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Array ,* )  \  //  //  /  JLJdt  Vol XXI.  CRESTON, B. Cl, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1929  *No. 2  Wynndel Ladies  The March meeting of Creston and  District Women's Institute was held  on Easter Monday, April 1st,  in old  on Friday afternoon, wsth 2# membera  present. The resolution left over frosn  last meeting regarding communicable  ���������diseases anb maternal and infant.mortality in child birth, as well as tbe  medical inspection of school children  throughout the smaller centres anS  rural areas of Canada, -was passed.  A. coQasuittee of Mrs. Kayden, Mrs.  Stevens and Mrs. Gheifdngton was  oameq. t*> ariange for the-entertain  ment df tbe members of the Wynndel  Institute -who are to be -guests.of the  Creston Institute at the April meeting  A social "evening Jor members and  friends^ to take p^acte some time in  March was proposed iand the following  committee given charge- of arrangements: Miss Violet Morrow, Mrs. W.  Truscott, Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. Hare  and Mrs. Hendy.  It was decided tbat a bulletin board  for Institute notices should be placed  in a space granted by G. Johnson in  front.of the butcher shop.  Some suggestions for the. .inipr������ ve-  n1c on May 2ith.  W.A.^ carnival fancy dress dance,  Saturday, March 18th, in old school  house. Five prizes for s costumes:  Picture, handknit silk sweater, Kent's  scarf, hand embroidered apron and  gent's tie.' --"rerihe** prise** for spot  dnnce arid elimination waltz. Fine of  25 cents on those " not in costume.  Ladies 60 cents, gents 76 cents. Three  piece orchestra. .  Creston Fighters  ���������������?���������_  .XL-  ^Siow-ac oonners  i'^  Creston furmshed three contest-  ���������*" -   '     '���������*������  |8 main bouts of tbe  aItai.   Ixatrl    in    t.Vin  ants in tbe thi  A_M������<-*������  vrtfi������K."7   Bonners Fer ry^bheatre o i Tuesday,  March 12th. ^|'.V. Lookbesd, Ted  Bush s,ncj Daau Peairs were' the  thre������ local boys who were featured  t -i   - -*   ys  on the Bonner^ Ferry programme.  Harlow,  the 3������elson heavyweight,  ~    ������      ,   ,������.,,    *   .. -������i handled   the vPQyRj   and    assisted  On March 10th, to Mr. and   _      ,   ���������        *,   C . ������������������ -    - ' ��������� EVas-.ir   HtarfanSn   ������naniimnn   &1rr������irfi  Ei|ent Om.~i.vti.'* n\. ������s.ir- were   \.m~.Z.l..mJ.  OUUUIIVUCM.  Among them   the    following:   That  there be exhibited an Institute collect-'  of everything that can be produced, in  the home  or grown 'in the district.  That thera be some dispfay of school  children's   work.   That a number of   .  ^      _     -   ^  j, ^.    ������   .     ~ im -J^innie at the  women be anpomted to tafce'cnarge o-i *  the exhibition tables, and  that some  form   -of   protection   he provided for  fancy work and cooking to prevent  these being handled.  The men.hersbip drive "has result*8*!  in   16   new   members being enrolled..  Mrs.   Hare's side  leading at present.  The *ea"*>Wst^s^we#������>ja^i;l^!^Koi^;'  Mrs/Allah'atad Mrs. F. Staples.. $2.80  was received at the  collection for the  Crippled children's Home.  emmv.u.<  Mjuir.er, a daughter.  A remarkably fine showing has been  made at Lister-Huscroffc in the canvas for Bible Society funds. The staff  of collectors gathered in $10.75.  The travelling between LiBter and  Creaton is so heavy just now that  rnail carrier Geo. Jacks has bad to  abandon the truck and use bis team.  Jack Gordon was a visitor at Trail  last week in quest of work but the  spring rush is not due to start for another month, he was advised.  ���������   -G. Ko.Dnndas, representing the Canadian Goodrich- Company, Lethbtidge  was a butiness visitor-, here on   Tues  day.  ' K. J. Maithouse, wbo bas been at  Kitchener with his team at logging  woik for the past two months, arrived  end of the week. Jock  Duncan is also home .again.  The bad travelling bn Saturday kept  down the attendance at the Community Society bridge whist to six tables,  crariK Staples $u managing  generally..        y*  Jimmy Ijoolshead was billed to  me������t Pye^.oftjSandpoins, hut Jimmy's affair gnt\ho further than the  dressing roorb- y- Jimtny looked too  promising to, Suit the ideas of the  Bonners Ferris matchmakers, who  announced that their man was un  able to reach the eity on account of  had roads," and*- presented for the  approval of Manager Staples a hoy  from Spokane who outweighed  Jimmy by about 15 pounds. Staples declined the offer with thanks,  incidentally mentioning the fact  that X-ookhead had driven to Bonners over 17. miles of the worst  roads  in   America   to  meet Dyer.  that it is mighty goad business for  Mrs, Pease. The prizewinners were  Mrs. Willis and J. Brubacher. To  night Mrs. Brubacher will be 'hostess,  at the Pease home.  Mrs. Foster, who bas been, at Wasa  for some time past, is here on a* visit  witb her parents,   Mr.  and  Mrs.   fi.  Stewart. *>  Oae day last week .between ������ a.m.  and noon the teacher-age was- broken  Into and some money, a few cigars  and some biscuits were stolen. As no  deaths, or serious cases of illness are  reported anywhere in the Valley principal Liukas is rather proud of his  baking and will probably bave same  entries .m tbe cooking class at tbe 1629  fall fair.  ! *Eyes; frf * Love1  lure  99  ##ff*������taK������  f4. .m~ms  Bw.^.n      ,o gprtijjg. +r^ ������&rs.'-J������!.as*&S!o?i5ss and J".  Kewitson.  as usual.  There was a fine supper  Mr. anct Mm* S*v Pascusszo spent .a  few days with Nelson friends last  week.  Mr. Backus returned on Saturday  after spending about ten days in Spokane and other Washington state  points.  Miss Hanson returned to Creston on  Saturday, after having been at Sirdar  for several weeks.  Mrs. Heap was calling on Creston  friends, Saturday"; Mrs. Dibley was  also renewing acquaintances the same  day at Creston.  Mrs.  .las. Wilson   is at present at  Nelson visiting her daughter.   Lillian,  "who has recently undegone an operat.  son for  appendicitis,   and   we  are all  .. . .pleased to hear ber recovery  is  most  any fighter to avoid Creston's ' big 19������tisf������<jt.nay  little"   man.  unless, they  have at  leaf  Ted  to  Master David Go wley .bad^tfefl^nm-  fortune to have wis hsudfb|idly gashed  on Monday when it gbt under an axe  his brother was-using for cutting kind-  ing.    He was   immediately .driven to  H. Bathie, who has been on the road  ctew at Boswell for some time past,  returned home last week.  Miss Fold of Kitchener was-ll week  end visitor with Wynndel friends.  E. Foxall was here from Nelson Io  spend the weekend with his family at  ihe ranch. \  Mrs. Lunt, who-has spent the winter  at Vancouve, 'arrived home on Mori  day.  J������>hn Bathie, wbo hab been working  at Skonknmchuck. returned home last  week for a short, stay.  *     '  Mrs. Harry Benny of Creston is-a  visitor with her sister Mre*. Geo. Hub*  Cl'Olfc.  liev* A. Gariick will be here for Ang-  Chbvcb   service   on Suiulay, 17th, at  3 p.m.  "The  K.K. Klub announce a ..dance  The Event of the  -Season I  CRESTON    COMMUNITY  ���������    PLAYERS in  GRAND THEATRE  i  Creston where Dr. Henderson .bad to  put in seven stitches, and tbe lad is  now doing as well as could be hoped  for. *:  President Sinclair ~presided - at the  March meeting of the Lister-Huscroft  -Farmers Instute which was -well attended The feature off the session was  the decision of ihe Institute to pay a-  bounty of, one cent per tail on every  gopher killed. by the children of the  district. The . formation of a pound  district was also discussed but no def  iulte  action was taken.  *^jgp^g������tajQP w^^j0j_52y   i^y ���������5^ WW  Marc  Curtain at 8.15 p.m.  ORCHESTRA  Tickets at Creston  Drug ������& Book Store.  Reserved 856.  Banerat 55c.  CHIL'DRBN under t% 26c.  Mrs. McRobb returned on Thursdaj*-  iriMn a visit with her daughter at  Kitnberly.  John Nygaard atvd Peter Burns have  taken the contract of loading the  Tompk Ins-Scott cut of I logs no w at the  siding nnd which tire going to Rodgers  mill at Creston,  Road 'Superintendent A. E. Davien  wawi here at* the. end of the week on  roaJ Inspection work and, wo understand, has put a stop to the tie haul  until the highways have a chance to  get bitclc to shape from the spring  thaw out,  Mrs. Myles Hurt (nee Cook) was  guest of honor nt a miscellaneous  shower given by the Ladles Aid at the  home of Mrs, Wickholm on Wt-dnes  day afternoon, when tho bride was  generously remembered with miscellaneous articles for tho new home.  There was quite a good tournout at  tho Farmers* Institute whist on Satur.  clay night laat at which the prizewinners were Miss MurlolKnott and Martin  Nelson, Cards were followed by dancing to mushr furnished by Mrs. Davie.  Mm. Kolthammer and T, RJ. MUtwsou  of Canyon, whose efforts wore supplemented by M Iaa lCileen Hendy, piano;  Chas. Cottevlll, ������axa phone; Gerald  Craigo. drums, of the Crouton orches-  At the annual  meeting of Creston  Valley Cooperative  Aauouiation last  Toiii  *������ Ml  vacnnclcB in ������hu.directorate.  fair asstetsnt-of olass.  Bush  was  called  upon  tackle, a real,^ro-p^jj^DjU^.in-Shorty  handled himself like, a veteran; not  only showed great improvement in  hoth boxing and pmiceing hut kept  his . head throughout the four  rounds. Bush easily won three of  the four rounds, and rightly des  erved the decision ^iven in. his  favor4.  Flip Edwards of Spokane , was  hrou^Ut in for the purpose of giving fDeaii Peairs plenty. Judging  hy looal conversation at the ring  side a knockout was the objective,  but if this was the object in view  the bout should have been arranged  for sixty rounds instead of six.  Edwards, undoubtedly, is fast and  but due to the clever, defensive  work of Dean the atmosphere of the  theatre took most of the punishment. Uiifortunatley Peaira was  satisfied with making the Spokane  hoy miss, and delayed too long starting in to fight. The result was a  decision in favor of Edwards, who  undoubtedly did all the work.  The bout was well handled* hy  the Bonners Ferry Athletic Club  and every courtesy was shown the  visitors. AU the looal boys report  a good time hut, "Oh, thoae roads,"  and are looking forward to another  trip to Bonners Ferry, sometime in  April.  Bert Sang of Cameron &Sang, Cranbrook, -was a business visitor-here on  Thursday last.  ''7S*-\  -r*.-  Alia������ Sitting  Saturday HUtun Young and Principal  TCotthaiiinier  wei*������ elected to fill two  Canyon  Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Nickel are visitors with Spokane friends this week.  ��������� M1bb Annie Parkin returned at the  end of thh week from a trip to Nelson.  She Is now in charge of one ahlft ab  telephone central m town.  Mr, Miller of Wasa is a visitor hero  thia week a guest- ot Mr. and M.fti. It.  Stewart. "*  Miss Ivan Compton Is nt present a  patient In the Nelson hospital, to  which city she waa taken on Friday%  Mrs. Compton accompanying her.  Latest reports are that her condition  In vory satisfactory.  M.vh, Dick Hmlth nnd Mrs. Tom An  Mrs. Dodds was a visitor with her-  daughter, Mrs. Percival, at Yahk for a  couple of days last week. .  Messrs Sang, Webster and Bradley  of Cranbrook. and Mr, Harrison of  Nelson were business visitors at Brick-  son during the week.  R. M. Telford has recently installed  thc telephone in his resedence here.  B. J. O. Richardson left on Monday  to visit friends in Nelson,  Miss Madeline Putnam was hostess  to a party of young people at her  home on Friday night. Games were  in order until supper, and after lunch  there were a couple of hours dancing  to round off a moat enjoyable evening.  S, Garrett, L. Kairs und C. JoBeph  of Winderrne,*. and B. Potter of Calgary, Alberta, were business callers at  Erickson and were registeredjat Erickson HoteL ' '   *  Frank Staples, Frank Botterill, Ray  Crisler, fid. Clark and Pea ley Putnam  were at JSonnera Ferry on Tuesday  night for theTboxing tournament.  H, Clements has been supplying the  local demand for new rhubarb since  the fore part of the montb.  Jas. White of Fernie was here, for  the weekend on a vaaib with his sister,  Mfes Jessie White, principal of the  school.  Mr, and Mrs. Goo. Hobden and Mr,  and Mrs. Percy Boffey and children  returned on Monday from spending  the winter In California.  Frank Staples loft on Tuesday on a  business trtp to Victoria, going via  Bou.iu&'h Feri-y, Opokanc cud Seattle.  Angus Cameron Is getting about on  crutches ab present, tie had the bad  luck to gash his foot with an axe while  at woods work last Friday, and nine  stitches wero required to bind the  wound,  Orn nbrook  Those in charge of the seat sale for  the Community Players, "Byes of  ������.ove,V"ar'e advising intending patrons  to pbtaih their tickets early, as the  seating, capacity of tbe Grand is uns-  4ted -.There... will be 40 children's  tickets only, and these will be sold at  tbe door. , Those who are unable to  obtain these will bave .to buy tbe  ordinary-general admission tickets, as  tbe number of children's seats cannot  possibly be increased.  The- play' is to be staged under the  expert eye of "Frrnk Staples- is a  melodrama especially suited to amateur organizations. It has been staged  successfully within tbe past few month  at Vancouver by an amateur theatrical  society there.  Gailya Barry,-vivacious and pampered child of wealthy parents, is living  a sheltered life* under the care of Carolina, a negro   mammy.   Under  the  same roof are Bert and Reeta Wade,  cousins of Mrs. Bariy, driven by circumstances to plot against the  well-  being of   Gailya,   Royal Manton,  to  whom Gailya   intends   to   tiust   her  future, accepts  without question the  mystery of her birth,  when the shadows of tbe bars fall across the household.   Jim Rankin, an escaped convict  conies out of jail to rave Gailya from  an unhappy fate, only to disappear  once more from   the   scene.    In   the  secoad ������ct appPA*������ Pietro. a wandering  Italian musician; -whose smiling nature  seems to drive away the clouds now  -gathering   around,   tbs   residence   of  Judge   Barry.     Then   witb   *Psetrors  removal clouds become thicker than  before, events succeeding each other  wi th startling rapidity.   The third act?  That --would,, be.telling!   However, it  ^vwl^&~p*:yj^  -ween Clark*, the butler, and ������*ora, the  tnaid r<Tbe players have seen, them  rehearse at least 2a times, and still  laugh ab them, f  Remember, then, the Grand theatre  Wednesday,. March 20th, at A15 sharp.  The cast;  servant���������-Miss  Carolina,    a  Jessie White.  negro  Gailya,  an adopted dau ghter���������Mrs.  Wincncombe.  Reel;;,    a.   twofaced   friend���������Miss  Irene Huscroft.  Bert Wade, Reeta's  brother���������Howard Purchase.  Mrs, Barry, Gailya's foster mother-  Mrs. W. J. Craig. *  Laura,   a   lively    housemaid���������Miss  Beth Putnam.  Clark,  wood.  a   busy   butler���������B.   B. Stall-  Judge Barry, Gailya's foster father  ���������Franklin Levers.  Royal Manton,  Stubbs.  Bert's rival���������Wally  Jim Rankin.  Matt, York.  the  manacled  raan-  Now is th������ time to place  yourjorders  for  now haa four of the seven rcprcucntat-   dew>n were the whist club hostesses  Iveo on the board. Ion   Friday  night lust at thc  .hhi.u of  T?5ihk corr������p.pnntaonee  Courier: A number of folks motored  from Oreston on Sunday to play a  friendlv game of badminton In the O.  P.R.. Mall. Those motoring from  Creston were, Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Mr.  and Mra. Long,, Mr, and Mra. ' F.  Staples, Mloo Vtfct'u, Lister and party.  Those playing for Yahk were: Mr.  Uiiarios <>t.n������|i������������-, IM*-. u..>������S r������2.*������ L, I".  WilUttinw, Mrs. O. "H, Baker, Mias 0.  Miidcr and H. Uraklnc  CUT FLOWERS  and  POT PLANTS  for EASTER  ON HAND  Green Onions  at  *  Oook9S firflRntinusB  CKESTON ';������m&?-  TBT,   BEVIEW,    0BESTO3T.   B.   C.  RedfRose Tea comes direct to us from the finest test  gardens, then straight to your grocer ���������-brimful o������  flavor and freshness*   Every package gisafastteed, e������  To Boost Edmonton  2Ve**v industrial Association Haa IScen  Organized  To Encourage  . -Industries yy-y-y; ? yvfy^.  ttas mes -it ith Success  firlarshall     Stiiiman      Movement     *x������  States Helps ^Discharged Convicts  a ToyS/ototaas: -��������� --'-P'*; '"-"?���������   ;v'f?f  -   -      ... - . P. Possll>iy:-?fe^^p^^o^^������ou^d'^Sftv-,0jSJ;  A new association -has^n *>r^^ i������i_$_&-vit-fcnS  HJE3> ROSE ORANGE PEKOE Is extra good  In tke best package���������Clean, bright aluminum  fi   .** m%tr% r4l  fs   a  P.*  laaaoia  osition  in Edmonton under the n^tbe of" the  Edmonton Industrial Association;r of  which j. B. Starky, of the Pehn Mine,  is president, and W. R. Howson,  local barrister, vice-president. The  association gave a get-together dinner recently, which was attended^ by  150 business men. The Object of the  organisation Is to patronize fEdmon-  ton-made goods and to encourage industries in this city.  >>  May  The financial position of the Dominion of Canada, as revealed by Hoi\.  J. A. Robbj in tfa������ budget presented by him to the House of Commons on  March 1, is such as to be the source of great satisfaction to, ail citizens,  because, irrespective of party affiliations, every Canadian is intensely  interested in the allied subjects* o������ Dominion finances and taxation.  Z>uring th.& was* Canada piled up "a'huge debt for a nation of less than  ten. million people. The people assumed the heavy burden -without  grumbling, knowing it to be absolutely necessary, and a price that must be  paid to safeguard the liberties of the worid, including "their own. As war  expenditures enormously increased and the debt piled up, it, of course,  became necessary to impose much new and heavier taxation, not only to  Keep pxs debt sis low as possible, but in order tp meet heavy annual  interest payments upon that debt.  Even after victory "was won it -was necessary to still further increase  the debt in order to bring our armies home from Europe, re-establish the  men in civilian Bfe, -and make provision for huge sums to be paid annually  in pensions. Therefore, for some years the debt continued to increase and  heavy taxation to be imposed. At one time it almost seemed that, instead  of the debt being decreased, it would go on increasing from year to year.  fRecent budgets have, however, "been most encouraging, and none more  so than that of March 1, last. After meeting all expenditures on both  current and capital account, Canada rejoices in a surplus og ������70,000,000,  the largest ever recorded since Confederation. And this surplus -for 1928-23  follows on the heels of a surplils of $67,000,000 in the preceding year. The  net result is that as loans mature the Finance Minister is in the happy  position of being able to pay theaa off in cash and not forced to borrow by  refunding loans. In other words, the debt is being steadily, even rapidly,  reduced. In the fiscal year now closing, Mr. Robb paid off $53,000,000, and  he has cash in iand to pay off another $60,000,000 which falls due next  August. Thus in two years $113,0(30,000 is paid off the national debt, and  about $6>000,000 a year saved in interest.  Mr. Robb pointed out that seven years ago, on April 1, 1922. the annual  interest charge on the public debt amounted to $133,482,113, whereas ou  April 1,'1929, the annual charge would be $117,142,100, a decrease or  $16,340,012.  This very gratifying reduction has been brought about, not by  increasing taxation, but, on the contrary, in the face of a steady lessening  of that burden. For example, the sales tax, -which a few years ago was  six per cent., is now only two per cent.; the rate of postage has been reduced  from three to two cents; the size of incomes exempt from taxation has been  increased, and the rates payable on others reduced; the stamp taxes ou  receipts abolished and on cheques largely reduced; numerous reductions  in customs tariff schedules have been made, and now taxes on telegrams,  cables, insurance policies, railway and steamship tickets are to go.  It is not possible, of course, to remove taxation as rapidly as it was  imposed during the war years, but every year sees some advance in the  right direction made. And" every such reduction has had a beneficial effect  on the business of tlie country "with the result that the lower rates have  brought in revenues only slightly smaller. .  Reduction in taxation has been made possible through three man*  causes. First, the care exercised by Mr. Robb over all expenditures  which, he has insisted be kept down to the lowest possible point consistent  with efficiency and the expanding needs of the country. Economy has not  been enforced to the point where development of the country was checkeo,  but expenditures on non-productive services have .been kept to a minimum.  Second, whereas in 1920, 1921 and 1922, the Canadian National Railways &i]  were operated at a deficit amounting in these three years to no less a sum  than $148,000,000, in the year just closed, the C.N.R.,not only paid aii  operating expenses, all interest on bonds and debentures held by the public,  but accumulated a cash surplus of $6,000,000. Third, the substantial  increase in the trade and commerce of Canada, assisted by reductions in  Sore Corns Drop Off  If You USE "Puinat&s  When you notice any sign of callous on the feet or toes���������that's the  time to paint on a few drops of  PUTNAirS CORN EXTRACTOR.  Do this, and you prevent corns. No  matter if tlie corn is hard or soft,  Let it be on top or between the toes,  Putnam's wiU remove it without pain.  Insist on riJ'A'NAM'S CORN EXTRACTOR. It does the work���������and  roots out the corn, quickly and without pain.  Predicts library Of  Aerial Photographs  Years  Ke Created Within Ten  SaysfJ.yW. Pierce  Tlie creation off a library of one  million .aerial photographs within  the next 10, , years to constitute a  reference inventory of Canada's natural resources was predicted by  Px������3ident J. Wi. f Pierce, fD.L.S., at  the annual convention of Dominion  Land Surveyors rat Ottawa when be  said that already 250,000 aerial  photographs covering areas - from  coast to coast had been assembled  and placed in use for this purpose  unUer the Topographical Survey of  Canada, Department of the Interior.  '|^yfenwntp9,;ifand....yetptiis grappling;  with,' arid /greatly, aiding: In; the sbltt-"  tion of,- one of the most pressing social problems in the United States,  that of taking care of the convict on  his discharge. It strives to catch the  ���������former convict just as be leaves prison in a mood off uprightness and to  give that mood an opportunity to express itself. Its Vcluba" have figured  as perhaps the most important :;*feaf  ture of its work until recently, but  during the last y^ar the question of  Jobs for its wards has been answered  mors successful^ than ever before  by . the establishment of enterprises  where former convicts alone are employed. The plan has succeeded beyond expectation, and to date, has to  ita credit a 100 per cent, record of  achievement; that _������sf there have been  no backsliders.  Society has in the past been responsible for many first-time offenders becoming habitual criminals.  This movement is an effort to enable  men who earnestly desire to do so,  really to straighten out. ������������������? Chicago  Science'Monitor.     .  1 ���������ssssssassg2������������������  1.  r*^������������*;  fff JV fl*BT~~*^   " t *__**SO*'*S '' tt *'  'St. **j**j? ^-_������^_rv������s  ^^?&iiS_as  ijaJt'.  ���������jfr-tf.  ������������������������?*������.  iXAtAst Ot "W^xt%p<l.:xayetxl\on^<' an������t 0VA  Information "Sent "Fres   oh   Ke<j]UMt.  ������Opt      873 BAN % <5T.  B ������7      OTTAWA,   Or������t  IBie RAMSAY C&  Tviinard's   LlutiriSut  and  Flu.  the  A combined saxophone and ' bagpipe has been invented. Scientists  also ..discovered a new-lethal gas recently.  pr      os* MoneyBaefc       ^  Everywhere men, -<70tn������n and children  rare finding instant "relief from Couch*  .fend Colds oi all kinds by taking Buckley's Mixture.    Everywhere drusutJBts ar*  ���������ellins "Buckley's"' under 5>osU.ve ���������rraar-  " ss&tcc   TRis *������-������������-& ������&������* jpyQvss"-tio^? 4iC-������  ."���������' ferent it ia���������atw3 there ate 40 <ioses an a>  s     -75-cent bottle t    Never ho wiCho-at tbi������  proven conqueror of colds.  fW. K.- Boskley? "Lissittsd.   ?  142 Motuni St.. Toronto 2  'Acta like a flash���������**  ������__**> s a a  "v    -"   "Acta like a gash���������"'"   /���������"MSB  |^     ��������� sixssle sip provee te     ^_-_____i  Chicago   Gunman    (to   valet)    ���������*  "Whi'^-gtm^ the ban  quet tonight, iJawkins?'*  What the world needs is a radlo-  victfoia - vacuum sweeper - electric  stove -with a waffle attachment.  ihm<  ABOUT YOUR NERVES  taxation, auu  development  in  all  branches  of  industry,  has  brought larger revenues to the Government.  And the bright, the promising feature of the situation- is that all  indications point to a continuance of these same favorable conditions  throughout the next fiscal year so that the people of Canada can look  forward with a large degree of confidence to next year's Budget disclosing  another large reduction in the national debt and still further decreases in  taxation.  New Land Under Cultivation  IT.IPMMIIIII ���������  Extensive Areas In "Western Canada  Are Annually Tnken Up  Additional extensive areas aro annually brought under farm cultivation In Western Canada. Last year  it waa estimated a total close to 2,-  500.000 acres of Canadian Government free homestead lands wero talc-  en up by settlers in tbo four West-  era Province*;    a   total   of   15,56G  homesteads being filed upon, each of  160* acfrcs, compared with 6,357 in  1927.  There Is now one motor vehicle for  every 21 of tho population of Groat  Britain.  iOTOOO^BotttesrarDay  Every day 10,0(J& women buy a  bottle o������ Lydia 33. Pittkiumi'i. Vegetable Compound. They know that  there Is no hotter remedy for thoir  troublesome ailments with their  accompanying norvouBncas, buck-  ache, headache, "blue" upetla, and  rundown condition.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will drive worms from the system without Injury to tho child, bc-  cuuso its action, while iuiiy effective,  is mild.  Headaches   and   Other  Troubles  Follow When, the  Nerves  Give Way ?  Nerves; axe delicate ? fibres  running  from  the  brain  15  all  parts  of  the  body-    gome of them    give    ua    the  sense   of   touch  and   feeling;   others  convey the will to our muscles and  enable  us  to  move.When  we have  an "attack of nerves"-it means that  the body is in someway out of order  and  the   nerves have   become   oversensitive  so that we  get neuralgia,  nervous headache,  sciatica, or  some  other nerve  trouble.   Sometimes  the  nerves get too weak to do the will of  the   brain,   and   we   get   trembling  bands or limbs, or perhaps, St. Vitus  dance.   The whole nervous system, is  fed and kept healthy by your blood.  If that is thin    and    poor    nervoos  weakness follows. In that case a tonic  is needed to build up the blood, so  that it may in turn feed the nerves,  spine and    brain.   '   The    very    best,  medicine for enriching  the blood  is  Williams'  Pink Pills.    You cannot   take   them   without  feeling   Uio  uplift they give.  Your appetite  improves ,'your    brain   is    clearer, you  feel fulL of hew life.      One sufferer,  Miss Margaret R. MacDonald, Cata-  lone Road, N.S., tells what this medicine did for her. She says:���������"I sur-  fered  for  a  long  time trom  severe  headache and nervous exhaustion. I  tried several kinds of medicine but  got no  relief. until I used Br.  Williams'  Pink  Pills, and these, before  long, gave me complete relief. From  my own experience I feel tliat I cannot praise Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills  too highly, and would advise anyone  who is suffering from headaches or  nervous exhaustion,  to give them u  fair trial, as I feel Bure the results  cannot bo anything but satisfactory."  Take these pilln as a tonic if you  arc  not in the bo3t physical condition and cultivate a resistance that  will keep you well nnd strong.    You  can get these pills through any medicine dealer or by mall at  50 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  i&$������&^^  Ybucangetrcsults���������Afteiva.fashion���������^witStianyold dye;  but to do work you are proud o������ takes real anilines  That's why we put' them in Diamond Dyes. They  contain from, three to five times more than "other dyes  on the market t Cost more to make? Surely.:-But yon  srgt thess,for tiie same wise os other dyes-      -  Next time; you want to dye, try them. Sec how. easy  it is to use them. Then compare the results. Note the  absence of that re-dyed look; of streaking or spoitingv  See that they take none of the life out of the cloth.  Observe how-the colors keep their brilliance through  wear and washing.- yYbur dealer will refund your  money if you dpn't agree Diamond Dyes are better  dyes. 'P.'P '". .-  The white package of Diamond Dyes is the original  "all-purpose"dye for any and every kind of material-  It will dye or tint silk, wool, cotton, linen, rayon or any  ���������mixture of materials. The blue package is a special  dye, for silk or wool only. With it you can dye your  valuable articles of silk or wool-with results equal to  the finest professional work. Remember this when  you buy. The blue package dyes silk or wool only. The  white package will dye every kind of goods, including  silk and wooL Your dealer has both packages.  Easy to use Perfect results  *T Air ax.Ii imtro stores  "l^nF^Er^pmiormiir^  . WWiWW.% HXt  'Arm I'liliATM 1 H kF* I  W.    iM*    U*.    W#  Without Comment  A California authorcaa sent a  manuscript to Ambrose Blorco, with  tlio request tliat ho gives hor "a  criticism hi one sentence, and drop  further comment." Some thi ug^ way  heard to drop all up ,and down the  Pacific coast when ho replied: "The  covers of your book are too far  apart." *  George Washington's Bccond inaugural address contained* "i JW wordtv  and is regarded as tho shortest ln  the history of such" occasions in the  United States.  Not only does the girl in some districts of Indo-China make tha proposal, but with her alBO Ilea tho  initiative, for divorce.  Viue ftthi-a-iTi* JUulmtut He*.- tlae Fits.  COUGHS  ate Nature's signals watnlnc  that resistance la broken and  thc body undernourished.  Scott's Emulsion  ia a blessing to all wbo need  strength. It helps keep tne  body vigorous and healthfuL  M H J.     it i  ficotl Ol Dawie-, Twronto. Owl. *5-39  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred  vital,  saving uses for Para-  Sani   Heavy  Waxed  Paper in your home.  Comes in handy*  sanitary,  knife-edged  package. For less exacting, uses:   "Centre  Puir   Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets).   At  grocers, druggists,  stationers.  * ���������  mmm  %m^^Aj^^MuA^  mwImm' UMIfKD  HAMILTON  ONTARIO  HUNTER-  \Venlcrn iivpre&entativcs:  mc GS.-i -������E5INA, SASK. TTTE   KEVTEW,   CRESTON,   B.   G.  t%tt*_*M .f-TIAM All  Ottawa.���������After a stormy - career,  the Woodsworth resolution on natural resources, in amended form,  finally passed the House of Commons. Debate on the resolution and  ProUbition Drive  Kew President Slams To Glean. Up  * ���������   I    KfatSonal Capital  *.orotiw.1-^A "special despatch; to"  the 'Mail and empire, from W^shing-  w>n, says?  "Pr-esident; Hoover will begin his  prohibition * enforcement drive in  Washington.--He will, confer- at an  early date with the commissioners  ������** the district of Columbia and urge  KEOEEVES OOK^SBATUIjATIONS  on the numerous amendments, which [them to clean up the national capital  followed its introduction, ha3 held up  consideration of the budget for several days.  The resolution finally emerged,  after the buffeting which it ha3 received, in a very different form from  that  which  mover  intended.   As  : originally drafted'" and presented to  ��������� the House by J. S. Woodsworth, La-  5 bor member for . Winnipeg- North  /Centre, It ' set ~forth "that in the  opinion of this House, no disposi-  .-; Won of the natural resources, un-  i der the control of the federal gov-  : ernment,  shall    be    effective    until  Another step .-will be to appeal to all  puhUcjfoSplljll to refriain .'from patronizing ':%Jtip������i^eggers^a^t; drinking.  His drive^lere may result in stopping  many hosts and hostesses from serving* drinks at dinners attended by  public men and -women.  f*'During the Coolidge regime  Washington entertainers, gradually  curtailed use of strong drink at parties* but Mr. Hoover will further -discourage ihe custom."  fe >      ^a      J        ~   ���������>   ^'   V   ^mV^^V'  i* I   tt .tnifinniivaBr ������  ^VBij.u7aaaa,������ii,  v eiiiriBv  Law Is Considered  ratified by Parliament  hy  The resolution    as    approved  Parliament,  reads as follows:  "That, in the opinion of this  House,- no further disposition of  water powers under the control of  the federal government" in tber provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, shall, be made ..under the  Dominion Water Powers Act, but  the said ^vater powers shall "be administered by the respective- provinces under powers to be granted by  this Parliament similar to the powers granted to the province of British Columbia to administer'tiie -water powers-^ ui this railway*? belt, .as  set forth iii -the*" railway belt water  act of 1912."  Opposes intervention  Dr. Donald, MacGsilivray, pioneer  missionary in China, who is receiving  congratulations on the fortieth anniversary of his    entrance    into    the  Chinese mission fields.  _\_n   P*  tv tneu * vImvu ������*������������������������  Master Mariner  Premier    Baldwin     Against    5>ireei.  Governmental Intervention In  Mining  Industry  LiOndon, S3ngland.Tr���������Directy. govern-   ,  mentaL':**ntoej^en&  dustE^;wouidf-n^?fbe -^.advaiitsLgeous^  Premier -B-^d-wiiii'f tOid'^'a. deputation:  from the fMisiers'f "^ederatic^a^ accord-?.  ing to the joint report of the proceedings at the meeting recently.is-  fsuqdy-Mr.% l^dwin; . "expressed the  dpinibn that amalgamations and other forms of re-organization in. the  industry were progressing satisfac-.  , torily. ~"  ,; The; most .urgent ^matter .requiring  attention, - be?' said; was. the transference of the surplus miners to other  industries. He appealed for the cooperation of -the ���������Joiners'' Federation  with the government schemes in  this matter.  Ciaptssn 'William Sanderson-Came jlo  Vancouver Iri the Eighties  Vancouver,, ��������� Death   -of'   Captain  William  Sanderson,    pioneer    Canadian P.acinc Railway Company master mariner,  has broken a link be-1  tvfeen the present and    an    earlier  chipping  era  on  the  pacific   (Coast.1  Captain Sanderson, for \^hom ~finierSl  services were held in Vancouver, was  ya native of JLriverpool, and came to  Vah^oiiVeJ? in -the SO'S,"a-boatswain  of the old "Empress of India" on the  liner's maiden voyage.  He remained  in ..the. employ of the Canadian Paci-  flcf������]$ere untjl   his- retirement   some  yea&sifago.  . - ��������� ���������.    '    :  A "Record Production  Ottawa, Ont.���������-Mineral   production  hi TO^ada:-?reache^l'. a net record' in  19^':^i^f=:^?|^t^']i|BV $MS&&fi<Hi  This:>urp������ssey; the '."'.^27 Iflgiires by  $26^0fVo,i69>:, OjV 10.5, per? cent; Advemjc-  ' es wefre ygehefalfin all fields; -metals,,'  nori-m-etais, fuels'' and structural S-W&~  terials. Figures were maderavailable  at the Dominion bureau of statistics.  Germany Prepared To Sign Agreement Prohibiting Use Of Gas  -.In,,; Warfare-....:  p; Geneva.���������-Germany, which introduced-the horror������ of poison gas on  a. large scale during the. world wari  Kasyannounced-tothe world that she  is prepared to'sign a protocol prohibiting the use of asphyxiating gas  in warfare. P.  The. announcement by Dr. Gustav  Stresemann, German foreign-minister, sent the regular March session  of the League of Nations eouncil off  to an auspicious . start in its efforts  for; world peace; ?  Stresemann said Germany would  ratify the protocol shortly. August  Zaleskl. Polish foreign minister, announced that Poland also would  ratify the protocol. .  Yr-Qj?iU!ng& Of Australian Tjxw B������lng ;  By 'Oswaranfttea  votinf  been under consideration hy the special committee of the House of Com-  mnos 'wrhichis dealing with amendments to the Dominion fEiecQo'ns Act  and the-Corrupt- Practices Acfc-   Wo  decision as tp the principle involved  will be made until sections are drafts  ed suitable to Canadian conclitlons.  Dr.-'-T-f IS.    Kaiser,    Conservative,  Ontario,  read to the committee ihe  sections of the Australian act which  he  said was Working satisfactorily.  In the last election in that Ooiintfy  91 per cent of voters on f the lists  had attended the polls as compared  with   78  per  cent,  in  the  previous  election.     With the assistance of W.  A.      Boys,      Conservative,     Slmcoe.  North, Dr. Kaiser i3 to draft sections  Suitable for inclusion in the Dominion Elections Act.    . ?   -;  .l;;__,^e..:.:A*ustraHan._ Act    provides    a  penalty of ������2 for failure to vote, if  no... reasonable, excuse can .be  given  for such failure.. ..-'-..-���������  EARLY END OF  MEXICAN REVOLT  ha.::     m r1Cr.1111.1rJ1  -������H^      ������������������  c.������a-ar������v *r������ s*mw  uestieii  Pension Law  Wins Doff Serb?  New SdiolarsMpsiPff ered  St. Goddard "First To  Cross Cine In  Horioem MasiitoSja Classic  The Pas, Man.���������rln the most sensa-  tdonaK finish f ever-; witnessed in- any  dog derby,*?Bh������ile St-, Gddd^C youthful ^musher'.' of internationai fame,  finished in the renewal of The Pas  dp*^-f4e'chyf association; ;200-mir6-nonstop derby.  St. Goddard reached the finishing  line oh the Saskatchewan.. river at  1-l.OSPp.m. His thne for;the 200-mile  course to Flin Flon faiqq rettirn was  3G hours 159 ��������� mthutes. f;     PP>  Elarl Brs'dges, another local entrant, finished second, only three  minutes behind tiie famous St. God-  u-ard, after Sghting aii nphill battl.e  .during the early hours of?the night.;  Acceptance .To Sc Considered By  University. Of B.C. P:  Vancouver.���������A $1,000 scholarship  in ' economics, eif ective * f or three  years, with a free study trip toy. the  Orient, Will be possible for students  at the University of British. Coluin-  bia,-ythroisgh an offer;by;H; *R. MacMilian, Vancouver    exporter.      The  offer will be considered by the. board  of governors "of tlie tifhiversity shortly. By means of the sciiblarshipf Mr.  MacMilian hopes ";,to f Promote the  study of Oriental trade jand business  conditions on the Pacific.  Quebec   Opinion   Considers . Federal  ���������''���������-.. Pensions Act Ultra. Vires'--   '-���������  Quebec.^���������tegal opinions furni^bed  to "the premier of ? Quebec as to the  federal old age pension law raised  the constitutiohal question as to  whether or hot the Dominion government has power to juse: its monies to  pay to the provinces ,a part of. the  cost of such a scheme as the old age  pension law.-.     ���������*.-  This-tfs the information which Premier Taschereau gave to. the? Quebec  legislative assembly when debate, was  resumed on a motion for production  of documents relating to . tiie pensions scheme.  Mr. Taschereau -has c consulted  three constitutional authorities in-:the.  matter, Eugene' I^afleuiv K-C, Alnace  Geoffrion, K.C., .and t-buis,. 8t. ri^������^  rent,, K.C. Mr. fSt. Laurent gave if  aaa. definite opinion. that ?ther federal  -law: is., ultra- vires, .the.,preiiaierrsai:d.,:  - Mexico City.���������A speedy, end of the  rebellion, against the  admimstra|io-x.  of Provisional  President Portes  Gt-  was - predicted in an official government bulletin recently.  .The bulletin    said-   that    Generai  Jesus VM. Aguirire, -,,. leader of the re  ypit at Vera tCruz, hfld been deserted  by most of his soldiers, who had returned to the support of the government and were, fighting their former  leader, y :������������������.--.. <..-.-.      ?-������������������    :-;;..  P Ajano-oncement also was made that  the   federals  had   re-captured" Monterey, the strategic centre, in Neuvc,  I^eon, had taken    Cordova,    in .the  State of Vera Cruz, and vyould - in a  few days be in full possession of the  gulf port of that name.  . Washington.-���������The    Mexican    government situation is    causing* .'more,-,  .anxietjr ,in' \Va^h'!rigtb'n;/.,' tha^".^ anything else since the I'Ticaraguan revolt. Men in  high government ;fand  senate circles state -frankly tli^yftJaf.  revolt  has   a very  good  chance   of  overthrowing, the - Mexican    govern^  '.ment... ���������;,."-, ...... -\ v   y* y~'  This might result in    the    XJnited  .Sitatps havhig to. "wderV^  expedition,: with marines into. av Latin  countr5^.   ... The������ Nicaraguan.,, expgrir  -ment proved sounpopxalar:-witti^fthe-  average American that, the government is not anxious to reppai;it..;But  the protection of . American; "nation;;  als. and their property in Mexico w.il?  be.the first consideration. .....:  Deposits  Bid;Not Finish Sentence'   '. I'?'"  Belfast.���������Eomonri> de Vialera, Irish  Republican"-' tohicftiiinv was;'? .released.'  from -Jail four, days'.' before finishing  a 30-da.y -sentenco.';h������-^^ had beett^^ serving fo^Ullfegally entering "Olster ter^������  ritory. ���������'.'." ".- 'y'?,  ::'"y''  INTESTINATL 1ixi, Wftli ,Mood  1 pressure, nervous disorders---  how cftYcful one must "be to avoid  those danpfnroua ailments at this,  time of the year.  Keep the fiystom clear orf poioona  and Impurities, Tone up the liver,  provcijt hlto stn,srnfttion nnd in-  t<������aM*nrvi letharprv.' Iict Marlntt'a  help ' you m it ��������� iikdpa iifcouiiaiinaii  ������voryi year to ward off1 illnosy. and  disease. .  i sVive Dollars  i    Rec!omw(t>ntlccl nml sold hy nil  lending: driifjKlHtH.  Luhurntoricu, Tonmfyo  Write jor unoolinit.d t������*t<i>i\ot.iaU      24.  W.    N.    V.    1?"?������.  yAttempt To Salvage 'Plane  Copenha.geri.i-���������JEToi^r members of  the��������� Hobbs' expedition in .Greenland,  have left iffouni Evans,j Greenland,  on an, attehapt- to. salvage tlie aeroplane .fof' Bert. Has$el..;and Parker  Cramer;^A~������������he 'planey came down last  sunder! 12: days* walking distance'  from, f Mount"- 'Evans,-" where the  Hobbs' expeditloti ��������� is wintering. Word  of the salvage attempt- was radioed  to the; newspaper 'jEStstrabladet.  .'Accepts Radio Agreement  Ottawa.���������Word has been reeolved  by Alex Johnston, deputy mlaiister of  mafft}no> that Newfoundland has accepted l^.e :'radlo agreement concluded: byyCaiLada. tlie United States;  Newfoundland and Cuba, covering  tho short waves. Cuba and Mexico  have yet to bo heard from.  upstairs  Sit Dovtfn  Breath ^o Short  Mrs. H, Brousseau, Magog-,-- ' Que.,  writes:���������"For. many years I suffered  with shortness of breath; then four  years ago I had palpitation of the  heart, and .-was so bad I had. to sit  down two or three times when going  upstairs.,! Tead about -  Farm Loans For RC-  Loans May Be Made  Available For  Agricxdtitre By First Of IWay  Victoria.-^-Farmer loans should be  available to British Columbia agriculturists by May 1, according to.  an aimouncement given out here by  'Dr.**' J. D." MacLean, chairman-of the  -CanfLdian" Farm Loan Board.  The chairman- of the board stated  that 'nomihatibris for places oh the  proviricial loan febard had been made  by the" provincial * goyernmcht and  will be coii'si<ldrcd by him : aid . his  colleagues immediately. The names  of the provincial nominees were not  revealed., ���������        "  prosnftctops    BfiSng' 'Enconragid    Bv  "*'"���������' ' Smelter Cohapiiny'^At'Trail :v  *" Victoria^���������The : Consolidated f 'MiR1-?  ing and Smelting"    Company    vj"hie!3  wants  potashP for  its hew felrtifizer  industry oh v^hich. -'.ff "isf enterinif ron  a-large scale-at Trail, B.C.;- a^nonttb-  -ed iiieatisures here for the Jencouiif-  'agement' of- -prospectors '��������� ihi; tite' "itn-  eartJbiing-fOf potash fdeposits-'beiieved  tofekist ih^ British: ColxiE^la.;:  ;'' *"*:  The Consolidated will^ ihake'-ay'-fre'e-  ahalysis of ^ samples    for' "-prbspeets  and  to  aid  hr'the  identificatton  oS;  sampled deposits are ifpeihg plitcedrort  dispia^- here  and Ih VancbuvSt. "A.  booklet oh potash and* its occurrencb  will also be sent from 'Traii ?tb::knj--  one desiring It.        / "'   "'*".,"."' '.  Ex-Prcsldcqit Will Writo  J>tcw York.���������Curiosity as to what  Calvin Coolidge would do on returning to private life was at least partially satisfied , by announcements  that epntrlbutionfl frovrt his pen  would   appear in two mag;azlnes.  ' .iCelehwt*mf!Blrthd*fi.y  Toronto.���������Toroh-to celoiDratcd Its  ODtls. birUxday March C, having been  incorporated as a, city by act of the  legislature, which received royal as-  EC-ut March C, 3P.H4. Tn XBU-l:,. Toronto  had a population of 9,254.  so I got a box, and in no time I felt  better, so I took three, boxes more and  I have never had shortness of breath  since." ������������������'.,,���������  , Price 50c, a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co..  Ltd., Toronto, Ont.        -.-'������������������  lce-IJound In Bailie Sea  CopentiaR-ci'i.���������Christian X��������� King  of Denmark, Queen Alexandrine and  Prince ICnua^ arrived here after  spend!*)'? the night aboard n ferry  lee-boiuu.t" Ju the Baltic Sea. Thc  ship took twelve hours to make what  ordinarily is a two-hour voyage from  Warncnaucncle to Gjcdser,  Appeal Is  I>lB������llf������H<Hl  Toronto.���������^Tho appeal of Arvo  Vaaro, editor ot Vapau3, Finnish  ncwopapcr puliUohcd at Sudbury,  Oat.,-from a conviction ln that city  on a charge of publishing seditious  iibtU, w-jim - u3.sji������4.ltv.i������5i5 lu j^������.Mjyi������3 tulvl-  slonal court.  For Biiffluetiza  The Liniment Tliat Jl to lie ven Ail  Albncnta  Would Retain Dole  London, BnglaJacl.���������First reading  has been given In theHoiise of'Commons to a bin which makes msgnants  from Britain' still entitled to unemployment' insurance benefits; The biu  provides that a migrant; who geca  overseas but remains* within the  Empire, Should receive unemployment pay for a period up to two  years.  Wante Churchill Site  Winnipeg ,Man.���������^The ' Manitoba  government has opened 'negotiations  with Ottawa for taking over the  Churchill townslte. Hon. 3D. G. Mc-  "Kenzto has left for the capital to  talk over tho question with officials  there. He will also visit Toronto  to discuss .rural hydro electric rates  with officers of tho Ontario hydro  system.  '  Kilted By Avalanche  Brivan, Russia.���������Thirteen, persons  were Idllett tvnd many Injured 3n an  avalanche in the Armenian village of  Zanglur, advices received here recently stated. Several houses were dc-  ali"6.y&c,5 liy the; avralanche, "wtilch, wan  reported due to Sseavy snowstorms in  tho region.  Radio JHelped "Uhemployed    ,,..r  .Berlin.���������-The first German, attempt.  ; to get employers and unemployed together by   radio-. succeeded   boy9nd  hopes of    those    fostering   it. , The  municipal   employment   offices   had  more. jobs than men.- In ..answer to  appeal   over  government  radio,  station for  workers,   several   thousand  jo1)s were filled. ���������;, ������������������  ���������    .. IBuge .Seizure,Of Narcotics. ',-..  New york.-r-Narcotlcs worthy $1,-  000,000 ut thc prfew addicts payB were  seized as they were. being ��������� shipped  by express to distributors of the underground drug trade in the south  and west. Four men, . one of them  said to be a professional bodyguard  to gangsters, were arrested and held  in high ball.  jJYH!fc?o " tJclJll,   IJliCtC*9  Tells How Ciiticura  Healed Her Baby  mmm^m.  tt  Cement Prlccw Hedneed  Winnipeg.���������A reduction in the  price ot cement of ten tn- fifteen  cents throughout tho prairie provinces, i������ announced by tho Canada  Cement Company,  "When baby was three days old  lie started to break out with eczema.  It- began with very small pimples  which later festered o.n& broke and  then scaled over.- Wlien'-he wu  twelve d*y������ olU ha wuu Mluiubt. >e..-  tirely covered with eruptions. The  affected -parts seemed to itch and  burn bo that I had to keep mittens  on hi- handa to prevent him acratch-  .taK'hla facei  ' ''My mother advised tne to try  Cuticura Soap and Ointment. He  seemed to -get relief after the tfrat  treatment, and In two months be wan  coiirijiletcly licaled."* (EtgKed) Mre  Sort. Speers, Innlafree, Alberfca.  Cuticura Soap, a world-famous aid  to beauty, clcannes and purifies the  nkln and hair, reotorlng them to their  namral. freah and whole������6me beauty.  Itn Aal.y tiae maintains them In a  delightfully healthy condition.  flon. !S������. OS nl./..) j. I JC ttu.-J t(l,'.. Talcum C8������. Wolt'.  ,  a\mn |������<.da4; 3, t.'irmM. 0������������ni>u.y Uioltii, Manlr**.,  mmmt-' r.tu..������ sh_wfn������ SUcb 2Sc  .1 THE   C&ESTON  BSSYIEW  Cisrliiig Season  Creston Curling Club wound up tbe  1S29 season in Impressive fashion on  Thursday night with a bridge whist  atid presentation of the cups and other  prizes won during the winter. The  affair was staged in the Parish Hall  and. taxed the capacity of the building  to the utmost to accomodate the 25  tables of card players and some spectators.  At cards the prize scores were made  by Mrs. R. Stevens, Mrs. P.O. Rodgers  and P. W. Willis (Cranbrook) and J.  Oakley, \vho were remembered with  handsom prize*.. Wives of the members of the club executive served a  splendid supper.  President W. Fraser and secretary  M. R������ Joyce spoke briefly on the successful season's operations and thanked those present for turning out and  helping the club to close its year with  a satisfactory balance.  The Dr. Henderson cup, for annual  competition cefcween rinks representing the Presidedt and Vice-President,  was won by the latter aind was handed  over to M. J. Boyd. The presentation  was������uiade in feiictious terms by C. P.  Hayes and in reply Mr. Boyd passed  along full credit to skips M. J.Beninger,  ftlatt. York, C, Hamilton,' C. H. Hare  and T. W. Bundy, all of vyhose rinks  bad helped in roiling up a total uf 318  points to score a win over the rinks  pUiviosr under the banner of President  Fraser who, with his helpers, amassed  a total of 299 points.  Q. W. Allan was in rare form in  awarding the grand chatleng cup pres-  ehted by W. Fraser, and which was  won by the T. W. Bundy riuk, and  along with which went four smaller  silver cups which become the permanent propertv of Roy Telford, Bay  Crisler and Lewis Littlejohn who complete the Bundy rink. Mr, Bundy  was quite modtsb in his speech of  acceptance and figured that the other  members of the winning quartette hud  *-*\ ��������� _ -rr***l      -*-**m.j*������       ���������**-*      a~������t_>a~.v������       <T-r*_r__-_      **_**x*3? Q      AC  himself throughout the season.  - Dr. Henderson presented the Imperial Bank cup which was won by the  Boyd rink, on which played Victor  Mawson, C. F. Hayes and C. B. Twigg.  While admitting the players skill the  doctor argued the rink's success was  more or less directly traceable to the  reach and luck uf the Irish wbicb was  brought to the rink by Mr. Twigg  who in his remarks accepting the cnp  spoke in the same happy strain.  Four sacks of Robin Hood flour were  the consolation   prizes in the  Imperial  Bank cup and these went to the Erank  Putnam   rinl' on which played Frank  Staples,   B.   Cart-svright    and   Perley  Putnam.    Another four sacks of Royal  Household flour  was  tite consolation  - in the grand challenge cup and this,  was won by the Matt, York rink..aud  helping him pack off the flour were- R.  J. Forbes,  M.  J.   Beninger and  Geo.  H. Kelly.    Four sacks of Maple  Leaf  flour was another prize presented and  this was won by the Bundy rink.    The  flour priv.es were  presented in humorous fashion by   Messrs.  Hayes,   Allan  and Henderson and accepted in similar  fashion   by   Messrs,    Frank    Staples,  York   und   Bundy  for the  successful  rinks.  For being tho most valuable player  the past season Presietent Fraser presented skip A. L. Palmer with a pair of  recks and broom. The stones were  quarried at the iLearmobthy. grave! pit  and "guaranteed to take the in or but  turn perfectly on any ice, Tbe presentation "rocked" the gathering with  langhter. and then the national anthem  brought the affair-to a very auspicious  close.  3EE  3EI���������1EE  =2E=3E  3E-3E  3BG-3QG-  -3Q_=  313 E  3BE"3BI"*te_9  Local and Personal  yniif nn  ���������ii ww   lira  ^_W   w W ���������    ' - ^mw S-w  rvyiBBTioiy i  m m*wL*w m   ������3   5  ������wBS  a  Fob Saijb���������Cauldron kettle, 40 gallons. Also 2 h.p. spray outfit, with or  without engine.    P. Boffey, Creston.  Mr. Goodlad of the Domin ion fishery  department was here last week and  brought 20,000 eastern brook trout fry  which were placed in Corn Creek.  25,000 of the same species were placed  in Meadow Creek at Kitchener the  same week.  The next big social attraction is the  Rod and Gun Club St. Patrick's dance  on Monday night at the Grand theatre  ballroom, with Mrs. leister's orchestra-  supplying the music. The admission  is $1.35 for gents and 85 cents to ladies  which includes supper.  Our former townsman. C G. Bennett  is stenoinsr out in all directions in ion*  nection with community activities at  Fernie. This month he has been reelected president of the board of trade.  and vice president of the golf club,  and a director of the Rod and Gun  in that town.  WA flga fin wm MS   ESK  AT  TCTTC  J-L_yJS j_^  Display  Latest Styles  and Shapes in  Thej"f ami liar form of Fred Conway  for many years steward on the Nasook*  in on the Kootenay Landing-Nelson  run, will be massing in future. He  passed away on Friday after a short  illness in the hospital in Nelson. At  one time the late Mr. Conway was  owner of the Heric ranch east of town  was known by quite a few here.  The highways committee of the  board of trade are going at it in very  businesslike fashion to get work started early on surfacing, anrl "widening  out narrow places, at the south end  of the. North and South Highway. On  Tuesday a petition signed by every  business house in town was forwarded  the minister of public works asking  for early action in this matter!  There was a large turnout of shareholders for the anuual meeting of the  Creston V-tliey Co-Operative Association on Saturday afternoon at Trinity  Chnrch hall, with the president, F.  Knott, in tke chair. Hilton ^cung  and W. H. Kolthammer were fleeted  directors for a thtee-year term, and  with T. Goodwin, B. Haskins, J. M.  Craigie, T. R. Mawson and If. Knott  complete the 1929 directorate.  A wedding of interest locally wa?  solemnized at Bonners Ferry on Wed  oesday afternoon when Charlie Botterill and Miss Tillie Nickel, daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nickel, were  united in marriage Rev. B, R. Henderson. The newly weds have returned lo  Creston and are at present occupying  the Watson residence on Victoria  Avenue and are receiving the congratulations of a host of friends.  Amongst those from Creston who  were at the boxing tournament at  Bonners Feriy on Tuerday night were  Customs officer C. Davis of Pornhill,  Major Mallandaine, O. W. Allan, R. J.  Forbes, C. Armstrong. R. B. Staples,  &,. a^HicweH, S, Winchcombe. Frsiak  Staples, G. H.' Kelly, A. Hurry, Ivan  Staples, W. C. Bush, R. Chandler, O.  Botterill, Shiii SLeenstrup. D. P. McDonald, Perley Putnam, Frank Botterill, Ray Crisler. Ed. Clark, Joe Romano, R. Wulnifeley, O. M. Brown.  Definite announcement has just  been made of the Bale of the Reclamation farm of 8000 acres on Kootenay  Flats by the Alexander interests, the  purchasers being Knotenay Power &  Development Company Limited, which  latter firm now owns the Creston tel  ephone system is at work putting In  the transmission line tn give an electric light a������cl power service to tho  village from its plant on Boundary  Creek. Arrangements have already  been entered into with fanners to put  almost half tbis acreage into crop this  year, nnd this week some of the men  CRESTON  Call and See these New Models  WITH  i iiG  or-niiTiriii  DLHUiirtIL  m*iirii  ri-dilLll  n_S"3_   Sr?^.  E9  aS_S _������__  ������fiil������Ev  DUUiEJt}  Prices will Astound You!  SBE  3_3_=1I31=G  EJBG  3dE=J_lE  -JESSE  3E3E  3!3t_-_GH_  DHE  who are to operate the land have arrived at Creston to make arrangements  to commence operations. With such  a light snowfall the past winter with  some repairs to the old dyke it would  look entirely feasible to put the farm  under crop.  KixUshener  Urand  Theatre  Miss Bf fie Arrowsm������tht who spent  last week with Mr. and Mrs. Driffil,  returned home on Sunday.  Mrs. Molander nnd Mrs. B. Johnson  spent the weekend with friends at  Cranbraok and Kimberley.  Misses Beatrice Molander and Olga  Nelson, -who are attending high school  in Cranbrook, spent the weekend with  their  paiente.  Miss Ford, principal of Kitchener  school, spent the weekend at Wynndel,  a guest of Miss Foxall.  Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Boyd of Creston  were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt for  a few days, returning on Sunday.  Mrs, Howard, who has been in Spokane for the p.i8t month, having an operation on her eye, has returned home.  Mibs Hazel McGonegal of Creston  spent the,weekend with Kitchener  friends.  Ladies' Spring Hats  on   display.  Mon., I ues.y Wedy.  Mf^ Byjr*f--M  *3tXL    ty(PL\   *},*7  Cyril  Senesael spent   the  with his family in Creston.  weekend  PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS  Bev, W. A. Greer, who is leaving  Creston, offers immediately for privato  sale the entire contents ot tlie manse,  coristiubu'tg of Ohti'ig room tuiltu complete, uprlgnt piano and bench, three  round post bout*, walnut unlsh; three  springi") and mattresses, ono folding  bt <1, baby cot, dressert. cheat of draw-  era, wowing machine, Brusuols carpet,  Oongoleuni rug. heater, kitchen range  with warming closet, kitchen table  nnd ������|* chain*, wAHhing ��������� machine,  ivrlrtftcr and Mtundt dinner set of  diuh.'M, china trm n<-t,,wiuih boiler, tubs,  Kttiuvi,, pott* and pant1, ��������������������������� Healers iriii',  large quantity empty Healers, ten  It.iodo Mane. fl.*.. riulk.U, two roo������t-  or������. Ford cur with HeonHO. Kvery-  thing l������ in good eoiulltlon and will no  sold reanonable.   Innpnation Invited.  The February report of Kitchener  school was issued at the first of tho  month by Mias Ford, as follows: Highest standing: Grade 8���������Richard Mol-  undor.lSdith Nelson. Grade 7���������Selmer  Anderson, VivianJLanglola. Grade 5���������  Celina Langlois, Myrtle Anderson,  John Nelson. Grade 4���������Jack Langlois*  John Bohan. Grade li���������Glen House,  Lcomird?Bolian, Alta Blair. Grade 2���������  Alice Bohan, Joe Lunglole. Perfect  attendance���������Frank Abur, Curt Anderson, Myrtle Anderson* Alta Blair,  Bolmor Ar,<lerson��������� Kobert Johnson,  Hlehare Molander, Edith Nolbom  riiucfir A Iho Hpray machine equipped  with U.mu ii.mil o.m Kl������������������' C>*>tti theso  machines haye been overhauled and  are in good (tlr-apo, Chas. Mnrrull,  CrcHtot],  y.    It has high pitched  au ivsiaudiUL;.    It.has  tis real entertain-  oman of Knochaloi,"  nine.  Comedy, "Should Married Men Go Homef  M - <j - M - New  ss  ttmmufxsmmmjsegmisssm  <xti&V.X~.av!W>Ktt'.'r.Kr.mJitia.ra  MMHWN  R__ .__VM_B _fl_l    mimWmmm  %3 ^*   Jfi'w*   WW        ^AikW   *L Ms jm^mfwrnt* y*  #-:'���������  J,  THE  OBESTON HEVIEW  Al    J- ri I7������  New Storm  We invite you to inspect our  new stock pf  *W������np& Shmem  mfmfgSfy&*9Lf^S  '������~*M9*4Wm\k&  BFiVS OF KOOTEHAYS  and  Fall stock.    Priced right.  *Ma mWBip&h&iis.  Shoe esnd   Harness   Repairing  Fernie assessment roll court of  revision had 131 appeals to son-  finder.        .  Cranbrook council is continuing  its monthly' grant of $25 to the  public library.  tomatoei^f at?<Penticton this year.  The* venture will mean a payroll of  at least $6000.  The Dominion Canners will can  De|. Bliss, an oldtime resident  of Porthili; is dead.  Even during the very cold  weather Penticton was using 200,-  000 gallons of waterdaily.  The Herald is or the opinion the  severe winter has done little, if  any, orchard damage, at Penticton,  and is lobkhig for a big crop of  ������Sivn*e iruiLM.  B ,  Northern" Rubber Footwe  i  ���������5 "8*  For general outdoor -work and the utmost in  foot comfort ask for "NORTHERN'' Boots mad  Lumbermen.    Waterproof^^ldproof.  ti  *A Rubber for Every Purpose.  ������������  Tan Blk Leather  Top*, Brown Duck  ������������otto.sn, Rolled  Edge Sole, Solid  Heel.  Bfen'e, Boy's  Youths",,  Women s,  Misses* and  Children's  sixes.  The " Prospector "  LOOK FOR THE TRADE MARK  THE  UM1TED  Is on hand toitt<r������tyot^ne^*������*--t  A complete nsnge &H **3??or������*������-B������sri,  II  LISTER TRADING CO.  Camp Lister.  T. ROGERS        %  Sirdar.  CANYON TRADING CO.  Smi   Canyon.  ..  /Kitchener.  CRESTON  RE6. WATSON  CHAS. BOTTERILL  DRAYING and TRUCK SERVICE        ,  COAL,   WOOD,  SAND*  GJRAVEI+  PROMPT  ATTENTION   Gt\fEN 1 it  OBSjEES.  . Try Us Once ��������� ';.;?���������'* '���������  ���������oa  w  Is good "wood for the Kitchen Range  oi* your Heater. A good, big load {or  $2.50, delivered in tdwn; slightly more  outside of town. Phone your orders  early..  CEK A.S. f'O.? RODGERS  ������������������..i. ^iiiiiiiin  TV  JZm.^ J���������J     ~F '     .   Sim '\3SL.        WU-     ..- ^A<mm^*Xj*\*Mm       ft  oil  Let ns  know yonr wants in Used Cars  for the coming season.  Headquarters for Kolater and Marconi Radio  W9vHm**'     P*"H(^n       HSffl"!  mmmm   I    ������ ^Jl  J^^.   B    ������   r*\ \mM   Wmmm  PAL MEW    *&    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON AIMVTMINQ OPEHAYED BY OASOLINE  Afier,six years bf ppje^tions', the  Fernie Fifteen Hundred, ������&iub has  only 743 members enrolled.  After being without one for  many years the bowling-alley has  just been opened at Fernie.  The Okanagan Telephone Company paid its shareholders a -divi-  dent of 8 per cent, this year.  For the firsfftime since the Slocan district was discovered. Slocan  Lake is. this winter frozen over.  Kimberley hears that $25,000  will be available for a new post-  office building in that town this  year.  The Anglican rector at New  Denver complains because his congregation have an unpaid fuel bill  of $IpU.  , The council' at Cranbrook has  just raised tlie pay of the city  superintendent from $200 io $250  per month.     %  Penticton Co-Operative Grpwr-  ers are starting* work at once on  a $60,000 pre-cooling and eold  storage plant.  S. H. Speers of Enderby, wj>6  opened a ladies' wear store at  Cranbrook late last fall, has quit  business there.^"  TJbe water supply is so bad at  JRossland that the officer of health  has issued orders to have all drinking water boiled.  677 pupils are enrolled in the  Fernie schools, and at least $65,-  747 'will be reqiiired to finance  1923 educational affairs.  Fernie's new assessment roll for  1929 shows an increase in improvement assessments of $305,000.  Land values have, however, been  reduced $150,000.  "vernon ratepayers are to vote  oh a. by-law to. loan $25,000 to  Bulman's Liniited/for the erection  of fa -cannery and' de-hydrating  plant in that town.  At Fernie where the assessment  values on improvements have been  greatly boosted, the council will  this year tax them at 40 per cent,  of their value instead of 50r per  eent. as in the past.  The Nakusp "Women's Institute  have challenged*the men of that  town to a debate on "Who has  done more for the settlement of  Nakusp, the "Women's Institute or  the Board of Trade."  I  I  'Spring Suit  Samples  TIP TOP TAILOR samples are here, and are the  best assortment they have  ever   sent   out.    Call in  . and look them over.  One Price Only  mU I m%J*J  V. MAWSON  H       m*      SA __������    ^^U     ������__������������������      _g_g^^ m4m mm    J^t*^^    _|^_a_     _   ^ASA*m        l^m/m^m.  WATER NOTIOE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKIC NOTIOK that Arthur IMwln Hurry.  ���������vvIioho adtlroHfl Ih Crouton, H.O.. will apply for a  Itccnfto to take and uno ������00 jrnuona por clay for  ilomoHTlmiRO, anil 2R norn foot for Irrlirntlondiir  lnur Urn y������mr out of iilngUtih Crook, wliio.it iiovm  ������iwt and drnlnn Into Corn Creole, aho-iit ������0 ynwlw  from N.IC corner of 8. half of Hloolc VW, 1C.V.I*  Tho water will bo diverted from 1ho������troamat  a point about BOO foot; f roin tho N."W". cornor of  S. hulf of Block 21(1. In 8.W, dlrootlon, nnd will  bouood for domoHtio and irrltrcntlon nurnoflon  upon tho land deucrlboil tu\ 8. half of Bloclt 21������,  1C.V. TjAndn. ThlH notloo wan pantod on tho  ground on tho 1M.li day of lrohnmi-y, IIWfL A  oopy of thin notloo and an application pnrttuant  thmoto and to Ui������ Water Act will bo fllwl In  tho oflloo of tho Water flooordor at Nolnon,  B.O.   Objection's tn tlioanplloatlon mayho fllofl  W.k.iJ    l.iU   K...U m''J:i"?     1-l,y.*y1'-*    l't.   "m^-1'   ������"*4  Oomntrollor of Wator ltltrhN, Parllninont  nuUdlneit, Victoria, ...O., within thirty dnyti  afUir tlio fUnt ������ii������i>uaraaico of thia natica In a  A. 10. IlUltltV. Applicant.  Date of flr*t publication of this notloo in Ifobru-  nry '������������, 1IMSL  rTwice-a- Week AJeliverv  Service in Alice ��������� Siding  rid  Commencing February 1st I am Inaugurating  ' a-Tuesday and Friday7, afternoon delivery in  connection with the rural mail service.  Will deliver anything from small parcels up to  500 pounds, deli-very to- be taken at mail  box location.  Minimum charge of 10 cents. JStage leaves  Creston at 4 p.m.      ��������� _  To ensure ut-liveryy'-telephone instructions must  reach us by 3 2 Vclock noon of mail dajs.  -HIGH  GLASS  ^CURTTIES  OUR managers are kept in constant  touch with the investment market.  through the Bank's own Bond Department at Head Office.  You may be assured of careful attention and conservative selection if your  investments are handled by one of our  ���������^���������������**-_*"*_"������Sn <������������������������_? '*-' 'i  ;.-'.'','*���������' . - \-       . t -I ..��������� . a.  ^iiy amoimt from a $50 bond to the  largest, allotiheht gladly purchased as  sold..: '- ���������-������������������ .-���������'.-. /���������"  BWERWfB*  OUESTON3RANCH '%. -      C. W. ALIiAN, Mapager  ���������'* Branches at Invermere, Cranbrook and "Pernio.  Assets of Over One Hnn&ed and Fifty MOiions  m&i  RITI  Your Pocket  652  used as  a bank ������e&s taany <dis������  "advantages.  Money carried ih it is easy to  spend on Crifles or may be lost  or stolen*. .  Weekly Jeposits in our Savings Bant;  will accumulate rapidly. ���������  Small or larce accounts are welcotaeh  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capieal Paid Up $20^0.000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston. Branch  R. J. Forbes* Xt/twsxjxjics  ,\.  BURNS&COMPANY,LM.  MEAT MERCHANTS  (TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An oconomicnl tlioh. eaay fco servo.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  tSovernmont p-radod. hiifhcat quality.  ���������jf-.w*juyg������jfj. ������     /***T flTm SyiTmx     JCWtSMJf  a Jm'Hr.,fc!yifIf    FECB    -v^LJSmZSmJmmm^ JbaM������3M������  all vartotloo.  'Choicest MEEI4 -PORJK.   MUTTON  VEJUL  JLAMfJB  BURNS IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  incrotnaa t-Rg protlnotinn and producoM botfcer poultry.    Btiy tho bo������t. EV  THF    ra^VT?r:Wy.:rCHERrr0^r;   B.    ^.  ���������J:������ifc  Sunday school iesson  MARCH 17  THE CHUISTIAfN* SABBATH  "For the Son of man.  of   the   sabbath." ���������  Golden Text  is Lord even  Matthew 12.8.  .JUesson: Genesis 2.2, 3; Exodus 20.  ^8-11; Matthew 12.1-14; 28.1-10; Job4  20.19; Acts. 20.7; Romans 14,4-0;  Revelation. 1.1Q������  Devotional Reading-. Psalm 92.1-5,  1 O     IO -  PblldrerTs. Colds  "* Checked, witliout  ���������dosing.'* Rub on  WORLD HAPPENINGS  *mw\* v*  SULII  Vapo^jb 1  OVER a I-MILLION JARS?'US ED YEARLY  To the small boy who has to -wear  his father's made-over apparel, life  seems one dreary ex-pants!  BABY'S OWN TABUETS  WIN GREAT PRAISE  The French Parliament has ratified Prance's signature to the Kellogg renunciation of war pact by a  vote of 570 to 12.  There were 2,300,000 unemployed  in Germany on February 15, an increase of 50,000 since the end of January, official figures show.  The year 1928 was    a    disastrous  | one for Canadian hail insurance com-    | panics, the loss   ratio   being    100.39  ������������������������������ -������* j.l a.1 v  ^.J Per cent, of  the  premiums, accord-  Many    Mothers    Always    Kcep,^ ^    T^e&3ed   at  Them In the House *  Thousands  of  mothers  state  that \ ��������� .-.--���������  they know of no other medicine fori Announcement is made by the  little ones to equal Baby's Own Tab-! Canadian Bank' of Commerce that  lets���������that they always keep tbe Tab- : arrangements have been made to  lets in the home as a oreventive oi _ .        .     ,���������- ���������t    /~.-u,,~���������*,������i  childbood ailments, o*' if sLcfeness ������P^ a branch . at Fort Churchill,  does suddenly grip their little ones Man., the eventual terminus of the  they  feel  safe with such  a  remedy   Hudson Bay Railway.  at<������Serning the use of the Tablets1 **������������* J' Massicotte, well known  Mrs. Donat Ploudre, Tingwick, Que., Canadian artist, died at his home at  writes:���������"I haye nothing but praise Sault Aux Recolle.ts, Que., after a  for Baby's Own Tablets. T&ey are short Illness. He was 53 vears of aere:  the only medictae X have ever given Mag3icotte waa ^^ chiefly  my two little ones and I am glad to .   , . -,.,,,. -u      ~r  state that  the Tablets have  always  through his pen and ink sketches, of  kept them in perfect health.    I feel   Canadian subjects.  so  safe with the Tablets that I al-j     A total    f $9,8:U 551.a5 was spent  ways keep a oox in tne nouse." ! ..    ������������������.������������������   . -'      \      ,   .        ���������  ������.������,,=  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild.but lr- 192S> m graduigf, track laving, ana  thorough laxative. They regulate ballasting on the Canadian National  the bowels, sweeten the stomach anu. "Railway lines according to a, report  thus banish constipation and indi-. tabled ln the House of Commons by  gestion;   break up colds and simple ��������� _        . .  . . .  fever and make the cutting or teeth  Hon Charles Dunning,    minister    of  painless.   The Tablets are absolutely  railways.  safe, being guaranteed free from all i    injurious  drugs.    They  are  sold  by;     AstSima No Longer Dreaded.    The  Explanations and Comments  Reverence the Sabbath. Exodus 20.  8-11.���������Remember the Sabbath day,  tb keep" it holy: The root meaning of  the word rendered "halloaed" in  verse 11. Is "to separate": the Sabbath "day "Is to be separated from  o the? days by the way it is spent.  Sis days shalt thou labor, and do all  thy work.  There are many persons whose difficulty in keeping this fourth commandment lies right there���������they are  too lazy to work the six days. The  comtu.andm.ent lays stress upon  working as well aa upon rest. "Every!  man is. as lazy as he dares to be," is;  an oft repeated saying which is not  without some measure of truth. "Life  without industry is sin," declares  Ruskin. The tragedy of many a life  is that time is not felt to be a trust  for whose uss he must render account. <*'Tis the measure of-a man������������������  his apprehension of a day."  "You keep the sabbath in imitation of God's rest. Eto, by all manner  of means, and keep also the rest of  the week in. imitation of God's work."  ���������Ruskin."-- -?������������������.-  "The setting apart of one day in.  sevenffor rest and worship was due.  primai-ily, to the fact that the human  machine will run six days with ease  and regularity if it can rest on the  seventh day, but it will creak and  break if it Js pushed on through  every day alike. The duty of rest  is quite as imperative as tne necessity of work. The individual or they  nation that disregards this law pays'  the penalty."���������Amory H. Bradford.  Aspirin is a Trademark Registered in Canada  cents a box from The Dr. Williams-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont  all medicine dealers^r ty_m*&yf-}J?$ dread of renewed attacks from asthma has no hold upon those who have  learned to rely upon Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. So safe do  they feel that complete reliance xs  placed on this true specific with the  certainty that it will always do all  that its makers claim. If you have  not yet learned how safe you are  with this preparation at hand get it  today and know for yourself.  ��������� Turkey possesses important forest  resources, chiefly in the northern districts of Anatolia.  Af*_P  Ready  &gOi  _?_?  M*  One of the world's largest dams  has been constructed on the Indus  river, in India, for irrigation purposes.  Internal parasites in the shape of  worms in the stomach and bowels of  children sap their vitality and retard physical development. They  keep the child in a constant state of  unrest and, if not attended to, endanger life. The child can be spared  muoh suffering and the mother much  anxiety by using a reliable worm,  remedy, such as Miller's Worm Powders, which are sure death to worms.  'At%*>^m*wf ASar  PackedfuU of plump Smyrna Sultanas, ell unbroken, (a Christie  special secret) ahd retaining the  natural flavor o������ fruit fresh from  the sunny -vineyards. That's just  ������ne reason why Christie's Sultanas  are so exceptionally delicious.  In the store or on the  'phone, always ask for.  \J  miWte j^iandara e������*^juM^^Miwe I$53  jSgtmiimmiiHiuimiHiii.iiiiitHM  MASK IN iGNGUVNB  tsassomssn  The Japanese alphabet possesses  two sets of characters���������katanaka for  the use of men, hiranaga for women.  When your  Children Ciy  for It  Baby has luue upsets at times. AH  your care cannot prevent them. But  you can ba prepared. Then you can  do what any experienced nurse would  do���������what most physicians would tell  you to do���������give a few drops of plain  Castorla. No sooner done thau Baby  to soothed; relief Is Just a mnlter of  momenta. Yet yon have eased your  child v.Mth'Yul uno- of n, n'tifTl* doubtful  drujr; Castoria Is vegetable. So it'ti  cafe to uhc an often hh his Infant haa  any littlo pain you cannot pat away,  And It's alwayii ready for the cruder  panga of collo, or constipation, or  diarrhea: effective, too, for older  children. Twenty-five, million bottlon  wer<* bought liint year.  Tho Oil Of tho People.���������Many oils  have come and gone, but Dr. Thomas'  Kclectrlc Oil continues to maintain  its position and Increase its sphere  of usefulness each year. Its sterling  qualities have brought it to the  I'ront and kept It there, and It can  truly bo called the oil of the people.  Thousands have benefitted by it and  would use no other preparation.  ��������� mm���������    win��������� in ���������������������������.���������.>���������i^i-������������������in        Him ���������  At BrouAnn n Turkish captain has  been Hontonced to a year's hard la*  l bor  for  opposing"  tho  new  alphabet  Introduced by Mustapha Kemal.  .- .���������, ������������������,-__>      ... , ,. ,#j .. ,,Vi   j...:,.. .     ���������_..        $*.--��������� ������������������������������������'' ���������___       ��������� ' -"ITW'W^ *,.p,j#,.,a:j(Wi  Sores Pleo From It.���������There nro  many who havo been afflicted with  Korea and havo driven them away  with Dr. Thomas* Eclectric OH.    AU  immlurly troubled chonld lor.c no  time in applying this splendid  remedy, an there Is nothing like It to  be had. It 1s cheap, but Its power is  hi no way expressed by Its low price.  The. flrst patent for tho manufacture of wallpaper wan taken out In  1������92.  WINDOiilTK stands for 100 per cent. ewi.11ght.- It  makes light but strong windows for cattle sheds, dairy  atables, poultry houses, brooders and oil out buildings. It  la economical, unbreakable, flexible and Is easy to cut and  fit. It Is now being successfully used for sunrooma,  ver&ndniut, echoola, factories, honpltals, Banltariums, hot  beds, plant coverings and greetthouaea.. It keeps out cold  --will not crock, or chip,���������cuts with an ordinary pair of  scissors and la easy to at. W1NDOOTE la -supplied In  rolls any length but In one width of 80 inches only. A.  square yard of WINDOLITE. weighs about 14 oks., -while  a square yard of glass of ordinary thickness, welgha  about 135 to 1^0 oss, The Improved WINKOIJ.TE1 requires  no varutolt. WIMDOUSID le made ln England,  fhrice $1.30 I'or Bqutu-e ITrnrd. f.o.b., Toronto.       ^  U������e WINDOLITK and ief.  . VOUR PLANTS  YOUR OHICKEN*  YOUR CATTLK  Etiidk In 100 <J0 Sunllolit  Bend for booklet "WINDOIJLTIQ'*  The Improved      |  Glms Substitute    |  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH   |  ''  ���������"���������'  THIS win la the all-powerful llfo producer, H  Nature's   universal    disinfectant    and 5  germ destroyer, as well  as etimulant a  sad tonic.     WSNDOWTE la the eun'a most sf  iinportaat aily. g|  Medical research   has   definitely   proved s:  that from the point of view of Health end 3  . Hygiene^ the most effective among the oun'o E  ray*, ore the Ultra-Violet raya, which possess - "^  the greatoBt power for   the   prevention   and  cure of disease and debility.  Science has further established that ordinary window glass does not allow the pos-  sage of Ultra-Violet rays, so that by using  gloat) we ore artificially excluding these vital  health-giving rays. Therefore, the Invention  Of WBNJDOILITK has completely aatlsfled the  long-felt want. Exhauotlve experimenta  have conclusively proved that It la a most  effective substitute for glass, that It freely  admits the Ultra-Violet rays, and that Ita una  has a moat beneficial effect on the growth  end development of planta and chickens and  on the well-being of cattle, enabled for the  first tlm������ to have healthy light instead ot  darkness In thel-r sheds.  Indeed, the discovery of "WINtKHJWflS haa  flurlngj tbo. Iaot sSk years completely revolutionised gardening, given a new stimulus to  poultry "breeding, increasing tha egg-laying  capacity and fertility of chickens, has greatly  Improved the health of cattle and Is now being uacd In domestic and household require-  nsoute.  Minurd'H IJubtH-nt pre*i'oniN Flu.  W.    N.    U.    -4T7G  1 Distributors: JOHN  A.  CH ANTLER .& CO.,  LTD. 1  1 . 51 WeUinston St. W.     ���������   - ��������� ���������      ��������� -      ' TOEONTO, 'ONT.  ttUMiBiiiBimiiBiiigiiasauBUiueii^iiieieiiiiiitiiiiBiN TUT";   REVIEW*.   CRESTCST-   *B.    Cl.  .'/  e-aaaJsiB  ���������---lll.^l  are quickly  m-Buk  r:51  THE CRIMSON  WEST  ALEX. PHIIiSP  S������UbHBhed by Special Arrangement  With Thomas Allen. Publisher.  Toronto.  Ont.  ^-s  CHAFTE3R. XVI.���������Continued.  Wild  berries,  dead  ripe,  hung  on  lush drooping branches.  A soft "prut-prut-kwit-kwit" came  .from the leader of a covey of willow  grouse* that were feeding on the tiny  fruit of a crab-apple trge. _The call  was answered by a shyer note from  one of the young birds, who probably  was being taught the scale.    ^  The summer had been one of exceptional dryness. For weeks there  had been no rain, and a blazing hot  sun had poured. its fieryy ,raysfrom  ya. fbSou^ess^sky. The heavy mountain  f*dews could - not penetrate the close  standing timber,-and', the carpet of  needleg and '���������ilia.Q'sa^  ing 'on ^l^:|C%str;^huig' over '".ak^aind?  ?ino*uint^ri^y''';,;;;y''   :'"- - -���������'���������    "'--'"���������' --?"��������� '-y? -������'-v;  For Wilkinson and his men these  -were anxious daysyThey covered the  .section bet-ween the mill ?ahd Squam-  ish twice a���������day;- scanning the hillsides    snd   valleys;-*' ever   watchful,  .-ever on the alert;  plea^ng?ind>exhorting  the settlers  aiid loggers to  greater vigilance, and all the.-.while  t praying fervently for-rain.  Donald had posted  a  notice that  .any eimployee found smoking In the  y woods would be immediately dismissed.    Logging creates -a vast amount  ���������of debris, or V������siasfa,"v as it. is known  y to the ^aen of the; vs-oods. .?-;. With the  assistance  of    the    Forestry    men,  -'"Donald's crew? had ; piled    enormous  S:heaps of slash on the. hillside, await-  ���������'- ing    a    favourable    opportunity    to  j burn.   These menacing piles of brushy  -extending along the mainfroad for *i  quarter of a mile, were  a constant  f^source of danger., Every- precaution,  therefore, was    taken.-   The    spaces  -."between' the mounds  of brush were  ; raked clean, the road was patrolled  . -day and night, and pails filled ^with  f: water were placed at regular intervals.    Special    noticed    stating    the  great danger of fire,    and    warning  f-not to smoke in this area, .were posted conspicuously on tree and stump.  The mill iat Cheakamus had closed.  Sparks from the donkey engines had  threatened the extinction    of    botn  plant ahd timber,  Donald with Wilkinson stood suf-  froas the standing timber. Suddenly  a. tiny wisp of smoke was seen to  drift from, behind a fir tree at the  edge of the clearing. "Without comment^ both, men broke into a run.  -f Aroused lay the crashing footsteps,  -a- young man; -who- had been lying  stretched lazily on the soft moss,  came quickly to his-feet, a cigarette  held In- his-, fingers.- His-companion,  also smoking, lay with his back  against the bole of a tree a few feet  distant. Fishing rods, creels, land-  ] Ing-nets and the remains of a lunch  lay scattered on the ground.  "Don't ..you know better than to  smoke here?" blazed Wilkinson.  The fisherman brazenly replaced  the cigarette between., his flips. Wilkinson's arm shdS* forward like a  flash to pluck the offending weed  frosn the mouth, of the astonished  youth. 4T wish we bad a law to prevent smoking ln the woods. I woula  take great pleasure in arresting  you," he growled savagely as he  pinched the fire from the cigarette  and ground it under his beel.  Unnoticed by the Forest Ranger,  the second man removed his cigarette furtively and with a flirt of ht&  hand threw it behind him as he rose  to his feet.-  ���������*You are too damned officious!  You have no authority to prevent us  smoking," he "said angrily, as with  clenched fists he advanced belligerently.  Wilkinson was near the breaking  point. The weeks of worry, the long  hours of arduous toil, and the lack  of isleepf had frayed 1^ ? nerves.  "Damn you!" he flared, *'if it's jfa  fight you want "    He broke .-'isit  suddenly, his eyes wide, and?-staring.  '. 'My iCtoS^look ������<$& ������bcjute&^ |l^ flare;  of ^flamef shot from. 'yt^l^et^he^T  tfie? ^^asre^te^hadUf^t^.|,A..^ree^:  rustled through, the trees to fan the  fiame to a drumming roar as a pile  pf sla^ oawgiit; fir& The Red Terror  was;loosed.'. ?'"'...? ?y.  /'The aliairmt" cried Wilkinson.  "Fire!.,   shouted    Donald    as    he  situnabied to "the road.  "Fire!"  repeated the nearest patrolman.  :"-' ' -. ?:       ' ������������������"   '���������-:������������������  MFirel" rang the cry down the line  until the call reached the mill, and  every whistle was loosed in a screaming bedlam of sound to blanch. the  cheeks-xtf fthese iiardy meh;" Jwho.  knew $he: awful terror of this deva������-  tatitigi f devouring, fiery scoi^ge'that  blasts the wilderness with smoke aiid  ashes and takes its-toll'of both man  and beast. Men dropped their tools  and ran to answer the call.  The trapper's-dugout shot swiftly  across this lake.  '..- Connie lay reading in the shade b*  her cabin. She came to her feet at  the whistle's first call for help. A  moment later, seated astride her cay-  use, shewas galloping down the hill.  Every man, regardless of position,  answers -the call to'fight fire. When  a forest fire is raging-, the forest  ranger is an absolute sovereign. He  can call the lawyer from his desk or  the labourer from the ditch, but seldom does he need to exercise this  power, as every good citizen is willing to help stay the deadly scourge.  Meanwhile the fire was leaping from  veying the piles of dangerous waste.i heap to  heap, of    the    powder-lilt e  -"If .a-fire-starts and we can get to it  at once, -we" will be all O.K." paid  Wilkinson, "but if It ever gets away  ttorn,us here," pointing *��������� Sown, the  road, "no human, agency can stop it.'"  They made tl\e rounds of the patrol to satisfy themselves that the  wfi&8hmen were attending to their  duties. Leaving the main road, they  scrambled through the tangled masses of tree-tops to ascertain how far  distant the slosh had been remo ved  slash to cross the road and sweep up  tlie hill with. .Incredible, speed. With  a throbbing roar it hissed to the  tree-tops and rushed up the "mountain. Stifling smoke enveloped the  flre-flghters. Showers of burning bark  pelted them from above.  "To the mill!" Wilkinson shouted;  "we can do nothing here."  The men at the mill filed silently  to their.stations, and the big hoses  poured torrents of water on roof ana  FLU Germs Breed  If!   til-������'   lil.TO'S-lllB  Viral "Appear?__��������������� A Common  C5oM, But Oaln Xremondous. Headway  "In Six. 'DIoura ' ���������  SOME SIMPLE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST INFLUENZA  . Simple precautions taken now will enable you to light dreaded "Flu"  Which ia sweeping rapidly through the wholo country; The germs of Influenza gain access to the body through the mouth and' throat. Keep the  throat healthy and you go a long way towards stopping the trouble. An  effect I v* weanfl of prevention is to gargle the throat threo or four times  dally with Nervillne, Half a tcaspoonful of Nervllino in water makes  a most efficient gargle. The germ-kllllrag properties of Nerviline quickly  destroy any bacteria in tbe mouth or throat. If the chest Is sore, if thfi'  throat is hoarse, if you have a cough���������bo sure to rub tho neck and chest  with Nerviline, Jflvcry drop of it will rub in, and out will come the congestion, '  Off course It lo absolutely necessary to house-clean" the Bystoro with Dr.  Hamilton's Pills which stimulate th** eliminating organs, and rid tho system  oi aweius������������-brue<j.Mg; gvm.i������. This* ������o.u.hlftail&u ti"<j.'������tMioa*t u������ tJo.'vSiU.w tar.il  Dr. Elamllton'tX Pills will glvo prompt and entirely aat.HCocetory rcnulta.  I     SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA    I f  ��������� ������       -, * . i  A TOWER Of iTRM01H  ���������WBB  l  "  1928  Assurances in force (net)  An Increase of $408,925,000  New Assurances Paid for  An Increase of ������113,836,-000  Total Income   -  An Increase of $41,972,000  Surplus earned during the  Year  ���������      -  Payments to Policyholders  and -Beneficiaries   ��������� ���������      -  Surplus   and   Contingency  Reserve *  An Increase of ������9,157,000-  Total Liabilities  (Including Paid up Capital)  Assets, at December 31st, 192&  An Increase of ������87.652.000  Rate of Interest earned on  mean, invested assets (net)  ��������� $1,896,915,000  441,244,000  144,747,000  40,264,000  49,920,000  * 66,938,000  422,020,000  488,958,000  6.58%  DIVIDENDS TO POLICYHOLDERS INCREASED  ���������    FOR NINTH SUCCESSIVE YEAR  Tke Company has also inaugurated the practice of paying a special  maturity dividend on participating policies, ten or more  years in force, terminating by death or maturity.  _  19  . *'  EXTRACTS J^OMpiRECTORSr REPORT  . , ..After deducting amount's re-assured, the total  assurances in force how amount to~$r,896;915',934.57,  air increase -of 15408,925,254.48. Policies in* force  number 633,240, and in addition 136,293 certificates  of assurance are held by. employees of corporations..,  arid firms under the group plan. "  While every field ������^operation contributed its full  share to these impressive advances, the rapid development of our business in Great Britain and tlie:  United States is especially noteworthy. The generous  . reception .of our# Company in countries served by  powerful cOinestic institutions Is ' particularly '^ratifying, as-testifying-to widespread appreciation of  our record and services.  ���������.. The amount paid to policyholders since organization, together with the amount at present held for  their security or benefit, exceeds the total amount  received from them in premiums by $111,37*0,229=10.  The strength and resources of the Company have  been still fiSther enhanced.      .  The net rate of interest'earned on the mean invested assets,%fter5naking provision for investment.  expenses, has risen to 6.5S per cent, pividend increases, bonuses arid stock privileges, accruing on  many of the Company's holdings, contributed substantially to this gratifying result.  PA net profit of $11,028,854.59* has "been realized  from the redemption or sale of securities which had  risen to high premiums. "-Pp-->f'f���������  The securities listed in the assets have been valued  at figures substantially below the valued placed on  them by the Government. Thisnnder-valuation of  our securities represents ah important safeguard  against possible adverse market fluctuations, additional to the reserves specifically provided against  that contingency.  We are again able to report that on the bonds and  preferred stocks listed in the assets, not one dollar.  due either aa. interest or as dividend, is in jarrear for  a single day; while the dividends accruing to common  -stocks exceed by several million dollars those payable on the same^stbeks at the time of purchase.  -The surplus earried-during the year, based on the  values given in the accounts, amounted to '$40,264,-  088.S2.  $10,000,000. has been deducted from the already  ���������heavily marked-down value of securities, as addi- ,  tional provision against possible fiuctuations, in-'"  creasing the amount so set-asideytp $20,000,000.  The special amount set aside as a HabiHty "t&'\  provide for unforeseen contingencies has been main= '  tained at $12,500,000.-        - yyf. ff'..  $15,822,339.65 has been paid or allotted as profits  to policyholders during the year, y   ;  After making all deductions and Allocations,'  $9,157,966.34 has been added to the undivided surplus, bringing the total oyer liabilities, contingency  accounts, and capital stock, to $54,438,862.48.  The continued prosperity of the Company enables  your directors to announce, for the ninth successive  year, a substantial increase in the scale of profits to  be distributed to participating policyholders during  the ensuing year. ~  In addition, your Directors have inaugurated the  principle of granting a Special - Dividend, on-partici-  ' pating policies maturing after having been in force  ten vyears'-'pr ldngeri; This new- bonus will enable'"  policyholders dr beneficiaries whose withdrawal is  occasioned by the maturity; of policy contracts, to  participate in the accumulated surplus which it has  not as yet been considered prudent to divide.  The effort to provide life assurance at the lowest  net cost obtainable has been increasingly appreciated.    Our policyholders will be gratified by this  .. further evidence of our desire that the Company's  prosperity shall be fully shared by its members.  SUN LIFE ASSURANCE  COMPANY OF CANADA  wall. Big jets curved np the hill to  drench the dry, hot earth.  In short,  quick sentences Wilkinson outlined his plans.  "We' will try to stop it on the  north at tho river, on tho south with  fire-breaks, and at the track on the  cast by back-firing. On the west we  bave to let tho fire take Its course*  until It burns Itself out on the cliff  above." His voice rose in sharp command as ho sent tlie men to their  posts. Donald with twenty men under him was set to work digging a  ftre-broak on thc south side, A "Are-  breaJc" la made by spading up the  leaf-mould and huraua down to thw  ���������mineral sail and raking all inflammable xaatcrlal back from each aide..  The Are was advancing rapidly and  the heat was terrific. Choking nnd  gasping ln the stinging resinous  smoke, thc men strove In frenzy of  haste to. complete tho Are-break bo-  fore tho -flames should reach them.  A deer with a fawn at her heela  camo bounding In terror through tho  ocrcen of nmokc. CSroune and Kingbirds made a common escape from a  common enemy feared by all. Itab-  blt������, wlld-cycd, scuttled in fear;  squirrels and chipmunks joined in  tho hurried flight. Many of theoo  nmaller birds and animals would be  iltmkud and lost.  Connie, proud that alio could be of  assistance, dashed back and forth  carrying mesages for Wilkinson to  the different fronts." '"'.  tTo Be Continued.)  Corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way'a Corn Remover will remove  them.  Aluminum street cars, lighter and  quieter than the heavy steel cars now  in general, use, are being tried in  several cltlos in the United States.  Roads In Canada  A total of 6,020 miles of road waa  constructed during 1927, and 44,416  milea were maintained under provincial patrol or gang maintenance systems.  Minard's  Golds.  Liniment  tor   Cotiglm  and  Hurricanes which blow at a. rate  of 80 miles per hour exert a pressure of 32 pounds per squaro foot,   f  w.  n. u.  inn  What many people call Indigestion  very of ton moans excess acid in tho  stomach. The stomach nerves havo  been over-otlmulated, and food sours.  The corrective ln an alkali, which neutralizes acids instantly. And tho best  alkali known to medical, -science is  Phllllpa' Milk of Magnesia. It haa re-*  imalncd the standard with physicians  Lu Uiu DO y������ar������-mlliiiB *i<* iMVMMtl&JMu  One   sipoonful   of   UxW' hdlrnloauB,  loateleitB alkali in water will neutral*  Ixe instantly many times an much  acid, and the symptoms dtrsuppeur at  once. You will never use crude xncUx.  od������ whon once you learn ihe aXUc-t������*ucy,  ot this. Go get a amall bottle to Lrv.  Bo euro to get the genuine .VhfU'pir.1'  Milk of Magnolia prut*cribud by puyul-  clann for 50 yearti in correcting ������*x>  W������M  AV*      1,/>(.lj..  .a. ...       *)lmL., ml  dttect!6flfl'T-K!ry- flmgui-^c-  f>f,������l 'THE ' CJEOS&TON  BEYIKW  Dr. J. G. FISH and Dr. JEAM M. FISH  0  uiiif uptaijtuid  Patlio-Neuramater Service  OFFICE HOURS:  10 to 12 a,m. 1.30 *o 5.00 p.mv  7.00 to 8.30 p.m.  Office over  Creston  Mercantile Store  yiifiol    yiiurmi}   aSSaiuSS  Local and Personal  '   %... ������- Cl.tm 4-mm H/T���������  and  Mis. R. Q. Harris, a son.  For Sale���������Quantity of household  goods.   ;Mrs. f A.   Nelson   (M uir   resi-  dence). Park Eoad, Oreston.y  M*OJK**!!iS B"Oif.R5jaI.E!���������-10.   tf*e%  SSSBSSSBSSBBaS*  1  .. 'i-Cm   r~   ^upM?ay, MARCH 17  ORESTON 11.00   a.m.,   Matins  and Holy Communion.  WYNNDEli���������3 p,m., Evensong.  SIKDAH���������7.80 p.m.. Evensong.  United Church  Kev. R. E. Cribb, B.A., MinistTer.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  2 30 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.30 p.m,���������GRBSTON.  LAND FOR SALE  wagon jpo������ oAl.is���������-*ar004B wagon*  $20.    Albert Johnson, Oreston.  For Same���������20 acres of land at Cresfc-  <Sn,    R. Littler, Cumberland. B.C.  Ivan Staples of? Kelowna is renewing acquaintances in town at present.  Hay Fob. Sale���������Alfalfa, $15 a ton  at barn.    A. R. Bernard, Camp Lister.  Pigs For Sale:���������Six good, strong  Yorkshires. G. Murrell (W. P. Stark  ranch), Oreston.  Dr. Henderson was a visitor at Spo  kane the fore part of thi* week, mak  ing the trip by auto.  Trinity United Church Ladies'' Aid  will "have their usual Easter bazaar on  Saturday. March 30th.  Mrs. A. N. McKay and daughter,  Isabel, of- Movie, are visitors this  week with the . former's mother, Mrs.  P. Bolton.  CowsForSaIjE���������Two Holstein milch  cows, just freshened, both heavy milk  producers. 3. and 4 years old. D. Lear-  month,  Oreston.  Several lOracr^tiacts, all tinder Irrigation Hnd running water. Apply lo  E. NOGTJIER, Canyon.  'F. H. JACKSON  REAL. ESTATE  Ijistings solicited.    -  CRESTON,    B.C.  uo st-hhu M fc. T  Lost in Kitchener, or between  chener and  Canyon, stun   of   money.  Finder notify Review office.    Reward.  JERSEY HEIFER ASTRAY  Strayed from my premises on or  about March 3rd, Jersey heifer. Had  rope hs&lt-er abtsut- neck. Rewavd, to  party giving information leading to  recovery.    Geo. Cartwright, Eiieks-on.  B  a  uoa live  n  ���������$*f 7R   nor   nrnunn  CRESTON DRUG & BOOKSTORE  THE  REXALL STORE  *SEO. H. KLEMJY  head  ranch horses; weight from 1200 to 1500  lbs.    Chas.yOwiyRodgt������rs, Oreston.  W. Lancaster, who has been working at the Archibald home for some  time, has returned to Kimberley/    ?  Will the p#ty: who was Seen ta  a rug from tlie Canadian Legion Club  please return same at once and save  trouble.-. &.;     f??  Appubs. For Sale���������Jonathan and  Delicious at 85e; box delivered in town,  or 50c. if box returned. R. Stewart,  Oreston.  For   SAJLE���������Ford    light    delivery,  reasonable trial.     B. Johnson, Kitchener, B.O,  W ANTBDr���������Horse Mil table f < >r general  farm work, weight around 1000 or 1200  lbs., must be priced riRht- for cash. V.  Mawson,, Oreston.  Apples For Sale���������Smuii sizes Mcr  Intosb, Delicous and Northern Spy, 75  cents a box delivered in town. W. J.  Truscott, Oestou.  Tho ladies of the Holy Gross Church  have booked the evening of Friday,  May 21th, for a dance in the Grand  theatre ballroom.  Mrs. .deFa1h������se:nnd daughter* Muriel*  of iVinnipeg, Mar... as-riven on mOT--  d������y on a visfit with her parents, Mr.  ahd Mrs. Av Anderson. *   a.  , The drive for member now being  carried on by the Women's Institute  has so far I'bsVilted in tbe enrollment  of 10 paid up mem bet s.   ,  Oreston is this year im porting U.S.  potatoes to supply-iocai needs. Acai-  1 ond 400 sack of Yakima Netted Gems  was unloaded Monday. ~ ... / >  Lumber For Sale���������On������**and two-  inch 8-foot lu.mheivHll widths, $10 per  thousand! feet at mill near Porthili.  Monrad Wigen, Orehton.  Oreston Valley Post of the Canadian  Legion are arranging to puy a fraternal visit to Bonner's Ferry jG.W.V.A.  at the latter's April meeting.        ��������� '���������*"  Chickens For Sale���������400 pullets  and yearling hens. Leghorns, Rocks,  and Sussex. Pi ice from 90c*, to $1.25  each.    Jehu Garfield, Oreston.  The purieis bridge whistonThursdry  night netted the club about. $45.and'  was iho biggest-attended affair of  the sort iri the town's history.  Sewing���������I am prepared to do drest--  making ahd general sewing nt home.  Satisfaction^always given and charges  reasonable:.Mrs J. Murphy, Biickson.  Christ ChurchV Women's". Auxilsary  enjoyed fair patronBge^^at their tea  and sale at the Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon, at which the intake  was $30.  Leghorn and Red Chicks���������Every  one a money maker. ��������� Write for illustrated catalogue- which gives official  production averages. . Don. Bradley,  Ciestou.  i r  l y  g  ii   i # l  [il   1   i L I ������  We are now booking orders, for. our  usual carload of FERTILIZER and  would ask you to at once figure out  the quantity you will require, and let  us have your order not later, than  i  I  Our 1929 stock wiii arrive  this week. It is the best to  be had and the price is right/  region Valley Oo-f)petatsvs  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  Making   ONE ACEE  the Work of Two  Your- busy .season is about, to start.  VViiy not eliminate  that endless task of hoeing your vegetable gardens ?  You know ybu_ have one hundred and one h other  things to do.    The small outlay for this paper will  m  You will, no doubt, need fresh covering for  your walls for the coming spring and summer.  We will be pleased to show you our assortment for Walls, Ceilings and Borders, which  include Floral and Conventional Designs,  Also    Varnished   Tiles     for     Bathroom    or  Pantry.  A Double Roll contains Sixteen Yards*  From JSc. to S6c. per Doable Moll, in  stock.  fc  RW* _#% ���������HP *P*\  m ^ I 11  -uOiviRAiW,   LTD.  :^mtmmm^ri^^mt^  The Oii-ls' Go Getter Clwb of Trinity  United Ohnrch,  are| having a Sham  rock Tea in the church   bitsement on"  SatiiPd-iy afternoon, March I6th, 2,30  to 5 p   m. ���������''..-  Dr. Henderson" was an overnight  visitor at Nelson cm Friday. He accompanied Miss Ivan Compton to that  city where she is undergoing medical  treatment.  Fob Sale���������Kitchen range and some  other small h-u.sehold articles. Also a  Jersey-Holstein heifer calf. H. J.  Bessetn at Jas. Davis place next the  Mission, Creston, ......  C.  O. Rodgers   returned  on   Friday  from a  business visit to Calgary, Alberta,   and reports .thnt,.pity in   th������  throes of another oil e toe It selling boom?  almost on a par with 1014. V  With Easter Sundxy falling on  March 31sb the expectation is that the  valley will have an early spring. - And  this weeu the weathei looks as if the  prophesy-might come true  Miss IS, F. Arrowemith, town clerk,,  was the guest of her tiiutcr, Mia. E,  DriHll, at 'Kitchener, a few daya last  wei-k. In lier absence Mrw. Q. Young  was in charge at tho town hall.  It. B. Staples arrived from Kclowngt  on Tuesday for a, few,.days* business  visit, and will have charge of the drees  rehcarsalu and stngo "hJyes olf JLovo3''  at thn Grand next Wednesday.  Fo������ SAi.a-~Orchurd disc hnripw/lO  discs, Also spray machine equipped  with hone add one gun. Hoth tlioao  machines hayo boen overhauled and  are in good shape. Ch.ua. Mtirroll,  Creaton.  Priend������ of Hva. Ttaray Truscott wl33  dteoply t-VN'P'������thlzo with her In the  death of hor mother, Mi's, Wnldlo, %vho  passed' away suddenly nb Nelsan on  Thursday lnat, Mr. and Mrs. Truacott  arc atlll In the south.  FoitBAijrc���������Young plurfl fiom hIk bo  oigbt weeks old, $5,60 and up,  ready  now.    Alao J������'r������oy bull calf, grandson  or  bpenccr'a   pirize winning i������uil  i������nu  from high producing cow.    Al������o good  I work iioiHi*.    Q. Nickel, Oreston,  outlay tor tins paper  enable you  to  get '--oris with your other wort    You  will have iio more worry about the weeds gaining on  ��������� you���������-the Paper will look after ail that for you.  :���������-    i>r6p into the store any time and we will be  glad to  show you : samples and ��������� explain the  whole process.  STANDARD TYPE  12-inch, $1.35 per roll 133 lineal feet.  18-ineh,    1.85  36-inch?   3.75  .t  .m  tt  r*.  OMMERCIAL TYPE.  12-inch, -$. .90 per roll, 133 lineal feet.  18-inch,    1.25  36'inch,   2.25  .i  u  n  ..  We are stocking only a limited quantity and would  be glad to have your orders early.  *m. J\        ^" p p  t������Ssm     />.    .mSj m.     M-mt  ' " ' '���������-.'���������-��������� '���������������������������,':''���������"-'',.  Dry Goods.      Groceries.      Furniture.      Hardware  iiilH^.. >:>.'Wi>y , .;.������uiiiHi,u.. ,,-iwiiiiw  Whon Your Wator  Ptino& Fnooxo Up  Remember we carry a complete stock  of Pipes and Fittings and are willing to  do your^ Plumbing work at a very  roaBonoble price.  I  . STEEriiS i RUF  Blacksmith      Plumbing    Tinsmith       Oxy Acetylene Wilding;  MMM  9.mmmjm)mjmw.;m>?m^m>������mmmmma  ]

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