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 '���������M^tW&������WWSrWA  i#?S.?.&^is%-p^?^^^  I M.r*&������M^  S-::l ���������  yPPP  i*r  ^���������*j ���������  /  ^-���������j4Vn  ifrnfFiiM-  m*^S*mm\^s*mm        .      ^**-%im***^ m\mmma^^f ^  Vol  XX.  'mS  CRESTOH, B. a; 'tfKEbAY*. FEBRUABY 1/1929  No. 48  St. Stephen's Has  Tbe annual meeting; of St. Stephea'e  Presbyterian Ohurch was held on  Tuesday evening. 8. A* Speers occupied ihe chair. A good representative  attendance of the Congregation vssb  present. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed when glowing . reports were  presented by the respective organizations,  The financial statement showed the  total income for 1928 the highest in  the history of the church, setting ������  new record for iiberaiity on tne part  of the congregation. On behalf of the  board of managers, W. 8, McAlpine  reported tbat all the obligations bad  been honorably dischargrd and tJSat a  handsome balance was on hand to be  carried forward.  M. J. Boyd gave, the session report  showing that 17 new members had  been added to the roil during the year  and much valuable work done. Rev.  W. A. Greer reported that three,  marriages had been solemnized, 8  children baptized and three funeral**  conducted.  The Ladies' Aid report submitted by  Mrs. (Dr.) Henderson revealed a year  of unparalled activity. Many meet  ings were held and much sympathetic  attention given to improvements to  the church. Electric light has been  installed and the roof shingled. The  -strangers and the sick were visited  and many community services render-  . ed. The Aid's financial report given  by Mra. - Bare showed that marked  success had attended al: the essorts of  the year, when approximately $850  was received, being an advance over  previous' recoi*ds.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd, on behalf of the  Women's. Missionary -Society stated  - th*t"*Mm*C 8. A^SpeereTiad been made  a life member, and that the invitation  extended the'Presbvterial -to meet, in  Oreston had been accepted. Mention  was also made of the delegation sent  to council meetings at Vancouver and  a donation sent to the hospital at Veg-  teville. Alberta.*-- $100 had been sent  to the treasurer.  -"> The interesting Sabbath School report presented by Jessie Learmonth  showed 1828 as the banner year taken  financially and numerically. The enrollment is 105 scholars and 11 officers.  Allan Speers reported a very successful year for the Standfast Club.  Regular monthly meetings have been  held and ttinny outings enjoyed. Toys  and books were sent to the Chinese.  Over $60 was raised by the club.  For: the Maple Leaf Mission Band,  Dorothea McDonald rep ir ted that a  spirit of deep interest had been mani  test and much good accomplished  during the year in.a great variety of  ways, with an income of $50.  The Ellen Dow Mission Band, report  submitted by Betty Speers referred to  the joyful vacation at Kuh lea nook and  other meetings. Much practical work  had been done, and close to $100 put  in the exchequer. \  A very hearty vote of thanks wits  extended to all the helpers, and after  the tranauttion of business a aompLu  ons supper was served. ���������Contributed.  slelghloads set out on Saturday evening for a surprise party on Mr. and  Mrs. pederson. Games and < dancing  were the order of the evening, and a  splendid evening, was spent- by alio  Misses Swing and Randall were  hostesses at a very enjoyable evening  given at. their home laBfc week. The  guests we-v-e Misses D. Butterfield, F.  Weed, O. Siageu, 33. Towson, S. L.  and A. Benedetti, E. Hagen9|B. Davis  and B. Hulme.  flsturdH*", February Ssda has been  booked by the K.K. Kiub for a hard  times dance in old school house.  Good ptize^s, for "best" dresses. 60  cents fine, on those not in regulation'  dress, -Admission fiO cents. Ladie-a  bring refreshments. Ladies without  lunch SO cents. Orchestra music.  .Come and enjoy yourself.  At a general meeting of .Wynndel  Women's Institute held on January  17th, various committees were formed.  Mrs, Matt. Hagen was elected bead of  the ways and means committee.  Misses Olga Hagen and A. Benedetti  were named auditors. Mrs. Geo:  Huscroft is publicity, convener. The  "purchasing of chairs for the hall at  Wynndel has been under consideration for some time and with a donation of $20 from the K.K. Klub the  Institute has been able to order 100  chairs, which it is hoped wilt be here  before the middle of Eebroary. A  court whist drive and dance is planned"  for St. Valentine's night. The collection for the Otha Scott endowment  fund was $1.85.  - Bibth���������To Mr. ftnd Mrs. Bert Boffey; on January 2g|jd^ a son.  Frank- Celli got back on Sunday  from, a business" visit to Calgary.  Alberta. ^*  Mr. Webster. Swift & Co. representative,. Cr&nbropfe, was a business  visitor the latter part of the week.  Mrsi T.,W. Bundy  was  a  diidge  It**mr*+���������**.,*���������**     ******    rf*%ma%m������xm-iXtJ*m*    ��������� ���������*e*4-    ���������������+-    ������w*1* ��������� aV-������   # Ivm  \J     *  high score honors went to Mr*. Mallandaine, and tbe; consolation honors  to Mrs, McKelveyf.  Mrs.- Frank Staples and daughter,  Hgien, were visitibg- with Cranbrook  friends a few days-last week.  By a vote of ,4p to 18 Erickson on  Saturday decided] against the establishment of a heer^parlor. The referendum was takeniinder the pre visions  of the Liquor Control Plebiscites Act,  voters going to the polls in sub zero  weather acconjpabted ty a gale out of  the north. Those-oppo&ing beer were  the more aggressive and in spite of  the severe -weather got out most of  their available vote. John Hull was  in charge of the voting.  %^0m\mmmj^tmma   ������*������#������,  This week the club meets at the Carr  home.  The free rural mail delivery is due  to commence today and wi!l come  every Tuesday and Friday, leaving  Creston at 4 o'clock. H. S. McCreath  is putting on a motor truck and wi'l  give a parcel delivery service up .to  500 pounds we������ght=  Weather history has certainly been  made in tbe Valley thi������ winter. W.  A. Pease is authority for "the statement that "be has seen thousands and  thousands of Januarys, but the 1029  January is the first one to go without  a thaw.  <��������� The surprise party crowd were on  tbe rounds on Friday night when they  invaded the home of Mrs. Marshall  fully equipped to stage a most enjoyable dance and bringing with them an  equally enjoyable lunnh, which was  served about midnight. The music  Was by Ron. Smith, violin* Misses  Athena Schade and Eileen Hendy,  piano; and Gerald Craigie and Bob  Marshall, drums.  $333,000 Value  1928 Production  Notwithstanding; the December.  1924, blizzard, which took a heavy  fc&Il  of A,r-.������r������l*-n   tpaaa      finnnaa     ������n..mV.*v>i*'  ted in the carefully prepared statement  of. President Mallandaine at  Oreston   Brard   of   Trade   annual  ������������S%3tfi5������!������������     13S1  Wynndlol  M(bb Mario Hook of Spokane was a  visitor with her grandparcnta, Mr.  and Mrs, J. J. Grady, last week,  Mrs. Harry Benney of Creaton was  a viuitor with her sister, Mrs. Geo,  HuBcmft, lust week.  Quito a large number of Wynndol  iten were In the crowd at the dance in  the hall ut Sirdar on Monday evening.  At a meeting of tho K.K. Klub last  week   It   wao   decided   meetings   In  future would he twit-*.- txumlWj.  Thc old Hchonlhouse ia undergoing  spring cleaning and will bo in nice  repair when the community chaira  arrived  Mm Towson woa hoateaa nt a whiat  party in her homo last -week. Tho  high scores wero made by Mrs. Uucld  fco Mrs, 16. DalboiVi, and P. Cookie.  Despite  the  very  cold   wind   three  Misa Blodwin Rogers, neice of Da*&  Rogers, who has been visiting with'  him for the past four months, left list  'points before" returning'to*her home'  in California-;  Miss Nissie McRobb has taken - a  position in Nelson. She will take-  further stndy in business college, and'*  wdl be away for some time.  Everyone is glad to hear of the good'  recovery of Mrs. Halstead from a  month's illness with pneumonia. Miss-  Freda "Lewis, of Creston and her  daughter, Arlene Halstead, were her  nurses.  Three sons of Mrs. Halstead from  Winnipeg, Man., have come to visit  their mother in her severe illness, and  will remain for another week. A son-  in-law  of Mrs. Halstead  is also here.  Mrs. John Johnson was taken to  Cranbrook ri. few days ago, and operated upon her arrival at 10 p.m. It  was a case of appendicitis. Mr. Johnson, accompanied her, but her recovery is sit satisfactory that he was able  to return on Saturday.  Miss Mabel Abbott has returned to  hr-r home, here for a time, and has  given up her position in Nelson.  Nelson has found occupation also  for Misses Knthleen and Ruth Clayton. They both like their situations  and progress well.  Mrs. Jessie Strong was a visitor  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Hickey recently, and haa returned to  setumie her position (u Nelson.  The annual meeting of Canyon Hi.II  Association will be held at the hall on  Saturday, February 2nd, at 8 p.m.  prompt- All members are requested  to attend.  A. Wealing was laid up for a few  days with Influenza but it, again back  on the Job at. the Rodgers mill at  Creston. ,  lhe annual meeting of Canyon Mla-  sion Band waa held in the church on  Friday last. Ofllcors for the ensuing  year are: Agnes Johnson, president;  I3c������fii!e Hurl. iTlci������-p,s-Ci"Jd^nti Holly  Bond, secretary j Clara Nygaard, treasurer* Mrs. Bond was again chosen  louder.  There wae a very enjoyable social  held at the Community Hall on Saturday under the direction of tho Farm  ere' Institute, The attendance was  not very lar(r<e ow'.,*.* to ,,U** r-n,h\ dip  in tho weather, but all had a good  Lime with cards, games, etc., followed  by Hiippcr.anrt dunning until midnight.  We are glad tu hear that Miss Lucy  Pascuzzo is progressing favorably.  Mrs. Heap returned on S-tturday  from a two weeks', vacation with her  sister, Mrs. Whiteside^ at Crowsnest.  Sirdar' "encountered its - coldest  weather of fceveral winters on Monday  morning .when ,-lX, went down tb nine.  helo*"9 and rensassed around tins* s^ro  mark all of the dti"y,  Mrs. ^Sfvannel^f^VA^^.aKep arrlveS  filftliftra "witli"  her daughter, Mrs.iR. Blenmenftuer.  Sam Lombardo was united in tnarri  .age  in Michel on Saturday last.    The  bride was Miss Caruso,.    Quite a number   of   residents   of Sirdar went to  .Michel on Thursday last to  witness  the ceremony,  including Tony Lorn  bardo, F. Lombardo,   Kathleen  Lorn  bardo,. Mrs..  Par en to "and   daughter,  Mary;   Misses   Rosie,   Annie  and  D.  Pascuzzo.    They all returned on Sim  day with the bride's parents, brother  and sister, and the happy couple gave  a dance in Sirdar Community. Hall on  Monday night, which .was well attend '  ed  by friends of the bridegroom, es  'peciully   those   from   Wynndel,  from  which  point   there   were   some   fifty  guests.  Local and Personal  Ted Bush is leaving this -week for  Kimberley where he is booked to box  sis -rounds on Monday with Mar do  Morrison.  Miss F. Stark, who has been here  for about three months visit with her  father, Robert Stark, is leaving this  week on her return to Italy,  Fo3Ew 8.&X.B���������Five tons second cut No*  1 alfalfa, baled, will consider pait  ts-adi? fas- CEi'Ves or young sicc;R. W.  K. Beard, Camp Lister.  ^ Fob Sajevb���������Small Jonathan apples  ih -iirKt class condition. 05 cents per  box delivered any where in town.  Leave orders afc my shop.   V. Mawson.  --^LTpjrtfttb^^  plates  had  been Issued at Creston for  over 100 autos.    This   is   just   about  double the number sold in   January  1S2S.  jkt eye., j       _i **  t"S     ^j&UU,     Sus>v������     i)QSl>  AMo& SIMitff  -Mrs. .Iaa. Compton left on Sunday  for Nelson, on a visit with her daughter. Miss Ivan, who has been on the  sick list.  Miss Helen Moore, who has been a  visitor since Christmas with her  parentH, Mr. and Mrs. George Moore,  has returned to Cranbrook.  The whist club had its meeting lust  week on Friday night at the home of  Mm. Martin when the prizes were  won by Mrs. Pease and .Victor Carr:  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, Fob.  Leads all other Racing  Dramas  Ken Maynard  in  King Ken in a Western racing story that haa ten titnea  the thrills and spills of any  racetrack picture you have  ever woeti; mm a love afcory  as beautiful and thrilling m  a western sunset.  . Members of Oreston Valley Post  Canadian Legion are reminded that  the February meeting will be held at  the club on Tuesday night next, February 5th,  Free rural mail in the Alice Siding  section commences 4 p.m. today, with  H. S. McCreath in charge.' The service will be on Tuesdays and Fridays,  leaving at 4 p.m.  Axjb"Aub*a. Fob Saws���������Second cutting, $20 a ton at Chas. O. Rodgers'  office. Of delivered in 2 ton lots in  Creston, or no further haul. No. 1  alfalfa.    Chas. O. Rodgers, Creston.  About Ave dozens of spoons were  turned in by friends of Christ Church  Ladies* Guile!at the teaspoon shower  given in the Parish Halt on Tuesday  afternoon of last week. Teft wa������  served. ' '  Mrs. Benson, who has been visiting  her daughter, Mrs. S. Gaskill, bus returned to her home at Kimberley.  Mr. Gaskill is in charge of construction of the new W. M. Archibald  residence.  The local telephone business passes  Into the control of the new owners,  Kootenay Power & Development Company, Limited, this morning, but for  the present there will.be no change in  operating staff or hours.  The cold weather kept down, the  attendance ab the L.O.B.A..bridge in  the lodge room on Thursday afternoon  last. There wore four tables of player's and the prize oenroa were made by  Mrs. Franflen and Mrs. A. L. Painter,  In add (Lion to leading the Barred  Rock class at the Grand Forks egg  laying contest, W. S. Mc Alpine's  birda were only nine eggs short of  leading the whole of the 60 penB in  egg production ut the end of last  wep-k.  Thc final game in the series for the  cup presented by President W. Fraser  was played nt the curling rink on  Thursday night, The winner was tho  Bundy rink who ucurod three on the  twelfth end to beat tho Craig quart  etto 11 to 12,  ASthxmgSi elcctrEcSly Is. ir; sacrc %ci.  oral  use  and   gasoline  tamps are in  more, general one,  there la no  (allIns  off  En  tho  demand for coal oil.    For  since 1914 the Valley's production  of fruit and vegetables has inoreas  ed 600 per cent, in value. Ten  years ago the gross value of thee������*  crops was set down at $57,000.  For 1928 the president figures th*������  crop was worth at least $333,000.  While figures that far back wero  not presented covering forest pro  duotion. the gain of the past yeai-  over  1927   is quite  striking.    For  1927 the outgo of railway ties was  shown at 85,000, while for 1928  the tie shipments totalled 106,000.  Shipments of lumber in 1927 werv  shown Sat  3,340,000  feet while in  1928 shipments totalled 3,600,000  f eb. The lumbering payroll a  year ago was $130,000 and it had  grown to $160,000 in 1928.  According to President Mallao  dame's figures the Valley imported  last year some 50 carloads' of hay  and five carloads of oats. . 22 car  loads of oil and gas wero .received  at- Creston,   along  with 9" cars of  *1 i n|j.L       s% ������ >l *%.   rf^sv  Bi.c������., v i^c.o Oi Couix6iii> una. ������nt cars  of coal.  ,  A.. Ih fffuit j*Bd Lvegetables the outgo  firas; about 1^60,000 boxes of apples,  -4089 ^obies pears, ,5209 orates of  plums and prunes, 2500 orates of  raspberries, and 37,327 orates of  strawberries, besides about 50 tons  that went for jam.' 5016 orates of  cucumbers were skipped and 10,741  crates of ripe tomatoes.  Board of trade officers for 1929  are: President* Major MaHandains;  ^ice-president, C. W. Allan; aepre  tary-treasurer, R. J. Forbes; auditor. Dr. Henderson j executive, C  F. Hayes, Geo. Johnson, O. O.  Rodgers. S A. Speers, H. 8. Mc*  Creath.  1028 the local branch of the Imperial  Oil Company had sales averaging  about 8000 gallons a month.  For   Sjftx-ei ��������� \ ictor    Orthophonic  Ehonograph and 40 records. .   futu A.  i. Palmer, Creaton.  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  are to bo .hostesses at a masquerade  ball in the Parish Hall nest Friday  night, February 8th. Prizes for the  best ladies and gentlemen's fancy and  comic costumes, which nro to be  homemade. The admission la 75 cents*  and music by Mrs. Lister's orchestra*  The.outstanding Chevrolet ie here*  See it at the demonstration at the  Grand Theatre Tuesday night, when a  special representative of the firm will  be here aud display the new machine  in moving pictured and slides, to be  followed by a dance in the Grand  Theatre ballroom to which all are  Invited.  The first of tho 1020 meries of bridge  drives under the uuapices of Christ  Church committee. waa held in tho  Parish liall on Friday night, at whiab  the prtue scoreu were made by Mias  Stark and Mr. Oakley. Second prizes  went to Mrs. Gariick and W. Kemp,  Due to the severe weather the turnout  was lighter than usual. .  The severest weather uhice the bliss-  Kurd In December, 1024, was encountered at the weekend, A 40 mile gale  blew out of the north all day Saturc  day night, Sunday and moat of  Monday night. 11 below ssero waa  recorded Monday morning and the  1.4,4.^,44 y htii'w'-Mi' iH������i������ *mh**yti iiWiu buion*'  Boro all day. It wae ������ bi'low Tuesday  morninpf. Wfldnenrtay was IB below11  and 5 below on Thuruday. attain  THE   REVIEW,   CRESTON.   B.   G.  iTOJ-ORiP  Experimental Farm System  rn  Check before it starts*  Rub on���������inhale vapors  <������Js.Tsrfii  iVmtSllon Sma^mlchrmmfiW  Cigarette Papers  y,o*i8*!  Lar&c Double Book  !20 Leaves  Finest You Con Buy * ^m&sr     "���������"ngB*  AVOIP IMiTATiOrea   y        ^m^ J$  atehtF^  A XJst OI "Wanted Inventions" ������������������ Pus  Information   Sent   Free   On   Request.  Tk_ OAueav r������������.     Den*.    2?3na>ix.,������T.  live rumnUirit   v������li.       *e?     OTTAWA   Ont.  Canada Has Largest System Of Its  Kind In The World  Tiie Canadian Governments! Es-  perimentai Farm system now embraces 27 farms, seven sub-stations,  one horse-breeding* station, one fox  ranch, 10 plant pathological laboratories and 201 illustration stations  at different points in the nine provinces of the Dominion. The system  is the largest of its kind in the  world.  UNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  V   MUIOXX mJ^imtt. Mm W  THE HOLY SCSUPXUIHGS  Golden .Text: IGpen thou mine eyes,  that I may behold wondrous tbings  out of thy law.^   Psalm 119.18.    *���������  Lesson: Deteronomy 6,4.9; Joshua 1.8, 9; 2 Kings 22.8-20; Neh&mian  8.1-8; Psalm 1&.7-14; Luke 24.25-32;  Acts 17.10-12; 2 Timothy 3.14-17.  Devotional Reading-: Faalm 119.  105-112."  Royal Bank Annual Meeting  The sixtieth,   annual   meeting   of > which they can. sell us.    From this  shareholders of The Royal Bank of [ viewpoint It    might   _be considered  Canada  marteed  the  close    of ; the I *c������?^?i?^J?^^* *S������?^!~  inost:successful,year in the history  "*** ***&*&* -o -u������c������ve* nss^ vO in  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOiB  CHILDHOOD AILMENTS  ^Explanations and Comments  Can be Quickly Banished With  Baby's Own Tablets.  The ailments of childhood are many  but nine-tenths of them are due- to]  one cause and one cause only���������a disordered condition of the stomach &nd  bowels. To quickly banish any of the  minor ailments of <��������� babyhood and  childhood the bowels must be made  | to work regular    and    the stomach  The Value of The Scriptures, Psalm  19.7-11���������The law of Jehovah, the  testimony of Jehovah, the precepts  of Jehovah, the commandments ��������� of  Jehovah   the ordinances of JehovahI Tn^Tc^sTot C^adi^TaieTtTthat  all of these expressions are terms  ^arUot during    the    skrne    period  of the hank. The report submitted  showed that both the assets and the  profits of the banlc constituted a record for -Canadian banking:.  v Dealing with the question of trade  relationship between Canada and  the United States, Sir Herbert Holt;  the President, said:  "No country imports more goods  from" a single market than Canada  imports from that eousti-y. Tiae  value of these imports during tbe  twelve months ending September 30,  1928, aggregated 790 million dollars,  a total more than 300 million dollar?  The Turkish assembly ratified the  pact for renunciation of war and the  government instructed its ambassador at Washington to sign the pact.  The Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadmaa,  pastor of Central Congregational  church, Brooklyn, says he has been  invited to deliver the sermon at thc  opening of the League of Nations  conference at Geneva on Aug. 25.  Premier Stanley Baldwin announced in tlie House of Commons  examination will be held into the 60-  year-old project for a tunnel under  that a comprehensive non-party re-  the English Channel.  Several persons were lolled aud a  thousand buildings destroyed  in  the j  populous Greek district of Tavala in \  Constantinople    by    a    terrific    fire i  whipped by a fierce wind -which laid j  waste an extensive area-  Japan has notified   the   League  of  Nations  that  manufacture  and.  distribution of narcotics in Korea had  heen taken out of the hands of private companies and made a government monopoly.  Every effort will be made to secure for Canada the winter sports  of the Olympic games to 1932, it w*"ss  decided at a meeting in Toronto of  the executive committee of the Ca-  " nadlan Olympic committee.  No other medicine for Httle ones  has had such success as has Baby's  Own Tablets. They "banish constipation aad indigestio'n; break un colds  and simple fevers; correct diarrhoea  and colic and-promote healthful sleep  by regulating the functions of the  stomach and bowels. Concerning tneuv  Mrs. L������. M. Brown, Walton, N, S-.  writes:���������"I cannot speak to highly  of Baby's Own Tablets as I have  found them excellent for childhood  ailments."  ' Baby*s-"Own Tablets nro sold by  medicine dealers, or >y mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Ont.  for the Scriptures of the Old Testament, especially for the S5tcre������ Ifsftw  which they contain, "The Christian  Church has legitimately extended the  words to the larger body of Scripture which forms the Bible." This,  the Psalmist declares, is perfect, restoring the soul; sure^ making wise  the simple; right,.rejoicing the heart;  pure, enlightening the eyes-���������''imparting refreshment and vigor to, the  soul, giving new life and hope: dyin:  tiytici    oic    giS-ESvi,  crease their purchases from Canada.  rather,than to consider" measures  wbich will constitute *ae*w* trade barriers." -.  General Manager's Address  Discussing the policy    of developing the latest resources of our country, Mr. Neill said,in part:-��������� ,   -  VDuring the -past.- two or .three  years many existing'industries have  been '"r-������Grgnj*uz���������u to,-. meet the requirements of expanding business.  Mergers have been effected to ensure production on the most efficient  basis, and many new industries have  been started. Through.- a number of  different investment bankers who  are our customers, we have had the  opportunity-- io assist is. such. financing, with the result that numerous  new and valuable connections have  -been secured for the bank.,J am glad  to be able to report that in every  such case credits granted' have been  Such an unbalanced trade relationship is injurious to the national'welfare of this country. .  "Tn spite of the fact that the present trade relationship between the  two countries is disproportionately  favorable to the tlnited States, there  is active discusion of further tariff 6 liquidated to our satisfaction, anu  increases that seem likely to shut j despite the number, of new issues  out the few competitive"'items which! that have .been made, we are carry-  Canadians now sell there. "It would   ing no undigested securities.'r  Wiimipeg Newspaper Item  In Dead Earnest  SICKNESS IN NEARLY EVERY  HOME IN  WESTERN  CANADA  Watch your little cold���������beware of  everyone who is coughing or sneezing���������avoid crowded places, above all  stop your grippy cold at the beginning.  Doctors and nurse3 who have had  long experience in handling grippe  cases advocate Catarrhoxonc Vapor  as an effective means of protection.  It is very simple to use Catarrh-  ozone, and tlie whole family can enjoy its germ-killing- protection at the  cost of a few cents.  Put a teaspoonful of liquid Gatar-  rhozone in a pint of water. Place  this on a stove or lamp and bring  the water to a boil. The vapor which  rises contains the most powerful disinfectants. As you breathe this  healing vapor, you kill the germs  that cause colds, catarrh, flu, and  grippe. Splendid    for    children,���������  , equally good for the parents. Far  better to protect the whole family  In this way than to have a housefull  oC sickness. All drug-gists sell  Catarrhozone In 50c. bottles.  are heavy and dull, health brightens  them"; true, and rlghtedus Altogether.  The fear of Jehovah is clean, enduring for ever, "When among, the  five terms* each clearly- significant  of the Scriptures, the Psalmist in-;  troduces the abstract expression 'the  fear of the-Lord,1 he-must mean the  awe, the obedience, the discipline and  inspiration of the Book whose praise  is the burden of his song" (George  Adam Smith).  More to be desired are they than  gold, yea, than much fine gold.     ~  "The Word like a deep, deep mine,  And jewels rich and rare  Are hidden in its mightly depths  For   every  searcher   there."  Then with heart aglow, the Psalmist cries, "More to be desired are  they than honey, and the droppings  of the honeycomb"���������^the purest of  the honey. "Moreover by them.; Is  thy servant warned; in keeping them  there Is great reward."  "If only we would-obey the leadings of Christ, as the planets of the  sun, our lives would be full of light  and health, and liberty; We skould be  restored to perfect health; our simplicity would be made wise, our  hearts ��������� would be gladdened; our eyes  would - be enlightened; our poverty  enridted, and our dispositions .sweet-'  end"-*(F. B.- Meyer.  seem., that those who propose- such,  tariff changes fail to realize iisai.  checks upon Canadian prosperity  automatically check the volume of  goods which can be brought from, the  United States, and that on- the other  hand continued Improvement in Canadian conditions brings corresponding increases In the volume of goooa  He-pointed_out that Sn this pc-rloa  Of  piOSptJi-'ity jTcSCaTvcS  SuCUld  OS  built  up against less prosperous times. The  public Has the right -to expect sound  leadership Sn government and industry and with such leadership" there  can be nb doubt concerning the  wonderful prospects that -the future  ' holds ln store for Canada.  Toes Made Comfortable  Sore Corns Removed  Quick, safe relief Is almost Instantaneous if you apply PUTNAM'S  CORN EXTRACTOR. Shoes wot)'*  pinch or hurt.    One   single   drop   of j of  goods made  by tbe  "Training For The Blind  Need  For   More  Varied  Occupation  Says Major Timmins  Fifty per cent, of the blindnesss in  the Dominion could he prevented ir  proper measures were taken by  those liable to suffer in-Jury to their  eyes while at work or play declared  Major A. NT. Timmins, general manager of the Canadian National- Institute of- the Blind at a meeting ot  provincial field officials at the .offces  in Regina. y  Major Timmins is touring, the  country to observe the work of the  institute and in j his short "talk  pointed out the need of an intelligent and intensive training for the  blind. He declared that with such  training the blind could Work at almost any occupation besides the  standard basketwork, reed work and  broom m^ldhg.^',?';^n'^SaslffiCU,hewsm  alone, he said, some 150 blind persons would thus be enabled to earn  their own living and not be a burden on society.  He said that over -$100,0.00 wo-rtb  blind    had  Germany Buys Douglas Fir  Canadian' Product Seems to Meet  Requirements, for Special  Purposes  Douglas fir because of its superior  quality in clearness and strength, is  the leading Canadian product to find  a sale in. the German market. _ It- is  increasingly substituting for pitch  pipe, because, of the latter's gradual  increase in price, -while at the same  time it has to compete against supplies from Washington and Oregon.  It appears regularly to fill requirements for special purposes, being  used  for  interior  finishing,  decking  strsrf   <itmi*.iT   hnarns    -o  CfcUU     -U^-Ct^.      UJUA L.S,  logs  are  also imported when price  is competitive.  Putnam's stops the. pain. "A* few ap  plications make the corn dry up and  drop off. Putnam/s Corn Extractor  gives satisfaction. Thousands use it  every day. Get a bottle from your  druggist. Refuse a substitute Jfor  "Putnam's" tne one sure relief for  sore corns.  Vancouver Grain Exports  Grain exports from Vancouver for  the calendar (1928) year will,exceed  90,000,000     bushels,     according     to  Merchants* Exchange' figures.  been sold in this province. In 1928  by the sales department through  women's organizations. Of this sum  the broom sales amounted to $25,000.  The total sales for th������ Dominion and  Newfoundland totalled one million  dollars.  Koofs. Made  Beautiful  A roof waa once    something    to  keep o&t the rain." Now with tJhe  growth of air travel It Is becoming  something to gaze upon with a sense  of the beautiful, and architects are  paying attention to this new development in their art, . The proof of the  roof is going to be in the viewing.  Speeding    around    corners    Is  straight road to the hospital,   -*  a  Edrunoton Telephone System  As showing the growth of business  in Edmonton, "The Journal" points  out that whereas 24 years ago some  6G0 citizens of thc then town of Edmonton voted $27,000 for the purchase of the Edmonton district telephone system (for thc use of 280  eubscribers), the, system haa now  grown to represent a caxjUal Investment of $2,500,000, with subscribers  numbering 15,000.  A Health Saving Reminder  Don't Wait  mill} yinu at:,  llu.  Influenza  USE  WTiiiariTs   liniment  At tho flrnt kIku of it.    I1h llciilintr;  I5aby*������ Now Ensemble-  Give the darling new babe a right  start to  good health and happiness  by choosing    the    correct garments  for him, and he wilL repay you with  his smiles and coos.    Style No. 221  consists    of    a    dress    with,   bishop  sleeves,  gertrude  petticoat,  with  or  without gathered   ruffle,   nightgown,  kimona that is perforated for short  sack and a bUr.    To    complete    the  layette, a band,    knitted  piflrt   and  diapers  should  be   Included.     Nainsook,   batiste,   soft  lawn,   muslin  or  cotton crepe" is  appropriate for   all  the little garments    except    tho kimono or    stack,    which    is    usually  made of caslvmero,   crepe de  chine,  ilanncT or fine broadcloth.    A touch  of   embroidery  gives  a  French   appearance.    Pattern   for    layette   in  one  Rlzo  only and  noflts 2.'������ <!<>*ntni In  stamps  or coin   (coin Is  preferred).  Wrap    coin    carefully.      Emb.  No.  11127 (blue) costs 25 cents extra.  It Testifies for Itself,���������E>r. Thomas*  Eclectric Oil needs no testimonial of  its powers other thah itself. Whoever tries It for coughs or colds, lor  cuts or contusions,* for sprains or  burns, for pains in the limbs or  body, well know that the medicine  proves itself and needs no. guarantee.  This shows why this Oil Is in general  use. _  Cattle. In Fine Condition  Owing to the light snowfall around  High. River, Alberta, this year, the  cattle and horses on the Prince -pf  Wales' ranch, and. on other ranches  in the vicinity are in excellent winter condition, and it has not yet been  necessary^to do any feeding, according to W. I*. Cariyle, manager of the  EJ. 3?. Ranch,  A New York sculptress excels in  carving horses out of chocBe. Her  horses; can be melted. Into welsh  rarebits, later emerging no nightmares.  W.    N.    ur.    1770  How To Order Patterns  Addresa: Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  Itttt McDormot Ave,  VVmnlpcK  Pattern No.-  ii-* ���������������������������*������*#��������� ������<+ i  Size  ��������� ##���������������* ft*-* *  >������������������������������������������ ���������*<��������� A*m i  Going Upstairs  Had to Sit Down  Mrs. H. Broussenu, Magog, Que.,  wrlten:���������"For many yonrn I miff ered  with shortness of breath; then four  years np;o I had palpitation .of the  heart, and was ao bad I.had to sit  down two or three times whon going  upstairs, I road about  ItBURla'i  Help ffo-r Asthma. Neglect gives  asthma a great advantage. The  trouble, once it has sectu'ed a foothold, fastens Its grip on the bronchial  passages tenaciously. Dr. J. D. Kel-  log's Asthma Remedy Is daily benefiting cases of asthma of lor-ig standing. Years of suffering, however,  might have been prevented had the  remedy been used when tho trouble  was in its first stages. Do not neglect asthma, but use this preparation  at once. '  Revenue Prom Poultry  In 1013 revenue from the poultry  Industry   In   Alberta   amounted ��������� to  $2,250,000. In 1027, 11 years later,  revenue from this source was ���������$10,-  003,000, according to the poultry  commissioner for Alberta.  Name  Iowa  . ������������������>������������..*,  The   avcrarsc  depth   of   tlio  ocean  hclmv M-.ti, Uivtvl  ha  12.G00 f������at.  ao 1 got a box, and Bn no time I felt  better, so I toolc three boxes more andj  I liuvu xiuvur luul uUc^-tHm*. of breath  Blnce."' *; *  Price EGc. v. ber. rvt nM r*rnj-<H������it-w  und dc-atarB, or mailed cltrrcct on receipt ot? price *by The T. Milburn Co.,.  L.ta., Toronto. Cat,  In all Infantile complaints that arc  tho  result of the    depredations    of  worms 3n the stomach and intcotSncs  Mlllor'a Worm Powders will bo  found an effective remedy. Thoy attack the cause of these troubles, nnd  by oxpeiMng the worms tvotv the  argauts insure an orderly working of  the oyatcm, without which 1be child  cannot maintain its strength or  thrive. These powdera mean health  and Improvement.  "You naughty child! Such good  soupt I wonder how many chlldron  would bo glad to get half that,"  "I aliGuld,  for one, mother."  Children Cry  for It  Baby has hitio upflein nt limes. All  your cafo cannot prevent thorn. But  you can ba prepared. Then you can  do what any experienced nurse would  do���������what moat physicians would tell  you to do���������give a few drops of plain  Castoria. No sooner done than Baby  Is soothed; relict is Just a matter ot  moments. Yet you have cased your  child without use of a single doubtful  drug; Castorla In vegetable. -So tt'fi  safe to ubo aa often as an Infant hnn  any littlo pain you cannot pat away.  And It's always ready for the cruder  panjrs of colic, or constipation, ot  diarrhea; effective, too, for older  children. -JHvpnty-flvo million bottle*  were Iwmjjht lu������t yena*.  MlKkiitrdru. IlAnti-amt   for (Douglift   (tmd  falcto.  *^r!Ti    ,1,'  A "V    '"' m\\^^ *"*. "Tf*  ~A*AmtA*w*tt*mmm!tmAM, Jr-6  ���������������������������  TEDE- R%TETT,   CRESTON,   TS.   -GL  *mv an  CRUMBLY TEETH  Help your children to have  sturdy bodies, sound bones  4.~A  sH>ntvn font-"}-* Olvft !LtlCI3>  Scott's Emulsion  rich in vitamins. It serves the  0,-ecds of childhood equally as  well as it does grown people.  Scott & Bq-wne, Toronto. Ont. 23-60  THE CRIMSON  WEST  ���������"������������������ BY- -��������������� *  ALEX. PHIL39 ,  *^9Sw^Lb?' Special Anrussttnaort  - Witfe Thomas AUen. PublLshw,  Tors-ass*. OsaS.  CHAPTER  XIII.���������-Contlnued.  Oonnie raised her head. "Oh, no,  X don't think so, Andy; that must  slip ovl" she objected.  Andy made a^ pretence of studying  the article in question.  "Yes, yes, "sure! That's , right!  that's right!" he conceded quickly.  Andy's pipe was now sending out  billows of acrid smoke. Connie moved beyond the smoke screen. Much  to Andy's relief, she sat for a moment silently studying the advertisement. When she raised her head  there was a look of wistful yearning  In her blue eyes.  "Oh, Andy," she said. dreamily,  "It must be lovely to rfeel those soft  silky things next your skin."  "I'm���������I'nrj. sorry, Connie," stuttered Andy," "but I 'ave a roast in the  ovea���������I- "  "Just a minute Andy/' she pleaded, "there is something else I want  to ask you." She sorted the papers  for a moment.  "God 'alp me,   .what   will    it - be  ��������� now?" thought Andy, e& he braced  himself for ihe next question.  "Andy, what is a camisole?"  .A look of profound relief crossed  the little Australian's face.  "A camisole," he explained with  an air of. wisdom,  "is  a fish.    It's  He was interrupted by Connie's  peal of laughter. "Oh, Andy," she  cried, "you're a funny man!" She  turned and ran laughing down the  hill.  "Strike me lucky!" exclaimed Andy as he mopped his brow. "It's  enough to make a blighter's 'eart  bleed. The poor motherless kid  corhtn' to a bloke like me to ask  such, questions."  He watched Connie as she slowly  - ascended the trail, still studying the  magazine pages.  "But *ow the "ell can I 'e*p 'er?''  He pondered deeply for a moment.  but, seemingly unable to answer the  question, shook his h������ad sadly and  turned to his duties. y  Fortunately for Janet's^ peace of  mind, none of her "friends had  recognized in the photograph of the  new champion of Canada the handsome young man they had met at  her home. They were puzzled by  her decision to spend a holiday tn  the wilds .until she casually mentioned that Mr. McLean wag arranging  for their entertainment, and she ac-  LARGE PIMPLES  Caused Itching Burning,  Also Disfigurement.  " My complexion was completely  marred by pimples which varied in  alxv. Sommc won* Uu-gc, hurd und  BCAly, wh*lle others were just icd end  festered. They cauncd on itching-,  burning nens*������Uon������ nloo disfigurement. _  " After using ocotea of remediea  for over two years, with but little  results, 1 sent for a free sample of  Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I w������t������  so plea tied with the results that I  purcliutitd tmitxt:. U7iA after u&lr������g  two cakes of Cuticura Soap and one  large box of Cuticura Ointment I  was completely healed." (Signed)  W. E, Blaclcburn, 20 Bellevue Ave.,  Toronto, Ont. '?  Use Cuticura tn. ele������r your skin.  6*u������i4������ B^jO, jTn* mj IfelL KMr..m C*������n������..lUi.  P.V0W --WmTmnu*, VA. mumtrnmi." Vtl������������, rdoap  EEo. OM������������l������.l>������ Ufi nuil l#a, 1'ultUj.i E������e,  Cullcura Sh*<tlni-e SM&k 25*.  mm  **r.    N".    TJ.    17T0  ccpted with a amiis the sly teasing  that followed. -   *  The party arrived by.special train  a day earlier than originally planned, and as Janet stepped to the platform Donald was for a moment disconcerted by ihe Warmth of her  greeting and vhs softness in her eyes  as they rested on him.  That afternoon ' Connie^ came riding down the hill holding In her  hand an enormous bouquet of Alpine  flowers. She leaped from her hprse  and ran blithely around the corner of  the big building. Andy, dressed In  white coat and hat, came smilingly  forward to meet her.  "Andy, here are some rare flowers  Dad sent for *" She ceased speaking, abruptly as Donald, leading Jah-  .et and her friends from a tour of the  kitchen, .came through the door.  Z>OXJaIu*Es ������aca lighted with a, gl&d  smile a3 he saw Connie.  "Miss Kennie, I want you to meet  Miss Wainwright.  Connie's face burned with embarrassment as all eyestkturned toward  her, and the mass of wild flowers  held crushed to her breast quivered  as though shaken by a breeze. She  glanced about her quickly, strongly  tempted to flee the spot.  For a moment the society belle  and the girl of the mountains eyed  each other silently. Janet stared at  Connie as if she were some strange  creature unclassified by science.  Connie for the fij-st time was gazing  on a stylishly-clad member of her  own sex. Janet's dress of white silk  shimmered in tbe sunshine, and her  broad-brimmed white hat, with, fining of pale rose, gave to her beautiful face ar ruddy glow.  Connie's eyes roved in admiring  awe from the neat high-heeled shoe?  to the silken hose and skirt, and then  to the flowered hat set jauntily on  thick Shining coils of dark hair.  There was a certain dewy freshness, a native frankness, about the  girl ot the woods .that made Janer  appear "artificial. Their eyes met, and  Connie's iips parted in a timid. smiie.  ~.mm..mm^.mm.J*.^   .^..m. mmm4.mm.mmm m.JS         n^9A.J.         ?** ���������  white teeth, and forming two tiny  dimples in her brown cheeks. Her  lonely heart longed for the friendship of thia wonderful girl, but the  smile quickly faded when she saw  that-.Janet's eyes remained cold and  appraising.  Janet scrutinized Connie's faded  blue overalls and coarse cotton shirt,  which, even though loose and ill-fitting, could not conceal the graceful  lines of the childish, figure. Confused  by the. cold reception, her eyes wide  and misty with a hint of pain, Connie turned quickly away.        **-  Moving;���������- with the easy grace and  freedom that an empress might envy, Connie walked to the side of her  cayuse. sind with characteristic bird-  like motion sprang to his back. Her  moccasined feet struck his sides, and  with ears flattened Pegasus leaped  forward with a speed that sent Connie's hair , streaming., His spurning  hoofs "sent'a cloud of dust,,in their  faces, then horse , and rider,; went  tearing down the hill.  Janet stood" staring after the flying  rider, a look of blank astonishment  on..'he* face.  Connie's visits to the mill ceased.  but from thc highest point on the  bluff sho watched the merry-maker?  with keen, interest as, dressed in natty riding costumes, they, rode their  horses, disported themselves in bathing-suits on the sandy beach, paddled the lake, in -light, graceful  canoes, or chugged about In the shiny  white motor-boat. For two evenings  she sat with a feeling of dreary loneliness while Donald and Janet floated  on tho placid like In one of the tiny  canoes, their subdued voices and gentle laughter coming up faintly from  below.  During tho evenings eho spent  with Donald, Janet was assailed by  fleeting nmotinnR in which ������he tried  to define hor attitude toward him.  She folt that tlio timo was not far  distant when soma definition would  bo necessary. In a number of artful  ways who had tried, but without success, to lead him to talk of himself.  When fthe put ������ direct qucetJon ehe  nnw the lines, about Tite month tighten, nnd Ida reply carried n tone of  arpch unmlatakabl-a rebuke that her  face redduned'i and the subject waa  instantly dropped.  On thn night before JnnoVi* departure a danco was arranged, to which  the clerical staff of tho Oboakomu*  Mill waa Invited. Olilia promised a  apodal feature on th-o programme In  tlie form. of" an old-fashioned oquare-  CO**  ifco^Se"-1  a*������*".  ���������������'     mmmm ������**���������* ZAr        -  ������������������      ..  ���������"���������Si  dance  with bis  "red-shirts"   as  the  performers.  All that day the skies drizzled  continuously; lake and mountain  were hidden under a heavy mist.  The inclement weather d3d not  dampen the ardour* of the merry  crowd, who, in slickers and oilskins  n������ 4m^,4  .'m       J.mmm.m,mJim-.4.*m...     ���������,.  .m.mmmmm.mm^mi_ A JS.mm.m^m  \44.      (.V61JT      ���������^4.^m4\m.4.4-^t,4\JmX,      gcH.UClCU     X..\T\T-  ers and trees to   decorate   the   big!  dining room that was to be used as  a dance-halh  That  night,  lights   gleamed- from.  i produced from the instruments^ and  the speed he set for tha whirling  dancers   to   follow   Boon   had   them jf.  Jtmm*. tmmmm.  ^<U.������. _ mim���������mmmm i mmmm A.JI Im. mm\ rTYmm* rn.rn.mm.   t  were shouts .of, Homeric laughter. J  big feet thumped the-floor as theyj  gltat&S throtigh' ;tho,cintricf*it3" steps  of' the--quadrille-, and . above all  sounded the hoarse . voice of  "Fightin' " , Jack in the colprfiil jargon of "cailin* off."  "Birdie jump  out and Jackie jump  in;  Jackie jump, out and give Birdie  a  swing.  All the .men left;  back to parduer;  And grand right and left.  Chickadee  right and pacK-rat  lett.  Meet  your pardners and   all    chaw  hay.  Gents sashay and put on style.  ��������� He-sashay   and   with a   little   more  !    -        style,  Little more style, gents, little more  style."-  At the finish the girls loudly applauded  the   efforts  of   this   pictur-  every window of the big room, which  had undergone a sudden transforma-' esque crew, and after a short breath  Ing spell they  again took the floor]  and  danced  until   sheer   exhaustion  tion. The walls .were one tnass of  wild flowers, and on the beams overhead small cedars and jackpines j forced them to quit. Mopping their  stood uprights in rows, adding a j dripping iaces with big red ban-  pungent odour to the air, already, danas, they trooped boisterously out-  burdened ,with. the  sweet   smell   of  side.  wild? flowers. ' The music fof the' Near midnight the rain ceased,  phonograph flowed out of * the open' and as Donald walked with Janet to  door to vibrate softly through the her" cabin the moon came suddenly  dripping trees. j from behind a. dark wall of clouds to  Connie learned of the dance,  and set the lake sparkling under its soft  after dark she slipped quietly down  light.  into  the  valley.    She   crouched   byj     "Too wonderful a night to sleep,"  the open window,   heedless   of   the' said Janet softly,  rain  dripping from  the   eaves,  berj     "Shall we   walk   to   the    lake?"  eyes    glued    upon    the    enchanting asked'Donald,  scene within.    She saw Donald and      She nodded assent.  Janet gliding across the floor, and  she. marvelled at the grace of their  movements. The hum of talk, the  constant ripple of feminine laughter,  the rustle cof, silken skirts, were all  foreign to Connie. She felt a touch  ot intense and utter loneliness, like a  stranger in a strange land.  Janet seemed to have thrown  aside her cloak of reserve; she brimmed over "with sn unwonted sraietv.  but at times her big brown eyes helu  a ~ troubled look as" they " rested on  Donald.  Gillis's "redshirts" filed in to give  an exhibition of old-fashioned dancing. Half the mien wore handkerchiefs tied about their arms to incti  cate that they were impersonating  ladies. Blackie played the violin,  while "Fightin'" Jack's roaring  voice did the "caiiin5 o&." Gillis informed the , company that Blackie  "didn't know a note of music from a  post-hole." But what he lacked in  technical knowledge was made up  in the immense volume of sound he  Zam-Buk provides an ever-  ready and reliable first-aid for  injuries. It is also unequalled  sis a .sootliingji- speedy rented-*  for obstinate stid deen-seatedS  skin disease, poisoned ^rounds*  ulcers, piles, etc.  Within every box of Zasn-Buk ara  stored the most valuable faealingv  soothing and antiseptic properties  known to Science. Its unique herbal  composition and its absolute freedom  from animal fats and mineral drugs  sn^ke Zam-Buk the safest and best  dressing- for skin troubles of all kinds.  Get a SOrs box of this ������reai herbal  heater from your- - ttrutfgiai nr fiercer  Cm-day. or ash Zam-Buk Co.. Tormmto.  tet marl T>FtKB TRIAL SAM TLB  mmtmM  mmmm  Little Helps For This Week  They stood near the edge of the  lake In the light of the, moon and  looked across at the towering snow-  fields etched against th star-spangled  sky.    There were lights still shining  0*dv God knows the trials that we  UTow are we sure that Thou know-  est all  things.���������John xvi.  SO.  from the big room they had just  vacated, and the night watchman's  lantern bobbed jerkily as he made  his rounds. Across the lake the light  frosn tire trapper's cabin shone on  the calm surface of the water. The  faint, weird call of a loon wafted to  their ears was echoed and re-echoed  in soft cadences from the surrounding hills. A faint breath of wind  came out of the rain-washed forest,  laden with "the '"sweet "t^rfunie ~ of  earth and flowers, and caressed  their faces like loving fingers. -Donald took a degp breath that seemed  more like a sigh.  (To Be Continued.} ..  Minard's Liniment prevents Flo.    .  Ahout; the only thing a man gets  free in this world is criticism.  bear,  The weary longing for a different  fate,  The daily struggle and the anxious  care,���������  He knows, and we can wait.  Only God knows,���������we have no want  beside!  Our Father watches' o'er us from  above;  We feel our weakness, but His hand  will guide.  - He knows, and He is t<ove!  v* -     - ���������Mary Dickinson.  Trust him implicity, submit to  Him cheerfully, and- you will find  that all shall be well; that more  grace will be given you; , that the  heavier the trial the larger will be  the blessed measure of the strength.  The Shepherd is'..leading: you in the  right way to His own blessed fold.  fceaive it all to Him.  ���������Alexander McKenzte.  ^i!illlllll!lfllUEIt!IHIllHUIE!HI1UllW  The Improved  S3  MADE IK ENGLAND  S3  S  S3  S3  3  *S3  MM  ss  a  WINDOLITE Btandfl for 100 per cent. minHght, It  makes light but strong; windows for cattle sheds, dairy  stablea, poultry houses*, brooders and all out buildings. It  Is economical, unbreakable, flexible and Ira easy to cut and  tit. It la now bcLng -successfully < used for sunrooma,.  verandahs, schools, factories, hospitals, sanitariums, hot  Itocda, plant coverings aend grconhotisoa. It leccpa out cold  ���������-will not crack or chip,���������cuts with an ordinary pair of  acloBora and ia easy to lit. WINBOLITE Is supplied in  rolla any length but lot one width of 80 inches only,' A  aquare yard of VVINDOLKTE weighs, about 1-4 023., while  a square yard of glasrj! of ordinary thickness, weighs  about 135 to li)-0 osa. Tlie Improved WINTlOLITE requires  . xio varnish. WINBOIJnril ia made ln England.  Trice 81.80 Per Squaro Vard, f.o.b., Toronto.  Ue# WiNDOUTie and i#fi  YOUR PLAINTS  YOUR QHIOKBNft  VOUR CATTLE  Harsh fin IOO $> Sunlight  Bend for thjoldtot "WINDO'Llim*'  Glass Substitute  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH J  THE: sun la the all-powerful life producer.  Nature's    universal     disinfectant     and  germ  destroyer,  iia well  oa  stimulant  and tonic.      WINDOLITE ia tha aun's most  important ally.  Medical research has definitely proved  that from, tha point of view of Health and  Hygiene, the most effective among the aun'a  raye, are the Ultra-Violet raya, 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 pas*  aagQ of Ultra-Violet rays, so that by using  , gjlasu we are artificially excluding these vital  health-giving rayB.     Therefora, tlie Invention  . of -WIXDsO>LITK has completely satisfied tha  long-felt want. Exhaustive experiments  havo conclusively proved that it is a most  effective Bubotitute for glass, that It freely  admits the Ultra-Violet raya, and that Its use  haa a moat beneficial effect on the growth  and development of plants and chickens and  on tho well-bfttt������ff of cattle, enabled for tha  , first time to have healthy light instead oft  darlm&sa ln their sheds.  Indeed, the diacovery of WINDOLITE haa  duL'lng Hhb laalt ulx. yeArs. coimplotc-Sy revolutionized gardening, given a n������w atimulus to  poultry breeding, inereaolng the ������gg-lavlng  capacity and fertility of chickens, "has greatly  Improved tho health of cattle and la now be- s  lug used Sn do.EncaUc and housdiaLtt req.ujir������^*' s  niQUtjru t=  i  s  i  s  Distributors: JOHN A. .-.GHANTLER- & CO., LT0^  ������I WeiUneton &t* VS*        ������ - ���������-���������������������������-.'       TOKUN'l,Op ONT.  ;EIIIIUimS4U4iyUillUUi44figlMami;iUIIiiiaUtlii������ii4iiIili4iIIiIllliiH THE  CBESTOH  BEVIEW  ; THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.O.  Subscription ; S2.50ayear in advance/  S3.00 to U.S. points.  O. P. Ha.'TBS, Editor and Owner.  ukjhjsxon.  a.v.. uStiOAx. FBB.   1  Women's Instiute  Work of 1928  soil and ways of improvivpc it for  garden purposes. In April Mra,  M. Young gave a demonstration  on budding rosea.  First aid kits at the schools have  been replenished. Baby clothes  have beer, supplied in one case during the year. A. cemetery com*  mittee was named- at the April  meeting consisting of Mrs. Crawford, Mrs, McLaren and Mrs.  Hayes. $20 has been allotted the  W.I. by the Cemetery  Association  During the yes? eleven meetings  were held with an average attend  ance of 27.3.    There were 14 directors'  meetings,   with   an   average  attendance of 4.6.  The outstanding Institute eyent  was the  Kootenay Boundary   District   conference,   held  iu   Creston  early   in   October.     This   was  an  unqualified  success,   thanks to the  splendid spirit of co-operation displayed by all members of  Creston  and District Institute.     Mrs. Gor  don,    head   of the   B.C.   Women's  Institutes, was present throughput.  In the much regretted   absence   of  -Mrs. Barrow, president of the district, and of Mrs. Pitts of  Nelson,  Kootenay's member of the  provincial  board   of directors, Mrs. Gordon presided during the conference.  Mrs. McL-achlan, superintendent  of  institutes,   also  took an  active  part.    The delegates were   billeted  at the homes of  Creston   Institute  members and frie-nds, and a dining  room    was    operated    in    Trinity  United   Church    basement,   which  waa very   much   appreciated.    On  all   sides   we   hear   praise   o������   the  manner  in    which   the   conference  was   arranged   and   the   delegates  entertained.  Creston board of trade arranged  a motor drive for fche delegates,  which they much enjoyed. Mrs.  K. Stevens represented Creston as  official delegate, aud was elected a  member of the district executive  for 1929, and was subsequently  named secretary for the district.  Acting on a resolution passed at  the 1927 distr.ct conference at  Kaslo it was decided at the Pebru  ary Institute meeting to compile a  local history of Creaton. This has  been undertaken by Mrs. J. W.  Dow and Mrs. Mallandaine. The  former read a paper on early days  itj Creston at the September meeting.  During the year four bridge  drives have been held. One was  staged in Mrs. Beninger's hall,  whioh she generously allowed the  Institute to use, and was followed  by music and dancing. Another  was held at Mrs. Maxwell's residence.  In March a bird house oompeti  tion was held for the public school  pupils. There was a large entry,  which was judged by Mra. J. W.  Dow, Dr. Liilie and Geo Hendren.  Prizes were awarded in Four .. lasses.  At the Maroh meeting C. B.  Twigg gave an address on gardening dealing particularly with   the  U.SA3  mm**~J3  *%*CS������OV*l  ments. The committee has laid  plans to be carried out in the  spring ta have some planting done  to beautify the grounds. Major  Mallandaine hats donated some  sumach shrubs for this purpose, I schools,  and Jas. Cook has promised some  lilac bushes.  In May the usual bulb display,  tea and sale of cooking took place.  In June the annual flower show  was held. Although the number  of entries was smaller than usual  the display was good. On July  2nd a tag day in aid of the Cripp!  ed Children's Hospital in Vanoouver was arranged aud carried ont  by Institute members. Tea collections during the year was also sent  to this institution.  In answer to an appeal to the  Institutes to contribute S100 each  to the Otha Scott endowment fund  for the Queen Alexandra Solarium,  it was deoided in June to give $50  at once, and a further $50 before  the end of the year.  An effort was made to train  some girls to represent Creston in  the giHPs judging competition at  the "Vancouver exhibition Owing  to difficulties experienced in obtain  ing necessary information it was  impossible to carry out this plan.  The Institute awarded a prize to  the pupil in highest standing in  the matriculation class in the high  school, and a prize to the best  pupil in Entrance class of the  public school. ^      ������f  Creston sent a large exhibit of  quilts to a display and competition  which was held in. Vancouver in  April, and very narrowly missed  taking the prize for the largest  number of quilts sent in.  $20 was donated toward prizes  at the fall fair, in the needlework  classes. The Institute entered an  exhibit in the big collection of  cooking, and won first prize.  At the November meeting a  grandmothers' tea was the feature  of the afternoon, A number of  guests were entertained and a quilt  begun, which has since been completed by members and is to be  raffled. The money so raised will  be used on the Otha Soost endowment fund.  Planls or flowers have been sen;  to several members who have been  ill. We also put a wreath on the  monument on Armistice Day.  Four members have left Creston  during the year. Mrs. K.. Walters  and Mrs. G, Bayles were entertain-  Fob Saxes-���������Portable phonograph  and 50 records,   will  sell  cheap.     I*.  An drosoff, Creston.   y  For SajLb!���������Set general purpose bobsleighs, can be seen at McKay's blacksmithshop. Ores ton.  eclat an afternoon social   afc   Mrs. I   -������.OB.SA1:*^i*a ^^odelled Ooleman  _,    . . .- ���������-   .    .      . table lamp, $5.75, at V. Mawson's.  Cools's previous to. their departure.  Mrs. Greenwood and Mra Burnett  left at short notice so there was no  opportunity for any farewell entertainment. Mrs. M. Young left in  May   on   a   visit  to Elnalaitd, and  before she left.  The membership at June 30th,  on whioh the per capita grant is  based, was 56. but several have  joined since then. Eight Christ  ma? hassnera were distributed, the  Boy Scouts taking care of the  delivery. Ih a drive to obtain a  mile of dimes for the Crippled  Children's Hospital $10.45 was  seoured by Creaton public and high  Christ Ofiiifc!!; Oreston  Vj^r**^ A Af ^^AS*A"^A  V     M '   S      m^rm S^^P S     ^^^-  ORB8TON���������8.00 am.. Holy Communion.   7.30 p.m.. Evensong.  LISTER���������11.00 r.ui.  e&cfHJii   em tr  United Church  Kev. R. JS. Cribb. B.A., Minister.  11.00 a. m.���������W YNN DEL.  2 SO p,������ii.-CANYON,  7.30 p.m.���������CB-ESTON.  AT THE  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  "������  Work So&Bmfm  and  mm ������������������ MB      MM   PH      AA ��������� WA.  is*  54 x 27 inches  Fall stock.    Priced right.  r  aWEkWM  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  COMPANY,   LTD.  ������Sftsy^fet!B6^r  IE  3BE  3E31SH3E  SKSE  3I���������3G  3QE=1Q1=  SBE  mfALtENTiNE*& DAY  Thursday Feb* f4*  New stock of Valentines, Red Crepe Paper, Tissue  Paper and Serviettes  Bride Tallies, Score Pads���������and SOMETHING NEW  in Sets of Pads and Tallies to match for two, three  and   four tables.      These are  entirely  new  and  snappy.    Also the nr*w Bridge Book with one side  for table score, the other side for individual score.  Fresh Box  Chocolutes for Valentines  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THIS  RBXALL STOWIC  GEO. II. TCISXjUY  for that is our * business  <��������� arid 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.  jKSlfiSBSjj  THE CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING   DEPT.  nraigiHtaitfT *Mflrggggg������B^ THE  CKEST0H  BBTIEW  J 7.  United Church  Kev. B. E. Csibb. B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.���������wYNNjlfEL.  2 30 p.m.~CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  esb������������w   vi     nvvihiingw.  1  1263 oars stopped at the  tourist  park at Bonners Ferry during 1928.  :  This winterVsnujvfall at Grand  Forks ies less thasi .twelve Inches to  Vernon  There   are   1240  'volumes on the library shelves.  i viatw.  l>Hi-ARTMBSNT OF liANDS  NOTICE  AmiGATlOH FOR 6EAZIE38 PERMITS  FOB THE SEASON OF 1929  Wna   Bath   of   rorthill   is   still  in 1818.  Midway Farmers' Institute is to  have an oldtime ploughing match*  this season.  According to fche. dairy, inspector  the consumption of milk is on the  increases at> Crahhrook. " *"  public  library has over  OAA  <JVU  Too many attractions of other  sorts is crippling the attendance at  Cranbrook skating rink this winter.  Only 11 members turned up  e   lur  owner of a U.S. half dollar minted] fc!ie  anmiai* meeting  of  Penticton  The  children's pig club at Mid  way���������the   best  in * the'-province������������������*"-;-  won ������pw5<������i.in pnze money i&at year,  which has   been   divided   amongst-  the 26 members.  At Kaslo the cold snap was so  severe on Saturday night that the  electric light plant could r.dt supply tlie necessary "juice" to permit  the moving . picture theatre' to  operate.  I    For Saue���������One remodelled Coleman  table.km&p. S&.75, at. V. Mawson's.  board of trade one night last week.  Applications for permit* to graze livestock  on roe Crown Range within any grazing; district of the Province cf British Columbia must  be filed with the Districtf FopaatvS- at Fort  George, K&mloopst Nelson. Prince '- Rupert.  Vancouver, or Williams Lake, oia or before  March 31st, 1929.  Blank forms upon whioh to submit applications may be obtained, froni the Dt-grict Foresters at tho above-named places, or front the  Department of lands at Victoria, B.C.  O. R.NADEN.  _ _       Deputy Minister 09 Lands,  department of juauds,  Victoria, B.O.  January 7.1929.  OS A Canadian Olub has jnst been  organized at Vernon, starting with  40 members.   ���������  waifter's   snowfall  AT TH������  WW    \*\m*\\(  is the  lightest Grahd Forks has had in  ������������������Htteen yeftrs.  Kaslo Women's Institute has  $143 in the savings bank. It has  67 members.  A "ai?! of IS ���������*������?? cent, in th������ use  of electricity at Cranbrook is reported for 1928.  i According to the Mjner the first  robin seen in Rossiand this year  was on January 21st.  Due an outbreak of spinal meningitis Greenwood schools were closed  *j for a couple of- weeks  in   January.  Fourteen more residents of, Vernon own their own homes now  than a year ago, according to the  News.  Fob Sale���������rot-table phonograp 1  and 60 records, .will seil^ cheap. L..  Axidroeoff, Creston.  Por SALE���������Set'g������������neral purpose "bo' -  sleighs, can be seen at-McKay's blaci -  sin ith shop, Creston.    .  FoiTHD���������Lagging* tongs. Owner en n  bave same on proving property a i-������i  paying espc-n&ss. _ Enquire Review  Office,.     .  i  We invite you to inspect ".6ur  new stock of  Meases &h6&&  W������r������s&smkm      f  ; aad?'v'?.������������������  ��������� -V    i* >..**���������-    fi- ���������'     ��������� ���������-;��������� ?-,-'���������  Full stock.    Priced right.  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  H, JACKSOW  "R������AL_ESTATE:'   '���������" ���������  Listings solicited.  ";���������*CRESTONJTMb;6'im.r "'"'[  Christ Church, Greston  SUNDAY, FEB. 3  CRESTON���������&00 a ni.. Holy Communion.    7.30 p.m., Evensong.  USTER���������11.00 m.im.  KAYiGABLE WATERS  PRQTECTiQfc ACT  yRS.C.   CHAPTER 340  CresfjOa Power, tight &Telepnone Company,  limited, hereby give notice that they have,  tinder Section 7 of the eaid Act, deposited with  the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, and  in the Office of the District Registrar of the  "Land Registry District of Kootenay at Nelson,  B.C., a description of the site and the plans of  High Tension Transmission Lino crossing pro-  " to be built over the Kootenav River at  Fire  losses   at   Cranbrook    last  year were less than ^-4500   accord  ing to the annual report of the tire  chief. - *. '-  Producing 3500 tons of ore a day  it is now stated the Sullivan mine  at Kimberley cai) run for 25 years,  steady. ? fr :???-:'?���������"-  Press reports of extensive mining  developments has brought Green**  wood a seriouet unemployment  problem.  : The Oyro GlubYat PentiotoTi will  this year fiillyffequip two of-^the  public wards of the hospital in  that town.  The    Cranbrook    District     Go  Operative Society have decided  to  sell   out    their   store   business   at  Cranbrook.        yff '  The   United fphureh   at   Cran  brook   reports ah intake of close to  $1000  a month for 1928���������$11,604  to be exact.  - " Bonners   Ferry   had it 20 below  zero on   the   morning   of  January  SSrd-^abont   fche^ coldest  ever en  countered there. ���������  South East Quarter of Section*, "fownship 8,  West XvGt���������ns*J������isrtrfefc, British Cohisabia.  'And take nofiice that after the expiration, of  onemonth from date of the first pnblieation of  ....2      *      mmm~4^t^.m.:    ......    '   4~^~^: * ' mm.7        ������"*~ , .m, ^*T   ������^A.*.-   &m   *������.���������. mm  uuo   uunvc   uito   .jtrotwm.  x-umtsx'.  ������Jig������������u.������. xc.e-  phone Company,Ximited, wiii. under Section 7  of the said Act. apply to the Minister of Public  llf^Mlm     tri'Sm     kin      ������vMaa    Sm    ������-"������*./������  j-.Z-4-mr ,*-���������������#  ���������"VS-ifria <S?fS       -fjTfK  Works a,t his ���������. office in tho city" of uttawa. for  a  ., ._    b the   said  Transmission line.  approval of the said site and  leave to construct tho  said  for  " ;h   Tension  plai  Hig]  I  Dated at Creston, B.C. this First day of Feb-  uaryl929.       '  "Date of first publication, February 1.1829.  CRESTON POWER,IJGHT&TEL.EPHONE  .... COMPANY, LJMITED.  6TJY CONSTABtiE.'  With an enrollment of 275 the  United Church Sunday school at  Cranbr-oqk has.an average  ance of over 200-. _  22 ���������*?������*?+& *T������2      ������* *J| VQ JJ ^j, t.  RE6. WATSON  Fl  iiiniwi  n������������B^  CHAS. BOTTERILL  DRAYING and TRUCK SERVICE  COAL,   WOOD.  SAND,  GRAVEL  PKOMPT  ATTENTION  GIVEN  ALI������ ORDERS.  Try Us Once  mmmmf.mimmmmim*im  ij Alm: wood  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.  C^-EjL^l-S* O* '-KLCjJ3C3rE3I5.S  Th Courier claims Cranbrook;  business houses, are doing almost  double the business they handled  fifteen years ago?:  $937    was    collected    in     police,  court fines at Penticton  last  year.  Just about half the   collections   of  the year previous.  Only 15 rinks competed   at   the  annual Grows Infest cufliig bonspiek  held at Fernie last week.      Nine of  them were Fernie rinks, too.  Mrs. R. B, White has been elected school trustee at Penticton.  She polled almost double the vote  of her closest male opponent.  A horned owl measuring 4 feet  from tip to tip was shot at Midway  one morning laBt week���������just after  it had breakfasted off a 14 pound  turkey.  To revive interest in the Farmers  Institute at Grand Forks monthly  Saturday afternoon meetings with  musical programmes are being  held thia year.    ;;  Because it is cheaper to burn  wood than cnal thus causing the  school to freeze up scholars at New  Denver's seat of learning are forced  to drink from dipper and pail  instead of the modern water tap.  Gars  1929   Ford  Now on Display  Let na  know your wants in Used Cars.  for the coming season.  Headquarters for Kolster and Marconi Radio  n EL E w i E EmL im      *J!M F^k r fi\ \jg - cl.  PALMER    t%4    MAXWELL  WrnVICK ON A-NVTHINQ OPERATED OV OABOUNiZ  Women's Silk and  Wool Hos������  A Pure Wool Hose of solid  color with white random  effect of silk, half-inch  colored band at top, fine  knit reinforced heel, toe  and top, sizes S\ to 10.  Price:   $1.15  per pair.  mm ������.        ������m m   m   mt<mt w*^i jm*. <m, *���������  %/ imiM dm Wtf?%*   ll^ll  m     *       M������a>*  aa.    w. *    (m.   Twice-a- Week Delivery  Service in A lice Siding  v A  Vmjiva    */%S9r  Cbsnsnencing February 1st I a^na inaugurating  a Tuesday and Friday afternoon delivery in  connection with the rural mail service.*   ';������������������  Will deliver anything froni small parcels up to  500 pounds," deli very to be taken at mail  box location.  Minimum charge of 10 cents. *Stage leaves  Creston afc 4 p.m.  To ensure delivery telephone instructions must  reach us by 12Vclock noon of mail days;  M  BB  cOR EATH S  iiiiiiiiiiiii nil iiinm iiiiiirinmiJii t^wrwiiniiiTfi-rnTTiniiiiiiiii'iitiiM iii'iimi iiiHiiiimiiiniiniiiiii'TB  Our Service  The Bank, was established in 1875, and  during a period ol naore thas mly years  Branches have been established from time  to time at carefully chosen points. The service at all Branches is local and -personal,  but it is also world-wide iii scope.; Amoder������  ate- dksed-Bank ^  with a- friendly interest in its clients.     lss  ���������a.-:.. Of ISAStAJnd*.. --;--,.  CRESTON BR^IGH        r        - C. W. ALIJEN, Manager.  Branches at Ivetgterw. Cranbrook *aA Perni. .  consists   in   spending  less  than  von earn.   .'.'.'  If by careful economy you can  save mottey, you have taken a  long step toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings bal*  ances and  shall   welcome your  450  +m4m*.*%+mmim, <���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20^000*000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Manager  WffWWWI  I  ME AT,. M-ERCH ANTS  jTRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ocononiionl dish, onisy to nerve.  Shamrock BranU HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality,  FRESH nd CURED FISH  all -varlotloa.  Choicest BEES', PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL. POUL TR Y FOOD  IncrouROfj vkk production and niodticow iwtter poultry.    Buy th������ baat.  1  aa '; *jfTrri������   ���������p-e'VinPTv. ���������  CTfESTO??,-   T>.    0:.  ^"SPs  jr^Tstniblf*  due to ACtO  IHZ*O*S,T\0**  &C3S> STOMACH  MEAOACHe  w^gES-HMlSgA,  I  figging* jf-j*** TkSy *1&jmIc  1  Many people, two hours after eating, suffer indigestion as tliey call it.  It is usually excess acid. Correct it  with, an alkali. The best way. the  quick, "Harmless and efficient way, ia  Phillips" Milk of Magnesia. It has re-  maiueci for 50 years the standard with  physieians. One spoonful in water  neutralizes many times its volume in  stomach acids, and at once. The sym-  toma disappear in five minutes.  You -will never use crude methods  when you know this better method.  And youuwilI.never suRer from excess  acid when you prove out this easy relief. PLease do that���������for your own  sake���������now.  Ss sure to g-et the. genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia prescribed cy physicians tor 50 years in correcting excess  ! acids. Each, bottle contains lull direc-  J tions���������any drugstore.  (By Betty Barel������y>  BAKED OEANOE CUSTARD  ftp-**'    vniira  Ml  i egg white  Vi  cup sugar  Few grains salt  Orated viad 1 orange  VL cup orange juice  m, cups milk  Beat yollta and white of eggs un-  l'evl.4-.  art A  e������U  m*a������at1  Tins   Changing "World  OUtU    AXO**.A.%J'A**      *w  orange rind and orange juice. Scald  milk in double boiler; pour gradually,  while stirring constantly, over egg  mixture; pour Snto buttered custard  cups, placed in a pan of hot water,  and bake in a moderate oven until  custard becomes firm. Cooi, and  serve with whipped cream on top, or  turn out and surround with sections,  of orange and orange syrup.  Annual stock-taMng is a wise procedure on the part of every individual  absolutely essentia! in the case of th-a man in business if  he is to make a success of the enterprise in. which he is engaged. This  is true whether the man be the manager of a large industrial concern, or the  owner of a small country store. It also applies to the man who is engaged  in the business of farming because to succeed he must know where he made  money and where he lost it; he must find the leakages before he can plug  up the holes.  Any such stock-taking should include a study of the trend of business  throughout the country and the world to the extent that such study ia possible. Especially, ia view of the close commercial relations ex'siihg ne-  tween them, and the fact that they do a larger business with each other  than with any other country, the people of Canada and the United States  should understand not only what is taking place in their own country, but  also in the neighboring country. For these reasons recent analysis of  United States business in 1928 as compared with 1927 are of value lo  Canada.  These comparative studies reveal some startling developments and  trends in business. For example, soft coaE output decreased 6.1 per cent.  and petroleum production QJ& per cent, while the output of electricity increased 9.2 per ont-, thus indicating the rapidity with which electric power  is overtaking steam power. Railway carloadings dropped 0.6 per cent, and  gross railway income by millions of dollars, but freight movement by motor  trucks progressed over a larger mileage, and. mail and express movements  were heavier, while the output of automobiles, increased 24 per cent., thus  showing the modern trend to more rapid transportation of commodities.  Department store sales increased 1.1 per cent., mail order sales jumped  14.9 per cent., and chain store sales 17.1 per cent. On the other hand.  -wholesale trade fell off 1.5 per cent., indicating steady progression in more  direct selling from producer to ultimate consumer. Possibly one of the effects of this development is found in the increase of 1.2 per cent, in the  number of business failures, notwithstanding the year waa one of great  production, large constructive development and prosperity.  The modern trend in tbe larger use of electricity, more and still  more and efficient machinery,, and more direct and rapid transportation is  emphasized by the fact that, in a year of amazing growth in production  and construction, employment decreased 3.3 per cent. In contrast with  this la the fact that union wage rates were 0.4 per cent, higher, indicating  that, while there was decreased employment, those in employment  were paid slightly higher wages.  The buying power of United States farmers rose 6 per cent., revealing  an Improvement in the agricultural situation. Business profits rose 11 per  cent., savings bank deposits 3.9 per cent., life insurance sales 5 per cent.  The above ngures would seem to indicate certain factors and lessons  deserving of earnest consideration by all business men. The fact that business profits rose 11 per cent, but business failures increased indicates that  the business man who keeps bimself informed of, and adjusts his operations  ln conformity with, changing conditions succeeds while the uninformed and  ultra-conservative loses out. To the artizan, clerk and- working man the  figures seem to say that in this machinery age the man with knowledge  and initiative, in a word, the efficient man, is in demand and at even higher  wages, while the inefficient finds increasing difficulty in securing work.  The same economic forces are at work in Canada as in the United  States, and the same tendencies are to be noted, the only difference  being that this country is not so highly industrialized and has much greater  natural resources still in an undeveloped state calling for manual labor. In  the commercial worid, especially in tiie retail merchant class, the problem ot  the mail order house, the chain store, the consolidation of merchandizing  in the hands of great concerns, and tho allied problems of transportation  and distribution, aro becoming quite as acute, and if he is not to go under  the small dealer must meet these changing conditions. ' He cannot do It  alone, single-handed, but hia chances of success are good through co-operation.  In the past few years, and particularly in 1928, a great change has  taken place on our western Canada farms through the Introduction of the  combine, tho motor truck, and the building of good roads. Through those  means production will be Increased on the one hand, while less human labor  will be required���������that Is, there is the same tendency in agriculture as in  manufacturing industry, This means that, large as western farms aro on  the average compared with other countries, they will, as operating units,  become larger, with all the changes Involved. Here, too, the further application of co-operative principles and methods will make for success.  THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING  1 cup mayonnaise  2 hard-eooked eggs  2 tablespoons  tomato  catsup  2 tablespoons    pimento     stuffed  olives  2 tablespoons chili sauce  2 tablespoons pickled onions.  To the mayonnaise add all of the  other ingredients finely chopped.  .  Fertilisers From Trail, B. C  Further experiments with superphosphate from the smelter at Trail,  B. C, will be conducted in 1929 by  the Alberta Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the Dominion experimental farms and C.P.R.  experimental farms. An abundant  quantity of this fertilizer -will be  available to meet demands.  mm  Headaches may b& swiftly and safely relieved by an Aspirin  tablet. A most efficient remedy, and there's no after effect; its  use avoids much needless suffering. Try it next time; see how  soon its soothing influence is felt. Just as helpful when you hav$  *a cold; neuralgia, neuritis, rheusnatism, lumbago. Just be certain  you get real Aspirin���������-the genuine has Bayer on the box, and  on every tablet. All druggists, with proven directions.^  fodoesN  Aspirin Is the trade mark '(registered In Canada) Indicating" Bayer���������JBantrfaettire.: White t*  Is wall fenown that Aspirin means, Bayer manufacture, to assure the public against Imitations, tb.* Tablets will t������ stamped with their "Bayer Cross" traderaaxb.  NEW HEALTH FOR  TIRED-OUT WOMEN  Found  in  the  Kich���������  Red  Blood  Dr. Williams* Pink Pills  Actually Make.  Anaemia  comes on  gradually, beginning* with   langour,    indisposition  to mental or bodily exertion,    irritability    and  a feeling-    of    fatigue.  Later comes the -palpitation ; of tlie  heart, headaches, frequent backaches  and often    disturbed    digestion and  an inability to obtain,rest at night.  Cases of this kind, if" neglected, become more serious;.. but if taken in  time there 3s no need, to worry.    Dr.  Williams* Pink Piiis, which are free  from any harmful or habit-forming  drug, are  Just the  tonic  needed to  remedy this wretched state of health.  These pills  actually make  the rich,  red    blood    that    stimulates      and  strengthens  every  organ and nerve  in the body.    Thus strength and activity return, the appetite    improves  and restful sleep is had.    What Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills can and will do  Is shown by the case of Mrs. D. "B.  Fanning,    Seal  Harbor,  N.S.,     who  says:���������"I was ln a badly run-down  condition.    I was pale, my  appetite  was very poor  ,and  the least exertion would leave me completely tired  out.   In fact I was hardly able to da  much work abottt the house.    I decided to try Dr. Williams*- Pink Pills  and after taking a few .boxes   can  truthfully say I had gained greatly  ln health and strength and was able  to go about my work with no sign  of tho former weakness.      1 cheerfully recommend them to nil others  who may  be in a run-down  condition."  "You can get the pills from your  druggist, or by mail at 60 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Farm Machinery Furehases  Farmers Of Southern Alberta Made  Heavy Investments Last Year  Accordng to an estimate appearing in "The Lethbridge Herald,"  some ������7,250=000 waa spent Sn Southern Alberta during 1928 for new au-  tos? ��������� trucicsL tractors,.: combines and  other such farm machinery. The  classification is . as follows: Automobiles and trucks, $2,500,000;. Combines, $1,000,000; tractors, y $l;25O,O0Q,  and other machinery, $2,500,000. At  harvest time a surveyfshow������M there  were 551 combines and 2,250; trucks  in operation on the Lethbridge railway division. ���������'..,.'''.'  Alberta Wool  ''Dad, what is ..influence ?'%..,.  f'Influence, my fboy,;yis what ypu  think you have tiU ypu try to use  it."   " " '".'        ".*'"'   '���������'  Over Fifty-seven   Thousand   Dollars  Realized By Sheep Association.  Cheques to the value of $57,398.5f  have been sent out to members of  Alberta Sheep Breeders' associ-  ied but;' and rang-  a  pound.   The "wool was shipped to1 the.  Canadian  Co-operative   Wool  Growers/ ���������-.*foor*ontp,? where  it was  grades  under go^er^^  ation for wool  ing in. price from 24 to 38 cents  Paring, a corn is both risky ano  ineffective. It is much better to use  Holloway's Corn Remover and eradicate them entirely.   . Y  Mothers Value this ?ba.~Mother*  who iknowf how- suddenly:. ���������: croup,? may  seize their children and how "necessary prompt action is in applying relief always keep at hand a supply  of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because  experience hastaught them that this  is an excellent preparation, for tha  treatmentf off this ailment, f And they  are wise, for its- various uses "render  it a valuable medicine.  A woman graduate of Glasgow  University has become Scotland's  first woman minister.  "All* men are. born free tm&  equal 1" "Yes, but some get mar*  rled.M  *:���������'���������  Use Minard's Xlnlment for the Flo.  Most men who go to court dont  go* to get justice, but to get even.  | Csuard Against  FLU ���������  Sore Throat Tine First Warniiig.  Galahad had his good points, but  only our    higher    civilization could  produco    a    drug    clerk who  says. I  "Thank you" after selling a postaga  stamp.  Complete in Itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator does not require  tho assistance of any other medicine  to make It effective. It does not  fall to do its work.  Pew families will escape. This epidemic constitutes a real danger. Health  authorities everywhere warn the public of tho danger of tho common cold.  "Flu'' usually starts with Sore Tin-oat.   "Unless the germs are killed by some  antiseptic  treatment  r*. ucrlouff malady mny *l������v������1op.  A simple treatment is to gargle the throat threo times dally with  Mewlllnc*. The antiseptic properties of nSTorvlltno quickly destroy thc germs  Sn the throat. Of courae If tho chest io sore NervlUno should bo rubbed ovor  tiie affected area���������lota ot tubbing���������It oar^t burn a blister, but wilt brimj  out the congestion and break up tho cold.  Ta prevent "Flu" or cdlda front fialtoJng headway Nervillne wilt prove  sriioat *ifi!ectivo, It lu hardly tweemiory to point out that thc bowcla nhould bo  (Klmulatcd, and the ������y������tom purffod of alii waste materials. For this purpose  Dr. KmuilUm'rtf I-iiiu aro rcccmuncucica. "in������y uvi witiioui jjrvipuijs u������ uittoum-  tort ot any kind. TWh combination treatment of Nervillne and Dr. Hamilton** Fiilii will provo a very uat'iifactory pre vent lots .fa* Grlppa, Fiu, etc.  Rover's Punishment  Nurse (suspiciously); "What have  you been doing. Miss Ellen?"  Ellen: "Rover'a eaten my dolly's  clippers, so I've Just been punishing  him."  "How?"  ���������T-vo been to hia kennel and  cSrlnTccd his mill?."  Handling Days Recalled  Tho memory of ranching days In  Alberta  la preserved by  tho  place-  names,  Stavely, De Wlntou,    Cochrane, and Btlmaon.  M!nard''fl lAnlmenfc for tho Grlppo and  Pill.  W.    N.    U.    1770  i  Western Rept���������mnt&llirics:  HinNT������R������>MARTIN & CO., REGINA, BASIC, /1/V  THE - -RBVIBW,-" OKESTOtf, " B;   CJL-  EMBARGO BRINGS  PROTEST {ROM  Fa a -ss* s-ay a*-������   *s*g*rt * "a^r**!  KAULWftl HMP3  Ckss 8 Fairs  Montreal.���������The partial embargo  ,-placed against central European  colonists by the Dominion department of immigration and colonization drew from the Canadian Pacific  ������md Canadian National railways today a formal protest.  The "decision, it was claimed in a  statement issued by the presidents  ������f the companies, will not only, work  distinct hardship on both transportation systems but will* destroy the  faith the governments, whose people are affected, have in Canada.  The companies deny they are interested in moving colonists froiu  siCu���������prex���������i*i*������v������ couna.ir.iS3 - sn ji.urops  rather than those from Great Britain or other northern European or  preferred countries.  The attitude of the transportation  companies was outlined in a statement issued to The Canadian Press  by the railway presidents, E. W.  Beatty and Sir Henry Thornton,  Will Urge Negotiation  Of Trade Agreement  Chinese Nationalist league Would  Develop Business With Canada  Vancouver.-^-Deveiopment of trade  between China and Canada through  the negotiation of a treaty between  their government and that of Canada is a major recommendation to  be voiced at the annual convention  of "Kuomintang, Chinese national  government at Nanking, by the  Steven delegates from Canada Seventy-five representatives of all  branches  of   the   Chinese   National  ' .1?'   -^ ^^ ^24. m fm        '������ "~S "*-* m. ~m   m.   .S mm rm .^ ., mm. mm... X. r^l .3 3 ... ...  their annua! conclave at Canadian  headquarters. Gore avenue and Pender street, and "will elect their representatives before the sessions end  Jan. 31.  New   Dates; Aro   Set   At -. Meeting  Held In Winnipeg  L Winnipeg.���������Tbe ��������� establishment nt  an eastern and'a western circuit of;  B. class fairs, and the setting of  dates for- fairs in each circuit, was  the principal result of a session ot  the Western Canadian Fairs association held at the Fort Garry hotel.  The Western Canada Association  of Exhibitions, which comprises the  class A fairs concluded their convention in the afternoon.  Archie Wilson of Saskatoon, heads  the Western Canada Association of  Exhibitions for the coming year, being elected president to succeed H.  W.* Abbott of Edmonton at the closing session. H. G. Smith, Regina,  was re-elected vice president of the  organization and S. W. Jones, Saskatoon, will continue in office as sec-  t et&rv-ireasur&r.  Johnny J. Jones was awarded the  contract for midway shows at class  A fairs.  Because the circuit of the Western Canada Fairs Association, had  become so unwieldy by reason of  the large number of fairs, it was divided into two circuits, and the dates  for fairs set as follows:  Eastern circuit���������Carman, ��������� June 28  to July 1; Estevan, July 3 to 6; Portage la Prairie,? July 8 to 10; Dau-.  phin, July 11 to 13; Prince Albert  July 15 to 17; Melfort, July 18 to  20; Yorkton,' July 22 to 27.  Western circuit���������Weyburn, July 8  to 10; Assiniboia, July 11 to 13:  Lethbridge, July 15 to 20; Red Deer  July 22 to 24; Camrose, July 25 to  27, Vegreville, July 29 to 31; Ver--  milion, Aug. -1 to 3; I_-loydminster;  Aug. 5 to 7; North Battleford, Aug.  8 to 10.  RECEIVES-IMPORTANT POST  ;^^^mpmmpr-p.smm  o    -9  ���������sua* ������  Dr. Charles R. Best, callaborator  with I>r. F. G. Banting In the discovery of insulin, has been appointed  to the chair of physiology of the Uni-  esss  Iraq Is Not Sufficiently Prepared to  Defend Itself , '  ; London.���������Differences- between the  British and Iraq, gcvemsnents- over  the ability or otherwise of Iraq to  defend itself have resulted in the  resignation of the Iraq cabinet under Premier Aska Jafar Pasha of  Askeri.  The Britishy authorities hold the  ���������view that Iraq, placed under Brit-;  atn"s protection after the war, is not  yett ready to - assume full responsibility for its defence.  A. treaty between the British and  Iraq governments in 1923 provides  the responsibilities of Great Britain  as a mandatory power shall be terminated when Iraq is admitted to  the League of Nations.  Iraq has a population of nearly  3,000,000, practically all Mohammedans, its chief city is Bagdad, and  tlie territory is east of Arabia, comprising 150,000 square miles.  The real difficulty.it is pointed out  URGES p^uy  FEELING BETWEEN  Tiifti   NXTIAUC  versity    of     Toronto.     Ke   succeeds.     -���������-     -   ��������� *   Prof. J. J.R. MacLeod, who left,To-' is* London is that even.the existin;  iOiiLo to return to the University of, egp-ewients- between    Great    Britain  Aberdeen.  Exhibition May  BeRe-Established'Cresses At!ailtic ln  and Iraq are   not   fulfilled   particularly -with regard to military and "ft  nancial  matters,  including   railways  and forts.  Winnipeg  Ratepayers  Will  Vote  On  Question in March  Winnipeg.���������An    exhibition   - whieh  the    promoters    hope    will    take    a  .prominent place  among  the  exhibitions    of    the    Dominion    is    being  P������4*?jao    Vnv  * S. *UAt4>      a VA  Two Will Be Given far "Best Work  ,in Cancer Investigation  London.���������The .grand council of the  British Empire cancer campaign announced approval of an offer of two  prizes of   $2,500  each,   in  1931  and  Steamer's   lifeboat  New York.���������J._* Ramsay  MacDon- ,-  aid,  former premier of Great  Brit- {  aim, in an article under his name iu   *-  the  current   issue   of   Thc   Nation,  Liberal   weekly,   makes   a   plea  for  the* iradersta.ndiao' public snen of the :���������  two nations "to meet and drag from  the ��������� obscure corners of sulky suspicion  the. things  that  make   difficul-   %  ties between us."  The relations between the United  States and Great Britain   grow   increasingly unhappy,"   he   says.     "A  spirit is growing^ in  the two  countries which is estranging them and _,  is encouraging a kind of squabbling   *���������  ciitieism which destroys mutual un- >  dcrstanding and forebearance."  - "Have both of us failed to observe -r  how easy it is to slip into war fo* ;f  nothing, how ready popular hna������- ~:  iiiation is io "be aet Oii Sre by any- ".  one���������even an almost anonymous ,  newspaper proprietor���������who cares j.*-"- .  light a match?" He asks, then continues: * _,  "This is no case for private ana ^  unofficial action and conferences. .  The " governments must- act. Botn "���������:  countries ought to appoint five-~qr..f  six outstanding men to discuss our  Frost-Bittien   During   Voyage  New York.���������-Matthew Badderley,  planned at Winnipeg, according tojyou-thful cheese cart driver of Ches-  Wesley McCurdy, director,  speaking1  Stowaway From England Had Feet j differences.    Mayhap fresh air would           ��������� ��������� clean our minds of them."  to -   western     exhibition    authorities  meeting here yesterday.  Winnipeg, ratepayers will vote  March '15 upon the question of  whether' or-itot they wish to authorize expenditure of $S5O,000 for the  re-establishment of the city's exhibition. ."  "- ���������-  An increase in the number of con; for ^ ori ^    lece of  reuls   throughout  the   Dominion   will ^^ ���������,; .-^i' w������i������������H^-.-������f n������r,������i-i  also "be sought Byy tiie;. detegJates from  Canada.    Consulates  are at preseut  maintained    only    at    Ottawa    and  Vancouver.  P There are 75 branches of the  league in Canada;/withf three divisions, governing the east, middlewest  and west, ? There is a yf Canadian  membership of more than 10,<300.  Haw  work, in th^ investigation of cance-t  ca^ed'^out>f.lh'^'th"e British Empire.  They will be known as the Carton  prizes. -y."'?.-v'f  The report of the Medical Research- ^Council, summarizing the  work of various research centers in  1927, claixhs malignant y growths in  the early: stages- of cancer can be  removed by the .radium treatment as  efficaciously - as f by' any surgical  means. '  WiH Take King To Sussex  London.���������Preparations are going  forward for the removal of King  George to Bognor in Sussex as soon  as his doctors decide that the time  is opportune. The King will travel  the* 65 miles td the yCoast resort in  a large car fitted so that he can lie  as comfortably as in his bed at  Buckingham, palace.  hire county, England, completed a  stormy crosising of the Atlantic in a  lifeboat, an uncomfortable but not a  dangerous journey, for the lifeboat  all the time was hanging in its davits on the liner Lancastrian. For 10  days the stowaway stuck it out  through, storm and cold, living on  the' emergency rations in his hiding  place. . He kept his hand's warm  against his body, but his feet were  frost-bitten and just before the ship  reached quarantine the pain drove  him forth.  He collapsed while telling his story  ; but was revived- and put to bed in  South African Tourists  Greeted By Snowstorm  Students Wanted Thrill and Got It  In Toronto  Toronto.���������In the midst of a blinding snowstorm 37- students of South  African.' universities arrived here in  the course of their tour of TJnited  States and Canada.  "Just what we wanted," one oz-  them exclaimed heartily, though  citizens of Toronto were finding the  storm troublesome.  C.������ N. R. Station At The Pas Is Of-  $   ficlally Opened -f;  ;   The Pas.���������Another chapter in the  development  of   northern ; Manitoba  was written today when the  Canadian National Railways'   new   $75,-  : 000*   station   was   officially    opened  here. ^  ? A ceremony was held at the new  station, which is situated in the  heart of the town. Maj. J. G. Mac-  Lachlan, district engineer of the C.  N. R.r, turned -,the station key oyei  to Y. I. Smart;; general superintend-'  ent -ofytransportatipn, ; who opened  tho door of the station to the pub-  ���������ita.."'*".'.?j.'.--y .?M'    :' . ���������'.;������������������*���������-. ������������������ '.-���������-  King's  Condition Improves  London.���������Continued improvement  in the health of the King today led  the court officials to begin planning;  the regular levees and other functions of the season. The first leveef  at which the Prince of Wales will  preside, will bo held at St. James  palace on Feb. 28. The King's physicians have made it known that he  must spend no more winters in England, and that he must seek a  warmer climate for several months  each year. "       ���������,������������������;.���������-,;  Wr������TO  For  London.���������Rudolph Chambers Led-  mann is dead at Bourne End after  a, long illness. He was famous as aa  oarsman and. rowing coach and also  for the light, witty verses which he  contributed to  "Punch/'  back to his eheese cart.  "We  were    counting    on    Canada  the ship's hospital.  7He will be sent J for ^Q tliri11  of real cold weather,  lots of snow and the novelty of ice  hockey," T. Thorpe, Capetown university spokesman for the visitors  said.  The - students were the guests of  Toronto university and left for Montreal for a yi^it to McGill university.  Before completion of the tour the  students will have been away from  home for three months and ������fc ill have  tsuvelled 25,000 miles.  Treating  Drug'Addlcts  Geneva.���������Noatake Sato, the Japanese League of Nations representative, has informed the international  opium committee that \ Japan wa?  successfully applying medical treatment to Korean morphine addicts.  Out of 684 Cases, 660 had been sent  1 to hospitals and cured.  BACK FROM THE BARRENS  New Senator Appointed  Ottawa.���������Hanco, J. Logan, former  Liberal member for Cumberland, N.  S., In the House of Commons, has  b^en appointed to the {Senate, filling  the vacancy in, that body caused hy  the death of Senator W,B. Ross  Announcement of the appointment  ,waa made at tbie prime minister's of-  'flco.  Cnnada'H Record Wheat Tlcld  Ottawa.-���������Canada's, yield of wheat  tor the ycai" 1028 amounted to 533,-  571,700 bushels. "This is tho highest  on record and thc ��������� tlrst timo that  Canada hau harvested a crop of over  half a billion bushels. This announcement was made in the- crop  report just iflsund by tho Dominion  bureau pf atatietlco.  Director of Cattle Annoi-Jutton  Brantford, Oat.���������R. B. Fait, for  20- years editor of tlio Farm Jour-  cal, haa "beo-n appointed director of  eHt.e*n!"ilo*n of tho TlolRtein Frlenlan  association of Canada. Hia hcad-  KinMHilct:.. will Lt In I2r.-.ntfcrfl.  ***Am*AmmWs**mAAm**WlmmWmmAA  Believes ; Soviet * Hulo Over  Montreal.���������The Soviet experiment  in Russia had failed tragically ami  its endurance was now but a question of the patience of the Russian  people, according to his imperial  highness the Grand Duke Alexander  Mlchallovltch, brother-in-law of tlie  late'-cjsdr, cousin by marriage to  Kins George; who has arrived here.  Tlie grand duke was certain tliat his  countrymen would not suffer the  yoke of the communists very much  longer.  w. -k.   ur.   m&  Wo Tour   Europe '  Ottawa.^~-Arrangemcnts have been  concluded here for tho European  tour of a large party of Canadian  club members. The group whicli it  is expected will draw members from  every part of tlio Dominion, is to  sail from Montreal aboard the liner  Laurentic Juno 8.  Ratifies Kellogg Treaty  Action of Lithuania May Affect Dispute Between Russia and Poland  Kovno, Lithuania.���������-The Lithuanian government ratified the anti-war  Kellogg pact.  Ratification of the Kellogg pact  by Lithuania has significance ln its  beating, upon negotiations between  Russia and Poland for a special protocol applying the pact in a localized sense to the states that touch  the western frontier of Russia. Poland and Lithuania have been at  orids over frontier questions and  over the ownership of Vilnai a city  which Lithuania claims as its legitimate capital but which is now held  by Poland.  immttwzs**?^ -mii!^^^^^  It* Actlsi]? f������ostitna������t������r  Ottawa.���������William H. Pennock, fore  ���������several yoara assistant postmaster  at Ottawa, has. been named acting  p'*.������i*Ty*������r������������(**������T. rrh������> vm.ir*mif*iy wom r*ir(v  atcd by tho death recently of An-  dt*������"w G. Acre***.  Although ho h������wi not been out of  tlio Barren lands for fifteen years,  George Yandle, trapper, maintained  a f1w������ p.vnm nf civilisation. Tho first  thing he did when ho got to Tho Pas  ���������ho did not oven wait until ho  reached Winnipeg���������was buy himscii  a pair of npata with Kippers, Yandle  acted as Interpreter when Count Ilia  Tolstoy entertained tho ISsltlmoa. in  tho far north. The photograph,  which waa taken outeldo tho Canadian NfiMonral Railway*) ntntlon in  Winnipeg:.  Juet   after  the  trio's   ar-  Decline fin Dairy Production  Winnipeg. ���������"High, spring feed  prices and tempting offers by American buyers for dairy cows caused a  felting off in total dairy production  for 1928 in Manitoba, according to  Alex. McKay, president of the butter manufacturer's section of tho  Manitoba Dairy association. Tho  year, on the whole, was successful,  the president intimated in his address.  rival, flhowfl Yandle; Tolstoy, In the  centre; and W. J. Caaol, photographer. Count Tolstoy, who is tbe  grandson of the great Ruignlan writer  and philanthropist, headed an expedition Into the Barrens to study  the migration habits of the caribou,  and somo unuiiuul photographs werj  obtained of the immense herds. Atter  spending? a day In Winnipeg, tho  party, together with five Eskimo  dogs, worth $00 apiece, went to  Tlmagaml, tho Ontario forest reserve, for further study of wild an*  Lmata. and thence to Now York,  Wireless For rlMane������  . Toronto.���������Provincial air force  'planes will bo equipped this year  ���������with wirelcFis, so they mny send reports to headquarters from any din-  tonce up to 400 mites it has been announced.  Report Severed Relation*  lierUn.���������An entir^y unconfirmed  report circulated In Berlin Raid Japan had severed diplomatic relation*  with Rusnia. The nourco or the rut*  port.  vw4*.h   kH>4.  kllOWIX. THIS  CBESTOff  BBYEBW  The    announcement    in    the   Creston  ' Review of December 28, 1-928, and  January  4.   1929,  re   GARAGES  GOING    ON   GASH    BASIS  was signed by the following:   /  PREMIER GAKAGE,  A1.V^V J-JUJ.1A*. A       VIXJLJLV1J.V.U}  ORESTON MOTORS.  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE  STATION.  This was an error, and should have  only been signed fey the f oilowings  Premier Garage, Creston  Kootenay Garage, Creston  Erickson Battery Service Station, Erickson  Please do not ask these Garages for Credit.  Local and Personal  ��������� Fob EvENTr���������Fitfe room house,  good  iGCnviOD.      IT. Sjl. JaCkouu. CrSS&OS*  Fob Sams���������2 tons alfalfa* $15 a ton  at stack.    K. E.-Paulson, Creston.  Orthrtphohic .Vibtrohte $4S.&>. S115  and SgittG. ano np. Ureston mug es  Book Stored _.  Hay Fob 8Ai.K--H.ay in stack, $12  per ton, cabb only. A.. Stuart Evans,  Gamp Lister,  ������.������  ~4. ^  m.'  ���������. 3-Ct.OS'  Gr-taJOpeloc! tC  Mrs. A.  Printed Butter Wraps at Review Office  phonofs-raph and 40 records.  L. Palmer, Creston.  Mm* Hessingtsn, who has been en s  visit with WynndH friends^ returned  to Oreston on Tuesday.  For SAt������B:~Fonr gasoline lamps,  tank, wire and pumps, will sell cheap.  Presbyterian I^xdies's Aid.  One 4-tube Radiola. with aerial,  tubes and batteries complete. *f2S.  Oreston Drug & Book Store. v  Miss A. Anderson of the Review  staff! vvn������ with Cranbiook and Ktm-  berley friends "at the weekend.  Fios Fob SAi.B-~*Choice young pigs,  six.-weeks old February 5th, $6 each.  John H. Miller, (Alice Siding),Oreston.  The Premier Gavage reports the sale  of a 1029 Ford sedan to Dr. Henderson,  who took delivery at the end of the  week.  Mrs. Jas. Mux well, who has been on  a visit with her son, Denzil, at Cranbrook the past week, has returned  home.  Oreston and District Women's Institute have the February meeting on  Friday afternoon next. 8th, in Trinity  United Church hall. Standing committees for the;  year  will be chosen.  W  i  - ������-* <a*s *P ik/* E^? s>-  '" f+*3 mT^mmm.. jAECrrOlCt.  c^He      A\t\0 LW*.���������-���������.  ^       ofCbevxo^-       .^^ss  ..     _.4.U Chevrolet%UeVffolet  *s*,*sK is tatftf*^ *T~t the ������c^������^eme������t*  **    ?Zz the ***** ^ncePttot* ot n������ _ oX  *m������������^  *s*,*sK is tatftf*^ *T~t the ������c^������^eme������t������  ������WW^~ con*** ieXS0l Cheviot ������"        _. ������*  o<,^g Ch*"01* o1       ^.pVeee. ***ftfU*S  *  '���������^���������1-V.  3z:  vclop^e^ *^c time a*������ 1?  ^^jtc a note  ST*  .V  2S^  \.:s.  GRAND THEATRE,     CRESTON  Under tho auspices of The Kootenay Garage  IB  Tuesday, Feb. Sth, "J.���������  MOVING PICTURES SLIDES  ���������������������������'���������'h .',  ' -:<A..  'iv Vi',>;  ',������r. ���������������  "���������. ^  ���������'V  ���������������������������������������������i-ij'.-.-.' ���������  HWWPWBW?'  DANCE   IMMEDIATELY   AFTER   DEMONSTRATION  in the  GRAND. THEATRE BALLROOM  ADWIISSION   FREE FIRST-CLASS  MUSIC  Bo Vou somefflites  ^LWOt^gL^m^AtSmSm XltmiWMm^i^mf  'O  a  1  B  rs  B  This problem is so easily^  solved when you have on hand  a good assortment of Canned  Goods sueh, as Canned  Vegetables, Caimed ^.Fruits,  Canned Meats,CannedFishm  .....~-       -. i* ���������?���������-- .-'- :.,-���������'..    .* .'";.'  Buy an assortment and prove  for yourself the ease with  which you can plan^he everyday meals. Canned GroocSs  are hot expensive and bring  to your table a variety of the  world's finest foods.  Creston Valley Cooperative A$sn:  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  ��������� WW  Latest Styles and Shades.  Men who prefer the best  quality Hat can have their  choice from our stock.  Also other lines of Hats  frosn  $4/75  up*  SPEERS  Dry Goods.       Groceries.     Furniture.      Hardware  nfUFtais-:-" '-.w������lllle........ .:.>.itlHi".'.. ��������� ,v-iflHi*������;.  Dependability and  Prices Right  That'* two thing* yota can b* sur*  when ristalinu with us.  How about buy-Insr a Hoator or Kan-fto nn  a Ohrlfltmaw l'pflnnnt. for your *wlfo and  homo,  Wo havo %\\a oxolualvo anrpnoy !n Oro������ton  for tho 8 3VT P ltanffo������ ancl HoatorH ������ti������1 aro  ablo to glvo you n Batigo or Hoator uqunl  In ntJco and" of a ncttor quality than any  similar article purohoaod from any mail  orrler houoo.  Thoflo HatiffOfl nnrl Hontorn aro'built of  tho boat raw matcrlalis available, aro ooa-  Btruoto'l -with oxaotlnn; oaro thronchoiit,  and poHAORH all tlio latent labor ana Jfuol  Havlnp; foaturoo.  Wo aro carrylnllr a oomnloto lino of  ijOiftrorH't>'uiU)ir.ot). Xlua 'X\h.I HVoulo. Uri.i  Btool, HaruwcKMl, Solf-Tomjiorlnff Bprinff  Ut/atH.  Whon breaking a loaf ln your oar aprlnnf  lot ������ih roplaoo it with n. now ono marlo of  tho vory boot fttool. Oomploto uprlnarfl for  earn, truulcu, trailers inado to ortlor on short  notloo.  0**  Umkm\i\\      Huiablng  llmsmitle  0*1  jgjj

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