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Array :M  :.K'.p <*������������������-,_ ;i  '!^:;^y  \    Provinc^ ^^^ ���������.'������������������������������������';'  _oiM  J-JLPIS  V1J_  Vol, XXII.  CRESTON. B. C, FRIDAY. MAY 30,  1930  No. 13  ������v  _:  Cresloa Pythians  Visit Spckane  Canadian  Night is Outstanding  C.-.~.--.~-.      Da___*lt-    ' ���������_?_.-.���������_..-_._,  i_FW*C������������e������S������������������ *. Euiuuv      jl.jli^s -iis^s-  Banquet,  Degree Work Feature*���������286 Canadians P.eseat.  The Canadian: night put on by.Bed  Cross Lodge, No. 34, Knights of Pythias,  Spokane, on Saturday, attracted a turnout of almost "600 Fythians, of -whom  286 were members of Canadian lodges;  B ossland, Trail, Nelson Creston.^Crah-  brook Kimberley and Michel furnishing  the major portions of the visitor from this  side of the line.  Proceedings commenced at 5.30 when  the half thousand members sat down to  a splendid banquet, features of -which  ���������were a flag drill in which the Union Jack  and Stars and Stripes were displayed to  equally good advantage by a flag .drill  squad from the Dokay ledge in Spokane.  Music was supplied by a ten-piece orchestra, which also was heard during the  degree work at the lodge session.  A galaxy of grand lodge officials par*  ticlpatsd in the spsechmaking. the Amm-  ican orators being led by H. Lamport;  gr&uu Cuanceilor of the" grand lodge of  Idaho, assisted by a number of past  grand chancellors  of both Washington  .a_.<3 TJ������_-  In this department Canada was ably  represented by Noble Biims of ^Trail, a  B.C. past grand chancellor and this province's representative on the Pythian  supreme grand lodge. Another Canadian  speaker was J. D. McKinnon, also of  Trail, the 1929 past grand chancellor  from/British Columbia, -while Col. Mal-  . land^ne___.C^Ioa,1__e:  \.:m'-:-'in^;'i^dr^'\ieator1ffiijB  goodwill.  ithe crack degree team of Bed. Cross  Lodge handled the conferring of the  Sgree on a class of sixteen candidates in faultless fashion, the impressive-  ness of the work being heightened by the  musical background supplied by the orchestra.  Amongst _ the Creston Pythians who  made the trip were Dr. Henderson, Col.  Mallandaine, W.J. Truscott, Fred Hagen,  B. Uri, E. Davis, Carl Carlson, Fred  Hale, Joe Bomano,. Art Beed, Keith  Littlejohn, Dick Penson, R. A. Palfreyman, Sam Steenatrup and C. F. Armstrong.  with Mr. and M������ Gillie for the past  month, returned to her home in" Kimberley on Sunday, accompanied by B.  Moore, Mr. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs.  GDle.     --v.  Mrs. Cam and daughter, Lily, arrived  home on Saturday from a visit with  friends in Calgary and Blairmoie, Alberta.'  Mrs. Pymm and Mrs. Packenrat of  Cranbrook were visiting with Sirdar  friends a few days last week.  . Mrs. D. Lombardo and son, Ronald,  left on Sunday for their home in Bevel-  stoke- after a visit with P. Lombardo  and family.  . Charlie and Margaret Lombardo have  gone to Bevelstokeon a visit with Mr  and Mrs. D. Lombardo.  Mr. and Mrs. 'Winrs. Cameron of Cranbrook were renewing acquaintances in  Sirdar on Tuesday and Wednesday.  ������5__ijra������__������-_!  ttS&mM'  Four degrees of frost was registered  here at an early hour oh Monday morning, and it is likely damage has been  done to strawberries as well as young  garden stuff.  Chas. Pipe left at the end of the week  Hurry are on forestry fire trail building  in. that section. .    ��������� .      , .  *___  ���������nr-  NomingBat the  Truth J* June 4th  United Church Dramatic Talent  i_*      fh^>j>_i%'__.������..Mg������       _. k__ v*.= .r_>.__  _���������  _ ^r_>_������ft_������  international  B. Lowerson lef t a few days ago for  Bsichei, where he is at Tesent work  ing in a sawmill near that town.  Canyon school children had a holiday  on Friday, which was Empire Day.  Jock MeRobb has just purchased a rebuilt Chevrolet sedan from the Kootenay  garage at Creston, and made his first  trip in it to Kimberley at the weekend  ������usvisit with bis  daughter,  Mrs. W  -^JasL���������L ���������  ii-.'v^,,-:-^'.-.: .,     ..   ...;. ... -." ���������_.���������      -..;���������..,..,..:,_. .������������������.. _,.  i^?S?&^myi:.p~\?y.j^z:v -:.y,/- ">���������-���������-?,���������:��������� :^<yy- 'vy ���������^���������y^iy:---;--.^  |lto^^Y^ung_������j3: .the ^(^^Jtate'.^  of a new car, having, traded in his  Ford for a Plymouth coupe at Creston  Sirdar  Stanley Lane, who has been visiting in  Vancouver, returned home on Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. Dennes and Mra. Rogers  were Porthill visitors on Saturday.  Mtss Dawson, who has been a visitor  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  SUNDAY, JUNE 1  11.00 a.m.~Morning Worship.  7.80 p.rn.-."NOAH'S ARK"  w'ObGfS.  Mr. and Mrs. Binney of Leshbridge,  Alberta, were motor visitors here at the  weekend, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim  Bateman.   The ladies are sisters.  F. Knott received word at the first of  the week of the critical condition of his  brother, Kinnaird, at Cripple Creek,  Colorado, who had just suffered a paralytic stroke. The unfortunate man was  known to quite a number at Canyon as  he was a visitor with his brother here  about six years ago.  Comedy    a���������S. Grand���������Popular  Prices of Admission Prevail.  On Wednesday* June 4th, some of the  younger people" connected with TJnited  Church are presenting Samuel Frenche's  clever comedy entMed, ''Nothing but the  Truth." This comedy has been in ^great  popularity -~-tni oiijghout Little Theatres  along the coast this past winter. It was  recently adopted TO/the talkies and met  with enthusiastic approval.  Creston peoplev;^ill be glad to hear  some of their forme}: stars as well as new  talent, in this kind-of social activity. R.  Maxwell piays the.paTt of. a somewhat  cynical young business man, wh o becomes  involved with thejmshop over a deal in  some phoney stock'��������� (which however, ends  happily for the;' bishop). Harry Smith  acts the part of Dick Donnelly, a junior  clerk in the broker's office. Ben Crawford takes the part of Bob Bennett, and  is the hero of the piay. Being a young  man of high ideals he undertakes to tell  the trails- for 24 Hours.  The plot consists in the attempt of the  men to force Bennet into situations  where he will lose his bet. Some very  humorous and somewhat awkwark  situations arisev Particularly is this  so with regard to Bennett's, fiancee,  Gweh RalstoHi played hy Miss Ruby  Martin. ���������". Y'---  The other lady niembers of the cast  are Mrs. Ralston, acted by -Mrs. A-  Palmer, "the mother^of Gweh, and wife of  E. M. Ralston, th_Yastute ...stoctebr-pker:  Boyd and still latter by Mr. Davison,  who about three years ago sold it to Mr.  Mawson. It contains about seven acres,  with five acres in orchard. The purchaser is father of Mrs. W. R. Long.  Mr. Doughty of Vancouver Was a  w ekend visitor .with. Mr. and Mrs. W.  R. Long.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Cartwright are at  Invermere this week on a visit with their  daughter, Mra. F. V. Staples, t.  Miss Buelah Penson is a visitor with  relatives in Spokane at present.  Miss Edith Palfreyman got back on  Sundayfrom a three weeks* holiday visit  in Chicago. She came back via Spokane  motoring home with her father, who was  a Saturday visitor irt,th^t city.  C      J      ���������  '*' A      *  __fElliEpOiiif_ _t__HElli  Downs Cxeston  Score is 2-0���������Runs all Garnered  ���������     -*������_-''    -T������.**���������������%������$  -B>:������-.u. ������  Baffles Creston���������Game Fiayed  in Idaho Record Time.  Wild roses are in full bloom in this  section this week���������fully ten days earlier  than last season.  Miss Ruth Gompton of  __ _  lfU_ .  weekend  Nelson spent  1UTW   4_v.#)  ^*w__-������_v������4*c������  ^j������*a^_>ui **-���������#  Mrs. Jas. Compton.  Alice Siding school children had a  day off on Friday last, which was Empire  Day.  Local cattlemen were busy on May 24th  getting their cattle off the flats and into  the hillsJor the season.  Mr. and Mrs. Halko and two children  and Frank Travis, of Michel, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.  Parkin.  This section had a touch of 3 degrees of  frost on Monday morning, but so far  there are no reports of serious damage,  a though strawberry growers at Wynndel  in some cases complain-of losses as high  x-^s^SYV  ���������--^t:_ ;.;.._ .  WynntSei  >ttVi&^VttTjfin&;;JatOW^  ;E������Jh__;;c|i^^^^  ;sod_t^'!ady^ -.��������� she^ ;fieara.'%^^;^mtS-r^������m.  Be_iti_ti^: which CT^tesino sitiail'stir? .the  ^ole "'of''two:/Vrno^erh.;_^ppig^Y;SaS3iB- and  Mabel Jackson, is taken by -MisaYViblet  n^nvniir nnn ^T?m  TV/f_iSi^l>=p������*������Si ,-t.oqsr__rs{-i-trfi1-tr  the appearance of. these two ybung.  ladies at inopportune moments adds considerably to the fun.: Miss Edith Cook  fills the necessary part of the maid, an  announcer -of unwelcome guests. Wm.  Truscott is Bishop Doran, who  beneath an exterior of apparent innocence  in the matter of transactions in stocks,  creates an uproar and completely discomfits the wiles of Van Duesen and the  stock broker, *E. M. Ralston. The part  of the broker is taken by Rev. R. E.  Cribb.  .Allen, the hurling ace of the Sandpoint  Eagles, and Fortin hooked Up in a masterly pitching duel in the international  league game at Sandpoint on Sunday, in  which the former, with the help of some  timely hitting, brought Sandpoint home  winner by a margin of 2 to 0.  Although the winners only annexed  four hits three of these came in succession  in the third frame, a triple, double and  single coming immedisftely after the fir. &  man up had arrived safely due to a dropped fly, and -this batting spree was sufficE-  cient to give the Eagles a two-run Iead5  which was ample to win the contest.  ,  - Here's just how the runs were manufactured: In the high wind that was  blowing Telford dropped Weio's long fly  and the runner was safe. Tigglebeck  banged out a triple, scoring Welo, and  came home a minute latter  ���������w llSEt  23^2^1  ^ent_nlthis';ar^  has moved intri Creston^ He has-Retired  a new auto which he ^s rebuilding as a  carryall, and intends to be the travelling  dealer for Rawleigh products.  If  Mfi'gs.McLean, speaker.  TUE&JQAY, JUNE 3  -v; <v.7,80 p.m.      ��������� -  Rev. J.' E. Piadie,' B.D.   ,  Principal Pentecostal Bib!������  College.  ONE NIGHT ONLY-.-Dott'tfail  to hear this gifted speaker.  >Tliui&SI>AY/74Gp.m.  Evangelistic Service.  :    FEIDAY, 7.45'"p;m.'' -  Younp! Peopled Service.  . Picnic for all the children of the district  on Tuesday, June 3rd. Meet at Irving's  corner at 9 a.m. The outing will beat  Kuskanook and will be under the direction of the Women's Institntep  Father Choinel of Cranbrook ivas here  for Roman Catholic Church service one  morning last week.  T. E. Slingaby, who is working at  Natal, was here for the 24th* of .May  weekend holiday.  Ered Hagen spent a few ' day with  Spokane friends last week.  Misses E. Towaon and B. Hulmo, and  A. E. Towson and E. Hulme wero Cranbrook visitors for May 24th sports day.  Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Uri, C. Carlson, Mrs.  R. Price and Miss D. Payptto were Spokane vinitors on tho holiday,. Y  -  Mrs. Davis and duughtot, Hu���������el, left  laBt week for Rlondol, whwd thoy aro  guests of htor daughtor^ M?M&$fynvi$\h  Saturday, May 24th,; waa; ^n'ol:1 exactly  ideal weather for a,holiday, but tho United Church Sunday School picnic to tho  old mill waa reported a most enjoyable  affair.* Heavy rain bndod procoedinpts  about 4 p.m., and towards evening an  eloctrio storm passed ovor tho valley.  A fyea.vy froat - struck tho dbtrict on  Sunday night and It Is foarod many of  tho flimwborry flelfls have suffered  heavily.  Mr. and Mm. R. Andoatad, Mrs. Tow-  won and Mlw W.' and A. El. Towaon wero  Bonnors Forty violtors on Tuesday.  Erickson  FOB  SALE���������Baby   bugjgyL  yhupo, can ba soon ab J. P. Cook's  Rnpo.  In  good  _  _   _ rtfiiid-  G.Brtiirnn (A1l<"p Siding) Croston.  R. M. Telford, who has been a const  visitor the past week, arrived back on  Sunday. He got to Sandpoint in tinac  for the league baseball game on Sunday.  Leowna Heric was a holiday visitor at  Yahk, arriving home -on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Cartwright and family  spent Saturday on a visit with Bonners  Ferry friends.  Jean Ryckman of Creston was here for  the weekend with her aunt. Mrs. CriBler.  Mr, and Mra. H. Campbell, Mrs. Vincent and 5-ou.ng daughter, of Rellvue,  Alberta, wore weekend visitors at their  ranch hero.  Quito a number of tho Erickson young  people wero at Cranbrook for Moy 24th  and. holpod with tho rooting for Creston  baseball team that played 3n that city  that day,  Miss Walker roturnccLhomQ on Sunday  after spending the holiday tn Spokane.  Lee Heric arrived from Yahk on - Saturday, and wa_ a Sandpoint visitor on  Sunday for the baseball game.  Messrs Dugdule of Bolivuo, Alberta,  wore motor visitors hero ovoi? ItUo weekend.  IB. W. KUngonsmlth In a Spokane vial-  tor thla woelc.  A salo of Eriokoon orchard property  was completed this week whati'Vie. Maw-  eon dispoaod of hia ranch to Henry Cow-  lln8 of Vancouver, who la expected to  tako noflBcwBion lato thia aummor. Originally thto was part of tho Kemp ranch*  and lnttw ww.������ own������������il hy ftho irttfl W. J,  tStiGhenet*  Mr. Parsons of the Naugle Pole &  Tie Coinpany, Spokane, arrived on Wednesday to ship out nine or ten cars of G.  A. Hunt's cedar poles.  Mr. Porier of the Page & Hill Company  was here last week shipping out a car of  Paulson's poles, leaving  on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. S-nesael and family and  friends took in the celebration at Cranbrook. on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Boyd, of Creston,  spent the weekend here, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. G. A. Hunt.  Mrs. B. Johnson left on Thursday on a  visit with Spokane friends.  Mrs, Hunt spent a few days in Creston  this week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd.  Kitchener people were Btartled on  Friday morning when they saw and  heard ah airplane coming out of the east  with, evidently} a very bad case of engine trouble. Passing over the depot it  turned north looking for a good landing  place. Going up Goat River it altered  direction to southeast, landing In one of  the ploughed fields of. tho experimental  farm of W. L. Hathaway. Elmor Blair,  farm superintendent, and others, were  quickly on the scene of 'tho catastrophe,  happily finding tho pilot safe, but the  plane upside down, and both wings and  rudder demolished. B. E. Holley was  flying tho machine from Winnipeg to  Vancouver, leaving Calgary on Friday,  morning. Ho said engine troublo developed this side of Yahk and finally  forced him down. The plane was a Moot  fitted with dual controls, and residents  east of here say she has a lino turn of  speed. Holley Is mild to ho huIcb repre-  nontatlvo for tho firm making this plane;  In fact ho la, on a _nles trip and tried to  Improve tho ahmlrig hour by selling tho  wreck to Home local lads, but/* whether  they wero not aufllclontly air mjndod or  could not produce tho coin could not bo  dfltorinlttrttl. Thi������ plane wnw whipped to  Vancouvor on Bnturdoyy Holloy having  loft provlouoly for; that, city by train,  leaving behind him fond memorloa of hia  floncroulty. Saturday being Empire Day  quit* ffl few took RdvantstBO of the special  doubled    Florea singled putting Roiph  on third, but Romangygathered in Lep-  ka's fly and by a perfect peg to the plate  also retired Rolph who had tried to score  on the throw in. .;  In addition to this piece of pretty  work by Romano, Boffey turned in a  great day at left Held, his handling of  fly balls into that territory being the  feature of the Greston game. .Allen's  lightning fast delivery completely baffled  the locals, with the exception, of McKel-  ivey, who got all; three hits secured by  Creston.   Alien, chalked uo 11 strikeouts  *:'>. ;;^ttingi ^vax^%im^^iseii '��������� the' third;  Fortm. s pe������ ������Grmance wss _iji__Ily Bpec-  taculaf as only one more Mt was register-  during-the rest of the playv 'T3&: ie^me  -was cue of the fastest', InY Idaho :a_3ts_ry,-'  the full round of nine innings being play*  ed in an hour and a half  Sunday's defeat puts Creston in undisputed possession of the league cellar, as  Troy triumphed over Bonners Ferry the  same day by a 7-3 count. Sandpoint now  leads with four winns and no looser*  Creston's game is at Troy on Sunday  afternoon, and if the locals display the  same form they have shown the past two  games they should just about annex a  victory, and going at their present clip  thn-y should be equally successful In  future appearances against Bonners  Ferry.   Sunday's score;  SANDPOINT  Beckstrom, ss  0  Welo, 2b.: ... 0  Tigglebeck, lb._. 1  Rolph, cf......  1  CRESTON  Bomano, cf  0  Florea, If.  rLepkaP 3b '.���������.......  Campbell, c .  Heatnershaw, rf.  Allen, p  0  0  0  0  0  lb...  Telford, rf..  Bnum, ss.. -  McKelvey,  Boffey, If   Watson, ������..:   Benedettl, 8b....  Fortin, ������....���������   vVhLtfield, 2h...  SANDPOINT...  CBESTON   .....0  .-..0  0 2 0  0 0 0  0 0  00  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0-2  00  Two. base hits, Rolph, Alien; three  base hits, Tigglebee!:; hits off Fertira, -_:  off Allen, 8; struck out by Fortin, 3;  by Allen, 11; Bases on balls off Fortin  1; hit by pitcher, Florea; left on bases,  Creston, 6; Sandpoint, 6. Umpires  Joyce and Sandborn.  occasion to view the remains, tho traffic  cop nt the corner of Bonnott Avenue and  Newman Street being kept busy replying  to questions in addition to regulating the  movement of traffic.  Registered Optometrist  WILL BE AT  ERICKSON  .on  Monday, June 2nd  I  ���������H  / *!  VHTu -.REVIEW,    CttESTON,    B.    C.  A--  ��������� im _>'_,._! __������B ~.l    ���������   _3flsWW.5ssss.e~H 1/10  Be  FLAVOUR  SAME  QUALITY  ,\P  iff 1/1      u  AT ALL GROCERY _������_  OEL  ���������__������������������������������������ <__rj__HP  ORES  Scientists Find Fish Scales Can  Used As Fabric Coating  .', For. hundreds of years, Eye has  taken he^ clothes froni the wool ot  sheep.v-attdthe skins of animals, but  jibw s)Ue teaa^gone one better~she is  to wear the scales of fish.  Soon the smartest Eves will shimmer like _nermaids. A. firm at Berlin  has at last patented a process by  ���������which fish ������c������*te!s can bo used nn k  coating for various fabrics. Among  many advantages is that the new  material has a remarkable power of  keeping;-1-out heat.  It is intended, also, to use a coating of artificial pearl on thin oilskin  coats. These latest rain-proof garments v^lj^be light and completely  ���������wSierproOKj;, *uul when Wc1r~__i_y will  have a beautiful pearly glitter.  The discovery that fish scales could  be used for this novel purpose was  more or less accidental. Scientists  were endeavoring to improve the  process by. which artificial pearls are  made when they stumbled across the  new idea. -  After several attempts they found  a method of wushiug, drying and  grinding fish scales which produced  a fine crystalline powder. This is  mixed.with a solution of artificial silk  in collodion, and can be painted  thinly over tho oil skin.  PeSe P?ne ���������_-._ f_*Wf TA?������ffi1,n���������_  **  ^trjg*-%0   m  **m%w  ���������������������������������������   H������v_-������    *viw|fi_v'!wv  Instrument - For r Personal   tTse   Is  Ornamental With    Mother Of-  Pearl  The^ Pole's Ismail state'of 1������66r;in-  habi touts" soon will have what .s probably the greatest propotion^of telephone- to population in" the 'world.  With the installation of a new system there will be 800- numbers, of  which 600 shortly will "be in use.  Pope Pius' personal telephone will  be ox umasive gfriu, bearing the Pontifical seal and ornamented with  mother-of-pearl. He will be able to  telephone anywhere without his call  - passing through, the exchange. Special private lines also will ba installed  for the Secretary of State arid other  dignitaries.'    ���������  "���������'/"  ;He_%*v__i  a  never-failing  ���������form of relief from'--.'  Xsciatac pain:  ���������. Take Aspirin tablets nnd you'll avoid  heedless, suffering from . sciatica���������lumbago��������� and similar  excruciating   pains.  They Wo relieve; they "cfori. do any hann.  "Jte^ snake sase'-t is genuine:.  Af������sPiMir������  --   TRADEMARK RE������,  THER^^  A. Jtlobby Essential To .Lite  Reindeer Trek Halted  . _.. _������. _.r  TT-i+sa-  .   __v������e__rtjsersoj_. aid <sr young, should Itave a bobby.  Ana why a hobby? Because a hobby means an interest beyond the-mere  task of making a living and because an. interest is necessary to the -enjoyment of life.  Life without interest would be a dull, prosaic affair. "Yet there are some  people who keep their noses to the grindstone day after day, year in and  year out in a dull routine to provide the wherewithal to feed, clothe and  shelter themselves and their dependents, without a let-up from daylight to  dark. They never look around for some interest which will serve to brighten  their lot and bring joy into their lives.  There are. of course some men who are fortunate enough to have found  !n their vocation that keen zest which, an Outside interest gives to others,  but it h.as been found by age-long experience that even such happily circumstanced individuals can and do pursue their work with better results and  with greater contentment and less wear and tear when, to their work, they  add a hobby.  "All work and no play makes Jack a dull hoy" lias been quoted so often  that it has become platitudinous. Yet it is just as true today as when it was  first uttered.  When the child puts his books away and closes his school desk for the  day," he proceeds to enjoy himself with games and recreation in some form  ���������or another and in this manner revivifies himself Hor another day-at scholastic tasks. Educationists have discovered that th*e child who plays in  season brings to his school work an enjoyment which enables him in the long  run to outstrip the pale faced bookworm. He has a balanced and therefore a  happy existence and this reflects -favorably upon his studies.  And so with the adult. But in place of flying kites or indulging in  boisterous play, the grown up carries his enthusiasm into the field of some  sedate, but just as stimulating amusement. It matters little whether it be ���������  collecting postage stamps, indulging in politics, plying saw and hammer or  engaging In some form of academic study, so long as it is something which  arouses the interest of the participant and whets his appetite for more; and  so long as it is something different from the daily task.  It is this creation of interest which acts as a stimulus to the mind or a  recuperative power" to the physical toeing. It is at the same time restful and  invigorating. This is why the individaul with a second string to his bow,  even if It he only used for recreational purposes, is more likely to mjike a  success of Hfe than one without it. He is able to turn again to the serious  work of making a living with tlio hope and joy which comes with a buoyant  spirit, a rested body and a clear, refreshed mentality.  It is impossible to pursue a hobby without securing these roatilta, provided it is kept within reasonable bounds, for recreation broadens interest  nnd interest means life. Interest with existence is life. Life without Interest Is mere existence.  The time to develop interest Is in youth. It is too late to wait until the  pains and penalties of advancing years are taking their toll and forcing retirement from active work. The individual who waits until he. is obliged to  slacken the traces on which hgi has been pulling heavily for decades before  looking around for an Interost will find ho faces an old age of misery, for  he has developed nothing to which ho can turn to make his declining years  worth living.  The youth, tho middle aged, tho old, of both sexes should havo a hobby  and should develop a hobby In comparatively .early life.  V������ ill       -% O.       -B������ir^>i������J������ie  Fawns Can 'Travel  Three thousand reindeer, being  driven across "the top of the world ?'  into -Canada, on the order of the Do-  ualnion Government, have halted their  long march in the Hunt and Col ville  River sections, until the end of the  fawning season.  The herd .will wait there until the  new-born deer are strong enough to  join the drive,, which follows a route  north of the Arctic Circle across  Alaska to the Mackenzie River basin,  of the Canadian Arctic.  Thin     Weak     Children     Need  Baby's Own Tablets  Malnutrition  or inability to derive  nourishment from food, is a common  trouble with little children and is entirely due to stomach arid bowel  weakness. Another cause of loss of  flesh and sleep is worms.  To correct stomach and bowel  troubles and thus banish constipation and. indigestion, break up colds  and simple fevers; "expel worms and  allay the pain which accompanies the  cutting of teetla is what Baby's Own  Tablets were designed for. They never fail to be of aid and can be given  with safety to the youngest babe.  Y-Babv's Own Tablets -are sold by  medicine dealers or by marl at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont.  western rrovmce jaecems  Heart and Nerves  Co.d    Hands   an si   Fees  ���������t  Mrs. Joseph Price, Red Pine, .N.B.,  writes:���������"Several years ago i, was  troubled with my heart, and nerves  and was so bad, at times, my hands  and  feet   would .?become   numb   and  cold. ������������������       .  - '  "I happened to see ,_  Crood Kcvenue From 5Iap Sale"  "One hundred -and fifty-one maps of  Canada have been made by the topographical survey since -Sit, accord-  House ��������� of Commons recently said  the cost of compiling these * maps  was $960,890. The largest area  surveyed was in Manitoba, where  88,247 square miles have been surveyed. The revenue derived from  the sale of these maps since 1924  amounts to $1(8,590.  Will Collect .Succession Duties" Oa  Estate Of English Baronet  Revenues of the province of Saskatchewan will benefit to the extent  of $14,331 by way of succession  duties on the estate of Sir John Lawrence Langham, Bart., who died recently in London, England, and  whose will is now being probated.  Sir John left $1,003,926, of which  $277,952 is in Canada, $193,652 m  Alberta,, and $84,300 in Saskatoon.  real estate. The Saskatoon property  under the Succession I>uty Aci_of the  province, will be taxed at the rate  of 17 per cent.  For treatment  of  caked  bags  in  cows, or garget, xiscl>pnglasr .Egyp  tian Liniment ��������� the ���������qU.ick, sure  remedy. Saves tEme and expense.  Prevents blemished -stock.  Paris has restricted automobile  parking in the central area to thirty  minutes, and.physicians have baadedl  together, to ask.for exceptions Of this  hampering regulation.  Use Minard's for Burns.  How.They Saw It  Two elderly ladies arrived in the  New York Grand 'Central ^TenninaT  the otEier evening and caught sight  of "the airplane Bremen up on the  balcony. This was apparently their  first view of an . airplane -. at close  range. They studied it for a while  in awed silence, then one of them  spoke, in the accents of discovery.  "It's built on the plan of a bird/,', she  said.  E  ���������'Yhe-arT..'���������������������������-'���������  ' ."������������������     ��������� 'Aim - ������������������   ' .r ���������������������������  Old medicinal    gardens of    Japan  date back at least to\702 A.D.  ^EKY ETRD LOVEIt should hav*  this new rev3sed edition of ���������  Brock's Book on Birds���������replete  with 342 pases of valuable Informa.-  tion on the care and feeding ot cage  birds; also enlarged <S0 pag-es) of -practical advice on the treatment of birfl  diseases.. .���������-���������~ ,-���������  The ��������� regular-, price \& 23 cents, Ijvit t������  readers* of this paper 'who enclosfe 10  cents, addressed to the WINNIPEG  NEWSPAPER UNION, McDERMOTT  AVENUE,. EAST, WINNIPEG-a copy  of Brock's Book on Birds -will be sent  along- -with u generous .-sssnpte- of "Brock's  Bird-Aeed���������aCcorrectly bsfTanced diet prepared .rom~ V^o finest seeds^ seleete-  from all parts of Hie -world; together  -with a real treat for your bird, a sample of Brock's Bird Treat, a tonic that  "brightens the plnmago and strengthens  the  song.  Uruguay's national anthem is in 70 |  verses. '   |  advertSsed and started talcing them at  once. I continued for some little time,  and since then I" have had no return  of my trouble."  Price, 00c. a box at all druggists  and'dealers/or-'mailed direct on receipt of price by Tho T. Milburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  What's In a Name?  Not Very Muclit As Proved By Book  Publishers  The answer to the question,  "What's In a'narao?", seems to" bo  clearly defined na tho result of a  quest!onn-alro recently sent out by a  Arm of book publishers in an endeavor to ascertain what sells books.  The 10,000 replica received to date  show that only 109 purchased the  books because of their titles. More  than ������%.B0 sales wore attributed to  roviowa; 2,-100' to advertisements and  so on through tho recommcnda.t?on  of a friend, reputation of tho author,  bookstore display, interest hi subject, gift, lecture or' sermon, with  tho title at the bottom of tho,Hat.  r������H  IEkcouu acid Is the common flausc o������  tedlEeatlon. It rcBulta In pain nnd  uourn&B- about two houru aCloc cat Ing.  Th������ qulclc corrective la an allcaM  wtuciU nuuLiallKOtt acid, Tho bout cor*  r������ct1vo in PlillHpri' Mlllt of Mnirnoaia,  Mt imx rMJiiuhiud HUuutlut'O with ivhy~>l������  elans in th������ 00 y_ar_ utneo itn mven*  tion.  On* opotmrul of PhUllpa' Mlllc of  MkijuojiJ- ti'.uitrnU_fl* Inntantl^r many  tlmoB Its voluma In acid, Xt \n harm-  loan and tasteless and Its action In  quick. You will novor rely on crudo  methods, novor continue to mil.or.  when you loam how quickly, how  plonanntly thla premier method acta.  Please lot 1t ������������how yon���������now.  . E������> ouro to got tlio g-enulnn ruriHpo"  MUlc of Maftnoala proscrlbod by phy������  elclanu for 50 yoars In correcting esc-  coriH acldm, l_ach bottlo contultui itulJ  dlractlons -any druorstort.  Peovlslt, pale, rostleas, nnd sickly  children owo their ; condition , to  worms. Mother Graves'.: Worm 15x-  termlnator will relieve thorn and restore hcwlth.  According to an -ESngllaH weekly  pnpor, the police always stop tho  traffic to let Mr. Qoorgo Bernard  Bhaw crows tho road. Tho Idea of  stopping Mr, Sliaw to Jot tho tmiuc  pasa is saldl to havo been abandoned  yearn ago.  Keep Foods  fieii cbomsI # FresH  Keep your foods���������cakes, bread, pic;?, cut meats, etc.  ���������undc* a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper,   You'll be amazed at the length of  time they'll stay frc3h,.dclicrousl Para-  Sani   keeps   them   from  staling.  Get Para-Sani,irk the hundy,  sanitary knlfe-e^ged carton.  For less ekacting uses' ask; for  Appletprd's "Centre: Puir  Pocks in sheet forrn,  -4_._r  ���������WiMHT'Cprr  "WA^I'tWN';  /,:vy.Y". ^r!?Wi  MUmnYn Ohooko l^illln^ Hair,  W.   N.   TJ,    1830  ... Wedern Repre&mlaliM:  HUNTER^MARTIN & CO������������ RETINA, SASK. ':s~\  . r.  ���������is*  .THE..  BEVIEW.    CTRESTON.   B.    a  L '   ':<*  H0HSE1NIIE  PENSIONS BILL  Ottawa^ Ont^-^The government and  ..the 'oowsitlon^;united.. Jn'^i^pressS-ig;!  appreciation \fbr^the'^wor^of, Uie'^par--  Bamentary committee- ion pensions,  when the hill to amend the pensiona  act waa before the House of Commons in committee. The bill is to  give legislative effect to the recom-  Baendation of thepens-onsscommittee  decided upon after a lengthy enquiry  into the claims of: organziations of  sstu-nea men for more generous  treatment. The bill passed the  eommittec stage quickly, and was.  then given third reading. It now goes,  to the senate.  When he arose to explain the  bill Hon. Dr. J. H. King, Minister  of Pensions and National Health,,  praised the^work of the committee.  He felt that not only would the  returned men, but all the people of  Canada, be pleased with the work.  which had been accomplished and  Bigfcly appreciative. of the untiring..  efforts of the members of the committee. The report of the committee had - been-unanimous. -  <    -  The. bill- revises the machinery for  dealing witli appeals of soldiers from  file pensions board. It provides a  veterans' bureau to'prepare the cases  for soldiers. Ah important change  gives a veteran the advantage when  ��������� there is a reasonable^ doubt as to  whether his incapacity was due to  ' war service. "������������������'���������*  nA.w.ftfr..lnKM���������     4-1. sw        AAw%...tt,j'AA        .".*-������  vjv/_gio.i.ula.w_g    ������u_     ou...~>..-^__     vU.  the patient consideration and expert  knowledge brought to this important  question, Hon. R. B. Bennett said its  members were entitled to the thanks  of the nation. The -committee was  composed of men with first hand experience of soldiers' problems. He  especially praised the chairman, O  ���������f. Power (Liberal, Quebec'���������South)'J  - YNo difference of -opinion existed  among Canadian people,. the Conservative leader declared, as to the  pensions-_: problem. ^-T^ey w^tedYa  measure of g^^rous'conipens^i^^'tp  all. those who had .risked ;thelr lives  for this covuitry. It assured the returned man the country, was behind  him, >said Mr. Bennett. .- ���������. ��������� "���������'  There was nothing partisan in the  *' bill or in the methods by which the  committee had worked.  Considering Reverse  "Rhodes Scholarships"  Would    [Permit    English    Boys    To-  ,   Attend Canadian tJnive-sitles  Toronto, Ont. ��������� Sir Robert Pal-  ;cpner,'president of the University of  Toronto, announces the establishment  ;Ofj;a .reverse;;*Rhpde_^:S^p_ara_iip  fc^ing"- considered: by..-" &A vOidj^tx^^iai-'^  educatiohista to 'por_nit-;:_E^l^'i^o3ftaf  to^ttend'C^^adiau univcrsities."^^"^^- '���������,  '���������^DrY Cy'ritvNbtwobdv';" chaiini__i of  the party of English schoolmasters  which recently visited Canada, strongly advocated such an exchange of  students,, stressing, hia wish-to see  English boys specialize in economics  and science. In praising the idea,  Chancellor H. P; ,\yhlddeafoi- McMas-  ter University, said, "I consider the  point by Dr. Norwood, that Canada  offers opportunities in the scientific  and economic fields is well taken.  One would hardly expect English students to study classics here when  such excellent facilities are offered at  Oxford."  Gen. C. H. Mitchell, dean of the  faculty of applied science of the University of \ Toronto; termed the  scheme of "Reverse Scholarships"  practical and feasible.  NEW POET LAUBEATE  Suggest Advisory  John Masefleld, some time sailor  and vagabond, who has been appointed poet laureate of England. The  poems��������� "Dauber."..and J"The Everlast-  ing Mercy," and novel "Sard Harker"  are among his better known works.  Commission   Would YBTelp   To   Solve  ;/ Problem Of Immigration  Ottawa, Ont.���������Establishment of a  permanent advisory commission    on  irrunijgratSbn.-on Rites';Similar to: the  :tai1^^bo?^,-^w^-i bneJpf;;the^B_any  sugg^tions-.^e__K.^ the''-' imxni-  -.. ~-2i-- "S-~'m'.iM.-.^:z!~:*'^iu. _?���������'_*��������� _.' ^irir_-*e/5���������"^_i?i,"rc*'rf.a^_._I_i  :'__SS04&^  :iaadev_By;^rp^^^by': Prof.YW. ;; B. :���������  "Httr^o^Bra^ ,'"        Y1 ���������'':'.  ' in his opinion the regulation of  immigration was a matter for scientific economists and sociologists,  rather than politicians. A commission could make a, continuous examination of employment and social  conditions throughout Canada* and  could give expert advice to the governments on the number and type of  Immigrants which could profitably be  admitted. . Persons interested in securing immigrants for any district  would have to make application before" the. cc^nmisstbn - ' addueing" ' evidence of an economic rather than a  sentimental character.  Wants Public Represented  People-Interested Ink Veterans' Allowance Act Says Major-General  . MaciponneO  Ottawa, Ont.���������Criticism of the  plan to- appoint the commission to  administer the War Veterans' Allow-  Conciliation Board  to Settle Dispute  Dockers At Vancouver Wish Alterations In ReneHftl Agreement  "Ottawa, Ont.���������A-labor dispute Involving 1,100 water front workers in  Vancouver and district is to be settled by a board of conciliation under  the Industrial ZHspuies Investigation  Act, Hon. Peter Heenan, Minister  of Labor, announced. The parties involved are the Shipping Federation of  British. Columbia and some of their ]��������� general public should be represented  Naval Agreement Is  Attacked Bj Admirals  n_sde bv -tlaior-Cener���������ii A. __. _s������ac-  Donnell, a member of the Senate  committee .investigating- the bill. Dr.  J. A. Ainyot,YDepnty TkEinister of the  Department "of Pensions, informed  the committee it was the intention  to appoint veterans to the committee.  General Macpohnell did not con-  : tenet that rehirned ��������� naen could not  fill the  offices; but  he  believed  the  1 Arsriiiigf D  Bay   Route   To  Be Brought   Under  1   Crows' Nest Agreement  Ottawa.���������Hon. T.'-A, Crerar, Minister of Railways, stated that It is the  policy of the Federal Government to  enforce Crow's Nest Pass rates on  the Hudson Bay Railway. The railway will be In operation one. year  hence, and Mr. CJrerar, said that he  proposed to. take iriimedlate steps to  discover what the legal position is*.  He will consult with the railway commission and find out exactly If Crow's  employees who rare members of the  Vancouver and District Waterfront  Workers* Association. Y  The men wish the renewal of the  agreement with the employers covering wages and working conditions  which expired November 30, 19-29.  with, certain alterations. Two mem-  -bers.,.o%t_ie -hoard of conciliation., have  already been; appointed; R. B. Pirie,  of Vancouver,, on, the recommendation  of the employees, and J. E. Hall on  the recommendation of the employers.'  - Mr. Heenan is awaiting word from  these two board members as to the  selection of a third member who will  act as chairman;        .  Change W31 Jlssist Trade  Canadian" Tariff Gives Many Advantages *To Britten r������_uiiiifa.etUcCr  London, England. ��������� Hon. W. R.  Smith, parliamentary secretary to  the Board of Trade, said in the  House of Commons, the changes in  the Canadian tariff, would affect  business operations in a great npany  sections of the export trade of Britain. Every effort was being made to  assist manufacturers and traders to  Places     Their     Navy     Sn  ��������� Inferior  Position Say U.S. Officers  Washington,  B.C.���������Two  xnorc  ad-  ance Act wholly of returned men was. xnirals told senate   committees   that  3 the I-ondon naval treaty would leave  the United States in a position of inferiority. ...-. ...;.':..  Rear Admiral J. V. Chase, of the  General Board, said the pact did not  represent parity with Great Britain,  and hati many other naws from the  viewpoint of a navy man.  Although he was an adviser at the  London conference, Rear Admiral Ji  R. P. Pringle said, he was consulted  but once by the United States delegation. He advised the delegates against  the cruiser arrangement they.finaaly  accepted.  as well. County judges could be utilized, he suggested, and they wouid  bring to the committee experience  that the majority of returned soldiers  lacked.  NEW TARIFF ON  FRUITS IS TO  BE AMENDED  :��������� lOttaw^Costtf���������^Antendnients win be  ihtipdolufced": to" '&������������������: niurtbe'r-v of .items''.. in'..  ''tbe..;'t_iri__:"resblu^qi_3:; a������febtihg/ f irui_av:"  and vegetables. Hon. -'Cy A. jDuninng,  Minister'-of- Finance, anhounc-d. in the  House of Commons. The changes will  apply to products widen -__dor the  n&w schedule have ad valorem as  well as specific duties. The specific  will be made to apply only in those  seasons of the year in which foreign  importations come in competition  with Canadian grown fruit and vegetables.  ���������"- .  The announcement off the finance  minister was greeted with applause  by the Conservatives who expressed!  the opinion that he had become a  convert;>to> the seasonal tariffs they  had been advocating;  When. the uproar. bad quieted,  Mr. .Dunning, explained that the decision to limit the specific duties to  certain seasons instead of the entire  year hair come as. a. result of conferences with the- fruit and vegetable  growers. They had expressed willingness to co-operate in this connection. He could not promise that the  seasons would suit all the growers  from, the Atlantic to the Pacific because of the many differences as to  the dates when such products are  marketed here, but an attempt had;  been made to deal as fairly as possible with all.  The House spent the entire day on  ~Uv*iy? r****vt    *���������**,������**���������%--������_���������<*%.*'_*'���������       .  o������4       ciJMv������a  !jU.U^\.^    -������V.i_-\-r_.U-.������r-.V_>-.h_> w*_������k������ WVAUV  Toronto Man Killed  W  ef! Parachute Ft  Was- 3Iafe2������g First Atteiapt To Jump  -JL* Ji VXftA  -1 &-**v������^_ik*r*j^  take - advantage of their new oppor-  Nest Pass rates automatically, apply I tunitics, he said. While the depart-  to the new route. If hot, he will inifc3^ ijlent  of overseas trade. believed no  practical purpose could be served by  sucli/a .'conference'it. would be glad to  adopt tho proposals of particular  groups .if they felt that consultatibn  would be useful, ho ooncluded.  ate action to bring the Bay route un-  ������ier tho Crow's.Nest -agreemerit: ;:;  ������������������"���������'  Canadian Minister Selected  Kmiio Of Ilunford  MaoNldcr,  lovva,  Snlimltttul To Ciovoriuiient  Washlnprtbti; D.C.���������Hanford Mac-  Kider������ oC Iowa, hart beoii selected lay  President Hoover as Minister to Canada.  His names has boen submitted to tho  Canadian government and a favorable  reply'.I������.:,o^pcctocl shortly,  " MacNttlor is a former nHsiHtunt secretary of war, nnd a former national  ���������iommdndor of tlio American Legion.  HJ*a home is" at Mafiori City.  Wry !<!������ Tewt Sliiiunoiit   ���������  Brandon, Mnn,���������Two cars of ofij?s  t>C tho Mmitioba Oo-TO^tlvo Poultry Aflsoclntton were sh Ippod t*������ Mcm-  troal unclor tho dry loo test. This.  mcuiuj insivlated contftlners (iro placed  in tho cam and that Qireulttthig c������r-  bon-'dioxide gas preserves the oggs,  NniiHon's\Suc<!<J������H<vr ������������������.  qslo, 'Norway.---Prof.; II. V. Sver-.  ���������hup, of I3orgon, Norway, hriR b^on  mninod to Huocood tho Into Uv; iMctt-  Jojr Nanson, cxplorftr, nn lender"of "the  l������i'ono������ccl QvnV ZcppolIn Arctic illftht.  ^j^,���������l>riMr^.IM���������M,J_ 1���������^ _....���������^._.   ,.rl. _. -,-rrinriT-,1rr���������||M-L|ll���������I1<tu  Toronto, Ont.���������Attempting his first  parachute jump from an aeroplane,  Kenneth Burgess, Toronto, was killed  when the parachute failed to open.  The aeroplane was at an altitude of  1,500 feet when Burgess jumped. The  unopened parachute tcaugnt_'��������� on a tangle of telephone wires, hurling hint  into the ditch. He was alive when  picked up and a doctor was summba-  ed, but he died a few minutes later.  The aeroplane was a Colonial Airways machine, which left the company's field near Dufferln Street in  North York Township.  Burgess is survived by his widow  and two children.  Japanese Immigration. \  Ottawa- ^>nt.���������Two hundred and  thirty-four Japanese immigrants  iiSS I have been admitted to Canada- since  September 1. 1928, up to the end of  the. last- fiscal, year,, according, to a return tabled iti the House of Oomirvons.  Of these 130 were males, and the  balance females. Fifty-eight were  agricultural workers, and_ 56 were  domestics. The remainder were  children. Only 50 Japanese a/e  permitted to enter Canada annually.  No Press Men On Dirigible  London, England.���������The only press  information that will be given respecting the R-100 flight across tho  Atlantic will be that kept by Wing  Commander R. B. B. Colmorc, who  will-release it on the craft's arrival  In Canada. On the return trip Canadian and British newspapermen will  be carried.  ������^<-l������-    A. V.k>\_r_.V-.**-.*_-_>*������-> <ju_i>fc������ ww_k___v ������-m:w~  gress was recorded. The tea item,  as amended by the budget, was finally approved. Under this Item tea  produced in the British Empire enters Canada free under the British  preference j and is subject to duty of  nine cents, intermediate, and ten  cents, general.  Approval was alset givenr to ths  resolution which declared that excise  duties or taxes shall be disregarded in  estimating tbe market value, of goods  for special duty, when these commodities' come in under ther-British-  preference, or intermediate tariff. The  resolution passed";1 howeverj'Only stter  protest by certain Conservative members that the Canadian silk industry  of Japanese  _������._._ ..~i.  uuuugu  U1V  silks.  Ask Amendment  Of Criminal Code  Jolly Beggars Broadcast Joy  Saskatoon Cadets Victors  Win  w,  .w.Ytfr.-  iftrw  Junior Shield In Dominion Uille  Shoot  Ottawa, Out.-���������A youthful toom of  cadets o������ Niitana Coll6giQ.to Insiitute,-  SaaUatoon, Saalc, won .the junior.  ohickl in tho .winter cadot .shooting  indoor Borles hold throughout Canada  under the ausplcos of tho Dominion of  CanWliv"'fu'i(to . A������*Bopiir)itlon,'' ',A" report:  'i'usued from hdadm.rt;r__rs of the aflso-  oiation shows tho Saskatoon cadets  compiled a high average of 07.11 out  of ft possible 100.' The Queboc Etam-  luary team won tho senior cadet  shield  with   a  shooting  avovnfle  of  Christian    Scientists    Want    Clause*  Introduced For Thefir ProtccWon  Toronto, Ont.���������A despatch from.  Ottawa to the Toronto Star, says  that In a bill introduced by the government to amend the criminal cade,  a change has been made at tho request of Christian Scientists, In three  sections, which deal with the obligations of heads of famlliea, people In  charge of the sick, and masters and  mistresses of ncrvants and apprentices under sixteen It is explain _d  tlie purpose of the section in to per*  mit Christian Scleritists to practice  their beliefs without fear of prosecution.'.'   "���������'  The new sub-section which is suggested for the criminal code in this  regard is as follows: *  "Any obligation which may be Involved in this or the two precedingr  sections to supply medical or surgical  attendance aa ���������necGBso.rlos/ or *ncccs������  sarles of life,' ehall not apply to, or  affect persons using or depending on  prayer or spiritual means for tho  treatment of human ailments as an  enjoyment or exorcise of rollgloua  freedom."  ;       ������orm������������ny <i������n1riMllr1������ Ttepnrt  Berlin, aorm,ttny.--rA statement was  published horo from tho Chinese north  coalition by way of London, X-ng-land,  that Hie ;Xrrbncti. authorltios ol' -iulo-  Chlna iiayo Ihtorceptetl a oonnbyn-  'until to Lho, Wauk'ln'a;. tfiovoi-mnout of  polnon gas, wiiloh", It was '..clearly intl-  mated, camo,.from Oormahy, Tho  Oonnan forolgu oflloa, dooladnpr it  abfliud lUitl-Clormnn propngancla.  MTho most truly poetical of all  Burns poems/' said Thomas Carlylo,  "Is ono which does not appear in Gur-  rle's edition, but has boon often printed before imcl since, under tho hum-  bla titlo ot "The Jolly Boggara."  With muaic rovised, arranged nncl  orchestrated from the edition o* ISIS  (haiTnonlzed by Bishop), by M. Wood  Hill, in collaboration with J. Campbell Molnnos, "The Jolly. Beggars"  wn������ prosontcd as a ballad-opera by  the Alfred KuiitUor' ��������� Lfufht Opera  Company, In tho Canadian Phclflo  Hallway'0 programme of muolc from  ntntlon W.1SJ and twelve anfiiociat������d  Ktntlons of tho National Brondoiwtlntf  Oompany, from 0,18 to 0.45, ICaBtei*n  Daylight  fiavingr Tlmo,  on  Sunday,  May 18.  Tho following artists took part in  the programme i ��������� J. Campbell Mclnnes  as "tho Narr������tor"v CRobort Burns);  FInlay Campbell na "A Maimed Sal-  cllerM; John Detwellor ao "A Tinker5';  Mra, Davleu Wynne mi **Vk6 Widow  of a Highland Freebooter Poowlc  Nanclo"; Alfred H������ntlior ao "A Bard  and Ballad Slnffor"; nnd .loan Haig  na "Tlio Soldlov'o Laaii." Tho first  woniy *>r ihly Ofrtzvc, ia of r,p_cllal interest as containing a reference to Canada; "Whon tho bloody die on tha  ; Hoi ghts of Abram," refon-lngto the  battle botweon Wolfe and Montcalm,  Speclnl Btamp Issued  Melbourne, Australia.���������During a  short and intensive campaign to assist the appeal! of th<& prime minister  of Australia, Hon. James Henry Soul-  lEn, for tho growing- of more wheat  this year, the postal department ham  issued a upeolal cancellation lifcamip  bearing the words: "Grow Mor������  Wheat." s  French Troop* Tjwmvln^-Wilnolitwd  ITranlifurt-on- tho-Maln^ OJermawy.���������  Hlvnauatlon of tho Ithlnoland has been  ofllclally otartccl In t3Us sector of tha  third i toiw ������)f. oe������������jf������intli>Yi. Heavy ��������� ������.r-  tllldry, pioneer equipment and <col������  ummi of troo-pa aro moving toward  irranco In the final exodus which xvlll  utrlp tho tthlno of Fi*oncli soldloi'i/:. N  ���������*���������-  tHE  CBESTON  BBV1EW  Service at  Princeton  ha 5 ted  fire  Fire"! in the building that  houses the Princeton telephone  office resulted in a cessation of  long distance and local service  there, on May 7. The telephone  equipment was not damaged by  fire, but service was discontinued around 6 a.m. as a result of  water and falling debris.  Telephone men acted quickly.  Temporary long-distance service was given by setting up  telephones in another building,  and connecting the toll lines to  them. Local service was resumed at 1 p.m., a temporary  shelter for operators being provided by placing tents over the  telephone equipment.  I'nntpnsu  Talanhnna, flgi  nvviunui      IWiUtlllUlIU     Will  LIMITED  THE CRESTON REVIEW  with any needed improvements,  still it is'surprising to note just  how many citizens there are who  do not believe in the village borrowing money for any such purpose.  Likewise, "Rancher's" terse  statement of case has given the  commissioners the oppprtunity to  point out that if citizens generally  would pay their trade licenses and  poll taxes when these are due,  the village would have ample  funds to carry on all needed improvements without" having to  wait until midsuifiisier���������by which  time taxes have been fairly well  liquidated, and the check for the  fi-r>c+ h������alf_-r_������en������'_i liniiAf   -\������>r������fi<���������������    Vkac  come to hand.  In looking up the balance sheet  for 1929 it is found that almost  $1000 was last year collected in  trade licenses and poll tax and  according to the by-laws authorizing these levies both taxes are  payable at January 2nd, with the  employer called upon to pay the  poll tax on all employees who  have been on the payroll for two  weeks, and who are not paying  rates to a total of $4 to the village  in any other form. Say the commissioners: "With the $1000 aforementioned plus a more generous  afforded residents within the corporation of the village off Creston.  In connection with failure on  the part of any "merchant? trader  or employer of labor" to pay poll  tax for every male person in his  employ the Poll Tax By-Law provides .penalty, upon summaryi  conviction, of a sum not exceeding!  $100.  With trade license payments a  rather loose '.system has been allowed to continue since incorporation that is not in accord with  the by-law. This laxity has to  do with the manner of payment.  Before incorporation the provincial police came around  every  six  Kaslo Women's Institute has  an enquiry from a cannery firm  to know if 1000 tons of tomatoes  could be purchased in that district this year.  Some of Rossland's restaurants  are so filthy that the Miner is  demanding that the council appoint a sanitary inspector to look  after eating houses.  &  l_������ll.B_BOOOOOaOeOBBOBBO_������  ���������Eg,  gr \W9~  a**  ._*������._*_*������!_     MtAftXA  *p������rsona������ ������y   n__j j  CUIICCWCU  the trade licenses. Under thej  village legislation there is no  stuipulation that the village clerk  shall call, although this system of  personal: call by the village clerk  has been followed, but it should  be understood that this is a courtesy that has been shown-r-and a  courtesy that has not infrequently  been not at all kindly received in  some cases and suggested date for  _teferred payment somewhat lightly regarded by others.  According to the village By-Law  No. 3 trade licence money must  be paid   in   precisely   the   same  ���������  * ���������     '    _ ' >   ���������     ��������� - ������������������'}  ��������� tmmmmmsmtmmm'mmmmmmmmmBm^mmmmmmm  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everylhing else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced.  liquidation earlier in the  year  of fashion as  ordinary  taxes  which    ordinary taxes village affairs could  nTTI ^, ^ ��������� I he   much   more   advantageously  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.!,        ,,    ,    ,, , ���������  Subscription:    $2.50 a year in advance; ? handled alL round.  As to poll tax there seems  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C F. SAYES Editor nnd CHvnsr  CRESTON,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,  MAY 30  Poll Te&c and Trade Licenses  "Rancher's letter in last week's  issue urging immediate action on  the part of the village commissioners to put the hard surface road  east of town in first-class shape  has proven a most timely contri-  dution, and while the Review  strongly favors the idea of securing a loan, if necessary, to get on  no  occasion for hesitation in . making  January payment. The money  does not come out of the pocket  of the employer and the more  four dollars' he can turn into the  village treasury from such a source  so much the better for citizens as  a whole. The amount charged  is certainly not too high a sum to  levy on anyone who is provided  with a means of livelihood within  the village boundaries. People  outside the corporation are compelled to contribute and do not  enjoy quite   all   the   advantages  j Bring New Booms  to Your Home  with Gyproc  A WORK-ROOM for you  ���������a play-room for the  youngsters in the basement.  An extra bedroom or two in  the Attic. These are now  possible in your home at  little expense.  The new improved Gyproc  Wallboard that does not  burn and takes any decor-  arion will give you additional  space in your present home.  Easily and quickly applied,  structurally strong, it provides fire-safe walls, ceilings  and partitions.  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Consult him  today and ask for full information regarding Gyproc  Wallboard or write for interesting free book "Building and Remodelling with  Gyproc/*  are liquidated by a call at the  clerk's office or sent by mail, and  it may be of interest to know that  failure to pay on due date renders  delinquents liable to a penalty,  upon summary conviction, of a  sum not exceeding $250.  Better results in gathering in  trade licenses, however, may be  looked for when the commissioners amend the by-law so as to  make it necessary to take out a  licenses for the full year. At  present a six months' licence is  provided for and in that way  gives opportunity to" split the  payment iuto half-yearly instalments. For those wanting short-  term licenses provision can be  made for rebate if business is only  conducted for the half year.  Whether one does or does . riot  approve of the pay-as-you-go  policy of the commissioners it  must be apparent.that greater effi-  ency may be expected in the  handling of municipal affairs  where revenues due the village  are promptly available, and right  now is just as good a time as any  for the commissioners and all  others interested to inaugurate  minor regdjustments to make  effective the desirable and necessary change in the system of trade  license payments. The benefits  accruing from the prompt payment of every dollar of poll taxes  are too obvious to necessitate  greater urge to action..,  1  I  FOR SALE���������Kitchener range, in good  shape, $15.   Geo. Murrell, Creston.  Brunswick  _T^���������5������01r Ci 5  Reduced  to  ���������blA, 1 Y-rlVt-  CENTS  E' ... B    .  Or bring in one old one-  Victor  or   Brunswick���������and  get a now one for 65c,  For Salm By  Chas. O. Rodgers*        Creston, B.C.  &  V^__     __v     __      mm mm  <mm _imm_   __V'fe_ <*H_h ~Mf  . MAWSON  CRESTON  u  iH__________H_n__i  '44_ m .���������:v-j,i .*)**; ttWH  iiiiiiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiliilhtlliilill  H  :a__BBBS9������  :   _������_cCREATH  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  ..13  rs educed  You can save upward of $100 by buying  your new Ford now; See us if you are  thinking of getting;a new car this spring.  mr_/ r_     n������ ������r_i    ���������_?_"_. _-~_r������4__.   'ya*..;.r.'   ii^"S*.3~������ ������i"~ ".___    ^T\ tk_^5___:C!  ' ^"^ *"*      " !r-J-_t  *V"0    .JUi'' u   PO*vj������aJiHx/     ������������������v.  a >    .uuvimjwuitv    ������-/a m*_/v^_r    -������_r������_i .vi__.=w  model now in stock.  . Also some real buys  in used Cars and Tracks.  Let us give you an Estimate on firing  your House for Electric Lights   ���������  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inppcction and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the; shortest possible  ti.ae and at the shortest notice.  1  ���������  PR EMIC^T-Gf/tRA6'E  PALMER.   &     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  I  JWhen yon pay a small  bill use a Bank Money  Order. This method is  safe and economical.  Tellers at any branch of  the bank will gladly sell  you Money orders.  400  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HEAD OFFICII! - TORONTO  I Capital and Reserve $15,000,000 I  CRESTON        -       -        - J. S. W. CLOWES- Manager  Bronchos at Nolson, Invermero, Cranbrook, Farnle  I  I  Thrift  spending less  than  consists   in  you earn,  If by careful economy, you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings bal������  nnces and shall welcome your  account* _-_  i  (^������������������MM-i^-i* *_n i^m^m ____m_i     _i     ^u    ui     a     ______���������_. ___v     __     whl. Mtmt mmmtm.      Jk     Mtfw mtmmtmt mm  THE CANADIAN BANK  0_F COiMUMLERGE  Capita! Paid. Up $20,000,000  Reserve Wad $20,000,000  CrcMton. Brnncli  Tl. J. Parke*, MfttioB*r  ai  ���������*;;���������,  -  11 THE  CBESTOH BBVIEW  _~  r..  _4__^I>   THEATRE  ==-==BI_tpTrilN"G. TWO NIGHTS  1N11E  &i  9  "A Picture that Surpasses "Beau Gestet"  ���������with the romance of "Beau Geste" and the  jungle   thrills   of   "Chang"   combined   in   a  mighty spectacle.  ers 1    7000 Animals!  FEATURING  sooo  William Powell, Richard Arlen, Fay Wray  Glive Brook and Noah Beery  / have seen "Four .Feathers'* and personally  recommend it as a Wonderful picture.  ' " F. C. Rodgers.  tre  X1T-. Msm in  v������Xbbj  ������Vila 1     *&  wrrw NEIL HAMILTON   -   ���������  -;- -    CC paramount tytcture  Comedy.  Paramont News  Local and Personal  For all dry cleaning, neckties, curtains,  etc., try F. W. Conroy,.  Mrs. Maxwell  witls Her sou  Was a weekend visitor  Dsnzil, at Craubrook.  FOR SALE���������Purebred Irish Spaniel  pups; males, $10. A. Mirabelli, Creston.  WANTED���������Will purchase Jersey or  part Jersey cow.   A $L Goullng, Creaton.  -HAY FOR SALE���������Two or three tons  of alfalfa, in barn. P. R. Truscott,.  Creaton.  Murdoch McLeod, registered optometrist,, will be at Erickson, on Monday,  June 2nd.  . Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Armstrong were  Spokane visitors at the weekend, leaving  on Friday.  FOR SALE���������Two good secondhand  sewing machines, eaay terms. Apply  Singer Shop.  Dr. Taylor of Spokane waa a weekend  caller at Creston, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  J. P. MacDonald.  FOR sAI-F,���������Several lots, fine location  near school, price $125 and up. Algot  Anderson, Village.  Mrs, Fisher of Victoria, arrived at the  first of the weelc on a visit with her  brother, Frank Bunt.  FOR    SALE���������Democrat,,   furniture,  hive of bees and hive equipment. E. J.  Malthouse, Camp Lister.  Suits cleaned and pressed from 75 cents  and up. All kinds of alterations and  repair work.   F, W. Conroy,  FOR SALE���������Mare, 7 years old, suitable for ranch work? also buggy, harnesB,  plow, pruning outfit, apple picking ladder,   v. Mawaan, Creston.  MILCHyCOWS   FOR   SALE-^Just  freshened or will freshen soon.   John R.  Miller (Alice Siding), Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McLaren and  family were weekend visitors with friends  in Spokane, making the trip by auto.  FOR SALE ��������� Household furniture,  baby buggy, sealers. Also electric iron  in good shape,   John Kan-da, Creston.  Bass .ismng.,continues good, W. J-  Hinley turning up with a _��������� pound 1  ounce specimen on Monday morning for  regisratioi^ in^the Vic. Mawsoa fishing  competi)feIoa^'y������:i;Y. ,,-:���������;���������  Charlie:.X!jot^_^l%ibf Nelson spent the  boliday weekend: with his mother, Mrs.  H. CotteriH,; $&&.< was accompanied by  Fred Burnett^ the same city,- formerly  resident here.  013ie and Misses Ly da and E na Christie  aisd Sally Johnson were motor visitors to  Cranbrook at the Kootenay m schools*  athletic tournament in the divisional, city  Saturday and.Sunday.  Due to the annual flower show coming the day following the date of the  regular meeting, the June session of  Creston and District Women's Institute  has been fixed for Friday, 20th.  '    ������   ���������, v Y  Mr. and Mrs. W. BeHanger of Jaffray  were weekend visitors with the latter's  parents, 5������r.,ahd Mrs. Geo. Johnson.  They were accompanied by Miss Dilley.  who teaches "school at that point.  The Creston T'cBstri ct had a touch of  three degrees of frost early on Monday  morning, and reports would indicate that  considerable damage has been done to  strawberries and early garden stuff.  Mrs. Ernest Gammon of Nelson' has  been a visitor he^e this week with Mr.  and Mrs. Hassard, prior to leaving for  Revelstoke where Mr. Gammon is now  in charge of Provincial police work.  Creston lost Sunday's baseball fixture  at Sandpoint by a margin of 2 to. 0, providing the fastest article of bail ever  seen in the neighboring state. In one  inning Fortin delivered only four balls to  retire the side.  Manager Rodgers is putting on another  two-night attraction at the Grand, on  Friday and Saturday, June 6th and 7th,  when the wonderfully adventurous film,  * 'The Four Feathers,'''' wilt be presented  at popular prices. ^,  Mr. and Mrs. Dowd Cannady of Kellogg, IdahOj were visitors here this weeky  and on Monday left by auto on a visit  to relatives in southern Alberta, accompanied by the latter's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Ov D. Bliss.  Another notable addition to government road work equipment was made  this week, when-delivery was taken of a  35 h.p. AHis-Chambers caterpillar tractor,  which is now atttwork on- highway ii_u  ��������� pro vemen ta wsest, of .here. - ��������� v,  Creston and District Women's Institute are planning to have- the annual  flower show on Saturday, June 14tb.  This would indicate that the season is  Imost two weeks earlier than 1&29 when  the flower show was on 29th.  Creston on his tour of western Canada,  and will speak at the Fail Gospel Tabernacle on Tuesday evening, June 3rd.  Don't fail to hear this talented speaker.  According to Telephone Talky the  house o-gan of the B.C. Telephone Company, Creston central has now. 120 telephones in use, as compared with 111 at  the first of the "year.  F.  H. JAcKSO  REALESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  LAND    FOR   SALE  80 acres near Creston, Lot 9270, price  $1500, or best offer. Apply MARSDEN,  Taghum, Nelson.  Greatest Eleven-Acre bargain in Koo'-  enay. Overhead irrigation. Improv-  ments and land cost owner Over $12,000.  Sale price $4000. Address Geo. Nickel  or Monrad Wigen, Creston B.C.  Another Fifteen-Acre Bargain, with or-  ! chard of 50 trees from. 12 to 20 years  old. Two "acres equipped, with overhead ifrrigatiori. Two dwellings and  other buildings. Cost the owner close to  $10,000. Sale price $3500. Address  Geo. Nickel or Monrad Wigen, Creston,  B.C.  x  Mosquito I ime Specials I  KATOL STICKS, 50c. box  INSECT POWDER, $1.00 lb.  FL.Y KEL LIQUID, 8 oz.t50c; 16 o=b.-75c.; 32 oz.,$l  Summer Parasols,   Sun Visors,   Colored  Glasses*. Swim Caps, Tennis Goods, Baseball Goods, Flags, Picnic Kits  Kodaks and Films  C3  STORE  THE  REXALL  STORE  GEO. 13. -S_.E-_.iJ_r  3  E_  -El  V~-~^A-A_*_V_ \./K .jK.A.  m  Now that   Spring as here, tell  moving job   you   want   done.  large or too small.  ns about that  Nothing   too  Wo invito you to inspect our  new stock of  IWom's Shoes  mWaWMaMSetf^S  W&fPmi *af*W&ieS-  wWSWmrJBt& BjWwflr������rl!94_P  and  ��������� BMaSmn WensIIs  Full stock.    Priced right,  0mm   lIWmMm*WBM8mffmwB  Shoe and  Harnmm   Repairing  FOB SALE���������Team grey   Percherons,  weight 2800 lbs., and harness.. No reasonable offer refused. J. Jauncy, Wynndel.  Mrs. Geo. Young and sonf Jack, were  weekend visitors at Cranbrook, where  Mr. Young is- at present a hospital  patient  FOR SALE���������Five dozen year-old hens,  White Leghorns, 75 cents each. Ira  Willis  (Ostendorf ranch, Alice Siding),  Creaton.  COW FOB SALE���������Ayrshire, second  calf, freshened about a month ago, heavy  milker, $85.  H. Tooze (Maxwell Ranch),  Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Kelly and  daughter, Evelyn, were motor visitors  to Spokane for a visit with Wends at the  weekend.  "Pentecost'? will be the subject discussed by Rev. R. B. Cribb at the United  Church services at Creaton, Canyon and  Wynndel on Sunday.   v-  Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lacey of Elkhprn,  Manitoba, are motor visitors to Creston  this week, guopts of his parents, Mr. and  Mra. J. T. Lacey.  Creston's dog population is on the decrease. Up to the end of May only 80  tags havo been purchased from the village  clerk.   80 were issued last year,  Tuesday next, Juno 13rd, is King's  Birthday, and the pdUoilteo and bunk  stafla will have it holiday. All other  place, of business, of course, will be open,  Creston high school baseball team continued the sonson'u winning otreolc by  beating Fernto high,school nine by a  Bcora of B to A at Cranbrook on Saturday.  M\m Gladys Wcbator, who la ou tho  teuchlng staff of the consolidated school  at Michel, spent the weeknncl with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Webufct-r,  Capt. Finney of tho Solvation Army,  staff, Cranbrook, spent W-dneadny Sri  Creston. making a roundup for tho jielif-  donlnlfund, and met with a verygoner-  The Rodgera box factory haa completed  the make of atnwherry crates for thta  sou-an. Tho demand for these ^uHcaten  nt Irwot n 2ft jw wnt. decrease- \n the  crop na compared with "t.fiKlDi.' '  Misses Bumstead and Meld rum of the  school teaching staff and Ben Crawford  were among those from Creston at Cranbrook on Saturday to see the local high  school team trim the.Fernie higu- school  nine at baseball that afternoon.  S. A. Speers left on Thursday last for  a few weeks' visit with friends at points  in eastern Canada, visiting at Calgary  and Saskatoon en route. He will be  Creston's representative at the big international Shriners' ceremonial in Toronto  early in June.  H. K. Whtmster of Pentieton. who was  in charge of Creston aub-central of the  Associated Growers last season, was renewing acquaintances in town this week.  We understand he wilL be one of the rep-  3*p_en6aiEves off the Associated Growers on  the prairie this year.  Rev. J. Eustace Purdie,B.D., a formrr  Anglican minister, now principal ol the  Canadian Pentecostal Bible College,  Winnipeg, Man., will be passing through  4  ���������i  ���������i  *  4  i  4  4  4  REG:WATS0N ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   DRAYINQS   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  'wrww-0: w*r.  ���������t.1 w-wve ��������� w 'www -w v ���������  'P'^V.'^VV-  ���������yrw^'w-T-  Tf^'ffrf  ��������� y.iyW'W   V V^'-yyT L WW  ��������� . "W"  ^' v' v ���������' ������������������" vu w' v  The Consolidated Mining'"&���������  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd*  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia   -v  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  _L������ 4fc ii ftipiA ii m**fm\+jtt\\Mjm\*jk*MJtLj*^mA^Mmmttk^famJLMJilk.������ l\tmM%t\ m\m&*Jtk**&**  n J-,---iw A>ii-ila mi*mm% *mt^mdmkntJiu*MLi 4k������* J__aM__L>������4-fc----U----i  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Notice to Public Carriers  A few w������c������lcs hence you may enjoy a  vacation, with a. thousand shrills In the  Wonderland pFlhe .Canddldh Rockies,  Pacific Coast Alaska, W������������������ Coa$t Vancouver klmc&r Eastern Carwd_/ or even  Overseas.  DAILY  MAY IS  TO  SEPT. 30  QOINC3   PLACES  AND   SIS-SUMO  THINGS  ���������"���������-"-'j 1 ir'-iiiriiuiiJlM-M--n-B-Wi_mMllMlUiUU^ UUl^���������^-^-^^-^^^^^^^^..^^^^^^^^^^^^,^^^,^^^,^*mmmiwmmm**Mw*mmmmimm^mmiw������4wmmmi*m*mimmmmmmmmmmm  PACIFIC  COAST  EASTERN CANADA  NOTICE 1&.3CI eby glivon tbnt byProela-  mnt'on off the Lioutenant-Govoraor made  the 7 th day of May, 1:080, Fart V. of th<������  "I-Hgliway AotH oame into ioirco on tho  16th day of May, 1980. and after tho  aaltl In&t-mentloned date no person ahull  carry upon a highway En any unorganized  district or on any airtcrml or primary  highway within a munil_ipaHtyB bymoar(fl  mi a public vohIe]_, th������ l3uasn������sM3 of a  public carrier of freight, or of na������aoriEorfl,  'or of 'paaaonKorB and freight, Mnle&������ ho la  tbi> holder of n publk oarrJera* llconoe  thorofor or l& ex.mptew under Fart V. of  the ^HlKhwuy Act,'1' or rogulnfclorvH made  thcreunitlftr. ���������    .   .  OoploB of tlio regultitlona and application lormR for Hconceaenn he obtain ad,  and further Jnformatlion received from  tho Ohk'f Bnglncor��������� Bepartin.nt of  3?ublio Worksi P'ttriiiamon. Bultclinjso,  Vktorlo, B.O.. or from tho HlRhway  Trwfflo and 0tiSliioa Englnoor, Court  Howuu Vancouver, W,Y.-.  _  N. S.XOIJGHIiJBD,  Mhiltttor of PuMIe Worl<������.  Fiirllttimont BulWit>i������H,  1 VletoBflo, B.C., May-MVIflaO.  CHOICE  OF  THREE  PICTURESQUE  ROUTES THROUGH THE ROCKIES  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmkm^  STOPOVER AT RENOWNED  RESORTS  No expensive Side Trips, necessary  Hotels M<t on the line, and In the heart  or magnificeint Scenerv.  TICKETS MAY BE ROUTED VIA THE  GREAT LAKES  on payment $10.00 additional for Berth  ���������and Meals.   THREE TRAINS DAILY  The DeLuxe Trans-Canada Limited  The Imperial The Dominion  AHA'SKA  Visit the Mystic Northland  on ������ palatial Princes* Liner  From Vancouver *nd return  mmmm ������������������ r.  WEST COAST VA^COUVEK  ���������  ;"'"-r ��������� ISLAND  A cruise historically Inter-  $qq   ���������������������dti^Lair*  $30  W *mv     From VlctorT* and return        ^^ w  L.OW IFARES  TO'  may n re aePTEMucn so  UNITED STATES  Niv������ Ihw Cwdtun P������e|ftci Am*rrt $** you Ml puUculon  _ ^m W3mm*jsmmmJk g__m  mSM. B.i9i<ai%-Al.l<CSnl' i w^(mmm%$0m 1 Hbnti  'CttttvVa-miilMn  I IVl-l-W tlKti4W������������ <T<M4mt#T* EH***  ������^|MH������HM*MIM1W^IM  <***n*  '\. '���������>������������������;:���������.:-...;.���������*���������.���������������������������:'.'���������-'/;  ^-pffl^ry^tMniHwaBab-i  WTE    BEVTTCW.    OT.KSTO>T,    B.    C.  WS'RliSIL-C. ������ -9  igf ������ . @ m_a ^S^P____1__BBN -9 ��������� *NBVr  When, you steed new energy,;  when you are hot and mouth is  dry���������pep xtp wSthWriglsv's���������!e  moistens moutih and throat-  The increase-c- flow of saliva  feeds new strength to the blood*  you can do more��������� you feel  better.  Keep awake with Wrigky**  ______  CK34  New Use For Wheat  Light Crop Cans Bo Made Profitable  By Feeding- To Poultry  With the present uncertainty which  prevails in the wheat market the Dominion Department of Agriculture  finds that farmers are paying more  at.eut._ua to the marketing of grain.  crops thrp-ughJive stock. Some 1m--  poriaafc janci -. an^i^tuig-- Results -have:,  come to light, and not the least interesting is the experience of an Alberta farmer who had a light crop  which he could not sell at the elevator. He had: a. flock of poultry and  started feeding: the wheat to them and  marketing- it in the form of eg-gs  through the local egg pool. "When  the -winter was over he figured -up  his costs and found that he had sold j " "     '~'~ "~"~- '"  the  wheat  thus  fed at   an   average   "Ian   To   Encourage  price of $5 pee bushel. Another west- j Community  ern  farmer  with a modest flock  DONT SUFFER  - '     '        .-'    '  ' ./.-' ���������,.'���������'     ��������� ^^ ftp  is������_?M R_m__s:g-������_-_g  she a oh BjrrHB_vi-B-~>~^v<-9  IHSIGEStiOH  Do you suffer after meals wxth a  belching, from iourand acid stomach?  Many believe ihSy have heart trouble.  and tremb.e^with fear, expecting-any  minute to^dircp dead. This condition;  can be ****v������r*t������iL likewise relicvea.,  Ta|ce Garler^r Little  LiverPfllSY  after meala and neutralize the gases.  Sivceicn ^Uesoui: sna scsd stomach, relieve the ga������ arid encourage digestion.  The stomach, liver and bowels wrfl  be cleansed ������������������of' poison, painful and  dangerous indigestion oisappearii and  the system enjoys a tonic effect. Don t  delay. Asl<; your druggist for a 25gj  pkg. of Carter's Little Uver Pills.  ress  i  of  150 bards kept his family throughout  the winter on the income from tho  eggs, and he states that his gross income for the winter from the flock  averaged ������200 per month.  raunity interest in  music,  arts-and  handicrafts.      In respect to all this,  the competitions will take into' consideration the full calendar year and  awards will be made at tho end of  each year. In. discussing the project,  Dr. Black said: "It is recognized that  the people Sn a great many of the  communities of ��������� European  crlgiii ia,  -the prairie provinces^  been' shd^i_tg:.:;&Ki: .csceciaingiy; flae^ ia������  "lorest in"_ha)_i_tg; fulf uaeT of ������������������__fe :_sfci_-:  -tics and influences:--which;.pur';i2_ma-  dian \_ri_ti.u���������-bns; provide in ./agrictd-,  ture, education'" and^ btherwrise.' It is  the desire of the railway company,  in undertaltlng to direct these competitions for a period of five years, to  give encouragement to such communities as are showing a determination,  to  _tl&k_ "US6 -i&f. Su-U S-_ip_ia3a_iQ  tO tho  fullest extent the best that our country provides in the development of  citizenship."  WEmM~������i>  ������-"'������__** "  mon&i. Ho _i_ig he!3������e<3. Thccs  ���������Seo_m_-8_Iw_' ������a_ed Ltchlnc. P*i������ i- -  m_sa~-.Pil������Beooafi������a_."E.C, A_l_y.Insta_.fc  relief. Pi1_������ vanish. Agoid-K-tfe.AU aruyqigfri.  -.ritiHit  Planning New Dirigible  ,i������-iv������..  Ml     JEWS ;-,.jp, t*_-������������3_"     ..mm**.-  *.���������'.-" -   JLarge^ Than;the'i<jthe_������v '':;'-,;-���������  . .Britain  shortly wiii huiid- a\imrdY  giant ' dirigible   for ' regular - trans-  Atlantic.scrvico, it became^:known.  The ship will be called the R-102^  the others being the R-100 and R-101.  It is to be larger, faster and more  economical than the others.  The **!a.xi9 for the R-l 0 2 were sa.**I  to be la the hands of the designers.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  i  William J. Locke, widely known  British novelist, died in his Parts  borne, May 15, after a long- illness.  He was 67 years old.  The Federal Government is seriously considerEng a proposal strongly advocated by Hois. I>. G. McKenzie  while here���������the granting of pensions  to the blind.  Through the British embassy at  Warsaw, Poland fcas accepted an invitation to send an ofScial representative to the World's Grain Exhibition  and Congress to be held En Regina in  2932.  Max Valier, German pioneer in experiment and research with rocket  motors, was fatally injured while  -working on a mode! of a new liquid  oxygen rocket. A. piece of the recoil  motor blew out and struck "Valier in  the neck. His jugular vein was sev^  ered.  It Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia Tacks the nerves or lumbago  cripples the back is the time to test  the virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  OH. Well rubbed in it Witt still the  pain and produce a sensation of ease  and rest. A trial of it wiil establish  faith tn it.  a.Jit-W������-^j������W^-*^-^^*^^^^-"W^-^W������^~M-'^^^ff^i������Wg  _ miliar Ilsiinii  r W|f-iiii m m      W*������   Canadian National Railway Will Give  Prizes. For Competition  Plans which seek to provide aw substantial contribution to the encouragement of community progress and  development, and the attainment of  the fullest possible measure of Canadian citizenship by those rural communities In Western Canada which  are of European origin, have been  developed by the Canadian railways  according to an announcement just  made by Sir Henry Thornton from  the head offices of the railway company at Montreal.  These plans initiated and developed  by Dr. W.  J. Black, director of tho  Departments of Agriculture and Colonization, of the National System, in-  ; volve the carrying out oC a series of  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JUNE 1  CONTRAST     BI__^V_-B-<.     FAITHFULNESS AKT> SLOTHFULNiSSS  Golden Text: "Weil done, good and  faithful servant: thou hast been  faithful over a few things, I will set  thee over anany things; enter thou  into the joy of thy lord." Matthew  25.21.  Lesson: Matthew 25.14-46.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 40.1-S.  jLixpianationu aural Codiuioura  (By AnnebeUe Worthlngton)  TM ANAEMIC GIRL  Who Has Lost Her Charm and!  Beauty j  "She seems to be losing her'  looks." This remark is often heard  about girls who were once noted for  their sparkling eyes, their rosy  cheeks and their vitality, The cause  La not far to seek���������they have become  anaemic; that accounts for the pallor  and the loss of charm. The anaemic  girl, if she neglects her health, may  be a sufferer all her life.  Take heed, you pale, anaemic girls.  Ptenty of fresh air, nourishing food  and rest will help you, but what you  need most is good blood. Those  wretched headaches; that fickle appetite and those terrible heart palpitations can only toe banished if the  blood is rich, red and pure.  Good blood���������the kind that brings  good health is created by Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills. The whole mission  of these Pills: is to build rich, red  health-giving blood. The Pills are sold  by all dealers in medicine or by mall  at 50 cents a box front Tho Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co., Brock ville, Ont.  The Commission Received,  verses  14, is.���������The situation as regards the  Kingdom  of Heaven,  said  Jesus in  His "parable of the Talents, is com-  j- | parable to that of a man. who, about  competitions among  such   communi- ! to go to another^ country, callsj^tp?  ties in the three provinces, Alberta, j g^^^^^l^te^Sio^  PILES  are quickiy  Soethed&Heated  -    -        BY  -Buk  LfflEffea's Mevinrr Ste&rcr&vs  3269  Preference From Bermuda  A preference to Canada on agricultural produce Eind on fish has been  g-ranted by Bermticla, according to a  telegram received by the prime minister from the Hon. R. Black, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of  Bexinuda.  Dampers Carry Minimi'*,  Rains in London wore so heavy  this wlntor that some wood pavement stroota were Impassable *or  iievera! days.  CfOl  mn, QUICK*  I1AIIMLBHS 4^m������mpc  CMIdimQvJforlt  Tho tailored one-piece frock in  printed wool crepe lengthened with  i a Ssiited plaited flounce is a copy o������  an elder frock of sports character.  It haa a crisp pique collar and is  helped at normal waistline. Inset  pockets arc placed at either side bo-'  low tho waistline.  Stylo No. B209 is as comfortable as  it is wmart. and so cosy for the little  miss of 8, ���������,0, 12 and .14, years to fllip  into in the,morning for classroom.  It Is suitable for many of tho reason's new fabric a, ns tweed In brown  and yellow tiny check pattern with  yeHIaw piqi-io collar, wool jersey in  hunter's greon, covert cloth in deep  maroon rod Hhado, knitted jor������oy  wi>avo in horizontal Btripoa In orange  and blue tonaa with atrjpes reveraod  iov kilted flounce or skirt < and  orange-red Hportswoight linen with  white collar and trim.  ���������  TwoGcl^Hlto cottons, printed pkiuo,  cropo do chine, plain and checked  gingham and wool challls prints.np*  praprLuto.  Pattern prlco 25 cento. Bo sure to  flU In .hI/a of pattern, Address Pat-  tdrn Popartmont.  Hotw To Onlcr Patterns  i:NQ.|mG.ER:S,U:FI:l:RS  ���������lOAiriHiyrft;  .W.W������fi������W������-I*!i_UC.  wrH������������ Mr. VI.   Tluouajiikda mat __urtlp������  lli-������r-ft.-.������<|-������������;'ii_ri������K  l^bOtl lH#raii._>tir������������[N  AOdresa.: Winnipeg Newspaper "Unton,  I7B IVInDormot Ave,, Winnipeg  Saskatchewan and Manitoba, to be  held annually for a period of five  years, for \vhich one set of three  prizes will.be awarded in each province each year. These prizes will be  substantial, the first being $1,000, the  second ������500, and the third $250, and  they will be -awarded on the understanding that the money be utilized  ; in community work of some progress  i sive nature. It -is planned to have  the competitions commence this year.  The   Departments ������>f Agriculture  and   Colonization,    of   the   National  Railways,  will assume  the  responsibility of conducting the competitions,  but hearty co-operation and support  in   the   carrying   out   of   the   entire  scheme has been offered by various  departments  of  the   provincial  governments  which  have  chiefly  to  do  with matters of rural community progress and welfare. Leading men and  women in western life also Intimated  ^that  the project   has   their  support  and approval.      For the judging- of  the competitions tn each province, a  committee of three outstanding citizens will be selected.  ,   It is proposed to confine the competitions  to  rural  municipalities,  or  ,groups    of    school    districts- within  municipalities  in which  the  population is made up   of   people   of continental . European   origin,   first   or  second generation.     It is recognized  that the interest which these people  take in co-operating to make effective tho policies of such departments  of government as have  to  do  with  agriculture,    education    and    public  health, may be regarded as nn index  of the people to tho advantages of  what the Dominion provides towardn  Infltiending their .status as good citl-  zpnfl, It has, therefore, been docidod  that emphasis Hhall be placed upon  tire things which these departments  regard as   of   greatest   importance.  Consideration will be Eflvon to such  matters as percentage of school attendance, eulclency   of   tho   school,  porcpntnjro of young people attending  secondary schools, coilogbn or universities,  evldonco  of interest- In matters relating to public health and social woltaro, percentage of membership in .armors' organ!aatlottfl, pinch  afl the' co-oporatlvo , markQting pools,-  agiiculttit'al bocIoUch, womons* InHtl-  tufcos, etc.,  and evidence of general  pro groan   towards   Improvement   of  agricultures methods, throughout' tho  particular   community   ou,  aron   involved.    Special    consideration    also  will bo  i;lvon to  evidence  of  com-  of the parable, the "mart'? represents  Christ; his "goods," all possessions-  life, physical and-mental powers, etc.,  ���������which ar������ represented as God's property, entrusted to men, His servants, as a loan.  The Commission Carried out, verses 16-18.���������The* one who received five  talents lost no time, but straightway  went and traded with them, and.made  other five talents. In like manner he  that received two talents doubled  them. But he that received the one  talent went away and hid it in the  earth. It was a common practice in  the East to bury money for.,, safekeeping, but his Jbrd wanted increase  as well as safetyY =  The Faithful Ones Rewarded, verses 19-23.���������After a long time the lord  returned and made a reckoning with  his servants. The one who doubled  his five talents he recommended in  these words: "Weil done, good and  f aithful servant: thou hast been  faithful over a few things, I will  set thee over many things."  The Slothful One Punished, verses  24-30.���������"Lord, I knew that thou  art a hard man" (austere man, Luke  19.21"), said he who had received -one  talent, "reaping where thou didst not  sow, and gathering where thou didst  not scatter." He uses proverbial expressions for an unscrupulous, grasping man. It Is , "all work and no  pay" in .his lord's Service, his lord  ���������"takes all the increase and gives the  laborer no share in the reward," he.  thus says. "And I was afraid," he  continued,.,, "and went away and hid  they talent in tho earth; lo, thou hast  thine own,"  "Thou wicked and slothful servant!" exclaimed his lord. "You called  mc h:-.rd. I call you a churl,���������A. 13.  Bruce. "Out of thine own mouth will  I judge theo, Luke 19.22. If thou  knewest this, thou oughtest to have  put my money to the bankers,, and  at my cominer I should havo received.  mine own with interest."  Tho Judgment, rorsos 31.40.  Will Be Speeded Up To 150 Feet a  Minute  The moving" stairways connected  with London's famous underground  -Silwavs sr_ ^^ !>_ g������>������������������c'<������cl tii>- At  present this speed is 90 feet per minute. Experiments are being made with  a stairway travelling at 150 feet a  minute. Regular passengers who nip  on and. off the escalators with agility,  would be glad to have them go fastei*,  but the many who still regard them  as perilous innovations will be more  inclined than they are now to use  the omnibuses.  Miller's Worm Powders are the  medicine for children who are found  suffering from, the ravages of worms.  They'i_Kmed������at_ly'~ltsrit_ie'*iston_.achI_r  conditions under which the worms  tern, and, at the same time, they are  subsist and drive then, from the sys-  tonical in their effect upon the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation and ensuring immunity  from further disorders from such a  cause.  Aa the Scots Said  The news .'that Weihaiwei is being  relinquished by Britain to China may  recall; to- a .few old-timers. Punch's  cartoon of more than thirty years  ago, showing two aged Scots eng:ag������d  in the following dialogue: First Soot  ���������"Ah see wa hae Welhaiwcl."  Second Scot���������"Hae we ?" First Scot  ���������"Aye, we hae."        ' ' .  Palter_j No,  I   t   t   ������   *   ���������   i  BI230  ���������   ������*���������*���������  N   M   *   H   m   <*   ������  Ko Asthma Remedy Like It. Dr.  J. D, Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is  distinctly different from other so-  called remedies. Were this not so it  would not havo continued its great  work of relief until known from  ocean to ocean "for its wonderful  value. Kellogg's, the foremost and  best of all* asthitfa remedies, stands  upon a reputation . founded in- the  hearts of thousands who have known  Its benefit. *  Persian Balm is irresistible. 'Fragrant as summer flowers. Cool as a  mountain spring. Wonderfully invigorating. Softens and whitens tho  hands. Makoa skin'soft-tcxturcd and  youthful. Used by women as a powder bago and as a poor!ess aid to  lovely comploxlons. Used by men aB  an ofCocltvo hair flxativo or shaving  lotion. And for children, nothing  soothes and protects their tender  hUIit lilco tho delicately cool Persian  Balm.  w.   W.  v.  lean  ,     -    !  1 0 \NV%        *   *   ������   ���������    I-   f_ *���������   WH  *   k   ���������   t    ������   ������    *    ������    (    t    (    |    ������ H    I    ������   )    *    ������   t  j_!<nl \hv hipmln with MUlium.������.  Loiidomfo Privilege  ...A. prlvSlogo which belongs to the,  City of London is that Its macos and  Its flwordfl may b- carried upright  ThlB privilege was granted to tho  city in 1������G4, and whoro .other corpora  at ions slopo tholr maces and tiioir  swords, ihft City maces may be" carried upriight, aad tho City swords  generally aro no born;o, tn tho warno  way an tho Stato swrtrd is borne bo-  foro tho King, as an omblom of sovereignty.  ���������l>eadly War Weapon  A new war weapon is being constructed secretly in England. This  is a glan t alrplano torpedo;' operating  without a crow, its engine and  course controlled by clockwork-^ and  its .hull .a mere, receptacle :,,for  bombs.! Tho control i������ set and on  arriving at the appointed moment,  tho onglno stops and the machine  crashes to oarth with Its deadly  IbaiV '    "  Beclamatlon of l,0Dtt HCpiuro mites  of, land of: Tho Pas, Manitoba, I ���������  planned. ,'��������� ���������'."'''','  Italy has American talklem.  r  Market For Salt IncreaNlug  Tho Canadian production   of   salt  ������3co������pk. for nmrcll oxportn 1������ wolrl iv������  Canada principally "to tho dairy,  meat wiring:, ftehertas, i and oliomlcal  liuluatrial, and an trj,blo wait for  hoiiHeholtl u������o. Tho niatltot'fcvrJ.Btttt'v,.  to' Oannfla* Ijj ������teaOlllj^*^_ic^^lag_'''>,r;,!','|''  'Uri1*      a.     A* ** __[  i1 IffStCm i-klCl  For all pains and aches, foot  troubloai, cuts and bruiaos, or  ISenoral maHflaglng- purposoa,  Minardi olmi^ly can't bo ho������t-  CB<-._  ItJi^gS  KIMG OF PAir  INIME ^3_o_^^ a  f%.   I _  r * ' J r  Y-ff-  Your Grocer the  race o?  ������*  dJ--'  Grandma laughed- as she glanced  We Bear Ik  So you can now "buy from your grocer, at  the reduced prices, the Red Rose Tea he has  in stock, regardless of the prices that may be  on the packages.  Eyery one who uses Red Rose Tea is guaranteed at all times the best value that tea  can be. ���������',..:''>'"    y'  And every merchant who sells it is guar-'  anteedt a fair profit regardless of markets or  tariff changes.  T������   HL  Estabrooks   Go/ Limited  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  *?!S5 ���������������?*!* SiliiSB.S! ������BI ESB1 ���������!��������� JJJ |||{(|Il|IIIIt IRIS  M" ���������������><'��������������� tiBriiciiaieirn I Hit  SB-  -S  SIJLTV  ,__  _ -BT-   ���������..  S.':     CHRISTINES   WHITING _  S ;";._*AR--__:KT_SRtv'. ���������.;-,;;   .; .'jg  :|5 Copyright 1929'' ;. ���������      /.y|������  eiu is-i.i ins .s.rssi.iuii tin iniiiiiii Eigiisiggr  CHAPTER XIV.���������Continued  ���������__. year before there had been talk  of building a main schoolhouse in the  center of the towni but the plan had  been abandoned because so many of  the children-came fronr farms-outside  the village that it would have been  necessary to send a bus to collect  them., and the. old way seemed easier.  'ThusV'C_tarrnian^hegan���������.her���������������������������duti'es.. as  teacher in the- very room where she  began her school days nineteen years  before. The small, brick building  was unchanged save for an impressive sign oyer the door which read,  "Ldmcoln School."    This replaced the  to the entire country unless some  change in its educational system  was made. ~)       ""-I ���������'-... ,."'.''*'","  "You'd think to hear 'em talk/'  raged Deacon Purdie. who always  flared into speech at any mention of  spending- money, either by the town,  himself, or one of his neighbors,  "thatwe folks that -went to tha old  schools ain't eddicated! I guess what  was good enough for us is good  enough-for the smart Alecks that  ' folks is "raishr* these days. I caught  that Eld ridge boy makin* a-^a disgraceful���������-er���������gesture at rne the  other day!"  "If he'd caught all.the people who  would enjoy doing the same thing,"  .grinned Jimmy /Bennett when Grandma related    th^  ^they'd reach, from here to the district  school- that he's so keen about! The  darned old hypocrite V   . Y ���������'.  But this time the deacon's faction  had triumphed. -  "If it hadn't," said Grandma regretfully when Charmian told her  that the coveted "job" was landed,  it would be a sight easier for you,  battered, weatherworn . board that j child. You'll have to start the cold-  had designated "District Four,'.'/ and est part of the day to walk that dis-  was a concesion to the daring souls] tance. It makes me shiver just to  who declaored>that district schools ] think about it. I wish Ed Purdie had  had "gone out of fashion," and that   to walk it for you. He'd soon change  Wickfield would be a laughing-stock  ISS-??;-::  tm  m  :^Og//Nof"7Hg^*  't-ate"; ������6:^^y;jlf Y  f,Your Vegetable Compound  Is  a  good medicine.  Anyone who is in poor health  should not hesitate to try it,  When I was txtldnp! the'Vegetable ��������� Compound ��������� t ��������� tried J trie,.  onmple -Liver' :l*ill.a I found' in'  the ,. package.'. - I ��������� have'' taken."  them every rduht since and I  can, feel ��������� i ftiysclf In-proving;, if  am. ��������� ������o ��������� thankful forthe * jgood.'  they do me that I have told  | several women   about: It.''-^���������  I'M'fs* G.' W. Fuslijf, _?6j Humn  St, Stratford,'Ontario.  ^<mmw^  W. ' n.   a.   MM  his mind about whether young folks  deserve a better school building!"  "Now ;.don*t/begin worrying; about  next winter," "laughed Charmian. "I  dare say the exercise will do me  good. I don't get half enough as it "Is  now." ������������������'   '^  It was the first of August when  Charmlan was notified off her appointment. Other ovents followed  quickly on its heels, the most astonishing,, of all being the Sunday morning when. Deacon Purdie surprised  the congregation'. by walking proudly  into churoh followed by tho blushing  I-ueHa (wearing the much-tallcod-of  yellow beads) and her six little olive  'branches,'  "I feel sortjof responsible, chuckled  Gam Garfield, who had stopped in after divine worship to talk the matter over with Grandma Davis. MI  laid it on so thick about tho coat of  settling tlie thing by' law, that I  guess Edgar decided it would bo  cheaper' to get hltahed. Anyway, they  went ovor to Eas-tforo yesterday  _ afternoon'and'tied tho !cno^ t haven't  hoard what bribe ho used to make  Luella' change hor inlnct, bu t she was  simpering enough this morning: to  j������10ttso anyone."  v:y MHw'mlght ai^toa'st,have, given tho  ' WddmgS'fe������-''to'_ Mr../' Merry/','.,'com*'  plained;��������� ttrandnj'a. . "What was1 tlio  Idea of going clear'to Eastboro V*  "Search mo 1!' replied the little lawyer, throwing out his hands in anox-  presHlvo gesture, "Maybe luck. Mr.  Morry performed the. last two core-  monlesV and the brides up. aiul dliocl  on him, as hiwio Baker, says, (Any -  way, (Gftrandmn,''.that lots, you out of  'uny,-trouble; ;Now that he's notblnfy to  gain by It the deacon will novor Set  It be known that you got the bettor  ,0-f him in n.'d_aL"  from the -window.  "Here they come now!" she exclaimed excitedly." They .must have  gone to meeting the long way 'round,  for I've been here every minute since  breakfast and neyer laid eyes on 'era.  befo.e. It looks sort of like a bridal  procession, G.am, with all those children attendants. My stars! I should  think even Euella Moore (and she's  a fool-if ever there was one}, would  know better than to give her babies  such a stepfather,; I pity the poor little things; but I suppose their mother is counting on Edgar's joining his  other wives in Kingdom Come, seeing he's so much, older, and- then  she'll come into the Purdie property.  Just look at how Edgar struts! He  did the same when he married Emma  Dodd, but with Carrie and Eva he,  was sort 6' drooping, they not being  so handsome as his first. I don't suppose you know if Luella got on a  new dress, Gamaliel?"  The lawyer shook his head.  :   "That's beyond me; but here comes  Charmlan  and  the  doctor.  Perhaps  they can supply the missing details."  He arose as the girl and her companion entered, and said triumphantly: "T beat you to it, Charmian!  Skipped out as soon^ as I decently  could and made a home run with the  news. We've just "been watching the  bridal party from the window."  "Doesn't it beat all?" cried Grandma. "Did Luella have on a new  dress, dearie? It looked to me like  her old blue made over."  eT can't. say " laughed CharmiaE..  <*T*   ..._ _    ^_._    4><._     4-1...511 _._!    _._4-_.t.._ _���������   __._.  j.   woo   acm.    _i/vr. uuiiicu    vvatvuiug    L.U_  bridegroom to have any eyes left for  Luella's raiment; The children spilled  oyer into the Merry's pew, Grandma*  but they behaved well.'-'  "I saw their new papa give one of  'em a dirty look, when she dropped  a hymn book," proclaimed another  arrival who proved to be Jim Bennett.  '���������/���������'/     -  "I got that, too," declared John  Carter. "I wonder if any one in  church can remember the text," he  added with a quiet laugh. '-The center of attraction was certainly not  the minister."  "Well," said the old lady, "I've no  doubt that Mr. Merry understood and  made allowances. Probably he had  considerable trouble keeping his own  mind on "the sWmori. Mr. Merry is  real human if ke is a minister. Did  you know if Luella had a new dress,  Jimmy? I'd admire to find out."  "Mother said it was an old one,  fixed up," replied Jim. glibly. "Guess  Edgar sprang the ceremony on his  love so suddenly (considering their  recent quarrel), that she didn't havo  time to visit her modiste."  Charmlan giggled, while the doctor  reproved her by saying: "I'm shocked  at your levity, Miss Davis. This is a  serious matter���������to Luella."  ���������"I'll say it is!" said Jim; and added, with a glance at the lawyer, "and  it's cost you a good case, Gaith,'i'sn  surprised you should let such an opportunity slip, through your fingers,"  "It was a sacrifice on my part," replied Gamaliel, sighing.'"! did it, Jim,  to save an old friend from getting  into trouble."  "He's joking," nodded the old lady,  "but there's a sight o' truth behind  the joke. You'll got your reward in.  the next world, Gam, if you don't  hero. He's referring to a . business  transaction I had with the deacon,  Jimmy," she explained, "I presume  Charmian told you about it at the  time." ,  "Sho did," grinned Jim. "My sole  regret is that I wasn't behind the  door with these precious oaves-droppers.", '  "Same hero," a������sertocl the lawyer,-  rising. "I'd have given ton dollars  for tho privilege of a front seat.  Well, Grandma, I must run along or  bo late to'dinner, All's woll that ends  well, and so long as Luella thinks  she'a. adorning. hor beauty with some  cosily produot or tho Orient, why no  harm's done. You going my way,  Jim ? I'll give you a lift."      ,  "You're a tlancly ahatchm.alc_r,  Grandma," remarked- John Carter, ats  tho callers dopartod ������md ho took tho  chair beside hor,       '';;/ ;��������� ;'^-;'/"-/'"'''  "Matchmukor I" ochoed (grandma in-  diguanily. "If I tliouglit I'd had anything to do with giving those Mooro  children such a moan stepfather, I'd  novor rest easy In my grave. There  goes George K. and Sollna. Thoy' re  waving. A nloo couple If ovor there  was one, and success?ul, too., Solinn  can wear a nllk dross ovory day if  nho wantH to; hut when tlioy were  marrlod Goorgo IC. waa just toogln-  nlng* at tho bank and earning lem/u  ton dollars a waoji, Wow he's presi  dent; and his three itpys all went __���������  college ana are a credit to him and  their mother. One of ^em. writes  poetry, and gets it printed in tho  magazines. I've always thought that  if Charmian had inore time she could  be a writer. Once she wrote a real  pretty piece about���������-" v  "Grandma Davis!" reproved Charmian from the doorway. "I forbid  you to boast about any youthful literary efforts. The subject is painful,  and I haven't a doubt that the doctor  wrote better ones himself in his early  days."  f'l can*, vouch -for comparisons,**  smiled the doctor, "but in my twelfth  year I produced a masterpiece that  caused a riot tn, the family. It began:  "The sun  was  setting  o'er  the  battlements.  &QH\xmn&  Witl- it you caia  easily-and quickly  make delicious���������  T*  _^_������.^'������**^ 4-*^*- -  ttnu     oxn  gents. . . . ���������,"  "It was a ballad, dealing with love  and covering six pages. My mother  treasured it for years."  "Of course she did," said Grandma  seriously, though her lips twitched.  <4Don't giggle so, Charmian. You'U  turt the doctor's feelhags. Is dinner  ready ? I feel hungry after so much  excitement; and I presume Lizzie  Baker'ilHbe over soon as she eats."  (To Be Continued.)  little Helps For This Week  TUB BORDEN CO., L_K_ETE_>  140 St. Paul W., Mojxtreal  Send me Free St. Charles Recipe Book  I  Man Without a- Country  Sam Holovhit, Russian, who fought  for Canada in the Great War, is officially a "man without a ^country.**  Though an alien, he is permitted his  liberty, for U.S. federal immigrations  have. tried thrice tn vain to find a  land to which they could deport him.  * "Commit thy works unto the Lord,  and thy thoughts shall be established."���������Proverbs xvi. 3.  When first thy eyes unveil, give thy  soul leave -  To "do "the like; Our bodies but forerun'  Th������ spirit's duty. True "hearts spread  and heave  "Ohto their god as flow'rs do to the  sun.  Give Him thy first thoughts then; so  shalt thou keep  Him company all day, and in Him  sleep.  ���������Henry Vaughan.  Every .morning before we cross our  'After Baby Came  Was Weak, Skinny  Gained 22 Lbs."  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Wo .srarve you with a arrillo \  % .TACK. VANIIOKN, Mumper, .  Trinity United Church dramatic club  is presenting the screamingly funny three  act comedy, "Nothing But the Truth/' at  the Grand on Wednesday night. Reserve seats are on sale at the drugstore at  75 cents, while the general admission is  60,and 35 cents.'  Creston baseball team is ont of town  again this Sunday, when they play their  first game against Troy. On the brand  of ball displayed the past two Sabbaths  Creston is about due to break into the  win column in its battle with the Montana league entry.  The peak of 1930 egg production is now  passed and tbe price to the seller has  advanced to 30 cents a dozen. With  large crews employed on road construction between Kuskanook and Eosweli  there should be an excellent local demand  Mrs. R, MYTelford, who has been secretary of the Women's Institute since  the first of the year, has resigned, and is  succeeded hy Miss Edith Crawford.  Mrs. Telford was a competent and e -  thusiastic secretary and her resignation  is accepted with great regret.  ;TFOR SALE���������2 Linoleum rugs, 9 x 12  and 9 x 9; 2 four-light electric fixtures:  fumed oak davenport; kitchen cupboard  with glass doors at top; single c: t with.  mattress; toifetset; oil stove; child's  commode chair; .stand for baby's clothes;  toilet articles.   C. H. Hare, Creston.;  E. G. Tsmmons, the local dealer, Te-'  ports quite a brisk demand for radios,  during the past week, some recent purchasers being R. H. Hassard, a'Majestic  Highboy model; E. Bill, new proprietor  of Creston Cafe, a Westinghouse Consol-  aire, and J. S. Brown has acquired a,  Radiola.  Creston had an aerial visit on Monday  from "Curly" Sommervilie, one of the  students at CM. o_ S. flying school at-  Kaslo and formerly at Creston, who  made the trip to pick up Pilot MePhee, I  who had spent the weekend here. The  landing and takeoff was made from  D_ek Lake, near Sirdar.      -     .  The - Creston- junior baseball team  ms������de the auto truck trip to Lumberton  for a game with the juniors of that town fo  but due to some misunderstanding ho  Lumberton team could be discovered and  after a half-hour search the Creston talent motored on to Cranbrook foil the  athletic meet in that town.  Work is expected to commence this  week on the new store Vic. Maws on is  erecting on his lot on Main street next  R. Walmsely's real estate office. He has  a piece of desirable property 25 x 100,  feet and will erect an attractive one-story  Store building, to be ready for occupation before the end of June. Geo. Hendren has the contract.  Creston was pretty well deserted on  May 24th. The younger element was  at Cranbrook and Lumbertonfor baseball  matches and with Saturday a holiday  many car owners took advantage of the  extra holiday to make the trip, to Spokane. The latter exodus' numbering  several Knights of Pythias who attended  a lodge session in Spokane on Saturday  evening.  Wild Rose Lodge Knights . of Pythias  elected officers for the last half of the  year at the regular meeting on Thursday  night, and for the next six months the  lodge will be in charge of:  C.C.���������C F7 Armstrong,  V.C.��������� Wm. J. Truscott.        ,  Prelate���������Joe Romano.  M. of W.���������R. A. Palfreyman.  K.R. & S.���������Sam Stcenstrup.  -   M. of E.���������P. R. Truscott.  M. of A. ���������A. Lovsatrom.  Inner Guard���������P. J. Hnle.  Outer Guard���������E. Davie,  Installation of tbe new ofllcers will take  place at the regular meeting next month,  A very interesting and comprehensive  report of the Kootenay Presbytorial of  the W.M.S. of the Prcsbyterlnn Church  recently held in Cranbrook, was given  by Mra. 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