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Array ������\       -    "*      *������!   J"      1    .  Provincial Library  &p!29  ' ?;?  4.4' ������������������)  HHTYT?  #^ to i^o^r^iwr  Vol  XX.  CBESTOH. B. 0., FRIDAY. JANUARY 11, 192&,  No. 45  [gSmm.**.   GSSmSSmmm*.  *  on  **v.  Birth���������-At Calgary, Alberta,  January 3rd, to Mr. and. Mrs.  H. Hilton, a daughter.  . Misa Gladys Stewart left at tbe first  of the week for Kimberley, where she  has secured a position- and. will be  s-emafoing fo? some time.  John Parkin, $... has returned to  Michel after a couple of weeks' visit  with his parejats here.  Bob and Jack Miller have taken the  contract of' hauling Dick Smith's out  of logs - into the*- sawmill of C������ O.  ledgers at Oreston,  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, ~ who  hflvp. be?n vi?3?t'?i!!t' h**?r5 *??!*c?5 Christ-",  mas, left on Thursday for Staveley,  Alberta, where they will reside permanently.  Miss Gladys Webster returned on  Saturday to resume her duties as  teacher at Blackie, Alberta,  Word to bund a few days ago from  H. E. Ostendorf, who is- now located  at Hosthern. Sask., informs that the  pralrto is baring the same mild wear  th������r as obtains here���������for which Henry  is-grateful as he is %t work building:  himself a residence. Ail will be glad,  to hear that his health shows improvement.  Definite assurance has just been received from Ottawa that the twice  a week free rural delivery of mail for  the Alice Siding section will corn  mence at the first of February. Instructions have been "Ivan- to forward  the boxes. Already about 22 residents  have paid for their boxes and when  tLns SHjs-vice is uaaugaraxed it is fib ely  inpre will t������Kke advantage., of the convenience of having their mail delivered-regularly almost at their own door.  ���������About sixteen growers were out -for  a; meeting on Saturday night at the  Webster residence /nf'^yl^tr^iim  marketing matters were discussed at  sqtne length, some of those present  being quite in favor of organizing a  selling agency to. serve this district.  work has  been   shut   down   for  the  winces'.  Misses White and J&eid of the Eir-ick-  sos tsachls��������� stsSf Msturssd on Sundft***  from their homes at Fernie and Vancouver respectively, and,school resumr  ed operations _ on   Monday   morning:.  SMS*  - Adolph Hagen und SL.J3av.is return,  ed to Slocan last week, after spending  a short holiday, at Wynndel.  H. Bathie left for Bos well last week.  He is on tbe road crew work between  Ginol's and Goat- Oreek-  Geo.  Cam,   jr.,  of Trail,  and  Mr. and Mrs. Quaife were Cranbrook  ViSluSrS joou Vccnt x������iivitC������M)S  siOj5S6   Ou  Sunday. ,*  Sidney Rogers .left "on Friday for  Vancouver, to resume his studies at  the Christian Brother Home College.  Miss Owen \������yilson left on ftuf-iday  for Cranbrook, after spending the  holidays at her home at Sirdar.  , Mike Talerico,' who has been a  visitor with his parents for a couple of  weeks, has just returned to Invermere.  Principal Hanse. arrived back on  Sunday  after a holiday visit' at bis  lUTmi  MUD  J.M..S.  UciiiKU bar.  *������i s~  a.-v    ucro  will be a lendinsr^ienttwre. Thes*e.*������'ill-  be the highland, fiiag^ hornpipe, Irish  5sg, Welsh dan* e and e./^llgger dance.  These will' be done in costume and are  said to be very fine. The coon sextette  is among the several catchy musical  numbers.  Tbe main feature. *'Slumberland,"  is taken by quite a large company and  the singing and acting is bf a very  high order, while special attentiop bus  been paid to the costuming and stage  effects. ��������� " ,  Popular prices of 50 and 25 cents will  prevail, and the company appears tip-  pears under the auspices of Christ  Church Sunday School. Extra seating  is being arranged f ir, so tbat all who  * A-^A������������������  home En Rossland, and school resumed  attend are assured a pleasant evening  on Mnndav- throughout.  with her father, W. Gelette.  Mrs, Hook of Spokane, ������$ here at  present on a visit with her papents,  Mr. and Mrs J. J. G-rudy.  .Howard Sltngsby returned last week  to the prairie.  Misses Swing and Randall of Trail  returned on Sunday. School opened  on. Monday morning, with a good  attendance.  ... Farmersjare all bu-y hauling home  and spreading strawberry -mulching.  David   Taylor, .Lonis   Abbott   and  Miss Mo Joy left on Sunday for Leth  bridge, Cranbrook and Fernie respectively,  to continue their bigh school  studies.  Paul Ofner left on Sunday for Bos  well,   where he  will join up with the  Goat Creek-Ginp! "*���������<=A ������  Mr. and Mre. Richardson of Let/fa-  bridge,Alberta, were Weekend visitors  with Mr. and Mrs. Heap before going  on to Vancouver for the winter.  Mrs. Martin was & Creston visitor a  few daya last week, a guest of her  sister.fMrs. Hopwood.  .-     Al  . Mr. and Mrs," Jack Cameron and  family left on Sunday for a visit with  the latter's sister; Mrs. Ryckman, at  Spokane Froro., .there they go to  Penticton for a visit with her parents,  Mr.'and Mrs. Johnson.  J.MJ4BVI.  V,<OOT*  Local and  ������  Em^kskmm  Mr. Sanford, who has spent the past  few. days with -his daughter, Mrs.  Telford, has returned to his home at  Champion, Alberta,  Frank Putnam and Frank Staples  were business visitors at Nelson the  latter part of the week, returning on  Saturday.  W. Harrison, representing the A.  Macdonald Company, Neloon, was a  business visitor on Monday.  Jflew   Year   Day   passed   off    very  quietly and   we understand  most of  the good resolutions made  by   Brick  son people are being strictly adhered  to. __.'..���������.  D, A. McDonald, O.P.R. tie inspector, wus here on an official visit the  paet wr6ek, and was a huest ut the  Rricksun Hotel.  Mrs. Benny of Oreston is a visitor at  Erickson this week, n guest of Mrs. It.  , Dodds. ���������  Alvin McMaster, who has been at  Yahk for some timo, is homo for a few  duyu' visit.  W. G. Littlejohn returned to Brick-  son during the week., after a business  visit at Calgary, Alberta.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaines of  Lcwlston, Idaho, were visiting their  parents,   Mr.  and   Mrs.  Woneger  tit  Arrow Ck'4j<-!c, and .wei-o guosi't* ufc  the  ISrtqksqn Hotel.  Miss Joan Kemp entertained tho  younger sot of EOrickson and Creston  on Mtonduy night. Bridge .and danq-  ing were the features and the affair  was much on joyed by all tho gucstu.  Mlfts MeRay arrived ors -Suwdh&y  from tke prairie, and la a frtieat of Mr.  and Mra. M, Curb wright.  Jas. Attwood arrived on Tuesday  from Cranbrook, nnd is spending a  "fuw daya at tho ranch.~  Hay McKelvey, whir* litis been hnnulling  tho   gas   shovel   on  govern mont  'sr'o:td   v.������or!:   hj   lhe   3Mol������������n    dtutrkt,  arrived   homo   on   Thuruday   last   mi  Mrs. Wittnmn, spent a fe***r days in,  Creston iast week, a guest oi ber  daughter, Mrs. C Leamv.  Mrs. B. Murgatroyd and Peggy of:  Vancouver, arrived on Monday on a  visit with Mr= And  84?s- John Bathfce  Twoypairs of silver foxes  arrived  l^f:v^^^hT'M^^aeHa#^bertaV  for the Hackett-Abbott,ranch.  The annual meeting of the Women's  Institute was held on Thursday last.  The officers  for this year are:    Presi-  .a. ������. **  ji s^k^.������j>.        mS^m kmu.:Ja^,  iMrs. Slingsby; secretary-treasurer.  Mrs. Greig, jr. ' Directors, Mrs. W.  Cooper. Mrs. Packman and. Mrs. V.  Johnson. '    " '  Slinnb@Fland -is  Coming, Jan. 18  -1*       :  Do you like to see talented juveniles  in action on tbo stage���������in song hits,  Don't miss "Slumberland." by; long  odds the best children's show ever  seen in Creston, to be put on by the  Wynndel company at the Parish Hall  next Friday night. Adults 50 cents.  Children 25 cents. Auspices of Christ  Church Sunday school. ^ t  Due to President Major Mallandaine  being a flu victim the'past ten days,  and preventing the gathering-, of  material for bis annual address, the  annual .meeting and banquet o*TOres  ton Board of Trade has been postponed until January 22nd.  Orange Lodge Installation  At tbe January meeting on Thurs-  dav night 1939 officers of Creston  Orange Lodge were installed, as  follows:  W.M.���������-John Spratt.  D.M.���������L. Moberg.  Chap.���������.(as. Compton.  Rec. Sec. R. Crawford.  Fin. Secy.���������M. Nelson.  Treas.���������B. J. Downes.  Marshall���������Matt. York.  iKfc Lec.���������E. OJsesn.  2nd Lee.���������J, Snerwood.  It4 Conp.���������F. Ross.  2nd Com.���������D. Learmonth.  Srd Com.���������J. McRobb.  4th Oom.T-J. Ryckman.  Th?    lodge   'continues   %o    enjpy ,-a  bteady growth in membership and the  attendance at meetings ib exceptionally good.  im&taCSam ������itii053G������0������*H������:;  ������.as������j������?.ll!������ B, ���������  ful variety programme in which they  lure assisted by a sprinkling of equally  talented adults. I������ yo������: do turn out  -for the musical fairy -play, '-Sinmber-  land,M with tnanyf added, features, to  be giveosby the ^^ntsdel:company in  [t^e^Pat-ish^Ji^^^^SlaV; tevemng,  January 18thj''witKT the*.-curtain at  8 o'clock.  "Slumberland" 'was -.presented at  ^Vynndel early in . December and  Bcored a great hit. Since then new  items, have been added and the public  are assured n. rare evening's entertain  ment by a galaxy of well trained performers. And there is oo occasion to  enlarge upon Wynndel talent's ability  :to entertain. Creston had a look at  .them loathe K.K.. Kino concert about  .three years ago and all wero agreed  they   were  entertainers of standing.  For next Friday night's  show  mention is due the national, dances that  The musical fairy play, "Slumber-  land," will be pat on at the Parish  Hall on Friday night,. January 18tb,  by the original Wynndel company,  under Christ Church Snnd >y school  allspices." It .is a children's show -that  conies very highly recommended.  See the dances of Scotland, Walep>  Irland* along with the always popular  hornpipe and a nigger dance as added  John Hewitsoni got 'back at the first  of the week from Ghost Pine Creek,  Alberta, wheie be has spent the past,  month with old friends.  Billy Yerbury returned qn Sunday  from a two. weeks' visit with his sister,  Mrs. Holland at Xieaber!6y���������  Due to sickness amongst the talent  the United Church concert announced  for January nth, has been postponed  indefinitely.  Miss Curtis returned from Slocam  City on Saturday and school reopened  on Monday with a full attendance.  HL M. Parker  of  Yahk,   a  former  nWJBClij*".*!'!    ������>?    XAatjimm   pohnnl     cn������m4.    +t.*m  weekend here,   a  guest   of Col. and.  Mrs. Lister. . ^_  Church of Jjgpgland service on Sunday morning was well attended. It  was quarterly communion Sunday  and there were 14 communicants.  . Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hobden got back  from their wedding trip to Spokane at  the end of the week. Mrs. and Miss  Hazel Hobden also returned at the  weekend from a two weeks* visit at  Cranbrook.  Harry Power off Cereal, Alberta,  arrived, this week and is a guest of  his sister, Mrs. John Bird.  Miss Mabel Parker, who teaches at-  Kingsgate, was, a visitor with Col. and  Mrs. List* r at the weekend, en route  from Sloca-n City to again take charge*  of her school.  features to "'Slumberland." The fcnii&i-  isa^^aicgr rjplay -afc������<the" P^j-*!a ^alJt  Friday," January "18th, nncfeirf^-Christ  Church Sunday schot I auspices.'- The  admission is 50 and 25 cents.'  &*r\[%&mJ%^>������-$ *Sj%l3*^,    %*pf������%MmtJl   ^mii*'Jtf Mb%a-*S?-f%5  The Standfast������Club of the Presbyterian Church wound up another  uuccossful year with a supper and  evening's entertainment ut the Parish  Hall on December 81st, when they  wero at homo to members of the  MapU^Leaf Mission tiand and friends  of the club. OflQciOro for 1020 at-o  an nou need a������ follows:  President���������Arthur Speers.  Vlco Pr������>8ldont--Hnbert Benlngor,  Secretary^���������Harold McLaren.  Treasurer^���������William Greer.  Mrs. Dow waa tho unanimous cholco  ua nuporvlHlor and Mrs. Boyd was slm-  llarly favored as asslntunt foi* another  year. From their savings nnd pro.  ccuds of lantern kictures thc club last  year was Hhh? to contribute $4ft to the  mission fund of tho church. Ihe cluh  has lift'������������������������������* mombtbi*B and meets ultur-  nate Frldaya for study and recreation,  Fob Rent���������5. room house, partly  KtuiuHiu-ci. gocxi jioci������tion������ Apply lt*.0.  Box m. Creston.  By Special Request the  Wynndel Company are  to repeat the  .   in the  Parish Hall  ritiay, Jan.  at EIGHTf p.m.  Under the auspices of Christ  Church Sunday School.  ADDED FEATURES  include  National Dances  Irish Jig  Hornpipe  "Welsh Dance  Highland  Fling  Nigger Dance  Hear the Good Ssxfotte  flSfiii ISS eJlltfa    UIIIIUI BIS ^OCS  Mr. and Mrs. Staner and two children arrived from New Westminster-  Qn Monday and are at present located  in the house on, the former David  Chalmersr ranch. They are here to  reside permanently tut are taking the-  Chalmers place temporarily till they  decide on which farm they will take  uPt -?-,^fyal'e Q? German extraction,  mr* ������������������  ii   ��������� ��������� T ,ak.._A-_  **  A -������������������      ^. mm. m. *         A .       ���������*_     **m  .-ai?d  Tocated At Winnipeg, Man.  Statements submitted at the annual  congregational meeting of Christ  Church on Monday night showed that  financially as well as in attendance  1928 has been one of the best years in  the congregation's history. Tom Lea-  man was named rector'^ warden, and  Jas. Cook whs the unanimous choice  as people's warden.  The Family Herald and Weekly  Star of Montreal holds a record for  subscribers renewing voluntarily, and  continuously year after year. After  all it is not surprising when one con  siders the quantity and quality feast  the" readers are given each week and  at a price red icnlously low���������$1 a year  of throe years for $2.  Lionel Moore has been appointed a  provisional lieutenant in D Company  of the Kootenay Regiment (54th Batt.  O.B.F.) nnd left for Victoria on Thursday last to attend the Royal School of  Infantry course at Work Point Bar-  lacks. We understand that six other  young men in the .Kootenay district  received similar appointments and  have also left to take the training  course at Work Point.  St. Stephen'a Presbyterian Church  Ladles' Auxiliary met in annual session at the manse on Friday afternoon, and officers elected for 1020 aro:  President���������Mrs. J. W. Dow.  Vice Presldont-r-Mrs   W.   Watcher.  Secretary���������-Mrs. H. S. McCreath.  Treasurer���������Mrs. C. H. Hare.  The auxiliary had an ingathering of  about $850 hint year, and nmongob, thc  expenditures wore the shingling of  the church and tho installing of electric lighting in tho church, which was  used for the first timo on December  80th.  Trinity United Church Ladies' Aid  had the annual mealing at Trinity  tuautio on Thursday afternoon .which  attracted a large attendance and  officers olcfeted are as follows;  President���������Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  Vice-President���������Mrs. T. W. Lytic,  Seerotary-~Mr������. W, H. Crawford.  Trcnsm-or���������Mrs. W. J. Truscott.  The   treaAiircr'e    statement    showed  tho aid to have raised In the neighbor,  ���������lima, ut {mi*} imho yu������r,  |-niri/  ������i������   wiliuh  had boon nponb to wipe oif tho balance  At a meeting of the Canyon Yonng*  People's department, held Tnesday  evening, Messrs. * Kolthammer and  Penson were the leaders in a debate,  resolved that the automobile has done,  more good than harm to society.  After the speakers; were heard from,  the meeting was thrown open for a.  general discussion, and the voting  being upon the question, rather on  the merits of the debate, the resolution was duly declared sustained.  The annual congregational meeting  of the Canyon United Church was  held on January 8th, tbe pastor being  in the chair. The financial statement  for the year showed that $816.00 had  been spent on the running expenses of  tbe church and $45.00 had been raised  for missions. The Missionary offering  was considerably In advance of previous years and tbe minister congratulated the congregation warmly upon  this fact. The Sunday School report  shows the work there is well sustained  under the direction of Miss Muriel  Knott. Owing to the illness of  the secretary*treasurer, MIks Emma  Samuelson, the Ladies' Aid report was  not presented. The Young People's  Society have held their meetings re-  gularly, largely in the form of discus-  sioni which had been followed by nn  half hour of games.  The pastor called for nominations  to fill a vacancy on the Board of  Stewards. W, H. Kolthummer was  declared elected.  of the debt on the manse, and another  $800 on tho debt incurred on improvements made to tho church in 1025.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild had tbo  annual meeting at tho rectory on  Tuei'day nftemoctn, wish a representative turnout of members. The treasurer's statement showed that very  close to $600 had been raised during  the year and tho usual payment of  principal and Intorest on the rectory  had been met and contributions made  to'other church ^CTort. Mra. QarUck  was olooted president: Mrs. J. *V.  Hamilton, vicc-prHHiciunt| ancl mva. if.  II. JackBOti, secrotary-treasurer. ���������X-5 iV.  HEVTEW-    ORESTON.   B.    O,  Blending Red Rose Tea is an art. To obtain the fine  flavor and full-bodied richness required years of experience.   Every package guaranteed.  '"'������������������������' TB        m      '        ' *)9  isgOQcatea  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE Is extra good  In the best package���������Clean, bright aluminum  Better Health In 1929  Grsisd Chssspioii Steer  Alberta Steer Is Sold For a Net Sum  ������������������.    Of $1,350  -   .Aynew-rc-^^ Alberta"  4*.    .  4.1.mm-'*.rjam m.m-^i.-'iii-"l        t. ���������il' '  m m" ~  M ���������* m> m A- - *   - "^*-     ~4.m'  .A., w������<:. vi������������jyv������������*Ji -A>3T: wftwu-^vesisfiit: xsi-oui-  ers^bf ��������� Lac||tibeyx>f ���������. Earl :; Marshall.  thef- steer "v^icii irecentiy won the  gfrapd ctiampibhship at. "Vancouver.  for fa net sum of ?i,250. Thia stee2,  which was bred by a Prince Marshall bull,;owned by S. Henderson ot  Lacombe, "w-ai^hed i������S50 lbs. and wa&  purchased by Jsidksoh Brothers, ot  Vancouver, at $1 per pound���������the  highest price ever paid $o v an Alberta fed steer. ?  A year or two after the close of the Great War, and when it was  organizing-, its peace programme for "the improvement of health, the  prevention of disease, and the mitigation, of- suffering," the Canadian Red  Cross Society launched a monthly magazine for the purpose of arousing-  public interest In the matter of individual, community, and national .health.  With the end of 1928 publication of this little periodical ceased, and in  announcing the cessation of publication, the Red Cross stated that in the  intervening: years the subject of Health improvement and disease prevention  had made such giant strides, and so many o'^-g-aulssatioras and publications  were devoting their energies to the subject, while almost every daily and  weekly paper regularly printed health articles, that the same necessity did  not exist for the Red Cross magazine, consequently tho money it cast to  produce could be devdted to other purposes.  There has certainly been a gratifying increase in public interest in  health, matters in the years following- the war. With all its awfulness,  tragedies and enormous loss, the war at* least served, the purpose of advancing tlie cause of health. Today, Canada*is probably the healthiest country in  tha world, but, even so, there is still yast room for improvement, and that  improvement cannot be brought about? alone by medical men, governments.  hospitals, and health organizations- 1^ rests largely with the individual.  In the past it has been true to a ;4rreat extent that people only became  actively interested in their health whet}, they became sick, notwithstanding*  the fact that every intelligent person Wjfll frankly admit that prevention is  better than cure. In all industry in. this age special efforts are directed at  the elimination of waste and ail unnecessary costs in business. Yet loss of  time', loss of efficiency, loss in production, loss of earnings by the employee  and of profits by the employer, loss occasioned by increased expenses at  tite very time when income is decreased, or stops, is the direct result of  sickness.     It is the cause, of the greatest aggregate loss in our national life.  No better New Year resolution can be made, or observed, by the individ-  *u ai, or the community, than one which finds expression in a determination  to safeguard health. Such a resolution finds added force at this particular  time when an epidemic of infiueDusa is again sweeping the continent,  although, fortunately* of a milder type than those of some years ago. Influenza is very contagious, but, on the other hand, it can be easily combatted  through the taking of very simple precautions. If it is not so combatted at  its inception, it may quickly result in serious complications such as  bronchitis, intestinal trouble, or pneumonia. . -.. ���������  All health authorities are aiive to the danger; so, too, are the life insurance companies, and all are engaged -in extensive publicity campaigns to  acquaint people of the danger' and to mafie known to them the simple precautions they should exercise. Thousands of dollars are being spent in  newspaper advertising and other forms of publicity, and it is money well  spent, but it will, nevertheless, be largely wasted unless the masses of the  people to whom these appeals and advice is directed profit by it.  This new year of 1929 cannot be a happy, prosperous year if sickness  enters the homes of Canada, followed by death carrying off loved ones, or  leaving members of the family weakened and liable to contract other forms  of disease. Good health is the first essential to happiness. Without it no  person, community or nation can be prosperous.  The Canadian people cannot render better service to themselves and  their country than by giving immediate and constantly continuing attention to their health. By so doing they will be laying the only sure founda  tion to happiness, prosperity, progress.  Need S������chs Tonic As Dr. W31-  Haras' Fink Piiis To Restore  Health  When a girl in her teens becomes  pale and sallow, especially if at the  same time she shows inclination to  tire easily, d. listlessness and inattention to her work or studies, she  needs   Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills,   a  corrects the condition from which  she is suffering. A chemical analysis of the blood of such a girl would  show it to bj3 deficient in just the  elements   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Cuticura Heals  . Aftftoyisig Rashes  I j-JtJathe the affected parts freely witn  CJuticura Soap and hot water, dry without rubbing, and anoint with Cuticura  Ointment. This treatment not only  soothes and heals rashes and irritations  but tends to prevent such conditions.  8*uni>t������ EMb Vttm bv Khll.   Address Canadian Depot:   "Sura*  bona*, Ltd.. MontrtfU."   Rrlce, Soap 2S������. Ointment 26 and 60e.  Talcum SSe.  Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c.  Recipes For 1 liis Vv eeU  tBy Betty Barclay* -.  Seize Enssiais Pe&sas&s  SCALLOPED CORN ANO CELERY  2 cups" corn   ,/canned    or    fresh  out}.  1 cup celery (finely chopped).  1 cup buttered dry bread crumbs.  1 teaspoon salt.  1 small green pepper chopped.  2 tablespoons butter.  1 cup hot milk.  Arrange corn, peppers, celery and  crumbs in two alfernate layers in  a buttered baking dish. .Add butter  to hot milk and pour over the vegetables.   Cover  with   buttered . crumbs  can supply."But "an analysis" ofPth������   and bake 30 to 40 mifiutes.  Serves  blood is not heeded���������the physical  signs are a pallor of the cheeks and  lips, dark circles under the eyes,  easily tired and breathless after  slight exertion. Poor appetite, headaches, and sometimes fainting spells  follow; often the patient is nervous  and is startled at the least noise. In  all run-dowrn conditions there is no  other tonic will build' you up so  quickly and so surely as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The statement  of Miss Dorothy Lumblin, Bush Island, N.S., will bring hope to other  weak girls. She says:���������"I wish  from  my heart I    could    persuade  eight.  RICE WITH DATES  1 cup rice.  3 cups boiling water.  1 teaspoon salt.  1 cup dates.  Wash rice and add to boiling water. Add salt and boil 5 minutes.  Cook in double boiler 30 minutes.  Add dates, cut in pieces, and cook  until rice is tender and all the wa  ter has been absorbed. Serve hot or  every person who is in a. run-down! cold with milk or cream,  condition tp give Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a-,-trial. About a year ago I was  a weak girl suffering from impoverished blood and a run-down system,  with many of the attendant symptoms. I had often read of Dr. Williams* Pink PUls and decided to take  them, and after using six boxes I  feel as well and strong as evel*. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills will be my  standby in the future if ever my  blood needs building up again, and  I shall always find pleasure in  recommending them to others."  You can get these pills from your  druggist, or by mail at 50' cents a  box from The !������r. "Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  More than 2,100 miles of motor  rail postal routes were started in  Germany in the past fiscal year.  Newly Arrived Missionary: Tell  me what became of the man who  had this position before me?  Cannibal Chief (patting himself  on stomach with_ reminiscent grin):  He took a trip to���������-the interior.  Frontier   Guards   In   Poland   Arrest  Starving    Peasants    gieek'ng  Food  Reports from', the northern part  of the Polish Russian frontier state  that Polish frontier guards have  been seizing Russian peasants who  seek to penetrate Polish territory to  get flour and fats in Poland.  - The peasants are quoted as begging- the Polish guards to permit  them to obtain food in Poland ssa  view of scarcity in Russia, adding  that..,-they'.'have great trouble in obtaining permission to cross the  frontier Inasmuch as the soviet authorities feel that the peasants dis-?  credit the government by seeking  food in a neighboring country.  *.  She: "A fortune teller says I have  a lot of money coming to me."  He: "It may be true, it may be���������  but I would rather hear a paying  teller say that." >       ,      .-���������  Minard's Liniment Is. good for colds.  Mink farming is  rapidly developing in Alaska.  League 0������ Nations  Stern Wheel Steamboats  Drives Asthma Before 14. The  smoke or vapor from Dr. J. D. Kel-  IpgEg's Asthma Remedy gives asthma  no chance to linger, it eradicates the  cause. Our experience with the relief-giving remedy shows how actual  and positive.is the snccor^t'^givesrlt  if* the result of long study and experiment and was not submitted to  the public until its makers knew it  would do its work well. ~  Relief in 2 Minutes  Just a drop or two of Putnam's  Corn Extractor, ahd the pain goes  away. Relief is almost instantaneous.  Removing corata with''" "PUTNAM'S"  is so easy, so sure, so painless���������  thousands use this wonderful remedy.  and say it is the best. Don't suffer  any longer, use Putnam's Corn Extractor, the one sure relief for sore  corns. Sold at every drug store.  Canada's Dairy Herds  One million, four hundred and  ninety thousand, three hundred and  forty cows supplied milk to creameries in Canada during 1926.  What She Reduced y  Robert: "I'm never going to take  Miss Townsend out to dine again.  Too expensive."  ���������^-^aiviir:"."Why,   she   told   me   she  was reducing."  Robert: "She was. She reduced  my bank-roll about 15 bucks!"  For    frostbite  ment.  use    Minard's    Lini-  Y*ou may have ���������' more than you  need, but you never have more than  you want.  Coast     To  Coast Membership Drive  To Take Place In April  The weekly and daily newspapers  oi Canada are warm supporters of  the League, it was stated at thc regular monthly meeting of the  League of Nations Society held in  Ottawa, when arrangements were  discussed for the membership drive  to take place next April. Through-  out the length and breadth of the  Dominion, it was said, editors have  shown an interest in the activities  of tlie League of Nations and in the  efforts of tho Society to promote it  in   this  country.       The   support   ot  MADE IN "ENGLAND  Last Of Picturesque River Boats  Has Disappeared In B.C.  Tho Fraser River has seen the  last of its picturesque stern wheel  steamers which until now *iiave  formed a link with the romantic  past, the Cariboo gold stampede  and other notable events in the early history of British Columbia,  The old steamer Skcena has been  sold as a canntfry tender, and will  bo used as a bunkhouse for fishermen. Sho will no longer navigate  the shallows and treacherous canyons of the mighty Fraser, and she  the  press  will  prove  a  great  asset   wa3 tho last of ������������erline.  Stern   wheelers   first    commenced  in  the  annual    "Coast    to     Coast"  Membership Drive due to take place  on   AprlS   lGth,   1929,  which   will  be  _,. known as "League of Nations Day."  to operate on the Fraser in 1859.  Missionary (to cannibal)���������I warn  you in regard to eating my brother,  lie will give you indigestion. He  i!ever ag'reca with anybody.  r  I (Tt K FTft  Children with weak bones  or poor dentition receive great  benefit from the use of  Scotf $ Emulsion  It is wonderfully pure, vitamin-rich cod-Hver oil nnd  IhelpH build a stronff, healthful  body, sound bones and teeth.  illcou Hit Brtwiir, Toronto, Ont.  ������ mil i w���������������i������������������nmniM iniiiiniini ������������������������  Every careful and observant mother knows when her child suffers from  worms. Sha also knows that If some  remedy be not speedily applied much  harm will result to the infant. An  excellent preparation for this purpose  irt Miller's Worm rowdors. Tliey  drive worms from thc system and sot  up stimulating and soothing effects,  so that the child's progress thereafter is painless and satisfying.  ^Miiiimi.HiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHmfiiiiitinm  The Improved      ������  Glass Substitute    J  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH   |  THE sun is the all-powerful life producer, a  Nature's   universal     disinfectant     and ss  germ  destroyer,   as  well  as   stimulant ss  and tonic.      WINDOLITE is the sun's most ���������  Important ally. . S  Medical research    has    definitely    proved ,2  that from the point of view of  Ktealth  and ss  Hygiene, tho moat effective among the sun's 2  rayto aro the Ultra-Violet rays, which possess ������  tho greatest power for   tha   prevention   and ss  cure of disease and debility. a  Science has further established that or- _  dlnary window glass docs not allow the passage of Ultra-Violet raya, so that by using  gloss we are artiAelidly excluding thepe vital  , health-giving raya. Therefore, the invention  of WINDOLITE has completely satisfied tho  lqng-felt want. ^ Exhaustive experiments  have conclusively proved that it is a most  effective substitute for glass, that it freely  admits tho Ultra-Violet raya, and that Its use  has a most beneficial effect on the growth  nnd development of plants and chickens and  on the well-being of cattle,, enabled for the  ilrat time to have healthy light Instead ot  darkness in thoir shoda.  Ind������od, tho discovery of WINT0OLIT1Q has  during tho last six years completely revolutionised gardening, given a new stimulus to  poultry breeding*, inareai*Ln������ lh*i ogg-laylng  capacity and fertility of chickens, has groatly  lmprovod the health of cattle and la mow bo-  !ntf used in domestic and household require-  nxmta.  ss  a  a  Maud���������"So you married your employer. How long did you work for  him?"  Myrtle���������"Until I got him."  ���������MHMUM  w,  w.   u.   rw  No man or woman should Hobble  painfully about because of corns  when ao certain a-rolloC Is at hand as  Kolloway'o Corn rtomovor.  *m*m  S**A  2       -,,  2 WINDOLITIri stands for 100 per cent, -sunlight. It  a makes light but -strong windows for cattle sheds, dairy  a rotables, poultry houses, brooders and all out buildings. It  a Is economical, unbreakable, flexible and is easy to cut and  S fit. It is now being successfully used for sunrooms,  verandahs, ocUoolo, factories, hospitals, sanitariums, hot  bedii, plant coverings and greenhouse**. It keeps out cold  ���������will not crack or chip,���������cuts with, an ordinary pair of  tsclnaora and ts easy to lit. WKNUOL1T1D ia supplied lu  t- rolls any length but in ono width of 80 Inches only. A  Es -square yard of WINDOLITE weighs about 14 oasa., whllo  2 ft square yard of glass of ordinary thickness, weighs  WW about 13B to iai) < orb. Tho improved WINDOLITH. requires  g      no varnish. WINDOLITIS Is mude In Kngland.  ������    Price $1.00 Per Square yard, f.o.b., Toronto.  tj&a WINDOLITE and let  VOiPR' PLANTS  YOUR CHICKENS  YOUR CATTLE  R������������k In lOO ������/c Sunllnbt  Send for booklet "WINDOLrrE"  2  S  2  umm  2  mmmt  2  2  a  3  H"Mt  a  i  mmm*  mm*  a  I  cr^atauo^  Happiness Is not in getting what  you want, but In not wanting what  you catu't get,  Distributors: JOHN A.  51 Wellington St. W.  CHANTLER & CO., LTD.  TORONTO, ONT.  lipiiiBliEiiiliiailfaMiiiiSiim L  THE   REVIEW, \GKESTON,   B;   G.  ECONOMIC LIFE  HVPA&Tim QIMTNI1  ."Difference^ Of   Opinions   Within   the  Two Opposite Camps 1        heads native soars  Berlin.���������Confidence in Germany's  economic soundness is the dominant  aote in Agent-General Seymour  Parker Gilbert's report for the fourth  reparations annuity year made pub-  .K m. mmmm.~.Jtmm.m  The report paints a complimentary  picture of Germany's entire. economic life. The agent-general testifies  to Germany's punctilious, payments of  ail sums due on the reparations accounts and describes Germany a?  placing" the product of her science,  skill and labor at the disposal of  creditor nations iu an effort to pay  Sor the war.    - - <���������<  With reference to payments for the"  current annuity year the report fore-  easts that "no question can fairly  arise, in. the light of practical experience thus far, as to the ability of the  ��������� reich to provide the tuii amount.of ats  standard contribution of the plan."  "The report states that' the    payments and transfers during* the year  amounted to 1,739,000,000 gpld marks  (about $440,000,000).  The report proceeds "to show that  ,. the total annuity of the fourth yeaT  " was almost one    and    three-quarter  : billion  marks,  of which France  receives more than one billion, (about  ������250,000,000. r-  The    list    of    creditors,    included  France, Great   Britain,   Italy,   Belgium, Jugo-Slavia,    United- States,  .Human'a, Japan,    Portugal,    Greece  and Poland.  London, Eng.���������For the first time  both parties within the Salvation  Araay have openly admitted that the  high council which will meet shortly  was composed of two .opposite camps.  Officials at the international headquarters and at the headquarters oi-  ISvangeiine Booth, head of the Army  in the United States, freely made  pronouncements on the probalble lineup of voting when the question of removal of General Bramwell .Booth as9  commander-in-chief, and reorganization of the Army will come up..  An official of the Evangeline Booth  group stated that after a -careful canvass the group was satisfied more  than the necessary three-quarters  majority of the council will vote for  the removal of General Booth and  subsequent reorganization.  At international headquarters those  who are supporting General Booth re  fused to concede a possible victory  to the other camp, saying that they  were sure of at least seven,votes, and  that they believed the council would  vote confidence in the general to continue -his ��������� leadership. - ,  - They said, however, the method of  choosing a successor, and other adr  ministrative reforms, might be effected, and that even certain-of those  who would support the general -would  favor this.  To Preserve Niagara Falls  Treaty   Ia   Signed" Between   Canada  nnd TJnited States   '  Ottawa, Ont.���������The construction of  remedial"works tn the Niagara River  designed to-distribute; the water so  as. to ensure at all times unbrokes  crestlines on both Canadian and  American Falls, is provided for In a.  treaty  between  Canada  and TJnited  CfcK.     ������.***������  of the Prime Minister here.  In addition to providing for the  construction of. these works, provision is also made that each country  may divert an additional 10,000 cubic feet of water per second for power purposes. These diversions will  be permitted only "during the winter  or non-tourist season, beginning- en  the first day of October and ending  on the 31st day of March, of the fol-  The  treaty was  signed  by Right  Dr. James Cotton, president of the  Native  Sons of    Canada,    who   ex--lowing year"  press fear that Canada's new inimi-1     The  treaty _  g ration agreement with Britain may^n. w. L. MackenzTe King' acHng  brmg too many settlers here, there- 5 te ^ capacity of plenipotentiary for  by increasing unemployment and m& Majesty the King, and by Hon  driving: Canadians to the United, w**iii������m -ok-i-h��������� tt���������������0/i Wo(m ^.n.  States.  Prisoners Help Fund  For Distressed Miners  ister to Canada,  as  for his government. -  plenipotentiary  Vancouver Adds To  Official Population  j   Langsner Leaves Canada  p-Man    Who    Investigated    Ambrose  fl Small Case, Has Gone To  ���������j West Indies  "*    Toronto.^���������Dr.    Adolpb-  Maxmilian  ���������Langsner, who investigated the Am-  "fbrose  Small case here,- some weeks  tago,   has  gone   to   the  West-Indies,   Polis ���������m a populaiton of-   220,883,  land later will go  to  Mekico. These   according to figures arawa up In a;  Suburbs   Havo   Been   Absorbed   By  Coast Metropolis  Vancouver. ��������� The pandemonium  which welcomed the New Year also  marked the beginning of a new Vani  couver. This' city addled some 80,-f  000 to its official population at the  last stroke of 12. The hitherto sep-"  aiate municipalites of Point Grey  and Vancouver South merged with  Vancouver proper to form one mertd-  Hcard Appeal  Made By Prince On  Christmas Day  London,    Eng*.���������Evidence    is    fast  accumulating of the   added  impetus1  given the lord mayor's fund for relief!  Early Seeding  Marquis Wheat Sown At Indian Head  On January 2nd-.  Indian Head, Sask.���������Saskatchewan  in past years has. been*noted for the  creation of records, some' of them  strange and unusual, and on the see-  nearly $2,000,000   exclusive    of    the  is  ^'sections^&te^  ::-patoeticj-^to .hia���������jtoe.c>ri^ra^^ftagthods,  ���������than;;'Canada f,wKo^  ' "cording to his own statement, exhibited a disinclination to renew his immigration permit as a visitor ih this  country.  : Aa on his previous departure from  Toronto, he promises to return, make  ���������sensational disclosures regarding the  Small case, and "solve the mystery  in spite of all they can do."  ��������� Influence was brought to bear by  bis enemies and opponents in the  iSinall case, he said, before his departure, with the object of preventing- him continuing his investigation  of the mystery.  survey. completed in December, 1927  A local directory, however, places-.  of families  of distressed  miners  by \-    j"f       * i���������������n.       "������.*. **  +v.~ ^^������      ~������ 1    4, -4...    ������ . ������nd day of 1929, another was addea,  the personal appeal of the Prince ot ���������.. ���������. ���������..���������  ���������.      , '  ..  ���������w7������-i=o v,������^������^i SS *.        j- ,-n. *- 4. i Uiat wdl stand for some time.  Wales broadcast by radio on Christ- j     _.. ,. ,.  *v ~c tv*���������.     rr.1,,, *.   ^1 ������.*.!���������    This was the seeding    of-   spring  mas Day.    The fund now amounts to  ���������. ���������o).    _ ^  ���������      . _,        .    f. .  wheat,  five acres  of  Marquis being  i planted on an experimental plot at  the experimental station farm. At Y  o'clock, the   superintendent    ordered  his men and teams autj*ahd according  to information given Wednesday afternoon, the? five acres .were seeded  ���������fcefore,dinner.;y.. -..P*?. ':S^:.:P>'.'-P  The land, summerf allow, was in excellent shape, and the wheat was  buried to quite a depth.  governmental contribution which  to double it. .  The governor of a certain prison,  has sent along $55 "from the prisoner^ who heard the Prince." Many  letters received at the headquarters  i of the fund, the Mansion House, are  addrssed to the, Prince personally...  Canada's Tirade With U.S.  cording to the" lower estimate, Vancouver brought in a population of  142,150, South "Vancouver 45,500, ana  Point Grey, 33,233. Thus this Pacific gateway, which less than half a  century ago was but a settlement,  has reached a position where it lays  claim, to being Canada's third city.  The next Dominion census will officially place the ronor as between  Vancouver and Winnipeg.  Best Customer Last Year Says Bulletin Issued At Washington  Was Pioneer Ra Iread Builder  ''Pat Welch, Well Known,In Wcatj,fpifca  In California ?<��������� S, '���������'. V  Spokane, Wash.���������-Pat Welch, 70,  member of thc firm pf Ste\*$art^ and  Welch, railroad buslder^.'^dic.d re'gent-f  ly at Cotonado, California, a telegram  to relatives here said. Mr. Welch,  who had gone to California for his  health last summer, had been ill for  ���������nearly four years.  -Associated with Major General  John Stewart, of Vancouver, B.C.,  Welch bad a part of the construction of many railroads In the north-  tvost w'th Qen oral Stewart, held  many contracts in the United fStates.  Canada, Great Britain and Africa.  Famous Analvist Dead  Ottawa. ���������Dr, Anthony McGill,  it.A., B.Sh., LL.D., F.R.G.S., formerly chief Dominion analyst, is dead at  his homo in Berkeley, Calif., according- Lo word received In Ottawa by  relatives. His death occurred oi������  Saturday, December 20. He was 81  years old. Dr. McGill was one ot  Conada'd moat prominent chemist,!*  aiid wan an outstanding figure in  sclentiJic circles.  Revising Regulations  Ob Incoming Autos  Officials At Ottawa Welcoming Opinions On Existing Restrictions  ..;��������� Ottawa, Ont,���������Business, men df  Western Canada are taking an kctive  interest in the revision of the Cus-  toms?regulations in regard to the entry from tho TJkited States of auto-:'  mobiles.  The Department of National Revenue has been engaged for some  time in tblp re-drafting of these regulations with the purpose of removing objectionable restrictions on incoming' autoists, and- such has been  thc Interest of business men in the  West that the work has.'"been' delayed temporarily until all representations have-;been received.  Many board of trades have written to tho department, nnd the officials aro welcoming every expression  of opinion. Every effort will be made  to eo redraft the regulations that  they will be acceptable.  dap' f r^^Gahada ? literal?  ly purchased a little. of everything  American manufacturers had to offer  during, the first ten months of 1928,  and may have "bought the Brooklyn  Bridge" if "Shcle Sam offered such a  structure for sale.  This makes the substance of "our  world trade,'-' says a bulletin issued  by the foreign commerce department  of the Chamber of Commerce of the  United States. - It stated that the Do--  minion was the best customer of the  United States during the designated  period. .    .  : New Commander l?or Bangers  Ottawa.-���������Included in the promotions announced by the department-  of national defense is that of Major  E. Popla to the yank of lieutenant-  ; colonel,, and to command the;-Rtoeky  Mountain Rangers, with . headquarters -at Kamloops, B.C.J vice Lieut.--  Col."T. Aldworth, who, has been  transferred to the reserve of officers  FFICIENCY OF  NF.W fi)MRINF3  mm   mmmttm   WW ^W^>������OA^ ������������ 1M%/  ������������   cs qg^-s   ^m? 9      ss*^ -tir-vt   t^t* *m*r ******* * v  ASfSPS.V FKitVI^  ��������� ���������������������������������������(������   ������mm m.      m.   sm-mmm   ������  3mmt.*  Ottawa.���������Contributing to the- progressive transition of Canada's farming industry, one of the more recent  labor-saving devices, the reaper-  thresher, or ���������"combine" is playing an  important part, according to E. S.  Archibald, director of Dominion experimental farms.  Latest statistics, compiled by- the  federal department of agriculture,  show that more than $12,000,000  have already heen invested sn this  new harvesting machine by farmers  of the prairie provinces. It is also  estimated that more than 3,500,000  acres of grain were cut and threshed  during 1928 by the new method.  Saskatchewan, the   premier*   grain   ������  producing province' of the Dominion,  leads in tre number of combines in  use with a total of 2,356. In Alberta  ���������^      J>������,������r mm. e^  m.Jm   g mm. m. m. mmm m. ���������   ^ J".  -^,-UO������     JUUICK-JJULUSO     wcte     xu. uj/CicLnOIi,  while 206 were introduced in Manitoba.-  Exhaustive experiments with the  combine have been conducted by the  federal department. Data has also  been collected from owners scattered throughout the Dominion. From  this Information it has been established that very little trouble is being experienced in operation of the  combines and that grain kept without loss in grade or milling quality.  The survey further revealed that  harvesting with combines resulted in  aw approximate saving of ..eight or  nine cents per bushel. A number or  owners reported a saving of grain  averaging 2.36 bushels per acre and  that better grades were received  than for binder harvested grain! fn.  few received lower grades, while. tha  majority of users. noted no difference. .".'.'" ������  The canvass indicated that weeds  caused delays in some sections; Several, operators, however, stated that  burning of combine stubble "and .  strawy had rendered the succeeding  crop free from weeds and in several  instances had increased tlie' yield .  from two to six bushels ah acre. '  "To Tour Canada  Ottawa.���������Sir Williaf Clarlc, . Bri  tish high commissioner for Canada,  next month hopes to visit Winnipeg  and also Quebec, and then in the  Bpring make an extended tour across  | the Dominion to Vancouver.  Senate Editor To Retire  FAVORITE   PHOTOGRAPH   OF   PRINCE  IVtnv Air Mac-t'di'uJ, Appoiutcd  . London, IZng,���������Sir John Maitlanrl  Salmon, air mars!i1fl,i has been appointed chief marshal ?6f tbo, Tloyitr  Air Force ln Hijcceanton to Sir HugK  TVenchnrd, who resigned December  20. Sir John Frederick I-Jl^Rln.q, air  vlce-marsthtil, will be promoted to Sir  Johs. Salmon's ran!:.  New Hotel Is Assured  Saskatoon, Sask.���������Definite assurance of construction of a new C.N.R.  hotel, consistent In eIkc and character  with tbe nee da of tho city of Saskatoon, was contained In a telegram received by Mayor G. W, Norman,  of Saskatoon, -from Sir JHenry Thorn-  Ion, pre rs'. dent of the Canntl Ian National Railways.  W.    N".    IJ.    lier  ttrUltdi Membera Nominated  London, Kapr*.���������Tlio Br.ltJnh -ptovorni  ment has nominated Sir Jos lab Stamp  and Lord Rovelatoko an tho British  members of the projected committee  of ftxporta on reparatlona. The name.-*  of tbo two deputy membera will bo  announced later  Albert   Horton y Quits   Office   After  Fifty Years'Service  Ottawa.���������rAfter half a century of  service, Albert Horton, editor of Senate debates n Canada's parliament is  to retire shortly, It was announced  recently. He will be succeeded by  David Halpin, at present of the Senate Hansard staff!.  Mr. Horton has been a familiar figure on parliament hill since he was  brought here in 1877 by Hon. George  Brown, to report the proceedings in  the Senate for the Toronto Globe.  The Flu Scourge  Nov������  ICpidciViiC    Most  Scotia and Ontario  Ottawa, Ont.���������Ontario and Nova  Scotia are the two provinces of the.  Dominion where tho ravages of the  'flu are most severe at present, declared t>r. J. A. Amyot, deputy minister of health, but the visitation of  the scourge thl3 winter Is by no  means aa serEous a3 those of 1018,  1919, and 1920.  The complications which accompanied tho malady In those years  have not been present to such an extent in the present epidemic.  Mnlcc������ Endurance FligHit  Lon An������Clcr3, Calif.���������A new'world's  endurance flight mark for feminine  fryers was attained by Miss Bobblo  Trout, 10-yoar-old Los Angeles girl,  when she'landed her Golden Eaglo  ���������plane here, setting a new continuous  Olght time of 12 hours and 11 minutes.  Hera Is reproduced a photograph of Uio Prince of Woilea whlebi  was taken from tho Illustrated London Nowo. ThlH picture* la declared to bo the beat over ���������secured of the young man who recently returned Cram the blgf trame haunts of Africa   to   the   nick   room,   ot   Ma  father.  King; Cl-eor^e,  Tempest In Japan  Tokyo, ��������� Seven   hundred   Iiouecs  wero reported destroyed, 60 persons  killed and scores Injured by storma  on the Hondo coast, southwest ot  Nllgata. Information reached tho  railway department bore that at  Icuyt zu vUia^vB vvarvj. amuiuuiuu hg;  thc high ceaa. ���������?:*%iii8������*^^^  - >!-��������� *,*������----.a--''���������,-*  --.1  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday ab Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  *������o ������UTfc 4m _   V������   .C      . ,. ��������� m. ���������'  O. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  ORESTON.' B.C.. FRIDAY. JAN. 11  Drom September iS^/te^d  season, 10,152 boxes marketed.  of  Marketing the Wealthies  % The organized effort of the  Wealthy apple growers in the  Okanaghan to sejsure, s, .-later,  shipping season on this variety  is attracting considerable, .attention. Iu answer to the resolutions recently adooted in this  connection Sales Service. Xiimit-  oomprehess-  &t  &���������..*-:   ,'^,,!,av';s   ^w,.v^-,v^^  sllbted |or the >i4Qy<6pi^|SiWiof Jihe %ititp^   apples Bpmmenee ^^ra^ tnree r jp^|1. var^ties^^pvernea   py  vU,   ������S������S   jU������lj    1U8UQ,   25  oi n A   .M.V4IV,  ������CJ       ItWUI  the pen of R B Staples, it will  prove doubly interesting in this  section. The article, in part,  reads:  As  a selling organization Sales  Service, Jjtd.,haV the responsibility  of the distribution of the products  of our shippers and are not inter*  ested directly in the financial in  tere&ts of our members. Onr  reason for pressing for the early  opening pf Wealthies was entirely  due to ..the.-".'fact that we had the  responsibility of marketing a block  of Wealthies estimated at 160 oar-  loads. On August 10th this looked  like a very difficult proposition and  every day that the opening of  Wealthies was delayed we felt that  the'proposition was becoming wore  diificult. We think that pur view*  point -was sound and in the best  interests, not only of the deal as a  whofe, but of the Wealthy growers  themselves.  Historyof Movement  As a proof of this we offer the  following history of the movement  of the 98,000 Wealthies commencftd  on August 15th at a price of $1.00  on Hbusehoid, tiija price held firm  until September 14th when the  price was reduced to 85c. Sales  Service shipments we have divided  into three periods as follows?  From August 15th tp.Septemhsr  3rd, 69.840 boxes marketed.  Prom Septeaiber 4th t6 Septem  her 13th, 18.734 boxes marketed.  First Shipments go  It will be noted that- in f spite  better' n^^ de i  mand for Wealthies fell away as  the Mcintosh season apprc&ohed,  indicating what- is the es^ot situ '���������  atlon, ''namely^ that buyersjy are  adverse to having stocks of^^eai-  tjaie^ oiif;;|j\and syben Melntosjl  apples arrive. ,;;Nor can ,i^ bje'  argued from the abpve figures that  the falling off in demand towards  the end of the season was due to  the.: condition of early shipments^  First shipments of * Wealthi-esysvere  in the .hands of the huversoss ass  aver������������e of four days after. August  15th. We do hot know of a single  claim having been made against  the quality or maturity *b$: these  first shipments, and buyers continued to reorder heavily due to the  fact that first shipments met a  satisfactory demand.  Better Quality���������Less Money  . Ko ������ne questions the fact that  later Wealthies are superior in  quality but in spite of this quality  the price had to be reduced Sept.'  14th to enable Wealthies to be:  marketed against Mcintosh competition and later ou in the season  the balance of the crop was marketed at a still lower price.  Going back to the article referred:  to  in  The  Vernon   News we .$ndi  that   the  general   opinion   among  Wealthy growers seems to be that;  Sept. 1st is a suitable date for   the;  commencement  of  Wealthy   ship  ments.    There is also a suggestion;  that   this   variety should have the  market to itself frona three to  four?  weeks, or in other words that   Mcintosh   shipments  should   be  held  up  until   approximately   Oct. 1st.  Just in passing it is well to rem em  ber that Mcintosh shipments were  held up this year until   there   was  an accumulation of something  like  600 carloads^ and that this'holding  McintoshPi:p\\$p is,, altogether, toc������ t  short. ; With -fche increase - in  Mo j;  In tosh production the problem ^ijl  . ���������. .tp 1, conntry ,- retailers ���������: '}<BO^&whereii ?  aromJ^.Q/ct,. lQthv or at least not  later tbamObk 15th.  oeqome more acute.  ^*t rm    mm^^     '^^rf s^.^*[mk^,''Si'-^*'^*������i\_'..���������*    -*J^<  and   owrf ideas  ���������ir***?.  ������o to?.w2|s'''*;3^f*#y^  ���������:iWw'���������'*���������-: *.'" '   " ���������.' "   " "    *i* ���������'"i ' ,<  *W9* I I      VtkitV  *v ������������������*    WW  $ "���������*'?��������� ^^'-^w*^^  -,****'- v*,r*  From  this it must be auite ao  ___}_������____  To aii whom we have  served, ahd . to those whom  we expect to serve, we ex*  tend the heartiest of Good  Wishes for Happiness and  Prosperity at this Season  and throughout the Coming  Year.  V. MAWSON  all-nil $f*-9      - WfATB^l*^������V������t**������i.      ft*.!**     anrhSvaVA  ���������'���������    ��������� ^'\^'^^r^^'fCA^'Ar- ���������  bound?tioylHisisSe;?.-  Three i^^4so* Marketing V  ment  ^rc*iytK*a  Sritish  Golumbia  px>intpf vieiw as to whe������l   varietieaf  i%f-:',l;Vr.j.j-KfVSm$::AJA-;--i;r".'--J!Pi.!T ���������>:���������.���������    .���������������~V'.*.V:--,W������S.'V'  .-VP*elVtoX-*l^'a.i^mtij.-d. tha;vffrpmi,j^i!e  :;";,���������    .������������������(-',-ijf- ..$.'pA^AAjm.a$.>-:.A-i-.. ,;;������'������SvvS.,?< ���������    .���������.-���������A3**.^  point of vie^wpf pur market certain  d&te.i   ari absolutely .fixed.: ,'���������/ The  markj tm|r|p - pu^-^s^ppl^s^ pn^^p  ������������������������������������'-.. ��������� y,c:"vy :'-j';>-:;y.-''--'vy- ;$%.'* * ,-���������-. -"iiawv^i,,*-*,.^  ���������jjeiir* .-j^iirtiiS<j|a:':..y::f^WrA ho.vo firnh rvf a.11  .���������'..-���������;':*������������������.-*:-   *^ -llAS^'U-SA,.'-: ���������' "i-^tr-r T'm    'T'e*". -    ���������"  the distribution of pur Fall varie  ties whiattfdlia^butiQn takes . place  largely ^|^r^|^.;the jnj������edii|m y,-pf  pountry ^.jpii^f^f-bars;,v ^ecpndlyj the  distributioniy.c^:; Winter appjles. to  bbuntry ,poiiits; thirdly, the distri  btstion of, Win ter apples which  takes place ? after country point  shipments   are  discontinued. ., The  ...t"'   r^P'-'r ���������' ' \- ~'i\    r^i/'-."*:r'4"',-t- V->    . "-?. i ���������: ���������;������������������ " ���������"���������". i ?. ���������  ���������i'y-.'J-   ��������� .-".   '/��������� .    '      "  whole .moyemejit is , timed by tlie  shipmen qt country point cars pf  Winter apples, due to the fact that  these voannpt:.m when,     the  weather becomes really .cold and  .must discontinue on or about Nov.  5th, or not later than Nov. 10th.  Winter Supplies Important  In one sense, this movement of  Winter apples to eountry points is;  possibly the most important apple  movement we have. It is out of  these oars that the Prairie farmer,!  outside of the large cities, secure,  their winter supply of apples ancl!  which in many cases are stored in  parent thatpur three Fall varieties,  oameiy > ^e*jth.ies, molntosh ; .aii^.  Jonathans   which  constitute   over  50 pej^ffsen^ss,.aw!CvSbta! ��������� pepdugtion  ���������niuet he moved ^rorii the, orchards  into, tli������ hands ofCthe corisuinera .on  ory before :. -:Qbti-yl5fch,..'i- aud :^Jif..fwpj  assume that Sept. 1st. ft a  proper  ^5^*--T~"!?^T*T^*?.?r.*' /J?;"***'  tV>)c  ���������������>ri^,.'*M������������'   then,.; we, ajrje;-._.lef^^^thrja ,;;barev-pj|*jc.  weeks for the distribution to the  Prairie of our Fall varieties  ' "���������% ?>'*.    'AU%W$K-'-    ' 'i?rfe>  .. S.       An ., 1 *M������W������C������3������llil������k   T*.  ���������s... 4. -   m-mmmm. m..mm.4tM4tti.t4t4vm4,Amm^ jk..  ...(awCV;*. -'-i������V.������-J(ilf,   "-*���������������*..      "ra>   ii  We   are . auite f frank. in ��������� stating,  that in our opinion this is  an  lTf'f?f?  i prey ailing north  of the 49th paralleL It is possible  to extend this^ "period slightly by  begining toi -'hrarkety���������.W'3althies;'iu8t  ���������iwi- :.^ri^^itv|^r:;; jeawn^vthe'  Vkiivftrft jivill:''ab^nt-'-fcnettji'y,^.^.Gertfliti-  ^'^r^'���������^^������������������'���������^fi"���������,^^'���������'^^J:^>F'���������*������������������,���������*^*?'t���������'���������-JJS''��������� ���������v-:,>.^:--.*-'"*-"=*^-������-*. -���������  |^,^'.f"|������.S^^  variety.lfe.afan^getti^s? their product  into consumption pn^?the^ Pi?alrie  early in the season- and to -attempt  ���������to y b<rpw^f tbis ��������� _*&*$&.}?}$&*$$&��������� -MP"  'i^o^h(:?Beason^ 'tj^-', wai^i^^for .'full  nsaturity is to invite disaster.  im  Fob 8AT.B���������PivoTtons second cut No.  1 alfalfa, baled, ^llIP ^ohBider pa������t  trade for culves or young stock,    W.  f urthg-pf^d^-'-sa^-;-^^ .. jgoss  portant/p,fpbl^sv:fApin'^  of   the   Okanagan   today   is   Xjhe  impossibility     of  pur  .-V-!W,.*,���������.' :s"i  Glirist GSilireti, Oreston  :^J_\UNDAY  ORBSTpGlN-  11.00 a.m.. Matins.  the. cun8|i^erj3^^11*B,.rs.;. ,. Without  this eountry point distribution our  winter apple deal would be absolutely hopeless, and in order :to  make the best of these country  point shipments it is r. ecessary. that  To Aid Ni^rrf^n j^d Bench die  Cod Liver Oil without that bad taste.  Vitamin   Toffee   contain  God Liver Oil  We have now perfect methods  of disguising the pure Cud  Liver Qil standardized. It is  procurable with Malt Extract  or flavored with Cherry,  Spearmint, "Wintergrwen and  Mint. Of course* the older  prod Oct*- are still available.  j*.;,..  ;AryAAAm.  fLgyer  Oil Emulsion  ftaral^r yet pleasant  to take. Made from  the finesi duality  fKTorwegiah?bfl. Pleasantly flavored. Valu  able as a food tonic  :,fand for *-*OBe:fin?:'.th������  treatment of general  debility and loss ox  -.flesh.    ���������  Pure God lAy^-Oil  , aratioo, Sqott-s Emulsion, Eexall God Liver   v  EntuIsi6n,,Ci^phsVv^ Cod ldve*r  :   and Creosote, yluoi. J  GEO.  iW   Of!  DOG  2Ql=iaE  31=11.  To thm LAgistatnrA  NOTICIC IB HffiltKDY arVKN thrtt nn mipll-  caU6n will ha truulo to (.ho Lqc-lHlativo Aeitomb-  \y of tho Province of DritiRh Colotubin ������t ltd  noxtiMMwIon, nn b������half of tho OlkironodJHts of  BrittMh Columbia, far a privato bill to lie known  ui, "Tho ChUopotly Act." lor tbo purooMi of  Bovftmlnir and roflrnlatlnjc tho _praowoo  nhlropody   tlirouirhout  roflrnlatintt' tho praotloo of  fhout Hrit'sli Columbia by  provlrtine for a board of oxarninorH lo jnnuro  tiie bettor quaUnontlonnnd Htanrllnirof poHiona  in-HotlMlnu kihI ItoldJiiK tltuiUMilviM out im pnuv  Hfflmsf thn ���������jwnfwHcn of Ohlropwly In UrStl-n*  ml "  rpi  U������*������l������ttX!r<xl Zi.iiii IjIccidm.xI Chii-oixxltMUi of Brit-  ������nnfntr  tfon or  .     -���������... .....     ftrStls-h  Uoluuibfa, and thu rouriHtnition anil ]ic������nnfni  of innotltlonorN, wnrl  for tho Jneorpornt"  U������*������l������tU!ro<l Znml lAea...     ...........      .   Inlt Columbia Into a body ooTiMU*ato nndor tho  iittino of **Tlivu UrltlwU Columbia Ghlropwly  AwuMsIatlort." with powoi-Mof woqnlrlner, lioldlnir  unit dlwpoHlnir of rail nnit p(������rHonal projxirl.y.llx-  Ivta *mu ooH������clln������ of oicaiiitnation roKlntratlon  and en roll muni icw, tbo liwuln������ of cot-liftou*  tions cf rat.ittrt.ti0n ,.w. of UcojjhMiJ, tho iuJi>U������-  mIoh ot candldat������������, tho dlMclpllnlrttf and control  of iiiOinlKirH, aiad uniustlnir of all hyli������wn and  retftil&tloou for Ihe tfftnftml luunawoinontof tho  'liUJOC$atI(ifl.  htM**. mi  . rtiiw������ir������r-, .t.%.^,, i,u*������ tttiMt Uay of  November. A Ah, WML  lAICAH mmlAWAB.  llanrlnl^trN ami Holli-tttom  UtZt Mtaridnrd Bank J Ui1������.  Vauoonvor, ItO,  }HoUt-.lt^irM for Ai.pllwi.iiLn.  mask  was  ad f>{>6sea   to "ue irbr the  benefit of-Wealthy- distribution...  ���������~������l*r& TUfatr.m   R<airir������e rf^������if������i***,ittTirkS<-v-  Assuming tliat three weeks is a  reasonable length of time for the  distribution of 270,000 boxes of  Wealthiest it is probably not unreasonable to suggest that the  movement . of Mointosh apples  should be given clearance by the  holding back of other varities for a  reasonable length of time* and  since we liadl this yeiir a crop of  1,200,000 Molntoah, approximately  one half of which go to the Prairies,  we would suggest that seven weeks  would nor. be unreasonable, based  on the Wealth^ growers* ideas.  Following the Mointosh crop we  have the the Jonathans whioh  nitisb also be considered as a Fall  variety, and a good portion of  whioh muai be placed on the  Prairies for Fall consumption.  Probably the Jonathan grower  feels that at least two weeks of the  market should be reserved for his  commodity.  When Woiijd Winters go Out  This gives us, for the marketing  of Wealthies, Mointosh and Jonathans, a total of twelve weeks.  roughly speaking t-hreo inonthn, or  in other words if the growers' ideas  are carried out and shipment of  Wealthies delayed until Sept. 1st.  aud then . reasonable olearanoe  given for the marketing of the  three Fall varieties, wo would find  ourselves commencing to ship Winter apples on Doc. 1st. This all  mound'. ubtmrcJ. but iiovorkholesa it  ia not one bib more absurd, from a  merchandising point of view, than  many of the propositions whioh are  being advanced.  Possibly tlo time is ooming when  tho Mointosh grower   will  diacon-  OMlil������     .H'ttPkU^I,      N.IMUM.    lilt*   |'������l������<3Mlli.  MH  was done this y������ar, 'this due to the  fact  that   Mointosh  production is  SnartuunBiw    and    tlio   hhhhou   now  m  ������  ?tv ���������\,!''  JJOIV  ���������flriir   *f-"h b f  J*m*4mjr J*. *LrJ*.M.*mM4-n*  iiiGiri  -and it is yopr business to get  the best possible work at the  lowest possible prices, consistent  with quality.     It will be a pleasure  samples arid   quote  to   show  prices.  you  AmmmmmmmmJ*  THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL   PRINTING   DEPT.  iBtamnigsgsiGK  SlBIBBlEJta^  iisiiBsaKSii:  )OtS)I3{ 'A'ltJK  M<mir������AmA-W  'UJn.JEjii^'X'UXt  mmt%*3.*r U   li.' UdlT  JDMQ V JUCI ������v  A^*5  Y  Annual Meeting:  Christ Church  inere was a largeukiu jvep"vSS5nta  tive_. turnout  of   Anglicans., at   the  annual meeting of Chrt&t Church con  gregation at the Parish Uali on Monday night* v^lth  the s-eetor; Kev,- A,'.  Gariick, occupying the chair.  The financial statement was decidedly encouraging -showing a balance  of $7i������ after meeting all 1928 expenses  and a couple of small deficits that  were incurred in W2J. Satisfactory  balances   were also shown in the r*e-  ports 'submitted by the Women's  Auxiliary, Ladies' Guild and the recently .organized young people's-club.  The record of attendance also showed  that the turnout at communion and  regular Sunday services Was 'much  better than * for the year previous.  The rector announced that be had  promoted T. Leuman from people's to i  rector's warden and the otlaer officers I  for tbeyear were elected as follows:'  " people's Wat den���������Jas. Cook.  Vestry-*���������Major   Mallandaine,  C  B.  TwigR, J. W. Hamilton,   John   Hall  R. A. Palfreyman,   W. B.   McAlDine.  F. H. Jackson, Jeffrey Collis, Mrs. E,  W, Payne,   .  Au ditor���������John Hall.  J. Vv. Hamilton.  .Delegate -to Syratfd���������-C. B. Twigg.  Alternates���������W. ES. McAlpine, J. .W.  Hamilton, Major Mallandaine.  :  The cuetoraary votes of thanks were  tendered the organist and choir, San-  day School staff, and the Guild and  W.A.,;.and sociability marked tfte  close of proceed*������g������ when  nisnts were served.  lessTPje on Cunyon Power  \\m  -frovinciai  waters 01 Goat "River.  A reserve has been placed by thef  Government on the  This action  is taken by._ the - water branch of  the JLatida Department, for- the  purpdse of allowinR several applications whioh are being- placed  before that body to be considered  without prejudice.  The South Kootenay Power  Company has an application in for  the taking of water from the river  for power purposes. Creston and  the surrounding district is also  considering .the matter of .applying  for water to be U9ed in the generating of power  for domestic   pur  poses   within  Lilts  [fegl  BANKERS' INVESTMENTS  \ TT THEN vou are interested In high-  ���������v ��������� y grade securities, consult the saan=  ager at any branch of the Bank.  Service to the public, buying and selling, is arranged,by the manager  through the Bank's Bond Department  at Head Office. This means that any  security selected through our service is  a bankers' investment.  Any  .manager of  tke Bank will  give yoti  careftd advice and painsiafAng service.  IMPERIAL BANK  OFCANADA  CRESTON BRANCH      -       G. W. ALItAN, "Manager  Branches at Invermere, Cranbrook and Fernie.  Sf-Sv"*!  Wca  ������ts of One Hundred and iTInr^five Millions  A third application is  likely   to  be made. from one of the reclama  tion.  plane,that.jlias   in   view the  development of the Kootenay Flats.  In   this  latter   case   the idea is to  obtain water for the generating of  power  to  operate the pumps that  would be used in   connection   with  the carrying out of the plans  over  the area that it is proposed to   use  for   farming   purposes.   fWith   the  reserve . placed -on   the-.waters the  department will be in a position  to  deal   with   all   of   them   and    any  o'hers- that    may   arise  -without  prejudice.���������Victoria Colonist.  Comedy, ''Growing Pains V*        M - G -  ews  A-Ayj_^   tr%jC������s^,m.  jtaetsomc jLmQuge %jfticers  JLJb-i-iV  hs-sob  I. f*B,  RE6. WATSON  CHAS. BOTTERILL  DRAYING and TRUCK SERVICE  COAL,  WOOD,  SAND,  GRAVEL  PROMPT  ATTENTION  GIVENHALL3ORDERS.  Try Us Once  man  SLABWOOD  r^^***-    _     ^       m^*S*mmm^^*mm4**������      ^m\\**m.       ^m^Smm***^      iJHmm*^^ W     ��������� W '������    i       ������ ������l       ..   ��������� ' m,mmtt\W*\*mm*Amr  Is good wood for the Kitchen Range  or your Heater. A good, big load for  $2.50, delivered in town; slightly more  outside of town. Phone your orders  early.  ' There was a fine turnout of brethren  and visitors for the Installation of 1925  officers of Creston?- Masonic Lodge on  "Wednesday evening last, with RVW.  Brp, S. A Speers and W.Bro. T. W.  Bundy in charge of the ceremony.  This year's officers^ are:  'W.M.���������W. Fraser.   "      ' '  S.W.���������NL. R. Joyce.  J.vv.���������Ij. Liittlejohn.  Secretary���������C. F. Hayes.  Treasurer���������S. A. Speers.  8.D.���������K. J. Forbes.  J.D.���������John Bird.  S.S.���������H. W. McLaren.  J.S.���������A, L. Palhier.  Chaplain���������W. H. Watcher.  Trustee���������H. Young,  1.6.���������H. IianRston.  Tyler���������A. A. Bond.  D. of C.���������Jas. Compton.  The usual installation night banquet  closed proceedings, and was one of the  most enjoyable in the-lodge's history.  Foit Sai-e���������Chinchilla rabbits from  pedigreed registered stock, 0 months  old, $7 pair; 2h months old, $1 each,  Elegibte for registration and in fine  condition. Mias Alma Johnson, Creston. -   .-.   .  consists   in   spending less than  you -earn. f  If by careful economy you can  save ��������� money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings bal������  ances   and  shall   welcome youe  ..aCCOUnt.':.        ���������   " '     "'   -.,.���������*. '   "-y esQ^-A  ;.-~: ������������������   ���������-. A---'-~^^-^^^m^J><r^^^^    - ~  THE CANADIAN BANK  Qf COMMERCE  Capital Paid Urs $20,  CHAS. O. RODGERS  United Church  Kkv. Ii. B. Cribb, 55. AM MiniatftiV  Jp^L  jt^Il.   JLJp   JL  \^P   i  MARCONI  KOLSTER  11.00 a. m.���������W YNN DEL.  2 80 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.80 p.ro.~ORESTON.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listinas Boltoitod.  CRESTON,    B.C.  ���������TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  ----- An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM. BACON and LARD  GLENDALB CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  '���������''������������������  #      All varieties.  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTdN, VEAL, LAMB  BORNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produces better poultry.   Buy the best.  JS  -r      j  U  Improvements in design and appearance of  sets. Redactions in prices, and a promise of  a better line of broadcast programmes will  make this a record year for radio. Come in  and make arrangements for a demonstration  in your own home.  AT THE  HWjMkMa^ 4.^^"*��������� -**"*���������   mmu*. rn^mm.  We invite you to inspect .our  new stock of  iymJen"& Shoot*  By the Sack, Ton  PREMIER   OARAGE  PALRri������K   Ou.    wtnKwU.L.1.  senvicE on anything operated iav gasoline  Work Socks  %SffigmmfIfc 03mffmfkmAAim^t  and  MltmWhoti Wonmllm  Full stock.    Priced right.  jff&:      JSB0WP0^^^&^1itTim\ffffp  m^'-tmi 1,0      mti km mm tmm mm       > m-���������������,..,. m    w.u^S  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing"  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood Flour  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats  Chopped Oats, Wheat  Timothyt, Alfalfa* Prairie Hay  We carry complete stocks.  In FLour, Feed, Fuel it will pay bo get our  prices before buying elsewhere.  ��������� Jl ������%��������� HM        j#%. Hfe *fm Mk "W* EJk.  5"S'������     !r*s~      WWU if% a M B������C ���������* jEa  i   Ml  ��������� KB ���������tsigr' n       , ca m m *%������!*  -msor  m m mem m   <**    **     **  m.  w\-xm  $imS������iZ71gSS3'i$ZT., TUT]    REVIEW*,   CRESTOK,   B.    O.  Acts Uke a Fiasfi  In Relieving Co&Bs  JThat's whjr so many people hMy  --tmckieyV to end Coughs, Bronchitis and ail Throat. Chest sad  X.UHK troubles. It's instant, pleasant,  guaranteed, You'll note 3ta unicue  powers in tlie very first dose���������and  there Rre 40 doses in a 75-esnt bettEa S  Ask your drug-gist for "BockleyV.  W. K. Buckley. Limited,  142 Mutual St., Toronto 2  %  MIXTURE  ct= lUii a fiasfi���������  <r*ww>  a single tip proves il  821  75e.  and  4>Oc.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLO  Landing Device For Planes  IViatler  Ib  Occupying the   Attention  Of the Government  The construction of an efficient  landing device for planes, combining  skis cuivt wheels, is ocupying* tlie attention of gaverneuint aeronautical  engineers. Several forms are now  being tested at Ottawa, but It is admitted that the problem is still uni  solved.  The difficulty is one that ia peculiar to Canada, air officials stated  today. Airplanes frequently take ofC  at. one point, using wheels and on  arrival at the end of a few hundred  miles' trip find it extremely difficult  to land without skis.f -Air mall  flights between Toronto, Montreal  and the Maritimes are particularly  affected.  The preparatory commission for a  disarmament conference has beer?  convoked to meet at Geneva on  April 15.  I>r. J. D. MacLean, former premier of British. Columbia, has talten  an important post in the federal  department of. finances .at Ottawa.  At a meeting    of    the    selection  committee  in    Winnipeg,   Lawrenct  C   Bonnycastie     was     selected     ekJ  Manitoba Rhodes scholar for 1929.  English      ."with      no     American  tinge" will be the world dominating  language, Professor R,  Dybobski,  of;  Poland  stated  at  the  Modern   Lan-  gguage Association meet, in Toronto.  Rudyard Kipling celebrated hisi  63rd birthday on his estate "Bates-  man" and the following day joined  ia celebration of his wife's 63rd  birthday. Both days were spent  quietly.  President Emillia Partes Gil believes that prohibition woul-dr benefit  Mexico but he will attempt to wean  the people from alcoholic beverages  by distraction and education rather  than by a sudden and severe law.  A new record for gra-a exports  v?as established by the port of Montreal during the 192S navlgaticti  season, when" 202,575,931 bushelb  'were exported, an increase of 17,-  508.844 bushels over 1927.  The -well-known London chemist  Hilton Jones, announced recently  the discovery cf a new gas, so deadly that it would make war "inter  national suicide." Jones said the gas  causes death instantly with the  slightest inhalation.  Two siew passenger steamers aOe  the Canadian Pac'.fic steamships-  n'ght service between VaiTco-uvei  and Victoria have been ordered in  London. The new boats are to be  delivered in 1930, and will each-  have sleeping accommodation for  435  passengers.  The annual Lewis gun competi  tion of the Dominion of Caxiaau  Rifle Association has been awarcieu  to the gun team representing "B'  Company, Governor-General's Foot-  Guards, of Ottawa, it was announced at Ottawa. The competition  was participated in by entries from  units  throughout the  Dominion.  ���������r*^t^^>%^������^^*wN^H^H<������������������ ^.^mm. m. ~ mm ,���������ir~, rt.irtrtr*-,rt*ii  I Winnipeg Newspaper Umoni  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  %0mmM.+.\   *J +***.+J* ^.O  auH  Golden Text: "If we say that we  have no sin, we deceive ourselves,  and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and right,  eous to forgive us our sins, and to  cleanse us from all unrighteousness.'  ���������1 John 1.8, 9. ~  Lesson: Genesis 3.1-24; 6.5-8; Mark  7.14-23; Romans 1.18-32; 8.10-18; i  John 1.5 to 2. 6.  Devotional "Readirn-g: Psalm 51.1-10.  FIgS&fc tHm ���������termm -with, V������p������ffS  Treat All Colds Promptly   through the skin like an old-  But Be Careful Not to   fashioned  poultice,  "drawing  ���������     -        _ ��������� ���������* ��������� ���������_   _ ... s^mm,_,rw   4������������riwVi4*t*^������kr>e������    *���������+*-*.*3     ������*<ia4������������        m������^������H  Dxpianaiions. and Comments  What God la, and What We Should  Be, 1.5, 6.���������The message which John  had r6eived from Christ (see verses  1-3), and which he now hands on, is  that God Is light, and in Him is no  darkness (moral darkness, i.e. sin) at  all. "Light, as here contrasted with  darkness, means not intellectual illumination, but ethical perfection. It  describes the absolute purity and  holiness of God as he has been revealed iu Christ."���������A. S. Peake.  God is spirit (John 4.24); God is  light (1 John 1.5); and God Is love (1  John 4.8). "Spirit, light, love are  not mere attributes,  they are Him-  tSrfO'f*       ^PTk ���������a**''*     <C������*l*joi      ������rv**r*Vvrt WI-*������*      *1-i n.     *>4*������* v*rkot>  ***���������"���������������"������������������������        <��������� -������**'1jr. .  .   *m~fm      Jf** i**-**mtt**AJ-    -   *,*K^4f      mm-^m^*~ ^���������~f x,  approach to n. definition of God that  thehunaaa mind could frame or comprehend. The more we consider  them, the more they satisfy us. The  simplest intellect can understand  their meaning? the subtlest caimot  expound it."���������A. Flummer.  It is not possible to live in sin and  at the same time to enjoy the fellowship of God, John next declares.  "Walk" in this verse 6, Is a familiar  figure of speech, mean'ng one's customary conduct. "Do not the truth"  means do not live in harmony with  the demands of truth. "The "life as  well as the statements of the lips are  false."  "A life in moral darkness can no  more have communion with God,  than a Ife in a coal-p't can have  communion with the sun."���������-A.Plum-  xoer.  The Atonement For Srn, 1. 7.���������If  we walk in the light, as He is in the  light (we -walk; .God is; we move  through space and time; he is eternity), we have fellowship one with  another (the hearer we are to God,  the closer, is our fellowship with one  another). '  "While Ve walk with God in light,  God our hearts doth still unite;  Dearest fellowship we prove,  Fellowship in Jesus' love."  ���������Charles Wesley.  Disturb the Digestion'  With Too Much Dosing  While Flu is so prevalent everyone should take precautions to  prevent its further spread. Flu  is generally accompanied by a  headache, burning eyeballs, and  out" tightness and pain, and.  helping the vapors' to break up  the congestion..  Avoid Upsetting Stomach  This simple external treatment  cannot disturb your digestion.  as too much "dosing** is so apt  to do. This is doubly important"  when "flu** is around, for your  aching joints. But it begins so stomach, as well as your res-  many times with just an ordi- pkatoiy organs, must be kept  ^^^.r^^ij .y aa good condition sn order *to  aAsg-c-jf w������������������ ~- jgjp^r* mTj\t%r hnrftf ,*es*st&nr,e at ^ts-  Too often, the colds are neg-   highest level,  lected until they have lowered    ^  For this reason, too, mothers  the vitality and permitted the   prefer Vicks for children. It can  lurking serins of influenza., or   k������. ���������,.*.*.<% -pf-������?������v_������ *sr>?i **���������?*������������������.  pneumonia to"get a f oothoid.*'  The only safe plan is to attack a cold at the very start. A  hot bath,  a laxative,  and .a  vigorous application of Vicks      . - .. -  _   ..       /**.**T*a*#*  ���������*������������������*? . ������b^-k������������������������*.   ++^****.JT .  V*,A-+������m    tw*������������-w*A9    *** V *>mAm'  on the youngest child, with no-  fear of upsetting a delicate  stomach.  To Help Ward Off the Flu  VapoRub on the throat and   When influenza colds are preva-  chest at bedtime, will usually   lent, you can often prevent in  break' up a cold overnight.  External Treatment Best  For hours after Vicks is applied , its ingredients, time tested  remedies, such as camphor,  menthol, eucalyptus, thyme  and turpentine, are vaporized  by the warmth of the body,  and inhaled right to the in-  flained air passages. At the  same time, the ointment acts"  f ection by snuffing a little Vicks  well up the nostrils every night  and morning, or before exposure  to crowds*  X  _     "V Jk Pf O R ii E3  OVZR&MfLUONJARSl&EGYEARLr  Two Hundred Mile Dog Derby  Returns To North Country  Powerful SleOieiae.���������The healing  propert'en in. si>: essential o'ls ar*������  concentrated in every hottlc ot Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. forming cue  of the most beneficial liniment"! evor  offered to the use of man. Manv can  testify as to lis power In allaving  pain, "and many moro can certify that  they owe thoir health to it. Its wonderful p-twor is not expressed hy the  small price at which it soll3.  Copper En Northern Canada  The deposits oi" copper ore in tho  Arctic region of Noi-lhern Canada,  o-lthcug-h at present innccesa'hlo, possibly constitute one of the Rreat copper ore reserves or the future,  Giinclstu-iiPR Tind ru'.patonoB  There  ore   In   tho Maritime   Provinces   about seventy    quarries   from  which   grind .'-.tone",     rur.l     ptilp^tonoB  liave "boon furnUthed.  Trim Graceful Lines  Aa sheer  rayon printed  velvet    in  harvest   brown   tr.nes,   practical   for  all-round wear, achieves new femininity   throug-h   demure   bew   of   soft  faille    s:lk    crepe    sUpped    through  hound  openings   at *end of  diagonal  neckline and tied ,ln knot.      The circular  slcirt    carries    out    one-sided  treatment in pointed outline, attached to hipyolce, to give trim graceful  line.      The sleeves    are    dart-fitted.  It's easily made and at an atractive  cost, for the 36-inch size taken but 3  yards of 40-Inch    material    with    %  yard of 27-inch    contrasting:.    Style  No. 339  is deigned in  sizes 16,  18,  20 years, 36, 38, 4.0   and    42   inches  bust.       Plain  transparent  velvet in  golden brown Is captivating for afternoons.    Crimson    red      georgette  crepe   Is   enchanting  for   afternoons  and informal  even'hgs.  Black  rayon  velvet is dlg-niilcd for dining out. .For  all-round wear, select black lustrous  crepe satin or navy blue wool crepe.  Pattern price 25 cents in stampa or  coin (coin is preferred). Wrap coin  carefully.  How To Order Patterns  Preventive measures are advisabl������  with so much Grippe in the air. Keep  the throat and nostrils clear of -infectious germs by inhaling the balsamic  vapor of Catarrhczone. By this  ineans you send the pealing and  soothing properties of the famous  'Blue Gum of Austral'.a all through  the air passages of the Jhead and  throat.  Catarrhozone stops a grippy cold,  it's splendid for irritable throat, relieves headache and quickly drives  cut the germs of Flu, Influenza,  Grippe and Eronchitis. Get Catarrhozone today. Complete outfit, $1.00,  and lasts two months; smaller size  50c at all druggists. .  More Effective Danger Signs  A. Houston, Texas, sign says  our  danger signs are based on the wrong  psychology. '"���������'...-  Tell a man to c'3top, Look, Listen"  and he is impelled to do none of the  three.  H suggests tho following railroad  crossings:  ���������"Come ahead. You're Unimport-  tant,"    ,  "Try our engines.    They satisfy."  "Don't stop. Nobody will miss  you."  "Tako a chance. You can get It  by a train only once."  FROST BITTEN.  Relieve the pain of cold-nlp-  p������d chocks or ears with Mln-  uiiVn.   It will sootho nncl heal.  W..    N.    IF.    1707  Addresn* Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  175 McDermot Ave.,   Wtiiuipeg  FtiUem No  bS.'JM ........  ,��������� ��������������� *.*���������������-���������,  i ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ��������� ���������-��������� ��������� ������ ��������� m������  Name  l'OWtt  .��������� ��������� ... .-m . ������>.������. * . . 4. .**, ������ mm . m.tt,  "Wnll. Jim." asked the returned  traveller, "havo you married that*  r.wcct glil, or do you Htlll darn your  own nocka?"  "Yea."  Excellent For Croupy Olilltlrcn. ���������  When a child is suffering with croup  It is a good plan to use Dr. Thomas'  I-:cloctrlc Oil. It reduces the inflammation and loosens tho phlegm giving speedy relief to the little sufferer.  It in equally reliable fpr sore throat  ancl chest, earache, rheumatic pains,  cuLh,    bruises    and    spra'ns, Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is regarded by  many thousands as art, Indispensable  of the family medicine chest.  Ono   of  ovory  2,000    children     In  Vnrvlti'nrrj    In    m.Vfnt'i r������H    Vi-i*   i-nmw!    IVHwrl..  ... - *        .,......���������. ���������......  v.cmt or tho Inability    to    read   nnd  i-poll.  Visitor (surveying room): "This  Ih���������or���������hardly what I waB led tc  ojrpcct from  your  advertisement.  Landlady: "Well, you ain't tho  gentleman I thought you waa from  your lottor."  Famous    Mushers    W5U   ISaec   T!hi  Year From The Pas To the  Flin Flon  After a lapse of four years, the  endurance, dog derby, which once  thrilled the north country, and, it  might even be said, the world, is returning to Thev Pas;''. The.? gruelling.  non-stop race which brought fame tb  Northern Manitoba and its hardy  mushers will be" revived- at th-e front-  ier towai's winter carilival, . March 4  to 7. This time, romance will be added to romance. The course will be  from The Pas to the famous Flin  Floij- mine and back, a distance of  200 miles.   .  Two thousand dollars in cash prizes, besides other valuable '. alwards,  and tlie Walter Goyne-Grant Rice  memorial cup, which, has an intrinsic value of $1,000, will attract mush-  ra from wherever mushers mush. The  winner will have' the dog racing  championship -of the world.  "Shorty" Russick, veteran driver,  and- the youthful, though none the  less noted Emil St. Godard, present  world's champion, each have a leg  on the memorial cup. St. Godard  v.Hll be owe of the leading contestants  this year, and it is likely that Russick will also enter. Other noted  mushers are "bound to make a strong  bid for more fame at tho derby  since it has gone back to epic propor*  tions. Seppala, Alaska's pride, haa  been itching for another endurance  race, his friends say, and other  mushers, from both tho east and the  west, have already sent ln their applications for entrance forms.  Drivers are already .training their  teams for tho test ln March. St.  Godard's dogs are in fine shape after  a summer and a fall of workouts.  The team of the BYench-Canadian  musher had been trained for tho  speedier, 120-milo lap races of the  Inst three years, but Bmtl claims that  the" dogs have the endurance for the  longer route. Thoy have boon harnessed to an auto chasis in,the warm  months and are in good condition for  the snow trail.  All tho color, tho hire, tho joys and  the sorrows of the,land of tho northern lights Is crowded into tho romantic hiRtory of don* racing at The  Pas. ���������'  Testing Canada's Fuels  The Department of Mines has-  erected In Ottawa a new Fuel Research Laboratory building, whictfc  has been equipped with, modem instruments aaid machinery for conducting extensive research on Canadian fuels���������solid, liquid, and gaseous.  PERFECT MDICsNE  FdRTJlTO  Baby's Own Tablets Should Be-  In    Every   Home   Where  There Are Children  The perfect medicine for littl������  ones is found in Baby's Own Tablets. They are a gentle but thorough  laxative which regulate the bowels,  sweeten the stonaach; . drive out  constipation and "indigestion;" break  up colds and siinple fevers and pro-  mote healthful refreshing sleep. It  ia Impossible for Baby's Own "Tablets to harm even the new-born  babe, as they are absolutely guaranteed free from opiates or any other  injurious drug.  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs.  Alex. J. Perry, Atlantic, N.S.,  writes;���������"I always keep Baby's  Own Tablets in the house for the  children, as I have found them a  perfect medicine for little ones."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers, or by mail at 25  cents a box'from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  The cheapness of Mother Graves**  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it can be got at any  druggist's.  "Say, pa?"  "What is it?"  "If every day will bo Sunday by  and by, what will every other day  be?"  Love Is tho tiling that makes a  fellow want to pay a girl's board bill'  when ho can't pay his own.  Ahvay*     Iccop  lutimly.  Mlnard'a    Liniment  Hcvclcoy flayers uso  uncut.  MJnurd'B   Llnl-  ���������'Choer up, old    man,"    said    tho  optimist.      "Things aron't aa bad as  ��������� lin������   wflm,"  m*  "No, but they ceom to ho," groan-  ���������od the poiiHlmkht.  Ward Heeler���������You promised mo  a job.  Now Mayor���������Woll, I told my aoc-  rr>l-nry   to   p-lvo   yon   on-a.  Ward Heeler���������But ho wanted to  put mo- to world  "I Jhave been all round and cannot  ������*ot: a car anywhere."  "Have you triad tha ditches.?" *->  Fagea Gales, Yvcrdoa. c  mt  OTFE   KEVIEW,   CRESTO^   B.    O.  ���������0-*  __\         '      '   "  nl"' "' "  M    BAKE YOUR OWN   ������|f  BREAD  '    ���������- t\  S  m  m  mtmtm*    A  Wi i n  standard  for overjoy ears  and morose. Donald got an inkling  as to the cause of his friend's gloom  when he heard Gillis in conversation  with. Andy.  ,*. "What the 'ell's the matter, you big  lunkus? You're- like' a bear with e.  sore foot," complained. Andy.  "If my gang don't get,here pretty  soon, and I have to put up with tills  crowd of bohunks   much   longer,    I  won't be fit to  live  with,"   growled  { Gillis.  Gillie's gang of "redshirts" were  known the length and breadth of British Columbia. Employers bid high  for their services, but for many years  they had stuck loyally with. Gillis and  *���������*������,**'::X>    ���������/"���������*���������,   .SL   X.    /"V*    . '���������"' A.*   ���������*���������***������������������ a.cja.ti������   4-T-uvt*  b*4*W      ������.���������������      V-*������     t|h     *****     "*~S\t** **.������*     ^A V4WIMU      ������.������-hW^  were employed by the Company in  one of their camps up the coast, but  at .Gillis's earnest request, Robert  Rennie had promised to send them to  Summit Lake.  Gillis's "redshirts" iiad the well-  earned reputation of being the wildest crew of lumber jacks west of the  Rockies. "They're wild, all right,"  Gillis   had   admitted;    "a   swearixi',  lM.JLJS.SLmJ.    *^rjL*VM.A.''A*mJ**PJt.*  V       WEST  ��������� BY ���������  ALSSK. PHILIP  Donald    remembered    seeing      an  enormous man with narrow, piggish \  eyes, in the crowd of men sent by the  employment agency.  "That's ol' Hand. He's a bad egg.  I s'pose I'd ought to fire him, but  he's a good logger, and they are  mighty scarce 'round these diggin's."  Ke yawssed" sleepily. "Got to fix a  'spar-tree' for a 'high-lead' tomorrow, so I better hit the hay."  Preparing th.e "spar-tree" for  "high-lead," or "sky-line" rigging, is  the most,spectacular and thrillng  performance in. the logging industry.  A standing tree is trimmed of top  and branches, then strengthened  with {guys. "With, the pull coining  from this altitude, the advantage  over the straight ground pull is enormous , as logs are lifted high in air  over all, impedimenta. Th������ men who-'  do this hazardous work are known]  as "high-riggera."  Next iaorning, a man with a. short-  bandied axe, wearing a wide belt to  pass  around  the  tree-trunk,   and   a  "How the hell are ye?"  Donald was subjected' to crushing  handclasps as he was introduced to  each and every one of this crowd oi  husky loggers.  As Donald studied them he did not  wonder at Gillis's pride in these men.  With the exception of Blackie, there  was none under six- feet- in. heights.  and they carried themselves with a  loose swing that was'almost* a swagger. Many of them were well past  middle age, some -quite grey about  the temples. They were all filled  with the - sparkling Z health of the  great outdoors,- their skins the colour of mahogany.  (To Be Continued.)  m  piAil.' ux  ii&jl&ujUaju. 3 3p������rS,  SaOWajT S������*321w=  --��������� *��������� --.jf  '"Stablfshftfi by Special Arra.nea-m������nt  With Thomas Alien, Publisher,  ATorventA. Oat.  CHAPTER XL���������Continued |  For hours.; Donald followed the expert through the mill, while the latter explained and tested the different  motors.  ;, Once a week Rohert Rennie came  to the mill, taking a keen interest in  all phases of its construction, and invariably he went away with a pleased  smile on his face.  f "Never saw the old man so worked  Sip/' commented Gillis. "Guess he'd  like to come upihere andfrun her  ���������himself." . v..r..y '^|. y^,;,fif :fy"  '���������'���������'. Renwick ywas still f skeptical. For  no apparent: reaaonSfhe ixadf taken, a  dislike to Donald; "It's just 'cause  you and X'are such good "friends,"  explained Gillis. "Me and htm get ok  like a couple of strange hull-dogs."  When the huge three-storied mill,  with its 'dry kiln, lumber yskid?, conveyor shed and railroad spurs, was  'ready for operation, and* each machine had been tested, Robert Rennie  arrived with other officials of., th.e  company. Next morning Donald's  "heart thumped as the mill's big whistle, sent out its: first'.'��������� call to work iiiid  the men filed eagerly to their posts.  a The logs weref* sprayed withifhuge;  water-jets as they came up the  chain-haul to yelean them, of gravel  and debris. The electric "nigger"  spun them about and threw them in.-  . to place, with a thud that shook the  .mill. Then in a wild crescendo-of I  sound there rose the harsh chorWs of  saws: the singing howl of the cutoff, the strident, slurring sound of the  gang-saws, aaid the staccato snarl of  the trimmer.  Smiling and rubbing his hands,  Robert Rennie walked through the  mill. "Running like a greased pig,"  --shouted Gillis above the clamour.  The owner of the R, G. & L. Co. fso  far forgot his decorum as to slap the  astonished Gillis heartily on the back.  Donald noticed an ever-increasing  Irritability on the part of the logging  foreman during tlie next week. The  erstwhile jocular Gillis became sulky  tmm .iii^iii. ��������� mi.nil ii.li..��������� i .Iii     i.iiiii i iiimiiiiiin,   i iiii.ii  Short of Breath  Smothering Feelings  Choking Sensation  Mrs. H. Day; Dartmouth, N.S..  writes:���������"Por over a year I was  troubled with smothering spells and  shortness of breath, and it was impossible for mo to walk, oven a short  distance, because of the choking, sensation .which followed,  .After trying many treatments, in  vain, I at last, decided to try  and in a surprisingly short time they  did mo much good.  Prico 50c por box at all druggists  or dealers, or mailed direct on receipi  of price by Tho T. Milburn Co., Ltd,,  Toronto, Ont.  "VV.    N. ' U.    X7CT  drinkin', fightin' gang of roughnecks.  \ But holy mackerel! How* them boys  can log!"  That night Gillis confided his troubles to Donald. "I don't know what in  tarnation's, tof become .of  loggin'  in  years-; tot come, if things keep on as  they are now,"f he began in: a despon-;  dent tone. "It "used to be that when  you ;sent down towii for loggers you;  got loggers.     But now,*' with a gesture of disgust, "you git a lot of silk-  stockin'd,    mandolin-playin',       gum-  chewin*, smooth-haired guys, or else  a bunch    of    snuff-chewih.',    garlic-  smellin',     macaroni-eatin"     bohunks^  whose  names   sound  like  a  war  in  Central Europe."  Sighing reminiscently, he contin^  ued: "I often wonder if it's because  I'm gettin' old; but, you know, wheu  I look back on the days, when- we  logged with bull teams, it seems to  me that the men at that time liked  to work. I can still see the old timers In their whiskers, and their big  black hats and flannel shirts, as they,  ctrjiiipri o,1t on. the o^d Comox or ths  Cassiar. -He shook his nead sadly.  "Ah! there was only one kind of logger in them days."  Seeing that Donald was interested,  he went on: "Yes, there's two "kinds  of loggers nowadays, Donnie, the  .-single-breasted' <-- and-, the ... idoubie-L  breasted.' And there's a hell of k  lot of difference "between the two.  The 'single-breasted' logger is a man*  that don-'t speak an*ythin* but. Eng-  lislbt. an' he don't belong to the *X  won't works' neither. He knows log-f  gln* f rom A to 25; don't mind sleepin'  in a bunk, and always carries his own  blankets. : If h������f borrows a ten-spot  off ypu, as soon as he earns it he  comes lookin' for you, slips you the  money, grabs you by the hand, and  | lookin* you-straight in. the eye, says.  ���������Thanks, friend, come and have a  drink.' At night, when he is through  work, he'll smoke his pipe, grind his  axe, talk about th������ next day's work  with the boss, read the paper and  go to bed. In the mornln* he'll swallow a big load of prunes and ham  and egga and go to work a-singhV.  "But this 'double-breaster','* he  snorted disgustedly, "he's a mixture  of a taxi-driver, bartender and soapbox orator, and just because he lives  in B.C., he thinks he Js a logger. He  knows the difference between a fallin'  saw and a bucker's saw, ahd, that  just about lets him out. If vhc borrows a dollar ofC you, the minute the  bill slips out of your hand you can  sec a look in his eyo that says,  < You're hooked.' And the devil of It  is that he won't cross to the other  side of the street .when he sees you  comln", but he'll walk right up to  you a-smilln' aud ask you for another ibuclc.  "When he gets through at night  he cleans his finjger-nails and picks  on a mandolin while ho tells how  many Janes Is stuck on him In Vancouver; gives an opinion that the  shower-bath was not hot enough, and  how wo sufferin' workers nhould rlso  against tbe capitalists. He'll kick  at the breakfast table becauso there  Is only oranges and no grape-fruit,  Whon ho goes In the woods he'll  throw a few tools away so's to liolp  tho cause of the workers.  "Workorsl" ho exploded, as ho  came to his feet and walked tho floor,  "we've got too many 'double-breast-  eda' and 'hunks' in this camp right  now,- Dannie. A hunk will work M  you nhow him a pick and ohovel, but  theso othor guya are trouble-breeders. Did you boo that big brute that  ciuntj  in   linitty?'*  Teeth and Health  a c_,  Hy8len������������* CTojpticII    ana    PubU^hed  ly Tbe  Saskatchewan. S>entaf"  ���������i ��������� ���������. .    ftocltey   "  M*si*amM*8ji'Hm A  (&&8Bm\*tW*Ba_f'  MS**? &ai&&������Sm\*  BY  L  Utile Helps For This Week  "Freely ye have  give."���������Matthew x.  received,  S.    "  freely  Jf  ed a big fir. As lie ascended he trimmed the trunk clear of limbs. Quite  a crowd gathered, among them the  trapper, with his rifle on his arnf.  "I ain't got a "high-rigger' in the  outfit," growled ydillis. "ThisyEeller  agreed to trim her, but lie _ says he  never chopped the top oif one, so *  tg-uess we'll dynamite her."  The explosive, with a detonating  cap, was tied around th������ top of the  tiee and wires strung to the ground.  For some reason, the batteries would  not act, and Gillis chaffed under the  :delay.: - -y  "I kin set her on* for ye," said the  old ti/apper.        ., v  ? Gillis turned -toyhim.    "How?"   .  The trapper tapped his gun. "Put  a piece of paper on the cap so' i km  see her and I'll pop it."  "That's anew one on me," laughed Gillis.   r  He sent tlie man aloft to plaice a  square' piece 6f pasteboard on the  cap. The men moved back from the  foot of the-tree, and Gillis gave tiie  signal that all tsras bleary The ol3  man sprang briskly to the top of a  stump, tipped his big hat to the back  of his liead, and raised his rifle slowly. For an instant th-e long- "barrel  -wavered slightly, then steadied. The  report of the rifle was drowned by a  splintering fcraish". ? The heavily-  branched .top lifted, then came1 fhurt-  iing through: the air to strike the  ground a mass of wreckage. For a  moment the big spar swayed drunk-  ertly from the shock, then stood stark  and rigid. Deprived of its fronds of  green, it appeared a ghastly relic of  its former self.  That afternoon, as thely waited the  arrival of the train, Gillis talk-ed  again of hk? "red-shirts." <rWhlte  men, every one of them," he declared  proudly, "and everyone of them with  a nickname that is known all over  the Coast. Ye just ought to see my  two 'high-riggers,' *Ho6p-la' McKcn-  Eie and .'Blackie' Anderson. 'Blackie'  is as black as an Indian, and^'Hoop-r  la' got liis name from standing on  the top of a spar tree, after he cuts  her off, wavin* his   hat   and   yellln'  'Hoop-la1.  "I got five Jack McDonalds in the  gang. Their names are 'Sly' Jack,  'Fightin'. Jack, 'Check-Book* Jack,  'Johnnie-On-The-Spot', and 'Crazy'  Jack. An' if they had all bin named  'Crazy' Jack it wouldn't bin no mistake," he finished with a laugh.  The train rumbldd to the station  and thc usual crowd of workers camo  pouring from the cars, while a crowd  Rtood waiting to board the train. It*  was tho same every day���������men coming and men going.  Gillis uttered a glad cry, "Here  they are!"  A big, ostentatious man, with  broad. shoulders and narrow hips,  stopped to tho platform. His dress  was truly colourful and Htrlklng ���������  with hat, high boots, a vivid scarlet  shirt, with a cloth bolt of the same  bright huo tle.(| nt the side, the cuds  dangling loosely. ���������  "Get out of tho way, hunkies, and  make room for a logger t" ho roared,  as he elbowed his way through &  crowd of scattering foreigners, behind him a line of men clad In tlio  mime brilliant attire.  "Hello, Hoop-la! you ornery oi'  alcatel" bellowed Gillis,  Tho big man turned. "Hero ho Is  fclloral" ho shouted.  In d moment Glllla waB surrounded  by this picturesque crow, howling tumultuous greetings,  "Hollo, ol' hossr  TOOTH TEXEKCISE  You have read considerable of late  other  The Hand that strews-the earth with,  flowers^  Enriched the jnarriage  feast  with  wine;  The Hand  once pierced  for sins  of  ours,  This morning made the dew-drops:  shine.  about, the "daily dozen,"    and  scch setting-up exercises.  -So you know, of course, that the  body requires exercise if It is to develop atid keep fit.  y You have been told, too, that a vigorous chewing of your yf ood is both  beneficial and -necessary; as the first  step in good digestion^'   i  ?But perhaps jrou have never given  thought to  th.ef beneficial, kffects -bf  thorough mastication on    the    tooth  structures themselves, y?; y   - y ?yy'P  yln the first place, then, there is "the  stimulating* effect on the supporting  structured of the teeth, giving them  proper "tissue tone."  Sin. the growing, child,- the development of the teeth; is impossible without sufiacient masticatory exercise.;  {; Former 'generations ate hard, and  coarse ftH><3s,^ from  dental-trouble, v.  fyMasticiatioii^ of such, tough uncooked food jgave fto their teeth, and jaws  sufficient    exercise   to   promote   the  most vigorous circulation and a very  decided massage of the gums. These  agencies through the abundant blood |  supply to the jaws    provided   ample j  tissue  nourishment for L growth yandj  development  along with jgreat; powers of resistance to  Infection.  y Today, we are -using* a great many  over-refined  and pre-dlgested   foods,  which  require little  or xlou chewing,  ahd  in the  use  of which, yeven the  mechanical  effects  from  the   scrubbing of the tooth surfaces are "lacking, with the     result   ?th.at    Watiire  \ working out her inexorable law, that  a; member that is not functioning as  intended,  gradually  loses    its     efficiency,? is   making  the?fafe|>th' -"structure   softer   arid   less "resistant   to  ���������disease. ���������      ������������������ ��������� ?  ..'' ���������?��������� ? !--������������������'���������"���������":..--    f;f,:i" ..f���������'.���������.-..'-?  rf There  should    be,    therefore,   an  habitual use at each meal, of foods  selected not only on account of theirs  nutrient qualities,  but because  they-J  are of such a nature ai. * to require'  vigorous masticatory effort.  A Berlin husbandf advertises his  matrimonial troubles in a local paper: "My ploiis,' faithful wife has  departed from me. Will the honorable finder please keep her?"  It freely gives its very best, -   ;  Not barely what the need may he,".  But for the joy of making blest;  Teach us to live and give like Thee.  Not narrowly men's claims to measure,    ���������������������������..-������������������  But daily question all    our    pow-  '���������- ?ers,-���������->'- :' >���������<���������-���������   if i*  ���������  "To ywhos&; cup can we add a pleas--  .������������������������������������yy'urey ' "'.-.   ' ?~       f -^S  Whose path".x;an. we make  bright  with flowerst?"  '''���������-���������Elizabeth Charles.  Opportunities come reaching out  their bands to us every -moment, not  to do great things, perhaps, but for  the "Little, daily, unremembered acts  of kindness and of love,'' that take  off the chill from our undemonstrative matter-of-fact Intercourse .with  one another, and keep our -hearts  from starvation.���������-Lucy Larcom.  A Valuable Document  Every JPerson, Likely To Need Birth .  .   Certificate At Some Time  Do not allow a child to grow up  vi'ithout having a "birth certificate  safely tucked away for possible fu-  turer conting-encies.  Spme day the child may wish to  vote in a^tate far.removed frona that  of his birth; h.e may wish to prove  that he is of working or marrying  age; he may desire to travel abroad.  In fact^-dossenis of contingencies may  arise that will shout loudly for a  birth certificate.  The baby cannot secure his own.  :lty'V?a';wise. father or mother who  sees that this pecepsary duty is performed for him long before the time  arrives when he may cry out for it.  One hundred dollars monthly invested at ;six per cent, compound interest will grow ia 25 years to $62,-  977.15.  'XIulli>, you ������������">**-C������' w.'4*)ixs3������  ������������������������  Wttfcm Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REOINA. SASK. 'S.S&X5 u&ESTGk -'jusvjubhv  I r^f^I   SmA   P^V^rfmsJ       Mrs. Martin of Sirdar was a  visitor  ^5lG-sS  SIBS1  S^������FSOS83.5  with Mrs. Jas. Gook at the first of the  -For Sals-���������Oak buuet.   Miss Alius  Johnson, Creston.   ^  Fob Sams���������Filly. 8 years old- brofee  to saddle, $35. E. H." Stewart, Creston.   ' . ���������'..:'  Fok Sale or Rent���������^4-room cottage  on  McLeod Ave.  Brown,  App������y    BAFB.     ���������������/������     MX..  week.  Fob Saus���������Eaton jumper, $15.0U;  buggy, $40: both iu good condition.  We Ve Jackson* Orestoni  Miss Arsnarftfca SleDuaaid and Ben  Crawford left on Safcuraay to resume  tbesr studies at the Provincial Normal  School at Victoria.  sobs  The four garages in Crestoh district-  Premier Garage, Kootenay Garage  and Cres*ton Motors, Creston; and  Erickson Battery Service Station,  Erickson; have entered into an agreement   commencing January   1,   1929,  d2>  iUllVWZm*.  All sales will be placed  on  a CASH basis, with  the following exceptions:  1st���������Automobile Sales.  2nd���������Overhaul Jobs���������which will be taken care of  as follows: Up to and including $25.00, Cash;  over that amount the customer must give the  dealer a promissory note and security. Terms  on outstanding balance will be arranged  between interested parties.  3rd���������Government accounts.  PREMIER GARAGE, Creston  per A, JL,. PALMER.  The KOOTENAY GARAGE, Creston  per GEO. MERRISON.  CRESTON MOTORS, Creston  per D. a TIMMONS.  ERICKSON BATTE&Y SERVICE STATION  Erickson, per RAY CRISLER.   .  The Garages are bonded to keep this agreement  so please  do not  ask them to violate same.  We are offering for sale  two lines ot  VERY SPECIAL VALUES  LOT 1���������25 doz., White with Gold  band, Kermis shape at 15c each  or $1.75 per doz.  LOT 2���������2 5 doz. Blue and White  Cups and Saucers, at 10c. each,  or $1.15 per doz/  i  1 f^OBMflPA l\IV      I TH  ?! *%  Vic. Mawson wiis a business  visitor  at- fNilsoia? this   week,  returning   on  Monday.      y  For SA������&-������-Togeenhurg doe, 4 years  old, splendid milker. Walter V.  Jackson, Oreston.  S. A .Speers was combining business  svith pleasure on ia visit to Nelson  early i-h the week.  ForSAiJS���������AlfsiSfa and timothy hay  mixed. $15 iv ton at barn. H; Yer  bury, Oamp lister.  For SAtE r-JMare, 10 years old,  weighs 1300 lbs. good worker, cheap.  K. Andrew. Creston.  Mra. John Garfield left on Thursday  last for Mdos������-.jatv, Sask., where she is  visiting with relatives.  B. Grant of Vancouvpt has just returned home after a visit at Oreston,  where* he w������a a g$ue*it of B.N. Holmes.  Mrs. Bemingtnn has just returned  from a few-sresks' visit with relatives  at  Biairmore ������ad Ooiptnan, Alberta.  For Sazjs���������One Plymouth Rock  and one Wyandotte cockerel, both  ptuobred birds. $3,each. R. SL������warl,  Creator..  Creston and District Women's Institute realized $25 ut the- calendar tea in  Trinity Church hall on Satuiday  afternoon.  It is':definitely announced that the  free rural mail delivery in the Alice  Siding section will commence early in  February,  Creston and District Women's Institute have their Hnnualiuenting this  afternoon. Mrs, R. Stevens is* the ..retiring president.  Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Timmons and  young son, whoyspent the holidays  with relatives in Spokaue, arrived  home on Friday last.       .   :  W. E). Card, th$j house-painter and  picture fram'er, is just back from a  couple of weeks* holidays with Calgary, Alberta, friends."  Mr. and Mrs., B. Comfort and son,  Allan, who have been visitors with  Mr, and Mrs. John Cooper at Trail,  have just returned home.  Allister Ross, w-ho has been relieving the assistant agent at the O.P.R.  depot at- Me������iS3ivray .for a couple of  weeks, has returnecTliome.  ...  Apples FoJcSai-e���������Mcintosh, Deli  cious, Jonathan jind-sW������}2ener apples,  65 cents a: box.;    If ibox  returned 50  cents.    B. Ste-ivartf^Clree'ton.  The tidies' Guild. of--Christ Church  are arranging =to hold a ffiaeq-*.erade  ball in the. Pa rish HhIJ,? FrfdsVy, February 8th.    Full p^rticuuiis later,.  Von Sale, or -l>4ps-4-Two- pigs,  months old;:.or will  trnde for calves.  Also qiiHntity of cockerels,   23 rents  pound    live    weight.,-Mrs.   A. Cross,  Canyon.  Up to the middle of'the week .about  65 auto licenses have been issued from  the Creyton office of the provincial  police, which shows.a slight gain over  the same period a year ag?������.  The farmer's best, friend is the  Family Herald andP Weekly Star,  Montreal. It costs only a dollar a  year, and the family ^circle gets a  superb magazine free. .M  The villnge council meets in January  session on Monday evening. The  audit of 1028 accounts is now under  way and the balfince sheet will probably be submitted at this meeting.  In tho egg laying con test at Grand  Forks the W. S. MuAlpipe pen appear  to have hit their stride -with an output  of 23 for last week, and aro now standing thud in tha Barred Bool*' class.  The L-irtu.V Guild of Christ Ohut-ch  will be at home in the Parish, Hall to  members of the congregation at a  teaspoon shower on Tuesday, January  22nd, 3 to 5 p.m.     Tea will be Foryed.  Boyd & Craig have the contract for  the erection of quite a commodious  bnngalow residence for Beg. ("Happy") EantluUe, which ia under construction on his property in Park  Road addition.  Mr. and Mra. O. Brown of Calgary.  Albeitu, are Creston. yfsitors this  week, guest a at thn Creaton Hotel.  Tho former's health is none too good  and is hoping foi* beneficial results  from his sojourn here.  C. O. Hoilgers returnee.*"- on Friday  from a business trip to Nelson and  reports Mint, businessmen tin that city  are   quite   confident the  C.P.R.   will  hitvc r.l,pc! laid From Ittt'dnr to Procter  and trains running into NctJuon before  the end of 1020.  Mrs. H. 11. Pitts of Nelson, president of the Kootenay Boundary  section of the B.C. Woman's Institutes, was a visitor with Mrs. It.  Stevens at iho first of the wtelc,  r.onferrliirur on EiiHf.tf.i������t,������i wnrjr. Mr*.  .S'<iV������tiiH in h member ot tho K.lS.  InwUUiU'h dhvctoi-tvle.  G&sfawSdl  ���������  Confidence ia the greatest asset any business can  possess. Creston Valley Co-Operatiye Association is in its sixth year of business dealings with  the people of this district and today we enjoy  the confidence of the buying public.  We stand behind every, article sold, and stand  ready to adjust to your satisfaction the slightest  cause for complaint.  I  I  I  Goods are assembled from every likely .quarter,  and we are ever on the alert to bring to you th������  newest grocery items as ������heyt appear on the  market.    ���������-'. ���������'-]-������'���������'.',  It is our aim ta serve and please yota at all times  and we trust that you will continue to place  your orders with us 1/hroughout 1929.   ���������*.  CRESTON  ERI0KSON  Latest Styles and Shades,  Men who prefer the best  quality Hafcan have their  choice front our stock*  Also other lines of Hats  from  $4.75  up.  SpppO ^  JL���������    M���������4 JL-tf M%^ ****m7  Dry Goods.      Groceries.     Furniture.      Hardware  Dependability and  Prices Right  That'* two things you can h* surA  whan dealing with us.  How about "buying- a Heater or Kan pro na  n, OlivlRtnuui Pr������Hont ror yonr wife ami  homo. ,   ^  Wo havo Mi������ oxohmtvo aponfiy In Or-flHton  if or tho H M V liangOH and Heaters and aro  ablo to iflvo you a ltanffo or Heater equal  tn price nntl of n bottor nunllty than any  Blmllar artlola pwrohaHOd from any innJE  ordor houHo,  TIioho Banffou and Hoatora aro built ot  flio l>o������h raw mntarintn available-/, aro con-  nbruotod -with oxaotlnn oaro throughout,  and ponnona all tlio latest labor aim fuel  oiivlncr foatnroa. . ....  ��������� Wo aro oarrylimr a complete lino of  IjOflriq-flr������' Suppllofl. Aluo 'IVmiI Hfcoalo, Dj-IH  Htool,   Hardwood,   8olf>-Tompeiintar Hptlnjf  ������ll4-(.tl.  Whon breaking: ������ loaf In youv car fttwlnnr  lot ub roi������Ejiuoo It. wlt,U a nivw one mmio m.  Uio vary bout atoal. Oon������i>loto Hprlnjm for  oara. trucliB, trailora maao to owlor on nhort  notloo.  STB-Fra-MT-RliP  Baa^tiuin        Plumbing     T  Oxf Ae&ijter-tf WaMiiig


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