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 P*oviraCial Library    ������������������.' .'-"aij&SJtV  .4  Vol. XXII.  CBESTON, B. Ci FjtoAY: MAY 16, 1930  N"  11  Council Business  Largely Routine  Make Grant of $35 Tennis Club  ���������Fyle Flag Letter of L.O.L.  ���������Pay April Accouts of $240���������  Defer New Sidewalk Building.  All members of the village council -were  "on hand for the May meeting on Monday night,   with   the   chairman,   P. H.  Jackson, presiding, when a considerable  grist of routine business was disposed of.  In the correspondence was a letter from  the Women's Institute asking for official  permission to hold a raffle some time  next month. The ladies will be advised  this is o k with the council provided tbe  provincial authorities are agreeable.  The Tennis Club submitted a bill  showing that $77 had been expended in  building the courts on the fair grounds  and the commissianers decided to make  a donation of $35 to the ciub.  The letter from the L.OX. re' national  anthem, displaying the Union Jack on  every possible occasion and not countenancing "O Canada" was ordered: fyled,  Paulson & Johnson wrote that they were  delaying their land sub-division work on  the east boundary of the village pendidg  a definite decision from the council as to  making Canyon Road, from the Premier  Garage to the east boundary of the corporation, a 60-foot street. The coun-J-  will write them advising that tbe matter  will have immediate consideration.  Correspondence in connection with the  purchase of a new siren'���������' fire alarm indicated that one of these devices suitable  for Creston would cost $450. Dr. Henderson will interview C. O. Rodge-s -with  a:yiew to arranging to having fire alarms  jsonn&d-by "the; steam ^Saist-e at J_i_f ^aw^'  mill and boaT iactory plant, with the*  council installing a telephone for alarm  purposes. ���������        ������������������'?.. .'���������������������������,-.  In connection with poll tax collection  the C.P.R. BHomitted a li_t of local employees showing 14 names, five of whom  are liable for the tax. The fire brigade  also submitted a list of brigade members  totalling 15, and requested the purchase  of some new reducers and repairs to  couplings, which will have immediate  attention.  Accounts passed for payment for last  month totalled $240 of which about $62  was for street lighting. .Additional shelving is to be put in for the library, and  the council is to give serious attention to  complaints received as to water'shortage^  Until village revenues are more buoyant  the matter of providing new sidewalks at  the north end of town will stand in  abeyance  Gents 75 cents; ladies 60 cents. Good  music. Prize ' dances. Lots of fun.  Proceeds for child in Solarium.  The resignation of Mrs. R. Andestad  as secretary of Wynndel Women's Institute, was tendered the institute directorate at their meeting last week.  Variety Business  Before Board  Geenyen ������~Ify  The fishermen are having unusually  goad luck on Goat River so far this season. On Sunday Cecil .Burns landed a  21 inch rainbow trout amongst others in  the days catch.  Miss Emily Nygaard left this week for  Nelson, where she has secured a position  and will be remaining for some time.  A. Bond and son are busy on plastering  work at Creston where they are busy on  the new Fraser residence, and two or  three similar jobs in sight.  Messrs. E. Olson and H. Young were  Kimberley visitors at the weekend, at-;  tending a special Masonic Lodge affair at  that town on Saturday night.  Canyon Farmers* Institute are entertaining their members and friends at a  card party at the hall tomorrow evening.  Although as much as 4 degrees of frost  were recorded one day last week none of  the tree fruits appear to have suffered, in  this section.  Provincial assessor Stewart of Nelson  was in this district last week re-assessing  some of the places,. He advises that it  will be necessary to raise land values but  in the matter of school taxes education  costs will not be as high in future as in.  the past few years.  Miss Nfesie McRobb was a visitor at  Kimberley last week, coming home on.  Saturday with Geo. Boyce in his new  Ford roadster.  On Sunday Mrs. McRobb  _eft?? 'toiN __^E%r^^^;" _^rv" sBc_*e  where she will visit her daughter,  Mrs.  Houie.  Want   Road : Improvements^ to  Fflctlifnfe-  r>������irr������nr������s?  Mine  Op=  eratioiis���������Broder's   Reminded  of Canning factory Promise.  There was a fair-turnout of menhers  at the May meeting .of Creston Board of  Trade on Tuesday night, at which matters tb come before the Associated Boards  convention at Crahbrook this week were  discussed and a motion adopted authorizing theloral delegates; President Mallandaine, C O. Rodgers and S. A. Speers,  to extend an invitation to the Associated  Boards to have their 1&31 convention  at Creston. A number of resolutions  that will be considered were discussed  but no instructions in this connection  were given the local representarives.  One new member was added to the  roll, H. W. Fortin*/Shell Oil Company  representativeY The letter -from ��������� the  L.O.L.,r_ -non recognition of "O Canada,69  flag display on alt public holidays, and  adherence to God Slave the *E_ing as the  national anthem*-was fyled without comment. The secretary also reported ans  w eying a number of letters enquiring  about employment and business opportunities, the latter including one from a  beauty specialist at Calgary, Alberta.  About'two years ago a representative  off the Broder Canning Company, New  Westminster, assured that when the" fiats  were dyked and irrigation installed his  company would seriously consider establishing a canning faerory at Creston.  The secretary was instructed to writetbe  Broder people that both these things had  Miss Rosie Pascuzzo, who has been  visiting with Mrs. Walthers at Yahk, for  the past two weeks, returned home on  Sunday.  Mrs. Henderson was a visitor at Cran-  Crahbrook a few days last week.  - - Sid McCabe was a weekend visitor at  Sirdar with his family.  Mr. and Mrs. Dennes and Mrs. Rogers were motor visitors to Kitchener on  Saturday.  Mr. Horwood left on Thursday for  KamSoops.  P. Cherbo left on Wednesday for Bell-  vue, Alberta, making the trip by motor.  Principal Moore of Sirdar school spent  the weekend at his home in Creston.  Creston Loses  League Op  T  SatSSf SSfi?������  _&e-g*Ss eH3e555 -  Wynntfei  Adolf Hagen and" Gilbert Payette left  last week for Evans Creek where they  expect to remain for the summer.  Mrs. Cecil Moore jind family; who  have been visiting h"ere������ returned to  Nelson last week, accompanied by Miss  E. Hagen.  Mr. Cory of Medicine Hat, Alberta,,  wns combining business with pleasure on  a visit here last week.  Miss Lena Bencdetti is a Cranbrook  visitor at present, a guoBt of her sister,  Mrs. J Fiorentino,  Miss Sylvia Benedetti is a visitor with  Eoswell friends nt present,  Mr and Mrs* Geo. Huseroft and  family .were Cranbrook visitors last  weak.  Stanley Gregory of Vancouver is a  visitor here with his parents.  G. Welsh of Maple Creek, Snsk., was  nn auto visitor here, the guest; of Mr.  and Mrs. Towaon, en route to Barons,  Alberta.  Mra. O. J. Wigen IcCt on Sunday for  California,  M, Hagen Is a Cnstlegnr victor this  week, leaving on Sunday  J. J. Grady was n Nelson visitor a tow  days loot week.  Anglican Church servilco on Sunday,  18th, at a p.m..  The best-yet dance at  i\w old atthoo-  hnunc,,Sa1urdny. May _7t;h(1 at B.30 p-tn.  Walter Long of Wenatchee, Wash.,  lb here at present on a visit his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Long.  Dr. Henderson of Creston made his  annual medical inspection of the school  on Friday.  Frank  Putnam   left  of  Sunday   for  Beaverdell, to which point he was called  oh account of the death of A. J. Finch,  manager  of the   Bell  mine,   in  which  Messrs. _Putnam and Staples are interested.  Mrs. Robert Dodds is a ��������� visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week.  Mrs. Robert Hetherington and children of Snoqualmie Falls, Wash., are here  on a visit with her mother, MrB. G.  McMaster.  L. Heric of Yahk was a weekend visitor  with his family at the ranch.  L. T. Lfeveque and R. M.  Telford nre  the newest auto owners in the Erickson  district Both are driving new Plymouths  from Creston Motors.  Dennis Harrison, a former resident  here, but now of Michigan, is a visitor nt  Erickson at proscsfc.  Mr. and" Mrs. Ed. Martin and M1ss  Ruby wero weekend visitors nt Spokane,  leaving on Fredny.  Mrs. H. Woods and Mrs. O'Noil and  son were weekend visit pre at Erickson,  guests of Mrc R. Dodds.  L. Littlejohn and W. Mason of the  B.C. IConcreto Company, were motor  visitors at Kimberley nt the weekend,  attending a Saturday night Masonic  gathering in that town.  Heartiest congratulations are extended  Minpiw Madeline Putnam and Margaret  Frnser who have nufCGnafulIy completed  their first year in arts at tho BJO. University. The results wore announced at  the weekend and both havo taken a satisfactory standing,  Four degrees of frost was reported In  this sootlon on Wednesday morning lnnt,  but so far as enn bo; learned nn serious  damage luitt resulted  Tho flrst carload of galvnnfand plpu*  han arrived for tho Go-Op��������� and Is being  attributed this wools to (ranchers tn the  Eai:.l CrCkji _,n Irriuubiuu liiwtri-i,,  A well written lettervfrom ByN. Sharp  of the Bayorine Mining Company.was  read* asking ihe board; to use its endeavors  to have the minister of mines co-operate  with the Spokane and Bayonne Mining  Companies in Opening up the Cultus  Creek road to serve both these properties.  Mr. Sharp's letter indicated that about  twelve miles of road needed attention to  serve the former mine, and that an additional five miles wou3d have to he  provided to give the Bayonne road connection. In connection with the project  Mr. Sharp advised that the Bayonne  company were prepared to Bpend $7500  of ther own money on the desired road.  The secretary will write the minister of  mines urging him to give this matter  his best and earliest possible attention.  The schedule of fall fairs in Alberta  was submitted, but as only three of these  exhibitions come in September and most  of the others in July or early in August,  the publicity committee announced the  abandonment of the idc of making a  display of Creston fruit at a select lot of  these exhibitions in southern Alberta.  Ludwig Kalina has just returned from  Barnwell, Alberta^-where he has been  engaged at spring farm work ffo? a couple  of months. '-_**������������������  Miss Frances Malihouse has returned  to Calgary, -Alberta, after a two weeks  visit -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.  J. Malthouse.  R. V. Willcox, R.O.P. poultry instector  made his usual official visit to the Powers  poultry farm on Monday.  E. Langston and John Bird were Kimberley visitors on Saturday and Sunday,  attending a Masonic gathering in that  town.  Slrn^nr  Mrs. Barragan of Kimberbey was.  weekend visitor at Sirdar.  J_-JL-ijr\ vJ������l_/ ������-0  John Finley, sr., left on Friday for  Trail v/oere he is entering the hospital  in that* town for treatment. He was  accompaned by his son, John.  Mr. and Mrs TfTnii������iiH ar>^   TWi-g    Jo^V  -������������������������������������_.  ���������'    ���������������������������"���������������������������-������      ���������������������.������  tart     *_-^^������������-.���������������������*��������� ���������^    wti*������_        *-.._��������� ���������_!��������� W   ^-���������������S_.  McConachy of Kimberley were weekend  visitors with the ladies parents,, Mr.  and  4^%;B^e^>i^fe������i^^.^rejDe^. ^erlpuj^  who has'peBmyh6^^i^:'&^^imi^i^^  returned with them. Y     ,-;���������.;. "X ', 'y '��������� ;y^-'%";  Otto Dirssoh of" Nelon has purchased,  the former A. S. Evans 20-acre farm" or������  the millroad, and; has. taken possession.  Jacob Reimer of Nelson has just completed the purch ase of the former Chud-  ley 20 acres and the 40 acres known as  the Davis sheep ranch, also known as  the Yale Columbia limit, but will not b������>  moving to live here until next fall.  Another recent sale is the former Jack  Johnston place, presumably sold last fall  to Peter Lutes, but which has now been  officially acquired by Ludwig Sommer-  feld, a brothes of Herman Sommerfeld  and with his family has taken possession.  ThiB place was occupied by D. J. McKee,  who is moving in to the former Joe  McGee place.  Aprli attendance at Huseroft school is  about the best ever recorded, official  figures being 96,17. Highest standings:  Grads 8���������Minnie Huseroft. Grade 6���������  Margaret Huseroft, Waddy Huseroft.  Grade 5���������Burton Huseroft, Thomas Tedford. Grade 4���������Vergehe Bohraer, Rupert  Bohmer. Grade 3���������Aloha Bohmer, Leon  ard Huseroft. Grade 2���������Warren Huseroft, Albert Tedford, Grade 1���������Kenneth Huseroft, Robert Huseroft. Perfect  attendance���������Aloha Bohmor, Rupert  Bohmer, Vergene Bohmer, Denison Bohmer, Alex. Demchuk, Arthur Hurry.Rob-  ert Huseroft, Burton Huseroft, Minnie  Huseroft, Leonard Huscrft, Wnddy  Huseroft, Warren Huseroft, Margeory  Tedford.  -<w*i_^.,  Bonners Ferry Scores Seeond  Win���������.T_,if>-*.Mlg _?ett*?r I??ltSir_??f!  ���������Infield Defence is Weak���������  Sandpoint Plays Here Sunday.  So far as the crowd and weather were  concerned Creston opened the international baseball league most auspiciously,  On Sunday afternoon, but things were  not nearly so good In the all essential  feature of the sport, Bonners winning  by a margin of 13 to 8.  In the hitting department Creston had  a iittle the best of it with 12 safe blows  as compared with & collected by their  rivals, but on the defence the local nine  had not quite the safe proficiency, and  it was entirely due to poor work in the  infield particularly that the game was  lost.  Up to. the end of the seventh Fortin  held.the invaders in ch ck and Creston  'was out in front 8 to 5, but in the two  final frames improved batting by the  visitors and poor infield work yielded 8  runs and victory.  Everyone was taken with the improvements that have been made' in the  grounds. Both the infield and outer  garden have been much improved and  the moving and re-building of the grandstand give splendid accommodation for  spectators.  The club management have profited  by two defeats Creston has already suffered and for the game on Sunday some  new faces will be sen on  the  inner  defence that will make things much more  interesting for all comers, and should be'  productive of victory.  ; Y ;3?!<lir; the. ,gajne..; ion:.. Sunday, afjternooni:  >i-^ela^Stoo$������������hftvWpt; beheye and the game  promises to Be '.'a- histdiy maker.   In addition to many spectators iron. Sandpoint the teanl is also bringinjg along; a  20-piece brass band,   who  will   enliven  proceedings throughout  the   aitemoons  and this match should bring out 100 per  cent, attendance of local fans  CRESTON Vs.  SANDPOINT  at  Exhibition Park  SUN.. MAY  CRESTON  Romano, ss  0  Telford, If  0  McKelvey, lb.��������� 1  Boffey, 2b ���������.. 1  Watson, c   0  L.,Bennedetti,3b 3  Fortin, p  1  BONNERS  Parent, p  2  Moline, cf. 3  Lightway, lb  2  Slater, c 2  Campbell, If 0  Hall, 3b    0  Sproat, rf.  1  Am an* ss=., ���������._ 1  Parsons, 2b.    2  10 0  0 5 3  13  8  13  S. Bennedetti,rf- 2  Dickson, cf  0  8  CRESTON 1 10 8 11  BONNERS  2 0 0 0 0 3  Three base hits, T_. Bennedetti, Bofiey,  Parent, Lightway. Two base hits, McKelvey, Slater, Boffey, Moline (2>. Sacrifice hits, Romano, L. Bennedetti. Struck  out by Fortin 6; by Parent 4. Bases on  balls, Fortin 1; Parent 2. Left on bases,  Creston 8; Bonners Ferry 12, Umpires:  Joyce, Creston;  Bruce, Bonners Ferry.  MMiS\M^Mi> p.**tin  ������ unj^igjti  .J3oth teams arc in form and a fast  game Kb assured.  LET'S COS  Kliehener  Sam Littlejohn returned home on Friday, after a week's visit nt Nelson.  Birth���������At Netaon, on May 4th, to Mr.  and Mrs. A. LoPago, a daughter.  Mr. Carsons of Spokane in hern at  present inspecting tho cut of poles that  Is ready for shipment.  Mrs. E. D_3ml waa a visitor with  Cranbrook fHondo during tho week.  Frits Molander, who has been working  nt Cranbrook, returned last week for  few daya visit with his parents hore.  Mr. and Mm, Os. Arrowsmith of Arrow  Creek wore Friday vluitors with Mr. and  Mars, Driffll.  Mr, and Mrs. Ahrnnamsom, formerly  ef Kitchener, now of Kimberley wore  renewing acquaintances here during the  w������_k.  Aitoe SMlnff.  Ron. Smith returned at the end of the  week from a short visit with friendB in  Spokane.  Robert Moore who teaches at Si.dar  spent the weekend at his home here.  Mrs, Constable was a visitor with  Bonners Ferry friends a couple of days  last week.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Travis and boh,  Harold, with Harold Travis of Michel*  wore visitors with Mra. Travis' parents,  Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Parkin, Tho men  returned at the first of the weelc, but  Mrs. Travis will remain for the summer.  Idaho Legion Will Visits  Creston Post of the Canadian Legion  will entertain delegates to tho Idaho  State Legion convention, now in session  at Bonners Ferry, who aro to visit Creston to-morrow, nnd will bo officially wel-  aomed at appropriate exorcises at the  monument at 7 p.m.. at which the address of welcome will bo by Col. Fred  Lister. At 8.80 tho visitors will have ������  dance In the Grand theatre ballroom to  muqlc they will nrlnj; alone "with them,  nnd to which tho admission Is $1 to noit-  niembei'M. Others bonifies U.S. ex-norvlco  men aro expected, Including tho hullon,  with the whole party due to arrive quite  _������iuly lb 'U������~ uCUmuukju.  MI!MB1������IIIMI1������ THE   REVIEW.    CRESTON." B.    C.  ^8m_U.man.!HtES!ff!!!.lE.!!.0!1!B.!tlQ^  NEW AP_?OIK'TB__--������T  -&*%>   S__B-f_iiSi  Diiuwn  LrlDLL  IIAIAI  HUff  1������a_  n  I _  Other Labels Reduced 5o a Pound  _������  THE   rUsuu.-  EFFEOT1VE   NOW-  OWING TO THE ACTIO?* OF THE CSOVERN-  MEXT IN ABOLISHING THE DUTY ON  BRITISH GROWN TJ3AS AND A LOWER  MARKET   FOR    CERTAIN    GUADES   OF   TEA  WE ARE PL-SASKO TO GIVE OUK CUSTOMERS     THE     FLO,     BENS-FIT     OF     THIS  THESE   PRICES  ARE  DO   NOT   PAY   MORE  SAVING      AT      OHCE. UNFORTUNATELY  THE MARKET FOR THIS FINEST QUAUIT-T  TEAS HAS ADVANCED, CONSEQUENTLY  XVE      ARE      UNABLE      TO     REDUCE       OUR  OTHER       -GBABES.       ?rfO__E       THAN       FIVE  CENTS    A   POUND.  ��������� * a  .m   -  was SKinny ana  Fired.  lained 11 ibi  99  TO THE RETAIL  QKOCERY TRADE  AS USUAL, WE WILL PROTECT YOU AGAINST LOSS ON SALADA TEA BY REBATING YOU  FOR YOUR STOCK ON HAND SO THAT YOU CAN MAKE THE AJ-OYEwPRKXES EFFECTIVE AT  ONCE.     FORMS ARE BEING  MAILED TO YOU   FOR TSO.& PURPOSE,  SO PO NOT  SHIP ANY  TEA BACK TO US. '  -r-Tr r__*i-jTk.!_  5- -_   ������!>������! ������"_ rX*"_T_T  E-i_.XJ_.JSS5VI^,  ..JL_&_������lLJLX_aj>.  WINNIPEG  AGENTS FOR  It. G. McNEILLII.  Prominent among: the spring; promotions of Canadian Pacific Kailway  officials wag the appointment of R.  G. McNeillie, aa assistant passenger  traffic manager of eastern lines, with  headquarters at Montreal. Mr. Mc-  Neillie, who was greneral passenger  agent, at Winnipeg:, for eight years,  left at the end of April for the east,  his new appointment becoming effective May l;  Mr. McNeillle entered the service  of the Canadian Pacific Railway in  1901. as a stenographer in the general passenger department, at Winnipeg", becoming chief clerk in 1SC5- In  that" year lie became acting district  passeng-er agent at Nelson, B.C., and  district passenger agent at Calgary,  in, "1910. He was promoted in 1913  to the position of assistant general  passenger agent, western lines, -with  headquarters at Winnipeg, beeoming-  general passenger agent in 1922.  Before his departure for Montreal,  Mr. McNeillie was remembered by  the members of the passenger * department from the bead of the lakes  "Had tired feeling, no  pep. But Ironiicd Yeast  gave rae pep; much  stronger. Gained 11 lbs.  Bolls and pimples disappeared."' ���������Mack Lat-  fcoria.  Amazilfg new Ironized Yeast adds  5 to 15 lbs.* In 3 weeks. Changes  "skinny,'! weak body, to strong, well-  developed form, all admire/ Blotchy  skin gets clear and rosy like magic  Nervousness, indigestion, constipation disappear overnlgnt. Sound  sleep. New pep from very first day.  Two great tonics in one ��������� special  weight-building Malt Yeast and  strengthening Iron. Pleasant litt-e-  ���������ajblats. ���������- Far stron^'cr th*n���������nnmedi-  cated yeast. Results in % time. "No  yeasty taste.     No gas.  Don't be "skinny," weak, unattractive. Get Ironized Yeast from druggist today. Feel great tomorrow-  Money back from manufacturer if  not delighted with quick results.  o. Learns To Read At Eighty-Two  A resident of Mount Clare, at the  age of 82 years, is learning" to read.  The aged student said be was making  fair progress and expected soon to be  able, to read a. newspaper. He said  that he never dreamed that there waa  a world such as is being unfolded to  him by the printed page.  Persian Balm promotes daintiness,  charm and beauty. Magical in its effect on the skin. There is nothing  " like it for creating and preserving a.  lovely complexion. Cooling, caressing,  it soothes and relieves all roughness  caused by weather condittoons. Delicately fragrant, it enhances the most  finished appearance. Makes the shirs  rose-leaf in texture. Truly a peerlesai  toilet requisite for every discerning  woman.  I   SALADA TEA COMPANY OF CANADA LiMITED   |  5. - ~     S, to Field, B.C.,    and   at   Minneapolis  ^IHHllliHfl������lHtlHm!ifcUt.������gS3iUro^ j ^^ a hatldsome liqueur set With cut  glass decanters and glasses, and a  wardrobe suit case, the. presentation  made by C. E. McPherson, who is  now acting in an advisory capacity  to tbe passenger department.  Can^Good   Be Aceomplisned -By"'Force  ?  An   order was  made   recently,  at  Blackpool Eng., for the payment of a  debt   of $60.90,   at  the   rate   of  six  Through the ages as man has struggled upward from, his caveman state 3 *._.������+������   Q   j^^+i,    ...h^v.   .-r������ii  for it requires only a hurried ' " *"      ""*'"*   ""���������*'"���������"  to his present condition of semi-civilization,  glance through the columns of any daily paper any day to prove that man  is not yet fully civiLEzed,���������he has carried with, blm the "brute instinct to try  and accomplish thingrs by force rather than by persuasion; instead of trying  to win support to his views and convictions, be bas tried to force it. The  more civilized, the better educated man becomes, the more does be rely upon  appeals to reason instead of having resort to force. None the less the  state of the nations today, and our tendency to resort to the power of  legislation and law to enforce opinions upon others, reveals how largely we  stiii depend on force to govern our everyday airairs.  The question, therefore, naturally arises: Has any definite lasting good  ever come to humanity through the coercive action of force? Could one find  a single, unquestionable instance in the whale range of human history where  compulsion has been the direct and sole agency in changing the mental  attitude, the belief, the convictions or the conscience-sense of any one  normal intelligence. Without reserve one may venture to say "No" to both  questions.  There is profound truth in Butler's couplet: "He that complies aganlst  h?s will is of his own opinion, still." One may be persuaded to change one's'!  mind, to take a different, viewpoint, to espouse another belief,   to modify or  discard a long-held   conviction,   to  give   conscience   a new   direction,   and  through It all to act differently,���������the action being either good or had according to the prevailing general opinion; but it is sincerely to he doubted that  force, no matter what its form or'its avowed purpose, ever has or ever will  "bring about the only thing���������w change of mind and heart���������that is necessary  to produce a new Hrne of action. Without the voluntary conversion of the  individual mind and heart, that Is, of thought and conscience, there can be  no reasonable  expectancy of bringing about,  definitely,  permanently  and  clomlnantly, a new condition���������social, economic, political, ethical, or moral.  All our social reformers, our political leaders, our legislators-, would do well  to ponder this thought and pay closer heed to the lessons of experience and  history, "  If we would study impartially the action of unleased, force directed  with the ostensible purpose of producing eventual good, we may turn our  eyes toward Russia today. True, the conflicting- reports coming out of the  country advise us to draw conclusions with a certain reserve; yet there is  enough of what appears "to be authentic to warrant the present vlow that  the Soviet Government of Russia 1s using compulsion in tlio fullost meaning  of the term, to impose its minority, compactly organized will upon the  unorganized great majority of that vast country.  The Communists  may  toll ������u������, as well, as  some three-fourths  of  tho  people  of  Russia,   that persuasion,   through   "propaganda,"   is   their   chief ,  agency for the building of a "New Russia"; but it is propaganda backod by i  armed force,   by   secret   police,   by   studied   cruelty,   and   by   unrelenting  terrorism.       PuttBng  the most  charitable  construction upon   the   Hoviet'H-1  methods for the complete communication of Russia, they are trying to do '  what they consider to be  good  practically altogether by the exorcise of ,  force.       A marvelously organised m'nority h_o]<s  to  compel  m helplessly ,  disorganized majority to accept without question its views aR to what 1h host  for the political, social, economic and moral well-being ol? the whole, i  And all history tells ua that this cannot be done. Reform by force lasts  just ro long as the force which brought It about Is strong enough to maintain it. Force not only invites opposition, but generatest it. And woon or  late, the opposing force becomes tho more powerful, and wo havo another.1  clash of forces, more disturbance nnd confusion, reaction, or, perhapse, some  more compulsory Hreformation." Bui wo cannot way confidently 11)ut out off  it all has come a single., definite stop of progress. Force Is the ant'thesiH  of co-operation, nnd without tho voluntary co-operation of nil the Intoreats  involved thoro can be no pyonutno progress.  "What is true of Russia Jusit now, would bo equally true of any other  country, or state, or .community. No mattar how desirable the proposed or  initiated reform may bo, force, If applied to it, eventually will clofieat It,  Without the voluntary and earnest co-operation .of n. pronounced majority of  all concerned even unquestioned Rood is not likely to bo achieved. And  surely no Intelligent person would bo content with "forced good."  more than SO years to clear up 'the  account.  WAS RUN DOWN  AND VERY WEAK  Too Little Blood the Trouble  Mrs, Jas. A. Haughn, Bridgewater,  N.S., writes:���������"I was badly run  down and very weak. So much so I  could scarcely do my housework. My  nerves were affected; my indigestion  poor; I had continued headaches and  could not get a restful night's sleep.  Different  remedies   failed   to   be   of  benefit  and I was growi ng dlscour- i  aged.      One day, however, I saw an  advertisement  of  a  case   similar to.;  mine which had been relieved by _>r. i  Williams' Pink Pills, so I decided to ]  try them.     A few weeks" use of tho 1  Pills  fully  restored -my  health  and 1  , now my household duties are a pleasure Instead of a torture.'*  Mrs. Hotighn's whole trouble was  that she had too little blood. Dr.  WilUams" Pink Pills wore of aid to  her because they renewed and purified her blood and that good blood  promoted good health, for whore  good blood abounds disease cannot  e'xist. ;j  You can get these Pills from any  dealer in medicine or by mail at 50  cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co,, B.ockvlllc, Ont,  Houses built of chemically treated  glass are nald to be cheaper and  warmer than those of wood or stone.  Waging War On Accidents  Only 15" per cent, of safety can be  assured by perfection of mechanical  detail and the remaining 85 per cent,  is a matter of education, declared  W. EL Darling, of Cincinnati, before  the Ontario Safety Convention. Mr.  Darling, a blind man, told an attentive audience of his own personal experience, of an accident which  brought disfigurement and loss of  sight, and he urged with eloquence  that the work of preventing industrial., accidents should be prosecuted  with unremitting- ���������, energy.  The British Guild; of Blind Gardeners urges gardening instruction for  all sightless children. Blind gardeners  can prune fruit trees, sow seeds ana-  thin out vegetables.  Rheumatism  ��������� lllVUIIIMiiVIII  Quick relief irons rheumatic  pains Without harm:  To relieve the wont rheumatic pain ia  a very simple matter.   Aspirin will do it  every time! It's something that yo������  can always take. Genuine Aspirin tobUt,  are harmless. Look for the Bayer Cross  on *ach tablet.  i*S_f������IItI_W  TRADE MARK ft CO.  Mothers lvalue TIiIh Oil.���������Mothers  who know liow suddenly croup may  hoIko their children and how necosi-  aary prompt) action Ih in applying- ro-  Uef, always keep at hand a supply  ���������of Dr, Thomas Kclectrio Oil, because  experience haa taught them that this  Ih an excellent preparation for the  treatment of. thin ailment, And thoy  aro wise, fo������ its various uses render  it ix valuable medicine.  I-ovo not only ���������*'makes the world go  round," but nmkps many a human inhabitant of tho world go straight.  "''���������; /T������������ . r_r������%:t^' _L__,;0'!s  dY������"MvH,*^.u  ��������� (.,E.   ���������! f '  Air Ben/Ico For Venice  Vomica, tho famoua gondola city of  Italy,. Ik to have alrplauo crmheoLlon  with tho outuldo world. A now commercial alv wervluo from Trieste to  MarBcillOH la mailing an Intermediary  stop there, whore It connoeta with  tho linen from Vlmmu and Rome.  Trl* motored   seaplane h     arc    lioinfS  UHOCl,  3Dougl.au' ISgyptian 3_iuiiueut Mhouid  bo In every honflohiold. Stops bloedlnp;  at emac, eautorlKOB wounds and prevents blood poisoning. Keops away  Inflammation and proud flesh,  In the hint ten yearn tho Canadian Pacific has ������pent $100,000,000 on  now vchhgIh built In Britiah yarclH,  llful Hie ftpniln with Mtimril������������   w/"N-'  U.   ':LSST  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred vital,  saving uses for Pura-  San I H c avy Waxed  Paper in your home.  Comes in handy,  sanitary, knife-edged  package. For less exacting uses: "Centre  Puir Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets). At  grocers, druggists,  stationers,  Gaakfayvi (%m&i <#_odttct&  mm p-J ���������.������������������������������������.| ST,         --.-Z-TpTLM...!.' DMIVWD .1���������.wi  HAMILTON  QNTAWIO  Western Rvpresantaitocs:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO.* REGINA, SASK* VA  THtf   'UKVTKW.    OT?.'ES,rGN,.v- b.    a  /   i  BRITAIN WOULD  CONSSDER LAND  lETTLEMENT AID  Y  -The, British Gov-?  :lfeo^':coM.aer^'f- "  Th������ Pas, Man.  ��������� einment is ready  f-aa'b''0 -'vi-rrtHAri*:' fir* ^���������rOmota^4and set-v  tlement in the Carrot jRl^-er Valley,  according to ia'. letter    received   by  town officials from the secretary of  state for dominion affairs.  The Carrot River Valley lie3 to the  southwest of The .fas, and includes  tend, in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan. .'"���������-���������  The letter from the overseas department points but, however, that  settlement aid from England would  necessarily be subject to certain con-  -lltions, such as the Empire Settle-  "ment act pf 1922, and financial support from, either the Federal or Provincial Governments or both. The letter also points but that the British  Government does not contemplate  purchase or ownership of land in  Canada for -settlement purposes.  The communication from the British. Government says in part that  "consideration by His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom of  any such scheme of settlement arid  development must necessarily be  governed by the provisions  -of    the  Expect Preinier JQng  Will Be Candidate  Prince    Albert . Uberal    Association  Working On That Assumption  YErincs ^bert^���������From Dr. G; A.  Robertson, president of the Prince  --tberfc Federal Liberal Association^ it  ,was learned that the organization i3  working; on \ Jthe    assumption    that  I  AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP  Dtilrvin ���������:.'%rtim*S.4-r?.  ��������� _u.a._>r>.~Aj._*_  King will again-.run in'.lthis:/riding^; ..  "Tho premier," * J>r. Robertson  stated, /'had assured us that as long  aa we want-hun/ he wilt be the Liberal candidate for this constituency.  Practically all the polls have already  forwarded resolutions of confidence  in Mr. King to us. A convention will  be held .only as a matter of form  but the date has not yet been decided upon."  Conservatives in the riding are  holding a. nominating convention  here, June 6, and among the. names  mentioned as. probable candidates is  that of George Braden, well-known  Rosthern Conservative; X>.. L. Burgess, MacDowall, who opposed Premier King at a previous election is  also mentioned.  Harry J&avis, unofficial leader .of  the Labor element in Prince Albert,  when asked recently if his forces  contemplated taking an active part  in the coming election, declared that  such was not the present intention  i but that they were gathering, their  Miss -Catherine Pleas, student at  Ontario College of Education, Bloor  St., Toronto, who has been awarded  "Wop" May Visits Ottawa  But Distinguished Aviator Slips  Away Without Seeing Officials  Ottawa, Ont. ��������� Slipping- through  ; the city so quietly that officials of the  j Department of National Defence, who  | had been Waiting .for , htm,, did not  ! knowY-hat he had; act_aUy-been here,  j; Captai^-W^,R^ ^Xtf-non;;  f^tan^'iiteceifti^ ih_Y ;-������cI_ee  trophy ns ths Cdnddian huaving contributed; most to the cause , of -aviation in;'\_92S>, paid a brief visit to- the  capital On May 6.  Since the award of the trophy was  announced, air officials nave been  anxious to get in - touch, with the  noted flier, to inform him of his success. Had Col. J. L. Ralston, Minister of National Defence, been aware  the winner of the trophy was in the  city, his departure would undoubtedly have been delayed in order that  formal presentation might be made  I to him. of the great honor he takes  I back west-  fan Ontario   government   scholarship,  I of Sorbonne University, Paris. May came down onto the Ottawa  ���������-: - --���������.    ���������   ' ���������������������������' ���������������������������..-     -...-.      ���������     ' 1,River, opposite Rockcliffe aerodrome,  Empire Settlement act of 1922, which | strength for the next provincial tilt.  empowers the secretary of state, la |   ' ���������. ._   association with  the government of I ������ * ������     i ,���������  any part of His Majesty's dominions 1 fuSIiy   ItJCB   OCeSilllg  or with the public authorities or pub-] D        J        iZ        I*  Kc or private organizations either in ISrOaflCaStlDlg   LlC������ilSeS  the TJnited Kingdom, or in any part ���������   a ������f Weed  Seeds Is Discussed  i:  planes just purchased by the Airways Company.of which, he is chief  pilot. After refuelling and having s.  brief; chat.with mechanics-���������during  which he spoke rather bashfully of  his success in being awarded the  prized trophy���������May took to the air  again, bound for Sudbury, Ont., and  Proposition Made To House Of Commons By G. G. Cotte  Ottawa, Ont.���������Elimination of Weed  seeds from, feed oats and barley was  proposed before the agriculture com-j eventually Edmonton  mittee of the House of Commons by |  G. G. Cotte tXJ.F.A., MacLeod). He j  wanted the establishment of feed \  grades of these grains free from!  weeds and believed weed seeds could  be cleaned out of oats and barley.  a *&���������������__!������������   ��������� *������  N   *\******jvim*  vauaua io vuub-u<cu&  of such dominions, to formulate and  co-operate in carrying out agreed  schemes for affording joint assistance to suitable persons in the "United  Kingdom, who intend to settle in His  Majesty's overseas dominions, provided that the contribution of the secretary of. state shall not in any case  exceed half of the expenses of the  scheme.  "Subject to the above conditions  His Majesty's government in the  "United Kingdom, would be prepared  to give careful consideration to any  concrete proposals foc���������Erom'Oting land  Majority Net Likely To Be Considered  Unto Election Is Over  Ottawa,  Ont.���������More than -200 ap-  The difference between the grades  of feed oats and of seed oats in the  present schedules of the Act, it was  explained, is that feed oats might be  plications for   broadcasting   licenses | frozen. Other members of the corn-  settlement in   Canada   by   migrants J be ~ granted   very soon  is  one -from  have been submitted to the Department of Marine, which department  has" charge of radio services. The  great majority of these will likely be  held in abeyance until after the general elections, it was intimated by  departmental officials. Some of the  more extensive projects may be authorized but the others will have to  wait.  One- of the-applieations which may  naittee considered the suggestion im- :  practicable. The matter was left over t  President Of C.P.R. Sees Good Future  For Business  Montreal, Que.���������General confidence  throughout Canada is unshaken by  the combination of unusual conditions  which has developed the present situation; the country's strength *has  been effectively proven and the future is not to be viewed with any de-  for further consideration.  from the United Kingdom, provided  such, proposals, were approved and  recommended by, and preferaL-iy- received a financial contribution from,  His Majesty's government in Canada  or from the provincial government."  - The secretary was "instructed by  council to forward a copy of the let-  tor to the Minister of Natural; Resources In Winnipeg, and also to. the  Premier of Saskatchewan.  Preference Is Re-Established  Australian Government Will Continue  Preference To. Returned Soldiers  Canberra, Australia.���������The Labor  Government of Australia has, in the  face of strong public opinion, moderated ono of its ordinances passed in  favor of the trades union,movement....  Prime Minister-James Scullin announced the government was reverting to the former regulation which  gave first preference to returned soldiers on government Work contracts,  and second preference to trades  unionists.        ���������    "  The recently-announced decision of  the government to abolish the pref or ���������  enco to cx-sokllors unless thoy were  also trades unionists, roused a storm  of. indignation, and veterans' organizations all ovor Australia wero commencing to organize ii campaign to  light the government's action.  Walking AoroHR Canada  Montreal, Quo.���������With a knapsack  on her back, Hon. ICatherine Trovoly-  an, daughter- of Right Hon. Sir  Charles Philips'' Trevelyan, '. Minister  of .Education In tho British Government, arrjveil in Montroal on board  tho1; Cunard "ii'nor "AhmnW Alono  she lias set out on foot, on a walking  tour of Canada as far west as the  Rookies, and intends if possible to  gnt'thrv-fliR-h to Vancouver.  U.S. -Nurnl Fragrant Hill     ���������  Washington; ��������� A. naval building  program coating tho United States  approximately one billion dollar* and  designed to bring parity with Groat  Britain within 10 ycwvfj, is contained  in a bill to bo introfluoqd by Chair-  mi������u I3jL.i'l.t���������w of Lhu naval aiVairH  committoo,  " "'''     w. n." tj.' " isi.        '""*  the Canadian Pacific Railway for permission to erect three high powered  broadcasting - stations, one - in Monr  treal, one in Toronto and one in western Canada, at a point to be selected  later. '-.���������"���������'  The general impression on Parliament Hill is that the committee  selected by the House of Commons  to consider the recommendations of  the royal commission that investigated broadcasting, will not proceed  in view of the impending dissolution.  Students of the problem think the  elections1 will give an opportunity to  crystallize public opinion either for  ora gainst public ownership and in  tho meantime the report will be allowed to stand over.  Exhibiting At British Fairs  Canada leaking Part In Eighteen  During Present Year  Ottawa.���������Canada ia participating  i jjv xg e3_!_LfeitioEJS and trade fairs in.  Great Britain. ^uringY th-i presesat  year, in .addition to, the British Industries Fair which: was recently  held at the Olympia Building, London, England. Most of these exhibitions are being held under the  auspices of the Empire marketing  board and will enable Canadian  produce to be exhibited in most of  the industrial centres of England,  Scotland and Ireland. In addition,  Canada is actively participating in  the six months' International Exhibition at Antwerp, which opens  on April 2 _.  gree of apprehension,, in the opinion  I of E. W. Beatty, chairman and presi-  j dent of t-te?>- Canadian Pacific Rail-.  \ way, as declared to the shareholders  1 of the company at the annual meet-  , ing held here.  I While a number of factors, partic-  , ularly the failure to market Cana-  -j:dian .grain, have,...slowed,>up. freight  traffic; - it is felt there is- npthfng^of  a fundamental character to prevent  the return of normal business conditions within the next few months.  CIVIL RIOTS IN  INDIA REPORTED  TO BE SUBSIDING  -:_^ndonirEngland.���������-As suddenly as  they^^difiared up. India's i3ivU dis-  obedi^nce disorders subsided. -^roznJa  widely flung storm of violent encounters Mahatma Gandhi's campaign of  resistance to the goveminent simmered down to a few widely separated clashes.  The worst of these, costing nine  lives, occurred at Chittagong, which  was also the scene-on April 18, of  a battle in which two Europeans and  several natives were killed,  Again at Calcutta armed police  were compelled to act. A mob raided the police station, smashed in  its iron gates and there was checked.  Several police officers suffered injuries and 25 arrests occurred.  Simla reported officially that four  deaths had occurred in recent riots.  In the civilian hospital S6 persons  were treated. To this number were  addeil 18 Tvr>li#������������v -iTiiiirv eases.  Advices from Delhi etatecL that  patrols of cavalry, infantry and  armored cars were being maintained  there.  The arrival of V. J. Patel at Bombay, and ills pronouncement for a  widespread boycott against British  goods was th,������ outstanding development In that district. Despatches  did not indicate how Mahatma  Gandhi's followers would accept this  attitude.  The comparative quiet in Bombay  was broken only by an early onslaught of a mob upon textile workers who. sought to prevent reopening  of cotton mills.  The government continues to avoid .  any utterance whiclx might tend to  inflame the native mind.    Moderate  Indian opinion, it  was   stated,   continues to support the government.  There was a hopeful forward looking attitude for the proposed round-  table discussion.  Thus far the government forces  have emerged with, only one fatality,  the killing of a British citiaen in  Jl^siuswajro ���������'Thisj;was,E^rsfc^ite/as- a-  matter for congratulation as well as  an indication of the prompt action  taken by the authorities.  Retuiest Will Be Considered  To Broadcast From Dirigible  Bill Given Third Reading  Ottawa,���������After a tempestuous hour  in which there were four roll call divisions, the House of Commons gave  third reading to the bill to establish  divorce courts in Ontario. Tho vote  on the third residing stood, yeas 100,  nays 85.  C.TST.R. May Make The Pas Divisional  I.eadquart^rs  The Pas, Man.���������-The request of  town officials that The Pas be made  the headquarters for the Canadian  National Railways lines in northern  Manitoba, will receive active consideration, according to advices received  from the department of railways arid  from Sir Henry Thornton, C.N.R.  president.  A letter received by the town clerk  states that tho minister of railways  will make enquiries In the matter,  and will keep local officers advised of  developments.  Story  Of  Flight Of lt-100 Will Bo  Given Direct From Airship  London, England.���������It was understood hern that the Canadian National will broadcast the story of the  flight of the R-100 direct from the  dirigible.  When asked regarding the above  despatch, H. A. Weir, director of  radio of tho Canadian National Railways, stated that details of an agreement to broadcast the story of tho  flight wero underway and that the  broadcast would bo carried over tho  Canadian National network throughout the Dominion, direct from tho  airship, \r '       /',.'���������������������������,,���������  lloavy Liquor Shipment**  Vancouver, B.c;���������i"With tho cancellation of licenses for export liquor  warehouses ofCectlvo Juno 11, as pro-  vldod Hor In Federal Legislation,  heavy shipments of liquor from Vancouver to IBuropo have been made  during tho pant two weeks. Recently tho steamship "PacJflo Pioneer"  took 21,150 cases of bonded liquor  back to tho United Kingdom nnd tho  motor������lilp "Drochtydyok" carried 700  COHOtf, ..        ,   ,  TRAIN TELEPHONE NOW A PACT  Plan Important Survey Work  Far North Area To Be MJapped From  Air  Edmonton, Alberta. ��������� Aerial surveys of the far north, inspection  work by three field parties under direction of the Department of the  Interior, opening of a branch, office  at Fort Smith, and the transfer to  that point of staff from Winnipeg  and The Pas, have been announced  here.  An aeroplane base is to be established at Fort Resolution, arrangements having been made by the Department of tho Interior with The  Royal Canadian Air Force. This will  be utilized to facilitate Important  survey work which will be carried  out by the Federal Government.  These steps to Increase staff and  services in the far north are being  undertaken by tho Department of tho  Interior in view of tho enlarged  operations of exploration companies and prospectors.  Oanonl station AhnuvciI  Vatican City���������Pinal no������������ion of tho  congregation of rltou assured oanon-  Izntlon, June 2������>, for eight Canadian  martyro���������six prionts nnd two laymon  --who diod for tho faith In the flrfit  half'of the 17 th century.  Tho Canadian National Railways which flrst matte poaslblo tlio reception of radio concerts on board a moving train, an Invention which many  llrst class railroads havo since copied, havo nchioved another mechanical  triumph hy pe-foetlnsr tho first two-way system of telephone communication  In tho world with moving tralnn. Tho ayatom haa boon put Into public  sovvlco by tho company o:a "Tho International Limited," which covoro tho  sad railou separating Montreal and Toronto In 3G0 mlnutos, tho fastest train  in tho world traversing a like dlstnmco.  Tho photograph nhowra Sir Henry Thornton, Chairman and President  of tho Canadian' National Railways; Inaugurating the telephone aorvEco  irom "Tho Ittlo.natlonal Limited"' whllo the train ia travelling' at CO xoSBok  an hour. At tho train wwltohboarcl Is J, C. jBurkholdcr, Chlof HSnginoar of  Uio Canadian National Tftlegrapiiiw, who dovolopad and perfected tho train  telephone Hyntom.  Will Make Tour Of Dominion  New York,���������Hon, J. 33. Fenton,  Australian Minister of Trade and  Customs, who arrived here recently,  after attending tho London Naval  Conference as Australian delegate,  will travel through Canada on his  return trip to the commonwealth. Ho  will visit Eastern Canadian cities and  then journey westward, reaching  Vancouver, May 24, sailing from Victoria, on tho liner "Aroangi," May 28.  Election Likely In July  Ottawa,.���������A July' election seems  now assured. Premier King announced that as soon as tho legislation on  the order paper with Homo minor additions could by agreement with Opposition parties bo adopted ho would  dlwsolvo or prorogue parliament and  permit tho pcoplo to choose their  rcpronontntlvo to tho IDmplro Economic Conference in London, IBngland,  In September.  Great Britain's wealth la estimated  at $112,500,060,000, and that of Germany at $07,500,000,000. THE  CS-ESTOH  REVIEW  Radio Link  in BX.  telephone  service  You  now.  can telephone bv radio  We must recognize and acknow- this respect. It is at least a litttle  A radiotelephone link, connecting with land lines on Vancouver Island, now gives Powell  River its first telephone connection with the outside world.  The service is available to any  point that can be reached bv  the B. C. Telephone Company's  long-distance system.  The existance of the radio  link in the new service makes  _ no difference to the user. He  talks in the same way as on an  ordinary long-distance call, and  the transmission is just as good.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C.,   FRIDAY,  MAY 1���������  00 WE NEED k SABBATH?  Contributed  ledge that there is one upon  whom we are dependent for all  things that accompany our welfare- We must develop an unselfish spirit. We must give some  consideration to the higher needs  of others. The Sabbath is admirably suited to this end. Our  Lord said, "It is well to do good  on the Sabbath Day." This will  naturally flow out of the very  natnre of the Christian Sabbath.  We on that day especially remember our Blessed Lord. How  He loved us. And how He gave  himself for us. Hearty consideration of his sacrifice and service  for us will naturally iead us to  give ourselves in service for others.  It may not be considered a poor  argument for a a Sabbath to say  that the faithful animals which  we have enslaved and that render  us such invaluable service are  entitted to a day of rest. They  respond to kind consideration.  Their usefulhiess will not be im-  pared by a rest. Indeed experience proves the reverse.  It is universally acknowledged  that "A Sabbath well spent brings  a week of content, and strength  for the toils of the morrow."  The reverse is equally true.  "But A Sabbath profaned, whatever is gained, is a sure forerunner  of sorrow."  The Son of man is Lord of the  Sabbath. His yoke (which includes the Sabbath) is easy. His  burden is light. In loving obedience iex us yield ourselves to His  laws and enjoy the blessed benefis.  heartbreaking to note the apparent indifference to & little ceremony in hoisting and lowering the  flag revspentlv each day; at the  schools. ;|V>,#r   '  On Sai^da_^17th of May, the  American;*I������egi<S������n of war veterans  from thct^iStates of Idaho and  Washington will visit Creston and  it is presumed that it will be necessary fop the Legion Veterans of  Creston tft replace the Flag and  hoisting lines in order to do honor  to their visiting comrades of the  Great War. VETERAN.  The new cook book is due xn be issued  immediately and those who have recipes  to submit for the volume are asked to  have them in Mra. Stevens' hands by  May 15th. Two new members were  enrolled and the membership now stands  Mrs. W, G. Hendy, Mrs. W. H. Morrow and Mrs. D. O'Keil were hostesses  at the social hour and the freewill offering  of $2 goes to tho crippled children's  work.  GP  _.-KV������_^i������������<������iwf     ������_   ,_<w   -������   <_������-.  Show Coming  Health Exhibit to be Feature���������  Institute to Compete in Fancy  Work Class Vancouver Exhi  ticxi���������Hear Talk on Ireland.  The above question is put for the  sake of answering it. The answer  is emphatically in the affirmative.  Yes, we need a Sabbath. Our  gracious Creator, who loves us,  has considered our needs. And  has made provision that all our  needs may be fully met. Did we  not need a Sabbath, none would  have provided for us. "The Sabbath was made for man." It was  made for man's good.  But why do we need a Sabbath?  First of all, because, physically,  we need rest.   How welcome is  night to the toiler:   Its rest revives and invigorates him.   Each  day of toil seems (save perhaps to  the exceptionally  strong)  to increase the longing for more rest.  "It is found, scientifically, that  when a laborer is examined at the  end of each of his six days of-  work, he has lost one ounce of the  necessary oxygen.   He has in the  six nights rest recovered only five-  sixth of the ounce.   So that each  day finds   him   one-sixth   of an  ounce to the bad, and at the end  of the week he is "run down" to  the extent of one ounce necessary  oxygen."  So saith science. But be that  as it may, who has not proved by  experience that a day of rest at  the end of six finds us fine and fit  generally speaking, for our work  as it comes our way? There is  no teacher like experience, none  better.  But we have a spirit within us.  This too needs attention. We  have not already attained neither  are already perfect. The Sabbath  gives us an opportunity of giving  the requisite attention to our  spiritual needs. We may not perhaps go about it in the way our  forefathers did. But the same  spiritual culture i������ necessary, * If  we are to be strong we must have  time to rise above material things  to thingh that will ideate and foster within us those spiritual elements that are worth possessing,  Wkj rmiKt learn to bo humble,  Wf������ did not f������ron������tf������ ourselves,  nlcther do we keep ournelvoH.  Lister Domestic Water  Editor Review:  Now that this expensive scheme  has matured one is surprised to  see the whole system leaking like  a sieve to the detriment of our  roads, or opologies. A permanent  flume walker wiil almost be a  necessity.  Had this work been done by  the settlers it would have meant  prosperity all round. Instead,  the contractor, with his foreign  machinery, is the only one benefitted, which leaves Lister very  poor indeed.  For this sum we should have  had an irrigated settlement, and  we should have-had" something  which would make this valley  second to none. But through the  usual maladministration posperity  is supplanted by poverty.  A. STUART EVANS.  May meeting, on Friday afternoon, of  Creston. and District "Women's Institute  was the busiest of the year. The president, Mrs. J. E. Hayden. was in the  chair and there was a good turnout of  members and visitors.  Features of the meeting were a practical talk on Irish affairs by Mrs. (Major)  Henderson of Kootenay Landing, a native  of Erin, who, in a fifteen-minute address  related many interesting incidents in the  iife and customs of the residents of the  Emerald Isle. At the conclusion of her  address she was accorded a very hearty  vote of thanks. The annual flower show  will be held this year on a bigger scale  than ever, with the date to be set by the  executive. An added feature this year  will be a health exhibit in charge of Mrs.  Cherrington to be given during the afternoon of the show.  The Institute had a -letter from the  Orange Lodge asking the institute to  stand by God Save the King as the  national anthem, to display the Union  Jack on every possible occasion and to  not accord the rendition of "O Canada"  tbe usual courtesy of everyone standing.  The letter will be suitably acknowledged  but the L:O.L wjll be advised that the  Institute cannot see its way dear to remain seated when "O Canada" is being  sung.  It was daeided to comply with the  request of the Vancouver exhibition and  the Institute will this year make an entry  in the collection of fancy work section of  the coast fair, with Mrs. Stevens named  to look after this work.  The cemetery commitee reported that  the cemetery company plans to make  quite extensive improvements in the  local burying ground this year and this  work will be left to the company.   The  Fly the Flag  Editor Review:  Sir,���������The national flag is an  emblem of loyalty and as such  should be flown and revered by  all true British people.  A couple of years ago a committee of citizens purchased two  flags for the community; one to  be flown at the Memorial and the  other in front of the Bank of  Commerce, besides which they  secured flag poles, erected them  and provided them with weather  proof hoistng lines.  Laet November ii, Armistice  Day, the Veterans were unable to  hoist either of these flags on account of the hoisting lines having  been stolen; and worse than that,  one of the flags had been stolen.  Is it not time that such rampant  vandalism of this profane sort is  stopped and the conscience of the  guilty ones punished by energetic  and forceful teaching of respect to  the flap; and the national anthem.  This can bo done in our schools  and I wonder if the teachers ever  We | devote a little time to impresuing  village council will be asked for a permit to hold a raffle of a pair of blankets  or some similiar article, the funds to go  to the community work of the Institute.  For the  June meeting Mrs.   Mallandaine has agreed to give a talk on pensions legislation, provincial and federal,  and all interested are reminded that Mrs.  A, E.lFrenc   is leaving for the coast on  the 18th and will be visiting at the Solarium, so that any who wish to send candy  or  other  gifts to the  patients  in   that  institution can do so by leaving- parcels  at tho Exchange barber shop* nnd Mi_fc  French  will  undertake  to  deliver  the  gifts.   For the  school committee   Mrs.  Stevens reported that the first aid kits  had been all replenished.  A.L. &W.  Canuck  STEEL ROD  This is o strong, serviceable  Steel Hod for boy or man.  Enamelled Black, brass forr-  rules nnri Iwikuirs, snako  tinaa, turned corrugated handle, finished natural color and  varnished. Contained in partitioned cloth bag. Lengths 8  and 0 foot.  PRICE, $1.00 each  V, MAWSON  .    CttKSTOK  ���������m  ������?Qr tne SSEZSY in  SwSSLL  SS WWm OS mWmm aaam  a-  Give us a call.    We are handling ths MAPLE L.EAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced. .  are   very    dependent   creatures,  tho children with their duty in !s ......,.,,...,,...,,,������.. _]<  S3  ������������������&    33  Blta_H  n  C^s    IWi o Vr W% _������ Jr\  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  >.Q  Reduced Prices  You can save upward of $100 by buying*  your new Ford now. See us if you are  thinking of getting a new car thi& spring.  We have some ve-ry attractive prices on the  model now in stock. Also some real buys  'in used Cars and Trucks.  Lei us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it to pass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense. We use all standard materials and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti   e and at the shortest notice.  1  S_f*   ___->        ���������'e "*"    -~   ._-���������$   _T%   m  __:  CL_ ��������� ������^i ������������������   va-. n. ������������������ v% .rk K&.  it. ivi i  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GnSOLS^E  a  a  You warnt to build up an  estate, of course. There is  only one practical way.  Begin, with a Savings Account. Deposit regularly.  In an astonishingly short  time you -will have accumulated a fund that will represent the foundation of  an estate.  Any branch of this bank  will welcomeyour account.  404  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  head omce  T0KW5NTTO  I Capital and Reserve $15,00 0,000 I  OltKBTON IIRAKOK      J. 8. W. OVXtWHS. Minute.  Br cvnohoa a1; Invormoro, Cranbrook and Pomlo.  r*rW*Vi  ������  Thrift  consists   in   spending less than  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money* you  have taken a  long step toward content*v_c-_iU  We pay interest on Savings balances andl shall welcome your  account. ������_  THE CANADIAN BANK  __klH^_- -^_M__ _!_____���������   __M___. ^__ a������U JB IHIMtaWHIMMk      _Mti"^M*MHWlMli  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Creator* Branch  R. J. Forb-a, Muuagor ,/���������  yy ^yj  r/&s  THE  CKESTOK  BEYIEW  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, MAY  1?  monan  QF THE  S^m^m^SStES"  mmt  (1 Qftmsnaurd picture  Comedy*      Paramont News  COMING!  Friday and Saturday  MAY 23rd and "24th  <<  Abie's Irish Rose"  -FOR SALE���������-Four to six thousand  Van San Strawberry Plants - at $8 per  thousand. E. Ostrensky, (Alice Siding),  Creston.  FOR 1_ALE���������Two-yea? old stallion,  Clyde bred, weighs now about 1200 lbs.  Geo. M. Holt, at the Bryce Carfrwright  ranch, Creston.  ��������� LAND FOR SALE���������Adjoins Reclamation Farm. Will sell in blocks of 40  acres or larger at $10 per acre. Monrad  Wigen, Greston.  Kapei's All CanadianfShows will play  Creston on June 12th and 14th. In  other year's the annua! vis|t has. usually  been in September.  D. A. MacDonald left at the end of  the week for Vancouver, and will be engaged in C.P.R. tie inspection work at  the coast for some time.  FOR SALE���������White Flemish Giant  Rabbits, good stock, in healthy condition. Going cheap- as I am selling all.  Carl O. Wigen, Wynndel.  FOR SALE���������Ton Netted Gem potat  oes, good for seed or eat, $3.50 per 100  lbs. Also some fine onions, 4 cents per  pound.   Geo. Cartwright, Erickson.  W. B. Martin has this week moved  from the station and is occupying the  remodelled residence' on the Elstone  ranch, which he purchased earlier in the  year.  To speed up road improvements in the  Valley the government has just taken  delivery of a new 4-ton Hayes-Anderson  motor truck, which was uuloaded at  Creston on Tuesday.  Col. Mallandaine, C. O. -Rodgers and  S A. Speers represented Creston board  of trade at the 1930 convention of Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern B.C. at  Cranbrook this week.   -     :  Mr. McMahon, who has spent the  winter in Creston with his son-in-law  and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers,  left on Monday on a visit with his daughter in Toronto, Ontario.  Jas. Anderson of Vancouver, formerly  of Kaslo, was a visitor here at the* first  of the week on business in connection  with the Hanna pole operations at  vCaof  TV   __���������������*  Local and Personal  Dr. McKenzie was a motor visitor to  Cranbrook at the weekend.  FOR SALE���������Kitchener range, in: good  shape, S15Y.Geo.-Murrellj'Creston^,  FOR SALE���������Team, wagon and'���������'harness.   E. J. Malthouse, Camp Lister.'  Mr. and Mrs. W. Fraser were motor  visitors to Kimberley at t e end of the  week. "  Mrs. P. Bolton was Va. visitor with  Spokane friends : a few days last week,  returning on Sunday.  FOR SALE���������Horse, cow, calf, set  plough harness. - John Egger at O. J.  Wigen ranch, Wynndel.  LOTS FOR SALE���������Several lots, fine  location, near school, price $125 and up.  Algot Anderson, "Village.  Percy Robinson has been addedto the  sales staff at the S. A. Speers store, com-  r mencing work this week.  G. J. Bayle and son, Bill, of Northport.  Wash., were renewing acquaidtances in  Creston the latter part of the week.  RHUBARB���������Finest quality strawberry rhubarb for sale at 4 cents pound,  for one week, at Creston -Mercantile Co.  Two new members were aided at the  May meeting of the Women's Institute  bringing the total membership up to 36.  FOR SALE���������Team grey Percherons,  weight 2800 lbs., and harness. No reasonable offer refused. J. Jauncy, Wynndel.  W. E. Cnrd wishes to Inform that, ho is  serving Crystal ice cream and giving,  light lunches. Also hotdogs on short  order.  Mrs. Geo. Niehol returned at the end  of the week from Bracebridge, Ontario,  whoro sho haa boon visiting for ������ ahort  timo, and in accompanied home by her  daughter. Beryl, who has boon in th������  east for tho past few months.  Wo invite ycm to inspect our  new Htcick of  Mien's Shees  ��������� ���������     *  Rnhhere  W���������������rmr GSIevee  and  Wiciien QMten&IlB  Full .stock,    Priced light.  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  \  Creston tha past season.  Four degrees of frost was recorded here  oi Thursday morning of last week, but  now that the May full moon is passed  all serious damage from this quarter is  looked upon as being over.  Mrs. J. S. Clowes, who has been a  visitor at her home in Vancouver for the  past mohthj retu-Bed on Saturday,. and  is accompanied by her mother who will.  spend a holiday in.Creston.  - FOR SALE���������Low wheel farm wagon;  orchard disc, in and out throw, $15;  hand cultivator, $5; hand power orchard  spray, pump and tank, $20. E. Ostrensky (Alice Siding), Creston.  Miss Margaret Stapleton was at Nelson on Friday and Saturday where she  was one of the contestants in the pianoforte class* at the Kootenay musical festival held in that city last week  Mrs. Bolton, who has been operating  a boarding house in the Jackson store on  Wilson Avenue for the past few months,  has closed the business to accept the  position of eook at the Creston Hotel.  EYE SPECIALIST���������Dr. O. M. Darke,  former president of the Idaho State Ex-  aming Board, will be in PorthUl, Sunday,  Monday and Tuesday, May 18, 19, 20.  Dr. Darke comes regularly and guarantees all work.  The Valley got .38 of an inch of mois  ture in the rainstorm on Saturday night  and Sunday morning, but orchardists  will be uneasy about yields until two or  three oldtime sod soakers arrive to  provide moisture nt depth.  Basketball has been added to the List of  sports at the high school. With the  proceeds of the bridge t e students ha\e  been , able to put the tennis court and  equipment in first-class shape and th'_  sport is nlso going strong.  Dr. McKonzle has just completed the  purchase of a lot 60 x 100 feet from F������  Romano on Canyon Road, next the  office'' of Long Allan & Long, He is  starting in at once to erect a commodious  dental office on the promises.  Romombor the orchardists meeting at  the United Church basement thiB(Friday)  evening at 8 o'clock, at which F. M.  Black, chairman of the Committee of  Direction, and Mr. McDown.ll. another  committee member, will spoalc,  Tho Ladles' Guild of Christ Church  havo their usual May ealo of aprons,  plain and fancy sewing, home cooking  produce, etc, at tho Parish Hall on  Saturday aftomoon, commencing a1? 2,80  o'clock, to which nil aro invited.  C, F, Hayes. It is expected there will������  be*a number of visiors from lodges in the j  surrounding towns.  LOST���������Saturday, May 10th, between  Creston and Washout Creek, balloon  spare tire for Fordid Finder leave at  Creston Motors.   R^pard.  Another car or.sefid|Pwheat arrived at  Creston on Monday.fand is being used  for seed by Messrs. ������ Garretson, Starks,  Piper apd   Eirk,  .wjfaose  areas   On  the  Reclamation^Ypar^ ^e4loc(^ted at the  south ehdi- At the inorih};9end  seeding  vj^rvt MMaVMO   K*K ������_i   ������*Wh������y    VVIUJJ������������VIVU������  -y   ,     ', ���������   '.-        -��������� ��������� . "'";-^'T,  Evangelist Rev. Job njfE. Barnes, B.C.  superintendent of PentecostalJAssemblies  of Canada, will be the speaker at the  Full.Gospel Mission on Sunday, May,  25th. Mr. Barnes is a talented speaker,  musician and singerV and will be accompanied by Misses Robinson and Sandine.  ���������  ��������� " Y   . ":'; ' Y  Friends here of Howard Allan, son-in-  law of Mr. and Mrs.; Jasr Cherrington,  will hear with satisfaction of his winning  second place in baritone solo work at the  musical festival at Nelson last week.  scoring .82,. poin' a, as compared with 83  registered by the winner of ,the competition. "  Three of the the local students at B.C.  University have completed the term  sucessfully, according"���������'* to ; the results  published at the end of the week. Misses  Margaret Fraser and Madeline Putnam  have passed the first 'syear in arts? and  Jim. Cherrington. has .completed the  second year in applied science.  The half-acre lot. on Hillside Road,  formerly owned by the late; John Eck-  stronvhas just been purchased by Leslie  Mclnnes, who takes' possession almost  immediately. The lot is alongside the  Jas. Cherrington .place and has a small  house on it. Mr. Mclnnes, will occupy  this until he can erect a commodious  bungalow.  Mrs. W. Fraser was guest of honor at  a miscellaneous shower in Trinity United  Church hall on Friday evening, the  | affair being arranged by Trinity  IN MEMORIAM  [LAND    FOR   SALE  MARSHALL���������In loving memory of John  Marshall, who died May 12th, 1S28,  aged 60 years.  "The chair is vacant in our home;  ,. A voice we loved is stilled;  A vacant spot within our hearts,  Which never can be filled."   Wife and Family.  FH. JACKSON  REALESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  80 acres near Creston, Lot 9270. price  $1500, or best offer. Apply MARSDEN,  Taghum, Nelson.  Twenty acres of improved land, buiLd-  ngs. and plenty of water, goes for price  of improvments. B. NOUGUIER, Canyon, B.C.      Y * . ._ . ^^  Christ OhuiGh, Oreston  ,. SUNDAY, MAY 18  /TD'ccsTnxT i-[ ������n   ������_ _-n      MofiVo   ������-n<4  Hoiy Communion.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m., Evensong.  SIRDAR���������7.30 p.m., Evensong!  Ella  -a  %js p_n ���������G������__*__ j9-_r! sfW \%&������Ess  RADIO and PHONOGRAPH Combination,  10-Tube ELECTRIC, $375.00; and $25.0J[>  Records; Sale..  $300  ORTHOPHONIC, $190 and 25 Records    ���������������������������'.>      "Y ' $115 and 25 Records��������� __  .'������������������".    -"���������" * $ 95 and 25 Records��������� _  ORTHOPHONIC PORTABLE, $48.00; "Sale ���������  ������  . " 35.00;  Sale    $125.00  ...._ 100.00      80.00  40.00      30.00  Agent for COFFIELD RAINBOW WASHING MACHINE, Electric  110 Volt, fully equipped with latest improvements,, fully guaranteed, $98.  ALL OF ABOVE SOLD ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  "'  T_aB_x.J_i_s_A.X_X_ STORE  GEO, H. I_LE3I_-_."Y  -El  _-(_>'V...t  ,___      _������������������-     _.._.__.._.__, ���������-,  ���������-.-_���������,   -  -k-_L..-..|^.-...^|T^r.|   A-*.-A--.--.-- A.--.-----L-*.--.--.-->.-.-A.M.-A..A.  I Aid, and at whieh the popularity of Mrs.  Fraser was strikingly evidenced .in the  many handsome gifts. The evening was  pleasantly passed with music, contests  and refreshments.  '��������� %  The international baseball league fixture for Sunday, 18th. is Creston vs.  SauupHiint, at Exhibition Park, with, the  game due to startjat^3 p.m. jThie biggest  crowd ever seen at a ball game Is looked  for as Saudpoint ia to be accompanied  by a 20-piece brass band and a big army  of fans, in addition to which it is expected many of the Lpgion visitors will remain  over. Creston team has been strengthened in the infield and are. out to  win.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  Greston Electoral District  SPRING I  Now .hat   Spring is here, tell us about that  moving  job   you   want  done.     Nothing  too  large or too sniall.  reg:watsqn  TRUCKING,  ALBERT DAVIES  BRAYING,   IVtL,    %JUALP    WOOD  w* 'WmW"  't'tT* ' w*w.*.w.w  "vv*y'.y,'".,..y .^���������w.���������*���������?*'wv w -���������'-������������������  m"u'<m.v>'w*%-''W"Wm^mW"W"W,W,WWW"<*' V  V-vy.-'V  '? 'yy.* 'T' y r^Tf'?T'f  ���������W'V  The Consolidated Mining'&  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.  Office,iSmeltihgZand Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  - *  *  An important ranch property snlo wan  completed early this month when C. O.  Quiat, now living at Metiskow, Alborta,  disposed of his orchard property along  tlio K.V. |:o V. M. Viiuaour of TompkUiH,  Snplc, who bun ah early taken posoaeflion.  An omorgont commtmication of Croftton  MaHonic Lodge Ih bthig hold on Saturday  night 17th, for the oiJJclal v.D-fc from the  dlatrtel: fl^pwiy {.rand master, R.W. Bro,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I  shall, on Monday, the ISth day of May,  1930, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, at my office, Hillside Road,  Creston, hold a sitting of the Court of  Revision for the purpose of revising the  list of voters for trie said electoral district  and of hearing and determining any and  all objections to the retention of any  name on the said list, or to tho registration as a voter of any applicant for registration; nnd for the other purposes set  forth in the Provincial Elections Act.  Dated at Creston; B.C., this 17th day  of April, 1980.  F.H.JACKSON,  Registrar of Voters, Creston  Electoral District.  WATER    NOTICE  OIVEJRSIONT AND USB  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Power,  Light & Telephone Company. Limited,  whose  address is  Creston,   B.C.,  will  apply for a license to lake and use Two  Hundred second  feet  of water  out of  Goat River, which flows westerly and  drains Into Kootenay River about one  and one half miles northwest of Creston,  B.C.   The water will bo diverted from  the stream at a point about GOO feet up  stream  from Canadian Pacific Railway  bridge and about 550 foot southwest of  tho northeast corner of Sublet 29 of Lot  812, and will be used for power purposes  upon tho area described ns in tho undertaking of the Company within n rndiua of  twonty-flvo mtlM ot Cronton  B.C.   Thift  notice   was   posted    on    tho   ground  on   tho  24th  day of  April,   19J10,    A  copy of this noticq and an application  pursuant thereto and to tho Water Act  will be filed in tho ofneo of tho Water  Recorder nt Nelson, B.C.   Objections to  tho application may bo filed with tho ������aid  Wntor Recorder or with the Comptroller  nf Water Rights, Parliament Bulldlngd,  Victoria, B G��������� within thirty daya after  tho find, apposirancc of this notice in a  local newHpapor  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY.Ltd..  Applicant.  By CHESTER R, PAULSON, Agent.  DuU *>C flrat publication of tlsh notice !s  M������y 2nd, 1080.  i -hiiiA - ind'liftiiA .A-n^ni A_ni*-ii-_t i -fri������i^t-1-������_lr_^i-J_--to������iA--h--fra-frl- _f.w_r.i-_b������Ait l^rf*!! ^*-A - ^--.A.-.--... A.-_^_.. A.----.  your  Summer  A f-yv weeks hence you may enjoy _  racatfon with a thousand thrills In the  Wonderland of the Canadian Rockies,  Pacific Codst, Alaska, West Coast Vancouver island^ Eastern Canada, or even  Overseas.  DAILY  MAY IS  TO  Slil'T. 30  GOING   PLACES   AND   SESElIMCa  THINGS  'PACIFIC .COAST   EASTERN CAM ADA  T.HOICE   OF  THREE   PICTURESQUE  ROUTES THROUGH THE ROCKIES  STOPOVER AT RENOWNED  RESORTS  ������  No expensive Side Trips necessary  Hotels arc on the line, and In the heArt  ,   or magnificent Scenery.  ALASKA  Visit the MyaMc Northland  on a palatial PrinceM Liner  From Vancouver and return  $90  TICKETS MAY BE ROUTED VIA THE  GREAT LAKES  on payment $10.00 additional for Berth  and Meals.  ���������"wrri���������n���������r"iMifi-ir-iTi-r-Miiir-iiri--r-r-iiii-..jii ������������������������������������������������������������  nnm 1 ���������*"!" "  THREE TRAINS DAILY  The DeLinee Trans-Canada Limited  The Imperial The Dominion  WEST COAST VANCOUVER  , ISLAND  A crqhe historically Ipter-  cstlno and extremely  dcllaMlul     /  From Victoria and return  *h0   w  >t_0,W FARISB  rtoturn Limit Out. 81,1030  TO  MAY 22 TO GBPTEMDEII 3d  UNITED STATES  ]  Have the Cecvodlan Paetftc Aocctt clva vou !fu19 pasUcotlora  k? ������__r_B B8*V| ^^HB ^^D H m*j^Bi jBjmBs    _B_L_____8rr__!_BBfll_BpP^H! B9 SHP 19 jgmmk^i  r.      '-.      .,    WortdVi OrtMMtTrwnil 8  Uh^i Cui.Mwiia-i. i'u< (/*_ iihvut: 'i'tmw*ii*4$��������� >_iWu<  -���������������������������     - ��������� -������������������   ~- ��������� ��������� i.. _-_ , . ���������������������������    ������������������������������������    ���������~  -l-_-M_ll-l]ll--_-_^-_^  ������������������  III THE    IJEVTEW.    CRESTON,   B.    0.  'am-Huk  is Uncgua/fed for  ecz������mji uiceas  CffilBiaffiSCviD SOP.SS  OfTSBUffMSSCAlDS  &MCWmMP/i������S  mffisapmox&woif/ifm  In Free Russia  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Mourned "by scores of old sourdoughs of the Yukon gold rush and  later stampedes, John P. Mlnook, 85,  famous guide, is dead.  William D. Moreland has been appointed vice-consul at Vancouver,  B.C., announcement was made toy the  U.S. state department at Washington.  Lady Mary Heath, famous British  aviatrix, has been granted a divorce  at Reoo, Nevada, from Sir James  Heath, wealthy British iron master,  on grounds of extreme- cruelty.  The British garrison will be withdrawn and the territory of Wet-Hal-  Wei restored, to China, October 1, fit.  Hon. Arthur Henderson announced in  Commons recently.  The old town of Cor bach, Germany, amid the hills west of Cassel,  has become excited over the prospect  of unexpected-riches. Torrential rains  have uncovered a gold deposit nearby.  T*and, Livestock, and Implements  Belong To tho Community  Frequently one wonders why communists who enjoy all the privileges  of liberty, stability, protection and  progress in Canada do not go to Soviet Russia, which they claim to admire _ so much. An explanation of  the collective farming policy,, printed  in Pravda, official soviet publication,  explains that the land, live stock and  implements belong to the community,  which means that so far as the individual is concerned they belong to  nobody. The farm workers get from  45 kopecks C223_' cents) to 1 ruble 20  kopecks (60 cents) per day of ten  hours. Out of this they must buy  ������2_ei_ food and clothin-" fltid -nav their  trade union dues.  GIVE CONFIDENCE  TO YOUNG MOTHERS  A. simple and safe remedy for the  common tils of babyhood and! childhood should be kept in every home  where there is either & baby or a  young- child. Often it is necessary to  give the little ones something to  break up a cold, allay fever, correct  sour stomach.,, and banish the Irritability that accompanies the cutting  of teeth.  Experienced mothers always keep  Baby's Own Tablets in the home as a  safeguard against the troubles that j Honor Given To Canadian Author  seize their little ones so suddenly and  I .  ""���������  ust "use^a teaspoon, of GiUeit'js I^yeiti about  a gallon of cold water* and you have a mixture  that will instantly clean even the greasiest  pots and'pans.  GILLETT-'S LYE  HAS HUNDREDS OF bAILY KOUSEHbLD USES  It cleans and disinfects sinks, drains and closet bowls  . ���������. effectively removes old paint... cleans floors, etc., etc*  Send for our booklet on household cleaning. It will  showyou the many ways Gillett's Lye can be used iri  your home to make cleaning easier.  *Lye should never be dissolved In hot water.  STANDARD  BRANDS  <3__,LETT  PRODUCTS  Toronto Montreal  LIMITED  Winnipeg  ably s^-  Weak Spells  Wouid Fall Over  Mrs. James Vanalstine, Pibroch,  Man., writes:���������"I had pains around  my heart, and suffered with weak.  smothering spells. Sometimes I  would fall over and would have  be picked up and put to bed.  "I used several boxes of  ���������oung- mother  can feel  reason-  xfe with a box of these Tablets  at hand and ready for emergencies.  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thoroughly laxative that act -without  grripplng and they are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates or  other harmful drug.*?. They are sold  by medicine dealers or by ma51 at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  M^edietne Co., Sro>ckviller Ont,  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  to  and It Is now over three years since  I have had a spell.  "I hope anyone who is In the same  condition I was will give H. & N.  Pills a fair trial."  Price, 50c. a box at all druggista  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn  Co., limited. Toronto,  Ont,  Protecting Wild Geese  First Aerial Traffic Cop  L,ovr Stunt "Flying In California Made  j Appofntment Necessary  |      California boasts    of    hav3ng    the  '��������� first aerial traffic   cop. His  appoint-  ��������� ment became necessary, because of a  ; plague of low stunt flying, which is  j not only dangerous to the aviators  j but to hoisses and property,, as we"  i as causing untold loss to film com-  j panics. In the midst of his. "sttrai-  | ing'" the aviator will suddenly hear  f the blast of    a siren,    arid    see    ap-  ��������� proaching a fast black-and-orange  \ 'plane bearing- the police badge. The  \ new "cop" will not only look after  stunters; he will do all he can to  avoid aerial congestion, which is becoming a serious matter iixt California. Other well-known public services have already "taken the air,"  especially the fire brigade. Forest  fires are located by 'plane, and at the  aerodromes in England fire and first-  aid 'planes are always ready for an  emergency.  Royal Empire Society Awards Gold  Medal To ]>r. C. W. New  It is announced that the Royal  Empire Society, formerly known as  the Royal Colonial Institute, has for  the first time awarded its gold medal  for the best book of the year of outstanding imperial interest to a Canadian. The recipient of the honor is  Dr. Chester W. Mew, professor of history of McMaater University, and the  work thus honored is his volume entitled "Lord Durham, a biography."  Dr. New*'s biography Is the first  authoritative historical survey of  the life of the first Earl of Durham,  who was governor-general of Canada in the period immediately following; the Rebellion of 1837, and who  was a prominent figure in the fight  JESUS  MAY 18  TEACHING IN THE  TEMPI-IS  Golden Text: "Thou shalt love the  Lord thy God with all thy heart, and  with all thy soul, and with, all thy  mind. This is the great and first  commandment. And a second like  unto it is this, Thou shalt love thy  neighbor as thyself."���������Matthew 22.  37-39.  Lesson: Matthew 22.1 to 23.39.  Devotional Reading:  Psalm 15.  A vwl56 Choice  Good health is most desired by  Thomas .Edison, he said, when he was  asked what he would choose If offered any one thing in the'mental,  material or spiritual worlds.  Explanations and Comments  The Pharisees' Question About  Tribute, chapter 22.15-22.���������Then ���������  after listening to Christ's parables  which were plainly a warning to  them (Matthew 21.45), the Pharisees  took counsel how they might ensnare  it���������J__i-.g _ll?da in 1 SSi-tut������  "Had ������i������as So? ������������mt_B. Sisclo apglicattea sS  "Sootha-SalvV ������&��������������������� itch s_mS ban _d L _-_mt������������  ������ is? ������sde- _uuc Sot good." Jasw P&ala.  "Scotha-Satva" ends Kc-na- mack������������iUsse������TS_  known. Itc-Aag -toy in.t_-.qy. AM Qiatt-te.  for the development of democracy in \ Hlm in His ^J^opuigf ^I^JSm  ._ . _-_..   . .     -,_      ��������� ..     on to say something whicb they could  Great Britain and self-government in I report as treason and  Canada.  The true statural pearl comes from  the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf,  Central America, West Indies^ Australia and the Japanese Islands.  ��������� <M3.i  m i^  Worms are encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and bow-  Manltoba Airman Fined Ten "Dollars ! els, and so subsist.      Miller's Worm  For Chasing Them  "For disturbing the peace of Manitoba wild geese by chasing them in  an airplane, Philip Osier waa fined  $10 and costs by Magistrate R. M.  Noble In provincial police court.  Game Warden Durant told the  court that Osier had worried ' thousands of the" birds, during the close  season, when, in his 'plane, he pursued them between Rosscr and  Meadows.  He was told to advise his aviator  friendb to cut out tho sport.  Powders will alter these conditions  almost immediately and will sweep  the   worms   away.   No   destructive  parasite can live in contact with this  medicine, which ia not only a worm  destroyer, but a health-giving medicine most beneficial to the young  constitution.  DEAFNESS  Buzzing Head Noises  CAUSED BY CATARRH  Nine case tn ten are due to Catarrhal inflammation. Based on the  experience of others who have been  relieved of troublesome buzzing in  the ears you can count on the effective action of Catarrhozone. No  medicine to take ��������� you breathe the  healing vapor of Catarrhozone  through a small pocket inhaler and  derive results quickly. Catarrh of  the middle ear Is routed out. Hearing improves. Head noises cease.  Catarrh in the nose, throat, ears ���������  wherever located, yields to Catarrhozone. You can purchase a  two-months' treatment for $1.00, or  a smaller size for 50 cents, at any  druggist,  thus    secure  ; from  tne Roman  Governor  a death  I sentence for Him.   They took counsel  1 with the Herodians, whom they hat-  1 ed, but their common hatred of Jesus <  was stronger than their mutual hat- {  red.  The Herodians were the court  party, a political party that came Into existence with the rise tb power  of Henod the Great.       Their desire  was to bave a Jewish, kingdom established under  the Herodiaa dynasty.  The Pharisees were the strictest religious   sect  among   the   Jews,   and  were bitterly opposed to Roman rule.  They were looking far a Messiah who  should be their earthly king and free  them from Roman domination.  Pharisees and Herodians" together  came to Jesus and began their attack  with a preamble which meant that  the question they were about to propose was a dangerous one to answer,  but they knew He was not afraid of"  consequences. Tho words were intended to conciliate Him and put  Him oflf His guard, but It was nevertheless a fine tribute to Jesus from  His enemies when they said that He  | was true, that He taught the truth.  j and was fearless in His preaching of  WRI6LEYS  ��������� life���������like good golf���������Is made  up of many tittle things each  one of which helps the score*  Better digestion���������steadier  nerves���������clearer brain* are all  factors that count and are  gained   from   the 4ry   use of Wr-Rley*"*     V   Zr-lQ&sl  After  every meal  OBIS  Mokca flw������������  Kt*i*������ you ttwtik*  ���������?"������������ ItEinurd'H  for ISwmw.  Thomas A. Edison says that tho  people of this world don't know n  millionth of 1 por cent, about anything, Tn Mint.event wo might as well,  knock off and call It a clay,  ".'.���������.".",'"i"  .''."���������.'."., '."'",'. '.''  v "        "���������   / ChildienGry  o^^SeVS& _j ^^J^E^S,H_*_i/  AHAHVHEMKIW  ;=3a AFPJJU_������VMDjWYI6**C_^������H_i  ~*"11 rw couc-ooHsniwrtOH.oiwwiEA  The worn-out paper money returned to tho Treasury Deparmcnt  at Washington, D.C., each year, is  turned into paper pulp from, which  is manufactured fine writing paper,  cardboard and shoo counters.  Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.  Do not make the mistake ���������of waiting  for asthma to wear away by Itself.  While you aro walling the disease Is  surely gathering a stronger foothold  and you live in danger ol? stronger  and yet ntrongev attacks. Dr. J. D.  Kellogjg's Asthma Remedy taken early will prevent incipient condition  from becoming chronic ������nd wives  hours of awful suffering.  Tho government: leases 51 Qfticcs  mid buildings In Ottawa, paying, annual rcnta lof $701,130, Bays a return  tabled in Commons. National Defence  Department takes moat of Uio housing space.  Worm������ food upon tho vitality of  ���������children and endanger their lives, A  simple and effective remedy is Mother <3ravc������' Worm Exterminator.  New Steamship Arrives  The "Princess 33llzaboth," latest  addition to the Canadian Pacific  coastal fleet, arrived at Victoria after  a 30-day trip from Scotland. She will  go on tho Vancouver-Victoria run.  Tho "Princess Elizabeth" is 351 feet  in length and cost $1,230,000 to build.  Sho has berths to accommodate five  hundred pus_euger���������.  Chinese women are now playing a,  leading part in tho reconstruction of  China, TlHyv are jiiitorasting thom-  Helves In politics, lit Commerce, "ih,  moral and social yirolfare/iii hyjglene  and In .all patriotic movomcntB,  ������r*E:WXR&uftan  writ* _ldo������jr ������m4  ftclM and ovwnlg_i wT_a.Mllr_fl.������.|lff������i'  utt.*������i  f (_������������. dvui  t oac������. Oak I  tads')  W,    N,     IT.     IRfl-  flllovatod pi ay ground h abovit l-l.  Cect above street lovel ������we proposed  tor li������o tiho oC children in New York's  nrowdod tenement districts.  Rpain.l'H flr������t olive oil vonarefm \vnu  recently held at Brazil.  ] MliiurdM Olieokm Fiilllni; Hair.  DO YOU  SUFFER WITH  HEADACHE?  So easy to wet quick relief and prevent an attack In the future. Avoid  bromides and dope. They relieve quickly but affect the heart and are very  dangerous. They are depreiuinff and  only give temporary rene->'the cattle  of tht.headache still remains within.  I The sane and harmlewi way, First  correct the cause, sweeten the nour  and acid fttonincli,, relieve the 3ntet������  tin������s of the decayed and poi*emou������  food matter, eently fttlmulate the liver,  start the bile flowing and the h_-wel������  l>ass off the waste matter which CftiMft,  your head ache.  Try Carter's XUtla  ivei* Pi Hi.  Druft-glit* 2.1c red pkgi  C  the truth.  Since Ho was such on one as thoy  said, they wanted His judgment on a  matter of controversy; Did He deem  it lawful to give tribute to Caesar?  If Jesus answered that It was lawful  to give tribute, the people would turn  against Him: and If He said it was  not lawful, Ho could be charged with  treason. Jesus saw thtouerh their pur*-  pose and exclaimed, "Why make ye  trial of Mo, yo hypocrites?" Jesus  could always seo tho insincerity of  tho would-be flatterer.  Then JcsuP) asked for a coin,  tho  tribute money,   Thoy brought, Him a  denarius,  a coin worth about olpluV  pence half-peny,  as the, Blblo* mar*  glii tells um.  "Whose i������ this image and oupor-  scrtptlon ?*��������� Jomis asked. Thoy must  porftprco answer, .''Caeaar'a.',' ^'Ren-  dor,Uieroforo; unto Caesar tho things  that aro Caesar's,." returned Jesus.  "And unto God the things that aro  God's," Jobus solemnly added.  Whan Florence Nightingale was  asked tho secret of hor life, hor reply was, "1 havo worked hardi xery  hard, that Is all; and I havo never  refused anything- to Cod."  w  W>Wr-iil-i-������..������tm 11��������� ��������� ���������������mm������ iWnn^ifH  X������io-Bhatlng' In Vlomia  Vienna, Auotiia, boasts one of the  largest artificial outdoor ico-nkatlng  rinks In tho world. The sport Is enjoyed there throughout the year. Tlio  rink accommodates eight thousand  portions. Tho huge maahlnwy which  malcon the Ico Is almost n������ much of a  wonder an the rink Hue.- and hnii  served a a modol for "otlier Himilui.  enterprlacw.  A. Cardboard Church  One of tho oddest churches. In the  world, that at Benonl, about 20 miles  from Johannesburg, S.A... is to bo  moved from Its present site. This  church Is constructed entirely of  cardboard nnd beaver board, and wan  sent from England aboxit 20 yearn  ago In sections, Xt has been extensively used and ham proven efneent.  '���������   ' .,        . .' /'  V ���������.'������������������"���������  I,,.I,   .(\.lAm>.  PARIS FINI  , A. a������)������Wttt*il con.en-.  ftr-UJ    ������r������i>������r������tlon  for    <3out,    nheuihi-  dkm, I.utnli*!-,  ScU-  filca,    V������lm    In    the  .. Hoiidl,   V*������;   lArnh:  " K'rle������i  II.BO p������r bo*. '  iMHHWm*���������.���������������>mw -������n���������-nWi I.- HMWMIi  ROY - O - Tfi  V*.t ir*<lueliitf   .������l>lol0.  Prl.������ 91.09 p������r b*x.  .   IB I'A/rNlt!Jn A BOCKAb OVl'KNCKI  FRENCH PILULES  A   H������rml������M *tf*ettt* fitm-l*  llonthlr  H������������ru1nl_..  prlc# |���������.0(f per bos of two lrtrs* Bt*������l)ostwi  lor IB.flO. On ���������*>��������� -o* over IB y������ar������.    ���������  .WKil  .HI "���������"! ;" "." . i.M.w.1. ._.M.. Wii.li.*^w.������ll������.M.. .! II  A.������* you nirrctinT    <4r������"ran ru>n 4������wn?  TITAN TABLETS  lU������tnv������������ Hw-lth, Vim -ml nn������vvy.  friit* 11.80 u������r box or _ Urar* l>ox������a. i9.H<t.  l , r. ii i - - ->���������>-��������� i ���������- m _'m ��������� n m������ ������i������ ii'-i-n iwi"n> ���������m*m*tmimm*4 'wt-mn mm w i rnvmn, i- imwwm t  Parla Catarrh Treatment.  A mo*t w������nil������������f������il r������������w������-r for CaUrrli *( III*  Hm4 ������n������ Ikl������4d������r, *������, l'rlr* |2.e������ par _������������.  Civt.c-cBicwn Medicine  Co.'  MONTMVUL.  V,  Q.  ld������lftblUh*dL SB  y*������*������.  imhvmt uoouLUXD dknt vihsh.  mmmmmmmmmmmmwmm __EE   KEVIEW.   CRESTON".   B.   C.  ^  6^  *&>szA "^rtaja i#T,_-_b _**������������������������*���������������������-������ A*v***+w> ^<% mo -$W\*vt tha *iri_-e#'-+'*'_f"'  JK.C1X jwst;  J��������� ca *������v������--%-������������ ^__���������������������������-���������.������������ ������.^- ������������������._ ���������-<_.___ ������._^ iui������si ������������s  gardens, Ythen straiglit to yoiir grocer���������brimful of  flavor and freshness.   Every: package guaranteed. eo.  ���������4gtff  is doocl tea  HED, ROSE������RANGE PEKOE fctestraTigtsbd  In the best package���������Clean, bright alumitmm  55  S  3S  ;iIIBHIIIIIIIIIIISlI.BB8tlilllIlBlll!!lHllllHg  I   SH-VER   1  I RIBBONS 1  ��������� BY ��������� m s  CHFilSTTNTE  WHITING* S  VPAR-__ENTEI. S  S Copyright 1929 85  *nilieiHIIIkf|||llliii9nWUlKfl������UBIlBfBll!3Ilfi  CHAPTER  XL���������Continued  "Well, I was bursting to te.1 you���������  seemed as If I couldn't get here  quick enough. I knew Ghanaian waa  out, too, and thought maybe you'd  like company. Besides,' I wanted to  borrow a lump o" butter for my dinner. I almost forgot it, same as *I  forgot to order when. She boy come  round. IJon't you get up, Grandma* I  know your ice box. .most as well as I  know my. own.'1 "  "And good, reason, too!" murmured Grandma to herself as Miss Lizzie waddled off.    "Seems as if in the  iEWSL.   B-i-H������ i.y   y_������a. a   _u__���������: ������   _i_-ua_iju.g,   j_mB-  zde Baker hasn't borrowed of me ���������  unless it's my tooth brush."  She turned tb the window, stared  for a moment, and then exclaimed:  "Why, here comes Lawyer Garfield!  What on earth. doe3 he want of me?"  CHAPTER  XII.  Charmian was finding her old  schoolmate a rather unsociable companion this morning. Once Grandma's  ��������� cheery presence was left behind, he  relapsed into sirerlce, ahd v3%_3*������o' all  appearances giving his entire attention, to the car. He didn't speak until  they drew up before the Bascomb  house with its expanse of glaring'  window glass.  "I'll run in," said Charmian. "I  can get away from Emmy quicker  than you can; and we mustn't loiter."  "I'm not liable to loiter with Emmy Bascomb," replied Jim, stepping  out before Charmian could move.  "Of all the bores .   .   . Y"  He left the sentence unfinished,  and strode up the path, while Charmlan, who agreed with him about  Emmy,  smiled to    herself    as    she  /StToiag.eiY'JNow  "My daughter Catherine is  fifteen years old. She waa very  Irregular,   often  sick   at  her  stomach and had to stay in  bed two or three days'"at n  time. One of your booklets was  sent to" us by mail so I got her  I a bottle of Vegetable Com-  | pound*  Catherine - haa   been  taking it regularly and she is  | gaining in weight and every  way. 1 told the neighbors and  four other glrla are taking it  with good results.'"���������Mn. Cuw-  \ence Jenkimont Box 14, 'Thorn-  lo(it Ontario1,  ���������. ,  ,  }.<*,,t"?W.wtiti 931'11 /oj-Ow M^ii ���������  w.  "iuV'.iSwr  watched him enter the sEde door without waiting to knock. She was re  gardlng the new windows disapprovingly when he came out, -tossed  Grandma's - catalogue onto the back  ���������eat, and said, as he started the engine: "Quick work that���������considering. Emmy's ordering a hat ��������� toy  mail!"  The suspicion of a smile curved his  lips, and Charmian laughed outright.  "Did she ask your advice3 Jim 7 I  suppose  she considered  you  an  authority!"  He threw her a reproachful glance,  but answered: "She showed me. the  picture, and asked whether to get  blue, like her new waist, or black  that'll go with, everything. Ezra's in  favor of the blue, Emmy thought ������t  might be extravagant. I voted with  Ezra, not because I cared a_ darn  which she gdt; but because I saw it  was what she wanted."  .."Tactful Jim! I didn't know you  were a'diplomat." ' v  "There's a lot you don't know  about me," he responded cryptically,  and once more retired into silence.  Charmian, who feared to  say the  wrong thing, said nothing at all for  a half mile; but as they climbed the  hill that divided the two villages, she  suggested: "Lets -waste five minutes  .and stop under that oak tree. I love  this  view,  Jim,  and I haven't been  here   ail   summer.      How  small   and  peaceful the village looks from here.  Somehow it always makes me think  of *0    little    town    of    Bethlehem.'  Doesn't it  ever make  you feel  that  way, Jimmy,. especially on. -a winter,  evening, when   the   lights   shine  out  from the houses?" .*.  The young man, who had obeyed  and stopped the car, was leaning forward on. the steering wheel, his eyes  searching the valley so far below.  "You're a queer kid, Charmian,"  he said quietly. "I guess you see  things I don't" sec at all, and never  will. It's mighty pretty up here, but  I'd never think of comparing South  Wickfield with Bethlehem. *-What  put such an idea into your head?"  He was so genuinely puzzled that  the girl laughed.  "Oh, you can laugh t" he hurst out  unexpectedly, "but it's no laughing  matter to me, It makes me feel a  thousand miles away from you.  Grandma says you don't like the  Bascombs* windows, or at least, she  doesn't like 'em herself, which is the  same thing."  "This Is a lightning change of subject," commented Charmian.  "It's no change of subject at all,"  corrected Jim. "And if we're going  to get back before'dinner���������"  He started the car so suddenly that  the girl lost her balance, and for a  moment her "woman's crowning  glory" brushed his shoulder.  "Sorry," Jim apologized, "I dlldn't  see that rock."  Ho released tho arm which he had  instinctively thrust out to help hor,  and Charmlan said: "Didn't you? For  a minute I thought H might bo your  manner of Inviting mo to a petting  party."  "I don't pet that way," ������ald Jim,  and actually smiled.  . "That'a hotter," aipprovod Chav-  mlnn,  "What?"        '  "The smile. It makos you Joolc  more human. You'vo a terribly Jg-h-n  _aco, Jim, when you're upset mentally. Sometimes It bcutob me."  "Who said I was mentally upaol?"  he demanded, scowling, ,  "No oho had to Hay it. It's boon  written all ovor you for tho last hour,  I suspect that I'm yosporiBliblo f.ov it  in a meamiro, and that makeo mo  sad, Won't you Bmlle and 1>q friends,"  Jim wmlled,       ,  "You didn't quote correctly did  you?' ho inquired.  , Charmitm only laughed, and nuked,  mi. .the car wlowort down bofwro a  umall, brown,    ahabby cottage;    "Jul  I, this where 371011 eellect your "interest?  It doesn't look as If the iinterest  would--well, come easy." .   ,.  Jim nodded/ ^d reached for. a  brief case contal^bag papers.     .  "Oh, Jim!" CharmlarL spoke softly  so as" not be overheard by any one  within, "how can the poor sounl meet  things like Interest? She has three  children, hasn't she?"  "Five," he corrected;, and stepped  out onto the grass-grown sidewalk.  "R>rf. b_it'where does she igei th*  money to pay you? She can't possibly���������"   ;  "You don't have to worry about  that," broke in Jim IightBy, and  turned away.   ' ^ Y' .  A queer, sick feeling crept slowly  into the girl's heart. This didn't seem  like the Jimmy Bennett she had always known. _>id   all   men   change  when it came ' __> business saa-utterB.  she asked herself. Did none of them  feej, compassion for a  woman who  had to struggle as this poor woman  must be struggling to keep the wolf  from, that   shabby,   sagging   door?  Was it just part of the day's work to  them���������collecting what must be the  pitiful savings of weeks and months?  And was Jim,Ywho seemed so kind,  like all the rest? pidn't he care .  .  .  Charmian  putfed herself together  suddenly, realizing that Jim had been  gone some time, and that unless he  hurried Doctor    Carter    would    undoubtedly dine on the contents of a  cold bean pot. Then the door opened,  and though the woman smiled and  shook hands with Jim, Charmian saw  the unmistakable   traces   o_   recent  tears in- her- red-rimmed eyes,- and  the girl's heart hardened ai bit toward her old playmate and the hard,  harsh world of business that was a.  part of .him.  "Did she pay ������t?"  The question came almos. against  her will as they started back.  "She did," -said Jim. "That's why  I went there, wasn't it?"  "And you don't feel like���������3ike Shy-  lock?" burst from Charmiasa In sudden, overwhelming indignataon.  Jim looked at her in amazement.  "Why in thunder should I feel like  Shylock?"  His voice was cheerful, more  more cheerful than it had been since  they started out.  "If you don*twknowP" Chaxmian. replied -oldIy,~ "ifc= would be -useless" for  me to try to tell you." And it was  she who was silent on the ride home.  hen Food  tjnrs  ��������� About two nours after eating many  people' suffer from sour stomachs.  They call it indigestion. It means that  the stomach nerves have been over*  stimulated. There is excess acid. The  way to correct it is with an alkali,  which neutralizes many times: its volume in acid.  The right way is Phillips" Milk of  Magnesia���������just a tasteless dose in  water. It Is   pleasant,   efficient,   and  harmless. It has remaiuea the standard with physicians in the SO years  since its invention.  It is the quick, method. Results coma  almost instantly. It is the approved  method. You will never use another  when, you know.   .  Ba sure to get the genuine Phillips?  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. Each bottle contains fun  directions���������any drugstore.  Charmian sank limply into a chair.  "Dont tell me we've got a law suit  on our hands!"  "And no  sooner .was  I___zie  gone  than I looked out and saw Gam Gar- .  field  crossing the  street.       It gave  _ne a start! He walked  Is kind, of  solemn, too.      He likes to look that  way When he has a case���������-sort of Important.     But I wasn't going to have  little Gam Garfield put on airs with  me; so I said, 'Morning, Gam. I was  just thinking of the time I caught  you hanging by   the   .seat   of   your.  trousers from our Porter apple tree.  You "were seven years old, and you'd  eaten yourself sick, so I didn't have  the heart to give ytfu the spanking  you deserved for stealing fruit.' That  sort of���������well, took the wind out off  his sails, as you might say."  .  ��������� (To Be Continued.} .  everywhere of necessity thou must  have patience if thou wilt have inward peace, and enjoy an everlasting  crown.���������Thomas A. Kempis*  To repel one's cross is to make it  heavier.���������Henri Frederic Ainlel.  A Splendid Record  Lifeboats    stationed    around    the  coast of Britain and Ireland, manned by volunteer crews, have saved  62,187 lives in little more than a  century, an' average of eleven lives a  week. " *���������  Campers Carry Minstrel's.  Little Kelps For This ���������e  *_=n  J-5'  I'  "Whosoever  will   come   after   Me,  let him deny himself, and take  up  his cross, and follow Me.1  34.  -Mark viii.  CHAPTER XIII.  Sorry  The cross is not so hard to bear  Sinee I have learned to say,  O Lord, I walk not, anywhere J,,  "Unless -Thou lead'st the way,,  -���������s��������� R. Leroy.  Both above and below, which way  soever thou dost turn thee, everywhere thou shalt find the cross; and'  VERY BIRD LOVER- should ��������� have  thJs new revised edition of ���������  Brock's Book .on Birds���������Tepletc  with 342 pages of valua"bll_ Jnforma-  tioaa on the ca.re and feeding of cage  birds; also enlarged, (SO ;pages> of practical   advice   on   the   treatment   of   bird  {llS6_l_i-iS  The regular prJce Is 25 cents, but to  readers of this paper who enclose 10  cents, addressed to the WINNIPEG  NEWSPAPER UNSON, McDELRMQTT  AVENLTfe, EAST, WINNIPEG���������a copy  of Brock's Boole on Birds will be sent  along with a generous sample of Brock's  Bird Seed���������a correctly balanced diet pre-  jared from t&e: finest seeds, selected  irant ait parts of the "world; together  with a real treat for your bird, a sample of- Brock's Bird /Treat, a tonic that -  brightens the plumage and strengthen*  the song.  Every  I_over  SKoiiM  ,Hav������^;  This  Book  the ride wasn't more of  a  success,"' said Jim, as he left Charmian at the side door.  YHe smiled rather wistfulBy? but it  was the  words,  not. the  smnlle  that  lingered with her as she turned on  the stove drafts; Something in -Jim's  voice had brought back ttue uncomfortable feeling she had experienced  earlier that day, when she  thought  she had hurt htm. And he was right.  The ride hadn't been much of a success. Charmlan was, she toDd herself,  ridiculously disturbed about it. Only  the persistent pounding:    off    Greatgrandfather     Davis's ,  grold-headed  cane, roused her to the ..fact" that she  hadn't run in to speak to Grandma,  as was her almost invariable habit  on reaching home.  "Well," exclaimed tho oM 3ady, as  her granddaughter appeared In the  doorway, "so Its you! I didn't know  but what it was a trampViao I made  all the nolso I could, Where's Jlm-  any? Gone? Dear me, I food something to tell him. You needn't rush  ���������round so, chiidy, be cause the doctor  won't be here to dinner. They're taking some one to the hospital at Eastboro. K_ telephoned an hour agro^ Sit  down, Charmlan, and let the dinner  wait. There's news a-plenty."  .   "News? Who brought it?"  "Lisszie Baker; and llha to die of  apoplexy sho \vaa, from ruuinlng. And  after she'd ''gono homo (by the baolc  door after borrowinjr ,fionnK5 butter),  Gam Garfield brought the rest of it.  He wanted to know the yal'we of those  bands wc-sold the deacon I1*  Base Ball  BaaebaU players uao Mliiard'tii  for fitOTwofia, atraiBiioct llBf'Q-  ments ix.ncV'brul'aofl. TOioy nlao  recommend It w a mbdown,  Keep FIRE  at Bay tvith  GYPROC  FIRE s.idom visits  houses having  Gyproc Wallboara  ceilings,   partitions^  ���������walls and sheathing.  On the contrary  Gyproc has saved  mftny homes. ''"./"''  This pionccar Canadian  fire-safe .gypsum hoard has a  new Ivory coloured finish  this year that snakes decoration unnecessary (when panelled). It is just the thing to  tise for making extra rooms  in the cellar or attic.  Quickly crccccd, inexpensive,, structurally strong;,  Qyproc Wallboard gives permanent fire protection.  Your dealer's name ia  listed below. Ask him today  for full information or write  ������o������ interesting  free  book,  "Jtoildiaqg and Bcaiodcll3ng  with Gyproc."  GYPSUM, LIME AND 1  AtABASTINE, CANADA.  XIMITJ2D        ���������������������������    -,  W_n������ipes * Manitoba  *Mem������ \mm  \g$f*t  I01W T-i__   UNJUST UN   HE VllfiW  'wwww  * w"w-w y ��������������� *w -> ��������� v ������ -������������%'������v,wi,j v' %��������� v������ ��������� w "^* . "?������?��������� v y.y 'y'ft"*1  TIME FOR  Our stock comprises everything for the  Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls  and the Little Folk  ���������to keep comfortable in during  the warmer weather.  1    ��������������� .-J ���������-3-_* ���������        B���������-rf-hC-AW  -UlO_<k_.~.������_:<-?        J. *_rw������v*j?  ���������a complete and attractive stock  attractively priced.  Creston Valley Go-Operative Assn.  GnESTOH  Tmo Stores  EFUGKSOR  Loc^I asid Personal  Misa Edith Cook  was  a visitor with}  relatives in  Spokane   a  few   days  last  week, returning on Saturday.  An important real estate deal was  closed on Thursday last when Geo. Hendren purchased the lot at the corner of  Vancouver Street and Victoria Avenue  from the United Church. The property  has about 60 feet frontage on the avenue  and adjoins the parsonage property.  Unusual value iss offered at S. A.  Speers.' store with the well "known Speers"  Special Bulk Tea now at 50 cents a  pound. Previously this tea has sold at  70 cents, but the remarkable cut is due  to the recent tariff reductions, along with  the large turnover in this particular  blend.  Mawson. It weighs 5 pounds 8>_ ounces*  Is 21 inches long, and a girth of 1534  inches. This jumbo is almost a pound  heavier than anything that has been  previously taken, and was; caught in the  backwaters of tfee Kootenay Rive*.  Douglas Speire had previously turned in  one weighing 4 pounds 5 ounces. In the  trout class Ben __eadbetter is leading  with a rainbow of 2 pounds 12>_ ounces,  which he got in Goat Riv^r on May 4th.  It is 20$������ inches long and girth of 11 %  inches.  NliTlCE TO CATTLE OWNERS  ������_<___> vmaim  __'*Ji   _���������..-.-_.._.l    _���������_  TU  *-     ^     ^   ��������� ^--  ������������������ ���������  ^---��������� -������������������     .-���������-..  ^      ��������� -���������     -      A,..-,-.--.^....^--...*.*,*.*.-.-.-.-.^.!,  " ^S^ft������S5.--^*-^������as*S^-^S^  Notice is hereby given that during and  after high water period no dry stock will  be allowed on the East side of Fats, as  this area is required for milch cows. GEO.  NICKEL, Secretary, Creston Vaiiey  Stockbreeders'" Association.  itli^'f   -^    *-n1if|-*     ^     ���������..������������������-��������������������������� A,-���������,-���������.-���������.-������������������I���������.������������������-.  Buy your Electric Supplies  at the  -5-fl_._lg  ���������������1WU1|  I  W      m  S S B l_ _  IS  III  m  a  The pesky mosquito is due to make his  appearance in quantity almost, any time  now, but there is no oecasioa to be inconvenienced   by this  pest   if  you   use  GmB\fmnSmwed    Wire  Ne. M* MESH  This  is   absolutely   mosquito-proof,   and  comes in 24 and 36-inch widths.  We have a complete stock in all standard sizes of  Screen Doors and Screen Windows  Screen Door Hinges  Bulldog Fasteners  Buy what you require now and avoid  possible disappointment.  s. A. SPEERS  DryGaods,Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  DELICIOUS MEATS  Fresh . . juicy . . tasty and tender . . all those  wonderful qualities that make home cooking a  joy to eat and prepare. A delicious variety to  choose from; a splendid econoimy to enjoy.  We carry a full line of  Swift Canadian Products  thus assuring you of the best at all times.  Cleanliness prevails throufihouii: which means so  much where foods are handled.  We endeavor Ji.v Service ami gfoing mtr customers  the Best Meats to warrant their patrona&e.  day last from Cranbrook, where he was  in attendance at a two-clay conference of  forestry men of East Kootenay. Forthe  benefit of local autoists who sometimes  step on the gas, Mac advises thatf there  is now a speed cop on duty in the Cranbrook area.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strong, formerly in  charge of the Commercial Hotel, who  left here about two years ago for 3_eth-  bridge, Alberta, have returned and have  just purchased a couple of lots at the  upper end of Barton Aveenue, on which  they propose to erect a home and again  reside in Creston.  Miss Marguerite Ferguson with a ���������guess  of 1675 was the winner of the Congoleum  rug given away at S. A. Speers' store  in the Congoleum firm's guessing contest  whieh closed on Saturday night. The  correct numher was 1684. Of the large  number of guessers the winner was the  only one who selected something in the  1600 class.  A surplus of $42.60 is reported in connection with the recent athletie display  by Creston juniors. Receipts were  $50.10, made up of $55.10 taken in at  the hall and a donation of $5 from S. A.  Speers, Expenses were $17.50, made up  of hall rent of $7 50: cartage of extra  seats, $1.50; printing and advertising,  $6;   ribbon for badges, $2,50.  At the annual conference of the Presbyterian W.M.S. of Kootenay-Boundary  at CrahbTook last week, Mrs. H. H.  Taylor was named press secretary; Mrs.  M. J. Boyd choserf1 secretary to Young  Women's department, and Mrs. Leslie  Mclnnes 5s second vice-president. He-  ports submitted showed all allocations  met and one new auxiliary formed.  Rev. R. E. Cribb and Mrs. Cribb and  children left by auto at the first of the  week for Vancouver, where they are  attending the presbytery meeting of the  United Church in British Colurnbia, Mrs.  Cribb being. delegate from the local  congregation. They will be absent for a  couple of weeka and in his absence O. M-  Samuelson will take charge of the service  at Trinity United Church Sunday next.  M. R. Joyce, C. F. Hayes, W. Kern-  aghan, "W. H. Watcher, Sam Steenstr up,  R. J. Forbes, C. F. Armstrong, and A. I_.  Palmer were part of the local Masonic  contingent to visit Kimberley on Saturday night when a special communication  of Selkirk Lodge was held at which the  officers of Creston Lodge conferred  third degree" in impressive fashion.  Following tho lodge work there was a  splendid banquet spread and a throughl -  enjoyable time was very much in ov -  dence.  The biggest bass ever taken _n loca  waters has juetjj been entered by Melt  Beam in the, contest conducted by Vic.  RANGETTE with enclosed  open,  regular $41.30;  SPECIAL   at   $25.00  Only a limited nurnber available.   Order now and  keep  cool   during    the    summer.  A complete line ELECTRICAL  APPLIANCES at prices  to suit your pocketbooh       ,  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  _������n*+  1  be Done  You can not get a  better car for the  same price, or one as  good for more money.  The New  ti  >i  TBMMON!  The   ELECTRIC  SHOP  WESTINGHOUSE Radios anriptadiolas  MAJESTIC Radios and Supplies.  ELECTRIC FIXTURES & SUPPLIES.  is here for your in"  spection.      Call and  ask for a demonsfre9*^  ^������a������JwwiAi~  Oreston motors  I   Mam St. at Bar tori Ave*   \  ������5~���������=3sgi*=62:���������ismitmy'  ^s^smsz rs>amt*g: ������������������rz&m*.  ior _Giin  Oar stock of Hats and Caps  is now complete.  * ���������  FELTS in the new shades  at $3.00 to $7.75  including Borsalinos, Dan Dobbs  Sackville and Budd.  STRAWS In great variety.  CAPS for Men and Boys  All the newest patterns and colors.  PRICES ARE RIGHT.   -  s  Are You  Aware!  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  IS^I-SE{_I$liSlg__I)  >.M IIWft.������-������.>ilUl*x;.i..,,:|l������0l im<������..,  That if a horse's feet cot  dry and hard it eventually  leads to Lee Founder?  Watch your horse, and if  he stand? with one foot  forward it in- a sign hia  feet aro Inflamed. We  guarantee' to soften feet  with cine slioeinp;. Have  it done before it goes  ��������� ��������� i'tb6:'fni,4ir' ���������  -_-_uaM^-nMM_L*_fajh___*j|__ft_n__j__ua___u  _fc _ <ii-_-fciji-_>a A->j_lw-lL_iiAai.A %m*������ AwA.OiAmA tiitbm JkmJk\\\mJkSutjM*JhukJLmJm)k^^  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  on, Lamb ������i> Veal  r������  3gg  axiiffiiiSl  W. MORROW  BimchnmHh. and  Woodworker  Phono your order and receive our best servico.  -���������- "        "���������"-"���������������������������'' ���������    "^ "'������������������" ���������''  "        "      l..'!l--.B.im'!L.MIi..l'..LlHml|l!:-!ll-1l I'TUIHJ)'"     !. .  1/   '  TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrach Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CW(_-^  BURNS9 WEAL POULtRY FOOD  BURNS&COMPANY.Ltd U)MWttMti3K������_-ftM^  n.-a^L^'jtsiM^faf"' ���������  THE   REVIEW.   CR-_-STO-ST,   B.    O.  Stunts Planned for This Year  One  Across  ^"  SAME  FLAVOUR  L  QUALITY  ROWN  Man   Plans   To Walk  English Channel  It looks as if 1930 is going to dis-!  tingsush itself aa a year of amazing  stunts....':;.;.-;"  Herewith are just a few of the  thing's that carefree men and women  are planning to do during- .the summer.  Fly an engineless glider across the  Irish Sea from Holyhead to Dublin.  Walk across the English Channel  on water boots.  Cross Niagara in a ruinatitre sub-  marine:  Walk blindfold around tho top of  ; one of the tallest buildings In Britain.  A young airman, Mr. Alec B. Traff-  ford, oiT Si mi Ingham, is t6 attempt  the dangerous feat of flying* a glider j  across the Irish Sea. He has already-  had considerable experience in glider-  flying- in Germany, and Us now at  work on the machine with which ha  intends to make his big attempt.  The man who is hoping: to cross  the channel on water boots is Mr. J.  Haszard, who has invented an ingenious device consisting of a pair of ordinary shoes attached to the tops of  twa airtight bags, which he inflates  with a bicycle pump. To help him  in his 21-mlle stroll across the waves  he will use a pole attached to another  He will obtain refresh-  a floating    quick-lunch  0������������ifataW*^"2_E������|  a__afi������������_ss|  ������-tf_*_B*frl  i^"op__r-S*  .a,������tait������a8-a_-.  Al    Ai.-i_  CHP_TfeI3������I?C-  8-9 A v^*^.a__s������_?  inflated bag  ! ment from  counter, to be established somewhere  A.l children are subject to little  upsets. They come at unexpected  times. They seem twice as serious  in the dead of night. But there's  one form of comfort on which a  mother can always rely; good old  Castoria. This pure vegetable  preparation can't harm the tiniest  infant. Yet mild as tt is, it soothes  a restless, fretful baby lake nothing  else. Its quick relief soon sees the  colic, or diarrhea, yields to the  soothing influence cf Castoria.  Keep Castoria in mind, and keep  a bottle in the house���������always.  Give a few drops to any child  whose tongue is coated, or whose  breath is bad. Continue with  Castoria until the child is grown I  Every drugstore has Castoria; the  youngster comfortable once more,    genuine has Cha������. H. Fletcher's  back to sleep. Even aa attack of     signature on the .wrapper  Tke Farm For TLe F  arm  B  oy  near    mid-channel.  weekly.  -I������*ro__t  Pearson's  CRYING BABIES  ABE SICKLY BABIES  A New Motor Disease  "Driver's heel" Is the latest disease. Rough roads, requiring constant working of pedals and controls,  are responsible for this trouble,  which can be very painful. E-ootors  with "patients suffering from the new  ailment -are recommending that heel  mats of some soft material should be  provided by motor manufacturers,  ; particularly for racing cars.  Every ���������once in a while some pullman car philosopher coro.es along with a  few suggestions on how  to remedy the evils with -which, agriculture  is  supposed to be afflicted, and frequently winds up with a peroration containing some gratuitous advice to "keep the boy on the farm."  All of which might be all right if the itinerant solon were fully  acquainted with the conditions of the country which he calmly surveys from  the window, the conditions of the industry about which he descants so easily  and freely, and the trend of the times, about which he may, or may not  know anythingv If, however, he were so well posted he would probably tell  the newspaper reporters that he has "nothing to say on the subject today."  Now this question of "keeping the boy on the farm" ss not a new one,  and it has a good many angles to it, some of which are well worthy of a  little reflection by the individual before he decides whether the boy should  be kept on the farm, and if so, how to go about it.  The first question that naturally arises is: "Should the boy be kept on  the farm?"  This query opens a great realm of speculative thought and examination  long before the sequent answer: "How is it to be done?" can be satisfactorily dealt with.  It can be said at the outset, without fear of contradiction, that not all  boys are fitted for life on the farm, physically or temperamentally, despite  the fact that the farm affords an outlet for the expenditure of a wide range  of talents. To try and bind such youths down to a life with the soil is akin  to shipping a consignment of flannel vests and fur coats to the niggers of  Equatorial Africa, and about as useful.  And what about agriculture itself? Does agriculture need, and-can it  offer suitable rewards and satisfaction to, all the boys who are born on  the farms of Western Canada ?  Here again is a question which has an important bearing on the  problem of taking care of the future of the rural youth. Fifty years ago a  single farmer could only raise enough produce to feed a handful of people.  Today, with the use of highly mechanized and highly powered Implements,  one farmer can feed a host, and tho trend in the direction of increasing tho  Something New In Business  Renting overcoats has proved ������  successful business for a store at  East Ham, London, England, during  the recent chilly weather. The rate  for,use of the garments is the equivalent of four cents a day, and a small  deposit Is required. Many rent the  garments for only one day.  The well child does not cry ��������� it is  only the sickly baby who cries. The  well child is laughing and" happy.  Baby!.s cry of distress is his way of  telling his mother or nurse that he  is ill. Therefore, if your baby cries  do not delay in looking for the trouble.  Baby's Own Tablets are a safe and  efficient remedy for childhood ailments. They are a mild but^thorough  laxative which through their action  on the stomach and bowels banish  constipation and indigestion; break  up colds and simple fevers and promote healthful sleep. They will  make baby chappy and keep him  happy. They are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  In Baltimore,    Ohio,  monument to Adam.  there   Is   a  Ths   promissory  g- t-U>     <&,_.vv>     jr_<_������_       _--__���������-���������  invented  Christ   and   was  Babylonians.  note   dates   bads  _...  Preparing Eggs For Storage  The new egg-candling and egg-pro-  i cessing* plant at the Pacific Coast  Terminals, Limited, is now in operation, preparing eggs for storiage and  candling them, at the rate of 500  cases a day.  productive power of tho individual in the realm of agriculture is neither j ^^^^Runiot Various kind!  For Scalds Or Burns.���������Dr. Thomas'  Ecleetrlc Oil is a standard remedy  for the prompt treatment of scalds  and burns, its healing power quickly soothes the pain and aids a speedy  recovery from the injury. It is also  an excellent remedy for all manner  of cuts, bruises and sprains, as well  as for relieving   the - pains   arising  Just a tasteless dose of Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia in water. That is an  alkali, effective, yet harmless. It haa  been the standard antacid for 50 years  among physicians everywhere. One  spoonful will neutralize at once many  limes Its volume in acid. It ia the  right w ay, the quick, pleasant and oflffl-*  cient way to kill the excess acid. The  stomach becomes sweet .the pain de  parts. You are happy again in uv������  minutes.  Don't depend on crude methods.  Smploy the best way yet evolved in  all the years of searching. That la  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia.  Be sure to get the genuine JShHUps*  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years In correcting excess acids. Each bottle contains ful_  airections���������any drugstore.  recording a halt nor a swing in tho other direction  If science, combined with improved business management, is going to  continue to widen the scope of tho individual engaged In agricultural  production, the time may come when a very considerable proportion of tho  lads reared on the land will havo to look elsewhere for a vocation.  Then, even more than today, the question of determining tha fitness, or  otherwise, of the rural boy for bringing forth the fruits of the earth, will  assume a greater Importance, As has happened In other industries In the  flux of time and change, those best adapted by nature and preparation to  agriculture will be those who will stay with the industry, and they only. The  others will find other fields more suited to their talents and incllnations.  If the foregoing diagnosis of the trend of tho times is corroct, it Is very  fortunate that tho Western Canadian provinces have within their borders an  infinite variety of resources awaiting the application of tho initiative and  courage bred in our youths, for their recovery and conversion to tho sorviacs  of mankind.  It is alp.o fortunate that coincident with this tendency to reduce the man  power on tho farm, a marked development is taking place in industrial life  In tho west which, along with'the development of tho resources already  referred to, will afford an over widening outlet for tho energ-Ios of younr  manhood. *  Progress has always boon marked by evolutionary changes of this kind.  Usually they bring discomfort to Home, hut this Is inevitable. It Is urrIohpi  to try to stem the forward march. Tho wise attitude is to try and discern  what prosemt day trends may bring in the future nnd take advantage of tho  opportunities they may afford.  Those aro questions which, no doubt, aro receiving serious consideration  by those responsible for tho conduct of education in mrul districts.   ������ Tho  wise educationist is not content with taktno; things as thoy are for granted  but is looking to the future and pairing; adjustments which the necessity of  tomorrow may dictate   ���������Ottn Supply Cunoda'w Needs  An Investigation made by tho  Canadian Qovbrnment Department of  MJnofl Hhows tho sodium sulphato do-  ponltlH in Bashatchowan containing  ovor 100,000,000 tons _f natural hydrous salt, enough to supply the Do-  m Intern's require)mcntu and to furnish  a mirpluii for export. Ono of the chief  uhoh lii Canada, .f>f this "salt cake"  Iw In the production of aulphate or  krnuft pulp.  A bottle in the house and stable  saves many a doctor's and veterln-  ary's fee.       ���������  In early Saxon marriages, the  father of the bride delivered one  of her shoes ;to tho bridegroom who  touched her head with it is a symbol  of his authority.  Miller's Worm PowcHers not only  make tho infantile system untonablo  for worms, but by their .action on  the stomach,'liver and bowels, they  correct such troubles aci lack of appetite, biliousness and other internal  disorders that tho worms- create.  Children thrive upon them and no  matter what condition their worm-  infested stomachs may be In, they  will show Improvement as soon as the  treatment begins.  Mark Twain once staid that there  wore two occasions Us a man'B- life  when ho could not understand a  woman--before ho marries her and  afterwards.  First-Aid  For all pains atqd aches, foot  troubled, cuts and bruises, pr  general massaging ' purposes,  MlnarcVw tilmply can't bo boat*  on.  W.    N.    U.    ISftS  jj  ill TTTTC ;. "RKV-rE-W." - 'aRE&$6$7':'%'*: G.  SENATE AGREES  "HT-1 '  _*       "HT-1  DlLLd  . Ottawa, Ont:---It isCnpfc ;the--intention df." the -; governrnfent, to:,;"prdc_^d:  with the [' financial"', reconstruction of:  the Canadian National Railways .this  year, Hon. T. A. Crerar, Minister of  Railways, told the parliamentary  committee which examined the estimates of the National system, here.  The government had proposed to introduce a, bill dealing with the amalgamation of the various constituent  companies, but no progress having  "been made previous to the Easter recess, it was doubtful iff that . bill  would now be dealt with in view of  the approaching dissolution - of parliament.  "I frankly confess," said Mr. Cre-  _ar, "that, assuming my duties as  Minister of. Railways in February,,X  haven't been able to get a. clear idea.  of what is involved beyond the fact  that it is a tremendous task.  "I doubt if the amalgamation' will  now be proceeded with, but it should  be done next session."  Sir Henry Thornton, president of  the C.N.R., informed the committee that as far as the railway was  concerned all the invest3gations had  been made in connection with the  financial reconstruction and the  company's recommendations were  ready. Mr. Crerar, however, had  had no opportunity to enquire into  ���������what was an exceedingly complicated problem.    The situation now was  Chinese Stage Battle  Winnipeg Is Scene Of Riot Between  Oriental Factors  Winnipeg, Man.���������Axes and baseball bats were wielded in Winnipeg's  Chinatown as two Oriental: factions  clashed in riotous street warfare.  Three Chinese were so seriously 'vd-  rjured that they .; were,, taken to h os-  pital, while numerous, others were^bc-  iiig'attended at their homes. ��������� .������>5V6_-  Orientals are under arrest. ��������� >  Rioting broke out shortly after  midnight with two-score members  of opposing political factions milling in the' fray which began when ]  two Orientals engaged in combat.  From stores and residences ia the  surrounding area, within a block or  <-������,*������   .-i#.#-l- ���������    ���������**f.  V.^.11     ->-.,-.-������   /->iv.-i���������.������__  _������������������.������,      ������S_._������  __.      -N>. I _l ._���������_���������_  armed with axes, sticks and baseball bats. Several were knocked un-  conscious in the; mob-clash.  ''Police arrived jwbile-the .riot was  in full swing and the battlers dispersed within a few moments, leaving injured men on the road and  in the gutter. Fleeing combatants  were arrested ^and the more gravely hurt were hurried to hospital.  Condition of 'the three wounded  men was reported as showing improvement.  Survey Of Natural  Resources In B.C.  Hon. Vincent   Massey,  Washington, who has been named to , jointly as "before.  Information   Is   Being   Sought   On  Peace River Block  '; Victoria, :B.C���������Under an. agree-  ment between the British Columbia  <rQVer_____nfc' wv^ the Canadian gov���������  erj^eJ-tiY..' the ;���������^���������Caaa^_a^^:���������:.^aUqna3,  Railways and; _ho Canadian Pacific  'T>:p������i������OT������T> ''aa2_o___ced'.'bw"'Pre?3s.ier ������L B\.  Tolmie,., a systematic . natural resources survey of the. Peace River  Block Will be launched almost imme-  diately^and carried on all summer.  The survey organization under Major C R. Crysdale, which conducted  tha Pacific Great Eastern Railway  survey, of last summer, will handle  the Pecos River block: investigation  also.  The government and the two railways will share the cost of the work  '_*. _^.^i 4*h m _r^iWJi^^kisv_wiwi_f _f_ _l _*  KLIUNMRuUIUN  WII  fiia  (W C W 1.  \������fi" '   ^������ J_^_ i\t*  _Lfi&_>  Ottawa; OnL���������-"vyiuiout & division  "and with very little debate the Senategavei three readings each to the  Papers Resent Action  Of Scotland  &$Xu  _V__^���������__     A _._.������.._.  it Method ISisspleyed In  Reference To leakage Of News  London,    England.���������In    connection  .with the probe into the leakage of  succeed the late P. C. Larkin,. as high  commissioner for ^Canada in London.  Workers' BilLFor Debate  Measure Has Been Refused To House  Mouse Of Commons  Ottawa, Ont.���������A measure respeot-  Ing employment of Canadian workmen  on dominion Government contracts was referred in the House of  Commons to the committee on industrial and international relations.  The sponsor of the bill, Dr. J. J.  ! E.    Guerin,     (Liberal, St. Ann), Informed the House that the measure  was of serious interest to labor, especially in the City of Montreal.     In.  "We need this information on the  Peace River bioclc before we cair  intelligently deal with the future of  this great-area,  of   about   3,000,000  acres/vthe premier, announced^     ���������".  Britain Has Refused  Demands Of Arabs  news from government sources con-  one of simply determining what the ; nected with the arrest of Gandhi in  government wanted to do. The ex- j India, the Newspaper Owners' Asso-  ecutives'of   the  C.N.R. had submit-! elation has raised its powerful voice  Delegates     From     Palestine     Told  Proposals Were Unacceptable  London, England. ��������� The British  colonial office Issued a statement declaring that the demands of the Palestine Arab delegation, which has  been in London discussing the future  of their fellow-countrymen, for con-  wholly un  dele  ted      their      recommendations     this  J   ������?������**    4- ....  The problem o������ financial reconstruction had been under intensive  study for the past six years and he  did not suppose that any more complicated task had ever been undertaken on account of the large number of records) mortgages, securities of different terms and rates of  interest. These had all been finally  catalogued and straightened out. -. It  " was ���������t^^~atvi_he':i pleas-ireYof^thig government and the will off ^parliament.  The company itself was prepared to  go ahead with .the matter.  The re-financ Ing scheme did not  involve the disturbance of existing  issues.  against certain sections off the Officials Secrets Act of 1920, under which  the detectives secured their warrants  to invade the home and question the  newspapermen.  adopted  a  brief the purpose of the .bill, he pro- ; stitutional changes were  cceded, was to    provide    that    there j acceptable."  should be no age U_m_ tn respect 1.0 j     j^ ^Qe same- time the Arab  Canadian workmen seeking employ-, gation>   -^i^   recently   declared   it  ment qu government contracts. 1 ]iad reac3ied a deadlock in the nego  tiations, announced it would leave for  Palestine on May 23.  The colonial office statement  said the government had taken note  of the Arab  demands but; had told  "Would Not UseOld Law  Paris, France.���������With a    view    to  The association  has ; making Prance unhealthy for loafers  resolution  regretting the '< and pettjr criminals,--a.bill has been  Aviation Valuable To Canada  sion and permanent confinement at  hard labor for any person who, having already spent at least six months  in- pr^sob, /shall haye;"been convicted  a second time.' :.��������� -Y        .Y-Y .  .���������">.  Indian Filer Reaches England  Croydon, England.���������The Parsee Indian flier, R.D.,_ Tata, arrived by  aeroplane alone from India, after a  nine-day flight in an attempt to win  a prize of 500 pounds sterling offered  by the Aga Khan for the first solo  flight by an Indian from India t������o  England. The best times made by  other contestants were 17 and 23  days, respectiveJy.  Pay Tribute To Explorer  Oslo,   Norway.���������Norway    recently  paid ofllciaV tribute to Dr. Fridtjof  Nansen, whose sudden death occurred  "May IS. The Storting, or legislature,  held an extraordinary, meeting at  which President Hambro voiced the  country's praise of tho great explorer  and humanitarian. The Storting's offer to pay the explorer's funeral costs  wac accepted by the- Nansen family.  ��������� Alcrtncaa ;*'_ote_ everywhere*  Wrtgley's creates f>cp and e������  ergy ������nd'Wei������Biyou. alert,  -:/_. 5j- pucknutc wnay save vow,  from RoltyiBKo rieepat the wheel  of yevur, car.  Wr    W.    U,    1888'  More Development Is Urged By Br.  W.'SK. Boyle  Saskatoon. ���������- That Canada will  gain more by the development of the  aeroplane and radio than any other  country in the world, was the statement issued by Dr. R. W. Boyle, principal of tlio physical science division  of the new national research laboratories at Ottawa.  He emphasised the value of the  aeroplane and radio In bringing together certain parts of our country,  which with its wide stretches of unoccupied territory would remain  Isolated and Inaccessible without..the  aid of these two developments of  science. Dr. Boylo said that particular attention was being paid to aeronautics at tho research department  at Ottawa. ,  Will Holiday In Europe  Siiecf'NSiul .Western   Farmers   Going  Bock ForTshoa't Time  Toronto,- Ont.���������-Fifty-five farmers,  mostly from'Alberta,-and made up of  Ulcranlaria," Finns and Central IHuro-  peans; liavo arrlvod herobntholr way"  to Europe; Travelling In ton automobiles, mon,���������\yoimen and children, some  of the lat^or baroly; remomborlng the,  laud off" their 'birth, arc,,going, back  for ,a holiday tour after successfully  establishing them solves on the land  In Canada.  Starting from Edmonton, the party  motored over a route carrying them  through parts of the United States  then crossing again. ,  ;,;,,- tf)o������ Scott Ointenury  .London, Kngland.--An appeal to  ���������'Scotsmen throughout the world to  subscribe five thousand pounds sterling (nearly $215,000), towards a suitable nncl dignified'way of commem-  orntlngr tho centenary on September  Si, 1032, of Sir Walter Ekott, the  groat novelist, has boon Issued by tho  Duke of Bucclouoh, president of the  contonary oonunittee.  Postmasters Organize  Kamloops, B.C.���������Dominion-wide organization of postmasters was completed here when the convention of  1 British Columbia postmasters decided*  to join the other provinces. W. A.  Wylie, of Kamloops, was., appointed  temporary chairman of the provincial  branch.  -.JJLCfcJ-lllC  government action and calling it un- t introduced in the chamber which {..the delegation its proposals could not  justified interrogation of a journal- \ invokes a law of 1885 to the extent of I be accepted."since they render it im-  ist who coUectsd his hews by a legi- i imposing , the choice^.'.-���������between espul-5 possible for His 'Majesty's govern'  tlmate and open method. The reso- j sion and permanent confinement at j ment to carry out their-obligations  lution_- expresses concern for the  freedom off the press and demands  ^isphdmentf Sof^ the? act in ��������� the^imblic  interest. A copy of the resolution  was forwarded to - Prime Minister  Ramsay MacDonald.  _.������1 = ���������' _;_���������__ ^is^U. ���������' **.a ���������' _.������+������.-_,i  WH__a    _v_>������.vr_4JJug     ww    __._.������.    ������_M_._.^^_^f  of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Aiberta to those provinces. T^h^y previously had been passed through the  House of Commons as government  measures.  Hon. N. A. Belcourt, acting government leader, in supporting the  bills, said the provinces had been  dealt with generously sud fairly. It  had been the government's desire  to grant ; the provinces as wide  power as possible and he was impressed with the spirit that animated  the proceedings leading to the agreements,     -"  Hon. W. B. Willoughby, Conservative leader, said the natural resources-  hadYbeenr an acute question in the  west for years, but he believed it had  been settled satisfactorily. He referred to the fact that Alberta and  Saskatchewan "had been given the  right to appeal to. the courts on. constitutional issues. The Manitoba  Act, he pointed out, had. been passed  on by the Privy Council, but neither  of the others had been interpreted  judicially.'  Hon. A. B, Gillis reviewed the past  history of the natural resources, question In. the west. Withholding of the  resources under the 1905 Incorporations had been disastrous to the provinces, and the present settle_ne_s.t was  a complete jusiificaiioii of. ths stand  taken by Sir Frederick Haultain  when premier of the Northwest Territories. The provinces, he said, had  been forced into direct taxation, and  Saskatchewan alone now has a debt  of $70,000,000. If the resources had  been given to the province in. 1_������5_  : the sale of land .wbu-&'-L&ve offsetRepresent debt.  ..- .-Fine. Pedigreed Stock ." ~'Y ,.';  W'innlpeg, Man.���������Considered by  Professor W. L. Carlyie, manager of  the Prince of Wales ranch at High  River, Alberta, the finest shipment  ever brought to Canada, TO head of  pedigreed stock moved through Winnipeg recently over Canadian Pacific  lines. His Honor, Lieutenant-Governor J. D. McGregor, and many  I others Interested visited the through  j freight to look over the livestock.  HBR MAJESTY THIS QUEEN AITO HER GRANDDAUGHTER  Will Hold Opium Conference  League C������ Katlons Court--- _Ta Mee%  ��������� ���������.n&yrfi-*t.~ ...^^,l_������:..-_������ee������^_ber., ���������.;.....���������";.  Geneva, . Switzerland, -r- Measures  for strengthening the forces fightlnjr  the illicit opium trafilc by calling up  help from the 1'victim." countries  were taken-by the. council of th������  League off Nations.  The council tentatively set December 1 for holding an international  opium conference at which the chief  matter for consideration will be a.  proposal to limit the world manufacture of narcotics to the world's  medical and scientific needs.  To Broadcast Story  Montreal.���������The complete ntory -of  the approach of the R-100 to Canadian shores, her passage overland to  Montreal and her attachment to the  mooring mast at St. Hubert airport,,  as well as the reception ceremonies, <  will he simultaneously broadcast by  20 cities In Canada.  ^���������iifep^p  P^^^^i^^^^^S^^^^^  Queen Mary and the memuora of the royal family havo been one������ again  brought atrJlclngly i-ifa tho spotlight of public ofiteom by the biography of  hor mujoHty by Cluu.oUe Caveaullah, rucently piabllahcd. En London. PlTOto-  graphH above of hor majesty nnd PrlnoeiiH TOUmboth, granddaughter of tha  Queen, are by Marcus Aclamn, of London, .England, aaul are reproduood bore  through courtesy of Toronto membe.a ot the Photographers of America.  Dairy Pq.IsB  SMP Dairy Palls ace ttm&m  ot special quality tin ftiu%  bright palish. Ther������'a  weight to SMP Dairy Pail������  mm* Strength to do ytmxm-  of g<.od> hoxnett work. 100%  saiutnry . . ��������� Easy to keep  cleat.. E.oo!c itor the SM*^  label Pf <2uxility.   JJOC te  r ��������� " .-���������'���������'���������, ��������� a  L '  I  r,  DAI KIT tP5ABLS  MatU  8___-_&_  wummmmmmmmaumtamtm  g_i  ^WiiUM _CHE  CBES_-0_���������  REV-H-VW  Steam shovel  stops  telephone  service  When a steam shovel tore  down about 60 feet of telephone  ���������spires one mile east of Albion at  2.20 p.m., April 22, 14 longdistance telephone circuits were  put out of service. Telephone  men were quickly on the scene,  and had all lines back in order  before nightfall.  The circuits affected by (the  mention the   stretch   below  the  railway track.  Money spent on good roads will  boost tbe district. Money paid  out for damages sustained while  travelling upon these so-called  roads is a poor way to advertise.  Why wait until a bad accident  happens before doing necessary  repairs.  Traffic regulations say drive on  your right. In Creston we drive  around the holes and over the  bumps. RANCHER.  __1   Illisa-Ucs.^/  Apple Market  Promises Well  gary (2), Vaneouver-Kamloops  (2), Vancouver-Chilliwack (4),  Vancouver-Mission (3), Vancouver-Princeton,    Vancouver-  Penticton, and Haney-Mission.  Kootenay Telephone Co.  Committee of Direction Chairman Sees Light Eastern Crop  1930���������Strongly Advises Cold  Storage���������Likes Local Pool.  LIMITED  FHE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner, j for 1929 British Columbia had  more apples than all the other  CBESTON,   B.C.,  FRIDAY.  MAY 23  LETTERS TO  iht  ft*  ITOR  Village Highways  Editor Review:  Sir,���������What is the matter with  the municipality oi the village of  Creston? Is it absolutely broke?  In that case a loan from the bank  would be a good investment on  some decent and safe roads-.. East  of town is a bone shaker,   not to |  The best attended meeting of orchard  ists Crestori has ever had was that of j  Friday night when F. M. Black, chairman  of the committee of direction, along with  W. J. McDowell, another member of the  committee, held a public meeting in the  United Church hall, with Col. Fred Lister,  M.P.Pm speaking very briefly in introducing; Mr. Black, the chief speaker.  In opening Mr. Black very briefly  sketched the quantities of apples and  other fruits the committee had handled  during the past three years, stating that  produced  Canadian  provinces combined and that of this  heavy production hardly more than 800,-  000 boxes had "been shipped to export.  For 1930 Mr. Black was sanely optimistic. Figures already to hand indicated  that Nova Scotia and Ontario would  have a Light crop and that with but a  little better than a medium, yield in prospect for B.C. prices should be quite satisfactory.  In addition to apples he was even more  hopeful in connection with cherries.  Last year the committee had the biggest  tonnage ever���������108,138 crates���������and with  the extensive use of cold   storage it had  been possible to market cherries as far  east ss Montreal and get repeat orders  for them. This year it was planned to  utiiiae -the eastern centres for  the early  Keep FIRE  at Bay with  GYPROC  F~ HUB seldom visits  houses having  Gyproc Wallboard  ceilings, partitions,  walls and sheathing.  On the contrary  Gyproc has saved  many homes.  This pioneer Canadian  fire-safe gypsum board has a  new 3mproved finish that  takes any decoration. It ss  just the thing to use for  malting extra rooms in the  cellar or attic.  Quickly erected, inexpensive, strucm.ral.ly strong,  Gyproc Wallboard. gives permanent fire protection.  Your dealer's name Is  listed below. Ask him today  _or lull information or write  for interesting free book,  "Building and Remodelling  with Gyproc/'  GYPSUM, LIME AND  AtABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  Vancouver - B.C.  %emw wmmw  crop at top prices and put the balance  onto the prairie at saiisffactory prices to  both grower and buyer.  In connection with the advantage in  freight rates held by Creston, Mr. Black  observed that this district was not as far  ahead as it imagined sn connection with  this lower transportation charge.   The  speaker was cf the opinion that at Okanagan points ^here buyers could obtain  what he ternjed ,"ta31ormadeM cars���������that  is cars with [any djestred assortment of  apples,   vegetables," peaches  and   other  soft fruits���������these Okanagan points were  jj obtaining very much business that would  come to Creston assuredly if these assortments were to be had.  In the matter of cold storage Mr. Black  told of development In this connection at  other points and ventured the opinion  that now irrigation waa assured Creaton  would have to get into storage and it  waa not a bit too soon to be making preliminary plans. ItL answer to storage  plant costs Mr. MbTpowall asserted that  figures indicated thai Sn the case of apples  a suitable building would cost at the rate  of about 90 or 95 Cents a box where a  building of 100,000 box capacity was  erected, and for a 50,000 box plant cost  | would be not less than 45 cents a box for  j construction and equipment.  Mr- Black related the experiences of  past season in connection with storage  and to d the audience tb t it was found  that with Mcintosh Reds, particularly,  put into cold storage just as soon as  taken from the trees, kept longer than  fruit that was allowed to sit out for a few  days in boxes.  The operation  of  the provincial pool  was fully outlined.   It had come into be-  ing at the request of the independents  and had the full support of the Associated  Growers.    Mr. Black believed it was the  greatest step forward the industry had  ever taken   At this point W. G.  Littlejohn   had   opportunity to explain why  Creston had asked to be left out  of the  pool and in further discussion   of this  subject the matter of having a Creston  pool seemed to meet   with   considerable  support, and Mr. Black believed it would  be a  good move and assured that if  a.  local pool was created the board of direction would handle its affairs along with  the big pool without extra charge.   He  recommended the appointment of a committee, who would call a grow ers meeting  and if a vote taken on the matter was  in favor of a Creston pool then the pool  should become effective.  At the close of Mr. Black's timely and  most interesting talk there were considerable questions one of:wh.ch elicited the  information that the added cost of the  provincial pool would be less than $2000,  and that for last year it cost $67,000 to  _-_wxw>4>*������n4-������k   +Vi*+   aavmwmi^^/Ia    _-*-T w-rXv-*--'- *-M A  AAA  vrfjr|Jx--i cfclvr  %/LkKi W1UIU1WX.&) vi.   ntuvu ^iU|WU  had been spent on legal advice and prosecuting or defending actions in court.  The usual vote of thanks was carried  with very hearty applause.  were visitors with Mr. and Mrs.  Heaps  returning home on Tuesday.  V. Machione left last week for Yahk,  where he expects to be employed lot the  next few months.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  Over $4000 has been collected  in auto licenses at Kimberley to  the end of April.,  The Press is offgthe opinion  that there are more than 609  autos in Kimberley.  The new Anglican church to he  opened at Pentieton next month  is built on plans drawn in 1020,  The hosDital hall at Cranbrook  on Easter Monday enjoyed a cash  intake of almost $600.  Rossland's new moving picture  theatre will seat 700. Construction will start at once.  Ten new members joined Kimberley United Church at the  Easter Sunday service.  Dr. Richardson, a Fernie dentist, will this year practice every  other week at Canal Flats.  Domestic water users at Pentieton have had their rates advanced a matter of $2.40 per year.  Last year Fernie's swimming  pool ^.was operated at a loss of  $103.   Receipts were only $875,  1  Q.  ������_3  *"*������*��������� $i*m J_fC_?T" iss  swaeLL FE  Give us a call.    We are handling the -MAPLE LEAF  Bran,    Shorts,   Middlings,    Corn,    Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats,, Crushed  tf\^*  Barley Chop, and everylhintg else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convineed.  U <___  n__    Si  cOREATH  Sole agent for GALTuOAL.  q.  iQ  Sirtlnr  educed Prices  You can save upward of $100 by buying  your new Ford now. See us if you are  thinking, of getting a new car this spring.  We have some very attractive prices on the  model now in stoekY Also some real buys  in used Gars and Trucks. ^  S  ������������������'  I?  Rev A. Garlick of Creaton took Church  of England service here on. Sunday evei*?  ing.  Messrs. R. Bleumenauer and Major  Henderson were at Creston on Saturday  night for the Masonic gathering.  Mrs. Dixon was a Creston visitor on  Thursday last,  Mrs. G. Cam left on Sunday on a visit  j with friends in Calj������ar_*e Alberta,  Mrs. H. H. Taylor of Creston was a  weekend visitor here, a guest of Mr. and  Mra. T. Rogers.  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J��������� Forbeeu Manage* *������  ..y-j ���������-_  r  /  ''/  THE  CKESTON  BEV1-W  Local and Personal GRAnD THEATRE -| *$J}A  Fri.-Sit., MAY -L'U"--"  B. G. Hamilton of Invermere, who was  here for the Masonic gathering on Saturday, was a guest o! Col. and Mrs.  Mallandaine during his stay ra town.  Rev. R. E. Cribb, who Is at Vancouver  for the annual presbytery meeting of the  TJnited Church in B.C., will be back in  time to take the usual services on Sunday.  R. G. Newton and A. Ashworth, other  Invermere, visitors for the Masonic gathering on Saturday evening, were guests  of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes during their stay  in Creaton.  The attendance at the Sandpoint-Cres-  ton baseball game on Sunday afternoon  was the biggest ever seen here. There  were at least 150 autos parked around  the playing field.  Rev. H. Varley, a former rector of  Christ Church, who left here about four  years ago for Cloverdale, has just been  called to take charge of a church in  South Vancouver.  Mrs A. Comfort and Mrs. E. Pridham  are visitors at Rossland this week, guescs  of the former's daughter, Mrs. John  Cooper. A son and heir has just arrived  in the Cooper family.  Cooler and showery weather has been  ������_.   _.-Sj...___ _!_.__  <3_J ,���������._>-��������� ���������,_���������t,   ���������������._ ,,     ,.___  ... t<.'w.u_uc_ oiuce _d.t/Uiuuy wit-u ������.ue   ueai>  rain so far this year  on Monday night  and Tuesday when a rainfall of about  half an inch was recorded.  At the convention of the Associated  Boards of Trade in Eastern B.C. at  Cranbrook last week, C. O. Rodgers was  the unanimous choice for the office of  vice-president of the organization  Mr. and Mrs. Lougheed of Moose jaw,  Sask., spent a coupl? of days here at  the end of the week, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. M. R. Joyce. They were returning  from spending the winter in Victoria.  *ni._ ____. i^.-ii���������_r_ ���������- ,;���������.��������� __.f_ . _i.���������  _ii_._iiup uuucoui w\c.aiiig  uil������ atUiiiOii,  issued at May 12th, forecasts a straw  berry crop about 75 per cent, of last season.   If the season is not too dry the  raspberry crop will be about the same as  1929.  .  "The cut flower shipping came to an  end at the first of the week. The outgo  of tulips has been pretty much on a  par with 1929 but due to heavy winter  kill the outgo of daffodils was very much  lighter.  Mrs. Robison of Kingsgate was a visitor  -here a couple of days at the en&~ of -the  week, a guest of Mrs. C. P. Armstrong.  Mr. Robison, who had been here reiiev--  ing C.P.R agent W. B.Martin, returned  with her on Sunday.  FuH Gospel  ission  fVI  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  COMING !   lfkl_  ^|-_bti-������h~  LilR������aHr_^  Christ Church, Greston  for the parade to the monument, and Stars and Stripes to float side  The U.S. veterans were joined by by side.  a company of about 40 local ex-  service men, and the bugle band  of Kootenay Post of the Legion at  Coeur <T Alette, Idaho, - furnished  excellent music for the march, with  the war heroes from across the  line parading in military caps, and  the band also in .uniform. The  Stars and Stripes and Union Jack  had a prominent place at the  head of the parade.  Arriving at the monument O. C.  SUNDAY. MAY 23  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.  F.H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  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 orchard of 50 trees from 12 to 20 years  old.    Two  acres   equipped  with over-  .        ���������   ' ���������     ���������      _��������� nHL���������. .       -if.         , _i  E-SC.     ������* algS-iaCai.      _ -r _���������      u-w riiuiKB      oau  other buildings. Cost the owner close to  $10,000. Sale price $3500. Address  Geo. Nickel or Monrad Wigen, Creston,  B.C.  ���������  Mosauito Time Specials!  The grippingly human story.  Love! Laughter! Tolerance!  The play that set the world  talking. The drama that held  Broadway spellbound for five  years! Now on the screen!  The supreme Motion Picture  achievement! With a master  cast, Jean Hershoit, Charles  (Buddy) Rogers, Nancy Carroll, .and actors from the  original play.  REGULAR PRICES.  Comedy.       Paramont News  All miners' licenses expire at the end  of the month. 40 of these were issued  the past year by the deputy recorder, H.  W= McLaren, covering the territory from  Boswell to Kitchener, and accounted for  a revenue of about $250.  With Cffestonj Princeton, Grand Forks  and Fernie to choose from delegates to  the Associated Boards of Trade of  Eastern B.C. convention at Cranbrook  last weak selected Creston as the place  for the.1931 conference.  Creston's capacity to feed and sleep  people was certainly taxed to capacity to  take care of the influx of Idaho visitors  for the Legion get together on Saturday,  many fpf the visitors staying over for the  baseball match on Sunday.  Fred Ryckman of Cranbrook, who is  in charge of East Kootenay indian < work  was here at the weokend. and states that  indian agent, E.. H. Small, who has been  a hospital patient for several weeks, is  making a slow but sure recovery.  For last Sunday's baseball game the  official records indicate that 63 auto  vehicles from points in Idaho cropsed at  Porthill, headed for Creston. One of  these was the Sandpoint-Bonners Ferry  a-ito bus that alone carried fifty pasen*  gers.  The biggest turnout seen at a gathering  of orchardists in Creston in years was on  hand Friday night at the public meetinpr  addressed by F. M Black, chairman of  the committee of direction. He strongly  urged the erection of cold storage facilities at Creston.  The Ladies" Guild of Christ Church  hai a fair turnout at their May sale at  the Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon,  wMh tho cash intake running to ahout  $ B. During the afternoon a rug was  raffled with Mrs. Stanley Watson holding  t'*e lucky ticket.  Wilson, Commander of the Bonners   Ferry   post,  supported   by g,,,,,,,.. ��������������������������� ,������������������������������������...,...i......... ..........q  Adjutant Zimmerman, briefly explained the reason for the fraternal visit, and then came the address of welcome, delivered by  Col. Fred Lister, M.P.P.  The words of welcome were re-.  plied to by Commander Nicholas  Ifft of Pocatello, Idaho, who was  supported by Adjutant Lester  Albert of Boise, Idaho. After the  usual complimentary international  reference Commander Ifft remarked,, "We are "nroud to call the  Canadians our brothers, when we  think of the four years of hell you  went through." He hoped the  younger generation would grow  up to understand and appreciate  the sacrifice that had been made  by the comrades of the Great  War.  After the exercises at the monument the visitors and some Can-  adion guests adjourned to the  tourist    camp   grounds where a  KATOL STICKS, 50c box  INSECT POWDER, $1.00 lb.  FLY KIL LIQUID, 8 oz.ioOc; 16 oz.,75c; 32 oz.,$l  Summer Parasols,   Sun Visors,   Colored  Glasses, Swim Caps, Tennis Goods, Base-  CM ��������� _a������5       ��������� _   w������������  ������**������BgS, _"_������?������___: <_������_--&  Kodaks and Films  gpcoTftw noun  & BOOK STORE  un yiiuu  THE  _R_E3XA.I_I_  STOKE  GEO. H. _������EI_I_Y  a  EJ.  3  .0  .A,.iti.A.A. *.-L .A. *..->.���������>.__  r -^i -iA ��������� A. A.A.-ri.���������L._hii_������.Ai _i.iAiAi_i.A.^._biA.Ai^.Airftiftii^h._i.i������.  luncheon was se_-veu, sand at  o.okj  Evangelist  JOHN S. BARNES.  fr������C. Superintendent of, Politico iaV'Assembliesof Canada  Gospel Preacher, Musician and  Singer, will conduct Special  S'-.t'vic&o .iri the Full Goopcl  Mimian,  asm'jttvci   by  Sisters  Sio'-iimaji mud JSr������4idi>i.c.  Idaho and Local  Legion Fraternize  Ceremonial at Monument Following Parade Headed by the  Coeur d'Alene Bugle Band ���������  Address  of Welcome -Dance  The get-together at Creston on  Saturday afternoon and evening  of the veterans aft .nd ing the  Idaho ptate Legion conference at:  Bonner?) Ferry and the fctate  Woman's Auxiliary to th. -Lotion  who also met in annual sespion at  Bonners on Friday and Saturday,  numbering about 125, and with  whom came the lady and gentlemen friends of the delegates as  well as Bonners Ftrry citizens  to the nuniborof alniGF.fcSOO, ���������������������_������  highly successful affair.  . The .visitor.*' arrived in good  time to"have the procession along  Main street get under way at ������3,15  a company of the visitors that  taxed to capacity the spacious  Grand theatre ballroom danced  until just after midnight.  Althougfi arrangements had  been made with the customs to  facilitate the return of the visitors  the same evening many of then-  remained over until Sunday to  wit ness the *f. Creston-Sandpoint  league basebsUl.^ame andL to make  an inspection of the district.  The business section of Creston  was quite well decorated with  flags and for tf.e occasion an additional flag pole was placed in  front of the Bank of Commerce,  which pcrmited  the Union Jack  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  USesi's Shoes  Rubbers  w&rk So&ks  Work Gloves  and  Kitchen Utensils  Full stock.    Priced right.  A* MirabellS  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  WAT BR    NGTICB'  EHV&Ft&lON Af\l& USE  TAKE NOTICE that Creaton Power.  Llflht & Telephone Company. Limited,  whose address is Creaton, B.C., will  apply Cor a license to take and uao Two  Hundred second feet of water out of  Goat River, which flowa westerly imd  drains into Kootonay River about one  and one half mi ilea northwest of Creston,  B.C. The water will bo diverted tram  tho rtream nt n r-o'rtt; about 600 foot'up  stream from Canadian Pacific Railway  bridge and about 650 feet aouthwent of  tho northeast comer of Sublet 29 of Lot  812, and will be used for power purposes  upon the area described as in tho undertaking of tho Company witn1n"a radiuti of  twenty-five miles of Creston, B.C. This  notice was posted on the ground  on the 24th day of* April, 1980. A  eopv of this notice and nn application  pursuant thereto and to the water Act  will ho filed In tho office of tho Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Obfoctlanfl to  tho application may bo ftlodwlth tho said  Water' Recorder or with the Comptroller  nf Water 'Rlffhtn, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria. BC. within thirty days utter  tho first appearance of this notice In n  local ncwHpapur  ���������m"  Now that  moving  Spring is here, tell us about that  you   tfHui  large or too  done,  small.  ���������vr~*ui   l/VJri  4  < .  < '  4  4  4  i  .i_vr_ m ������._krv-������-i  TRUCKING,   DRAYING,   ICE,  www* 'g'^'y^'^'^1  ���������^'���������V'W  rwrmnnr  w  ���������w  ��������� y������-'������'^  f'f������  ALBERT DAVIES  COAL,   WOOD  'ir'^'yw  ���������vo*  yvy������.'  ^  v.v-v'W'v**������������������ v"?"%"W��������� w-v��������� w v ���������*>��������� w ^���������y.y ;w w.'yy  -���������V^fV-W'W'*'  The Consolidated Mfningf &  Smelting- Company of Canada, Ltd  *���������  ������  4  4  4  Office,iSmelting"and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  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Little drops of healing balsams are distributed through  the whole breathing apparatus  m two seconds.  Like a miracle, that's how  Catarrhozone works in bronchitis, catarrh, colds and irritable throat. You simply  breathe its healing, fragrant  vapor, and every trace of congestion and disease flees as before fire.  A Ten-Minute Relief!  No trace of the disease remains  after Catarrhozone 13 used���������no more  matter to dog the nostrils���������no more  headache and buzzing eara. Two  months' treatment (guaranteed),  price $1.00; smaller size, 50e, at all  dealers. ���������������  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Five Powers Sign Reparations Plan  Commission   Disappears   and  World  Bank Will Soon Be In Action  The "Young plan for payment of  reparations, reducing Germany's obligations for damages caused during  the world war from something like  $25,000,000,000 to about $9,000,000,-  000, haa gone into effect.  A protocol registering the decision  of The Hague conference, which  adopted the plan January 2, waa  signed by the ambassadors of Great  Britain, France, Belgium, Italy and  the French. Minister of Foreign Affairs, after a tea served by the  French Foreign Minister, Aristide  Briand.  The first consequence of this act,  which modifies for a second time j  the reparations machinery provided  by the Versailles treaty, will be tho  disappearance of the reparations  commission which, in co-operation  with other bodies, has taken charge  of payments under the Dawes plan.  The second will be the beginning  ���������of functioning by the bank for international settlement at Basel, Switzerland.  The third will be the issuance of  ������300,000,000   in    reparations    bonds,  two-thirds of~that going to creditor  nations    and    the    other    third  to  . Germany for internal requirements.  UNMY SCHOOL LESSON  MAY 25  JESUS DESCRIBES THE FUTURE  OF THE KINGDOM  Golden Text: "Take ye heed, watch  and pray; for ye know not when tho  time is."���������Mark 13.33.  Lesson: Matthew 24.1 to 25.13.  Devotional Reading: Isaiah 55.1-3,  6-8.  A Growing Industry  Production From. Inland Fisheries In  Manitoba Shows Great Gain  While agriculture, the basic industry of Manitoba, together with manufacturing, mining, and other industries haa advanced substantially in  the province in recent years, the production from tho inland fisheries bos  pnobably; Bhoy^n the greatest gain. In  the '������������������**E_5tfive v_^!=rs task .AnHftrj^a tiro-*  duction has increased more than 100  per dent^r: In^_.024i the market value  of the fish caught in Lake Winnipeg,  Manitoba, Wlnnlpegosis and other  lakes was $1,232,000, while last year  it was $2,63_,000. In 1929 the commercial fishermen of the province  caught 33,000,000 pounds of fish, a  record for Manitoba, with a marketed value cf ������2,���������S_,CH30.  Summer  ALP 1T ATI O  Tit robbing   ������.   HaarS  After the  "rtu"  j _. __..      v_i jr  ! -ran to take  Sale of the  Crown  jewels  of  the  Ottoman empire, valued at $300,000.-  ���������00 was forecast to raise money to  relieve Turkey's financial crisis.  A mo^ment is uader wsv to make : ."f5- nJ; Cunni-ghair.,    Saiilt   Ste.  .. ^ TtYX        '        _ ' Marie, Ont., writes:���������"Last February  the Water-own. S..., airport on \ - had a sevete attack of influenza  official port of entry for Canada. At " which left me with palpitation and  present pilots must fiy to Mai one to j throbbing o*J^e Jieart  obtain clearance papers.  All    school    uniforms    throughout 1'  China nsust hereafter be made of na- j  tive cloth in order to encourage home j  industry,    according    to    a    circular j  order of the Ministry of Education.     [  A protocol putting into effect. the j  Young Plan has been signed at the \  French    foreign    office    by   Premier  Briand, and the foreign ministers of  Great Britain, Italy and Belgium. ^ nsed about sSx ^ates and have  CaotaLn C. D. Barnard, pilot of the \ found them help me a great deal, and  'plane in which the Duchess of Bed- i am very thankful for having found  ford Sew to Capetown, South Africa, \ *** * ^������������d ^diclne."  .      , ,       ._������._, i       Price, 50c.  a. box at all druggists  and return, xs planjpnff to fly around   _nd de^Iers> or malled direct on re-  Explanations and Comments  The Parable Of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, 25.7-13.���������The Kingdom  of Heaven Jesus likened to ten virgins who went forth with their lamps  to meet the bridegroom. Five of them  were wise (prudent), and carried oil in  their oil vessels, but five were foolish  (imprudent), and took no extra supply of oil.  While the bridegroom, tarried they  all slept. There is no hint of reproach  in this statement: the bridegroom  might tarry & long time. Midnight  came, and the approach of the bridegroom was announced. All the virgins arose and trimmed their lamps  preparatory to going forth to meet  him. The foolish ones then found  their lamps were going out, and  begged the wise ones to share with  them their oil. But the wise virgins  refused lest there might not be  enough for them ail, and counseled  them to go out and buy oil.  While the foolish virgins went  forth to buv their oil the bridegroom  came; those that were ready went  in with him to the marriage feast,  and the door was shut.  A little later the foolish virgins  arrived and bogged to Taave the door  opened. "Verily I say unto you, 1  know you not," was the only answer  they received. ;  Watch, therefore, for ye know not  the day nor the hour. Be not found  unprepared. "It is not enough to have  a lively zeal for a while; we must  have, in addition, a perseverance that  never tires."���������Calvin.  PEOPLE "ALL NERVES*  What    To    Do    If   You   Find  Yourself In This Condition  The sort of thing that specialists  call nervous debility is the run-down  condition caused by over-work and  household worries. The sufferers find  themselves tired, low-spirited and  unable to keep their mind on anything. Any sudden noise startles and  sets the heart palpitating violently.  They cannot sleep well at night;  their hands tremble and legs seem  unable to support them. Such a condition is indeed pitiable.  Doctoring the nerves with sedatives is a terrible mistake. The only  real nerve tonic is a supply of good  red blood. Therefore the treatment  for nervousness and run-down health  is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which  promptly build up and enrich the  blood. The revived appetite, the  strengthened nerves, improved spir-  'Almost everybody knows how  Aspirin tablets break up a cold-���������  but why not prevent it? Take a  .-.tablet or two, wnen you first; feel  the cold coming-on. Spare yourself  the discomfort of a summer cold.  Read the proven directions in every  package for headaches, pain, etc  A Lucky Catch  Sentry Receives $20,000 For Savins;  Life Of Prince At Belgrade  One of King's Alexander"-: gigantic  guardsmen recently was given an indefinite leave of absence after receiving a reward of 100,060 dinars- (nearly $20,000), for having quite inadvertently saved the life of the 2-year-  old Prince Tomislav, the second sort  of the King.  The Prince was playing in th������  apartments of his mother, Queen  Marie, on the second floor of the  palace, at Belgrade, when suddenly  he fell from a~ window. The sentry,  who was passing at the moment, received the full weight of the child on  his shoulders. The Prince clutched  the sentry around the neck and slid  t to the ground unhurt, but the burly  I guardsman was knocked unconscious  its and new strength which come af-        a crumpled to tb0 ground.  ter a course of these pills will delight j _--_-iy*��������� ������._��������� -m= -1WM,U|  You can get these pills from any j     To go forward is important; to go  medicine dealer or   by   mail   at   50  cents a bos from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  the world in 30 days.  The  Montreal   Star says   on  good j  j ceipt of price by The T. Mil burn Co.,  { Limited, Toronto, Ont.  authority that a representative  British, Canadian and United States  group Is negotiating to purchase  Labrador for $100,000,000. The proposal will be submitted shortly.  An order-in-council issued by the  Department of Agriculture, under  the authority of the animal contagious diseases act, prohibits the importation into Canada of parrot?,  parrakeets, cockatoos, macaws,  lories, and love birds.  Installation of radio-beacons to  facilitate night flying is expected at  Forest, Manitoba; Regina, Saskatchewan; Morse and Bassano, Alberta,  according to an announcement made  by Inspector D. McLean, of the Civil  Aviation branch. With the installation of these beacons night flying  under all weather conditions will be  posslMe.  Business 5s Growing  Deep-sea arrivals at the Port of  New Westminster during March  numbered 23 vessels compared with  17 in March, 1929. During the first  three months of the year 60 deep-sea  vessels with a gross tonnage of 343,-  453 registered inwards at New Westminster compared with 48 vessels of  a gross tonnage of 266,017 during the  similar quarter of 1929.  "If, as you admit, you were three  miles away digging potatoes when  this man was arrested for speeding,  how can you testify that the car was  going at the most only 20 miles an  hour?"  "Jedge, Ah. used to own that carl"  straight is more important.  - HEM. IN QUICKEST TIME KNOWN  "Sores on leg, uteerigfor moaUtB.JDoctere  failed to heal, __.ee *Eoei-a-S_fcs_.' he-led  tfeesa L&Svwdayi." JulasS-_--itf.HS_s&a-  S_l-������" heels sores, silcers, boil*, taoss,  scald-, essesw, tQco magic, J-Q dfugstaU.  use muuvus -of Bums.  Persian Baicn preserves and en-  Eiances women's natural heritage of  beauty. For sheer feminine loveliness  it is unrivalled. Tones and rejuvenates the skin', and makes it exquisite  in texture. Delightful to use. Smooth  and velvety, it imparts a youthful  charm to every complexion. Indispensable to all dainty women. Especially recommended to make hands  soft and white, Delicately fragrant.-  Preserves and enhances the loveliest  complexions.  'EAGLE  BRAND  If you cannot: nurao  baby.usc EaaleBrnn cl  ��������� the world's  lending; infant food.  The llordcm Co., Limited  HO St, Pout W������������ Mon_r*������l  f*!������Mi������ stmt me Pukw JBafcy 13oakr  Poultry Going To ICnglaml  A  trio  of  Brandon birds,  having  high egg    production records,    have  been phlppcd to Ottawa to bo trained  and fitted for upholding Manitoba's  reputation for high protection poultry at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham,  England, whan tho fourth world's  poultry congress assembles poultry  leaders from all jjarta of the world  next July.  , *lS*1ttt.  ___i    ___  _d___t humbm ___  h____.      _���������_   jbmumiu. uua.    ^M_k,   mm   ���������������������������_,  0NSTIPATI0N  COMPLETELY  GONE*  ���������rtlltM Utu, W. W.lker. TlH>ii-__���������i  m*v* rft-im������nH������t������, IMl**������HftmD mm*  Cmtyi\mulUm el ������ar ���������Tile* w.������lo. N*rw_N4 U*������rl  Ileal tho Sprain with Mlnard's.  Vancouver Port liiiBy  Commercial shipping entering tho  Port of Vancouver during March  showed marked activity, tho not tonnage being* about n million. Tho  movement snowed. 1,000 arrivals with  a tonnage oP 006,288. Deep sea arrivals totalled 100, with a net tonnage  of 403,850.  Two  Tested Recipes  For  Salad   Dressings  Now that salads are the order of  the day, really good recipes for salad  dressings will be welcomed. A salad  is often made or marred by the  piquancy of the dressing used, so  that tested recipes are very desirable. Since some prefer an uncooked  dressing and others a cooked dressing,  we give two recipes, both of which  we know will please.  SAJLAD DRESSING (Uncooked)  Two eggs beaten until light; Va  teaspoon salt; *_ teaspoon mustard;  Va can Eagle Brand Condensed Milk;  Va cup vinegar. Beat the first four  ingredients vigorously for a few minutes add the vinegar, stir well and  set aside for a few hours to thicken.  Excellent for fruit or vegetable salad.  Will keep for weeks. For Russian  dressing add Chili sauce to taste.  SAT.AD DRESSING (Cooked)  " Half a tablespoon salt; 1 teaspoon  mustard; 1 tablespoon flour; 1  tablespoon butter; M cup Eagle  Brand Condensed Milk; ',_ cup water;  V\ cup vinegar; 1 egg. Mix dry ingredients, add slightly beaten egg,  butter, milk, water and vinegar. Cook  until thickened. Strain and cool.  Whipped Borden's St. Charlos Evaporated Milk, or cream, may bo added  before serving if desired. Yield, A  cupCul.  C onlcl   Hardly   Mvo  Fop   Antlim*  writes ono man who after years of  sufforing has found complete relief  through Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. Now ho knows how needloss  has been hia Buffering. ThiH matchless romody gives suro help to all  afflicted with nwUima. Inhaled na  omokc or vapor it bringo tho help so  long needed. Every dealer has it or  can get it for you from his whole-  nalcr.  Children of London recently attended a lecture on the "home life  of ancient Egypt and were shown  balls and rattles which amused  Egyptian'babies of 2000 B.C.  Cigarette Papers j  Largo Double Book  120 L������av-_.  Finos* You Can Buyf JjS    -w       ^_f*  AVOID IMITATIONS  3  ii  ^  II iii.  For u vermicide an excellent preparation iw Mother Graves" Worm  inxtermlnator. It Iioh saved tho lives  of eountloias children,  W.    N.    U.    1BB8  At; a rouigli entlmato tho animals  In the I.onrton Zoo roprooont -a total  value of about $17o,000, Lho Indian  rhlnooerofi   belnfr   ono   of   tho   mont  valuable, costing more than $0,000,  She���������"Now   that   we're   engaged,  dear,  you'll  give mo a  ring,  won't  you?**  Ho���������"Yes, certainly, darling.     Er  -   what's your number?  OnrnperH Carry MlnanVn.  Mlnard'N <'Ihm'hh Falling I.air.  "Did your girl friend enjoy tho art  exhibit?"  "No, she couldn't find a mirror Jn  the whole gallery."  Bring New Rooms  to Your Home  with Gyproc  AWORK-ROpM for you  ���������a play-room for the  youngsters in the basement.  An extra bedroom or two ii_  the Attic. These are now,  possible in your home at  little expense.  The new Ivory coloured  Gyproc Wallboarcl that does  not burn and: needs no decoration (when panelled) -will  give you additional space in  your present home.  Easily and quickly applied,,  structurally strong,, it pro*  vlldcs lire-safe walls, ceilings  and partkiojis,  ���������Your dealer's name is  listed below. Consult hint ,  today and ask for full infoi-  ination regarding Gyproc  Wallboard or write for.fn-  tcrcsting free book "Build*  Jmg tukd Remodelling with  Gyptoc,"  GYPSUM, LIME AN������>  ALABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  Winnipeg - Manitoba  _w������NEW ON^^I-Sh^  ������>  C6.W  Why Biirfor neodlesaly? Douglas'  ICgyptlan UnLment brings* quick, Bure  relief to weald f������ot, noft co.na and  wartw. UellovoH Inilammatlan. 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I  ss  SS  per pound  Grades.  reduction   on   Ail  _ro.jL.B--, ___���������*>*  uuiisr  Higher Markets for finest quality TEAS, which  are scarce, preclude greater reduction.  AH Grocers are authorized to sell their present  stock at these reductions.   We refund to the  - Grocer the drop in price.    We bear the loss,  that hat. ������iet him aione. He's got  a right to admire a green, hat if h_  wants to. The truth is, I liked it  myaelf!"  "You did!" gasped Grandma, astonished; while Jimmy laughed, th������  first real laugh of the day���������for him.  For a moment his eyes n&et Char-  mian's with their old twinlcle^ then  returned to the book, and he said  dubiously:  ; _>"It must be this one. I remember  it kind of hung down one side, and  had a red rose on the other."  "Read what it says, sonny. I  haven't got my glasea.?  Jim obeyed, reading with mock  solemnity: " *A dressy model with  soft, girlish lines that you will simply adore. The brim is of two colors  of dainty lace-patterned straw. Colors: black with a red rose; meadow  pink with, sand: gobelin blue with  crab apple. Price only one-fifty-nine.  Shipping weight two pounds.' That  sounds pretty swell, Grandma,  doesn't it? Emmy was hovering between the black with the red rose.  WHY SUFFER  FROM YOUR  ;uvi_n .?���������  Why be handicapped with unsightly  blotches on the face, eyes with yellow  tinge and that tired and languid feeling? This indicates a torpid liver  Headache, Dizziness and Biliousness  surely follow. You ' must stimulate  your lazy HverB start the bile flowing  with Carter's iQittle Liver Pills.  They also act as a mild laxative,  purely vegetable, free from calomel  and poisonous drugs, small, easy to  swallow, and not habit forming. They  are not a purgative that cramps or  pains, unpleasant after effect following, on the contrary a good tonic.  All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs.  done, and to get the school only a.  _ii!9 frtni her own door w������*s o, vast  relief.  (To Be Continued.)  A Brave Utile Traveller  Little Jean Baxter recently appear*  and the blue with the crab apples or 1 ed on the White  Star liner  'Aiber-  ��������� a  - Ws  ^9B_9-aH--3B_a������5iSB3B������E������fB9I-8i.B3& t_BB.--i.B.EBiiB_iiBBUIi6aii������eflBil^^  ������JI tmiUHgimili I Illllf lllllllll llllllll iHiI|������  -������������������������_������  s  ��������� BT ���������  CHRISTINE   WHITING  ���������   PARMENTBR  ������ Copyright 1929 3  SliiiiiiiiiJiiiiiEiiEitpgijiHtairuiLiiiEfaciiiiii  CHAPTER XIII.���������Continued  "Oh, Grandma! You might have  made him angry."  "Not Gam Garfield. He lifcee to  make believe he's stern, but he's real  good-natured underneath. He laughed. I guess he forgot he was a lawyer  with an important case. And then he  sat right down whore you are,' child,  and said: "It's you who ought to be  you get my catalogue from Emmy?"  "Oh, dear!"* cried Gharmian, "1  Heft it in the oar."  ^"Ifs no great*matter," responded  Grandma comfortably. "If Jimmy  finds it he'll bring it 'round to-night.  Like as hot he'll be glad of an excuse to come. Did Emmy say what  she was, ordering?"  "A nat," smiled Charmlan. She's  not going to be outdone by Clara  Darling."  "Do   tell!"    ejaculated.  Grandma.  and he had to admit that the law  was on my side���������considering. And I  told him, too, that if Edgar Purdie  said he paid ten dollars for those  beads," why he was a liar on top of  all Ms other sins... I -was real indignant."  ". TEKJubled though she was, Char- >  mian couldn't suppress a laugh at the  picture Grandma's words brought up.  "I guess* he saw I was kind of  riled," went on the old la'dy, 'because ne said, 'Don't you" worry.  Grandma. I won't let you get into'. "Did she show you the picture,  any trouble if I have to commit dearie ? There were some awful  perjury   myself   to   prevent   it;   but   pretty hats on page fifteen.    What  what did the deacon pay for those  darn beads?'"  "Did you tell him ?" asked Charmian breathlessly.  "I <3id; but not till I'd asked If  he was making a social call or one  Sn the interest of his client. He  grinned   and   said,    'You   ought   to  carrots. I gave her -a shove toward  the blue, and ran, or she'd: still be  asking my assistance. Now I must  skip, or George K;Ywil think I've  absconded with his interest money."  Again his eyes sought Charmian's,  but at the mention of interest, her  face hardened, and she turned away.  A moment later the whir of an engine told her that Jim had gone, and  Grandma said, lifting her eyes from  the gayly colored page: "Seems as  if that hat would be a title wide in  the brim for Emmy; but you never  can tell about a hat until you try it  on. I think she's running a terrible  risk, though they do say, 'money refunded if not satisfactory.' Still,  they might make a fuss if she sent it  back. Bus ".lies men are hard-hearted  to deal with���������that is, some of 'em  are, though Father always said there  were exceptions."  "I'd like to find one, then," said  Charmian; but Grandma, still absorbed in Emmy's purchase, didn't notice the sudden bitternes in the girl's  voice.  tic," bound for Halifax, with the following label attached, to her coat:  "My age i3 3 years. My mother ia  dead, and I am going out to my daddy in. Saskatoon. I am travelling  alone, so please be good to rae."  CHAPTER XIV.  It was with a very genuine glow  of happines that C-uartaian .learned  that the-school board had given her  "District Four." Some years had  passed since she graduated from the  State Normal School-���������years when it  seemed best for her to stay with  Grandma; but as it became increasingly difficult to meet expenses and  keep the old house in repair, the girl  realized   that   something   must   be  "So Skinny Shamed  in Bathing Sail.  ^ _���������_-_.-_-_ '4B_.   1L_.   19  ISililigU  13 LPS.  "Gained 15 lbs. taking Ironized Yeast. Was  always ashamed to wear  bathing suit but now I  can and not feel too  ^^^ skinny." ��������� Eulah Lan-  ������������������ "*���������~ ningham.       ���������  Thousands write of 5 to 15 lbs.  gained in 3 weeks -with Ironized  Yeast. Bony limbs round out. Ugly  hollows fill in. Blemished skin gets  clear and rosy like magic. Nervousness, indigestion, constipation disappear overnight. Sound sleep. New-  health and pep from very first day.  -.. Two great tonics "in one ��������� special  weight-building Malt Yeast and  strengthening Iron. Pleasant little  tablets. Far stronger than unmedL-  cated yeast.     Results in *_ time.  So quit being ashamed of "skinni-  ness,"~ sallow skin. Get Ironized  Yeast from druggist today. Feel  great.: tomorrow- Money back from  manufacturer if .not delighted with  Quick results. "  A composer has written a song for  pedestrians. But it will be a. longf  time before composers nowadays can  hope to excel Chopin's famous funerw  al piece.  to  spanked, Grandma Davis, You charg-  ed my client ten dollars for a string  have been a lawyer yourself. Grand  o'   beads   that's   worth   about   ten  ������* Davis' *>ut *������ Just dropping h  cents."  "Ten dollars 1" gasped Charmlan.  "What nn Idea! But you did charge  too much, Grandma, and���������"  "I never heard there waa a law to  keep a body from getting as much as  he could in a trade," interrupted the  old lady.    "I said as much to Gam,  KlAU II h   R . wwE  LIKE HER OWN  Wi_l������liiiii_ii������������ili.-w-.i|  Decided to take Lydia ������.  Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  color will it be?    Green  doesn't   go  well with most of Emmy's things.".  Chairmian laughed.  "It's possible, you know, to buy  some other color, even by mail. I  didn't see the picture, Grandma. It  was Jim who wont in, and Emmy  asked his advice about it,"  "Then he can show me which one  It Is when he brings the catulogue.  to pass the time o' day with an old   Emmy's not liable to be extravagant.  friend.' So I told' him the whole  story, Charmian. Honestly, child, I  thought he'd havo hysterics.   There  wasn't a  shred  of dignified lawyer  left in him when I got through."  "But what's he going to do?"  "It don't make a mite a' difference to me what ho does, so long as  we're not dragged in; and we won't  bo, or I don't know Gam. Ho said,  ���������confidentially, that he thought when  tho deacon cooled off a little, and he  Monotony New Brunflw&ek���������"Beforo  my lust baby was horn I waa vary weak,  . swrvoUH 'ami dis-  eoiirnttod,   1   saw  an adverUflemonb  in the papor about  h woman who had  be~ii Hlco me'flo 3  bought a bnMlfl of  Lydia   13.   Mnlc-  nom'a   VvgeLablo  ��������� t - mmmmmimmmmm!&sx% ��������� Compound. I took  1 iil____HPW0liI' throe bottlea and  in_������Mi.,,{_mii .    through-  tl>������������   , critical tune.     I  have three children to care for ami I  ��������� feci! well and atrong. 1 havo told two  - other women about your medtainn,"���������  Mhh, f hm Arwwvum.v, R��������� Albert Stmat,  fclonoton, New B-uuewiolt..  but It does seem risky getting a hat  clear from Chicago. It might get  mashed in tho mail, and then where'd  she be? Maybe that's Jimmy now.  There's an auto stopping. If 'tis,  you call him In, dearie, so ho can  show me���������"  "That you, Jim?" called Charmlan, half rising as tho front door-  opened. "Come in a moment.  Grandma wants you."  Jim,  who  had  eaten hastily and  ' waa on his way back to, the bank,  pointed CTat the big'expense'of a law .  suit, that St would all be settled out ' obeyed willingly enough. Ho had  of court. Just now Edgar's mad the bulky catalogue under his arm,  clean through. He says Luollu's the ! and though ho smiled at Grandma,  only women he ovor proposed to that ! his eyes' shifted to Gharmian, aa if  Leaf R  oils  ovec  ' BBt-sseie Myitis,  oyal Yeast ��������� Camus  are m Melightiful' Cfot&Mfje  Try this recipes  1  Royal Yenst Cake dis-     I  tablespoon sugar  solved in one-half cupi      1} cups flour  lukewarm water. 1| cupa scalded milk  1  teaspoon Halt J cup butter  Pour the scalded milk over the sugar, salt and butter. When cooled to lul&a*  warm add the dissolved yeaat and one and one-half cups flour. Allow to stand  well covered in moderately warm place over night, or, if sponge ia set in  morning, let ������t nml until light. Add flour  .^ enough, to knead.   Let rise again until  ������b*k,-������cvw!.j ilouliEoan hulkt then cat dov/sa axidSsxica-l  allghtEy. Butter muffin rings and place  three small halls of dough m each ring.  X,etris_ until double in hulk, brush over  With melted butter and hake in hot oven.  refused him, and claims that sho led  him on something scandalous.  "Well, dearie, maybe >ou'dl Joolie.  get us some dinner, It's been an  exciting morning and I. feol all gone.  to discover if she lolcod rnore cheerful than when he loft her.  "You sit ' clown," commanded  Grandma. "I guosa.George K. can  run tho bank without you for ton  On top of every thing else there wau minutes, Draw up & chah".' I want  n fearful cat fight flu Lizzie Bailor's you should show rao Ujo hat tliat  yard,   I could hear tho'yowla ttti loud   SDmmy Boscomb'o boon fool enough  as If, thoy wore in this room. They'd  bo at It now If George K, Knovv.oa  hadn't coin.Q along- and turned L\v.-  zlo'a hose on 'em. And there are  ffolhw wh.o say that nothing happens  tn Wtaftafleiar  Cha.mian. laughed ns she wont to  to   order   without   first   iieolng   fae  quality/'  "Good    thuaderl"    objected    Jim,  "this book Is three hundred and fifty  pages thioK!   I-Iow-n X to find���������"  ������������������The  hats  heg:ln  on  pnge  flftoen,"  broke In Grandma.   "Thoy look real  ward 'tlio   kitchen,   &lad   there   wai   pretty Jn tho ptoturos; but I've novor  enough excitement on hand to haep   moon but one roall order Imts ������*id ox-  W.   K.   0.   um  Grandma from milting too many  quentlonB about hor ride with .llm?  but as thoy wqvq nnlahlng thRlr  meal tho old 3a4y f|uei'Ied awdilenly:  si'DWI you enjoy your *to������T   And did  eopt for malting: a good deal of commotion around town���������"  ���������'Grandma/' Charmlan interrupted  fttornly, 4Tvt������ got a notion that Mm  tn fllelt and tired of hearing about  Brtyatl la ono of the moat nourlNhtng  of fooda. It ������������������). bo imnd������v more  {������ter������Htli������|{i howovor, hy occasionally  varying tho form of Hcrvln g it.  If yon hnke nt. I>ome>, the TtoynV Yenst Boko Book will provltl*  you ivlltt ninny pmotlcnl tontnd rcelpw* for nil Jcluds of liomu*  gunde brenda*   It will bo nialletl-~/r*o-~otiif������*)iucst.  STANDARD BKAN'DS LlfiSITED  GI__I.ETT  PHOBUCT9  TTORONTO MONTIH-AL WWNII������i:C  iiniiiB-imiiiiiiy  ""���������"���������"  mmmmmmm  EHB  NMn  ..,���������.���������.,.,���������������������������.,���������.  a  S3 V*a V-VVVV'V <*���������*'  ^y^>���������y|yv*y"v*Nr^���������^"^^1r*^^T*'^>'"y^*v'1'*y^^ wv  TIME FOR  E  i  Our stock comprises everything for the  Ladies. Men, Boys and Girls  and the Little Folk  ���������to keep comfortable in during  the warmer weather.  S    ���������"���������> -"l - ^_*������  3__���������i.Vi&������&o  * Hosiery  -a complete and attractive stock  attractively priced.  Greston Valley Go-Operative Assn  CRESTON  Two Stores  AMfc___*___k*fc__B_fcjBjh*M______B_������_______  ERICKSON  i_B-___Jtk_JB__k_BK������-BB-k_A-������-Bk->  _S������BK-l.--;^������������ffi*B&. :   5*������tei  te Itarn  S^_f      iivi %t?  W  The pesky mosquito is due to make his  appearance in quantity almost any time  now, but there is no occasion to be inconvenienced   by  this   pest   if  you   use  Gatvamixeti    Wire  itfo. f4 mess*  Ihis is   absolutely   mosquito-proof,   and  comes in 21 and 36-ineh widths.  We have a complete stock in ail standard sizes of  __9C3T^eS-.  oors sura __������creeia Windows  Screen Door Hinges  Bulldog Fasteners  Buy what you require now and avoid  possible disappointment.  s^y*   ' jr\m     Z5 JL   -Cr _Cr JJv. +*^  DryGoods,Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  i  -^stus^^m^^r^m^^^ms^^  snUIMt:    !_i������WflNS,-������  DELICIOUS MEATS  Fresh . , juicy . . tasty and tender , . all those  wonderful qualities that make home cooking a  joy to eat and prepare. A delicious variety to  choose from j a splendid economy to enjoy.  We carry a full line of  Swift Canadian Products  thus assuring you of the best at all times.  Cleanliness prevails throughout whieh means so  much where foods are handled.  We endeavor by Service and flfoing our customers  the Best Meats to warrant their fiatronage.  Local and Personal  Rev��������� P. MoNab left on Tuesday for  Trail, where on Wednesday evening he  took part in the services of inducting  Rev. F. St.Denis as pastor of Trail  Presbyterian Church. The local pastor  was in charge of Presbyterian Church  work at Trail in 1912 and 1913.  With the hiiia clear of -now before the middle of Mr y the general  opinion now appears to be that the winter's snowfall was not as excessive as  -first anticipated and -with norma! conditions from now on flood conditions on the  Kootenay may not be any worse than in  1929.  Creston baseball team plays at Sandpoint on Sunday aiternoon, and it is  expected there -will be quite a number  accompany the team to return the compliment paid by sandpoint last Sunday  when a large number from that town  were here to see the Eagles trim Creston  7tol.  B. W. Willis, the Cranbrook florist,  was a business visitor here on Sunday,  and pretty well cleaned up tne loeal  weekend supply of tulips and other  blooms, which were wanted for the  Sweeney-Sang wedding of Wednesday,  which, was the society function of the  season at the divisional city.  A very pleasing feature to the big  Masonic night on Saturday wa" the  presentation of a handsome mantle clock  ��������� to W. Fraser, a past master of Creston  lodge, who has recently become a benedict. The presentation was made by R.  W. Bro. Col. Mallandaine, and was suitably acknowledged by the recipient.  The Auditorium (the former Peekin  theatre) has just been completely remodelled and a part of the west half of  the building has been fitted up and is  now occupied by E. G Timmons as the  Electric Shop, in which he is displaying  a nice line of electric fixtures. The  balance of the building is used as a pool  hall.  Estimates of the government vendor's  trade on Saturday with the rush of  Idaho tourists that afternoon and evening, ran all the way from $1000 to $2800.  Two assistants were required to cope  with the bigger business. Somewhere in  between the two figures would look to  be correct as the visitors seemed to have  a decided preference for beer.  H. S. Purchase, who -has been cashier  at the Bank of Cosnmerce for the past  two years, has received notice of his  transfer to Williams Lake, where he will  relieve for a time. He is succeeded by  G. Cornwall, of Golden. Mr. Purchase  has been very active in tennis, curling  and dramatic circles during his stay and  will certainly be missed. He has the  very best wishes of all for future success.  Red Cross Lodge Knights of Pythias,  No. 34, at Spokane is putting on a Canadian night on Saturday, May 24th,  when K.P. members from Creston, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Nelson. Trail, Rossland and Grand Forks will be in attendance. On the return on Sunday it is  expected the Cranbrook and Kimberley  delegates along with Creston will remain  at Sandpoint for the Creston-Sandpbint  game, and should provide a likely brigade  i of rooters for the local nine.  Reports are coming in from the district  east of Creston of damage due to the dry  summer and fall and severe winter weather conditions. The worst to suffer seem to  be Mcintosh Reds of five and eix years  growth, hut older apples, pears and  cherries have also suffered from this root  injury.   Full extent of the damage  will  some time yet. The  damage is spotty and it would appear  that the frost made great headway in  locations where the wind had taken away  what snow covering there was.  Visiting brethren from Sandpoint and  Bonners Perry, Idaho; Windermere,  Kimberley, Cranbrook and Fort Steele,  With a big turnout of local members were  in attendance at the emergent meeting  of Creston Masonic Lodge on Saturday  night for the Official visit of R.W. Bro.  C. F, Hayes, D.D.G.M. for District No.  W.M. Bro. M i. R. Joyce* and his g_S.c-.������  were complimented  on  the proficiency  shown in the work.   At the close there  was a splendid banquet spread and in the  speechmaking the visitors had a promin  en. pa*.. -  Buy your Eiecirie Supplies  "at the  Electric  RANGETTE with enclosed  oven,  regular $42.30;  SPECIAL   at   $25.00  Only a limited number available.   Order now and   keep "  cool    during    the    summer.  A complete line ELECTRICAL  APPLIANCES ai prices  to suit your pocketbook  ,������-���������-.������������������-��������� ���������������--..-,--,.-..-..^. *..  .ttkmA.OkmA  TRY-QUB SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT.  fl_B_.  4  4  ��������� 4  '4  "i  *\  E_ Oi  Y! III! ft MO  The  ELECTRIC SHOP  WESTINGHOUSE Radios andgRadiolas  MAJESTIC Radios and Supplies.  ELECTRIC FIXTURES & SUPPLIES.  sx wan  be Done  Yon can not get a  better car for the  same price, or one as  gocd for more money.  The New  is here for your in'  spec tion.      Call and  ask for a demonstration.  .4  Oreston Motor  Main St. at tSarton Ave.  -VT ���������^���������^'^ ' W W V"  ���������W"W'V"  8*52 "Tgsskse-    ,3saasigr  ^aaaegr ^sgi**gc ��������� ���������^*SB^t;��������� ^s*8i������������r <ys*m*K  TIME FOR A  CHANGE!  Our stock is complete.  MEN'S from 85c. to $2.00  per suit.  LADIES' in all the wanted  styles.  ALL GOOD MAKES���������which mean  FIX and COMFORT.  Are You  Aware!  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD.  mm^iv&*m^T~zm*Z2\!  timtissggm  aN������al������^������)l^������a^^������i & & %%S������i%������i%������4^&  >������  That if a horse's feet get  dry and hard it eventually  leads to Lea Pounder?  Watch your horse, and if  he stand, with one foot  forward it is a sign his  feet are ml lamed. "Wo  guarantee to soften feet  with one shoeing. Have  St done "before it goes  too far.  ESsS  W. MORROW  Blaehtumiih eiv&d  Woodworker  ><B_w__>M������B-i ��������� -fc"i m\ __B_ii i-nAi __-���������_������ > A*_Bl u iW-,������_B.<i_|>-ijBi__B^i___hii^BW-������A----fc-_-B^  JL  illllv_*  1^10-   _L   _L_9v?Oftji    J_^0_TJc__  Mutton, Lamb &, Veal  Phone your ardor and receive our beat service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  'Shamrock Brants HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALfi CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS9 WEAL POULTRY FOOD  S&C0MPA  I "i" i" 1 n ������ i> m ,,,nr" 1 "<������������������������ ������i ��������� *, m������m 1 m������iyii^nmynj'y������g> 1 'V * <'w~V V "D i  ^ '"n"1 >" ^ -y r "i"-!!1���������tr~*r~tr  :i;L-J���������-i___r-hi-Mll._l_l.iii.-i.a������.������ii������r.-l._.;i__.J..1J..h_,._.���������.. ������������������1|.|<   ���������_iH_.lmi-i._...ta_-.������������-,M������iia,M.,IMia  -���������"���������������������������������"��������� "lililllillllllHI

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