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 Lreston I rims  >onner������ f  7-16  Locals Make Good Start and  Finish Strong���������Greston Stars  at Bat���������Benedetti Pitches Last  Four Innings and Saves Day.  Effective relief pitching by Benedetti,  who replaced Brogan early in the sixth  Innings; splendid hitting by every member of the team, particularly when safe  clouts meant runs, enabled Creston to  turn in ita first win of the season on Sunday afternoon in_ the final clash with  Bonners Ferry for the year. The score  ���������������as 17 to 16* ���������'.  The finish was of the hair raising sort.  Creston coining to hat in the ninth trailing one run behind, but successive hits  by Broga^, Romano, Telford and Jack  Dodds, wh.o_replaced McKeivey in the  slat-Uthe aeeded two runs were annexed  before a man been retired.  '-������������������ ,-"A ccfUple of casualties featured the  game. Mcl_elvey was forced to retire in  the eighth when he sprained his ankle  -cs =a:; slide iato third to register  a three base hsfc.    Ted Kent, of Bonners,  with the former's parent-, Mr. and Mrs.  Matt. Clayton. Miss Kathleen Clayton  returned to Kimberley with them for a  few days* stay.  Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bead and daughter.  Holly, were motor visitors at Fernie and  Morrisey during the past week.  Sitee &imf������n&  T3W a*_  ������ _. 1 *  at Oreston the fore part, of the week  writing on the examinations for entrai|_e  to high school. They are Bessie Hun,  Agnes Johnson, Annie Gattland,  Browell and Alice Wealing.  ucica  _.-_r__-j''_... _.__!..��������� - __t-i_  G3s_u<-.cvt ������* uivacu i_u.tui_  wucu  he  UU25UC-  sfsrUy ^^d into home in the sixth.  Brogan started in tb do the hurling  but was taken out in the sixth when it  was appatent tha. Bonners was in a fair  way to repeat their assault of the fifth  frame, in which they scored half a dozen  times. Although two runs were scored  off Benedetti before the sixth round  closed, the Wynndeiite's performanoe  was sparkling. "He allowed only three  hits in the almost four rounds that he  worked and had eight strikeouts to is  credit. ~f3t@s&&afe _tron^^_5h^sft_Bed  the withdrawal of Bonners' ^starting  pitcher, who was replaced by Hall in the  eighth.  Creston collected a total of 21 hits; to  Creston  will be  at 11 a.rq., for  Rev. R. E. Cribb of  here on Sunday, 29th,  United Church service.  Miss S. V. G-. Lewis of Kingsgate,  Miss Lillian Lewis and Neil Cameron of  Cranbrook, were weekend visitors at  Lister, guests of Miss Curtis.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Davie and family,  _S-_.  _.__._   _._ T ���������_������.-_ *J     .__    ���������.!._  wiiu_av������ uwu   xjiaitsr  TCSuurxiu.  ._?   vue  past few months, left at the first of the  week for Rossland, where they are to reside in future.  Mrs. W. Kelly and daughter. Jenny*  Elko are visiting with her mother, Mrs.  J. Marshall. y  _ ..-���������..���������.  Mrs. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Fred  Smith of Porthill were visiting Mrs. Dick  Smith last week.       -Y  ' Mrs. Tom Anderson and three children  of Kimberley are visiting Mrs. Dick  Smith. Y  Misses Rosie and Dorothy Seiver of  Spokane are visiting their grandmother,  Mrs. R_ Stewart.  Hugh Taylor is the latest of our residents to join up with the car driving  fraternity. He has just acquired a Ford  from the Premier garage.  For the first time in at least ten years  Alice Sidingr has two pupils writing on  the entrance to high school examinations  at Creston this week. They are Bessie  McDougal! and Esther Smith.  Mr. and Mrs. Perdue of Whitefish,  Montana, are occupying the former  Miller cottage on the Alderson ranch.  Mr. Perdue has just purchased the Kootenay garage at Creston.  _.������  x^r.O_:i_ pu_������u OiitCm  1S������'~*8_>,~������J3^=-  ^1.   Hi _4._���������_������  5 ������=������?������!!  .M_C  ���������. ^^_���������.%.1_     ������������������_s__.yT. ��������� ������  _a,_'w_bwji_   \rXJJAva-i_>u~  tion, getting three doubles, a walk and  arriving safely due to an error on five  appe^a^es1^  showed his oldtime form with the bat  wi^h four hits���������one a double���������on six trips  So the pan. McKelvsy and Boffey connected safely three out of five times at  ;bat.: ���������y":���������"���������:"������������������'������������������":''������������������ ���������."���������''  .Bonners aisp produced some heavy  hitting..yM������_&_ ntiul H. Kent had doubles  to their credit, while Howard annexed a  triple, and Pj-dovan turned in jtwo three-  ply wallops. The defensive play of the  visitor- Was faulty at second base and  shortstop particularly, fumbles in this  territory helping Creston considerably in  blasting out its first victory.   The score:  CRESTON  BONNERS  . *  Romano, cf _. 3  F.Hall, rf.,p .....  _ 1  Telford, rf  3  Melin, cf ..;_...,  *������a  McKeivey, lb��������� 8  Boffey,'If. 3  T Kent,2b..���������   _ 2  Padavon, c   .. a  Watson,'c......��������� 3  Howard* lb   _f2'  Baum ss....���������.... 1  Parent, bs   :/o  Benedetti, 3b.p.. ft  M,Brogan,2b..JJb 0  Lenhart, cf   - 2  H.Kent, flb   ������      -2  J.Brogan, p., 2b.. 1  Harris, p ....  .-.'   1  '17  .'>;  1������  CRESTON... 4 2 10 0 0 5 3 2-  -17  BONNERS.. :.8  1116 8 0 0 1-  -16  last headed west, in quest of employment  for a few months, '.'_"  Lister Trading & Supply Company,  Ltd., have just taken delivery of a part  ear of Ogilvie Milling Company fiour and  feed, which is going into the new warehouse, which is nearing completion.  H, Stuart x>f Clarke & Stuart, Vancouver, and W.-S. Oliver, district JBuper-  intendent of Shell Oil Company, Cranbrook, were business visitors here at the  first of the week. "   ' -  Mrs. Knott, Mrs. Jacks and son.  Eric,  -s?&-������3fiqksK_' victors this week, where the  former is undergoing specialist medical  treagment.H  Alex. Martin Of the Reeves-McDonald  mines staff, Salmo, is spending a few  days here this week, a guest of A. R. F.  Bernard.  Miss Bertha Klein of Nelson is holidaying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Klein.  Rev. Carl Baase of Creston had Lutheran Church service here on Sunday  afternoon. Announcement 1b just made  that the Land Settlement Board has  given the Lutherans three lots on the  townsiter for church and cemetery purposes. . c ���������:...-. ..   . ;-.., ��������� ���������.._  The first burial in the Lutheran cemetery took place on Sunday, when the  remains of thd six months' old daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sommerfeld  was laid to rest, Rev. C Baase officiating';" v <' ',''' >���������"'��������� ;   '���������'���������-���������'Y~  Five tables of players were out for the  final bridge of the season under Com  ihunity Society auBpices, the high score  prizes on the evening's play going to  Mra. Frank Baker and-Charles Huseroft.  Tjhe' prizes to those rnaldtig highest point-  on ih������ season's play went to Miss Cnrtis  and Chas. Huseroft, and second prizes ro  Mrs. Bird and B. R. Bohmer.  Two base hits, Watson 8, Telford, Melin, H. Kent; throo baso hits, McKeivey,  Baum, Howard, Badovan; struck out by  Brogan, 6; Benedetti,8; Harris, 8; bases  . on hall", off Brogan, 8; off Benedetti, 1;  off Hall, 1; loft on bases, Creston 7; Banners D; hits off Brogan. 15; off Benedetti, 8; ofT Harris, 10 off Hall, 5.  Sandpoint will ho   here on Sunday  afternoon, and now that the locals have  Sot their baUilng' togs on ��������� they are due to  repent Inst Sunday's success.' Fortin,  who waa out of Sunday's gnmo duo to a  motor mishap, is hardly likely to be in  the linoup', however.  *  LEAGUE  Cumy^n SSBty  Natda Bamhardt of - Glonlilly, is hero  on n visit with her grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. F.Knott,  Mrs. Woririwouth Is spending tho wnnk  with Fernie friends, and is a guest of hor  cluuclitor, Mru. A Wnlda.       ;j;.  y:^/::  flnhool clowtm for the long; aummcr  vnuntlon today. Up to tho pronont thoro  have been no retriitnutiomi from tho  teaching ettuT,  Mr. nnd Mra. Bob Clayton of Kim-  herJey apont i. few days .here luBt week  Sandpoint  vs. Creuton  at  xhibitioit  Wynndel. Misses Crane, nagen and  Abbott and Melvin Hagen.  Heavy rains at the end of last week  held up shipping, but most of the patches  were cleaned up on Sunday and Monday.  The first carload of berries went out on  Monday.   There was another on Tues-  A. Hagen and G. Fayette, who have  been working at Slocan, returned home  on Monday.  ��������� The Women's Institute dance on Saturday night was the best dance of the  season financially, over $90 being taken  at the door.  ���������v G. W. Taylor, who-is in charge of registering the voters for the Dominion  election completed his work a few days  ago. It is expected the list as finally  revised wiil show about 185 names.  Jas. W iison resumed last week from a  business trip to Cranbrook and Kimberley.   .  . -    ��������� ; ^  ' Mrs. J. Lewis and baby daughter of  Medicine Hat, Alberta, are visiting  with Mr. and Mrs. T. Rogers.  Mr. McCabe of Slocan City was a guest  cf Mr. and Mrs. S. McCabe last week.  Mrs. Z. Geroux, who has been in poo;  health for some time past, has been takes  to Cranbrook hospital for treatment.  Mrs. St.Derinis of Moyie was  a. week.  end visitor here, a guest of Mrs. Fois^.  Grades 8 and 11  All Students in Grades 9 and 10  Graduated���������Usual Large Osss  Writing ������6r Promotion iiito  High School���������9 jElecpmmended  ���������kit.  Xi    ~T^%TU_.������..%Mi ?��������� ���������.-.���������������i'.tt��������� S ^^M_. J|���������._������j  ���������'.fvva__>u_   __ tv^rvHAKJLMJ^  a ���������_V11  *Z4������Jf12t  Mr. R. Treen of   Elko  here at the weekend.  was a visitor  ., Mrs.. Martin^.,aJ^KcMiaa Smith w^e  Greston visitors oif Tuesday:-  Mrs. Chas. Neil, who has been visiting  at her old home in Ottawa and other  eastern cities for the past five months,  returned home on STatumay. -  Miss Nettie McCabe and Bobby were  Elko visitors over the weekend.   v������  Miss Gwen Wilson has finished her  course at the Garbutt business college,  Cranbrook, and has received her diploma.  She returned home on Sunday.  ~*S_L Gillie was   a   Spokane  visitor last  week.  Mrs.. Gillie, who has been visiting with  her parents at' Snmas, Wash,, returned  home on Sunday.  Miss Margaret Rogers, Miss Annie  Pascuzzo and Douglas Cam are at  Wynndel this week, where they are writing on the entrance to high school examinations. ��������� :Y;   ��������� Y ���������'"'.',:   .,'.'  Mrs LeNeve of Vancouver was a visitor at Sirdar a few days last week.  Mrs. Rykert and son, Neil,.)uif New  York, are on an extended visit with the  former's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.  CNeil...'     ��������� ,     " 'y,': ."���������"  in Nelson this week.. ���������  Four Grade. 8, pupils of Kitchener  school were at Creston this week writing  on the entrance to high school examinations. They were Vera McGonegal,  WiUard Blair, Selmer Anderson and Vidian Langlois,  Miss Grace Bumstead, of the high  school teaching staff at Creston, was a  weekend guest - of Mrs. G. A. Hunt,  Mrs. J...E. Hayden, Mrs. W. H. Crawford and Miss Edith Crrwford, all of  Greston,   were   Saturday .visitors  with  'Mrs. D*_8_L    ,. -    -    - - ^ I-    .^ .  ���������   "      ,        '      . ._       -       ������ ?~   "  Miss Beatrice Molander^ who has- been  attending high school at Cranbrook, is  home for the holidays.  G. A. Hunt was a Nelson visitor on  Wednesday last, attending the West  Kootenay Conservative   convention.  MW/m a���������'  awW^at    Itf'lal  _faa_ _itJ.      '  TfywlEE p.m. Prompt  Creaton haa now hit its batting  stride find are due to repeat  last Sunday's win in equally  in equally satiHlactoryfaBhion.  'LET'S GOl   ���������  WymmeS&t  .������.-.������������������ ������������������.' ���������''.        "-^  Misses Marie and Annlo Hook of Spb-  kanewere visitors here last week with  their grandparents, Mri and  Mr������������ J. J������  Grady^ ,-,  Mrs. J. B^ Rudd and son,* Gus, were  auto visitors to Bellvue, Alberta, last  week. "J'Y tt  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri^ Mrs. Ogilvie,  Mrs. Hindley and Mrs. D. Butterfield  were auto visitors at Bonners Ferry last  week. ��������� .  Bears have again boon visiting tho  ranches. Two f nil sized black bears were  Been on tho Towson ranch..  Miss A. Gainoy of Hnrrop Is a visitor  hero, a guest of Mr_. Of neri  T, E. Slingsqy, who hau been working  at Nutul, returned homo last: weak.  Mrs. VanKougnot ofBo-woll was a  visitor horo tho past week, a guest of  Mra. P. Hngon.  Tho K. K. Klubhold a very successful  dance on Thursday, the door receipts  running to $40  School closed for the nummer vacation  on Monday.  Students writing- on entrance to high  nchool examinations commenced work on  Tuesday.   Four puplla ore writing from  JErlcfc&Gn  Mr. and Mrs. Clements were motor  visitors at Kitchener lait week.  The Messrs. Dougdale of Bellvue,  Alberta, were motor visitors here over  the week end. "  Mr. Fred Browhrigg of Yahk was an  Erickson visitor last week, a guest of his  daughter, Mrs. V. MawsonY ���������  The residence of John Hall is greatly  improved, the painters having" been busy  on it the past few days*  ,  Robert and Alvin McMaster of Sno-  qulme, Wash., are visitors here at present  with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.  McMaster. ,-  Porley Putnam, who is working with  Frank Staples at his sawmill at Inver-  GRAND THEATRE - n-ron  FR1.-S/ST., ilUSE & S mJL0  ',t," !',"; ......nn.!.:..,.. ii '    .Hi ^   The Smash Hit!  A Picturization of tho  Klondike Gold Rush  packed with  .ADVENTURE  ROMANCE  COMEDY  THRILLS  CLARENCE BROWN'S  production of  ROBERT W, SERVICE'S  The usual term-end examinations have  concluded in connsctson with Grades 9,  10 and 11 at Creston high school. ��������� This  year's showing is better than in the past  in that atl the students in Grades 9 and  10 are graduated either by getting a pass  on recommendation or by passing the  school examinations. For promotion to  Grade 12 ail students are compelled to-  write on the papers submitted by the  education department. There are 31  writing on all subjects. The* candidates  in each grade are as follows:  Promoted from Grade 9 to Grade 10:  Recommended (in order of merit)���������Frank  Morrow and Fay Tompkins equal; Her-  bar Dodd, Minnie Downs,, Madeline  Moore, Jack Young, Dorothy Marshall,  Roland Miller equal; Marjorie I_ear-  month and Betty Speers equal; __tsa  Willis, Iris Taylor. Passed by ;examin-  ation (in order of merit)���������Earl Christie,  Muriel Thurston, Dennis Busily Frances  M- tewis= Sldnev Scott. Arthur Hiehols.  Robert Hate. On trial-r-Frances Lewis,  Svelyn Linn, Harold Beninger.  Y Promoted from Grade 10 to Grade 11:  Kepommended {in order of merit)~I_u_-  iah Trevelyan, Herbert Couling, Joan  Hilton, Andrew Miller, Dorothea Spratt.  Passed by examination (in order of merit)  ���������Tom Crawford, Dora Nickel; Raymond  Martin, Ruth Cartwright. On trial���������  Stanley Sanford, Fred Alderson.  Writing departments! exams, for promotion to Grade 12���������Gweedo Benedetti,  Frank Crawford, Alex. Henderson., Lyle  Kempr Adapswt^ Jea������. McGreath* Mary  Resits; __Car_e_bi~Sa_iford, - Claude Simpson, Aileen Snratt, Gwen Webster.  Partial���������Eric Martin,Harry MiUer, Percy  Robinson, Clara Hunt, Adam Robertson.  Miss Meldrum is presiding over the  high school students, who will complete  their work today.  The departmental Grade o, or more  familiarly known entrance to high school,  e laminations at Creston centre concluded  yesterday afternoon. 25 students from  schools at Alice Siding, Creston, West  Creston, Erickson; Canyon, Huseroft  wrote on these exams, in addition to  which nine others from Creston were  passed on recommendation. In addition  to these schpo a four from Wynndel land  a like number from Sirdar1 wrote at  Wynndel, and all of them will anxiously  await the end of July when the namea of  the successful students will be announced. Miss Wade officiated as presiding  examiner at Creston.   Those writing are:  ALICE SIDING���������Bessie McDougall,  Esther Smith.  ��������� CANYON    CITY^-Helen     Browell,  Anniq. Gartland,   Bessie  Hurl,   Agnes  Johnson, Alice Wesllng.  CRESTON���������Hubert Beninger, Jay  Bliss, Jack Johnston, Frances Moore,  Kate Payne, Arthur Speers.  Passed on recommendation���������Dorothea,  McDonald, Velma Rentz, Edith Rente,  Allan Speers, Margaret Stapleton, Norma  Marshall, Reetbi Phillips, Jack Payne,  Tony Morabito.  WEST CRESTON*iDorothy Sinclair-  Smith. . ���������.������������������:(  '���������  ERICKSON���������Eleanor Blair, Kathleen  Bundy, Sadie Fros;r, Maurice Kelsey,  Lucille Murphy, Roy, Penson, Alex,  Telford.  HUSCROFT���������Minnie Huseroft.  KITCHENER-Solmer Andereori, Wll-  Inrd Blnlr, Vivian Lnnclois, Vera Me-  Gonegal.  There ore two features to the list. For  tho first time In a dozen years Alice Siding supplies two students, and for the  flrst time since 1020 there are none writ  \ n g from Cnmp Lister.  iiTDJllg HE 'OH  witli  a  DOLORES DEL RIO  RALPH FORBES  KARL KANE  Meffalar Prices I  H  vermcfiv, w������h u visitor nt his homo here-  a few days lost week.  Mr. and Mra. J, Murphy were motor  visitors at Yakh last woolc.  you BALE���������Democrat, in goodehapo,  going cheap.   Albert fttownrt, Creaton.  FOR SALE���������Limited quantity ofyear-  old Wi lite Loghornn at 76c. each. Also  some White Wyandottco nnd Light Sua*  no*, nt 85c.   Jolin B. Johnson, Wynndel.  LAND FOR SALE-S30 acrne of improved land, bulldlnijo, and plenty of  w_ilui', w^j*;u Com' L>iicu o������ m4<i>4i>vw>ui)_uiiujl. i_.  NOIJGUIER, Canyon.  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  mmixt&m.  tmmmm  _y__  jf*fflW������!($"������^^ 1IKE   REVTEW,   GHEPTOIsr.   B.   C.  WAS WIDELY .KNOW-?  *Fi������������sfe ������_?������ag& f l&g gardens*  Tlie ProWem Of Markets  r*  ��������� *y,  It may be poor consolation, to the wheat producers of Western Canada,  Who are In. a quandary over the problem of selling their product in the  markets of tlie world at a price which, will yield to them a reasonable |  profit over the cost of production, to learn that they are by no means the j  only producers of a commodity used throughout the world who find themselves in difficulty of a like kind. And because the producers of these  primary commodities are experiencing: difficulty in. finding" markets, the  makers of secondary and manufactured articles are also feeling the pinch,  and find themselves overstocked with goods which they cannot at tho  moment sell.  The situation which exists is not one that affects Canada alone, or any \  ���������one commodity alone, but the whole world. It is a problem of over-production in the majority of cases. It affects not only the primary producers in all  countries, and the manufacturers, but it reacts adversely upon every class of  business and ever)- individual. Because there is a glut ot primary products  the transportation companies are losing business, and in turn they are  employing fewer men in their manifold departments. Merchants require less  help because less goods are "being sold, office staffs are reduced, and the  resultant shortage of money and of buying pu'ver aa the part of everyboody  has slowed up or put a temporary stop to ���������ta".aiding construction activities.  No country in tlie world is immune from this present condition. It is  world wide, hut, fortunately. Canada is less seriously affected than any  other of the great trading countries of the world.  While Canada's problem is wheal. Brazil's is coffee. While other countries grow coffee, notably Java and Arabia,  Brazil is the great source of  TheLate Vt Sj Trautmnit  Her Tfiriee Children  mmiSi  ���������;W8\  \m  ici WW _ _tUB7cff  BsBJIWSJ _fj_S_F  Mrs. Loo i-apointft,- Laarkny Man., writes:���������;"My'   .  . ihros youngest cMldsrca "were Very "bad "vriih. diarrhom.  jC rt.i*d .all. kititfa of remedies^ "until 'a!.- kind old lady  ��������� Cbid"rSnap- ity!tiy:tyv^&0r*OT,a-,'BxtTa.Qt' of Wild Straw-  .b$rrV������\ 3" g������t '������^hoUl_Yright; :������T?ayand .'star ted -giving -,  It"tor^tlioni^ and' thaiinext -day  tho diarrhcea  had  iiWj>p_'fl a_tdge'th'.rt'.YKc'wL.I will know what to da  .wiion- any   o* ."say.-. eh'l-ron   arc; troubled , that" way  nj,'������in."  On tho market for tho past 85 years; put up oaiy \  hy-.Thu T, MUburn Co., Ltd., Toronto, Oat.  supply. It has been steadily increasing production, as have other countries,  growing more coffee than the world could consume. In order to prevent  prices: failing- to a ruinous figure below actual cost, Brazilian Governments  bougnt up the surplus and kept it off the market, to he released in years of  a. short crop. The result is Brazil now hias sufficient coffee on hand to meet.  total world requirements for two jrears, with another big crop coming  on. The financial strain has proven too- greatr and that country is now-  endeavoring to float a huge loan, $100,000,000 or more, at a high, rate of  interest, and in doing so has given a pledge it will buy no more coffee, and  will liquidate its present enormous holdings within ten years.  Sugar is in much the same position as coffee. In 1926-27 world production of sugar was placed at 23,750,000 tons, or about 300,000 tons less than  consumption. The following year production exceeded consumption slightly,  but in 1928-29 production jumped to over 27,000,000 tons, or far in excess  of world requirements, while this year's estimates indicate a still greater  production.  Cotton, too, joins the procession. In the last five years the United  States produced on the average -40% anore cotton than the average for the  preceding ten years. The average for the ten-year period ending 1925,  was about 11,000,000 bales; in 19-26, about 18,000,000 hales were produced.  Texas, formerly a great cattle ranching state, is now the greatest cotton  producer among the states. Oklahoma is also going in strongly for cotton,  and both states are using machinery, as against the old hand picking  system, with a result similar to the revolution in wheat production through  the introduction of the combine. One Texas farmer harvested 1,700 bales of  cotton with five laborers, whereas under the system in the old cotton growing states 100 workers would have been required to plant and cultivate and 1 pale  200 more to pick the crop by hand. It 5s estimated that Texas alone could  produce twice as much cotton as present world needs.  Rubber, copper, tin, zinc, silk, and other basic commodities are all in  the some class, production out-stripping consumption, the increase in the  latter not nearly equalling the increase fh the former, and in regard to-  some commodities, silver for example, actually declining.  Coupled with this situation was the huge withdrawal of money and  credit into the speculative stock market during the past two years, ending  tn the crash, of some months ago. The effect was that farmers were deprived  of their usual credit facilities, and this reacted unfavorably upon their retail  purchasing, which, in turn, reacted upon consumption, consumption on  manufacturing,   manufacturing  on  labor,   and labor   on   consumption   .All  business slowed up.  In the case   of   Malay   rubber,   Cuba   sugar,   Brazil   coffee,   the   idea  Death took a colorful figure froni  the railway and newspaper worlds of  Canada recently) when'-A __> Traut-  man,''$__��������� many years presM representative for the Canadian Pacific Rall^  way* western lines, and dean of western publicity men. succumbed to a  short Illness in Misericordia Hospital,  Wlnnipegt "F.E/% as he was familiar���������=  ly known in hundreds', of newspaper  of&ces throughout Canada and the  United States, wad in hts 67th year*  He leaves a widaw and one young  daughter, June-.  After a long and varied journalistic career in the eastern states, Chl-  | cago and Canada) in which he filled  i every position from one at the compositor's case to the editorial chair,  _eLr������ Trautman joined tlie Canadian  Pacific'Railway In Winnipeg* In 1912,  under Sir George Bury, who was then  vice-president, and inaugurated the  firs,t railway press bureau here.  Under a deliberately gruff exterior,  the veteran press representative carried a remarkable fellow feeling for  the young newspapermen, and many  contemporary figures of note in the  fourth estate owe their start or their  success to his advice and help. It ts  partly on this account that few Cana-'  dtan Journalists were so - widely  known and admired.  Mr. Trautm&n was married to Miss  Kathryn M. Ross7 who survives, and  who was at the bedside during his  last illness.  Women Who Work  Modern Devices Have Not Altogether  Eliminated Work In tho Home  By aomo persona, whose; knowledge  of housewives la limited those important members of society are supposed to have been relieved of the  necessity of doing any physical work.  Excessive feminine Indulgence in  amusements is assumed ; to be the  sorry result.  Systematic inquiry shows a very  different state . of things. The  bureau of home economics In the  Federal -department of Agriculture  reports that in country districts and  in cities of less than 50,000 population, women work in their homes  considerably over forty-two h.ours  a week, while the- average among  thousands of women questioned is  nfty-.one hours a week.  Plainly, vacuum cleaners, electric  washing machines, telephones., canned goods, delivery service and all  the rest of the time saving and  ta*.or~saving devices have not re~  duced the housewife to demoralizing  idleness. She is not yet threatened  with ennui. There is no great  danger of her finding too much  leisure on her hands. Worry over  her mental and moral condition, in  her supposed state of freedom from  toil is, to say the least, premature.���������  Chicago News.  Remaining In Canada  Scientifically Trained .Men Not leaving la Such large Numbers  A radical decrease in the number  of scientifically trained men who find  it necessary to leave .panada for employment was cited by Rev. Dr. H.  J. Cody, chairman of the hoard of  governors of the i University of Toronto, in an address to the Canadian  Manufacturers' Association there.  Dr. Cody spoke of the work of the  Technical Service Council, "an organization founded in 1927. During the  past year, 1,000 applications for  trained men had been received, and  550 graduates had been placed in key  positions in Canada. Since 1925 the  percentage of the graduating class  of Toronto "University leaving the  country had been reduced from 27 to  3 percent.  Stop   ike   Gjough.   .���������  Coughing   is  caused by irritation in the respiratory  passages and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that come from inflammation of the mucous membrane.  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie  Gil will allay the inflammation and in  consequence the cough will usually  stop. Try it and you will be satisfied.  .British Stock For Canada  Xf this __n_p������fr_' is to reiftiain b- KH-  tish Empire and its practice and it*  institutions are to remain British.  the British, stock must be increased  Relieve* Asthma' At Once.    If you !.to keeP *>ace **tJl other stock wMch  could read the thousands of unsolicit- ������1a flowing into the vacant spaces. So  far as Canada is concerned there are  DO YOU VALUE  YOUR HEALTH?  If your health is poor; If you are  nervous and easily tired! if  you suffer from headaches and  backaches; if your digestion 3s bad  you may depend upon it that these  symptoms come from an impoverished state of the blood. That unless  this condition Is remedied a. complete  breakdown may follow, T)r. Williams.' Pink Pills are a perfect medicine for any one in this condition.  They enrich and purify the blood  and thus promote health and  strength.  Mrs. G. M. Andrews, Halifax, N.St.  ed letters received by the makers  from grateful users you, too, would  realize the remarkable powers of Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. AH  cases, incipient and chronic, are  benefited by this great family remedy.  Why suffer or experiment, with worthless preparations wh-en^tne. genuine  Kellogg's can be purchased everywhere.  two ways of doing this���������-hy assimilation and by the injection of new British stock. Both processes should be  worked simultaneously:   -   ....:;'  Solved His Problem  A   visitor   from   Aberdeen    at   a  Liverpool hotel   inquired   about    the j  board charges.    The    figures    being \  rather high, Sandy exclaimed: ''How j  much  do   you   charge for  garaging  my car?"    No charge-^whatever," he  was    told.      "Well,    then,"    decided  Sandy.   "I-will  sleep in ray  car tonight."  The Phillippines  chain of hotels.  Falling Hair  Use Minard's before it's too  late. It checks falling hair  and stimulates new growth, as  well. Apply persistently - to  scalp four times a week.  writes:���������"'_ always keep Dr. Williams1  Pink Pills in the house, When I was  a young, anaemic girl "they completely restored my health.      After mar-  prevalent was that control  of  distritRition was  the  same as  control  of | riago my health broke down and once  production.    As  one   writer   says,   there   could   be   no   greater   mistake. ' moro these pills brought xne back to  Production is controlled by the direction and energy .of human activity aided  or retarded by forces of nature. Prices, are arrived at by the rel.ationHh.lip  between supply and demand. If demand is greater than supply prices rise.  If supply Is greater than demand they fali.  In Canada, the source of national prosperity, it is now admitted, lies in  the wheat crops of tho West. World wheat production is steadily, even  rapidly, increasing. The biggest 'problem, therefore, confronting Canada  today, is to find, a profitable, permanent market fon its wheat. To tho solution of that problem every Government, two Wheat Pools, farmers* organisations, manufacturers, merchants, citizens generally, must bend their energies  and to it devote their best, most constructive thought,  **   ������   %  ForTkrouM?*!  .flue to Acta.  INDIOBOTI-N  ACID UTOM ACM  HKA*T������U������W������  MRAI3ACMK  a*s___���������������__l'_-~_  Reduce  m*r .Jl...,_... ^km*r-       . ___��������� , JBu ^mm** JBL  health. My friends all tell mo how  well I look and for this Dr. Williams'  Pink Plllh deserve all credit."  You can get these pills at nil  medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cents n. box from The Dr. Williams.'  Medicine Co., Broclcville,  Ont.  Hick stomachs, sour stomach.1 and  Indlgitstion usually moan ex-coas acid.  Tho stomach nerves aro ovor-attmu-  latcd. Too mucin acid wukmu tuto atom-  Mnh and Intent!noa sour.  Alkali fcllln acid Instantly. Tho host  form iii Phillips" Milk of MajrneaJa, bo-  eaiiHo ono httrmlosn, tastoloBB do_o  ���������ttuutmlUou many tJmca Jta volume in  acid, filnco lt������ Invention, 50 yenra arco.  St haa remained tho otundard with  gdiyaicluu- overywuer*  Talco a spoonful in water and your  unhappy condition will probably end  in. ilvQ mtnutos, Then you will aJwmya  tmow what to do. arjwdo and harmful  mivthoda will novor appeal to you. do  provo thiu for your own w������lu>, II may  savo a groat many dlraagrooablo hoturct,  Bo Eiuro to ffot tho gonulno Phllllpa'  M1lk of MnfyrnviilKH prnwrMMirl by ph^/nJ.  claws far 50 y���������anii in corrflctinK ������xa<ann  aclri.i. Hiaoftt bottlo contains full dlrec*  | UoiiiB���������aoy drutf-toro.  KyorytlilnK Swttelnl  A special carpet in two whaden of  pink was (woven for the Juno wedding  of Misa Gaaquofc, heiress oC tho Wool-  worth millions. A garde aor grow  rosoH of the same shade as her dress,  and'a designer specially situ died Miss  QascmoL, in order to "absorb her por-  Honality," before designing hor wedding dross.  ' !.''���������'''*.''���������  .  Douglas-' Egyptian. T_in3raent in a  quick, certain re^nedy toy Hoof; Rot,  or Thrush,   J^otir or .'Ave'-applications  aro usually enough. "   ��������� '  '(.      i  ; '.'���������' ������������������*"!'i���������f������������������   ']    ���������  All BrancUioft KopreHivnted  All branches of organ la od activity  in the Province of Manitoba were  ropronented al; a meeting In Winm-  1>O0", when plans for Manitoba'^ diamond jubilee celebration on July 15fth  wore launched, Tho celebration will  commemorate tho Both annlvorsary of  tho province'a entry into oonfodotation,  CVUuarti'is DrlvoKt Away tlie, I.muHuolUo.   w. "*3sr..'"'tr.  .iMa" "���������  m  Waaiern Hepretmtatfocs:  MUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASKU W &4������-v-r;������,,iT*������v :"*' i.;  :;<?>yyyi  7TIIE   REVIEW,   GRESTON   B.   C.  ��������� - >������������������  Yr  t->  war  X*-  'ay  OrilSH  *g|||  ates  ASCESTDS THRONE  N0T���������0NFERWIH  __ondon, I&gland.^-It is" und_rdtood  ,that' ."lit, ..Hon.': Stanley) Baldw^^CSgra^'  servative leader, has...jaje'citn^-.-toYac-:  ;.������fept- the: invitation of. Prime-Minister:  '���������ItajMsay-'MacDoriaJid -to parUcipate -in-  a conference of the three party leaders on 'the .emergency problem of unemployment.' "- ; ' Y '-  Mr. Baldwin's reply was sent to  the Prime Minister alter consultation  with leading Conservatives.'     ���������./  These advisers'- it "is SPJd;, took this  view' that Conservative abstention  from the conference would .not prevent the Government from introducing to the House of Commonsany  measures they might evolve to meet,  the'critical' situation. The Conserva.-  tives pointed out that these measures,  should they win the support, of the  lit. Hon. David Lloyd George and  his Liberal followers, Mr. Lloyd  George having pledged co-operation  in any "e-ound and effective" legislation, would be passed by the House.  The Conse natives feel the present  Government is incapable of dealing  with unemployment and resent Mr.  MacDonakTs refusal to allow the opposition, access to official data on  the present condition of trade, industry and unemployment. With in- t p^- ton to be paid by the  sufficient, material to go upon, the | Jg expected to _emove the advantage  Conservative chieftain'submitted, the j-^^yed' by United States' mines over  thoStO in Saskatchewan in the way of  Oovernmch To Assist In  Shipments  :'V;\';;Y:-Y ������������������. Of:LigrdteYGoal.;;''  ' Ottawa^ Ont.���������The -Dominion gov-  .ernnient. will pay 50 cents per' ton of  ;t_Ji'e;i&eig_it;ratcSr?n'-__U  ;lighltc :':cba!'.4'isMipped'���������" into;C;''Manit^a'  ���������; during������-the_'!Jaext'- year^ ^cording ,to"  an  order-in-councii made  public  by  "Kon.:;;G_tax"lo_;.-Stewart,;: Minister'of Ih-;  :';i___6tV --"',*. Aiibther '"' brd_r-ra-gb;uhcil  provided.the payment by the government of'one-eighth of a cent per ton  on all shipments into Manitoba of  coal mined in Alberta or in the  Crow's Nest Pass district of British  Columbia.  _._������������. 5p���������_*al ra__s are _m_s. into e_-  fect. from June 1, 1S30, to May 31,  1931. They are to apply to all coal  used fot .industrial purposes, but  not when the coal is for use on railway locomotives or for domestic fuel.  The order-in-couhcil respecting A!-'  berta and British Columbia coal supersedes another order-in-council  passed a week ago which; provided  assistance of one-fifth .of a cent per  ton per mile for coal from the  Crow's Nest Pass area and the bituminous areas of Alberta. The new  order extends the favored area to the  ���������whole   province   of Alberta and   the j  ; rate   is .altered   to   one-eighth,   of   a \ Well  -cent.  Officials  of    the     Dominion  i Board   explained   that   the   50  Latest picture of Prince Carol of  Roumania, who has ascended the  throne of Roumania.  Storm Creates Panic  At Ascot lace Meet  lutnber ShiprnescsBelayed  Cars Of Canadian. Xuanber Aro Held  Up At Border On Account Of  '������������������ '.���������-.  J.  ���������'.;���������������������������'';���������'-New-Tariff. .  North   Portel.Y Sask.;���������The.   new  UidtedfStates' tariff -how 3n   effect,  haisTresttlted--in' -a^number.: of'c'a_rs.-.''of;  C������iaa^^,'Iijmber':;'._!ei3^'' h%ld .'"on,; the/  Canadian Cistde' .of :rj^/ibprder;j pending:  ..i&e-rec_lpfc;_rom^  ed' States- customs -brokers- of, ipnpre explicit;, i-tfbrinatioit; ;ajR^^o; /the' 'applica-1  tion of the new- ���������" fcariff.'. Heretofore  Canadian lumber of every description  was admitted free, but under the new  tariff countervailing duties will apply,  the Canadian rate on finiahed lumber  being  25 per. cent.; and  rough  lumber free.      Difficulty arises from invoices xnereiy atatiiig so ii������s_iy chou-  sand feet of "lumber," with no distinction as to whether   -finished    or  rough. '  Reduction on autos to 10 per cent,  from: the.. previops countervailing  rates of 20 and 27% per cent, will  have little local application, and will  only affect used cars, as no new  Cars are imported from Canada. Increases on oats, corn, butter, eggs  and shoes, are also immaterial, as  these articles are not imported from  Canada.  Fuel  cents  government  party could not promulgate any constructive action, as it would like to  do. but must be merely a rubber-  stamp ' for the Labor. Government's  plans.  Sir Austen Chamberlain opened the  Conservative attack. He twitted Mr.  Lloyd George for his recent "wooing" r of Mr. MacDonald. "But the  Prime Minister," Sir Austen added,  "has been rather coy."  "The leader of the Liberal Party"  Sir Austen exclaimed, "'has shown a  desire to share-the power of the government without a readiness to accept the responsibility, while the  Prime. Minister ^wants to share the  responsibility'' and still retain the  ��������� power." ': yy Y-v--: :-���������;.- y:.-  Tfae Conservative. speaker charged the government was barren of a  policy regarding unemployment "and  barren of a poliey on Empire trade.  Yet the Dominions���������the latest example came from Canada':. ��������� had  ahown that in cases where they could  mot-nil thetr own needs, they would  rather buy from Britain than frpm  the outsidei-world;        v*.   .  freight rates. Coal from over the  border could be carried to the  ..Tanitoba border cheaply, it was stated, on account of the* water route between Lake Erie and the head of the  lakes.  In the same way the assistance being   given  to   Britssh   Columbia   and  Known   Bookmaker   Killed   By  Bolt Of Lightning  Ascot, JSng.���������Panic swept through  the throngs of Ascot race meeting  when a    sudden,    terrific     electrical  Hoover Halts Soviet Plan  Negotiations For   Building   Bombing  'Planes Are Stopped  Baltimore. ��������� Negotiations between  storm broke over the. enclosures and l *������* Soviet Government and the Glenn  a bolt of lightning struck and killed ; L- Martin Company, of Baltimore.  Walter Holbein, well-known north of [ toe the manufacture of 20 twin-en-  England bookmaker, in Tattersall's '.'-Tine bombing 'planes at a cost of ap-  betting ring only a few yards away ] proximately $2,000,000 have just been  from,the King and Queen and their j halted by the Hoover administration,  royal guests. i according to a despatch from Wash-  Society women,  caught in a  tush 1 ington.  for shelter when a deluge descended I   " "In vicw of ***& precarious situa-  Alberta -cu_l  is  expected   to   remove ; feet,  obstacles to its use Iri Manitoba.  upon the throng, were-thrown _o the  muddy ground and    trampled   under  Plans May Be Changed  *  Hats were knocked off, parasols  were lost and some of the women  arrived  at the stands without their  had   been  the   mud  left be-  or  Op  ening Campaign In  B.C Oii July Fourth  R-101 Likely ,To Make _."rfp  Canada instead Of-R-100  Ottawa, Ont.-���������Cables from London,  4 England, intimating that the trip  from Britain to Canada would be  made by the - dirigible R-I0I instead  of by the R-100 as was previously  planned, has not been officially  confirmed by the Department of  National Defence which, has the  Canadian end off the arrangement  of the trip in hand. However, local  air circles would not be. surprised' if  the switch, from one-of the big ships  to the other were made. Unofficial reports arriving hero from England recently have rather favored the R-101.  t slippers,   which  i hind,   stuck   in  To | from their feet.  The King ... and. Queen, accompanied by the Prince of "Wales.and  escorted by many.-;, of their guests  at Windsor Castle, had arrived in  motor, cars and were in the, royal box  when thcstoim occurred  tion existing just across the Russian  border in    Afghanistan    and    India,  Where    British:  bombing rebels,  "and also in view of the somewhat*  strained political situation along the  Polish border, it is believed in some  torn' Quarters that the Hoover action was  motivated by a desire ndt to place  valuable war weapons in the hands  of the Soviet Government."  REACTION TO THE  NEW TARIFF LAW  PASSED M U. i  Ott&ym. pxit.~^The sighing- of th������  new^Hawiey-Smobt Y tariff., "bill ,.by^.  President Hoover,    in    Washington,  automatically brings into effect some  .  twelve changes in the Canadian tariff  as against United States. These are  the itefas^ containing  provisions  for  countervailing duties    brought    into  effect in tho __cn_inlo_t budget of May  1 last. Some twenty items    in    the  Canadian tariff contain the countervailing"   provisions-    comprising      1ft  commodities.    All  of these  are  not  further changed by the new U.S. i>ill  as in some cases the new U.S. rate is  the same as under the Fordney traiff.  Tne principle of the countervailing  duties Is that the Canadian tariff will  be as high on the particular article  -coming from another country as the  rate that country levies against the  same commodity entering from Canada.  While  the  countervailing tariff  in this country does not specify United States, the    interchange   of    the  same kind of goods between Canada  and that country   is   _auci_   greater  than, between Canada and any other  _*-_*_.-__..  One of the most important changes  with, the bringing into effect of the  Hawlcy-Smoot tariff and the consequent applications of the countervailing tariff by Canada, will be its effect  on potatoes. -Canada shipped to the  United States for the fiscal year ended March 31 last, potatoes to the  value of ������1,173,179. Potatoes went to  United States from Canada.under a  tariff of 50c, per cwt. last year, and  U.S. potatoes came into Canada free.  Under the   new   tariffs   the   barrier  s  Effect Of Crisis la UiL  Premier King Will Hold First Meeting At Revelstoke ���������  Vancouver, B.C.���������Senator J. H.  King announced here that Prime Minister Mackenzie King will open his  election campaign meetings in British  Columbia on. Friday,��������� July 4, when he  will speak at Revelstoke on his way  to the PaciSlc coast. The prime minister will arrive in Vancouver on truly  6, and proceed to Victoria where he  will addscBH the electorate- on Monday evening, July 7. On July 8 he  will speak in Vancouver, and on  Wednesday, July 13, in Kamlcops.  Chicago Gang Rule  Will Malici'Thorough' Inverttigntlou Of  Police department  Chicago, JH,~~A thorough Investigation of tho. Cld-ago police department and ita failure to cope with the  rule of ��������� gangsterfi whs. ordered by the  el'ty" council ������t itfl first session-since  the aasaflnEnntion of Alfred "Jriiso"  Llnglo, Tribune reporter,' nine days  nfi'r)., to focus attention on ou'lmo,  Mayor William Halo Thompson Announced that John. H, ������������������ Altic)ck, the  'Mron-'innian.'/.'.of tlijj f.ok'oo, would...remain at tlio-' helm of the police"de-  E������tfrtment indefinitely,  ���������  Convention Date Changed  Canadian <Jood RnadH Association  Meets In Quebec In September.  Montreal* Quebec.-���������Dates of tho  annual convention of the Canadian  Good Roads Association, to'bc held in  Quebec, have been changed to September 16, 17 and 18. In announcing  the' change, George A. Mcljramee, secretary of the association, stated that  ���������tho Province of Quebec, through Hon.  J, E, Perrault, K.C., Minister of  Highways, is anxious that tlie visiting delegates should see the pictur-  esQUo Gaspe Peninsula, in all tho  glory of Its fall coloring, by tho now  highway. ' \  Conamunr.st Papers Refer  To Econc>  mic Conditions In America  Moscow^.,  Russia. ���������    Communist  newspapers declared that the-.United  Predicts  Russian   Commissioner   Delivers.  His  Periodic WarnSng Of Outbreak  Moscow, Russia,���������-Clement.Voroshir  lov, coniinlssar of war, haa dellveredl  one of his periodic ^yarninga; of the  outbreak of another great war. -  He said that the United States,  Japan, Great Britain.and'Fr-asee--.this  States was paving one of the worst j year would spend 5,700,000,000  gold  economic crises in its history.  Fravda,-one pf ��������� the< organs of the.  Communist party, said th.e latest  Wall Street slump' was merely a  prelude to a more destructive and  clangerouH drop.  "America's general industrial j  crisis," said the newspaper, "has j  been followed by an agricultural  crisis of unprecedented depth and  acutcnoss which sharply decreases  the- purchasing power of the farm-  era. The danger of a new war  among tlie imperialistic countries,  and especially against the Soviet  Union, assumes a greater reality than  ever.  Enter Red-Hot Fire Box  ^M^mmm&wm  mtwm*  M ISxeiiW^,From Ineeme Tax  London,    TOnglnnd,���������Conoular   employees and other,"'ollleinl. repvoBOntn,-  t1von of f������rol8:n'^f>v.wirnmewta'la 0.resit'  Britain.','^vlli' continuo, sto j.ho-;oxornpi-;  from Bri tSwi. incomo twx,; acqdrdiwg' ,tc  % financa hill provision which panned  tho committee ntngo 'of the Houbo of  UoniiMOww rV-eewtly.   ,'���������       '���������'���������'''-' ������������������  ,W.    V!..   TL     lfl4������  Storms Damage French Crops  Cutil^ KUWil ������y l.lt-htulnff mul Small  . ,,;,        Animals Drowned  .. Paris, '���������' Fraxide'. ���������.'.'Storms' , which  raged for several days ovor widely  neat tor ed parts of FVanco ^aevered  highways and railroad communications, wrecked homoa and clnmagod  arops. :������������������  Lightnlnfif.; killed ; cattle, and flood  -waters "drowned orrmHov n,nimnlH ifi  the .Burgundy and -V\ivorgne regions  antl north of PaiiH. . Crop damage  Ih reported to bo heavy,  SuccoedHXato,]Denvi Slulherford  '. , BttHkatoon, S,ask,���������profpsaov.'A, M.  Shaw,; liead.| of ''tho Animal MiiRhrnMlrjr  'Department' n,t the TJnlvera'i|ty of Sno-  ka:'j;e^e^an,:,h(i,Ei'. bo-on, appoi������tod 'Idocin  of,'the''GoiipiteXot Agricu).tii.e::ln, n������c-'  ^������MH^t,������u,.,L'uj;S>MiiLu i'W. - J, Rulhwr.ford,:  who' died three w������pi������i aK������, it litis  boon-anuouncecl hy.Dr. W, C. Murray,  pi.citltfcnt of thy univorulty.  both ways will he 75 cents per hun-  'planes    have    been | dred pounds.  says the despatch, i     Oats, cattle, meats, eggs and taut-  ' ter are also greatly affected "by the  new tariff wall.  A new tariff law was put into effect by the United States recently and  international reaction to it was reflected in actual retaliation in kind  by one government, consideration by  two ethers of "measures of reprisal  and condemnation from the press of  several nations.  Automatically with the effectiveness of the 1.122 rates schedules contained in the Hawley-Smoot tariff  bill, Canada's countervailing duties  became operative, placing higher*  duties on.a^ dozen o__n_nodities imported from, the United States.  These duties, which were included  in that goyem-aeafs.-- May 1-budget,'  are applied oh the principle that "the  Canadian tariff shall be as high on  certain articles coming from, other  countries as the rates those countries levy against the same commodities from Canada.  Tlie Belgian cabinet discussed the  new law and then decided that any  retaliatory measures should ^ await  conferences with .other European  countries; "the Spanish government  studied requests that it break the  existing modus vlvendi with the  United States ns a protest.  In Havana, tho newspaper El  Mundo, attacking the new tariff law  as unjust, says it will destroy the  friendship between Cuba and the  United States.  The Parla Petit Bleu advocates  boycotting of United States products  In France.  II Tcver, of Rome, said the tariff  'flFt-th* i������mmn,t������i> rrmnlf**itntlor������ of th*  economic imperialism of tho United  States."  rubles (abou t $2, 8D . ,000,000) on  armaments compared to only 2,900,-  000,000 in 1913, and he  interpreted  that as indicating clearly that those  countries are    preparing    intensively  and rapidly for war.  Crowd Welcomes Bennett  Vancouver, B.C.���������-With banners of  welcome to Hon. R. B. Bennett, as  a "Statesman With a Canada Policy,"  and with flags bearing the election  pledges of the party, tho Conservative rally opened recently, at the auditorium. The meeting was probably  the largest in the election campaign  of the Opposition chieftain.  643  ; iinv.r;  A remarkable example of bravery and quick thinking; han booh' rewarded recently In the citation of iptiglncor H< J. Storey, B-ookmore, blc. (loft),  and Firowan A, Fulkerson, Pentieton, for 10 merit marks, Canadian pacific  Railway recognition of conspicuous merit.     ''*"   ���������  ���������'' ' Th-Ho two. men white'-driving"engine No. ,&70 at Uo\w, r������,C," -fltmeX'  ���������grates diwlodgcd from the1 grate carrier. Though the engine waa under a full  head of stoum, thoy dumped tho Are ami lulclhjr' twrnai In the tatik entered  the red-hot ttro box and worked until fcliey replaced the gfratcw ami connoct-  ed up all operating" rodpj. Only a few Inches from: tlio searching ulcles of the  : firebox, they found the heat Interne and ono man, would 'replace' tha ''other  after a minuto*H work, Thoy brought thoir train to dostlnatlon only u few  minuter) behind scheduled, time, wavlncr **> Hftrlouw delay.  Was Promtnont OraJn Man  Montreal, Quo.-���������A. P..Stuart, president of tho British   Empire    Grain  Compn-ny, and a member of 'tlie'Montreal Com Exchange, died here re-1  bbntly; aged SO.. Mr;, Stuart was born"  in Plymouth, Englandp and came to  Canada In 1870, to become, a private  banker in Deloralne, Manitoba. I_ator  ho outorbd tho grain business in Winnipeg, moving   eventually   to   New  Vork, Tjondon, Rnglnnd, and finally to  Montreal, He In purvlvod by his widow, one won and throo daughtera  Rawkateliewan Hlghwiiyd  ���������BaHkatoon, flask,���������-Before th������i anow  fllea ngala, the provincial highways  dbpartment OKpecta to havo completed and in full iwie, gravel roadway*  from XAoydmimlav (via S������*iliatoon" Uh  -forlribn, and frbni Moobo Jaw, via  Oiln city, to Prince Albert National,  Park '    '-. "  mmmm  iHilil  ___!  ,',l.'-|!  y.  '^^BSBJ  PJHM! THE  G_*ESTOSf  BEVIES  They sawed  through  a telephone  cable..  A gang uf men were digging a  ditch at Stev���������ston. They found  what appeared to them to he a  log of wood, so they sawed  through it in two places to get  rid of it. About 200 Stevston  telephones west out of service  as a result.  The "log" was actually a  wooden duct that contained a  SOO-^siIr tel-^hone cable?, and  the workman had cut out a section of cable about 14 inches  long.  A telephone cable, splicer  and his helpers were rushed to  the rescue, and they worked  from 3 o'clock in the afternoon  until 7 o'clock the following  morning, splicing in a new section of cable and restoring service.  K  nnfnnnia    17-i _-!.$_  UUIGl.C-J     IBlGgJII  11 n  UUb  Local and Personal  It is authoritatively announced that  John Ryckman has been named as ferryman at the Reclamation Farm, eucceed-  ing Jimmy Lockhead, who resigned a few  week's ano. The new ferryman takes  dharge on July 1st. Jack's appointment  is quite the most popular the Tolmie  government has yet made in these   parts  The usual term-end departmental examinations at Greston high school come  to an end to-day, with Miss Meldrum  presiding. 14 students from the local.  high school are writing on Grade 11  papers. Miss Wade had charge of the  entrance to high school examinations,  which terminated yesterday; at which 25  scholars from several of the Valley schools  were writing.   In addition to these nine  jpupllf' i.Oixl *_TcSiOrL 3CnCO������    W8X2   p������3S_*������  on recommendation.  Dr. J. Olivier of Blairmore, Alberta  who was here about a month ago looking  Crest on over with a view to locating������  was back again at the first of the week,  waen he obtained a lease on Matt.  York's residence on Barton Avenue, and  will have remodelling operations started  at once so as to be able to open his  practice with hospital about the middle  of Jul v. He has operated a private hospital in connection with his work at  Blairmore and all the equipment, including an X-ray; will be installed here.  LIMITED  handling the marketing of his own and  others* products, in both of whieh he  achieved notable success. The funeral  took i place en. J������edn esday to Creston  cemetery with Kev. Ft. EL Cribb officiat  ing. -He leaver, a wife and two stepr  daughters t^whorn is extended the sympathy of th(jfc6mn.un5ty in their bereav-  ment. *.js������_r .  The sympathy of the community goes  out/to Mr. a^id'Mrs. W.   S.   Bush  who  have been heavily bereaved in the death  of their 8oi.jKW.ll,  who passed away  in  the hospital at Kellogg, Idaho, on Sundays with interment En the cemetery at  Kellogg, the following day.   Mr. Bush  was called tb Kellogg  about  two weeks  ago on receipt of  word   that  Will was  | critically ill .with double pneumonia, after  an attack of'.tneasels.   Deceased was in  his twentieth year* and came here with  L5~ _, ��������� _- ��������� *. - tfct _. _ _.__���������_ __._     __..!      >._.._  ia<a (jwiciiio nuvuv i>���������(1 ^oiiiS ������**>*"���������   uuu      ������_���������  sided here almost steadily up till last fall  when he l������ft for Kellogg. He was a  graduate of Creston high school, and  enjoyed a well deserved popularity with  everyone with whom he came in contact.  Mr. Bush, who was rushed to Kellogg by  auto when ^kis son's illness took the serious turn, was with him when the end  came, as well as h"s brother. Charles,  who is employed in Kellogg. Mr. Bush,  sr., retutned on "Wednesday.  b ii a0. ��������� A i A    -"    A-A- ^-.i* ..^ . .*     f*V.  r__. LA_,vA * A. *\.  CARTAGE OF ALL KIND!  OUR SPECIALTY  ���������all   orders  promptly  taken  care of.  ���������;  ttcoiu  I KMrt-_)rt_._V ]  REGIWATSON ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   DRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  WATEF?    /VO770*_=  O/VEFtSJON JttSl&USJZ  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Power,  Light & Telepho e Company, Limited.  whose_address is Creston,B.C, will apply  for a licenss to take and  second feet of water out  _.-._-<-_-!. -  Goat River,  of  .A  Kootenay River about one and one-half  miles northwest of Creston, B.C.    The  water will be diverted from the stream  at a point about_509_.eet up stream from  Canadian   ������*acitic   Kailway   bridge and  550 feet southwest of the northeast corner  of Sublet 29 of Lot 812. and will be used  for  power purposes upon the area  described in. the undertaking of the  Com  pany, within a radius of twenty-five nui������s  of the power site (including the Village of  Creston, B.C.) -   This notice 7?as posted  on the ground on the 20th ~day  of June.  1930.    A copy   of   this   notice   and   an  application pursuant thereto and to the  Water Act will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder, Nelson, B.C. Objections  to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller   of   Water   Rights,    Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within  thirty  days after  the first appearance  of this  notice.in a local newspaper.   The petition  for the approval  of the undertaking as  per Section 26 oE 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 file an  objection thereto   in   the   office   of   the  Comptroller, or of the said -Water Recorder  CRESTON POWER, LIGHT  & TELEPHONE COMPANY  LIMITED: Applicant.  By CHESTER R. PAULSON, Agent.  Date   of   the  flrst. publication   of  this  notice is June 27, 1930.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  combined business with pleasure at their  regular June meeting at the home of  Mrs. Dow, members of the W.M.S.  being invited guests. After business was  disposed of there was a social hour, with  tea served on the beautiful shaded lawn,  during which Mrs. Dow, on behalf of the  W.M.S. and Ladies' Auxiliary,, presented  Mrs. (Dr.) Henderson with a W.M.S.  Life Certificate and Pin, with which wa.  an appropriate address voicing appreciation of excellent service unselfishly rendered both organizations over a period of  VOaTR.  ^ _ ��������� 1  I-  Death has removed an active and enterprising citizen m the passing, oh Monday of John Garfield, ���������t tha age of 52  years. Deceased, who earlier in life followed the school teaching profession, has  been a resident of Creston for about five  years, coming here from Monarch, Alta.,  and of late has devoted his time to  growing fruit and vegetables, as well as  We invite you to inspect  new stock of  our  bw&&Sm* ������S  SuS'ff   S_?-*���������������5*25P    a_j^r fi������_i ���������5_r���������_?*_iP'  which have jnst arrived I  Newest Shapes.  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are  1-_ *   1  ������_aa_9'a_a    ^aC-������������-V&29     *TW    J_a^h_^ a_Ca_k>  Records  Reduced  to  SIXTY-FIVE  \������*__!_i^8 A _J  Each  Or bring  in one old one���������  Victor   or   Brunswick���������and  get a new one for 55c. ���������_}  Ray Crisler was a Bonners Ferry visitor on Thursday last.  Frank Celli of Coleman has been spending a few days at- the ranch the past week.  Lee Heric of Yahk was a weekend  visitor at the ranch, and one of the many  interested I spectators at the Creston-  Bonners ball game on Sunday.  Miss Jeanne Hall, who has spent the.  p?������������t three weeks -with her parents,  Mr. I  and Mrs. John Hall, returned to Nelson  on Wednesday.  Mr. Lansing left on Tuesday for Cranbrook, where he -will be for some time  under the doctor's care.  Misses Ruth and Aubrey McKowan of  Cranbrook are visitors here with their  grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Cartwright. -  There was quite a good turnout at the  Anglican Ladies' Guill lawn social at  W. H: Kemp's oh >Wednesday afternoon  last, at which the cash intake was $50.  Erickson has eight candidates at Creston writing on the entrance to high  school examinations this week. They  are Maurice Kelsey, Roy Penson, Sandy  Telford, Lucille Murphy, Eleanor Blair,  Kathleen Bundy, Sadie Fraser. There  are also two from here writingfor matriculation, Marcella Sanford and Lyle Kemp.  Impressed  With   Valley  right.  Mm MiraheNi  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  e  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  WATEZR    NOTIGE:  DIVERSION AN a USE  "Seldom does  an area offer  a  choice of farming such aa  Creston'%   said  Miriam  Green Ellis,  Winnipeg, Western editorial representative of the Family  Herald  and Weekly Star, who recently  paid a business visit here.    "You  pay  your money and you take  your  choice���������of   wheat   farming  with tractors and combines on the \  fla:s or fruit farming by hand  on  the benches.   The two problems  I heard most discussed in Creston  were how to get rid of water on  flats and how to get more water  on the orchards upstairs."  "I suppose/3 aaid'Mrs. Ellis,  '���������that' Guy Constable says to  Leonard Levegue, 'y������u take the  highroad and Til take the low  road, and I'll make a million before you."  I was glad to be in at the final  obsequies of fhe Arrow Creek  plant where William Mason lias  bean making twenty-one inch pipe  TAKE NOTICE that South Kootenay  Water Power Company, whoso address  Ih Rossland, B.C., will apply for'a license  to lake and use two hundred second feet  of water out of Gent'River, which  flows  w isterly nnd drains into Kootenay River    ��������� ���������  _- .  _  a ont Ej<_ miles northwest of Creston,   4.n -rmrlnnr, wnfw fmm tho heights  B.C.   The water will bo diverted from   co conaucc water irom^ne neigni-s  am nt a point about' traffic bridge  AIL   CONTRACT  SKA LED TENDERS, addressed to  iW I'us* master Cl^nex.tl, will bo recnived  nt. Ottawa until noon on Friday, tho 18th I  July, for tho conveyance of 1.1 Ih Majo ty'H  M a.I���������< on u pfopoficd Contrar.it for n period  r.oi exwcrlinK Tour yearn, :r|>c timna por  woi-k on ih������>- route Camp 'L'ptor-CroBton  via Canyon and ]������lrl������lc*ion from tho Int  July I I ��������� M t -  l-'.'lnltd nnl.ht.H r nnlninlnR further in  fo"i. Minn an to cniuiitlrinH or proponed  ���������fW-1raet, mny Iih wm andhlink CovrriHolf  r kimiy We ���������fiolnliifil ;i������l- ill" i'u.'l.  !<���������������������������������' of Camp Lliiler, Cr������Hbon,Cnriyon-  m. ii I'rl K.������,n, und at, \.\m officii of th<*  Ul-o rlet Kui.w'.n.teud'Wifc of J'ontnl Sk'rvice,  ,1. It. COTU.KY,.  DIhItIii Ski pwrlntr-ri dent off  r_*&al S_rv5co���������  I.) . I ,-li't fltipnr'tilf^rMnt'H OWen,  Cnlj',n.ry, 2nd .hmc, 10*30,  'V  ,  Ov  tho atv  ov<?r canyon about 800 foot ttoutriwosb of  northQttBt -corner of S L. 29 Lot 812, and  will bo used Tor power, and waterworks  purpose:' upon tho area dcs<������rlbocl ��������� in the.  nadcrtaUtnE of the Company* w3thtn a  rndlun oT twenty-five mlleR of power witn  CinchKllnR1 tho Villoi?o of Croston). Th������B  nofcieo wan poatod on tlie ground on tho  32th day 'of June, 1MQ, A copy of thin  notice and an i pplieallon. purhuant thereto antl to the Water Act will bo filed* at  tho ofTUto of tho Waitor Hue order Netnon,  iBC.   The������pQtitlon Tor the approval ot \ nnr������unri .nil   ������imMfl������  tho uwtortalcing ������������ per Section M of the EJ?'f.cnca,*iII  ������W>wmor,  ah win ho heard In the office of tho Ellis, adding thai; Mr.  Lovcquo  Hoard of  In ventilation   at at   date   to   ho,l,n,l Sm'twriaaorl i������m,m������   hnr    a-|-i*ni.rv1w  n ed hy the Comptroller, and any inter- natl .impl ORHGd Upon her strongly  of ted porHnnti may fllo an objection-there- Jthat the lafceralu WOI'O of Scotch  to in th������ oiWcv of the Comptroller,  -rol'i    1 ���������,     Min������\y*An.r\   M  ixm-nVt  tlwi HiiUt Wkiter Ueeorder. , steel, ho alio conciudea   it would  i        SOUTH KOOTEN/VY WAT1QK  POWIOR COMPANY:- Applicant,  DikiA  of  1ho  fkrnl   publleaklon   of  thin  .     notice Ih June 1������, if)���������0.  above to the orchards beneath',  glad because it means that this  much desired irrigation plant m  al moral completed and water will  be available Cor this season's crop.  Maybe the Creston apples I shall  be buying in Winnipeg this MS,  will be a little firmer and juicier  than aa though they  had  been  said Mrs.  n  ' steel, so sha  boa tight job.  FOE SALE��������� Dornoomt, In ������ood shape,  tfo'lnu tilioiip.   Alburt Stewart, Crcibtoiu  Jk + -frit t>   c&<%rn vtf*&  f\f R<v_Lf:i.cl_.  C   M.W ���������    bV1! B^Vtf'     ������J* %** W   ' %S W4**<4t*>     "*^������ |       -_-_������- m   nr -w ������rw m ������f  Columbia and Alberta  f>>  CANADA  AtSEilTA AND EASTERN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA*  DIVISION  Brandies of tKc Bank: cooperate   in.  serving   tl_e  ititesrests of tlie Hank's  customers.  Savings and Current  Accounts solicited.  425  fiSH-D OFirlCE  -|       :  Capicai ������n<_ R������  TORONTO  ^-w������ ������i K nnn nnn I  "  '    ' I  ���������������=SfON      -'-i '-���������*.,    .? J.-&;W..CL0WES������ Manager  Branches at Nelsonr Invermere, Cranbrook. Fernie  Pj imH  *v  Keep JFIH.-E  at Bay with  FIRE seldom visits  houses having  >������lpF      Gyproc  \7allboard  ceilings,  partitions,  walls and shcalhing.  On the contrary  " GyOroc has saved  a&y homes.  This pioneer Canadian  -ire-safe gypsum board has a  new improved finish that  takes any decoration. It is  just the thing to use for  making extra rooms in the  cellar or attic.  Quickly erected, inexpensive, structurally strong,  Gyproc Wallboard gives permanent fire protection.  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Ask him today  for full information or write  for interesting free book,  ''Building and Remodelling  with Gyproc.1*  GYPSUM, XIME AND  ALABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  Vancouver - ,B.C.  'BeNEW trtf������DW  -\i  '<w/"  s*.  kJKL  A.  >V\  ?9/<  201-7  Sr'VV^l^  For Sale By  Chas. tJ. Rodgers*    ���������   ^rtisiiiM* *_#.*-.  ������������ in THE   CaESTpIf  REVIEW  i -  Local  ������-. _*������ -^    . pAMi  B.fBL^������������t  Creston   baseball   team   journeys.:;. to  K������mber3ey on Tuesday -whore itiey will  play tie team from that town as on_* of  the feature attraction, of the big Dom-  anion Day sports. >;  Mr. Corbett arrived yesderday from  tCS,r\iAryi^ '?*���������*%���������& w*_SM &*.q **��������������� ^"U5������*.a _"*tf .���������_���������*������*-, *Q ___*-���������������  \aviVlU*   OJO._J.    TVIU   -LTD   1U   WUOl^V   VS    VU<_   Ju*������ ������������_.���������**  of Commerce here while Manager R. J.  Forbes is on; yacatioa whieh will commerce at the end of the week.  Revenues collected at Creston office ot  the provincial police for May were just a  little' over $700, and of this total $631;  was paid in for motor licenses.   Police  court fln.es and costs were S33. v ,  Mrs. Skei! (nee Edith McFarlane) is  here on a visit with her sister, Mrs. Joy  Arrowsmith. She was recently married.  at Nelson, and will be leaving shortly to  join her husband in Calgary, Alberta.  Rev. E. J, Northp who has been taking  special ^work at Kaslo, Grand Forks, and  other towns, is due to-arrive on Saturday  for a stay until the middle of July at the  Full Gospel Mission where he will be the  speaker at the Sunday, Tuesday Thursday and Friday .sendees.'   Sunday even-  SPEND  Xour Holiday  Shis   Tear   ii.  British  Col  Your own Province  offers  more vacation charms than  any other part of the  Continent.  Ask for Booklets from  ureau of Provincial  (-.forsnaiiGsv  VICTORIA,   -   B.C  Qtsaitai ��������� i  {���������������������������������������������������������������(������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������IIMI  ���������q  Fop the &E&T in  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPUE LEAF  Shorts,  Brans Shorts, Middlings, Com, Cracked  Corn, Wheat; Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything, else in this line.  Hat and Gold  ���������������?���������>.  i ai mrmn i.  __ _.:Sp,^,.ai_ ._���������  5!SUWilf|_Su!0S  The people, of. t Creston and  district are" invited to enjoy  the comfort and satisfaction  of a shower bath at  this week.   This is the stand owned by  \R. S. Bevan, and under lease to the new  operators.  Y; This has been moving week for a number in the villdge. Mr. and Mrs. C. H._  Hare are now occupying their new rest  dence at the the north end, and Mr. and  oars. 'w._5ra_-r ������t������ Be.m>& ������ev_iea in  their new bungalow on Victoria Avenue.  Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mclnnes have taken  possession    of    tbe    former     Ecktrom  property on   Hillside   road,   which they  recently pu chased from CO. Quist.  Christ Ghu.eii, Greston  SUNDAY. UUtVE _?������  CRESTOSf���������8.00 a.m., Uoly Coramun-  '   ' idxt. ������������������������������������130 p.m., Evensong.  WYNNDEL���������11.G0   a.n*., Matins  and  Holy Communion.  r~  J. JL \J\jri*  %*rtr%&  Maple Leaf* Robin  Royal -Householdf Flour  .P'r^sHare'i^-rt^.   Try us once and be convinced*  Hb       ������������i  CUllEAT h  I 1- Sole agent for GALT COAL,. :  ft������a__BaiBg'Ba--BaB-o-oagBCBBBB oooaa anoa ao-B pnaaa a--q noa-bbsbb a BaBBaaa������aaa ��������� aaaa ��������� t ja  h. _.._h i ai.a>____^. _..���������> .AA  ~_.-_.-_.--* -_.-���������. .  A     ���������  -_._A.���������^._>f   A-^.. ^ ..^. . A _^||||^.in._.T _^r^a  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  <  4  4  i  No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb 6, Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  ���������������������������������a���������  i     ii        ������������������       in n������i-au������������������������������������a���������i   \mmiwVnwmHmmmm*m*tt~m*tm**w������*i<mwvmm\\*w\ri-���������\^ i, nan ������������������iiin^nwai   m**m*mmm*mm*fm*m '  ''      TRY   OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  &Gui\1PAMY,LiiL  TOURIST PARK  SHOWER BATHS  BATHROCS-fOPElsr DAILY  AFTER 4 p.m.  CHARGES:.  With Towel and Soap..35c  Without Towel' Soap... .25c.  Pay at Office on Camp Ground.  ���������,-.-!'- i  ** '  ing at 7.30 his topic is "Highway Holdup." .   ; .;..c.'������������������:.-���������.  Principal McNeil of Oreston high school  left on TFVid������y last f _2* his hense at ths  coast, where he will spend the summer  vacation. All the_students sn Grades S  and 10 were passed oh recommendation  or on school examination promotion.  , Messrs. H. H. Taylor and W. V. Jackson, who are in charge of compiling the  voters list for the federal election next  month, completed the work last week.  About S00 names have been enrolled as  entitled.to vote at Creston polling place.  W. Oliver, who hails from Kimberley,  who acts as relieving manager for Burns  & Company, is here from Lethbridge,  Alberta, and will be: in charge of the  firm's Creston store for a month, while  manager Geo. Johnson is taking holidays.  The, strawberry season is rather slow  in developing and it was not until Monday last that the first carload rolled from  Wynndel. Another was shipped on Tuesday. With real hotrweather the peak of  the season wiii be^encountered early next  week. v.v'V    ���������Y^'YY.    ��������� :-..     -���������.;.. .-���������.-,��������� -.' ���������  Sandpoint will be here for its final  league baseball game on Sunday afternoon  29th. A big crew d is expected up from  the south, and now that Creston has  began to hit the game should be a real  close one and a large turnout of fans is  looked for. "  C. W. King, editor of the Herald. Bon-'  ners Ferry, was a business visitor ait  Creston on Wednesday- - He reports that  on the dyked lands in that section a  greater interest is being taken in growing seed peas, which has been found more  profitable than any of the grain crops.  Coi. MallandainerC. p..Rodgers and  Geo. Johnson got back on Thursday last  from Nelson, where they attended the  W-gt Kootenay Conservative nominating convention. W. K. Esling, former  member, was the unanimous choice of a  very enthusiastic gathering of party  workers.  The Kootenay garage, for the past  three years operated by Max Paulson as  a branch of his Cranbrook business', is  reported sold to J. D. Perdue of White-  fish, Montana, who has taken possession  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  Bigger Value Tor the Money  The new models with larger-roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled for comfort,, power, beauty or stamina  and the new low prices make them them the biggest value for  the money on the motor car market today.  If you cannot afford a new car bring in your old one and  let us put new life in it. The latest piece of equipment we  haye added to our shop is a lisle Valve Machine, and it  certainly does turn out a real yalve job.  Our Shop Equipment  is the Best and  our Mechanics know how to handle it I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  I  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    &    MAXWELL  SEKVSCE ������P.   ArSYTi-iSPJG   wr-nATw BY  uASvunc  _!��������������������������������������������� ������������������IIIIIIIIMIIIIII  ��������� ������������������a B������aaa.oaaBBB������.aaaa���������������������������aa���������aaaaaaaaaaoogj  ta  TERM'END GIFTS  r_._r._a m m  w wmm-MMsrm. mm  I  Doll Carriages, $1.75 to $5.00. Boys' Steel Cart, $2.25  Flashlights, $2.00. Parker Peris and Sets, $2.75 and up.  Kodaks and Brownies, $2.25 and up. Perfumes, 50c. to$I.  Snap Shot Albums, $1 and up. Tennis E-acquets, $3 and up  Basebaiil Gloves, $1 and up. Boys' Watches. $1.75 to $2,75.  Toilet Sets, 85c. to $8.00. Child's Blackboards, $2.50.  cHEjrai^iHiue&iooK store  REXA'LLVSTdRE'; -:"/ . .;���������. f  GEO. H. SJB1TJUY l  ���������B  W"WWWW>  <  4  4  4  4  <  <  ������  4  4  4  ���������BMM������������MY*0,',V*T|r4  'rT'T'*rtir.T,rT'rt,r*'T"������T  ���������w v.ww  ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������. - ... . . -V    .  ���������Wf'W.IW  consists   in   spending less than  yem earn.  If by careful economy you can  &iw&' inoi-ey������ ;yoti''' have ��������� taken. a  long fltej* toward vcqi-ftent������ncntt*. yV<  We pay Interest on Savings bal*  ances and shall welcome your  account* .    **a  JL Stlialf   ^^x\J-NI x\_L_^l-/r\J?M   JOx\JyM SS*.  '��������� Capltisl Paid!'-UpjbIO^CJOOjDOO  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Crcitum Branch  U. J. Forbo������, Manager  Full Cospel  flVSission  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.'  CRESTON  Sunday, June 29  11.00 a.m. arid 7.30 p.m.  REV. IE. J. NORTH  will  speak at both services*  Evening Subject:  "Highway   Holdups**        *  Tuesday and Thursday  7.46 p.m.���������Evangelistic Services.  Friday  Young Proplers-  REV. MR. NORTH will speak at  all of the above meetings.  Saturday Afternoon  2.00���������Children'������ Service.  Everybody 'Wolcomol  *4  i  The Consolidated Mining: &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd  Office, Smelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, Britiah Columbia -^  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pi# Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  B-lAla-J All aafca-_b *-aa___-a_S--a-l__R-___tB-Ulaatl__k*Ja^^  E  a  H_������  that TwOgging and Lumbering  British Columbia's major industry, and is likely to be for some  years to come; but not every body-  realizes the increasing importance of our forests to the world  at la^rge, as forests elsewhere  beconie. denuded* ���������, We still have  360,000,000,000 board feet of  merchantable timber���������but we  have none to bur^.  PREVENT FORES t FIRES I���������YOU CAN HELP!  BiArriSM' ooi-j'iiivijtii-v FOR'ufeVL1 t-iiflwvicia  Kb__ TXTE   TIEVTRW. \; :f3R^T0N;   B.    ���������.  NMFT  WITH  ti  IHDlGEfTION  Do you suffer^ after meals with a  belching, from sour and acid stonsachf  Many believe they have heart trouble  and tremble with Sear", expectm*hny  minute to drop dead: This condition  can be prevented, likewise relieved.  Take Carter's Little Liver Pills  after meals arid neutralize the gase*.  Sweeten the sour and acid stomach,.relieve the gas and encourage digestion.  The stomach, liver and bowels vtvl-  be cleansed b������ poison, painful and  dangerous indigestion disappears, ana,  1 he-system enjoys atonic effect. Doj������t  delay. Ask your druaeist for a 25c  pkg. of Carter  Manitoba Jubilee Impressions  your druggist  for a  ler's Little Liver Pills.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Death has removed one of Britain's  famous sportsmen, the Earl of  Selfton, owner of the Grand National  race course at Aintree. He -was 59  years old.  Authoritative private advice to the  United Press from Mbscow, said all  the Soviet's spring wheat sowed up to  June 10, amounted to 22,176,000 hec- I  tares (about 55,550.000 acres). j  E. W. Beatty, president of tne j  C.P.R., said his company had a site j  in mind for their projected t-ondon ���������  hotel, England, but not the Hotel '  Cecil as bad been rumored.  The    sudden    overflowing    of    the ;  Lena River in this eastern section of '  Siberia  has   swept  away 346   homes  and  20 other buildings. Many cattle  wer_��������� drowned snd otiier dHTosf*"*? was  heavy.  Oieudonne Coste, tamed French .  flyer, has been awarded the medal  of tbe International Aeronautic Fed- .  eratiosi for the most noteworthy;  achievements of the year in avia- ;  tion.  Searching among tbe drawers of .  an old sideboard, William. Bonnell. of ]  Montrose. Colorado, found, an old  newspaper giving an aecount of the ���������  death and burial of George Washing--i  ton.  About the time when airplanes will  be landing on every apartment house ���������  roof or in the commuter's back yard,  science will have aided in perfecting j  an  automobile  that won't wear out. !  Celebrations  In  July To  Mark  the  Sixtieth Anniversary Of Manitoba's  Admission Into  Confederation  (By Old Timer)  'Men who "have lived in Manitoba  since the early "days, and especially  those who were born here, love to recall the various fights or squabbles  in which the ProYihee was involved  during- the first half-century of its  corporate   existence.    Most: of   the  questions raised in the" stormy days  found their .origin in the well-known  constitutional fogr   which   seems   to  have always surrounded the relationship of a   Province,   particularly   a  new one,  to  the  Federal authority.  The learned Solons who drew up the  British North. America Act, as well  as the more or less wise ones who  carved  it up before it became law,  failed to take into account many of  the big problems that have developed  j since. For that reason they were un-  | able to lay down in plain words the  , points of distinction between tlie re-*  ! spective jurisdictions. Many and var-  ! ied were tbe legal and political bat-  : ties that ensued.      Tbe present dif-  ��������� ferences are so mild that by compari-  : son it might a3most    be    said    that  ; negotiations   are   now   conducted   in  ! silence.  ' When the Canadian Confederation j  I was established In 1867. four diverse j  ! units of British territory in the  ��������� north-eastern section of the continent  ; agreed to come together and forget,  . as far as possible, their differences.  ! Since they all retained their provin-  i cial status, however, with the necessary, and also some unnecessary,  governmental machinery in each case,  :'_  _*���������������������___.!  JUNE 2ft  ATTEMPTS AT; APPRAISING  ���������  Y     ''CHRIST'./...-.  put, and Manitoba's east _ra boundary  was' fbxed'.hfe^lts/.-'present   location,  There  was''XfcioY&owat.. to  interfere.  with, the westward extension, so that  the boundaryvwas pushed ,-out about  130 miles without difficulty. Finally,  in 1S12, a large and important section in the north was added,, giving  the Province a long stretch of seaboard on Hudson Bay, including two  possible ports, Nelson and Churchill,  The telling about this boundary fight  is _ai"_ipl<_ cuO'ugu, but u large yoitt-ttts  would be required to record the history in detail. The same is true of the  other disputes, some of which made  or   unmade   political   reputations   in i  various parts of the country.      The  sequel has been that Manitoba has  come, to symbolize the protection of  Western rights and Western interests.  She has played and is still playing an  important part in the affairs of Canada.  Food For Babies  Goldent Text: "Thou art the Christ,  the Son of the living God."���������Matthew  16.1-.   ��������� .'.;���������;.������������������������������������ .-YV  _>evotiohal Reading: Isaiah 2.2-_.  Y Explanations arid Corninents  In the"triumphal^ procession of the  Eomtui conqueror, kings and princes  Walked as captives In the emperor's  train.     Thus all the greatest men of  the past generatieSi, seem   to   have  joined Christ's triumphal procession.  Let us   call   the   roll  of  the   great.  Among Carlyle's   last   words   were  these: "The   most   important   event  ever transacted in this world is the'  life and death of the Divine Man in  Judea* at   once   the   symptom   and  cause of innumerable changes to, all  people in the world." By acclamation,  J.otu_ Ruskln will be voted the first  place among the English prose writers  of the last two centuries. But Ruskin  says his life "has been dedicated not  to the study of the beautiful in face  and flower, in landscape and gallery,  but to an interpretation of the truth  and beauty of Jesus Christ." Another  modern humanist is Matthew Arnold.  But. dying,    Matthew   Arnold   said:  "Christ came to reveal what righteousness really is.  For nothing will  do,    except   righteousness;    and  -���������>-..������������������__ ������ai_ ������������������_���������__           RI!_a  818  ������   ������ni!!UI,V-  "JSad*. _i_rxi, itch mad' vote of piles  la ��������� a__rato with '8oof-������>Salv*Y* writes  X. -VBetre. ���������'SlMAiaf -topped..Piles  soon vaalehad. Arolced op������r*tion."  <5������t lasteat s������i viU t9-������.. All <-rugf u ts.  #_..__4._-.  ^^������__������ Mwa.  -._>  the Hot Bays Gf Summer  Hot summer weather is very trying on babies and the food question  is a serious one every mother must  solve correctly if her infant is to  avoid ailments common in this  period. Breast feeding is obviously  best for baby, but it happens in so  many cases that this is impractical.  .--.-���������    -,~  *      _��������� ^_^ *���������-���������- n-   ! Rather-   than    experiment    with    ail  mere was sou plenty of room for ar- , sortg of foods it*_ ^se to use one  gument. If tne Fathers of Confedera- | tJiat ig ^o^-, for its value as an in-  tion   (who  rightly received so many ; fant food.      Eagle Brand Condensed  tributes during the Jubilee celebration ! Milk   has    been   used     continuously  .���������.Y~ ,. ���������~~ -r-,o rv-,.i^ ������^* ol1J,1c* ! since 1857 and is highly recommend-  three   years  ago),   oould  not   adjust j ed fey leading physfcia^s  ^  a saf6(  the situation between the * eue.al; puref easily digested food for- bottle-  jurisdiction and that of the four units ! fed babies. It is simply pure milk  which had been established for gen- j and pure granulated "sugar. Feed-  erations, how could they be expected ' in^s are easily made up according to  M������ior Fuel In ^Western GahatBa  UnUmiteu .^antiK-S^ Can,-^. ^oifl- Y^  merclally Produced In Northern ,  ���������:-'���������.. Alberta /������������������-.'v. ���������-'>Y .''���������;-.' ������������������'���������-.'-  Gasoline In almost unlimited quantities can b_ii commercially produced  from oil sands in Northern Alberta,  according to Dr. B. H. Boomer,' of  the "University of Alberta, addressing  the National Research Council. A  new method which yields light oils  suitable for the production of fraso-  line Is credited to _>r. Boonver and  Dr. A. K. Clark, _ also of the "University of Alberta; and a semi-commercial plant, now in operation, shows,  it is said, that Western Canada, at  least, will shortly be independent in  the production of motor fuel.  Chinese Children Starve  More than 200,000    children   havfe  died  of  famine   in   Northern  China  no t since January, according .to Oo_ocmis-  other conception of righteousness wiiU sioner  MacKenzie,  of the  Salvation  Army. The Commissioner, who recently returned to Australia from  China, said that 80,000 Chinese wives  and daughters had been sold for $2  or $3 each to provide food for the remainder of their families. .  do, except Christ's conception of  His method and secret." James Mar-  __n_su ������_!sert2 th_.t Ghi'ist miist t^  called "the regenerator of the human  race. The world has changed and that  change is historically traceable to  Christ." We all know that Shakespeare, perhaps the greatest intellect  ever known In its wide and many-  sided splendor, paid the lowliest reverence to Christ in passage after passage. All the great poets of our age.  Lowell and i-ongfellow, Browning and  Tennyson, unite in saying,-^���������  "Thou seemest human and divine;  The highest, holiest manhood thou;  Our  wills are   ours,   we   know not  why;  Our wills are  ours to  make  them  Thine."  ���������Newell Dwight Hillis. in "The Influence of Christ in Modern Life."  The female mosquito is not only  the one that stings but the one that  sings.  The  ordinary person's lungs  contain 76,000,000 air cells.  to foresee and care for problems relating to a new territory subsequently  taken into    the    union?    it    simply  wasn't donC for the  reason  that  it  couldn't be- done.  The Diamond Jubilee celebrations  through the Province on July 15 next,  are intended chiefly to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the admission of  Manitoba into Confederation, and  there is no doubt they will in every  One British firm has perfected a steel j case be worthy of the occasion. When  so hard it cannot be scratched with i the evont actually took place in 1870,  the sharpest file. | there  was. much   shaking  of   heads.  Plans are being dise\vssed at i particularly in the East, about the  Windsor, by tlie Border Chamber of [wisdom of the step. A review of the  Commerce, for a good will business j litigation and other trouble that has  directions on the can. Eagle Brand  is especially satisfactory in difficult  feeding cases. Frequently it agrees  perfectly with babies who cannot  assimilate any other food. Mothers  who would appreciate a very helpful  booklet on the care and feeding of  baby may obtain-a copy of ,f'Baby's  Welfare" from the Borden Co., Limited, Montreal, free, if they mention  this paper when writing.  and pleasure trip through western  Canada, possibLy late in August or  early in September. It is expected  that the tour will be open to other  than chamber members.  Persian Balm is the one true family  aid for skin health and beauty. Aids , the  ���������     t of .th    famiiy������  the  mother in  additional  loveliness. '  Protects the tender akin of the child.  Delights the father as a hair fixative  followed would seem, to justify some  of the doubts, and it is a matter for j  congratulation- now that these have j  been dispelled. Manitoba was the first j  of the new territories to be absorbed,  and her problems were without prece- !  dent,   insofar   as  her   relations  with \  were con- '  cerned. It is little wonder, then, that i  when trouble did arise    there    was  Prevented By Law  "You are suffering from brain fag  and ennui," announced the specialist.  "You should take more interest in  your business."  "I should like to,'Y replied the patient.  'fThen why .don't you?" demanded  the specialist.  "The lav/ won't let me," replied the  patient, "I'm a pawnbroker."  Is Easily Mastered  The art of swimming is so agreeable and &o easily mastered and the  places where it is taught by competent teachers are now so numerous in our cities that even urban-  ites ought not to grow to maturity  without being able to do what any  poor fish can. Country youth generally finds a "swimmin' 'ole" and  teaches itself.  The' owner of a papular brand of  car was having trouble in starting' his  i engine. Y        "       '  '   "    After watching for ten minutes the  man wrestle with the starting handle  a little boy asked his father:  "How far will it go after he has  finished winding- it?"  - e_co, beaten until Usbt  - teaspoon aalt  . tcasppers snustarS  1 can Eagle Brand  li cup vftesar  juice 1 lemon  X������_st������ ot paprika  ^E ricoROvs-v beat first  V fou. tasredisrsts &  few minutes, add vine-  tar ������nd lemon juice,  stif vnAl and set aside  * few Hours to thicken.  Win keep for weeks.  WrlteThe Bordeo Co. Ltd.  Montreal, for recipe books  "New _lajic fa-J*ev^_������,  94%  EAfilJE BHAM������  3fc.B8rS-.-lSD e0MSSNS__& ������_l&ft  to what use it is put, it is always  beneficial to tbe skin. Every woman  should use it. Persian Balm cools nnd  caresses tbe skin and creates complexions of surpassing loveliness.  or cooling shaving lotion. No matter j plenty of it. This Province was vari-   g  _- ously regarded as the "martyr," the   ""  "stormy petrel"  or the  "ugly' duckling," according    to    the    particular  j viewpoint, of the politician who was  i expressing an opinion on the subject.  ! Whatever the occasion, Manitoba was  j prominently in the limelight. Whether  it was In the matter" of railway competition, enlargement and adjustment   S  of boundaries, educational autonomy, ] S  insufliclent   subsidies,   or   control   of  certain phasefl of commercial affairs,  there was a1 mo time any doubt about  Farmers In l������Mh?lc Life  , The Farmer's Advocate says:  "Farmers are getting a grip on  things politically. Honourable Walter I_ea. a farmer In" Prince Edward  -Island, is now Premier of his Province; Honourable John Bracken, a  trained   agriculturist,   is   Premier   of  iiiiiiiiiiiHMmiiniiiiiiiiiitiHHiiiitiiifiiiiiinm^  Mak������   Your  Windows  Invest iti WINDOLITE Wanc-ows and you wiM he repaid a  hundredfold in the health of your Poultry and Live Stock  Manitoba, and his I-Ionoxir ,T. D. Mc- < Manitoba'.^  position. If there was a  Gregor. u noted breeder, of Abertlcen-  Angus cattle, Is Ugu ten an--Governor  of tbo same Province,  THE  MADE     IN  ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  lONGLAND     SINCE   1917     ON     ORIGINAL.     PATENTS  V-uo Mlnurd's i*uv ItlxMimullsm.   :  A I-ons Felt Want ,  "Men who dewiro aucb dilutions,"  _aya the Rev. C, E, Macartney, ,-P.P.,  "can drink decaffeh^ed coi.eer*.and  *moke denicotiufld tobacco, and ./now  we have cm every hand dechrlstian-  insed Christianity." But up to the hour  of ffolng lo presfl,' there Boomed to ))o  no hope for cIojuhkccI jaj?ss, dtfolloctlon-  , iwiud cIqcLhuw, and tlewuutherls:cd  weather. Nor ov^n r������r deta:ccd  taxen.  W.    N,    XJ.    1348  fight, she was .suppoHed to be in ii,  like tho mythical Irishman. What is  more, sh������,i not on'ty desired to be in it,  Init she had h������v wiRh grntlfled to tlio  full.  From  tlio "standpoint "of  material'  advancement,    tho   moat    important  battle whh  that  in  connection with  tho boundaries.  When  the Province,  was Instituted' in 1&70, It was a Liny  Rff.alr, and was facetiously likened to  jl "postage-stamp,"    After    a   little  more than  ton yours of dlRcuaalons  the Government beaded by Blr John  MacDonald  at Ottawa, arranged to  have tho boundaries greatly extended.    TruKsod,    midc-r     the     proponed  .scheme a largo  section..<of what Ih  now Westorn Ontario, incihullng' tho  town of Hat Po.':ti,#c,(Kenom), would  have oomo under the jurisdiction of  Manitoba. But the Ontario Government, under tlie leadership off Hon.  OHvor Miiwnt, hhw a fine nbanee-to.  rnlun a o<jmmotion, and It wur duly  rulwid, When the Hmoke and haze of  legal action had cleared, It wn������ found  Lhmt the IMowut Glovernniont had won  This unbreakable glass substitute is  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit,  will withstand extreme changes in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  ss.  a  ts  B  i  too*  B  B  c_  w  *****  ���������pi'-  mm  v6uitj<bs������__S(t:  BV 1NSTAIXINO  WINDOLITE  allows the full sunlight to enter, Including the health-giving XJltra-Violet  Kays, wliicli _Soi not penetrate ordinary,  glass.  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"I've been to  Eastboro on business, and as George  K. Doesn't expect me back-till after  lunch, I thought I'd pass the tune of  day with you. How's everything?"  You mean Charmian?" queried  Grandma astutely.  "You'd have make a first rate detective, Grandma" was Jim's retort;  and the old lady laughed.   Y  "Well," she responded, tfthe last I  saw of Everything-' svas when she left  for school. The doctor offered to take  her In his car, but she said she wanted to walk so I susplcioned she had  something on her mind."  "What?" asked Jim, and added  with caution, "Something to do with  school?" -'���������  "My idea was," answered the old  lady, "that it was something to do  with you, Jim." Y  "Me!" '.."'������������������:  "Yes," said Grandma. "_������aybe I'm  all wrong, sonny, but I thought she  was .feeling- sort of hurt that you  never told her, ,when you were tiding  yesterday, that you and your mother  were going to California"  <��������� "I meant to" explained Jim, "but  YmyYJtnind got taken tip with other  ito^ I didn't know that  Uncle George was going to blab, so  .soon. Not _hat i carei because Moth- j  er'a going to tell Lizzie Baker this \  morning and ask her to do some sew- [  Ing for her before we start. Besides, >  I knew it didn't make much difference to Charmian wlifclhet' I ivas in  California or Timbuctoo." Y  "I donno why you should" say that,  Jimmy. You haven't got a better  friend in town than my girl is���������unless It's me." N  . Jim's young eyes looked suddenly  weary, and his mouth grim.  "It's, something more than, friend-'  ship that I   want   from    Charmlan,  Grandma, No' una pretending-, Is it���������  to you any way? And It's plain to see  that bIio'h giving the thing I want'to  some one else,    Why should she care  whether I ffo'Wost or not ?"  "   , Grandma, looked out of the window  for a moment, but seeing nothing to!  comment upon, turned back /to Jim, '  "I pli'esuine you mean she's falling"  in love with Doctor Carter?"   j.        j,  ,,   iltm riockled.   , ' '.;Y','',,': ]):'/' 'v'1  "I donno as 1,11 Ice: yon n ay Ing- that,  Jim"  said  the old lady.   "'Suppose  now, he didn't fall" in love with her."  "Great grief! how could he help it  ���������living right here in the same house  with her this way?"  _: "He knows a sight o* girls back tn  the    city,"    said    Grandma    wisely.  "There's pictures of two of 'em on  his bureau, and another in his watch.  I saw it the day my clock stopped and  I asked him to set it for me. Maybe  he isn't in love with Charmian at all/?  ."He is," asserted Jim. '"E'you ever  watch "em walk jSown the street together? He goes - sort of sideways,  Grandma, ao he can look at her all  the time." ~  -��������� ��������� .  Grandma reached out to lay a ten- :  der hand on Jam's strongs tanned fist.-  "I   think   you've   got    a    chance,  sonny," she.said. "������������������������������������ :,..-,������������������  "I'd. like to agree with you," he  responded, "but I don't. He's got  something I haven't got, and I'm not  Lso dumb that I^don't see it. Perhaps  if" I'd gone_.to college���������rubbed off  some of the -"Wickfield���������er���������provincialism" (even, in this bitter moment  the eyes that met Grandma's showed  a glint of humor), "I could have ac-?  quired it, even if I was "bom in this  little one-horse "burg. But it's too late  now.' T see where I get off: but ���������-  there's something I'd like Charmian;  to understand, and, somehow, I'can't  make myself tell her. Every time I  begin, the words stick in my throat.  That's why I stopped in this morning  ���������when;I knew she wouldn't be here. I  thought if IL told you, Grandma^ maybe you'd explain to her after I get  away. It's about���������Mother."  "Yes?" urged the old-lady as he  paused.  "It's this way," Jim continued. "A  good many times Charmian, and  other people,' too, have sort of implied that I don't dare breathe wlth-  . out first asking my mother If it's  agreeable jto her. You get me?"  -������������������- Grandma nodded. .'���������'������������������  "And they're right, to a certain extent," he confessed honestly. "But it's  not easy, Grandma, always thinking  of some one else before yourself>' even  if she's your own mother. - There've  was dying, Jim. He knew better than  ������any one else knewv how your mother  was going:1 to miss hinar and all he  wanted was that you should help her  over the hard sledding, not that you  should bury- sparse!.- in the drifts for  herteake.. rm'^an old woman, -Jimmy.  My time's not "far away, and I know.  how folks fee) about such things. You  see, you'.ve been-obeying the Setter of  that' promise,;, not its spirit, which  your father meant you to obey."  "You believe that ��������� honestly,  Grandma ?"  "Impliclty, son," said Grandma  Davis.  Jim arose and patted her shoulder  clumsily.  ..-"'You've helped me a lot," he said.  ;������������������ "It would be a pity if I couldn't,  with seventy-eight years behind me!"  she answered,/smiling up- at him.  "And don't'--js^orry about Charmian's  misijmderstendine? you. I'll Tonake her  see."   ������������������-���������        -;j:y  "But not till We've gone, please"  said Jim, reaching for his hat.v  "That's for you to say, Jim. When  are you going?"  "Within a fortnight. The doctor  wants Mother to get away before  cold weather. It'll be some change  from Wickfield; Grandma!"  "It'll do you good. Maybe you'll  meet some o' those movie vampires  and fall before 'em."  Jim laughed. It was what Grandma  wanted and was working for; but she  added wistfully as   he-   reached   the  -door:   "I'm-going to miss you, Jimmy."  , -  "And believe me, I'm going to miss  you!" he responded warmly" as he  turned away.  CHAPTER XVIII.  ;j_.       g������_s_  facing  "Going toy way"?"  Charmian turned, startled. The  old doctor's shabby car had drawn  up beside her, and he was leaning forward, an invitation in his kindly  eyes, . ,__   _. ������  (���������  - "I was going home," she answered,  "loaded .with Sunday reading matter,  you see;, but "if you*don't be gone too  long I'd adore a ride."  . The old man beamed with pleasure.  "And I'd 'adore' your company,  my dear. Reach in behind for my old  cape, and wrap it 'round you. There  are colds enough this time of year  without adding1 to the number, and  that coat of yours is none too warm  a day like this."  "You're right," said the girl, dragging the worn old cape from the back  seat, and snuggling into it. "I'm  planning to go to Portland after  Ohrist xnas?: and indulge in a new one  provided I can find-a bargain. It's  pretty cold on those early morning-  walks of mine, though John has been  a trump about taking me in his car  qrt the worstdays".   J^ Y  To Be Continue^.      :  BACKWARD BABIES  Alertness scores everywhere.  W-tgley^a .creates _>__������ and  etgy (and keeps you alert.  A 5/ package may save you  from going to ������_~ep at the wheel  of your car. ,_  it������a!c������s hep  little Helps For This WeeV  the  been times.  .   .   ,   ."  He hesitated again, and Grandma  said: "I know sonny. I understand.  You've been a splendid son, Jim, but  month.  Their big  house  nett's pride for thirty years, was  closed for the first time ii_ its existence, the shining- plate glass windows  boarded oyer because, Jim told his  mother, Jboys are the same from one  generation to another, and a window-  pane in an empty house is a source  of. irresistible temptation. Coming  from the library one Saturday afternoon, Charmian paused to look up at  its grim coldness,, thinking that the  house seemed hardly more forbidding  now than in the'���������days, when the front  shades were relentlessly pulled down  to keep a ray of sun from penetrating-  the gloom within, and, possibly, fading the precious - parlor carpet that  had come from Boston when Sarah  was a bride.        yY.Y ��������� ���������'   -.  Only the iron dogs ' that guarded  the big front door looked different.  They Seemed, thought the girl whimsically, forlorn, and patiently unhappy, with drifts of snow on their icy  backs and between their ears, Jim,  she remembered,!,'had "always kept  them brushed clean" of snow. They  had been his playmates, and Charmian's. Towser and Mouser, they called them. How many miles, she wondered, had shei and Jimmy ridden  those iron steeds*!  She was moving on but at a sudden  impulse-turned about, and going up  the path to the. patient canines,  brushed off the light Bnow with a  mittened hand. Then, glancing  stealthily around and seeing" no'.one,  she reached out hastily and gave  them each a pat. Jim had once told  her in a burst of half-ahamed confidence, that he   patted   them   every  Thrive After Use Of Baby's Own  Tablets  Derangements of the digestive  organs are responsible for-most of  tbe ailments which afflict young  children and keep them backward  in development. .tsaby's Own. _/ab-  lets regulate the' stomach and bowels restoring them to-normal action  and this is all that is necessary to  set the little sufferer safely on the  road to health, and happiness.  Baby's Own Tablets are specially  designed to correct indigestion, constipation. Colic: break up colds and  simple fevers and to allay teething  pains. They are sold by medicine  d_s,"i.rs or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Girl  Chooses  Hovel  E  ������__j  "gage-neat Gift  Every  Blind -Person   In   Her  Home  ' County Will Receive Radio Set  A man who recently became engaged to a Gloucestershire girl asked her to choose'something as an engagement gift. The result of her  "choice is that every "blisscr person in  the county who is without a wireless  set will be given one." The total cost  will amount to about $50,000. The  gift includes the cost of maintaining  the sets. The donor does not desire  the identity of his'}_iancee or himself  to be revealed.  "Thou shalt :giye unto the I^ord thy  God according as the Lord thy God  hath blessed thee."���������Deut. :_vi. 10.  For the best that thou canst be  Is the service asked of thee.  The   Almighty,   in  His   providence.  does not ask of us uniform rents for  our rights and lives, as earthly land-   "  lords sometimes do. lie only asks for  the rightful use of the talent entrusted to us. The  taxes  of Heaven are  never per capita, but always pro rata.  Not the form observance of each and  all alike, but   every   heart's    desire,  every   hand's    r-esdiest   service. Wat  the  number -of  acres   you   till,   but  the quality of your tilling determines  the profit of the harvest in spiritual  as well as material farming.      This  standard exacts no promises, but it  accepts no apologies; for there is no  occasion for apology when you have  done    all    you    can.���������Jenkin    Lloyd  Jones.   '-'���������'���������-���������M.'-K*\m *%*.*���������������������������*'���������'��������� .."V.-i.j.-1.......  --'P^TNTA-M:'  W.    N.    U.    ilMffl  YT know what you're going tp say,"  he interrupted. "And It's.'lno use, even  even if I havo got my own life to  live.     You see, Grandma, I was only  a kid, when my father died, but he  asked mq then���������when he was going���������  to, always look after Mother and be  good to   hor.   Somehow���������I've   never  boon able to forget."  ,   'Well I" .breathed Grandma. It ,y/ua  an exclavnation of surpdae. She sank  hack, a1' little, 'in, her' chair,, ��������� rog-ardinE-  .'the :young*/.'m'an'B^Bober.^face.'-.������������������Jwlth'  newborn '���������:��������� -under standing^ -:>'Tiii'������J*i ���������" ��������� '"she  oaid: "And you- promise^,, Jtns ?";. -  , ��������� ���������; Jim'^;' nodded, .arid ��������� wejat  on t- ''-"I've  ' thought, I: ainpo ;;'X * got^old; yoniongh.;, 'to.  .think-, it''put,., that"' pe.hapm';. he,'dicing-  mean mo ;ip talco it ��������� ho-'-bo ���������. literally.  Or ho; .may. not have  realize d how  Mother would get' to���������well,   .depend  upon me.     Ho wouldn'jj have wanted  .mo,,to make, a T������foml������iQ  that would  spoil my life; and thero'vo. boon, times,  Grandma, when I've fell: a������ if it had;  But; don't youv<?yer toll: that--evon to  Charm Ian J"  ho  added   loyally,    "Ho  . w<w a good man���������rny fBither." ���������  1 "One' ot'���������".'���������"'tlita; boHt,'" rospoiidecl  Grandma. "One of the flnnst, I'm  tmtv LSiwI. hu novor nTtian.lt you to talco  that pi-omlHo tho way you havo; H������  Wise and experienced mothers  know when their children are troubled with worms and lose no time in  applying Miller's Worm Powders, a  most effective vermifuge. It is absolute in clearing the system of worms  and restoring those healthy condi-  itons without which there can be ho  comfort for the child, or hope of robust growth. It is a most trustworthy  worm exterminator. ���������.,  An Est. aorslinarv Exoerience  Unless worms be expelled from the  system, no Child can be healthy.  Mother Graves' "Worm Exterminator  is an excellent medicine to destroy  worms.  She (somewhat foggy on musical  matters )-Y"Is Bach composing much  now?"  He���������"No, madam, he's decomposing."  Minard's for Falling Hair.  __eads In JSxporf v  "Canada exports more manufactured goods per head of population  than any other country in the world"  says the Farmer's Sun. "The figures  are: "'Canada, $64.80; Great Britain,  $55.80; Germany, $32,68; France,  $30.58; and the United States $25.1S."  Wife Of English Peer Talked To Him  From Mid-Atlantic  An extraordinary experience befell  Lord Brecknock at the Aldwych  Theatre, London, England. . He was  sitting cosily in the stalls with a  small party, when a theatre attend  ant approached him and said "Mid-  morni'ng'wh'en h_^_nt to^rkTSf- I Aft,a������lc ���������**\ *?*���������" ^^ **<������  gether they had laughed at the Idea;      1     fj  y,! ,,m""  out Charmian did not laugh-now. In- 1 fiuj3!ered h3mself to  deb'd, it seemed to Ijor as she regained, tho sidewalk and glanced back at  them, that   the   dogs   looked   more  cheerful.  She  could,   Indeed,  almost  hear the thump of two hard, metallic  tails!  wa������* all about, he  bo tod to the telephone and spoke to Lady Brecknock,  who had called him from the  "Majestic" with as much ease and  lack of trouble as if he was making  a local call. It 1b a proof of the efficiency of tho telephone service that  he was located at tho theatre In question within four minutes of the. call  having been, put In at hia house tn  London.  ������3c.  to  $4.00  Chooio Enomolnd Wore. I  Bo Jtir������a (baUian&ib you  selccl novo Hie jhlald-.hapod  SMI* Irtb������������l o* qunllly.  J*,  maaxm  ������  '-, . ���������HaH-.IO.ve For/'l>etall..:," ;..'-..-.���������-  Recent biographies of, Queen M,ary  have failed to mention one of her  most striking, characteristica. She  has the imuuual gift of what is called  'ftho photographic eye," She never  fto rgets tb e arrangement of n room,  and after a lapse of? years will ror  membor that the poslWon of soma  article of furniture has been changed  or that something hasi boon removed.  The eptern two-thirds of New  Guinea, the largest ialancl In the  world,  Is largely unexplored.  The     word     "villain"  meant Hvlllas:(ir"  originally  MliitartTa for Inject Blteii.  ��������� 'i '       ���������-K.1   '  '        '*   .  '  '    .'l'*1 ���������   ' ' '    '    ' -  ^)peratioia  ftl was. very weak after nn. op*  cratlon. My ner vca were ao bad.  I would sit down and cry and  my husband' would not go out  and leaye me alone. Now my  nerves arc much better, thanks  to' a booklet that was left  under rhe door. Lydla E* Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  surely put me on my feet. I  have taken eight bottles. My  friends tell me I look fine. My  sister has taken this medicine  too."���������Mrs. Annie Walton, 67  [Stanley St., Kingston, Ontario.  __ffit_iMOMo:ttiffl;  IIT������IKl(linluTi11irTiT_l."jHr!la������'J  i.K,;' it J_J������ iVjXi!A!������i<telAai������ j v -'��������� -' TJ_J_   U5U_g'ruJN   tt_S Y-LISW  Commencing SATURDAY,  JUNE   28th,  and continuing  ������ TEN DAYS, we are offering  Local and Personal  Trout.fSshsng fe-Sn-QinSt Creek ss due  to open on Tuesday, July 1st.  Just   Aasived, Whoopee toilet,'paper I IS  5 cents, roll. '.Creston^Drug & Bood Store  WANTED���������Quiet and gentle saddle  pony foe school girl. Chas. Moore, Creston. .    ��������� r-7-" ���������  iiliH -. S^g   | i     Bm-.y -a-B'jS  "' ~~tt ill  o  T. Lacey haa been -named to Bueceed  S. Cripps as pcundUeep- r for the village  of Creston, I  Tuesday is I-ominlon Day, a statutory  holiday,; and all places of business in town  will be closed.  rlat:  "haii  FOR  SALE-  at  These aie English goods and are offered yon at just  about half price. Fall range of colors, but buy early to  be*sure of getting the exact pattern you have in mind.  4__?������ /"\.* ^3   ml        E_4   S-i   l^L  -t__?  mm a **���������_������  PHQMP 3    Famiture^H^rdwaw^e  v'i'v1������'r'������i-vTl������'T"T-T _-y. *g ������������������  "������������������VW"*'  >  r  4  4  . Mower, Maesey-Harria,  in good shape. "M. Gaike (Crosthwait!  Ranch), Creston.  FOR SALE���������Several lots, fine location  near school, tvriee $125 and up. Algot  Andersen, Village,  School closes for the summer vacation  to-day, with operations due to resume on  September 2nd.  FOR SALE���������30. acres land adjoining  Camp J-ister, going cheap. Mrs. A.  Stuart Evans, Camp Lister.  Mrs. Ed. Merritt and children ot Nelson are visiting with the former's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Haptonstall.  Remember Monday is the last day for  paying village taxes to avoid the 15 per  cent, penalty added at July 1st.  FOR SALE���������Young pigs, six weeks  old, $5.50 each. Also two brood sows.  Bert Yerbury, Camp Lister.  Arthur Webster of Calgary, Alberta, is  here for a two weeks* vacation with his  parents,, Mr. and Mrs. JT H. Webster.  Mr. and Mrs. HaTry Minshall of Vanf-  couver were Creston visitors a couple, .ot  days this week, guests of Mr.  and Mrs.  W. Fraser.  Miss Elsie Hendren of Vancouver is  home on a three weeks' vacation, with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hendren  at present.  Miss Edith Crawford is a visitor with  Nelson   friends  this  week,   leaving   on  Wednesday.  Up to the end of May 321 motor licences  have been issued at Creston. This is  fully as many as were taken out for the  whole of 1&29;  for Next TEN Days  While they last we ard offering  '22jj^  well-known WASH  WELL GINGHAM  which  sells  regularly at 50o.  yard,   -at     HALF-PRICE���������  25c. vard.  O  o.ors guaranteed fast. For Dresses, Aprons,  etc., yo������ will never have another opportunity  such as this. Buy now to avoid disappointment.  ������  ������  There is just one place where money really  belongs���������in the pockets of the people who  have earned St. 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-Operathrs Assn.  CANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD  Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Jefferson of  Chicago, 111., have been visitors here for  a few days, guests of the former's brother j  Albert E. Jefferson.  E. "Wheeler, who has been managing  the Kootenay garage for the past few  months, has been transferred to the  branch at Cranbrook.  ���������yyyyyv'^'y.'yvy .���������*���������' ������������������������������  .VVV'W'^'tf'V'V'V^ "W V   w w V  * * 1  f!i4-VT> OHT1J  vviw ux-._j._~  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  aaaaaWJaVama-Lt_A>������a-BaaUaa_������a-B__������A  QUALITY and  SERVICE  PHONE 20  For quality and service we are handling  nothing but good Steer BEEF, VEAL,  FORK, LAMB.  We also carry a full line  Cooked and Smoked Meats  pope or '1?!Q|4[  fiY_^_u_i������-P_r_i _r������������3,._r_i  SALMON,    HALIBUT,   COD  The house of good eafcB in meats.  We serve you with a smile I  -At a bargain: 12 sets of  coil bed springs; 2 beds complete; one  54 bed new; econd hand McClary  range, at. Commercial Hotel.  Now that strawberries are beginning to  move iu quantity W. V. Jackson has resumed his duties as fruit inspector, taking  care of both Creston and Erickson.  S. A. Speers returned on" Thursday last  from a combined business and pleasure  trip lasting about a month, and taking  him as far. east as Toronto,  Ontario.  Adam Robertson,-who has been taking  fourth year high school work at Nelson  the past term, is here .to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs; S. A. Speers.  . At the June meeting of Creston and  District Women's Institute it-was decid.  ed to take a month off, and there will be  no meeting in the month of August.  Miss Louise Webster of "Vancouver,  who has been visiting at her home here,  left at the first of the week una vi~it  with her sisters at Michel and Calgaryt  ��������� Alberta.   *     a> Y        ''  Dr. W. H. Kilber of Cottonwood, Idaho,  and Jan. W. Dyer of the forestry Bervice  department, Cour d'AIenty Idaho, were  For the hi&x������ few months     *  the-price oi  MILK is 10c. Quart  Delivered daily.  ��������������������������� CREAM,^I'Half-Pint,   -"'  ICE C^EAM  for parties, or other gatherings  where re.res-i_rifcrit_i_ire served  ���������.delivered just 'When needed.  We have a daily delivery of Ice  and have ample to tnlfe care ;���������  of a few more eufttomere..  PHONE 87IL - '! yA;  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  1  Can supply you with anything you  need   iii   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heatihgjline.  We carry a complete line of B8_hro������___ Fixtures In sto*?k������  Baths, Toilets, Basin*, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipes  and  any kind of Fitting, Eavetrbugh, Soil   Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c.  In the BT_AC KSMITH 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.  4  4  4  4  ���������4.  . 4  4  STEBNSTRUP & RBBD  ^���������-������������������- ���������.--���������--������������������ -���������.-.������    A.*.A.������..-������.  .���������_^a_ufth*^aA^__^^_a.ili<af^iffi^Vgii^ii ^mih#h������A������A������A������  weekend visitors with Mr,'and Mrs. J.  G Farris.  Donald Archibald, who to attending  Brentwood College, Victoria, arrived ,on  Wednesday to spend the summer vacation with his parentft> Mn and Mrs. W.  M, Archibald.  Creaton won its fir~i'league baseball  game of the season on Sundny, when it  hammered out a 17 to 16 win over Bonders Ferry nt Exhibition' Park in spectacular fashion.  The sacrament of the Lord's Supper  will be dispensed at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning,  .Turn* 29th. ,kI_e loved mo and gave  Himself for me"  Miss Mnry Goodwin, who has been  taking fourth year high school work, at  RtelBoh, ia home for the summer vacation  andi 1b accompanied by Miss Beatrice  French of that city.  The Intermediate baseball team had j������  very successful week oi it last week, beating the Firothblowora to tho tun������ of 1*1-11,  and ttho Seniors by a margin of IS to 6.  They are announced to provl.de! the -tana  with another game oh Sunday ufternoon.  Turnout and give them your support.  ������  >  NOTICE OF SM.E OF IMPOUNDED HORSES  JACK VANTIORN, Manager.  l^^'^^i^^^. __^2->i__?i $5* &������& ^j^^!2^3&}fe&'  R. A. COMFORT.  oh, WBIDNESDAY; JULT 2nd. 1080, a*  10 a.m,, by public auetion, at tho Pound  In tho Corporation  of the Villnao  of  Creaton, tho follow!h������ impoundeoY ���������������!-���������  mql������, narnoly:  1 'white Tu>r~o> about _0_fl 1U_,   '" '   '  1 boy horno, about 1000 lbs.  *  ui-leHB released boforet tho above dote.  _,    , ' T, LACEY, Poundkoeper.  OroBten, Juno 24, lOflO,  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  ListingsH-Moite_4  ...  CRESTON.    B.C.  aaaMi_a_������_aaVkaaaata������aa_Mft__a^^  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  i  GET YOUR  WORK DONE  so that it  will stay  done!  Modern  Ivfethods and  Mddeim   Equipment  Tnako a difference.  ":'.-AXitr/WORK  GUARANTEED.  lOllfll������������������'   ;  111 111 IBR11  Mdin, Si. at Barton Ave*  4  I  ^MWnnjgaVauWfa^WVJWa^^

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