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 pbqVjncjal:']  :      -   M t ^# I. S/-1, n r s  7-  -V--!  7?**^;v,:*:s  VICTORIA, B.C. i  *���������*������ ���������I ���������'���������.. j  0   '>  Provincial*??.'  *+*  **"*"*  ���������-i  - -��������� j *.  .    ( r -V  nfc. i - t  .  '**-'  .  i fl  "V  ESTfON  JUi'W  Vol. XXV.  CBESTdN, B. C. E^IDAT, JANUA.RY 11',, 1935  No: 37  Death Claims  j m- i r  Former Resident  John A. McMahoiv Had Orchard H������ares 1912���������Oldtirne RasU  road Official���������Remains Taken  Ontario for Interment.  In the death of John A McMahon,  who passed away Thursday evening at  the heme of his son-in-law and daugnter,  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers. with whom  been visiting the ��������� past three  Creston has lost one of its  visitors, and one who f r a  years was a permanent resi-  a r.    ryi./.'VioimA    raimraorf-u    Aacf-     t\f  the sleighing facilities afforded by the  snow and are busy at work. Ear! ������������������ morning auto users have had quite a time  breaking the trail between here and  C i esfcon but no mishaps are reported.  Work was resumed on the highway on  Wednesday morning following the holidays with quite a Targe force on hand.  Owing to the caterpilkr having to do  snow plowing it has been found necessary to engage a team of horses to assist  in rock removal.  Alice Siding  ���������a  Principal Page returned from Rossland  Monday, and school resumed operations"  the same ���������morning.  Mrs. John. Spratt was renewing acqain-  ta rices in Nelson last week, a guest oi  her daughter, Mrs, Welch   '  Mrs. B. Giiietz of Cardston, Alberta,  has returned home after a visit with her  mother, Mrs. Stace Smith.  Lumberton to resume work as principal  of the school at tbat point.  For the first time since July thr  a short interruption in  service early Sunday evening,  Mr: and Mrs Leslie * arris returned at  the middle of the week from Lethbridge,  Alberta, where they have been visiting  friends  Miss Gladys Webster, who was home  for the holidays, left ^on Mond y to resume work at the. Michel-Natal consolidated school.  Me Alpine Again  Heads Institute  Reports Submitted Show Better  Year in JAH Departments���������  Egg Business Expands���������Better  Powder Storage Facilities.  The    annuaC,  Farmers*  afternoon in  Institute  tie   aaa  months,  frequent  couple of  <rll������r>+-      n  ^-.*"~���������      v             ��������� ��������� ���������    ��������������� ���������j������������������ ���������&      ������������������     ���������-  town.  Deceased, who was -in his 79th year,  wasa native of Hinchinbrook, Ontario,  who at the age of seventeen years commenced railroading witb the old Grand  Trunk system, now part of the Canadian  National line, staying with the company  until 1926, at whicb time he was road-  mas er of the Home-Payne-Ottawa,  Ontario, division.  From 1911 to 19-13 he was a resident  at Creston on the prese t J. W.'~-Hamil-  ton'Orchard.property, which he sold to  the Hamilton's in^tbe latter year, and  returned to Fort William, Ontario, from  which city be came.to Creston.  He was married in 1885 at Lanark,  Ontario, "to Miss Annie* Mitchell -who  predeceased him in 1922. A -family of  one son. Clarence of Fort Willlans, and  three daughter , Mrs. Myers and Mrs.  McEachera of Toronto, and Mrs Speers,  Creston survive, aloug with a sister.  Mrs. A. L. Cameron of Creston, and  two brothers, at Vancouver and Sydenham, Ontario.  Rev. A. O. Thomson conducted a  short service at the Sneers' home on  Friday, and - on Saturday morning the  remains, were shipped to Sydenham,  ���������"���������"here burial took place on Wednesday.  mmm  "CfeSj*gS   Gi     vuc    8yuuic8iOv8a   iQug���������,   Ci  which deceased was an active me   ber.  During his  residence   and occasional  visits to Craton deceasedjmate-quite .a I foij&e success...of the dance is-duettbis'  number of fn nas who-wiil'deeply, sym-1-��������� *.__j.���������.    -  meeting    of   Creston  wa8_held Saturday  their hail.. The attendance  was larger than'in former years.  W. S. McAIpine, retiring president,  reputed for the board. As on former  occasions the report dealt mainly with  the work of the? advisory board of the  Farmers' Institute, and the recommendations made k������ the government- Commenting on his attendance at the district  | ^convention Mr5,-McAlpine expressed' his  Miss Helen Moore left on Sunday foiPi ^���������tprise'at the keen   interest evident  pathize wit"b, "those bereaved. , Mr.  Mrs. Speers accompanied "the body*  for the funeral.  and  east  r%'r\������M net  r-r������  and dance m  ice Siding baseball club at the home of  Mt. and Mrs. J. H. Webster on Friday  evening was most successful. Whist was  played until 10.30, with the high score  prizes taken by Miss M. Phillips and' H.  Ostendorf, while the consolation honors  were annexed by Miss El Sutcliffe and  C Raymond. After cards a fine lunch  was served and dancing followed to music by Crestou Swenaders v-pieceorches-  tra, relieved by Miss" 'Tomlihson" and  Ron. Smith, giving mucn appreciated and  enjoyable dance rhythm  in  &", ^.districts fit" matters affecting the  wella*!-*- of farming communities, and felt  E that Creston institute, now the largest  s July tfarre was * ia the provinceTfor the amount of busin-  the eiectnc light  ess done,'sKbuld take awider interest in  these matters. L. i  At the store steady progress has been  shown during the year. Eggs have be n  more plentiful ������and, in consequence, a*  large number had been received at the  grading station. The , report proposed  the"building of a local powder magazine  for the convenience of those wing stumping powder.    ,.  Malnutrition: due to mineral deficiencies in feeding Muffs, was reported on,  and a fhehxieal analysis of the various  mixed feeds was given in detail.   It  was  the community hall on Monday evening  to a rather small sized crowd," with. W���������  Hookas chairman. A collection taken  to defray expenses accounted- for $3.15.-  It will be recalled Mr. Evans spoke here  about two and a half years ago.  . The December report of Canyon school  shows 36 pupils in attendance m Principal Hunden's room, with an average attendance of 34.8. and the following taking  the high standings: Grade 8���������Helen  Hnmble.   Grade    7��������� Jean     Spencer.  V. ��������� mmXAZm.      \m uw A.rs/UmmmmMMMMm.^ . V-. m������.mi^.     %M  Miriam Spencer. Perfect attendance���������  Leona Browell, Henry Gartland, Sidney  Gartland, Mike Hook, Mike Huclack,  Stanley Gardener, Everette Kelson. Alva  Osborne, Billy Seminick. Miriam Spencer,  Inger Solheim," Elva Strong, Bertie Tedford.- Mary Zackodnik, Jerome Jarvis,  Fred Clayton.- Kenneth Kolthammer,  Vivian Osborne, Carl Nygaard, Mary  Nygaard, Borg Oteon, _Jean Spencer,  Joyce Clayton,. Fearl cdiiespie, Annie  Huclack, Helen Humble. -Harry -Nelson.  * in Division 2,Miss Knots reports  enrollement of 31, with an average attend  ance of 30.1. Those taking the proficiency   standings   were;   Grade   4���������Ira  Death Summons  * -  ���������"-   i    ,  Mrs. H. Truscott  Olson.   Grade 3���������Guy Browell  /-a J-  uriauc  noted that  8-1.,.  -T  Institute's feed for live-  ��������������������� v."  UlUCU  vrjb-utit  coming orchestra:  ������waar  Mrs. M.  last week.  wyntt&el /  Ringheim was a Nelson visitor  Hans Hage of Kuskanook was a visitor  to town, Saturday.  . j S. Wilson was a business visitor to  Creston on Monday, by car.  Mr. and "Mrs T. Rogers were visitors  to Nelson for a few days this week.  Frank Lombardo jand T. Malahoff  were visitors to Nelson over the weekend.  W. S. Harris of the Bayoone group of  mines was a business visitor in the  district.  The water as indicated by guage at  Slough bridge reads 1.42 a fall of 0.8 for  the week.  Gunnar Larsen of Canyon is relief  snowplow driver, the plow operating day  and night.  Birth���������At Creston Hospital. January  8th, to Principal and Mrs Fred Marteiio,  a daughter.  Dolf Weir brought in a brand new  truck for the public works department  on Monday.,  Frank Hamilton was among those in  attendance at the wedding at Canyon  Wednesday last.  r* "*  Les. Dee, who hao been on a visit to  Creston and Cranbrook, returned to his  home on Wednesday by car.  Frank Warwick of Veraoh������ who was a  visitor hore while attending tho Van-  Aelteroii-Wilson wedding, returned home  Thurndny.  Thc weekend saw a break in thew ether for the worse hero, althoughJt was  mild no rise in tho water level has taken  place, so the How off must be considerable.  Sam Bysouth of Kuskanook was a bus-  in^ts visitor to Croston lost weekend.  Mr. und Mrs. Marteiio; school princijpiil,  wore at Creston at the weekend travelling by cnr.  The caterpillar with snow plow attach"  ment hud to go from hero to clear the  road between Gray Creole and Crawford  Boy of snow and has boen engaged for  tho punt several days in that district;.  Tho heavy snow last Monclay was re*-  t-poiislblu for the Greyhound stage being  held up nt tho west ond of tho detour.  The ljuuHuk.utn'ii wort) tul'cti to their ,den*  tinntlon by car nnd r*ervlco resumed tho  following day. ,   (  Mr. Boimccj", who has been relieving  Mr. Rnchow, hoc tion fo remit-"* a Kootenay Landings loft for his home In Proctor  at tho beginning of tho weok on tho arrival of Mr. Rneliow from tho const, whoro  ho line bnpn upending his vacation.  Handier.'" wlie huvo Luy to ������������mov������  from the Hals itro taking advnntuHo o"  F. C. Robinson of Nelson was a business visitor last week.  Miss Marion Cooper of Creston was a  weekend guest of Miss Leah Abbott.  - Mrs. A. Glasier left last week for Blake  on a visit with her daughter. Mre. M.  Rollick "  Tbe January meeting of the Ladies'  Aid was at the home of Mrs. Paul Hagen  on Thursday last.  Adam Robertson of Crestoh was a  New Years' visitor, a guest at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. J G..Abbott.  Mrs Grady is holidaying with her  daughter, Mrs, Hook, in Spokan . M.  Saunders is in charge of the ranch.  School opened on Monday with Miss  Sutton and Mrs., McGregor in charge of  senior and junior rooms respectively.  Sirdar badminton club were guests of  Wynndel -club on Sunday evening in a  friendly tournament, Wynndpl winning  ten of the twelve gam-*e played.  The nume from the culvert to divert  Duck Creek is completed and it only remains for the dragline to complete the  ditch to turn he water into its new  course., Thp light waa off quite a while  on Sunday owing to operations close to  the wires. ��������� i    ���������  stock and poultry were higher in protein  con;ent than was the case with many  commerc al mixtures. Members were  also assured that the mixed feed .contain  ed the ��������� minerals that are considered  necessary for 'proper development and  growth, > The.?re; ort concluded -**Itfc a.  teview o the local butter situation.  After the adoption of the report and  financial statement the meeting endorsed  a hearty vote^f^thanks, to,tbe ������Ulcers  *afnd:fstaff'-d(\titer;"Tnstirute" fojrr^tbelf  services .during^'1934; - The new board of  directors elected is af follows:  President ���������W. S: McAIpine.    **  Vice-President���������F. H- Jackson.  Secretary���������John P. Murreii.  Executive���������W. H. Hilton and  A. W.  Sinclair.  -   Before" adjournment the meeting considered matters in connection with the  ������U:������1������#%M    v������������������ a, ..v. _*.������..    a^a.hj:. ._    _~.-3   Lii.i,acu    iia.Cucij'     up������;t ���������aa.iuiio    caaiu     rraj/o  and means of securing a high standard  in    butter    production    Recommends*,  tions endorsed for farther information as  to_ the   new regulation for commercial  VifU f-.fiaho~Ma*ac-   a**/I ������������������ l-������.0 -nisvnUoaA ***f vv\an������v>*w������*ir,������'aui-������  incubators.  A recommendation sponsored by F.  H. Jackson called for the services of an  expert buttermaker to provide lectures  and demonstrations in up-to date  methods.  2���������Jim Spencer.. Grade 1���������Jean Hale.  Perfect attendance���������Lawrence Tedford,  Leonard Nelson; Ira Olson, Kenneth  Bateman, George Seminick, Hazel Jarvip,  Clara Bradbury. Alex. Huclack, Guy  Browell, Annie Hook. Gerald Bateman  Rose Strong, James Spencer, Edwin M o-  berg, Irene Nelson, William Bedry, Avis  Osborne, Peter Hook, June Bedry, Lloyd  Strong, Alfred Olsen, Phyllis, Osboni,  Frank-Bedry. Jean Hale, Jim Gartland.  Farmers ore taking * dvantage of tho  excellent sleighing to bring homo the cut  of hay stacked on tho flats. The snow-  plough was through hero on Saturday  night and spoiled tho main road for  sleighs; This conveyance Is tho only ono  for tho hills and nnless we have some  froBt and moro snow it is just too bad for  the farmer and his hay.  Anglican Church service was held at  tho home, of Mrs. Rumsey on Sunday.  A flhurr-h meeting was held imra diatply  following whon Rov. M. C. Percival reviewed tho year's work. W. "Towson  wan elected vicar's warden; G. Rumsey.  pooplo's warden; Mosdnpies Towson,  Rumsey and Davidge, with Messrs. Andestad, Davidgo and Towson, th ������ church  eommitloe, and aluo to uct us tho building committee, A. E. Towson was appointed soc'rotary.  Tho K.K. Klub \H.uh well patronized by  both loc;.l and Civ.>U>n bu-jkeilmU fu*'*-  at tlio "January mooting on Wednesday  evonlng last. In a gamo which, though  woll roforood by F. P. Levirs of Croston.  was docldodly rough and tumble, Cecil  Moore's Garage downnd CroHton Motors  quint. l!l-l). Motors had (Jut host of the  play (If either team did) but fallod to  connect with the now stylo bar-ketn After ,lu*r*ch tho monthly bridge prlaofi woro  awarded* an follows: High score, Misa  D. jliniMntii'-l<. unci V, Wilson. Conaolat-  ion. Mr������. A. F Rudd and K. Davis  yon last wee'  W. H.lCelthi  iKiikiU'. Whilo  old friend Geo,  prot-pct'oufl than  Pssses in Her 84th Yesr After s  Life of Unusual Activity and  ^Usefulness ��������� Prairie Pioneei*  Before Coming to Creston.  m.mm+ivnsnmm'r  E. Driffil^of Vancouver .is renewing acquaintances at Kitchener this week.  A number from here patronized" both  the Creston  and Yahk New Year's  dances.  eve  (Ol J- car���������, ,  viauur .jam povaii  day lor i-JricKson, on  D. F. Putnam.  eit, ������jh    v* eanes  visit with   Mrs  Mr. and "Mrs-.N."?. Molander spent  New-YearsVBay at--Crest"ofl;r a-guestV-of  Mrs. C. Franserf. '  been  away  Kimberley,  Robert Johnson, who has  on a " visit with relatives, at  returned home Monday.  ��������� The" baseball-club are having a dance  in Hunt's Hall on Friday evening, January 18th. Ladies 25 cents, gents 35  cents; supppr included.  ������jt; t   TTTUSj.- M. S   __  a. issuer tcuiiiifu un  SUilOay  from Fernie, where she spent the holidays  at the home of her parents. School resumed Monday morning.  Two trucks have arrivoH fron** Csr&*\-  brook district for use at the airport.  The airport crew is is now working on  the road just east of town. Just at pres  ent thf-re is too much snow to work to advantage on the airport site.    ���������  Canyon  Principal Hunden camo in on Sunday  from Cumberland, where hp had been for  the holidays. *  Several from here"were at Creston on  Sunday attending the funeral of the late  Mrs. H. Truscott.  Sphool resumed for tho long winter  term on Monday morning with all the  pupils back at their studies.  Cecil Burns of Lethbridge, Alberta, is  here.at present on a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mra. Peter "Rums.  Rev R. E. and Mrs. Cribb and- family  of Kimberley, spent n few days at Can-  week, guests of Mr.- and M rs.  ammer.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moiilton, who were  here for tho holidays with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. R LoworlBOn, have relumed to their home at Kaslo.  J. A. Avory was in chargo of .tho Uni*  tod Church on Sunday afternoon. Pas*  tor Walk r oxpocte to bo in shape to re  sunie pulpit work on Sunday.  Mr. and   Mrs. C. Blah'und Miss El  eanor returned la t  week from -������p������������ndinf>  thp holiday week at Nelson, whore thqy  woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Pochin.  Mrs. Vance arid Thelnia, who havo  boen vtoltlrig at Hood Rivor, Oregon, for  somo wc<������1cq past, have returned to Canyon and aro again occupying tho ranch.  Tlllton Young is back from a threo  weeks' holiday visit with relatives -at  Vancouver   and   coat-fl  away ho looked up our  Davie, who looks moro  ovor. ���������  Canyon, Lister and OroHton woro favored with a viwlt from Bayard Ivor**on of  Wnrdnei-, C.C.F. candidate) in Kqptenny  East. He spoke here and nt Lie-tor, both  of whibh iru'utln������H attract'd an enthusiastic attendance.  Arthur Kvann, organiser for the Worlf-  orn  Doftwe Leugua, was a "pcakcr nt'  EF$������*is&n  a  Miss Annie Botterill  is back from  holiday visit with prairie friends,  Mrs. R. Dodds is a Creston visitor  this week, a guest of Mrs F. Tompkins.  Miss E. Alton, who has been at Fernie  for tho holidays, arrived back on Tuesday.  Lloyd Leadbetter was a business victor at Bonners Feny at the first of the  week.  Bob Currie arrived home at the end of  the week from a holiday  with   i*"ernie  friends.  . George Connell loft an Wednesday  lust for Nelion, where he ib again attending business college.  Mrs. R. M. Telford and Sandy spent  a few days at Cranbrook last week, returning on Tuesday:  J. Brown and R. Chlsholm of Speedway Motors, returnrd at tho end of the  week frem Calgary, Alberta.  Erickson is to have a butcher shop.  S, Cochrane is opening in this Uno in the  building opposite Speedway Motors.  Mr. and Mrs.T. M.Wilson anddaugh  tor aro back from u two week**, holiday  visit with Mre. Wllaon'a parent^ In Vancouver.  A life that exceeded even the four score  span, ric*> in experience and aceounting  For much useful service freely and cheer- -  fully rendered any and all requiring it,  came to an end At Creston hospital early  Friday morning, January 4th. in the  death of Mrs. Hannah Hendy Truscott,  in her 84th year  Deceased --vas born in Cowes, Isle of  anjWight, England in 1851, and in 1872  was married to George Lewis Truscott.  at Davenport, Cornwall, who predeceased Her at Creston in 1912, and "who for  the first few years of their happy married  life was in the coastguard service of the  British navy in Ireland, Scotland and  south coast of England. Leaving the  navyservi-e in 1890 to reside in East  London where they were associated with,  -Mansfield House University Settlement  work���������deceased as secreta?y of. the  Women's Guild.' and her husband in  charge of the boys' work. _ ven at that  early date her kindly interest in the welfare of the settlement men was so marked that it earned for her the ti le of  mother.  , For seven years before leaving England  her executive ability was -recognized in  nomination to the Board of Guardians  under the banner of the Independent  L" bor party, the election, as a rule, not  being contested Her' work on that  board was marked by many expressions  of regret when, in 1903, the, family left  England for the Barr colony,' now the  Lloydminisrer district,. Saskatchewan.  With Saskatoon as ths detrafrjlng point,  the 200 mile trip by ox wagon to a. point  now Blackfoot, Alberta, eight -miles west  of Lloydminster, was a real 'pioneering  venture,, with Mrs. Truscott and -her  family.-*? waKting'-- alongside^tfc^ heavily  laden , wagon. ..Witn a Tvery - natural  scarcity of medical advice^those years on  the prairie saw much "activity in* that  sphere, ��������� especially ���������-.among the women  and children.     *     . ;    i,  Coming to Creston,/m 1912, shortly  after Mr,, Truscott.reached here seeking  better health in'a" new hbrne,? the days  were saddened by*his" de-th.just .before  Christmas tbat ypar. Residing at tiroes  with her sons, Will and Percy, Mrs  Truscott in recent years became, a member of Blossom Temple Pythian Sister .  and was-signally honored with the title  of Mother Truscott being bestowed  MpOu Iic'r. A Feature of tne tempte  sessions featured a short talk on matters  concerning the temple and lodge, which  contained many motherly admonitions to  the daughters -and sons of her adoption  and always providing the birthday cake  in evidence at the annual celebration.  The funeral took place on Sunday from  Trinity United Church, with interment  Sn Creston cemetery. Due the illness of  tho pastor the service was taken by Rev.  A. O. Thomson of St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, and the edifice was too  Hmall to hold the large number who were  out to pay their last tribute* of respect.  The funerul servicp was1 fn charge of  Blospom Temple Pythlnn Sister*, and n  brief but splendid tribute to the beauty  of deceased's activities and life in the  lodge and community wos read by Dr.  HrnderRon 0 nast chancellor commander  of Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythias.  At tho cemetery the officers of. the temple  participated In tho burinl service, Five  grandsons. Raymond nnd Desmond  TruBcott. and Herbert, George and  Arthur Dodd, with jjougias Corrie, a  crranrlson-in-lew, wero the pallbearer**.  By request there were ho flowers.    ,  A family of five sons and three  daughters purvivo, Mrs. Plater, Black-  foot, Alberta; Mrs. Beaton, Paynton,  Sask , ho were with their mother when  the end enmo, and Mrs. H. A. Dodd of  Creston. One son, Lewis, woe* killed in  ihe great war and the hoys wurvlvlng are  Geornsre, of Nelpion; Charles, of Battle-  ford, Saslc; Walter of Odessa, U.S.S.R-"  Will and, Percy of Creston.  As mother, friend, counpellor and all  the othor lovable traits of character ro  admirably exorcised beforo becoming a  resident of Crc:iton wes'o fully luiaiutuh.-  ed during more than a nror*> of ynarf-  rnstdpneo hero and her panning will bo  fllncernly mourned by tho family and a  wide circle of friends.  School ro-ojjonod on Monday Principal Cobun and Miss Sanford, who spsnt  the holidays at Vancouver, returned on  flundny.  Mi*)-. J.  Marmot, who hasi-pent  tho  Sunt two months with hor   nnronl.H in  askatehowun, returned at the end of  tho week.  Jack Connoll left this week for Spokane, whero he la tnktng n course in ������lr~  filane mcchanle"' nt the airport hcIiooI  a thn t city.  R.  in  Announeemant Is Just  <"HMjjaiwHi of  made that  hiM intvres-c  Ct.L'h^lai'. S.un  tha Speedway Moton* to the other purt-  ncro,  Meouru. Brown and Swuln,   and  that Mr. fJlilsholm In company with  .Tohn Grumpy of Calgary. Alborta. havo  opened an electrlo shop Sn <*paco rented  from Speedway MoU/.m.  Erlclcsom Ladies' IToHpltal Auxiliary  had the January meeting on Friday al  tho home of Mr������, TCI. Botterill. Tho an-  unl mooting will be held. Wednesday, Kith  at Mrs. Pjilfreyman's.  Mra C. Kolw-y ban rerenlly receive.*!  n hlchly complimentary letter from tli������  Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa,  Onlario, In iffmnwlion v������Hb lm������r n^'nnfftf*-'1  at tlio Clil.-ugo und Vancouver Sued Fnirs.  and wanlIng full Information as to h**r  methods of operation. >*>.���������>, --,  rOtfgSTOiM wgVIEW  TT?"  Jack and Jenny  are  ��������� Voing olaces"  again  ���������'I'm glad the Browns  >������     . -  -   -  invited  us over." said Jack to Jenny.  "I was beginning to t ink our  friends had iorgotten that we  existed."'  "'You can thank our new telephone for J:he invitation," said  Jenny to Jack.    "You know, I  h-f>rsf- -*"i������!!-"n.c* vrai tViztir nssrvmlo   r~    _���������.----(_,     j _���������.   --._--    t g,���������  were passing us up because we  had no telephone and it was so  hard to get in touch with us.  Now that we have one, we're  'going places' again."  Nowadays    most    invitations  come by telephone.  Kootenay Telephone  *   JU"������fi      8.88 ��������� -  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday  Subscription  $3.00 to "U.S.  ������+���������      4*f",1*aOCa>4-*^r������.  *������V      Vl-VOVVUa  B.C  in advance.  $2.50 a year  points.  C- F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON.   B.C.,   FRIDAY,   JAN.   4  Letters to the Editor  Electricty Will Solve the  Sanitation Probletn  the purchase of property for right  of ways and the area for, the outlet, as well as the lots on Albert  Avenue, and Murdock Streets are  not included in the report, nor is  there anything **-aid about the  cartage of material on the ground.  It is not ray purpose to criticise  this whole report as I have not  time at this writing/ but would  like to draw your attention to one  item in this report, namely, that  of digging a trench 5700 feet long,  6 feet deep for 10 cents a foot.  Now feiiow ratepayers, just think  of a ditch sufficiently wide and  six .feet deep being dug for $1.65  per rod. If one compares those  figures with those of the Creston  Power & Light Company^ for digging the holes for their power line,  when  holes   six   feet   cost  from  would not take a Sherlock Holmes  to decide what an enormous mistake has been mad* in this report.  I am out, right now. to challenge this report in this particular  item* That it would cost double  this amount to dig this trench,  but assuming the unestimated  part, added to the whole, there  would be a cost of approximately  $45,000 to $50,000 for the entire  project.  There is th?n the cost the individual who would have to pay  $250 to $350 for the installing of  the proper connection from his  residence to the sewer, say, 100  connections at $225 would make  ancther $25,000.  HPl-iaO mioefmri  enormous? amount of money to  come from, and how can it be  paid, and who would **>ay it?  When we consider that agricultural laiiu can not be taxed for a  sewer, and those to whom sewer  connection cannot be attached  are not liable we find ourselves in  the state of bankruptcy just when  we begin.  We naturally say we certainly  cannot stand such a debt, but we  do need some way of disposing of  our sewage, and in reply we say,  yes. Some time ago our town  was on the verge of a big. electrical law suit which, however,  was  ftAf-.f-iAr?-.������d*If-.nfY!���������*���������"*. nno"-_"*���������������c    "���������'ho    frtrarn  electricity so that all the discharges^ the human body are burned.  In the event of a sewer system  being inaugurated it is essential  that a part ofthe home is divided  for a lavatory.   We take this as  for a sewer, and about, 20 inches  from the seat a cement block���������it  might need to be fireproof brick���������  is   placed'   on* fche   fl&or.    This  cement block would need  to be  about 20 inches in diamater, and  seven inches thick, a shallow hollow in the top, and a hole in the  centre to receive the nozzle of an  electric torch.    On the top of this  is set a chamber or crucible to receive    the   discharge   from   the  bodv.   On the top of this crucible  there is a fire resistant  lid  made  after   the . style ��������� of   an inverted  funnel.   About. 16   inches from  this funnel is the smoke pipe, the  lower part,  being   telescoped - on  top   of   the   funnel  shaped  lid.  This lower piece of pipe,  about  16 inches long,  is connected  to  the   upright smoke-pipe.    When  this is done, the stool being  over,  all the operator has  to do is to  turn theswitch and quicker than  it takes  to burn your toast the  extrement   is   reduced .to ashes  which you may mix in  the earth  of your flower pots.  t m ninMnNnsoN.  Henderson have both found i fine on ven-  ient to play on the team, although they  joinedjjup at the first of the reason.  Letty Couling, forward, completes the  lineup. Fred Marteiio, last year's coach,  is still with the gang ar.d doing al! in his  power to have the Review repeat.  The men's.. section is not as good as  last season, but has accounted for two of  the most -thrilling games of the season,  between Imperial Groceteria and Cardinals. The. former have been working  bard and with new material this season  have tied with the Cardinals for first  fjlace.   The addition of Hunden, former-  y playing with U.B.C.,  Fred  Marteiio  and Sid Rodgers of last year's Centipedes,  8*,l^S*..."t  4-UZ~  taiae  Editor Review:)  Dear Sir���������I notice in your issue  of December 21st a? *repoiFt>? iii  part, of the cost of installing a  sewer system for our town.  According to this report the  estimated cost for the labor and  material would amount to $22,-  807.65, and for the disposal plant,  $20,000.00, making a total of  $42,807.65.  Several other things regarding  52js s a as E a = = cn s a S" a cs e s s a on a s ss a a B a s a a a a agg  SPECIAL for  ONE WEEK ONL Y!  ENTIRE STOCK  of  LEATHER  COATS  at  20 Per Cent.  DISCOUNT  Now is  Looking Back at  1934 Basketball  With Season Half Over Honors  Even in Both Sections and  Second Fiace Teams in Ladies  Division Coming Strong.  "I  never  "said  ���������Hr-of*. t.Vi-nfr;  the time to get  Leather Coat!  CRESTON  Oh-  iO  ������a*Tf- rara.t-f f.r\a"-"nrr  a dollar. And the same man who  settled tlmt^griey*^ce:?1sl prepared to setfte yout^sewpr problems;  which would hot cost the town a  dollar.  An Electric Sewer?  heard of an electric sewer,  an electrician to me the other  day, and had he come into the  world when I came* and compared the happenings and usages of  that day with the ������������������-presp'nt, he  would' be surprised beyond the  comprehension of mind or speech.  But today we have electricity performing all kinds of feats. By its  use our clothes are washed and  ironed, our toast is made, our  streets are lit, out* chains are  welded, our street cars are run.  We, have an electric lighting and  power giving system in town.  Then why not use it for keeping  our homes clean? You say, impossible! I say, possible. And  I am prepared in this letter/to  design an aparatus which, by the  aid of electricity, will effectually  burn up all discharges from the  human body by simply touching  an electric button.  Now I proceed. The average  discharge from the average person  does not exceed 114 pounds per  d y, and yet we think this can  not be burned up by the action of  electricity. You have your electric toaster, if you don't watch  carefully, which, though operated  by a few watts, will burn your  toast to a crisp in a few minutes.  So all that is required is to extract the moisture from the toast,  then combustion takes place.  Now    here   is   how   to apply  El-  a������  a",  m,  m.  88,  tb  *5  <*,  9  i  i  s5J-  1 M IV Ha. B -*"���������"���������" af-*-'���������-"���������"aa    "*""*v *"**"���������"������ I "l ������������������ #l-8*k' V J"S    "* M f/M   VI     **r^8\  WIN! ER DRIVING WOULD  "PJ*"*!!^ J2**S-*ffl Jj*l "Cjisi*!^. *J2        ���������pJ'S.'sw*'!     ?"*?      &&^ "Q*     1J| *1*yi*S!& "{-".Wsst**  \\\mmmwW   IbWM M ������ W afl|B*-BjaWI \\mWm\wmm\M   .    ^^mmmmW   ^mmJr     W       lk   lAtMBa*  When you condition yoiu* car with our winter  grade motor oil, with our cold weather, transmission  grease, with our quick starting gasoline in your tank  and then, too, with your radiator filled with Eveready  Pre&tome Anti~Freeze, which will not boil 'off oi.  evaporate     Qome in today.  ^^^u^^    ^^u^^al       jU^     1^     ^a ^ga um        ^M^ikk^ ^^y. ^^^^^^^     ^^^^^^ ^.     ^y^Mlfck. ^���������tfli^^^ |U| ^^^^^^^ ^y. jtfldalBBWk    f^g^^teui  PhonelS FORD DEALER Creston   \  m  iuu,pi������������uauat������ 8iwaauMaw8.Muniii.UM' .uuaimauuaM mbooubs,tiaouauoBuotiBiaoouoiiBUoaBapisuBaaBoJI*  With the first half of tbe league basketball season over, and the league taking a  vacation of two weeks, the public is looking forward to the start of tbe second  half. This is tbe fourth year for league  basketball i Creston. and each year it  becomes more and more popular. The  largest turnout of the season accounted  for a turnout of 150 fans.  In the ladies section the four teams  are very evenly matched.? As t he league  standing nowVresds'Vwe have ?Creston  Motors tied with 'Fharrnacy for ? second  place,?andMoore's'Garage; tied "with last  year's  chano^iM  first place,?each7'baS/ih1^lost"two Tgafnes.  Creston Motors, captain ed by Kate  Payne, is showing a wonderfull improvement over last year's playing, and still  have a chance of -.-winning, the? league.  Liz. Armitage is. the' star shooter of the  team/with.:Kate'.;*Payn^;'and Dot Wight-  man, always dependable guards. This  group expect to be.further strengthened  in the ; second half of ?the league by *the  addition of one of the ?team's original  players, Mrs. T. "LaBelle (Helen Browell).  jyari Marriott, coach, is certainly handling this squad efficiently? The girls  ,have recently donned? their new yellow  sweatshi ts, which completes the snappy  appearance of the gang. V  Pharmacy is putting up a good fight  for the league championship, and at the  rate they are ciming along now everyone  expects them to keep on win ing a-large  percentage of their games. Eva, Yvonne  and Opal LaBelle make a fine picture as  they cleverly flip the ball up and down  the floor. Dot Olivier, last year's swiftest and most dangerous forward, is still  playing a craek game. Marjorie Learmonth at centre is one of the cleanest  and smoothest of the eight, also a very  dependable free throw shooter. Of the  four teams in the league these girls have  the nicest combination and with their  red and blue uniforms are possibly the  brightest quint in' this year's league/  Charlie Holmes is handling this team.  It will be noticed that last year's high  school team have completely disappeared,  but have been replaced by Cecil TM"oore's  Garage. This group consists of most of  laBt year's High Reps., but are riot playing with the class of the former team  The uniforms of white and blue are quite  a contrast against the: rest of the outfits.  Moore's Garage, although winning two  games from Creston Review fell down  before the onslaught of CreBtoh Motors  und Pharmacy, one game to each in the  first half. Nell Payno, old reliable dond  shot, still maintains her good reputation  but will have to fight to keep It up. Acnes Crane ond Betty Speers are the picfc  of the forwarda~tho former, especially,  starring in the wine over Creston jEtevlow.  Mrs., Edith Swain, Erickson, rocently  added to the team, is an experienced,  forward, having played with o fast Toronto team a few years ago. Noll Payno  iu captain of the xquad, and Tony Cobus,  teacher at Ericksbn, is coach, has done  much to bring tho squad along.  Lust, but not at ull lotttifc, Hit* the  1034  lady champions, .Creston Review, who  have been going strong to uphold thoir  last years reputation    Those girls aro  somewhat handicapped this year, having  lost their best baalcot"..'getter, Mrs. Fred  Marteiio.   Thou, too   difficulties   havo  boon met with that has cut tho toam  down tb five players whl'ch> obviously,'  was responsible for their last defeat by  Moore's   Gurutfo., ..Noru .Payne,  miaui*  paused centre, can always bo depended  on to got tha lipoff, ond is ncoompi.Tr.iod  oh tho forward lino by Dot Palmer and  Irono Bourdon, tho lattor having played  fimt*chiH-) ball all through tho first half,  'although'Bh-f has had  bad luck with hor  ohflbtlnK*   Mrs. Lovlro and Ada Lewis,  miardu,  aro pinylng their usual jrameH.  Tho former Is Croston'a bont and foxlont  player, with a wicked sl-Bisling dead shot.  Mra   Jorde oi- Arrow Orcoit and  .loan  and Bourdon of the 1934 Cardinals* has  given the Groceteria the material needed  to make a showing.   Hunden, centre;'  m������_. -���������.     at > ... .a. . ,,������     *"r������������������ i.   <���������������..������������..���������    ..���������.-_  x* reu Tymneuo   unu   neru ^uuiifig   na.v������  been the star shooters, with Jack Payne  and Bourdon following closely. Jim  Downer, guard, has done well of late,  especially ih the last game with the  redahirts.   Fre*"* Marteiio is'coach.  Cardinals have, so far. lived pretty  well up to their reputation of last season.  Th������*y lost their oniy game to the Groceteria by a small margin, to tie the league  for fl st place, Tony Cobus, formerly of  Fernie, an experienced player at guard  or centre, greatlv strengthens the squad.  Howard and Doug. Corrie, along with  Ben Crawford, make a nice trio,  /ith the  f^.^.^. it-    * J.     -8 .. m^\ tr_      Tf _1   tormer vile ������j������ai.   aiiui.    vuarue   nuiiueb,  another forward has been doing some  exceptionally fine   shooting.   When   it  Ccmes Xm ge8.8.aug uie bipuut-  dub. xvuas i������  showing unusual skill.   ���������  Wynndel Maple Leafs, newcomers to  the league, have the. making of a real  squad. They are har-'-ieapped by playing at Park pavilion, as ts shown by  their exhibition game of a couple of  weeks- ago when they trimmed the Cardinals at Wynndel community hall. The  Cards have been helpful to the Leafs in  plaj*in������- against them at- Wynndel - and  ancf heTpingbut with coaching from time  to time. The last league game in December the Leafs led the Groceteria a  merry chase and came close to nosing  them out. Buster and Joe Martel. with  Andy Hagen and Oswald Payette are the  pick of the talent.  Loallo is another new group. These  boys have all played on either High or  Public School teams at some time, and  are the swiftest group in the league.  They have excellent combination but  lack a few good shooters. Buff. Nastasi,  Wilfred LaBelle and Lance Maddess are  the pic-k of the quintette. The team- is  being coached by E. Marriott.   -  Basketball fans will be interested to  hear that Jim Cherrington, alocal product, is making a fine showing on the  regular team of the"UniverRity of Alberta,  Edmonton. In their last game in Dec  ember out of a total of 43 points Chffr-  ington collected 24. He plays centre  and from reports of the game in the Ed  monton Bulletin he is'certainly doing his?  stuff with the ^op Varsity outfit.. .  As basketball is the one and only winter sport for the young people great care -  should be taken to give all players a fair  chance to make a    show*'*og.   .Troubles  have already arisen this season whereby  players who have paid $3 membership  fee have been neglected in both practices  and games, to the extent  that they no  longer wish to waste their time turning  out for practices or games.   This feature  should "be carefully considered  by the  coaches ahd equal   time on' the   floor  should, if possible, be arranged for each  player, especially at,practices.   This will  not only do away with embarassment to  thc player but will popularise the sport  to a great extent, and help  to keep  the  teams intact, and have an equal chance  of winning. '" ������" - -  Our X. B. 0. Broadcast  1933.  $303 on  apCJ  *o72  mos'.  ent  w  . Kelowna   spent  quito control in  for spray.  For the last half of 1934 the  Trail smeiter " dividend will total  $1,166,966.  More than 1200 telephones are  in use at Penticton. This is a  gain of 76 over 1933.  New buildings erected at Penticton in 1934 were worth $40,548  ���������an .ncrease of $10,000 over 1933.  Grand Forks has been allowed  to stay out of the Okanagan apple  pool by the B.C.Tree Fruit Board  The Forks crop was. about,  carloads.  ������0  UJaAU W  The Observer is fearful  next Christmas will be worse at  Salmon Arm than the yuletide  just passed, unless the district secures    an    adequate    irrigation  <S-\7 cttrmiim  CHRIST CHURCH  REV. M. C. PERCIVAL, Minister.  CRESTON  SUNDAY.  JAN. 13  CRESTON���������8.30 a.m., Holy Communion. 10.30 a m., Sunday School.  11.00 a.m., Matins and Holy Communion.  -*..m.ti..m.m..4..A.jk.mm.*i.m,.M.**.������.,.(*.*.+,���������<*.*..*..+.*.������ m*A.*.ati.A.a*.  Tiniiftrrn  i it ������������ ra ^ w T  Carrying Freight between Greston, Cranbrook,  Kimberley, Fernie, and way points..  BnauAA  ll3G������Gd  PDCCTflU        I  unto 1 Ull ��������� 1  m im      lUnHnAAflni*  jjiiiiti.sfeuiieduaj  nnd  aim  -Pa-tiiritau  oaitiiuajf  iiiVeS yntoiuN ��������� slicSGSV 8iiG   LfftQay ATiefflOGTiS*  DEPOT:  Cecil Moore's Garage Phone .16  ������-yT,������"������,tf/r"r,������l������.������"������"������"88 ^ a>  o-^yy^-y w  *^r-8r-*������"'^r**ar-w**������-^*->r-8r-8r  )V      rlelq-vramnr       *���������/>       /*Amnn*8.  ' , ���������*-��������� .4 ,...������.������.������        ^*m        %^.^.^m%^aM.%.  -yv������Mja,  savings.  JF you cannot visit us personally,  send your deposits by mail. Have  the satisfaction of knowing that your  money is safely protected and ia  earning interest regularly.  (190  -at*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch  H. J. Forbes, Manager  ayBwmmwiMiii* niwwiHiwsimm  ^������.<-ff4.t*Paj-������4iW^  I       The Consolidated Mining &' *���������  Matt.  Smeltifiig Cornea4iy of .Canada' Ltd.  TRAIL.,   BRITISH OOLUMBJA   ,  Manufacturers of ,  ELEPHANT Brand Commercial Fertilizers'  Amnioiiium PiioHpiniies.   Sufiphale of Ammonia  Superphosphates        Complete Fertilizers.  Producers and Refinera of  TAD AN AC, Brand Electrolytic  Cadmium-liismudi.    Lead-Zinc.  ^ 'ft  ���������<m  t     ^  ^W'$':t^yy  ?-<L  m ������.      *  A'  1 ������,  7 "V  ������****��������� ^WTali^^^BMgi ���������*.  ������v*������������n*>  '2'  U^*  --  John Bird Again  _'.������< .... ,_^***     j ���������  Legion President  With but One Exception Every  1934 Officer Re-Elected ^Ye&r  .  Active, in  All  Branches  En-  . deavor���������International Visits*  A large'and representative attendance  X-fc-f        *^**rt*VTlV\n������������."������     VltAWl       **���������������#.       af^ftat       *l8,������ T_*,*--* ��������� .*-.-.  ���������*u>*        ������U^.UIMV|U      WWiV   , VUW      IVA        IfM****.      ������af*4*Li fUni ^  meeting of Creston Valley Post Canadian  Legion on .Tuesday night, the feature of  which was the. election of officers for  1335, resulting in. t *.e return of almost  .the entire official staff off 1934, as follows:  Hon. Presidents���������W. M. Archibald and  Geo. Johnson. ��������� ,    .;    ,  . .���������  President���������John Bird.     J    - '  1st Vice-President-J ;*B. Holder.  2nd Vice-President���������Godfrey Vigne.  Secretary-Treasurer���������W, G. Hendy.  Cam*..-      ..a.    A ���������.������������.._<fc8.J      /Imm^C^am  uci(b. a������8> orilio-**-"a-ava. viaiuiuci.  Executive���������W. V. Jackson, John Hall,  W. Lowther.  There *was" a very hearty vote of  thanks to the retiring officers for services  rendered, and to Messrs Archibald and  Johns: n for generous donations.  . -    -  There.was one application for initiation, Walter Gansmer was' initiated as  member with due ceremony.. The  design of a blue Glengarry cap for members was approved.  W. V. Jackson, chairman of the hamper committee, ^reported, on the distribution of Christmas cheer, more of.whicli  had  been  distributed than  a year ago.  - The raffle had been a splendid   success  A  detailed ' report of this matter along  with the president's review of the year,  will be given at the  February meeting  In addition  to local activities the Legion had been busy throughout the year  ..in various ways, including trips to Kellogg, Idaho, and Spokane,- Wash At the  former point they had played a prominent part in establishing a live post of the  * Canadian organization, while at Spokane  they had a hand in installing the officers  of a Canadian pest that- had been inactive for some time.  Tbe annual pichi  in August was an  outstanding success in every "way,. and  . twice -during the year representatives  "had attended the zone meetings at Cranbrook and Invermere, at the first of  which Col. Mallandaine had been chosen  to represent East Kootenay Posts at  the provincial conventio ��������� held at Portland, Oregon in tlie early summer.  up to 42.   December snowfall  was 19^  inches, with'the rainfall, 1 .-73 inches..  At the annual meeting of Creston Val-'  .ley Post Canadian Legion  on  Tuesday  nignt, John Bird, president, and most all  the other 1934 officers w^re re-eleoted.  Collections at Creston office of the provincial police for December?were just,  uuder $200, the biggest single item of intake being $63 in police court fines and  -costs.      __ ��������� ._ .*,-*-'"���������'"  Vital statistics recorded "at CreBton for  December account for eight births, three  deaths and one marriage" license*** issued.  Of* the new cjtizens recorded five were  hoys. ���������    ' -   -- *  Jim Cherrington and Tom Crawford,  who, have been home from Alberta-Univ-  ehsity. Edmonton; - for thei holidays, left'  at the end of the' week to resume their  studies.   "    ' - "   .      V  The.many friends of Mrs. W. J. Craig.  will deeply sympathise with her in   her  bereavement, having been advised at the  end of the weed of the death bf herfathe*  at Rossburn Manitoba.   rr  SEBjS  ma  ma  QUALITY  FlftST  v     '       -"mt.  ' -'      ",mV  o .   *  T5  r  j-i-Zv       *������  2?i";7  w%   m%  ������**���������-.  r.u. 80X31  eu���������m ttrm. nana   wrm m  m���������     .'<aa ������v������ mw-wt mkm  Sow  UUKKIt& J5UW5  Phone  M0.  ���������������������������Vr'ii  <~t_ a.__ ���������:at^   cuUSiOji  tuet'is lit   uuii-  uary session on Monday night -Strict  economy will have* to be practised until  1935 taxes start to come in, which is usually at the end of June.  Since the first of the year two cars of  apples have been shipped. * They ?wenr  out from the Long, Allan & Long.  Limited, warehouse; and were heavy*"to  Spitzenberg and Deliciou*".  A. Gorre, who has been with Corrie  & Sons grocery for the past year, left at  the end of the week for Fernie., where he  is "resuming his former position with  Western Canada-Wholesale, Limited.  ��������� "* v *     ���������  Miss Maisie Ferguson was hostess at a  New Year party at.her home** for a "company of her young friends. Dancing-was  t������e feature, with a midnight lunch,* and  the affair was much enjoyed bv all present. , j ",   *,  Mr. and Mrs. S.*A. "-"peers are at present on a.visit with friends in Toronto  and other Ontario points. They accom  panied the-remains of Mrs. Speers' father,  the late JL A. McMahon. to Sydenham,  Ontario, for-interment. ."   .   .  ,  na  GASH [Sat,] ^ SPECIALS - [Mon.] GASH  PROCTER & GAMBLE SOAP DEAL  f   J  fWVtTTA*  ~������ j-imtrDCtrm  ,   t~m+*mm*������*mm������mmmT0**  -������      *���������"���������*���������*���������r*'*8������^--C* -mmvm    t       ^a-F* ^aSaS      WmmW m^LW  *     m     ������ ' m-     t  4 Cakes P &G SOAP \..:.'.  2 Cakes CALAY SOAP ",. ...  2 Cakes Kirk's CASTILE SOAP.  ONE HEAVY UTILITY TUB  ALL  ���������TV***  OWALTiNE, &-nsmtin   REP ROSE COFFEE, per paunnsi fin  Exeter Brand.  *-.Bis. nltmf  ifibUfiftH a   UIHLHUf SSCW  OILXj  BUdl;  ft.II  IUII  Oil. nt       nnl "riftV  'jyj-y  .,'Jis^ns  Luai  Up to the present about 30 pieces  of  firearms have been xegistered at the pro  vincial police office under the new Dom  CARD OF THANKS  The family; and   relatives of the  late  Mrs. Truscott^wish to record their grate-  r..i_������������������j. J_a-t t^~ -.j.j.1 ������������ i   i_;_ a  iua cafjjjiciciauaval tut syiufioiaiy auu    ivjiiu  nesses    shown them in  their   bereavement.'   They, -also   wish   to  thank  Dr.  Olivier and -the nursing staff of  Gresto  Valley Hospital for their devoted service.  largely attended, but   those present  port a very fine time    The music was  Ered Macht and Irwin Meyer,    j-  re-  W-ar  commencing.  December H.S. Report  With the reopening of the high school  after the ChristmaB "holidays, "the December report has just "been .released by  Principal F. P. Levirs. as follows:  At the "Women's Institute and Hospital  Women's Auxiliary annual meeti gs.  Saturday and Monday, most of'the old  officers,were re-elected. Mrs. McLaren  - GHAEiE -7f2: Passed���������Bwis-rCrosby|**fain .heads the institute, and Mrs. R  .70.6,-Ethel Sutcliffe 702. Charles Tay- i������*������ven-| is again named presment oi me  lor 68, Eieano'* Spratt, 65,-Harold , McLaren 60. Passed conditionally���������Agnes  Crane 67.  GRADE 11. Passed with honors,  June Wigen 84. Passed���������Lloyd McLaren 75, Hilda Hagen - 68? Richard  Avery 66, Betty Stace Smith 65, George  Dodd 62. Passed conditionally���������Chester Goplin 52.5,   Aileen,   Klingensmith  trngm   an  Oai.O. * ,     ,   . .  GRADE 10. Passed with"' honors,  Roys Jackson S3. Passed���������Godfrey  Vigne  69,   Dorothy   Collis  68.6,  Theo  Arthur Dodd 61. Passed conditionally���������  Marion Cooper 58, Nora Bell 57, Leah  Abbott 65.  GRADE 9. Passed���������Lorraine Olivier  74, Hazel Miller 73, Charles Klingensmith 71, H*������?e! Beam 70.9. Helen  Staples 70.2, Beryl Palmer ,69. Jessie  Spratt 68.9, Gordon Martin 68.5. Billy  Craig, 67, Joyce Donkin 66 6, Gordon  Stace Smith 66.7. Catherine Bell 60.1,  Elsie Mather 60. Passed conditionally  ���������Iona Hills*-68.7. Irene Brady 68 5,  Maisie Fasrguson and Margaret Kender-  son 67.6, Doris Beninger 67.3, William  Wair 66.5, John Fraser 66, Evelyn  Speaker 53, Richard Trevelyan 52.6,  Gladys Davies 62.2, Ruth Davis 50,  hlO  voivers, etc.,  compulsory,  with the first of the year.  "League basketball will be resumed at  Park pavilion this evening, when three  games are carded. . Creston Review  meets Pharmacy, Moore's Garage takes  on Creston Motors, and the Cardinals  and Wynndel clash in the third game of  the night.  B. Ivorson of Wardner, C.C.F. candidate in East Kootenay, had a good turnout for his  meeting at the   schoolhouse  -registration of re-   on January 2nd, which was also addressed  >._*.    * -m.   m..m.^m..m..m. ,  ...&.J  ��������� A..a.A.4..*..A.ft,.ja.f*..A.iiaV. A.A.A. m: m.*  auxiliary.  , ,Vernon News: The" B C- Tree Fruit  Board has as yet taken no official action  in exempting the Creston area from the  pool, Mr. Haskins explains. "There is  Jio doubt that we will allow Creston out  of the pool, however, and it is only thp  formality that has to be complied with."  by O. M. Samuelson of Canyon.    Frank  Baker pre ided.  Miss Curtis and Miss Webster of the  Lister school teaching staff, who have  been at Slocan City and Coal Creek respectively, for������the holidays, arrived back  on Sunday. School opened on Monday  with an enrolment of 56-  JMiss Robinson,   teacher at   Huscroft.  ���������KTrin. woo   of  Via**-*- InAimo or    UlaOTarof-f-    ft***   t'ho  yiiletide holidays, returned on Monday  when school "again got under way. It  is expected ,\he new schoolhouse will be  ready for use "before the end of the month;  4  ���������  4  For Greatest Heat Value Per  Dollar USE GORBIN COAL  Corbin Coal is '."washed,"* which "reduces waste and  soot.    It gives no trouble with clinkers.  Every winter it becomes more popular with coal ���������  users h*Ttne Greston district for all purposes���������Ranges,  Furnaces Or Heaters.  It burns cleanly, and  does not mess up a home  when delivered.   *  '������������������������������������*  ?.������  :7<  7������  ??.  *���������-a  CRESTO  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  SFER  PHONE 13  w-wwm-  ���������vww'w  ���������*���������*'*������������������*��������� wwm'vwww'w-m-vw v  ��������� A.A. a*. .A.  --*���������   mm.m.   ^..m..^.   m.   m.   *.   ��������������� . a . ^   ^ _ *. . a. . m. - a   m.   m. . ^.   ^ . ������. . r   *.   m.   m.   m. .  ciammcr  oavarvl/vtioo  ~*.-������"^ ���������  had  t -  Local and Persona!  Birth���������Oo January 3rd, to Mr. and  Mrs. Jonathan Gardener, a son,  A. E. Davies returned on Thursday  from a holiday visit with old friends' at  Fernie.  Birth���������At Creaton honnltol, on January  4th, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Sherwood,  a daughter.  The January^ meeting of Creston Hospital Women's Auxiliary will be held In  Trinity Church hall, Thursday, 17th, at  .'J p.m.  POTATOES WAN TED-Will buy 25  ton**,1 targe C7 small lots. - Stato price and  quantity ������uvailubte. Write Box 2G, Re-  viflw Ofuco. ���������  At the annual meeting' of Creaton Far-  morH' Institute on Saturday, W, S. Me*  Alplno was  ro-elected   president.   The  , turnout was ono of the largest over seen  ,'ut the untiuul gathering.  Another cold snap sot in yesterday  morning, when the mercury hit as:low an  HevenAuovG ssoro.   Provlous to that daily  uuovy uuiiicu vyvtc uiUv-h lu cvido������*cu.  Bov.R. 13. Crlbb, a former pnntor of  Trinity United Church, but now located,  at Kimberley, was renewing acquaint*'  nncc*- in town at the ond of tho wook.  ^.   Throo   above    ssero was , tho coldest  weather     encountered   lin,   Dccomhar  uccordlng to. tho ofllcial woathor  roport  This was on tho 27th, and the mlldont  .������������������ay "vrif* tho *>th wlvri th-** TDn-urcury uof.  M!.  Po'^^-orenko  on the Hurack C.P.R. section crew,  the good Juek to hold  a winning ticket  good for $200    cash in  the December  drawing of Nelt-on hospital sweepstakes'  "?������*lh    'HCC      C* *"hC     Til"* "I**"   **���������.**.   n*m.m%      <COX  for being  the seller  of thejucky  pasteboard.  The reports submitted at.the annual  meeting of Trinity United Church Ladies'  Aid annual meeting rn Thursday afternoon last showed 1984 to have been one  ofthe bpst in the ad's recent history.  Officers fpr 1935 were elected as follows:  President Mrs. A. Corrie; Vice-President,  Mrs. A. L. Palmer; Secretary, Mrs. J.  A. Avery;   Treasurer, Mrs. M. R   oyce.  Eminently satisfactory reports for 1934  were turned in'at the annual meeting of  the Presbyterian Ladies' A������fl at the home  of Mrs. Hare on Friday afternoon, at  which the following officers were elected:  Hon. President, Mrs. J W. Dow;v President, Mrs. Hendersonr; Vice President,  Mrs. W. H. Watcher* Secretary, Mrs.  T W. Bundy;. Treasurer, Mrs. R. J.  Forbes.  IListGS4  Miss Jean FiBher, who spent tho holidays at her home nt Nelson, returned at  bho first of the week,  With such an abundance of snow teams  have replacod tho trucks on the haul of  logs into the John Huscroft sawmill.  Wynndel Trims  Sirdar.Badminton  Take Ten of Twelve Games���������  Losers" Show Best in Mixed  Doubles to Score Only Wins���������  Supper After Sport.  'Alfalfa  baling comnnpncod   again   ont  Tuesda ,'w������th the Jas Huscroffc machine  at work at tho farm of tho lato W. P.  Edwurdu.  Tho Community Society aro having a  hrldfjo nt the pchoolhouoe on Saturday  night;, with Mr* and Mrs.-Herb'Sparrow  In charga.  , Th-vory flrnt of tho 1985 lamb crop  arrlvod at tho.C. O. Rodgers'No. 2 camp  on January 2nd, which jus**; about oj-tab-  llflhoB nn all tlmo record for early arrival,  Rov. M. C Percival was horo from  Croston on Sunday for Anglican��������� Church  i* or vice, with celebration of Holy Communion at the c 080. Thoro wan a fnlr  turnout,  , Posters aro up for tho annual mooting  of LlHter-Hiiflcrof*: Farmers* Inr-tlt'ito,  Which will ho h6ld at the nchoolhouno on  January 10th. E. Langatim la tho retiring president.  Tho Community Society dance at tho  Sirdar and Wynndel badminton talent  met in the first tournament * play of. the  season at Wynndel on Sunday evening  at which the more experienced shuttle  experts of Wynndel had no.trouble" disposing of their rivals, taking ten of the  dozen games played. In. the mixed  doubles Sirdar was seen to best advantage, "airing two of thc five games  played in that class. The players and  scores follow:  MEN'S DOUBLES.  A. E. Towson and ��������� E. Hulme, Wynndel,, wtn f om Sid. Rogers and C. Lombardo, Sirdar, 25-20.  A. Birch and L. Benedetti. Wynndel,  won from A. Lombardo and D. Pascuzzo,  Sirdar, 21-12.  D. Butterfield and R Benedetti,  Wynndel, won from B. Cam, and John  Rogers. Sirdar, 21-9.  Clarence Wilson . and Davo Taylor-  Wynndel, won from J. Audino and D.  Pascuzzo, Sirdar, 21*4.  G. Hulme, and J. Hulme. Wyrndel,  won from B. Cnm and J. Audino, Sirdar,  21*16.  MIXED DOUBLES.  Miss E. Towson and E. Hulme,  Wynndel, won from Miss D.. Paacuzfco  and A. Pascuzzo, Sirdar, 21-2.  Mi*, and Mrs. Birch, Wynndel, lost to  Miss C. Paacuzzo and Sid Rogers, Sirdar,  MiflB Flo. Wood nnd L. Benedotti.  Wynndel, lost to Miss Daisy Rogers and  A. Lombardo, Sirdar, 21-5.'   .  Miss E. Sutton and Clarence Wilson,  Wynndel, won from Mion Daisy Rogcra  and John Rogers, Sirdar, 21-8.  LA-DIES' DOUBLES.  Mbis B. IT-jlme a.**,*! Ml:w E. Tcwuoa,  Wynndel, won from Misses A. Pascuzzo  and Daisy Rogcra, Sirdar, 21-8.  Mra. Birch nnd M\an Sutton, Wynndol,  won from Mtencn C. FatiouzKO and Mar*  Buret Rogcra, Sirdar, 21*4.  After tho play both teams and vloitdrs  sat clown to a lunch served by a committee from I ho Wynndol club, and the  hour of bocI ability wa* much on joyed  by  llll 8  .  A surefire heater for furnace, ran^f^jjj^  or stove.    Our. users joi this  coal are 7  enthusiastic over its heating and burh-?|?v  ing qualities.    Try a ton.  1  4 ���������  ���������   V  at  m  t  X  ri. S.  MCCKtAI H  OOA.aU    WOOD,       "f^OUJR.   FEED  *^'^lV*mY "^fm'isy* gjm'yg i iy.>*a|| wy i y ������y wya y B'yii ywy������^pi *J ��������� y i ay*i W*\ym^r+<qp* ^mxnfwu+wyw^mmp+yjr+^p**^ any up, n ^y^a.'y ^  A Full Variety of  Good Meats  -Hto MAKE EVERY MEAL TASTY  and APPETIZING!  BURNS & GGfviPANY,  PHONE 2  aMaMMfa  t%0mf'mWFmW^/r*yW1,t\\Wm'ySl^tWm^ * <g(i ������������������������������������"> ������yr ^ n ay~l aaj.  ^  7V;7;the.  pip9. you ?Received  at Christmas  ���������\',.i  .SMA-'t'I^;  mwwtfwir  ,r?.:.$:.75;  i-;.:. 1*00  CRESTON DRUG & ROOK STORE  ,i'.V.  7',!?'? '���������*!���������'JOlS0^:^V���������'ICBIJIiV,���������' ", '"  iwiiim'., nix^ti,',: btohjs  "���������>^'8W^"vi������#"������a^",MV������#^������<-''%*'Na^-^������^''-S*������"k^������a"8������������'" -;   - r  &  *- r     I ���������  CRESTON REVIEW  FOR RENT���������Four-room bungalow,  located close to town. Apply E. F.  Arrowsmith, Creston.  HEIFER   ESTRAY  Local and Personal  Jersey-Shorthorn heifer, about nine  months old, branded Circle L. Notify  Mrs. Guy Constable, Box 33, Creston.  STEER ESTRAY  Came to my premises one red and  white yearling steer. Owner can have  same on proving property and paying all  expenses.    H. HELME. Camp Lister.  Miss Ada Lewis was a weekend visitor  with friends in Nelson.  Mrs. H. Cartmell was a weekend visitor with friends in Nelson.  ��������� WANTED���������Position as housekeeper,  good cook.   Enquire Review Office.  APPLES WANTED���������Delicio s and  Wagner, state price. R. B. McKeown,  Fernie", B.C.  Allan Speers returned to Victoria on  Sunday, where he is attending University College.  As at the first of tbe year the estimate  is about 5500 boxes of 1934 apple crop  remain unsold.  wedding   flowers,  Creston. 24  hours'  For funeral and  Moore's Greenhouse,  notice necessary.  WANTED���������Two tons first cutting al  falfa.   Will exchange for sleigh or wagon.  Richardson, Erickson.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������Four rooms,  good location. .Apply Axel Anderson,  Victoria Ave.. Creston  FOR SALE���������Set single horse bob-  sleigbe, good as new, shafts included.$20  cash.   Bert Young, Erickson.  r  ��������� Come in and inspect these General Electric Hotpoint Appliances  I today.     We will gladly explain tkeir many exclusive features,   their  \ outstanding qualities and the guarantee of satisfactory performance-  I that goes with each regardless of price.    General Electric workman-  ��������� ship insures you of Quality merchandises  ������ long life.  accutate performance and  Father L.  Choinel will say  IA    OA        **    m~*m C3������������������a% ������������������������)������������������������ Tart*** fen *���������)������-*  4.*u*w    a tua|    uMx&uicx^rv     umiuui^f  Holy Cross. Church, Creston.  Mass  H*fW  were tot,   ._  ?h for the picked  qnintette  sent in against them.  The drive slackened during the holi*  days, but has now been actively resumed. Inline for prizes for the best  sellers, J. G. Abbott and C. S. Hester  are tied with e-'ght books sold- by each:  Next comes Miss Edith Cook with six  books sold, followed by Mrs. C. Anderson with four books sold. The committee have decided, to give 20 cash  prizes in accordance with  gross receipts  IT TBECQ  II llliokO  and  to the next twenty .lucky ticket holders,  making a distribution of 21 prises* in all..  Norman C. Stibbs* of the Nelson  hospital membership committee is co-operating splendidly by distributing tickets  to hsjtside -coints. Five more tickets  have been sold with Creston hospital  marked on stub to receive the prize,, if  drawn. , "- *  e-*ube  TOASTOVER TOASTER  This popular Hotpoint model toasts  two large slices at the same time,  right at the table. Finished in highly polished nickel plate, this toaster  will retain its gleaming beauty for  years. It is the choice of those who  want beauty combined with utility  DELUXE IRON  This six nound model is Hotpoint's  finest iron* The "button nook" is  one of the greatest convenience  features. The exclusive Hotpoint  thumb rest saves arm and wist  strain, and the heel stai.i makts lifting unnecessary. A Ivns d plug pre  vents frayed cords and broken  connections.  FOR SALE���������Stewart Warner    o-v  electric radio,, goh.g cheap.   S. Cochrane,  next shoe repair shop, Erickson.  DRESSMAKING       WANTED-All  descriptions at reasonable prices.   Mrs,  A. Kelsey, l"ark Jttcad, creston  Miss Fanny Lewis left on Saturday for  Port Alberni, where she will spend some  months with her sister. Mrs. J. E. Price.  Geo. Truscott of Nelson was a weekend visitor, called to Creston on account  of the death of his mother, Mrs. H.  Truscott.  David Evans, of the Bank of Commerce staff at Port Hammond, is renewing acquaintances in town, a guest of  Harry Miller.  School re-opened on Monday* morning  after the two weeks' Christmas New-  Year holidays, with the attendance on a  par with December.  The trustees from the various schools  in the valley are to confer at Creston to-1  n'i.hton the matter of establishing a consolidated high school at Creston.  Miss Doris Ferguson returned from  Nelson; after a Christmas-New Y*?ar  wpek visit with her sister, Mrs. W. Defoe, who has recovered after a slight  ill-  rnamenfals  Orders should be placed now  for all Nursery Stock !  B.C. Nurseries Co. trees have  again and - again proven jtheir  superiority for exceptional growing qualities as well aa production,  RICHARED DELICIOUS now  in bearing in the valley have lived  up to all claims made for this  variety.  Write or Phone 42F.  PeS  *  _    Bla1������\Mll#Ml  t������Si! ������111  in  i  Wm\  -j-yu'Saag-'  *  -  i  i  ���������  "j | ness  I  Agent B.G. NURSERIES CO., Limited  Greston  G. Sinclair  Greston Hardware  ��������� West Kootenay Power &_Ligiit Co.,tit ���������  CR������5TON,    B -u.  LOST���������At .New Year eve  dance at  jjPark pavilion,    Creaton,  sterling  silver  *���������������  finger   ring   set   with brilliants in   rose  design-   Finder   kindly   leave same  at  Review Office and receive reward.  ��������� GAHYQM STREET  ���������-_.   '���������ay wn< V v m- V '������'������'>  PHONE 38  "wr-ar*'**-**''*ww 'm1 ��������� ywwy1'*'' g f "W  --**��������� "<*��������� i -"��������� "���������**���������7*-   *  ���������*   ���������*���������   -^   **���������   ���������m.mm.m   m.m.m.m..m.  I  m  >  i  t  ������  m.m.m  ��������� a8>.afc.a>.4a>.  ��������� ������.J% w* .+.+.*.*..  THE FRIENDLY STORE  3-lb. tin GRISGO and a  BAKE PAN, both for  Ili'tHS  ft  ������  ������9.  !mmm-9mT*ag?HttmVi&&ima4&  ft  ft  BUTTER, Creamery, Fresh, 2 lbs      .   .. 7...V.,$ :47  BEANS, White, Ontario, 5 lbs...          .25  COFFEE, Braid's Nectar, 3-lb pkt   ...    .84  MIXED CANDY, lb                        ....:..->, ...19  A limited number of Medium Weight ALUMINUM  COOKING UTENSILS���������Preserving Kettles,  Roasters, Potato Pots, Percolators, each piece-���������  WE DELIVER  m  Greston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  , |myi-| ���������'ty "*****f������*y" "-j ���������**(**" ���������-y*****^^ ' m+<*^**mr*-^m*mm*vm^m^mw*'w,m*w~^m*w  Mi^^aaMa-alMHHMMMH^BBWMMBBaMHiWMaNMM^aHjMNMaVaWMaaBaaMi^^  j*-^*-*-**--*-**-^^  We are Offering  Special Values in  ..Flannelettes  HORROCK'S White at 20c. and 25c.  HORROCK'S Striped at 20c. up to 35c.  HORROCK'S Pink and Red, good quality, 20c.  Also Grey, suitable for Children's Underwear, at 25c,  Men'*   All Wool  Sox  25c, 3Sc. to 75c. Pair  The annual meeting of Creston Board  of Trade will be held later in the month,  i order to give President Bell time to  prepare, the annual -trade statement, a  big feature of the presidential address  Orehardists are reminded of the meeting in the United Church basement on  Monday afternoon at 2.30 to bear the  report of the special committee named  last month tc report or. the B.C-P.G.A.  reorganization.  .Mr. and Mrs. Osborn - Brown arrived  from Calgary. Alberta* on . Sunday, and  will be spending the next few months at  their home here. Mr. "Brown a few  years ago. purchased the former W. S.  "Watson place on Grandview Heights.  The attention of the Review is called  to an error in last week's report of the  funeral of the late Fred Sorge of West  Creston. Our report gave the impression  deceased was a Presbyterian, which is  contrary to fact. The only funeral services took place at the grave.  Mrs. S. M. Watson and children who  left here last month intending to make  their home in Vancouver for the present,  have decided to make Vicioria iivau-  quarters, where they are all stopping  with his broth r Fred. Stan, has to go  back to Vancouver for treatment, but is  recovering slowly, although it will be  some time before he can resume work.  He is still on crutches.  The hospital enefit basketball on Friday night was very poorly attended, and  after paying expenses there will be little  left for the hospital treasury. The  games were won as predicted. Motors  had trouble disposing of the Old Timers,  a men's aggregation in charge of Steve  Clark. Wynndel hadthe best of the  argument with Loa lo, and the Cardinals  ft  j������  'T- PAYS TO PAY CASH AT THE IMPERIAL  ���������**"**���������  I    SATURDAY-MONDAY SPECIALS  li  ft  a-CMt  !  aV  ft  I  I  am-  6  5  1  i  ft  DON'TWAIT  Every time we advertise a bargain to you, and you do  not take advantagevof the offer, you've "spilled the milk".  For this reason it will be to your interest to read our "ads"  and to act on it without delay.  CREAMETTES, 3 pkgs : $ .25  Cooks In one-third the time.  ROLLED OATS, Quick Quaker, carton  .....     .31  Chinaware.  mJ^%S~mlrM4mJ'IWp   A   tflriy     m������,    ftMLSij   d.    ucto       ,  .ear  Extra Choice.  PINEAPPLE, Sliced, tins, ifs., 2 for ...    .21     1  CM ,._ *������  K>������iif^c*jjv>i C 4 . ���������    - la.  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