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 api vn  m  1  n PTtf.fP.W  i���������\~-������EL~a*m .      *!      *7  CBESTON, B.C, FBIIfckX -JANUARY 25, 1929  No. 47  Trinity United  Church Annual  <*  Financially and in many other respects reports submitted at tbe annual  meeting or-Trinity United Church oil  Wednesday evening last showed 1928  to have been the best year in the congregation's history. The gathering  was presided over by the pastor, Rev.  R. S3. Cribb. and there was a large  turnout of   members and adherents.  ���������The report of session was presented  ? by.'Fred Lewis, who drew attention to  the reyision of the membership roll  during 1028 when all members who  had ssovcd avraycr who had failed to  be present at communion services had  been struck off and "today's member-  ship stands 75, with 235 adherents.  During the year the records show five  baptisms, five marriages and five  deaths.  The financial statement submitted  by Frank Bunt showed receipts from  all sources of $2364, and with all f running expenses met there was a substantial balance During the year  "@300 had been paid off the. church debt  froni .the .building fund. According  to a statement submitted by Dr. Liilie  the year's rental from the basement  was $90.  Miss Lorna Lytle reported for the  Sunday school which has had an average attendance of 72, and has a staff  of eight teachers and collections were  $125. There are 28 students in the  Bible Class who contributed ?$65, and  10 are enrolled in. the'home department.  Mrs. Liiiie submitted the unaneial  statement of the Ladies* Aid which  accounted for an intake of $750 of  which $255 has been spent on the  manse and $250 applied on the chui-ch  the Co-Operative -Fruit Growers are  putting up about 200 tons.  Oscar Ofener and Arne Andestad  returned home on Monday from their  trap line at Harrop.  Anglican Church meeting was held  after service on Sunday afternoon.  Reports and financial statements submitted were most satisfactory. Officers for iS2w are: Hector's warden,  A. E. Towson; people's warden, H.  Packman. - Sidesmen, W. Towson,  Mrs. J. Bathie and Miss Chaplin.  '*^l������-ivmnittwian������l  *^M%M&A**J>'*SA-*&lA*%Jm.  Popular, Creston  ,    -. '-r.}r.-&~  A-'.. A-~?A;.  ���������fan- reported - for  the'  Women's Missionary Society that had  held  regirtar /firnonthly  meetings   and  i-^Sf������a!i|^^  ^itee-:'^  T^unK   People's:;..;;Dep^ii������rt^^'ty:v5M)(^  &'^jhicil^^  i '��������� to '��������� ^h������-;fp^gafi*-fi%odf'^ft������^J*^C$  Mr. and Mrs. Cameron have return-  __-���������������     ������     j��������������� ������.������������,:-.    1 is 3.���������    ....it.    ....  t!U    njUJinc-    nuui    uixtsttr   uunuuy   viaiu  n.v  Spokane and Penticton. ^  Mrs. Jas. Cook of Creston was a  Sirdar visitor for u few days, a guest  of Mrs. Martin.  Miss Lucy Pascuzzo has gone to  Cranbrook hospital where she is taking treatment for rheumatism, from  which she has been suffering for the  past two weeks. She was accompanied by her father and sister, Rose.  Mrs. Dennis has been confined to  her home for several days with a  severe case of tbe flu, but is now recovering, and we hope to see her  around as usual in a few days.  Mrs. Heap is on a visit with her  sister at Crowsnest. Also Lethbridge,  Alberta, and other prairie points.  Sam Lombardo left on Sunday's  train for Natal, where he will be  united in marriage on Saturday, 26th.  Geo. Cam, sr., and BL Cam are off  work being under the weather. Mrs".  Mannerino and son are both sick with  the flu. ������  Dr. Henderson has been a frequent  visitor here of' late, as sojiiany haye  .been "8njffering:*~with"th"er-jSu",'"  ~^"^- "  ��������� ��������� a Jas. ��������� Wtfson?; wgtsf ������?CCi^ton; .yvisitor  obrMondayiff; Wofdf^iS^ii^BffS^nf^rfi^  ceived from yW. K, Bslihg, M.P., tha$  iie will do hi6jbes"t-,to secure an appro-;  pri^ti^f^r j^ barf ieprfu^  ^^.^n^PA-^p:^ssPP-^hi..rf-:'���������"*. *'������������������' ���������.;.. Jf  I^^filey ��������� H^t^p:j.yJ^rhdAy yon'. - an  "~ $isit������*iJ!p^^^  Due to the severe cold dip that  was ushered in erjflTriday morning  the attendance at the musical fairy  play. * rSlumberiandi" presentf*d by  a company frcsnif Wynndel at thQ  Parish Hall, thafc evening drew  only a fair turnout, but those pres  esit were e6ri/&ituy treated to a  most enjoyable "juvenile variety  show, the audience .showing particular appreciation, of the national  dances \x, "which Misses Betty  Hulme, Bertha Gelette and Ethel  Towson showed unusual ability for  amateur performers. The coon  sextette was equally well received,  and Mrs. A. Hindley's rendering of  have put in.a new pole line that will  serve ���������> every section of the village.  About 200 new poles' have been erected, and gives the company about f<iur  miles of pole line within the village  boundaries. 40 foot poles ave used In  the business section, and 35 foot poles  i n -the oth er section s.  In addition the company have temporarily rebuilt the line to Porthili  and-have made the necessary connection so that phone conversation can  now be carried on with Bonners  Ferry and Spokane. The rebuilding  of the Porthili line was necessary in  order to give the company connection  with its power plant at Boundary  Creek.  About $5000 has already been spent  AJ������%jr%A.m.  ACT-* ���������   ��������� fm       I  ueauiuui  JWMW  >of  Somewhere,"  d of Trade  Annual Basique  About forty of the   more promi  nent citizens of the   Valley   graced  the Creston Board of Trade annual  Xm,~.m-.~..mmm1m  ucsssuusv  ���������*���������***-., mj.m~  s. ucauajr  ���������  I.  ������. mm't.M.t.fC,.  which was heid in the Beningei-  cafe. ' The affair was a splendid  success in every way;"and not only  that, but it brought everyone  directly interested in the welfare  of the Valley in contact with the  splendid -progress   in   the   way  of  **>**������������������������*������*������������������������������ 4" IT* *mm&A \r\wr  *���������*.**& **m ******* *m**A *-������"������*  was given a wel}-! deserved   encore.  The   adult   members of "Slumber  land" all showed up well  and   the  children    were   equally   proficient.  Those taking parfi were:  SSOBTALS  Miss Primrose, teacher. Miss D. Butterfield.  Myrtle, her sister.-Mrs. A. Hindley.  Lady Pickleberry Brown, Miss O.  Hagen.  Ellen, maid, Miss ML. E Ewing.  School children���������Maasie. Miss E. Towson; Susie. Mis3 D. Hulme; Shelia,  Miss   E.   Hagen;   Betty,   Miss   E.  ^    Wittman; Marjory.Miss B.Gelette.  -uhcrus of school cjfclldrer.���������"Misses D=  - Monn, O. Wittman, H. Hagen.  greatly    improved    the-   service  within   the  past   month,   and   future  developments   include   either   a,   new  switchboard for Creston or a thorough  overhaul  of  the present s witch bos ird  and building it up to 200 phone capaci-  | ty.    tf a new one is installed here   the  old   switchboard   will   be   installed   at  Wynndel wherr a new central is to be  established.      There    will    also   be   a  switchboard  at   Porthili   and   a telephone service given residents  in   that  district.    The new company is  incorporated   in   Idaho   as   well  as British  Columbia.  In Creston's business section the  company's plans call for doing away  with the unsightly mass of wires that  now adorn the poles. Shortly there  will be installed paper insulated wires  anVl these will be carried in ^a lead  sheaf cable of 100 circuit capacity���������a  cable,   we  are  told,   that is not more  -coi^i^l**-^^ the 1929 stew:.  f'ttr^BVare" Frun'k*^  'ibi ^PhUllps, Hkrryv^Bmiih  and Veirne  :C'qqk'..   Mri.*C(iytwtight was- named to  replace^ the? late John ;JBl|nco on the  trustee board.P-        ';'^'y:y"'-";'f'  Besolution^ were,; adopted expressing appreciation of the services of Xhe  late Mrs. E. N. Holmes and the late  John Blinco, both valued workers in  the congregation who had died during  the year, and letters of condolence  wiii be for warded the families of the  " 'departed. " '.:,-"*''.;, "'..  Before the close* of proceedings a  resolution of protest against the  establishment of >������ liquor:y store at  Oi-estori was passed and li^as bejanf-foi-  ',��������� warded the'] Liguoi-; Cobtrplf' Bdard,  A-tl'���������;'������������������ the:fcl06e -'.of: the business bf*y the  evening refresh men ta were Served by  the ladies and the hour of sociability  roundort irtflf ^<me������>if the beet annuals ;|n  f. mstsA Bmism oumTAAiA ismm*. aa-rffc*!'  'M  Wyrintf&I  ?.?'3B3lmor'  Ringhelni* who has,; b������en  working at Maolapd^Alborta, t]otuined  home lpiRlywejak-p:'*"1'*'' ' "V',v'.:jf':":''y?.  I-iev^iC"R :0nbbv OiilfciTrt-bhuwih.  pastor at Ct'esftori, ;-^|(K^iiiliti||,on his  pai'lshoniH-s in this nootlon laHt week,  L. Davis, who has boon working at  Kitchener; returned home? last week.  0. Ogllvle has fittartt'd up his sawmill  nnd ties are being hniilod to Wlnlaw's  Biding.  MIkh K. Wittman li������ft, on Sunday (for  Ci'ititon, whero sho will reside with  her Rioter, Mrt,. O. Loamy.  Friday was tho boldest day experienced diirfrig tjift winter. 'There  ���������writs, a hltv������;'w������ldT..wiinti''';out ^pf^'tbo  north and tho irioWory went dovvn t<i  EMMORTAXS  Fairy Queen���������Mrs^JEt. Andestad.  Shiny Eyes���������Miss L. Johnson.  Kiss Mi���������Miss M.~"Bathie.  Mi Tu���������Miss IoitlvrWood.  John. WJHie^NedSBatlWe^-   ^y       :.   ,y  Humpty Dnmpty���������^Master K.Packmah  Ohorutf Of .-FfMries-^Mtwathi^flt.?cDavis:  ^^E. Dalbcma, VW- Mooriiy Luhi Btit-  y\%;;fte*f3eid;y A. .      ��������� .fy s'L- yPpPs-PPAps '-':s  Highlstnd 3-Mog���������Ethel "Towson,      ;  Welshl>ance-r���������BerthiifQelette.,  fj^orn: Pipe~j-ietty l^ulil^ %yfc p,_ p-y p.  xri^h {Jigr--Efchelf TpSSrso io yP- ���������$������.:���������< P.- PS^  ' -������3^tgp<^UWipfen9'  ' ''--m������^2,r-y,ASA.A--r -������������������;..  i thus la srsehes In diarnetss-".  I        ���������  Two  electricians are now  per man-  ent.y on the staff to take care of complaints and installations/ but the  officials of the company state that  with the end of January work on the  t^fephos^-liRSjiSRUi!. feesappsarlly ,;cea,se���������  in.0rder.4hiife,eve-cy; a vailable man can  bie^ii^byei^i^?  BUlssipii  Htte?; bdff^^  A w.Vta^v '.'Ai ^f.������ .j ; W '-���������-! :'^ U������- -  ;C^^"^ejae|itfc~B^   i������&^f?erw-i''  ���������---*mr"-'- - -'"  ���������  f|^^"BaJbhie.  -'"'''^'Sk  'tt.nry  '"'"Silva.- R.' M, Telford'���������y^aer'-.^v.^idge  hosteas pn^ Tuesday afterpoohf of^la^t  week at which the prize score was  made by Mrs. Frank Staphsi fy?    ;  Robert and Walter Dodds who have  been home from Cultus Creek* tiave  returned to, finish out the trapping  season in that district. So far the"*  tulte of fur has been quite satisfactory.  -Harry Bed mi'** of Kitchener was  renewing' acquaintances here this  week.   ''''���������  Mr. and.Mrs. Frank Putnam left on  Saturday 'for X an cou ver, whei e Mrs.  Putnam wijI^iEijit for a, couple of  weiak^fbui Mr. putnum cauie babk on  Wednesdrty. tp.'hey went via Bonners  "Ferry*.   ' ' ''��������� ,  Mra. Lorne Bot������ ertll and; two children of Eyi'uurjore, Alberta, iire ylsitdts  at   present   ,with    Mr.  and    Mrs.   E.  BotboriU^.ry^^??'" ;:  ;Mrsi"It. '0; -Kel^'.oif^'Maclebd, Altn.,  is a visitor here::th;itt)Week, ii guest of  Mra^jTyW;^- Btindy/-Mr6. Reid is a  for.nii(jar;';;0't,68ton realdeht w here Mr.  -Heidi'yyWrttt. O.P.tt^ agent for many  yenr-ay; ;:.. y':'yy. ' '''  Tho.TP.toi'.ph.,ttie hc-er .parlor plebiscite takes placo to.moi row, with the  ���������polls opening jit the Eriokeon Hotel at  0 a.m., abd closing ut 8 p.m.  Miss Mttrcell^.; 8i������nford wm a guest  at a house party at tho homo of her  slstfi*. Mrs, Tellford on Friday evening  at which a company of about 24) guests  from Creston ,nnU thia section wore  erit������������i'tMin<>d, Games wevtf played bnt  dancing- was tho olilof feature, with.  Mt������.J Putnam p^oaidlng at tho  plitijifii  eixpej^^ there was';a^^|^ts1o|;^20-  w^ibh^wais most gli������|^^hjg con-  side^ing weather cond^pgml|i^?and in  the pwifitG the Suti^k^%5ibBboi of  Christ Ohiirch shares.f^fyy^.'y.'V-'    .  f(A  ne  1st  figures for the past fourteen years.  The address of President Mailan  daine bristled with details and facts  of the entire export and production  of the Valley in all fines during  the past year.  The dinner spread, as put on by  the hostess, Mrs. Beninger, was  first class in every respect and  ample justice was done the good  things by all present.  The   proceedings   were   greatly  enhanced by the musical selections .  cf   Messrs.   Cribb,   Goodwin   and  Truscott.    The  toast  list   was  as  follows:  The King.  The Province���������R. S. Bevan and  R. B. Staples and B. E. Cribb,  Song���������W. J. Truscott.  The Village���������G. Johnson sad J.  Cherrington.  Trio���������Rev. Cribb, T. Goodwin,  W. Truscott.  Industries^���������C. W. Allan and C.  O. Rodgers.  -, ,Ag^pnlt������i^^CL. B. JCw^gg^and  T.( jGrc^dwiiE. *" -  y^ ^^el^kdiea���������B1. Leyirs and B. B.  oisillwdodl  lirik  and  ofy "the '\ coriipKhy's;**lectricfflight  powi*-iv::;iservicji*^f^^w(^^  "^&5^i^i&iLJK������^':i*'"; ������*  V>   .4.,,.f\.    .HUmlf. t  Ice ciutlng'^tnr.tipd'ntt 'Monday and  Iftm   8ATiirc~^P<irt.ab|������    phonograph  and:;50 records,  will "sell  choap.  ?.:JL*j  AndroBoli', CreBton,  ���������fV'Ol't   BA'!LT?''i:'*;''V*������"**"'  *v:i2o!!nc  t'a'n'U, wlrf? .'������tr������ph!jpiMWpts"������.vlfl sell  Preubytcilnn livl!<-<ri-������ Aid.  *������������������'���������-������������".'������  cheap1.  On and after Febrwaryf 1st if there  are any compliments to pviy or com;,  plaints to register in connection with  the local telephone service it will j^vail  littlo to pay respects, in either.,.regardi  to the prcse n t man a getv' T< J. Crawford, At the first of the month the  telephone passes into new ^cohttpl;  although the new owners v\ ill continue to operate under ^^ildi nauie  of Creston Power, Llgh|^^l'eiephpne  Oompany, Limited.    .     ^(rlf  The new owners are-s^pCooteday  Power & Development^ 'P;; Com pan y,  Limited, whoso execnM^^i President, Guy Constable;'V-yj[^presi(U>nt  and managing dlroctpi^'^-'F, Smith;  qecrotiiry and trofWureyi'^V-H.'' Radford. This cotApanv Is t.ho^,'succi������shor  tb Kootenay Pulp & t-*ap'ii^^���������^^ttlnttny;���������  Llinltccl, and wus organised'", last  midsummer. ,     f y^i'-iy,;,.'"'.���������  Although U'lophone operation- by  the now company will uot^cortimonce  until February 1st, the ricw ownora  have been in contiol for some weeks  pa������t, und during the past fotir* weeks  -w5i?e^rbee^^^arrie^,helq  ^feet^ro'm:'fi|ii*a'ih^  No 'flatieis-being*s'etyfor; the inaugurating of the light and powerfservicfa in  Creston. The; company assures -t^at  coiistructionis being pushed and thai  if the necessary supplies come along  as'prnmisad not very many weeks will  elapse before the "juice" is available.  In sofar as the village is concerned the  company announce that they will  have an electricinn available to com  mence house wiring at the first of .the  week.  With the passing of the telephone  into lhe hands of its new owners;  locitl control of Creston's pioneer  public utility cetiBes. Telephone service in Creston Valley was inauguated  in 1UD8. w,|t,l\u, total^pl^ 8ix;phonea,it*ad  the Melrcuntile "Ci mpany store staff  handling, central. W. H. Crawford  was the company's first president;  Guy Constable, secretary treasurer,  and the late Or. M. Benney, the late  Joe Wilson, and the late P.B. Hope  completing the directorate. ,,From  a half dozen users the sysieai has  grown to about 100 today, jh -..-  m  GRAND THEATRE    -/  Saturday, .M$L  All: the speeches were  well   ren-  fBarticulae 'emphasis  was  bome^^h^istry, ?an>3 the'w^rifeibtf  ^pg^ngr^of a united lieriefit of all  tbe various industries. Ifc was  also suggested that the time was  opportune for the organization of a  p^lal try men's association.  .P;^Py^^'^o\e^^..ovit address waa  given by C. O.-fRodgeraJn response  to the toast of industriea. - He is  vice-president of the associated  boards of trade as well as' a criember  of the Creston board, and In bis  remarks expressed the hope that  the people stand together to help  "olieu* own industries and their own  people by endeavoring by every  meuns possible to encourage those  wb.o are trying to build up Creston.  The 'meeting unanimously re*  eleotejd all last year's offloors  Hertrty votes of thanks to the president, vice-president and secretary  were carried enthusiastically.  "mm- ������C T'1 ^.  iLIssfcr  fpT  iHt A10 a   itridsr  '���������.'" A A f  in-  %W  ''i4(.V%W?V\  _\__:]_m9  ITTli?''j������������S'Sr*. i  Rev. R, E. Cribb of Oreston was  here for United, Church service on  Sunday ilftornqopl'  .; Tho; sevoa-o vveiither on Saturday cut  down tho attendance at the Community Society bridge drive that evening.  There w'^o five tables of players, and  the prgQ wlniwru were Mra. Chas.  UuHcroft nnd John Htuvltson,  Hwirry Powers of Cereal, Alberta,  who has boon visiting with Mr. und  ^fret. John Bird for the past two  Weeks, left for home on Monday.  The moat Bevqro weather change of  the senaoh occurred on Monday night,  when from a compuratlvely mild spell  the nierfiitry dropped to H bclb-iv aero  by morning.  Ool. Llatcr lo^fc on Sunday  for  Victoria   to   attend   the  session   of  llmldaUiuj   v|cc-|>ii������sid(nt���������   O.  IcglHlattire,.which openfd on Tu������*wlay, "jaccretnfy. It J. Forget.  Ellen Dow Auxiliary Elects  __"    -      '���������  Reports   presented   nt   the  jounual  meeting of the  Ellen  Dow Auxiliary  of St. Stephen's Presbyterian   Church  showed that the senior girls organization  had been active during MBJB, t^he  treasurer's report showing a donation  of $01   to   tliu mlaBiou   fuudb   of   tli^  ohuroh  as  well  ns sending away sup  plies to the church's hospital missionary effort.   Tho  officers for 1029 are:  President,    Olive    Greer;     secretary,  Hazel Hopwood; treauiiror, Jean Henderson;   supply   Booretaty,   Joan McCreath.   A very hearty vote of. than ko  was   tcmli-r*\l    Mra.  13. S. %lcCrvulh.  the 11)28 leader, who h.aR. rotlrod, and a  successor will be chosen at the regular  meeting in January.  At the tintuiiil mooting of Creston  Board of Trade on Tucuday night all  the 1028 ortlci)������i'������ wore rc-olccted us  follows;     President.  .Major    Mailan*.  w. A>iwr  m,f^^  \  n-  ���������*������y *!3TOB - HEVTTim " ;Ows*rj"Nr.   -R.-   O.  No Better Winter Breakfast than  tl        -fl TS  -f������������^ ���������������*������������������������������������������������������ ir*mm-!.m*.*\  ILKklmmm '       __*     ^ t* fl        ,       ���������.  msi'liiS^ leigitlli ���������a������0n^9 ana c^Foonycsfafes  Healthftil-easy jo digest, a safe regulator  Delicious^ heat in oveit������serve with hbt nillk  Made t������y The Canadian Shredded Wheat Company, Ltd.  Alberta's Peer's Estate  Estate Of Earl Of Egmont Estimated  To Approximate  One Million  " Dollars In Value  That the estate to .whieh. the- Earl  of Kgmcsit,. of Priddis, Alta., has fallen heir, will approximate one million dollars is an estimate made at  Calgary with his assistance.  The .bulk of the estate comprises  Avon Castle, the family seat at  Rlngwood, Hants, and 1,309 acres  surrounding it.  Some $40,000 has been spent latterly In Improving the land and the  residence,  declared   tho   new  earl.  In addition; he says, there iare in-,  vestments iu stocks and shares and  In war bonds amountix^g* to a large  total.  fall upon that single package  7������  ^^estern Canada in tke Spotligkt  1 - ..-���������  The attention of people in all parts of Canada, and, in fact, of the  world, will be directed to the prairie provinces of this Dominion during the  next few months in a way and to an extent probably unprecedented in the  history of any country, by reason of the applications to the Dominion  Parliament for charters to build many hundreds of ml?Ies o? raiHvav in the  northern portions of Manitoba^ Saskatchwan and Alberta.  Both the Canadian Pacific and the Canadiac National Railways are  asking Parliament for power to enormously extend their lines into the  north country, and both announce their eagerness to proceed with the work  of construction with the least possible delay. There is the keenest Kind  of rivalry between these two giant systems for rights into certain sections  of this territory, with the result that a battle royal will take place at  Ottawa when Parliament assembles.  One thing emerges quite clearly from the situation that has developed  with almost startling suddenness, and that is, that, despite all former  statements and predictions to the contrary, the railway managements of  Canada are now convinced of the enormous wealth of natural resources  in tlxe more northerly portions of Canada and of the success of the Hudson  Bay Railway and Hudson Bay route to the markets of the old world.  There had long been a suspicion in the minds of many Western people  that the former opposition in Montreal and other Eastern centres to the  construction of the Hudson Bay RaUway was based, not on their professed  scepticism as to the feasibility of the~ route, bujt because of  their belief that the route would prove to be an unqualified success, with  all the upheaval whrch the opening of this short route from the heart of  the prairies to the markets of the world would cause in existing- transportation conditions, rates, and routing of traffic.  Examination of the plans ai" the railways, as thus far outlined, indicate  a, reversal of formerly held views that the people of Western Canada, should  be served by lines running east and west, with all the tremendous production of the prairies moving out either to the Atlantic or the Pacific seaboards, and all our imported products coming in through the same ports.  Now, both of the great railway companies appear to be determined to  connect up their east and west lines by short branches here and there and  the construction of great north and south main lines, all stretching hundreds  of miles north of existing settlement and heading towards" tidewater in the  north.    A veritable railway revolution is in prospect.  This declaration of absolute confidence in the northern half of these  prairie provinces, said in the Hudson Bay outlet, evidenced by the willingness of the biggest financial men in Canada interested in the C.P.R. to  expend tens of millions of dollars in northern extensions, will attract the  Attention of the whole world and will constitute he greatest publicity this  section of the Dom'non has ever received.  Regardless of the decisions reached by Parliament as to division of  the northern territory between the rival systems, and the respective zones  to be allotted to each, the result will be to roll back the map of Canada  hundreds of miles. The old reproach and weakness of Canada that it consisted of a narrow strip of more or less settled territory extending thousands of miles from the Atlantic to the Pacific along* the Canada-United  States boundary line, is to be removed. To the Dominion will be given  great depth as well as great width, and what for centuries has been looked  upon as barren wastes of extensive territory, but of no value, will become  . a storehouse of treasure, the devlopment of which* will add enormously to  the population and wealth of the Dominion, providing new avenues of  employment, and diversified employment at that, for the people of Canada.  A STOMACH RESTORER  igdoodteeT  RED ROSE ORA.NGE PEKOE Is extra good  In the best package~-Cleon, bright aluminum  Good  Advice   From   One   Who  Had Suffered Much  Discomfort after eating, gas pains  in the intestinal tract, pains around  the heart, sour risings in th������ throat  called heartburn, aire common symptoms of dyspepsia* It is a condition  often neglected until it has done permanent harm, yet the treatment is  simple. The great contributing cause  to this trouble is thin blood. Good  blood and plenty of it is required by  the stomach to function properly. If  the blood is thin the stomach becomes sluggish, food lies undigested,  gas forms * causing pains, often  around the heart. Instead of getting  nourishment from the blood the system gets poison. The proper treatment is to enrich the blood, and  there is no other medicine can do  this as promptly or as effectively as  Dr. Williams' Pink. Pills. The sole  mission of these pills is tb mane  new, rich, red blood, which reaches  every organ and nerve in the body,  and thus not only -banishes Indigestion and dyspepsia, but also all other  troubles having their origin in weak,  watery blood.  The splendid results following the  use of Dr. Williams*    Pink    Pills    is  shown by the case of Mrs. Lucy A.  CUshing,     a     former     resident     of  Kempt, N.S., but now living with her  son at West Bethel, Me. Mrs. Cush-  ing says:���������-"I have no hesitation,    in  strongly    recommending      Dr.    Williams* Pink Pills. For years I was a  great sufferer from indigestion.  Always after eating I    suffered    from  pains in my,,-stomach, ahd other distressing  symptoms   that   accompany  this ailment.    I tried different  doctors while residing at my old home  and also at West Bethel, but without getting relief. I was advised by  a  friend to  try Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills.    I did so and I must say that  I am feeling very grateful ever since  to the good friend who gave me the"  advice.    I soon found the pills helping me and by the lime I had taken  nine or ten boxes I was completely  restored to good health.    Though I  am now in my 76th year I am feeling as well and smart as I did at  35, and am enjoying life once more."  You  can   get  these  pills   through  ���������any dealer in medicine, or by mail at  50 cents a box from The   Dr.    Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Speakers At Dinner  Of   Canadian   Society  Shows Canada's Loyalty  London Paper fEkpwesses Appreciation Of Revere������'"-'-'To' Penny  Postage  The London Sunday Times in an  editorial headed "Canada leads the  way," welcomed the increased British immigrant quota as emphasizing the practical loyalty of Canadians to their British stock, but fears  that tbe proper advantage may not  be taken of it in Great Britain. The  newspaper quotes further encouragement both of propaganda and finance. The Sunday Times also expresses appreciation    of    the   penny  postage and finds in it "a signal Baby's tiny system rebels against  t> *ta8C ������uU. uuus iu; *> a *.&������ * castor oil and strong purgatives; but  proof of Canada's    strong    imperial - ���������     ���������- - -    - -  Proves Columbus Was Spaniard  A document found in the archives  of Pontevedra Parish, mentioned ���������  that place as having been the birthplace of Christopher Columbus. It  thus bears out the claim that the  discoverer of America was a Spaniard and not a native of Genoa,  Italy. The document contained a  description of the burial of Columbus.  LAXATIVE FOR BABY  THAT "STAYS DOWN"  sentiments."  After urging Hon. Winston  Churchill, chancellor of the exchequer, to follow Canada's example the  Sunday Times advocates a common  empire stamp which, it states would  have a real psychological - value as a  symbol of imperial unity.  Fresh Supplies In Demand. ���������  Wherever Dr. Thomas' Eclectrid Oil  has been introduced increased supplies have been ordered, showing  that wherever it goes this excellent  Oil impresses its power on the people. No matter in what latitude it  may be found Its potency is never  impaired. It is put -up in most portable shape in "bottles and can be carried without fear of breakage.  here's a, medicine that just suits him.  And it does the work.quickly and so  gently that Baby doesn't feel it.  Fletcher's Castoria is soothing cross,  fretful babies and children to sleep  and snaking the feverish* constipated,  upset ones weii: and happy, in .-millions  of homes today. Castoria is purely-  vegetable, harmless and endorsed by  the medical profession. Avoid imitations. The Chas. H. Fletcher signature marks genuine Castoria,  Kellogg Explains Treaty  The Paris pact for renunciation of  war commits none of the signatories  to it to goto war ia defence of any  country attacked in defiance of the  treaty, Secretary of State, Frank B.  Kellogg, informed the Senate committee on foreign relations during  the recent hearings. He added that  Canada made it plain that the dominion would not "be a party to the  treaty unless that was understood.  Arsenic In Canada  All the white arsenic produced in  Utilizing Coal Resources '  The new Fuel Research Laborator-  Canada Is obtained by treating the ies of the Department of Mines at  arsenical silver-cobalt-nickei ores of j Ottawa, were designed and the equipment selected with a view to carry-  Minard's Liniment prevents Flu.  The most popular marriage age in  England is 23 for brides, and 24 for  bridegrooms.  Frenchman Invented  Eyelet  French celebrated recently the  centenary of the birth of the metal  eyelet. Francois-Jean-Guiliaume Go  bin-Daude was the inventor. The  first application of the eyelet was to  corsets and it gave that industry a  great impetus. Eyelets later were  put in shoes.  Awful Asthma Attacks Is there  a member of your family who is in  the power of this y distressing trouble ?*No service you can render hini  will equal the bringing to his attention of Dr. J- D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. This remarkable remedy  rests its reputation upon what it has  done for others. It has a truly wonderful record-, covering years and  years of success in almost- every  part of this continent, and even beyond the seas.  An acquaintance says the rag5*  undesirable place in the "world to  live is beyond one's income.  A power shovel being built at St.  Louis, will dig fifteen cubic yards  at one bite.  Minard's Liniment for the Grippe and  Flu.  The palatial stables of the forme*  German Kaiser halve been converted  into Berlin's first indoor tennis court.  t;.s.  northern Ontario. Arsenical gold con  centrates  are  shipped  from  British  Columbia to the United States.  Canadian Cheese  The  production  of  factory cheese  in Canada In 1926 amounted to 171.-  731,631 pounds.   The value was $61,-  753,390.  ing out investigations which would  be in the Interest of the development  of the coal resources of the Dominion.  Snake bites kill more  000,000 worth of    cattle  each year.  than    $1,-  in    Texas  Simple Precautions Against FLU  Sore Threat   ���������~" The Danger Signal  Health Authorities Point Out Thc Necessity Of Treating The Simple Cold  I At Its Beginning  Nearly every case of "Flu" starts with a simple cold. At first the  throat is aore���������often just a littlo hoarse���������soon tho infection goes lower���������  then thc chest Is affected. A safe plan is to gargle tho throat three tlme3  daily with "NervH'.no"���������tills will keep tho throat frco from germs. If there  is any sign of tightness in the chest, rub on Nerviline���������every drop will  penetrate decpl*,*'���������contention will be relieved���������the cold will break up  quickly. Many a dangerous case of "Flu" can bo avoided by this almpto  home treatment.  Of course it Is always wlso to take soma relaxing medicine, and for this  purpoao immediate results will bo secured from Dr. Hamilton's Pills���������thoy  purge tho system of impurities and carry off a lot of disease���������brooding  wastes.  Thia combination treatment of Norvlllno and Dr. Hamilton's rills la  very effective for Grippe, Influenza, Bad Colds, etc., and can bo relied upon  to glvo very satisfactory remit**.  and  Canadian  Senators  Guests  At Function In New York  The Canadian Society of New  York helped to strengthen the North  American entente cordiale by bringing together aa their guests at their  annual dhiner two senators, one from  the Canadian! Upper Chamber, Hon.  C. P. Beaublen, K.C., and the other  from the United States Houae, Hon.  Simeon D. Fess, of Ohio. The speakers dealt with the aspirations of the  two countries.  Senator Fcss frankly discussed  tho two chief issues now agitating  thho Congress, tho Kellogg treaty  and thc new crulsor program, nnd ho  readily supported both. The United  States, ho declared, should not put  any obstacle In tho way of the of-  fort to banish war.  Senator Beaub|.cn rovlcvvcd tho development of Canada In recent years  and painted a glowing picture of the  Dominion's future.  "Canada, with a vision quickening  nnd widening, has remained sobor-  mlndcd, fairly traditional, and, I  think I can. add, hardworking ana  still law-abiding and God-foarlng,"  ho said.  j^^Jpff *\s/k\jg<m  H ������$ ^''^  Hewitt���������I R������ppos*! yon joko writers aro alwaya looking for a funny  thing."  Jcwett���������"Yea; glad to havo mot  you."  Tho silencer for firearms waB Invented by Maxim in 100i>.  j  w.   ra   u.   itu������  How many people you lcnoW \vho end tlieir colds with Aspirin!  And how often you've heard o������ its prompt relief of sore throat or;  tonsilitis. No wonder millions take it for colds, neuralgia,  rheumatism; and the aches and pains that go with them. The wonder is that anyone still worries through a winter without these  tablets I They relieve quickly, yet have no effect whatever on th������  heart. Friends have often told you Aspirin is marvelous; doctors  liave declared it harmless. Every druggist has it, with provca direct  tions. Why not put it to the test?  Aspirin l������ a Trademark Regbtercil In Caoatl* THIS   BEVTEW,   CBESTOK,   B.   C,  APPROVE NEW  RURAL Sf HflftI  '*%m������j*t  & jural.? aii iffl.*jl^iiilIfs  Woman Leads Defence  flm   HtiavwuliCMP   Ttm������*1  RETIRES" FOB9S BUSINESS  Edmonton.���������Approval of the' Bak>  *r rural school plan, sponsored by  the Alberta government, was voiced  "hy the convention of the United  Farmers of Alberta here. A vote,  taken on the questIon-3, -favored approval of the Baker system by 205  to 161. According to the resolution  the convention favored raising fundsl  by grouping rural school areas * in  one district under a flat mill rate  on assessed valuation.  Hon. Perren E. Baker, minister of  education   in   the   Alberta   government, was the most prominent figure  tn   the   d:scussion   on   the   system  ���������which bears his name-    In the midst  of a debate he was summoned Into  the argument at the request of the  farm delegates.    After outlining his  system,   the   minister   of   education  answered queries on the matter until the program was halted. According   to   the   projected   system;   the  province  would Sbe divided yinto   20  divisions of 15 schooJL-dfetpictspeachy  Chairmen of  the  district  boards to  form  a general beard,  -which,  with  the    minister   of    education,    -would  ���������supervise  rural -^ducatioihal matters  In Alberta.       Selections placing anti  payment of teachers under the Baker  plan, would  be f hahfoed ^"by'f the  general board.   . ���������'.if,:,.s;;.,,:yy,y  In tlie discussion oik the"4" Baicer  Idea "government ���������b^ypros^*_'ywas;  quoted as a name for the proposed  ,,. mode of rural educational ylsiiper-^  vision. It was claimed that, regarding single taxation areas, "none  would stand for^as^ian*^^  eessed by a bureau of toe, govern-  meat,"    ' -:P'n  In answering his critics, Mr.  Baker denied the ���������'"���������bureaucracy'' and  "government. *>y- -nyoxy" a!legart!o:-i.  and stated that matters would "be  governed by .appointed representatives of the ratepayers. He estimated that the increase in taxation,  necessary o pay for the better supervision the new - system would involve, would be covered by a three-  quarter ��������� mill increase over the entire  rural area. And he contended that  the new plain "would place ( experts in  charge of the allocation and selection of teachers.  Praised For Flea in Old Bailey, But  "trailed to Receive Acquittal  London.���������Miss Veraetla Stephenson failed to secure acquittal at the  central criminal court of the first  man she had defended on a charge  of murder, John Holmy Ward, aged  24. The jury without much delas'  returned a verdict the prisoner was  guilty of the murder of hia grandfather, u, uOuj&uji&kef,  who wfia iOtuiil  with his skull fractured in Pimlico,  I But she received the warmest con-  >>*  >ZA'       S/      y*L<H&*������m.*,m.   ..   ?psP������&zMm������M^_W^  " -      ,A-}i <���������'* 4   f v^A, , ���������  v --S   ' SSi&Bs&mi*. "     - " ���������*?**������:\-  Ureal kcrease Blown  la Canadian Trade  Advance or N early 5335,Q06.,������0u uur-  Ottawa.���������Canada's total trade advanced nearly $235,000,000 during  the last nine months of 132S. The  1 total of $2.C07,8C 0,158 compa es witn  ������1,773,092,834 for the corresponding  period in 1027,  Figures. were   made   available   at  GERMAN PLAN  FOR NEW C-KUISEK  - IS PUBLISHED  Berlin.���������Publication by the London Review of Reviews of the Icxf  of a secret mecaoraiaduia. in." -vvliica  General   Groener,   Gertaan   Xtx.i.lm..ev  the  department of national  revenue.   oi deience,   dej.eaded_  tiae    nace-.isy  for the construction 6f a now b'ir,. Is  cruiser has caused co^diJerab^e  <~ou-  ������^.omc"K.i.c exports ^*v^rG -v.  Cmmtm.\f^t    Omt.     *?-!-,-  gratulations  upon her  case  for  th<������  defence from Mr. Justice Humphries.  Miss Stephenson eschewed any  attempt at rhetoric. "I am fighting  for this young man's "life and if  words fail me it is because I appreciate the responsibility that rests on  me," she said.  Miss Stephenson, however, used  carefully chosen sentences -when she  passed to a review of the evidence,  urging the manner in which the accused's gras^f*������*������������������������<*���������* irnet bis death  was consistent with the younger  man defending himself from attack  by the elder.;  ,. PX Jxraow you will not let sympa-  thy^rior the dead over-ride justice for  the   living,"  iWere;:%er f JL^ty words;.  "This is the most solemn moment ofjRoumanian TraiaOew  Responsible  my life and I leave this young raarfs       For Death of Fourteen Persons  life  ������n  your  iiands,. with  a  prayer  that God might lead you to the right  conclusion,"       y"fy   .yy 'yyy. ;S'\.  ��������� "'tiis Lordship in sumniing up'said  it was difficult to accept the theory  of ���������. self-defence.        v"  071,647.164, an inciease of $121,542.-  797 over the comparative frrure^ of  5950.104,367 in the previous year.  Wheat exports alone moved upward  more than $31,(\,0 000, while newsprint and automobiles were substantially heavier.  After 42 years as assistant manager of western business for the  Canadian Bank of Commerce. C. W.  Rowley has .retired from business.  He is recognized as one of the leading banker's of Canada, and is well  known; ih the west.  Railroad Wreck Was  Will Sail For Eisgkncl  New    Earl    of    E-jnsont    to    Leavt-  About 2nd of February  Calgary.���������The new Ea 1 of Eg-  mont, Frederick Joseph ��������� Trevelyan  Perceval, who for the past th'rty  yeaLrs'.h'asbeen ranch'ng in the Cai-  garyfdistrict and who?recently fen  heir to a big estate in Great'.Britain,  will leave about the- end of February for'..England. '���������-���������  He   will   be   accompanied   by   his  fourteen-year-old  son - and ��������� he'r,  "the  Turnuseverinu,    Roumania.--Rail-  Ho^ >rederic?c  George  Moore  Per-  road  inspectors   said, that- drunken-  ^^ . ^    ^ y ^    Mrs.    Harry  ness on the part of the engineer and  Trimmer, ot Pridd's, wbo have been  w   of   the   Bucbarest-Temesevare'f^iends  of  the   new   earl  for many  cr  5 Western Pioneer Dead  Major Augustus Mills Came to ^in  ;AaSPaP'    .. ' nipeg in 1870     .  Winnipeg.---A. pipheer- of early  western Canadian military expeditions, Major .'Aiig^tuis^fiiiiiUsV.r^T^f.'i^  dead at his home here.' Ke caaae to  Vvinnipeg" in IS70. as a,, isieraber of  tbe first Lord Wolseiey expedition-  and later participated in the rebellion in 1SS5 as a captain in the Kii-  donian Infantry, which made a far  western inarch in search of - the Indian ch'ef,  Big Bear.  For a time he was a Dominion  government land agent and then,  in 1883, was appointed deputy pro-  thonotary at the Manitoba law  courts, a position whicli he held at  the time of his death.  express Cost the lives of 14 persons.  In addition to the fatalities about  two score passengers were injured  at JPruniscoruy near here, -when the  express crashed into a local train  which had been derailed.  The f express   was   plunging   alon;  years.  sternation    in     government     cii*oles  here.  As the memorandum was known  only to cabinet caeiJiKiCJ and a, restricted number of person.* official  quarters Sn& s.������. a ������oss to e>-|> a..-.  how the "leakage" to-k place and  an investigation has been order, e-a-  It is considered in J3cilln that  there is no doubt the Loaclon publication was from the original LexT.  and tbe indignation of the press ia  increased because the memorandum  was w thheJd even from membeis ot  the Reichstag, who. are determined'  to interrogate the government on  the  "scandal." f  London.-���������Wickham Steed, editor  of the Review of Reviews, sad that  the - Groenerf memorandum , he, had  published is ' 'perfectly auth-entic an d  was not stolen."  '"it reached me in an ordinary  way through a- citannel that I trust  and I satisfied myself as to :ts authenticity. They can make all the investigations they like as far as I am  concerned." "  Increase In Dairy Products  Fredericton, N.B.���������-The value of  cheese, dairy and creamery butter  in Canada during 1928 will show an.  increase of more than $11,360,000  at 55 miles an hour in the dead of i oyer the preceding year, J. F. Sin-  night when the crash occurred. The ��������� Kleton, ch'ef of the dairy ma"rketF  engineer of the express, which was division of the federal department of  heavily laden, was apparently bl!nd agriculture, told delegates to the  to ail signals. Inf their excitement] ^e^ Bnmsw'ck, E>airymQn's COT1"  over the.derailed local tra'n station'^e^t^s is: session here.  officialsyapparently forgot about the  Farm Loan  Board  Ottawa.���������-While   no   announcement  has yet been made as to the personnel of the -farm loan board who will  act with T>r. J. E>. McLean, fonner  Premier   of   British   Columbia,   and  recently appointed to the chairmanship of that body, the understanding  In   the  capital   is   that   Hon.   E.   C  Drury,  former   premier   of   Ontario  and   Beaudry   Lcman,   president   of  the   Banque   Canadienne   Nationale.  will be named.  Free Trip Offered .Students  Paris.���������A free trip from. Montreal  to Paris with expenses for a 15-day  sojourn at his hotel to the student  graduating with- highest honors at  Canadian "Universities is to be offered by J. G. Metra lier, administrator  of a Paris Hotel, if arrangements  can-be made with Canadian University heads. Metrailler is president  of several hotels in Franc and Switzerland.     -''  ���������.  onrushing Bucharest expre33, -which  ploughed into the passenger coaches  of the local train like a catapult.  Children Victims of Ranch Fire  Winnipeg.���������Two young children,  one six months old and the other  two years, were burned to death,  when fire destroyed a ranch home  near Arden, Manitoba, south ������*jf  here.  y Salary Revision For Mail Clerks  Ottawa.���������-NeW; - classification and  salary revision for mail clerk?  throughout the_Dominion..is considered probable by J. P. O'Farrell, of  Quebec, -president of the Dominion  Railway Mail Clerks' Association  Mr, O'Farrell expressed h'mself thus  after appearing before the Civil Service Commission with proposals  along these lines.  * CANDIDATE FOR THRONE  Gigantic Wave Strikes River  New York. ��������� Lenardo Fiorotu,  cook, was* killed ajid severali other  members of the crew were injured  hy a g'g'fejitic wave that surged  over the bow of the White Star  Liner Majestic on the crossing completed when the ship docked here.  The wave: twisted steel bulkwarks,  wet the mall, ru'ned part of tho cargo and necessitated removal of the  289 third, class passengers to othei*  quarters.  :  Gift For McGill University  Montreal.���������A g*ft of $5,000 haa  Just been received by tho McG'll  faculty of applied science from Walter W. Colpltts, of New York, to  establish a graduate scholarship in  civil engineering at the University,  in honor,'of Dr. John Danaall Potter,  emeritus professor or mining engineering. Mr, Colpltts graduated in  1890 from "McGill faculty of applied  (science.  Air Pilot Killed .;  Toledo, Oh:o.~Ted Hay, 30, pilot,  for Trans-continental Air Transport  Company here- was killed when hia  plane crashed as he "was attempting  to land. Witnesses said one of the  w'ngs of Hay's ship collapsed aa the  aviator soared 75 feet above the field  for his landing. The low altitude  apparently prevented him ��������� from  righting the plane.  Again IIoiuls Alberta Farmers  Edmotiton.���������-OppoHltion to re-election of H. W. Wood no precedent of  thc U.E\A., was drowned In a-vote  which Bwept him Into tho first, exec^  utive office for tho fourteenth time-  To a motion that he bo "retired" at*  honorary prccldent was added an  amendment that he bo made president,    Tho  amendment waa  paowed  Vty  ii V������mi vvLiClijuliiy   VuLu.  ���������Will Participate In Scheme  Regina.���������-Manitoba will again participate in tlxe British hoy immigration scheme it has been announced  by' lion. Albert Prefontaino, Minister  of Agriculture for Manitoba who  stated that a requisition would be  forwarded to the British authorities  to bring 50 youths to that province  thia spring.  Find Tunica of Amundsen Piano  Paris, iFranco.���������rThe French builders of tho Latham Plawe in which  Roald Amundsen and hia companlona  wore lost while hunting the wracked dir!glblo Italia, in tho Arctic,  announced that fuel tanks found  floating* off Norway exactly conformed to thoflo used oia the Am-  undach, p^atiLe, Five Qthoro woro lost  with tho famous iwcpioirer.  ; ''-  Tamils- Champion ICngaged  Bertcleyi    Calif.���������^ICngagemont    of  Helen Wills, national womon'm ten-  nil rtbnnrvplon, to Fri*rf<*irlc!c JShanflcr  Discussed Problems  Of Egg larkdisg  Canadian      Producers*      Association  To-Take flatter Up Wilh  Government  Toronto.-���������Egg marketing problems were discussed at the annual  convention ; of the Canadian Producers' Association here. In view of  the unprofitable situation which has  confronted the dealers on account of  surplus * supply it was deeded that  a committee be named to take ; the  matter up with: the Dominion government. W. S. Cameron, Toronto,  president of the association, suggested that the committee be representative of dealers, exporters and  producers.  Alfred McCann, of Cheltenham,  Ont.,' urged that advertising calculated to insure the consumption of  eggs should be undertaken by the  government.  Mr. Cameron in his presidential  address, stated that the season had  been a profitable one for the egg  producers but on the average it had  been unprofitable for the dealers..  Consumption per capita in Canada  had risen from 16.06 dozen in 1924  to 29.67 in 1927. and he expected  the 1928 figures to show more than  30 dozen per capita.  . To Aid Paraguay  Farmers  Asuncion,   '.Paraguay.���������The    Paraguay    government    decided    to  net  aside 25.000,000 pesos credits to farmers who are unable to harvest  their, grain bcause of the ..absence of  farm hands In tho army mobilized  recehtly In the d sputc with BoJtvia.  The government also is- trying to cte-  inob'llze the farmers Urst and as  quickly as possible.  Ask ' Customs Rabato  Ottawa.���������The government la being  asked by the British Columbia Sugar Refining Company to include in  the forthcoming estimates the .sum  of $36,824.88 with Intetest, bo ng the  balance of $59,958.83 claimed to  have been overpaid by the company  in custom duties.  Hundreds Kitted By Karthqimke  Peking, China.���������Hundreds of Chinese were killed in an earthquake  tn the Northwest part of Shansi province^ dlBpatchOB published hesro eaid.  The, earthquake occurred near the  Mongolian bordor In n mectlow. Buffering from a famine.  w. n. -*a--itro  Count Follw Bemadotto,  of Sweden,  Hliovim above*,  with  his  bride,  mis  cnn.mr^inrrk  m  ^-rpm������������r*r,!C KHMifHrrjformerly TVfiHK  Wmtellrt 1M������mvlll������>f  of PloiuBjnntvlllrt,,  N.Y.,   Ih one Of tlie  two               n .       ������l Moody,.. Jr*    _m   Prancl������45o   atoclc foremost candidates for tho throne of the United Baltic Klr^dom, which  fleeing Spanish Honduras in expoci*  H brolcer, hat* been announced.  Fear Itevotution  New Orleona, La.���������Isaac Lehman,  representative of a New-York cotton.  goodu' manufacturer, arrived lierm  with a roporfc that United States  clUseetiH.   and   other   forelprncrs   woro  It is proDOHcd to torm  hy muiging Einthonuui, Latvia ami Lithuania,  I  atiou of a revolution. I. /*rrf������������*.������,������^.,  TKE   CBESTOTJ  REVIEW  IE CRESTON REVIEWl,lmited Tly sap?l of ���������?* T5  r apples will meet with a ready  Bale,  [���������sued every Friday afc Creston, B.C.  bsciriptscn ; ������2*50 a y������a*r in advance.  **} to U.S. points.  jr-i    IRI  Ba������BS. Editor sq  id Owasr.  IESTON.   B.C.. FRIDAY. JAN. 25  wnXh&t the Wealthies and  Jonathanss  pAt'.this time of year when Rrow-  h jare starting to prune their  [sfaardB it might he as well for  |eiu to study the result of the  resent condition of affairs as  [ought out by selling through  [?dsrly marketing means, governed  it ia hy the laws of supply aud  jjmand, and be guided accordingly.  Last season there   were  restrio  Ions   put   ess   such   varieties    as  i/eaithiea and Jonathans which if  1 lore drastic in tbe near- future* will  and if the grower oauoofc qbtsrin  such on his soil or exposure^ he  should aim st growing greater  quantities of later varieties whioh  will keep longer. Onoe the Mointosh eomes on the -market the  prioe of all tbe earlier varieties  drop more or less, even in spite of  the presence of higher oolor and  greater size at the end of their  picking season.  To obtain sise in fruit a ready  available supply of nitrogen must  he present in the soil, which is  supplied in the cheapest manner  by maintaining a cover crop, pre  ferabiy a legume, as a source of  humus through decomposition.  Some    restrictions    thia   season  were put on the Mcintosh, but as  long  as   the  grower  prunes   judi  cioualy and keeps his trees open, he  discriminating public demands,  which changes from time to time,  and be guided accordingly.    C.B.T..  E. Hoogerwerf of Nelson arrived last  week-to join the stn,S of ".he Creston  Power, Light & Telephone Company,  Fob Sale���������One Plymouth Ruck  and one "Wyandotte cockerel, both  pm f bred birds, $3 each. Ri Stewiu-t,  Oreston.  has less trouble in controlling scab  lean a tremendous loss to growers \ and securing better color by  pick  'I such varieties.    In  other  words ing time.    He has nothing to  fear j  Miss Eva Bolton is spending the  week with Moiy&e friends.  *- '���������������������������������������������������  Fob SAias-riFilly, 3 years old, broke  to saddle, $35. y E. H. Stewart, Ores-  ton.  Mrs. ii. Timmons left on Thursday  last for Nelson, where she is spending  the week.  Miss M. Miiinne returned on Sunday  from a visit with her sisterl Mrs. Lorenzo. atlTahk.  Fob Saxb���������Toggenburg doe, 4 years  old, splendid y milker. ' Walter V.  Jackson, Creston. f"  Fob. Sal.���������������Alfuiia ami iimothy hay  mixed, $15 i\ ton at barn.     H. Yer  bury. Camp Lister.  Mrs. Fred Smith is on a visit with  friends at Fruitvale, wheie Fred is  working this winter. .  For Saxes���������Set general purpose bobsleighs, van be seen ut McKay's black-  ssnU-h show. Creston. .,  Pigs For Saubs���������Choice,young pig -,  six weeks old February Bth, $6 earn.  John R. Oliiier, (Alice Sidissj?>,Crest������m.  F   ������4   JAGKSO^  REAL ESTATE  listings aolioitedU  GR ESTOPS,    S.O.  ffli ������V  DEPARTMENT OF IjANDS  ftPPUCITION FOR mim PEROTS  FOR THE SEASOH OF 1929  he province produces a surplus of  hem in a bumper crop year, and  here is difficulty ie distributing  he volume by means of the regular  hannels throughout the prairie  irovinces.  From the grower's point of view  hese -varieties demand a lot of his  abor in pruning and thinning and  t might be as well where they are  planted in rows thirty by fifteen  :eet   apart,   to   thin   theirs   out   to  from   couapet.Mon   in   this   variety}    For  Saws��������� Muse,   10  years   old,  weighs 1300 lbs.   good worker, cheap.  from the major portion of th������  Okanagan, as our cool nights in  September readily develops the  oolor in this locality.  This spring, then, when starting  operations in the filler planted  orchard don't be afraid to open up  the rows by cutting out some of  the earlier varieties, as now is a  good time to aim at maintaining  standard    distances    between   the  ���������standard distances, thirty   feet by. tree3.  thirty; it would h lp to increase  ifcbe quality and size of the fruit on  jche trees left, and re3ider it easier  |to operate the orchard.  Opening up the rows allows the  fssn snd sir to gain better access to  |fchs tr^ss, helps the coloring of the  fruit, besides furnishing more opeu  space for the growing of cover  crops to maimain a ready supply  of humus.  Under our present conditions p  In regard to new varieties the  Red Borne Beauty should receive  your favorable consideration. The  per qentage of Home Beauty apples  produced in this valley is low at  present. Most of the carload lots  that- go out to country points are  mixed, consisting of four or five  varieties. It is to the grower's  interest to keep in touch with  those in charge of bis shipping  j organization   and   learn   What  the  K. Andrew, Oreston.  Fob Sai^E���������-Portable phonograph  and 50 records, will sell cheap. L.  AndroBofI, Creston.  For Saxe���������Four gasoline" lamps*.  tank, wire and pumps, will sell cheap.  Presbyterian Ladies's Aid.  John Belaroger of Cranbrook is a  visitor with Oreston fa-sends this week,  a guest, of Mi-s. McGonegal.  Mrs. Jhs. Cook was a visitor with  Mrs. Martin at Sirdar for a few days  the latter part of the week.  K. Aldevson has -gone to the prairie,  Have you tried the  new Silk Mantle for  the Coleman Table  Lamp. They are guaranteed to outlast two  ordinary paifs and the  price is the same.  V. MAWSON  Amplications for permits to graze livestock  on wie Crown Range within any -gracing district of the Province of British CoIaiButa. must  be filed with the District Forester at Fort  George, Kamloops, Nelson. Prince Rupert.  Vanoouver, or Williams Iiake, on or before  March 31st, i^.  Blank forms upon which to submit applications may be obtained from tbe District Foresters at the above-named places, or from the  Department of Lands afc Victoria, B.O.  G.B.NAI1EN.  Deputy Minister oj Lands.  Department of Lands,  Vtctori&j4"MX  January* 7, V&&.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Colambia at- its  next session, on behalf of the Chiropodists of  British Columbia, for a private bill to be known  as "The Chiropody Act" for the purpose of  governing and regulating -tbe practice. of  chiropody throughout British Columbia by  oroviding f or a board of examiners to insure  the better qualification and standing of persons  nraetisingand holding themselves out as practising the profession of Chiropody in British  I Columbia, and the registration and licensing  of practitioners, and for the incorporation of  Registered "and Licensed Chiropodists of Brit-  where we understand he will remain 19?^5fe^!t.^*r^B^^5^22-HlS5?,!S  for the balance of the winter.  ish Columbia into a body corporate under the  name of "The British Columbia Chiropody  Association;" with powers of acquiring, holding  and disposing of real and personal property,flx-  ing and collecting of examination registration  and enrollment tees, the *esn,i������i������ nt mi44flML.  AT THE  We invite you to inspect ������ur  new stock of  __fiBss9������.MSs&&m  mfmfafyfa&4S*m&  J im CherrinRton left on Tuesday for  Vancouver, where he is resuming his  studies at the B.C. University.  Miss B.McGonegal of Calgary, Alta.,  araiveti la������t week on a visit with her  sister-in-law, Mrs. E. McGonegal.  Mv. and Mrs. O. Arrowsmith uf Arrow Creek are spending the week in  town, guests of Mrs. J. Arrowstnith.     Mtng of certifications of registration and of licenses, the admission of candidates, the disciplining and control  of members, and enaotine of all bylaws and  regulations for the general management of the  SSBGCiatiOu.         "                 __  Dated at Vancouver. Jt������.C������ this 2Sth aay cf  November, A.D., 1928.  LtJCAS&LUOAS,  Barristers and Solicitors  1022 Standard Bank Bldg.  --- VancCuver, B.C,  and  Full stock.    PHced right.  Shoe and Harness  Repairing  3EH=  3SG  3[=JE  30E  3B-S1DC  The four garages in Creston district���������-  Premier Garage, Kootenay Garage  and Creston Motors, Creston; and  Erickson Battery Service Station,  Erickson; have entered into an agreement commencing January 1, 1929,  as follows:  AU 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 fche 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. Ii. PALMER.  The KOOTENAY GARAGE, Creston  per GEO. MORRISON.  CRESTON MOTORS, Creston  per D. S. TIMMONS.  ERICKSON RATTBRY SERVICE STATION  Erickson, p#r RAY CRISU&R.  The Garages aro !dom1*h2 tw Wjp thk������ ftgrccsmont  ho pledge  do not astic them to violate* Aatne.  I        "1        III! II 'I I ��������� Ill.ll..,..,,   ...    I.MI.I...     I. .,.....���������.   We Know Printin  for that is our business  .���������and it is your business to get  the best possible work at the  lowest possible prices, consistent  with quality. It will be a pleasure  to show you samples. and quote  prices.  B  WJ*.'"i*l  Mttu.mmmmi*tiMmnl'  **AAA*AtSm*ASAAAAAA.\  THE CRESTON  REVIEW  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING   ������>EPT.  nmmmm  IdfBltSljl tEj^SBQE  H-.��������� .... ~.^. ....  CSH3I"  H #*?w!^% jfr*^?^*^!*?^'Myfe y**J������i���������������| |p  3QIS3QI THIS  CBJBSTON  REVIEW  /  ist Church, Oreston  SUM DAY   JAN. 27  sjlkjjm���������7.ou p.m., Evensong.  ir. B. E. Cribb. B.A., -Minister.  LOG a.m.--W YNNDEI*.  a SO p.m.���������CANYON. -  7.80 p. wo.���������ORESTON.  Fernie branch of the Canadian  Legion has 248 members.  Damage  from   fire at Penticton  1__a-   =. ��������� -, , i_J   J.-.    ~���������.l_    BrtOlO  ���������aau y&������T t*>wu.Oiaiittr:u. uo   ouiy   y^uxd.  The federal authorities have  closed the customs offi.es at  Kaslo.  $40,862 of teaohers* salaries were  paid by the Cranbrook school board  in-1928.  ��������� Theatre  jgisjs- (s/jmrnmrnzz*^- &.  CHAS. BOTTERILL  MJKAY/A'C* and IKLrC������%. S&K va������-xi  COAL,   WOOD,.  SAND,  GRAVEL  tOMPT  ATTENTION   GIVEN   ALL; ORDERS.  s Try Us Once  jvr-  ���������!P  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.  HAS. O. RODGERS  MUM  '29   Ford   Gars  ow on Display  Let us  know your wants in Used Cars  for the coming season.  \eadquarters for Kolster and Marconi RadioJ  Rmmmm   M|  JM    ���������    jamum   ffm-fc AI���������%.     jfi     ���������������**������     Jli    A*%.    W���������  RgSS        Qmj^y     Q     *Sy^|        Q.l(|.|]^y g   ^^     mrm     Ebsh^     JljJL    m.    mmt    QiMi  ������     ������~������ li.il.������k. t ������ %Mt (.*< ������HI #��������� WW k~������-li>  SEWVICE ON ANYTHING OPCRATCD OY GASOLINE  0. B. Kemp of . Bonners Ferry  hasaU.S half dollar that is 119  years: old."    . .      ,   -.  Fernie's 1928 fire loss .-was about  $19,000 according to the- annual  report of the town fire,-chief*  HPU^���������-.        ._-���������_��������� ^.���������_:^i. ' J"      'mm   Am'        fl-... _  J.UDICS   wofo   ick us tercw.   :r*������ . vJ������������������"������-  83 deaths and 62 marriages.  Robins were seen in the Grand  Forks distract as early as- January  4th, according to the Gazette  Electricity consumed in   Penfcie  ton   <u uri rig   Decs ui ber     was    the  Kreatest in the history of the town.  539 patients were treated , at  Penticton hospital in 1928. The  year previous the figures were 438.  The bakery at gaslo is closed for  a few months, while the proprietor  ia oyvay on a holiday visife in Nor.  way.  The public works department is  keeping the road between Nelson  and Kaslo open to traffic this  wjs! ter.  ������.   The auto jitney  business in   the  Slocan   is   thriving.    New  Dei.ver  VWI.OVM       ^*to  ^<! 4.1, n.   UI UMCOO  SSi VSCeS      UlliS  winter.  Mrs.: Maurice Hiddletotr of Vernon is the owner of a turkey torn,  eight- months old, that weighs 30  pounds.. - .  The hospital at Penticton closed  the year with a surplus of just  over $3000. In" 1927 the deilcit  was $1*093.  H.   J������   Hewetson,     a Kelowna  orchardist,   is   claiming a  crop of  1066 boxes of Mcintosh Reds  per  acre for 7J acres.  To date the issue 'of motor  licenses in the Trail Rossland district shows a big increase over the  same period a year ago.  At Bonners Ferry   the   wea'her  a  very early  spring   and   no   high water in the  Kootenay River this year.  A dog poisoner is at work-at  Cranbrook. According to . the  Courier nine more or less valuable  canines   were   poisoned  last week.  Walter-McKenzie of   Kimberley:  has a Rhode Island Red pullet .that.  in her first attempt at egg   production   has  delivered   an  egg 7 s Si  inches, weighing 4 ounces, '  Pentioton   would   not appear to  be   overly   keen    on    its   hospital.  Only   two   citizens  iu   addition to  the members of the executive turn  ed out for the annual meeting.  A-eruse nas jour i>eaufcy p������ivlos*s  all of whom object to the six  o'clock closing bylaw and want it  extended to a shutup at 10 p.m.  This is opposed by the town barbers,.  The Anglican Church  at Row  land is closed," due the inability  of  the bishop to locate a man   who is  willing to take on the work.      The  Anglicans at Kaslo are also   with  out af minister*  A list of the oldtimers in Bast  Kootenay has just heen prepared  and the district can claim at least  one'real pioneer in Mrs. Sarah  Larue Galbraith who has been  there since 1869.  Grand Forks Farmers' Institute  had a membership of. 47 last year.  The objective for 1928 is to revive  the fall Fair Whioh has been alive  nnd dead, for alternate years for  many years past.  The C PR. is looking for a   con  siderahle  supply   of good old aum  mertntao  weather thia year.    3000  tuns  of  ioe  are  being   put   up to  supply passenger trains and   refri-  gerator*bars at Cranbrook.  According to tho audited state  mont Cranbrook fall fair was run  at a profit of $790 last year, and  the asdociatiou contemplates^purchasing a $6000 property, which  will serve as an a hletic field as well.  With concentrating faoilitiefl already in 'evidence at Moyio and  Trail and with a 50, per cent.  additio i under construction at  Kimberley,, it -io churned the Con-  eolidated will ho handlii.g 7000  tons ������ day by tho end of the  year,  w������wi������iwm������wwwri������Mi������������������i������������Miw.im^^  Vnn 8at,m���������One remodel tucl Coluimi-n  table lump. "$S,76, at V. Maweon's.  Fob Samb oh Khnt���������4-room cottnge  on McLoorl Ave. Apply Mva. W. K,  Brown.  FOX".    Ii'MNT���������fi  farntHhucl. p-oad locatlotk.  Box 27. Or������*H������.on  room   House,   pikrtly  Apply P.O.  Lon^ Service  THE Imperial Bank was founded during  the period when farming constituted  almost the whole in'dilstriai life of Canada^  City streets were once thronged on Market  Day and the teams waited at every post.  Times change-^ihe hitching post has  gone���������but .the farming industry can never  be superseded. . Every day is market day  now, and the farmer, is- sl business man and  a student of markets. ..  The Bank has always regarded the  farming industry as of prime importance  and will .give, every consideration to tbe  j  ^aav^xv-k/r^w     v������     -mm***     ������UJ. tA^VX      %*AA.\*AA^&m  IMPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA?  CRESTON BRANCH      -      C. W. AX.IiAN, Manager  Branches at Invermere, Cranbrook and Fernie.  Assets of Oyer Ctas fiMbred and Fiftv fESfS-m^  73R      ���������=  consists   in   spending  less  than  .Vyow��������� e&tty. ���������'..���������;..{.';���������.-������������������--.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step, toward contentment*  ,We pay interest on Savings balances and shall welcome your  account. esc  siS**"'  rAMATOAM  "wapkai Paid Up- $20,000,000  Reserve Fusad $2O,O0O^OSK>  Creston. Branch.  R, J. Forbes, Manage?  MEj&T MERCHl^T^  vm^mm^ammmm*^*mm^*^*^*^*mm^m^^mm^^*m*^**^^^**r^m^mmmm*i^mttm*^mmsmmm***mm*mmMm'm*m*mmmm������  i- ������������������~���������T~"���������������������������~ "���������^* :���������  ' {TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  incretisea egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the.beat.  By the Sack. Ton  or Carload  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood Flour  Braitig Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats  Chopped Oats, "Wheat  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  We carry complete stocks.  Jn Flour, Feed, Fuel it will pay to get our  prices before buying elsewhere.  ._.        j^^^^Hfc.    i^^^^^M    i^^,^^^*  kjjW^m   -jjj   v*   Cjji    jg������   Lg "m*    teg  ^^f^-mmm^  mmm^jmrnrnM THE-?mDVTEW,  :CRESTON   13.    fl  'RELIEVED  , -��������� ��������� . QUICKLY  ^KTEKS|TH������ Parely Vegetable PiU  -J0?er Iwlu move *&& bowels  - Ja"8^11 without any pain and  -^iu^������a������ | depressing after effects. Sick Headache, Indigestion,  Biliousness, Bad Complexion quickly vanish. Children and Adults can  easily swallow Dr. Carter's tiny,  gstgar coated pills. They are free  from calomel and poisonous drugs.  All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs.  CARTER'S HMPIE1S  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRFFLY TOLD  Inshsstrial Manitoba  Agriculture    Has    Now    To     Take  Second Place To Manufacturing In Western Province  Agriculture how has to take second place to industrial manufacturing- in Manitoba, according- to figures  of the Industrial Development Board.  An estimate made    by    the    Board  places  tne  output  of  manufactured  goods   in   Manitoba   this   year    at  $159,252,000,    as      compared      with  $132,000,000 during 1927.    The .agricultural wealth    produced    in    192*1  was placed at $147,000,000.  The Kellooro' anti-war treat"17 has  been ratified by the Senate at Washington.  An increase of $25,000,000 in the  fund for prohibition enforcement has  been approved by the XJ. S. appropriations committee.  Captain Hermann Koehl, pilot of  the first westward trans-Atlantic airplane, Bremen, was injured at Arosa,  Switzerland, when he crashed while  ski-ing.  American "Friends of the Prince  of Wales" have come forward with  "Flu" "tin' "flu"  It 1������ "Merywheie *  _ RIP  Cbeefc before it starts.  Ssfe en���������inhale yaoora  Smf.*tmtV*Gm  Osms- 3������ Stsmier. Jar* vieacf Yiagviyr .  TVn^frK s*r\������ Health  temirtl     Tly     The     <*itnn<ll-*in      r*>������������>-ita������  Hygiene    Council    and    PuMI'hctf  Sir   The  t3a������>knt'>>'pwnn  Xteuta*  Bad fey  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JANUARY 27  THE HOiY SPIRIT  WEIGHING OF FOOD  You   have   suffered   the   annoying  experience   of  having   stringyy foods  Golden Text: MFor as many as are  led by the Spirit of God, these are  sons of God."���������Jttomans 8.14.  Lesson: Joel 2.28, 29; Luke 11.9-13;  John 3.5-8; 14.16; 1T.26; 15.26, 27;  16.7-15; -Acts 2.1-21, 32, S3; Romans  8.1-17,26,^7; i Corinthians 12.1-18$  Sphesians 1.13, 14; 3.14.21; 4.1-6, 30.  Devotional Reading: John 14.25-31.  Explanations and Comments  What the Holy Sprit Will Do, John  -m.tj.t-am..���������ucaua iuju X3U������ uiaCcplcS that  it was expedient for them, It was for  their advantage, for their best inter-  i^l^llra������  wedge between your teeth; and you; ests, that he should, leave them.How  I  DANGEROUS PNEUMONIA  MAY FOLLOW UNLESS A  GOOD RECOVERY IS MADE  \  Flu  With so much Grrppe and  about, no one can afford to neglect  even a simple cold. For a real protection against "Flu" many experienced mirses advocate the folio-wing  simple treatment.  Put a saucepan containing one pint  water on the stove; then add one-  half teaspoonful of Oatarrhozone,  and bring to a bo'l. Bend over the  steaming water;  wrap a tow^l over  an  anonymous  gift of  $100,000  forl^r *������������ *>. .������g*^*������ ������"������������ JOg  -. ���������    ..    ������. ^         m    .. .  pan.    Let the steam rise so you can  tlie    relief of    d stress in the    coal   ^^ it  Breathe in the vapor deep-  fields, it was announced in London, \ iv.    The healing fumes of Catarrho-  It is understood the salary of Sir  fone will quickly defect your nose  *,-,������,,���������.* ,       4. -���������-^/*   throat and lungs. Flu   germs are de-  Basil     Blackett,     newly     appointed j gtroyeo!.  chairman of the merger company j y0u can prevent Grippe, Flu and  controlling Imperial wireless and Influenza by using Catarrhozons. It  cable communication will be $-10,000  is healing soothing, safe and efficient.  .step    colds,  wonder what can be done to remedy  it, ��������� '".���������;���������.: "������������������;.-���������  Normally, teeth should be tight together with, rounded contacts aa  when two marbles touch; but through  tooth decay and from  teeth "drift-*  ing" this contact is lost.  The food then "jams" between  *1.c  a year.  To    .step    colds,    sore    throat,     or  Catarrh, nothing is more satisfactory  A fund opened by a Toronto news- than Catarrhozone:    Even to sit in a  naper  for   relief  of  the  unemploved room with Catarrhozone Vapor rising  yT ,-.    ~������.  **_--���������-~  S~n~\.^m. ���������  tM���������i" oP from a pan of boiling wafer is a won-  of Great Britain reached a total of derful  ������rotectioa   t*    chllirea     ^a  523.094.    The    money   was    sent    to over-comes all sorts of winder coughs  swell   the  Lord   Mayor's  fund  being  raised throughout Britain.  and colds. All druggists sell Catarrhozone, 50c. a bottle.  THOUSANDS OF MOTHERS  USE NO OTHER MEDICINE  First American Forest Law  Was Written In Massachusetts Colony On March TwentjvN'Inths  1626  The Pennsylvania   department    o������  forests  and  waters  at Harrisburgh  recently  conducted   an   investigation  revealing   that   the   first    American  forest law was written in tne New  teeth and   is held there until released  ���������with, what results?  Obv'busly, decay ia liable to be incited in this area.  Also this impacted food material  presses upon the soft underlying tissues, until they become ir-riSated an������  inflamed. Thus injured, " they lose  their "tone" and fall an easy prey  to the microorganisms that causea  diseases.  Then follows the destruction of  thi3 wedge shaped tissue between the  teeth; a "pocket" is formed, which,  becoming infected, results in the  progressive destruction of the supporting structures of the teeth,  which are! then lost.  You see then, what grave damage  can result from so simple a cau*~e.  Now. the remedy. It is not the  tooth-pick, which, through its indiscriminate use,, may do further harm.  and which;at best provides but temporary relief.  But, where this "wedging" is first  noticed, the insertion of a filling in  one or both, of the involved teeth to  restore the contact, will clear up the  trouble.  This may even necessitate the removal of a faulty filling already in  place but far better this than to suffer the prolonged discomforts from  "wedging" food, with its train ox  grave consequences, should it go un-  j checked.       *  could it be best for them- to lose the  dpaiy companionship of    their    Lord  and Master? Jesus gives the answer:  * 4For if I go aiot away, itiie Comforter  will not come unto you; but if I go,  1 will send him    unto    ybu."      The  Greek verb from which    the    Greek  noun ParakletiSj Paraclete^ is derived, means to call, to aid;  tne noun;  therefore, stands for one who is called to another's aid, whether to comfort (comforter), to plead his cause  (The Advocate), or to help In some  other way (The Helper*).     The word  Comforter used here for Farakistcs,  means One    who    strengthens,    upholds, rather than One wno consoles.  The Holy Spirit is (1)  the continued life and presence of Christ Himself.   While He was present with, the  disciples in the body, His humanity  obscured in a measure His divinity.  When the Holy Sp"rit took His place  he revealed   Christ   to  them,   made  plain all the spiritual truth of Hts  teachings  (verse    13).    They    knew  Him better after He had left   them.  (2) While Jesus was with them, they  were weak men,    unable    to    stand  alone. After He went away and left  them as witnesses to carry on His  work,    they     became     towers     of j  strength, wonderful leaders of men,  who continued to do all that He began both fo do and to teach. (3) By  leaving a few,    Christ   became   the  Companion of all. Whls Ha was on  Alberta Wool Production  *������*������      Jk   JLWOaU.'Krp   . %*WJfc       4^������W Wf. VIA      mm** **���������        JfcT* "**~"  duces more than one-third of the  wool output of the Dominion, the figures for 1927 being given by the Dominion Wool Growers* Association at  1,492,191 pounds out of a Dominion  total of 3,648,254.  Baby's    Own   Tablets   Are   the  Ideal Remedy For Babies and  Young Children  Canadian mothers are noted for  the care they give their little ones���������  the health of the baby is most jeal- j piym0uth Colony, in Massachusetts,  ouslv guarded and the mother is ai- _. ���������=._,��������� ������..������i" * ���������,���������������.s*,~., #���������,.,������.������. ������������������������  ways In the lookout for a remedy' The original American forest law  which   is  emefent  and at   the   same; read as follows:  time absolutely safe.    Thousands  of       "Orders   agreed   on   several  timeo  mothers have found such a  remedy* fov the general good of the Colony:  in Baby's Own Tablets and many ot       tt% decreed by the Court held  them   use   nothing   else  for   the  ail-\  ...__;_      .    __      .       .. -������������������������  ments of their rttlo ones. Among^ on the 29, of March Anno, 1626,  them is Mrs. Howard Kin<?, of Truro, j That for the prevent'ng of which  N.S.,  who   says:���������"I    can    strongly I inconveniences,   as   does,   and   may  ������������coi\MiwUd   ���������-.. s  t,���������,x   *������.    --   befall the plantation by the want oi  mothers  of    young    children    as    1   ..   .        .. \ **,     .  ���������   .  know of nothing to equal them for. timber, that no man of what conda-  little ones." j tion soever sell    or    transport    anv  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by I manner of works or frames, fm  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 house3 planks, boards, shipping.  cents a box from The D'.\ Wiiliams'    .   ,       ^    * ^     \.  *���������  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. shaloP' boats- canoea or wlmt so CTer  may tende to the destruction of timber aforesaid."  Modern Books Short Lived  The life of modern books is much  too short.   When a good novel comes      Mfflert  Worm Pcwders  not  only  .��������� ,       ..    ,.        a. 4. .       x.      I., - exterminate    intestinal    and    . other  out it has its time of triumph, which worTOSi  but they are a remedv  for  seldom lasts beyond a year.    After many other    ailments    of    children,  that  it  falls  out  of discussion,  ana They strengthen the young stomach  instead    of    regiments    of    readers against billiousness  and  are tonical  ,.      _���������    ���������.  ���������,,     T���������. -���������.��������� ���������rtrt in their effects where the child sut-  thcre are none at all.    Tn July 200.- fers f���������OKJ lo3a of appe������te. Ia fever-  000 pe pie  may be seeking a book js*h conditions they    w 11    be    found  and talk'ng about it, and even read- useful  and they wrll serve to  allay  ing it, and then with tlie "first frost paih and piping    in    the    stomach,  *-' ��������� At^4,*-*m*4*     mwm-mVml A\-m     nhilHVAn     rn/>k    nPf am     ni������������V^%***������  Cutting Corns With Razcr  Leads To Lpck-Ja v  Don't cut corns with an old razor  blade. Infection, followed often by  death may result from paring corns  with an infected razor. Quick, safe  relief comes from using PUTNAM'S  CORN* EXTRACTOR. If afflicted  with corns, callouses or sore foot-  lumps, use "PUTNAM'S"���������it's reliable, and sure to shrivel up the corns  so they drop right off. No pain, nc  soreness, but quick relief from sore  corns comes to all who use PUTNAM'S PAINLESS CORN EXTRACTOR.   ,   25 c.  at all dealers.  Mlnard'rs  Ulniment Co.,  Ltd.,  Yarmouth,  N.S������  Keep   Your Healtlt  TO-NIGHT TRY  iVHnanJ's  Liniment  for that-^cold   and  tired feeling*:.'  Get Well���������Keep Well.  K.LL FLU  -vxi is  Jta.3  waa   wu  J^-SSJ^r-^wt f?w m^ ^.if M usinS &e OLD RELIABLE !  small land;    now   He   is   w-th. -all,     -*.������������������������������������������.���������-���������  everywhere, at all times. He is th#  universal Spiritual Presence.  "He to His own a Comforter shall  send.  The promise cf   the   Father,   who  -    fall sli!    Q.'-gySi'j',  His Spirt within them, and the law  of faith,  Working through, love, upon,    their  ���������-.-��������� hearts shall write  To guide thm in all truth."���������Milton.  "We have no outside, dfstan-t, occasional Saviour, as the disciples liad  long ago; but H^s Spirit, His other  Self, to abide with us, in us. today,  tomorrow, foreVer.'f ��������� Maltbie D.  Babcock.  Expensive Conversation  It costs big money to indulge  in  telephone conversations.    A  .London!  i CCCULHy \mCU\mt^mt        OU        AJUt  business associate and talked 95  minutes. His. bill was close to $1,-  .425.        .'".'..���������.  "Use Mlxiard's Usiment for the Fls.  the matter is dropped entirely.  When a popular euccewa begins to  decline it falls faster than an albatross.  from which children so often suffer,  Will   Burn   Ice  Burning out of ice on the St. Lawrence River will be attempted by Dr.  Howard T. Barnes, of McGill University, with whom the government  has made an agreement from the de  Tine   Friend   Of   All   Sufferers. ���������  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a valuable remedy" to aU thoso who suiter  pain. It holds out hops to eveiy-. partmnt of marine and fisheries, tho  one and realizes it bv stilling suffer- purpose being to free Montreal baring everywhere. It is a liniment . - th , f wlntce eft4.iipr  that has the~>leRPir,g of half a conti-, fr Irom ,ino p"P ol ^.l eaiiior  nent.    It la on sale eve vwhere and  man ws������������l ancl t0 prevent thc flood  Must Kefep Drama Clean  Bransby   Williams,   English - Actor.  Deplores Modern  Tendency  ������*I am ashamed of che way in  which the stage is being run in the  United States, Canada and Great  Britain," Bransby Williams, English  actor, said in addressing the Brockville Rotary club, adding that, for tha  sake of the rising generations, the  stage has got to be kept clean and  the pictures "must be kept cleaner."  In moving-picture theatres, he said,  boys and girls are today reading  titles that are despoiling the English language, and cm the stage itself there appears to be no longei-  room for good, clean, beautiful  plays, while thc bookstores are full  of questionable reading matter.  Customer (doubtfully): 'Ts It a  pedigree dog?"  Dealer: "Pedigree! Why, if this  dog could talk he wouldn't speak to  either of us!"  More than half of the known elements are metals���������about 50 in all.  ������������������BucklcyW  lor Throat Health  A bid nisbt and morning j  soreness and hoarseness, and _  vents more serious developments.  A. bottle of Buckley's���������-40 <  95 cents���������Sa an economical  antee of healthy  throats  whole family.   j^Ieosant io take-  instant in action���������poaitivo in xa-  -  lief. AU dwsgiot* Mil it.  W. K. Buckler, Limited*   829  112 Mutual Sk* Toronto 3  ��������� doses  XTURK  Acta lifts a flaah-m  ������inaU alp proves It  75c and 40e.  P^^^^^^^tmmim  can be found wherever enquired for.  Disgrunllcd Patron (leaving cinema)���������"I've never seen a rottener  plctura!"  Commissionaire���������"Ever 'ad yer  photo took?  fng  of tho country between  it and  Sorel.  Tlio latest wonder of agriculture.  la a cabbage plant which produced  six heads of cabbage ln turn, ono  above the other.  ^hmiisi#i������i i H^&m jfcjj  Always Keep Cuticura  Pi'epai'auoriS Qii Hand  The Soup, becalme of lt������ ubnolute purity  mid craolUc-nt prop������cti<*8. Ia -una-urrMj-saed  far cve-ry-day use. Andlatcd by Cuticura  Ointment: it doeta m-uch to Veep the ������1������ln  and ecalp healthy. Cmicum Blmvlnc Stick  fi������jjtk/-fi snaving ������a������y for lendei-facsd! men.  Cutlcurn-Twlcurn i������ the Ideal mliet fowtler.  *.n>l,\. I*������fc +..+ t������T M������1I.   Arf'tri-M Cnn������.ll������i>  tO������ftol3  "������t<.n>>������m,   ������.m , WottkrtKl."    I'fluv,   Uo.nl>  ZUi.   UlJi.ll-  ji.iir.t '.'"��������� r-'.-.l Bv*. 'Ifii'."-1" tew.  &mr~ CuUcuiriu 3lM������Ini> StldU ZHn.  A pleasant med'c'ne for children  la Mother Grave's Worm Exterminator, and it Is excellent for driving  worms from the system.  Medical men will continue to walk  in. Bermuda. Tho House of Assembly  has refused to malce exceptions to a  low prohibiting ubo of cars on tho  Island.  Con-in cau** much mtflferlnp*, but  Holloway's Corn Remover offers a  speedy, sure, and satisfactory relief.  An editorial typist has lost hor  ���������job- for sending this to a contributor: "The editor regrets that he Is  unable to make u������e of tho enclosed  owing to lack of splce."  jmJI  Saskatchewan mined 470.000 tonb  of coal during 1D28, according to an  announcement received from Ottawa. Thia 8a tho oamo amount an  was produced in 1027.  MluitrdV*. Liniment   for Coughs   and  CoMn.  \H������^a ml TH BTb        jB_jff OlP^ESEy En Hi  WmmA UTastage  if��������� by covering all perishable  goods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will keep  them fresh until you are ready  to use them.  You'll find the Para-Sani sanitary  kni fc-edged carton handy. Or  use "Centre Pull'* Packs in sheet  form for less exacting uses. At  grocers, druggists, stationers.  IlilffJTv"..TTX^-.., ^ .....^^tiwwimii  Wm  fcil-S-i^'jii".::::]  W.   N.    U.    1T09  Wf*ifrin $m+)*m**r\1**w'r't)?*r'  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO^ REGINA, SASK. -f-fOT^C-rr^-^T.     %T%. .-fy  }t>  Wttm  ^-rtfliiJ-r&^j  SPorTrotAies  |  due io Aqsi***  g  . iNDioesxio**     g  What u.uuj people call IndigesUon tasteless alkalL in water will neutral  -very often means excess acid in the  . (stomach. ��������� The stomach nerves have  been over-stimulated, and food sours.  The corrective is an alkali, which neutralizes acids Instantly. And the best  alkali known to medical science is  Phillips'" Milk of Magnesia. It-has remained the standard with physicians  In the 50 years since its invention. -  One    spoonful   of   this   harmless.  ize instantly many times as much  acid, and the.symptoms disappear at  once. YoifwIU never use crude meth-  ods when once you learn the efficiency  of this. Go get a small bottle to try.  Be sure to get the genuine Phillips*  Mills of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. Each bottle "contains full  directions���������any drugstore..  THE CRIMSON  WEST  <4- BY ���������  8?^SJ?B,!,^(Lby 8peci������l Armngwmcnt  V/SUa Thonass AStera, PsablfeSor.  - Toronto^ Otic  CHAPTER XII.���������Continued.  Andy took the wounded bird from  laer hand. " 'Ow did it 'appen, Connie?" he asked tenderly.  Connie was as open and unaffected  as the wild birds of the forest. She  was as capable of hating as she was  ���������ot loving. Her eyes were laughing  ������yes, and the soul that looked out of  them a merry soul, but she had a temper, and under sufficient provocation  lier blue eyes could take on a dangerous glow.  She now turned like an enraged  lioness on the foreigner. "He killed  it *with a stick!" she cried furiously.  *'You brute, you cowardly brute,  ���������;.,-���������'. . ." In her rage her voice be-  ���������came incoherent. With hands clenched and with breath coming in short  gasps, she moved nearer to the object of her hatred. In her hysterical  anger her voice rose almost to a  ���������scream.  /'You cur, if I were a man I'd���������I'd  lick youi*'  The cry came to Donald's ears, and  nc was oft up the trail like a deer.  "Go ahead,  111 follow," responded  Gillis.  J straight at his husky opponent. The  1 g-rin was wiped from the big man's  face by Andy's compact -fist, as It  smacked resonantly on the end of  his thick nose withAa. snap like tliat  of a whip, and with, a skilled force  4.. 4-      tmm,m.mmmm.1mlm      tm\ X ������>*J '  ! Andy's years of training boxers  now stood him in good stead- He  well knew that fa f^aiUyfmaii woiild  stand little chance in long range  fighting, and he kept well inside the  larger man's wild swings. With hia  blond head tacftedyag-alnst?fhls adversary's body, "his fists worked like pistons; he kept sending short jolts to  the body that brought heavy grunts  every time they landed^ '   _,  Connie was delirious with excite-,  ment. '.-,-,.  "Hit him, Andy! Hit "him! Good!  Good!"  And then, she groaned as the big  man's hand found Andy's throat and  flung him to the ground. Little Andy  was up immediately, but stepped into  a swinging fist that caught him over  the eye and sent tiim sprawling. Undaunted; he caine to liis feet, waited  warily for an opening, and again  sprang under the big man's guard.  ripping  cold water of the creek and bathed  his face' with, tender care.  She showed Donald and Gillis the  'nest   with,    the   motherless      birds,  doomed to die a premature death, by  this ac������ of wanton cruelty, and pointed to the tiny bird on the ground,  for whose untimely   end   Andy   haa  taken a well deserved and summary  vengeance.   Connie   choked   as   the.  lovely male bird flew to a stalk of j  goldenrod 'russet  its   dead  mate   and'  sent out its throaty warble.  "Dear, dear, dearie," sang the  goldfinch in a plaintive, questioning  note.  Andy presented a pitiful figure  with ai\ eye closed his li^s swollen,  his face bruised, but the indomitable  spirit of him. shone from his . one  bright orb..  "You darned little buzz-saw I" saio  Gillis tenderly.  Donald slapped his-little friend on  the back, his eyes shining with admiration.  Ir'.  r  ���������&.  ?������:��������� '  A n^v'a     ���������flat-     cttivfr     nr%    *It������     ������������  .**.������*."%������J-/    *_������        ^4%mM*r       fes>������*w        ���������������aw'       ���������.���������        **X*  uppercut that was judged to a  nicety, catching* his opponent on the  point of his cliin with force enough  to send him rocking on his heels, and  before he could recover himself the  same fist, accompanied by its mate,  beat a tattoo on his solar plexus".  In desperation the bewildered man  wound his arms about the little Australian and lifted him high in the air.  Andy looked down on the mother, ^ifee a game bulldog Andy hung on.  goldfinch as it lay in his hand. He  felt the quick .throbbing of its heart  grow fainter and fainter. One wing  -was broken and its white breast was  slaincd with blood. The bird's head  drooped lower, and a film .settled  over its bright eyes. The beautiful  wings stretched rigidly, and it gasped convulsively, sending a tiny stain  of crimson from its mouthy that felt  warm on his palm. .  Andy's face became colourless. His  hand shook violently as he placed the  dead bird tenderly on the ground.  '���������Connie dear," he said, In a voice  that trembled, *T ain't a whole man,  but 'ere's where you see 'arf a man  goin' into battle to give all he's got."  He removed his coat and threw it  from him. Through a rage-mist  Andy saw -the grinning -foreigner  throW up his arms in an absurdly  -unscientific posture of defence. Like  a" mad cat, Andy   launched   himself  Heart Trouble  Hands and Feet  Numb and Cold  Mrs. Wm. Fowler, Auburn, Ont..  writes:���������"Several years ago I was  troubled with my heart and nerves.  ao bad, at times, my hands would  become numb and cold. X took doctor's medlclh-a, for a while, but It did  mo littlo or ho good. X happened to  nee   ,..?'..  advertised and started taking thorn  at once, and continued for some time,  and since then I havo hod no return  of my trouble."  Price 50c. a-box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mil burn Co..  Lta., Toronto, Ont.  Amm*mAmAS*iimA  W.   JSf.    U.    17G&  Though his feet were off the ground.  he clung to the big man's body like  a leech.  Again    the   big    hands    felt   for  A.mmt..tm.       .!.*������������.,__ Jk ^.,.,31       *m*m       mmrm^m m.       ^1....^.        (-.3^.  .txixxXy 3   viuisa.1,   -aojLi*   u������s    vvcxo   Iluug   S.-o  feet to strike:with a thump that  shook every bone in his body. Connie  cried out in fearf as he narrowly  avoided a brutal blow aimed at his  head; '������������������'���������  Andy's sense of British fair play  had received a rude shock. "As>Me-  thusalem said," he panted, as he  Cfime to his feet, "when in Bohunkia  do as the Bohunks do." f  "Take that, Spaghetti!" he shouted, as he kicked tho foreigner viciously on the shin. While the latter leaned over in pain, Andy shot a  well-directed uppercut to his face.  The big man sat down, a dazed look  iri his eyes.  , Breathless, Donald'arrived on the  scene, witii Gillis puffing In the rear.  Breathing heavily, Andy's : adversary came to his feet, picked up his  hat, and with arms wotmd about hi?  head beat a hasty retreat. Andy was  after him like a hornet, - sending  stinging blows through his vulnerable*  guard. Donald and Gills stood with  mouths agape to see Andy administering a sound thi-Ashlng to a man  twice his size, Right to the edge of  tho woods he relentlessly pursued  his fleeing enemy.    ,  Andy's head was hold at its usual  cocky anp-lc, and ho assumed a swnj*-  gbr" as ho retraced his steps, but his  nhort logs wobbled and he sank dizzily to a stump.  "I brought^ 'Is blinkin' meat-'ouso  down, Connio," ho gasped.  "Oh, Andy, you're a darllngl" sho  cried, throwing her arms Impulsively  around'thci Mttta man's neck, nnd  touching her lips to his cheek.  Andy's florid face took on a deeper magenta, and he blinked hard to  hide cortain signs of emotion. He  afterwards admitted to Donald that  he was no "tweet sixteen," and that  it waa tho first time that he had cvci  been ktsHfld in his "bloomln'" life.  Connie wot h'T nniuiiicimnivt in tim  Renwipk announced that Robert  Rennie's daughter and a party of girl  friends were to visit Summit L<ake  ihe following "week, and carpenters  were set to work erecting cottages  for their accommodation."  A few days before her arrival Donald was both surprised and pleased  to receive a cordial letter from lier  in which she said that she was looking forward with pleasure to the  coming holiday, and that she would  deeply appreciate anything he might  do for the entertainment of her  friends.  As always, her father spared no  expense in providing for the comfort  and pleasure of his daughter. That  week a car containing a motorboat,  canoes and six saddle-horses was run  in on a side-track at the mill.  Connie learned of the coming event  through Donald as she was watching with keen interest the unloading  of the spirited animals.  ''You will enjoy yourself next  week. Connie," he said gaily. "Miss  Rennie is coming with friends. We'll  have rides, picnics and dancing.  A few minutes later Connie joined  Andy, who sat on the steps of the  kitchen door enjoying a breath of  fresh air.  "Is Miss Rennie rich, Andy?"  "An 'oie barrel o' dough." ^  "Is���������is she  beautiful?" :  "I've 'eard so, Connie."  A short pause ensued while she  searched the pockets of her overalls  and produced several neatly folded  papers. She extracted one, -pressed it  smooth, then passed it to Andy.  "Does Miss Rennie dress like  that?"  fl  a  if our hest rnoi/&^  mm  SAVE THE VALUABLE  "POKER HANDS"  It was a photograph of an actress! pointed with, a slender brown finger  dressed" for  the   street,  taken  from I to one of the engravings.  one of   the   magazines   that' Donald  had given her.  "I think so, Connie."  "Oh" She must be wonderful,  then!" said Connie earnestly.  She moved closer to" Andy, unfold-  ed\another page, and spread it on  her knee. *>.  Andy bent his blond head close to  the one of gold." A - startled look  crossed, his features and his brows  bobbed up and down. It was a full-  page advertisement of ladies lingerie.  The highly coloured illustration of a  lady, partially dressed, achieved its  object of arresting the eye, while the  remainder of th.e space was occupied  by articles of apparel similar to those  adorning the lady's graceful form.  Andy coughed.   "Er���������yes, Connie."  Connie raised her eyebrows Increu-  uously.  "All at one time?"  "Sure���������sure," mumbled Andy.  Connie stared. "Why, thece must  be nearly a dozen pieces. How is this  fastened?" she    questioned    as    she  Andy took a quick glance. "Buttons."  "And this?"  "Buttons," replied Andy, gripping  the bowl of his pipe and sending out  clouds of smoke.  "And this?"  "Strike me blind, what a 'ell of aa  'ole." thought Andy.  "Buttons," he    responded    desper-  (To Be Continued.)  COUGHS  are Naturtffc signals warning  tliat resistance is broken aad  the body undernourished.  !  Scott's Emulsion  is - a blessing to all who need  strength. It helps keep the  body vigorous and beafthfuL  Try it!  Scott & Bovrae, Toronto. 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It la now being successfully used for eunrooma,  verandahs j schools, factories, hospitals, sanitariums, hot  beds, plant coverings and greenhouses. It keeps out cold  ���������will not craclt or chip,���������cuts with an ordinary pair of  ticlt-sora iuid la emy Lo> ill. W&NDOUTJC !a supplied in  rolls any length but tn one width of S6 Inches only. A  square yard of WINDOLITE weighs about X*i om, while  a aquare yard of glass of ordinary thickness, weighs  about 135 to I'M oass. The Improved VVINDOHIE r-oa.uirca  no varnlah.. WINDOLITE Is mado in England.  Price 91.50 Per Squaro Yard, f.o.b., Toronto.       ^  Us* WINDOLITE nnd let  VOIJf? PLANTS  YOUR OHICKENS  YOUR CATTLE  Bask In 100 *fa Sunlight  Send for booklet "WINDOLITE'���������  The Improved  Glass Substitute  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH  THE sun Is the all-powerful life producer,-  Nature's universal disinfectant and  germ destroyer, as well as stimulant  and tonic. WINDOLITE ia the sun's most  Important ally.  Medtcal research has definitely proved  that from the point of view of Keoith and  Hygiene, tke most effective among the sun's  rayb ore the Ultra-Violet rays, which possess  the greatest power for the prevention and  cure of disease and debility.  Science has further established that ordinary window glass does not allow the passage of Ultra-Violet rays, bo that by using  R.0J.U we .ore artificially excluding these vital  health-giving rays. Therefore, the invention  of WUSTDOLITB has completely satisfied the  long-felt want. Exhaustive experiments  have caaisluslvely proved that !t Is r most  effective substitute for tfloas, that it freely  admits the Ultra-Violet rays, and that Its use  lias n moot beneficial effect on tho growth  and development of plants and chickens and  on tho well-being of cattle, enabled for tlie  first time to have healthy light instead ot  darkness In. their sheds.  Indeed, the discovery of WINDOUT3D has  daring the last six years completely revolutionized gardening, given a new stimulus to  poultry breeding. Increasing tho egg-laving  capacity and fertility of chickens, has greatly  Improved tho health of cattle and is now be-  ta& used In domestic und household require-  xuauta.  Distributors: JOHN  51 Wellington St. W.  . - * -       TORONTO, ONT*  a ^m*������*mvmS"mm***w,***'*'"**'**������>"'*"*������**|'m'* C84*&B,!������SS������S<-������3  ��������� HaMMflfctlM  tSiUeBSBBUBSSEIiiBBimieilEIIIIIIBItlllllltllllHIlUltfclltlgllliilllilllltlillMiltUil Bfc*fl-if*������*a&  fiifcrtwaiSwirtWe^*,,  ���������"^���������awfrtf***^^  2H&  CBESTOH  BEVIBW  ��������� IRiiiRB     ftftlSTDfl!      MEDIO'*"'*"������     RAT  UyUUK    UUWIKUL  TLCDIdbl I CO   HU  R00LAM4TJ0N OF RETURNING OFFICER  PROVINCE ������F BRITISH COLUMBIA  IN THE  URESTON    ELECTORAL  to wit:  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Riven to the Electors of Erickson Polling  Division of the Electoral District aforesaid that I h>*ve received His Majesty's  Writ t-o me directed and bearing drite the Oth day of January, 1929, com man d-  iU[f5 ixic tO Ca'uw the   foil���������  ' ������������������������������������������ **���������������������������"������������������- ������������������ * :  Do you approve of the sale of beer hy the glass  in licensed premises without a bar under Govern"  ment control and regulation?  'mr  to be submitted according bo the "laquor-Contrml Plebiscites Act." to the -������aid  Electors of the Electoral District aforesaid; and further, that in obedience to  the said Writ a poll shsll be opened at Eight o'clock (Pacific Standard time)  in the forenoon and shall be closed at Seven o'clock (Pacific Standard tiuif") in  the afternoon on the 26th day or January, i9a������, for fcakin-B ������������������ "e-^c-eSving the  votes of the electors of Erickson Polling Division aforesaid at the respective  places-, following:  POLLING DIVISIONS.  Ericl'son "Hotel, Erickson, B.O.  Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to govern  themselves accordingly.  Given under my hand at Erickson, B.C., this 15th day of January, 1929.  JOHN HALL. Returning Officer.  r  $1.00 to Join.  10c to Change Books  3  L  1  im i  These are the days that a good book arid a  fireplace are comfortable companions.  JOIN OUR LENDING LIBRARY  and stay home tonight.  RESIGN DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  Mrs. R. M. Reid of Macleod,Alberta,  is calling on Creston friends this week  rind is .a guest of JJ4rs. Bundy at Erickson.  Found���������Logging tongs. Owner can  nave same nn proving property an������  paying exne-nses. Enquire Itevlew  Office. "  Charlie Moore, jr., who has been  working in Spokwuw tin- past csuplc k������  months, returned home the latter part  of the week.  . 5T. H. Jackson" left on Monday for  Nelson where he attended a meeting  of the Kootenay Conservative Association executive.  A. Lythgoo of Kimberley is in  charge of the Kootenay Garage while  Manager Morrison is on a business  trip to Reginn, Sask.  Fob. S.AX.B-��������� Five tons second cut No.  1 alfalfa, baled, will consider paifc  trade for calves or young stock. W���������-  K. Beard, Camp Lister.  Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Staples of Ke*  low oh aje renewing Oreston acquittances this week, and are guests of  Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Pwlmer.  Apples Post SAidB���������Mc-Intos-h, Deli  cious, Jonathan and Wagener applet,  65 cents a box.      If  box  returned 60  cents,    R. Stewart, On stun.  I. Murton, who has been a visitor  with his uncle, K. N. Couling for the  past, few weeks, has ie turned to his  home at Milk River, Alberta.  Miss Vera Willoughby, who has  been visiting relatives here for the  past few weeks, has left for Gleichen.  Albertn, where she has procured a  position.  32 miner's licenses were issued by  H. W. McLaren, deputy mining recorder in 1928. 28 certificates of work  were granted and nine new locations  recorded.  Mr. and Mrs. Crayford who have  been occupying the EL->totie (Gibbs)  place for the past three months, have  returned to their home in Blah-more,  Alberta,  ��������� Mrs. E. O. Merritt, who has been the  guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs;  Haptonstall- for the past few months,  has gone to Nelson where he will reside in future.  Creston appears to have had' its  share of amusement' lust year, when  $398 of amusement tax was collected.  $863 was paid for hunting and trapping licenses.  V. Paulson of the Kootenay garage,  Cranbrook, was a business visitor at  tbe Creston branch this week, and attended the Board of Trade banquet on  Tuesday evening.  Total collections at the Creston  office of the Provincial police for 1028  were well over S7SU0, and of thin  amount $4859.00 was paid for auto und  auto drivers' licenses.  54 x 27 inches  l  CMfc IP* jf% ������������������*  CM MT  Jaj-mB I  BVtm XS   ES  * COMPANY,   LTD.  61 eases were tried by Magistrate  Mallandaine iki Oreston police court  during 1028, and fines totalling $502  were levied. No serious crime, however, was encountered.  For last year $225 of poll tax waB  collected for the districts outside  Creston village, as well as $13$ of dog  licenses in the same territory, and  $205 of trade licenses.  Rey. W. A. Greer was at Kimberley  for Sunday where he exchanged  pulpits with Rev. E. A. Wright who  took the morning and evening .services  at Creston Presbyterian Church.  For 1928 the Valley had a net gain  of 27 in population. There, were 43  births, and 16 deaths. Boys were  much more in evidence last year than  girls there being but 17stenographers  amongst the newcomers.  In last week's report of the annnul  meeting of Creaton ar.d District  Women's Institute an error was made  in atating the officers. Mrs. .*. E.  I-Iayden is the 1020 vicc-pret idunt; not  Mrs. Jas. Cook us repotted.  Every property owner in tbo Valley  got at least ono letter on Thursday  last, when the provincial tax notiuet)  were received. In Creston village  whero tho school tux is paid (0 Nelnon  the school rate is just over 12 uiilta for  1020.  According It official figures only ten  niarriiigo licenses were issued at Creston during 1028. This is about tho  poorest Hho wing Cupid lmn had for  some years puat. The United Church  piiHtor tied the nuptial knot for half of  tllCDC.  Tho prolonged mild spell the Vulloy  lint* enjoyed thin winter wua broken  hiulrieuly with a Mi'/zatd out of tho  north on Friday morning, and a touch  of nix below -zero Jtfatnrctay tt.ut, !*���������  wiin IB helnw on Weilui'Mlny, and 10  below ou Thurwday,  WE ARE NOW HANDLING  " B rmm  nuyo&n-ui-u  We wish to announce that we  have now in stock the well-  known Ogilvie Boyal Household Flour and will be pleased  to supply those who> are using  this  favorably known   brand.  fail line of the best POULTtRY  and DAIRY FEEDS  reston Valley  ORESTON  Two Stores  ERIGKSOR  :a!������fflt������fito -_55?mw������a;- iSj^w^yaaateiS  vnoiayii  Latest Styles and Shades.  Men who prefer the best  quality Hat can have their  choice frosn our stock-  Also other lines of Hats  from  $4.75  up.  ��������� -0  #' A   ' Jk. # 4fc?'  JL S���������4    ft mrtf    .B?^*-^  4fes=****\  .Dry Goods.       Groceries.      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