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 Provincial library *Pl ������  "\  - .rV'/  iT^wt^canp,  '���������-������������������.  Vol   XX.  ORESTON, ,B. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1029  No. 51  \  Boxing Tourney  February 27th  .arier a recess ot aatnosi sever* years  4.* M ��������� -  -       . . ������ -     .   _   .  jgaiu&  ������S  vxr*,*.  nesday; February 27th, when28ronnd;s  of milling will be presented, including  four feature bouts and three -good prs-  iaueinariea.  The fight test will he staged at the  Grand Theatre and is under the direct  Post Canad  J  during the  big freight rush,   left  onj  Monday to resume his work as iocoui*;  otive forman at that point.  Mrs. G. Cam, sr., and Mrs. Cam, jr.,  are Nelson visitors this week.  Mr. Neil of Proctor is renewing Sirdar acauaintances this week.  Cttigary.  *   II 4.   ������1.1 uciba,  son c: ts  ,��������� tha n������,  eOn  9lrt/4j       .  ....X4-J  rara. *a. jMHtSf on  is on a visit at Sirdar, returning from  a visit with her mother at Slocan Cifcv.  Mrs. Jas. Paseuzzo is in Cranbrook  at present. w here she Is unuer medicai  treatment.  Dennes  R.  as  Ian legless, who have beets most fortunate in secnring the servioes'of Dean  Peairs of Nelson, a former Creston  boy. who made a name for himself in  amateur boxing dirties at Kellogg and  xVlullan; Idaho, and who wilt hook up  with Mike Scherrup of Bonners Ferry,  who as likely to prove a worthy opponent. They meet in the feature Jfegut  which is sure to be fast- and anterest-  ing.     They wall go sis rounds.  Ted Bush, a Creston boxer, who has j  already won considerable Fame, will  meet Jimmy Mailholland cf Trail in a  six-round tilt. The latter is very  clever and has a record as a clean  fighter. Ted will have to step to win  this bout, but he is working hard, and  will enter the rang in better shape  *th;sn ever before.  Geo. Davie of Canyon and Jimmy  Locshead are to mix over the three-  round route* fjockhead has been seen  in action before. Has stuff is fast, and  he likes 'em hard. This will be Davie's  -first appearance in the squared circle  stj Creston, but- he has the rt^nufcation  " of beang one of the cleverest boxers in  the.imperial army,  Louis Anderson, of Kitchener, aa.d  "Buster" Boss, another local promising %t tnateur,' will go fotaa* rounds.  This is their first public.appearance  vacation this week.  taking   an   enforced  H.e is on the sick  list.  Mr. ECir.caid of Revelstoke is a business visitor at Sardar.  Mrs. Mailer of Field left on Thursday  last for "Vancouver on a visit with her  daughter, who is a student in -the B.O.  University.  and they aref/fejbov^iag   should -give the fan's flhear . money's!  worth. ,f. . .        -;  The artists for the preliminaries  will be picked from the following boys:  Reg, Smith, Bid. Clark. J ack O'Brien,  Harry Russell, Irving Ferguson. Lam  bert Spencer, Raymond Bevan, .Rod.  Putnam, Harry Johnson, Earl Christie, Arthur Speers, Manuel Irving.  The first preliminary is at 8 prompt.  Popular prices of admission. Reserve  ���������seat plan at the drugstore.  Eric "Wood of Kimberely was a visitor with his parents, Mr and Ma-s.  Jas. Wood, last week.  Miss J. Allan of Yahk was a visitor  here last week, a guest of Miss. 33.  Hagen;  Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lsatay of Creston were visitors h*������re last week, and  were guests at the St. Valentine dance.  Cari Millet of Boawell was a visitor  here, the guest of Miss E.  Davis.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Andestad were Craa-  brook visitors at the first of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Benedetti left on  Sunday for Cranbrook, where Mrs.  Benedetti will undergo an - operation  at St. Eugene hospital.  Ted Rowlands,of Trail was a week-  . Jack Doddp is a Yahk visitor at present, a guest- of bis .sister, Mrs. Wall  Percival. \''>.\  ���������Mr. and Mrs. %?ic. HaWson got back  on Tuesday last from their honeymoon  trip and are now comfortably settled  at their home on the Davison ranch.  Erickson has had a few signs of .spring the past week,' including wasps,  caterpillars and robins,  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staples were  calling on^BonnerSvFeny friends one*  day last week.    ,"     ,  .Gerald Cragie was a business visitor  at Yahk on Monday* taking: a load of  apples to tbat towsW    -  Mrs. F. V. Staples-, was a bridge hos-  toss on Monday- with three tables in  play, and the high-scare prize going to  Mis. R. M. Telford.^  The milder weather this week sees  pruning in full swing. J, Handley  anade the early start and has his own  work completed, ahd is now looking  after the Celli orchard pruning.  The pupils of Erickson school enjoy  ed an oldtinae sleighing patty on Fri  day evening. Slebding was continued  until about ten o'clock, adjournement  was takep to the schoolhoaa3t> wriere a  fivumptuous supper, -was served, with  Mrt). Botterill and Ma-s. Frank Botterill  in charge.  Local and Personal  Sl^eSssff"'  Mr. and Ma-s. Kerry of Creston were  Sirdar visitors for a few daya last  week, guests uf Mrs. Martin,  Rev. A. Gariick of Creston whb here  for Anglican Church service on Sunday.  Miss Mooae bf Cranbrook i������ a visitor  here at present, a guest off hor slatea*,  Mrs. Quaife.  Mr. Miller of Field, who has heen on  the C.P.R. staff the past three weeks  6RAN0 THEATRE  Saturday, Fob.  23  Two Old Bovs with  Young Ideas.  gis.<jy vjfc...  . -.j������,'=    - '*.-v-v. -   *  Mrs. Woort and son, Ron., have gone  to Rossland. where they are oh a visit  with her daughter, Mrs. LseBarge.  Thc Women's Auxilnry itinoaance a  fancy dress carnival on Saturday,  March lOtb. Five splendid prizes for  costumes. Prizes for spot dance and  elimination waltz. Carnival novelties.  Faarther particulars later.  Saturday, February 23th, gingham  overall dance in old schoolhouse. Ladies 60 cente, gents 75 cents. Supper w  included.    Violin aud piano music.  The last of Wynndel's 1028 appleterop  wae shipped on Monday hy the Co Op*  erative Fruit Growers Association.  At the February meeting of the  Women's Auxiliary on Wednesday  last, Mas. Sexsmith on behalf of the  membera presented Mrs. R. Andestad  with a handsome morocco handbag as  a token of their appa-eciafcion of her  work'producing the musical faiiy play,  ������������������Slumberlund." with such financial  success.  The St. Valentiue whiBfc and da net-  on Thaarsday night last was quite a  succenB. Tho high score pri-7.es were  taken by Mias D. Butterfield ������and  Doaaglas Butterfield, while the crmnol-  ntion prizes woao won by Miss M, Pen-  son and Mr. Hulme. The proceeds  went to the community chair fund.  Mrs. G, A. Hunt of Kitchener spent  weekend with Creston friends.  Ma*s. C Senesael spent the weekend  at Kitchener, returning on Tuesday.  John Garfield was a business visitor  .at.Nelson this we^s;;' leayihg on. Tuea  The weather which was quite mild  at the weekend took the colder ehat^-ge  early Sunday morning when another  gale blew out of the north .for aiaost of  the day. smd provided 2 above"', izero  temperataire on Monday morning:, ft  was 4 above ^Taesday. "a  The C.P.R. are now operating as us-  u-il nvsrthe ssaairs sine and the night- and  day freight rush through Cresthn~ and"  Crow line points ceased at the first of  the week. When the rush was at its  height eight and nine ft eights a Say  paassed" through here.  All thoroughbred Rt������-������ek, chickens,  foxes, well bred dogs. etc., should have  cod liver oil at this time of year. ' We  have Our spring supply on hand and  this year it is only $1.75 per. gallon.. |ff  container extra. Creston Driag &  Book Store. ���������  Card ob* Thanks���������Mrs. G. M.  Benney and family wish to thank the  many friends for the. acta of kindness  and -expressions of sympathy; foa* the  letters and flowers rnceived an thrir  sad bereavement in the loss of their  daughter and sister. Marguerite.  Mrs. Herb Gobbett, who is an charge  of the O.6.I.T. group of Trinity TJn-  ited Church nnd'Mrs. R. C. Phillips,  were hostesses to the group members  at a St. \ alentine party in the church  basement on Thaarsday night last at  which a most enjoyable time was  spent.  A   featme of   the ���������"fourth degree*  spread at the February meeting of the  Masonic Lodge,- on Wednesday night,  was the presentation of a past master's  jewel to W. Fraser.   The presentation  was made in feticitous'terras hy R.W.  Bro.  Mallandaine.   and  was suibalYly  acknowledged  by  the recipient.    ' In  its long history W. Bro. Fraser is bw&  the second master to be favored with  two terms an succession in charge of  No, 5*.  February Session  Board off Trade  There was little other than routine  business to occupy *ho attention of  Creston Board of Trade members at'  the February session oa Tuesday night  last, at which Pa-esiderret Mallandaine  occupied the chair. The treasurer's  statement foa* 1928, which showed a  balance of $33, with all debts paid, was  adopted aa read, and payment of $10.  was authorized to square off the deficit  on the vnnual dinner in January.  W. J* Craig was elected to membership and in this direction the ..board  ameneded the bylaws -as to biermber-  ship. In future members in arrears  for due foa* three mouths will be dropped from the roll.  The trio entrusted with the work of  striking the boaid's standing committees for 1029 made a very thorough job  'of it. The mimher of committees has  been reduced to the minimum and in  the clean up the time honored Reclamation, Legislation and Finance Committees hove gone by the board. For  this year the committees area   -  Publicity���������Major Mallandaine, Geo  Johnson, R S- Bevun.  Putnam,  C, O.  ELsx Fob Saus���������Alfalfa^hayfor sale.  $15 tun aat barn. A. R. Bernard.Caaup  Lister. ��������� P:'    .  W. Cm Fields and  Chester CoEikiiiB .  in  ���������Two Flaming  Circus freaks, boxing kangaroos ��������� they'll burn tho  town down with laughter.  Oar C?fffW'nr Cw*i/t.'i',{f*t  ii SPANKING "AGE!"  M - G - M News  AIIgg Siding  20 of the *23 mall boxen requisitioned  have now boen erected ������o that most of  out citizens aro now gotting thoir mail  by the free delivery.  R. Stewart,1b the first to commence  1020 pruning, but nriw that fini������ weath*  or appears to havo set in all bands  will be making a start.  Biilh-r-AtSt.Eugeue hospital, Cranbrook on  February 8th,  to Mr. anil  Mv������, W, Kelly, a daughtei.  The whist club had Its weekly meeting on Friday night at the honao of  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bimistor. Tlae  high Bcorirfl wore iuau������ by Misn Fofitor  and J. Brulmoher. Thia week tho ulub  talents at the It. Stawntii home.  P. Dales, who has been night opera*  wv m������. i-Ut* fl P.It. il.5j(jnj������ dui'la*g thc  nmlu lino freight handling through  the Crow, roturned to bin home nt  Pat-qual, Bafk.,nt the first of the we<-U.  Gordon Spiers of Nelson spent the  weekend, wilh his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. J. I>. Spiers.  F. tinder of Winnipeg. Man., is a  visitor here at present, a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Carlson.  Howard Slingsby of Wynndel has  Mate^eek joined the staff of the Koot-  ehi^Karage,.'Creston.- ?������������������';  Ollie Harris off Kaaioi8 renewing  acqnain tances in ^Creston this Week,  a guest of his f^bCrf. T. Hari'ls.;  r'AAA'A' ���������; ��������� i- '.';��������� .     >      \Arf '  Mrs. Lorenzo And children' off Yahk  spent the weekend with the forraa's  parents,. Mr. and Mrs. P. Maione.  Al later Ross left on Thursday last  for Michel, where he is relieving the  assistant C.P.R. agent at that point.  Mr. and .Mrs. Phi!. Briggs of Cranbrook spent a few days here last week  with Mrs. Benney,  returning on Fii  day.  The Zipper Club of Christ Church  rt������minds all menabers of the meeting  on Wednesday evening, February 27,  at fi o'clock.  Clans. Botterill and Ole Rtnghelm of  Wvnndul arrived here on Monday from  Cranbrook, bringing with them now  Clu.-vaol������X trucks.  Mra. D. Speers Is anotdor of the  Ci an brook delegates to the Piebyterl-  an W.M.S. conference this week, and  i������ a guest of Mrs. S. A, Speoim.  Mrs. Lister's oa'cheatra Is putting on I  a clanoo in  the Community Hall at|  Ownyun on Friday, March Ibc.    Gants,  HI; ludiob, B0q., supper included.  Mrs. D. W. Dow of Granbt-onk Is a  Creston visitor this wayek* avlth Mra. J.  W. Dow. Sho Is a delegate to tho  PreabytoriunJW.M S. conference.  Skwino���������I am prepared to do dressmaking and general uoavlng at home.  SutUifuctlnn alwnyfl prSven and chargon  reasonable, Mrs. J. Murphy, Erlckeon.  Mrs. Linn nnd daughter, JSvolyn,  who havo boon viHitlng at Lethbrldg������������,  Alburtn, for th(s past two monthn, returned to Croston at the ond of i,ho  week.  In thn list of those? uoriding floaal  rc335C!3ibrc,..r!,?,r"':' in the 'death ������������f Mra,  Sohiioffor mention of a wreath fiona  Mr. nod Mi-h. Handy mid fauaUy waa  Inadvertently omitted,  Whale at work   in, Kimberley   one  day last week Clifford Vance met with  ���������-        - -   ���������. mm2m..mmm.4. mmm. \m m. w %.*%       n.AP        I. S fr     .VI  <|i  unat^    acviuruu,     WUCU    ..^    rrnS    ..Iw 5SJ  the face by a two by four suffering a  broken nose and damaged teeth.  Agrtcultaaa*e���������Frank  Rodgers, John Bird.  Highways���������O. F. Hayes. A. L. Pal������  auer, C. O. Rodgers. t  Municipal���������C. W. Allan.S.A Speers,  C. K. Hayes.  The   committees on   highways and  miartictpai   were   given    considsrable  good   and  whole'som   instruction   for  their year's labors, the foa mer having  it   pressed   home -that   quick   action  should he taken to assure the necessary appropriations for widening and  surfacing the North and? South highway fronv Rykerts Jb<x the old Futnam,  l?Kltoer"^i^=~%^iples sawar8ilV?Bh'd |>|bb  widening- and improving Kuskanook  road   between   Washout   Creek   anoV  Wilson's granite quarry west of Sirdar.  Mrs. John Johnson arrived hoene on  Tuesday from Cranbrook hospital  where she recettlv underwent an oper*  ation tor appendicitis.  .The Young People's Society met on  Tiaesday evening last ahd enjoyed a  spelling match in which the'words  were 8p������][ed.backward and thus gave  everyone an even handicap The  topic for the next meeting is "How to  Spend Leisaire Time,"  Mra. Delbridge, who has, been stop  ping with MrB, Searle for th"e past few  months, has returned to Lister where  she  will make   her   home   with   her  brother<-  Birta���������At St. Eugene hoapitnl,  Ci'anbrook, on February 12th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Ludwig Moberg, a son.  Hilton Young Is due back today  from a fwo months' holiday visit at  Toronto and other Ontario point b. In  has absence Ernest Barnes bias been ih  charge nf the Scaforth ranch.  DnnceB are booked for Saturday*  23rd, by the Faa-mfers Institute. This  will be a 12 o'clock affair. On March  1st Mra. Lister's orclicBtri are putting  on a dance at tho hull.   Gents $1, and  ladles 50 cents, suppur included.  W. B. Seurlo ia back from Taber,  Alberta, where he has been working  ns an engineer for the past several  monthm. He reports tlao prairie winter  similar to that off B.C., and is looking  forward to a prosperous 1020  The Mission Band held a valentine  manqaieruda party in the hall on Sat  urday night,   Xhero wero many pretty  coRtumeK.   Thn  ladieH In charge con  ducted pitnofl. fl*lnp;l*nQ; and folk diitncea  and certainly everybody had a good  time  Tlae Sunday aohool awarded tha attendance honora on thn 17th. Throe  pupila havo completed their sixth year  of regular attcnclitncu. Two others  won tbo fifth year badges, and another  tlao third year, Ekoh year la marked  by a gold nnci urmiuttl ������mv added to t.  pretty brooch, milking sa valuable  modal.  Creston Growers, Ltd.  Dus to certain russiora oiroulafc-  ei in the district to the efFeot  that Creaton Growers, 1-imitea,  were digposin������ of their business,  the oompany takes (thia means  of informing fruit growers that  we will be in business in Creston  and Eriokson during the season  of 1929 and, we trust, for many  seasons to come. Neither the  Creston nor Eriokeon warehouse  is for sale. Nor do we intend to  dispose of any paoking equipment.  We would remind the growers  that the majority of our stook is  owned by men actively and permanently: engaged in growing?  fruit in thin distriot, and that  onr sales department has been  and will continue to he under the  direct management of Mr. R. B.  Staples.  We invite those of last year's  customers, who have not already  done so, to remnv their contracts  covering the 1029 crop.  W<Tare al.������ in ��������� po.it.io., to  handle a oonsidarable block of  new tonnage this year and invite  growers to investigate our financial etattdtn^ ossr prompt plan (tt  payments, and to compare our  nett returns with that of any  other fruit shipping eoneern in  tho province May we also add  that our - Creston office will bo  glad to supply interested growers  with the fullest information.  We intend handling a full Uiae  of Boxea and Packing Supplies,  Also we will ho glad to order  Spray material for any growers  who may wish ue to do bo. Wo  intend bringing in a carload of  Fertilizer. All these supplied  will be distributed to the grower  hi, tu)u\, plu������ a small handling  churgo.  Tt B STAPLES, ^ftannger. THE   KEVIEW,    CRESTON",    B.    C,  e  Ripened  The world's finest young i$-a>buds   . . ���������  tropical suns  ������  ���������  ���������  Bursting with fulsome flavor,  2?������se Orange Pekoe Tea���������every package guaranteed.  adee  *r,t--.A������.x ,r* - -*���������  ���������sr  The Airplane Ambulance  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good  In Ike best package���������Clean, bright aUnninu^yi  TKe ^VWfe and Its Natural Resources  ���������������  Actual Desnonstratlon  To Be  Given  In Paris "Next May  The airplane which has already  proved Its -worth' as a passenger,  mail, and express carrier. Is now to  "become an amtmlance.  An international congress will assemble In Paris next May to consider air transportation of sick and  injured in both military and civil  life, the Commerce Department has  been advised by its representatives  there.  Actual demonstration of the airplane ambulance will be given at Lie-  Bourget Field, whea-e a pseudopa-  tlent will he bundled aboard, carried*  to some provincial village and returned.  Braciiii Breafcfesf for Bitter wfeatlier  The question of the transfer of the public lands and natural resources  in the West by the Dominion to the three prairie provinces is* once again.  very much to the fore. Ever since the provinces of Alberta and Has-  katchewaa were formed; ha fact, to some extent ever since Manitoba was  created a province, there has been, a demand on tbe part of the Western  Provinces that they should be placed in a position of equality with the  older provinces in the matter of ownership aiad control of the public  domain.  Fortunately, the question has.'"now passed out of the realm of partisan  controversy, because all political parties, Liberal, Conservative, Progressive, at Ottawa as well as in the Prairie Capitals, are ag-reed that the  transfer should be made, Not only so,, but the Governments of the Eastern Provinces have waived the objections so long urged by them. It is now  only a question of reaching terms acceptable to the West on the one hand,  and the rest of the Dominion on the other hand.  Negotiations are now -under way with an three prairie provinces. In  the case of Manitoba, agreement has been readied with the Dominion to  the extent that a Commission as now engaged in studying the whole -question of terms- Negotiations with Alberta reached the point of an agreement  being: actually signed between the two Governments, but later, Ottawa  proposed to insert a provision relative td the school lands which was  unacceptable to Alberta, and the agreement was not proceeded -with.  Ottawa has since modified its position and an early settlement of outstanding differences seems likely.  Saskatchewan's postion is somewhat different from that of the other  provinces. Whereas Alberta is rich in coal, oil, and other resources apart  from lands, and recent discoveries have revealed a Flin Flou and a Slier-  ritt-Gordon in Manitoba, Saskatchewan's mineral wealth is yet to be proven. Furthermore, Saskatchewan's chief wealth has been found in its  agricultural lands, and to a large extent these have already oeea disposed  of by the Dominion, witla the result that there is not as great wealth to "be  handed over by the Dominion to Saskatchewan as exists in the case of the  other two provinces. Saskatchewan, therefore, has s. stronger claim for  compensation for lands alienated under Dominion administration for the  general benefit of all Canada. However, negotiations are in progress.  The sooner all these questions are finally settled and the Western  Provinces placed in control of their lands and resources the better. Ther������  cannot be complete unity among the provinces, nor full development of a  national spirit and aims, so long as Western Canada feels it is forced into  a position of inferiority to tho Eastern Provinces. The interests of the  Dominion demand the removal of any cause for such feeling. Further,  whatever arguments may have been convincing in 1905 for retention of th&  public domain by the Dominion on the ground that they could administer  them better than could the newly created provinces with all the manifoiu  tasks before them, and with hut small populations and financial resources,  those arguments are removed now that there are over two million people  in the three prairie provinces with fully developed governmental institutions and stroag financial credit.  Constitutional issues, it    is true, are involved in any consideration of  tha matter.      The West does  not, and cannot,  accept the interpretation  NERVOUS INDIGESTION  ana  v&virtvf* m ap r*Y fl  A3 A ftg&ULi W tW  S^rve Mih piping hot milk - Doesn't  everlead sraur stdinaclt-'- Makes you  $4ade by The Canadian Shredded Wheat Company, hid.  =���������������=  To Develoo Home Ait industries  A Severe Sufferer Overcaane This  Trouble By Taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Fills  No aliment of recent years has  ; proved so treacherous as has the Flu.  The disease itself is bad enough, but  the after effepts is where the real  danger Ties, The Flu leaves behind it  a weakened body, impoverished  blood, shattered nerves and an impaired digestive system. Too much  stress cannot be laid on tlae importance of rebuilding the blood and  strengthening the nerves during convalescence. Uhtiti the blood is built  up there can be no recovery of health  and strength. The one sure blood-  builder is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Start a treatment of them today and  see how soon yoti show signs of robust health again.  Among  the  many victims  of  the  terrible Flu epidemic of    1919    was  Mrs. Irving Maxwell,    of    Bancroft.  Ont.   Read what this lady has to say  concerning what Dr. Wallianas'   Pink  Pills did for her:���������"After an attack  of the Flu I was left in an extremely  weak state.    My blood was impoverished; I was seized with indigestion  and stomach trouble; nay nerves were  shattered and    nothing    any    doctor  gave me seemed to help me in the  least.   I continually grew weakea and  weaker till finally I lost all control of  my nervous system. My mother, who  had used Dr. Williams'    Pink    Pills  with   good     results     for     anaemia,  strongly advised me to give them a  trial. I did so, arid after using three  it  v  Vill Inu educe Hag. Bill  Resolution   Dealing   With    Canadian  Symbol Witi Be Considered  The  adoption, off  a Canadian  flag  Canadian Handicraft Guild To Bold  Exhibition In Regina  The Canadian    Handicrafts   Guild,  whose object is to encourage, revive..   .,_ ���������. ��������� ,.. .    ,    .  and develop home art industries *** come before parliament during  throughout Canada, will hold an ex? the present session through a resolu-  hibition in the  Saskatchewan  Hotel's tion  placed on the  order paper  by  Re������������*' ^������r? 20* to" ?3nfc 1929. The, Clt< Mcintosh, Liberal member for  exhibit will be open to anyone free-        ..   __  ... .    '  of .entry fee or charge who is skilled ������ortli. Battlefora  The resolution of Mr. Mcintosh  calls for the appointment of * a special comanittee "for the purpose of  considering the advisability of adopting a Canadian. flag .representing  Canada as a whole which shall form  part of the British flag as the symbol of the dominion as ah equality  partner in the commonwealth of Bri~  in making bead work, basketry, embroidery, knitting, laces^ leather  work, metal work, pottery, --quilts,.  rugs, sewing, weaving, wood work,  etc. Everything, however, must be  nandmade. ,.;-      f:   '.'��������� -  The object of the Guild is to preserve the knowledge and skill possessed by our people and to encourage industry and thrift in the home  of the public, making their work  profitable and honoua*able by means j tlsh nations,  of exhibiting  the  products  of their | ."      _  skill and to keep records in order to  prevent, the extinction of any arts oar,  crafts. The Guild will undertake to  sell any exhibits that are sent in but  every person should," of course, put  his or her price on the article.  One feature of the exhibit will be  to educate the public to the value of  good handwork, so that a demand _, ��������� _��������� _. . .. __ _  may be created for these handicrafts Mrs. H.^ Day, Dartmouth N.S..  thereby enabling our people to find! ^^���������"For over a year I was  their interesting and artistic work troubled wath^smothering spells and  at home remunerative. shortness of breath,  and it was Jm-  This is the first exhibition that has possible for me to walk, even a short  been held in- Saskatchewan hut in, *^ance, because of the choking sen-  other    provinces    successful    exh'ibi- I sation which followed.  Short of Breath  Smothering Feelings  IjIEUfUilg ^*3ilSaISUli  provinces  tions have  been  held  in  which the  sales have gone as high as $50,000;  Anyone interested    in    any    way  boxes I-noticed some improvement. I j 'should^cpmmuaiicate with the; Secre-  persisted in the treatment and by the   ^aryy Canadian    Handicrafts    Guild,  time I had used seven boxes I was  fully restoared to health again, and  although I am a another of six children I am now able to do all my work  around the house and feel as well as  ever I did in my life before. What  these Pills have done for me they will  surely do for others."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a  tonic, hot a stimulant. They build  up the blood and are a specific for.  such troubles as indigestion, rheumatism, women's ailments and the  general wornout feeling that affects  ,.      ��������� ^ , ...   ,_    ,,    _      .  . . ..    _    . . so many people. They are sold by all  placed upon certain enactments by the Dominion and the Eastern provinces,   me<3iCine dealers or- direct by mail at  notwithstanding that Eastern opinion Is greatly modified to what it wan a.   50  cents a box from The  Dr.  Wil-  few years ago.      It would, however, be a mistake for the negotiating parties to take up positions based soley aapon Constitutional grounds. To do so  would mean long and expensive litigation "fight through to the Privy Cbuncil,  in England.      Then, when the legal and constitutional issues wore finally  settled, an army of expert accountants would have to be engaged for years  to delve into all the many transactions involving lands and resources sluctj  the passage of the first Dominion Lands Act, in 1872.  The sane, sensible-, business-like thing to do now is for the representatives of the Dominion and the Provinces to gather around a table and rt������ach  an amicable agreement, fair, reasonable and acceptable to all. The sooner  tliis big Issue is settled the better for Canadian national unity ana  strength, and the quicker will the resources themselves be developed foa  use of the people and add to the growth, development and wealth of aaa  Canada. So long as they remain in the present unsettled stato neither  Dominion nor Provincial Governments can proceed with proper and energetic developmental policies, and, as a result, progress is retarded.  After trying many  treatments,  In  vaini I at last decided to try  Saskatchewan Hotel, Regina, and  any information will be cheerfully  furnished. The Guild Is not a profit-  making institution, (there are no entrance fees), but is out to help others help themselves. No time should  be lost, therefore, in writing at once  to the secretary for Information.  The Folk Song and Folk Dance  Festival at Regina, will be held at  the same time and a most interesting  four days is expected.  llama' Medicine Co., Brockville. Ont.  Non-hiHammabie Paper  Use Minard's Liniment for the Flu.  A snake would starve to death rather than eat anything but living  prey.  and la a surprisingly shoa*t time they  did tne much good.  Prtce 50c per box at all druggists  or dealers, or mailed direct on receipt  of price by The T. Milburn Co., Ltd..  Toronto, Ont.  First Bird���������Don't you know better  than to sit on this chimney? You're  getting all dirty.  Second Bird���������Soots me all rij;ht.  Thunder does not sour nil lie, but  tlie same condition of thc atmosphere which causes thunder does sour  milk.  German Gives Successful Demonstration Of His Fireproof Invention  A paper that does not burn has  been discovered. The German inventor, Mr. Franz jy'ranck, gave a  demonstration recently. Ho took a  sheet of ordinary newspaper, crumpled it Into a ball, and wrapped this  hlghy combustible object in a sheet  of his fireproof paper. Thus protected, he held it for a few minutes  in the flame of a laboratory blast  lamp hot enough to melt a glass window-pane. Not only did tho fireproof wrapping survive, but tho ordinary paper Inside was not even  scorched.  It is the cause and not the death  that makes the martyr.  Of a sane man there is only ona  safe definition: ne is a man who can  have tragedy In. his heart and comedy in his head.  Ask for nothing but what is right  and submit to nothing that is wrong.  Simple Precautions Against FLU  Sore Throat -���������  ���������- The Danger Signal  Health Authorities Point Out The Necessity Of Treating The Simple Cold  At Its Beginning  Nearly every case of "Flu" starts with a simple cold. At first the'  throat is sore���������often jnst a littlo hoarse���������soon the Infection goes lower���������  Ihcn the cheat Is affected. A nafe plan is to p-n.rfyfli. thr������ throat tlar������e tlmrvsi  dally with -"Nervirmo"���������thin will keep tho throat free from gorms. If there  la any sign of tightness in thc cheat, rub on Nervillne���������every drop will  penetrate deeply���������congestion will bo relieved���������tho cold will break up  quickly. Many a dangerous case of "Flu" can bo avoided by this simple  homo treatment.  Of conrsti It i.H always wlao to take aomo relaxing medicine, and for this  purpose immediate rcuulUt will Ir> ������ccured from Dr. Hamilton's Fillu���������they  purfre thc cyatcm of Impuritleo  and carry oft a lot of disease���������breeding  \V<t8t������������.  This combination trciatrwnt of Nervlllna and Dr. Hamilton's Pllhs la  very effective for Grippe, ImiucmsBu, Bud Cold*-, Qtc, and cau ha relied upon  ���������������*> gmVi, very eatlofactory rcmilta.  Breaks All Rocord*  Breaking all records for long dls-  tanco telephone communication,  Prince Carl, brother of King Gustav,  and his wife, tho Princess Ingoborg,  conversed from Stockholm, Sweden,  with the Crown Prince aaad Prlaacoss  of Belgium, who were tit Bandoeng,  Java, Dutch East Indies. Tho distance travcraed waa 8,383 miles. The  conversation was carried by wire to  Amsterdam from Stockholm and  thence by wireless to and from Java.  Tho most obatlnato corns fall to  resist Holloway'a Corn Remover.  Try It,  I1..1  -1 mi 11     .i _   j.i.r-1.. 1   ..        -- 1 ���������    - 1  *" ���������-"  Just nbout tho timo you wonder  why Eiomeojio haa cacaped thc penitentiary oo long, he comes out as a  candidate for some Important olV.ee.  MlnjtriVft Liniment far tlio Orlopn mad  1    llu.  w.  n.  u.  ttta  How many people yoti lenoW Who end their colds with Aspirin I  And how often you've heard of itsprompt reltet oi sore throat or,  tonsilitis. No wonder millions take it for colds, neuralgia,  rheumatism; and the aches and pains that go with/thctn. The wonder is that anyone still worries through si winter without these  tablets I They relieve quickly, yet have no effect whatever on th������  heart. Friends have often told you Aspirin is marveloua; doctors  have declared it harmless. Every druggist has it, with proven direct  tions. Why not put it to the test?  Anplrln I* a Trademark Kethtered In Cat-Ada  ____***B*\\*. HB���������"d^ fl  ^Ma " IBM       ^Bft mn  tm^^nmm. fTM-mrf mmmSmw fRNMI  ^^^^���������SBmSk w_______JF^ \\mm  ^m^^^fJES 153 13  ^"*lirtM������^tfWBil'm llifcfitmm$������'~ \miiaviikm Ee'^^3  / TIPVTFTV/   CRFRTCVNT,    T5.    C.  win  nri/iki������ Kill  FOR LARGE AREA  Ottawa.���������While cabinet ministers  and western'members of Parliament  Will not discuss, openly* tho announcement that Premier J. G. Gardiner, of Saskatchewan, will seek a  vast extension tof the area of that  province when he comes here to con-  -fer with the Dominion Government,  there is the keenest interest in his  proposition.  The reaction on the whole, is most  unfavorable and no one appears  ready even to consider the possibility of "granting to Saskatchewan the  territory   immediately   to   the   north  May Require Aid  Of British Parliament  . *  To Smooth Out Difficulties  In  Connection With Manitoba Act'  Ottawa.���������The.possible necessity of  invoking*: tho legislative naachinery  of the British Parliament to smooth  out certain difficulties of certain  lands in Manitoba, was raised by R  W. Craig, counsel foi* the province,  at a session of the Manitoba natural  resources  hearing.  Mr. Craig, during the course of his  argument, pointed out that the British Parliament had passed the  Manitoba Act of 1870 and provision  had been made whereby it could not  be changed by lhe Dominion parliament.  It might be necessary, in order to  change the present financial terms  between the provinces  and the  Do-  PASSES EXAMINATION  ler luss&ei Idei  This attitude of course is more  marked among Manitoba members  than others, but the general views  of eastern members and ministers is  .that to grant Mar. Gardiner's request  would precipitate a quarrel between  the provinces which would have far-  reaching results and might, conceivably; become an outstanding national  issue.  Some members believe that no  change in the present boundaries  ���������should he made until the northern  areas are populated and that there  -should then be created new provinces'  to the north of the present prairie  provinces. However, the majority  of members agree that thl3 ought not  to be done, but that, when the time  conies, the present provinces should  he extended northward.  The motives behind Mr. Gardiner's  demand are well appreciated here.  The area to the north of Manitoba  ojiri Saskatchewan extendin0* to the  Arctic Ocean and bounded on the  east by Hudson Bay and on the west  hy a line, drawn from fCoronation  Gulf to the present western f bouny  dary of Saskatchewan is potentially  one of the richest mineralizeii areas  in Canada. About one-third of the  famous pre-Cambrian shield ilea in  this northern territory, and .-,'���������.. active  prospecting; -finsmce^>b^ the  wealthiest?^ ii^^ in  Canada, is proceeding north of Chesterfield Ullet and along the Copper  Mine River, running "into the Arctic  Sea. Within a few years tremendous mining development may take  place in this northland.  ment    validate   .such       change    by  statute, Mr. Caig declared.  Historical authorities were quoted  and precedence cited by Mr. Craig  in support of his contention that the  Dominion's' interest in the province's  lands were primarily of legislative  jurisdiction and did not involve proprietary rights.  C B. Kay, the first Canadian student to pass the final examination ot  the chartered institute of secretar-  ies, London, England.  ��������� -   ���������i.    ..   ...     ���������������������������������������������, ��������� ��������� t���������.������������������^������������������ ^-^.���������  ��������������������������� ���������     ���������������������������'���������������������������������������������    ���������������������������������  ??iii iUdiiv iw Lhaug0  To Prevent Grain Mixing  Changes In Wheat Marketing Xo,Be  "Demanded By Western Members  Ottawa.���������Drastic changes in the  methods -of marketing wheat are being demanded by the members from  the prairie provinces and those demands will find their echo in .the  house this session from both Liberal  and Progressive members.  When Robert Gardiner, Progressive leader, in the House the -other-  evening demanded the resignation oi  the present board of grain 'commissioners and the establishment of a  new board of five to administer the  Canada Grain Act, he expressed the  views of many in the prairie prdvr  inces. Yet the Liberals are asking  for more.  _    Before the present session    is far  advanced, there will    be    a    demand  Thanksgiving Day and Armistice Day  To Be Celebrated As Two  Distinct Features  Ottawa.���������Thanksgiving Day and  Armistice Day will continue *o be  celebrated in Canada as two distinct  features of national life, the one in  acknowledgement for the bounties of  Providence, and the other in homage  to the memory of Canada's sons and  daughters who gave their live3 in  the great war. This was affirmed  when the House of Commons rejected a "resolution introduced by F. W.  Gershaw (Liberal-Progressive, Medicine Hat), the purpose of which was  JLo combine both Thanksgiving and  Armistice Days into one holiday, on  November II, annually.  Consider Tu  ^ Nothing But Gamble  Should Hot Be Started Without Investigation, Is Opinion Of  Expert Engineer  London, Eng.���������The project for the  construction of a tunnel under the  English Channel is a gamble.    .  This is the considered opinion of  John Dalrymple-Hays, one of the  world's authorities on tunnel engineering, who, in an interview with  International News Service, declared  the construction of the tunnel should  not be decided upon in the first flush  of enthusiasm.  Dalryraple-Hay's word must be received with deference. He is-an-engineer with unrivalled experience in  this sort of work. He acts as consulting engineer for the company con*  trolling London's  subways, and has  Vt**^      "*t-t������������������      rfncf* mr.       <a>i*^      ej*i-������*-������**������**tr������cn r^Tk      f\f  UUH VMV ^m*.'*.?*.������������***. *, ms **u* h/V*^"Va.   -*  ������������i*w*������ v ���������  506 miles of -underground tunnels in  London.  "The channel tunnel project is a  gamble paarely and simply because  there is so authority -who can say  with certainty what may be the  thickness of the strata in the middle  of the English Channel.  "Again the whole things is a  gamble because it is being done  blindfold. As a practical engineer.  I say_ that there is not a particle*  of real evidence to show the thickness of the strata under the sea.  Geologists say they have taken fossils and samples from the sea bed,  but to an engineer that is just moonshine. They know nothing of the  depth of the chalk."  1U%3Ej %j>%SL*_i III  EUROPE CAUSES  GREAT SUFFERING  ^spute  8  ,6!  Canadian Workers Re-Instated In Old  Positions In Toronto  Ottawa.^���������-In the House    of    Commons K. B. Adshead,    Labor,    East  for some means to' prevent mixing at  Calgary, asked the Minister of La-  Loyal To British Crown  New Delhi, India.���������Forty of the  native raalers met here and aanani-  mously passed a resolution deprecating proposals for the complete independence of the country. The hs-  ���������sembly, which was held in the- chamber of princes, reiterated the loyalty  to the British Crown of all its members.  thef terminal??eleyatorsr for changes  in the personnel of the hoard of  grain commissioners and for action  in the direction indicated in the report of the agriculture committee  last sessioi), regarding the establishment of protein content as the chief  measure of the market value of  wheat. ���������'���������*.,'  Wmms^MsM&M  "1UBV ' " " **""lBwy  And there arc 40 dojea In aVPf  tttotok������  i������very kind  ' bis. Croup  Prevents           Buses irritated throata. Buy "Buckley V\ Sold  by aU dru������elata and aunranteea.  W. K. Buckley, limited.     '  142 Mutual  St., Toronto 2  Acd like a /lasji���������  ��������� single tip prove* It,   017  75c   -diicS  40c.  Amend Post Office Act  Bill Has Been Given First Reading  .  In House Of Commons  Ottawa, Ont.���������A bill amending the  post office act was given first reading in the House of Commons.   The  measure concerns  the  ownership   of  newspapers.    It    provides -  that     a  sworn statement  must be  furnished  to the posit office semi annually giving the names and addresses of editors, owners    and   stockholders    and  other particulars. Religious publications are hot affected and the names  of small stockholders may be omitted  in   all   returns,   according  to   a.  clause In the bill..It is proposed that  failure to comply with these provisions may incur a penalty of denying  admission of dilatory newspapers to  tho mails.       A further clause provides that paid reading matter must  be marked aa advertisements. Neglect to comply with    this    proviaioaa  tinder the bill would incur a floe of  not less than ilfty dollars and not  more  than Ave hundred dollars  on  conviction.   The measure was introduced by T. L. Church, Conservative,  Toronto uorthwest.  hor whether^he had any i^os-mation  to give the mem/bers With reference  to German immigrants brought inter  this country to replace Canadian  workers in Toronto.  Hon. Peter Heenan replied that he  was now able to infoarm the House  that a settlement had been reached  whereby the Canadian workmen  were re-instated in their old positions at the same wages which they  received pa-ior to the dispute.  Trapped la Burning Cabin  Neighbor   Unable To   Effect  Bescue  Of Three Prospectors  Sioux Lookout, Ont.���������Trapped by  names in their tiny cabin, thre9  prospectors lost their lives at. the  narrow Woman Lake Portage, ac-  cordingfto word reaching here. With  them perished their four dogs which  ���������were chained to the outside of the  bualdingi :yyy .>������������������=-. ...  The three victims were Tony Ty-  reli*. and men named Cougau and  Viogtyy ...-.-'.- ,���������:;������������������.'-..���������. - ������������������ y*:..'  NO word is yet available as to  wheire the three came froni. Terrified barks of the dogs roused K  F. Dynes, sleeping in a shack some  distance. He rushed outside to see  the cabin in flames, but found it  impossible to effect a rescue: He  'could not even get near enough to,  release the still living dogs.  ..������������������������������������'.  Word of the tragedy was brought  out by aeroplane.  ������f*-::���������:'?.:-1*-; ?;'"���������/"���������>?,������������������',���������:��������� yYif'?; ���������'?"";>'"-  "L^r���������;^;f.OF���������a���������Mr^r:??'',  Rapid Comeback For  Britain Predicted  Sir Alfred Cope Sees End Of Period  Of Depression  ' Montreal.���������rThat Great Britain was  rapidly coming to the eaad of the pei'-  lod of -depression and that she would  come back to the foremost position  she once held was predicted by Sir  Alfred Cope, under-secretary of  state for Ireland from 1919 to 1922.  Ho is at present managing director  of the Amalgamated Collieries of  South Wales and is here in the interest of marketing Welsh coal in  Canada. He said the coal, industry  had introduced economics long overdue.  a    it., ^^T   s^^   **^^   W.  ^s*  ^uri$mfix.imtit  Wofdmt  m*&Zm*&? B _fj__  BOOK  Had Narrow Escape  Alf re ton, Dea-by-shlre, Etag.���������Passengers on the night express from  London "to Glasgow had a narrow  escape when tho locomotiva and baggage coaches wero derailed but thc  coaches kept to tho rails. No passengers wero Injured hut the express  messenger aaad firemen wero missing  taud believed to ho under tho derailed locomotive.  Stricter Penalty For  Violating Drug Act  Auiejiuirritjiits Under Consideration To  Curb Traffic In Narcotics  Ottawa.���������The House of! Commons  considered in committee of the whole  a bill to amend and consolidate the  opium and narcotic drug act. The  measure provides increased penalties  in cases of conviction for selling,  giving away, or distributing drug&  without a license ' froan the minister  of national health. Under the clause  inserted a judge may at his discretion, sentence a convicted person to  be whipped, in addition to tha imposition of fine and imprisonment. A  further change provides that persons  guilty of Infractions of the act shall  he liable to payment of costs of  prosecution. Other amendments are  incorporated, a number of which are  for purposes of clarity.  London, Eng.���������The almost unprecedented siege of cold weather has  taken a, great toll of life in Europv-  lu the last week, and despatches  from almost every country between  the North Sea and the Bosphorcus  brought reports of most critical sil-  uations.  Deaths due directly and indirectly  to the cold weather have gone weU  over 10,000 since Monday, and there  appeared, to he ejq vreakenin-0* of th"u  grasp of the most severe winter in  the-memory of living men.  At Landau, the French sentry oaa  duty with the army of occupation  in Gea*nraany, was frozen to death  in Gearaany, was frozen to deatb.  Forty other sentries collapsed due  to cold and as many as possible were.  withdrawn from duty. The temperature was 11 below sera at Wiesbaden.  Advices received by Central Radio  at Vierana said 10,000 persons had  assenahled at one point in Budapest  to receive coal rations from the  Hungarian government.  Several deaths duo to cold were  reported from Budapest, including  a night watchman and his wife, who  were frozen. The Hungarian capital  was paralyzed hy snow, which halted virtually all traffic, the United  Press  correspondent repotted.  England was swept by severe  snowstoains and communications.  were disrupted. The influenza epidemic, combined with cold and an<i  cold weather accidents, has caused  most of the deaths which have  reached a total of well more than  10,000 during the winter, according"  to reliable statistics frona 11 capitals; .    S , ���������".���������-  The statistics include:  France���������2,500 deaths" due to influenza and similar diseases.  "England and Walesa���������2,100 deaths  due to influenza, cold, shipwrecks.  Spain���������1,500 deaths due to ship-  wrecks, .influenza and cold.  Ge^?(ny-~ to In  fluenza In larger German cities.  Czechb-Slovakia ~ Influenza epidemic increased death rate in last  fo������j Enonths h,r 55 ***������? cent ^n r'T-?"'  areas.   -  Italy-���������Scores of deaths attributed  to cold, and estimated increase of  four per cent, in death rate.  Holland���������200 deaths from influenza and shipwrecks.  Austria^���������150 ' deaths In Austria  due to cold and influenza.  Forestry Association  Oflicera  Ottawa.-r-Brlgadier-Generai W. B.  White, Montreal, was elected president of the Canadian Forestry Association, at the convention here.  Directors include Charles Hayden,  Calgary; T. S. Dixon, J., D. Robson,  and P. A* Wilson, all of "Vancouver.  ENDURANCE  Children and adults steadily increase In vigor and endurance on health-giving  Scott's Emulsion  It is invigorating cod-Hver oil  that tastes good and builds up  body and strength effectively.  Always use Scott's Emulsion!  Wriae Th* Oorden  Co,, 1.1 ni t"t e d.  Dept. WU. at, 140  St. Poul St. W������������t.  W.    N.   XT.    1773  Alaskan Wins Dog Derby  Laconla, N.H.���������-Leonhnrd Seppalla,  Alaskan mushcr, won the Now England championship dog sled race by  beating out Emll St. Goddard ot Tbe  Pas, Man., on the last 15 m!IC3 of  tho race and finishing 12 mimatea  and 17 seconds ahead of St. Goddard for tlio throo-day run.  Dry mouth and parched  throat are grateful for thc  refreshing coolness o������  Wrigley's Spearmint.  Wriglcy*s whitens teeth,  sweetens the  mouth, clears  ilie throat aaid aids digestion,  while thc act of chewing  calms and soothes the nerves*  Scott St Bowne. Toronto, Out.  25-S5  J  Large Butter Consumers  Canadians Use   More   Buttor   Thais  Any Oilier Nation  Vancouver, B.C.���������Canadians aro  tho largest consumers of baattor in  tho world, declared Dr. J. D. Rud-  dick, Dominion Dairy ConamlBBloner,  ln addressing the Western Canada  Dairy Convention hero on "Dsiry  Progress In 1028." Their annual pea  capita ^otiRTimptton, he put down at  27 pounds to which must be added  3*_ pounds of cheese. Increased  homo consumption, according to Dr.  Ruddlck, had led to a largo drcp In  butter exports and In this connection  ho refcared to tbe huge consumption  of dairy products, hy tlae autoanoblle  ^   I tourists who annually Invadod Can-  '=^co,**^ ^pSil      To* -between 12,000,000 and t5,oookAOrt  3 pounds o������ buttor 'every year.  HOMEWORK���������ADDRESS, MAIL,  cards, envelopes. Particulars  50c. to avoid trlflora. Sellers Mailing  Service, Walton, Ont.  FREEEXHIBIM  Of Canadian  Handicrafts  AT KBQINA, MAfXCIl 20-23rd.  Tho following articles; aire uug-  Brested, hut the cschihltlon Is not  restricted to these items. Any article of handle rat t well execute**!  will bo accepted.  lfiatllc, ba&lcotry, chlnn paint hi k,  embroidery, dcslgnlnK, lace, l������-nth-  er-work, metal-work, pottery,  quilts, rugs, sewing* weaavlaag, etc.  Articles entered for exhibition  may be placed on sale If desired.  Write for Information and entry  forma (no entry fees) to  Secretary, tauauiati uatmiudfia tViau  IZotel !3s*|!|C'%f'(,l|!'*wi>|,>iJ  .   aiwiNAt OfisiiAToauQWAN THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Ca-eston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  83.00 to U.S. points.  C P. Ha"2"K8. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON." B.C.. FRIDAY. FEB. 22  Divert the Funds  In reading the news from different points in the Valley in last  week's Review we notice the  names of some eight residents who  were either coming from or going  to work, on the Kuskanook-Gray  Creek road in the vicinity of Bos-  well, and the natural inference to  be drawn from is that another  grant has heen made for the carrying on of that work.  Indieatingy as it does5 that there  is still money left for highway  construction in the Oreston riding,  and having in mind the requests  XT. c. JL      X. -���������      ��������� -*.!__  ���������j.-. ~mm.JLJm.mm J.\.m.  llr^"! ������.m. r.mr.      ������,.-rv*"l a1!*      QTtV  .__ . m...j.  circumstances.  LETTERS TO THE ED1TGB '  Better Beer  the local member to have improvements in the way of widening done  on the road between Wynndel and  to a point beyond Sirdar, the Review is at a loss to know why some  of the money that is available for  work at Boswell eannot be switched to be used on the work on the  Wynridel-Kuskanook road.  "We take it that in the Boswell  road camp preference has been  given to workmen from that district and if, after all these have  been taken care ofr there is still  room for eight from the Creston  district no one could seriously object to a diversion of the funds  needed to pay the Creston district  men to be used on very necessary  highway work on the Wynndel-  Kuskanook road.  In addition to making needed  highway betterments in this district the move would be much appreciated by the workmen, all of  whom would doubtless arrange  transportation so as to be able to  live at home and save the $1.25  or $1,50 per day they are now  forced to pay for board in camp at  Boswell.  So far as importance of the work  goes the argument is all in favor  of improvements at this end, where  thc traffic shows considerable expansion from year to year. And  if the local highway betterment is  to be made to best advantage it  must be got at and completed before the auto Reason opens and  brings with it the unavoidable  hold-up of work to let cars pass  on the narrow stretches that require attention.  North and South Highway  Talking of highways recalls the  announcement in last week's Bonners Ferry Herald that the Idaho  state and county authorities now  definitely state that the Copeland-  Porthill link of the North and  South Highway will bo constructed this year, and that bids will be  asked at a very early date.  With this new piece of road  surveyed to pass through Porthili  ing out the highway -all the way j refer to the subject again, never  from the customs at Rykerfcj*- to at  least the former Putnam. Palmer  '& Staples sawmill. This stretch  of about 2*4 miles must have attention, and when the big loan bill  goes through the legislature this  session the- local member should  see to it that ample funds are  earmarked to take care of North  and South highway work.  And in demanding generous  highway consideration for the  Valley the member need not shy  at making his requests generous.  Iiast year in auto licenses, and  gasoline tax this section contributed well over $7000.00 to the provincial revenues.  In the past eight years, when  Gel. Lister was sitting in the cool  shades of opposition., no one was  more loquacious than himself in  telling what we might look for  when he and his friends were  running the province. Now that  the Conservatives are in power  1929 will be an ideal time to make  an initial delivery of the long-  promised highway improvements,  and no better spot than the  Creston-Porthill stretch of the  N&rth and South highway could  be chosen to demonstrate that our  representative makes good his  assurances.  Tolmie Favors Log Export  Better beer is not the only topic  on which CoL Fred Lister is maintaining a discreet silence this session. In times past the Conservative party had in the local member  a lu^ty champion of its policy that  the export ������������ logs from British  Columbia should he stopped forthwith.  The -local member was particularly at home in telling how men  from this riding were following  the logs into the United States  and finding profitable employment in the sawmills south of the  alue.  In vain did the then minister of  lands, Hon. T. D. Pattullo, submit  figures to show that the quantity  of logs exported would not keep  the mills of Washington state  running for more than a single  day, and that the export was growing less from year to year, and  that the logs shipped were of a  sort that were not in demand in  this province.  But my, what a difference a  few months in office makes in  even our 100 per. cent, protectionist Conservatives I Last week  Premier Tolmie performed the  last sad rites over that all-important log export plank of the provincial Tory party. Here are his  exact words on the subject:  "We have adopted as one of  our principles the encouragement  of the manufacture of raw products in this country wherever  practicable. In some cases, however, owing to market conditions*  it is not possible to manufacture  our logs at home. I have always  argued that it is bettor instead of  village and tie on direct to the ] leaving them to rot in tho water to  Creston link opened last year via ship them out of the country. We  thc abandoned K. V. roadbed, all don't propose to have raw logs or  uncertainty fades as to which other material going to waste hero  route the north and south auto- when it can be shipped out and  ists will take. With an ideal gradolthus bring back good money to  and lea*-*, mileage there can be no this Province.'"  doubt about the scenic Kootonay We wore prepared for this state-  Valley road getting the prefer- ment from the premier by R. W. ]  ence, BruJin, president of thc council,  Editor Review:  Sir,���������I admit that it was rather  surprising to see Erickson vote  "'dry" by such a large majority,  especially when one remembers  that 40 per cent, of the electors  there signed the petition asking  that a plebiscite be taken.  Perhaps one reason was that the  vote was taken in zero weather,  but probably Erickson, along with  ������3V>JUaO     UUUD1       bUnUC)    ail      IrlJUCI     AAVtlUg,  would sooner wait for the "better  beer" which Col. Lister demanded  at the last session of parliament.  Why/Is St;"-that, we have not  heard anything of this annual  complaint this year? Has attorney general Pooley whispered  in his ear that he would soon put  a special brand on the market, or  what is the reason for this silence?  I am sure that those Who helped  elect the colonel (more particularly those who call themselves prohi-  hibitionists) would like to see him  take a proper stand in this matter. In this we agree with the  Reviewy "Speak up, colonel."  O. M. SAMUELSON.  Langlois, Myrtle Anderson. Frank  A bur. Grade 4������a���������Curt Anderson,Henry Nelson, Lloyd Link treat. Grade 3a  ���������Jiiek Lrtnfflssis. .J������hra Sohnst. Qr:sde  8b���������Leonard Bohan, Q-leia House. AUa  Blair. Grade 2-~"-AUce' Bohan, Joe  Langlois. Pea-iec"L attenhunce���������Fr������ tik  Abar. Clarence- Auctj^i-j-ott, 3ayr'it������ Anderson, Seluier Andea-jsiMi. Alice Bohan,  John Bohah. Leormrd Bm-.uaa, Richai-d  Molander.  39 different species of birds are  to he seen this winter in the Vernon district.  AT THE  We invite yon to inspect our  new stock of  has  been  A. Hu. owanson uas ueen reelected president of Kimberley  board of trade.  tbOCrt i\f\(\    kjia     Viaan  tp^JVt/VjWl*       4ACM=l       t^tm.4.mm.  mair.   -.j -  men in the north Okanagan for  cream during 1928.  ^bberm  Mif&fyGm&s*  Miss BWd. principal of Kitrhenea-  school, ihber' report for January shows  the foih-.v.-iMfg pupils .fciit-cing highest  startdinK**. fnv the ns^nth: Grade 8���������  Kiuhaail Molander. Edith Nelson. Grade 7���������Willard Blair, Vivian Langlois,  St-lanei-    Anderson.   .Grade   5���������Oeiina  Work ������tavern  and  __           SOtm  Full stock.'   Priced right.  Am Mir*sktoeiH  Shoe and   Harness' Repairing  WATHiRJSIOTIGH  DIVE&SIOiU AND USE   ���������  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Edwin Hurry,  whose address is Oreston, B.C., -will apply for a  license to take and use one cubio foot) per second of water out of English Creek, which flows  east and drains into Corn Creek, about 50yardr*  from N.E. corner of S.balf of Block 216, K.*V."L.  The,water will be diverted from the etreana'at  a point about 900 feot from the N.W. corner of  S. half of Block 218, in S. W. direction, and will  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the xander-  siemed, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf  Glnola^B.O.," will betreceived until 12 o'clock  *w>* . Tutsdar, March 5. i9Z9.tov construction of  a, Public Wharf at Ginols, West Kootenay District. B.C. . M ��������� .  Plans and form of contract can be seen and  specifications and form of tender obtained at.  this Department, at the offices of the District  Engineer. IIS Baker Street, Nelson, ts.C, victoria Builders Exchange, 2509 Prior Street, Vi������jV  toria, B.C��������� and the Building and Construction  Industries Exchange.615 West Hastings-Street,  Vancouver, B.C.. also at the Post Office,  Nakusjp,.B.C. -a   .        , ,  Tenders will not be considered unless made  on printed forms supplied by the Department,  and In accordance with conditions contained  therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  the order of the Minister of Public Works,  equal to 10 per cent, of the amount of the tender. Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or bonds  a* She Cara&liasa Nation**! Railway Cowmany  will also be accepted as security, or hands ana  a cheque if required to make up an odd  amount.  Note: Blue prints can be obtained at this  Department by depositing an accepted cheque  for the sum of $10.00. payable to the order of  the Minister of Public Works, which will be  returned if the intending bidder submit a  regular bid.  By order.  Secretary.  Desvartment of Public Works,  Ottawa, February 6, VBR9.  NAVIGABLE WATERS   PROTECTION AGT  R.S.C.   CHAPTER 140  Creston Power, "Light & Telephone Coma  Limited, hereby give notice that they.  ny,  ave,  ground on tbe 18th day of February, 1929. A  copy of this notice and an. application pursuant  thereto and to the Water Act will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at Nelson,  B.O. Objections to the application may be filed  ���������with the said ^Pster Recorder or with the  Comptroller ^of Water" Bights, Parliament  lUiiiuings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty d^ys  after the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.  A. EL HURRY, Applicant.  Date of first publication of this notice is Febru  ary 22, IS  under Section 7 of the said 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 proposed to be built over the Kootenay River at  louth East Quarter of Section A, Township 8,  OUUIU     JUttOK    Y������4fcCU. l*7Jl     IWKJWUUU   mt.    JLUIfUDUtJ  West Kootenay District, British Columbia.  And take notico that after th������ expiration  one month from date of the first publication of  .y.  And take notice that after the expiration of  lication of  this notice the Creston Power, JUght&Tele-    ___        Jferw������,v���������������������,.v.  approval of the said site ana JPj&ns, And for  leave to construct  Transmission Line.  Me)  ;h   Tension  Dated at Creaton. B.C. this First day of Feb  vary 1929.  Date of first publication, February "L192a.  CRESTON POWER, I3GHT & TElJiPHONE  COMPANY, LIMITED.  GUY CONSTABLE.  SgHSPE  smrni  siE-*���������  3I3f=iBu  3HE  3S=  SHE  Omitting   local   travel   entirely  1SVg Know Printiii  for that is our business-  ���������and it is your business to get  the best possible work at the  lowest possible prices, consistent  with quality. It will be a pleasure  to show you samples and quote  prices.  who demolished the plonk in an  tiie records show 7100 caw passed equally  decisive fashion, and in-  through HykertH-Porthill last sea- torred it at once; but his chief now  hwi.    With the completion of the has gone'to the grave himself and  Copeland-Porthill link it is quite hart,  placed   upon  it   tho  official  safe to way tliiH number will be death certificate,  f/reatly inereuned Hhh year ho that 't'hc   premier  tias  done  an  olf-  iio time should be Boat, when fav- fective job.    "We presume he has  orahle weather arrivcH, in getting iiaHtmetccl all him colleagues and  lo work on surfacing and widen- a-nippovtei'H m the houae never to  jffiffSSBff  0   HBEias l|llfl%|aa-%9 I   *WI^I BttCaW Slaf 1  COMMERCIAL   PRINTING   DEPT.  sii-ir*-*  =s^G1P=e*ll!JBr?  atar?ijiiJLSi  SJdlSlGIIS  SIISI GSJI'ISItSJ ts  3MQE OPKE  CBESTON  BETSEY  ll  The ioe on the lake at Pentioton  is a foot thick.  A Canadian. Club haa just been  organized at Vernon.  Kimberley public library has but  482 books on its shelves.  $68,296    will   be.   required    to  finance "Vernon sohools this year.  SK11   ft^"f       tvill        ft,A       romitimu)       ftw  .    mmmmymm.^^. ���������    ...m.m ,      H^W m ^������^g ** ������������  ^.^. m ~r m  sohool purposes at Kaslo this year.  1046 telephones are in use at  Vernon. This is a gain of 74 over  1927.  The O.P.R. is storing 3000 tons  ies  for  Cranbrook.  Or    las  4iUi*3   . ������-.             ,  The most successful skating rink  carnival in Kaslo in~ten years was  held Friday night last.  Pentioton had 912 telephones in  use a*-, the end of 1.923���������ft gain of  52 over the year previous.  At the .municipal election at  Kelowna last, month -a vote was  cast for. every ratepayer on the list.  A junior Red Cross Society has  just been organized isi connection  with publie school work at Greenwood.  Cranbrook and Kimberley chess  players are having a little tournament with Ave players a side com*   .1   tJOVm.B&.  Due to a cut of $75,000 in the  assessment at Penticton the town  is faoing a raise of one mill in the  tax rate.  The Bulman evaporating plant  Vernon has been forced so shut  down due to a shortage of apples.  Two carloads of them were sunk in  Okanagan Lake while being barged  up from Okanagan Centre.  _S������  II  K*T^T a% _ 5*5*  i^oraiera  T!fc      f_1_  .TT--  ikusioeir s? outwear  a  For general outdoor work and the - utmost an  foot comfort ask for "NORTHERN" Boots and  Lumbermen.    Waterproof���������-Coldproof.  ������<  'A Rubber for Every Purpose.  ���������������  Tan Elk Leather  Top, Brown Duck  Bottom, Rolled  Edge Sole, Solid  HeeL  Mcrs'e, Boar's  Youths*;  Womcn'i,  MlBse������* and  Ch������drea-e  aSsee.  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A good, big load for  $2.50, delivered in town; slightly more  outside of town.     Phone your orders  early.  Vernon public library has 243  members.and on an average about  200 books are exchanged every  Saturday.  The Gazette recalls that this  winter is on a par with tfoe.one the  CS.-K4. ..A -   TSv������i  in 19i2-yiS.  4.  1929   Ford   Gars  Now on Display  *���������  Let us  know your wants in Used Cars  for the coming season.  Headquarters for Kolster and Marconi Radio  Pd% JET* BV������3  B KT* tCSm  Gat g^^u|~^ ^^1 ^^rf*^k. ^^^^^^  __Tw ii^^^S- ^^^L        Jff^^^m*       ^^^^^*  j^P jA* Wt-mm*.^N t\W mmm, ^*f ^^ ^A.t^..  PALW3ER   <&.    MAXWELL  scnvice on anything operated bv gasoline  Kimberley is one of mighty few  towns in tbe interior that has had  little or.no trouble with its water  supply this winter.  At Pentioton .the frost has gone  down five feet, and during the cold  speii about 306 underground water  pipes have been frozen.  Miss Berta Jones of Cranbrook  caught a, yellow butterfly in the  Jones backyard on February 9th���������  according to the Courier.  -J_.C._������ >, ���������t   aai noli ��������� t ueu  .j^   *^ -EST"-"M"      j^,       fidl^*^ J&   \. "**fflr****^fc   ^F**"^. "aS3T"  'W j^*^**4   "Tffll"i**% ' O'  '*ik  ^-"-s^  "^L-^ jL7IBLjc5k.R?3J������    fl_p_     w^m���������yj P h &_ -gp BHJ W^ ^as*^  jld   as   aaow  that the Copeland-.Porthsll link of  the   Idaho   north   and   south  road  will be built early tbis year.  *  At Vernon St. Andrew's and  Central United Churches have unanimously voted to amalgamate as  one congregation during 1929.  c*t. v. _._*_-������ j.   ��������� -     ;__       ^-(__      tt-_-i.   ouareuuiut������-a    .1.      ijmu     jaciowija  creamery were paid aat 8 per cent.  dividend this year. Two years ago  the concern  was almost baaakritpt.  Before fire destroyed part of the  plant the News claims the Bailmau  evaporator at ; Vernon was using  between 12 and 14 tons of apples  'daily.  According to the New Denver  Record the weather this wintea*  would indicate that the Slocan has  shifted about 10Q0 miles further  north/ ; ���������  A writer in the   Rossland Miner  believes     that     the    town   school  grounds would   look   far more at  tractive if Rossland had a Women's  Institute.' yf"??yy,:.y':f ���������-.'..   ' -  At Bonners Ferry the public  library has inaugurated a pay  shelf. For ten*-"cents-, ���������any.' eitizeii  can secure a book to read, good for  OlaS W6@a������.  'After a lapse of-eight years  Cranbrook this year revived the  annual poultry .show, but due to  severe weather the display df birds  was ra&ber slack.--���������. - --       -  V According to the Miner teamsters  at Rossland have made a heap of  money hauling citizens water while  -.he mains are frozen. The charge  was $1 per barrel.  Thomas   White    of    Kimberley  walks to and from Craaabrook ��������� each  Sunday in order   to attend Salva  tioia Army worship.    On the round  t**ir������ he covers 38 miles.  At Cranbrook the water. S3"stem  is so badly frozen in spots that no  effort will be made to thaw it out.  It will be up to citizens interested  to oray for an early spring,  At Vernon it is estimated that  during the recent cold spell it cost'  $400 a day to pump water due to  the extra demand on aeobuaat of  taps being Ief-1 open to avoid freezing.  While thc main line was tied np  and C.P.R. coast freight moved  over the Kettle Valley the Gazette  figures 240 cars of freight daily  moved in both directions through  Grand Forks. '  W OXIOICaB. S *3!llr������ 3&K1CI  Wool Hose  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 8^ to 10.  Price:   $1.15  per pair.  *jU2  -jsf __ JUJf    jfi    "S_ TJJ _f _tm,!i ������3f"*������ __, ty  _i a W___[    __,     _i__JJ_J__f   llml  ��������� SA*m*miA*mmtAmA*0iim***A  Tmiee-a- Week Delivery          _       _____       ^ ^0 mTiSA  ��������� m m      __f tmWs I  _ MAjrm������A       %l!9SZ'������4L/2 4������  2, g/ftgyf? K������ j^BLAtfrjrSf m\f  _  _y ep-ftwa s*-f  jur.&mJB'y ens*  Commencing February 1st! am inaugurating  n.   j. ucauajf aim   rimajr.aiiciuuuu \jio*i.i"oaj   &u.,  connection with the^rtii'al loail service.  Will deliver anything from small parcels up to  500 pounds, delivery to be taken at mail  box location. ��������� "���������  *���������    ���������+ -<v  iviinimum enarge ot iu cents.    JStage leaves  Creston at 4 p.m. .  To ensure delivery telephone instructions must  reach us by l2Vciock noon of maii days.  BWH  o-u  iflllllSf  A  Batiking  Comiection  MARKETS   fluctuate   and   conditions  change, but the hazards of* farming  are less when the farmer is also a businesa  However, as the farmer has not evejy  opportunity of keeping in touch with the  Business World, a good Banking ;connec-  tion is especially necessary to him-rthe  Bank Manager provides a ready contact  with business affairs.  Oisr country Managers command the  knowledge and experience of the whole  Bank, and every local Manager is devoted  to furthering the interests of the cohsi-  munity in which he resides. "  Any Branch of the Bank wUl give you painstaking  advice and dependable service.  OF CANADA  Gre3toi Branch :   O. W. MSLtL^Ny Maaaa,ser.  Breuiohes at Cranbrook, Fernie, Invearmere  176  Your Pocket  I  051  used as a bank has caaay dis*  advantages.  Money carried in ir is easy to  spend on Crifles or may be lost  orstoleru  WTeekly At^r.nn.tA.__ ou* SavJsagfl Batrals  will accumulate rapidly. ������  Small or larj_e accounts are welcosne-i  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000*000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes^ Manager  BURNS&COMPANY.Ltd.  a -T"    liill_*EI_P*_L_r A IklTTC-.  l������II!_/\ 1    Wlfl_j_KLll>Irl Alii 1 D  JTRY OUH  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Aat ticouonkiciul diah, etkBy to Heavo.  Shamrock .Brand HAM. BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  nil viartatlnt"*.  Choicest BEEP. PORK9 MUTTON. VEAL* LAMB  mm* ua     ������������ v* *t a***,      *+fmmm Hmt   a.   wt v#m. -������*%* mm**   mmm*. */*. m      mmmt-fpmm. ,-**������ ���������mm,.  ifUJKfVa' JDJ&AIU  JTIJUMmMJXr   JCUtfMJ  incmiHUH offfjr pa'CKlaictioaa iand pa-odticoH betU-������* poultry.    Buy fchw he������t. THE   "REVIEW,    ORESTON,   B.    C  GRIDDLE CAKES  Who doesn't like griddle cakes?  From, father to the youngest member of the family, every one clamors  for more���������when they are tasty I Here  is a tested recipe: -"  1 cupful    Borden's    St.    Charles  Milk.  1 cupful* water.  2 tablespoonfuls melted butter.  1 egg, well beaten.  3 cupfuls white hour.  X teaspoonful salt.  4 teaspoonfuls balking powder.  2 tablespoons sugar.  Combine the milk and water, add  the shortening1, sugar, and the egg,  and beat in the dry ingredients  which have been sifted together.  Beat thorotaghly; and fry as usual on  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  24  CHRISTIAN GBGWTS  Golden Text: "But grow in -tho  grace and knowledge of our Liord and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ/'���������2  Peter   3.  18a.  Lesson: John 1.40-42; Matthew 16.  15-18; John 21. 15-11); Luke 2.40, f*-2;  Epliesians 4.11-16; Philippians 1.6,  9-11; 3.12-16; Colossiaas 1.9-11;  Hebrews 6.1-3.  Devotional Reading: John 15.1-8.  Explanations and Comments  Becoming a Follower Of Jesus,  John 1.40-42.���������After a   day   in   the  ,    Alberta's  Sheep Values  The value of sheep on the farms  and ranches in Alberta,    which    ia  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  A great swarm of locusts, which  were devastating Palestine, were  driven into the eastern deserts by the  high winds and the crops are saved.  Hugh Lawley, an Oxford man, has  patented a radio set, of four tubes,  that he has built into a miniature  .-grandfather's clock.  Elevator Merger Aainovmceu  The Fort William *'Tianes-JournaV'  I announces the consummation of a  i merger under which tlae Western  * Grain Company, Limited, has been  formed .to take over the assets and  undertakings of sis grain gad elevator concerns that have been in operation for periods ranging from 19 to  27 years. The companies include the  WesteaTa Elevator Coinpaavy, State  | iClevator Company, Central Grain  | Company, Spencer Grain Company,  \ Beaver    Grain    Company    and    the  Lily Lang-try. famous actress and j Western    Terminal    Elevator    Com  pany.  oiled aluminum or soapstone griddle.  If very thin cakes;;are desired, ada  two more, tablespoonfuls of St.  Charles milk and water. For fuithea  interesting recipes Write for the Borden Cook Books, addressing The  Borden Co., Ltd., Dent, WL, 140 St  Paaal St., Must-real.  company of Jesus   (read verses  35-, ..     ...   . .        .    _       ,    *������.  39), Andrew sought his brother and now ^a third province In Canada in  told ham that he and John had, found  point of sheep population, Is nearing  and the- 5,000^000 mark, according to  a  bulletin issued by toe "University of  the Messiah. Messiah (Hebrew,  (Greek), mean "The Anointed t,,  a slightly oiled griddle, or on an un*   ^Mi:s?jV *, ,, .      ,    ~-  ?������ One.     Hebrew kings Were  anointed   411- .  with oil when given their'office, ana -^i0e rza-  HAPPY AND WELL  long known, as the "Jersey Lily,"  tiled recently at Monte Carlo froan an  attack of bronchitis.  The Grecian chamber of deputies  has ratified the Kellogg anti-war  treaty and the non-aggression pact  with Italy.  Canadian breeders -will exhibit in  the neighborhood of 1,000 birds at ^gat-eyed, rosy-cheeked boys and  the World's Poultry Congress to be girls. No mother, though, can expect  held at Crystal Palace, London, in j her children to escape all the ills of  3\i\v  1Q30 "babyhood and childhood, but she can  y> do much to help them fight the battle  Russia, Poland, Rumania, Esthonia, j for health.  PARENTS HAPPY WHEN  BABY SLEEPS SOUNDLY  Here's a Way to soothe crying,  wakeful babies to sleep quickly and  easily It's the Way doctors endorse,  and millions of mothers have proved  is safe and harmless. A few drops of  purely - vegetable, pleasant-taking  Fletcher's Castoa^a, has the moist  fretful, restless baby or child asleep  in a few minutes! And for colic, constipation, colds and upset spells,  there's nothing like Castoria. The  Chas. H. Fletcher signature is the  mark of genuine Castoarta. Avoid imitations and be safe.  Keen   Your  Health  v rriwrf f.  Liniment  TO-NIGHT TltY^  the Spiritual King was thought of, as  The  Anointed,   The  Chosen  Ono   of  God, until The Anointed, the Christ,-\  became the name by which he was, "^"���������^g--  designated.      Then Andrew brought  Peter to Jesua^  The nearer another is  to  us,   the  ^filtiAr  greater our responsibility    for    hasni' i������g|||OI  Our own brothers and sisters know'  us better than do those outside the  family circle;  they know oUr faults  and failings, and therefore we shrink  from talking to them about our spiritual--experiences.    It may    require!  courage to do this, but our Christian-  |,v   n^p   t|,������ 1)11)   RFf IARI F t  ity is shallow if we cannot do fit. "?   USmS   me   UJ-li   -lK.WiU-l.l_ S  As He looked upon Andrew's  brother, Jesus said, "Thou art Simon  the son of John; thou shalt be callea  Cephas." Cephas, the Aramic name,  and Petros, Peter, the Greek name.  XL, V 1Z4. Jf  ���������V-3-I^J        ������v������.  other   wishes  hex  children to be well and happy; to be  K--!~V.*     4m '  and Latvia have signed a protocol by  ���������which the terms of the Kellogg-Bri-  and renunciation of war act are  placed into effect immediately as between themselves.  It is authoritatively stated that  the two British ciorlsers upon which  construction started a few weeks  ago will be 10,000    tons    each,    the  "Old-Time Athletics  An oldtimer "was complaining that  the schools devote too much tiane to  athletics nowadays. "Well," sonac-  one asked, "what did you _ old-timers  do when you -went to school?" "We  had fights," replied the old resi-  denter. .  mean "a stone," a detached piece of  rock. Jesais knew Peter Was too impulsive to be reliable; but he? also  knew-that he would become the rock  on which he would one day build Has  church (Matthew 16.13-19). "In a  gallery in Europe there hang side by  side Rembrandt's first picture, a simple sketch, imperfect aaad faulty, and  his great masterpiece which all men  r admire. And so in the two names,  Simon and Peter, we have first a  rude fisherman, the man as he was  before Jesus began his work on him;  and, second, the man as he became  after the friendship of Jesus and the  teaching of Jesus and the discipline  of life had wroaaght the transformation in him."���������J. R. Mailer.  . S  for that cold   iand tired feeling.  Get Weil--Keep Well.  y    ^  lhe 0ID RE  Mlnard'e Un'ment Co.,   Ltd., Yarmouth,  N.8.  Friction between two surfaces depends upon the pressure applied and  not on the amount of surface contact. Theoretically, a large bearing;  has no more friction than a Banal"**-  one at equal'pressure.  All pa-udent. mothers constantly  keep-at hand the means of aiding  their little ones when sickness comes  suddenly���������as it generally does in the  case of children. In every home Where I f*r au a.._���������������������.������ w *u  there are infants and young children"! haustion. wo waser  Baby's Own Tablets should be found.  Read what Mrs. Maa*y Hill, Centre  Ehimmer, Ont., says concerning these  Tablets:���������"I am the mother of six  children and would  not  be without  maximum displacement under the *}**?'* ������v��������� Tablets They are a, won-  ..T   xm.     m    ��������� t.      * I derful medicane for little ones."  Washington treaty. Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  The Associated    Press    learns    on  thorough laxative which regulate the  srood  authority that    Dr.     Hjalmar  "bowels and sweeten the stomach and  Zt~\~.~mm*.* 4.ai*4m���������4- ~4>    ������������������*,������,    r-c^rv,������Ti   thus break up colds and simple fever,  Schmsht, president of the German anigh constipation and indigestion  Reichsbank, told the reparataons ex-. and auay the irritation accompanying  perts that Germany could no longer the cutting of teeth. They are abso-  pay at the present rate under the lutely safe and are pleasant to take.  L.P,M_ ,..__ The Tablets are sold by all medicine  uawes pian. dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Persistent Asthma. A most distressing characteristic of this debilitating disease, is the persistence with  ���������which recurring attacks come to sap  away strength and leave the saaffer-  er in a state of almost continual e*������>  pre.caution can  be taken than that of keeping at  hand a supply of Dr. J. E>. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy, famous as the most  potent remedy for eradicating the  disease from the tender air passages.  Minard's X.inlaxaent prevents Flu.  .. There are only    3,600    veterinary  surgeons in Bhgiand.*y;  y  Its Quality Sells It.���������The fact that  so many thousands of intelligent people continue to use Dr. Thomas1'  Eclectric Oil Speaks volumes for Ita  healing efficiency. Ever since it was  first introduced it has grown steadily  in public favor, owing entirely to its  manifold usefulness to. relieving and  healing sickness. As a specific for  cuts, burns, scalds, and various a in-  fiaxamatoay pains its record is beyond, reproach. ,  Automobile license plates in J apan  haveyArabic naimerals with a Japanese character ih P front; -giving the  name of the district whence came the  machine^". ....f yf-/'ff fyff.:;..fy,f.y--:.. ."���������',"���������"���������  Cutting Corns With Razor  Leads To Lock-Jaw  Don't cut corns with an old razor  blade.     Infection,   followed often   by  death anay result from paring corns  with an infected razor.    Quick,  safe  relief comes from using PUTNAM'S  CORN    EXTRACTOR.      If    afflicted  with corns, callouses or    sore    foot-]  lumps, use  "PUTNAM'S"���������it's reliable, and sure to shrivel up the corns  eo they di-op right off.  No pain,  no  soreness, but quick relief from sore  corns comes   to   all   who  use   PUTNAM'S PAINLESS CORN EXTRACTOR.       25c.  at all dealers.  Whatever '-He Thought  This isn't a new one, but it is  woa-th re-telling. A little girl ran into  her home one afternoon and said to  her maiden aunt, a Christian Scientist: "Auntie, you know that old man  on the coa*ner who was ill?"  "You mean he thought he was 111"  corrected the aunt.  "Well, now he thinks he's dead,"  aaid the little girl.  Canada Early Prizie Whaner  That Canada early took foremost  place in fish culture is indicated by  the fact that in 1S83 at the Great International Fisheries Exhibition in  London, she carried off the highest  award, namely, the gold medal and!  diploma for tlae best and most complete fish-breeding ^establishment in  the Exhibition.  In  thc building of a railway lino  in  French  Equatorial Africa,   17,0001  negro  laborers  have  died  from  dia-  case, privation and exposure.  Wine-making   is  thc  principal  in-  clusta-y of Portugal.  Books are the ever burning lamps  'of accumulated wisdom.���������Curtis.  W W  PHUUPsq  For TVoutolew  due to Acid.  INDlOBS-nON  ACtOSTOKACM  HBAWTUUR*.'  ttr^.n a****"*  "hen Food  01M1TS  Children suffering from worms  soon show the symptoms, and any  mother can detect the presence of  these parasites by the writhings and  fretting of tho child. Until expelled  and the system cleared of them, the  child cannot regain its health. Miller's  Worm Powders are prompt and efficient ,not only for the eradication  of worms, but also as a toner up for  children that are run down in consequence.  Thc Germans have built a car that  will run one mile on half an ounce of  gas. Those Christmas cigarette lighters will come in handy yet.  over PaMt :ihe world  ThOTJSANDS of women have comer  to regard Cuticura as the true natural  aid to a lovely skin and attractive hands  and hair. Regular daily use of Cutieua-a  Soap, assisted by Ctaticuwa Ointment  -when required, purifies and beautifies  the skin; cleanses the scalp and keeps  the hair live and glossy.   '  So������p23e.   Cinuiveac 25c, sss-2 5&c.  Ts!ciu-a25e��������� I  Sample each free.   Addrets Canadian Depot:  mM.VC. Walt Company,Xlmlted, Montreal,  On&tieiUM S~-_*������iug Stlelc SSc.  5zxZ5rZ5*  All mothers ccin put away anxiety  regarding their suffering chlldreaa  when thoy havo Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to give relief.  Its effects arc eurc and lasting.  :>-*  ^w^r^S^^^^tw^Mwft  ^  "Daddy," cried the doctor's small  aon, "I want a drink."  "Sorry," murmured daddy, plecp-  iiy, "but I'm all oait of prescription  blanks,"  About two hour������ aftor eating many i narmlo������g. It hau remained tho atand-  iicuple Buffer from uour otomachn. ���������������,d w������tu phymciana in tho 60 ycara  ,������������������,,, ������,. a .nmK���������.,Uo���������, it m������������. Wat '^^.^Si^.  tho. Hlomneh ncrvuu huvo been" over-  etimuluied. Tlierc iu ex������:cHt* acid. Tho  way to coir������iCt it i:; with nn alkuM,  tvhich neaitraiizuii niuny tianen uh v������m-  uiiii' lu acid.  Tlie ri.'Tht way ir-i riiilllpM* Milk of  Mnjjnesia���������jawit. a tn.HtelcHji dos-o in  i������-iit#r. It in   pleasant,   cftlelent,    atid  laartlhoil. RcHultd como  tdmoHt iriHtuntly. It Ih tho approved  aiiclhod. You will aaover ubo unoUior  v:\wix yoaa know,  lit- !tur������ hi M*-������. tins m*-"'"!''" ntlllli-f-i"  TvIiHi of rvT������A*nc.i*.i:v prescribed by physt-  < iann for 50 y^arn hi cori'ccling ex-  <:<���������!������������ neidu. JCnch botllu conuuu/i faali  <ili*ee1 Umw���������any drugBtor*.  Stop tlao CoaaRh. ��������� Coughlnc? ia  caused by irritation in the respiratory pasaage and ia tho effort to dislodge obstructions that come from  inflammation of the mucous membrane. Treatment with Dr. Thoan-  fift* ���������Rrtloetrlc OH will allay the inflammation and in consequence the cough  will tiHualiy stop. Try It and you will  bo satisfied.  if.tV'fh',- i- -���������^'.������;*L,,..y.������,  V'm-f* ������������������<���������"������������������ iy?W  %���������&������������������$������,��������� A,<-aS'a\J< A  Keep Foods  ^S___^_%_^_\^ff.__i__^. ]������?'tmi*_tbf___.  Keep your foods���������cakes, bread, pies, cut meats, etc  ���������uncfer a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.   You'll be amazed at thc length of  time they'll stay Jreah...c!eIi<ciouit! Para-  Sani   keeps  them   from   staling  Get Para-Sani La thc handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  For less exacting uses ask for  Appleford's "Centre Pull"  Packs in sheet form*  Wi^%A^#t^  --^^mg/^������0������^mm  "So Barker Is doing a cash busl-  nofw and making lots of money."  "Yhb, Iio'b feathering hia nest v/llb.  down puymeaalfc), ho to speak."  CPMiiricpc  *w  :a'^11,aaQ^,a.'1  Mlnard'H' UaaLiucnt  ColclH.  for   C'oeiKiLs   u.������i������������  W.    N.   TJ.    1773  Western RcprtMnMitoea:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASSC the BSsvraw, cbestcw, b. a  wmm oiiRiiiiiiRi^ij  fANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 5Q YEARS  itSKffiBiKEif fiRiti?! siEjisifofiii.  THE CRIMSON 1  WEST S  ��������� BY ���������  AI^EX.PKIXJP  With. Thomas Allan. FuUtohcr.  Teraatew Oat,  CHAPTER XEV.���������-Continued.   .  Rand stripped to   the waist.  Con-  Sis'2     fi*7fie      ������*e������afr<������jr3     **vn      t^nrn     ������nljwHt.V  w w^ -v.^ a w.w m ������^������. v_ .. .- ^,    <s     ^  framg of this huge blond; the  bunched - and rippling muscles, the  .great chesi Covered with a mat of  thick hair, and the enormous limbs.  Her glance then turned andnroved to  the man who waa to fight for her  honor. Donald's eyes were like burn-,  iaag coals. His face had regained its  color, but was contorted with a passion that made him seem unnatural.  Yet he appeared a mere strippling  in comparison to his burly antagonist.  For a moment Connie became a  primitive woman. She felt as though  she could rend and tear. Her" eyes  darted blue lightings of wrath toward the man who had.insulted her.  and her small hands clinched in impotent fury. Her nails cut into her  palms as she exercised- eyeryy ounce  of self-control to keep from scream-  .LUg      (UUUU.  her. She caught her breath in a  quick stab. Her heart was beating  with alternate throbs of joy and  fear. A sudden fit of trembling  seized her, and her head felt light  and giddy.  Hand's reputation as a rough and  tumble fighter-was --well -known  throughout the province. It was his'  proud boast that he never had been  whipped. He advanced now, a sinister  leer  on his  face.  Andy  ran  to  I waa   pressed   suffocatingly   against  his throat. Donald -was forced slowly  backward to strike the ground with  , a thud,- the big man on top. -  i     "Now  I   got   you!"   panted   Hand  | as he released his hold on Donald's  waist and aimed a blow at his face-  With  a  quick movement  the   under  man turned face down. Hand struck  ham viciously as he lay prostrate under him.  Connie's eyes "were wide with horror, and a muffled scream escaped  her lips as the blow fell.  With a qaiick, convulsive movement of his lithe body Donald threw  Hand from his back and sprang to  his feet. Whirling quickly as. the  foreigner came toward him, he sent  in a volley of blows to his opponent's  face. Hand staggered, .but did not  fail. His lips were cut and bleeding*  his nose was broken; and he spar  out several broken teeth. Any one  of the blows landed -was sufficient  to send an ordinary man down for  the coiant, but still the gargantuan  giant came on.  In and   out   Donald   flashed,   his  arms moving'like steel pistons. Hand  could not keep away from the punishing  left  hand  of his   lighter op  ponent. Men -not trained in the science  of  boxing have   no   puiaishing  power in their left hand, but depend  solely on their right. Such was the  case   with  Hand.  His  style  did not  vary for a moment. With head lowered between his powerful shoulders,  he. would bore in, swinging wildly in  the hope of landing a lucky painch,  or striving to get a hold en his adversary. Donald's hand kept beating  a tattoo  on  his  rock-like  jaw,  but  still Hand came forward, "slowly and  relentlessly "as a steam-roller.  Crowding Donald back to the line  of tense spectators, Hand rushed him  into the. scattering crowd and seized  him in a rib-cracking embrace. Don  as if there would be a general melee. There came sullen mutteringa  from the crowd cf .strikers  "Back!'.' John HiUer'a voice rang  out {sharp and clear. "I'll kill tlae  first man- that .interferes 1" The eyes  shining' over * the longbarrelled Colt  held a dangerous glint. The men who  had moved to the centre backed  away hurriedly.  ��������� Back and forth the combatants  struggled, neither gaining any decided advantage, each trying to land a  blow that woaild end the battle. Reeling, gasping", striking, falling to their ,  knees from sheer weakness, the men  fought on under a burning noonday  sam."  No knight of old ever fought more  nobly for a fair lady's honour than  did Donald McLean that day by the  lake-shore. His -undershirt was torn  to tatters, showing his white skin  blotched with welts and bruises. He  was losing his sense of distance  Swinging wildly with his left, hlal  wrist struck Hand's adamantine jaw I  and the onlookers saw his face  writhe in pain as the arm fell helplessly to his side.  -  "������������'s broken 'is    sand/',    groaned  Andy.  "Oh, stop it, Andy, please stop "it!"  sobbed Connie, her arms held out in  entreaty.  Donald's face turned a sickly grey,  and  as  the well-nigh" sightless  foreigner staggered weakly toward. hiHie  he  with a strength born  fo agony  whipped his right to  his opponent'^  sagging jaw.      The big man faltered, sank slowly to hands and knees,  then stretched at full length, his face  pressing  the  soil,   qaiivered' and  lay  still.      No    sound    came   frona    the  crowd.     The thing had been too stupendous for  immediate  shouting  or  applause. Donald stood    for   an    instant      swaying      aincertainly,    then  turned to stumble toward his cabin.  Blackie sprang to the    top    of    a  stump and swung has hat in the'-- air.  "Three cheers for our boss!" he yell-  fcd wildly.  A   roaring  cheer   came   from   the  crowd with a. right good will.  "Boys, let's* go    back,   to   work!"  shouted Blackie. .���������-  "We're with you.    Blackie]"    they  answered  !W--i?-'-_-_f-������>���������__  are doubly dangerous  "��������� after Flu  'PKyefeSano advise- Shaft fi&������ chief da-age_>  ia this ������pid������mis is AfTSS .lefSaesssu  T!������esis snore fthsn ever* colds ratt-ackmgr a,  child** -wottl-ened system anay lead to  feroeschitia, pneumonia* shraa traWe, sxh-  acsfta of the ear, mastoiditis, or ������ven. Site  Check CoMs With-dui "Dosing**  A peculiarity of- influenza is that its toxins leave  the digestive system upset. Too much "dosing**  further disturbs the digestion and lessens the appetite, just when the child needs nourishment moro  than aver. Internal -medication should therefore  be avoided* except on the advice of a physician*  __ As Vicks VapoRub is applied externally, it can do  B8B -used freely at the first sum of a cold with no fear  of upsetting even the most delicate stomach*  Jtast  rub it on the throat and chest at bedtime..  Ticks Acts 2 Ways at Once  (i) Its medicated vapors, released by the body-  warmth, are inhaled direct to the inflamed air-  passages, loosening the phlegm and easing the difficult breathing.  <2> At the same tisae, Vicks acts through the skits  like a poultice, "drawing out" tightness and soreness, and thus helping tbe vapors to break up the  congestion. ,  Of course, Vicks 2-way action is just as effective  for adults? cold-troubles as it is for those of children.  SB!  VapoRub  For ���������������l4ts eS AH *&������ Faseoily  "Box 'im, Donnie," he whispered.  VDcm't let 'im get 'old onfyou.'^     y  *!You goin' to... vip me? De dude  goin' to vip me? Ach!" scoffed Hand  Jn guttural accents.  Ke came slowly forward with  arms spread wide, his thick fingers  working convulsively. D q n a 1 d  leaned slightly forward and waited.  As he neared him, Hand tore In.  sure of himself in the rough and  tumble. Donald side-stepped the big  man's first rush and shot his left to  his face. He" was not . properly set  for the blow, but it stung Hand to  madness.  "Ach!" he grunted, ,-, "stand and  fight you d-  coward!"  He came oa, his arms swinging  Wildly. Leaping aside, Donald's heel  struck a stump, and before he could  regain his footing the giant's arms  were around him in a .bpne-crushing  grasp. His hands were clasped at  Donald's waist, and   the   big   head  Donald!" she sobbed, "you fought  for me. I love you! I love youi Oh  Andy," turning her streaming eye?  to the little man, "he won't die, wil*  he? Tell rae    he ������������������'^ot.%.J'jB.i^^^i^  trembling- fingers ; were    smoothing  Donald's  dark hair,  and  she  kissed  Gillis reached Donald's side as he! nis   battered  face   tenderlyiyall   the  No man expects a great deal fr-ora  marriage. He Is quite satisfied if his  wife is a good cook, a good valet,  an attentive audience, and a patient  nurse.-  -', y"?  tottered into the - cabin and caught  him in his arms as he collapsed into  unconsciousness. The big man picked him up tenderly and placed him  on the bed.  FARMER'S WIFE  SETS STRENGTH  By Taking Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable  Compound  Wilton,. Ont,-���������"I am taking Lydia  J9, yinkham's Vegetable Compound  ^through thcChango  of Life, It helps mo  and I cannot praiao  it too highly. I *wae  troubled with heat  flashes and my  limb's'Woro heavy  no I could hardly  walk to do my  farm worlc. 1 saw  In tho newspapers  your ad about the  Vegetable Com-  =i|it)Ound and thought  to give It a trial. Tho first bottlo gavo  mu relief and I have told others what  it doca lor me. I am willing for you to  use my letter if you chooao."���������Mas.  3D. B,TORitft, Wilton, Ontario.  Mh Vou* Neighbor  aid broke tli8> hold, but uOu py������ui:e  the brute had butted him over the  eye. With the blow Donald's senses  reeled and the blood gushed from o  Wide gash on his brow. A blow  from the foreigner's big fist then  caught him aver thc .heart and sen*  him staggering to his knees. With  a curse the big man came after him.  A.ndy*shouted hysterical words of  advice.  Donald came slowly to his feet and  meciaanically slde-etepped as Hand  came stumbling, toward him. Donald evaded him -until his head  cleared, and then summoned his remaining strength into one 'mighty  blow that landed flush on his opponent's midriff. The blond beast came  to bis knees with a dull graant.^  "Go after him!" yelled excited  voices from the crowd.  Donald stepped forward with flst  drawn back to strike tho kneeling  man, but his arm fell to hia side and  he shook his head. "Get up!" he  commanded hoarsely."  Even the strikers gasped their'appreciation of this honorable act. A  murmur of applause camo from both  sides.     Tlie    foreigner    shook    his  shaggy blond head and came uncea*"-  tainly to his feet and the sanguinary  battle went on. Both men wore tired  Hand's breath was coming in short-  choking   gasps   from   Saia   tortured  lungs, and his face was one smear  of    blood,    Donald's    left    eye   was  closed; hia Hpa were split, and the  gash over his  eye had  covered hia  body with   blood.    His   arms   were  tired from pounding tho Iron jaw of  hia    adversary.    Tho    big    logger's  strength waa waning;  the pounding  administered by Donald  waa beginning to tell.    "But Donald    was    too  weak to avoid his rushes. In a clinch  Hand   again   butted" him.   with   hi?  head,  Blackie, lais oyes   blazing,   leaped  forward with a peavy handle In his  hand. "You fight fair, ci  you, or  I'll  bruin youi"  he  shouted. Ono of  the strikers attempted to wrest tho  peavy    handle     from     hia    hands  Blackie fc-ll^d him with a blow of hit*  and telephone for Dr.    Paul,"    commanded Andy tersely. ~  -As Gillis left tci fill Andy's commission, Coniiie fell on her knees by  the bedside and wept with wild and  passionate violence,      "Oh.    Donald!  while calling his name hysterically.  With tears in has eyes and a heart  full of sympathy, little Andy looked  down on the recumbent form of his  unconscious friend.    M 'E's  all  right  r*nv������i(a ������*BVn    -Vtol--. oil     ������t~������,*    3~     -1    *���������������-.  -_^t*->--������ fc*.* w ���������*^  mm,- ��������������������������� wtrn^-, * *������������-���������-.      ������ *j*jMv -^ 4j *: ���������; SJ*  .   A������* W  days," he answered her fin a choking  voice. '��������������������������� '"'-"A  (To Be Continued.)  To believe with certainty we must  begin by-doubting.-���������Stanislaus.  REUEVEB  ���������,*���������'..*. QUICKi-Y  Ibie Fnrehr "Vegetable PiU  aulckly corrects the  digestive     d is tur-   banees, removes the  ������������������j,.������jj.di nnjonnn -.and ?.-sIcfe heafi.  ache -auickly disappears. Yoiir whole  systemf enjoya a tonic effect j cbflstf-  patlon vatalshes, and'you feel a renewed vigor. Avoid bromides and  dope,theyaredepressingandharmful*  All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkg*.  CAHim'S BHIPILLS  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiifiiiiimiieiiuiniiiii!ii!Hiiii!iiiiiH^  ES  ���������5  The Improved  GIubs Substitute  ������IAI>E IN EfTGI^KD  3  S  ������  3  a  a  COWS& WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH   =  a  ss  ss  SB  5  W,    N.    IT.    1778  I s*  W1NDOUTE stands for 100 per cent, eunllgtit. tt  makes light but strong-windows for cattle sheds, dairy  stables,. poultry Siotwes, brooders and oil out buildings, it  Is economical, unbreakable, flexible aand la easy to cut and  At. It is now being euccesafully -used for sunrooms,  vcrasulahe, 'cchoolo, fwotorlea, honplt������l% Bffnsa1teHaim.il, hot  beds, plant covering! and greenhoussa, It keepa out cold  ���������will not erack or chip,���������cuts with *n ordinary pair ol  scissors and is easy to fit. WINOOLITIS Is supplied In  rolls any length, but In one width of SA inches only. A  square yard of "WINDOIJETRI weighs about 14 oss��������� while  a square yard of glass of ordinary thlcknons. weighs  About 135 to 1'JO 02a. The Improved WINDOLITE rcojtUrM  no vsKntsh. WINDOUTI5 Is mads ln Kngland,    .  3������r!ta 9*1 .SAI B������-������r fiqwiwe V������r-fl.,'f.������.bM Tttronto.  ITee WIMOOLtTS and let  YOUR PLANT*  YOUN CHIOKENO  YOUR CATTLE  Bank In lOO^o ftunllohli  (Send for bookl^l ������������������wmBOtKB" '  Difttributors: JOHN A*  51 Wcllinirton St. W.  THE sun Is the all-powerful life producer,  Nature's universal disinfectant and  germ destroyer, aa well as stimulant  nrjil tor-He, wi"NVM>fj������TPi(l Is the paan'n most  Impoyrtant ally.  Medical research has definitely proved  that from the point of view of Health and  Hygiene, the most effective among tlio sun's  rayi. are the Ultra-Violet rays, which possess  the greatest power for the prevention and  ..cure of disease and debility,        _^..  Bclence has further established that ordinary Window glass dots not allow tho passage of "Ultra-Violet rays' so that by using  ���������loan we are eaMUflclally excluding these vital  health-giving rays. Therefore, the invention  g������_ WINDOllTIQ has completely .atlsflod the  long-felt want. Exhaustive experiments  have conclusively proved that it is ������ most  effective substitute for glaai, that It freely  admits the Ultra-Violet rays, and that Its uso  has a most beneficial effect on the growth  end development of plants end chickens and  on the well-being1 of oettts, A-nahtart for the  first time to have healthy .light Instead ot  darkness in their sheds.  ymSeed, the discovery of WTNIMIttrW hits  during the last six years completely revolutionised gardening, given a new stimulus to  poultry breeding, Increasing the egg-laving  capacity end fertility of chickens, has greatly  Improved tho health of cattlo nnd is now be������  Ing used ln domestic and household require*  n_oiit_i, -  3  S3  ^jLluAr^ JL_Ui_UIl������        ���������mZ       \J\J*������, JUI.IJ,  TORONTO^ ONT.  li^L. H looked for one ttenae moment [i^uillllllllllllit������illUlUllUlllllliaailimuilliillItlIllIltfilltlIim^^^ m.Bmm  CRESTON  BEvIEW  Ghrsst Church. Creston  9UNUAY,  ORESTON���������7.30 p.!  ���������'t&BB. && ...  n.. Evensong.  Local and Personal  Unit  Hbv. B. E. Cribb, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.na.-���������WYNNDEL.  2 30 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.an.���������CRESTON.  .Are:  ^���������S " f    r-1  Several 10-aca-e taacts, all under irrigation and running water. Apply to  E. NOGUIEB, Canyon. ��������� ���������"  REiAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON,    8.C.  ty  80Y_M������iEiiT UQiJOB ACT  Noi������<e& of Application  Beer License  Notice 2s hereby given that on ore aftor the  lStb day of March, 1929, the undersigned intends  to apply to the Liquor Control Board for a  license in respect of premises being part ot the  building to be tfcnown as the Russell Hotel  situated at Kitchener, B.C.. upon the land  described as Lot Ten in Block Elfeht, Tovrasite  of Kitchener. Group One, Kootenay district,  Nelson Land Registration District, in the Province of British Columbia, for the sale of beer by  the glass or by tbe open bottle for consumption  on the premises.  Dated'this 12th day of February. 1939.  JOSEPH LANGLOIS. Applicant.  For Rent���������Five .room house, good  location.    P. H. Jackson. Oreston.  Fob. Sale���������2 tons alfalfa, $15 a ton  at stack.    K. E. Paulson, Creston.  For Sale���������-20 acres of land at Creston.    R. Littler. Cumberland. ������.������J.   :  Foa Sale-���������Good heavy wm*k tea ha,  will spII single or doable. E. Nouguier,  Canyon.  Hay For Salk���������-Quantity red and  sweet clover mixed. B. Nouguier,  Canyon.  Miss H. McPherson of Kaslo was a,  Oreston ��������� visitor last- weeks h-.guest- of  Miss Lily Baz-ner.  Father Choinel will be hea-e oaa Sunday, 24th, for the wsual services in  Holy Cross Cnurch.  Goats For Sale-���������Five of thean; 4  nannies, terms to Butt biayers. Frank  Celli, Box 47, Creston.  ThroughoutLentthere wall be service in Ch**ist Church every Friday  morning at ten o* clock  For Sale Quantity of preen oats.  Also sonae good   cow feed.    For prices  phone Geo. Davie, Canyon.  Ted Staples, who has beeka at his  home, at Kelowna foa- the past few  weeks, returned on Monday.-  Hay For Sale���������Aboaat 10 tons  mixed alfalfa and grass, $14 ton at the  barn.    Albert Stewart, Creston.  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid were  favored with a nice day and a .good  turnout for their tea aaad pantry s>ale  at Mrs Henderson's. Saturday afternoon, at which, the c������sh intake was  about $30.  For Sale���������Ford lasrht delivery  truck, $375; not run 300 nailes: any  reasonable trial. B. Johnson, Kitchener, B.C..  LstJMBER" 'For- Sale���������One and two-  inch 8-foot lumber, all widths, $10 per  thousand feet at mill near Porthili.  Monrad Wigen, Creston.  s  -T^gi ��������������� Pr%* *******  _-*%<  **--w������ ������,    s^j>������ r*t-v**b     %s*A  mm fc* a*A������v? m  ___������-.   **%mWK>y  February 1st to 23rd Sale  BIRTHDAY SALE  REXALL BIG SALE  1903-1929 SALE  BIG SAVINGS SALE  ORESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  TBEREXALL STORE  GEO. H. JKLEJL.UY  1-611   Srl���������C������S  and  at  iiliiyie-piS   ifijBitp  per Yard to clear  li       jggj^ gjgj^ BSSI'3 dS^BBSS^Sfi^ (ft. Q   HS _jj3 WSM Hps* gtf*k   KL   fiL H '"BP"II H     HP"  P    ��������� - EP? ������* -^- 1 i 1 Wi Hfl mv W���������1 mi fin Hi 1' 11   m  f \      %jg m n, (jjaa *^gm   q   vjw q t-   WWW en w w -^ov tm  mtm <m   -*   w ���������, -���������~.  __Mk_���������   __Mfc_   ___   ___   HHib    ___.     |Hk   4h  <���������_  AAI M        eMUMHM  ttWhui  COmPAr^Y,    LTD.  f^r.***\\\z:^m*mm*^  Q   U  MmP.    ...  and Les. Mawson baye just been elected members of the session of ,the Dn.  ated Church at Kimberley.  The W.A. of. Christ Church will  have a sale of home cooking end  novelties and 25c. tea in the Parish  Hall on March 9th. 3 to 5.80 p.m.  For Sams���������Small Jonathan apples  iia nrst class condition. 65 cents per  boy delivered any where in town.  Leave orders at my shop.   V.MaW6on.  The Girle* Go Getter Club of Trinity  United Chairch, are having a Sham,  rock Tea in the church basement nn  Satueday afternoon, March 16th, 2.30  to o p   na.  R. B. Stanles, of Kelowna, sales  aaianager for Sale-? .Service, Limited, is  here on aa business visit thi? week. He  estimates that less than 100.000 boxes  of Okataagan apples are now unsold.  Fourteen tables of players weae- in  evidence at the Women's institute  valentine bridge drive on Thursday  night at the Parish Hall at which the  highest scores were made by Ma-s.  Twigg and jpj*ibeipa1 Levers, arid -the  second place, honors were awrtrded W.  R. Long and^Mrs. R. J. Lor.g:  Mrs. "W. J. Tra'ascntt. has consented  to take charge as leader of the Girls*  Go Getter Ciub of Trinity "United Ch-  aarch, which has just been organized  with the following officers: President,  Maa*cella Sanford; vice - president,  Ruth Oartwaighi';':secretary-treasurer,.  Ada.Lewis. The girls are having a St."  Patrick.s tea on March 16th,  Regastrary of; voters, F. H. Jack spaa.  as this week -aendang out official notice  to all those who failed to vote at tbe  provincial election last July notifying  that aapless appiicaUon to have names  reinstated on list as made forthwith j  the names of those failing to vote will {  be dropped pes tiianently frossi t������is new-  list whach is naade aap au iu.ay.  R. B. Staples, who was here frona  Kelowna for a couple of days at the  first of the week, gave emphatic denial  to some a-aamors thathave been an car -  eolation to the effect that Creston.  Growers, Limited, were selling out to  Scott Fraaifc Companv. Off the front  page will be found -in intereting announcement in this cynanectjon.  Trinity United Church C.G.I.T.  will again be an charge of Mrs. Herb  Gobbett this term, and officers elected  for the year are: President, Frances  Lewis; vice-president, Dorothy "Pal-l  mer; secretary, Peggy Blinco; treasurer, Dorothy Marshall. The group  has taken the name of Wade Awakes  and have as their foaarfold objective:  Cherish health, seek truth, know God  and serve oitheas.  .Two rinks of Nelson curlers w������re  here on Sunday for two hetween-trains  games with local rinks skipped_by,A.  L. l?almer and M.R.Joyce. The honors  for the day were even, the Nelson rink  headed by H. M. Whimstsr beating  Palmer, while the Joyce rink had the  best of it over the Douglas rinl- of Nel-.  son., Creston caarlers.dispensed.a very  fine line of hospitality arid the visitors  wont horne well pleased with their  visit,  Friday night's meeting of Trinity  United Y.P.D. was turned into ia  social affair, with a miscellaneous  shower having a prominent paa*!.. The  affair was in honor of Mr. and Mra.  Victor Mawson. who were remembered  with a great variety of gifts for their  new home, the young people's society  presenting them with a carving set.  There was a great variety of games  and contests, and lunch was a'.so  sea*ved.  Miss Giles of Brockville,, Ontario,  national field secretary of thc Dominion W.O.T.U., will p������y tho Oreston  branch un official visit this week. On  Thursday afternoon sho will speak to  tho oehool children and on Friday  morning Bhc will meet Croston W.O.  T.U. menabeiH at a seaidon In Trinity  Church hull. Duo to tho Presbyterian  W.M.S. of Kootenay being In session  lapro on Thaarsday it Is Impossible to  have a public meeting.  Officers for the Young People's Department wna-k of'JVinity Uniu-d Church havo just been elected for tho  ensuing yo������u\ as tallows; Pi-eaidont,  Miss Rdith Cook j vice president, Vernon Cook; Rocretiary trmasua'oa-s Vic.  Mawson; groiap loadom, W. J. Triis-  cott, Lorna Lytic, Lily Lowia and  Edna Holmes, with each group respnn  si bio for hanilling ono meeting euch  month. There, are twenty mnmherR.  and IrtFl yenr imbatantlal contrb������Mon������  woro made to the organ and M. &< 15.  futads of the church.  To maice Your  ���������-������"������-������*- ��������� '-������������     t_j^V  I  THEY NEED  LAYING MASH  *b^ nn r.0r inn 1K������  SCRATCH  $2.85 pep 100 lbs.  Cracked Corn.    Wheat  Oats*    Oyster SheE  Car TIMOTHY HAY just arrived  Quality right-���������so is the price.  Crestors Vaiiey Go-Operative Assn-  CRESTON  ERICKSON  iajOS^fealiilg  35������te*������iy������������ffl3w������. ���������  ia^a-SSBHiK-u * 'o,o JJ  q Arrinnd  El  PUT UP IN  3^ YARD ENDS  at  tfg-a ii   (fie    \W _^  Z3   A I-  $ i -" per Lengiii  AU Different Pattern  and Fast Color  Exceptional Value  WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THIS ASSORTMENT.  AcDnno c  ��������� *\*^    K SmLmStf    .mLmAmi    JE%_   ^^  .Dry Goods.       Groceries,     Furniture.      Hardware  -i*>til inw.   ..riviiiiwi.������������������, ..,������mi u������.������...    yMiiiu-v.,    ^;>.nHi.i  "Mllii".    , >ffilUi������./  ^^^x^m^^3ggA j|0jfflk sstfSBh ^^^r ^Kgk sps kks **fij|       ^fl^B^y ._ayi^ twH0jff&A MM|  P'ipes _=>ee-re Up  ���������m  Remember we carry a complete stoc  of Pipes and Fittings and are willing-1  do  yonr  Plumbing   work   at   a ver  reasonoblo price.  to  y ^7  l  /  _e'*%^l  10 y*^jgj/^  OlSGkSQallEl  o-B-(I   Effi'iiS^ Si ^^__i_m__       ^SS      w^^mjm^mW __\  j^miiwwM^    ^^m^mttu    ^^ ewwtn'.'ir *^  <->au^      ^^y       ^m   ^^^   ^ttM.     ^^  &

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