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 ,f;;M?������t  i������":*?y:'.^  ^YSp'  '<W-������;  -'*..���������...������.;  H'.I^ovtoeiaLT^b^  YfSlISl  '-'���������"'  ������������������1.  Y-&nl.:^YYY0  3>.  :������������������������������������������������������'��������� ���������;:'-'-^yH^  ������������������������������������*i .  Voi..  2L_a_XJL������  CEESTON^ B^ G.^ _?_5^BAY. j UNe _.0, 1930  JNO.    16  F  li  in*: ������������������ '��������� '. HI' ������������������  r air nans  Taking Shape  ���������  ���������;;%  School Sports to Have Morning  Start���������Baseball to Again be a  Feature���������May be Caii Club  Show ��������� Selling Memberships.  The fall fair directors held a meeting  in the Town Hall on Friday, June 6th.  when various matters of interest were  discussed It was decided to ask the  Sandpoint band to attend and Mr. F.  Putnam was appointed a committee to  find out on what terms they would be  willing to come. There will also be a  ball game and other attractions It 5s  proposed to make the second day of the  fair a valley holiday and to start the  school sports at 10.30. Arrangements  will be made to have a lunoh counter so  that lunch can he obtained on the ground*  The secretary was authorized to get a  supply of membership tickets which will  be distributed to the directors who will  be responsible for the'membership drive  in their own districts. The response last  year was very good and at is hoped that  all those who joined last year will redew  their membership and that we shall exceed last year's total as there are many  ought to Join. This subscrietion covers  entry fees for the subscriber and his  family. y  The formation of the Pig and Galf Club  as not meeting with the support that it  . should from the boys and girls of the  district. It is found impossible to form  a Pig and Calf Club owing to lack of interest and partly on account of the scarcity of young pigs in the Valley. It is  hoped, however, that arrangements will  .^^conipieted for ��������� .snother year so that  ',:^e'resr two1 (^mple^^t^^saahe-boTight  ;_l^eare:"e_i^^Wor. ;thy^alt-G_s_b"^r1  "��������� present; and the _ommittee want to "see  this number brought up to ten. Chas.  ^Sutcliffe is in charge of the club, and any  boy or girl wishing to enter should see  him, and he will also obtain a suitable  calf, i! necessary. The department of  agriculture give a prize for each one  entering this class varying accordihg to  the placing by the judge. This is a great  opportunity for boys and girls to learn  something of feeding and judging stock  and parents will do well to encourage  their youngsters to enter.  miss Xaoi.ie joowron ox viccon-, employed by the education department as a  teachers'' advisor, was a visitor at Lister  the latter part of the week.  The government grader was out here  last week levelling off the fill on the main  pipe tines of the waterworks system.  JockMcRobbof Canyon was handling  the tractor.  Paul Raschke and Otto Hoehne are  just back from a trip to Lethbridge,  Alberta, making the return trip in a 1926  Star touring car which they purchased  in that city. They state there is no  demand for labor in southern Alberta.  * Hon. Wm. Atkinson, minister of agriculture, was here from "Victoria at the  weekend, and made an inspection of the  district in company with Col. Lister  and C. B. Twigg. 'J  I  The final bridge of the Community  Society will be on Saturday night, June  21st, at which the grand aggregate prizes  will be awarded.  Mr. Hormaun. another' new comer  direct from Germany, has raken the former Lance Lowes place] from Fred Lemke  purchased ths property  year.  Bonners liuthais  '.   ��������� . A  Cr es ton to Wiss        ,J-.    -.     KP���������  mhon  away  Bsunj  from  Margin is 5 to i  Boiiiaer* *****&  ���������Home Run by  Helps Win  _-_s������4-S.Gp  1..-_<_���������_-._" w   ..     _   .    ..   _  j_lk^|S������Xl JTlECIieS  McKelrey's Hitting a Feature.  VXIUl������9L-  rrei_  -_-i:__.  CflUUCI  ___  g222���������?^_3' ������0 ^_^S(^r  Mrs. Smith and son of Walla Walla-,  ,q Wash., are  Lister   visitors  at present,  quests of the former's daughter, Mrs. A.  E. Dent. ;>' \-\  Ivor Gustafson left last week for _STel-  son where he expecia-;'W''-;Bec^i^.^ro^Ipiyi  ment for the summer.'''.,       '':'���������';'*:,'.- :Y;. :/���������  D. J, McKee nnd Kim Demchuk are  at present employed on carpenter work  during the building boom; Creston is experiencing,   ���������  _L������S___Alk_������ U _t_i  Ban     _������������_  mm*'  ASE  Bonners rerry  vs. Creston  at  EnliiliitBe.il Park  Central Farmers* Institute  Don. Bradley, who represented Creston  at the fanners' meet at Robson reports  a very busy session. An interesting report by the  chairman   of the Advisory  ���������iOSi-u wivuc rSTiucED    _iiS.svUtc5  UCOIHIg  with action taken during the year on a.  number of matters effecting agricultural  legislation was an early feature of the  mating.  -Addrssesby the minister of agriculture Go_. Fred Lister and F. A* Starkey,  the former being in this part of the prov  ince for the , Sr&t;. tune,; ..and.- a. regular  ayalaneiie^ - insti-  'uhtsln-:]te^'h������u.iY-, ::\;j%,Y5,-YYf���������'.''%���������*; ^''''"  The Creston resolution. demanding  grower control of the Federation met  with immediate opposition, an Advisory  Board member 'spoke . against it, tend  endeavored to have the matter laid on  the table. Following him, on invitation.  by the chair, a representative of the  Committee of Direction addressed the  meeting. However the delegates came  out in support, the yice-president of the  Central Institute voicing serious objection to th manner in which the BjC.F.Cr.  A. conducted its affairs. Finally the  matter was moved into committee by the  Boswell delegate, and on a strong vote  a committee of three was appointed-*-  two from the Central Institute executive  and one from Creston���������to investigate and  report with, recommendations at the  December meeting  A full report of the proceedings at the  convention will be given at the quarterly  meeting of Creston Institute next month.  Creston started off the second Tialf of  the Internationa! league baseball season  inauspicEously hyl dropping Sunday's  clash with Bonners Ferry at that town  by a ������ to 1 margin.- While the local's  defence, particularly Benedetti at third,  was wobbly, Bonners won the game due  their ability to 'collect hits when hits  meant riSias.  Ore f ton. tried out Brogan in the  pitcher's box and the Irishman made a  splendid showing having nine strikouts  to his credit. He was replaced at second  base by Fortin who also turned in a  creditable game accouuring for three put-  outs and 5 assists withe ut a slip, besides  accounting for two of the seven hits  amassed hy Creston. Telford and McKeivey were to the fore with a couple  of hits each, the latter's two ply swat in  the opening frame scoring the only run  .__.____���������_i    ������T<���������1 ���������   ������.-.___ I 1__   ���������__���������    -__-,-*,  g������ iicicuj   _.������aua_. iui_t~_uj������ BIIl&lCU.    w    _tH.b |  pioceedings. In the ^third MeKelvey  obliged, with a triple and Boffey got a  walk and things looked rosy for a few  minutes. ; However Lawrence was equal  to the occasion, getting the next three  '.on infield rollers^" _.,'���������" . .  Brogan heId_Bonners well in check until  the third in^which session Benedetti had  a particularly bad spell- and v the first  Bonnets Mounter came in  on a hit by  Kent and two errors by the the Creston,  third sacker.   The,|if th was a spectacular  period of the whole jgamey F. Hall open-  :.proceedm^^th^&lfc#^elin.:and Kent  r^ri_df oufe-fcutlBi^to������Ug^witha.tri.ple  to  score'Bis-brother'arid ^walkedr _bme  a'few'seconds latter when1 Williams favored with 'a- home" run.     In the. seventh  Mr. Williams favored with a double scor~  ft,l|g jut  let the latter's fast drive- get  him..       .'.'���������.'���������������������������.:���������':���������  Quite a number from town accompanied the homster'sv, to-Bonners for the  game and were welt pleased with the  showing made against the battery Y25������"  ported from Spokane for the occasion,  in additiohtn new men at short and third;  13_-L_%v_tf_-M������    -.4*     ������-.������i_*    tr%     ������v.<������T>-f_      ������_������.     itMnwwrarl  ������fc^-Vrf*������tttt^������_i ts      .>***        ���������**'_*-'       *.W,    :    _t--^*|-n-������- -i������*-_ _-*M_>^H'-t -w  ������  *���������������-.  showing in the last half of the season.  The fans there are not quite satisfied  with the showing of only two wins in the  first half.   The score:  CRESTON  Romano, c������_~_. 0  Fortin, 2b.  .  0  Telford, rf.-. ._.���������_-  MeKelvey, lb��������� 0  Boffey, If..... 0  Watson, c.  0  Baum, ss   0  Benedetti, 3b._... 0  Brogan, p.__������������������ 0  BONNERS     ;  F. Halli cf.___._ 1  Melin, lb._���������_���������. 0  Kent,-'2b._:.._^_.--0  B. Hall, 3b 2  Williams, c  1  Hodgins,lf....-��������� 0  Parent, ss.. 0  Lsnhart, if. 1  Lawrence;-tj.. .... ������  msatuie nower  ���������  SBbwSuccess  Splendid Display of Giit Flowers  airad House Plants���������Prizes are  Donated and Financial Success  _\_5sured^_^        Exhibit-  0 0 0 0  0 3 0 1  0  0  0���������1  x-5  CRESTON 1 (  BONNERS .. 0 1  Two base hits, McKeivey, F. Hail3  Williams; three base- bits, McKeivey.  B.Hall; home run, Willi ms; hits off  Brogan������ 10; off Lawrence- 7; struck  out hy Brogan, 9; LawTence, 5. Hit by  pitcher, Boffey. Left on bases Creston,  8;   Bonners 8.  -_-.*������-������_-*.-������.-  Creston and District Women's Institute  flower show staged in Trinity United  ChUrch ;_iall oh Saturday afternoon,  attracted the usual excellent display of  cut flowers and house plants, and the  serving of refreshments and sale of home  cooking brought in abotu $30 to the  Institute treasury. In addition to .the  flowers there was a health exhibit in  charge of Mrs. Cherrington and Mrs. R.  Stevens which attraceed much attention a  The show was formally opened by Col.  Mallandaine, president of Creston board  of trade, and the judging was very satisfactorily handled by W. G. Littlejohn,  with the prizes awarded as follows:  Iris,collection���������Mrs. C. Moore,  Mrs.  C. F. Hayes.  Roses, 3 blooms���������Mrs. Edmondson* 1st  and 2nd.  Pinks���������Mrs. C. Moore, Mrs. Edmond-  GRAND THEATRE  FRir-SAT., iJUHE  27-28  DELORES DEL RIO  RALPH FORBES  KARL DANE  in the  Local and Person a I  >Uiy*f^ ij !������������������������������������ Ili>"j O.WHI' 'ii>Vi ii mi      ���������        ,  RAIL OF  1HREE p.m. Prompt  Thin will be the last appenranoe  of Bonners here this Benson.  Don't miss this elrnali of these  old rivals"  "  LET'S GOt   ���������  >T>lll||J^I.II..NIf|^]jjlllj|W|i  FOR SALE���������Democrat, in good shape,  going cheap,   Albert Stewart, Creston.  WANTED���������Quiet and gentle saddle  pony for school girl, Chas. Moore, Cres���������  ton,  FOR SALE���������Several lots, fine location  near school, price $125 nnd up.. Algot  Anderson, village.  Mrs. Walter Fisher of Nelson, fa a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of  Mrs. George Moore.  FOR SALE���������80 acres land adjoining  Camp, Lister, ��������� going cheap. Mrs. A.  Stuart Evans, Camp Lister. n  Mrs,Lytie of Crawford Bay is renewing  acquaintances  in Creaton thin week, a  guest of her daughter, Mrs, D, A. MacDonald,  J. H. Gooderham of Gloichen, Alberta,  was a vJlBitor at tho end of the week with  his brother in law  and sister, Mr. nnd  Mrs. R YIV Forhen.  E, Boyd of Nelson arrlwd on Monday  to twice the position of second assistant  C.P.R. ngent nt Creaton depot during  fruit. Season rush.  The Intermedlnten had tho best of it  in the Sunday nftornoori bnseunll giumo  with   Creston Juniors,  winning  hy   ������  mnrK'ni of 1.0 toth ������������������  For the Juno meering of Creston nn'd  District Women's Iiititituto on FrlxHoy  afternoon/ 20th, Mm. MaUandnlne fis  announced to alvo a talk on penslonn.  A thriiling storjjr of the Klondike  which will tatce you over tha  Chilkoot Pstasj through   the  White Horse 'JFtapids, and .'the  Burning of Dawson City.  Miss Jeanne Hall, nurse-in-training at  the Nelson hospital, is here on a three  weeks*   holiday visit with her parents  Mr. and Mrs. John Hail.  Mr. Smith of Kimberley was a visitor  here last week, a guest of .Mr. and Mrs.  J. B. Holder.  Mrs. (Capt.) West of Kaslo was a visi-  tore here a few days last week, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Kemp.  The painters of the Scott Fruit Cpm-  ;pany, Fernie^; have given the outside and  ���������which,. the-;'- fon^/''_ir^\,;;ph^^  spring.'";'.... -_.  ;Y.i-;  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith and family,  who have spent the fore part of June at  their ranch here, have returned to their  h ome at.Be.rvue, Alber a.  E. Haskins has just taken delivery of a  1930 Ford sedan from the Premier Garage at Creston.  L. Littlejohn is at Creston  at present  in charge of   the   Co-Op  store   at that  point,   with Harold Langston  handling  the s'tore here.  "������     ��������� ���������  Mr. and Mrs. R.   A.   Palfreyman  and  Miss Cotterill left on Sunday on a two  Peeks' motor holiday trip to Pacific coast  points.  Early season vegetable deliveries commenced last week, L. T.������ Leveque is  supplying 1980 outdoor grown beets and  tnmips; H. Clement3 had the flrst new  season's cabbage, and E. Cumming has  been bringing hi some yery fine head  lettuce already.  Sweet William���������Mrs. Moore.  Poppy���������Mrs. Hayes,  Calif :mia  C. Moore.  Mrs.  -Mrs. J.   M. Craigie,  Oriental Poppy-  %f������    XT_..^'_  -U.L Ek. auyizo.         Any other Poppy���������Mrs. Moore 2nd.  Cornflower���������Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Moore.  Pansy, collection���������Mrs. Craigie.  Peony���������Mra. Edmondson 1st and 2nd.  Delphinium���������Mrs. Moore.  C ape Forget-me-notT���������Mrs. F. Rodgers,  ivlrs. M. Young.  Columbine���������:Mrs.Mopi53,-Mrs, Craigie.  ^na.   ;;,.. r-L,:.- ..;������������������_-���������;��������� ,..,_''���������   ^_i_-  ���������-���������,���������������������������'������������������'.   -'.-��������� -���������''; ;.'v.;;i: ~-'i' ��������� .^S?>^.'-������*i  Any' other ivariety  Moore 1st-and 2nd.  of  flowers���������Mrs.  STORY by ROBERT W.  SERVICE���������the man who  knows the -^orth *  REGULAR PRICES!  For the next few months  the price of  '  MILK h 10c. Quart  Delivered daily,  CREAM, 15c., Half-Pint.  ICE CREAM  for parties or other gatherings  where refreshments are served  ���������delivered just when needed.  We have a daily delivery of Ice  and have ample to take care  of a few more customers.  PHONE 37R.  esfonDair  R, A, COMFORT,  G any on City  * ���������  Up to .the middle of the month 140  was the. highest individual kill of any  one of the dozen boys who arc taking an  active part in the gopher killing contest  arranged by, the .Farniera", Inst.tute and  for which cash prizes aro being given.  y ��������� ���������   ���������    ���������      .    '  Alf alfn cutting will be under way before the week is out a d from appearances the first cut will be well up to the  average of other soasonB  John Zhchodnlk was the first in this  section to have strawberries for shipment  moving his first crate on Juno 10th. He  has a likely looking crop and is expecting  BOO crates.    -  Martin Nelnon, Leonard Olson and  Manford Samuelson havetatc^n a polo  cutting contract on the Winlnw limit at  Wynndel and,, commenced work , last  wcok, although thp latter was Only oh  tho job a fow hours when lie sustained n  cut hand and Is laid up at present.  Mra. Humblo haa bees making tho  roundn of Canyon tho hint few days enrolling names on the Dominion voters  Hat. From appearances the completed  lint will whow nhmit 1-10 nnnuvt*.  Albert and <3unnor Nelson have returned from I<othbrldgo, Alberta, and are  occuprlng thohouun'on tho Jap ranch at  present.  Collection of garden flowers���������Mrs.  Craigie, Mrs. Moore.  _ Geranium���������Mrs.   T.   Ross, Mrs.   M  Young. --  Begonia���������Mrs. T.   Dickson,  Mrs. M  Young.  Fern���������Mrs. F Rodgers 1st and 2nd.  Primula���������Mrs.   Edmondson   let  and  2nd.  Any other variery house plant���������Mrs.  F. Rodgers, Mrs, Edmondson.  Best  plant  grown  from   seed���������Mrs. .  Moore, Mrs. M. Young.  Single  flower  in   bud���������Mrs. Craigie,  Mrs. Moore.  Financially the fair was a splendid  success as the business houses in town  were most generous Sn donating _nsli and  goods wherewith to pay the prizes, an J  for this assistance the Institute.wishes to  express a very sincere appreciation.  FOR SALE���������Limited quantity of year-  old W Ite Leghorns at 76e. coch> Also  some White wynndottes and Light Sussex-at 86c.   John E. Johnson,  wynndel.  Hot and Cold  The people of  Creston and  district are  invited to enjoy  the comfort and satisfaction  of a shower bath at  CRESTON  TOURIST    PA.HKT  C_L__'_f^UXy__7_l_l   t_> A TH-LIC!  DrIU. W;JB_aM\ \. -L>/_L ������, Oi5  BATHROOM OPEN DAILY  ���������;.'��������� ���������'������������������ AFTER 4 p.m, -  CHARGES:  With Towel and Soap������.35c.  Without Towel"Soap. ���������.25c.  Pay at Ofllee on Camp Ground.  _,-* i? ^rt^-^  WtrtMN  mS^Om  7li*!t������'lf:lM  #m!ww  ���������WMMMMMH  tnjMyniwiii  MMMMHHM  m>n_i������_ii  ���������MMW  r^i  MM VmE   REVIEW*   ORESTG-ST,   B. ������������������ O.  mmmmrnmE&  An Encouragement To Progress  The subject of immigration has for many years been a lire topic in  Canada, and never more so than during- the past year or two. There, is,  however, this difference, that whereas for many decades the discussion of  the subject was largely as to ways and means whereby a larg-e volume of  immigration could be secured, in more recent years the thought of our  people has rather been, directed towards the successful colonization of the  new comers.  That is to say, where at one time the raain objective was to g"efc immigrants in largre numbers to settle upon our vacant lands, the main, objective  now is to see that those who do come make a real success of their venture,  adapt themselves to the new environment in which they find themselves,  and, by associating: themselves with the life and activities of the communities is which they locate, identify themselves with Canada and "become  Canadian citizens in thought ������u_d aspiration as V"eH as is name.  To a greater extent than ever before native-born Canadians,, and those  of cur citizenship who. call the British Isles "homer have ramie to realize  and appreciate the fact that immigrants coming to Canada from lands other  than those under the British flag or speaking the English language, are  really, even keenly, anxious to become Canadians in the full meaning of  the term. Appreciation of this fact is helping to break down old barriers of  prejudice, and the English-speaking Canadian is becoming more and more  anxious to co-operate with and assist his fellow-Canadian or foreign extraction.  In a recent issue of this paper there appeared an article in the news  columns outlining a plan originated by the Canadian National Railways,  under the direction of _>r. W. J. Blaclc, the" directing head of the departments of Agriculture and Colonization of that system, having as its object  the encouragement of community progress and development, and the attainment of the fullest possible measure cf Canadian citizenship by those  rural communities of the three prairie provinces which are of European  origin.  The plan is simple, but far-reaching and of tremendous importance.  It involves the carrying out of a series of competitions among' such communities, to he held annually for a period of five years, with three substantial prizes, of $1,000, $500, and $250 respectively, to be awarded each year  In each of the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta on the  understanding that the money be utilized in community work of some  progressive nature.  In other words, such of these rural municipalit.es or groups of school  districts within municipalities in which the population is made up of people  of continental European origin of tlie first or second generation, which display the greatest interest in co-operation among themselves to promote  education, public health, and a better class of agrclulture, and show the  best results, will be awarded these prizes, which, tn turn, arc to be used  in still further promoting progressive community betterment.  The community which through the co-operative action of its people  shows the best schools, the-most regular attendance of pupils, the largest  percentage of children going on for secondary or university training,, which  takes the keenest interest in matters of public health, social welfare, music,  arts and handicrafts, which enthusiastically supports community organizations such as agricultural societies, co-operative marketing pools, women's  Institutes and home maker's clubs, libraries, etc-., or which evince the  greatest Interest and reveal the greatest progress in the improvement of  agricultural methods, will be the winners of these substantial prizes.  But the greatest gain to such communities will not be tho winning of the  prizes, but in the direct and indirect benefits which will accrue to each  Individual and the community ns a whole from tho practice of those worthwhile things. Tho prizes are, after all, but an additional Incentive to work  for the welfare and advancement of the community which the people therein  call "home." The prizes are but a tangible encouragement to excel all  other communities In real constructive Canadian cltiaonship, to demonstrato  through a determination to make use of and emphasize the best Canada has  tn offer In tho development of their particular section of the Dominion.  --     Ocean.Be������S is C-ianging  Shipping Mas Been Endangered By  Upheavals In Pacific  ��������� ,-otraafe-'"things - are ���������.happehing;; in  the"-hurfcy regions of the,ocean bed.  In';ittio''#4cific the bed has been ris-  ing: so rnuch that shipping has become endangered. Off the west coast  of Nicaragua the charts show, an  ocean depth of 222 feet, but the figure is now-actually 2 feet. Another  sounding showed the actual depth to  be 51 feet where the chart showed! 1,-  80S feet. Sudden upheavals on the  ocean floor recently worked havoc  among.the telegraph cables; many ot  the stoutest were snappeu like string,  including one of the latest, which  normally takes five different sets ot  mesagea at once in each direction.  When a, "break occurs, the cable ship  goes out; delicate apparatus aboard  shows the break within two yards of  of the actual spot, and dragging commences. Up comes the cable. A new  length is inserted to make the join,  and so critical is the actual work of  Joining the strands inside that the  film of grease on a man's hand can  actually prevent tlie join from being  effective.  BRIGHT EYES ROSY CREEKS  The  Birthright  Of  Every  Gtrf  .Dutl eyes mean misery and weakness ���������. a sure sign of a bloodless  condition. Anaemic girls and women have dull, heavy eyes with dark  lines underneath. Tlie bright eyed  girl or woman is always happy and  welL  There is one way to make the eyes  bright���������to bring the glow of health.  to pale cheeks���������that is to invigorate  the body with new blood���������rich, red  health-giving blood. Dr. Williams'  Piak Jriilis do this and they do it well.  Concerning- them Mrs. Robert EVevttt,  Brougham, Ont., says: "My daughter  "became so ill and nervous -we "had to  take her out of school. She was pale  and thin; her eyes were dull and the  least exertion upset her. I began giving her Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and  in less than six months you would not  know her. She gained in- weight and'  strength and is now the picture of  health."  Dr. Williams* Pink Pills are sold  by medicine" dealers or by mail at  50 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Preparing: Valuable Report  . ..... .i a, - '      *>  Dr. Weir Making Survey Of Conditions Regarding Nursing  ���������".";.' . v'" Yv. ^Profession ��������� YY'-Y-Y"  Dr. G. M. Weir, D.Phaed���������: head ox  the school of ���������education and dirccto.  bf the summer session, University of  British. Columbia, who is making an  all-Canada survey of conditions regarding the nursing profession, has  been loaned by the B.C. officials to  tlie Canadian Medical Society and tho  Canadian Nurses' Association with a  view to preparing a. report on the  educational, economic and sociological problems of the" nursing- profession. ��������� His head' office is In! Toronto."  Recipes For This Week  (By  Betty Barclay)  _TOI_LEf_D VEGETABLE RELISH  1 package lemon flavored gelatin.  1 cup boiling water.       . ���������"'       *  % cup strained tomato juice.  3 tablespoons vinegar.  1 teaspoon salt.  ?4 teaspoon pepper.  2 cups mixed   cooked   vegetables,  finely cut.;  Dissolve gelatin in boiling water.  Add tomato juice, vinegar and seasoning. Chill. When slightly thickened, fold in vegetables. (A mixture  of several of the following may be  used: Celery, green peas, green or  yellow pod beans, asparagus tips,  onions or carrots.) Turn Into small  -i-u-ividual molds. Chill until -firm. Un-  ��������� mold and serve with meat course.  Serves 8.  If Itrai-I-.i 4_?  Life���������like good golf���������is made  Up or many Utile things :.������_.__*  one of which, helps the score*  Better digestion���������steadier  ;   nerves���������clearer brain, are* all  factors that count and are  gained   from   the  use of Wtiglcy's.  After  every meal  CKia  Makes pep  Keep* you awake  Three Delegates From Canada  To Attend Important Celebration In  Iceland During July  Premier Mackenzie King stated in  the House of Commons that it waa  thought advisable to have three delegates attend from Canada at the ������one-  thousandth anniversary of the founding of parliament of Iceland. The  event was very important in the history of parliamentary institutions  and the government had in mind the  presentation to Iceland of something  of a permanent nature which would  be a memorial of the occasion.  Aid For Faithful Servant  Man Who Travelled With David Livingstone Gets Pension  As the result of an appeal for  funds to aid Matthew Wellington,  the faithful servant of David Livingstone, the explorer-missionary, he is  assured of an income of $5 a week,  for life. Wellington ^eh85 nnd lives at  Mombasa, Africa, so that the pension  will care for his simple needs. Matthew was with his -master at Ma  death, helped to embalm the body,  and accompanied the coffin from the  wilds to the African coast. The" response to the appeal from Scotland  ww gratifying, and the money Is now  being &ent to the old man- through  the Resident Commissioner of Mombasa.  SPECIAL DEVIL'SFOOIi CAKE  li. cup shortening.  _ 2 oups sugar.  ': 4-eggs. ���������    ���������  1 cup milk. -  2*._  cups flour.  S teaspoons baking powder.  8 squares chocolate.  1 teaspoon vanilla.  Cream shortening and sugar tog-ether. Add egg yolks well-beaten.  Sift together dry ingredients and add  alternately with the milk. Add melted chocolate and vanilla. Lastly, fold  In well-beaten egg whites. Pour Into  -^welfcgreased square cake tins and  bake in moderate not too hot oven  (375 degrees Fahrenheit) for 30 minutes. Use your favorite letog.  Minard's for Insect Bites.  Revenue Front Livestock  Indians from the three prairie provinces sold approximately $250,000  worth of cattle last year and still  have around 25,000 head on the dif-  fesfent reservations. The equality of  .the cattle is improving rapidly and  Indian live. stock men are in good  financial condition.  KotMng As Good For Asthma.  AsvUnsa remedies come auu go but  every year the sales of the original  Dr. J. 3>. __eltoggss AstSiaaa Remedy  grow greater and greater. No. further  evidence could be asked of its remarkable merit. It relieves. It is  always of the same unvarying quality  which the ; sufferer from asthma  learns to know. Do not suffer another attack, but get this splendid  remedy today. t  Treaty Money Paid  Five dollars apiece in treaty money  was handed out to 481 Indians on  June. S,, at The ���������if*as, Manitoba, as- the .  Unidn Jack fflifttefeoTover- the treaty-  ceremony. Two Indians went. for a  taxi-drive. and. scores frequented the  five-and-ten-cent store. The natives  made merry at the reserve, singing  Indian songs and dancing the Red  River jig.  Cigarette Papers  ISO L������av������s  Finest You Can Buy/   -Al  AVOID IMITATIONS   ST  Death  Takes  Well  Known Railway Official  "I "���������H-iM1  V. B. Trautman \Vas C.P.lt. Publicity  Representative For Many  _Te;U'H  Fred 13. Trautnmn, 00, for almost  a ������coro of yours publicity representative of the Canadian Pacific Hallway  in the west, died in Winnipeg recently. Ho had been operated on as result  ���������MOTMim  ^__PnJ__F  ''0'UiC'l<^-v--^'i;:--v'.-j  Gtor  J-TiTwisI  of  a blood  poisoning  condition  nnd  failed to rally,  Mr. Trautman, born In Pennsylvania, worked on newspapers in the  eastern "United States and nt Fort  William, Ont., before ho canto to  Winnipeg in :10.12 as Canadian Pacific  Railway publicity, man. In taking  tho position with tlio railway under  Sir George Bury, ho was tho flrat  railway press reproacntatlvo In tho  west. ,,     '  Ills territory, through which he  operated since his appointment, extended from Winnipeg to the Puuinio  count and includocl a portion of tho  woRterri United States,  Its Quality Sells It The" fact that  so many thousands of intelligent people continue' to use Dr. Thomas*  Eciectrlc Oil ^speaks volumes for its  healing efficiency. Ever since It, .was  first introduced it has grown steadily  in < public favor, owing entirely to its  manifold usefulness in relieving and j  healing sickness. As n specific for  cuts, burns, scalds, and. various'inflammatory pains Its record is beyond  reproach.  FrstlNc For Canada  Of all countries in tho world, Canada is tho best place to live In at the  present timo, declared Lord Willlng-  don, Governor-General, In a rocen.t  .speech at Ottawa. No country had a  brighter future than Canada, Hia  Excellency said, and in a very few  years the Dominion would #a forward to increased prosperity. In his  recent vinltpi ho had been ntruqk by  tho evidences of moro satisfactory  farming condition- than, ho had witnessed stneo coming ticv Canada.  W.    N,    U.    18-2  Illcyoles Aro Cheaper  Moro bloyolaa wore made Jn Canada in ll>20 than in any previous  year and prlaen Were lower than thoy  havo been Xior thirty youm, according  to ihn records of tho Canada Cycle  and Motor Company,  Barber's Itch and IMnRWorin  aro  relieved by tho use of Douglas' Egyptian Liniment; quick, certain results.1!  Holi-vea the most obstinate cases.  Bomb Found Near "Vorftgln's xomh  An attempt to blow up the tomb  of Potor "Verogln, tho, Doulchobor  leader, who was killed in an axplofllon  In a v(illway conch in _,0241 wan revealed at Nelson, B.O., by tho :ftndln#  of a bomb planted bonlda the atruo-  tiiro, A miscalculation In tho timer  failed to explode tho dynamite  Uwo MiiiurdVi for ItlumaHuttami.  YOU'LL FIND A  hundred   vital  saving uses foe Para-  Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper in your hom$.  Comes in handy,  sanitary, knife-edged  package. For Jess exacting uses: "Centre  Pull'* Waxed Tissue  (flat sheets), At  grocers, druggists,,  stationers,  mmjim-fmmmMmif,  UmZZf^t     M Ml VHP ���������'��������� " " ���������'������,;  HAMILTON  ONTARIO  Western HepwumUittoe*:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK*  '������_, THE    REVIEW,    ORESTON.   B.    O.  *>iy  //  i Ainu.- iiia&Kd  oicf mDCT uiadi fi  nloTiiuH ������uMiU-  WIlHi JUCUAUIA.*  Glasgow, Scotland.-���������Making ��������� his  first world-wide radiobroadcast;" the  Prince o������ Wales,' standing",- on. the  famous Clydesbank wharves ,pn the  occasion of the launching- of the  Canadian Pacific Railway liner "Empress of Britain," said the building of  the new liner was the most important  milestone in the recent history _of the  British /mercantile marino, ������������������    ..��������� ������������������- ',' JY  The ��������� 'vessel, V the Prince said,  represented the last-..word in shipbuilding and , as to appointments  would be "found; torrhave no rival.  The building -of y whiat : the ; Prince  described    as j "this ���������-wonder   ship"  AftfiirAMVpii       ^*ftre?_^  was another sign of the sound imperial policy of the Canadian Pacific  Railway. ' ';.   *";' ">:^Y   Y'/Y  His Royal Highness.-went on to say  the C_P.R. had built 16} vessels in  Great Britain since the war at a cost  of ������20,000,000 and this when shipbuilding" in Great Britain was at a  low ebb. Y __-'..  Winnipeg, ManY--- Radio brought  the voice of His Royal- Highness the  Prince of Wales from Great BisLtain  to Western.Canada as ^clearly as^ *  though he had been speaking directly,  through the microphone- at one of the,  big Canadian stations.- T-isteners-in ail  over the Prairie Provinces heard the  heir to the British throne jlaunch. the  new Canadian Pacific liner "Empress  of Britain,1'- his companion speakers  being Lord Aberconway4 British, shipping magnate: and 3D. W. Beatty.,  K.C., President, of the Canadian, Pacific Railway.  -���������''���������'-;;-.":r-, _-���������._  Reception through CJRX, at Fleming, Sask., and CKY, . at-''Winnipeg",  two units in. the chain of 91- stations  in Canada and in the United States  that received the broadcast over  beam wireless from England to  Yamachi, Quebec, was excellent, and  enabled newspapers to take verbtim.  the report of the" i speeches of; His  Roy^l Highness and Mr. Beatty.  erwo.-iii nauiics  Raided By Police  Six Hundred Suspects Are Arrested  * Y������._   ^-H.,^_.     c. ._ jm  _>J      *>JXlCctrgU     t_������|UCUJt  . Chicago, -Ills.���������Nearly ���������00 alleged  " hoodlums were rounded up, as. a sp'e-  cial "strong arm" police'?onad Elash-  ed into underworld haunts, bent .on.  ridding Chicago "for all - time" of  criminals.  Stirred to drastic action for solution of the murder of Alfred ("Jake")  Lingle, Tribune reporter, and other  gangland ..slaughters, ' the," squads/  armed with- shotguns, revolvers and  tear bombs, crashed the thug hangouts with a vengeance. Patrol wagons, loaded, began arriving at police  headquarters in a stream shortly after 10 p.m. and at midnight there was  no sigh of a let up. ���������"  . The; prisoners' poured in so fast  that' the attaches of the bureau of  identification were swamped and  extra-, details were , called., on.: to assist in the work of booking.  As soon as word.of. the raids ���������was  circulated; a ' veritable, swarm of  attorneys, bondsmen and ������������������"" others  interested in seeking liberation of  the suspects also ' descended on  headquarters/ but .. their efforts  came to naught, bail being refused  ih each instance.  -J  VISITING CANADA jj '������__!������������ L0-I_f_8 10 T������g  Many   Lives  .Lost When   Passenger  \ Steamer Rams Oil Tanker  ]     Boston, Mass.���������Flaming oil, spurt-  ' j ing from the depths of a. stricken oil  .tanker,   believed  to ..have, been   the  "Pinthis," of Fall River/Vas thought  I.DATM   KIRVJITAD  AT PORT ARTSffl)  to .have claimed .?j5$v lives  of more-t v:porrKA_t_nu-,., Out.-���������Thrw hundred  Jury iicpits  On Assanlt Charge  Son  Of Y_hv-P_-emier  Of B.C.  Found  ������������������ . Wot .Guilty- - .  Vernon, B.C.^-It took less than 20  minutes for the assize court to bring  in a verdict of not guilty against  ��������� Charles Oliver, son of former Premier  John Oliver, charged with assaulting  T>r. V.YE. Latimer, in Pentieton, last  November 25. it was almost a foregone conclusion following the address  of Chief Justice Morrison to the jury  that? Oliver would be acquitted and a  ���������.murmur of  satisfaction ran  around  the packed court room *yhen; the yer-   arg^ there can be no movement in-  Mrs. Ralph Booth, wife of Captain  Ralph-Booth, wh<������ will pilot giant  dirigible, across, tb,e Atlantic to Montreal, is now staying in Toronto,  Ontario. '.-'\'Y  New Order For Stockyards  .May-Be Permitted To-JDc- Business In  I&estsictcd Areas  Ottawa,    Ont.���������Public    stockyards  were excluded from the restrictions  placed  on  a  designated  area  while!  testing for bovine tuberculosis is con- I  due ted, by - an < or der-ota-council passed S  by the Federal Gloyernment. It will j  mean that the Minister of  Agricul- j  ture may issue an order that a public 5  stockyard, in a restricted area may be  permitted   to   carry  on  its  business  just as if the area had not been established.  Saskatoon is the/only place in  Canada affected at the. present time,  officials of- the Department of Agriculture said." While no order had been  passed affecting the stock yards in  that city, one is expected, they said.  When tests of bovine tuberculosis  axe-i being:; conducted in;   a specified:;  than 40. persons^-fdxSund .thatr sHip "and  the passenger'liner ,'4FairfaXr" outbound from. Boston, when.they collide  ed in Massachusetts Bay. - -  : So suddenly *did ;thO. tragedy occur  that .not a single survivor of the  taniker was believed to have escaped  the f6g-shrouded-'".! inferno which  followed; the impact.  __t least a score of the "Fairfax's"  passengers and" crew1 were unac-  counted for while the "Pinthis"' carried a crew of 19.   _Y;     -.YY .. :-.yy....  >������������������  Aboa^ the big .passenger liner  scenes; of; wildest-iconfusioh succeeded the' shock' of the crash.- Men .and  women, believing the:; ship doomed,  hurled themselves into the^ sea only  to perish amidst the raging oil.  which poured from1 the' tanker- in all  directions. Others���������; were; burned ? in  their berths by the white heat of the  fire which seared the port;side of the  ship.- ���������....��������������������������� ������������������- ��������� ��������� -���������' ' ��������� Y-  The    flames    which    swept    both  craft melted their radio antenna and  > temporarily ended possibility of sum-  | moning aid.     The tanker, afire from  stem to stern, settled slowly into the  water plunging from sight 20 minutes after the crash.  Ship Receives Page  Of "Eyening World"  i..  ieked  +T_  if.  Smtl  Setiies Old Dispute   xtr  Nova Scotia Not Triable For Militia  Expenses During' Strike  Ottawa, Ont. ��������� The Province of  Nova Scotia is "not liable to pay to  his Majesty in the right of the Dominion all expenses and costs incurred by reason of the calling out of  part of the active milltia in aid of the  civil power in Cape i Breton" > during  June, 1925. This .was/ the majority  judgment of the Supreme Court of  Canada, delivered by the chief justice  here. Mr. Justice Newcombe dissenting, and Mr. Justice?Cannon finding  that liability wa3 "oonditional."  This settles a five-year-old dispute  between the^_>ominibn/and the province in which the Dpminlon claimed  reimbursement in the sum of $133,-;  11G.7S;���������the cost of despatching and  maintaining* troops of tho permanent  force in Cape Breton; during the coal-  miner Btrike of 1925.  Simple ������eryice For  ; Late F.E. Trautmaw  Mil .1   ���������IWW-Hw  Many    Attn rid   Funeral   Of    C.P.R.  Oniclal At Fort William  Fort William, Ont;���������Impressively  simple obsequies were held hero for  tho late F, 13. Trautman, for the last  IS   years,,,''Cann,d,i���������an,,   Pacific  ' Press'1  representativerin Wostbrn Canada.1  Ho: ,was bu riod .in tliio city who re' n  lai'go part of his enreor 'as a pionoer  wostotn1no'wapaporn\an was passed as'  editor of tho Fort. William Timos-  .Tournnl,;1 Y,  The} citiM* of, 'port Alhur nnd  Fort ^William wore oflloially ropro-  Bontod as !\ynH, the Railway company,  and a large" numhor pf private cltl-  Kons also paid their Inst respects, ���������  'Ini'erni_nt;:jw;As;,>tnadb in the family  plot in,Mountain"Vtew comotory. "   '  TXrnftfiH Second Tnnwii For Ilonx'n'r  For. Myerfl, Fla.-^Thomas A. Kdl-  son told ,intorvlewor������ .horo that he  would, ^tjirffo: iProBident Hoover, to socle  oloctlon' tqv a spfaorid term. ^Tho aged  .inventor said "the,XJnltocl Statea government- (Ia;���������thp,;nApat.' in^meient-'^l^:'  btiHlnepiHttrganiJsrition in operation' to-  day,'1' and ho addod ho did not blamo  tho pfi'caldcnt. Tho vaat u\zs> at tho'  bu������lneBS, ho Maid, wno roHponnlblo.  '*"'���������'"*        W.    N.V:Tr," Jrt42'~"    ","'   "'  diet- wasgiven.  Only fouir witnesses -f3>r the crown  were examined and little time was  lost by Hon. R. I_. Maitland, K.C.,  chief defence counsel in cross-examination. -Mrf Maitland '������atfo ���������isli:������o -'defence but immediately opened his- address to the jury.  The jury retired at 3.40 p.m. and  rendered their verdict at 4.00 p.m.  Legion Objects To  Fiction War Books  ward except that. of. tested cattle. [ ed'  Stockyards protested that this  worked an injustice on them and that  It seriously affected their business.  This led to the brder-in-council  which" excludes - theni^ from tlie restrictive terms.  Was  Sent By Radio and  Intact  New York.���������For the first tune a  newspaper has been spread out on  waves of ether and picked up intact  by a steamer at sea.  The experiment was successfully  concluded when.. the first; page ofr the-  Evening World Was sent to the' TJnit-  States   lmer   "America,"   at the  thousand 'dollars damage is estimated  as result of the destruction by fire- of  tihe Union Terminal Elevator ��������� workhouse,. - The building broke into  ftam^^B^m Yu^  the conSagratlon raged, for raore than  ten hquri^fore it was brought wi-  der rC^^cpii::'{:/;-���������'        ;:,;.."  .  _^ou^^s >of Ja_c_^head residents,  roused*fr<^-their beds by the crackling of flaj^^-and ,the commotion  rettuaed My;;Hi������;wt������Ma;wf all availaul-  fire-fighting ; equipraent, ; gathered at  the scene; Y" The reflection o>f the  flames, f^hich swirled .to 100 feet in  the air,I{ castYa -jced; glow over the  entire lake-front In the darkness.  Estimstte^ oil the damage was -on-  qffibi__;,Y&sYt^ of-.- tha  coinpany'arfr'ln^Wi-^ and repre  sentatives*; at   tfie   lake-head   would  hazard no figure as probable loss.  Fifty-Ithoiisand bushels of grain  stored in tiie Worlt-li^use were destroyed as the fl^naeslroared through  the structure^ spurning ��������� efforts of  firemen to place it under control.  Eleven empty box cars belonging to  Canadian pacific sndYCanadian Na-  "toinal Railways took Jfire on the siding adjoining the burning building  and were completely destroyed.  Winnipeg, Man.���������Officials of Union  Terminal Limited, refused to estimate  loss as the result of fire destruction"  of the company's work-house at Port  Arthur. It was stated at the head  office here that "absolutely no figures  are available/'  Only the cement tanks of the Union  Terminal plant  remain  intact.   The  ������������������^.I���������.    4-T*otr   nnntotnnrf    me������v   V_������   -r��������� Tlr������_>rfl  A,_tu      _..^-jr       ^.va_.w^^_������.^.^*     ���������������������������. .,y       _.���������_..____^_  by heat. Tho -watchman had a narrow  escape getting out" in the darkness  after the light went outi Heat from  the burning pile -was intense.        ^  Condemns   Those   Not   Founded   On  Actual Facts '  : Cardiff, Walesv���������War should in no  circumstances be made the subjectof  works of fictionjwas the viewv expressed at the annual conference of  the British Legion here, ..  War books came in for a, good  deal of criticism and a resolution  -was adopted condemning books in  which the author does -not,'draw" oh  actual facts and: personal experiences.  The elimination of war as a' subject  for fiction was urged as a measure of  respect for dead and mioinie'd soldiers.  A^ resolution tn gedr th������ coun  cil, of the.' Legion^; to..;. take.'.' '��������� steps,; to  counter' the'"' ^iri^ldious propaganda''  contained in books which slandered  tlio character of Great Britain and  belittled the'"principles for which  she entered��������� fljie. yvav.  Trans-Atlantic Trip  Is Postponed  R-lOOYNot Coming To Canada Until  .:".'. End Of July Y: ..'- ^ '  Ottawa, Ont;���������-The R-100 will "not  begin her trans-Atlantic trip to Canada until after the general election  on July 28. This was conveyed to the,  Minister of National Defence, Hon. J.  L. Ralston, in a cable received here  from the British Government.  The postponement of the dirigible's  flight is iu accordance with an  agreement bet-ween Canada and  Great Britain.  The start of the flight will be  made during tho last three. days of  July, the cable said.  moment 2,310 miles from New ITork.  ��������� .   g .    .-     ..  The paper was sent by the Radio  Corporation of America's new  photo-radio apparatus.  A mysterious-, .cylinder,-with-purple  ink, spun out intact the newspaper  page, that had appeared on the sidewalks of New York. Pictures and  type were reproduced as clearly as  the city, while the steamer was near-  ing her. port of call, Plymouth, England.  accessor Neil Appointed  Winnipeg Lawyer  ~ uoing id Norway  -W- ..:. %1  Could Not- Be Prevented  Boston.���������No practical measures  have been suggested which could  have prevented or minimized the  force of tho 1929 stock market panic,  according to Richard Whitney, president of the Nc.w York Stock Exchange.  fireeted By Home City  ''���������-.>!���������  .-  .. . ,  IToti. R. 1J. IBrtnuott Reoelvon RouHing  '..;���������;.'������������������. Wolcomo'in '.Calgary','''  -Calgary, ^a^Hou. R. B, Bennett  in -back"' ��������� at IiIb' : wesfcorn ���������' ii'omo'"- after.-  uring tho opening guU of his olectloii  campaign .nt Winnipeg, fpllow.od: by a  Hocond^pQech nt Regina.-Tho Consor-'  yatlvo loader '.arrived in Calgar^ a't'V  lato hour, but a largq crowd was on  hand to great him at tho station and  Winn tho opposition chieftain buoccss  in hl������;campaign.  Thq' nHBeinblagp',' cheo'rod the Con-  porvatlvo leadoi^ tlma ,��������� and . ngauv  and they, lined, up to,���������hako him by  Uioi hand.',; :. Tho ���������C'algarSan'' 'High-  landors, , of;' which -Mr. Bennett in  4ionomry>V;,<ioipnol,;' . woro on han^l  linCl rondevee! music of wolcomo!  Will     Represent     Government     Of  Canada v At  Coming Celebration  Winnipeg, Man.���������James C. Berg,  Winnipeg barrister and a prominent  worker in Norse societies for many  years, received word of his appointment by Premier Mackenzie King as  representative of the Dominion Government to the celebration of the  nine hundredth anniversary of the introduction of Christianity into Norway, to be held at Trohdhjem,- Norway, ih1 July'nnd.'iAu'gust;; "]'V "���������'$���������'/:'';  Mr. Berg~ is- tne son of one" of the  earliest Norwegian settlers in western Canada. Representatives of?  Saskatchewan, Alberta and British  Columbia governments aro expected  to sail with Berg, early in July.  Australia H_s N_t X^ CSsasesg: Neva .  CJovOTior-tJeneral     ' |:  Canberra,   Australia.���������In   well-informed ��������� political circles it is  stated -  Lord Somers, governor of the State  of Victoria, will    act   as v governor-  general of Australia   for   about , sis ���������  months after the departure of the} retiring Governor-General, Lord^Stone-''  haven, in October, ,  The reason given is .that Premier.-,.  Scullin has asked to have the -np*:  pointraent of --ord Stonehaven's  successor deferred in order to enable him to? consult the Dominions  office when he is In London attending the Imperial conference in Oc-  toben  Some time ago the appointment.  of a.. native-born Australian to the  post waa mooted and tho name of  Rt. Hon. Sir Isaac Isaacs, chief justice of Australia, was mentioned.  Premier Scullin nt tho time said  there was nothing to prevent the appointment of an Australian.  Fir&t;Bride 6n7Wew^:SEtp;;:.^  Contracts End 1st December  ��������� '���������'.'' Throo SluhH- Luiui^lied  ������������������; Bhrrow-in-Fuvnesa, E!ng. --. Throo  Mub.irinrlnoH for tho "RrliiRh Admiralty  ���������the "Rogulufl," "Rogont," and "Ro-  ver"-~woro Umnohod at ono shipyard  hero within the Npaoe of 84 minuton.  When the new Canadian Pacific coastal atcamslilp- ^Prlnccao IBGlizabeth"  was boing welcomed to Vancouver recently with a clvia luncheon, at which-  city and port officials praised the company for ita inltlatlyo and foroBlE-vt in  building up such a fine coastal -loot, Mayor W. H. Halkln, Vancouver port  oupo intendent, promised to present tho flrot bride who travelled on the now  ahip with a bouquet. So when Mrs, L. Goodge boarded tlio ship with tho  groom, sho was duly handed a bouquet by Georgo Fitch, Bcoretary to Ills  Elouo., **u the ft-nt lioncyanooacr to talto tho V_aicouv_r-Vlc_ox*3a trip on tho  '���������'Elizabeth." Picture shown,-left to right, Captain R. W. MoMurray, marine  flupurlntendont, B.C. Coant Steamship Servlco; L. Goodgo and Mr������. GJoodgo,  aiul Mr. Fitch. ;  Married  Women  Will Not  Bo  Employed In Winnipeg Schooln  Winnipeg, Man. ������������������ Married women  will' not in future too employed .aa  tpaphers in Winnipeg schools, it was  decided at a meeting of the schooS.  board.  Married women now employed will  be 'given notice  that .their contract  will terminate Decembor 81, 1030, unless exceptional  circumstances   prevail to  warrant   continued cmploy-  n>cnt. after that'datol"  : It was also decided, In view of tl?.B  existing unemployment situation, that <  the board will, "record its dlsapprav-���������'.  al of the acceptance by Its ompjloyccf)  of 'remunerative  vacatlohal emplby-  ment."  Apply For Oil E4ea_o^.  Prince Albert, Sask.���������Snakatch-  ewxuVo latent oil boom Is apparcntty  gathering momentum. Tho Dominion  land office hero lias received two applications f.or oi. .caHCEi on two auctions of laud In the vicinity of Kale-  wa, 17 mllen Houth of Hudson Bay  Junction, wherft oil and natural gaw  wan struck by wator well drlllorrf recently. The applications! havo been.  forwarded to Ottawa for approval.  *  El  ���������gaBW SAT, June  young men and fit men, and these  veterans who have served the state so  well are crowded out���������but I am thankful that we shall now be able to make  provteion for them.  "The old and prematurely old veteran* has been provided for in the past  by other countries by means of  Old  An hour after 15 employees had left  their work at the Prince Albert steam  laundry one evening last week, a boiler  exploded causing- damage estimated at  more than $30,000.  "That dancing and card playing un-  Soldiers*   Homes.   With   Canada,   the  der"proper auspices should fee approved  mhaM-Iam   _>w#  MM_.M.-.-X__i������ __.   -=������ _.- ___-.^ji   -.-_������__        *.4������    <_-*���������_*������    .^in4>   _-Vi_a   _3._*w_n*_ . _>ltf_c_iCi   ���������s-irvr.    __rtcart  CLAPvA  "The Saturday  Night Kid"  a  Qaramount Qktum  question of providing for the aged veteran is a new one; out we believe this  country's Interests will be better served,  the veteran happier and better provided for by granting him an allowance  ���������whereby he can live at home with his  wife or other relatives and retain his  independence^ rather than by insisting  tnat lie tnuso ;l_aye- l_is relatives and  friends and go Into an institution. Bill  19 is designed with, a view to building  up  and re-establishing the  veteran's  home, rather thart disintegrating It by  insisting that he go Into an institution.  "I sincerely hope; and Intend to encourage  and  if poslsble  stimulate,  a  movement of ths' veterans  < who are  granted this allowance) to the country  towns, villages smti.-rural areas generally where they will lead a happier, more  healthful and restful life than In the  crowded   industrial   centres,   _njeld_n-  taliy. they will live far more economically too.  "Decisions under the new Bill will be  nrads by an ladSE-ndent- nommittee of  three In Ottawa; but the preliminary  Investigations, medical examinations.  and so forth, will be performed by the  Department's own employees throughout the country.  "These prematurely old, and totally  unemployable men, who have not been  found to be entitled to pension, have  represented the Department's greatest  problem, and I am thankful that tho  resolution which I offered to the House  of Commons on this question has now  at last resulted in definite legislation  enabling us to take care of these men."  of, and that this Synod does not wish  to dictate to any parish the policy it  should adopt in matters innocent and  lawful" Is the text of a resolution that  was passed by the Anglican Synod  meeting at Quebec.  Constable W. H. Laird now stationed  at New Denver, has been notified of bis  promotion to- Pentieton, where his duties will consist of office work In connection with motor vehicles.   Prior to  Christ Gliiir.li, Creston  going to the Slocan seven years ago, he  was stationed at Yahk in East Kootenay.   He is known as a conscientious  and efficient officer, and his advance- .  ment wail evince general spprobsaon,  Killing gophers is a real live industry  over at Rock Creek, where the extern  mination effort oy school elilldten has  been of considerable proportions. On  Saturday, May 31st, the secretary of  the Rock Creek FarmersV Institute paid  out to the district school children the  sum of $.7.22, being bounty on 2,574  gopher tails turned in by the children  for which, there was allowance of three  cents each.  Mlilllllllll ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>  RUSSIAN CONDITIONS  RATHER ALARMING  Rev. W. Small Says People Are Ragged  and Undernourished  SUNDAY. *JUNG 22  CKESTON���������7.30 p.m., Evensong.    I  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  Men's  Dross Shoes  which have just arrived t  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  Comedy  Paramount News  As %Jinerr& See %s&  "O. would some power the gift to gi_ us,  "Po see ouEselv������?s &s others see us;  It would from many a blunder free sis,  And foolish, notions." Burns.  I've lived in this "Valley for nearly twelve  years,  And now I am leaving without any tears.  If God cent me here, it was in his wratrr,  In His goodness, I'm glad he has altered  my path.  Pentlcton <Jo-uperative  ers have -cut the expenditure on  the new cold storage plant from  $90,000 to $80,000. _  Only four students are now left  at the flying school at Kaslo.  Five others were graduated at the  first of the month.  Rev- W. Small,* latterly of the United  Church of Canada mission and an extensive traveller in China and Russia,  was the guest speaker at the luncheon  Tuesday of the Cranbrook Rotary club.  The reverend gentleman spoke on conditions in Russia which he said, despite  nress despatches that Russia was a  fairly prosperous country, did not justify his impresions of the country. In  Moscow curb begging was a common  occurrence, with the vast majority of  the oeopie poorly clothed _.nd all cut-  ward indications pointing to anything!  but a prosperous people. Red tape of!  officialdom was marked on every hand  in a land which claimed equality for  evervone.  Russia was exporting its puipwood by I  trainloads to Germany, the speaker  said. All along the Siberian railway  travellers observed the heavy shipment of puipwood going forward to  the German paper mills.  Am MlrsheESi  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Brunswick  Records  Reduced  to  SIXTY-FIVE  CENTS  Eaten  Or bring in one old one���������  Victor   or   Brunswick���������and  get a new one for 55c.  V.MAWSON  CRESTON  3  J  83  _rsi-L^  r*  -   jT*1*"*     f^T*      *   H   s       WJ^"_"E_-'3"a_.__a  1 Al_st_   Ul*   .Ai-L.   &!������_-  OUR SPECIALTY  \  Prohibition    law   enforcement  officer   McFarland    of   Bonners  in&������������toi_.,*������������_io-������H^lSsp2:5_.i!S ___s_js* booze in  big stumps)  I discovered|ny hand still held notrumps;  Planted fruit trees, waited for' apples to  grow;  One cannot live on air. so decided to go.  There's some perfect gentlemen in the  Valley, I know,  I will never forget, wherever I $o.  They have treated me always like a good  friend;  Their friendship I'll keep right on round  the bend.  When I visit this district again some day  I know where I'll get a drink, and nothing to pay  A call on old Bob, the Valleys shining star;  He's sure to have a bottle of good Old  PaT.  <___>  custody at present.  ���������all  orders promptly  card'of.  Lo.r.^11  Stephen & Sorenson of Bonners  Ferry* have started in to cut 1000  cords of cottonwood for the paper,  mill at Everett, Wash.  On a tax rate of 45 mills  Kelowna will this year collect  $114,494. Of this about $48,000  will be required for schools.  For being mixed up in a divorce  action   G. Baker   of   Cranbrook  high   school   teaching staff, has  been let out by the trustees.  This year East Kootenay baseball league games will be on  Wednesdays, except the game in  which Canal flats figures, these  tetter to be on Sunday.  Thpr'es the Doc.a gentleman through and  through;  A kind word for all;   a friend staunch  and true.  There's none of the mongrel breed in his i ,   , . .  blood; I    Vernon auto club cannot under-  Hia ancestors he'll trace till before the  stand why  there  is  a spread of  flood- eight cents a gallon on the whole-  And other good men I've met in my (sale price of gasoline as between  time��������� ! that town and Vancouver.  M.   Craigie,   Bill   Crawford  nnd   Col. i  Mallandaine; I    George  Johnson,  George Kelly,   Frank \  Putnam, Sam Sneers��������� ��������� ffc 1"? "T* IT Hi 1WI ������? 1\  They've all been real friends to me many'ftElUKN-bU  Interviewed by a Courier representative, Hon. Dr. King discussed at length  the passage of Bill No. 19, which, makes  adequate provision for veterans of the  Great War.  Por the first time in many weeks,  wheat prices registered an advance of  more than two cents a bushel, at Winnipeg, on Tuesday. "  Dr. Charles Camsell, deputy rainis=  ter of mines at pttawa has been elected president of the Royal Society of  Canada for 1930-31.  Over thirty thousand members of the  Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles of the  Mystic. Shrine, met ih an international  convention held at Toronto this week.  A man's shoe,, sis?������' seven, was discovered in the stomach of a 306-pound  halibut brought into Yarmouth, N.8.,  and opened at a fishing plant there.  Hon. Dr. J. H. King, federal minister  of health and D. S. G. R., accompanied by Mrs. King and Secretary Heid-  man, reached the city this week and  were present at the Liberal nominating  convention.  Consideration is being given by the  Saskatchewan government to an application from the colonization department of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to permit the entry of at  least 100 families of Mennonites.  REG_WATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  1  I.   TRUCKING,   GRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD   i  3  &-_  Other good friends, not mentioned here;  Here's your health with a drink of beer.  If you get downhearted when out of luck  JuRt show the faklra that you have pluck.  And you, who think you'to better than I;  I'll see you in hades bye and bye.  My ftuiita and follies you're ready to ft H,  Darn   your  blasted  to t  hides you   can eo  ���������GEO. DAVIE.  >  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  VETERANS  ALLOWANCE  Miiiister Interviewed  On Passage of Bill  f������egMn.tlkm  Approved! by Veterana-������1III1 No a������  The annual hospital ball at  Kaslo one night last week did not  attract as large a turnout as in  former years.  Growers at Kelowna have been  offered a contract for 50 tons of  Krapes at $100 a ton by the Victoria Wineiry.  At the Blaster Sunday morning  service- 15 new members were  rncf'ivcd into the Unitnd Church  at Cranbrook.  Government's   IProffrcsslve  ._ Veterans���������'.  Operative Shortly  perBonal  Bin mo.  "It is a matter of B-oat  satisfaction to me to aee that  19���������the "Veterans' Allowance Act���������has  finally been approved and .will bo operative very shortly.  "I have realized for some time that  the prematurely aged veteran or the  veteran who Is permanently unemployable, but not pensioned, Is a problem  this country would have to meet, and  BUI 10 was designed to meet that situation. Whether a man Incurred a disability as a result of his nervlc������ or not,  X am satisfied that If he saw no.vice  in tho battle areas and Is totally incapable of working the people of tills  country do not want to s_o him in need.  "Moro Hoientlflo methods of production In both Industry and agriculture  "Moro Hoientlflo methods of procluc  m In both Industry and asricultwn  r>,,.��������� w, ������,��������� ������..v,������^i ���������������:������.��������� ,,.,,i���������   bnv������ incronoad tho output but reduced  KflwMf.ko cannot quite under-  u,e man-power required.   The veteran  stand   why   the   daily  report* from  that town are not very" jittlo chanco to get a  published,  when  smaller centres job.   The permanently dl������      ��������� .........  ko Grand Fork* and Kaslo aro gggftg ������������������^T'jJfr-SS' _SS  gcvcui daily publicity. rendition* ������lth_r.   The demand In for  weather ot _lxfcy and. over, ii lw in .ku_ in a.  position   hnn   under  theaa  condition?  little chance to get a permanent  Tho  iMjrman-nkly disabled man.  They worked  m  alt night  to restore  service  Catching on a B0-pn1r aerial  cable gluing service to a number  of South Vancouver telephones,  a steam shovel, towed by a  truck, tore away 15 .feet of the  cable and put 50 telephones out  of order on the afternoon of  JuneS.  By working through that  night, c telephone cable splicer  and his helper had all of the  lines ready for service again the  following morning.  The wires that had been torn  were replaced with a now section  of cable*.  :V<  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  Gyproc Gives  PERMANENT  PROTECTION  MADS from Gypsum  rock, Gyproc Wall-  board does not burn.  Structurally strong, inexpensive, easily and  quickly put up, Gyproc  Wallboard gives permanent fire protection to  the walls, ceilings and  partitions of your home.  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Maple Leaf9 Robin Mood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices nrft rwht.  Trv us once and be convinced.  H.   S_  McCREATH  Sole agent for GALT COAL. -  ^Provincial News.,  Tlie fifty-sixth annual session of the  Odd Fellows' grand . lodge of British.  Columbia opened at Victoria Wednesday. . ."������������������      YY'-  Burglars broke Into A. ID; Papasiaai's  jewelry store in Nelson a few. nights  ago and stole three -watches valued at  $80.00.    . \' .yy^.\'yy':".'���������:  wax. thousand pounds of butter were  produced by thei Endlerby Creamery last  week. This is a most satisfactory increase over last year.;  Thomas Chubra, an. old timer of Fer-.  hie, dropped dead at'Coal Creek: about  six .o'clock Monday morning, while at  his work in the mine.  At Princeton  last Yweek  two transients  found  guilty of  beating  their  "oard/bills were each: g+ven an option  .1 a "525 fine or thirty days In jail.  John P. TvIacKaracher, veteran CO?JR.  ic-Cuuot-v- 'etxgiueee, 'aged 70, dl&d last;  week at Vancouver. H_ was well known  at Kamloops and on the Boundary and  Nelson divisions, y  There -were .4342 marriages in the  province last year. Of this number  3938 of them were contracts entered  into by persons who had not been married before. Two hundred and twenty-  six widows married bacheio^ 179 widr  ows married widowers and 3������ of them  '.H^r-*,w.S_-.'_si  ' Jt.MwW-4 'wh������h' *I__'*-*_t*#__rMM*������   Trr<c__4-_  IIic,_a*cui   CUvulucu   fci*c*Jt.      j_iav������Ai;av--)   nvw15  ded 146 brides who. had previously been  divorced, widowers married 224 spinsters and in 28 instance-'^'divorced  wives. Over 200 divorced men got" married again, 111 to. spinsters; 36 to widows and 34 to women who had been  divorced. ~~.'. -*  In recognition of outstanding bravery  of an unusual nature, Engineer H. J. '  Storey, . Brookmere,   and TPtre_nan  A.  : Kulkerson,   Pentieton,   Kettle-  Valley  railwaymen, have been awarded merit  marks by the Canadian Pacific Railway.   Taking over Engine 57(3 at Hope,  they found the grates dislodged from  the grate carrier.   Though the engine  w-us under a full head of steam, they  dumped, the fire and taking turns in  the task, entered the red-hot fire box  and  worked  until they replaced the  dislodged ^grates and connected up all  operating sods. ���������  I  6.  a  ������������������     ���������  - ������������������'    ^-    ���������.-���������������������������.-_--���������������������������     ���������     ���������!     ������      ���������.-*���������������������������    ������������������     _���������-���������-���������.-���������.-���������...H-^���������-A.-���������.._.._. .*.-_!-_���������-���������L -���������.-  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  Prime No, 1  Pork  ^iitton. Lamb &> Veal  *9\r������.._ -.   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The cost of the structure is said  to be about a quarter of a million dollars.--- ��������� '  -';. *  The Provincial Legislature has granted permission to the city of Vancouver  to borrow $350,000 to pay off the accumulated debts of the General Hospital, and to repay over a period of four  years.  Mrs. Papworth wife of W. Vidler  Pap worth, city clerk of Kaslo, died in  that city on Wednesday of last week.  She was 63 years of age, and before  her marriage was matron of the Kaslo  hospital.  The C.P.I-. agencies at New Denver  and Silverton are to be withdrawn on  June 14th, unless pressure can be  brought to bear to have them retained.  These towns have sent protests to the  company.  Horseshoe pitching-' (otherwise barn-  "ard trnYFy looms ��������� as a ��������� possible new  game, in Princeton...{ In. Pentieton the  game is making great strides, it is said.  At the latter place on Dominion Day  a big tournament is planned.  Construction work" will start at once  on the new wing of Trail-Tadanac hospital states O. B. Skeltdn manager of  the local constractingr firm of Mon-  crief & VistaunetV wiiloh has been awarded the contract by the hospital directors.  The  mechanical'd^JP&rtment of the  Consolidated   company   at Trail   has  turned out a fine piece of work In overhauling and repairing  the company's  DeHaviland Gypsy-Moth plane,, which  THE 1930 FORD; QFEERS  jer "Value; fp������the [Money  -'' "' ������������������...   .i.i-i.i       ���������       ' " ���������������������������-���������'    ���������"    f   -_-f-i.   i     hi! M������.i ������������������ ���������  ��������� i���������"���������������'��������������������������� ������������������   ������������������������������������������������������ TT ���������  a__-____-__5_5a__--55____-_^^  ,,.:-���������     *    ,-. '-���������������������>  ������������������,  _��������� .;  . /.      ���������-.'_-., i  . ���������       ..  . ���������  The new models with larger, roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled for comfor_/powei% beauty or stamina  and the new low prices make them them the biggest lvalue for  the money on the motor car market todayy   y  If you cannot afford a new car bring in your old one and  let us put new life in it. The Jatest. piece of equipment we  haye added to our shop is" a Lisle" Valve Machine, and it  certainly does turn out a real valve job^ -  Our Shop Equipment  is the Best and  ourJMechonics know hotv ta handle it J  I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  .--a3'  PREMIER   GAR A G E  PALMER    ������.     MAXWELL   ,  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  E3  ���������Et  El  s  Branch Managers command the knowledge and  experience of the -yvjiole  Bank, and tvery local  Manager is ���������devoted to  furthering the interests  of the community in.  which, he resides.   ,  The Bank will give ybu  painstaking and dependable service.  401  igifl'iLlw',l|Ml S_l_mB__B '    sir5���������'  Hi-ADOPPICE.  TORONTO  Capital and Reserve $15,000,000  CRESTON I3Tl,A NOH       J.-8. W. DIVOWIOS, *_atiuK_r  'BwmohoH n.ti Invo.moro, Cranbrook and Porwlo*  Special et 50 CENTS lb.  PEANUT BRITTLE  _ r  and  PEAI. UT  LASSIES  KISSES  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK I  *   THE  REXALIi STORE ?;  GEO. K. ___EX___T_r  was taken there from Kaslo following  a crackup.  John. McLaren was badly burned on  Saturday In the shopp of the Morrlssey,  Fernie and Michel Railway at Fernie.  It is understood that he was working  in the pits where he was seeking to locate the presence of some escaped gas,  when the gas became suddenly ignited  and flared up. >  A movement to establish a natural  park in the Hope Mountain area, between Princeton and Hope; arid off the  Hope-Princeton link of the transpro-  vincial highway, has been launched. H.  H. Thomas, of Princeton, who has for  years been conducting a guide service  in that area, is the instigator.  The Stewart News celebrated its  twelfth birthday in May, and it occurred to the editor that he was eligible for  one of those free Eastman kodaks. He  laid his case before the local dealer,  and sure enough that gentleman, proved himself a real sportsman and called  his bluff. The ISTewa office now has  one of the birthday kodaks.  The Nelson post office has been placed on a civil service basis, and a letter  carrier  delivery. Is to be established.  This will also give tbe postal employees   there  standard  hours,  increased  wages and the right to superannuation  and holidays   Nelson's postal revenue  stands fourth in the province.   Prince  Rupert comes fifth, Nanaimo sixth, and  Trail seventh.  :o=____K=_B������e-������Hss������n������������---������i  i ������������������ aaa ���������_������������������������������������-'������������������ ������������������-���������������������������__��������� ii ���������_��������������� ���������������������������-������������������ paaanas������������������  ���������J'y  ���������~ap"*vwB-Bapa*~avviM"a  ���������T'T'fT'yy'T'T'yT'y  .^���������y.^.y.y y���������^..  The Consoiidated Mining &  SiTieltingr Company of Cariada, Ltd. :  Office, Smelting 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.  TADANAC BRAND  .-..-..A.Jt.a...  Ma>M*AA-BavllaiMMjflL_MaWBnaaV_^aMalL^  ���������*���������?  EB B   H      BO   vLw    ll  "Lbi I u  hpil. ��������� *_c_u'  consists   in   spending   lesa  than  voii earn,'  .       '...'",  If by careful  ecpnoiny you can.  save  money, you  haye taken a  long step upward "CP^tei>tnuen_*  We pay ���������interest, on Sayings bal<-  ,..'. account. ������������������<     ,,      I' > ���������.���������������������������.   ;;;',. ::;<",, ia-;;.,,.,  J_.l_!,J_.__i . ^^m^JTaJLri JHLELJlUrsdL*������ . ���������., A_?iT_ii^ JS_%_,  ���������,��������� ���������   '   ,..      . .. i- ���������..-..   :':    '".',>';' "���������''::    .:>���������,���������>���������''  Captofl PAidl Up $20,000,000"    ...-.,     .;     ,.    .  Heflcrvo Fund $20,000,000  CrcBttva B.uacU ��������� II. J. X'orhtia, Mnnnuer  IM)M������<l������tOTW������������lJ������������vm*M>l>������iMIMWi|>������IK������������  WmU$ltfM������tlS!l'$  MAIL   CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS, addreaaed to  tho Poatmastor General, will bo received  irtt Ottawn until noon nn Friday, the 18th  July, for tho conveyance of HIb Majo'ty's  Mails on a proposed Contract tor a period  not cxcc-dlner four yearn, alas timoa.pc.  week on tho route Camp Littter-CreBton  via Canyon ������r>d Erlcltaon from the l������t  July next.  Printed notices containing; further Information m to conditions or prnported  Con tract may bo soon and blnnlc Covins of  Tender may bo obtained at W10 Post  OfflcoB of Cnmp Wfiter, Orontoii, Canyon,  nnd IflrfrUwon. nnd ftt, tho ufdeo of tbe  Dlntrk't Superintendent of Po������t������l Servieo,  J. B. CORI-RY,  Dlistrtct"Suporlntrndont of  . x .., .....Fantnl Service.  District Suporlntohdonra Oftlce,      , '  .  t-n-lRnry, 2nd Juno,. 10311ft.  that Logging aad Lumbering is  British Columbia's triajpr indos-  try, and is likely to be for some  years to come; j^ut not everybody  knee of our forests to the world  aF large, as ... f orfests elsewhere  becoml denuded.    We still have  360,000,000,06������ ������������������ ;bbard f feet of  merchantable   timber~-but    we  have in one "to burns.  A  PREVENT FOfiEST FIRES _���������YOU CAN HELP \  mmmm  mmmmmmsmmm  ������mm  j'/  TiRITI������������-lr 'OOT^TMBIA- FOT^IIRT RWIRVIOI?!  |wri������������p^ffi*������iw������^tf*������*mw TJTTC    BEVIEW.    CirM'FON.    B.    ���������T  W&M  ' What most .people call Indigestion Is i  usually excess acid in the stomach.  The food has soured. The Install- remedy is an alkali which neutralizes  acids. But don't use. crude helps. Use  ������?5}?tt yo������r doctor ���������would advise.  The" best help is Phillips' Bailie o_  Megnesia, For the SO years since ita  Invention it has remained standard  with physicians. You will find nothing;  One, tasteless spoonful in water neutralizes many times lie volume In  acid. The results are immediate, with  no bad after-effects. Once you learn  thla fact, you will never deal with  excess acid in the crude ways. Go  learn���������now���������why this method ia sti-  prein.������*  B_ sure to get the genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia prescribed toy physicians for 50 years in correcting ex  at |  else so quick in its effect, so harmless, i cess acids. Each, bottle contains full  bo efficient. j directions���������any drugstore.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Jubilee Impressions  A   Few   Reasons   Why   Manitoba  Is  Holding Celebration  The enthusiasm   with   wliich    the  Sir John Simon, head of the recent j people of Manitoba are preparing to  British commission to India, plans to j celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of the  return to India. August 3, aboard th������ \ province, on July 15 next, might lead  "Duchess of At-ioll."  Freudi ports of Calais, Boulogne,  Havre, Dieppe and Cherbourg are reported 'well satisfied that the British  Government has decided aguinst a  tunnel under the English Channel.  Carol Caratnaan, citizen, has become "King Carol IT. of Rumania, by f  an outsider, unfamiliar with our progress and development, to enquire  what it was all about. He would need  to be told that the Province was  .ornxatty admitted into the' Canadian  Confederation on July 15, 1870, and  that the    present    generation    was  showing- its pride and satisfaction at  a vote of"the Rumanian parliament, i what had been  accomplished in the  which lacked only one of being unani- | ������xty-year period.  KK2?25. \     The outstanding: fact in connection i Dominion. 5a ots record with the state- ] eoiiditiorfc of  stacks sad shelter &nd stabling-. They  knew, too; that if a little care were  exercised lit choosing the proper  breeds, and so_a__ degree of special  attention were accorded the stock  during the comparatively short periods of abnormal winter weather,  good results cotdd be obtained. The  jusiUficaUoh jojf > their faith is to '^e  'found'in;;th������^sr!se' '���������.distributions'  leading St^^  ada ahd'::^]i������Mfted States "durlng'l^i".  past��������� thirty;v_?earsi.: '.Manitoba., cattle-  have "held'';it^lfcj:������own with the; is'esjt)  that coiild tie ^ybduced anywhere, it  is a matter of gratification to the  people of Manitoba that her first  citizen, his.,Honor the Lieutenant-  Governor, James Duncan McGregor,  has risen: to his eminent position in  the community largely through his  success as a breeder of pure-bred cattle. That success has been due to,  intelligence, persistence, hard work  and a refusal to believe that "it  couldn't be done."  The story. ts. the same in regard to  other phases of farm activity. "Who  is there among the middle-aged people *>������ Manitoba who does not remember the day when butter from  Eastern Canada was considered essential to human existence here? A  quarter of a -century ago it was almost impious to suggest that this  Province should manufacture its own  butter. Today the Manitoba product  is known and appreciated all over  Canada, and in massy foreign, markets as well. During the past ten  years it has -won most of the cups  and prizes at leading exhibitions in  every part of the Dominion, and has  set a standard in the manufacture of  butter which is a model for creamery-  men in all the other provinces. As  for eggs, the leading authority in the  Hvcrui  _, & . 3_s^sa'  ifc-V <*���������������_���������.  JUNE 22  -���������    ��������� YY^;.,vY'g> : .-YYY^-v- ���������������������������'���������������������������:������������������.  THI5 RIS137N LORD AND THS  ' ���������,."'���������   'GB_5_iT:.-���������X>������IMSSS_������N     '  'I Golden. Text: VGo ye therefore, and  make disciples of all the -nations." ���������  ^aithew-28,19.-'; ^.  ':������������������ ^ssoit: ^iiat&ew'28,l-2������% _ .���������'"'.;  '':;-'_3,_vot3onal:^i;eading-t'Psalm ii6_l-&.  f*; "i\y.    " " - :-''- ; .. .   ������������������:      ~ ���������'  '���������",Y'\^ __t_plana.tlons and Comments   ,  y"-^Tiib' Empty Sepuleher^dTits'1 Message, verses 1-S.^-The Gospels do not  describe the resurrection; they report  It simply and briefly. Matthew tella  of the visit of Mary Magdalene and  tho. other Mary to the sepulc-ier late  on. Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath, as  Sunday, the first day of the week,  began to dawn. Mary Magdalene  was. from Magdaia, &' city on the  western shore of the Sea of Galilee,  "K_*B_4:te������r&tee������.������is������. *$**ean*i  _,_������__, ._ __j, _____._.._.. * _&__._-   m...������.^AAn .  A.".��������� S-EavJ. _*ot������*������. Stop* tteb,_ntr_*l������-i������i  _il ___ktri������;_fc__-_--B*^-a������ good 3a torn flays.  ��������� M_ta fertOBMftv ������tau������- nutotfi. ��������� All JDrusglaUs..  ery  1U-_������_i  -I  -VUV*   .     _.-V������M  demons," Luke 8.2, and who ts often  wrongly confounded with "the woman who waa a sinner," Luxe 7. "The  other Mary" was the -mother of  James, Mark 16.1. These two had  been present at the crucifixion and  the burial, Matthew 27.56. 61.  Matthew adds here, what no other  Evangelist does, that there was a  great earthquake, and an angel rolled  the stone away and sat on It. His  appearance was dazzling like lightning, and his raiment white as snow;  through fear of him the watchers  trembled and became as helpless as  dead men. The Greek word for angel  means "one who Is sent as, a raessen-v  grer. The angel "answered" the look  of amazement and fear of the women  and said: "Pear not ye, for I know  that ye seek Jesus who hath "been  crucified." "The 'for* gives a reason  for.the soothing ton������ ot the��������� address..  The angel recognizes them as friends  of the Crucifled."���������A-. B. Bruce. Then  he added the amazing news: "He ia  not here; for He is risen even as He  said." See Matthew 12..0; .16.21; 27.  ffcwy. ���������JBiimtouui^-Zk^ '������������������ ���������  \ " ���������:. Kriows,' yvhy '<3aaada'- Ssriports :  'Y ;^V''saui^ge';<^Sng_i::;':'.;,.  < "Until I went to Canada in 1928,  1 could never understand why the  Canadians spent so much money -in  importing sausage casings from.JSTew  Zealand���������about S.0,000 pounds a year  it is now," said Mr. J. W. ColUns,  New Zealand Trade Commissioner to  Canada,  at the  Auckland   Chamber  "I found the explanation when 1  landed at Vancouver, and .went to a  football match. I was accosted by a  small boy, who solicited business in  these words, THot Dogs, 10 cents.  Good for folks.*'  "In my travels through Canada J  soon came to realize the enormous  production and-sale of the so-called  ���������hot-dog,' and I did all I possibly  could to increase the production of  that delectable food. When I am  among the Canadians again, I am  going to use ray best efforts to Induce them to put in a bit of batter  with the bread and mustard that  always accompany the ���������hot-dog.' If  they do, it .'will mean at least another SG.000 toss a. year of .sausage  casings from New Zealand."���������Morning Herald, Auckland.  One shipyard In Glasgow, Scotland,  Andrea Macedo, a Portuguese. \  sailed from Morocco, June S, for New \  York, in a 20-foot sloop named the '.  "Au_a. Ke was the Ions passenger, j  sailor and navigator. ]  Amy Johnson, whose lone flight to '  Australia has roused the British, has  been given $50,000 by Lord Roiher-  mere's Daily Mail  in  recognition of  her performance.  Two hundred members of the  Agrarian Producers* TJnlon4 of the  Argentine, will arrive at Victoria,  B.C., on J September 14, to commence  a tour of Canada.  s Passenger trains on the Continent  are fast being equipped with radio  receivers for passengers. The latest  is the train   from   Havre   to   Paris.  with  Manitoba's  history as a Province  is   that _her  people  have practically achieved the impossible in the  production of foodstuffs.    One    need  not  go far back into  the  annals  of  the nineteenth oentury to find a positive and emphatic declaration of opinion on the country's resources, from  .���������_   man  whose   position   should have  ; given him  the right  to speak  with  ' authority. He was foolish enough to  i insist,   on  more   than   one   occasion,  i that wheat would never grow in any  ! place more than ten miles from the  ; Red River. His cue was taken up by  | many   lesser   "authorities"   and   the  ! whole territory was apparently doom-  j ed and damned as a source of cereal  j food supplies. What has been the real  i situation?   Manitoba  wheat  has  se-  ment that  for  excellent  flavor and  food value the product of the Manitoba hen is Invaluable. Honey represents   another  instance   where   local  achievement In the matter of quality  has crowded out the "foreign article.  The canny housewife who buys a pail  or jar of Manitoba honey knows she  is getting the best that is to be had.  The xefusal to lie down or retreat  in the face of serious problems has  always been a characteristic of Manitoba pioneers, and luckily that fine  spirit    persists    in    most    of    their  descendants.   Courage, 'patience,   en-  63.   "Come,"  he  further added, "see i 3^^- |s employing 7,000 men.  the place where the Lord lay." The  the   tomb   as   seen  by  Peter and John is described in John  20.5-7.  The Glad Message, verses 1, S. ���������  They -were not to stand long in mute  amazement, but were to carry the  glad news to others: "Go quickly, and  tell His disciples. He is risen from the  dead; and lo, He goeth before, you  into Galilee; there shall ye see Him:  lo, I have told you." Recall His promise to the disciples Matthew 26.32.  The Final Interview and Commission,   verses   16-20 -"AH   authority  hath been given unto Me in heaven  and on earth"; in these Words Jesus  asserted His royal authority; His  . right to command rested upon the  fact that He is King. The future of  Passengers can hire headphones and j cured a flrm position of leadership in  _*.~jl     ���������__    _l_   "wtm _a_? _.~i   m.__-L_ __���������������   v_ ____,___.     ,~r__*. _-__-��������� ~"*~  listen in to Eiffel Tower Radio, Paris,  or radio station 5XX.  The Prince of Wales and Prince  George have both entered 'planes in  the King's cup air race  to be held  the markets of the world, and has  held that'distinction for more than  forty years. Without desiring to reflect in any way upon the fertility of  the Red  River  district,   it  may  be  July  5.  Squadron  Leader  Don, who ] added that most of the wheat is pro-  has been, the Prince of Wales' pilot j duced   much   more   than   ten   miles  on recent flights, is expected" to fly  the royal heir's entry.  Por the first time an aeroplane will  be used for inspection of Indian  agencies and reserves in the Mackenzie River district. Inspector C. C.  Parker, of the Department of Indian  Affairs will leave Waterways, Alberta, early in July, his moat northerly  objective being Herschel Island,  command:  and make disciples of all nations,  bapti-dng them into the name/' i.e.,  confessing the name, "of the Father.  and of the Son, and of the Holy  Spirit, teaching- them to observe all  things whatsoever I commanded  you."  Could Not Sleep  Tired   All    Day   Lonn  Miss Florence- Coutier, Bark Lake,,  Ont., writes:���������"I was troubled with  my nerves, could not sleep at might,  and felt tired all day long.  "A neighbor came in to see me, one  morning, and advised me to takft  , ���������_    ���������        f His Kingdom was His supreme con-  thusiasm, perseverance and idealism,   cern,*and He proceeded to issue His  coupled with a lavish expenditure of   royal   command:    "Go ye therefore,  muscular   energy,   and  perspiration,  has gone far towards giving Manitoba so proud a place in" Canada and  in the Empire. Incidentally the prophets of famine and starvation have  been put to shame.   That in itself is  worth while Old Timer.  Vii:eart-y  "The first bog did me good and  after the sixth box I was able to go  back to my work."  Price, 50c. a box at all' druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on re-  Afraid of nothing in his prime the  Florida has a longer coast line than ; Hon, king of beasts,.becomes the prey   ciiipt ol prj.ee. by-The T. Milb__n Co.  any other state in the Union. 5 ������* hyenas when old age comes. \ Limited, Toronto, Ont.  One of the commonest complaints  of infants is worms, and the most  effective application , for them Is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Western Can&rla New Mecca  BioqitCHt   For   Information   Received  Frvim  United*Slates Motorists  Motorists in many parts of the  United States, having1 exhausted tho  possibilities of travel in Eastorn  United States, -are now look lug to  West era Canada as their new  Mecca. This was the frank statement in a letter recoiveel by tlio'  local ofllce of the Saskatchewan  Motor Club from its Southern Illinois afUUatlon, tho Auto Club' of  "Kgypt, which urgently requested a  gonoTv.wH supply of maps, booklets,  holiday and road Information concerning SkiHkutchowan.  ������������������You're n dear, sweet girl," sighed  thn dPHpnndnnt. cmitor. "God blnsn  and konp you! T wlflb T eouM afford  to,"  *i-~4*~Ji������Jlt^Ui  ������Mi������i' jfMKjrat rtouuMllim, agw In  irm*. WioumhAw wU*  rH������nm_He  ���������0 ������r JStult-*.<Uv������*"tiQmti,t u������i^tl������4������y,  W,    N,    11.     Jfl4������  from   that  famous   waterway.   Oats  and barley add their testimony in rebuttal   of the   foolish   prophecies  of  men  who  should  have   realized  the  value  of  silence. The  cultivation  of  grain, in fact, has provided the foun-  i dation    for     Manitoba's      progress.  ��������� Farmers   who   knew,   their business  ; came here from other lands, mostly  fi;om Ontario, to take a look at tlie  soil and examine the other elements  of'crop production. In nearly every  case one look was enough. Those who  stayed and worked with energy and  determination, succeeded in establishing  forever   the   reputation   of   this  Province   as   n,  centre  of  high-class  agricultural prosperity.      Thoy were  not daunted by weird tales of visitations of grasshoppers, drought, frost,  hail,, floods and all the other'torments  of the "crape-hanging'"' era. Nor did  they flinch  on tho    rare    occasions.  when they   encountered    these   torments, singly or In combination. They  persevered and won through; perhaps-  thoy did not* .oallV.o at the tlmo that  thoy were "achieving   tho   impossible."   . ���������        ..  ,���������    ;,,    ... ��������� .. . ���������   .���������v.;:'  Tlie <llro predictions regarding tho  possibilities,   or . rather  the  impossibilities, of grain production wero ro-  poatcd and multiplied when it came  to the consideration ofll othor Items  relating to human auateonance, Thoy  ware, it scorns, to bo disregarded as  possibles fnotorB In the economic life  of tho new Province, Could live stock,  Par Instance, bo expected to survive  in a land where even Uio buffalo oh,  with unlimited ftvnvMm uroau at tholr  di.'ipoMal, found It dlftloult to oxlflt?  Absurd,  according to tho wlseacrea  of that day.      ttut tho agricultural  plmun.u'H  (ltd  not  k*fii'^&  with  Lhom.  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Ontario���������"Yearn ago -when  I had a siefc father and a nursing baby  to care for, I got  : all run down and  I took Xydia B.  Hnkhatn's Vegetable Compound  to get strength to  do any work. An*  ot_uer Itime at  Change of Life, 1  had eevere head-.  aches andfelt tired  ������|l 4Jhq *lnr>9^ T tonic  seven bottles of  th������ Vegetable  Compound and felt like a new woman.  I recommend it to any woman who is  at the age when she needs building up."  ���������Mks.T. E SUGE-UN, RJt.4, Cobourg,  Ontario. ; --f'.  ^lllllllIlllilllillflllilllllllfllHUUIIIIIllllM  _   BiLVER   j  S        CKHISTrNE  WHTTiNG Y '   5  ������ PARSiENTBR g  S Copyright 1_ 2? ������������  iftiiiHiuiiiiiisiiiiiHuiiiiiaiEiiiiijiiiiEiiiii  CHAPTER,Xyi.���������-Continued.  "Not he," said Grandma, "but he  must have been made of India rubber to "get off as easy as lie did. Doctor Carter was just leaving the office,  and tho mar. landed right in his lap,  so to speak, so he got'a'patient. I  must say, if such a thing Had to happen it was nice it happened "where It  did, on account of the doctor. It -was  most two hours before the man was  fixed up and steady enough to go  along. The doctor took two stitches  and got paid three dollars. It was a  real interesting.. morning, and , four  people came in.this afternoon just to  hear about it; Y^eH, dearie, did Jim  tell you the news?"  "News!" ;; echoed     Charmjan,     'T  " '^iti;  yourself.  Grandma, with  talking' s&^gfi&Yanid fast."-I'm "��������� sorry  to be late, but^iin-wasigoing to Eastboro and it seemed a pity to miss the  ride when the foliage is so beautiful.  I wish you could have seen it, too."  She turned toward the kitchen, the  impending meal on her mind, but the  ������ld-4ady* stopped* her���������with a question:  "But didn"t he tell you about his  mother?"."[ ."  (_3iaim_ian came* back t_ ask:  "What about his mother? He never  mentioned her."  "Yott must have made yourself extra diverting then," said Grandma  seriously, .t'George K. stopped in, and  'twas he told me the news. It doesn't  seem hardly believable���������but Sarah  Bennett's groing to California!"  "To CaliforalaJ" repeated Char-  ������_ian : in Y amazement* "viand leave  Jim?"--        -;''    Y  "My stars!" ejaculated the old  lady. "Don't you know that, Sarah  Bennett wouldn't any more think of  going without Jim than she'd think  of going' without a pocket1 handkerchief ?������������������ It. seems she hasn't been feeling very well, and Edward Howe  thought a warm climate might help  her. Her twin slBtor, Sophie, lives  somewhere out that way, nnd they're  going to her. What's more, George  K. pays if the climate agrees with  hor, the chances aro they'll never  como hack t Didn't I Bay it had been  an exciting day?"  PT  CHAPTIBR XVTX  That night when alio lay in bod,.  ntarlng nt a oracle in tho celling that  nhowod weirdly-blight in��������� tho light of  tho harvest moon, Charmian,wonder-  Sun Burned?  Then rub afflicted porta with  Mlnard'H and watch them heal,  Mliiard'a for caiaipora.  ,W.   JNT.   "tt.   IMP  ed if the evening .'meal;, ;'had Kp&rX.fkt  to eat. She had gone about. its preparation in a daze, wondering why  Jim hadn't spoken of this big change  in his life���������feeling hurt that he  wouldn' t have confided in her���������won*  derjtag how vyickfleld would seem  Without her old playmate to drop in  of an evening, or to pick her up after  school hours as he had .today���������telling  herself vigorously that she wash'tone  bit in love with him���������admitting in  the next breath that she would miss  him terribly. The clock in the Town  Hall tower struck midnight before  she closed her eyes.  Yet it had been a diverting evening  because the Merrys had stopped in for  a chat with Grandma. Doctor Howe,  also, had drawn lip before the door,  and summoning Charmian outside  with his familiar whistle, told ber not  to worry about her ''job,^ that the  school board would uphold her in case  of trouble.  "But don't let Grandma hear a  word about it," she implored him.  "Has the deacon been to yiou already?" '.'_���������' ������������������,"..-  "Not he!'* smiled the old man. "He  knows too well whose side I'm liable  to take. I heard the story from Jim  Bennett. Guess he thought I'd better  be prepared. Good-night, child. I  won't say a word to Grandma; but  you can count~"on~me in an emergency; and, if I know him, -you can  count on George K., too. Don't lose  your sleep."  This short encounter had brought  Charmian's thoughts* around to Jim,  from whom they had wandered during the Merry's call; but they were  switched away^ again by John Carter,  ���������who was teaching Grandma three-  handed bridge and wanted Char-  inian's assistance* They sat up till the  Yet despite all. these diversions,  Charmian couldn't rest. Her anxiety  about the trouble with Deacon Purdie, and her hurt that Jim hadn't;  spoken of his plans, were poor bed- \  fellows. She looked big-eyed next  morning, and the doctor said at  breakfast: "You didn't sleep well, did  ; you?"  "Do you keep an X-ray maehine  back of those eyes of yours?" she  asked. "No, I didn't sleep-r-that is;  restfully. Our bridge game was too  exciting. I felt as -if I'd imbibed', a  pint-of coffee."   -      -    ��������� l��������� -    ���������-  - -*  "I'll  drive you to school," offered  the M.D.  " The girl shook her head.  "I'm just as grateful, but I need  exercise, and it's a gorgeous morning  ;for a walk."  ������ "I kind of suspect," said Grandma  softly, as Charmian left them, going  to the kitchen to. prepare their lunch,  "that she's bothered because Jinx  Bennett "didn't tell her he was going  to California. Seems . funny,- doesn't  it? He never said! a word; about it;  and so far's I know, no <one else-; in  Wickfield has ever been west o* the  Mississippi except George K. and  Saltna,'. They took a trip on their  silver wedding anniversary���������a delayed honeymoon, George K. called It,  because; they hadn't the money to  take then, when Ifliey were married.  They went moftt everywhere���������Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Canyon, and San Francisco, though I  should think they'd have been afraid  of earthquakes.  ., VW/Oll, Doctor, 1 wonder will ony-  bo'dy break a neck In front of your  office this morning, That accident wnsi  fortunate to happen where it did; but  I guess if I-i^zlo Baker had seen tho  narrow escapo her cat had, she'd havo  had a spasm."  It was not a longing for exercise  which made Charmian refuse the doctor's: offer of a ride that morning,; but  a -desire to walk off tho depression  that Mtlll por slated. "Oho felt not only  depressed, she told heraolf as she  stopped out into tho clear October  sunshine, but irritable. Why Ejhould  sho enro because Jim Bennett had lot  hor 'hoar the news o^ htm from some  one else?'/" ' ';.Y'";:''"':'���������' :.; !  "I wlah," J3he, scolclod, an sho passed  tho portals of tho First National  Bank, "X. wish I could put Jim and  his jiffalva- out of my mind for ovor  and oyer!'���������������������������whlali ahowo that' tho  irritability was not imagined. But  this wish, avdont though it sounded,  waa not to no fulfilled. ��������� It'was Oworgo-  K. KnowIOa, Issuing from him wide,  hospitable doorway, who again reminded hor of heir, old chum.  "Hold on.a '.iU.iui.rr ho called, as  Charmlan wavod a greeting; and giving, hlii: aUjllna an i^nnbashod ^������nd  hasty Irian, ho'Ml into rii:*ip w^lli t.h*  new nohtM>l teacher, although hor dca-  tln&tfian. waa oppoaUo to hia,  "Jfuafc wanted  to toll you not to  ���������'^^'������������������������������������:J^l������m\WM^:y'  :.-,-:h>,Y;,..-.llwn_7-.  . turn* m ---a ��������� -  Why be^h_Adica������yped with unsightly  blotches on the -ace, eyes with yellow  tinge and that tired and languid feel*  trig? This indicates ������.-torpid liver  "Headache, Di_aines_ and Biliousness  - sxtreiy follow. You- must aiimttSaic.  your la_y liver, start the bile flowing  with Carter"* Little Liver Pills.  They also act as a mild laxative,  purely vegetab|e, free from calomel  Mid poisonous drugs, small, easy to  swallow, and not habit forming. They  are not a purgative that cramps or  pains, unpleasant after effect follow-  Thcr, -on the contrary a good tonic  Ail Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs.  -_MBH1|IMBH^MWIMMIBll#HMaM������M������aaj������H^i^H^MiwaM'B������H-_aB������������������  wori^'ab.^.;:.'.t-ier.sc&oql/' he began at  once. ' 'The board will uphold you as  long aa the doctor, and yours truly  aro elected...Just .stick to what you  know is rights my dear, and the' deacon will have to. crawl. What'll you  do, Charmian, when Jim Bennett isn't  here to fight your Tattles ?"  His liind blue eyes smiled at her as  she retorted: "Fight them myself, or  surrender ignominiously to the  enemy." But her rising color didn't  escape George'���������__.* whose heart was  yourtg in spite of his gray hairs, and  he said soberly:.  "You won't be the only one in  Wickfield, to miss the. boy, my dear.  He's fast becoming my right-hand  man. His father was my best friend,  too���������a good man was James Bennett,  married to a selfish woman. Salina  would, take my head off for saying  so; but I guess you know the truth."  If Jim's father had lived, Sarah  would have ruined his life most likely, and now she's doing her best to  rid*TV_     _!*. ..9^3     _4-������-_f.   .._-     4!__>    1^.5_    _43v>?.> *>o.  _;_���������J    E,i_Ul_M_l    _H_._-Kk    ������_j^    ���������__     _.&_)   _U^i_.u,  then," said Charmian coldly, and lifted her chin the least bit higher.  George K. cast upon her a sidelong  glance.  "Did you  ever  live  in  the house  with Sarah Bennett?"  "Did you?" Charmian countered.  "No,, thank God!" George K. ex-"  plOded, "but I know her kind. They  break the spirit after a while, Charmian, and Jim, poor boy, has known  no other close companionship. Sometimes 1 wonder-':how he's kept, his  sense of humor and his kind heart.  Well," as they reached the corner  where Main Street turned off toward  District Four, "I*ir be late at the  bank if I escort you any farther.  You'll remember not to worry ?"  "I'll remember, Uncle George," she  answered gratefully, ''and���������thanks."  To Grandma . the morning seemed  to drag. John Carter hod left shortly  stop for his customary chat. And all:  after breakfast, and ^even the R.F.D.  man was behind time, so .couldn't  he brought was an advertisement!;  Grandma tossed it scornfully into the  waste basket, and wished that something interesting would occur.       .'���������;  "Seems as if Wickflold was never  so still before," she complained aloud.  "AH I've seen is Iiiazie Baker hanging out-her dish towels, and Mr. Merry hurrying home from'the post office with the paper. The children  haven't had any fights, or the dogs,  either! Here come an auto. I do believe It's Jlrnmy, and he's stopping."  She was right. Jim drew up before  the door, got out, kicked a bubpIcIohsi  looking tiro, and then came in.  - '(To'Be'Continued'.)''  knlv ���������r ���������_-���������. -_>_u__i>_l_i a ������iu������>v_i.j  n        "' II   I I.  Opening 5>ay At Antwerp -exhibition  Found Building Ccmpleto To  L>aat _>etall.  "Canada scored signally in the early weeks of thej International -exhibition at Antwerp,'( and continues to  lead and dominate the Fair," said E3.  T. -qffoltie,. Director of Exhibits  (Department of Immigration and Colonization.),   Canadian  Pacific   Railway,  on his return  from that exhibition,  which  still has  six months  tb  run.  c*Th.e reason    for    Canada's    prominence,"    Mr. Noltie    explained,    "is  Canada alone of:, aU ;the participating  "countries, had her\bu_id_rig:set upland  finished, inside -smd^out,;on tin_e.:Not.  jOnly that, but^the ^hole area :bf: the  Canadian Pavilion^' was complete In  the last detail of lawn and wBlfra.  shrubbery, hedge and    flower    beds.  The whole ensemble, in fact, was a  striking   achievement   which,   in   a  singular manner, gave-an������impression  of  efficiency^  that  was   decidedly   a  feather in Canada's cap."  I4���������1E  CONt>i_HSf:_������  Always  f        Pure  Uriifcarm  Easily Digested  i  . 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Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or hy mail at 25!  cents a box from The Dr .Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ������������������ .,-,.*-  Little Helps For This Week  Travels' Hour Every Hay  Traffic statisticians have figured  out that one hour a day of the aver-  agef Berliner's time is consumed riding on omnibuses, street cars or elevated or underground trains. This  amounts to 13 full days a year.  .   "That ye love one another."���������John  ?KXV. 17. 4  Give thy heart's best treasures,  From fair Nature learn;  Give thy love, and ask not.  Wait n-ot a return.  And the more thou spendesf  From thy little store.  With a double bounty  God will give thee more.  ������������������Adelaide Anne Procter.  The beautiful law of Christian love.  life, and truth is, 'that the more we  give of our won capital the more that,  capital increases. The widow's-  cruse of oil and barrel of meal increased as she distributed them; and  a Christian's sunshine and happiness,  faith ������r>d hope, will be Invigorated  and multiplied in proportion as he  tries to make others hopeful, trustful,  and happy.���������-John Cummlng.  The use of Miller's Worm Powders  insures healthy children so- far as the  ailments attributable to worms are  concerned. A high mortality among  children is traceable to worms. These  sap the strength of infants so that  they are unable to maintain the battle  of life and succumb to weakness. This  preparation gives promise of health  , and keeps it.  Minard's Drives Away tfie Headache, j     ;nuu: "I started out on the theory  that- the world has an opening for  Xjondon's force 6f police-women is  is to be doubled in strength. In 1925  the number was raised from 24 to 50.  Now It is to be more than 100.  me."  Void:  YNull:  ,X-0;W."  "And you found it ?"  "Well rather. ^I?m in the holb  Persian Balm tho creator and preserver of beautiful complexions. Tonic in effect and wonderfully stimulating. Safeguards and boautHlea tho  most delicately-textured skins. Cools  and relieves all skins flushed'or Irritated by weather conditions. Magical  in results. A little gentle rubbing and  a youthful freahnens and daintineas is  instantly created. Invaluable for softening 'the hands and making them  flawlessly white, Truly tho perfect  toilet requisite for tho woman who  caro������.   , ',..���������'''; y  n  m  ;m*  i.HWJ*  J_V������������-|9  at  GYPROC  ������_  Only Ono Itewtrltetlon  inquiry has boon mado at head-  quarters of the World's Grain Show,  Iicginn, aa to whothor or"' not tho  number of oxhlbltora from any ono  province or state In ; restricted.  .Thero-. Is,, no roatriotion wljatovor to  tho numlsor of ontrle-j Em any of tho  competES.lvc claa'aes except .tEiat nra  exhibitor will be allowed to mako  not mora, than onis ontj'y In any on������  ClUBB. ','     '"'���������"'  X-Ato Fathar���������^What lo that otufC  on my now car? Whoro havo yow  boon?" .'���������''.���������  Calm Bon���������"That's     only     trafllo  jam.'"' "���������  MluunlV for Falling lEalr  . - - ff IBM s.eldom visits \  ���������"'���������;.���������-*��������� houses having  Gyproc Wallboard  ceilings, partitions;  'walls and sheathing.  On' the contr'ary ���������  'Gyproc has saved  many homes.  This pioneer Canadian  firc-safc gypsum board lias a  new Ivory coloured finish  this year that makes decoration unnecessary (-when panelled). It is just the thing to  use lor making extra rooms  in the cellar ot attic.  ?. Qnicldj' erected. Inexpensive, structurally strong.  Gyp. dc Wallboard gives permanent lire protection.       ,  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Ask him today  for full infoLmation or write  for  interesting  free book,  "Building and Remodelling,  with Gyproc/*  GYPSUM, LIME AND 1  ALABASTINB, CANADA,  LIMITED i  Winnipeg        ' ��������������� Manitoba  to  :&  r v  /  Z/<  Is.  Ikj  _ <_. _a-9_r>%s-r  hr>l  ?9w  teiw  ''���������Rw*a*feil^^^^^j||^^^  mmm*mmmm0Mim,ii TMtfi   13J������J-S'_:WJSS   KSfl V IIS W  iy,_aiWM*ti-g_a  WAAJ-���������  imimuj���������ijji tn j jihj ._-..**���������  1  ������  1  Local and Personal  MNDFOR SAI_E~20 acres of improved land, buildings, and plenty oi  water, goes for price of iiap.ovemedts. E.  NOUGUIER, Canyon.  !    Up till Tuesday but three forest lire*  have been reported in t' e area between  "Yahk and Kuskanook.   All of them were  in April, and cost about $80 to handle.  Lewis Littlejohn 5s in charge ofjthe  Co-Op. store .or the balance of the month.  R. A. Palfreyman leaving on Sunday lor  installed and whieh is open to the "public  daily after 4 o'clock each afternoon.   A  commodious  bath and  dressing   room.  4x8 feet is available and a. hot. water  tank of 120 gallons capacity and a 600  gallon cold water tank has been installed  under the direction of Sam Steehstrup-  Where towel and soap is supplied the  charge is 35 cents, and where these items  are not desired the shower charge is 25  cents.  ������������������;  r ',, ������������������  *.   ������   -.. _.--.-^.--..-.-A.-.. -..A.-..-, .ts. A._t.A.A.  mi  OaBS-BVWrYQU'LliUKEIT  ''*������./  lA/__k"r-__r_o  r    ess* g ������  0ik oiOG  in weights and colors  for all your  summer  needs*  J a two weeks* vacation at coast points.  Creston baseball team will play at  Kimberley on Dominion Day, July 1st.  The town is having a big athletic tournament and the local a and Kimberley will  supply the baseball feature,  Brincipal Staiiwood has just taken  delivery of a 1980 Plymouth coupe from  Creston Motors. YK. W. McLaren is  now owner of a 1980 Ford sedan, purchased from ths Premie, garage.  I J. Grant of Nanaimo, organizer for the  Loyal Orange Lodge of British Columbia,  was a Creston visitor the latter part of  the week, attending a special meeting of  Creston Lodge on Thursday night.  __.  Dry Goods* Groceries.  FOR SALE���������Limited quantity of year^  old W ite Leghorns at 75o. each, also  some White Wyandottes and Light Sussex at 85c.   John E. Johnson, Wynndel.  Next Sunday's baseball game is .with  Bonners Ferry, commencing at 8 o'clock.  Creston is due to shake the jinx that has  been following them all sea on and are  due to come through with a win on the  22nd.  Hon, Wm. Atkinson of Victoria minister of agriculture, made an inspection  trip through the Creston district on Saturday, in company with ColvFred Lister,  M.P.P., and C. B. Twigg, district agriculturist.  w -r ^m*r *  OIVERJStON AISIDUStE  TAKE NOTICE that South Kootenay  Water Power Company, whose address  is Rossland, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use two hundred second feet  of water out of Goat River, which flows  westerly and drains into Kootenay River  about  1 V_ miles northwest of Creston,  B.C.   The water will bo diverted from  the stream at a point about traffic bridge  over canyon about 600 feet southwest of  northeast, corner of 3.L. 2S= Lot 812, and  wll be used for power and waterworks  purposes upon the area described in the  undertaking of the Company, within a  radius of twenty-five miles of power site  (including the Village of Creston),   This  notice was posted on the ground on the  12th day of June, 1930.   A copy of this  notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act will be filed at  the office of the Water Recorder 'Nelson,  B.C.   The petition for   he approval of  the undertakitg as per Section 26 of the  Act will be heard in the office of the  Board of Investigation at a date to be  fixed by the Comptroller, and any interested persons may fsJo an objection thereto in the office of of the Comptroller; or  of the said Water Recorder.  SOUTH KOOTENAY WATER  POWER COMPANY:  Applicant.  By E. MALLANDAINE, Agent-  Date of   the  first  publication   of   this  notice is June 13, 1930.  e  How  about  tuning up  your Motpr  before  holidays ?  NEVER  ������������������ ���������������.  -"*, ���������   "*���������_.������'%_H_������t_^  TO  SERVE YOU!  Greston Motors  Main St. at Barton Ave.  i  i  ���������VV"  ���������ww y^y w ��������� w ������������������������������*��������������� -W' w ' w w' w -  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  X-istings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  PHONE 3    FurniturepH&rdtva'.  .y ytj,.\f mjn/������v   fnin-l' V'^T'V ir'V'W'^   tV9������^.n^.^f.^.^'^,'^f'^0'%^.^.w'WW^WWW^r  4  4  ��������� 4  '<'vt'> ivvyr*������"������  ���������.^i.y.^.y.^.^.y.y iy w.^.w.w..^.^.w.^-^' w*^*yyy v^'T-^*  fH_FIIt  S?  tun I ill i uuit ryyfiii 1  \  There is just one place where money really  belongs���������in the pockets of the people who  have earned it. And we are doing our share  to keep as much of it there as possible. By  careful buying���������by stopping waste���������by using  the most modern and economical methods, we  are able to offer quality merchandise at better  prices. And this means more of our customers' money stays right in their own pockets.  Greston Valley Co-Operativs Assn.  *  At A_aW������ AaAa aajk������_������*V_kM-4k_aK������k-B__kaVa--4a_k-i  GRESTON  Two Stores  EnlGKSQK  _-_aV*-lB_h������__k������kam������a4L������_-lk_^B__k___^k__a-_L_B^  QUALITY and  SERVICE  IJlQjulnlBi  Better service at reporting fires at  West Creston will be in evidence this  year. The telephone has been extended  from the Reclamation Farm house to the  residence of patrolman Art Hurry at  Corn Creek.  Kapel's All Canadian shows played  Creston on. Friday and. Saturday. The  merry-go-round and Ferris wheel did a  capacity trade but business at the side  shows did not seem to be as generous as  in other years.  With new equipment in the way of  truck, tractor etc., it has been found  necessary to put on an addition to the  public works building at the corner of  Fifth Avenue, the former Lidgate garage,  and construction is now under way.  The usual term-end examinations are  under way at Cresnon high school this |  week. There have been quite a number  passed on recommendation but in Grades  10 and 11 the number taking the  departmental tests-is larger than usual.  Tax payments' for'the first five months  of the year account f ot an intake of  $400 but a rush is expected this month  as a 15 per cent, penalty becomes effective at July 1st. 1S30 tax liquidation sa!  just a little better than at this date last  year.  The forestry department have just installed a lOokout station' at the head of  Thompson Creek and this week work is  under way installing a telephone lino to  the station, connecting with the iocal  system at a point hear Croler's garage,  I Erickson.  C. F. Hayes left on Tuesday for Powell  River, where he is representing Creston  Lodge at the annual meeting of the B.C.  Masonic Grand Lodge, He went via  Bonners Ferry, and due his departure  the Review mokes its appearance a couple  of days ahead of schedule;  A convenience th at Is sure to bo o pprcci-  ated has just been provided at Creston  tourist park where a shower bath has been  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing  Heating Company  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating^Hne.  aJ-_._.._������.i*._i  ������������������������������  _>*/">>,#������lr  ������������������_ t������������.v������S.������V.  We carry a complete line of Bathroom  Baths, Toilets; Basins, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  and  any kind of  Fitting.  Have trough, Soil; Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain^Pipes, &c.  ,���������"      ' .. ��������� .".''.       ��������� '���������     Y-- --Y->" %..,..���������-  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, as we have the Stock* we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work,    -  STEENSTRUP & REED        i  *_nWri������_BaW_>aV__-IW_-__B_������A������___������������_������BB*_fc>a-ft-^^  sWBS?T^~*ar^iHlJfe*r--iS������������HB^  OIBPfe-JC   .^rMlgllSS: :   .^WBJkC   ' ~*������l  PHONE ao  TIME FOR A  CHANGE!  For quality and service we are handling  nothing but &ood Steer BEEF, VEAL,  PORK, LAMB, We also cany a full line  Cooked and Smoked Meats  FRESH rBSH  SALMON,    HALIBUT,   COD  The ho use, of good eats in moats.  Wo serve you with a smile 1    .  JACK VANHOUN, Manner.  FuIIQospei  fWSSssioii  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  Sunday, June 22  11.00 a.m Morning Worship.  7.30 p.m.���������  Tuesday and Thursday  7.46 p.m,���������Evangelistic Services,  Friday  Young People's  Saturday Afl^moos*)  2.80   Children's Service,  Everybody Welcomef  Our stock is complete.  MEN'S from 85c. to $2.00  per suit.  LADIES' in all >l_e wanted  styles.  ALL GOOD MAKES���������which mean  FIT and COMFORT.   -  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COM PAN YB   LTD.


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