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 i���������__..v->tt^-.||~!  wm  1"  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON. B. C, FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1930  LCd^lBC 0B.S6&.U  Opens Sunday  Game Called for Three PaM.-  Fortin and Watson Battery-  Team Much Same as 1929-  Diamond Greatly Improved.  Everything is in readiness for the opening of tbe international league baseball  season which is scheduled for Sunday at  3 pan., with Bonners Ferry invading  Creston for the initial contest and with  Troy Montana, due to open hostilities at  Sandpoint, Idaho.  Arrangements are about completed top  the usual opening features, which wijf  include a parade of the players from both  towns headed by Piper Ross, hut the  identity has not yet been revealed of the  local celebrity who will pitch the first  ball. If the new uniforms for the locals  arrive in time the Creston nine should  present a nifty appearance in their brand  new suits, which will be either grey with  green stripe, or fawn with green trim.  Considerable work has been done on  the grounds. The' infield has r������  some attention in the way of grading and  leveling and the brush cut In the outfield. Before Sunday it is hoped to have  the grandstand moved to a better location and a wire screen placed in front of  it as weli as a wire screen bach of the  catcher...  lust now it loots as if Creston will  field much the same team as gave such  excellent account of themselves in much  the same company a year ago. Fortin  and Wat-on "wiU do the battery workp  with Say McKelvey, Gsro^/Fed Staples-  jand !*������������������������: Benedettl;-iandH_^^^MgeMi-'  .; Tellord and J>.  McDonald ,4.to: .select "an  outfield from.    ���������'-*" V ���������''":.],���������. ��������� ;,4-'; "���������'  ������������������ .    ������������������- ��������� - --'I1     .:'','V,       '   y. ���������  ��������� i,U>?.J"-     "*--������������������.  The Creston talenthas been gworking  out the past two weeks "'assd are in good  shape for the opening clash. Reports  from Bonners Ferry are to the same  effect so an excellent article of baseball  may be looked for.  Car owners are asked to park their cars  well back of the outfield and in taldng up  a position to be sure and head in at  an angle and in" line with the auto next to  them and in that way assure a good view  of the playing field to all motorists.  . The usual freewill offering is to be  taken and as visiting teams are guaran  teed $25 on each appearadce it is hoped  contributions will be generous from one  and all.  Wynndel  Mrs. Botts has returned to Wynndel  after having spent some months in  Louisana.  The Women's Institute bridge and  whist drive on Saturday night was a  splendid success^ the door receipts runn-  LEAGUE  BASEBALL  Tho opening game of the  International Leiigue  Greston vs.  Bonners Ferry  : Exhibition Park  0UN19 MAY 4fh  at TH.K1SJS p.m. Prompt.  Both loams aro, in -form and a  faHfgarne ia iiHRurcd.  .    LET'S GO!  ing to $29. The high score prizes at  bridge went to Mrs. Butterfield and T.  Watson; second prizes to Miss E. Towson. and Doug. Butterfield Whist prizes  were awarded Miss M. Joy and A. Hagen.  with second honors to Misa A. Hook  and C. Carlson. A box of cut flowers*  donated by Mrs* W. J. Cooper, were  sold and brought $3, while a canary, donated by Mrs. Joy, netted $6.15, bringing  the evening's total intake to $38.16.  Mrs. Erie Wood of Kimberley was a  visitor at the end of the week with her  mother, Mrs. Hingheim.  Mrs. H; J. Irving of Canal Flats was a  visitor here on Sunday, a guest of Mrs.  Towson.  , May meeting of Woman's Auxiliary at  Mrs, Hindley's on Wednesday afternoon,  TthVat 2.30 o'clock.  P. Ofner left on Monday for Pentieton  where he expects to remain for some  time.  School re-opened on Monday after the  Haste, .week vacation. The attendance  was up-to standard.  J. G. Abbott has still further enlarged  poultry farm operations. He took  delivery of 450 day old chicks one day-  last week.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook was a  visitor here last week and during bis stay  held Roman Catholic Church service.   *  trestwooii  At the end of last week seeding operations were In full swing on the Bishop,  Holben, Dudley and J. C. Rogers farms,  all of which are north of'the Dutchy  ridge. Two and three shifts are being  worked and the seed is going in under  ^iy^t.tfyd?*?* ~'������:'*^'JY?sS3^Y?-,Y:Yifc^:^^-^.:;'Y:i;:^  -:���������������__:? Ch^^  c. last week from a trip to Genessee,.  Oregon, where spring work is in full  swing on bis land at that point. Since  his return he has got seeding under way  here and with the use of a 32-foot drill  has seeded.as high as 150 acres a day of  three hilts.  Mrs. A. D. Demairs was a visitor here  from Oregon last week. The Demairs  own a tract at the south end and while  here she made arrangements for Chas.  Kirk to break and crop the land this  year.  Chas. Kirk and family, who have been  living at the Reclamation farm house for  the past few weeks, have now moved into  he new house on their 500 acres at the  extreme south end of the area. The  house was built for them by Fr. d Smith  of Creston.  Mr. Smith has also completed a small  house for (Mr. Garretson, who is also  located at the south end, and which he is  now occupying.  The excellent weather that prevailed  for most of April took the flood waters  off at the south end of the big area nnd  last week saw ploughing operations in  full swing at the Starks, Piper, Garretson  and ICirk holdings, on which considerable  discing has also been done.  The Green ditcher has been,used along  with a couple of teams, in making a fill  at tho big fllongh nt the cross dyke, and  on Saturday a Swedo pump, with a reputed capacity of 7000 gallons per minute  was put to work, and It is expected pumping operations will result in a lowering of  tho water at the south end so that ploughing can be proceeded with nt nil points.  The Larson dragline, with 1>_ yard  shovel, working three shifts got into  action early last week at tho Boundary  Creek section. Tho dredgo is now afloat  again and is being reconditioned and  should be at work at Boundary Creek  also boforo tho week is out. With these  two machines running 24 hourau day  considerable more optimism prevails' that  the ICootonoy will bo held in cheek If  average woator conditio ns provnil.  John Willlama was down from tho  Bnyonno on Saturday for supplies for tho  two crews that aro now working on tho  property at present.   He statoB that tho  winter's unowfall ban not been m dto-p-  m many supposed and right now only  about two feet of it Is loft.  Wynndel Talent  Repeat Concert  t\Tii % -rw������ 1-ft __hw~->  *   -| M.KMMV1 *_r  Most Popular���������Duologues are  Well Presented���������Sketches Not  Given Necessary Supervision.  Wynndel |C|i Kare Kluh repeated their concert, so successfully staged ,at& Wynndel earlier  in the month, at the GrafLd on  Monday night bntattracted rather  a small erewsL Total receipts  were lessT than $35. There was a  delightful variety to the programme of sixteen numbers, with  the audience shwing a preference  for the dancing and musical selections.  Mrsc Jteg. Pjriee and Miss D.  Payette Were, enthusiastically received in their> song and dance,  "Climbing up the Golden Stairs/'  and Miss Ethel Towson was  eqnally popular in a medley of  Scotch and Iriijb dances.."  Misses D. J?ayette, E. Towson,  D. Butterfield and Mrs, Price in  the quartette, "Springtime In the  Rocldes," won well deserved applause, and the mixed quartette  of Misses Payette and Butterfield  and Messrs. A, E. Towson and D.  Butterfield, wi^h;"Little Tommy"  :had another f^e number, though  wasr-^allyJts^duev iy 0*,:_iisvseephi3:  vocal so-O;^ appearance James  Hulme, with, "Never Let Her  Learn to Dance," was accorded  an encore, and the piano solo by  Mrs. W. J. Cooper is deserving of  special attentions  Miss Butterfield and James  Hulme acquitted themselves creditably in their duologue, "Please  Pass the Cream," and the popularity of the other duologue,  "Rapp," was largely due to the  clever acting of Doug. Butterfield  the tipsy partner of Fred Hagen  the other member of the company.  The sketch, "Foiled by Heck."  was amusing, but it suffered  through lack of supervision in its  presentation, A. E. Towson, as  the villain, being the only member of the cast of half a dozen to  get anywhere near the best out  of his part. With more supervision, too, Campbell Payette's, "O  Gee, Gosh," would have ��������� gone  over better.  Mrs. Cooper and Miss Butterfield were the accompanists of the  evening and their efforts contrib-  patient at Cranbrook hospital for the  past two weeks, returned home on Sunday.  Bev. P. McNabby Presbyterian pastor,  was calling on members of the congregation at Erickson on Tuesday*  Lee Heric was here from Yahk for the  weekend at the ranch-  Bob Taylor sustained a broken arm  and some other slight injuries on Monday when a truck load of cement he was  driving to Arrow Creek went over the j  bank about a mile from here. Mr. Taylor is employed on  East Creston Irrigation system.  Fruit Exchange  Elects Director  Substantia! Sum to be Rebated  Shippers Shortly���������-Gold Storage  Mcintosh Reds are Popular���������  Separate Pool  for This Year.  Morlwr Hlw,- you to "Say It with flow-  era" on Mother'w Dny, from Cork's  tinuenhoune.  wted much to the success  musical features.  _._���������  IM.  the  Erickson  Peter Heric was an Bnster week visitor  at Yahk, returning on Saturday,  School re-opened on Monday after the  Eaa.er vacation. The attendance Is now  the blffflost on record.,  Ray Orislor was a bueEnesa visitor at  Cranbrook at the middle o. ,fh- week.  Rev. A. Garlick wilt take the monthly  Chureh of England seryioQat tho school-  house at 8 p.m., Sundnv, Moy.4th.  H. 0 ,������flment������ ia tho Inttitfr- aijito; {owner  in the diutrEct. Ho tool./,4eJlvcii1y'| of a  l������30 Plymouth from Qr^t^^ptora at  tho on d of the week ./  h> Hnnle arrived from RnisilRind' at tho  flwt of the week, and la to bp'rlwl'th El. J.  ,0. IMc'hnrdBon for tho summwr,  MluliJoan Kemp, who ���������upant lOnntor  nt hor homo hero,   returned  to' Proctor  on S'Yfcday.  Minn Ruby Martin, who hm boon, ������  MKHW  In tbe absence of the president, R. J.  construction of the Long, iEhe annual meeting of Creston Co-  Operative Fruit Exchange Saturday  afternoon was taken charge of by i J. M*.  Craigie, the- session -"being- favored with  quite a good turnout of Exchange ship-  Editor Review:  Sir,���������Just a line to inform you that  Erickson is not getting all the credit that pers.  is due this community for early garden  stuff, as W. G. Littlejohn has" been shipping rhubarb since the middle of February. REVIEW READER.  Alice Sittings  I. N. Rhodes was home for a few days  from Hazel Creek at the end of the week,  leaving on Monday for Cranbrook to  scale at the Sash & Door Combany sawmill at Npw Lake.  ������Mrs. McDonald left  last week on a  short visit with friends at Kimberley.  John Carty, who has been living with  Mr. and Mrs. George Moore for some  months past, passed away on Sunday  night, and the funeral took place on  Tuesday to Creston cemetery.   _  Principal Lukas returned by auto from  Femie on Sunday, where he spent the  Easter week vacation.  - Gordon Smith has returned to Copper  Mountain  after   spending a   couple  of j president,  weeks visiting his wife, and family here.    1 es&eutive  The financial statement covering operations of the past twelve months was  submitted by J. W. Hamilton and indicated the company has had another successful year and it was announced that  the Exchange ws!l have approximately  $3G_ of its own funds to return the growers in the way of rebates and the expectation is that the Associated Growers will  also have at least anothor $1090 for  similiar distribution, and this total of  $2000 will be sent the Exchange shippers just as soon as the funds arrive from  the central at Verhoa.  Due to the short crop year shipments  of apples shew a slight falling off, as well  as crabapples and plums, but there were  gains in the ontgo ' of pears, cherries*  raspberries and goooeberries, with strawberries about on a par with 1928,  Mr. Craigie and John Hal! were the  retiring directors and were unanimously  re-elected to the board, with H. A. Doddl  I named to succeed R. J,  Long,, iorraer  who has  . resigned from th&  The former three along with  weekend Yyfipitbra.:wijh-; their.-^ughter.  Mrs. Hector Stewart, .and- >w_re. accom-  panied by  Mrs.  Stewart's brother and  sister.. ....,.'..'  Pears and cherries are in full bloom in  this section and apples will be. in full  bloom next week. Blossom indicates  better than averagr crop.  Mrs. Dick Smith, Mrs. Tom Marshall  and Miss Annie Parkin were visiting with  Nelson friends a few days last week.  Ganyon GSty  A A. Bond, who has been working in  Calgary, Alberta, for the past two or  three months, has returned ^home.   He  repotts building operations in that city  quiet this year.  Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Knott, arrived in  by auto from Snoqtmlmo, Wash., on  Sunday, and left a few hours latter on  the return trip, figuring to negotiate the  460 mile return journey in time to go to  work Monday morning.  The senior pupils of the TJnited Church  Sunday school, in charge of Miss Helen  McRobb, had the annual picnic at Arrow  Creek on Thursday.    '   ���������.    ���������  Grover Kifer, of Yahk, waB a weekend  visitor with Canyon frinnds. Camp operations hav.^ slowed down so that it has  been closed, and ho is this month starting work as fire patrol with tho C.F.R. in  the Yahk district.  Public school Inspector Capt. Manning  was here on. hia usual spring visit to tne  Canyon school on Tuesday.,  Mr. and Mm. Clifford Vance and Mr.  and Mm. Bob... Clayton, Bill of Kimberley, wero weekend auto visitors  at the Vance nnd Clayton homes in  Canyon City, returning Sunday evening.  School ro-oponod on Monday morning  with the usual attendance. Both teach-  oro spent the vacation in the valley.  Full bloom Is now on ponrsand cherriea  apples coming Into bloom for next week  Tho two former give indications of n full  crop, nnd apples will bo average.  About  two   dojzon   of   tho  Swedtah  friondn of Mr. and ��������� Mrs. N. Larson  dropped in. quito informally on Thursday  night last, to help tho bride and groom  of 1006 celebrate their nllvor wedding.  Oldtime sociability and a sumptuous  fluppor wero features of an evening that  nil prcacnt very much enjoyed.  Mofthor'n I>rty. May llth. Say Ifc with  flowers from Cook's Grounhoiiuo.  jH^njY,pBU^^-T;{ Leveque,Jas. Com-,.  :therl__IO directorate^''Y^''- ;:vyy  E,..frphainbers of Vernon, president of  the Associated Growers, was present and  ad dressed the   orchardists  on   the  new  provincial pool, which he confidently ex-  "pects will work out satisfactorily.   He  also discussed freight rates, tariff and the  general   operations   of   the Associate-d.  He reported that this  year's experiment,  of putting Mcintosh Reds into cold storage and offering them for sale as late as  March had proven satisfactory and that  the trade had shown  quite a  keen  demand for this variety at midwinter.   Due-  this successful  venture   Mr,  Chambers  stated cold storage facilities at Vernon,  and   Pentieton particularly were  being  considerably enlarged and due this expansion he did not think there was any  occasion as yet  for  Creaton to branch  out into cold storage operations.  With the president on hia visit was C.  S. Squires, manager of the Nelson central  of the Associated, and W. M. Vance'of  Nelson, Associated prairie representative  the past season.,. Three or four years:  ngo Mr. Vance waB In charge of Creflton  sub-central and the expectation is that  he will bo here again this year in place of  Mr. Whimster. As in tho past. few seasons tho Exchange will again operate on.  its own pool.  IMS ��������� ���������  Hm   W: 0 ��������� ���������  ry.a  Oospe.  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  SUNDAY. MAY 4th.  11.00   a.m.'���������Morning   Worship.  7.30p.tri,~-Subjec_.  .  i J JIB diIQB 01 Si II TS Si  Speaker, MISS MeLBAN.  3  TUESDAY nnd THURSDAY  7AS p.m.  Evangelistic Services.  Fill DAY  Young People's Meeting.  ��������� ml i<i������������������W������liW������Mmwl  1_,B  l=B-flg- THE   KEYIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   ���������.  M& &tfees? ������rastg������ Ste&o������  &&,&% @@������al tills in Hivnur  ���������f^eelt team, tire ftsaffd&ne'  Cause Por National Gratification  Canada Has Exclusive Method  Quality Of Canned Goods  Must Be  Marked On Label  Canada is the only country tn the  world so tar to require the quality of  canned goods to be clearly marked on  'the labelled, that the housewife can  buy ^*3v the assurance that she is  getting what she wants, tinder the  provisions of the Meat and Canned  Foods Act, administered by the" Fruit  Branch of the Dominion Department  of Agriculture, there are four quality  grades: "Fancy," "Choice," Standard," and "Second." "Always buy by  the quality marie" is a slogan can  now be applied to home buying with  a real value.  Boosting For Canada  Profound satisfaction will be felt by the people of Western Canada, in  common with the rest of the world, tn the successful outcome of the Five  Power naval conference in London, England. That satisfaction Is all the  greater, and- the feeling of relief more pronounced, because of the many  predictions freely made during the progress of the conference that its  results would be nil, and quite abortive in tho realization of the liopes in  which it was conceived.  Because there were many conflicting viewpoints to be reconciled, many  difficulties to be overcome, and the conference ran on month after month,  the pessimists told an anxiously awaiting world that nothing would be  accomplished because noth:ng could be; that the nations were stilt so  suspicious of each other that they were afraid to disarm in even the slightest degree; that the old game was still being played with each nation trying  to get some advantage at the expense of others.  But with the signing of an agreement "by the three greatest naval  powers, and acceptance of a portion of the agreement by the next two navaS  powers, the dire prophecies of the pessimists have been proven foundation-  less. Instead, the splendid optimism, the unfaltering patience and courage  of Ramsay MacDonald have triumphed, and a great forward step taken  along tne road to permanent wor.d peace.  After a world war lasting more than four years, why should people  have become discouraged and foreseen failure because a period of three  months was required in discussion of the many knotty problems confronting  the naval conference before a solution was found ? ���������     -  The British Ccanmonwealth of Nations, the TJnited States of America,  and the Empire of Japan have found themselves whereby they undertake to  reduce their naval armament and expenditures and voluntarily ^impose  restrictions on themselves. The number, -size and armament of ships of war  -is limited. And who, a few short years jago would have imagined it possible,  all five powers agree that information "will be, given to each, by all the  others "of vessels it is building" in. replacement of ohsolete, abandoned and  destroyed ships. This is not preparation for war, but for the maintenance  of peace.  But the great achievement of the conference is not to be found so much  In the actual reductions decided upon, or the 3im?tations of actions voluntarily assumed, as it is in the established fact that the policy of friendly  consultation between nations has been given an impetus which will undoubtedly grow. This more than anything else must fill the world with,  hope for the future.  The conference has also established beyond all possibility of dispute that,  no matter how far the leaders, of a nation may be prepared to go in the  matter of disarmament, they can. only proceed as far as public opinion at  home will support them in going. The belief is general that the conference  would have gone to even greater lengths Sn disarmament had the various  representatives there felt assured of supportat home, and that their very  willingness to make concessions would not be used to overthrow the whole  project when referred for final ratification by their national assemblies.  The great lesson of the conference for all peace-loving people is, therefore, the vital necessity of an awakened and informed public opinion in  every land on the awful subject of war and preparation for war, rather  than preparation for peace. Once again has It been demonstrated by this  naval conference that no Government can move very far in advance of  public opinion, no matter how laudable may be the motives by which, it is  inspired or praiseworthy the object sought to be attained.  It is the rank and file, the great mass of the people who must become  peace-minded. It is the masses who must be informed and taught to shed  their suspicions and animosities. 'The more ardent advocates of peace the  peoples of all nations become, the more quickly will their Tecognized leaders  nnd responsible statesmen write those wishes into solemn agreements and  binding treaties.  Canadians, perhaps more than any other people in the world, have  cause for thankfulness and rejoicing in the reaching of a naval understanding between the British. Commonwealth, the United States and Japan. We  are part and parcel of the British Commonwealth, while our nearest neighbors are the TJnited States and Japan. With tho former we have much in  common, while with the latter by reason of our geograph'cal position we  ��������� must have ever Increasing intercourse. Futhermore, any misunderstanding  between the United States and Japan could hardly fail to react with Injury  to us, That all are in accord Is cause for deep gratification in Canada.  OWES HER HEALTH  TO PINK PILLS  This   Weak    Anaemic   Woman  Now   Rejoices  In   Health  and  Strength  It is a scientific fact that nearly  all  the  ills  that  afflict women are  due    to    poor,    thin    blood.       This  anaemia   is   the   one   cause   of   low  sp'rlts   and   languldness,    the     poor  annetite.   breathlessness    and     aching backs that make life^ a burden  for   so  many  women.      .tsut  suf-er-  ing   women   could  banish,   all  these  miseries   by   taking   Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills,   for it is a  known fact  that  these  pills   create     an     abundance   of   new   rich   blood ��������� their  wonderful   reputation   is   based   on  that.      Proof of these statements is  given by    Mrs,    L.    Deschenes,    La  Tuque,   Que.,   who   savs:    . "Before  I began, using   Dr.   Williams'    Pink  Pills I was in   a   badly   run   down  condition.     I   appeared   to   be    almost  bloodless,  had frequent  headaches,  and the least exertion would  leave me breathless and worn out.  Mv husband advised me to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills and got for me  six.boxes. Almost from  the firs^ I  notreed an improvement in nay condition, and as I continued taking the  pills my blood became better and I  steadily grew stronger,  till  today I  am enjoying the best of health. I am  now able  to  do  all my housework  without feeling the least fatigue; my  appetite  is better and I sleep more  soundly at night*       All this I  owe  to  Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills,   and  I  unhesitatingly   recommend them  to  all who are run-down in health."  Tou can get Dr. Williams' Fink  Pills at all drug stores or they will  be sent by -ma^l at 50 cents a box  by writinir "the Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Many Cities In Britain Have Held  "Canada Week"  There has not been much said In  Canadian newspapers about the city  of^Bristol's "Canada Week," and the  event should have been taken more  notice of than it was.      Y    ;  Bristol is a city ot 40u,GG0 people.  It has just had a "Canada Week,"  which, consisted of a campaign for  the buying' cf goods __.ad_ in Ca-Utds.  Pages of newspaper advertising  space, posters, window displays of  Canadian merchandise, ,and other  forms of publicity were given to our  products, and the cumulative results  must have meant the selling of many  thuosaads of dollars worth, of goods,  besides, the value of introducing  lines ef Canadian "'bods to Bristol  purchasers for the first time-.  Glasgow, with, a population of over  a million, and several other'big cities,  have held "Canada Weelcs," and Canada must have derived a large  amount of permanent benefit from  them.  Such gestures of good-will deserve  the practical approval of Canadians.  There is a great deal more boosting  of Dominion products in Great Britain than there is of English .products over nere. The Empire Marketing Board spends about ?5,000,-  000 on the promotion of the sale of  Empire goods in the British Isles.  We sell a vast .quantity of merchandise over there, and then spend most  of our money in buying TJnited  States* goods.  Canada will wait till the moon  turns into cheese before a "Canada  Week" is staged in one of the 1_ig  cities over the border.  No  matter  how  severe,  you can always have  v immediate relief:  Aspirin always stops pain quickly. It does  it without uny ill effects.   Harmless- to tha  heart; 'harntles- to anybody.   But it alwayf  brings reHef;���������;��������� -Why suffer?'::': "  '-'���������  TRABE SSSARK 5\ES.  Discovery Cf Daiii-li Fansers  Sale   Of   Milk   By   the   Foot   Is .������  Possibility  Milk will shortly be on sale by the  foot,    following    important    experS-  anents at a Danish farm.  It has been found that when, tb������  natural. water is    withdrawn    from  cows' milk the remaining pulpy sub-.  stance can    be    rolled   into    sheets  similar in appearance to paper.  Special machines have been macs  to carry out tbi3 rolling process oa  sanitary,lines, and' the, milk becomes eso highly concentrated that it  is & food in itself.  When required in liquid form it Is  simply, dissolved in boiling water and  its strength gauged by the arn&us_t  of water added.  Iceland's foreign trade Is Increasing.  Curious Twist Of History  Anyone with an eye for the curious twists of history must be interested in the fact that Prlmo De Rivera, ex-dictator of Spain, was kept  alive for many years past by Insulin,  developed in the New "World, which  was discovered by a man financed  by the Spanish Court, nearly four  and a naif centuries ago.  Queer Insects In Peru  Certain Type Ol Ant Is Used In  Surgical Way-  There, are surgical ant martyrs in  Peru. Advices from an expedition of  the Field Museum tell that when a  native of the equatorial forest is  wounded, be gets a certain type of  ant with powerful jaws. The ant is  made to bite severed edges of skin  and bring them together. The surgeon loses his life In healing.  After he bites his body is snipped.  off and Ms _sead with'sits death grip  on the skin remains till the wound is  healed.  Seventy pieces of wood go into Ura  making of a violin.-  erst"  ada���������-h@  ivl'4'i  Planning Bit* Air Field  Winnipeg   May   Havo   Combination  I_aml nnd Sea l*lano Airport  Development Board of Manitoba aim  to provide Winnipeg with one of tho  most unique and best equipped combination land and sea piano airports  Plans now being formulated by a j on thc continent.    Tho plans, which  special committee  of the Industrial   havo boon ^P1'0^011 *>v iho *>epart-  1 ��������� - ..,,,,,,���������, ,   .-   , -.,., -  i ment of Aviation at Ottawa, Include  an air field 3,000 acres In extent with  an artificial lake about two miles in  diameter.  Persian Balm is unrivalled for promoting feminine loveliness. Tones and  rejuvenates the sk'n. Makes it exquisitely soft-textured. Makes hands  flawlessly white. Especially recommended to soothe and relieve roughness or chafing caused by weather  conditions. Indispensable to every  dainty woman. Cool and refreshing.  Delicately fragrant. Magical in results. Never loaves a vestige of stickiness. Pers'an Balm is the one toilet  requisite for the woman who cares  for charm and elegance.  Canada's Forest Area  The total forest area of Canada  Is estimated to bo 1,151,-5- square  milos. Of this area, 865 880 square  miles aro productive and accessible;  a little over ono third of this area  boars timber! of merchantable size;  the remainder carrlcB young growth  not yet fit for use.  -  _i   Heal the Sprain with Minard's."  (Established a Record  Thirty-two years on a water wagon is a record of civic service which  will take some beating, and when  there is added to that a service of  over 29 years, as driver of the town's  fire tearn, during which he missed  only one fire, and the record of John  Tozer of Port Hope, Out., seems to  be complete.  RTJB forehead and  tern p Ies w 11 a  Ylcks; also melt vx  hot water and inhale the vapors*  Y Thla clears the head and usually  brings quick relief, especially is.  those cases which so often, accompany colds.  If headaches come too offtca-  consult a physician.  fiF������f*^^^t3orlCO  ������fr������Rt?M/lUGNJAR$U$a>      ���������  >%  i a w tete t.ch q:d  Don't be without Douglas' Egyptian T./inlmont. TCoep it. always handy.  ���������Relioves toothache, neuralgia, sore  tbront, quinsy, and croup. Invariable  for bu^ns, sores, Barber's Itch and  Ringworm,  Chicken Cannery  The construction of a $25,000  chicken cannery to be operated In  connection with tho B.C. Egg FcjI  and with other poultry raising concerns of tho Feasor "Valley, Is planned for Now Westminster. It will be  a private venture.  Tho Friend Of All  Sufltoro^s.���������Dr.  Thomas' T2clcct>'lc OH Is a valuable  remedy to all those who suffer pain.  It holds out hope to everyone and  realize��������� it bv stilling suffering everywhere. It 1������ a liniment that has the  blessing of half a cont'nont. It is on  sale everywhere and can bo found  wherever enquired for.  Gorman scientists have succoodod  in obtaining electric current from  storm clouds In a Sw'bs mountain  and controlling tlio sparks produced.  IIP?  W1KE RECIPE BOOK.  WWt������T������r������ Hoxnrwi Co.. l.umnn, TO*pi.  B H3,1*4 St. Paul St. We*t, M<mti*������I.  Headache  I-ot Mhu.rrt'M drive it away.  Bathe tho forehead, Alrao in-  lialo Unlmont, heated,  m*mm  W.   K.    U.    18������6  One of tho most thrilling drives In  the mountains oC Western Canada Is  nlonp; llvi m>w motor road to the top  of Moiwt lie'^elBtoko, In Mount Ttov-  okiUke National Park, a reservation  of "ino square mllou In BrJtlrah Col-  umblJi.  ��������� by covering all perishable.,  goods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will .keep  them fresh until you arc ready  to use them.  You'll find the Para-Sani sanitary  knife-edged carton handy, Or  use "Centre Pull" Packs in sheet  form for less exacting uses. At  grocers,' dn%gtist-,' stationers.  l;:st-ki  iiiiliil  lift:!:  pRii^Hiil-ii'titl  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO;t REGINA, SASK. THE  CBESTO-C  REVIEW  +*  Tree misses  men  but hits  wires  Telephone men were riding  along in their big truck near  Nanaimo when a giant tree  crashed down on the highway.  Someone saw it toppling just in  time to stop_ the truck and save  the lives of its occupants.  However, the telephone wires  were brought down in the crash  and every circuit between Nanaimo and Victoria was put out  of order.  empire will be present, impression  will  not   down  that   Canadian  electors will   be   called  upon to  make their electoral- decision  towards the end of August or very  early in September, or else the appeal will be deferred until 1931.  The situation is a peculiar one.  The   King   administration    has  nothing to gain and much to lose  by   postponing tha election   till  next year, and at the same time  nobody is particularly enamoured  with a federal election campaign,  particularly in   the hot weather  of July and all August.  However the suspense will not  be long continued. In a few days  now the federal budget  permanently here and "were given royal  welcome by their friends here.  bespoke the  was held^  esteem in which decsased  ���������:n  The telephone men followed  their close shave by a  speedy restoration^ of service.  Repairs were completed within  half an hour; in many cases  lines being back in service before they were reported out of  order.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LilviiTED  brought down, and if those who  have been forecasting its tariff  changes have been guessing things  right its dollars to a suit of last  winter's heavy underwear that it  will be a 1S3G appeal to the people.  _-. o. _? towerdew of "Vanaouver, who  is now in charge of R.O.P. inspection  work for the poultry division of the1 federal department; of agriculture, was an  official visitor at the Fred Powers ranch  on Saturday and Sunday last.  Quite the ntost ^atisiaetory annual  meeting in the' history of the !���������!-._.  Trading & Supply ^Company, Limited,  ���������Q~  .v-4.    __ rn.t __'��������� '_.������_v*.    '. ts.t   .   t~a.a  iuau   *ja.   _������es>u������*y , uigui>,    wuivu   wa-  iairly well attended and presided over by  Fred Powers, in the absence of president  E. J. Malthouse.    Profits  on business  done last year were so satisfactory that  it was decided; to this year pay a cash  dividend of 8%, as compared with a 6%  bonus last year.     Directors elected were  H. Helme, Fred Powers,  R. T. Millner,  A. R. Bernard, John Bird, and at a sub-  I sequtKii tneeiuiK St. Il^'iii.  wSs named  president;   Fred Powers, vice president;  and John  Bird, secretary and treasurer  The meeting adopted  a motion to this  year erect a new warehouse for the flour  and feed business.  Y;  FOR SALE���������Two-year old stallion,  Clyde bred, weighs now about-1200 lbs.  Geo. M. Holt, at the Bryce Cartwright  ranch, Creston,  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. and Mrs. George Moore take th's  opportunity to thank the members of  the Orange Lodge and other friends for  the kindness shown in the illness and  death of the late Mr. John Carty,  E*.  ._*  For who mEST  SS   SB        : ������^& i 'SSSSSSm JBaKBBB JBSP-____^_f _fHP*mH_i   ___l_P^^___i  gg JSttUIUl1 _5������s0     mm :. ;  tWBBB ������_���������_���������# iffBwy ^3s_-^  League Baseball  ���������*������-  ������timto&emser  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Miss K. Porter  of Nelson spent the  weekend with  Mr. and Mrs. Molander.  Give us a call     We are handling the MAPUE LEAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in mis line.  s$le Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are sight.    -   Try us once and be convinced.  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C..  FRIDAY.  MAY   2  Labor-Saving Farming  Due to financial backing by  quite a number of public spirited  citizens and equally practical support by the baseball talent of the  district, Creston on Sunday makes  its first ever-entry into organized  sport, and the event is more noteworthy due the fact of it being  international.  With more than a few, possibly,  the formal introduction of Sunday  baseball will not be popular, but  at this distance it would appear  that with most of the conscientious objectors a spirit of agree to  disagree prevails, and this is well,  because even the scriptures inform  that the Sabbath was made for  inan,not man for the Sabbath,  And now, having negotiated the  thin ice, might we point out that  Sam  Littlejohn, who  visit at Saskatoon, Sask.  Kitchener.  a  has returned to  __-"H  B   B  s  A. Simpson, who has been working in  the oil fields at Turner Valley, Alberta,  has arrived home.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson spent a few  days In Kimberley the past week.  John Belanger of Cranbrook is a visitor  here this week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  C. Senesael.  Clarence Hully, a student from the  B.C. University, Vancouver has taken  over the Kitchener school until midsummer  j Miss Louise McAllister, who has had  charge of Kitchener school since February  has resigned, and has left for Calgary,  Alberta.  Citizens generally, and car owners in particular, who would like  to get firsthand information on  labor saving developments in con-] m addition to the important fin-  Mrs. Knowlin, who ha<? been  on  sick"list, is recovering nicely now.    s  the  neetion with farm work, should  make it their business to look over  operations now well under way on  the old Reclamation Farm.  Power operated four bottom  ploughs and even sixteen foot  discs are not exactly difficult to  contemplate, but when it comes  to watching a caterpillar tractor  attached to a 32-foot seed drill  travelling along at a clip of*" at  least 4 miles an hour and seeding  150 acres in a day; this latter is  the kind of thing that makes one  ancial backing the team  also requests the pleasure of your company at al!   its   home games.    A  big turnout of the fans goes a long j  way    in    producing    a^    better j  article   of  baseball,   particularly  when it is not bashful in applauding pretty work, and equally con-'  siderate  with at least no noisy  make th_ir home.  disapproval when the work hap-j    __    _   ... ���������  .    .        ,,    ,    e  _  *T   , ,        .. _. Mrs. Smith arrived on  Monday from  pens to be not quite so prety. ( Calgaryj Alberta, and has taken over the  In    taking    the    field    against management   of   the   C.P.R.   boarding  tiwnslike Troy, Sandpoint and house.  Bonners Ferry   with   an   amateur'     Miss   Janet   Smith    was  a   weekend  Mrs. S. Rombough and daughter,  Andrey, of Cranbrook,, were visiting with  friends in Sirdar a few'days last week.  Miss Dawson of Kimberley if here on  an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.  Gille.  Mrs. Rose left on Sunday to join her  husband* at   Vernon,   where   they   will  as good a showing in their out  town engagements.  of  Ll&tt&r  realize   that   the  unemployment j nine Creston is displaying a brand {visitor at Nelson,  situation has by no means reached its   peak  in   an   agricultural  country as Canada is.  In the old days a well groomed  team handled by an experienced  agriculturist was accounted as  more than earning his pay if ten  acres were seeded in the oldtime  ten-hour day. Ploughing, discing  and seeding operations are now  in full swing at all points on the  7000 acres and our American  friends are only too happy and  right at home talking farming operations.  With the exception of one unpatented stake and barb wire gate  just across the ferry there is good  auto travelling all the way south  to the boundary.  of   sportmanship    that    deserves!    Mrs. H. Dibley left on Thursday on a  every encouragement, win or lose,! visit with friends at Cranbrook.  and   here's    hoping    the     locals      Mrs. Sid McCo.be left on Tuesday on a  triumph in   a  majority; of their. holiday visit with relatives at Cowley,  home games���������and make equally Alberta.  Raymond Treen was renewing acquaintances in Kingsgate last week.  Mrs. Dufour of Cranbrook was a visitor here at the weekend.  Father Choinel of Cranbrook held  Roman Catholic-Church service here on  Saturday.  Jns. Wilson was combining business  with pleasure on a visit to Creston on  Monday.  C.P.R. Supt and Mrs. Flett of Cranbrook wore Sirdar visitors on Satnrday.  The Budget Will Tell  Next to much concern over the  rather insufficient moisture supply  on the bench lands and the hope  that flood conditions on the  Kootenay River this season will  n \t be such aa to injure the extensive d-velopementa on the Reclamation Farm, interest centres  on the possibility of a Dominion  election thin year, with all the  outward and visible signs indicating an appeal to the people by the  Kinp: wovernmont, which is now  in the fourth year of its term,  Due to thoro being an Imperial  c mference Hut for September in  London, at which all tho Kovern-  irvnt hwulM of the Hoventl domin-  \:m������   that   make up  the  British  Gordon Hurry left last week for Nel  son, where he is resuming work with the  C.P.R. in that city.  Alter a few days visit at his ranch here  Sam Lazachuk has eeturned to Kellogg,  Idaho,  Re j. A, Garlick will be here on Sunday  morning for Church, of England woaship  at 11 o'clock, with Sunday school due to  assemble nt 10 a.m.  Miss Kntherlno Demohuk is a visitor  at Nelson this week, In which city she  expects to secure a position.  Miss Agnes Sinclair was an Easter  week visitor with Miss Ruth Cartwright  a^ Erickson.  ��������� Miss Curtis returned on Sunday f J om  the Easter week holiday nt her home in  Slocun City, and school resumed operations on Monday morning;.  Rev, Carl Basse of Creston took Lutheran Church servlcp hero on Sunday  aftomoon.  Tho dhagrqfnblo weather on Saturday  nifilit kapt down the attendance to three  tables, at the Community Socioty bridge  that evening. The high sooro prtacp  wont to Mrt-t. A, W. Sinclair and B. R.,  Bolminr.  Alfred Kocott and MIhh Greta ValUor  wore unitod in mnrrtugo by ttov, Carl  Biuwo i������t tho Tjtithonin parHon������������������ on  FHrlny nftnmoon bint, tho brtdo having  JiuhI r/whorl Crouton from Germany that  day.   Mr. and Mr������. Kocott aro to rwtitlo  Death of John Carty  In the death, on Sunday  evening, of  John Carty, in  his eighty-fourth year,  Creston has lost one of its oldest citizens.  Deenaund, who   was   un married,   wns ft  native of   Belfast,   Ireland,  coming to  to Canada in 1882, when he located near  Brandon, Manitoba, moving to Moose-  jaw,    Sask.,    in    1801,   nnd  later on  taking up farming at Uron, Sask., where  ho was located until 1020, when he eamo  to Crouton, purchasinflr.tho orchard property of  the   late   Dr.   CartwriRht,   juBt  eiiHt of town, though .or the past few  years deceased ha& made hia homo with  Mr. and Mrs. George  Moore,  north of  town, from whoro the funeral took placo  on TuoBclay to Christ Church, Greaton,  with tho  rector,  Rev.  A.   Garlick,   In  charge of tho nervlce at tho church and  tho Orange Lodge, of which ho wan nn  ���������uiiUuihIuhUc member, having  dw.r���������������  of  tho burial  at  Creaton cemetery, John  Spratt, Jan. Compton, Eric Okon, W. II.  Crawford, J.  P,  Johnaton  and   Matt.  York    acting   m    paUboarora.    Many  friemin of thu iUjcomwkU wuro ousfc to pay,  thtar Umt rwponiM and. Moral trlbuteo nb<������  iwi u %*r rf i_L J%  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  _���������������  IBB���������-BOOBBB___l  ���������H  Y__.������  nPrt^ "d^^-i  It S JUSt   A OO iSaCt  It's unfortunate when we hear of anything that proves to us  that we have misplaced our confidence; quite often it costs money  to make a wrong guess.  There is no  guesswork when you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts to us.  Your Plumbing contract should be awarded to a reliable firm to ensure  satisfaction. Cheap plumbing fixtures, poorly installed* are not only a  source of constant annoyance, but a menace to health.  When building for permanency, eliminate chance by availing yourself  of the best advice, material and workmanship. Come in and let as talk it  over. ^   -  We are also building Septic Tanks, Concrete and Steel Tanks, and  they are guaranteed to give the very best of satisfaction.  In our Tinshop we can supply you with whatever you need. Tanks  are built to order, Eavetroughing, Conductor Piping, etc. Also Soldering of  any kind of metal. .y      i-    Y  In our General Blacksmith Shop we. can assure you of satisfaction on  whatever repair iwork you: may bring ,there. fWe ihave mechanics in this  shop who havehad a good many years of. practical experience- in that kind  of work. And do not forget that it is much cheaper to have a broken casting Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It is just as strong.  As we by now will be  SPRAY TANKS we wish vou  to assure prompt delivery.  !  i starting building our well-known STEEL  wouid be kind enough to give in your order  Creston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  u  Reduced Prices  You can save upward of $100 by buying  your new Ford now. See us if yon are  thinking of getting a new car this spring.  We have some very attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in used Cars and Trucks.  Let us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble and expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti   e and at the shortest notice.  .PREMIER   GARAQ  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY QASOUNE   'hum '          tmmmtttmkmmotmmmm t  i  I  BEE  Thrift  consists in. spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save  money,  you  have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings t������ai������  ances and shall welcome your  account. ������so  JLJnLtS   i^AJLNAI_JJJ?\J_N   J3AJ_NJfc\.  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $2O,OOOJD0O  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creaton Brwnclr  R, J, Forbes, Manager  stMiBMnnanMMMM ������������������>/'  THE  CBESTOH  REVIEW  u  ranc  I  mmrwm  i  /7/JI  mdmmi /k\VBKKS������Jki  PRQVIHCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  Greston Electoral District  Local and Personal  Cook's Greenhouse will have a "good  collection of pot plants and cut flowers  for Mother's Day, Sunday. May 11th.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I  shall, on Monday, the 19th day of May.  1930; at the hour of 10" . ofclfc-k in the  forenoon, atYmjf" office,YHillstde*;Road,  Creston, hold a sitting of'th?''Court of  Revision for the purposed of" revjsKig tE_  list of voters for, the said electoral"district  and of hearing and determining any and  all objections to the retention of any  name on ths said list, or to the registration as a voter of any applicant for registration; and for the other purposes set  forth in the Provincial Elections Act.  Dated at Creston, B.C., this 17th day  of April, 1930.  F. H. JACKSON,  Registrar of VoterB, Creston  Electoral District.  WATER JMQTiOB  DIVERSION AMD USE  TAKE NOTICE that Creston. Power,  Light & Telephone Company. Limited,  whose address is Creston, B.C., will  apply for a license to take and use Two  Hundred second feet of water out of  Goat River , which flows westerly and  drains into Kootenay River about one  and one half roilea northwest of Creston,  B.C. The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about 500 feet up  stream from Canadian Pacific Railway  bridge and about 550 feet southwest of  the northeast corner of Sublot 29 of Lot  812, and will be used for power purposes  upon the area described as in tbe undertaking of the Company within a radius of  twenty-five miles of Creston B.C. This  notice was posted on the ground  on the 24th day of April, 1930. A  copy of this, notice and nn application  pursuant thereto and to tho "Water Act  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Objections to  the application may be filed with the biUu  Woter Recorder or with the Comptroller  nf Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B C., within thirty days after  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY.Ltd..  Applicant.  By CHESTER R. PAULSON, Agent.  <! Date.of first publication of this, notice is  May 2nd, 1���������80.  Mrs. H. J. Irving and son, Manning,  were weekend visitors at Creston, guests  of Mrs. Payne. While here she shipped  their household effects tb Canal Flats,  where Mr. Irving is now employed, and  where they have erected a new residence.  <J*'FOR^ALE--rr6-tube,radia, complete;  accordeoh; piano, Banjo, cabinet grarha-  phone, drums and traps, all in perfect  condition an going cheap. I can sell  all the above on terms, but nothing  doing; I need the money; cash. Geo.  Davie, Canyon.  The league baseball season opens on  Sunday with play to start at 3 p.m.  prompt. Bonners Ferry will be here to  meet the locals. Creston has a team at  least as strong as a year ago and are confident of victory. Fortin >nd Watson  will be the battery.  Richard Brown of Calgary, Alberta,  and Frank Brown of Edmonton, Alberta,  arrived at the end of the week on a visit  with tKeir f ather, O. M.Brown, who is  very seriously ill. The latter flew his  own plane to Calgary to join his brother  on the quick auto-trip to Creston.  Kootenay Valley Power & Development Company, Limited, have moved  into quarters in the Lnmont building,  aver the government vendor. The Guy  Constable office on Victoria Avenue is  now ocoupied exclusively by Creston  Power & L!ght Company, Limited.  Creston had an aerial call on Thuaday i r| ���������___-.,&  last from pilot Page MePhee, who is in j |g|S| jol  charge of theYC.M. ���������& 3. flying school  transferred from Creston. to Kaslo about  a month, ago. He was flying from Cranbrook to Kaslo in a uew plane shipped  in for school use to replace'one whieh was  wrecked in a mishap earlier in the week.  All members and friends of the Women's Institute are sure to be out for the  May meeting on Friday, 9th, when Mrs.  (Major) Henderson of Kootenky \ Landing will give a talk on "Impressions of  Ireland." The talk will be at:3 p.m.  prompt, and the general business iof the  meeting'will be taken up after tbe address.  J. G> Farris, superintendent for Creston  Power & Light Company, Limited, arrived back in Creston. on Monday evening  with his household effect by motor truck  direct from Cottonwood, Idaho.: Mrs. \  Farris and daughter are expected this  week and they will occupy the house  Mrs. Fransen has just erected on Vancouver Street.  Miss Dorothy Moull of Vancouver,  who has been an occaiional visitor here  with her sister, Mrs. Stanley Hendren,  and is quite well known in the younger  set, was married in that i city on April  12th to Benj. Dawson. Following the  ceremony at St. Michael's Church there  was a reception at I.O.O.F. hall, attended  by over 100 guests. '  Col. Mallandaine left on Tuesday for  Fernie where on that evening be made  an official visit to the Knights of Pythias  Lodges of Michel and Fernie wbo held a  joint session in- the latter town. Got.  Mallandaine is district deputy grand  chancellor.for' E st Kootenay for the  knights and is completing his visits prior  to tbe 1930 session of grand lodge.  Mrs. (Rev.( A. C. Pound of Moyie was  the feature speaker at the April meeting  of Trinity TJnited Church W.M.S. on  Thursday afternoon last. Mrs. Pound  was one of the Kootenay delegates to the  {B.C. convention of W.M.S., and reports  that societies throughout the province  overpaid the amount asked of them for  the M. & M. Fund of the United Churcb  in Canada.  ���������������__���������������������������������������������_-*. MrAATAnl  ueiufiuiSf -uiu&iuir  SUNDAY, May *  CRESTON��������� 8 a.m., Holy Communion;  7.30 p.m., Evensong..  LISTER--11.00 a.m., Matins.  Need a [Typewriter  Look at these prices for modem Typewriters" AIL have been reconditioned  and look and work like new. Guaranteed  for one year. Price includes new rubber  cover:  UNDERWOODS.  Without two-color ribbon or b?ck  spacer __ ...   With two-color ribbon and back  spacer __ ���������~���������_.   With, new push-in platen and new  style shift lock . ;   Very latest with rising scale, same  as models being sold new today.  REMINGTONS. i  Remington, Models 6 and 7 $12.50  Models 10 and 11, with two-color.  ribbon, back spacer, etc  25.00  Higher serial machines than above. 30.00  Models 10 and 11 with slot segment 45.00  Late Model 12, with enclosed side.. 60.00  LYTERLIFE j  ���������tke Non-Liquid I  for Cigarette    ~ ���������  Lighters i  The non-liquid lighter fuel can  can be used in any type of  pocket or table lighter, new or  old. Cne filling lasts six times  longer than any liquid fuel.  Burns with a clear white flame,  free from smoke and carbon, and  is non explosive.  $25.00,  . 45.00'  . 55.00  . 65.00  THIR TY-FIVE CENTS  per tube  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  ���������  E3  ������__o__������jo_raiL-p-������������������������������������������ ���������-������������������������������������������������������������ ���������_���������������������������___������������������_���������  OLIVERS   $10.00  .���������_ 15.00   17.50  _._:. 20.00  Model 3 .   ....  Model 5���������. _.   Model 7 .. ._..   Model 9, two-color ribbon, etc,-  EMPIRE  M ode! 1 .-. -���������  SMITH PREMIER  Model 10, double keyboard, with  two-color ribbon, etc  $20.00  Above prices are for cash. , Will sell  any on ten-month payment plan at $5.00  above cash prices.  When you realize that a new machine  in any standard make costs $155 cash  you will realize what real bargains the  above machines are. t  STANDARD TYPEWRITER GQMPAHY,. Ltd,  "Your Typewriter Men."  606-608 Centre Street, CALGARY, Alta.  89f������WF  S'SSBM9^  ..$io.oo We invite you to inspect our  o  new stock of  lmnpm  es  worh: Seeks  W<_������#"4r iSBowes  and  iSIu&mSen irtmsffSSmmli  Full stock.    Priced right.  MONDAY, MAY Sth  ������  LAND    FOR   SALE  1Q0 acrod of land at Arrow Creok;| 10  fterofl fenced; A acres rl<saro<l and planted  to anpln trite* from 3 to 6 years old, land  can bo irrigated f rom creek on pliu-.o on  which MaonBO is held; price $2200. Apply  FRED LEWIS, Creston.  GreatGHt Eleven-Acre bargain in Koo *���������  enay.   Ovnrhoad    irrigation,    Improv-  ' mente and land coat owner ovor $12 000.  Sale pri������������ $4000,   Addrem Gaq   Nickel.  or Monmcl Wigen, Croaton B,C  .''Another Fifteen-Aero Bargain, with orchard of 50 t;roea from 12 to 20 years  bid. Two , iker<?������ equipped, with ovar*  head irrigation. ' Two dwellings and  otrhmr buWaingfl, Cost tho ownor cIobo to  510,0005 Safe price jMJWMK AkMtww  Geo. Nlclcol or Monrad WiRon, Croaton,  B.C.  F.W.CONROY ]  igUiOl  A turnover in village property is reported at the first of the week when T.  Mawson purchased Lots 7, &, 9 and 10  of Block 5. Dow's Addition. This property is better known as the proposed  Baptist .C.hiuch..site;axi.d. located -between  the IJ "Stevens residence and; the publie  school. The.deal was .jput through by  F. H. Jackson for the B.C. Baptist  Chuch authorities*  The close season oh outdoor fires commenced yesterday, and J. P. MacDonald,  who is in charge of forestry work in this  area, will again be assisted by Geo. Huseroft, with Art Hurry handling the West  Creston section. It is possible the lookout station w^H be opened this year. In  the territory supervised by Mr. MacDonald more than $42,000 was spent in  fighting forest fires in 1929.  R. B. Staples, sales manager for Sales  Service, Limited, was here for a couple  of days at the end of the week, returning to Kelowna Monday. With the exception of less than a dozen cars the  entire Okanagan apple crop has now  been marketed. Due to slower than expected demand, prices on winter varieties  held in storage for February and March  selling have not been aa high as first  anticipated.  The High School Tennis Club are  highly pleased with the support accorded  them at their 3ntinl bridge put on at the  Parish Hall on Friday night, which attracted a turnout of 23 tables of players'  with the first class honors going to Miss  Marjory Hamilton and H. W, ������IrWtin;  second prizes to Mibs Both Putnam and  W, G Littlejohn, and the consolation  honors to Mrs, Roy Browell and Tom  Lenman. A delightful supper was served  and the affair was much enjoyed throughout;. ���������  8     a  h:'JACK SON  i-ic-Mfc. Co ���������#-*���������<_.  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.     B.C.  #1m  SWS' BmVm&BBS%SBBB-  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  ..........B  E8  RADIO and PHONOGRAPH Combination,  10-Tube ELECTRIC, $375.00; and $25.00  Records; Sale....        $SO0  ORTHOPHONIC, $190 and 25 Records _ $126.00  $115 and 26 Records   100.00  " $ 95 and 25 Records :    80.00  ORTHOPHONIC PORTABLE, $48.00;   Sale        40,00  ���������   ���������" " 36.00;   Sale ���������...   30.00  Agen! for COFFIELD RAINBOW WASHING MACHINE, Electric  110 Volt, fully equipped with latest improvements, fully guaranteed,- $98.  ALL OF ABOVE SOLD ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN.  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  rrilKl  K.EXAI..I- STORE  GEO. II. KLEI_I_V  Wll   open a   CLEANING  and PRESSING SHOP  in the PostofKce Building, Victoria Avenue,  Prompt Service and Reliable  Work,   Also  Singer Sewing   Machine  Agency  .,'���������  Electric Machines  ; .' '       on display.  Repairs and Supplies for  rill makes of machines4  Former townsmen aro keeping them  snlves to the fore in their new places of  residence. Our former legal light, H, L.  Robinson, has just won first place in a  billiard tournament, otaged under tho  auspices of tho Kelson branch ol tho Canadian Legion. H, K. Whimster, sub-central manager here for tho Associated  Growers,1 last week successfully officiated  ob musical conductor for tho oldtime  comedy, "Pirates of* P������nnnncV* ctwged  at Pentieton, And in much tho same  class is a former Creston Fruit Growers  Union mana&ar, F- E Lovoday, who  directed and played tho title rolo Sn tho  mysterious melodramatic farco, "Seven  Keys to Baldpato," also presented at  Pentieton. And lastg hut not leant, A  13, S. Stanley* who nlVoul; 1R yoivrs ntyo  wna editor of tho RksvIow, ulnco which  time he has tried his journalistic forturica  fttHodloy, Nalcusp and Trail, Iiah just  moved from th������ latter town to Port  Harwy. 'wto*- hchan joined the Oascltc  I^������������ff4  ������-PR I NO!  Now that  Spring is here, tell us about that  job   you   want  done.     Nothing  too  large or too small.  moving  CRESTON TRANSFER  REG:WATSON ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   PRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  Ty.y.,l|y.rrryT.T.?<v.f.r������.rf.��������������� y. %,������4f w��������� w 'v������r������y������- r't^rrrvrww'www*-<r  . l, j nil i     i.unf|ir y   jiyiy.fiyiy.il i|iyi t, i qp   m"V   *    4t " 4)    * '"!>" *    9   "������" f    i ">    *    V~V *'   *    *   i*   *  I*  The Consolidated Milling &  Smelting- Company of Canada, Ltd. \  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  ,    TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lend and Zinc Orea.  Producers o. Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc,  TADANAC BRAND  i.1_i. r Itftir  itV j. lrt.ii rt-> <��������� *4_l > tfffewrr  jA-f A.A'������' '^���������Y-^rT-^iiffa-W'-*'f^iiT,'^J*-Jffi-*--^--llt -i-a-gfc--J'--/ia,-.-W..-.^,n[.^.y.l_^i THE   BEVIEW.   CTJ15ST0N.   B.   <X  '���������4m.  Drowsiness is dangerous.  Weary B_ile# seem, shorter  ���������aid the day ia brightened when  <gou have Wrigteys with yon.  Its sugar peps you up* Its  delicious flavor adds to say  enjoyment*  A five cent package  ta safety insurance  E-fablisliing   Training  Centres For  Criminals  English Prison Commission Plans To  Train Men In Suitable Work  .As part of the scheme to reclaim  young crtaiinals", the English prison  commission will establish a series of  training centres, the flrst cf which  will be at Kdttingham, where men  of a specis-l class between the ages  off 21 and 26- will he sent. The aim  will be to train each man in the work  for which he is best suited. The  men will work eight hours a day.  Speaking of the scheme, an official of the prison commission said  in an interview: "Probably we shall  attach some of the men to tho building parties and engineers. There  will be pn.ys.cai irui-mis, and Sn ths  ev^lags educational pursuits."  Further  the  official   said:   "Criminals will not be sent to the traLa-  | ing  centre" direct  hy order  of   the  courts,  but will  graduate from  the  prison to the training centre."  if ill  da.-a  12 ll 71  Do Yi  With loud Noises?  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  -..-���������: MAY 4  il  This !n an infallible sign of Catarrh, and if act checked may result  in partial ."deafness. The simplest  remedy is tiATAHRHOZONE ��������� inhale its soothing vapor a few- times,  daily, aiid It prevents ] Catarrh from,  spreading. Head inotses, buzzing and  rihgirig^inv'^_:i'eara' are"- sdott,'correct-:  _d by :; ,CA!TA_^HO_5D_4i_������-':-' ��������� Nasty  nose-discharges are stopped," ��������� 'Sore,  inflamed crusts are healed. Sickening- mucous which drops back from  the nose to the stomach is done away  With. Headaches depart. The breath  Is purified. Yow will be free from  colds, coughs, sore throat and catarrh If you use CATARRHOZONE.  Two months*, treatment $1.00; small  size, 50c.   'At''all dealers.  rOKSTfiPATIOI.  g     C&giHiTiLY  @ONE+|  ia '      w-fwoS-Srs."^. "^'a_Bi_t.Tii_i������s___-   g  ^W3   say cosatipagoa, __dl������e*tioa_, ������ss  ���������e_4 0Teraw_t -rt_������ Tra3t-_-th*a".  Casaj~#_ie*-������Ie*x_ Uksntcte. R*rtr������a.-������������rt  ^oJ������_.G������t"_V_at-a-4aTes'*6-saa_?_ggisttsday.  wmirn iihPPV  ������������ ���������ura'aisjjw   __.__.-. _. __.  BRIEFLY TOLD  | Winnipeg Newspaper Udon  .:__,  ���������  ������~������l  of&rvami  <B.y 33va A. Tingey)  No more British trainees will be  placed on Ontario farms hy the province. The government announced  the experiment had not proved satisfactory.  Sergeant-Major William. J. Clement, Guelph's oldest soldier, celebrated his 93rd birthday, April 22.  He has spent a lifetime in the army,  yet has never seen a single battle.  Robert Bridges, poet laureate of }  __ugl_u.d, died u_ LeGudcn, April 21.  Mr. Bridges, who has "been poet laureate since 1913, was 86 years old.  His works were known all over the  ���������world.  Official announcement has been  made for rendition of Weihaiwei, a ]  British leasehold in Shantung-, back j  to China. The agreement was signed j  by Sir Miles Lan-pson, British min- j  ister, and C. T. Wang, Chinese foreign minister.  Coming to the end of their long  road, the delegates of the great five  naval powers affixed their signatures  to an historic treaty limiting and reducing the navies of three of them.  and placing certain, restrictions upon the sea forces of the other two.  If tho luck of certain Port Bur-  well, Ont., fishermen keeps up, housewives soon may be ordering goldfish  from the fish shops. Fishing in Lake  Erie, about a mile west of the harbor, the fishermen brought tn a live  goldfish, about eight Inches in length,  in their nets.  When Lord Byng returns to England, he will apparently resume his  duties as chief commissioner of  Metropolitan Police and head of  Scotland Yard. Ho has beesa staying  with a friend hear Port Elizabeth,  S.A., recuperating from his serious  Illness of lost December.  Banquet: For Livestock Men  Old Tfanera Will Be J&ntertained At  . Calgary Exhibition  One of tho events of the 1930 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede will  be th& dinia.r to be given by the  Canadian Pacific; Railway ������on Tuse-  day, July 8th, to. the men who were  actively engaged in the livestock industry in the territory bounded by  moose Jaw on the east to Kamloops  on the west, and from Red Deer River on the north to tho international  boundary, prior to December Slst,  1930. The guests must have been at  least 20 years of age at that time  and engaged in the ranching business  either as owners, managers, foremen,  cbwpunchers, cooks or horse wranglers.  GIVINQ  TJP ATX  FOR. THB  KIN������DOAl  , Golden Text: "Lay up for yourselves  treasures    let   heaven.9' ~- Matthew  6;20.  ��������� Y; .Y i"..'-������������������/���������> .'������������������-������������������ -. . ->Y/."/.;:v-Y. .���������  Lesson: Matthew 19-IrStd.   \  ;   Devotional Reading:   Proverbs   8.  l-ll.      YYY"'.'. YY r������:-.- Y '   ���������; ���������CY   y/  _B BnHm  S _S_S_'_8������^-  ��������� IYUKy  -ktu-HjfSfMsTlwraYasii.h  _. _-���������:-_!*-- mymmJmJt mm ������m*1*<1������-*-_-������-���������!-__���������������..  jh *.*^.r,,r'w'T'w l,1** "J   ���������WWW--  -^ft'Tyou<m*ttu_Jly*M>tb������~a ������tey  Eteto'' ftca dtuccUttoday. W������wr  ���������Ida tmvtr ������hw������������, aasn&w.  1  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ALWAYS SLEEP WELL  The healthy child sleeps well and  during its waking hours is never  cross but always happy and laughing  It is only the sickly child that is  cross and peevish. Mothers; if. your  children do not sleep well; if they  are cross and cry a great deal, give  them Baby's Own' Tablets and they  will soon be well and happy again.  The Tablets are a mild but thorough  laxative which regulate the bowels,  sweeten-the stomach, banish constipation, colic and Indigestion and promote healthful sleep. They are absolutely"' ' guaranteed . free from''' opiates  and may. he ;given to the new-born  babe with perfect safety. You can obtain the Tablets through. any medicine dealer at" 25 cents a box, or "by  mail, post paid, from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Ninety per cent of tho people now  in Manchuria aro Chinese.  ,--��������������������������� |-|   I, - ��������� |--r- ��������� -  -*--... ��������� ���������   ���������    -,IL r.-r1| ,   .-.|lir-    |<LJ-  FAINT, DIZZY SPELLS  Had To  Sleep  Propped Up  In Bed  Mrs. Norman Bishop, Salisbury,  N.B., writes:���������-'"I was troubled with  faint and dtazy spells and when I  would lie down I would nuflfor terribly  with smothering spoils. I got ho bad  I had to aloep propped up In bod.  "My doctor said It was my heart  nnd nerves, and that I needed a good  hoaxt tonic.  **% was advised to take  tffl-CTtg  ���������WpiiY  and I hud not taken owv box v/hon I  could lit* down and aleap like a child."  Prlco, t)_c. a bux at ulJ drug|;J^U  ������nd dealcrn, or mulled direct on ro-  ���������colpt o_ prlco by Tlws T. Mllhurn Co,,  Umlted, Toronto, Ont.  *miM<mm*mm������iwmmm+m*������+H0mmmmt*v*m**mmmmi4tmmm^^  All Tingey models are created and  sketched in Paris and the patterns  are made In New York.  Here's a darling frock for college  girls and debutantes. It has a  moulded bodice and softly flared  skirt ��������� a style adorable for allm  young bodies. The collar and cuffs  are charming too, easy to make and  yet so fascinating when finished.  Flat silk crepe and wool .crepe arc  lovely for this model, but another  suitable and charming medium is  marocnin.  Imagine, for instance, soft green  or scarlet marocaln, with organdie  ruffled with cream tinted valenciennop  to match.  Another extremely pretty way of  treating tho collar arid cuffs is to use  organdie with ruiiles of narrow  matching ribbon. S3ometi3ues this  can be purchased with a tiny metal  edge which makes a most attractive  finish.  OC course a bought collar and cuff  sot can bo worn with this model.  This pattorn may bo obtained  In  sizes  at-  to  20 and 34  to  39. It ia  ���������ready for immediate delivery. It "is  hand cut.  Pattern prlco 25 c_nte. Bo sure to  Ull In size of pattern, Address Pat-'  tern Department.  A Picturesque Ceremony  ��������� One of the most picturesue ceremonies . held in Rome, Italy, this  year, was on the feast of St. Agnes,  when the blessing of the lambs was  observed. Wtflte-veiled girls carried  the garlanded , animals . from the  fleece of which is woven, the pallium  worn by Roman archibishops  through the streets in procession before tho blessing.  'Sbcplau^il^Bs: sad' CJctaanents-'"- *-,  ';. Sn 'R������gs^':To'living "Up __U.'<-"or  the Kingdom, versea 16-22.,-���������And beheld one, a ruler of the synagogue, as  Luke tells us (i8._8),������ca_ae to Jesus  with the question, "Teacher, what  good thing shall. I do, that I may  have eternal life?" i_is question: was  a natural one, for the religious teachers, the rabbis, -differed greatly  among themselves In their teaching  and their, practice." ;J__������a . vosalnS:  "must have "been as welcome to Jesus  eis the visit of the mothers 'wlthHheir  children: a man not belonging to the  class of self-satisfied religionists of  whom he had had ample experience;  with moral ingenuousness, aa open  mind, and a good, hbnest heart; a  malcontent, probably with "tha teaching and practice of the rabbis and  scribes, coming to the anti^rabblnical  Teacher in hope of hearing from Him  something more satisfying.���������-A. B.  Bruce.' '     "���������' ��������� y   ':'-":-y "':r -'"'���������'   "r~ ���������.-.  "Why asketh thou Me ooncerning  that w^hich is good-? One there is who  is good," and to obey His wiSl is to  find your, right course of action, was  Jesus' answer. "But If thou wouldst  enter into life, keep the commandments," Jesus further explained  "Which?'��������� very naturally. Questioned  the young man, for besides the ten  commandments there v?ere many  other laws given by Moses and a  multitude given by ths scribes. .In  answer, Jesus ; cited the sixth,  seventh, eighth, ninth and fifth commandments of the Decalogue, all of  them bearing upon one's treatment of  others, and then added from Leviticus 19.18, "and. Thou shalt love thy  neighbor as thyself." All these  things have I observed: what lack I  yet?" the young man returned Sn  surprise. Dean Farrar voices * the  young man's thoughts: . "Surely the  Great Teacher to whom I have come  seeking.for some great,thing to do,  or secret thing to know, cannot possibly give His answer that I am to  keep these old, simple, elementary  Ten Commandments, which I have  known ever,since I lisped them at say  mother's knee! He must mean something far beyond that." Dean Farrar comments: "it was "exactly like  the child in the poem who, having,  been talked to- continually about, the,  glory and majesty of the sea,- and being led to the seaside- said, Ts that  the mighty ocean? Is that all?'"'  = "If  thou  wouldst be  perfect,  go,  sell all that thou hast, and give to  the poor,"    answered    Jesus.      This  was the one thing necessary for this ,  man to do, for between him and the j  HILLS aOASK fiRASS _  AND AU WEEte^^  ";��������� :Vwiwra-i^'*-S������_b__i%6iqr'-  F.N. Mcdonald & co.  WINNIPESa  MAN.,  love of God, as well as between him  and the Love.of his neighbor, stood;  tho love "of bo-sessions, "For he wa������  rich."  ' ������������������  <    Canada's Honey Production  The annual production of hohey to  Canadgt is about 36,000,CKK> poundsp  the principal commercial users being  confectioners, bakers assd bottlers.  B-H^TSUFflR  WITH DftNGEROuS  IN98GEST10M  .Dq:" you, 8������ffer:. after ^ meats: with': a  l������lchingr--bh- Sowr 'ahd.add stomach?  Many believe they-have heart trouble  and tremble with fear, expecting- any  minute to drop dead. This condition  can3������e prevented, likewise reheved.  Take Garter's little Liver Pitfe  after meals and neutralize the gases.  Sweeten the sour and acid stomach, re-  Sieve' the gss sxtd -ncourage digestion,  ��������� "The stomach, Kver and bowels wift  be cle2hsed of poison, painCtsi asE  dangerous indigestion disappears and  the system enjoys a tonic effect. Don't  delay. Ask your druggist for a 25c  pkg. of Carter's Little Liver FiKs.  "Wlrere Ireland Breads  Reports of the Irish Free State,  just published, show .a greater percentage of spinsters of all ages than  in any other country in the world.  Between the ages of 30 and 35 at  least 42 per cent, of the women, aro  unraarried.  _i������_������>������i-SS;  vincviw  H e>w To Order Patterns  Address: Wlnnipog Newspapor Union,  175 MoDoi-mot Avo.,  Winnipeg  Pattern No.,.  ������ i   t  i   ��������� i   i  Sift)  A Real Asthma Belief. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has never  been advertised by extravagant statements. Its claims are conservative indeed, when judged by the benefits  which it performs. Expect real, relief  and permanent benefits when y������ou  buy this remedy arid you will not  have cause for disappointment. It  gives permanent relief In many cases  whero other so called remedies hav������  utterly failed.  Powerful "Sew Gun  A ,new gun capable, of firing .50  calibre bullets nine miles at a rat������  of 800 a minute has been accepted  by", the U.S. navy department and will  bo manufactured as ono of tho newest land most deadly offensive modern arms, Tho gun is the invention  of Robert X������'. Hudson,   .      .  fwewsrawmDwwwiJUwfcammsa  .__*_  W.    M.    TJ.    Iflflft  tt*tftt*t������ll4������114  t   1   4    (    1   4    t  *���������   f   *   ���������    t    t  t������*tt������(|l������tfl������tt������  Niime  Town  ���������  n  ������  ���������  ���������   1  A. SO-Inch   nnow rop.encntri  about two Incheu oil water,  otdy  .Miller^ Worm Pdvytlors do not need  the after-help of eastor oil or any  purgativo to complete their; thorough-,  ness, bocatise they, are,thprongh/ ,in  .thomselvoa. Oho done .of tliem, and  they will bo found palatable by all  children, will end ...flue...worm, trouble  by making, the ptorhach .an'tl bowels  untenable to tho parasites, And not1  only this, biit tho powders will bo  certain to exert most, beneficial in-  iiuoncQH In the digestive organs. ;  MHWIMIM-IIWWBWIIIHI ("lllWH HIM I���������  niletfclng Of Fish  FlUottlng of flah In Uio t������etor Pond  district, u couple of hundred mlleo  north of tho Battloford district, in  Saskatchewan, was undertaken this  winter for tho flrrit time, when 4������,i  000 poundH M whltoush hnd o,������(300  poundw of jnckflah wero ftllottod,  dunpara Carry lVllnardVf*  B������ Certain of  SAFETY  SuUd with Gyproc.  FIRE can hut 1 your  home to destruction  unless a fitc-resistanc ma-  terial such as the new  Ivory coloured Gyproc  Wallboard is used in its  construction.  Inexpensive, permanent, easy to apply, Gyproc Wallboard does not  ��������� ���������������������������: hum. It is exactly what  yoii want for fi re- sa fe  walls, ceilings and partitions when you build,,  remodel or, repiiir^  Ask your dealer today  .';'. lor full information on  Gyproc 'v^lll^oaid or  send for interesting free  ��������� Jiook, "Buiid-ng 'Mid_&e- ���������".  modelling with Gyproc.'*  " UMXtJBP  WJonlpcjj; ��������� Manitoba  Mlnuril'H OHaoUm Falllufc Hair.  In China thore lis ono quailflort doctor to ov������sry 7.0,o6u inhabitanttf. In  Great Britain tha proportion ia ono to  !***fte������  KMtf  tl"-.V' }  ���������THE YKEVTEtr.   CRESTON,   B.   O.  i'h  ���������'���������    ���������'  ��������� '������������������'������������������ i    ' '    mi        '      '   iim nn   mi ���������    ',      ii IT - -     ' .  ���������������t������/������    ^���������ml'cra . +t������i������    ^rm-������*    .fasti ere    **������.   l������������_k    a������e������q11������r  Bemand Red Rose Orange Pekoe .Tea.  A money-back  guarantee with every package.  7a  f������i������DK������SE ������RANC**__ P������KO������ ^ extra good  3llllBa3������lilHHSllUIIllIIBB!UlI(lllll3(SIII|n  I    SILVER    1  I RIBBONS I  nlsh a home with  ��������� BY ���������  CHRISTINE   WHITING'  PARMENTER  Copyright 1929  sit ian������ tin mil inn imniBiMi] lEiiEiHiims  CHAPTER X.���������Continued.  !!5_e this? "Wh"   "ust  beautiful   things  seems a���������a profanation.'1  "In that case/' commented Jim,  seating himself on a corner of the  doctor's desk, "I don't know as  'Home, Sweet Home* would be a real  comfortable retreat. If a feller got  hollered ai every time he happened  to step on a rug that was in the  ���������way���������well, you're right, Charmian,  S j the a*r would be liable to become  charged with something related to  profanation!"  - Charmian laughed. Then her eyes  she  "1 wonder   who   wove   youv  mused dreamily.      "You must   have   erew troubled,  and  she questioned  seemed almost ��������� a part of him as the  Weelts passed and he saw your loveliness unfolds Did he dread the finish-  "But you Hike it, don't you, Jim? You  see its beauty?"  The young man, sensing that this  Ing of his task, I wonder, knowing question was a serious matter to the  _*--������- it;.j*_- j ������-- ������������������.__. ������������������...��������� -,���������������������������, *.��������� fidrl. looked down at. the rug thoue-ht-  -_S_k_ _*_ j.t_  cuu  are  uius- g������v_ you up ���������      ������                                ���������                          _>             _>  forever? And did he-know that-when /MiiX������ thexi u-������ at ..*?>������ window hang-  he wasYonly a memory his work ^s���������at the candlesticks upon the  would  live,  cherished  by  some  one mahtelr a������d at last came back to the  thfiusattdsAof. miles: from   its   own,  birthplace ?"  She stooped, to brush a hand over  the silky surface.  "I think you were woven on an old,  old loom," she murmured. "You  were, perhaps, the only beautiful  thing in some humble room. I thinJk  that little children watched you  grow, and touched you with small,  reverent fingers. I think ...  ."  Charmian stiffened, suddenly conscious that a shadow was lying  across the rich wine color of the old  rug; and the blood fiew to her, cheeks  ;-as she saw Jini Bem.ett.Jn tl_e-doorway. Then she sprang tip, laughing,  liln. rear co-dFiisioiat. ^y������-y~-~. ^ -^n^-   -  4 'How- long have  you 2 been -"^_here^  listening to me go on, hke tha* ?" she  yetsked.  .  Jim grinned.  4rNot long enough to be called an  intentional eavesdropper; but long  enough to wonder-���������"  ���������'Wonder what?" urged Charmian  as he paused.  "If you'd gone dotty���������making such  passionate love" to an-inanimate object. Is it something new?"  4sNew!" echoed Charmian in  amazement. "Can't you see with a  anxioua eyes of his old playmate.  ;L "Yes, I. like it, Charmlan; but I  was wondering if what pleased me  wasn't, maybe. Just the whole thing.  It looks like you, somehow ��������� this  room, I mean. That's why I Jike it. j bank this time o* day?"  X_ater she told Grandma Davis that  she had received a lesson she never  could forget. And now, years afterward! the scene came back to Char-  xnlah with fresh poignancy, and she  knew that;; somehow, she had hurt  the grown-up _-*_l in the same way  he had been hurt on that long-gone  day when the teacher misunderstood:  VV&s it possible that she, too, misunderstood him?  Jim, who had thrown his hat on  the doctor's deskv reached for it, _mdg  ignoring her careless words, started  toward the door. But Charmian, always quick to acknowledge a mistake, barred the way, and the surprised young- man felt her hand slip  into his.  i "Jimmy, I hurt you, didn't I? I  don't know what made me such a  beast. Just for that I'm going to drop  everything and go to ride with you.  John Carter can eat cold beans this  noon, for all I care! Just wait till I  tell Grandma, and���������"  Jim laughed, a queer, choky little  laugh that she knew came hard.  "Don't be an idiot!" he said, "You  haven't hurt me, Charmian; and I  won't have you going just for that  reason. Honestly, I don't want you to  go now. I've got things to mull over  in my mind, and you're a disturbing  influence. Run along and get your  work done. I'm all right."  "But I'm not," smiled the girl. She  was gently propelling him out of the  doctor's office and toward the house.  "I feel the need of air and sunshine,  and it's your-duty to see that I get  both. You talk with Gk'attdma. while  I set the dinner table, so I won't feel  so hurried to got back."  She -was away, leaving him standing at the door of the old parlor  where Grandma Davis was keeping  her accustomed vigil.  "Hello, sonny," she greeted him.  "What ^you doing    away    from    the  i������CII������STOM*eM   |  <3A_������W<*USe*  What most people: call indiseatioa is  usually excess acid in the stomach.  The food has soured. The Instant remedy is an alkali which, neutralizes  acids. But don't use crude helps. Use  what vour doctor would advis������_  The~ best help is PhiUips" Milk of  Magnesia. For the 50 years since Ita  invention it Has remained standard  with physicians. You will find nothing  else so quick in ita effect, so. harmless,  so efficient.  AMA.tnnfaI-iAH  ���������������<  tasteless spoonful in water neutralizes many times ita volume ta  acid. .The results: are immediate, with  no bad after-effects. Once you learn  this fact, you will never deal with  excess acid in the crude ways. Go  leam���������now-���������why this method is au-  preme.  Be sure to get the genuine FhiUipa*  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. Each bottle contains full  directions���������any drugstore.  I suppose," he added honestly, "if  you were to hang ten-cent muslin et  the windows, and put an American"  rug =with a blue dog in the middle of  it like Lizzie Baker's, on the floor,  I'd think it was all right because you  said so. In some ways, Charmian,  I'm a damn fool."  The girl laughed, though she was  secretly touched; and asked: "What  brings you out this hour of the morn-  4ng::?/C Y'h"-..,.   ���������  ���������v.;^;'-.  .;..,-���������.-. Y.,1      :. ..���������   c  ..;;  "A "trip over beyond South WickV  field, to see about a mortgage for the  bank. Thought you blight go with  me.   It's a "bully day."  "So It is," she replied regretfully,  with a second longing glance toward  the open door, "but I've just refused  to go with the two M.D.'s because of  an extra lot of duties."  "Let 'em wait a day longer. If I  could cut out one of those M.D.'s I'd  see a ray of light in the surrounding  gloom."  Better take your   mother,"   sug  ed: "Don't worry, Grandma. She  doesn't need a hat���������not with all that  ���������woman's crowning glory' to keep off  the draughts. Come on, Charmian.  We'll have to break the speed laws  if I get you back in time to cook  dinner for-your boarder."  "Don't you do any reckless driving," warned Grandma, as they moved Away. "I'm not so feeble that I  can't start dinner if you're late. If  you go past the Bascombs' you stop  and get that mail order catalogue I  -lent to ___amy. Si_e4s liable to rorgee  to return it."*   .  (To Be Continued.)  Prize For Wheat  The Saskatoon Board of Trade is  offering a prize of $350 to the farmer in the district who produces the  best wheat to be exhibited at the  next winter fair.  single glance that it's ages old? Oh,   gested Charmian, making an unsuc-  Jlm! wouldn't it be wonderful to fur-  In May ana June i waa  badly rundown and had, faint  spells until It was a drag to do  my work. In July and August 1  did n't seem to pick up so I decided to try Lyclla E. Pink-  hnm's Vegetable Compound  because I aaw it 'advertised.' I  took two botdes and now I am  die picture of .health. I feel  fine, do all my work and milk  two cows. If any woman  writes, 1 will certainly answer  cessful effort to suppress a smile.  "She can't go. I���������"  "So I'm second fiddle? I wonder,  Jim, will any grtrl ever be anything  else to you."  Instantly, Charmian would have  given worlds to recall those words.  A look sprang into Jim Bennett's  face that brought back an almost  forgotten memory���������the same look  that had swept over his countenance  when as a small hoy he had been reproved by tho teacher because ...  In a flash tho whole scene came  back to her: the old schoolroom with  its familiar odor born of chalk and  much-thumbed books���������Jim, back at  his desk for tho first time since hia  father's funeral���������the class standing  to read, "O Captain, my Captain,"  and a _ru_l fate b.higlug to the boy s  turn those words:  :r>T^iiij,n,,v������,)-ilT'  e_  ������***���������**  W.   N,   1J.    183tt  "My Captain  does  not  answer,  his lips aro pale and still.  My father, does not feel my arm,  he has no pulse or will..."  ,.,And Jim, white-faced,,., iltfn-l'pped,  had rofused to road! Ho had boon  aont home la disgrace, carrying a  sharp reprimand front a teacher who  saw in the defiant pupil only an unruly little boy, It wan Charmlan  Davis who opened her eyes to the  true state of thtng.% when, as tho  daora closed behind the wluto-faeetl  culprit, aha had burnt Into a poasibn  of sympathetic) tears,  "Don't you flee," sho nobbed, "he���������  ho couldn't road It without crying?  .'���������'.'��������� . ,1-11 b own father . . , , only  Uio othoK' day , . , .And ho couldn't  cry right, before tho whole uehool,  could he? So ,  .  . , aa . , . ."  Bo It said for tho teacher that aho  cried herself, when brought, face to  facta with her own thoughUoaonofl/i.  "Running down some interest  money," explained Jim. "I've persuaded Charmian that it's too good a day  to waste indoors."  "So 'tis," agreed the old lady, "and  a rlde'll do her a lot of good. I'm  hoping maybe she'll get out more  often when Doctor Carter gets the  car he's ordered. It'll be real natural  for him to take her when he rides  off in the country, won't it?"  Y' "Too. ::^am-;.;^tai^,"-'"repliedl;' ;Jimr.  then,' 1 to ���������' change''the: siil>_ect:- ��������� "'What's  been happening on. [Broadway this  morning. Grandma?"  "You mean Main Street? Well, I'll  admit' I've seen things more lively  than they've been today; but Lizzie  Baker lost her seersucker petticoat  right on the sidewalk, - and had to  step out of "it and scurry home. It  was worth considerable to see that."  "Gosh! I'll say it was!"  Jim laughed so ^heartily that  Charmlan, setting the table in the  room beyond, breathed a sigh of relief, and called: "What's happened?  Is it so funny?" .  "It wasn't funny for Lizzie Baker,"  replied Grandma. "You leave that  table, dearie. If you're late back the  doctor can set It himself; and you  musn't keep Jim waiting. There's  noth'ng irritates a man like being  kept watting."  "The table's set; and I won't keep  him waiting a minute longer. Ready,  Jim?"  He nooded, rising slowly as if reluctant to take his eyes from, the picture the girl made as she waited,  with the dusky hall as a background  for hor blue gown, A pink scarf across  hor arm added a splash colour that  matched hor cheeks; and if the young  man had lieen slow to appreciate the  beatity of an oriental -rug, he waB  certainly not slow to appreciate the  charm' of his old playmate.  "Whore's your hat?" asked Grandma. "You're not going clear to South  Wlokflold without a hat I"  Charmlan laughed.  "I most sui'oly am! Alter tho gorgeous greenness that" Jlm'a accustomed to, I'd bo ashamod of���������"  "Shucks t" broke in Grandma.  "_TiOur old black atraw with the pink  roses ia enough sight prettlor than  tliat���������that���������M  Words failed her, and the two  young people laughed aa Jim rcspond-  "Giviug   thanks   always   for   all  things."���������__phesians 5, 20.  Whatso it be. howso it be, Amen J  Blessed it is believing not to see:  Now God knows all that is; and we  shall then���������"  Whatso it be!  God's will is best for man, whose will  is free;  God's will is better to us, yea, than  -ten''���������������������������'...���������-��������� ���������-���������;���������"���������'���������-  Desires, whereof He holds and weighs  the'key-���������Y;  He   knows   all   want,   allots   each  '"^whererend-when���������^:'r���������,.<���������. r'< e ���������'  Y,-��������� Whatso'*������_bef::.���������'-; .y������;;..-^y  ^'���������-HChristi-^  Thou alone knowest what is good  for _he; Thou alono. art Lord of all;  do therefore what seemeth to Thee  best; Give to me or take from me;  conform my will to Thine; and grant  that with humble and perfect submission and in holy reverence I may  be disposed to receive the orders of  Thy eternal providence, aitd may  equally adore ^ every dispensation  which shall come to me from Thy  Hand.���������Pascal.  Nurse Gains 7 lbs.  In 2 Weeks With  ivu.&  Cliiii   iiwib  .   "I am a nurse  at the hospital,"  writes Miss YMartha  Burns,  "and IY  want to let you know that I am glad  tb recommend your Ironized Yeast.  "It gave me a good appetite, j. got  strong and Brained 7 pounds In 2  weeks. I could write all day about  how much good Iron-zed Yeast did  me. You would be surprised'at the  strength I gained In 3 or 4 days."  feopie everywhere are amazed at  the wonderful benefits of Ironized  Yeast. Many write they were doubtful when they started. But after taking It regularly for only 3 or 4 weeks  they gamed 5 to 15 pounds. Ugly  hollows fill out. Skinny limbs become  gracefully rounded. Bleipished skin  gets clear and beautiful.  Only when Yeast is Ironized is it  more effective���������for Iron Is needed to  bring out the weight-buiid^ng and  strengthening values of -Teaat. Pleasant tablets in a handy bottle. Never  -cause - gas or bloating. Safe���������no  'harmful'-: drugs..;:.'  Go to^^ any druggist today and get  a full size    treatment    of    Ironized  Yeast/ If* after  this  generous trial.  you are  not delighted,  your money  back instantly from manufacturer.  Japan now has   37,000,000   postal  sayings depositors."  Britain claims to have the  finest  gold-beaters In the world.  Using Automatic Pilots  British  'Pianos Make  Long  Flights  With Robot Control  The entire squadron of British  night bombing aeroplanes, fitted with  "robot" electrical controls, has flown  continuously as far as -00 miles  without human pilots taking charge.  Routes from South England to Scotland have been followed, wLth automatic pilots, actuated by radio .from  the ground, In complete charge, and  tho aeroplanes brought safely to a  predetermined destination. The automatic landing is accomplished by  means of a weighted wire, which, as  soon as it comes In contact with the  aerodrome, causes the aeroplane tc  "flatton out" and glide in with tlio  engine throttle hack.  W  'Mothers can easily know when  their children are troubled with  worms, and they lose no time in applying a reliable remedy���������Mother  Gravtea' Worm Exterminator  Idea Is Alright t  But People Should Build Foundation  Under Air Castlos  "If you have built castles in tho  air, your work need not bo tost; that  is where they should ho. Now put tha  props under them," said Henry  David Thoreau, Helen Ke31_r way������  we cannot alwaya realize our ideals,  but wo can always realise our roallt-  iojj, and our Ideas must bo practical  if we are to make a religion of thank  and llvo by them, Phillips Broolca o.c-  prosnod a high Ideal in theflo wardB:  "Wo reduce life ta the pottinosaf o_  our dally living:. Wo chould/cjuxlt but  living to the flrrantlour o* lit*."  Vho Mlnard'M for Bunny.  HAT unexpected spaciousness in this Cunard Tourist  Third Cabin Dining-Roam, iypico!  ot the accommodation on this  popular class I Intimate littU  tables, laden with flowers; spot*  less napery; and a menu of  endless variety and astonishing  generosity! ^Tourist Third Cabin  'fates adjusted. Cabin Class rates  revised. Ask for information*  _af_od_H_b__ljfa__t,_/,  WPWrWISB-n  MontMJal  Weekly  Bolllno*   from  nnd Quebec*  Book MircMjglt The CunorcJ llnta,  270, Main Slroot, (Tol, 7& 641 .<}),  or Huron and Crj������ Oolldlnp,  Por������ao������ Av������,, Wlnnlpooi (Tol,  51-007), or ony ������i*cimdhlp oo������������n������.  .CANADIAN   SERVICCS  <^B'^ .f W jjSTTHtfaaLCABINfTHIRP ClAS$  WHS THIS   CJK-SMTWN   KJ-V1--W  *i  Tf ?>*������,w"y'V'V"tf,v't'^'>,y  iy.^.^.������|.ifi ������iy,>'i>,y"!i|'������"r'������'TT'T'l>'y*<1'*"*'  T.I Local and Persona!  fitted  ������p  ������j"*_  ]M_*ir.i?__,v- Mav  Bth,  ff Me feint don't make &ooolw  we mwIHi  This is the guarantee on which we sell and  recommend tbe well known  gssj E& G9  of which we have a complete stock in all the  wanted colors in all the standard sizes. Costs  no more than other paints and gives greater  satisfaction, so users tell us.  For brightening up the furniture and interior  ing try LACQUER.    Dries in 20 minutes.  have it in all the fashionable shades.  decorat-  We  Birth���������On April 23 rd, to Mr. and Mrs  J. H. Bourdon, a daughter.  FOR SALS���������Buggy, in good condition,  $40.   Enquire Review Office.  Greston Valley Ga-Operatlvs Assn  GRESTON T*Q Stores ERICKSON  Mother's Day. Ma  -lowers|from Cook's Greenhouse.  11th.   Say at with  FOR  G *_LE-  ��������� "---7*5   baby .. carriage;'  4\  fc,���������-_..A.A-^._^a,_^Jv.A_.i_. ^_._ A.      A, A,  ������������������*��������� i -!*>���������! Aiiiihi i-i i -ffc i -Bhw __h ��������� a_t������i_fc i ah ��������� rtfc i __h n aT. n -1. i  h___H������JP_-M_a_-__B_M-_______h_-----__-_i  as  ������- _s  C^Qwcrolg^flfl  r       ^*\mKS*     mm    Hi ^n^g^K,   ^mM^^^    we  FREE  good as new, $20. Enquire Review Office  FOR SALE���������14-inch plough, Oliver,  practically n_w,$5o.   W. Greig-,'W,> nr.de!.  Big sale of phonographs and radio at  Creston Drug & Book Store.   See adv..  B?. McKen_ie was a business visitor at  Calgary, Aiberta, a few days, the latter  part of the week.  Inspector J. B. BeLong; of Vancouver  paid his annual official visit to Creston  high school th:_ Tsrssk.  FOR SALE���������Horse,  plough harness. John  Wigen ranch, Wynndel.  before Mr. Conroy will be able to open  up hia tailor shop, cleaning and pressing*  and Singer sewing machine agency in the  postoffice building.  Art Lythgoe, who has been in charge  of the office work at the Kootenay  garage for almost the past year, has  been transferred to Cranbrook and r left  last wpek, with Mra. Lyfchgo, to 1take  over hia new position. -  Mother likes you to "Say it with flowers" on Mother's T*~v. *-~~. o~������ir'������  Greenhouse.  *-"������_���������������  ^>������._.b _  taken the house on lease, with option to  buy.- The new owner is spending considerable money refurnishing the hotel.  At Kaslo he enjoyed the, reputation of  being a first-class hotelman, and his in-  tention.is to make the local hotel up-to-  date in ail its appointments.  cow,  Egger  calf,  set  at O. J.  Mrs  (Rev.) P.,  few days in Calgary,  ess  GUESS THE NUMBER  under the Gold Seal of the  Rug displayed in Window  Your opportunity to win a guaranteed, easy-to-clean Con-  goleum Gold Seal Rug absolutely FREE will cease Saturday,  May 10th. We are display.ngr the prize Congoleum Gold Seal  Hug in the window and simply enter your guess of the number  bidden under the Gold Seal on the rug . . . . no conditions or  complicated rules ... no purehases necessary . . everything  is absolutely free and everyone stands the same chance.  Do not miss this opportunity to know the charming  beauty and all the advantages of these long wearing modern  rugs absolutely free . . . and at the same time see for yourself  just how many unusually beautiful pattern effects can be  obtained for surprisingly few dollars.  NOTE���������There is a bonus offer of the full price of a 9 x 9  ft. Congoleum Rug to the purchaser of a genuine Congoleum  Gold Seal Rug during this contest, in event of the purchaser  proving the wi ner .... it is your chance to win a rug absolutely FREE. In no case will the rebate be in excess of the  nationally advertised price.  CONTEST CLOSES MAY 10th  Get Your Entry in Today  *_!I?V     l\.o>       4_3 _T^ -Cr Cr  fi^ 4_^  Dry Goods, Grocer ies.    PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  ������!3gtitlgS3T[_liitl^  McNab is spending a  Alberta, this week,  leaving on Wednesday.  Model T Ford cars and trucks for sale  Premier Garage. Price no consideration.  Drop iri and look them over.  FOR SALE���������Hand crochet infants'  garments, girls* uresses, boys' wash suits.  Miss Hills, Fourth Street, Creston.  Mrs. H. S. McCreath and daughter,  Helen, returned on Saturday from a few  days* visit with friends in Spokane.  FOR"SALE���������Team grey Percherons,  weight 2800 lbs., and harness. No reasonable offer refused. J. Jauney, Wynn-  deL  Mr. and Mrs. W. Fraser arrived home  on Wednesday from their wedding trip  which was spent at Spokane and coast  cities.  FOR SALE���������Two typwriter3, good as  new, going cheap for cash, can he seen at  Creston Growers office. Dong Barney,  Crest ok  Mrs. J. P. MacDonald (nee Thompson)  was honor guest at a cup and saucer  shower at the home of Mrs. Geo. E.  Kelly on Tuesday evening, when she  was generously remembered with a band-  some and varied collection of china.  All clases of fruit trees are coming into  bloom and next week will be apple blossom week in Creston Valley. The season  would seem to be early as Wenatehee is  next week staging its big apple blossom  week, aeeerding to radio announcers. .  Prior to leaving, Taber, Alberta, where  she has been on the teaching Btaff of the  public school for about three years, to  take c arge of division 4 of Creston  school. Miss Eva Holmes was presented  with a handsome leather shopping bag.  M. J. Beninger, who has had the Cres"  ton Hotel for several years past, gave up  the lease at the end of the month, and  has purchased the former Commercial  Hotel building at the corner of Fourth  Street and Park Road, whieh he is remodelling and furnishing In first-class  shape, and will continue in. thehotel business in Creston.  Yesterday the Creston Hotel was taken  over by Frank LaBell. of Kaslo who has  ,.<n.+���������*���������*._..*.*._>.  A^^fc^_i IIW.ifkmAmi^.  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  It Can't  JL <Wt*r      ������  better  antnf  n.  \\  Long, Allan & Long, Limited, are the  first of the local fruit firms to open the  shipping season. The export is chiefly  asparagus.  T. Lytle has closed his jewelery repair  shop temporarily, and will be spending  the next few months at his ranch at  Crawford Bay.  FOR SALE���������Two-year old stallion,  Clyde bred, weighs now about 1200   lbs.  car for the  same price, or one as  good for more money.  The New  nvmo  is  here for your inspection.      Call and  ask for a demonstration.  \  nmgfflfi   Mnfflirs.  ;^_-__=__  3__^-si_>, ^r  Main St. at Barton Ave.  '~<r'w*wwyrm  ._,. v. v^v. v^v.  "������vvv v "w ��������� vvra  Geo. M. Holt, at  ranch, Creston.  the Bryce Cartwright  '-feW  ui Spring!  Phone Your Order:  and we will DELIVER them  THE   SAME  AFTERNOON  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Brookfield Pork Sausage  SwHtVPremium Hams and Bacon  CHOICE BABY  BEEF  PORK  and LAMB  IM!UM_.  IM     ������������������*������������������     _aMte     t__k     Ml   _MN_t_ -���������- ������������������.  PHONE 20  I.'IVESTOOK. BOUGHT  reston  LAND FOR SALE���������Adjoins Reclamation Farm. Will sell in blocks of 40  acres or larger at $10 per acre. Monrad  Wigen, Creston.  Toby Lee has jiust installed an electric  washing machine in the Ding laundry,  which is operating very successfully off a  one h.p. motor.  Rev. A. C .nd Mrs. Pound, of Moyie,  were guests of Rev. R. E. and Mrs.Cribb  during their stay in Creston the latter  past of the weelg*.  It is expocned that "W. M. Vance, who  was here in 1926, will have charge of  Creston   Bub-central   of   the Associated  Growers the present season.  The top dressing is being put on the  tennis "courts at the fair grounds and  work has started putting up the wire  screen enclosing the courts.  R. Carr, the Cranbrook painter, with a  couple of assistants, has been helping  out with the local rush in the painting  and decorating line the past week;  FOR SALE���������Ton Netted Gem potat  oes, good for seed or cat, $8.50 per 100  IbB.   Also some fine onions, 4 cents per  pound.   Geo. Cartwright, Erickson.  Look up Creston Drug & Book Store  advt. in this issue Mr. Kelly is offering  on phonographs and radio on the easy  payment plan. Also on electric washing  machines.  Dr. F. W. Green of Cranbrook paid  Creston a proPpwionH.1 visit on Monday*  when lie was called in by O. M. Brown  who is critically ill at his home on Grand-  view Heights.  C. H. Robinson of Nelson, fishery inspector for the Kootenays, was hero on  nn official vlait at the end of tho week,  Trout fishing In local streams opened at  tho flrst of Mny.  E. J,���������Chambers of Vornon, prldidont of  the Associated Growers of���������B.C., was a  Crewton visitor on Saturday, when he'  delivered an address at the annual meeting of Creston Co-Oporativo Fruit Exchange. '���������'"'"  _tev������ A. C. Pound'of^Moyle had a, fair  turnout for hfa ioctwi*it>^t,'A. Trip" Around  the World." whlcfi waajput an in Trinity  United Churah Thursd^iy wlfilit laVk under  B<ju>ver Hrotliorhood ttuupjeoa.  Spring flower tea^^ti nalo of homti  cooUIng and windy andor toha aunpicon of  tho PrnNhy'torlnn Lrfdhw Auxiliary will  be hdkl at the homo pf * Mm. HondQrflcm,  from a to 5.aO'pim.,rStftU_dayv May 8rd.  All are invited. ���������  Our stock of Hats and Caps  is now complete.  FELTS in the new shades  at $3.00 to $7.75  .j ....  including Borsalinos, Dan Dobbs  Sackville and Budd.  STRAWS in great variety.  \  ������:*  CAPS for Men and Boys  All the newest patterns and colors.  PRICES ARE RIGHT.  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COWIPANY9   LTD.  y^&iwm^w***^  ���������xMllM.;, ,   :.*������ll;lif  ������������������MIL', 111'I  but A i\m\mmm\i ^'i Jt>������ A_-Ii.iA _ A_ A_,^������ifr __h.ii A ��������� A.-k������-J>*^^������>-^^  UITAH, PK(3K. MnniiKur.  //M.  Wjfc,      fcAjL,      Uft,     k-..,      ������-t-..      -i..-      kkAj,     MAm     y_t_i      *_Uld!  ^1^^^%%^^^%^      Due to  Cook'rt Groonhoiiflio will hava a good  collection of pot nlnnte and out Unwary  for Moth������Nr'H Uuy, t_unduy. May 11th.  dvlay In having the promluoM  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRX OUU  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER,  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  B_RNS&COMPANY,Ltd.  ��������� >M-|r|ii������|-^iMiHii>TliW( ir,-^-^--|)M)|rL"i||N/-r-iJ-'^'"jrw,^1^'^^


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