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 ..:���������     /'   ���������'    "      -"  * ** ^"v.  . " ������i  -   '^ *���������**.  ���������������    ������-. "J..  Provincial Librasv  ApitaftVi:  /a  ;-*���������>  * . ^.' ^jA  as:  vol. XXV  Qj-UfiSTO.fr,  _      _>4fe4ftV4^aM     A. AA**mmmmmm. aM  " .' "V    - -  Pr e=Cooler June 1  Exchange to Install Modern Electric Opem������edThree-CaalQ-ad  rf"- 5c_.  v^ts������jawtty  ���������$15 Month to Operate.  ������������������it  ���������umfeji ^nurchjervles in the , n^o*ming,  and Rev. M.C.A". Percival took Anglican  worship in the afternoon-. 7  "* * *        *    ' ^b*       4 *~ <Vif   i -ia       >   '  Mrs. Howell is a patient at- Preston  hospital, where shs imderwent ah ooer-  ation for appendicitis iast week.  15. UiiWJ-UJJAY.  ���������* Br^  MAY 4,  i934J  No. 6  ������JB<  .��������� ���������._j .e-a   -jorr   .j^aa ������auva v������.   ������a> aaaia x/M.    mutuuaTWU,  Sask, xsq-rfe have been v Visiting with J.  Franklin, left for home on Thursday.  It fs current!*"-- re**orted that the ranch  property" of the late Geo* Heller has" b&sa  purchased by Mrs.- Murrell of Creston.  &*fSB.  W. Hamm Is hiding  trouble witn the  aioVe  \7mm Cf���������  .*_- ���������  1���������.*..  Pre cooling (ox cold storage) fruit  handling and shipping facilities will be  provided at Grestcs; by Juno 1st.- -This    ,������������tt-   *mmmm mvMm.wv.mv.. mum ������**������; aaa- auaB.aaavwaaa,  Tree fruits  ���������f-aWW*  on Thursday afterriodn last, when.-by  uasss&aous vctc*!^������directors and man  JgiaWBii*- mamfe ^^i^mmii!PS^A'm}m\im) -pro-  ceo-i with t*min-������t5*i!*$s^9f a. th&s$-$*3r  capacity, air-conditioned, electrically op������  -r*tted eaS-i stor^fe-feat to be rsaily for  xise fay tabs end erf May.  The i-sew plant will be erected in the  frostproof storage warehouse, and will b������  constructed so that extra units, of "any  desired size can-" be added as -required,  tbe first unit will be 40 x 18 x 8^ feet,  and tbe estimated cost of the .plant;  completely installed is $40<Q0, ana '-the  cost of -operating placed at $16 a month,  these are figures of the Canadian General  Ele^ric Company;?Limitedrwho aire installing the plant and West Koetenay  Power & light tuompany, limited - v������*hb  **y"*ill supply ttw" "Juice." - - '  --   - -  one of two and the other of fivi h7p.  capacity^���������and���������* la' automatic The ,con~  struction d������ the precocler 4s simplified  seefttij" is that it wiii be located within  an-area- of the wftrehoilgs that 1st stre-idy  f^Cstprocf. '?*t Is built Ot -spruca Buipiap  -^th������-iaeh <5ork ineuattation,-sided to]  vnth^epYuce ehiplap.- A .temperature  38 degrees ss "recommended and the  raechaaism-of the "slant Is such "that the  air in addition to b������Mp** e^asd is ^tiso  cleansed* hui^diS-^ and returned tsb^i^i  cutation;-a^B^&^svsty *!astia^fK^c*-sds.   Ths  ������������r&euL rcxia-c tnej-  vu.������liu,viuu  and- promise a-heavy: crop.  T>8>ArB->8ga>' W<J1���������atyJi,M*i������jogj tkssg fra   3image."       -r"--  M-rs..H**i*vey, who has been a guest of  S-Irrawl 'Mrs. *S. W^ Taylor the past few  weeks; returned to1  Saturday,1  "Lethbridge?, Alberta,  Mrs, R. Davis of Elko was a visitor at  the hodae of Mrs. J. Marshal! one 'day  last "seek.  -Alice Siding baseball nine handed the  Wynndel team s 12-11 beating in an exciting game on Sunday afternoon/ .  * .     ���������<,      -   -  A dance in aid of purchasing baseball  equipment will be held at the home of  Mr; ' ahd Mrs. A. J. Collis/Friday  evening. "   -      *       -   .  .TO    aW  J&ck Miller, jr., is at-work in tbe Lako-  1 Visx*/district. Siddding out Iog3 for new  buildings to be erected by George Willis  and aToe-Miller. "   ��������� -  1       1 "J w  , "Bill Mather will be in charge of herding the Stockbreeders'" Association cattle  jshicii are *"���������*"*"���������������-' Tanging ia" tne' country  beck of-Yank.-  Tae -rossd-ap of *es������tSe eg' the Sats* was  completed at th  end of, the week, and  *Jh*f^  h^W/^?rt"S 5^1 ^   m-ma-%%'   I>A^1j-   *k.v������   Cww^mAawmw ���������"*"*!* ~  .cattle have been taken to the bills this  wear.' Just <me^on month earlier than in  /"fetes:**"   -.  deer in his Bpy Jn|"|S.   The^ 8niia*j!s  just sbsSr *r8������njB|������ pae iield.  .--" J i"^-*^f"C^  Mel. JTordci iH-������oaftnin������ a  ?tor*? ?*n  former Imll KutBalihg. T He expects  stock to arrive tfife week.  Public ?Bchcjdl^,|aspeetor Manning  Cranbrook, n*uuiB} his, official visit  Arrow Creek ecKe^l, Tuesday last.  t������    %M   tUtimAm   3&L*. tmJc.  * * ' \ a.  a . ������*~., ^. ..������^������iwy*v   ������wov   wwi*    .xmmx-Km* ,foav  week ret������ptu*rt������d|phe but the animal had  bean a������5f^afe������'tlv-a4111a>������a *?%**��������� etbsr Ss'still  at large.      *   -j-"*"-    ��������� -    ���������-  ���������lio  the  at  '."Vi-i  f  Nearly/all.thfe-������<>ws on the east side  took a trip to C^on on Saturday,; but  were herded balsg^on Sunday 'by ��������� Mr.  Strobe* and Mr-V^ward.  -tJC  S.  Tbe Wilson home -was favored with _  visit from a qua*&?tte of Canyon people  on Friday., Ia-|Sr-|: party were Mrs. L.  W. Stephens, Mi1-*;Kolthammer and Mr  ���������and M-rit. ITnrif.iTi    '   -  and Mrs. Knott.  Mr. and Mrs. T; R. Wi son spent a few  days witb the former's parents, in Fernie,  last week* -,:       *-        ... -  Mrs. Clarenes^Sundy of Cowley,* Alta..  was a weekend Sliest of Mr. ahd Mrs.  T- W. Bundy.     '  Mr ,and Mrs| Sherwood and family  have settled on tueir ranch in -fee *Con-  neil sub-diviaion.   * 7  school on Wednesday afternoon-Jond bis  report jto the trustees is most satisfactory. He has just presented the  senior room with a framed picture of the  A3rsno*fistB*Mi!-*ings'of ���������snads,-aidHg with  souie booklets which fuiw explain the  picture    This is one of 50 such : pictures  arivan Tbim Ky. iJw><^.Vai>*������niiv*>* - Cnnculinn  Club *f*o^7,4iistribution throughout the  Bast Kootenay inspectorate.  tr.      r  rrust exefiange   *������  wva.m������wmi*r  1933 Apple Shipments Increased  -   ��������� For~1934 will Handle Bos-  weilGrop���������Install NewGrad-  Missl>:Clars. Hunt  JtrnX.   m^ ���������8-____aI!,~*.  .88.8,    * .������-������*������"*^".?  spent the weekend  SMrtfi.  ���������KX.JX.rn.    mm  ������&a^ ������jtx������,u j.-*eujQij terc <on naonaay-:ior  Calgary, Alberta, on a few weeks': visit.  Fred Belanger of Jaffray is here on  a  visit at the-borne of Mr^ and Mrs. C.  ScnfBBfiol   r-  M������ss OT^sie White, principal of. Kitch-^  ener school, spent-the weekend at-her  homeBtFernfe.      : '  Manning,  Kitchener  ts������xp*3cted. home, this  rare. "ri'i-Ka -wuson lett by auto-on  Monday on^a montlsr's holiday with her  parent-* in Vancouver. V  Mrs. Rj  m.*-  mJ -*���������*.=.  M. Telford  wnmimSm. 4m  -returned at the"   a ������  4BCCAB -  ���������VtsiM;  ->  -'-^.*   m\  ������wa-a ataoV������seK bi?M^ -fsra^-^aot -atwrw" tlui.l^^^.^'na^o^^  wyu,  mrnmrnm,.  'mmm.     9. _ _       re --"* aimost V*bo-  7iamer6tifrto nj*nt^. 7^e*rbs������ps its Vnjt-  ������tandmj|^������a^������Ane^^t'������rfi2t-on ������?ili bs In  -������nna������<B^ftn apfth JtJhaa s^aflilrtmiocr  jb?7 **5STS,  wWeh%an be' placed ^iri - storage and go  out iaanixed-cars..; 3Ln the past, due the  quick ripening propensities of pears they  had to "move in cariots almost as quick as  tbey arrived at the warehouse, and have  -never been marketed to'good advantage  under those circumstances, as buyers for  carloads of .pears are almost unknown.  Fcr cherries it will be equally valuable  These can now be bold in' tbrage for carload shipping and be" disposed of oil the  distant market, which has always been  good for 50 or 75 cehta*,per crate more  than places that canbe reached by l.c.l.  shipping.  Kprrim WiH h*������n������������fit in mi.it>*h   tlio  PAnrua  fashion, And with this fruit it will-have  the extra advantage of taking care of the  surplus that piles up with .l.c.l. shipping  always light Saturday, to say nothing of  Dominion Day.whjch comes in tbe strawberry season. Witb berries prompt pre  coding takes away the natural field heat  in the fruit and will enable themto stand  upah extra 24 hours even"if sent Lc 1.  With pre cooling facilities it will be  possible to handle 'prunes almost tree  ripe, and now .flowers ,are becoming  prominent in shipping it should be  possible to handle these so as to have the  . ClGCms tiaat xExnnv iu   ritFiy- in   Mie* w������--"**it  held back to supply the pig demand at  t*o weokend. ? ���������r'7-V"?.  The Exch-inge pre cooler will' cater to  atrilhes of storage and should be of  ureat benefit to those in the egg shipping  trade., as well as all other fines where  storage js.bf this sort Is desired, )  7With this quality cold {storage , it will  now be possible for the Exchange to  cairry bve*f Ihlib, each hew yeilir ;the several  carloads of apples that are required to  supply the natural market along the  Crow during tho winter���������-a Jine of remunerative trade that Creaton has had  to pasa up in the past duo to having no  adequate storege faciHtiea,,  ?a*^w?ja*g***J*f**S|W^^ ^(���������^''���������''������������������l^iijk-.'t  v*itt--|ibiai  to? s<^oor imtir- iii^r? the patient������t-C������e  fo- hdlidoVs    ". '   -'-"-.' - -   - J^- - --   7      ^j _ -i2-J* -  immTgpkWMB;  .**r#*jr  the  Smm.mm   *V|-a  *!>  WyniimifmWl  S. Benodotti was a visitor in Cranbrook last week.  J. B. Eudd left, last week on n business  visit nt Alberta points.  Mian H. Andostad Was, renewing  acquaintances in Nolson last week,   r  The hot woatbo*:   caivi-a to un; unu  Thursday ovening when a much need  rain foil.,    '     ?:"'?' ' ' '-J  -.     - ��������� * ���������      ��������� -. -'   .''',' '       '  "C*5*!***''.. M**n'**.'!''l!fv",  ������?<*"h*������r������l' "|a<an<iH.'>r-. ivnn  here on his semi-annual inspectoral visit  Thursday.  Wynndel has a now poatbianter.   Tlio  , ofllco Is now In clinirge of H. F. Packman,  who took cbargo onTTuosday.  Mr, and Mrs.' K. Dewar and son of  Rorlslnnd aro vlsltlnjr horo with Mrs.  Dewor's father, John JBathlo.  V/*ytaatdua hatia t'Wu cl������U> vltuti oil Sunday,  Rev; A. Walkor waa here for the usual  Bill Clayton was a weekend visitor at  Kimberley, with his brother, Bob.  Grovor IHfer left * at   tbe **S  week on a.business visit to Kimberley  John Nygaard. jr., hsc just left  Reno mine, near Nelson,  Where he has  secured employment  The heat of last week has shortened  up the bloom, and by , the end. -of the  week even many of the apple trees will  have shed their blossoms.  Canyon tennis dub are having a dance  in the hall this (Friday) evening. Good  music and. an dmlssion. of 50 -and 25  cents, which includes supper  Jock McRobb was on the staff of tbe  Reed blacksmith shop at Creston a few  day-* last week, in '.'��������� the absence of 7 Ed ���������  Gardiner, at Kellogg, Idaho. - \  Arvid Samuelson is busy with hie truck  hauling posts to the'canyon for his  father. A, G: Samuelson; who is shipping  'on. an/average.������!'a 7ea^^ j;-.  Canyon tennis club are at work on th.  lot opposite the postofflceon mfiich. they  are getting space in shape to take care of  a couple of courts. Officers will be  elected at a meeting later in the  month.  The C.G.I.T. group at the Unitled  Church has recently been reorganized into a Junior Ladies' Aid and will widen  the scope of their activities in helping the  church. The feirls are being supervised  by Mrs., Messinger, with Annie Gartland  as president, and Agnes Johnson,  secretary.  Followers of the United Front party  observed May Day with, a meeting in the  hall on Tuesday night at which Tom  Mountford, defeated candidate,?was the  /chief speaker, with K; Demchuk of  Huscroft occupying tho chair. Interest  .In the caufle seems tp be on the wano as  the total attendance was only about 80*  at Champion. Albertai?  - T- Wilsott   ������f* tnyft������*Krrtnlr    ova4v������^   ������m  Sunday aa^sVvis&t at7the, homer������|^w|T.  and Mrs.XU: Healey^   '  School   inspector,    Capt.  made hu.semi~aimual visit to  school sa Friday.  H. H RedmHe was a weekend .visitor  at Cmnbrook. Mrs. Redmile is. staying  in that town* on a visit.  The Ladies" Hospital Auxiliary ,are  having a dance in Hunt's Hall, tonight,  May 4th.   Good music- '       i-, . *  Misses Jean Henderson and Jean - McCreath of Creston were Thursday visitors  with. Miss Clara Hunt. ���������  Mrs  Fjred Belanger of Jaffray, .with  !Mrs. C. Senesael were at Creston, Monday, renewing old acquaintances.  C. "Senesael, who is working at  Steele, arrived home on Saturday,  will not be working until after tbe  water period.  ants. ASa&n Moore, oi Fort Steele, who  has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Lepage, the past t-Sjp weeks, returned home  mmm. Cl^n-^.u. '  -^m. m^mmxMMXAm^f. -*    _ .  Dsun T_,  "Simberl&y airipoft,   araved>last  Fort  and  AmVnA1P*k*frt���������trtef f>Tl    ahle fiiia������vHf-������r   fmm   *!.������������;;<*������'������������  wright; L Ti leveque? WL**G  and H. Cowling ranches,** ' -7  mrnmmm m.mm������  n.  tr^mmmm  '^GmW&mti*^^  1       - .s-^TTb  Littleiohn  "they-are toa^ain mak<^ tKeir -Aorne^'   'He  Mrs. W.^Woodhall and daughter, Ann,  Louise, who have been visiting the form-s  er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John ;HaU, returned to "Nelson on Sunday.      ->-  -a The cooler weather tbat has obtained  since^ Saturday last has slowed tip tbe  outgo of tulips from the W "G. Littlejohn  farm. Shipments at the weekend, however, were unusually .heavy *     -  "-  ������ Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Currie and family  have arrived from Fernie and are getting  settled in the former Angus Cameron  ranch: which they purchased last-month,  R-., Walmsley, the well known Creston  realtor, puttaug through the deal.. ,*.  Miss Beulah Penson of Cranbrook  arrived home on ..Sunday for a three  weeks' holiday with her parents* Mr.,and  Mrs. A- ��������������������������� ���������������������������'*��������������� Penson. She. was^ one of five  nurses inthe graduattng cla������s of JL934 at  St. Eugene Hospital in^^itliattown.     ?  . Wiw a 20 per cent, increase in* appies  tukndiM|. sst|sfgLctor3SL.g. IBs ssl ifei ahip-  mentsv ia other linesT lowest; packing  ch&rg^inits histo^���������and^l*^sibly tbe  io*j8������3$.-in BaC^.-^ail obligations on its  buildsngs to be met this year, asdasstis-  faci������ry ^ cash- b-j-lance-after mj->etuig all  1983 *cbsts, areeome of the higsB lights ox  thslansual meeting of Co-Gpera^veiFruit  Exchangej-shareholders at Trinity Church  ball on;=.Tbursdayi*afte*mop*K **Tb������> Exchange president;-Jas.Compton presided,  and there-was.a.represshtativ* t"smout  of the 193a-������'xchange['shiptie-es.V '���������...  J. Wv Hamilton submitt^ tbe financial'  statement, the* feature of which {wap tbe  presence of "ia $300 csslj^susplas- after  takintskbut $800 of 1933 e^rainfsvto; take  care o| a new roof on tlip "warehouse and  th<** installation of a new^grader.     ������   .  * Manager W. McL. Cooper presented  tho manager's report cp&nrtg last year's  operations and re^ewm**" the 103-4- cut*  look as it presents itself at the end of  Ap il. After pointing out the necessity  of, anew roof and a new grader, be brief y  sketched the more important features of  the past year's operations, taking special  pride in the success attained by inaugurating^ central pack of cherries. ^ <,   .  *^ <������ mmm j.      A m^^     ^^^... ��������� ������������   T *S      _   _ ���������  fvf itniS, uli    vmupcTIS SuuiiueuSiVt'lH  the berry market.   With a bigger crop to  bandleand the prairie buying powerlittle,  if any,.bettsr than in *3ls33,  he wau- not  inclined ��������� to waz enthusiastic.   He was,  hcweveTs quite ^Optimiotie as to spjjles.  With-the new marketing ,le������j^lation,  prospect cf real stableization,*i,efaortc*rop  *n eastern Ctm&ua, and new,**reguiations  forcing a cleanup.of the A������?rtralian sndT  Dan McDonald,wh6 has been employ-  New Zealaiara crops .fn -.the. .Old -'country  s������s!   at "fTisrsKoriitr aSvpbrt,   arrived --last; .-marketby^|ate summer^ there was dis-  ���������^r^^^^^^^^^^mt^ii^t,'Stem Cooper  ^K^sii^ila^i^s^of^dispos-  : i-nnunco, - uno.  has been in charge of the airport since it  was started some Id-months ago.  a- _ V ���������_ _  AmtmSMnun  twAaiy gvz&mstng  mUaiGB*  TlVG sympathy  of Canyon , residents  (joes out to Louis Faulkner of Cranbrook  n tho death of his wife who passed away  in that town on April 10th, after but a  very ^rlof illnosn. "A family of two sows.  ana... two doiigM'ors survive. , Mr.  Faulkner was mill foreman for Canyon  City Lumber Company, Limited, for  many youra, a*id Is vory highly respected*.  Tlio log jam above the West Kootenay  WTfrnmrnmrnm        F.     t  UM      .-I.....*.-,,..      A ���������1.!,X  *vww ,   xw   *j.|j������jv    v>v>i.jJuu^     ������������a.iaa,     xi Hlvaa  wos backing the wator up as far na tho  C.P.R. bridSo, wa**' aiicceaBfully, deurcd  on Thursday last. A cablo wrts Btruhg;  from tho, dum to n point on shorn  opposlto tho log pile.nnd with three men  oporatlng from n boat which was' connected up to tho cable, it was possible to  door away tbo key logs and release the  others, It J������ roportod that whon the  wator was at its poalt It threatened to  ������.-iiu?������- tiiw power house nnd biiiheads wore  put in to prevent flooding.      i  The John Huscroft sawmill shut down  early. .last week, having  pawn up.the  available supply of "logai ,   77 -,;   ?  Creaton Valley Post Canadian Legiori  had tho May meeting here on Tuesday  night, which was wen attended.  Rev. M. C. T. Percival had -a7 good1  turnout at tho Anglican Church service  Sunday morning, nt which there was a  celebration of Hol-^Cbmmunioh.  Mr. and Mrs. C.H.? Phillips of Kimberley vDer������ weekend ? visitors at their  ranch, and arranging for the early Beason  work on the place, which i^< looking remarkably well. '���������"���������; i?,7'7;7.;:"!?.-  L. Kolina, who is placer mining In the  neighborhood of Bull Rivor, ia here foir ia  few weeks; a gue**to|i!Otti> Bockeic. ?;Duo  to high wnlor in,thft*tttBnm ho is forced  to suspend opCratiohfi: *  ,;,���������"'  Thp Community Soclty wound up tho  Borios of bridge drives at tlie Bchoolhouso  on Saturday night vat which tho high  pcorea were made by Mrs. John Bird and  Wnddy HiiHcrnfl-w '"ftr"****-fayp, the highest  oggrogato scoroB of tlio winter went to  Mrs. Chas; Huucroft and Waddy Hus-  eroft.  ". 7 "���������"' -7';?'1- ''���������'-''-������������������        ;���������;  A'Olai 8;m*;i pHijijBin, m'iviivio ut.  AAUtK-luit,  htivo just purchased tho������20 ttcrea embraced i in tho Huscroft Recreation  ground from a coast Mutate, which owns  tho proporty, R. Walmsley of Creston  negotiating tho salo. It iii tho intention  to put tho acrongo in .good shape for a  real athletic Hold. Tho lotn hi tlio name  locality aro bnln-r wnrvoyed and will bo  Offered for sato.-.-?-,. ���������- ;;"7?..(" ������,;.,;.,.".;. ' ��������� '���������"���������  Public Hchool inspector Capt. Manning  made  his  Homl-unnual vlst    to  Lister  Tbe-May meeting of Cr������?ston Valley  Post Canadian Legion watt held at the  schoolhouse at Lister on Tuesday. evening 24 members were present "and  president John Bird waa in the chair. A  committee was appointed to draft  -resolutions for the zone convention at  Cranbrook on May 6th. A Canada wide  census of unemployed amongst ex-service  men is being taken and those concerned  are asked to notify secretary W. G.  Hendy any afternoon between 3 and 5  o'clock at the public works office. H.  A. Powell gave a short account of the  visit of Canadian Legion members at  Kellogg, Idaho, and tho installation of  Maple Leaf ; Post Canadian Legion  which has been organized at that point.  The president,expressed the post's regret  at the departure of John Finlay, who  leaves shortly for Greenwood and of A.  R. Bernard who is taking a position in  the vicinity of Prince Pupert. After the  meeting lunch was/ served by the Lister  comrades. ���������',v ���������'���������...-.:?.'?��������� V -.  ing of the cfeerrsf-croB to.ya^y**hma������>������ga t  whiles to peare'Tth^.'-jew^'stOrage ^facili  ties should' ^ahi^m-^-tTgli TsbSolutely  new eraior;theioc5lpearshippSa3" vWItn  other commodites the-.new. .cold storage  would I**1- splendidly, beneficial? even to  the takinit care of flowers on days when  the supply exceeded th&mrarket demand.  rT'iQT������-������lrT/10    afvf    *r1-V-B--WftJ^        ^V-amnamtaV^-a.-Mn        llarfe^ g%r^0t.Zm������*m.*m,  * C������ law  la-*     <���������*������������������.-*������ XSV AAA* \s*.m ******       ij������a*a>%a*i        *mfX������tAm*ZAJ&  Jtt. A. Jjodd and L. T.^Leveque. were reelected, and Ip. W*  SHingensmicn, who  wished to; retire, is- succeeded by J, M.  Craigie, Who comes back^to the executive  after & year's absence.       ,   *  1934 el-dp from Boswell will be handled by the Exchange,. an agreement to  this effect having been entered into - with  the Boswell Fruit Growers, who last year  bad about 10.000 boxes of apples, .4000  crates of Bing and Lambert cherries, 850  crates Of blackberries;- and some otber  lines. It is expected the Boswell l.c.l.  shipments will be handled from Sirdar,  except those that have to be pre cooled  and these will-be taken care of at .Wynndel. Carloads will go out from the C.P.R.  (tiding at A.tbara.  -������������������ The dosing feature of the meeting was  the unamimous vote of $4000 with which  to at once install an electric pro cooler in  tbe warehouse at Creston, which to to be-  ready for use by June1st.  The Kellogg Invasion  Members of Wild;Rose Lodge Knights  of Pythias and Creston Valley Post Can  adijnn Legion wero at Kellogg. Idaho,  from April 28rd to April 25th. On arrival both delegations wore entertained at a  banquet served by the Pythian Sisters in  the Oddfellows Hall, at which over 100  were present. Col; Mallandaine, who  headed both ddiogat'ons, replied to the  address of welcome. During the meeting  of Galena Lodge, K.P., Which folldweC  visiting members of tho Canadian Legion  were entertained at a smoking concert by  ox-nervlco men In the Auditorium.  Tho fo lowing dny tho Croston visitors  wore shown ovor? tho sin^ltor,-and taken  for a drive throug the surrounding country, and were guests oi tho Riwanis Club  at lunch at which Col. Mallandaine gave  an acjdress.       7 '-',. ' 7 ' .,7,";.-'v, , ',,.  On Tuesday night; at the- Wallace  Memorial Hall, with ImprcBaiyo ccromoi.*-  ial Col. Mallandaine Initiated 03 members, of the recently formed Maple Leaf  Post.and Installed its officers. Thispoat  is ono of aoVoral Cunadlan Legion PohIs  of tho Britinh Coin hla Command in the  weatwn.-itata;;, and hssthw v^nwi������-i������wari*j<i  support of tho American Loglon, who lent  thoir hall for tho opening m oting. Aftor  tbo ceremony, which was attended by  800, and tho Installation nddross thoro  waiti a muflical progrommo followbd by  dancing which continued until an early  hour.,   ?  ,,���������(.'  j,v j-,- ..7.7,'7   1 c,,;,    :���������.,:,;��������� ���������,���������  Thn Crenton vlnltori* wero houno g-uocitw  of individual mombom of Galona Lodgp  and Mintplo Loaf Post, nnd aco loud In  their praiiio of i the hospitality oxtondod  thorn during thoir ontlro visit.  President Giegerich of Kaslo  golf club has just ruled "that *to  play golf pvaperiy-. goifera, olioulu  not be restricted in their language.  Grand  Theatre  RIDE TO ROMANCE  7 with .the[ ffiest*���������������  Bash fail Bad Man  -. 7- ?.. ���������", ���������-'���������  ��������� -,,,     '.���������''������������������,   "?   \  He'll carry you through Thrills,  Adventure, Excitement, Action  ���������straight into Romance.  ZANE GREY'S  it  WSJS^Sl,! jd^^^a^iBiu    ^ASQK^l    *Ef9^||A  bI S..J 6S5 W.  "���������MrW   , , M            7 ,   "f>l|H   '"      ;      -���������  IBB'   o  E9 Lf II 'ii H  B ' ES371S 119,19 Wm ' RS  ma       I^Jf Q VSl mjmjpr .  .    QSjf    mil   ml    K3   o_a   El  *IB"'           '^^^Bf^^ *^^ w*9 ****  ^aawpsj^^ %W*kw       ^^aa    **f      VHv     W     *mw  'with'  STUART ERWIN  FRED KOHLER  RA YMONPliA TTON  VERNA. UILL1E  Eouring Komunct* of the  Golden West! XHJ-U.    J-tuELi VXJHi-VYa    . -UXU2iO jlvta  -*"���������"**���������*��������� *L**-**J*^^V*aT  i  Tha  ���������VSasae  VaT  Sir  PLUG  SAVES  k/lAlo   8   iuy  b*mi ivrnaai^j  g Tobacco is economical  because each pipeful gives longer-lasting  pleasure... arid you can cut it off wafer-  thin or cut it coarse���������just suit yourself.  Get this big, quality plug today.  &* a *  P.UfJ*5   2S������%V.&eg**\S  Astonishing Things Predicted-By  Charles """In-^-siord-Smitti  Whirling through the stratosphere  at well ."over a" thousand miles, an  hour in the-herme'ticaliy-scaled'cabin.  of a giant .air liner, guided entirely  by -wireless control'* stations on earth  ���������can you imagine the possibility.  Sir Charles Kingsford-3mith, hero of  the recent record-smashing flight to  Australia, believes this not only possible,^ but likely. , In an astonish"*";  vision of aerial development within  the next fifty years he foresees air  travel brought to such a pitch that  ships and railways will become semi-  obsolete, their sole use being as carriers of heavy freight.  "There will be no human pilot, but  gyroscopic control," said Sir Charles.  "The huge flying Miners which will  move through the. stratosphere at a  ..-*.tfr\-mv*m    errvctfxs?   mm-fi   1   OAA   Wklloc,   *1T8   liriill*  r  Quick Relief Now  From Neuralgia  "5  1,  s"\  in    their  *xi*xm   wm bc fitted with  ^yVTieai Prices And Economic Experiment  International experts of the wheat advisory Commission have been engaged, at Rome, in studying ways and means of raising wheat prices, and,  aecci-disg to press despatches of recent date, have reached decisions which  will be submitted to the governments of the signatory countries for approval and, it is presumed,-concerted action. "Decisions, it is stated, must  be ratified in time to permit their implementation by June 1.  Details of the plan which have emanated, so far, from the conference  at Rome, are not complete enough to warrant analysis with a view to computing their effects. Apparently, bowever. it is proposed to employ -a price-  fixing system to regjslate exports rather than the commoner process of  regulating exports to control price fluctuations. Apparently, too, the intention is to base the minimum price of wheat on the relation, between export  supplies and the rqpnth to month demand, with the London quotas rigorously adhered to by the exporting countries. V  Nothing has been said so far ss to the price objective. Undoubtedly,  however, unless it be the 63.02 gold cent pries computed as the "average  price of al* parcels of imported wheat of all grades sold during each .week  In all the ports of Great Britain", the terms of the London agreement, as  they "apply to the exporting countries, will be rendered nugatory. This is  the price which, according to the agreement, must be reached and maintained ovor a period of sixteen  weeks, before scaling down of customs  carrying    100    passengers  luxurious cabins,  super-efficiency,*"   super-charged    engines and variable pitch propellers.  "Risk will be negligible. Each  'plane will have ten, twelve or fifteen  engines, all in ths event of one cutting off, the officer in charge will  simply declutch that engine from the  propeller while the mechanics repair  it cn route. Crude oil will probably  be used as fuel."  Actually, to accomplish the amazing speed of which Sir Charles  speaks we "do irot require more  powerful engines than some already  built. The atmospheric density 60,-  000 feet above the earth is*- about a  quarter of what it is here, so that an  engine, which under normal conditions to-day attains the high speed  of 350 miles an hour, would hurtle  through the Rarefied atmosphere at  1,400 miles an hour.  JACK, lYl. TO SE6 CLARK ABOUT  THAT BIS OR0������RIW������1O MINUTES  AND 1 HA.VBTERRIFIC NEURITIS...  ^WHAtr. CAN 1 OO P    * '  **-~*-^    amimaa am   \  %jwf    wvmc   **  { ASPIRIN,TWO TABLETS  I WILL STOP THAT PAIN  IN  ^ A pew MiNures.  a late a -   ���������  rVlELL, JACK, I GOT THE ORDER!]  yes, Peer fit a-s'a pidduE ...  YOU BET, I'LL ALWAYS "  GET ASPIRIN  "Real ASP?"RTT!J &?xl?������? T-*^���������*** "������**���������*������"*# **������ *P-������aa,  T*Jtim*m m+m* ������  Rkh Collection For Museum  Now comes amazingly quick relief  iTOTA ucudacties, lucuiiiutisixi, uciujr  tis, neuralgia ... the fastest safe relief,  it is said, yet discovered.  Those results are .due to a scientific discovery by-which an Aspirin  Tablet begins to dissolve, or disintegrate, in tno amazing space of  two seconds after touching moisture.  And hence to start "taking hold" ol  pain a few minutes after taking.  The illustration of the glass, here,  tells the story. An Aspirin Tablet  starts to disintegrate almost instantly ybu swallow it. And thus is ready  to go to work almost instantly.  When you buy, -though, * be on  guard against substitutes. To be sure  you get ASPIRIN'S quick relief, be  sure the name Bayer in the form of  a cross is on every tablet of Aspirin.  UiUV  ���������fMi  WORKS SO FAST  Drop an Aspirin  Tablet in a glass of  water. Note that BE*"  FORE it touches bottom, it has started to  disintegrate.  What it does in this  glass it does in your  stomach. Hence its  fast action.  MADE IU CANADA  Does Not Harm the Heart  tariffs begins.  Western Canada awaits with interest and expectation complete details  of the proposals drafted by the experts for submission to the signatory  nations. Price, of course, Is a matter of paramount importance to the farmers of the prairie provinces, and if, by agreement, the world price can be  raised and stabilized, a long step will have been taken towards stabilizing  the agricultural industry in Western Canada. It is impossible here to talk  of lowering production costs while debt and other charges remain as a high  and uncontrolllable overhead factor in them.  Of scarcely less significance to the prairie farmer is the matter of  lower customs duties against Canadian wheat In the importing countries of  Europe. If then, in addition to raising world prices, theVe is -an adjustment downward of tariffs associated with wholehearted efforts by the importing countries to increase consumption of wheat and at the same time  to reduce domestic production, western agriculture may assume with some  hope of fulfillment and success, the task of orienting itself to the new economic objective. That Is to say, if the spirit of the London agreement is  observed to the letter of its various terms, there is no obvious reason why,  once the carryovers are disposed of, Canada's export quota should not progressively increase pari passu with her ability to consume the products pf  industries indigenous to her best customers. Signs already are conspicuous  that the ultimate determinant of positive or negative reaction to the terms  of the London agreement by the importing countries will be the "balance  of trade".  Throughout the worlds a series of exceedingly interesting and vitally  important economic experiments are underway, with the various nations  engaged in concerted efforts to set their own productive processes ln order.  The United States is seeking prosperity and stability through the agenoy of  the Roosevelt "New Deal". Mussolini has his corporative state with industry, organized on a national basis, acting as "economic advisor" of tho government. Germany is essaying recovery through a process of state intervention, and Austria apparently is preparing to adopt the Italian model.  Russia, of course, is seeking to gear the productive machine to the noods  of her people, through socialization, In Britain, the means to recovery is  styled "rationalization". All the experiments have one clement in common-  government intervention, government control and government regulation.  The same trend is patent in Canada, for recent legislation has laid foundation?' for a wide range'of mnehlnoi'-y for control and regulation, which is to  be erected and made operative as conditions determine.     " .  B.C. "University Receives Rare Specimens From Dr. Fraser   ?  The University of British Columbia will be enriched by a collection  of hundreds ?of species of marine life,  many hitherto unknown to science as  a result of an 8,500-mile cruise  through the soutK^pacific:";by a. scientific party of 'which? *Dr;7 ct McLean  Fraser, professor of zoology, was a  member. 7,  "Dr.; Fraser returned to "Vancouver  after an absence of three months.  He declared that the expedition involved very little romance, butmuch  hard work. 7jKe expects the^discoveries made in the-'bbLipa^ativel^;^-  gin scientific field off the .goast of  South America will have important  bearings in the study of marine flora  and fauna. ������������������  The specimens collected ranged  from, snakes and monkeys found on  shore to sea serpents, brilliantly  tinted "angel" fish and crustaceans.  Dr. Fraser, being a world authority  on a minute form of sea life known  as hydroids, brought .back _a. large  number of formerly unknown types  for the university museum.  Heavy Tourist Tra-ss  Estimated Americans Spend $77,250,-  000 In Canada In One Year  Travel between the "United States  Wfca*A%ny        *mmm^m.m.-mm-,mm.Z.~m  other international boundary in- the  world, according to a return just  ' issued, by the Canadian government  dealing with the tourist traffic of  Canada. During 1933 the number of  automobiles from, the United States  which entered Canada for touring  purposes was. 3,096,887. Of these,  2,233,418 ?were admitted for a period  not exceeding 24 hours! 7863,136 for \  J.������������������ J'i'ii*- j:'.;i_ -*2 -f^JJ-iii --������-"mA*iQ3->.'i-ii ���������,!  Yacht Cuss Race  Mrs,   Sopwith   Will   Act   As- Timekeeper On The Endeavor  Mrs. T. "D. "Sopwith, who will act  is arrester thnn over anv! as timekeeper on he***: hy.aha.n-1'g challenging yacht, the Endeavor, when it  attempts to wrest the America's cup  from the United States this summer  off Newport, RX, is anticipating the  thrill of her life. .  will stand .dose beside Mr. Sopwith  at the wheel, a stop-watch grasped  in either hand, advising him to the  second the time   the   Endeavor   has  a period ������^ on each leg* of,the   run, the  333 for a period   not   exceeding   six: I time of its opponent, how they stand.  months* From information received  from -vstriqus sources., including cooperation "^*J^ United - Stiftes officials  it is estimated thai the? average expenditure per"���������'[. car in the 24-hour  class \B-as7$7.68; in the 60-day class.  $59.80; in -? the sbt-miohths class,  ������234,07. TotaI^e^e^a^*uries by visitors**, by automobile from the United  States during the -year -are placed at  ������77,250,000 in Canada funds.  It's important.  "i wouldn't miss it for anything  in the world," she told the Associated Press when interviewed at the  Sopwith's handsome town, residence  in Park Lane. 4T_ always, act ,as  timekeeper in.-our races, but this, of  course, wil"l be the>,biggest of-all."  '*"'" "You" may 7*b"$ sure I won't wear  trousers," she said. "Just a ..skirt  -and blouse and jacket. If there's a  heavy sea I have a waterproof."  Historic Treasure Prized  PRICES" RISb BUI 4.  TEA STILL MOST  ECONOMICAL  Three years of disastrously low  prices for tea finally goaded the  grov. erk into action and ' committees  were formed a few, months ago to  control production; Prices have aire u-Jy advanced and as soon as merchants have exhausted tlvjir presont  slot-Its the housewife -will have to pay  slightly more for "Jicr favourite beverage. Finest teas such, .as "Salada"  still produce about 5 cups fcr a cent.  v' ���������    .    ���������      >.,'-,.   ,?V7   ,;  A Double Nasturtium  Old Sword Once Flashed At Battle  Of Waterloo  An historic sabre that once flashed  in battle under the colors of King  Louis XVI. of France is a relic highly  treasured today by Auguste de la  Tremaundan, who was established at  Montmartre, Sask., 1893.  It is the sabre ol* Baron de la Vll-  labeau, Tremaundan's grand-uncle,  who was breveted lieutenant by Louis  XVI. in 1785. The baron took part  in all the campaigns of Louis XVI,  inqluding those of Napoleon on the  march to and from "Moscow, tho battle of Waterloo and the defeat of  Bonaparte. 7 Ho died in 1836 and thp  sabre passed on'to Tremaundan.  Tho 94-year-old pioneer of this  little village migrated from Franco  in 1873 and established his home at  Chvysostom, Chautaguay county,  Quebec. He moved *wesb 20 years  later.  School Age At Eight  Children should not be permitted  to go to school until they reached  the age of eight, in the opinion of  Dr. Laurence P. Folsom, president of  the New England Council of Optometrists. "The eyes of the human  being," he says, "do not reach the  state of maturity until the child "Is  eight .years of age-, and*much, of the.  unnecessary strain to which wo subject the eyes of children in the classroom should be avoided to Insure  healthy eyes among the future generations/*  qPISI19&1BwH ill K   ^KBBSfttfBR.H0113S  Faint and Dizzy Spells  TIiobq a-oImKH oi lamtnoHs; thOHO dinij-y apell***  tlioso all-gone Braothormfj. mnkinR sensations which  como ovor neoplo, from Hmo to time, aro warnings  that should not co unheeded. They indicato an  extromoly weakened condition of tho nerves and other  vital or-siwui, and should ho Rlvon immediate attention.  Those sulToring in thin way will find In Milburn's  II. and N. PillH a remedy with which to rooupomto  their honlth, hjiiUl up their run down system, and  brhiK bnolc thoir bodily vlirror.  A������k your clriiRK'iMl. for Miil������iirn'������ IT, a*; N. PJUa.  Now Flower Developed By Successo"r  To Luther Burbanlc  A double  "nasturtium   that''''"looks'  llko an azalea* ah& rangca in color  from lemon yellow to soarle|t,M has  boon dovelopod at Philadolphla,  It was created ,"toy "bavlt^ Jftiirpoo,  vlia 'l;as. continue^ ';' t&v"[.iv^rV. <-*-*���������  Luther Biirbank in dovoloplng new  varieties of plants. ���������:  Tho now flowers havo attracted  covisiuorubio uiiunUuu ,u.t tl������������i sr-cccat  local ilowor shows,' where thoy have  boon callod "tho poor man's orchid."  First book printed Jn Amorlca  was the "Eacala Espirltual do pan  Juan CHmaco"; no, copleb .arc Itiiown  to bo In existence.  Lilte Good Old Days  ' ��������� y,'  Useful Homo Proiluotlon Idem! "Kovlvod  By Alberta Settlors -  Tho "good old days'" have come  back to the rural district of Erskiilo,  Alberta, with a roturn to useful  homo production. Tho same engine  that has enoppcel u gonoiouH. MU|j-ji,y  of wood for tho summer months also  Teams a chopper that grinds wheat  Into bveakfast food. From hides  men fashion everything from moccasins to coata.  Sugar bocts provide ayrup which,  combined with yeast, gives tho set-  tlor vinegar, and women, so prolific  ln the knitting .'.of'.socles, sweaters  and capo, have revived talk of tho  old spinning wheel.  ';w7*To*iiii;nlii'tfi"l"rt*,''T������  lh?iini,"?,(l'H"ini?l |.i<n),",'N('.V���������l,.,i>ifi������ iJuMh-.'VfVCi,,  woWwLl'c.'PAPE'fO'  ''it duBts���������aa it' clortnQ~--ftn,7it  polishes, , ���������'.,'  "^^^IIAMIl'lOM, OMTAIIIO  N,    U.    204 i. ���������-^ , ���������  , ������������������. <      'Mwmmwmawtmaa'^rmw'  TH "Hi     f-f.Kj V I ffr. yy i     "UXtSJST"4J?i?!.  ^#  drfc������r  ?/������i%  TT a n m wxwmgw. .wrmamtt ���������marawiie  jArA������ S ruuti  ������Sf      spammmmm m       aa*w  m IH1NA 15  NOW CLARIFIED  ^Tokyo.���������rThe question of Japan's  .-policy toward .China was "clarified"  "by foreign minister Koki Hirota during a friendly talk vtrith Sir Frinels  laindley, British ambassador to  Japan.   -  In response to the British request  for a clarification of the foreign  office spokesman's statement regard-  m^.^.    J-18U8 -ir-ri j.-      t- ���������. J      d!..    TrunrnD  mmm&     v^*A������������a������,,     am.Mm.vm-M,       kUlU       S,1X      ���������P MOMlmlS  that although the spokesman's declaration was not official it was nevertheless a clear enunciation of Japan's  policy regarding China.  - This policy, previously espoused by  Hirota himself in a trenchant speech  before the Imperial Diet, is not -��������� a  move toward exclusion by Japan of  other countries from China, Hirota  asserted. The open door doctrine,  guaranteed under the nine-power  treaty of 1922, is not affected, even  s������y implication, except in so far as  traffic in potential military materials  is concerned, the foreign minister  said. ...  London. ��������� The. United Kingdom  eagerly scanned reports from Tokyo  that the British ambassador had been  informed the "hands off China'" declaration was a clear, exposition of  Tokyo government policy, although  unofficial at the time it was issued.  Sir John Simon, foreign secretary,  ���������was unable to give the House of Commons any information when he was  -questioned on the situation described  as-an ominous one by leading newspapers, declaring. It, would probably  hs some days before he would be able  to present a report on the conversa-  tiotf between the British and Japanese governments.  Alberta Liquor Permits  AMfBBW  Assistance For Airways  Av\mmm\aW    *V.     WBr-.JB.-     ������,_      *-, ..-.. '��������� 4.     -W7ln������.  uit^HW   A3   1'UIUO    JLtf   ������jroVCjL������uu<sigi>   A������OP  ^ Some Aid  '������������������ Ottawa.~An appeal, was. made" to  the government to give, assistance in  the way of contracts of some nature  to the Canadian Airways,, Limited.  At7 & "-meeting with Hon.V Hugh  Guthrie, minister of justice;- Hon. R.  J. Manion, minister of railways; J.  A. Richardson, president of the company ;v Sir Cpiaries Gordoh'^ahd 15.'W.  Beatty, t&e situation was canvassed.  -It was contended -the' company was  doing a great work" in the north in  the development (of  mining   and   in  making"    CGBim tiiiir. Ati r.r.    v.riM������5r>-|f������    in  the remote districts. The company  had been hard hit by the loss of air  mail contracts and it was suggested  that some work be provided by fie  $Z)\J V \^a. AAAAAXiM.mi.mmm  The Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railways- each put  $250,000 into one airways company.  For some time" reports , have been  current that the. air mails would be  resumed. It is understood the government took the" company's request  into consideration..  w.  .. Hopper War  Proper Temperature Only Needed To  Develop Eggs  Saskatoon.���������Farmers and grasshoppers are engaged in a race in  which the grasshoppers have now  advanced 220 degreerhouxs in the  Saskatoon district, according to K.  M: King, ia charge of the federal* entomological laboratory here. The  farmers must -get their protective  measures completed before the hoppers advance 5,000 degree-hours, he  ANZACS PREMIER  Business Picks Up  r  *���������"*&'���������  ������^a?inn?ri    B������*B  Prime" Minister Forbes of New  Zealand, who has announced that a  royal commission will be appointed  to investigate the New Zealand dairy  Industry and;_that a probe will, be  launched in the United Kingdom into  causes of' a discrepancy between  prices for New Zealand dairy produce  and. those of competing countries.  AYnla'Tie  ���������~*JCT���������***-'���������  Heduction  In  Fees   To Take  Effect  May 1st  Edmonton.���������Reductions of liquor  permit" fees?^rbml"2 to '50, cents Will  take effect "tifay ."ta> it was ftrinoiineed  by R. J. Dinning, chairman of the  Alberta Liouor Control "Board. On  the same date, sales of bottled beer,  to be taken off hotel premises, will  be permitted.  The main vendors' stores in Edmonton and Calgary will remain open  each night until midnight, commencing May 1, Mr. Dinning also announced. "  Those who have already purchased  $2 permits will be given, a refund  upon making application, but there  will be no such refunds after ,the  ������nd of the year. The new 50-cent  permit will be good*, for all liquor  purchases by its holder until the end  of 1934.  Reductions in permitis for druggists, physicians, veterinarians and  dentists from $2 to $1 also are to  take effect May 1. For hospitals,  sanitariums and. siixiilar private in-  BtitutioiM^theperinits are to cost;50  cents/instead of $1, previouly.  _��������� all depends on the warmth.  Half an inch below the surface of the  soil, millions upon millions.of grasshopper eggs are waiting.    If the soil  grees they  will  remain  undeveloped  indefinitely.  But above 62 degrees the eggs begin . to develop and one hour at 10  degrees above 62 degrees produces as  .much., effect as .10, houcs at one,..de-  gree above that point.  nlimunnnjvil     Aaa*    Dr   iiiai uuu*su mi i ai ij  Reaches Dawson Creek  '::;; 7:,^  7- - ,���������/-',.;, ' ? 7;.77' "t'ya'^ja',- '������������������  'Slft-in "TO'Constm^ To  ^V'7'Birin^  ���������Washlhgton.���������Wlthlh^^ four months  the tlnited States government ox-  pects to Start bu|ldtag 207 of the 95  .-' '.-&ips7 l .United  States Wvy up to treaty limits.  ,,'"Preside^ it be known  ? ���������'thtit?.th������!^l^OOJOO^O'OO?^appropriation,  ���������' ?'bttl7|h^7^iil-7;;submit vto?,^epngi-ess  7',' ;������hpr;tiy' would :.''^6vi'db'':V'h>pri6y"'- for  ,^lMii^  ,, *������lwy-?prqgm-^ .  ���������'.��������� ,Tha^ jblll, s  1 sdn.' pf 7'tliic"''(7fao^  will 'carry':nbout'' "^O.OOO'000 for the  first year's iwork on Biik: submarines  of 1,300 tons, 12 destroyers i.f 1.C00  tons and two destroyer leaders of  '���������" 1.850 tons.   : ���������"<-.,-'    .....  Spent Winter In North After 'Plane  Crashed Last August  Dawson Creek, B.C.���������Marooned in  the snowbound north all winter after  their aeroplane crashed August 21  last in the remote upper halfway  country near Cypress Creek, Captain  C. A. Simmons, Mrs. Betty Ross-  bach and "Pilot John Bonnell, all of  Chicago, have reachedj Dawson Creek  in^ their rebt^^ ���������  The party was exploring the possibilities of landing places between  Fort St. John and the "tropical valley" last August when the motor of  the machihe quit cold above Cypress  Creek. It was'-, completely wrecked  In the crash but none of the party  was injured. ���������?-."���������**������������������. V v   v.,7  Revolution In Wireless  Marconi Using Shorter Wave Lengths  Than Any Yet Known  -London.���������A revolution in wireless  communication may result from new  experiments now being carried out  by Guglielmo Marconi using much  j shorter waves than any yet I*cncwrj,  the Morning Post said.  Senator Marconi is engaged in the  first regular communication tests  over distances of hundreds cf miles  between stations near Genoa and'  Leghorn in Italy, using wave-lengths  of 50 and 60 centimetres.  The newspaper interviewed the inventor and was told the experimenters were obtaining "very fair reception, although not as good as we  want."  There was no apparent difference  between day and night reception on  the new wave lengths, Senator Marconi told the .newspapers representatives, but there were other variations  the. cause of which they had not yet  discovered. * *      7  Senator Marconi added the new-  waves greatly extended ,the range  and would probably, be applicable to  television.    He concluded they would  economic jrosiiion Still Continues To  ���������   Be More Favorable  Toronto. ��������� An economic position  "more favorable than, at 4any time  since about , mid-summer of. 1931"  was reported by the "Financial Post  in its quarterly survey of Canadian  business. "In the first two months  of-1934 alone," the paper says,"jobs  were found for over 105,000 men and  women. These figures crystallize just,  how far business recovery is making  headway in. this country."  The paper's index, based on 47  factors . in. business   and    industry,  _.-   - _- -  *��������� <       _ J������      ������.^         .... M. 1..        MAX. ,.  OJJUwa   O.   gcauj.   wm.    w-a.    jk/CJ.     v.cuw.    mmm    wj^.  past year.  With the two major exceptions of  export wheat movement and- new  building permits, improvement was  well distributed. Ia the case of  building permits, the paper notes that  i while totals for the first quarter of  1934 were down, March permits, were  higher than those of March last year.  For the ilr^L ^uartsr ths surve'w  shows, railway traffic improved -by  about 24 per cent, over , the same  period last -year. Last week's car-  loadings in the western division were  the highest reached this year," because of gains in livestock, lumber,  pulp and paper, ore and wheat loadings.  The basic iron and steel industry  has found, new business from automobile companies, mines and export  sources in recent months, the survey  finds. Automobile plants have been  carried on by good export business  and lately a "deluge" of domestic  orders.  Freedom Of The Press  ������CIb\A V mJAAAmmmmlmg*xsf  would  kind."  be   no   interference   of   any  Complaints Arc Laid  Montreal. --Armed with recent  amendments to the "Women's Minimum Wage Act providing for heavier  penalties including imprisonment for  labor employers who allow sweatshop  conditions in their factories, Gus  Francq, chairman of the Women's  Minimum Wage Commission, and  Luclcn Rodier, K.C., counsel, pro-  parcel complaints against seven  dressmaking firms ahd Judge Maurice Tetreau signed the necessary  ���������SUhWiaons; 7"'v"7 ?'������������������'? "'  Going To English Home  Calgary.���������Alberta's, rancher Earl  of Egmont, who had * heretofore refused to ?have anything to do with  his peers j in England, plans to leave  soon for the home of his ancestors,  ft was learned here. The Earl was  out of town" but the secretary to the  American      Newspaper      P*afolishers  Urges Members To Be Vigilant  New York.���������The American Newspaper Publishers Association unanimously adopted a resolution urging  its members to be "increasingly vigilant" to protect the principles of the  freedom of the press from' impairment.  The resolution���������watched closely in  view of .the fight waged by an  A.N.P.A. committee for a free press  clause in the daily newspaper code���������   ;J~J      _���������.     _���������JJ.:,.!,-���������_      ~������     4.8.^     WD     *  nvuiucu   txuy. uiuviisui   xj*.    ujc   uav.a.  or United States government ofixciais.  TARIFFS SOUGHT  BY DELEGATES  Ottawa. ��������� Delegations continue to  haunt the -offices''.-'of Hon. B. J-T.  Rhodes, minister of finance, seeking  cCuCesoxOaS with .respect to tsxatior*.  'and tariff .announced in the budget.  A large delegation of steel and. coalmen had a conference^ -with the"  minister with respect to'the reduced  r?r*>whs������r>lr      rvri      ������oft      CO"*!      -iibuv*!      -fnr  manufacturing coke, while another  delegation of steel men objected to  the widened empire preference on  iron or steel plates.  The delegation representative of  the Yukon Gold Company was introduced to the ministers by Hon.  George Black, speaker of the House  of"  Commons,,   who   represents Tthe  "****"**!   -aT��������� I-    I      I "*,*****l*t-.    __��������� ���������_   J_1_.  _1 JL1-.   mm.!_��������� .������--���������������     -^    W    - .     __  j. vuxxjxl.      J-ueV  wjueu   uiinr  OuieCtiOnS  to  tho protests  against  the  10  per  C������3.**f*       t-mtrnm    *m~m     mmr..^i  Any   rhanp'^a     the     cm-aa-m-m *xink   dS-  cides to make with respect to bud-^  get resolution will be announced as  customary,   in   the   House   of   Commons.   Mr. Rhodes promised the government's careful consideration of all  representations.  Will Net Large Sims  High Price Being Paid To Trappers  For Muskrat Skins  Prince Albert, Sask.���������First it was  hogs, and now muskrats are contributing their bit to the return of better times here. Within three days  approximately $25,000 has been paid  out for skins and still they are coming im  It is believed that at least 150,000  hides "Will be brought into the city  within the next few weeks. These  will ( net    tfappers     approximately  countess said plans would be  com  pleted soon, although no date of de-j $112,500. Prices are double what they  parture had been set. J were last year.  BRITISH MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE WEDS  Tax Applies To Old Oold  OttfiwiB,,--���������-Tho iinnruio 'department  has officially announced that tho  new tax on gold will apply to Bales  of old- gold to tho mint. Persons  possessing old gold: in tho form of  lewelry ov oddments will have to pay  the tax on precisely the same terms  i8*������ the producors of new gold. *  Seeding Almost Finished  Lethbrldge.���������-'In the Lothbrldgo section of southern Albert^, 50 peic. cQnt,  of tho -wheat -"ceding.haa been corii-  pleted and 24 per cont. of the sugar  beet crop is In the ground, With eariy  sown boi?ts showing in the rows,  S<icd In going Into a splendid feced  bod imd rapid gorn*|i-ri,atlon of all  crops Is expected. ?,7y  ...  m.,   .        w. m.*m m m  Vm Snow Plow������ For Bust ., _  Red Oak, Ia.~r-Sn6w plows wore  busy ih Montgomery county, fallowing the.recent dust-storm tho-t la"sh������  ������5d tho; wtatoci of Nobraslca and Iowa  and left the roads In this county  clogged with dust, in some places ono  to throe feet deep. Tho snow plows  I w������**r������. ������������n.ll<*rt out to" oi**-!*i,r t'ho' ���������**'0?rt*-,l*!.  New Party Aiignmcnis  "Gyents    Are    Moving    Behind    The  Political Scenes In Britain  London. ��������� Behind    tho    political'  scenes  forces  are   moving   to   new  alignments of parties preparing for  battle.  Sir Thomas Xnskip, attorney-general and true-blue Conservative, proposes  creation   of   a   new   national  gJV.M.mJf       X.XJ     UgUL     MUWCUIOUti  Laborites meantime hail the recapture of the North Hanjinersmith  seat as an emphatic condemnation of  the National government and endorsement of the Labor party program.  Liberals meet at Bournemouth to  consider policy and plans of campaign. ' ;  Sir Oswalt* Mosley's Fascists claim  -U���������'.     m^mm.S^l.m  xns        JL, GL^mMXMMjr  ganuiig v   51UUUU,     <u<  though kiot repreKenteu iu the house.  May Hold Conference  Imperial   Meeting   In   London   Suggested For Next Year "  London.���������In a, special despatch  from its Canberra correspondent, the  Times said the suggestion had arisen  during the visit of, Stanley Bruce,  Australian minister' to the United  Kingdom, an? imperial conference  might be held next year in. London  to consider questions of defence and  economic policy in the. light of the  Ottawa agreements.  The newspaper said feeling existed  in Australia in view of an apparent  standstill in disairmament negotiations the decline in empire defence  had created a situation of grave importance..?  Motion Was Defeated  Committee Rejects Move To Restrict  Head. Bankers' Pay  Ottawa,���������Tho house banking and  commerce committee defeated a motion by William Irvine, U.F.A.  member for*. Wetasklwln, which  Would restrict the salaries of high  bank officials to tlie amount currently  received as 3alary by the prime minister of Canada. The commltteo also  defeated a motion by the same member which, would authorize bank employees to organize for the purpose  of negotiating with their employers  with respect to salaries, hours of  Work and general working conditions/  Tho Right Hob. Walter Billot,-, British Minister of Agriculture, leaving  St. Baldrod's Episcopal Church, North Berwick, with his bride, the former  Miss Katharine Tonnant, half -sister of tho Countess of Oxford and Anqulth,  after tho marrlngo coremony, Many momboro of Britain's nobility attended  tlio wedding. ''"'..  Bombay Cotton Strike  ^Bombay.���������-The number of strikers  in tho cotton mill dispute had risen  to 50,000 here and all of the city's  40 mills woro -either cotripiotely de-  sorted or crippled. A detachment of  British policemen waa despatched to  Declines Test For Ago  Istanbul, Turkey. -���������Turkey's "Me-  thusalch,* Zaro Agha, haa declined to  undergo a test to determine his age,  fearing the experiment might detract 1 from his fame as the world's  oltScst "*ttf?."a. , . THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  A letter  Bif     at  jHQfU-er  An  UIU  l**.*B^r  ������a������������j  Stratford,  letter to  Ontario, was writing a  her daughter in B.C.  "Oh, Mary," she wrote, "I'm  sn glad to learn that you're go-  ingto telephone me" on Mother's  Day. As . I've > said so many  times, I can't tell you how much  pleasure your telephone .all gave  me last Mother's JDay, and ever  since you wrote that you we e  planning to call again this year,  I've been eagerly looking forward  to hearing your voice. Now I'm  counting the days/*'  Use - the long-distance telephone to "go home" to Mother  on Mother's Day, May IS.  The May meeting of Creston and District Women's Institute -will be on Friday next, 11th, at 3 p.m., at the home  of Mrs. T. 1\S. Edmondson. There will  will be a paper on Institute History, and  some musical numbers.  H. Cartmel arrived from kimberley on  Saturday and replaces R. B. McKay as  assistant provincial police at Creston.  Mrs. Cartmel is expected, this week, and  they will occupy apartments in the  Imperial groceteria block.  Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dickinson are  now occu ying the Mrs. M. Ross residence on Barton Avenue, Mrs. Dickinson arriving from Cranprook at the ffrst  of the week. Mr. Dickinson recently  purchased Creston Motors.  At the annual meeting of Creston Cooperative Fruit Exchange on Thursday  last the shareholders voted unanimously  to at once proceed with the ins allation  of an electrically operated cold storage  plant, to be ready for the strawberry  season  Rev. G. Kinney of Proctor will present  the movie, "The Covered Wagon*' and a  comedy under United Church auspices  at Canyon qrr Monday; Crestoh on  Tuesday, and w ynndel on w ednesday.  Silver collection will be taken to defray  expenses.  Tonight's social -attraction is the  benefit- bridge at the Parish Hall under  the auspices of   the basketball league,  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  ���������n  Mrs. T. LaBelle of Canyon!  was a patient xos* a few days. I  Joe Alton of Erickson was di*>  charged at the end of the week.  A. Wilkinson of Yahk relief 1  camp, is a patient.  Mrs. Joe Howell of Wynndel  was able to return home on Tuesday.  T. Lacey of Creston is improving. ,  ,     *    ^-. .  -  Cecil Moore was able to leave  the hospital on JJTiday.  Mrs. Jim Bateman of Canyon  is undergoing treatment.  Mrs. B. Franklin and baby re  turned tb Wynndel on Monday*  auspices  mi������k ~������������.������4., *-mm mi-mmr air ������ ���������r.*..:. w.ir s&r.r! ������r*  nivu  kaiua  w .?*������������������������ ������ ...������ ^.    m* ...v.,..,     k..���������     ....  admission of 50 cents The funds are required to enable the league to meet all  the season's expenses.  FOR SALE���������Cow, freshened De ember? heifer, will freshen November;  horse, weighs about 1100 lbs., and bar  ness: coal brooder, SOO chick sise; table  gramaphone and records; 20 one-year  old Rhode Island Red h������-*ns. Mrs.  Louise Hormann, Camp Lister.  Mrs. M Young has just disposed of  her residential property on upper Hillside Road to H. A. Powell, who gets  possession at the end of the month In  addition to the house there is an acre of  ground well developed, making the place  one of the most desirable in the village.  Mrs. Young will probably return to  England to reside.  Announcement is made that commencing May 1st all federal fruit inspectors have been withdrawn from Canadian custbme ports. For the past two  years no such official wa- located at  Rykerts and it was Impossible to bring  in fresh fruits, even in the smallest  quantities. From now on the former  order of things will prevail and fresh  fruits and vegetables maybe brought in.  subject to customs charges, of course.  W. S. McAlpine, who is in charge1'-of-!  the Farmers' Institute hate ery. is claiming a world's record*for. bringing out'  chicks. * Early this? week-^he discovered a  few desen healthy looking chicks on a  tray i. one of the incubators that had  only been' warmed up for 14 days.  These were customs eggs and it is presumed the owner had had the eggs under  a clucker for about a week before bring  ing them to the Institute hatchery.  Local and Personal  Good selection of pot plants and cut  flowers for Mother's Day at Cook's  Greenhouse.  The weather of the past week has  brought the only rain encountered during April. Showers that have prevailed  since Saturday have brought about  three-quarters of an inch of welcome  moisture.  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.  H. Christensen was up from Lewiston,  Idaho, last week, inspecting, his acreage  on the old Reclamation Farm. He an  ticipates that with such an early runoff  of flood waters it will be possible to put  in a crop this season.  Confirmation at Holy Cross  Holy Cross Church, Creston,  was very largely attended Sunday evening on the occasion of a  visit from Archbishop Duke of  Vancouver, whose diocese . includes practically all of the B.C.  mainland, who administered the  sacrament of confirmation to a  class of 34 candidates prepared  and presented by Father L.  Choinel, missionary priest in  charge of the local parish.  The day was a very busy one  for the visiting prelate, who  officiated at si miliar services at  Cranbrook in the morning, Yahk  in the early afternoon and later  in the afternoon held a private  *^BBkatB>aMKa1aV������kJaWka4a\AaTB^������JaB*Haj  ii B~fr I /K.a al*^ aaV I a'aVl *���������>!��������� A Ii A ��������� afraid ���������**! " A~  RENNIE'S SEEDS  ALWAYS PRODUCE THE BEST  m   "TPjaTX "Ha       *f"*"l ������*%,    ������    ���������""%. I"**     "���������"""" "P" 1     1%     "a**** atf*XatT*V,Tr'-   at"" tP* ���������***��������� "afakC*  : TOP GRADE FIELD ROOT SEEDS  SUGAR BEET, per lb    $% .38  Red Leviathan. Improved Wanzleben.  MANGEL WURZEL, per II... .������....$ .3S  Giant White Sugar, Golden Tankard,  Mammoth Long Red, Giant Yellow Globe.  FIELD CARBOT, per oz..;._.  $   09  Mammoth Short White.  ONION SETS, per lb..         : ......< $ .10  MELTING SUGAR PEA (edible poriy, pet lb.......    .24  MIKADO MAOISM, per pkt.... $> .10  Long White, Winter.  \  i  i  1  ��������� v.,  *>-  . -s.r,'Tj.'  J&&J  ���������  -;  Announcing ih  at  ^^ftHaV*  BBS   _���������   mraSi     HPa-ai    WkBB     ���������nft* tarn  mm   hb m   **-**���������*---������������������     ������������������  gSfa    sBe-aSa   ^aa^    ^^"dP bBS'Bb WrS?  f ^mtrmi aa"09 V *k******m* ap aTfi������ WAV** m wt*>*mTmm ^ **** awa,^^��������������� mm^ - ���������aw  ^--���������  smctnufGct-ustar.   Ws predict e***,**s-A  WmWrnVT  I. ... .  m>m    VMLy     W8AVB*      ill\UiVB|>������v.v.j.������^> mmmm    x-  greater success for these new, 1934 Chevrolet  Trvtclai, on display today In eu,r sHowsoosns!  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The class of 34 were drawn  from Canyon^ Creston and Sirdar  largely and the presentation of  such a large numbe speaks eloquently of the effective work that  is being done; by Father Choinel,  whose parish extends from Canal  Flats to Kootenay Landing.  /vor/oe /  Three Star FLOUR, 98's  i������ yojllliS  SvrVtfS ihe Valley*  $2.60  bbSISIJIS  Serves the Pass  mm.m^f.^.^/f.yf.-y^.^f.x^.xt-^m " Xr ������<ji������-,"V *V'*"w*",i*-"V"S1' *"  m.Vm  WATER ACT  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  his Hon ur tho IJoHtenont-Govornor, by  and with tho ndvtc������ of his Exocutivo  CvunciS. has been pScasc'jl.t������ order:  THAT tho reservation of the unrecorded waters of Goat rivnr and its  trihutarion, except Arrow Creole, in tho  Nelson Water Dtotrtct, which reserva-  tion wuh established by ordor-in-council numbernd 1457, approved'on the  21st <l������y or Decomber, 1028, bo cancel-  led,  TIk* mild cnncnliatinn nhnll bo effective  on tho 8t.h tiny or May. IU'14.  Dated at Victoria, B.C, thin 2������th dny  of Miirch, 18HM.  A WELLS GRAY,  Mlnlstor o! I������mr>d*������.  Excellent results have been obtained on potato crops. For example, a farmer at Wardner,  B.C., (name on request) increased  hia yield by six tons by expenditure of .$7.50 on ELEPHANT  BRAND FERTILIZER. With  results like this you cannot afford  to do without Fertilizer.  *���������   Eletthant Brand  AMMONIUM PHOSPHA TES  AMMONltlM SULPHATF  SUPER PHOSPHA TES and  -  COMPLETE FERTILIZERS'  Supply all essential plant foods, and can be obtained in  hundred   pound   sacks   from all good dealers   ot  reasonable-prices.  Manufactured by  The Consolidated Mining &, Smelting Company of Canada  B    Bmml/  #R B B BmmP'  B     Z  M ^ft.k #**11 mmmm       ��������� mmmm* ��������� Va**" .  LIMITED  Uwf������a if    Af>% mm,* ft   A'   la. VW4    V% "fl     "flp*S . A VJ ���������  ***%  Sh I   w* I^W A |>y i    a^v-ttriaf-fl   D*������*^*������*r������Bi**j"tf������i8***a. 7/  TH.S&   VMftmMlH   JttJSViiSW  =���������*"**������"*���������**������S.S     Sw������K������8a������     &,.%,������ <a#><V*-������������.*,������*������*>  j '. .     . *,-���������.,       .Ir--. V      ���������  -,    .   t -'   -  Harold Beninger left at the first of the  week for Trail.  "Say it with flowers" on Mother's  May���������from Cook's Greenhouse.    .  *-.    f  FOR SALE���������Kpisten one" man stump  puller,' $12.60. cash. K. E. Paulson,  Creston.  J. H. Hall of Victoria a Liquor Control Board inspector was here on his  official visit at the middle of the week.  A few New Summer Frocks. New Wide-  Brimmed Hats, including Mae West  models. Latest ,*Neckwear for a  Girls' Set. Blouse^- Hose, Girdles,  Fancywork Novel ies, etc. Come in  and have a look.  Lynne Fashion Shoppe  Upstairs���������Next Ross Meat Market.  Mother  loves  a  *nice   plant   or   cut  iivwcio���������via       in<iu4n of    a^ojt.  \J8Wl,UVUOO.  SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE���������  Singer, almost new, going cheap. Lillian  Lewis, Creston.  COW FOR SALE���������Jersey, 3te years  old, will freshen May 7, second calf. F.  "EL Jackson, Creston. '  Mre. Leitcb of Vancouver arrived on  Wednesday on a visit at the home of her  parents,- Mr. and Mrs. R.-S. Bevan. '  Jim Cherrington arrived on Wednesday from Edmonton, where he has been  taking third year work in the university  of Alberta; r--  FOR SALE���������Reasonable prices; Block  iO.Lbt 891: Block 3, Lot 8973; Block 3,  Lot 9403; Block 132, Lot 9563. Apply  Mrs^Vigneux Nelson.  sUrs Iv. T>svi-3 vi Eaku, woo has been a  visitor with Mrs. M. York. returned  home on Tuesday. During her stay she  she was gue-t at teas on Thursday and  Friday given in her honor by her hostess.  a-*~~>������ ftA K ITV   CSOl   ���������mmA*r*r%*mw ���������   ������     ���������   a>-������%* a  *������������������,--  WYMNDEi I CORRIE & SONS  ,   PH0KE52L        1 *,-*  i  an .*-������    *������__* ���������������!  C~.V������.   OOX  mfM.  GRESTON  PHONE 19  im  1  WHOLESALE  Al*  FRIDAY    -    SATURDAY  ,i  MON DAY g  !���������������������������,  UNLT IWU MUKE UAY5 TU STUUK UPI  Vmvv *������*e***-r *tar**������     a. v ������ A^t*ft*W/r%im.T   -" ������  _.��������� mmmJS SE^-II (""ftawH 9Srd iBafi  9        B    JS*, WkM 8 -8  Sss��������������� mv ������iiH**mm mi  m    - hbh mBf*.**mmW  at  CKEST0N. B.Q  ThiirsriiUM May 111 19M  Commencing at 10 A.M.  Oae bandred parcels of small acreage in  variotts Subdivisions in the vicinity of Creston  a*sd Srlckso's will be offered for sale.  *"hV������*������   -ar������o ������������*--b/-������*-b I'm ������������o      <-vP   l-otarBanrto     <rra<rl    a-aa-Bra/l-Bf-Trvrao     rx-F  JL   V> MUIUIUUIU.I4 XrM.       UV<8 BMO        U������IU      1/VIJUiVlUlJO        va  sale, apply to the Government Agent, Nelson,  or to the Department of Lands, Victoria.        '  K. CATHCART,  Ueputy Minister.  Victoria, B.C., April 19th, 1934. ���������  .'-"'���������- *        -/.       r'..-   -r- >.7-;?-  y.lUMp jL III I I     * ���������    II . I    I'll*    I   -8������������������j������l_     I   ���������IH.I.IH I .   n I   ���������   .1 .  PRTnP.iR TO T7"PT xrt~\T-ti> ryr\mri?'T'v>r\r.ir      \/rr\T*\? cs*o*i?r-T'AT cs ������  ,i J M  MILK, Tails���������Paeifie, sasitov St. Ciiartes, Oarriatiun, 9-31.00  PALMOLIVE BEAlJS. 2 okts.     .13  .ii. >  A. 8-.  LASKA WAFERS, per lb.  ROLLED OATS, Robin Hood, 8 lb. sack ���������    .4  I  Ft������tf������sK Oa*������������lir   ���������  S^m\mm>^s^SrSm    w    mmm*     mmm        4W%������*������14  ******  -     .     m . -    .  mm*mmaaHBKBm*mm  A - A WmHm*AA     mmimW WUmMAff  m  ��������� i**���������  FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE  fBElirrEiCsG&TAL.  REV, F. G. M. STORY, Pastor.  SUNDAY.. Ap&lL..22  ARROW CREEK SCHOOL���������2.00 p.m.  ���������Sunday School.   3 p.m., Church.   -  CRESTON���������11.00.a.m.t Sunday Schocl.  and Bible Class.    12.00 a.m., Morning  worship.   Evangelistic service at 7.30  MID-WEEK SERVICES���������-Tuesday and  Friday, 8.00 p.m.  THE OHUEOH WITH A WELGO^E!  SOHE!  ������������������   T-   -*��������� ���������&   ���������*-   ���������*���������*���������   a.a.a.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m   a.a.m.a. a.a   m. m.m. a . m  'm. m,. m. m. m.m. .  Mrs. (Dr.) McKenzie and Mrs. A. E.  Davies left cn Monday by auto on a  month's visit'-with friends in Vancouver,  travelling via Spokane-  Miss ' Betty  Speers,  who  has  been  attending Mount Royal College, Calgary.  tbe past term, arrived home on Friday  for the summer holidays.  Dance at Canyon * community hall.  Friday, May 4th, under the auspices of  Canyon tennis^������lubr? G������J-t*ra 60 cents,  ladies 26 cents? iiipper inc"ltided.  I  Steady Heat in Your I  Insures Better Health  Don't gamble, with your health by having varied temp-  ei*a1*vre*^in yo^  <3alt Coali ; Wildfire  Miciiei Furraace ..  TRUCKING and HAULING���������Large or small jobs given  ���������v prompt attention.  1  I  Ho S. MGORBATH.  COAL,    WOOD,       FLOUR,    FEED  g"-   WW"  ��������� lyUlB'V 'W   WW ' Cl "V V VV ^. vuiC."\;'V������l V'VyyV'aTfV'V'^'yv rii'T'*  Thrift  consists   in . spending  less  than    ybu earn.  ^k^J'HFJg^"    If by careful  economy you can  ^ufipr      save  money,  you  have taken a  A long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bat*  ances and shall welcome your  account. W  '"N ���������'*-.*  THE CANAJDIAN BANK  .7 -^cnp^odtik^^  C&pital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000 .  1  S  B������   .     ������Z-  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  m  WATCH IT  TAKE.  THIS  HILL  '   '   JK:'^ ' -     ^^feJiffl     %ff       "PI   |g������  ' '?' B.a.BaP-'BSVAay-  m   .-a-f%5? ���������', ,,.^PIBav''y ,   B ofe   r--*9i&W  :?Fji^  '.,'���������    ���������'   7 '''���������..,;.. '��������� **?::'77:'7: : -, if4 ','""���������',''-,��������� ..    ���������        ,   v..-,'    '   :''������������������.,���������"���������" ".-.:.���������    ���������'-:���������-'  The new Ford is more powerful, more efficient and even  more economical than the 1933 Ford V-8. The new  'ttluul ic^'buretio'fi''' system is Jtorgely .responsihle. iotr. ihin  and for the fhet that it is easier to start in cold weather.  Even in the coldest weather the 7v"-8 warms up quickly  add maintains an cflicient operating te*mpe*rature because'  of new thermostats in the, water lines,and thermostatic'  intake manifold heat control.  I ��������� '     I ..'".I- I ' ���������    ���������   .  Lmt u$ t*.k* you up aomm hllla !n thh mm������Mlng ear.  No obligation.  .iiocairy, mixing is- now tegai m xwoo e-  ������%a������������      Xmfmkm^rm*.      *n,*\A   m \\mmr\*k\r*\mwi ������ir     T vkv-fk ft*-**  A������a������jr ������������*V������IaBa-i ������l������*������Va )UaWV\j>lW^.     MUUVf ^^-a.������-  other streams the, opening is not until  June 1st, with Summit Creek, due to open  July, 1st.  34 candidates, ten of whom were from  Sirdar, received the-sacrament of confirmation at Holy- Cross Church Sunday  evening, Archbishop Duke of Vancouver  officiating.  Creston district escaped the full moon  period without serious damage. There  was one degree of frost shown on the  official thermometer at Creston Wednesday morning. '������������������"������������������  Tom Crawford, jr.. who has been at  -Alberta, University, Edmonton, or the  past term, is home for the summer  vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  W.H.Crawford.  Christ Church Woman's Auxiliary had  the May meeting at the home of the  president, Mrs. M. York on Tuesday, at  which arrangements were made for the  usual May Day sale.  During his stay in Creaton, at which  he which he officiated at a confirmation  service at Holy Cross Church, Archbishop Duke of Vancouver, was a guest  of Dr. and Mrs. Cllvier.  The marriage' is announced of Mrs.  Elsie Stewart, widow of the la e Albert  Stewart, to Ronald Stewart, both of  Creston, at Sandpoint, Idaho, April  11th, probate judge F. J. Long officiating. .    '. '     i   ���������������������������''��������� [ ��������� ' ���������'  The softball club dance on Friday  night at Park pavilion was fairly well  attended and with music by the Cres-  nonian orchestra ?wa-j���������.8**rijoyed by thosp  propent. The holders of the lucky  tickets in the cashdrawhia contest were  Dr. Henderson, Mah Hea and, Mr.  Mart������H of Wynndel.  ���������aaaI8������aAjBBaVah^a^a^waa>>Baa  Sprettsg ������mpm*aw*������nB&nt&  Y*%n&-nmr* *a������Tr It'S'BBlaf^flTi-nr^  'Pii,#"f"iti*nr ivt trnfrnfmifiT T\mxr twallre**?      ."KSvi-ritnr  m*.   wwaiig   mmm   v^aj      mawm- ww~      ** m^f^+jAji^ m.   aa������u^  up the driveway? Anything you want- hauled away?. If,.it is  SAND or GRAVEL, or prompt and satisfactory rsei-vice at  any kind of haulage, give lis a trial.   Charges are modest..  tH FWIEL we are doing our best to give you value for  your money in CORBIN WASHED COALS and .TEWELL.  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I YIVw  .-**WI0l Ol .     i%n(ga^   >agpr   Naaa*- S,      aa*     ���������wai������'   *���������,"���������,'��������� . ������PV . . JS^S  Local new Post Card Fhotegiaps, 3 fir 25c  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  run: i^.ihx.ai^;i^' bi-o'ric ���������TOCE'' .RE" yaJB^vi; ;<DEEoTONl  ;v-  '���������**������:-  R   1    a  COLORS  FREE ��������� S*nd tha  grant af 2 BIT Packages for FREE capy  ���������f "Tha A. B C a*  Hesse Bus Siskins"  t������ Matin K- ^Hurtao  Ca. Ltd.. 4"B..<&*I������-  wania   8������$,   Tsrsst*.  Get exactly thc color  you want from the  new Instant VRit range  . ?. . instant, because  soaks right ' and?  STAYS . . . never  leaves streaks or  spots   .    .    .    and  it  makes    evezythixii  *4>  you    use    it    on  positively lovely.  it  8"w"������" !& Stla^WIS'^i^SlB&Si 'SJafls*^  Some Idiotic Contests  MEWl  ' "������**������ Jsi?H5? ������?sga*-*f  ClssolVa-isln'i^aal^  --W(II9T.I)' p*ppm������r:G5  tri-rraWTTi-r %r  ���������pnirk  ** yMj  The "new Italian 7,000-ton cruiser  Emanuele Filiberto was launched recently.  Six Scotch lassies destined to become Canadian brides dlsembarksd  from the liner Duchess of York at  Halifax recently.  Mrs. John Cherry, aunt of Arthur  "vv. Cutten, -Chicago wheat . king-, is  daad at her home at Gait, Ont.  Frank "U Cutten, Medicine Hat, Alta.,  la a brother.  German unemployment decreased  last month by 719.58S persons, according to insurance companies, and  574,000, according to employment  bureaus.  The North-west Mounted Police  force was established in 1873; it be-  CSLiXie   thcr   iXOyai.   I5* OltSlW���������Si   oi.Ciuii.cu  Police in 1905 and has since been renamed the Royal Canadian Mounted.  Craze For Needle Threading Is Most  Foolish* Ono Yet.  We are" told by the ladies who  write pieces for the paper that the  needle-threading craze has reached  Vancouver?  This entertaining form of folly consists of an open competition in  which the contestants. vie .with each  other in seeing which one can jam  the most threads through the eye of  a needle.  We'haye had successively "dance  marathons, rocking chair marathons,  hog-calling contests, rolling pin heaving matches, flagpole sitting, piano-  playing marathons and even liars'  contests.  But we respectfully submit that  this frenzy for threading needles is  the most asinine one cf the lot.  Idiotic .contests seem to be in our  So let's establish another one.  Instead of competing. with each  other to see who can dance longest  or call a hog the loudest, why not  compete to see who can devise the  nuttiest kind of a contest to keep  the other nuts busy?���������Vancouver  Sun.  las  Jews in various parts" of London.  have appealed to the police for protection against persons who have  been covering their houses and shop-  fronts with ajnti-Semitic labels.  Germany" is placing extensive  orders -for aeroplane motors in England, the "Daily Mail reported. Bids  "were called for and one manuf&c-  turer alone received an order for 180  motors.  One of the largest sums ever received aa ''conscience money" came  to Hon. Ft. C. Matthews, minister of  national revenue, in the form of a  bank draft for $5,400. The letter containing the draft was postmarked  Montreal.  Firing of the royal salute by cannon on land and answering barks  from the guns of the -warship Rochester, marked celebration April 24 of  the centenary of St. Helena, thelone-  ly little isle in the South Atlantic, as  a crown colony. Napoleon died there  in exile in 1821.  **Aspm*,^0m&kiij*MjjmM\mm** i   ii*]irnnr* nirifTrm' w w ������������������ mnnx mx  Winnipeg Newspaper Union J  Precious Glass Of Water  University Of Michigan Values It At  Ten Thousand Dollars  The most precious glassful of  water in the world���������"*il0,000 worth���������  is under lock and key in tlie University of Michigan laboratories,  guarded as jealousy as radium.  It is "heavy water" in its pure  state deuterium oxide, discovered  only two years ago and valuable in  the treatment of cancer. Profs. J.  C. Kalford, Leigh C. Anderson and  John "ft. Bates have worked out a  plan to increase thc university's  valuable supply to two quarts within  two years.  A report on the process was given  nt the meeting of the American  Chemical Society in St. Petersburg,  Fla. Prof. Halford hopes that the  water may some day provo valuable  in curing the ailments of old ago.  B'fi*? fill fi    BfifffKA        "tffi'*,BHBl^J* Bfl   fl m\ff (fffP"  BB o LIVUC mm mlmlb  YOU FEEL %w WRETCHED  Wnlc������ u������ your Liver Bil������  -Na Calomel necessary  i-nt-m  For you to- f������el healtUy und happy, your  <rmr rrmnt pour two nniin-M nt lirjula bllo '   *  fttur liowoU, ������v������������y U������y.    Without tlmt I .  wituhli-alurl*. l'oor������l'a������������Ufm, Hl������w ���������liminAuon.  Itv*r rnuBf pour two noun* I.  >ur liowoU, ovary Ui������y,    Without tlmt hike,  nubia, atur-Ui. l'oor������l'a������������t'fm, HIaw ������liminntlo  -ffolaona in tli������ body. Ooner&l wr������tcHeMlneaa.  How nan you ������������[>������-) t to olMr up m ���������'tua.Unn  Ilka- M* ������omj>l������t������ly -with m������ro bowel-marina  ���������aha, oil, minora' wittur, laxativw unruly or  allowing cum, or j-oiihIih������������T 'I'liey don't wako  aj> your liver,  Vou niw! CuriBr'a Tattlfl TJvw Vim. Vuufty  wnxalnHIa, HhI������, Qufrlc Hnd'iur������ rtaiulta. Aatt  wr ih*m by name, itefuiia tubnUtuUa, atto. At  &S1 4rui,(jl8U������< 64......  mmmmmmmmmmmtmwiKmwmmmvmmmmmmmmiimmiiii nmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,  VV.    JN.    0.    20.U  J8UBJ,  8O..4.X.       -BT������ -. ~-������������������-  jabtafaa    iMigci^  BB  Tfl Piail IMiT  B ***-"-  .1   BB-flBaV    *j0*J B  !F YOU HAVE  ac?d mmm  a  ������������������������������������a>������������������k������ai������������������ii������t  ��������� a*a**������������a������a*������ajaji  i        HEME ARE THE SIGNS:  : Neuralgia, recline of Wr*lrno������-i   :  ��������� KnaSlseajtfan Si������������*Bl������e<i.n������i������  ��������� L4Ma> of Appetite Mouth Acidity   -  S Nausea* Sour Stomach'  A"tS-is30ilCStlG2S  SUNDAY SCHOOL LE^OM  MAY &  JESUS ACCLAIIVLED AS KING"  Golden Text: "Wherefore also God  highly exalted him, and gave unto  him the name which is above every  name."    Philippians 2:9.  Lesson:    Matthew 21:1-46.  Devotional Heading: Hebrews 1:  8-12. -n  ���������cr������  VTHAT! TO DO FOR ITS  TSK"-*���������-2 ieaspooniuis or  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia in a glass o* water  .B.BB.  r  ISP  ^>  every morning when you  ?:et   up.   Take   unother  easpoonful   30   minutes  alti>r *atincr. And another S  before you go to bed. g  Oft-r-Tflke    the   new !  Phillips' Milk of Majnesia S  Tablets ��������� ont tabM  for :  each   teaspoonful as dl- S  rected above. !  ^���������.������������������������������li������������Bi������������ ���������*���������(���������������������������������.. ��������������������������������������� mm........mm.mm.S  if you.'-"'h'sve Acid Stoni^ch; don't  worry about it. Follow the simple  direcUonsj given above. This small  aosage oi jrmnipa (iv*iik o* ivx������ia$uvstH  acts at ones to neutralize tho acids  that cause headache, stomach pains  and other distress. Try it. You'll  feel tike anew person.  But���������be careful you get genuine  Phillips*7 Milk ot Magnesia, or  Phillips Miik oe Magnesia i abieta  when you buy���������25c and 50c sizes.  ALSO IH TABLET FORM  Each tiny tablet is ths  equivalent of a teaspoonful  of Genuine Phillies' Milk  of Magnesia.  MADS IN CANADA  l^killipa* !jMilk of J^i.ag-aesiA  SPKINGTIMIG    PRINT ��������� AND     J  P"Ri"G!CIOUS     MODEL.     THAT  ADAPTS ITSELF SO PEIt-  ���������'FBCTLV FOR ALL-DAY  WKAIt  it is another little dress that you  can slip into in the morning and  wear right through an entire day.  You will sec here aro very modish  sleeves cuffed in a most attractive  manner. The neck is becomingly  draped. And the skirt, paneled at the  front to give you a tall gracious  appearance.  Later for frankly hot summer  wear, you can make it with short  sleeves as in wee sketch. There are  numberless fresh washing silks for  your choice, handkorchlef lihen prints  and lovoly cotton prints.  BtylC5 No. C96 is designed in s'zes  14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches  bust. Size -MS requires 3% yards of  39-inch material.,.  Price of pattern 20 cents in stamps  or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap  coin carefully.  now To Order Patterns  fill     | ..   I.JI..J    .m  Addrnsn: Wlm-iipef*: Newnpnpcr Union,  17H McDowwofr Xvo., Winnipeg  OXYGBN  *"By Gordon H. Guest. &LA.D  It has been known for centuries  that the air. contains at least two  components���������an active and an. inactive one. More than a thousand  years ago the Chinese called the  active part yin (oxygen). They discovered that this active gas combined with sulphur, with charcoal,  and with some of the metals. The  inactive part^is nitrogen.  Experiments show that approximately one-fifth of the air is made  up of this active gas known las  oxygen. This element not only occurs  in the air but is found most abundantly combined with other substances. It comprises nearly 50% of  the earth's crust, about 89% of  water, 65% of the human body, and a  very large part of such substances  as saltpetre, limestone, brick and  naortar.   , '. ."*'������������������'' , v '  Oxygen is a gas without color,  taste or odor;? It is a little heavier  than air and would be unsuitable for  lining zeppeiins. It is very slightly  soluble in water, 100 cubic feet of  wt ter dissolving only about 4 cubic  feet, of the gas under ordinary conditions. There is, however, enough  of the gas dissolved in water to supply the needs of flsh, which are coldblooded.  This gas does not burn itself, but  it supports burning or combustion.  It combines with a, large number? of,  other elements. This tendency is not  very great at ordinary temperatures,  but at, higher temperatures oxygen  reacts very vigorously, usually giving  off heat and light. The substances  produced when elements combine  with oxygen are known as oxides,  and the process is called oxidation.  Many oxides occur in nature as valuable minerals and ores.  Oxygen ia not only tho most  abundant element but the most useful, because life, heat,-and light are  largely dependent upon it������ Considerable quantities of oxygon are used  for cutting and welding metals by  thc oxy-acetylene blow torch. Oxygen in tanks Is used to restore tho  supply in tlie air of submarine boats.  It has been found that aviators who  ascend to high .altitudes, whero -the  air is rarefied, get only half the usual  amount of oxygen and so become  "dopey''. An equipment has been  designed to supply J the bitygon from  a tank through a connecting tube to  a face mask covering tho* mouth and  nose.::    ':���������' ���������',.. ('.;.'>"'-"������������������������������������'. v'' ���������     ��������� ���������   '  Physicians sometimes use oxygen  tanks for patients "who are sulforing  from pneumonia or suffocation.  Explanations And Comments -  tt-.^-^^jj^^. jm^..        a,M. . m.i ���������.��������� ���������  Kavytwaaivus      x.vr      bare      Ariuilipuua  Entry, verses 1-6. When near Beth-  phage, not far from Jerusalem, Jesus  sent two of his disciples on ahead to  find in the village an ass tied, and a  colt with her, which they were to  lnftfiA and brinir to him. If tho  owner objected, they had only to say  "The Lord hath need of them," and  ho would allow the animals to he  taken. Matthew added that this was  done in fulfilment of the prophet  Zechariah's words (12:14-16),  ".A." *r"l"ii"-il"<*' ss the crowniji0* of s.  new monarch and the flourish of  trumpets and the kissing of his hand  by the great officers of state proclaim him king, so unmistakably does  our Lord by riding into Jerusalem  on an ass and by accepting the hos-  anrtas of the people proclaim'himself  the King promised to men through  the Jews,' as the King of peace who  wan to -win meti to his nils by love  and sway them by a Divine Spirit."  (Marcus Dods).  The man. who owned the colt aad  let the disciples take it for Jesus'  use, was a better follower of the  Christ than many cf those who?acclaimed him at hi3 triumphal entry  of Jerusalem. "Deeds often show? the  state of the heart better than *wbfds.  Loyal service - is better than- hosannas.  The Triumphal Entry, verses 7-11.  The disciples followed instructions  and brought the ass. They put their  loose outer robes upon it for Jesus to  sit upon, and the multitude with  them spread their garments in the  way or cut branches from the trees  and spread them down for Jesus to  travel over. "Some have ridiculed  the idea of spreading them down for  Jesus to travel ovet\'_ "Some have  ridiculed the idea of spreading  branches on the road as offering i*n-  credible' obstructions and dangers;  and yet the orthodox custom, in Russia, in a. funeral procession, is to  spread the route with branches of  fir." (W. A. Grist). Because of John  7it2:i3,'it has been generally supposed  that the branches were palm branches, although John only mentions the  fact that the people came out from  Jerusalem to meet Jesus bearing  branches  of  palm.    We   know  from  M5L \*t ?  xvevelatiuQ 7:S that palms were carried as symbols of victory and rejoicing.  John tells us that na&ny people, excited by the news of ^the'raising of  Lazarus fwhich he records), hurri������.d  from Jerusalem to meet and do honor  to Jesus, while following with Jesus  was this other multitude of Galileans  on their way to Jerusalem, to keep  the Passover. Both crowds united in  crying, "Hosanna to the Son of  David!"  "Roll, your" Owners**   from'  coast to coast-will toil you> -  that OsdoiVs Fine Ctst is A������  star turn on the smoke enjoy- -  ment mogram.  Ogden's Fine Cut {jives them - *  what they want, tunes them in -  on finer BdvourPvfiner frag-:  *ranc@/ cooler smoking and'  easier roiling.  "CB.C.**   (Canada's   Better  Cigarette) Tobacco ���������*- that's-  Ogden's Fine Cut. Try it ���������  wffrfi "Chontecler*- or*     "  ��������� -���������., **k4 a. ^��������� ���������-_���������������������.-. ___-���������_^..-.. .V-...'!!-*  TOSUV        (lapvi*. a waa   n  never find ci more satisfying*  cOaTibSnation for "rolling your  own,"  OtiBEN'S  F  i   N   E      C  U  T7  Recipes For This Week  CBy Betty Barclay)  P.S.���������At any Poker Htand Premium Store or by moii-yow can get  m������  ��������� a . ���������    . m mrn^t      ...       a_   mm  o large oooxiera or ' A.nani������ci������r  or "vogue" cigarette papers In  exchange for one complete set of  Poker Hands.  .1  Baims issiea'S Of License  CARAMEL BON BONS  Vz can sweetened condensed milk  which has been caramelized  3 cups confectioner's (very fine  ground) sugar  1 teaspoon vanilla  1 cup toasted cocoanut or chopped  nut meats  To caramelize, place a can of  sweetened condensed milk in a kettle |  of boiling water ancLkeep at boiling  point for three hours. Be sure the  can Ib kept covered with water. You  can prepare several cans at a time  and open them, from week to week as  desired. Open up the can of caramelized sweetened condensed milk and  blend tho contents with sifted con-  fectlonQrs" sugar. Add vanilla. Drop  by teaspobnfuls onto toasted cocoa-  nut or chopped nut meats. Form i-ato  patties or. halls- Chill in the refrlger-  ' ator.'  "Depression   Practice''   Cost  Alberta ���������  $8,0Q0 Last Year  Hamilton (Ont.) is not alone in its -���������  loss from, marriage license revenue.  The same condition exists in Alberta, -  and it cost the province .$9,000 in  1933 because young couples had their  marriage banns announced in church  rather than pay the ffS license fee.  "All   denominations   are   doing   it  now," said Donald 'Jatacjcie,. provincial  statistics   registrar.     Hamilton   city  jreported  revenue  loss  of  $1,000 be-  caixse of the' ."depression pmctlce."  iu  4,  i  .. '.  Pattern No.  Namo  ������������������������-������#������������������*  Size...  ������������*������������������������    ���������4������liSk*������*������4*4*������e������������*a������  t   >   I   M   H   |l   MMIMI   M   ������M  Town  ..���������..���������,,������>i,.  IHIIDMtllll  I   M  k I  I M  ��������� )  .   I  ��������� I I  > I  M I  I I I  ���������  ���������  Clood Advice For "Parents  Dr.; NbiTnan O, liutton, a pastor  in Wellosloy, Mass;, said a wise thing  when ho. decl^rijtiv^pu cannot guaiv  tintoc the sopii'rityJ of|l your children  with wealth. Lcayu. them, mpderutoly  poor if you would do well by them.  Bring them up?tb appreciate the flnor  things of life ahd' let thorn live  simply. These arc the best guarantees you can leave thorn.'1 And tho  beauty of tho whole thing In that  tho avorago parent can Hvb up fully  to. til!*: Ideal."  rOTATOKS, VDAS AND CARROTS  To two cups of mashed potato add  one-quarter cup heavy -orenrri,- 1 teaspoon onion juice, 1 beaten egg yolk,  1 teaspoon sugar, salt and pepper to  taste. Beat until Hght7 Form a  ring bC this on a Bli allow buttered  baking dish. Fill contra with cooked  peas and carrots seasoned with sugar,  salt and pepper. Dot potatoes with  butter. Bake just lonfjf c-nouch'to Iicat  thorpughly and Sightly browiV i>Pi,jatp.  The "hunks" eaten \>y tho prodigal  son In tho Biblo parable aro identified in a. Mediterranean legume with  St. BTohn'ti broad, saya Llpwolyn Wll-  a sweet erllblo pulp, which Is called  liama, botassiot.  pUNICOTKA   Cigaretto   "frloMer  ���������bsorbfl   the   nicotine,   pyradine. .  anunonU and reslnou-t and tarry * -  substances    found    in    tobacce-  ���������mok������. ^;/:?,^.';,','     7',.-^.-7 ���������'/???  Complete hold������r with -reftlj* *���������-:  81.00   -postpai/V   or   trom   your-  Druggist or Tobacconist. Dealers  wonted evftrywhers.    ? '-7, {.$.:  '  WOW -ivilTAJNAMlLFu FROM ..' '".  .. 7,   *now*.  oiiiraiBMuia ��������� i"������i.  Z.*iiiii������u    ;  ' ''."the'wi'-W-atftn Co. Ijtmltbil-  Utfeetts "Drug- i*������t������*ree,    -  ., toiW^aoy'* ������J������*������������������r  tV-u^  ��������� ���������' 7./������.-?������. "1/tvnslili-r'.' -  VtVihcrtotA Drue ty****,  ?r'7'?*^sr-*M;t^������^l^  '":': ��������� ������MA*rfj-������ni������ 'wamvn������: 7  CHANTLER & CHAW ilMf LTBt  Cbuiadlnn DlMfcrlbuton'at,  ������D Wellington Bt. W.  XOUONXO, Ofimt.  .'V  wi^w������>U.*W*WtW������������*t'**  '...1|������(������t*rt i-(������t"tfci *.*.���������������,!  ���������ur**r*������w^>A^mk*m*^mm*ii4*^ JLmlAU  WimXAi*'. *  ���������  af������T? M"5STi*,*r������%"W  -^ a. ^, jMjk. jm   w- m. . *  HL  IT?.  ^  jCttUiLmr.  Xmss w6rR  ^A<a.&������a&������aa>   -*@ABB������Eassaes>mS  %vwn������i i     ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������--���������������  Cook- fish, meat and vegetables  tH Canapar, you will be, delighted with their new flavor  dealers or write���������  J of everything he could give you and  ��������� anything he could do for you, even  * if you   had   to   live,  on   practicaiiy  nothing but love."  ,     "Oh,  but that would have   ruined  Peters career!''    , ,,  "Axfrl what is your occasional wife  plan doing for it?" '   *  Camilla sighed and gestured helplessly. 'T don't know. That's just it.  Nothing is right."  . Rose offered cheerfully, Oh, he  will get over it and everything will  be okay again until the next round.  AH husbands and wives have to  quarrel about something once in  j awhile."  i "Not the, pure-gold ones you were  1 talking about. " Rose, you didn't tell  1 me what class Peter is in."  1 Kt^Tt mmmm mm'mm^.mm.  J I-���������-.��������� 4"������ * ������ -* J~ At*���������-��������� ��������� Jl  -K.V*-"L4      *m7JLA\MmmJ.\mm,      XXMV TV *      ^>J*,������*0������a       maAJkJm *C������7a>      V-fc  kj   BT3Ua^BS5E^    UH  BISCUITS aM  "AaVlS   1/  mimrnlX  000ASS0HAL WIFE  UkaUl-jklAX     Ja\W*atA������*       W W JtJ*#*_-������.������-iiatAay  Author  of    "Joretta",    "Lipstick  Girl" Etc.  evwAimo  Camilla   Hoyt   and   Peter   Anson,  -young  and  In  love,  marry  secretly.  -deciding to live their own lives opart  until Peter is able "to provide for her.  Peter Is a young, struggling sculptor  -trying to win a competition for a  -scholarship abroad and Camilla Is the  adopted daughter of a wealthy family. She Is not to inherit money  when she comes oi age - and so is  studying commercial art in the hope  ���������of landing an agency job. Others in  the story are Avis Werth, another  wealthy  girl who  is  trying to  winr  ��������� Ddfa^  Sylvia . Todd, - r-etef S  moaei,  and Gus.Matson, Jbis former roommate with whom he has quarrelled.  At a party at ah exclusive club  Peter entertains Camilla's guests  xnrit,u BJiipersonatloriEi. When the rest  ���������of the members of the party go to  a cabaret to continue the gaiety.  Peter and Camilla slip off to the  beach oy themselves and fail asleep  on the sand. When they awake it is  early morning and Avis and another  boy are standing near^them. This  makes it -necessary fwrCamraila tar-an-  nounce before the party that she. and  Peter iare 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 fn securing employment. .Mrs.  Hoyt is--also informed that Camilla  has obtained work and is going to  leave the Hoyt hotisenolct . Avis  Werth rents a studio on the same  **&oor as -Peter,- and invites him to  have lunch there. He accepts reluctantly, but is favorably impressed  with his visit. Camilla surges Peter  to accept some of her earnings to  help him along, but Peter refuses and  they quarrel. After Camilla has gone  from the studio, Avis Werth calls and  persuades Peter to accept a loan of  $1,000.  .([Now Go On With Tho Story)  CHAPTER XLI.  Camilla, told Rose then of the disagreement between Peter   and   herself.   She found some relief from her  - confidence in a sympathetic listener.  Rose nodded soberly. "I expected  it. You might have known it would  hot work out."  "But,' Rose, if this way doesn't;  what would? It seemed to bo the  best plan In every way."  "The  best; piari would have  been  to wait until Peter was established  before you married," emphatically;  , "Bdtttiat might.bo for years. And  wo love each other so!"  "Sure^ Tthat's juat thp trouble, ho  matter what class the. man is In or  Whether it's a case of love or duty.  The no-JCt best?,,thing in your case  ���������would* havo boon for youto lot Pote*^  take car������ of yo*ti arid makeU*o -best  m  *mkm**W ** ^R"**m ^*1*wr 7 '   ^^""J*^ ^"j"""" ^"jji^ TiPJ P9 *T"3*^^  Reduce some women to tlie  petulant shadow, of their own  smiling  selves.  Others take  eft's,'.Vegetable .^Compound  when they feel! [the ?tf Miles'*  coming on.?It steadies quiver-  Jtiii; neives... helps to tana up  the fionerol heulth...gives them  more pep . > ��������� more ciumiMU  LVDSAE. PIMKHAHS  VEGETABLE COMPOUND  I 8  II  HI  nm  wmmmimm  mt-  Wx    N\'Ui   20U  course. Peter is no man of habit���������  he's too clever. And if you ask me,  I'd rather have a man who steps  aside once in awhile because he has  some brains and originality, than a  man. who is loyal because his wife  is just like eating and sleeping, to  htm."  "You mean you wouldn't mind if  he were untrue?"  '  "Oh, sure, I'd mind it. But what  could I do about it? And who has  everything" juat the -way she wants  it? I'm just saying that half a loaf  is better than none and that if your  man is in that first or second class,  you have none. "None of that romance and sentiment -that women  crave. That's why* most of them  have to get a substitute, like listening to radio crooners."  "But what shall I do about Peter?"  "Nothing. .Just go to see him as  usual and act as if nothing had happened. Men don't weigh and remember every "word 'that's said like a  woman does. They get over a quarrel  as easily as they get into * it But  don't mention money to him again.  "Let him sen. appies for a living, if  he wants to be-so stubborn "and independent." She laughed. "In a way,  I -admire him. I'm sorry for him, too.  Peter's^ a grand guy, but he needs a  lift somewhere. If he don't take it  from you, maybe he will from someone else."  "Who?" Camilla inquired anxiously. "  "*'Oh,'"someone will recognize his  talent, perhaps, and get around his  pride complex. I hope so, for his  own sake,- and --fours." [ ���������* /  " The shrilling of the doorbell startled both of them.. They looked at  each other inquiringly, for they seldom, had visitors.  "It's probably Peter," Rose observed. "If it is, I'll get out, so you  two can talk."  "Please don't I don't think it  could be Peter, though." Already, her  heart "was racing at the thought.  "Well, you won't know until you  open the door." She smiled to herself at Camilla, who sat as if glued  to her chair and yet looking as if  she wanted ,to fly to the door. "Just  a second until I get this sewing out  of sight."  Camilla, patted her hair and powdered her, nose hurriedly before she  called into the speaking tube,  "Hello."  '."Camilla?" inquired a voice that  caused an exquisite delight to vibrate  through hor' whole being. "It's  Peter."  As if she didn't know! Already, sho  had pressed the electric button to release the downstairs lock; and was  outside in the hall waiting when he  reached the top of the, stairs. His  long legs always scorned: less than  tWo or three steps at a' time.  Ho   took   both   her   outstretched  hands and kissed her eagerly, drawing her into  the room.    "Darling!"  .'^Poter, I'm. so glad to soo you!"  'slip-'whispered. V ���������'".���������".���������������������������.  He tossed his hat onto a table and  looked around. VHolIo, Rose. Am I  ihtruding?''. ' '-\V"?7-;   7,7 7  '-.'ji-''Not at all. I'm tlckled7to death:  you came. I wanted to go put homo  and uqq Ma tonight, but Camilla did  npt -feel, Ukp going and I didn't want  to leave her alone*?' ��������� Npw I can, run  p-lorig,'' :,v-?7:'.', '-���������.������������������.���������..;��������������������������� '',-������������������?������������������ 'r'"l~  VVVhy/ yoii.novci* sald-^-" Camilla  bej-jri-du   ' V- ;71V ������������������ 77 7? '���������' , ��������� '":.''  ? 'i '���������''Of * course not. I knew you would  insist on staying alone. I'd rather  not como, back tonight, either. Can't  you stay, FeterY" /.-'',,;,.  *'Why���������if Camilla wants me,'"  ��������� "Well you two 'ctm settle that, I  think X know what thp answer will  be," aho said roguishly. "I won't bo  bpek, anyway. TH tako my slip out  and sow tho lade on: thP   machine.  Woman s Digestive Troubles  Everyone who is, subject to any  form of indigestion should know of  this woman's experiences. Advice  from one who has had such severe  attacks is advice worth having. She  writes:       * -  "I suffered from indigestion, gastritis and .constipation,   and   was   so  .Cry Iii,  ���������*��������� uau    \\jmm  ^������,uivai  auviv,c;    K\J  live on soda biscuits and milk for  three moutns. vVeii, a friend advised  me to take Kruschen," and now I am  pleased to say my troubles are ended.  I can eat and enjoy a good meal  without &ny painful a-fter-e^ects, my  skin ia rleirer���������in fact, quite clear���������  and there is no sign of constipation.  I would advise anyone suffering the  same to take Kruschen."���������(Mrs.) M.  R. TV  The immediate   effect   of   the   six  natural flow of the digestive and  other vital juices of the body. Soon  a������te? you start on Kruschen you will  find that you are able,to enjoy your  food without any distressing aftereffects.. And ,as you persevere with  the "little daily dose," you will see  that the relief which Kruschen brings  is lasting relief.  That -will be much better and save  me a lot of time." She -was collecting her things as she talked. She  stood before tlie mirror and adjusted  a red beret over her soft black hair,  buttoned the collar of a tweed coat  under her chin. '"Chilly out, isn't it?"  she asked Peter.  "Rather," he replied. "You don't  mind going out alone?"  "I should say not: It's early yet.  Well, goodbye, you two, See that you  treat our guest right," she admonished Camilla "with ja siy ^wink.  "Nice kid," said Peter, when she  had gone. "Too - b*td. she hadn't &  chance like you."  "I don't know. Ia many ways,  Rose is wiser than I. I envy her  sometimes."  "Camilla, I came to apologize for  the other day. I'm terribly sorry,**"  he confessed.  "So am I, Peter. But that's all  over. Let's forget it ever happened."  She was in his arms, with her arms  around his neck, close.  "My precious!    I   wish   it   hadn't  Farquhar. He died penniless aad'  writing a play that has survived for-  two centuries." .      *  "Tell me about him.   I dont' know  .'the story," Camilla prompted.  "His story fits plenty of- others  like him. But he^ wrote his masterpiece on his deathbed, when he knew  he was doomed to die, and in* extreme  poverty. The play was a tremendous  success from the first, but he lived  for only a month after the premiere.  Imagine the irony of that-���������audiences  roaring, at the "humor of his play  "'������������"; **e suffered the last agonies ox  a slow death- And the t)lav is still  a success���������just revived in London  last season and made such a big hit  that they're bringing it to America.  Such is fame!" , ' r j  "Sat, Jetxllug, genius gets a better  break these days than it did two  centuries, ago."  He nodded. "That's what makes  the struggle' worth while; that, and  hoping-that even if I'm not recognized while I'm living, I .-night produce something that would add to  the beauty of the future. Sculpture  is more enduring, %& least, than a  book or a picture that can be hidden  away or lost,"  Had Camilla known what* power  sustained his hope and confidence,  she might have been less happy in  sharing it. But she supposed that  Poter* naturally buoyant nature had  righted itself in, his contrition over  their quarrel, and that he had-worked out hii problem to satisfy his  own peculiar pride. She did not  know that' he had dined that evening -with Avis, and had brought  away with him some of her faith in  himself  and her  own  ultimate  vie-  I DB1EADED  ___        i  V0F GREASY /  / POTS AND   Y  l 1  "li 0 ranon ������kH  4mAkmW^fJkfkmAmma"w*.m  *I3n������#*         -ftTTK-t'll     *��������� r-������-afat������\������4- ell ntfalB)              t   A*. +���������  hmWltrkJAA. 4*        %*m* WW*  tory.  She was, to discover in the days  wiuCit jiuuvwcu, 8-u.cvl. xx. you once pUt.  love away for even a little while,  and then take it out again���������it is  never the same. It is like a flower  that is so fragrant and beautiful that  you want to keep it forever and  jiut it away between the pages of a  book to treasure with memories; but  when you take it out again, it is  not at all the same gorgeous thing j  that you once had in your hands.  (To Be Continued)  again, just as if it" hadn't.    "Except  Ct~~~~       ~ **nm     -    ^l^.^.>4- ...,.������.���������        ~_~.        -__���������.������  pjCCUC,    .   VBCCbl, UUU   V        OC*Jf C8.JLIJT    f  XMJ.XJM.X3  .about���������that." Which is the way men  apologize and repent,   with   no   re-  '14w.+mtmn4.Zs������^wc*      *TWk     *������jf^,w*.^������^>jfBir������^^i������������iaf������ ''a^fca*4\mw     mm*\ a mw  -U* Ok\m* VA*/Ai������*      1S4.       K'^fAA.\mtkm,tmWm7A\^AAim'* ��������� ^      -V JL&\* JT       AJLMbJ*-  regret what has happened, but somehow the woman is still'wrong in their  opinion.    J ,  But like all women in love* it was  enough for Camilla that he "once  mere hold her close instead of drawer  ing away from her, that his eyes  looked deep into hers with confidence.  "It was I who had ��������� the blackle-  biues that time. I haven't felt so  low as long as, I can remember. -But  everything is going to work out aU  right, somehow." His optimism vv*as  a happy surprise to Camilla. Heretofore, it had been she who encouraged him. This mood, must be the  rebound from the depths'of his recent despair. It was so delicious to  relax in .his arms and in tlie buoyancy of his mood.  "You just forgot that the kind of  thing you are doing can't be accomplished In a. minutp. And tho best  things in life always take tbaae to  accomplish."  "I don't mind w-aitbig for a reasonable time, but I get panicky sometimes when I think about some of  Hhp old boj-s of the pa"?t who had to  die before the world would recognize,  them, I may not be a genius in? their  class, 7but look at   the   fellows'liko  '-i.il. i.1,,,1.,1,,.1,1,1" m 'T'sJasai!1*-: :'",'"���������: ���������:l,i���������'rT���������i;i",,,a;iil'���������i ,'i,",", ,:s.r>  J fa cauBcd by -failure of kidnoyn to  vomovo uric acid poUon������ from the  blood. Gin Pills relieve by neutral-  Iain*--" thia acid arid restoring that  7 UdncyQ to ."aormal action'.^-rSQs Q.  7 box at nil druggists.! V)'-,:;?;?: ,i..; -  Utile Helm For This Week   ?  "I was afraid and went and hid  thy- taaeflt iu the earth, lb, there thou  hast that is thine."   Matthew 25:25.  Time was I shrank from  what  -   ^,was right, -a    -  From fear of what was wrong;  I  would   not   brave   the   sacred  fight.  Because the foe was strong.  But now- I cast that fiirier sense  And sorer shame aside;  Such dread of sin was indolence,  Such aim at heaven was pride.  ���������-Z. H. Newman.  If the really devout man fall3 into  some error he does not fret .over' it,  but rising up with a humble spirit  ho goes anow on his way rejoicing.  Were ho to fall a hundred times in  the day he would not despair, he  would rather cry out lovingly to God  appealing to His tender mercy and  pity. Thc really devout man hag a  horror of evil, but ho has still greater  love for that which is good, he, is  more set on doing right than avoiding wrong. Generous, large-hearted,  he is not afraid of danger in serving  God, and would rather run the risk  of doing His will imperfectly than  not strive to serve Him lest ho fail  in tho attempt.-���������-Jean Nicolas Groii.  New Russian Loan  Big   Domestic   Loan   "(tunning   Ten  Tears Announced tty Soviet  ?7,?7.���������. i        GoyormnOnt 7������������������������������������'' .J:  Tho issuance  of  a  now  domestic  loan, aggregating 8,806,tiu0,000 rubles  and-running 10 years, had boon an-  *iouncad by tho Soviet upveriimont.  It will bo known as; "tho loan- of  the second year of tho second fivo-  yoar plan'' and carries tho optional  cholco of either a lottery or interest  bearing bonds, which will pay 10 por  cont. annually. "���������  A panhandler approached 1* -busl-  hpss'man, "JLot mo havo a dollar for  a blto to eat, will you?',; ho asked.  "A dollar J" gaspod tho man. "For  a blto to, oat."  "Juot say 'yoa' or '-io,M.. ropllcd tlio  I tramp.    "Don't toll; mo h.ow to run  my bualnoao."'  It cuts thtoucii  cr-re-a s-ft -r��������� m a ites.  &���������         mesay kitchen  iva^0    -vwuj *  g ^ujjit pe a slave to Jatc&ea  JLmmr dlOTCS. Just USe ***. Solution  of one teaspoonful of Gillett's  Pure Flake I*ye dissolved ih a  quart oftcold* water, it puts an  end to stubborn "Stains. Lifts  grease and grime ������j"f like magic!  Gillett's Lye is indispensable  ������or sux your, ueavy cleaning . . <>  for stop} -f up drains . . . for  toilet bowls: Order a tin from  your grocer today. Say good-bye  to hard rubbing and scrubbing!  ���������Ncrer dlssolvo lye In hot -water. Th*  action of tho lye Ittelf Iicata the water.  FREE BOOKLET���������Be sure to get  thc new revised Gillett's Lye Booklet  ... it tells how this powerful cleanser  and disinfectant will lighten dozens of  household tasks. Contains full information for soap making, thorough cleansing and other uses on the form. Write for  /res copy to Standard Brands Limited,  FrAscr Ave. 8sLiberty St., Toronto, Ont.  EATS WSBST  Wfns Unique Contest  Pipe smokers bestowed their praise  on G. F. Jones, winner of a most  Unique contest at Calgary. By keeping his lowly corncob1 alight for ono  hour and 32 minutes ho defeated 185  contestants in a race for a title of  sorts,    bnly one match wno uHed.  ������B-aaWBaMWaBW������������ll������tWM^^  '���������*w*%\ ��������� **%*   ���������"���������I* Mr**' HtM ' mm *m*  HJB  0%.     Q      Baaaa   M>i3  ,, Q     ������Z9  l~    A   LUt   Ot   ������������������WanUd   Inventlofia"    an*  "       1M11 Information Sent ITraa 00 n*QUa������t  I6ia RftWISAV Co. D3^*  CYflOAMK ������T-  OTTAWAa   On*,  !i.isa������r*iT������  TOBACCO FOR SALE  8 lb������. MILD SMOKING TOBACCO  '7   ONIB IDOO^AIC    7  fOBACi BOX 103, CHATHAM, ONt  ^i^<W������tiWBMaili|ii:a-*-||Bi*iiWlilWll*l WKWaii lapaiw^aia.lana THE   CRESTOH   REVIEW  .-Local ana rersonai  FOR SALE--Democrat, in good shape.  F. K Smith, Creston.  Celery,     Cabbage    and   Cauliflower  plants at Cook's Greenhouse.  ICE BOX FOR SALE���������In first-class  shape, $15.   Enquire Review Office.  POTATOES   FOR SALE���������Good for  seed.   Apply Geo. Hobden. Creston.  COW FOR SAt.E���������Shorthorn, good  milker, gentle. $40. C. C. French,  Creston.  Order your Tomato and Pepper plants  at Cook's Greenhouse.  JA\  IThe proverbial April showers wsre conspicuous by their absence last month.  BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE���������In  first-class  shape.       Mrs.   V.   Mawson,  Creston.  Cook's Greenhouse nas a good assortment of Flower and Bedding Plants.  Order now. '-','  Mrs. M. Young was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days at the end of  the week.      ������������������-'���������'  The former districts of East and West  Kootenay have been merged and wiil be  under Mr. Dixon.___Mr. 7 Ramsay has  been transferred to wiiiiaros Lake, in the  Cariboo country, where he wiii be in fuli  charge.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������30 acres, ori  will take partner.   John Loubet, twin  Creston Athletics will play their nrot bridges, Canyon*  out-of town baseball game at Nelson on  May 13th.  ;The unusually hot weather that  obtained last week has shortened up the  blossom period $nd- bv the sn^L of this  week the blos-soms wilt be pretty well all  off.   Cherries are setting very heavy.  m\^mm*tam^^aA^k^*Awmmm9%*lt1m * lJ*mmA^kmmtlmmmmAtAmJmmm  ������Aiaa-aVa.a%a^a'BVaa-aa^a'*kal>aa'^ ��������� Ak. . Amk. . .% -, Ay^j^ jfe.  Dr. J Olivier was renewing  snees in*->Telscu a couple of ai  acquaint*  ays  Creston branch of the British Isreal  Association of Canada was formally  organized at a well attended meeting at  the home of Rev. A. Walker on Monday  evening. About two dozen appear as  charter members and the branch officers  are: President, W. Liphardt; seeretary-  treasurer,- Hilton Young* directors. E.  Gardiner, W. McL. Cooper, L. Littlejohn, T. Goodwin and W J. Craig. It  is planned to hold regular monthly meetings at which talks will be given and as  often as possible have addrsssses from  outside speakers conversant with the  association work.  WBU*-'(-  vwu~r-a V  mm\K~~L.l   *flBfa"a?iiiii*nr  iruvijing  BII111U  "urviiu  iii  I Si  n  UmK*%ma  row  **��������� ������**_���������*__  BBUBI a 8888*18 jra  vniuuiGS-  thanks to lira famous Genera!  ri..*,:,     AiinFira    iniriTnn  ciecErm durttf AUHAiUii  Let us demonstrate this  G-B Washer in fast time.  X^rMJX-MJtXJMXAX;      WUUCI       *A\jCkXXr**X'XSX  is the last word in efficien-  ericy. Prevents tangling or  "braiding*' of clothes.  important features.  Prices are low and you  can buy on Easy Terms.  i West  onto Power & Light Co, Ltd  CRESTON,-   B,G  first of the week.  The roundup of the cattle off the flats  was completed on Friday last���������just exactly a mpnth earlier than in 1988.  LQST-~From Arrow Creek Fox Fftrm,  one silverV fess* 810 reWard> ali**?s  and uninjur.d.   P. M. Wiltse, Creaton.  Mrs. K. Ketttewell of Trail arrived on  Saturday on a-visit with her pare-ts,  Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson. Victoria  Avenue.  FOR SALE���������Myers Bulldozer pump,  3x4 plunger, 600* gal. p.h., self oiling, in  perfect condition, $65. W. Toweon,  Wynndeh .-,.���������?'  *JfJ������_ W ���������  .T~ immUJmAm   *.*     /"������-l^���������_., A 1V.nl.l-H.  iuioo ja. ajijpaaaaaw xj*   .^������.8jk������mj,8   .-.iwqiw.,  arrived at the end of the week on a. visit  with', Jber ' parents.   Mr. and Mn*.  w  Liphsrdt.  We receive shipments every week of  newest  home   .and    afternoon   ladles*  frocks,   attractive style? and patterns.  IS. A. Speera:-  PHONE 38  "V'WVW   \iti'W"W*mW  'yyii't1  't'T'fa-oi*'^1* WW  '^-^���������^"i^1  ������������������������>���������������������������������������>���������?.  jx.A...m.A..m.  ,>i>.,������i>iaia  m.A.m  a  m,m A.  i aa.na  anatiwii  mMX.mmmmxmm.mmm  THE Pm&NDImY STO/?������  Always a Soiree Jr  21  94  any housewife to serve the* best the market affords.  THE     CO-OP.    GUARANTEES   QUALITY,    SERVICE,  ^���������Wx'm'yi. -^ ^-m\-*mwm "���������     * *I -V-..' ~y \ *������������������.-���������' .-- - ��������� ���������  iftllUtii:                .-     -    .-   .-,:.                                                  -..'������������������'.-. VV'-7-  - ���������  JKl���������jlim    T     i&S : _  ... ..   -���������;  .. ..  COFFEE, Nabob, 1 % per tin ....... ...  GOCO.4, Cowan 's, 1's per tin j.....,.-...............  MILK, Borden,s, Pacific, Nestles, tails, 3 tins   ICING SUGAR, lb. ��������� J  COCOANUT, Shredded, Sweetened, lb. ./....   suAf* r csr mix, i oars.          .23  .29  io  .23  26  yum omimivmR  reston Valley Co-Operative Assn  Phone 12  CRESTON  |WVWMfMaM������MWWMMHHHM^  ���������vwwm'www  W" T'fT^-8  [ira****������������fl*r*i*c  BRIGHTEN UP BY USING  3iW90  Their Paints have greater covering qualities, combined with lasting colors. These goods contain a  greater per cent, ofvWhite Lead and Linseed Oil than  the lower priced paints, and are consequently cheaper.  FAMILY PAINTS for outside and inside use.    Sixes:  Gallons, Half-Gallons, Quarts, Pints, Half-Pints.  SHER-WIL-LAC Stains and Varnishes:   Dark   Oak,  Light Oak, Walnut and Mahogany.  ENAMELS:    White, Ivory and colors.    Pints, Half-  Pints and Quarters.  VARNISHES include Rexspar, Marnot and Excello.  Fast dry Varnishes and Enamels.  Due to the hisrh water on the fiats the  Rod and Gun Club crow, shoot, s set for  April 27th, has been postponed until a  later date. v  Mrs. J. R.oyce of Toronto, Ontario,  arrived on Tuesday for a short holiday  visit at Creston, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  M.R Joyce.    ;;?  The Ladies' Legion Auxiliary are entertaining at court whisc at the Parish  Hall, Friday evening, May 11th, with an  admission of 35 cents.  CANOE FOR SALE���������16-foot Feter-  bpro varnished - eanoe. compete -with  oars, outriggers and paddles, bargain-  Enquire Review Office.  s With the flate-flooded W. M. Archibald is Using* the new airport east of  Kitchener, and reports the field in good  shape f or both taking OS? anu landing. .  POTATOES' FOR SALE���������Netted  Gem for seedj Green Mountain, a good  table potato; SO cents per 100 lb. sack,  delivered in town. Fercy Boffey Creston.., 7 ,77.'\  The bulb tea with sale of home cooking under Women's Institute aus-bices at  Trinity Church hall on Saturday was  only fairly well attended, having a' cash  intake ot but $15..   .,.-_.  R. ST. Bevan3leff*:at the first of the  week for Mi&wayT'where he is. again employed by the CJaiiadian Bridge company  Limited, whfeH bas a contract that wil!  require a couple cof months to complete.  -., Thie cooler and ?wet7weather that set in  On Saturday has slowed up tulip shipping  and it will be~ late next week before the  last - of -the blooms have moved. The  outgo ;for.. this year will. be?over 8000  dpzens.   v-_;' '7 77'  Creston board of trade has its May  meeting on Tuesday night at the town  hall, at which the resolutions to be submitted at .the Associated Boards* c-on-  vention at Graiid Forks at the middle of  the jnenth, will be approved *  Georgina Paulson is the winner of the  Congoleum rug given ^way in a guessing  contest at Speers' store, which closed on  Saturday night. Her guess was 2631, and  the correct n umber -was 2649. The  drawing took place Saturday night with  Margaret Torchia doing the drawing.  R. B. McKays who has been assistant  to R, H. Hassard with provincial police  work at Creston for almost the past two  years, has received a merited promotion  in being transferred to take charge pf the  work at Corbin, for which town he left  on Saturday. Mrs. McKay .(nee Ena  Christie", left to join him on Mond y.  MAN WANTED-~To. handle distribution of famous Watkins Products in  Crestoh district, selling and sprving  hundreds of satisfied customers. Must  be neat, reliable hard worker and have a  car. splendid opportunity for right  party For further information apply  The J. R. Watkins Company, 1860  Hornby St., Vancouver, B.C.  Wm. Ramsay of Nelson, district public  works engineer, paid his final official  visit to Creaton o Tuesday, coming this  far to imake a trip over the local ter itory  with his successor, A. Dixon of Cranbrook, whom ht-v accompanied to Nelson.  Canadian Legion Women's  Auxiliary, CreBton Post  '. ' ,*'��������� -,   ������������������    ���������'. 7. ,.������������������-.    ��������� ������������������     , ���������'���������  Qtwurt Whist  leaaaiaiaaB-tiiraaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaajiaaaaaaaaal  i    ' ' " . ' "      ���������'    ��������� I  I'"-';      i      MEN'S -I  ��������� ' ������������������"���������-. ...-.  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'at^the''"  m .1.3i'������. , KJfm.il  A   tit*.***   MMWM**  CRESTON  '6n'  E*Q^m-|,|i|Ni||   P>  GROCERIES COMPANY    LTD. HARDWAnE  ii^:������3Wiig;[ii*^^  i ��������� ,  riday, May 1  Cardo at 8.00 p.m.  A Jm*njl.m       '" *' ^aCai.  Ja^LCIKITIftSftlOlfla '    ���������       a       "IJOCbM  includinrb supper.  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  WMammwrn   ��������� .aWf      ��������� ^BaWaaHf aV "8By .       -..<*****MEH,-.,   aaW ���������'���������'..,,.,,.���������' ��������� ^aBB**Ba^.  This store is headquarters for thrifty shoppers/There's  a reason���������-many of them���������of which ,the following  are a few samples���������  Taylor-Forbes Lawn Mowers....... ..$9.95  STEEL RANGE, High Closet, Polished Steel top           ........749.00 *''  Garden RAKES         ...v..,........;.       .75  Gavanized    14   Mesh   SCREEN   WIRE  from 24 to 36 inches wide-  Steel  Frame WINDOW SCREENS.  We recommend our  KYANIZE FLOOR FINISH  Varnish for^ yowr Linoleums  ���������which makes them last long-ei*.  Pratt 6% Lambert QUlfCK-DkYI^  in all shades will please you.    Easy to use.:  >.  mmkmJ^ "���������*'���������'   mfmkmw mWMmmJ.   '   Mm'   I        .   Mmm^d ���������JMmA*i .    * fi^.   *W^  "������ ai'     Mm aw  Dry Goods.       Clothing.       Hardware.  Furniture  |_^ ^u^t wiw^V^iaWwurvr

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