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Array '*: .i" ft."* ,h" Z.  -N.'S -    J  ,.s  -i    ra  ,\fmSfS\^_  Xi^������-  C^  ss,  -**,v.  n*p-"oro  Hr-     H  'BB    s   x  . ^    __       _______ _-���������_M^___      .    * <      ^^^       '^ar11' *^J8***BgH??1 *tei     *U' '"""i ^ *-B*"jj atJ"**"iilBr^^"'_aflr*1    "feu '"'HtW "^T*  tSf HL-J5"*     BB   Ji - '^HSftttai^.       mmS' '"SB       aSa  I^bBb. I  Vol. XXV  GRESTON, B. a, "FRIDAY, APRIL 27, t������34  No. -5X  Exit, Daffodils  ������������*-������.    Tilling  ;!:-2nv-  itiea.   This is as itshouid be aa Creston  is their natural centre.  The?   water sas indicated at Slough  bridge bjy guage. reads 10.5, feet for the  WeeiC     ihv ������*sfj~;6 O'utiiuw d Uri tig the last  two weeks would indicate tbat very high  Marketed 6000 Dozens Daffsr-hw^   Harris  of Cranbrook    and  Mr,  Fisher of- Nelson,  along  wsth "Short****-'  Mov������n*-nl "I^dvr  Way  Tulip  ���������Light Khttbttth ^mmd but  vr~ ar������-.ii  ���������a. ^������v vaaui  *-  ���������*/���������  &WUHUC9.  ������*���������������-' ������t^ ������������������������������������������ -Fjft.������  Observe Hospital  Bav, May 12  Millen of the B.C. Telephone Co.* were  business visitors at Atbara, thebeginning  of the week, proceedine "on tla������lakfi later  and "^e^a$a%oTof these blooms from all  poi*ntirt"i'ttr_iG_> va!l**"y Ss pared at sbcut  GC-OOdSfe^���������sw>t?of which were from  Stark flower farm at Creston. While  price-? i^aliaed h*v* Hot been ������������ remunerative as desired tbey are higher than, last 1  year and the volume somewhat  greater.  The first; of the'tulips went out on  Tuesday-morning. The initial shipment  was 400 dozens from the W. G. Littlejohn  flower farm at Erickson. These were  widely distributed, such txrinfc. as Winnipeg, Ksgraa, Mocajjl&w. Calgary. Edmonton and Medicine Hat being remembered. Opening prices, while not high, are  better than iast season, but if the present  warm weather continues the local crop is  likely to be about alt harvested prior to  the favored market for Mother's Day,  May 13th. A* year ago the crop came too  late to catch this very desirable trade,  Asparagus got onto the shipping list, at  the end of the week, with "L. T. Leveque.  Mrs. G. Cartwright. H. Cowling. "Enck-  son: W. A. MeMurfrrie, Alice Siding, "sad  Moarad Wigen, W'/aadeL tire early shippers. The amount to be-marketed is not  large*' At the middle of the week there  was some demand for rhubarb, hut this is  not likely to continue. For potatoes  there is absolutely so call from - outside  points.  With the blossom season fair^ well  advanced, provided no setbacks are encountered, it locks like a wonderful year  for cherries and all stems fruits. The  cherry blccts is pauticucafiy abundant.  Fears are due for a. light crop this year.  The blossom period would andieatfe-tbat  19S4 will be a big year for Delicious and  Mcintosh Reds, with the WealtliFs also  ���������i;he bloom "fe"ndtfa^?i|^ughad^*iced to  Bfredict?withan!ir.ee-rtainty. but taken all  xne (janaman Bridge uompany, lata.,  m,l������A0^      m*r....m.mmmmm*        1..... tmmrnm...     *������..,*.������      ..4*  wuvoe    -vx^^MMfrnxMrn^MMm      uoq       a������w������a.      j^������D������.  mtv  at Kootenay Landing since their erection  OIv tne   span . over  tut;  IwOtS*u������y,   h������T������  secured a contract- near Grand Forks and  expect to move in a day or so, on The  arrival of some structural material.  Women's Auxiliary Having Tea  and QpeiipGuse���������Book Shower Quite Successful���������Grounds  . Committee Wants Shrubs.  ^9������^ff^?M?   ^������^r5F^?^?r^?gB5  Creston Hospital Women*������ Auxiliary  met in regular April session on Thursday  Vrtt * aa  aitarnoon tast,|"tne- presment,  ftirp. as,.  pre'sj*3������*j  ig, with an attendant e  Birth���������To  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Bonier, a  daughter, April 14th.  B. Cokris here from Sasketchewan  a visit at the Weere home.  on  Xngrid and Jens Wilson are employed  *VM    f3������Q   "wtS a k rm^AWa^\4t4-  kJAA    Ul<  JUL  tuyviuiv  sawi   11   im.  jjiaaaa aaj  4-lU.v  1.118;  jajuUSCrOa %.  area at present.  Old timers can not recall an April  when Arrow Creek was showing" such  high water ss this ^ssr.  Rev. F. G. M Story of Creston was  calling on residents in the Arrow Creek  area a couple of days last week.  -Stevens^ pre's|*S|n  ot 27 members.  \Jtma    C*.~ JJ_ *" Mora     th0    ������������8������������81b������b������xt*ci    ro.  presentative <on?the hospital board, who  is a member o#,*jae new uospit&i grounds  committee, appealed for donations of  shrubs, etc, for. beautifying the hospital  groundsVMfttv5Cherrington reported for  the visiting committee, and Mrs. Chas  Murrell for ihe^uying committee. The  I visiting committee for the ensuing  month is Mn.^. Jacks and Mrs. Hare.  - - Miss N. Hisses, R N., re-ad a paper  dealing with tlie^observance of National  Hospital Day> fi^ay 12th, giving a number of suggestiirfr-^s for attracting public  attention to hospital -work. The auxiliary will have ar- tea, with silver collection," at the hospital, on May 12th, and  arrangements Will be made to show visitors over the building.   -  Mrs. A*. I*. Palmer undertook to head  the kitchen-c������5g������nitteer Mrs. W. L. Bell  that $80. balance from 1*933 fall fair, be  used aa prizes at the 1934 flower show.  , There will be the usual apple blossom  tea in the orchard of Mrs. Paul Hagen  on May I2th. Arrangements were com-  pleied^cr the refreshments and ice cream.  Purchase of, a freezer was talked over  and w was agreed to buy one ii available  at a suitable price. The secretary will  communicate with Mrs. C. Robinson, a  former president, to see if he can locate  dbe in Nelson.  s. Mm- **pon sent letter acknowledging  norwers aeni her white in  Creston hes-  _n._*      nn*^ s^imsz.-. - :j.j.^^ _..u~.;^a���������j  pai^aa*      aire tidiviuswuuuii.vcciiuuuii.ku  a report on sick persons visited. There  was a.letter from the Solarium which was  *"*a*"6s5 .-sreasd -for reading. Mrs.  Hackett offered a receipe for cheese to  to aU.members interested.  Ta9a hostesses were Mrs. M. Wigen,  Mrs. V. Johnson. Misses S. Benedetti  uu%m vmrwiuw nuuu.  ���������trp^.'  Pioneer Lister  Settler Passes  Walter P. Edwards Expires Suddenly���������Found Dead iby Neigh-  ... hor irom Heart Attack���������One  -C T3Z-m*m  f*amn  Seedier Farmers.  BOtehener  Work has been done on the road pastel will Ye in charge, of the tea tables, assist-  *_   "B*.     TT* 1 ~. -8-*-*-     Tm.    _A J_l_j A.*- _      A#4   *K^^   U.u      Xr>8vWaia       HjflDO     T������.CVkA     1 .o 13 oil A  the P. Resche ranch. 1% straightens the  road at this point, instead of crossing at  an angle.  P. M. Wiltse, of Arrow Creek fox  farm, is offering a reward of $10 apiece  for a couple of silver "foxes that escaped  f*^*v\  4>n      fA-i>*n nn*������lit ������������%   ���������jV1^^v ������*-,**a>-'  ed by Mrs. Forbes, Miss Irene LaBelle,  Mrs. A ,B. Negs/Mrs .Canute Anderson  Jack Neilson of Yahk arrived on San-  day sad has gone up G*r?at River on a  visit to his claimt.  Mr. and Mrs. D. F..Putnam and son,  Frank, of Erickson, were weekend' visitors at" the home of' Mr3 and Mrs. C.  Senesael.  A. Lepage and C. Senesael, who are  working at Fort Steele, spent the weekend at their homes here. They returned  on Monday.  T. LaBelle, who is employed at the  west JSoatfell camp, wa<* taken to Creston capitals with an injured back, which  he sustained while at work.  .. mmmm.   mm.  *������������r  The water in Arrow "Creek has es-  tablisheda rewrd1 for the highest stream  flow tor ApHiplrac as yet is not as high  as during the Sood stage last June. '  Mr. and Mrs. L. Olson of .Canyon .weie  filers at the Wilson, -home .last weekl  "������  ^fm*r.a-m  t>.j^.������V.j   ���������...&'"&     luai-^LB  srderabrs^ wooti.as js?wLaa.Mif-ai^gsaw-  outfit by, fire a Tej? days previoas ?   s   S   -6ff__  auu as.ro  T*������������.=  . XX.  VMVWIIgUV.  book ahsjwer brought in 35 volumes. ^ Mrs, Jo? Foster donated some  plates, et?., for use in the hall. Feathers  for pillows werefdonated by  Miss Han-  <.������aa������,    vM^m^^al    *m      **% ^m^mm^mm   t mt *������mmmmmmmmAmi       a.������a.AA������4w       4Pm.m        4>>Urf<k  ������fmfUMA   atlU-a   UUc's-TM |f'tt'50������3C������ Bf      *B**sr\5-UL*UJ3      ������W        'jWC  hospital by M*re4 G. Sinclair,  Mrs. Hare  and a friend. ��������� 7'-.     -.V-"   .  _ Tea_hostesses-were Mrs. Sinclair. Mrs.  tt. J. s*orbE3, Bars. J. P.  Ross and  Mrs.  -"H. A. Powell;  to $2.40.  given  881    au^aaaa*. o  by the  -    rr..ii  JkAk/a*m  Pine Katz  ���������TV**. Ca?l������!i4 O X*  The music  Tbe dance  i-f-ttUfc-sM elub  last was fairly well attended  was  by   Mrs     S.   Blair,   piano". Geo.  Priest, violin, and "Denis Bush, banjo.  -  Kitchener baseball club was reorganized a*t- a meeting  on  Monday night.  Andy* - Andersoi-*   is manager; jClarence  .���������.   ,.   ���������   A. . . i Anderson,    capi^iin,    and   "Jiis. Foisy,  ^*aat:ollectiott amounted  secretary-treasurer.   It was decided to  T>?Hi������rr- mourna   the untimely  passing of one of its  first .and: highly  ...~.U<uIf'..**I������Ma ti.   4-lmr.  J..J������   mjf   ^mTtm\^m.m  m���������SljpgC������y8A &C8.8#BB?&0  IU   B>������������   XMXZm-*...   XmM^       ������B CIJVSJ  P. Edwards; who was foued.de&d, in his  -farm home late* Saturday afternolon, by  Tom Young, who was prompted to look  in on his neighbor due the fact that he  had seen no signs of life about the place  the day previous.- 3>eeeased was found  sitting in a chair and it is presumed the  end came Thursday evening* |rom. a  heart attack. As soon as the discovery  was made the medical and police author-  ZlZ^e.  tm������   S4-.-.ML . ������.    _.t!������.J  V������*    ������������������      r���������  1USS Sv ^!>T.5fc-JJl    -VnC������%    giU&LUCU Uiim. JiV     i-UT  quest was deemed necessary.  Deceased was a native of Liverpool.  England, which city he !eft at the age of  17 years to seek his fortune in Canada.He.  was for a time employed at prairie points  and later was with one" of the railways  operating cut of Seattle, Wash.,* going  from there to Vancouver where, in 1917,  he joined up with a forestry battallion  and served overseas during the remainder of the war.  . He was one of the first to sign up fcr a  farm at Camp Lister arriving there  shortly "after operations commenced in  .1919, and is one ofthe very few 'of the   iXI 1-       >'*.?���������  .._V.^      _*_,~i^������      .m^t-U      *.tm  UI t^GUai        Qrf:m.VJl������7i������       WJUV      43.fcU.jrvu      %^.������.u      ������..k>  farm,^practicaHy all of which is .cleared  and planted to alfalfa, in. tbe growing of  which he was highly successful.   '  The funeral took place-on.Tuesday  from the Christ Church, Creston,  Rev/M-PC.'T. PercrvaVoflSciating, and  intermertt in Crestoin eemetery  The pallbearers- were all_ Camp, Lister  friends," Cdi Fred Lister, K. T. Millner,  R. * Stevens, John "Finlay, Chas. Davis  ~~:^~~ -a   M.-M.Z  fUttWI ,���������  ^ear s jappies,<  seeeding the  VUit5  inajtrntiingi^  200,000-box crop of 1939.'  From all sections come reports that  orchard owners art*-, paying closer attention t***- ranch work in  all its branches,,  psftlCsBjarly tu   Hprayiijg vim feciiiirinK.  On unirrigated lands the mcistarc supply  has never been better, and if no grief is  encountered at the full moon period,  which centres on Sunday, _29tb,. early  seascn prospects  promising.   i-������  8.-UUIU  1 Jl���������  uuiuty  be  more  Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson were  visitors at Creston Saturday last.  Robin Taylor of Twin Bays was at  Creston during the week with his truck  "for supplies.  "4-^  -. HJ-.B. S*wigg/.d^ic^^^ultui-^t|-was  here from Creaton' nfecwesdayViast,  when he spoke, at ^t meejii^. of 5 Arrow  Creek "ltaprove������aentSA-������-*������if^iMi,.on.������*rop  rotation and fertilisers suitablefor Arrow  Creek district. *'';*      *  G&ny&ti  i   ���������*"*���������.*-*-  . t������-  w.������  dboWList  XXT mmAmmt  V   M.^l"^>������.   mf\ -*������**      A mrnm^mmm^m.   ���������mmm.  a^aiuiBia x-r *a. jra.������v*aa-8h������>i*������*  T������   m���������e__  iwiKB of Ci*et*ton-  ranches at Twin  paia a visit  to  Bays and Sanca  .    -./-a.  ���������xj  the  during the week.  The number of bees in evidence at this  time is considerable and, according to  the old timers, unusual.  Mr, Pollard of the waters, right branch,  Nelson, was a business visitor here, looking into water licensee.  Mr. Duckett of Nelson who.has taksn  a lease of the Lodge Inn, Kuskanook, has  arrived here preparing for summer visitors.* v  H. Osborne of Kuskanook was in Creston on Monday attending the funeral of  the late Wa ter P. Edwards <of Camp  Lister. '���������"..'?"  A lara-e number of younc folks motored to Wynndol laafc Thursday to attend  the dance there by the Commanders of  of Trail.  R; S. Bevan of Creston was at Kootenay Landing' oh Sunday and Giia  Beiiedottl was hero from the Borosoto  ranch by motor boat.   ,  A BlSdo ooflUTrred on the' C.P.R. track  on Saturday at Tye but was handled  very quickly by several outnlde crows  witnout any great impediment tp traffic,  P. Tj*rinp(vl1lo of Twin Bays In bn������y on*  larging hit* auiiiiin-i cuiiip tiiere and  hopes to have everything completed and  in order In time for the tourist season.  ' ' C. Blair has just taken delivery ;of a  Chevrolet sedan from Creston Motors,  Creston. '  J. Loubet is trying out hjs luck placer  mining on the Goat Riyer above the  canyon.  Jock McRobb, jr., left for Trail this  week where he has struck a job in the  C M. &S.' fertilizer plant    * . . v  Seeding operations are in full swing in  the Frank Putnam acreage at the Nelson  | corner, most of which is being planted to  oats.. - - V ��������� .;��������� 7 *  Mrs. Miles Hurl and two children of  Carman-jay, Alberta, have arrived ;6n a"  visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.  ~**m at ..' ... -.*���������      , * !. .   ,:   . .a. ������������������  CJook.  Mrs, Guy Browell of Nelson spent a  few days here the past week on a. visit  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.  Hickey.  <c. Mr. Pollard of the water rights branch,  Nelson, is here again this week, -finishing  up his survey of water licenses in; the  Canyon area.  The pink spray ia being applied in the  Canyon apple orchards this week.  Cherries and stone fruits are in full bloom  and promise a heavy yield.  The mail carrying on the Creston-  Canyon-Liater rpute will be in charge of  John Lloyd, who has secured the contract for another four years. '  Jock McRobb is wondering if Premier  Pattullo's Special Powers Act ia effective  in the animal kingdom, due the fact tlmt  ono of his Jersey cows has just given  birth to twin calves, both of which are  heiffera.  1934 FEower Shew Which E-&-  places Fall Fair���������Help with  Purchase Hospital Awnings,  Birth���������Api-i! ISth, to Mr. and Mrs. B.  *Frankin. a son. *"  -The?������ will be Anglican-Cburcfe Rerwi**s  at 8 p.m. Sunday. April 29.  The April meeting ��������� of ��������� Wynndel  Women's Institute, was held at the  Uniteu. Church on Tuesday last with the  president, Mrs. V. Johnson, in the chair.  Hospital matters were the first order of  business and a letter of thanks will be  sent Mr. Crane for his good work in the  construction of a dresser for the Institute  room at Creston hospital. It la splendidly finished and well in keeping with the  other furnishings There was a letter  from the ;"M?-cr������t"iry of the hospital hoard  asking for a donation of $10 with which  ia purchase awnings for the new hospital,  and a motion was passed authorizing a  donation of this amount. The financial  statement of hospital was also presented.  The proposed flower show for early  autumn was discussed and the revised  list of flowers was read, and after some  further revision ��������� was adopted. The  members, talked over the matter of  prizes and Mrs. Eakin waa made convenor of the committee on this work.  Mrs. Dunseath wiH have charge" of the  children's .section.   M'tion was passed  ���������* ;V<r* -'  .i_au atrp; i*?prving'- j  *^i"Wate"^o������%ar' j&**s**&  i ������.my. .-&  of  after  have chance at a^ early^date to raise aildA.W. SinHair,and the flowers and  ���������&������-no Sweessary Salads.   TheVteanf wiVll^**B*^?*?*y "JPv*������-i?y* "eneir-iss"- ajespeecs  --      - -        - -      ---  '--"*���������������������������    ���������-���������������.*���������*-���������-..^���������m.��������� i<jo"n*munSty-  trnstee jot t xasier  ������.i   His '~&ti&?-^ known  im       ���������������������������*-������������������--    - ~       -   -  ~  _       so    a-i������aiaj������  SkaticS7wh6. v'ia'w here7 ito  yiobk'  deceased?saffairs>? A. brother, W   "EJd  wards, afidit-sister, Mrs. A. Smith, both  of Liverpool, survive- - <  "   '  Tho"**? rettoettLberihfr -with flb-wefji vrenjz  Neyhew and neice^ Mr. and M-T8v. Harry  Smith, Trail; Creston Post, Can a ian  Legion. Mr. and Mrs. Chas "Davis, Mr.  and Mra John Bird. Mr. and Mrs. R.  Stevens, the Langston family. -USt. and  Mrs. Yerbury and family. Mrs. t Beard a  Mr. and Mrs.~D.-J.' McKee, Mr. and  Mrs. F. Powers, Alice Wellspring*, Kitty  and Milly Beard and Jean Ffynn.:  Birth���������April   20,  Howard Slingsby, a  to   Mr.   end  daughter.  Mrs.  Under the auspices of the  Women's Institute  Mrs. Morley of Coleman, Alberta was  a weekend visitor with Wynndel friends,  Mr. and Mrs Ogilvie of Harrop were  weekend visitors with their son, C. O.  Ogilvie. '  J. B. Winlaw, who has been visiting  with relatives in Alberta, returned home  last week.  Wynndel softball team was at Sirdar  for a Sunday evening game, winning by  a margin 24-4.  The Commanders orchestra from Trail,  played for a well attended dance in the  half Thursday evening.  T. Mountford, who has been on a visit  at Vancouver and other, coast point, returned home last week.  H. Corrie and Stan. Gregory were at  Trail on Wednesday last for the  Toronto-Detriot hockeygame.  Warren Hook, Who has been visiting  his grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Grady left  on Sunday for his home in Spokane.     ���������  Mrs, E. Harrop of Harrop was here for  a few days with her daughter, Miss M.  Harrop, returning at the first of the  week. ������������������      ���������,.:.'���������'"'.'  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huscroft wore  visitors, at Cranbrook at the weekend  in which city thoy attended the funeral  of Mr. HuBcroft's sister, Mrs. La  Faulkner, who passe away on Friday.  ErI&B���������&Q&  Mrn. ,T*imt>fi S. Wilnon Minn Owr������n nr\r\  Charles Wilnon, accompanied by Frank  Hamilton, wero vislt-ors nt Canyon on  Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. E.  VunAckeran.  A uoftb������H match between Sirdar and  Wynndel took place on Sunday at  Wynndel, a very clean, well contested  game renultcd In a ncore of 11-7 in favor  of Wynndol.''-'���������':  A notable incroafic in the number of  Bon woll people who go to Creston is  ovidently nttributable to travelling fnr������il-  With tho badminton soason ovor tho  young people are taking to tennis, and  are utiltei -g tho field opposite tho store.  MissfiH Bloir nnd McRobb nro in chancre,  pcr.dir.-4 the holding of on crgani-saticn  meeting. ���������  '. -''���������.'.. i  Canyon's noebnd store, with barber  shop, opened for busldess"this w������f-k on a  locaUov, at tiiw biartviii X-4-jIsou coinur,  and Is in charge of Lome Crnig, formerly  of Erickson. TlVJtr. Ruff had the distinction of getting the firat haircut in the  now {MtabHshmont.  ' W������Bt Kootenay Power -S* Light Company had to resort to dyimmlto to eloai1  tho ennyon of driff-Vood on Monday.  Sunt. Parker is on duty almost 24 h*>ura  daily keeping the driftwood on the move  ovor tho dam, which at tho firut of tho  week showed a depth of six foot of water  ovor the dnin's crest.  in t e  United Church Hall  CRESTON  .ort  ^^^Sk  aiSSnM    D flrtf ���������l    H   JHj HJ   , E9  3toS.30p.rn.  g gT6 B H e5  -aaWttMU  AFTERNOON TEA  Sole of Flowers and Home  mfZayokin** '  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  AIlc& SMIngf  i    'i "-'.'"l*"T"  Wedding bells are faintly heard. Full  particulars in June. ''*'..'  Asparagus is on the move from the W.  A. McMurtrio ranch commencing lust  week.  MiflR T,ert������>������r- SifliTrildt. ho*- Firrlvorl from  Kimberley on a short visit with hor  mother.  R.' 7Aldors6h   is  here  from  Turner  TT-BV.... ������ll.-.l��������� 1���������-1.J.. ^       ���������r,....      ..���������,.)������ ^.  1   IH^-J"   V J.������n*t������iW'������v������ff������^ ������W\JB*8|ln Amm  m-'Sm m m,r g.. *>   . . . -^  work on tho ranch.  Cattle arc now being rounded up off  the flats, and will bo taken to Yahk for  the high water season  Alice Siding school took a 14-3 beating  at softball from the Sirdar school' team  in a friendly game on Saturday, hero.  Reports from Cranbrook hospital ln-  dicato that l-Jvelyn Mather Is recovering  nicely from hor npptimlU-IUn operation,  nnd will bo homo in  a fow  (lay������,   Mrw.  Spraying is in full swing in Erickson  orchards this week, with ideal weather  conditions prevailing. [  Mr. and Mrs. George Currie; of Fernie  have bought the Angus Cameron; ?an<*h;  and take possession at once,   j  Hugh Graham and Jack Dodds were  at Kellogg. Idaho, at the first; of the  week for a Knights of Pythias reunion.  Mrs, : R., Vincent and , children of  Evansburg, Alta., > have arrived on a  visit with her,parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.  Campbell. ' !  Tulip shipping got underway from the  W. G. Littlejohn flower f a m, the first of  tho blooms going out Tuesday morning  Some quantity of asparagus is also on  the move.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clements, who  have been residents here for the past  twelve ypara. left on Tuesday for  Devonshire, England, where thoy plan to  reside permanently in future.  The tea and sale of home cooking and  plants by Erickson Ladies' Hospital  Auxiliary at the United Church hall,  Creaton, on Saturday afternoon, was a  splendid financial success, the intake  running over $86.  Mrs. A. E. Penson left at the first of  the week fo������* Cranbrook, where flhc ifj  thjs week attending the graduation exercises at St. Eugene Hospital. Her  daughter, Miss . Ben 1 ah Penson, completes her course in training this year,    j  Mather,  weekend.  visited   with   liiveiyn   ot   the  A dance   to mine   fundr*   to   develop  |-inirr������lvn|!   ������������rti"J   |;'.'lf!.   ;vl'    th"   llOSTiC   (it    ?.'?'".  and Mrs. Cecil Hamilton, Friday night. s  Music    was   by  Tom   Marshall,   Ron.  Smith, Mrs. Hamilton and Bob Parkin.  A line J time la reported by all present.  Mr. and Mr������. Clark Moore and family  of Coour d'Aleno, Idaho, arrlyed last  week on a viidt with the former's mother.  Mrp. H. H Taylor.  Trln Taylor- who is taking acnlor  matriculation work at Cranbrook hifrh  hoIiooI, ranked fifth in the c,nm at tho  Easter examinations if  ���������V*  "xjtux   Kjfivi  ..OK.K������:iXJJN;..-  '%*:.  ss  ���������iiWiini hi ' vm******i**pnmt09S '  ORANGE  Wizard At Ilsuroination  "Fresh from the Gardens  A       T** 1������   *~m. *-*-%������������������ -  j^. JC-^ecorcl KJt Dervice  Forty-four years as member of any parliament, even in the inconspicuous role of a back-bencher, would be an impressive record of service and  endurance.    It would indicate, at the very least, a tremendous capacity to j  resist boredom"and endure platitude.  Job is pretty much a full-time affair, is almost a transcendant feat, for, at  Westminster, oratorical standards differ but little from those of parliaments  and legislatures nearer home.  Forty-four years as member of the British parliament, thirty of them in  the very forefront of polemical politics, twenty of them in the role of an  imperial as well as a national figure, 'and, at least ten of .them as a world  luminary, represents something, however, which cannot be judged by ordinary criteria.  Forty-four years as member of the British parliament, during eighteen  or so a member of the cabinet and six of them spent as wart-time premier,  the dynamic centre of a. whirling -world���������that is the consummate achievement  which fell to the lot of a little Welsh lawyer.  David Lloyd George : Perhaps it was unnecessary to"mention the name  ���������for, were it posed to any group of intelligent citizens within the British  empire, it is doubtful if the juxtaposition of "forty-four years" with "wartime premier" in the question, would fail to elicit the right answer.  David Lloyd George has just celebrated his forty-fourth year as member  of the British parliament. In that long terra, the little Welsh lawyer who  entered the portals of the "Mother of Parliaments" with none of that political background which, prior to his advent, was deemed essential to ministerial rank, has run the full gamut of political achievement; has scaled  the dizzy heights and been dashed from them; has tasted the sweet fruits  of popular acclaim and the bitter of obloquy. Spectacular always, in success as in defeat, his ig perhaps the most amazing personality in its very  contradictions of a generation replete with outstanding figures.  To-o!ay, in the quieter nooks of political life, the old fires burn dim���������  but tbey still burn. The flash of those "Limehouse" days which added a  word to the English language is recalled, ever and anon, as lie asseverates  warnings and behests a heedless world beeds -not. From the couch of the  prophet, or the desk of the mentor, he sallies, occasionally, to? guide and to  counsel those who, caught in ths full flood of the stream, pay little attention to what adumbrates the stiller eddies of the backwaters.- "In sickness  or in health, one word of contiomely brings the old fires forth.   yJove still  lSt<^:j&&^ ' Ptennt-^77Many  Spectacular -Lighting  EiFfects  WaJit^ famous crea-  tor-rv^f lighting, effects:' an^-^irfeetor  'o^}^}S^vaia^^^g engineering-; labor-  atory^ at7the -Schenectady. Works of  the General _ Electric Co,,.... died recently of a heart attack at his home  in Schenectady. L  Born in Kentville, Nova Scotia, 63  yearn **go, the son of the late ox-  Mayor and Mrs. J. VV. Ryan| Tyifalter  Ryan had for" many years been  known as the "wizard" of lllumlna-  uuu. - _ ;.  He was the man who had outshone  the Aurora Boreal is or the scintillating stars of a moonlight night  with electrical effects of his own devising. Por instance, the illuminating of Niagara Falls, the magnificent  ll*Q-nT*3*gC|-*'       a"r������-praA������-ar#*-������        a"*.**-*"      *V������/-������*       *QO������tO������������tn TDara������������������-������*���������  flc Exposition in San Francisco;  thnsft o? .tlie fovBVfvo?**.r.y������ **������.���������*"��������������������� Jan-  elro, Bra."5ii; the Washington Arms  Conference; the Silver Jubilee of the  City of New York; the Altar of Victory in Chicago; the Republic Eagle  Sunburst, during the National; Convention inKansas City, and This most  marvellous achievement of all, the  lighting of the 1933 World's Fair in  Chicago.;,.  Of? this Nova Scotia-bom engineer,  Thomas Av Edison once said: "This  man Ryan has performed miracles."  terns** ��������� TOiaa-MT^  Japan's Rivalry May  Gut Living Standard  American "Diplomat Says Competition  Hard To Cope With  Japan's commercial rivalry ultimately may result in a lower standard of living throughout the world,  Richard Washburn Child, American  diplomat, said. ;-  Child,    in    Europe  1  That's wLat Tuff at Fine Gut gives to men who  ~roIl their own*'. In eveiy *way?y6Vre ahead'_��������� ??ji  ?when you smoke this famous cigarette tobacco ?H  Vs.. you get more tobacco for the same moaej/7 i  J���������mmmitAmmm'   m.~.~mt~~^.       ��������� , ���������'_ i J'.JJi..f���������t i.'.  Ji J J-'A'l ..'- - ������������������"���������'*:'": ''Hi  -    .  ���������r-������****v������w������.j wvicj., 8JUU1C cuioyiiuic tigarcnes���������     ma  and Poker Hands that can be exchanged for    Hj  valiiaM**������+������*** m-iftc* bB   *-���������-���������-    ~m--.mr    ^mv^-^ . M  Xoia can only get these advantages���������more  tobacco, greater satisfaction and extra value���������  with Turret Fine Cut.  It'-haffis fd "Roll Your Own'? wl-fh"  &       . *f " -  F IN E    ��������� U T  CIGARjb.TTJfci XUtfAHlIU  as    President  Ann   i-fiainrlp-ru  ">-h-in������.orn#-Jrtr������c *  Kis attendance at sittings of parliaments is rarer than it used to be,  but a strange reaction follows his periodic entries. Be the debate never so  dull, when Lloyd George appears members rouse themselves from, lethargy  and prepare for action. Imperceptibly, a ripple animates the house; electricity is in the air. Lloyd George has entered! Surely here, despite the fact  a whirling world has thrown him from, the vortex,- is anything but a spent  force.  Two or three weeks ago, he celebrated the forty-fourth anniversary of  his election to parliament. If he were asked what is his fondest recollection  over all those years, -undoubtedly, his answer would be: it had been given  him to retain the respect, the loyalty, the confidence and the affection of  his own constituency of Carnarvon. That is, perhaps, the most amazing  feature of bis amazing record. For forty-four years he has enjoyed the  unbroken loyalty of his constituents. For forty-four years he has enjoyed  their confidence, their respect and their affection. -Surely no man could  ask more.   That is the mead of his service and the gauge of his success.  Roosevelt's special representative to  study and improve trade conditions,  said he had come to the conclusion  during his two week's study in Great  Britain-���������first stop on his trade tour.  He admitted,-"-hat at present he  discerned no means of coping with  the increased commercial rivalry -jr  the Japanese, witb"f**heir'" lower; wage*^  scales and production ��������� costs,... which  threatens' to wreck the English textile trade abroad, Including India. 77  '���������My British friends told me that  they believe tho, Japanese technical  efficiency is at least as vital a force  iu  eHixaJjCiIig   uaj/ouciiS  COxupeuuwu aa  lower wages and their living-? standard," he added.   i _:_i_  jgfi9 ^ajffl*Siafl mwLw ^aaSaS^ H9 ^taSSSS   mm ������IW   aSS  LW al9      *%%   wOSLwV ^a9������M ^aataVaajfl ^8������������S ^aBal \m\   il ^^^L?  -Tpeg, i'm frantic.this worO  Tmust be done-and w'e a  I SPLITTING  HEAOACH&  P  oom't worry, get some  ASPI-RIM  TAOUETS  AND YOUR HEAOACHE WIU. I  BE GONE BEFORE  KNOW IT...  YOU  fK     -Wl  2    LATEFL  LOOK WHAT Iv'E DONE, PES...  ASPIRIN  SURE STOPPED  THAT  AWFOL HEADAC-HE IN A JIFFY...  never Fear BETTeR ������  I KNEW IT WOULD J  ASPIRIN  13 THe QUICKEST  ^SAFE REUEFPltoM  PAIW   *  *^*������H KWOWW...  *">  For Quick Relief Say ASPIRIN���������Wieft You Buy  Now comes amazinglu quick relief  from headaches, rheumatism, neuritis, neurulgia... tha fastest sqfe relief,  il is said, yet discovered.  Thcwc results are due lo u scientific discovery by which an Aspirin  Tablet begins to dissolve, or disintegrate, in tho amazing space of  two H'M'.nn'lH f.fl������r to'-chin*-** moisture.  Ail'i iuJiiC.*,. in .liiui, ' Viiuu^ iuiiii" ol  pnin n few minutes nfter tnlcinf?.  The illustration of the glass, here,  tells the story. An Aspirin Tablet  Ktnrts to disintearnte almost instantly you swallow it. And than is ready  lo nn to work almost instantfij.  When you buy, though, be on  (guard rigniust substitutes. To be sure  you tfet ASl'lBIN'S qukk relief, be  ���������lire (lie name Buynrjin the form of  w ciout* i:> im ovciy iuulet ui Aupiiim.  WHY ASPIRIN  WORKS SO FAST  Drop nn, AJlplrlh  Tablet In a claaa of  writer. Nnffthnt ^H.  5  I'OHE it touches hot ���������  toin, It lias started to  disintejjrnto.  What It does In this  ahiss It does in your  ntomuch, llenco IU  fast action.  MADK IN CANADA  Safety Of iVSail Ba-^  England   "Lost   Only  .One   Out    Of  40,000,000 "Last Year  Only one of more than 40,000,000  mail-bags, each containing an average of 5,000 letters; had come to  grief last year in Britain up to the  end of October. And that bag contained nothing of value. A few years  ago the average number of mallbags  stolen in a year was more than 60,  while there were frequent attacks on  officials In isolated post ofilces^ There  have been few such attacks this  year���������none of them, successful. A  reorganization scheme involving close  co-operation between Scotland Yard  and the special investigation department of tho Post Oflice police  throughout the country ia responsible  for the improvement.  Save Poker Hands to  get Better Cigarette  Papers FHEE...  Everybody agrees that  "Chantecler" and  ^Vogue" arc tha-"best  papers-���������you can gat 5  large books of either  brand���������free for on!*7  one complete see olf  Poker Hands, from  your nearest- Poker  Hand Premium Store  or by mail from P.O.  jttox 13SO, Montreal;  Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada. limited  A UfiP&r-r^  HmTiM        ^x-^mmittzz^^z^m  ^CC0.  -it,  SAVE THE POKER HANDS  Despite Price Rise  Tg3 Still '"'"Most-  Economical Drink  a.  Does Not Harm the Heart  *ammmmam\mm*mmmmmmmWm  For the past two years people In  Canada have been enjoying tho low-  ost prices for tea in a decade, but this  has meant tremendous losses ���������* to  growers who, to save .their Industry,  have, restricted tea exports and  caused prices to advance, Tea puckers, particularly thOso supplying vory  fine quality teas, have reluctantly  been forced to increase prices.  **m  Now BJa-laV* Toleiilioiui  A novel ultra-shortrwavo radio  telephono sending outfit, operating  rir-t.in*ily frrssn pnir-rm.rmn^e'l -try 1ih.I>  torlos, which weighs 15 pounds and  Is capable of sending spokon mos-  sag-es cloariy ovor distances of moro  than n mile through city streets, has  boon dovolopod. The wave-length  utilised Is 100 centimeters or about  30 Inches.  w>|. ..r-..._-r...1 . _ ���������. 1,--^,-��������� |   --||--irilrriiTi"j---ii-r-ii-nrr-'rr"---J^*-'''*-*-~"-*^^^^^',*^M'  W.    N.    V.    -20*18  The Safety Of Surgery  Tcclmlque   So   Perfect    Now   Could  "Hardly Be Improved  "The operating table is safer than  the crowded streets outside," says a  noted British surgeon.  Not long ago another surgeon,  Lord Moynihan, declared that the  technique of surgery is so perfect  nowadays that he did not see any  way in which it could be improved.  "We sometimes read that So-and-So  died after an operation. The phrase  is somewhat unfortunate, because it  carries the suggestion that the operation had something to do with thev  cause of death. It Is not the operation that causes death, but the disease or Injury which made thc operation necessary. The operation was  the only chance of saving the patient's life, and either tho operation  had been delayed too late, or tho injury was too severe.���������St. Thomas  Times'-Journal.  Worth Fabulous Sum  Tiidln'o oldont society; tho Asiatic  Society of Bengal, recently colobrat-  od its ItSOth annlvorsary.-  Russian    Crovra    Jewels    May;. Bo  Shown At Chicago Fair  The Russian crown jewels, valued  at nearly $250,000,000, and one of  the richest treasures of precious  stories in the world, "will bo displayed  at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago this summer if the  Soviet authorities grant a request  they have received from exposition  authorities that the gems be lent for  the period beginning "May 26/ when  the fair re-opens. The authorities  have the request under advisement.  The collection, which Is assembled in  an Isolated storeroom In the Stato  Bank at Moscow and is guarded day  and night by Red soldiers includes  the crown used at the coronation off  Catherine the Great and her successors, which is said by experts to bo  worth $52,000,000. Almost 5,000 diamonds, together with a groat ruby,  go toward making up its weight of  11 vo pounds. .������������������'''"���������: '���������������������������'';-".���������������������������-���������'.,  Producing maple trees on eastern  Canadian farms total'70,000,000.  Vf������PlLl&  MafJ   aaal M* alb        - 4aV ^^^ t.    - 'aAtt ������������������"  s^ *-****-������n Btsf^s*qfTfentirn   s \t)B-El Bflu ^^ysskWf^M .  ��������� k. mwA^mmiA^wm'mm'A^mmm     S^ya  aaM^*!C''B ������j.  The Bane of a Woman's Life  lMature iutciuiou women io "do huoub and ueuithy  Instead of weak and oielcly, but how can a woman  have good health when she has to fjo through tho  houfiehold drudgery without any relaxation. Is It any  wonder she becomes nervous and "Irritable, has hoi,  lluf-lics, faint and disss*.*-" upcllfi, Hhortnous of breath,  ninlcinR and omothorlnn scnBatlons, and can't sleep at  night. ���������, ��������� ' -h ..  Women who aro weak and run down will find in  MiUium's IT. & N. PUIn a remedy to nl.rehp;t,lien tho  nyi-Lom and brinne baok the much dealred health,  1  1  ���������i  .**������  fl  M **.������ ..i  'fo''-    .-IT.  ���������err. i v  -,"; vs t~,:  *���������.   i" v i  CTE   BEV1ISW.   CBESTOK,   B*   ^  ^?^>  xauuiVMft   "������ji-iJL*<������������a.-|.-i.AaJtj  APPRftVM OF  RrtnGEf SHOWN  . , i J   -* . %.- ���������> --      ~i  -      >-i- ���������  in "    ���������   - v    ;>"���������-"  ��������� fT"       '  Toronto.���������* irst reaction- to the  , budget of Hon. VE,VN7 Rhodes, Dominion financev-minister, camo at  , Vancouver, where gold nainlng, ibsuea  on. the stock exch^j^*r^,dec\ines*t  sharply on news that a iO"pef cent,  tax would be levied on "the yellow  metal.     , *" '  Experts  estimated  the  tax would  bring the treasury  more than  5"0,-  WVVJ.WV      AAA      WAV     J.iVmj  'm.mm'Jm.tmm^m       ������HA^  account rapid expansion being u.>ade  by large mining companies. -\t was  not believed, however, that -t.>e tax  would have an' adverse effect en min-  . Other provisions of the "-budget  brought forth almost general approval. Sugar wholesalers said: decision to cut the tax on that commodity from, two to one cent a.1  "pound would have little effect on  them' as the cut would be passed on  to the consumers just as the original j-���������^".,^^*  tax was last year.-. In some quarters "  it was said reduction of the tax  might result hTabout a 10 per cent.  increase in sugar sales, but many  larms-handling sugar said they expected no heavy increase in sales  anyways until the beginning t>f- the  fruit preserving season. ~   ~  7 *  Bakers said the reduction in the'  sugar tax -would have little effect on  them, but expressed, keen Pleasure  over abolition of the six per cent,  sales  tax on  cakes  and  pies.    This  re, they expected, would result  in considerably increased sales.  Winery officials expected m increase in consumption of sparkling  wines as a result of tbe decision to  cut the tax on those beverages from.  $1.50 to 75 cents a gallon. Stewart  "ufcCle"aa.giias, chairiuan of the I'^uor  control board of Ontario, -������aid it was  "a move in the right direction.*'  Brewers of the" mora humble fluid,  beer, said the-decision to merge the  three-cent-per-pound duty on malt-  witli the 12 % per cent, gallonage tax  would-have little effect on thehabusS^  stess and that prices would not be re-'  VUI.CU.  Headquarters of the United Farmers of Ontario viewed with interest  announcement of Mr. Rhodes -that  legislation would be introduced to  case the burden of farm debts.   Sec-  Relief Problems  Revenue To.Be Collected Depends On  -7 r Conference In "Edmonton  "Edmonton.���������Reliefjofficia.13 of the  four;? Westsrh provinces'completed a  conference" on the common problems  of relief administration and discussed  the question of uniformity, especially  In the matter of food allowances fcr  the  three prairie provinces.  The conference was described by  "Hon. J." A. Merkley,- minister cf fall-  t.rmm.^       .mlmam    m m. J* A~. J-...J.-.A -. *....     fm.^x.^M  -������K������*,yw,   ������������.wvrl. ,auu.  ullUfOMICS   8.U   OcU5na.(������-  chewan, and chairman of the meeting, as the "most satisfactory for  some time" in. a statement issued to  the Canadian Press.  ' He declaredr that  studied food quota:  provinces, and- that  bia, "being a little 'differently* situate  ed as it is more, of an industrial territory, ^sat in."     ; , -, .     rV ;,  "We  disfiusisefl''   *"������*>,   M*������rl*l*������r o^lri  "the matter of the back-to-the-land  the, conference  the prairie  British  Colum-  zr.c"zzzzz.t and c2sc ^hc poceibillty cf  a new agreement in. relief which we  are expecting to secure from Ottawa.  The old agreement ran out on March  31 and the provinces have been working at loose ends. - However  *we cx-  r������  rgrs-sr  nvs   ������s   ���������*������   the  past and expect" a similar federal per  centage as Was in the 1933 agreement." -  Officials present at "the^jsonference  were' L. W. Griffith, relief administrator, British Columbia; from Winnipeg, Hon. W. R. Clubb,* minister of  public works, and A., MacNamara,  assistant deputy minister; from-Saskatchewan, Hon. X A. Merkley, and  Thomas M. Molloy, deputy minister  in his department; Alberta, Hon. O.  L. McPherson,. minister .of public  works and Walter "Smitten, provincial  labor commissioner. -  Prohibit Smoke Screens  ****+<% ***T     "W  "M"     "aCfn rivio  A,*.*      Ji.mk.mjyAAAAmAl,  ra said something  would have to be done to lighten the  debt load unless steps were taken to  raise values of 'farm produce, tie recalled his organization had ur?ed refinancing of farm mortgages and reduction of interest charges as a  means of scaling down debt payments to something like the Repressed level of farm prices.  Sir John  Aird,   president   of   the  ...Canadian Bank of Commerce, stated  a reduction in interest rates on savings accounts "might have the effect  Mi   luuUC'iiig.y'p60J~Me .'?'.'  Sir John said he Jiad .not "been  a^lqlpatinff Vapy " reduction ���������$' in interest rates. '**%'-don't think the move  was discussed with bankers, unless  It was with Jackon Dodds, chairman  of the Bankers' 7;Association,'f Slir  John stated.  National  Revenue "Department  Puts  Baa On Importation  Ottawa.���������The   department   of    na���������  vlCnaj.    it..^uuc    \*\jtMx;a    x.xr    uic    <mu    %>j-  the civic authority in_the addition to  the list of articles whose importation.  Into Canada is prohibited cf "smoke  screen apparatus, for use on" motor,  ���������vehicles or'on wate^bo^ne^i*lff of  oxx Kinas, - .   , -, ,,  It is understood that-this pH-hibi-  tion was made'at the.request ofvthe  Royal Canadian Mounted??*������!olxce, who,  in pursuit of their" anti-smuggling  activities, have encountered * both  automobiles and~ gasoline launches  equipped with devices for the spreading of smoke-screens. This facilitated the escape Of the law-breakers.  The police figure that no citizen  occupied in any peaceful pursuits requires apparatus for the making of  screens.  ���������;*;'������������������������!?-.  *t|-iw'lN)o'^TOvI--ic0': ;"Mny,'. Adopt Lines,  .-Employed?-By7;,')S^ ,   V  . [ Montreal^'r~i-.. Att^nipltai'l 1^.-^: battle  tuberculbsla---alon'g',;t     s*utiV liii-ss (cm-  .|^oy.ec|i'!by;'Sask^.tM^  ���������i'I'*'^;^^ hore,' !'as  -i-|iM*ua;-7.ri^ :���������; }/a|ciletles  Kajmered'^to^1*^ - ,prepark.tl^as.-7 fot'  tlie convention' of:the/^Catt^dial'--'Ahti-  Tubotauldsls 'Sopleiiy??A,wsofe^i6n 'KeVe  JmmtXlV'^P-i^ 7  '7J.',:J.',-..-MqGu)i-*faiji,;'!'^  GaQlcatchcVoJQ^ commi9-j-.^a',i,''''wiia' aal*:-  ed to attend 't'h^7;maSetm"y,'':'' pfllolals  ������ald^,y ���������,v-7,:���������;''���������:-v7      '.,.'';.' ".'?���������! '.!..-|.,  Wii  ������������������������������������"���������'������������������" STtcsourers" Cuso ^     'VV : ������������������- "  Ottawa.--^The "Dominion , ffpyom-  snent and. the proylnep. of aanltatcho-  wan reached "an Impasso In 'tlio JpSRO,-  uuu.ooo natural resourcos suit before  tlie Dysart royal commission. Acl-  "Kiurnment was taken until May 14,  The long adjournment was made to  allow: -proparatidn of further' eyidohde  by federal departments.  W.   N.   U;    2043  Graceful Gesture  Tlie  Irish    Harps    Removed    From  Realms Of Taxation  nffonm   "Ctnn       Iii      Vr       CU-J       XI ���������  UvULiVu. ZIUhi       ���������. ���������      i X .      m kUUUEO)       xtl_������-  ance minister, having granted a  great concession last year to the  Scot in placing importations of bagpipes on the free list, made a graceful gesture < to the Irish in similarly  removing from the realm of taxation importation of harps. The minister's action a year ago, provoked  paeans of praise from exiled Caledonians who were quoted as declaring  this' would ''encbufago the study- of  music in? Canada."?;,.^  The harpists have yet to be heard  from. ;7    '���������     '���������" -"'���������?'���������;".'-' "- ? 7"' '  ......  "-Lower TarMlfS:v  .. \ Qttawa.���������Downward', reyleion".,pr;o-  'vailed In the 727ohpini*rea In the customs tariff announced In the budget,  Reductions under all tariffs were 24;  reductions under British prefeferitlnl  only, 15; reductions under Intermediate and general only, 13j increases  under. inter "Mediate-��������� and general on'iy,  two;? increases .un^r'.'' all tariffs, one,  and clarification p*IJ|lwordlrig only*, 17.  ?     K^U'VilatlOilL-J   -K!vtftalfl^a  Ottawia.-~'JJaxtenslon^^^^p and  ���������dairy grading iihdt;r Dominion rogu-  JatSon.-* wnn provided 3;i 'tt' "btlS passed  through the Houno of Commons. It  placed , furtlior restrictions against  butter MUbptitutos, vested department  of agriculture" inspectors with power  to selssb dairy products not graded in  conforiMity with the regulations and  Increased penalties for infractions.  ''.. '-":'��������� ;'.��������� "-};���������';���������'.'.      ,  ������������������.'  XlirXJt^iaBATXLS  Tax On Gold  Queeii jaittry, and a popular member  of the British Royal Family, who  ceic������>i������,teu lila GGtluf lurLhday on  April 14. The Earl of Athlone is a  former Governor-General of South  Africa. -  ,^-^w.*fLm^jijB������m,������iL.fcjn**-i        ji   Wm tlllgl        I J I V^n.l'%  Obstruction Is  Placed  On Track Of;  Canadian National j  Saskatoon.���������Attempt   to   wreck al  Canadian    National    Railways    pas-!  senger train one mile   west   of   the  Vanscoy water   tank   was   disclosed  here-       - "    *  One new tie and pieces of steel  cylinder supporting it were placed on  the track "by persons unknown. The  engineer of No. *9 "passenger train,  bound for Calgary,~saw the obstacles  and applied, the "emergency brakes  just-in tisse. <  No damage was done to the locomotive. As it pulled to a stop it  broke''the tie across the rails.  - Royal. Canadian Mounted Folic e  and "Canadian National Rail-ways in-  vestigtors are understood to be cooperating in an investigation.-  Revenue To* Be oCllected Depends On  Price Of PreeSous Metal  Ottawa.���������The total revenue the  government wiil collect from the 10  per cent, tax imposed on gold in the  budget presented by Hon. E. N.  Rhodes, minister of finance, depend.?  entirely on- the world .price of gold.  The tax is payable on the metal  when delivered ��������� to the mint. or exported but the full 10 per cent, can  not be collected in whole if .its result was to give the producer less  than ������30 an ounce.  In other words, the effect of the  limitations  on  the  collection  of the  teui.,   iu   aii intents  and  purposes,  uixc  of" ensuring to the producers���������so  far a's such assurance can be given,  having regard to world price fluctuations, a minimum of $30 an ounce.  In making his announcement the  minister declared that this impost  would compensate for the reduction  of revenue resulting from his slicing  the sugar tax from two cents per  pound to one cent.  Canada's gold production this year  will, in all likelihood, approximate  3,000,000 ounces. Last year production was 2,947,618 ounces. What the  average price throughout the year  will be Oan not be guessed. If, however, the figure which the minister  gave���������one of $35 an ounce-1���������is maintained, then on an estimated production of 3,000,000 ounces the treasury  might be enriched as much as ������10,-  500,000, which would more than overtake the drop of $9,000,000 in the  sugar tax reduction. At least a revenue of $7,000,000 is expected.  Reduction in interest  Salt Lake Speed Course  Shores Of Great Salt "Lake In Utah  * ' 'May -Be Used*: By Sis- Malcolm  Salt l^ake City:���������William F. Sturm,  American representative of Sir Malcolm Campbell, holder of the world's  automobile speed record, announced  the shore of Great Salt "Lake would  uaeet requirements for the speed demon's new record attempt next summer."  His announcement followed a decision of the junior chamber of commerce here ��������� to attempt to raise a  $10,000 fund to guarantee expenses  of the test.  Cannot Take Pictures  - Singapore.���������Roy Tucket, Britisher  aviator, now .flying from Great Britain to Australia to photograph the  air route of next October's race, was  forbidden by the Netherland government tO take pictures of the Dutch  East Indies and decided.,to return to  London.        ~ ������������������'".7!,'7"?  "Saskatchewan   SSiisiS'ter   Of   Agriculture Would "Base Burden Of  Farmers  Ottawa.���������Reduction in the interest  on public and private debt was urged  by Hon. W. C. Buckle, Saskatchewan  minister - of   agriculture,   before   the  G!+'S\W*������Xaf*rm      ���������*-������w*"aS������*%       nnMAAi^n       aWArwami       <*w* A ������������������������������       T������������^"������������_  KJ *a>*C V VUO     ������S& *<k*������^     0������SA ^CIVIO     CA41AA     -L&JLCLO^      K? \JLJ *"  Ing  parliamentary probe.  "A tremendous burden would be  lifted from agriculture if a drastic  cut in interest-rates were made," the  -Western minister declared. "Taxes  could be reduced and the beneficial  effect upon both industry and agriculture would be almost immediate."  Inquiry by a Dominion commission "with adequate producer representation" into livestock marketing  in all its phases was recommended  by Mr. Buckle.. The witness, placed  before the committee a resolution of  the Saskatchewan legislature supporting this suggestion.  Better Dairy Prices  Saskatoon.���������Heartened by the firm  condition of dairy prices during the  winter, J. A. Caulder, Toronto, president of the Dairy Corporation of  Canada, expects "good production"  of 'dairy products this year and  prices nearer normal than in other  branches of farming. There was decided improvement, however, in other  commodity prices as well.  PLYING ON HIS OWN POWER  UV APf?HATS7SY  BYvA COMPANY  Ottawa.���������The flat suggestion Major  Gladstone Murray of. the British  Broadcasting "Corporation be brought  to* Canada to take charge of.broad-  >.uSi.uig ucic vvcia: Iiuaue in the House  of Commons radio committee by G.  A. Greer, Montreal. - Major Murray  last year completed a Dominion-wide  survey of.radio in Canada and presented a renort to Premier R. B.  Bennett.  "He-tried," said Mr. Greer, "to put  radio in Canada back on a non-political basis. He failed.* With his report  to the government he submitted to  Prensler Bennett-a private- retiort on  politics in radio.    I happen to know  ..������*     auuuuvtcu     a.    yciouuai     acjfcn-'Ai.     w  the prime minister."  Canadian radio, should be operated  by a company, with a board? of five  directors who received 'no salary. "I  recommend   negotiations   be  entered  Infn   4-m.   ������-������V>+^>J..   lt<-n������_ l<-.._w...'l <.- ..Li  Mmmm\m   mmm   vt/^n.ni   AMXfeJlsjk   4B������.B*&a.G8JPj      XXX? clOiU.  "Do you think a salary of $15,000  to $20,000 woul& intrigue Major Murray?" asked Dr. Raymond Morarid,  chairman.- ""  "I happen to know be would have  come to Canada for that figure," replied Mr. Greer.  The radio commission, he continued, with more sympathetic treatment of newspapers, -would have received more sympathy from the public. The company to take over the  commission's work, he explained further, would take over all stations, appointing station -managers and employees.  U"cis"**������nOuaia! i^iialgc  Claim Trotzky Plotted Revolutionary  Dictatorship  In  "France  Paris.���������The sensational charge that  Leon Trotzky plotted for a revolutionary dictatorship in France  through the fatal February - street  riots'; was disclosed by authorities as  the exiled - "Rpd "army leader hunted  vainly for another refuge.  They said a manifesto be issued  after the disorders called ,for "an  armed workers' militia," "and declared  that "war has just begun between  them: there is no' possible peace, but  in a fight to the death; in the street,  by force, will be decided the future."  Police    pressed    the    bewhiskered,  Trotzky  to move  on  from his villa  in suburban Barbizon, where he had  lived mysteriously   for   four months  until gendarmes raided it recently.  Officials said they wanted him to  leave as soon as possible, but were  willing to be patient for a few more  days in "view of the menace to his  life.' Where he can go was a matter of conjecture.  Sees Spot On Planet  Portland, Ore.���������A spot "wi the  planet Jupiter is making a night  owl of A. V. Goddard, Portland  astronomer. Goddard says the spot  moves across tne planet in about  three hours' time each night.  Through his 16-inch telescope Goddard has been watching the phenomenon closely, but is unable to explain  Its "presence. .-���������."���������" ���������   .'���������  Want Air Mail Resumed  Calgary?-���������The council of thc Calgary-Board of Trade has wired Prime  Minister R. B. Bennett supporting  the resolution of the Winnipeg Board,  of Trade that air mall contracts be  resumed with Canadian Airways,  Limited.       '':  Discounting the Icarus, myth, Erich Kocher, Gorman aviator, becomes  tho flrnt man"lw the world's history to fly through space using only manpower. Hla flying device has rotors instead of wings, and propulsion power  is supplied by wind from the flier's lungs. He la shown iii flight near Berlin,  Inset, operating the "lunff-powotc'Vmotor, ..-���������  United Palestine Appeal  Montreal.���������To date $64,000 from,  eastern Canada���������Halifax to Winnipeg-���������has been collected In the $200,-  000 United Palestine appeal, It was  announced. Returns from Winnipeg  to the paclflc coast have not been  available.  ������k.8iaaa*{������,. *jn. jj������bi������i������B88,������\;c������   -������.������������-v.  Calgary.���������-That only one-quarter of  Dominion government annuities are  subject to incomo tax Is tho effect of  a ruling handed down by Mr. Justice  Frank Ford, who allowed the appeal of Dr. jr. S. McEnchmn against  the Alberta incomo tax department. TJ-US   (DKISttTOA   1MSVIJSW
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home,, but  never the less it's
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Evening after evening. .Katy
sits at home waiting for invitations that never come. The
reason, if Katy only knew, is
that there is no telephone in
her house.
Nowadays most iftvitaUohs
come by telephone. If people
who "go places and do things"
can't reach you by telephone,
they cai! someone else.
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WAT&R NOTIGH
TAKE NOTICE that Salmo'Malartic
Mines Ltd. whose address is P.O.Box 1082,
Nelson, B.C., will apply for a license to
use 10 cubic feet per see. of
mid
your giving space. in your paper
for this letter, in tfcat it pertains
to a matter winch. X feel should
be drawn to public attention.
On two occasions in the last
two weeks residents of Creston
Valley were s*i\"en the Opportunity to hear leetur s by competent . speakers, on subjects
which are verymucl\ to the fore
throughout the'' world to-day,
namely, 4Th*f Present Problems
of Youth*.��� and 'Technocracy's
Startling Discoveries'. The speaker in each case drew a very clear
and logical pictumipf the social
and economic di^ster towards
which we *"**���'*��,��**" 'all?bt^er nations
a-aw* *kjckO��letrl  i-j-ajlnw    al��aaa ��q the "OH-
tinued use of obsolete methods
and the - application of last century 's ideas to a civilization that
has outgrown them and must, to
save itself, adopt
different-concept of
lemstoday.
One would think that the so-
. ailed leaders of our community
would have been alive to the
seriousness of these problems,
and would have grasped the
opportunities mentioned to get
authoritative information, yet it is
with regret that I have to point
out that there were, at the most,
_.       : *-   > 1 m,    , % ��� ��� %   % 4. ��
a   radically
���ajfarlrl    "D��*ob-
+-**��/���*  /xai ,a^U%^vrfc mx-P ' ���l*W>T
professional men at either of
these meetings. More serious
still, not one of the nine Creston
teachers or the twelve teachers in
the rural schools from Kitchener
water out of Hidden Creek, which flows
westerly and drains Into Sahno River
about four miles south of Ymii? 78,C.
The water will be diverted at a point
about two miles from the G-N. Ry., and
about 400 feet below the point where
-wagon road crosses Hidden Creek, and
will be used for mining and'power purpose upon the Aspen Mine, described as
the Aspeu group. ,       ���   ,
This notice was posted ��n the ground f to Sirdar was, to
on the 18th day oi January, IS34.    A * ���*�����- -<*��� -*-*-^���
"copy of this   notice and an application
pursuant thereto  and   to  the  "Water
Act" will be filed in the office ol the
Water "Recorder at "**JpfsQ��*; B=C= Objec
tions    to    tho   application   may   " be
-filed     with    the    said      Water    Rp-
corder or with the CosaptsroKsr of Water
Bights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
B.C., within thirty days after the first
appearance cf this notice in a local newspaper.
SALMO MALARTIC MINES. "LTD ,
.Applicartt.
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of
kr>f����?ledge,
By W. M. MYERS. Agentsif^t-^hool children, ancrvtbe very
The date of tne first publication of this
notice is April 6, 1934.
NOTICE I
WATBR ACT
NOTICE IS 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 of Goat river and its
tributaries, except Arrow Creek, in the
Nelson Water District, which reservation was established by order-in-council numbered 1457. approved on the
2l8t day of December, 1928, be cancelled.
The said cancellation shall be effective
on the 8th day of May. 1934.
Dated at Victoria, B.C��� this 29th day
of March, 1934.
A WELLS GRAY,
Minister of Lands.
present at either of these meetings. If this is indicative of', the
mental attitude of our "successful" citizens and teachers, it is, to
say the least, unfortunate.
Then thereis janother matter.
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the   the   students of   the   high
school on * ^How to Build World
Despite    the     obvious
suitability of the lecturer to speak
important matter chosen as a
subject, our school board saw fit
to refuse to accept the offer. It
seems that there is on the records
ofthe board .-st re*tolution .- to the
effect that no speakers witl be
persnitted in the Creston schools:
I submit, Mr. Editor, that if this
arbitrary and unreasonable re*
strlction is all that prevents bur
young people being given the
opportunity to hear from time
to time progressive and instructive addresses, it is high time
that the resolution was rescinded.
Further, I wish at this time to
point out that in view jcif the
rapidly changing conditions of
the day it is essential that our
young people should have presented Jo them some new arid
practical ideas to round out and
augment the large number of impractical and antiquated presentations of learning that compose
the curriculum of our schools,
J. & M. MURRELL.
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reston Farmers' Institute
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Public school Inppector Mannin-;, of
Cranbrook, paid his tserni-annuEjl visit to
the Huscroft achool on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bird and A: R. Bernard
were visitors at Boswell on Sunday for
th-a Ypres Day memorial service, at.tbat
point. .-'.,
It is reported that John Llojd has been
given a renewal of the Creston-Canyon-
Lister mail carrying contract for another
four years.
Rev. M. C. T. Par<;ival will be hore for
Anglican Church service* on Sunday
morning, ut which there will bo a celebration of Holy Communion
R, Steven-* arrived back from Trail on
Monday. He cut short his visit to that
city in order to bo home for the funeral
of the late W. P, Edwards on Tuesday.
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Harry Smith of Trail Is here thia week,
attending the funeral of hiB Uncle, Walter
P. Edwards, who died suddenly, Thursday evening, und was buried ut Crest n,
Tuesday.
Duo to tho death of W. P. Edwards tho
final bridge of the Community Society,
scheduled for last Saturday nl^ht, was
ctaauijilt-u.    Out ui1  ireuuect) fur  uuuuunwu
school was closed Tue8.d*-.y nftbrribon.
A.  R, Botnard ntf4    ohn Bird were
yify/v'-fi. *   i��lollirj,8.Q   j;rt   tfntfWrrtf     TrflfsjilA   f(r��"f   PVH
internationnl Legion reiinlon In that city
1 on 7 Monday,
through the
ofthe   ospitality extended visitors.
banquet   and   a  trip
Bunker Hill mine was part
We have a quantity of "BLACK^RQN
PIPE for sale. 1J^, 2 and 8-inch pipe.
Prices and particulars at our office.
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WYNNDEL~rC p.mi, Evensong;.
CARkO OF ���THANKS
. I would Hko to take this meauo of ox-
preBiiing my very slndoro ivpnroolatlon of
tho nnaistnnce so kindly rendored me in
the death of my uncle, the lato Walter
1*. liidwardn, also for for Howern, the
sympathy and ldndnon-'OH so thought*
fully whown.    HARRY SMITH. Trail,
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^j       T*"**^-ff**l|V "f   a   "pkl ***���""""    *��*% 1     WT*" a *1* /o/  (&>  THE   CRESTOH   REVIEW  Local and  3, kSA4s������km*M.msa,A.  FOR SALE OR RENT-30 acres, or  ~ will take  partner.   John Loubet, twin  bridges. Canyon.  Miss Ruby Palmer o! Nelson is a Creston visitor this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs, A.,L. Palmer.  Mrs R. Davis-of Elk������ is visiting with  Creston friends thiB week, a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. M. York.  The May meeting of the Presbyterian  , ladies' aid is at the home of Mrs. J." W-  Dow, Friday, 4th, at 3 p.m.       '  ���������v ���������������  Trinity United Church ladies' aid May  meeting will be at the home of Mrs. A.  E. Penson. Thursday, 3rd. at 8 p.m. *  LOST���������From Arrow Creek Fox Farm,  one silver sfox; $10 reward, alive  and uninSur.d.   P. M. Wiltse. Cpsstftn.  FOR SALE���������Purebred year old White  Leghorn laying hens about' 50 of them,  going at S5e. each;   V. Mawson.Creston.  The   Ladies*   Legion Auxiliary have  . booked the evening of "ftidsy^iMay 11th,  for a court  whist  drive,   -with- an   admission ot 85 cent*.  ,.. Miss Marion Carr, R.N., matron of  Creston hospital, spent a couple of days  at her home at Cranpi-ook at the end of  the week. ....  am  FOR SALru���������Myers: jsuiiaozer pump,  3x4 plunger, 600 gal. p.hf, self oiling, in  perfect condition, $65. W. Towson,  Wynndel.  "We receive  shipments  eVSry  nffc>a>n<rw\n  WefiiC  ..a  aja  law),,  patterns.  newest  home    and  frocks,   attractive styles and  S. A. Speers.  Chas. Kirk was the successful bidder  for the job of hauling away the garbage  following clean up .day last week.   Sis  i__ J ____:__  m.mx .  wiiucr wous 9>v.  Creston Motors reports a brisk demand for the new Chevrolets. On Tuesday they sold one of the new 1934 special sedans to F. C Rodgers,  1       >  FOR SALE���������Two? heavy duty single  snatch blocks with* grease cups, can tie  seen at Reed's blacksmith shop, Creston.  A R. Bernard, Camp Listen ,.  .  STRAWBERRY PLANTS^Bri ish  Sovereign and Van San, $3 50 per 1000.  Also Raspberry caries. Cuthberts, $7 per  WYNNDEL  PH01E ML  Ric  9   cniie  \  mVHOim������m3AL.&  RETAIU  ��������� "'  hl<l  UHE51UN;  PH0(iF?l9  'M  FRIDAY    -    SATURDAY    -     MONDAY  "������������������w  SS  SS  Bras--������:Tafcl&'  GOOD;; many yea-rs  ago, most merchants  ���������used? to "yard[arte*-a length  ���������Okf cloth by estimating, a  yard as the distance from  the tip of their nose to tb7e::  extremrfy of ^alivou-t--  stretched arsr^���������or; fey some  equally haphazard system^  No doubt some customers m������y  have noticed th������j csrtSaa.sset-j  chants had aluwter arms (or  longer noses) than others, and  felt vaguely- that something "wat'"  wrong; but nobody 7 did'Jmyxk :  about*, it -until one bsiglit ^jmst-*  cHant hammered two Bras* Tacks  Into his counter, exactly 36  inches spar:, and ihcrex&cr  measured his cloth on them���������  ACCURATELY. Soon all  mercisancs .followed suit���������customers insistans thas they "get  ajown to brass tacks" iii duar  measuring^ That was how the  expression - started.  EATON'S Catalogue -'gets  down to bran tacks" in describing its merchandise. There's  nothing vague���������^nothing uncer-  tain-Tr^Oa-hing jliat can^be "taken  two ways."    If[.an article's all^,  ��������� ^mi^mi,,mTm   mm^A SG^**i*.   it amZmm t,   WCr'  admit .it,. -._ Always, you SNCw-:  'wgtet[~[yov?^{$&zing. 7**Xccura������e?:  Uiustratioii. add precis* ]safonna- .  tion sells exactly the vstjue you'll  receive for the money you send  ���������ahd, o������ ^course,. it*s?bur aim:  te "ssaic that value tlac best you-  CSHS   olataifB    asytphfisa, 7*"But    SS  any case, you; KNOW what  you're getting ��������� espegiehse has  taught you long ago, that "It's  SAFE to save at EATON'S."  ���������a*  ***%.**.  XUUV.  CXm.i~.  V/btO oteiu���������P,  W ysiuuvi.  mt&^w." eraser, accompanied by her  father, E. N7 Holme-*, left by auto on  a three Weeks*H< visit at "victoria, Vancouver, and btner coast centres.  Quite a large number of auto parties  were in Bonners 'Erafry on Sunday for the  mo-^ie, "Eskimo','? which was showing at  the Re*x theatre at the first of the week  eaims  Creston and District Women's Institute have the annual bulb tea and sale of  cooking and flowtp-fs-at Trinity United  Church hall to morrow, April 28th, from.  2.30 to 6 p.m.??7???7,  ; Creston Motors^on Monday, unloaded  a carload of Chevrolets, in which was  two sedans, a two-tori heavy duty truck  and One pickup? delivery. -One of the  new sedans has been sold to J. W.  Hamilton. -V  With the bioom so well advanced the  weather is attracting more than, the*  usual attention Full moon is due Sunday? and if present temperatures are  ���������maintained ove*f* the weekend everyone  will breathe easier., ? ?-._ ?-,  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias  Will put on the usual day oi sports at  Exhibition Psrk, Creston, on Dosninibn  Day, July 1st. A strong-committee ha<-  been named to take charge,? with W J.  C-raig'as;<*hi*ii--tnan?J.7?"V :^  By the end cf ths -s?c-?k the blossom  .period will be wejl along with most  everything but late apples. If-bloom is  any indication of the coming yield 1934  shoulk be a big year In cherries and ail  stone, fruit'.;  ?Pears artvhot so, promising.  I   -        C'     n      /"M-Vl.-   ft*     r*mmrniimmmmm}l-*    mm^l      XtT T  O-   XJ>.   -mmimhMm xmm-   ^mimMkmMMxmxmtmm    wl<U       TV*     V.  Glanville of  Kimberley,   were amongst  ���������oV\. quite a humbSr *o������������*/ieit'ng -^Masons��������� *-who*  were here on, Saturday night -on which  occasion   R..W.wBro?   .P.- S; Ryckman.  D.D.C.M.,   of ^  ofl&cial visitrt6 Cr^t6is^MasbniC'? L^  :.?  ' :--'   ���������':   '..:���������--���������:.;   V'-V^f?''   'C'Vi>A ''���������?-������������������?     .'r^J.'-'J:.   -V-  - The. rvflle of a Persian lamb and  rboster, ? Jd6natei(i Crestoh Hospital  Women's' A'ujdliary by Fred- Snaiilr and  Mrs. m.* Young respectively^:took -place  rec. ntly with Mi*s7 Av. L. Palmer holding  the winning ticket on the lamb, and  Mrs. Levirs was Winner of the poultry  Creston lodge Knights of Pythias sent  a delegation of seven o Kellogg. Idaho,  for a big Pythian celebration in that  town, on Tuesday night. Those mak*  ing the trip were Jack Dodds, Hugh  Graham, W. Ferguson, Ed. Lewis, Col.  Mallandaine, B. Morabito and A. S.  Reed.  ���������>.  Did Vou Oof On������ of Our  SPECIAL BH EETS Yet ?  ���������j ^ ���������  "4������  luafil am, mmmmwrnmrnM 1  j.vac������.a. vr "caji  km-  I  ���������  Prices never before seen in Creston..   Effestive April 23 to May 5.  you have the chance.    Some of the Specials are :  House Coffee    ��������� . ��������� '-.������������������  MacarouL 5*s    ~ - ?^.. ;? ^ 7   "~;'   "  TEA,'Blti������ *Rioboiif- p@y-.^^.IBe?,, ."*?< "~~  Stock up while  TV,"-" *������  7*j*riLijt.^  v������im"c  \T3  for  A<3&  ���������29  -  .25  -       vdA  amt\l&  I  I  1  M  M  GrGe? thirty gears' ex-  :peftt���������;0gringmg Watches [Jand-   Clocks    fo  :-iime.jj: Mj'  Tl.:��������� ' J'^.m-. j^-������ -, ���������  sa iew>��������� 4Zmt.iJ4zrivz$.C4z  is ai  Soar service at moderate  ���������COSt.J:-,^.:J-- -.:  7...V.  PUBUC AUCTION of  Gflr*^Ba\'V& s QrMia>.'  UVEL  NT LAND  at  BlSiw 1  Viva     Es&a^z&a  Commencing at 10 A.M.  i ��������� ���������' ���������' *     , i        ; v.  One hundred parcels of small acreage in  various Subdivisions 'in the vicinity of Creston  and Erickson will be offered for sale.  For particulars  of  sale,  or  terms  and conditions of  "ale, apply to the Government A-^ent, Nelson,  *ir to tpe Department of Lands, Victoria.  V     ������ Tf^fc EJaT   A   tT^k **"nw >"���������������**  LiriiAKUi  ���������' - -'    '���������-���������j-'-"-y:<ff'.%r->"\-,";     ' "���������"  Watckfnsker^ & Jeweler ,  , -^ ^v.77H3^gs^ON. ��������� :      ;:'-  *H .v.  -���������������������������-}v:\f-{:j- -V;/,:   '������������������-���������':������������������ ? ..���������-:���������.���������.*.  '���������'*���������* :A.*:A.*'.*.*.*.a.A.A.A.a..'A.-*.*. m . f-*.- m -m   *.- m -mt mi-^. a ^mim t a,. {. . a   a  Steady Heat in Your Home  Insures Better Health  Don't gamble with yQur health by having varied temp*  eratvres in"your home when, you can get  Qalt CoaL     WfJ-dfire Lump  . -ss/a -A jw ss=n <5=5>g  ^|.. y^l  iirtiace  TKUc;Kii*Ji.T and HAULING���������Large or small  prompt attention.  loos gives  A^ ] 7^**.,'"J   - "i    ���������.   i  ������^ "|"*r ^a^   m rn^AWm    -^a������_rff     *T^ J"*     ^Pkm *^***Ba JBaaaaaV   Amm   JaV*B>      mMmmm JaU    .   11'  oba^Ju wboi),  ^'wi^^$mu:'rVESESD'-  /m'wm'wv ���������*���������*  ''fT'T-BiB. w . -ni' ������a������ _ ay iw'.w'm'w-m 'a).* '''ai,. ir'A'wif*-*? *w" ���������v'w-j -m '^���������wwm"w"w  Victoria, B.C., April 10th, 1934.  CATHCART,  Jjeputy Minister.  fli  it  TH1I CANADIAN CAR  Phone 1G  CRESTON  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore announce  ths *f5Da������**r;sge of thvir youngest daught r,  Edith M^ry; toi"AllMer Ross of Cirestdn,  jat Bonners Ferry/^Idaho, April 24th.  :.\ ������������������'������������������      ���������.������������������'������������������-��������� ���������-���������" ;vj|s7:-7,."; ���������:��������� :- "���������������������������'���������-.T-.v  -*-. Wm. J. Carte*r>?cthe wandering minstrel, who has", toured 'Canada the past  four yearsi with* an old fiddle and a.  variety of tin whistles, was a Crestoh  visitor Wednesday. He plays the old-  time melodies with rare skill and depends  on his musical talents to produce .him  his living. onv      -  ^The daffodil shipping is over for the  season and the estimated outgo of these  blooms is about 6000 dozens, most of  which was from the Stark flower farm at  Creston Prices are better than last  year, but not as good as they should  have been. Coast shippers were offering daffs. as low as five cents a dozen.  Father D. Choinel has spent the week  in Creston and, has completed arrange*  menis for the visit of Archbishop Dime  to Holy Cross Church on Sunday, 29th.  His worship will admipister the sacra"  ment of confirmation at 7.S0 p.m., to a  class of 80 candidates, ten of whom are  from Sirdar, There will be mass at 8 am.  at which twelve of the candidates will  receive their first communion, '-' ���������  MAN WANTED���������To handle dlstrib  ution of famous. Watkins Products in  Creston district, selling and serving  hundreds of satisfied customers. Must  be neat, reliable hard worker and have a  oar.   splendid    opportunity  for    right  Sarty.    For  further  information  apply  'he  J.   R.   Watkins     Company,  I860  Hornby St., Vancouver, B.C.  President John'Bird of Creaton P0B-"  Canadian Legion wan at tho head .of a  delegation of nine loc 1 returned men  who were nt Kellogg, Idaho, Monday  night for an international reunion and  installation of officers of Kellogg Post  American Legion. Others in the party  wero Col mallandaine, R. Sinclair  Smith, Wm. Ferguson, H. A; Powell, W.  H. Cartwright, A. R. Bernard, Frank  Lewis and B. Morabito. 7  Thero was a very lnr^o turnout of  memdera as well as visiting brethren at  an emergent meeting of Creston Masonic  Lodge , on Saturday night j on which  occasion E.W. Bro. Fred Kyckiwini, dl������.  trlct deputy grand master for East  Kootenay. mud hia official visit. Degree work waa put on and the efficiency  of tho lodge officers was favorably commented upon by the visiting deputy.  After lodge there was ������ hnnnuet with thr*  uhuui iratemal tonstn and rcsponsea.  J. A. Stewart of Nelson, assesHor for  the Nelson district, won horo at tho  middle of tho week, malting preliminary  arrangements ror the land sale at Crouton on Mny 10th, whon an uuction will  be held of government land* in this  vicinity. Attractive buya will bo offerod  nt from $8 to $16 an aero in D.L. 12710,  on tho Canyon olda of Goat River and  juat below tho traffic bridge, Thoro In  1000 acres In the tract which has boon  cut up into 47 blockm. Terms nro quarter cash, nnd balance in throoo yearn  A.A..A.A ��������� A,. A. A . A.A.Af^A.A. A,   ' -A-A'-A.^.. /v   m.A,.Arm..A.A. m.m   ix1Mr������   m. ,^,,,/s. ,������.- A ,.   a 'a   a  -/*JQ*'~'*.?--���������' ..^_ii*l_-SS    . "-.-'<��������� ? ' ��������� 'A*. ������%.���������������&������  a .-! a-   .**        . ..*,.---.������������������ - ^-r   ^**r_;','> ��������� ...  .  ?:      .7?'"00||jg q  tip the driveway?   Anything youTwant hauled away?  SAND? or GRAVEL, or ? prompt and Satisfactory service  any kind of haulage, give us a trial.   Charges are modest.  mm.' l.a.9XAj������  If it is  at  ���������j-h'SM-' af"���������fe���������������. we are doing our best to giveyou value for  your money in CORBIlsT WASHED QOALS and .TEWELL.  ,..  Plenty of Dry Firewood; any length  P.O. BO$*79  i������ ay '<WFTw~w**wf44**??r*W"  BJ ''Bi'*)!^ ^'n.^I  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 18  1>���������*jr~T$T~i0-~mf~f-*jf~mji���������y, mfi-*^\t-^g~-m\**T-*f-m*^m*gt ry^p i ������������������ i mtn *a. ������ mm w m  =  mmmmAm4m\mAmm^^^*^mmmm^m^m^mmAmAmmm^^ mjfr |.aa^^ jaa^j J^, [fJ^T J*Vn-ff|  4~%m.       ���������'���������'.   .    .  ���������unoice  W -  l'TIS     _i-.li  -Locaf^rresidt  la'**\5l,i^ B  Local Lainb and Mutton  Grain fed Pork and Veal  Spare Ribs  Corned Beef Tongues  White fish Salmon  Finnan Haddie  Liver Hearts  Ptckled Porh  Halibut Coo*  Kippers  4  4  4  4  4  ������  4  4  IIDLMO o r-  , ^������^^sw ffl ^a gm ^m ^^^^    ,^^^g^    ^^^  PHONE 2  mmfmmmf*m$4m*^0A^0imh*jm*f^ ^ w^^^^h*^m ������u ������������������ ap ****,  Basebal! - Softball -Tennis  fcaJ 13.     \mr XL^m   M,   M, Av ^kjB     , ^uJP-r m* \n^ mr* tj   A  HERE for YOUR SELECTION  *'^4~- ^y������. ^jp ^f*^,-m. ,rf  *��������� ~W������ .^*"-^������^,-*������ i#������~'.*  Spring Blaod Purifiers and Tonics  (into I !iPl llEillb & IjOuR 510  ������&" **^"^'**t^"*aiW"%CIa^*^  i&'-ilrifc-������������rSM-^^ jir ^^ mm niwrnw. cbejstow, b. ������  A  i  i  &*mA*t m CmikasM  ��������� Ii. ���������_*"**! Am-"   *-ar**  ^ **��������� "    |, mAiamW       ^Sflaaal EffiattSjj- **=���������-��������� -^j��������� ^^  (V^S^i������MWN4  ?  WORLD H4PPFN*^S  The Board of Trade of Churchill  has a slogan:    ''Churchill is the port.  CK-v**   it-    vmir    siirmnrt."      ThA   letfrrpr-  head of this new organization carries  the picture of an ocean liner.  Plans for an aeroplane night to  Russia "with a cargo of samples of  American manufactured articles for  display in Russian cities have been  announced.  "Despite the refusal of federal aid,  the city of Calgary will grant $24,000  a year to the medical society for services rendered relief recipients. It is  hoped the provincial govemm-siit will j 1  Gardening*  ���������  Early Spring; I������ The Proper Time For  Lawn Repairing  The- foundation df good gardens  and about the only factor over which  the owner has no control is the seed.  As the cost in any case is but a few  cents there should be no temptation*  to sacrifice quality, but only the very  best should be used, .and this obtained from Canadian sources which  cater to Canadian conditions. Seed  saved from the home garden cannot  aV**V        wri/������A*v^WW8i-w^k']nBl T" Y������8t Ijbbb*. mm.mmm.mm ms#^a������*  -M-<W     A W^VUlHlCAftU^U. UJ4LCOO \^JJi"f?        g"U*c;������a  to the trouble of screening- individual  flowers from insects, and cross-pol-  lenizing, it is absolutely Impossible  to prevent' mixing of colors in -flow-  ts*T3 umu m/i  %.yyx:a  lu   vcgciaulca.   iucu.  too, in order to secure earlint-ss and  quality, it is often necessary that  seed be secured from a district  where the season is much longer  ���������than in most parts of Canada.  "Early spring is the proper season  for lawn repairing and few indeed  are the lawns which do not require  a little extra attention after the recent and uniamgntea winter* If at  all possible a heavy roller should be  used when the earth is soft, but lacking this impieruewt & home-made  pounder will serve. This treatment  forces the small roots back into their  proper element and encourages quick  growth. A spring tonic in the form  of some good commercial fertilizer  high in nitrogen is also advisable.  This stuff must be applied carefully,  to avoid burning. Bare" spots should  ���������*������ thoroughly raked and then seeded  &rfaT~You^  wBat-yloo  Little Journeys In Science  contribute a like sum.  The draft of a new Franco-British  trade treaty is In the hands of the  "Trench ambassador in London and  will be the basis of negotiations to  esd the present tariff war between  the two countries.  Hugh II. Rowatt, C.M.G-, deputy  minister of interior, has been superannuated as from April 1, it was an.-  nounced. It was also stated that tl:e  term of Dr. A. V. Doughty, Do- i  minion archivist, was extended for  six months from the same date.  A committee of experts appointed  by the Commonwealth government.  proposed a comprehensive plan for  the development of northern Australia which would include construction works, tariff reform and a large  government loan.  Far from being a "white elephant,"  Canadian National Steamships has  given back to the people of Canada  $23,578,358 more than taxpayers paid  for its maintenance up to the end of  December, 1933, F. G. Wood, freight  traffic manager of the steamship line,  told a service club at Montreal.  Dr. John Spencer, leader in the  milk pasteurization movement in  Canada and the United States during  the last 30 years, died^ at his home  at Bowmanville recently. He was an  outstanding lecturer in veterinary  science and served many years in  universities and colleges in Canada  and United States.  heavily with a good mixture. Cover  by raking- lightly one way only and  roll or pound. It is well to cover  such spots with brush or wire or the  birds "avail get most of the seed.  Where clover is in favor, the old  practice of sprinkling a pound or two  t>*.      .. ^..^.fc-    *^vfc*.v<^.    ^m.m...     mmm\* . 4..J-V. *.    <...... j  spring and then raking lightly if  there is no convenient rain to wash  in, has much to commend it. Good  ssed, commercial fertilizer, and fre-  ' qUent mowing, are three, essentials in  the development of a splendid lawn  of fine stemed grasses free from  weeds. For shaded corners, all seed  houses put a special mixture of  grasses on which do not require full  sun.  Steep   pieces   of   ground    can   be  turned into the most beautiful parts  (By uordon ix. uuess, in.A.}  Some scholars believe that the  word chemistry is derived from, a  Greek word, meaning a mingling or  infusion, because chemistry was used  in extmcti-sgtl?������ juices from, plants  to heal the ^IckV ' 77  '������������������ The, ancient Greeks possessed  some knowledge of drugs and" their  use. Xn7 toe golden age of Periciea  there lived a great physician known  as Hippocrates, who mentioned 265  drugs .In hla writings.  Drugs used - py early medical men j  were obtainedTfrom plants, in curing- fevers the bark of the Cinchona  tree came Into use about 1650. This  bark is composed of some active substances njjxed with a large amount  Qf useless woody material. The proportion of active constituents varies  and hence the action of the dose of  bark was? not always the same and  not easily controlled. To two French  scientists, Pelietier and Caventou, is  given the credit for isolating by  chemical processes from the bark a  crystalline substance called quinine,  and to-day the pure drug is always  used..   ... ���������  Science has discovered that many  artificial drags are better for some  purposes   than   the naturally   occur-  Agricultural Notes  WHMWMMM  Many   Items   Of   Interest   To   Tho  Western Farmer  Much the greater part of Peru's  Wheat crop Is grown in the sierra,  the mountainous, high-altitude district.    " .  -"  Japan, fc^s about SCO -woollen and  worsted weaving mills and imports  06 per cent, of her wool from Australia.  Commercial production of peaches  in Canada is confined to Ontario and  British Columbia, 8S per cent, being  In Ontario, chiefly in the Niagara district.  At the Perth stock sales in Scotland, an Aberdeen-An em a "hull (pri-  mats of Le then)-was purchased by Sir  Edmund Findlay of Aberlour for  1,000 guineas  (5,250 dollars).  Canada is thc largest supplier of  butter to British Honduras (West In-  ules) where there is also a fairly  large demand for pickled pork and  beef in barrels, lard, bacon and hams,  canned meats and cheese.  The chief hay producing areas* in  Canada are tlie Ottawa, St. "Lawrence and St. John river valleys, the  dyked areas of the*Maritime provinces, the Geo*rgian.Bay area of. Ontario, and southern Alberta.    ,  Canadian agricultural products on  which British preference is given,  such as condensed milk, canned goods  and preserves, are offered a particularly promisingr field in British  Malaya.':-'-' . .  ?'  Available statistics indicate some  decrease in hog production last year  but the numbers of hogs marketed  at public stockyards and packing  plants somewhat exceeded those of  the previous year.  With the attention   that   is   being  - mW  a\m  -am mmm   ������' aaaaa = .������/-������          49 9        SSS g���������-     i���������" '   TH      **mt      ~"*****""  **   *-ff���������*,,"*   J9S. ���������       JSS ^  ������%rm/*9^*nm***.mw,  rWtuh th* painful part well-afi"|i  with warm water; than rub in JS '  ' plenty of Minard'a and 18 -1  ������ a3        youa! fee! better!  "fl5  Igipr^l.:!-.!;^)  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  ���������MlX--.CU.Lj   ah  CHHIST'S    STAlfJUAE!?  niBti1 A rrntT-anaa  ^JtSmaUJa A M.-X MUK.K*  nn*  Golden Text:    "The   Son   of  maii-  to  minister,  and ��������� to  give  his life a  csme not tc be ministered unto, but  ransom for many."    Matthew 20:28.  Lesson:    Matthew 20:1-34."  Devotional   Reading:   * PhilippianaK  2:1-11. ������������������-'���������-������������������'"-���������"7'':- j'-'-yy-r^y.  ring ones which they replace^ Cocaine   given   to   the    grading   of   dressed  ^ m s. ,-_���������.��������� pOUitxy and eggs during: *Uie past few  years in Canada, a big increase in  the  Canadian  export  trade   is  fore-  -^ 4-V.m   Aror^jan   Vitr   *Ti**'  -tiiHir������i^i8ic,   aa<se  XfM.     V..W    g^^mmmAms^x     m/jf       mamm.    ^fmmm..m^.-m.mmm.     %.^m  >>f  old weather-beaten stones and alpine  plants. Such gardening is not to be  confused with the old-fashioned and  very artificial rockeries? In the kind  advocated here, boulders are set into  the side of the hill, embedded so deep  that frost will not seriously disturb  them, and also in such a way that  the soil between will lead back into  the main bank. Between the rocks  o miniature Rocky Mountain Range  is created with gulleys, alpine meadows, crags and steep canyons. Seed  catalogues usually list alpine rock  garden plants separately. It is most  important to secure seeds and plants  suitable to Canadian conditions and j b.uman body  It is also   advisable   to   get   special  was once used-by the dentist as a  local anaesthetic, but this drug has  unaesirable after-effects. It is-.now  replaced by such artificial drugs as  stovaine s,uu novocains. To suop  bleeding, which does not occur when  cocaine is used but does with novocains another drug known as adrenalin is added, to the Tnovocaine.  Adrenalin was obtained at first from  certain animal .glands but it is now  prepared  in  chemical  laboratories."  Minute l|ving organisms called bacteria are responsible for most diseases and it is the purpose of a dis-.  infeetaat to destroy them. . Many  kinds of chemicals aie used for kill-  iiig germs. Chlorine is aa excellent  disinfectant and is added to the  water supply of most cities to  eliminate narmful germs. Hydrogen  peroxide is very useful because when  diluted with water It is not poisonous. Certain, kinds of tooth-paste  contain substances, which when  brought in contact with water produce hydrogen peroxide. Other disinfectants contain carbolic acid and  Samilar substances, known-as ciesols,  which are obtained from coal-tar.  Diseases such as malaria and sleeping sickness are caused not by bacteria, but by orgranisms called try-  panosomes, which get into the blood  and go through complicated life-processes. Drugs have now been discovered which will kill trypanosomes  but will not harm the  cells  of  the  literatjjrc on the subject,  or visit a  neighboring rock garden,  before at-  A Remarkabie Pictssre  Relic  From German  "Piano  A piece of red fabric from the airplane  flown by the famous German  tempting too elaborate a lay-out  airman Richtofeti has just been presented to the Imperial War Museum  in London. During the war Richtofeti downed so many British machines that his countrymen thought  him invincible. When he did not return ������n April 21, 1918, there was  great consternation. He had- been  Bhot down by a Canadian airman,  and was buried with full military  honors.  Mai  ������*Suiw io Order byNiMber  *iroN INYMtMAL HUD  *ifOH KX-f-mNAt. NHKO  MECCA"     ^  PILE  REMEDIES  .igSSPi  rad  L or euvui-hiti uhulvn-ii. L.InliiK drawer������, ������to. a** foot whlto or coloured  roll*   All dottlera, or -write���������   l,iiiiaBi������������wiiail|-|IBi ���������������������������11 mt  iiAUuii<yaONrr>]Uo  Depicts Cruclflxion As Taking Place  In IQngllsh Town  Mark Symon's "In the Street of a  Great City," a painting of The Crucifixion which three years ago caused considerable controversy Ih Great  Britain, Canada and the United  States, has been sold at ChristLc's in  London far about ?00. The canvas la  58 by 83 V2 inched It denlctn The  Crucifixion as taking place in tho  streots of Reading, England,. Tho  picture is remarkable for the number  of modern characters It portrays and  tho groups of all classes of people  represented in the scene. Criticism  was directed at tho artist's unique  interpretation of the ovent na well  as his execution of thc work.  EmpEoy More Men  Says  Science   and   Invention   Have  "Oreuivu Ii-Ium-i* bTo1,3  When circumstances eliminate a  blacksmith shop it ia replaced by a  garage or a service station employing* more men* the tradition of the  cross-roads carriage shop is continued in the automobile factory, and so  on down the roll of Industry. Among  them the engineer, the Inventor, the  scientist, it appears abundantly  proved, havo made far more Jobs  thou they have destroyed, and in addition they have added enormously to  the comforts and luxuries available  to tho masses of the pedple.���������Ottawa  Journal.  The financial inability of farthers  in the past four years to pay the  usual prices for registered seed grain  has resulted in reducing slightly the  volume -. of production of registe red  seed, particularly?ih the prairie provinces.  - Of the  oats --produced  in  Canada,  approximately 7 per cent, is used in-  UlJaS U������ fcC&aa J A*jf<-     V-/������*ia-CaWIHLt������^*.        AAA.AM.AK3p VW Jm*..A\m>  the bulk is utilized on Canadian  farms for feeding^ purposes. During  the past ten years, only 4.5 per cent,  of the total annual production has  been exported as grain.  The sheep population of Korea and  other Japanese dependencies, all of  them in the Far East, is-neglgliWe,  but there are about three million  sheep in the new kingdom of Manchukuo where steps are being taken  to encourage sheep raising and to  improve the fleece which at the present time is of"poor quality.  In the " poultry work throughout;  Canada, the hatchery approval of the  Dominion Department of. Agriculture  is making it possible for keepers of  poultry ,to obtain a yearly dependable supply of bred-to-lay chicks,  while the cockerel distribution policy  enables breed era** who supply eggs to  hatcheries to secure outstanding  Bires from record of perfqrmance  birds. V ' -V' 7  L&j>Baa.Mta.������.a8/ii9 .^mmxxm  vuuuucutu  ��������� Fitness,,v not    Influence,    Secures���������*  Honor VlH'-i' tfee':-?"Eissg-426ssi������  verse 23. .  "My cup indeed ye shall drink,?'?Jesus  then declared: "but   to   sit   oa7 my  right hand, and xra jmy left-hand, is ,  not mine 'to givei but it is for them .  for whom- it hath been prepared of ?:  my Father."    It   was   prepared? for  those who should .deserve St.? Mt. 25: .  34; 35; Rev. ,3:21.  True   Greatness   Lies   in   Service,.  verses   25-26".     Calling  the  disciples .  to him, Jesus reminded them that the -  rulers of   the   Gentiles   playedS the:���������.'.  tyrant  over  them    and   their  great -  ones exercised authority  over  *them. .  This is the worldly idea of greatness  ~power_ to  exercise 'authority/? high;.  position "which  can demand .service,..  enforce obedience, i������.hd exact signs or-  homage.    ' "Not so shall it be among ;  you," Jesus co-atinues, but greatness,  shall be power as a means of.tren- -  dering service: "Whosover would-be-  come great among you shall be your  minister;    and   whpsover   would   be-  first among you shall be your "servant."     Among- you  the  passport  to ^  p<jwer is service: you are insasured,  not  by   the   way   you   lord   it  over  others, but by   the   way   you   serve  qthers:   greatest among  you  is the 7  one who is most useful to his fellow <  men.  "It is always our peril that we hun- -  ger fcr place m6re than for character.    These disciples  wanted   to   be-.  great "and prominent; the Lord want���������  A.I    Itionfl    trs   >>*������   t>ii������.<������   jnnjl   <rr,nrt       ThoB,  longed to   be   prime ^ministers;   the.  Lord  purposed  that  they should  be  rt*"1*jijr1  ^3 AAm.-*m'  ^���������*:rr*w*\rkwn, ***���������  ������������V������, MAMA A f^  tentcdly in an obscure place.    They  wanted to be' the Kings' cup-hearers;:  he oners them to drink of his. cup..  They call   for   sovereignty; ho asks ������  for sacrifice.   They seek a life of getting;   he  demands  a  life  of giving.-  Through self-sacrifice-we pass to our,"-  throne."     (J. H. Jowett).  After being   open   122 years - the^  police courts of Kingston-on-Thames,.  England, have just "been closed and...  -will  be razed.        " ,   .  W.   jM.   U.    20-13  Snouting Radium Fleld������  Belgian interests which for some  years h-ald u. virtual world monopoly  of radium deposits, aro roportod to  havo Bconts in the Groat Bear Lake  radium Hc-Wl, it ,w������h leai*ned from  authoritaitive sonrcoa at lilclmpnton.  The Belgians own thc pitch-blende deposits nt Katanga, In tho Belgian  Congo, Prior to Gilbert JUiBlne'a  dlHoovoiy in the wild country 1,000  miles north of "Edmonton, thoy controlled tlio wo lid aupply.  , An argument has, two .slcies, Hko a  gramophone I'ccord, but you can al-v  ways stop a gramophone record.  YOUR LIVER'S MAKING  YOU FEEL OUT SF SOiTS  Wake tip your Li vet Bile  ���������No Calomel need eel  Wh������n yrtu S*������A bl8M*,.������l*|ir������iiai������dl. Hour on tli������  'World, tlmt'a your llv*ir wliliih.UnM, pouring: III  ������lftlly two p������vua������tai ot liquidb������e *.ntx* your bo^-ela.  DlaeatloiB nml ollrxlnatior, nr* belnK iilowftd  up, food la axuiHnnuliitina; und tliwavyhiat likaltlai  *va*������u nml mnliliiB ynu tin wrotphw.  M*ra, h<������w--l-j������ova)r-| Ilk** ������������������*���������������,, ollt  ���������wni������r, laxAklv������ candy ar qievrtna atum. or  l-ouulwuft, d������n'jitica> i/ar enoutli, _. 1, -,,.,,.  ..Vou.wkI h Hv*r ���������tlmulaiirt.. Gnxttrm IMilk  Tjlva>r I'illaj la th* bum ona. flafo. 1'tirely v*o������-  Ubla, Bum. Awk. ia* tlitm by 11 ami. H*t\mk  Lake Rate On-, Grain  Six Cents A Bushel From Head OI  ' "Lalw������ To Mohtical  A rate of six corits a bushel -for  carriage of grain from the.-head of  thc Great Lakes to the port of  Montreal haa been agreed upon toy  loading Canadian shipping companies,  W. H. Coverdale, president of Canada  Steamship Linos Limited, told shareholders at the annual meeting ln  Montreal.  Mr. Coverdale explained that a slx-  cont rate was agreed upon early last  season, but that the rate had fluctuated much lower. Tho average rato  of the 1038 season was about 3%.  cent*-*. The Canada a team ships Linos  presld-wl*" f*nii\ ho e>rpf>r������f-cd f������7 morn  stable rate thia season, partly due to  tlio application of "W.R.A. codew to  tho XTnlted ntiitcj-s lEiland ' flhlpi?l2i������*  linos, which would prevent tliorn trom  untlcrcuttine* thoir Canadian com-  potltory.  STOMACH COMPLAINT ���������  Mrs. W. Bcriton of 44$ ->  SIrncoc     St.,     London,.  Ont., says: "Some years ^  ago I used Dr.  Pierce's -  Golden Medical Discovery   when   I   was rundown; and awfully nervous, -belched   gas frequently    and '.the--.gas*;  would press up around  my heart; Tlie  'Dlscov-  eiy   toned up and strengtliened my system  ���������o that I felt 100% better."  .    Wri\e to Dr. PieiW* Cllnle, Batfalo, N. *T������ -  ffittK froo medlaal advloo.  -, -  &^i^*jiS*Siiiii85ii8   SaSir^S iTWEiiij?  '^%H*KS'5'   H.KIBB      Wm^m^mWmWmW.Vmk  It htm been learned by moans of  a opectroflcopo that tho clomcntf-  lron, (fioillutii, copper, etc., aro in tho  ttiin.  DEMICOTEA   Cigarette   Holder  absorbs   the   nicotine,   pyiadinc,  ammonia and resinous and tarry  lubatancet    found    in.   tobaccd-.  ���������moke. - , 77/7"'  Complete holder with ref 111*1 ���������������  11.011 poBtpald, or froni your  Druggist or Tobacconint. Dealer* .  wanted evcrywherea 77 7?7'       77-7,?.''  "':;i WOW;.OBTPAlNAlllis..MOM ,j-.  ������oW; Simpson Co. I>UiiHed '  ,. ,*tliay V.- **B������ton, Oo.7-3MmU������������! 777  "Llffftottn :������riir Btoreu  Muaduy-'aa ���������luat M<am  O. Cl. WhebUy  Ituthewfoixl "Orut fltoreo  [.   tikHk MoIUIwJoIim       / ^  ''    JDlKATjWnH WAN-TID-tt '-'  CHANTLER & CHANTLER, LTO  Cantullnn DIstrlbutorB],  40 WelllnKton St. W.  VOJUifrnTOm  ONT.  ,4 m wsb icEvimw. GREs-rosr. b. a  CL  /&,  jhS  f*. a"*** ������������������MA ������"f*"*r������ll       mfrnT"  mm w,    63 BS BSB. SB BBS.  ^-������snn57BE.Bjr Ur-  FIGURE  Bir****  HiLiv  llHusband Persuaded Her  , T������;T*ake KrusoHen, -*\  By following her husband's advice,  "this,  woman    made    a    tremei&ous  ���������:. Improvement' in, her appearance���������she  . -actually took oS 32 lbs. of her excess  . -fat. V Telling  of  her   experience, she  "A year'ago I was troubled with  . -rheumatism, - ne-r.'cusncss-'and other  ��������� complaints. And.,I "got'^sb, fat that  . I was ashamed of my -. figure. r I was  persuaded by my husband to take  " Kruschen Salts. Before I began, I  - weighed 181 lbs.   After taking Krus-  .������!. mm%    4^.m   m.    .*%������������^������*a,    *������.*r..^.   4*V..#.    mV\mm..m*.n..*.mm.  ���������was   less   painful,   my   nerves - got  . stronger, and my step lighter.    Then  . I knew that Kruschen was doing me  good, so "Lpersevered^with it and got  my weight down to 129 lbs., a reduction of 32 lbs. of unwanted fat.   I am  bave  said to hurt Peter less, or  convince him. that she was right.  to  hundred - times- she  aeciaea    io ��������� oeg  his forgiveness,  but- her  own   sense  4m.r.4.laa      m..i4.X.X. .0^3  ������yijsis I. ssl'". ths.*-. X feel i was no  more   active,   have- a  younger and  .much better figure, and am healthier  than I have been for years."���������(Mrs.)  cCruschen is-a blend of six mineral  saltan which assists' the taternal  ��������� organs to throw off each "day those  waste products that would otherwise  accumulate in the , form of fatty  tissue.  vU-iafari-^a-vi-'iri'ba.   ������������ aa *&.  ED"**"*A KOEB WEBST  jjiilttiftP ������ST  "Jo ret*ts."*  Girl" Etel  JubKpij  SYNOPSIS  Camilla   Hoyt   and   Peter   Anson,  young  and  In love,   marry, secretly,  deciding to live their own lives apart  until Peter is. able to provide for fee?.  Peter tea young, struggling sculptor  trying to win a ' competition   for   a  scholarship abroad- and CassSla la th*"*  adopted daughter of- a wealthy family.     She   Is-not, to- Inherit  money  when 'she  comes * of  age  and  so  is  - studying conrnaercia! art !n the hope  -of landing an agency job.    Others in  the  story  are   Avis  Werth,. another  wealthy  girl   who  is  trying  to  win  Peter,   Sylvia   'load,   Jt-ete-rs   model,  ond Gus Matson,  his former   room-,  -mate with whom he has 'quarrelled.  At  a party   at   an    exclusive _ club  "Peter    entertains    Camilla's!    guests  with impersonations.    When [the rest  -of the members of the party go to,  ������B-       VOUOICl.        8.U       bUUUUUQ        xJlc       gu>S.yi  "Peter and Camilla  slip    oft    to   the  -"beach by themselves and fall asleep  -on the, sand,    vvhen they awaice it is  ���������early morning and Avis and another  hoy are  standing  sear them.     Tb'e  -makes it necessary for Camilla to an-  -nounce before the *"-art'" that she and  'Peter* are   -married.    Bowman    and  "Weeks, an advertising agency, where  -Camilla has  submitted  some  of her  work,   send   for   her   and   offer .her  a salary of $50.00 a week   to   start  -and a prospect of having it doubled.  *She     tells     Peter     of     her    "good  -fortune in securing employment. Mrs.  Hoyt-is also. informed   that. Camilla.  has obtained work and   is .going" to  leave   the    Hoyt    household..     Avjs  W erth rents  a  studio   on   the ��������� same  floor  as   Peter,   and   invites   him   to  have lunch there".   He accepts reluctantly,   but   is   favorably   impressed  with his visit.    Camilla urges. Peter  to accept some   of  her   earnings   to  help him along, but Peter refuses and  they quarrel. After CamUla has gone  from the studio. Avis Werth calls and  persuades Peter to accept a loon of  -.$1,060.'-. ..-"���������, *  .-:/:������������������; - , - .;... -.;,  (Now Go On With Tho Story)  CHAPTER Xk  On the second evening after tlielr  disagreement ���������. ;.over ��������� their financial  affairs, PeterVwent to Camilla with  contrition, and(appeal.  But that two-day interim of silence had been a century for Camilla.  She had gone over every word they  "had spoken, as if ���������'^������j7%"arS,7;,"tiead-  ing carbon copies of old correspond-  once,   wondering   what   sh<������   might  Always reudy-^Xncxpenaive  J*7"' " ���������      hAMlt'rON. ONTARIO  W." N.    U.    2043  that, actually, she had said nothing  for which to be forgiven. Rather, it  was Peter v who, haa^been^in-.ttie  wrongs. Even if.he would not let her  help him, he. had, no reaspn. iq., be  so angry with her at her.suggestion  of it. -  The "hours dragged like days, her  work lost its fascination and she  scarcely tasted food. She maintained  a subterfuge of cheerfulness at the  office, but Rose perceived instantly  that Camilla /was grieving.. It was  about Peter, she guessed. Men always  were the cause of wnnra*������Tn*.������* H^������������j������oaf  grief, she had observed. From any  other sorrow, a woman recovered and  somehow managed a substitute;, but  for thc loss of "a love.' which transcended everything else, in life, there      rnrn-tif.rtsin-tiriri.  Rose ^voiced something of this  philosophy when, on the second evening of-Camilla's estrangement from  Peter, they were tidying- their.apartment after dinner. The -windows were  open ������.o ������. jj.g warm svit-iix-uir mTS&zs  and from all directions across the  open court ths strident blare of radio  music drifted in. Always such a  Variety of stations were turned in  that" the effect -was like the sound of  the tongues of Babylon: jazz bands,  crooners, ' symphonic airs, high soprano voices and deep bass, orators  holding forth, announcers cutting in,  time signals.'  Usually, the jazz bands and the  crooners predominated. -Their voices  lamented and sighed and exulted^ but  always their subject was love. Their  tragic words taunted. Camilla, their  triumphant phrases mocked her.  Love���������love���������love7 Was that all anyone thought of and lived for? Perhaps it was. Love-was the beginning  and the end of ail things. It was the  reason for which cine lived and. the  urge which gave life reason. But the  yea-rning voices of radio singers did  not thrill her. Only Peter's voice  could do that. She closed the windows with irritable bangs, trying to  Shut out those insistent" reminders of  ���������her shattered romance.     -"       '  "Isn't it silly the way ..women get  sentimental over the radio crooners  whem they never see, and listen- for  their voices like young girls" waiting  for their dates-to telephone "T ~ Age,  color and language make   no   difference.   I'll bet all - the radios tuned in  to  that kind of stuff   have   women  listeners.    Men listen to . sports and  speeches.    They don't get silly over  some woman's voice and make it a  personal interest.   Why do women?;'  "Oh,    I    dunno,"    Rose    observed.  "That's  about   the   only   way   most  of tftem. can get* their quota of romance;1   Take it by and large, xnea  are pretty** rotten'about love.    Most  .of them don't want it for a monotonous, diet, fewer of- them appreciate  it when they do get it, and. there's  darn few of them ever, recognize It.  "Love doesn't mean everlasting romance to 'a -man,   and   that's all a  woman thinks love is; until she gets  a jolt of disillusion.    Even then,  it  doesn't always take, the first time.  She goes on dreaming until she gets  hit so hard it almost kills her.  Sonic  never recover,   and  go"  through, tho  rcstsof their lives "with   their   emotions half   paralyzed' ?beca"aso   some  men; told   them- things   they   didn't  believe themselves and forgot them  the very next day.    Believe me, I'm  never going to take any man that  'seriously.'''' '���������'      ?''''���������'���������    -  ..'"But"���������-but,; Rose, don't you believe  there is love that endures and transcends everything else in life? Can't  men be sincere about love?"  v-Darn . fe*w?bf !em can "for more  than ,ft minute at a tunc, I've noticed 'that thoro "arc 7 about four  classes of men, chocking "om ,up on  this lovo chart, in my experience.  Mot all porsonal, you understand, but  from -what V vo observed in the ptflce  and- among girls like mo and in  neighborhoods' like around homo. I  ,'den,'t know-such:;a: lot .of men'^from  yoiu? cro-wd, but enough of them to  bollGvo tlioy run about the samo all  the'way doivn';nhd';up'';thc''3I-ioi.M Shi*!  stopped to remove a dorson pins from  her mouth, in tho process of shortening a now slip.  7 Camilla was Interested. ! "Toll ma  about thorn;;:Roflo.>' ���������" ' [ j' ,: .: \ ?'��������� .  "Well, the re aro tho mon -who  novor uro sincere in their relation to  women.   Tho-y*'don't know any moro  DtcWERMETS POWDER  4*��������� m  Sold the world over���������Dr. Wei-net's  Powder���������justly called ".the perfect  powde-r-''���������holds false plates-firmer for  -hours longer. "Leaves no sickening  C gummy -paste���������rteeth-'fit so snugly yet  .zorafortjxhW they feel like natural ones,  - Prescribed by world's leading dentists���������  just sprinkle on. Inexpensive���������any  ���������drugstore,  "Don't you know?" Ross evaded.  "I hadn't thought much about it,  until���������" she stopped, and sighed.  "You   and   Peter   have   quarreled,  haven't you?" Rose asked gently. *T  lrrig-ner* ;������ oo soon as -"on came back  here on Sunday..'What's wrong?"  (To Be Continued)  Relics Qt Romanoffs  By  about love than they do about the  people who live in another world.  Every woman who attracts them is a  new conquest^���������until- they get her interest or love or thumbs down. There  are plenty in that class.  xu������;u   wcic  aic xucit  wjj.O piCxC Out  seme girl because it's expected cf  them and settle down to the routine  of marriage like ell the rest of their  habits. They get in a rut and stay  1 there .because they haven't orig-i-  ! salitv eseusrh +*������ An anvthinsr else,  but they don't know much more  about love than the( first class. The  men "who-jrate high in the ,real love  game are divided into two groups,  also.   Most of them fall in love with  aoijue   VvOiU.ti.ii ������tau iv������5p  xx6*   SuOVc  5.1a  other , women in their lives,- but  they're restless���������easy to get out of  line. They dont' mean to be unfaithful but they just can't help *using  their own minds and being naughty  once in awhile.  "Then, I guess there are a few  men,"scarce as icicles on a radiator,  who love ahd adore and cherish one  woman all their days, and look nei^  there to the right nor left of them.  Pretty girls and clever women leave  them cold, and the-wife is a goddess  on a pedestalv*3Tou oan just bet there  aren't many like that."  Camilla smiled. "I think your  classifications apply  to  aii  kinds  of  peopie.    "But how do you know  so  much about it?"  "By keeping niy eyes and ears  open. I've always had to fight and  work and think for myself. And  you can't win out alone and handicapped unless you know people���������men  and women, all kinds.' Take Pa, for  example. He was in the second class.  A woman was a habit- with him.'  Your old .man, Alexa-nder.Hoyt ia the  same, though the two7 men are no  more .alike any other way tM*%*n sigua.  and day. ,   / -  Many   Brought   To   New   York  "Dealer In Antiques  Many of the little intimate things  \xctf\1\orintr  t-rx   tlrta   loaf   Tiwa-i<v������*jml   *~-r;"iV  of Russia, Nicholas TT. ahd hitf children, ' have been brought to New  York from Leningrad by a dealer in  ] antiques who. has dealt with Russia  for years.  Among the collection are the  Czarevitch's cradle, skis and dolls, a  little red .notebook, decorated with  the Russian imperial eagle, done in  red, with the little initials A. "F. at  thc top and "E. P. at the "bottom. Xt  means For Alexandra Feodorovana  from Elizabeth Feodorovana. Alexandra -was the Czarina and Elizabeth  was her sister. Also there is the  little crib of Olga, the oldest daughter.  Other souvenirs are* an autograph  book kept bv rjrafina fCountessI  Vorontosova Dashkova, ladyin-wait-  ine* to the Czarina which. Hq������a iti i+  the autographs of almost all the  royalty of Europe, a new collection  of Easter eggs belonging to the children of the royal family, two very  fine copies in English of "Alice in  Wonderland" ahd "Little Women",  given by the Czar and Czarina to  the girls and inscribed "From Mamma and Papa," the cigarette case  the Czarina gave .the Czar, sighed  "Alice", very personal and intimate,  and a lot of snapshots of the family  and-the -work baskets of the children.  These souvenirs as well as other belongings of the Czar, were all bought  from Government warehouses in  Leningrad and Moscow at prices set  by a Soviet commission of ^former  antique dealers. /  lrl*.  WAY TO RELIEVE  ��������������� a* own m ���������������*������������������ ���������* * m*������*.m wta wm  AM.?-!.  immm mt* t* mk%m *.*.*%���������* ���������������*"���������������������  [        HEKe ARE THE SIGNS:  S rfenrousnesa Frequent Headacbes  S Neuralgia "Feeling of Weakness  S Indigestion -  Sleeplessness  ;- "Loss of As29tii������   MoutSa Acidity  5 Navsesi Sour Stomach  5 Autointoxication ,  ������O Sv rvR ITS  TAKE���������2 teaspoonf tils of  Phillips' - Milk of Mag-  8>������3ia in a glass of water  every morning wher. you  t up. Take another  poonful 30 minutes  _ after eating. And another  bciorc you bo to bed.  OB���������Take Ihe new  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia  Tablets ��������� one tablet for  each teaspoonful as directed above.  ������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������  A j.*r#^-  mrxmrMX.  juu    ugbvbS    Awu    OvV/UluCS,    UOU t  ���������worry about' it. Follow the simple  directions given" above. This small  . dosage of Phillips* Milk of Magnesia  acts at once to. neutralize the -acids  that cause headache, stomach pains  and other distress. Try it. You'll  feel like a new person.    .  uui���������be careiui you get genuine  Phillips? Milk of Magnesia, or  Phillips' Milk o������ Magnesia Tablets  when you buy���������25c and 50c sizes.  ALSO IN TABLET FORM /FEzZ^-J\  Each   tiny   tablet   Is   the Jfc-JsMILa^fiM  equivalent of a teaspoonful f- "*"- ^aafrS  of Genuine Phillips*  Milk  "of Magnesia.  MAOB !H CAHi.ntA  Pkillips' 3^Lilk of Magaesis  Little Helps For This Week  "Let the peace of God rule in  hearts."    Colossians 3:15.  ,TOUI  X^rOp Tiiy Still dcWS uf 8jUietu.c5a,  Till all our strivings cease;  Take from our soxils the strain  and stress,  _A_72d le" our o*-,^tt*������o/*i l^trakc, conf**aa  The beauty .of Thy peace.  G. Whittier.  J. XJXMMl^    m~r%Mm. mmmm^.f   .^w ...��������� ..  *\-ffir������j������    is in  THE RHYMING  OPTIMIST  class one���������and how!" ������ She made a  wry face and continued. "He may  change later on, and he-like his dad.  He's in class three���������rSeta hia -Wife  and his reputation up oh. a throne,  but he slips down and plays around  with ther-boys and girls when he  gets a chance.  "Do you know an*jr men   in   that  exclusive fourth class V*  "Just two m my experience.  Funny, too, they are as different as  Pa and Mr. Hoyt. There's Mr. Ob-  latz, up our street, who worships his  wife, Anna, like a saint and treats  her like a, princess. Of course, -he  can't give her everything ai princess  has���������it's the way he does what he  can for her. ""very night, when he  cornea home, he looks and acts as  if he were-coming to call oh her for  theTflrst time, and he is always doing'  nice little things to make her happy.  It's' thn name with Mr. Perdue, at  the office,, except he ia more refined  and elegant about it. Menllfee that  are ijust pure gold, but X never hope  to; grot one of them. It's about like  winning a lottery whore half a million tickets are sold."  "If you know so much about analyzing -meii, Rose, in which class is  -r-Petcr?" She spo'cc ni;-t name ai-  moat in a whisper, as if, with apprehension.  TfjUIVERINfi  ?::?-:;:N'ER^������:S'?7?.:;:'  WlSen yon nre Just'o������ ������<%������?������'*'���������  -when you <������n't stand the children's  noise. ��������� .^wben everythlttiy yriui do������  is ft burden v. a;'"��������� when vybu are Irritable and bluo .. .cry,Lydia E.Plnlc-  liam's VcaeiubSc CB>i*4i-^>^iJ>da' ?2 Ouu  Ot 10U women report benciiw  It will give ybu Just this extra energy you need. Life will ������eem worth  living; again.'   ''        '��������� ' ' ��������� '''���������'���������"''-  Don't cnuurc another dity wimouH  ths help this medicin-**: can give. Get  a. bottle from your drug (-1st todnyj  lalOHT  Is any other thingr on earth  As "beautiful as light,  As nearly kin to song and mirth,  As tuned to heart's delight?       _  "Let there be light," and at God's  word  A flash of glory came,  -While all the universe was stirred  With primal dawning's flame.  Is any other thing at al!  As wonderful as light?  Before it* swiftly "backward fall.,  The legions of the night*  O, light, I lift my being's cup;  Flood me too full for doubt,  With love and gladness brim me up,  Shine all the evil out!  Butterfly Hunter Has  Wonderful Collection  In  Are  100,000    Specimens    There  Seven Thousand Varieties  1UU       JUIUBU       ciaiAauSa&S"*'  hunter who ever lived, a Swiss named Hans Fruhstorfer, made7 a wonderful collection of 100,000 butterflies, and this has been lent to the  Natural History Museum in Parts.  He began his collection in Brazil,  whon he was twenty-two years old.  Then took his net to Java, where he  spent three years; then ho followed  his pursuit for two yehrs . In the  Malay Archl-nelago. ?Ho travelled  through South America., Japan, China  and Slam, until he had. placed his net  over some of the rarest butterflies in  the world. Ilia 100,000 specimens  have nearly 7,000 varieties,  "These things write we unto you  that your joy may he full." What is  fulness of "joy but peace? Joy is  tum-ultuous -when it is not-full, but  peace,is the privilege of those who  are "filled witl; the "kEowIed0*-? of the  glory of the Lord, as tlie , waters  cover tiie sea," "'Thou wilt * keep bins  in perfect peace -whose mind is stayed on Thee, because he trusteth in  Thee." It is peace springing from  trust and innocence and then overflowing in love towards all around  him. He who is anxious thinks of  himself, * is suspicious of danger,  speaks'hurriedly and has no time for  the interests of others. He who lives  in peace is at leisure wherever his  lot is cast.���������J. H. "Newman.  yEOETAHLE     CDMV0UNII  \       In A Nutshell  To   Mr. Beatty,   president   of  tho  C.P.I"*;, goes   tho   credit   for  having  made tho best  speech'  delivered   in  l^tfriawfrt     f\vx    i-rx/x    -M-Hnr,*   -<j88rt������flrt������������      H������������f"l  hio. did It ln two oeritcttccs; "X will  always bo a ploblan myself, but I am  iri"favor of titles for Cnnnrllfiiiriw If  thoy aro restricted to thoso who  really cam tliora." Ho was opposed,  he added, to hereditary titles In Canada. That Is tho plain sonso of tho  titles question and tho bootrwimmary  of tho views of tlio avorago Canadian citizen that has yot got into  I tirlnt.���������"Edmonton Bullotlij.  Many Inventions.Refused  British   Patent   Office   Turns   Down  Many Gadgets Offered  No fewer than 20,000 of the 33,699  inventions submitted to the British  Patent Office in the past year were  refused on grounds, of impracticability. A gadget for capturing  motor-bandits was ah electrically-  operated harpoon that could bo concealed in lamp-posts", so that when-  a, stolen car was tearing- down upon  him, a policeman had only to touch  ^, switch to send tho harpoon-whizzing into its tires. Another invention  of a crook-catching window pane  designed, upon being broken, to create an absolute vacuum which summarily and irresistibly drags tho  luckless cracksman Into the room  and lays; him prostrate on tho carpet  until aoaYieorio  opens the door,  mwmmmi  Because it LASTS a  LASTS and LASTS  th*   n*w   Initotit   nit  ������������MMM*     Bit*     n������t������ntll|  a|������m������nt   tbit   no    athtr  lint      W      *ly������      pajiM������M������.  thrt"!   why    irilt   ������n>jor  lMt���������������iMla   all  H������   Brdlw  nary "���������urface" dyo oan.  lilt SOAKS Into. U*?  tuart of tha> m������<������r)al  ... ���������moolhly . . . with-  ���������ut a ipot or itrMUc.  33 oolor*.  ���������7"7    FREE   '  RkiiiI tlift frmU oa* *  HIT 1'arkaicf) tot  IT1UCB t*m '.(-* 'TPJia  A HO of llomo Hub  JiUhing" U> John A.  ;i'H������ton- Co. "Mil.,  40 CUMonla 114..  Tilronux,  wmiwmisiWkWmW  \  am  mm  NolonfftrHKOipl  DI������to!v������������ln*tt������nUy.  aaaak TSiE  CIU5ST03  BETIEtt  I  .nerval  p.  jLQ^'B^ha^aS ���������   , ^-  ���������  Celery,     Cabbage    and   Cauliflower  plants at Cook's Greenhouse.  ICE BOX POR SALE���������In first-class  shape, $15.   Enquire Review Office.  POTATOES   FOR SALE���������Good for  seed.   Apply Geo. Hobden, Creston.  The sale of tickets indicates a good  turnout for the* softball club dance at  Park pavilion this evening, 27th, with  Crestonian orchestra music, and an ad  mission of 50 cents, which includes  supper.  Order your Tomato and Pepper plants  Si/ v^Ouiv s vii ccuuuum;.  COW FOR SALE���������Shorthorn, good  milker, gentle, .$40. C. C. French,  Creston.  Mrs. Chas. Moore was visiting with  Nelson friends a few days at   the end of  the week.  . ,       ���������..-       ,        ..-   i.i  Miss^ Mildred Kingsett of Nelson is  here this week on a visit at the home cf  Mr. and Mrs. V. Vasseur.        -  /' *  " *?k " V '     '  '  Tulip shipping commenced at the first  of the week, the-vV. G. Littlejohn flower  farm at Erickson moving 400 dozens  Tuesday morning.  J-'iower and jaeddin-g  Plants.  Wrm%)mm^*mmm^^ft\t*A*)mtA^  \Um.m,M*m  5VHKA   X  UfMAksnaW  "nramxiiiiBu  ��������������� waaiaaiitm  |iAin<]m    in    n     ������aim    UinailAa-t  liaaaivi       ���������������������������       mm        tpmmmmm       uuSaiaiS^iV.  i    ��������� vn    iiiiiiuivv  CWVIIW  ��������� Bl  thanks to tlse famous Genera!  CKflAtriA CIIDCD AglTtTftB  avravi-tEv uviui rivainiuii  Let us demonstrate this  G-E Washer in fast time.  Six-blade Super Agitator  aS uic   laoc   VvOiu   in   eisiCivni-  ency.   Prevents tangling or  "braiding" of clothes.  ���������  A  *  a  A  A  A  a  i i  A  i  save  aisO the free-rolling  Safety Wringer, ^nQ other  important features. *  Prices are low and you  can buy on Easy Terms.  Ufoet Ifnntanay BnuiaV ������ I iirh* f*rt ha  ffuai  !%������i-niessaf i yw&s w s-sgsii wwb liu.  mm stseet    CRESTON,   B.C. phone 38  mww*> w  * *���������***���������*'*"***'%���������**"'*���������*'*���������*���������*'%*��������� www  ���������w ww "w  ^L.^A.^mAmmabmA^4Aa*am^Am  ��������� A.a..*.<a.^i a.*,*i4,> o.ak.A.  ��������� A .A   A   A.  .A.A.  >���������*.������!������.  *  k  k  f  *������  ���������  a  ���������  THE FRIENDLY STOffE  ***>  $  C    "O 'm* '     '    1      '' WVJL ' :  J  COMPETENT HOUSEWIVES Sealing ihontH iii arid month  out at the CO-OP. is sure proof that it is^there that they  receive uniform pripes, high quality, pleasing 'service, V-.-v"?'   .  SOAP; Palm Olive* per cake. . .........   CHEESE, Kraft, per pkt   .    WALNUT, pieces, per lb    I.    xjsCYDOL, targe~pk������    a.....................  PORK and BEANS; Campbell's, 16 oz., 3 tins  CRACKED WHEAT Cereal, 3%-lbs., pbg.  FLOUR, Alberta, 98-lb. sack      2M  WE DELIVER  .24  .27  *mm%  .CC-  .24  .13  'Cook's Greenhouse has a good jissort  ment   of  Order how.  WAITED TO BUY���������Blocks and  cable or stump puller, state price.   Reg.  Harris. Creston.  -* -j     , i." * t..  G-OW.^ -WANTED���������General phrpose  mitch cow. one just freshened. W: H.  Kemp, Erickson.  It takes a very oldtimer to recall a  year when the'snow was so far up the  mountains at this date in April.  Mrs. Dawson and Miss E. Halliday of  Kimberley were weekend visitors here  with the former's daughter. Mrs. G.  John.  Arthur Nichols left at the end of: the  week for Nelson where he is taking a  commercial * course in th������ Nelson  Business College.  FOR SA*L"S_01ri������mrthitA Spool*.  1*4-29  Sedan, six tires, trunk on back��������� in good  order, gone 20.005 miles, to close estate,  $850.   G. H. Kelly, Creston.  Mre. S. A. Soeern and Mrs. M. R.  Joyce left at the'first of the week on a  visit at Calgarv, Alberta. __ They went  by auiq with Arthur Speers in charge.  In addition to beings' the warmest  April on record the month is a'so proving the very dryest encountered April  showers have been entirely missing this  y^ar.  j    Rev. G. Kinney of Proctor, who gave  I _���������   .SXX..^M.���������^.M.^Jt    ���������    "%^.������i..^. "''A*.      s.������._      ������f_-i S  - mxt  ���������UIUBViayvU        'ICVVUIB       X/XT      B/81C   ^ UllliCU  Young People Wednesday night last,  was a guest of Rev. A. and Mrs. Walker  during hia stay in town.  G. Sinclair and H, Young of Canyon I i  were     t*ranbro&lr*;:vl8lto-rs  on   Sunday,  attending divine service at the United  Church with Ley City Lodge, I.O.O.F.,  of which bpth are members.  .The officii warning to owners of dogs  within the village to take out licenses  by April 23rd had good effect. Ujp till  Tuesday 60 tacs had been purchased,  which is about double the number issued  s_' ���������* mxtxn' --...':  in ; 1300.      :.      . : -,;--. ���������   T ;  Sealed tenders will be Received up to  Saturday, May 5th, 1934, for the purchase of poultry house 14 x 24 feet and  scratch shed 6 x 24 feet. Terms cash..  For all other? information apply Vic.  Mawson, Creston?  ,To wind up the season with all  accounts paid Greston basketball -league  are having a bridge drive at the farish  Hall next Friday evening, May 4th; with  ah admis ion of 50 cents TBuy a ticket,  and help along the.good cause.  At the annual? conference of "Presbyterian WomeifoPMissionary Societies of  Kootenay Boundary, held at Cranbrook  on :WedhaMda*y??|-ist, Mrs. John Sherwood  was elected second vice-presidGsit^ "and  Mrs.'"���������~W. TH/ Taylgr "was named home  helpers^ec-.etar*?'...7���������* ..';;. '-.���������.7- J. '.I.    ���������*'���������:.-.��������� \  " ?3us1"rii?ss"at the ��������� VReclamatlQi* Farm  ferry during'[ March, 1934, was much  better than tbesaine month a year ago,  according to th"elreport of ferryman joh.h  Ryekmah.' Last tnchth he transported  831 passengers,i 339 rigs, 149 saddle  horses, 26 autos.|9 trucks and 45 horses.  The first forest fire of the season was  reported   on MJohday from   Yahk andl  tae    tea    Hostesses were  A ...)..>.-..        %*m~ X>I~J  niiui^n.   ujid.    j^Jiva,  W. H. Cartwright a*-*/*J Mrs. E". Gardiner.  ������ Mt ~-  BO.tB.  iuiB.   xijraua:.  John  U1IO.  ** About 40 returned men from , Creston  and district were, at Boswell on Sunday  after scon for Ypres Day msT.onal^ser-  vice in: Memorial Hall at that point.  wniqh^>, was sponsored by Boswell  Farmers' InstiiHite and was presided  ov������r >by ^L. ,0ummings. The feature  address was delivered by Col Mallandaine,  and other   talks were by  J.  B.  fg������aBaaa������iniajiaaaaaaaaaiiaaaBaaLaaaaaaaaa*S  Holder and H. A. Powell, with ifresident  TaIam  T>5*.^1    sit r<*Aeit>An  T^kmAti    Prwafr   ��������� Oiv.  *M mTAtkA   mmm**m������.Aja^   AJm,     <Vb*<������ ������fc������ VV1|    *������������a^������������#������������       AA   ������#wa,|       !��������������� *  a timely taik, on Legion aims and  oDjects.   Appropnaii������ uyauns _  and vocal numbers were contributed by  F. Kunst, with Miss Richardson as  accompanist... At the close light refreshments were served.  SOFTBALL  and  BASEBALL  QIIPPl ie-q  Now is the time to  get' your  dlaV"*  WIRE CLOTH  in all widths, Black or  Galvanized.  I am placing in stock  a complete line j6f the  famous Reach, "Wright  & Ditson Softball and  Baseball eauinment.  Call in  line over.  and look the  i y.MAvysoN 1  I CRESTON i  1 a  m  I 81  ilaaaaaaaaaaaaMaiiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiO  UOOV&  ** ana  Screen Windows  MEBH,in ALL  Vl^SfcTGTHS.  i5. SSiticIsur  Greston Hardware  tgaJ-ge^-t^-tla-ff&ag-Mg^  Greston Valley Oo-uperativs Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  fWmV ���������*���������*"*���������*" w  MM*|aM*afMMi������ghrBWWaM������WM  i  "r^y'a',vifvyvT-T,'r,'r-T  '''KSSSmiSBttSSBl  Uiiiiii>s*Vimmniii^s*m!Uiiu\m* .iiiiuii^wmi  BRIGHTEN UP BY USING  SS El 7 fA JLSL j_f Q C3 Q 63 @fia^_i 0  Jerwin.-;:piipt$;fflii| .  Their Paints have^gi'edter 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.    Sizes:  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'; Excel lo.  r  Fast dry Varnishes and Enamels.  Shellac,���������Orange and White.  Aluminum and Gold Paints.  Linseed Oil, Turps and Dry Colors.  ALABASTINE���������White and ton. colors,  was promptly taken charge of by forester  J'. P. MacDonald.. A couple of'dozeh  men were required"'for. Monday and  Tuesday to get't under control but thi������  crew was reduced to twbr men at the  middle of the week.      )���������'"������������������"'."'?  t-Xm-  St. Stephens was well represented at  .^.    xr_^a.^__.. tx'^a. ������_; ��������� -_!I^sai__iit ��������� _- '    -������  ix=-.- a-mxjxt^cay-xjxrKjiixjiaiy  . CBjuicrtllli-e     OI  Presbyterian W-M.S. workers at Cranbrook oh Wednesday last, two auto  loads making the trip. In the party  were Rev. A. O. and Mrs. Thomson,  Mrs. H S. McCreath, Mrs. Henderson,  Mrs. J. W. Dow,- Mrs Speers. Mre.  Boyd, Mrs. Sherwood, Mrs, H. H.  Taylor, Mrs. W, K. Brown and. Miss  Jean McCreath. ;  The April meeting .of the Women's  Auxiliary Crestoh Post Canadian Legion  was held on Tuesday last and was well  attended. The chair was taken "by the  president, Mrs. W. McL Cooper. Report for the viriting committee was  Ri.bmitted by Mrs. lowther, arid reports from the ways and means and buying committees were presented by Mrs.  Cooper and Mrs. Payne. It. was decided to have a court whist drive on May  11th,   with   an   admission  of 36 cents.  nr\/  if  ~ ~     .    <M     WAk- ������������������mi  ?mm������**amm������Sbmm*m   si el  m I %  'TT PA.YS TO PAYCASH AT THE IMPERIAL  SATURDAY-MONDAY SPECIALS  OMMNEO PROFITS  ROYAL CITY Brand���������in Heavy Syrup  29 Squat  tins, ^  2s Squat  tins.  DATES, Pitted, Cello package, 1 lb  TOMATOES, 2%s size "tjns, 3 tins ...  CORNFLAKES, Sugar Krisp, 2 ph  BRUSHES  ._  Vegetable, colored  handle, 10c.  Medium Scrub,  af*9C*  .$ .19  .35  ijs  Large Nail  ISc.  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  *t*'ma*'^^ ^ m ^.^Am** ma* m^m  I PHONE SO  Grand  TtofrQ  x  If LiMro I IL  ��������� IwrfflBl   Q   H steal  GROCERIES  >.^iWmMm*Wlil)A,.f i tmm^^eK*mM*i'[^ a*'  COMPANY    LTD. HMIWMK  aji'I^Ma^^Iil^^  Everything You '���������'���������WariM* For  Glorious Entertainment  With a fast and funny musical  romance about a brassiere  king's nephew who tried to  make a girl beautiful ... then  tried to make the girl, Song  hits . . . a cast*of star comedians ... a flock of beautiful  girls.   Grand fun every minute  Lilian HARVEY  mBmm4mXT\lJSmr NT'S,     M     M^L mmmmjt tJ  m\mmmm),mA*^mJ^mmmm*%Mmmm^km4mm*%Mmm^  ^mm*m*^*^^^mA^mf^^m*wmmkAwmamm*^kJ^*^m%mm*^  Foniav -"Mi-. nBOB w  .B9'In &m f  D m   Bon   Bsm   a  in  WG3KII6SS  i  7      ^with.'  Charles Butterworth, Harry Lang-  don, Sid Silvers, Henry Travers  and Irene Beiitloy.  1-Al Hi.'  SI  guessing a number contained in  ������nyelope,   The number and Rug are cjisplayed  in our window. . If you guess correctly, oi* if  your guess comes nearest to the cpiTect num-   ;  ber, the Rug (9x 0 ft.) is yours absolutely free  ,    CONTEST CLOSES 0 pm. c",  ,     SATUEPAY,^ APRIL 28. 7?:.,';' '���������'v:'?; ?,  See  our  display  New Patterns in  'LIN-OLaifclJRft',, Se'S'' S-iicI  1,2 fta' Wiethe  Moderately priced.  SA      CD -ID C-O C.  _ # '    /      JaV������     "     -    -V.^       JL "'  Mmmmami       A^a**/ JaV^j.      mmmm*<  Dry Goods.       Clothing.       Hardware.       Furniture  *w*iMm������U.mM���������'**WimAkm*ri^'*f-y**t |  ,������,rfl1rvri

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