haven't you? Come  along."     .  He obeyed meekly. Following Avis  across the hall had got to be son*������r-  thing of a habit. _ Rather a pleasant  habit, too.  Avis was a _ ciever actress. To  prove that she had, anticipated two  guests for suDper. she removed one  of the plates from the table that was  laid for three. She "also talked easily*  ana* sparingly while'she served Peter  unobtrusively: Here was a "rift  within the lute" of Peter's marriage,  and she drove her wedge in cautiously. She restored his tranquility,  made him comfortable and entertained him quietly. * Just what he  needed. ���������  When they left the table, Avis suggested without insistence, "You  surely don't need to work tonight.  You should rest. Sit down and be  comfy for awhile. Is your piece almost finished?" She turned the vol-  uzns low on the radio, and a sentimental voice crooned, "You take me  to Paradise." Then she lighted a  cigaret and. held it to his lips. He  took it with an amused laugh. She  fired another for herself and dropped  down lightly on the- opposite end of  the divan, arranging "the pillows for  her - comfort.  believe that T had anything so valuable as that?"  "I know you have." Her eyes held  his gaze, significantly.  "Oh���������that!" he dismissed the,implication of her words; instantly.,. And  added presently*. "Funny how ^the  women- insist upon taking care-" of  me. What's the matter with me, anyway?"      r     .' '���������      -    .  "Women?" Avis aslced vaguely.  "Oh, Camilla and I just had a row  about that this afternoon," he confessed bluntly. "She wanted me to  let her help me withher money,' Of  course, she isn't making a fortune,  but I guess she cot*.Id spare a little.  She thinks I should accept it, but  what kind of a fellow wants his wife_  to keep him, even if he is trying to  do something worthwhile? That  wasn't In our agreement in the first  place."  Avis exulted, but managed to keep  her voice matter-of-fact and as impersonal as if she -were answering  Camilla herself when she said, **I  think you are quite right about that,  Pet^i. So many, renows are letting  down on their pride these days, and  allowing their wives to do it all. Of  course you don't -want to do that. I  admire a man with some sand."  "Well, I have as much right to  be independent as she has ��������� and  more. She.wouldnt' let me help her  if she needed it, as things are with  me now. Then why should I accept  her money?"  "I think you are both right, under  the circumstances. I see her point  exactly���������" Avis -was shrewd, "���������but  I also see yours."  "I'm glad somebody does," he  shrugged. "Well���������that's that! What  I think I had better do is -to get a  good honest job and go to work at  somsthin0" that turns to gold at the  magic touch of toil."  "At what?"   ..''��������� '7-'     7  "That's it-���������what. And where ? Jobs  being the leapt plentiful thing in the  World just now, that complicates the  problem even better."  "Then don't   be   silly, Peter.    Let  ���������j^m  MYSELF OUT  /   mJBBirtu  AND  SCRUBBING  It was strange. How   Avis, served  and^pampered   and   indulged,   found j me  tell   you   something.    Will  you  uci    gicavnv   jrjcaoui.c   ux   BCJ.VU15    cxjiv. j ���������������-���������������-  humoring this young giant who  looked _ as if he had "been made to  struggle with physical .force instead  of molding bits of ciayy _.The ignominy of loyer-that. makes servants  of parasites and weaklings of slaves.  He blew smoke intp space, with  contentment. "Yes, I'll finish, this  week. I had planned to have it  bronaed before sending it to the exhibit;- ' pensively.  "Of course, you should. Why not?"  "That costs money," he replied,  after a moment's hesitation, and .met  her glance defiantly. "So, I'll enter It  aaltis." V.?" 7,7?' v?v;7'.  "Don't ha absurd;" she reproyed  him gently.- "What's ?a little saving  like?that, if it hurteTyour^chance to  ��������� win?'V?-7?7"' :,;'?-,.?V?V; -j:  "I can't save what ,1 don't have,"  enigmatically. ; ������������������.--..  "Well, wouldn't it pay you to borrow money on a chance7like this?  Besides, supposing that Jirou don't  win the prize, you can put it into  marble and sell it aa you suggested  before." ',; y.':'  He made a gesture of hopelessness. "Who is going to loan money  to a fellow who has made a clay  figure, on tho chance tha.t it. will  win him a prize or that he might  copy it in marble and perhaps find  a* buyer for it ? That's aU the collateral I have to offer. Did you ever  -hoar of a financier who Twpuld take  such a long chance as that?"  "A bettor guarantee would be your  tPlont and ambition," she suggested.  Ho laughed Ironically. "'Who would  HEALTH MEANS CSMKa  Sparkling eyes  and smiling lips  speak of health  and vitality. Clear  skin (attracts. The  healthy active girl  is both happy and  popultir.  Perhaps you  ���������are not really ill  ; yet.-t*ir.h'������ a. ������*b������;  day's t/otIc its done you aro coo tired  to enter into the good times that  other women enjoy. Uor extra energy,  try Lydia E,. Plnkbattt'-s .'Vcgatabso  "With both ears," h.e grinned.  'Tm "begiiining to believe the supposition, is true that- genuine artists  haven't a gr-ain-,of business sense���������  you being the first and best example  I know."  .  "Is that all ybu have to tell meT  I know that already," disdainfully.  i<WeiI,  that's  a good  start.    You  admit the truth. Then, see here! Did  you ever   realize   that- no   business  success is ever founded on hope and  ambition and ability, alone?    Every  success has to have a financial foundation.   Yet of all the stupid people  in the world,  artists   imagine   that  they are not self-made "unless they  starve and freeze and live absolutely  independent of'all the rest   of   the  world. Is that sense?" she demanded.  "Put into words, it doesn't sound  practical,"    Peter   admitted.      "But  what else'can they dp? You think I  should take my wife's money, then?"  "Absolutely not.    No more than a  man with a lot of pride would take  his wife's money to go into any business.    But he would borrow   money  and sell stock for a foundation, and  then set ot work to make good. Your  talent and your future are just as  good risks as any business,   and   if  you were as practical   as   you   are  artistic, you would borrow money. to  secure your peace   of   mind   and   a  comfortable living,    and   then   give  yourself to your work.   You owe that  to yourself and Camilla."  Peter sighed. "I had hoped to make  It alone."  "You are stubborn, aren't you ?"  Avis smiled. ���������  "Ail right, granting that you are  right and my future is worth an investment, who else could bo convinced?"'' "'.;.,'.-?!?'-K-:'.'���������������������������������������������.  , "No ono else noods to bo,' rIio -replied casually, intent with lighting  anoUier cigarette. "I have money to  invest, and right now I don't know  a ftafor place to put it! than ln th****  career of Peter Anson, famousi American sculptor of the future J"  (To Bo Continued)  Compound, it tones up your general  health. Gives you more pej*t--^no-i*���������i  :' churm. V ;., ?;,���������; ��������� j::j-j<- ��������� ;':���������.:.���������'  lUmeniber that 98 ouft of 10O  women jrcporB benefit; "Leo I������ help  ^/4JU   mUlt.  ��������� mmmm.nmm*a*waa**mmAmmwmaaAmm***ammm*mm.tm9  It actually  Washes the Dirt  mmmem^mmommmmammmmm  ^a^vay ������ ������ ������  A .-  ��������� "������ Jg JTHY tnske hard work out  V V of household tasks. w .with.  Gillett's Pure Flake I*ye you  can wash the dirt away! Just use  ���������Q     ef>lBj������j<i>������jBM^      iV%^     "B       mm.mkm*\m^m*A.A*k.^wamw?mmm      ^S*������������������_  mm%    *S5-B?4ft*������3 5������i/.������X    ^J*i      A      *_^. g*^������j"*!,"*_*!*. *��������� ��������� ��������� ���������      ������ } * ,-**f>**  solved ia a quart of cold* water. ���������  It makes your home, spotless  without rubbing and scrubbing!  Have Gillett's Pure Flake Lye  handy whenever there's any  heavy cleaning to be done. Use it  to get rid of toilet^bbwl stains,  too���������and for clearing stopped-up  drain pipes. Kills germs and destroys odors as it cleans. Get a  tin of "Gillett's Pure Flake Lye  today. At your grocer's^  "*Noir������r dlasolTo lye In hot vratcr. The  Action of tho lye Itself heats tha water.  ������������������' ' .     0    ...  FREE; BOOKLET���������Be sure to get m  copy of the new, revised edition of the  Gillett's Lye Booklet. Tells you dozen*  of ways to keep your home spotless...  how to make heavy housework easy.  Also contains full directions for soap  making, thorough cleansing and other  uses on the farm. Address Standard  Brands Limited, Fraser Avenue & Liberty Street, Toronto, Ontario.  LLl1 I  O  ���������EATS DIRT  urn, ���������inmiinia miamia ���������  11  HDngliuid's Income Tax Heavy  In Canada a married person with  $6,000 income pays $120 por year; in  "England with name income lie pays  $708.12. The' income tax Is greater  to the Hamo oxtont on all incomoa in  tho United, I<lngdom, and the Brl-  ticUcr liaya tUo"hlgSi6*it for capllia,'  taxation in the world.  Where News Travels Slowly  The Russian 'Tzvostia" reports  tlmt a Christmas message to the.lata  Czar and his family waa received in  Leningrad the other day. ii came,  from a Siberian tribe which had not  .yet heard of the Russian revolution.  TIi������r*'a  liotltliite to equal  M'nnrd'*.' It "������a!c<3 ���������hold".  Antitkepiic, aouiIuhk, healing.  Gives quick relief I WAK^HUflW/I^W^yw  uiiru j.(b,w������-v V  y^aj Ttijyinmri i^aww  DHB CHRtESTOJSf   REVIBW  BUILDING LOTS���������9 choice home  sites in Block 20, west side Creston  Avenue, opposite hospital. Apply E.  Johnson or K. ������. Paulson, Creaton.  New Blouae* in Colors juat arrived.  New shipment Super Silk Hose, latest  shades for 1934.  Discount on 'Fancy Goods for  rest of this month.  lynne Fashion Shonne  Upstairs���������Next Ross Meat Market.  Local and Personal  ". Complete line of Goodrich Zipps tennis  shoes have arrived at Vic. Mawson's. ,  . L. C McFarland got back at the end  of the week from a trip to coast points.  HAY FOR SALE-  SIS per ton at ranch.  Lister  -Baled alfalfa hay,  Mrs. Beard, Camp  Art Hurry of West Cre3tcei was a  business visitor to town on Tuesday.  He has wound up operations on his trap  line and reports a much more profitable  season than a year ago, particularly with  rats.  Mr. and Mrsyw. Fraser were auto  visitors to Trail for a weekend visit;, with  friends, ...  SE/r'HNG.EGGS���������For sale,: purebred  Whit*? Leghorn. See V. jviawaon,  Creston. "'  ww At* x kuu���������urcneitti  purpose  cow, one just freshened. W. H.  Erickson.  ���������      "-"    .  mucn  Kemp,  -*���������*���������- A   "A -J-aK-atK- A-A. A-A-A.^-A      A f   A.'.  A   | ^ .   af"^ ,   fr  ���������  ^   - flf-, , m% , ff> -  -^ - A ~-^ .r-"ft m f\ V IH    I  A A iW * ift J   aft l..lfj T a~f*  I    aft  ii  k  k  k  ������  a>  >  ^  k  k  k  ^  G������BW������������S*BS  r  We respectfully wish bo adviss that our special  offer of Cost plus 10% for Electrical Installation in  houses, stores, etc. "will terminate on 30th April, 1032.  We would suggest you take advantage of this  offer and sign up for your requirements before the  above mentioned date.  If you decide to accept this offer please call at  our office as early as possible as orders will be executed in-same rotation as received.  West Koolenay Power & Ljgltt Go. Ltd.  if* PHftlBP 3ft  Up to the first of t e month 212 license  plates a'or autos and trucks have been  issued at. Creston.  FOR SALE���������Netted Gem Potatoes,  raised from Invermere seed last year.  Call at office.   C. O. Rodgers, Creston.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Early Rose  Green Mountain and Nettted Gem,  $1.50 per 100 lbs. > D. S. Timmons,  Creston.  WANTED-rWill trade 8-tube Majestic  Electric Radio for Maytag gass engine.  Write, Ellis, ? cave Patmore Plumbing,  Cranbrook, B.C.  Mr. ahd Mrs. C. B. Twigg and Col.  and Mrs. Mailandaine were motor visitors to Spokane at the end of the week,  returning on Sunday.    -  STRAWBERRY PLANTSr-Bri ish  Sovereign and Van San, $3 50 per 1000.  Also Raspberry canes, Guthberts, $7 per  iw������A      rtau oia:.,..   tir..Mv.<4al  ed 8 pounds 15 ounces, had a length of  19 inches and 18 \H inch girth. The catch  was made in "the back channel across the  ferry.  Creaton Valley Post Canadian Legion  entertained all retur ed men at a  smoker at the Legion hall on Monday  night, which was well attended and most  enjoyable . tim������S was had. Proceedings  were in charge of the president, John  Bird, assisted by J. B. Holder, with  stotirS, yarns, songs and community  singing putting in the time very pleasantly. There was an abundance of  smokes and an excellent lunch.  W aftaW m *!*��������� af\  4-U-m  k.%**Jr*w~A  TU ana *v1 ���������> ��������� r*A  "That th   introduction of machinery has  done more harm than good," was de-  . mm? vw'-.'K^*'  fttMvnii CT*ac*rr  vnmvn   Han-b-bi  I  a*   kmft *������)  ��������� ������������������������,..  w-vwm'* ���������* -m f f n������'w������'.fT w  .w.w.XfW'WWm  ���������v*<r-^r-iy vy^-^--^r--y-^rW  ��������� A.m.a  a A.m.  -<l.a.a> i A '.A  ~tf>   m, A ,A   A.A.n ,A.  mMAmMAmAmjAmAkmmm  THE FRIENDL.YSTORE  ; Our Provisions afe Appetizing and Nutritious  PEANUT BUTTER, Sguirrel Brand. 57 oz.s  TOILET ROLLS, Trans Canada. 7 for   .    .  PEARL SOAP, 7 for ...:....   BULK COCOA, Extra good quality,   Ih   ALL BRAN, Kellogg's pkt.   SARDINES, Brunswick, 5 for    :        $ .62  .25  .25  .16  .21  .25  This year we are again handling a special strain of Pansy  plants. Large bloom. Locally grown. Come in arid see for  yourself. The first lot will be in for Saturday. The price is  right.  WE DElmlVER  RANGE FOR SALE���������All wbi e enamel nickel trim range, with water front,  used 18 months? "West Kootenay Power  &, Light Company, Ltd., Creston.  FOR SALE���������Anyone wishing to buy  a desirable home in Creston should see  Axel Anderson,. Victoria" Avenue, Creston.    Two properties to choose from.  Corrie & Sons announce Lorraine  Olivier as the winner of the prize in the  firm's bean guessing contest. The jar  held a total of 1713 and the guess was  1680.  Crestonian orchestra will supply  music for the softball club dance on  Friday, April 27th. The admission is  50 cents, and three cash prizes will be  drawn for  Rev. A. O. and Mrs. Thomson and  Mrs. Leslie Mclnnis were motor visitors  co Spokane on Friday to which city they  accompanied Miss Fleetwood on her,, trip  to Portland, vyregOii.  E, S. Bailey or Cranbrook,' who opened  "Your" cash store at Creston about  four years ago, was one of the, applicants  for the job of caretaking the tourist  park in that town for 1934.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Netted  Gem, $1.10 per 100 lbs., $20 ton, at  Creston.' Carload $18 per ton f.ob.  Cranbrook. Apply . G. Connell,  Erickson or Joe Jttoe. Erickson.  FOR SALF-r'Asparagus roots, 1 cent  each; Van SanfeStrawberrves, *54?0O Jper  1000. Everbearing Strawberries,v;50 cents  per 100. Black Currant roots, 25c. per  dozen. ; J. W.JRobinson, Craston.     7  . The verier plant at the C. Q. Rodgers  box factory' resumed operations" at the  first of the week. VMa erial for the strawberry and raspberry cups as well as the  decking for the berry crates Is being put  in stock.     ���������'���������*-. *   * '  jam,    mmm    ggrm     mmm     w*Mm    P������48 ^m.     J������Bk M   M  cnnocracy  will be the subject of a  Lecture by  W.J^^ETT  ,    oif Spokasse , . .  United Church Hall, Greston  siril IR  EIGHT p^nt.  Sponsored by local citizens.  COLLECTION.  bated   at   the   meeting  of  the United  Young People Wednesday evening last,  m���������.~A.\m   A.~*U_    JajJm mm mmm     ������m       ma*.ww**.**      ^V*f      "Mr***,***       a^mtm&Ct  .  WAiU wmmAXS -UCViSi-LFIS   &U.     *������*"������������      W������      vm-     im-Z^i%     .  tive.' which   'was    argued    by   George  Connell and  Miss Margaret^Armitage.  who were opposed by nob Currie and  Miss  Edith   Avery    The  judges  were,  MV������ w TT  W'lU-s, Vi������������ Mbwrofi and Ben  Crawford.  Now is the time to  get your  SCREEN  WIRE CLOTH  in all widths, Black or  Galvanized.  Screen Doors  and  Screen Windows  B������  II  iii..  Poultry Netting  ONE and TWO-INCH  MESH, in ALL  LENGTHS.  _  G* Sliiclair  Greston Hardware  <*m  ��������� ������at~-*-������/&&jt-"----t^������a������^  ft  BmirriiBoJr ~ f3/kYS TO p/nrcASH AT THE IMP������tUA^^^^^  SATURDAY-MONDAY SPECIALS  Crosse ������& Black well Canned Goods  en I IDC*      lOctin  |       9c. tin  jj|       Torntsto,   Consomme.      ^fp  & Vegetable, ' Beef  1  ���������a*>  *}  ������  i  aa,  E  I  Bta  Mnmhrootfii Vmtriable  Chicken u>iih Rice  BEANS- l=lh  *-   ������,  Ann       ****     tmw.tr  $  2Z  >  *  'y.yia "  Creston Valley Go-Operativs Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  ^ApAaAMafmmgfw^mm  a������'((i^*qB'*'^������i������l^pr������^������*"l^^'^������w^M������,w^^^r^������^^^^^������w^������������^^w^^^  j  aya.aMBMWi-aM������MBwi. ������ m^ tAmm w^^mmamrmm^mmm-^^m^lmmMa<mm m M  CT^*wa������ia^j*g*!i-g^^  BRIGHTEN UP BY USING  herwin Williams Products  Their Paints have greater covering qualities, combined with lasting colors. These goods contain 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.    Si^es:  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 dry Varnishes and Enamels.  Shellac,���������Orange and White.  Aluminum and Gold Paints.  Linseed Oil, Turps and Dry Colors.  ALABASTINE���������White and ten colors.  FOR SALE���������8-roomed house,- large  double sitting room, sun parlor, dining  room. etc. Two-thirds acre of garden  planted to bearing fruit treed, small  fruits, flowers, bulbs, etc., a bargain.  Mrs. M.Yoang, Hillside Road.  Mrs. R. Hopwood and daughter,  Helen, of Van ouyer, arrived on Friday  from Vancouver, and will be spending a  ew weeks.with the former's parents Mr.  and Mrs. W. T. Simister. ? Mrs. Hop-  wood was a California visitor for a few  week  during the winter.  Rev. M.T.C. and Mrs. Percival are  now permanently , occupying Christ  Charch rectory, arriving from Kimberley at the end of the,week. In ,ffuture  he will make headquarters at Creston.  Prior to his coming the house was wired  an d given some needed repairs.  V. .. 7   '     ���������'  ' " v    ���������'  At the annual mooting of Creston  Valley Co-Operatiye Association on  Wednesday last the utmost satisfaction  was expressed with the financial statement submitted covering 1933 operations. Tho three directors elected were  T. Goodwin, L. Littlejehn and Hilton  Young.  Tne bam fishing season has opened  aunpiciously Dr. McKenzie bringing in  four nice ones at the end of the week.  One of them, taken on Pikoy bait, and  entered in Vic. Mawson's contest, weigh-  SeSaf;April14  m.,m-...mm... .-i  ������������������������������������ I .......   .,      .��������� ,i l���������.i.���������a ���������!,��������� l.^.^���������.n.,. ii . i. ���������hii^.���������.i���������i.-n..*^.........,....,.....^...!..  .. ���������' , ' . ( ....  They LOVM to make  M "n 'Mm^ma %mf%*MaS' *  I' '   4* ,  Mama loves culture, Papa loves  onions.   Mama's got uplift'.  Papa's  Rot  bunions*    Papa  ,  makes whoopee; Mama makes  trouble. Theira^ry Is ojrie to  bend you double.  CHARLIE PdpaRUGGLES  MAR Y Mama BOLAND  in  PORK &  CATSUP, large bottle              .21  i  TEA. Braid's Blue Label,  lb.   BROOMS, 4-string, good quality, each..  WALNUTS, Shelled Pieces, lb   Vegetables and Flower Seeds.  .43  .32  .27  %  PHONE20 i  .. . . -.        *   ,.-��������� ?'.-'?. , ���������:--*���������   '��������� 7 '3  f-r-a-*-*!-^  1 l| ii ilia i   mtm ii Ha n iW i m\   11 A   I *\ n m\ . *\.m Am mil*. * A * A ��������� m%\ k <fil m lift a A at dh\ ���������aWfilitlf   ' JTiairmwA n A * n\k A affll all Aal all'li firaaVal 4% giafcaj nj*m%m*\mm*.mmmm--^k-^^.lt^t^  I  SPRING SALE I  MATTRESS g CABLE SPRING  in 4-foot and 4-foot 6 inch  :  4  4  CRESTON MFR  GOWIPANY   LTD.  6H0CEBIES  HARDWARE  PflU^."  -:7:.'-*f-avr.'?:*B*j^:r?;~;:^^  TILE i "Mama Love Papa"  mm* Sa3     IdB-aaiawaJ   liaawBi���������i ih*  Papa wears the pants, but  mama tells him which pair to  put on.  This   well known   manufacturer   of  Bedding gives  you   the  best   value  for your money.  UNPAINTED BOW BACK':������HAIRS:'  of **ood havdw&ood, ^ImwiS each. -  . >��������� .  Sectional BOOK CASE at a greatly reduced price.  & A. m   "������������*������ am.       & J^ JS,��������� ...li.-^ SL-^d      '      JS-^������V        mm%mum*^  Dry Goods.       Clothing.       Hardware.       Furniture  .^������<y.^.^.^������^.^.^..^������^.^. |.^.1^y.y.y^l.Y.^������^.^|.v������ytV8

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