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 /M ~  Provincial Library a.pl SI  a vi!m:';,_ri  ���������tv  Vi SFf%w  uu.    _c-._c_._L_..  GRESTON. B. C, FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 19,  1930  No. 26 27 .  liis^iiiie Helping       ^rr  Hospital Committee Authorized  I?*-.]-- _?-a.-.:~ i-._...>> ���������_>���������__  STi-aiy   j-ra^s-ai/   .UOIIIUIC    X.IU_UI   Name Conference Delegate���������  Bridge   Friday,  October 3rd.  8 Leslie Rowe. from Newcastle, -Snglsne,  arrived last week on a visit with his  cousin, Hilton Young, and will be remaining here for some weeks.  ������������������ "C-t_ _   _# j.a SJI* _._!���������_     ___      _ 2x_  arcuws ui tut: weuuuig  ue.io   _re . G_Uiw  distinctly heard in these parts this month.  Mcintosh Red apples are being  harvested this week, the first cars rolling  on Tuesday. The size is good but color  is not as high' as usual. The crop is  heavier than in 192S, but drouth spot is  keeping down the grade sonewhat.  Wednesday Big  ! ...  21.17  _.._**    -H<_-ll     ���������������������__���������������  ,#-  bL  The September meeting of Creston  and District Women's Institute on  Friday afternoon attracted a fairly large  attendance, and thd session was pretty  much taken up with discussing matters  in connection with the fall fair. Mrs. J  E Hayden, president, was In. the chair.  As the Institute is this year responsible  for the exhibits in cooking, canned goods  needlework and some other classes at the  exhibition, committees were named to  take charge of each section It was  decided to make an Institute entry in  the cooking section calling for twelve  a.ticles"of bakery, and the quilt the  members had made from wool donated  by an eastern firm was on display and  will be shown at the fair.  Word and cheque was to hand from  the Vancouver exhibition which indicated  that tJreston Institute had won $12 in  cash prizes on the articles of needlework  that were entered for competition. For  the 1930 Kootenay-Boundary Institutes  annual conference next month Mrs,  Cherrsngtcr. was named delegate from  Creston, and with her wiii be Mrs. R.  Stevens, who is a member of the  institute.' central executive.  The hospital committee submitted a  comprehensive report which was adopted,  and the. members were enthusiastic in  agreeing to the expenditure of sufficient  funds to furnish an Institute ward at the  hospital, the committee being given full  authority to go ahead and secure the  necessaty furniture, etc7 Later in the  year it is proposed to i ave a whist drive  for hospital benefit.  The 1930 edition of the Institute's  cook book is in the printers hands and  will be off the press by tha end of the  month. This volume is much larger  than the collection of receipes issued  eight years. e^O; and is exo@������ted to be- in  great demancT for. Christmas gifts. Tbe  tea hostesses were Mra. Pendry,; Mrs.  Lovestrom and Miss Beth Put-nan, and  the freewiii offering for the crippled  children's work was $2.15.  gjates*  was here  on   Sunday-  Special Attractions Better than  Former Years���������Baseball and  Basketball are Featured Along  Gh____p_������-_sh~ip School  Sports.  Mrs. L. W. Stephens was a visitor at  Cranbrook last week, accompanying  Rev. R. E. Cribb, who was in that town  for the fall session of the Kootenay  presbytery of the United Church  -.-������������������"��������� v  Mr. Bond, the waterless cookery  aluminum" salesman, has been working  in the Canyon section this week, and  reports good success in selling this new  ware. Up to the present he has sold  almost $2000 worth of it in Creston  "Valley.  Chas, Pipe, who has been in charge of  the forestry lookout at Mount Thompson  all summer, has come down from his  observatory, and is now at work in the  forestry office at Creston.  Announcement is made of the winners  in the gopher killing . contest sponsored  by the Farmere* Institnte. The.high  kill was made by Clarence Burns, who  has, 407 to his credit, with Jack Clayton  se-dncT   The total kill was over 2000.  Rev. Carl   Baase of Creston  for Lutheran Church service  afternoon, at which the infant child   of  Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Domke was baptised.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Phillips of  Kimberley aree spending the for part of  the week at the ranch at Lister.  Mrs; W. Brown and two children of  Moosejaw, Sask., are guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Harold langston. Little Miss Joan  Langston, who has been holidaying at  Winnipeg, Man., arrived with them.  The local residents, who have been out  forest fire fighting the past few weeks,  are all home since the quite heavy rains |.c  u- lost, ween,  Jas. Duncan, who has been in charge  of the cookhouse at the road engineer's  camp at Sanca, is home at present, while  the camp is closed, but expects to return  to work next month.  Gordon Hurry has returned to Trail to  resume his position in the C.P.R. roundhouse in that town.  Otto Dersch ha"? just disposed of the  former'Alf. Evans ranch to Fred Macht,  who is. already at work on a new poultry  house to handle 300 birds as a start, in  the poultry business. Mr. Macht is a  brother-in-law of W. Lindhorst.  R. T. Millner is.erecting an addition to  his residence, with A. R. F. Bernard  lending a hand with the carpenter work.  Frank Eaker is back from a business  visit at CsJgary and other Alberta points.  B.--Ri" Ilohmersr* who' for- some time  occapii^-^e former "Lyou ranch, is now  occupying the house on the W.. Mitchell  place.  Mr. Bond the waterless cooker  aluminum salesman, has completed a  canvass of this section and has had quite  good success In disposing or this new  ware.  The school- pupils at both Lister and  Huseroft are m active training for the  championship' school sports at Creston  fair next week. Huscrof^ school-, captured the championship shield in   1929.  Lister Farmers' Institute is booking  orders for stumping powder, which are  all to be in by Saturday.  @tfi  O   I HI  Winter  ' -.���������_!! gnd  Latest Styles and Shapes in n  wide range  of sizes, on  sale  Thursday-Frklay-Saiiirtlay  Sept. 25-28-27  in   showroom ��������� over  Imperial Bank*  lire one night at the first of the month,  when their packing shed went up in.  smoke. In addition to surplus crates  some implements and lumber were also  burned. ..���������"������������������  H. Perdue of the Perdue garage,  Creston, who ha * been occupying the  Miller house on tbe Alderson ranch, has  moved to the Grandview Heights section  at;CrestOH, taking the house vacated by  W. S. Bush.  Rgist.iie__iJ.mess  _p ���������! n_r  __L?   X^ousicii ifieeung  Fire Brigade Matters to the Fore  ���������Sidewalk and Street Improv-  ments at North End���������Make  Third Payment on Park.  The Valley's gjfd reliable holiday  attraction comes next week, with Wednesday, September24th, the big day of  the annual fail.fair, which, opens on  Tuesday for the talcing in of exhibits and  the judging, with the main building  doors to swing open at noon, Wednesday  for the seeing of the exhibits.  Entries closed on Monday and there is  promise of a better; showing than a vear  ago. This is particularly true in the live -  stock classes, a new feature to which is  the boys' arid girls'rcalf club, which has  been; worked up_ by vice-president   C.  oiit���������i!ffe- assCs  wiifch   _s3S  S.   total   OI  ten  entries. \?.  The   Women's -Institute,   which has  sponsored    the    Needlework,    cooking,  canned goods,  etc., will   have   a   fine  bit in these classes, and the showing  of flowers'will also be a good one.  For Wednesday's outdoor attractions  there wilL be the usual championship  school sports, which promise to be keenly  contested, and theHuscroft school which  won the shield a year ago, will certainly  have to step iively; to retain the honor  this year. v  At 2 p.m. there is a basketball game  between girls teams from the high and  public schools,' and at 3 p.m. the East  Kootenay championship baheball team  will engage in; a .contest for the final  honors. This garne is between Creston  and Kimberley. and Creston is out to  win. Creston trimmed Kimberley on  Dominion Day and on Labor Day captured first prize Ih the Crows Nest Pass  baseball tournament at YFerhie. They  will have their strongest team, as wiii  Kimberley, and the game is going to be  a dandy.      ., -���������>.���������*    .  There will be .pother attractions on  the grounds, including the ; wheels, and  .the afternoon .is:st^'tor,i>8 -a.-^ga_s ���������? one.":  . The-mana^lnentYhas, goneYto -much  expense this ye r to put o& a worth  while fair, and a banner attendance is  hoped for.     - '.'v.''  W. R. Long was a Wenatchee, Wash.,  visitor at the middle of the week.  Mcintosh Red apples commenced  shipping on Monday and all the fruit  packing and shipping warehouses are  working full staffs. Y  Walter Dodds, Douglas Putnam and  Stewart Penson had an exciting opening  of the hunting-season, at the weekend,  when they brought in a bear and two  cubs from the.Kitchener country.  Ben Leadbetter was the first local  hunter to get a deer this season, bringing  in a fine one on opening day, Saturday.  Miss Madeline Putnam left on Tuesday for Vancouver, where she eonamen-  ences her second year in arts at the B.C.  University. .  Misses Dorothy and Mildred Bridges  of Cranbrook are visitors here, guests of  Mr. and Mrs. F. Clark.  The Water Boare of B.C. with Mr.  MacDonald, water comptroller, as chairman, had a sitting at "the schoolhouse on  Tuesday afternoon, when the atter of  having some of the ranchers in the vicinity of Creston village as well as others  along Canyon, road connect up with the  East Creston irrigation system -was  discussed. We understand, that due to  insufficient fuuds.no action will be taken  at present.  Sept. 10.  Bert Young has just completed   the  erection of a   ew garage at the ranch. It  is about 12 % 16 feet.,. . ;  : - Mt. and- J^i*s=,''Wbeat|eys^njiv Mki.Mr.  Quaid of Missoula, Mcnta^,^  visitors here, guests of Mr* and Mrs.--.lase  Heric.-"  This will be your only chance  this season to pelsonally  select your  hat.  misa it.  fflfjfSintlBi  Mr. and Mrs. LeBarge and family of  Rossland are viritors here guests of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Wood.  Miss M. Hook of Spokane was visiting  here last week, a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady.  Anglican Church Bervice on Sunday  afternoon at 8 o'clock.  ���������.'  Miss A. Davis was a visitor at Riondol,  '(.guest of her sister, Mrs. Cornwall.  A meeting of the ratepayer, was held  here one night last -week at wh^ch a  motion was passed'., to open the old  nchoolhouse for danceB again, and also  to advertise same for Bale.  Miss E. Davis and D. Moon left for  Erickson, whore they are at work in the  fruit packing shed.  Mrs;, S.. Benedetti, who has been a  patient at Creston hospital, returned  home last week.  Byron Willis got back on Friday from  Warner, Alberta, where he has been for  the past month helping with harvesting  work.  John Parkin of Monarch. Alberta, is a  visitor here at present, a guest of his  pa ents, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Parkin.  Mrs. O'Neil of Calgary, Alberta, has  been on a visit with her mother, Mrs  Stace Smith. ~  Mrs. Barraclough of Calgary, Alberta,  is here on a visit with her. son, John, and  Mrs. Trevelyan.  Miss Alice Carr of the telephone  central staff at Fernie, 1b spending the  week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Victor Carr.  Mr. and Mrp. J. C. Martin are back  in their former home on the Mathews  place, with Mr. a"hd Mrs, Argyle .now  occupying the house on the Beytz ranch.  Reed & Mather had a rather disastrous  The September session of the village  council was uneventful. Even the grist  of correspondence was much below the  average, the only letter of importance  being from the newly-incorporated  village of Silver.on, asking for the lean  of copies of Creston traffic bylaw.  'In connection with traffic,.however, it  was decided to erect stop signs on both  Barton and Victoria Avenue at the  Intersection of Rlsin street.- After some  discussion it was decided to slash and  open up Murdock Street, one time  known as Birch Street, at the newly  developed residential section at the north  end. The reeve was named a committee  of one to handle some matters in connection with the fire brigade, notably the  securing of a brigade chief.  The council decided to grant the  request of residents at the north end  whose residences face Canyon street for  a new sidewalk, but befor beginning  construction R. Sinclair Smith will be  asked to submit survey plans to get the  a*^rfa������.1  ln^_*4"i ��������� *,   faaa.     ������>1*a    ���������.roll-   " .nKvA    +#*    a^&vA.  *������*_������. .wvww.v_  ___       __&_      aa������_.._.,     *_.__     __>     v���������u  1>resence of some shade trees in   that  ocality planted out by. Mr. Smith some  years ago.  In order to supplement their power  Creston Power __v i-ighi Company were  given permission to operate a Ford  tractor in the lane in the vicinity of the  power house. Goat Mountain Waterworks Company will be written to outlining requests that have reached the  council m the way of a wanted assurance  that the water pipes on Barton Avenue-  will be placed at a depth where winter  freezing will be impossible.  Accounts ordered paid totalled $842,.  and Of this amount $584= was the third  annual payment of principal and interest  on the fall fair grounds. The bill for  ��������� st-#i^:llgli|ng-,:runs--..to:': Just dyer.-$60 . a>.  moritlu'-:Y^V-Y -   ....-Y ���������������������������, ������������������.?������������������  10th,   to   I������|r.  Rossland   ia  the  hunting.  Doivt  MAWSON  H.   A.   Bathie, jr.,   of  holidaying here, taking in  Birth���������On September 14th, to Mr.  and Mrs, H. F. Packman, a son.  A. Gregory, who hn������i been a patient at  Creston hoBpital, roturned home on  Saturday.  There was a dance In the old school-  houno on Saturday night with mnsic by  T. Svonson and R. Wuldo, on violin and  accordion. During their stay horo they  wore guests of Mr. and Mrs, ,M. Hagen.  Monday saw the opening of ,duck  hunting and hunters were on the job  promptly, the flats ronoundlng wlthshotn  at an early hour thut morning.  ���������.   . j..' .���������;���������.'��������� v. /.     ��������� ���������  Wynndol is to have its first fall fair ut  the old .Rchoolhouso on Saturday aiter-  noon, Soptembor 27th, alonw with which  will go a nolo of cooking. The affair ia  under tho nuspicos of tho Womon'a  Institute who aro offering quite attractive prtEOO and a fine showing of tho bept  Wynndel .products \t: _ure to be on* Ufa  play, Tho fundn will mntorlnlly aaslnt  the Institute who aro providing treatment ������t tho Queen Alexandra Solarium  for a Wynndel child. So������ tho fair and  help n good ca,UH0, everyb *dy,  FAIR DAY  Birth���������On September  and Mrs. Henley, a son.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Arrowsmith were  called to Spokane last week on account  of the serious illness of the latter's mother  who is in that city.  Mr. and Mrs. Blaine and son, of Saskatchewan, have moved into their new  home on the corner, opposite the Crlsler  garage. They intend going in for ice  cream, confectionery, etc.  Miss Dahlia Speaker of Nelson arrived  home on Monday on a visit with her  mother, Mrs. Fred Speaker.  Mrs. R. M. Telford and Misses Ruth  Cartwright and Marcella Sanford were  Bonners Ferry visitors on Saturday.  Mr. Dugdale and Mrs. H. Campbell of  Bellvue, Alberta, are visitors   at  their  ranch at l_rici.son.  Erickson is well represented at Normal  School this year, "Miss Rub' Martin  leaving on Saturday,.and Miss Marce la  Sanford on Sunday,,, for Victoria, and  on Sunday Miss Margaret Fraser left to  attend Normal in Vancouver.   ���������  Pcrley Putnam of Invern.ero was a  visitor at his home hero during the week,  arriving on Friday.  "  Miss Marion .Heric left on Friday for  Missoula, Montana, where she will  attend sch ool this year.  Sirdar  ANNUAL  Fair Night Dance  Grand Theatre Gallroom  WecL Sent 24  Dancing NINE to TWO.  .  Al. Fredericks9 Orchestra  Gents,:������pL0Q.'     Lssducss SOc.  Supper extra,  Fair Night Show  DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in  "Th������ I-TG& Mask"  Show starts EIGHT p.m.  Regular Prices,  Sidney Rogers left on Saturday to*  resume his studies at Vancouver College.  Mrs. Horwood of Cranbrook was a  visitor with Mrs. Dibley last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pascuzzo were  Nelson visitors last week, returning on?  Sunday. ' "  Mr. and Mrs. Gillie and Mr. Crosby  were Bonners Ferry visitors, Saturday.  Mrs. Husband and family who have  resided in the McCabe cottage for the  past few months, left Tuesday to reside  in Wynndel, where Mr. Husband is now  employed.  Mr. and Mrs. Harlow left on Friday  for their home in Nelson.  Mike Talerico, assistant agent, is having his two weeks' vacation, which he is  spending in Vancouver. He is relieved  by Mr. Burton of Cranbrook.  Wet weather that prevailed moat of  last week halted grain cutting on the  Reclamation Farm, but on Monday Old  Sol was on the job in regulation style  and all five combines resumed operations.  About two more weeks of real dry  weather is required to complete harvest.  Local' ancl Persoiial  F. W. Ash took ovor the work of  assistant postmaster at the first of the  week, replacing Ben Crawford who left  yeBtorday for Edmontou,-Alberta, where  ho commences hin first year in medicine  at^ Alberta University,  The engagement is announced of M-ieo  Ethel McLean of Creaton and Mr. John  Wormoll of Kaslo. Miss McLean ia  associated with Mien Richards at the  Full Gospel Misnlon, and Mr. Worm ell  is in tho eamo work at Kasl _. ���������  In addition to quantity in yield the  wheat off tho Reclamation Farm is  making a wonderful showing na to  quality. Five of tho first oight cars  flhipped have, vmded No, 1 Manitoba  hard���������tho very mat tgrudu obtainable,  Tho GirlB Auxi-kry of Christ Church  are having a nodal evening, in tho Parish  Hall on Friday -vonlng* October 10th,  commencing at 8.80, Thoro will bo  court whiot and nil are naked to come  representing the title of a book. Adw.3_a-  ion 25 contn  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bush left on  Monday -orSpolauta,, Waa'h,, whoro tho\*  will spend a few tlayu while tho former in  consulting n Hnedaltat, nnd from thoro  they go to Soattlo anil fchon on to Vancouver, expecting to locate permanently  at some point at the count,  Under the auspices ot tho  Women's Institute in  _r_i       ���������   v    'v t    __  irarasSi oali '  CARDS at 8.16 p.m.  Proceeds to Institute  Hospital Fund,  Admission  50c*  Lunch included. THE   REVIEW,   CKESTO-5T.   B.   C.  Delicious Salada ipialify  is mm tnmM^&m&lw������ iwM%m*$r  *Fs>@6lfc from. tl&@ gaFdesiis9  Economic Unity Of Tke Empire  o  Within a few days the Imperial Economic Conference win .be convened  in London, England, and representatives of the British. Government will sit  down at the conference table with representatives of the self-governing  Dominions and discuss matters of mutual concern to all members of the  British. Commonwealth o������ Nations.  It will be a momentous, an epoch-marking event in the history of tlie  Empire. There have been Imperial Conferences in the past, but they have  had to do with constitutional and political aspects, of our Empire relationships. For the first time serious consideration is to be given to the  ���������economies, the trade and commerce of the Empire as a unit, and to tlie  future lines of policy to be followed by each British nation in its trade  relations with the Motherland and the other Dominions on. the one hand,  and with the rest of the world on the other hand.  The Conference, therefore, will make history % and exert a profound  influence on the future of earn, of the self-governing- Dominions, - the British  - Honeymooners Take To Air  Journey By Train Or Ship Is Considered Old-FasMoned  -j.o_i_-~.ii.Go.uo f.y HiSy .������������it.������> so ..cossi*.  mon-piace as a trail, or ship are np%  ''-tfgh.tfijlly old-fashioned" 'says &*%���������'  London -Daily Mail. A journey to  Paris by air is the only fitting beginning of a modern wedding tourY A  Croydon official says that honeymoon  couples are departing- and arriving  almost daily. Brides are ar-iving  from church .still In their wedding  gowns and veils, blushing- as they are  pelted with confetti while boarding a  'plane, which is usually decorated  with flowers, but nobody has yet attempted bo tie a lucky shoe to the  "tailskid.  Do You Value  Your Health?  Her Th_r������e Childrai-  Troii-bieti With D-arrhssa  i"rSrt~i'"ri_ep:.Lap_im'?i;~.:^^ iiaii.,   wr.ii'-es;���������;-''__y.  tltreO;y_ungcst^lindrep .vrerb very bad with iVi'axrhoea.''  I tried al_vl������i^8 oiieinedieSj until a kind old .lady.  told *lao.,-tp'|try-V'i>r. Fbwlor'a Extract of Wild .Stratw-  hbtfy'^''t got;*''"hot.tle Tight away'and Btrti'f.rVI glv-tig  it to thetn,.,and the next- day the diatrha'a IkmI  stopped s-ltogether. Now I will know whsit to ������"li������  ���������when any of rny children are" ' troubled 'that vrtiy  aguin."  Oath������ market for the. psst SS yenrs; j������������t op only  by T_.s T. -ilLlbttiiJ.iC'p.i Ltd., Torojato, Out.  Irn-  If your health ts poor: if you are  pale, nervous and easily tired; if you  suffer from headaches and backaches;  if your digestion is bad you may depend upon it that these symptoms,  came from an lmpoveris..ed state of  the blood.       That unless, tlils  eondi-  -!���������a.^     l,_~.  one in this condition, m hey enrich and  purify   tlie   blood  and   thus   promote  tion  Ss- remedied  a complete   ur-ct-.  down may follow. Dr. Williams' Pi  Isles, the -widely-scattered British  colonies- in  a word,  the whole Empire,   Pills are a perfect medicine for any  while at the same time its decisions will inevitably create a reaction in. and '""       "~l" '     "���������-*���������--  -���������-���������._������������������������ a-.-,,.-. *.������..  affect the policies of all other nations.    A nation can no longer lire unto  itself alone.    The adoption of any given policy by one of the major nations  of the world in the present advanced state of our world civilization affects  all other nations.     They must take cognizance of it and govern themselves  accordingly.    And if this i������������- true   of   the   action   of* any   one   nation,   it   is  immeasurably more true of a great union of nations comprising- one-quarter  of the earth's- surface and more than one-quarter of the world's population.  iae x-_r_j_.eoa_n_-g unpenai __cona_a_c -ODxr-rence is _raug.ii.,  with great good or ill for the- Empire. Today while politically and sentinien-  tally one, it is divided economically, each individual self-governing unit  treating:  each, other in matters of trade much the same as they do foreign  countries, and each coping" singly with great economic problems "which  through, joint action they might be able to solve.  The   first   question  for   the   approachin*"   Conference   to   consider  and -.  decide is: Shall this condition continue? Can it continue with safety to the !  future of the Empire? The Empire was created by conquest and built up by  trade.      The day has passed when Great Britain can dominate the trade of  the world. Entirely new world conditions have developed, particularly during  and since the Great War. As a result Britain has lost much of her world  trade   and   economic   and   financial  predominance.       The  whole  world has  become industrialized- Single handed Britain cannot hope .to regain her lost  leadership in trade and commerce, but cannot she do,so in co-operation with  the Dominions? Will political and sentimental-ties hold the Empire together  if   its   component   parts   are   bitter   rivals   in   trade,- giving   advantages   to  foreign ~oui-tt-i.es. regardless of the welfare cf sister British nations, solely  because it seems beneficial to the individual units to so act?  These are matters for the consideration not only of Britain but for all  of the Dominions as well. They transcend party politics everywhere. If,  is the future of the Empire that is at slake.  Assuming the decision of the Imperial Economic Conference to be that  such a condition cannot continue; that they must unite upon economic lines  as well as upon political lines; the next step is to find common ground of  action. Admittedly it is in connection with the working out of details of \  policy that definite, concrete problems of opposing and conflicting interests  will arise. They cannot all be solved at once, but a very real start can be  made along lines .of least resistance, leaving the future, in the light of actual  experience, to further extend ancl develop the agreed upon policy aa  circumstances may dictate to be of mutual advantage.  A recent newspaper despatch from. Ottawa intimated that the West was  not greatly interested in the outcome of the Imperial Economic Conference.  No greater misconception could possibly exist. The "West is vitally  interested. To a greater extent, perhaps, than any other part of Canada,  its future is wrapped up in a successful outcome to the approaching  deliberations in London. In no part of the Empire will tbe people evince a  greater interest, possibly even anxiety, than on the prairies of this  Dominion. *  health and strength.  Mrs. G. M. Andrews, Halifax, N.S.,  writes: ���������- "I always keep Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in the house. When  I was a young, anaemic girl they  completely restored my health. After  marriage my health broke down and  once more these pills brought me  back to health. My friends all tell me  how well I look and for this Dr. Williams' Pink Pills deserve all credit."  You can get these pills at all medicine dealers or by mail at 50 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Usetul lo Motorist  Rural School Supervision  New    Plan   Of   Rural   School  provement-Inaugurated  In  3as.-a.tc-.ew~a.  Ant!i'',U,r,"*erin'm,f   ixrnct    rv>ni-I~>   vae.p.nf 1������������  r. r-^--> -������~~_     __������_.��������� _     __.,._:_.������..-  by Premier J. T. M. Anderson, Minister of Education, of the appointment  of the first rural school supervisor  for Saskatchewan, under the new  plan of rural school improvement be- :  ing put into effect by tlie Department  of Educatiori.  Miss Mary Isabella Grant, of Cabri,  Sask., is the first supervisor to be  appointed by the Public Service  Commission and will assume her  duties immediately in the new experimental supervisory school area  in the neighborhood of Kindersley  and Glidden, Sask.  The apointment of rural suepr-  visors, according to the premier, is  being made in accordance wiih  numerous requests from school trustees and l^itepayers throughout the  province who wish to oo-operate  with the Department of Education  in a plan to provide closer supervision of rural school education.  The Minister of Education believes  that the experiment will do much to- ]  wards solving the many problems of  Saskatchewan's rural school,   education.  Detect Sounds In Water  Recent Invention Shows Driver When  Headlight  _*Tot Burning I  It is often difficult, and sometimes j  impossible to tell from the driver's  seat whether both headlamps are  lighted. Dr. W. Kennedy Fenton,  Toronto, has invented a simple, yet  effective and attractive little gadget  that is readily attachable to hea.d-  lights and constantly���������re veals to the  driver whether the lamps are lit or  not. They are small reflectors in various designs which fasten to the headlight rims, they are luminous at night  and visible from  the driver's seat.  Asthma Is Torture.    No  one who  hasn't gasped for breath in the power  of asthma knows what such suffering  is, Thousands do know, however,  from experience how immeasurable  is the relief provided by that marvellous preparation, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy,. Por years it has  been relieving the most severe cases.  If you are a sufferer do not delay n  day in securing this remedy from  your druggist.  Is is usually safe to say that when  a child is pale, sickly, peevisSi and  restless, the cause is worms. These  parasites range the stomach and intestines, causing serious disorders of  the digestion and preventing the infant from deriving sustenance from  food. Miller's Worm Powders, by destroying the worms, correct these  faults of the digestion. and serve to  restore the organs to healthy action.  Ultra-Sonic    Beams    Permit    Secret  Cortum.n.cation Between Ships.  Secret communication between  | ships, by means of ultra-sonic beams  projected through water was suggested as a future development of radiation by Dr. R. W. Boyle, of the national research laboratory at Ottawa, who addressed the fifth animal  convention of the Institute of Radio  Engineers in the. physics building of  the University of Toronto.  TJltra-sonics, or sounds that have  too snort a ���������wave-length to reacb^ the  human ear, have been used with success in the detection of submerged  objects, Dr. Boyle explained, and lie  believed  that future development  of  their use wotdd open up a new means  .. . ~  of conuxui-rication.  Showing sketches of ships provided with projectors of these beams,  fixed to their hulls below the water  line, he suggested that beams might  be interchanged between ships and  their radiations utilized by means of  code to send and receive messages.  Icebergs may be detected in deep  water more successfully    by    these  "I beams than,  is "Usually   recognized,  he said.  Steel hulls, or submarines could  be detected with accuracy when at  a distance of four miles, he said, and  land could be detected when six mites  away.  Despite the cold aiss? long -sunless  periods in the Arctic Zone, about  2,000 specimens of plant life have  been discovered there, among them  willows, junipers, ferns, mosses and  numerous flowering plants.  Perfect dyeing  s@ easily  Inhale  ma.  Minard's   I/miinent  for  Asth-  Malclng Sure Of Good Seed !  The Ontaria Department of Agriculture is taking time by the forelock in so far as making preparation for tl^e World's Grain Exhibition  and Conference, nt Regina. in 1932,  ia" concerned. Farmers are being  urged by the department to keep thla  year's seed in the event of the crop  of next year not being up to tho  high standard of former years.  c Whut'H Iii a Name  Winnie Chicken and Bert Bird, of  London. England, have announced  their engagement, which brings bad.  memories of another London afi'ah', a  little while ago when Archie Rook  was married to CarrLe Swan, with  Rev. James Crowe officiating as  clorgyman.' The couple were driven,  to their home, which they called "The  Nest,"  by  Robert Starling.  Predicts Speedy " Flying Subs"  Will bruise -Sight Miles Above Earth  ' Says Edward Warner  "Flying submarines." to cruise-at  250 "miles an hour eight miles above  the earth, wet;e predicted by Edward  B. Warner, president of the Society  of Automotive Engineers.  Cruising speeds of 100 to 250 miles  an hour were sufficient for prosent  needs, he declared, except In certain parts of the west and north,  whero travellers wish to fly 1,500  miles between dawn and suset.  When mure speed is demanded tbe  "submarlno" and the "rocket 'plane,"  long a dream, of Glen Curtiss. would  be developed, Warnor'Haid.  Commercial fruit production last  year i������ Canada had a value of $19,-  591,240, of which. Ontario accounted  for $8,656,097; British Columbia, 56,-  766,550; Nova Scotia, $2,830,088 f  Quebec, $1,145,846, and New Brunswick, $192,659.  DIAMOND DYES contain the  highest_qual-ty anilines money can  buyi" That's why they give such  true, bright, new colons to dresses,  drapes, iingei'ie.      '    -  The anilines in Diamond Dyes  make them so easy to use. No  spotting or streaking. Just clear,  even colors, that hold through, wear  and washing.  Diamond Dyes never give things  that re-dyed look. They are just  15c at all drug stores. When perfect dyeing costs no more���������is so  easy���������why experiment with makeshifts?  &iarnoiiid<4_|yes  Highest Quality for SOYaavm  JS#:|:SS_  25������__S  WS&Sjg.  ���������aStfe.  T5S"  Mi  W*4_i  ���������cr-r.J_  M  mm������  ssssss  $33!-  ^������_P_l&s.  ism  What mast people call Indigestion  is ii mi ally excioH.H .acid In the Htomach.  The food linfi iiourocl, The Instant  i-i������rm:rly Ih an alkali which neutralizes  ocWJh. Hut don't UHti crude helpH. Use  wliut your doctor would advlne.  The bunt help hi PJ.inipH' Milk op  M-i-jsnoHla, Fr>r the fi>C) yoarn since  U,m InvcnM'on It hi������n rercmuvMl nlnn<l-  ard with phynlcLnrjH. You will find  nothing I'lMfi hc������ <|iilc?lt In IIh effect.  uo l.armleii!i, uu uluclcnt.  One tasteless .spoonful In water  iieuti'ull/.eH many times its volume  In acid, Tho results are Immediate,  with no bud uftev-ofl-octH, Once you  learn thin fact, you will novor deal  with execHH ncld In tlio crude wnyti.  CU> loan,������������������������������������iiiiw--why \Ma method ttt  fiuprenie.  Be Kiire to jyot the genuine) Phll-  llr>H' Mill< of lMnf;nei>iia juwicHbod by  phywklanK for 50 years in correcting  oxcomm ncldH. Much bottle eontabm  full ULraaUonu    any Urugntoro.  Africa Inle-Csted In Grain Show  EJvklonco that competitive exhibits  from far off Trnnsvaal, South AMcar  will be received for entry In the  World's Grain Mxhlbltlon and Confer-  cmco at RogU.it, 1982, is found in a  -equoHt to the ol-lco ot the exhibition  Cor a number of tag's for attaching' to  exhibits. The I-Tartebeostpoort .Experiment Station at Brits, Transvaal,  Is alHt) anxious to receive special in-  Jformuiiop r_g.mlin# the exhibition of  corn. .*  Tho fifreatost ralstalco wo can make  In life, Ih continually, to bo foarliiR'  that ^-o Hhnltl malca ono. Never explain. Your'fiibnd.s do not need it,  and your enemies will not believe yon.  tm  "'Mi  mk  Cut __towm  ���������EP.rtl-i_____ln_i     \32_ur rf^^W'tiJ'#__tf_fia_���������  ������������������'by covering all perishable  goods with l^ara-Sanl Heavy  Waxed Paper. Pa ra-Sanl  moisture-proof teKturc will keep  them fresh until you arc ready  to use them,  You'll find the Para-Sani sanitary  kntfc-cdg<^d carton handy. Or  use "Cetijtre Pulf Packs in she^t  form for. less exacting-uses. At  grocers, druggists, .stationers. ������������������������������������'  Hue Mlm.nrH l.lulmeul ,for Foot All-  iiientsi.  M-a������a-������M������M-a-------������---i---������ mm ������MHi-������l k-.iiinn i m.-������������a---w  W.    K.    U.    IBM.    .  Western Representatives:  HUNTEH-MARtlN & CO������������ REGINA, SASK. ������HE    UEVIEW.   GlMESTO>r.    B.   C.  /  p&ea  WPm&'WBmWWkzM-  ���������Biiiffln   S3 SL ESsS ,  mkmmmk  jgg gti��������� ������*"_r-i na-  r      "B^huS tW^l* ������Cf������K^.'*3������rf3-fta ���������.  ������*_������.' cud-;- 'tt_S3_: la -^ttlnBto. EnMa-t# ������v-������i-  3_U."��������� __t-^JZl5ufl_������������. 6?������_������ tt&% farae. pala  -at--s!ssst������.-_&S*SBa 8*** _-r,Ss������-'Sa:-e<_,.;-3!y-i,'  '������*__. fctOMia- ������ieas* -_--_-_���������.���������_.������- ~=^=_4=*=  got a. g-irl,  perl-spa j Icept woksdesing hbw you were-fe<  o seeabout fbdng" up i ing. -.-Don't cry, please, whatever el  Ct^loLfet'te _Pci__>e_rs  _.cr������������ Doubta oook       ~   ZJkX.WtmBm*4\  BSO .Leaves vHk?  a_9-_a-T-  F.n.at You Can Buy/ ^W     a__-B___Fg  AVOIP IMITATI QMS ^  ���������;h.^sS;<ja--A' visit.   If   __.__.lei   Baker's ! of trouble get^g inine down, too ���������  .tight and he's  he's come back to see about fixing up  UiQ-iouse, getting1 It ready, for her,  y$i������{_KvS&f*9*. _'jc������tifc-.!s__ojf������5, ___ -Ltui-'t. say,  e^wvtnfd. _,a3.03at .-Ifo Y, ^e,-wes?6 tcra-busy  .;,-' dhannSoas-^<alclnjfc suspect that:-_s:  her gTaixdmother looked down de-.  Etturel^ and. helped herself to & bit of  omelet, she was thinking-: "I ought to  be ashamed getting her all stirred up  tVllct  -nroM    T\t������4aa>4- T  a&A    1.I.O    ������������������*������������._..   ww.1*���������_._������  ���������___    ���������_--������    __���������__>     TV___>aa  i.iu.isfiiiitiieiiiiiiiieiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiGiiifj  -I  -5  ���������_=  SILVER  RIBBONS  Y '������������������ ��������� BY��������� ,-'���������;  CHRISTINE  WHITINa  PAR.ME1NTER  -3  S3  .1  ���������'il- - .;���������;���������'-;   Copyright 192B   ,,���������.-'Y .   -S  ni ii.������ii3ii������HiiBu.i������iiiisiiuiiyiiiii!iHiiS  CHAPTER XXIX.  (___&rmias_ awoke next morning  with that strange sensation of something .gone wrong that comes after a  bereavement, the pain of which has  bees lost for a while to. the blessed  -oblivion tlss-'* descends on us "With  sleep. It was a moment before she  understood its meaning, and as the  truth dawned on her there came with  it the thought that Jim was home  again, and her heart lightened. His  presence would make things easier���������~  ���������divert her grandmother from too-sad  thoughts. laying there in the room���������:  ;���������   +_._   ..-���������,..   __.._ _���������._���������������_-!   i._^i     i-A���������_j'  aa.     _u_     v__jr     ._vca_���������������*_-___%_    w_m������ ~ aa_a___������_9  where    she    was     born,    Charmian  thought gratefully that.Jim Bennett  was a lighthouse,  making the  dark  waters through which   most    of   us  must fight our way, at times, safer  and brighter  for  those  whose, lives  touched his.  She closed her eyes a moment, then  as a sunbeam struck across her face,  tossed back the covers and going to  a window looked    down   on    sleepy  Wickfield. Main Street had not quite  -wakened, and only the Merrys' Gypsy  was abroad, going about his business  ���������soberly with but a glance for Miss  S_izzie's Persian pussy that adorned  a   fence   post,   "'Jais   mind   on   higher  things," smiled Charmian. .;  Somewhere farther down the street  a door slammed, and-a boy whistled.-  A new day had begun."  "And after all,'' mused Charmian  as she turned away, "what difference  will it make a Tiundred years from  now?   The  world   will   go  right  on  without the Davises. Grandma and I  and all our troubles wil.;be forgotten.  Cheer up!"  This she endeavored to do as she  mixed Grandma's    favorite    muffins,  made individual omelets, and ran into  the garden for sonic late blossoms to  adorn  the  breakfast  tabieT She put  the  coffiee  la  the Davis  cof.ee  pot  though it was too big for two; and  urandma. said as she took her place  at the table:    "Are    you    expecting  . . company ?'.'.,_...   ..  ., %  "I merely had a sudden desire -for  dtyle/V a-nswered the girl. "Besides, 1  was lip early and had time to do  ^ things properly. That'si a good omelet,'Grandma, and I'll feel hurt if you  don't eat every scrap. It's a gorgeous  morning, isn't it? I'm going to jrun  down street and ace Miss Garfield  about my duties at tlie library."  This was a good excuse for going  out in the forenoon,; something she  seldom did; and Grandma saldt. "I  shouldn't wonder if Jim dropped in  this morning. Did ho say when he  ��������� was going back to California ?"  'Charmlan glanced up, while for  some unaccountablo reason her heart  pounded.  "Why���������Is ho going back? T. took it  .for  granted   that  he  was  home  to  .stay,"     ; ' ;.   ��������� ' , ���������  "You ������nid once that If, Jim left his  mother out iii California you'd look  for the .'end "of the world," retorted  the (old lady.    ''Maybe lie Is going to  "��������� i:������.fc������y;'"but: I jioH of; flu."n.iaed ho was  - mmmmmm***mmu**fm**m*im)**mm  ';���������'.���������' ,\ ��������� :y ���������";    ' yy'>Y; ,,-Y ��������� ���������>;��������� .���������;>���������  \^,.,^,,u>,,rm^  ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^  &m.  W.    W.    U. Y1854  John Carter kissed her? But St won't  hurt her to be on tente_-_ooks for a  while, and   maybe   It'll   help   Jim.  ITather  used   to   s_v  I was   a   arood:  j faatchmaker. .  .   .  ."  |     "You cam find out easily by asking  j him,"  broke in Charmian. "Do you  mind if I start the dishes, Grandma?  I havenx much appetite this morning, and there���������s a lot to do bef b*re I  go down town."  "You haven't eaten enough for -a  sparrow," complained the old lady  with a. glance at Charnaiaii's plate.  "What's the matter -Vvdth you, childy ?  Did Ji____x^s coming back take away  your appetite? Breakfast is usually  your test meal."  Gtearmian laughed and arose, having a feeling that she wanted to remove herself from the line of her  grandmother's . discerning eyes.  Grandma mustn't guess -what her  morning errand really was, nor how  her innocent remark on the possible  reason for Jim's visit had stirred heir  heart. As she filled the dish pan with  scalding water she thought bitterly:  ..-j--������������������ ��������� ������������������ ~_i-_>_   ���������3������-T-.f Tlioro  rcn iftpo   iSxi. ��������� _   ngut.    ....     _.i____  may be a girl out there - ; '. ���������. his  mother said so.- . Y . . And if he  wanted to���������to say-anything special  to me, * he had chances enough last  evening and didn't take'em..   .  . ..-I  guess it would serve me right for not  appreciating, him; when���������when .   .   ."  Charmian caught her breath. Two  tears splashed into -the dish water,  and she winked furiously as Grandma  called: "You come help me into the  shop, dearie, and if Jimmy comes Til  send him out to wipe your dishes."  "Most likely he's helping Aunt  Salina to wipe hers," responded Charmian. "Her Mandy has gone home to  help usher another grandchild into  the world. I'm going to open a window, Grandma, and let in some of  this ������loveIy air- It doesn't feel like  the; ^.rst of September,, does |t?-  There goes Gam Garfield reading the  paper as usual. .Some day he'll run  into a lamp post and bump his head.  Now I must skip or my dish water'll  foe. ice ./cold."  It was at half-past nine, and Charmian was about to change her gown  for the momentous trip to the Wickfield National, when she heard Jim's  voice in the hall below. He whistled,  and she b came to the stairs, leaning  over the'banister to smile a greeting.  "Helios Juliet! Anything I can do  to help?"  "You;.n*ay entertain Grandma till I  coi^i^downV I'll be there in a^I-Ty; ���������  sOo'n 'mia'i. change my dress.''  "Whjy waste time changing ? You  look all right to me;"  "I'll look better  in ten minutes."-  she promised,  laughing;   and  replying that such a thing couldn't'be possible, the. young man, went back to  the front'room.  ., "I've been opening the windows in  i-ny,;'.;;^*;^^^:^^^!!,'''' lie began.  "Believe me, Grandma Davis, my  motliei; would take the first train  East if she -could see the dust. The  lawn looks like a hay Hold; and  Towser and Mousor almost wagged  their tails off when I approached.  Cliarmlan promised to look after 'em,  but I don't believe she's done her  duty. They acted lonely. I'll have to  speak to her about it. Say! George  K. tells me that tho deacon nnd JLuolla  have struck a squall. What's tip?"  She went on to explain about the  "trial marriage," nt which Jim exploded, Ho didn't oven hear Charmian's b top rmti I she sal d: ' 'I'm. ijo-  lng to a'toai Jlni fo^ a> while, Grandma. You've sopn more of him than 1  have, and there are a dozen things I  want to tttll< about; We'll bo back in  an hour, attd ���������pern'ttps-' you caw pbr-  suade lt.mi to stay; to .'dinner. Ready,  Jim? It's almost ton o'clock.*'      i  "Now don't hurry bnck on my'ac-  couut,1" aald Crnnclmw, an the, glr!  lclHRod her, "Seems to me you look  kind of polo this meaning. You'd better lallygng aroi'iwd iuid have a Veal  good time whllo you"ro '"linou't it,"  "She can't help having n, good  tltno If sho lallygaga, with mo,1' Jim  boasted, grlmtlng; but his faco grew  iftorlonH as they roaoltad the sldowalk,  autl ha maid! "Btiuk up, Chamiiuu.  You look liko a ghost. I don't bolievo  you ato your broaitfn'at, X had a bit  feel-  else  you dp, orl'll be likely to blubber in  __���������!-***���������������>**-������������������*��������� !*-���������*      ������*������rf      ���������v.*?    -.-"������*t*_?*_"Q ^^O'M      <*c-'  .  **"  .til J ^-fi-aVB^^V VrA_-^������   .;    a_i> ��������� ��������� ^-gf .,., -V-.*^/, ������������������.      -������ yjy w wy ww������4-��������� ---������_ '      ' *���������  hard-boiled collector of interest will  be,in ruins." --;,;':     ' :,  ���������*-% shan't cry/'^she promised;-and:  then, after a silence, "It's a big com  fort having.you along, Jim. I wonder  lf'youlinow-r-";     :  "Know what?" he urged after another Tvangg.  She looked up, her eyes meeting  his in a glance that caused his heart  to thump so loud that he wondered  if she could hear it; but all she said  was: "Here we are at the bank, I  wonder if my purchaser has arrived.  It took five minutes to get through  the greetings of Jim's one-time fel-  a_���������   ���������__,-___.    _..-    ���������___    __    l__x    4-t-_..  ivn    rruinciD,    u>i_-    vvx-c���������l   a_  xcws_   tucj  entered George K.'s sanctum, he was  alone:  "Crh time," he said approvingly,  with a glance at the clock, "and the'  deed ready for your signature. No  need to" delay because your man is���������  er���������]u_iavoklably detained. I heard  from him this morning. He sent a  check, and said he'd call on you  when he got here, tomorrow probably. Charmian, my dear, it breaks  my heart to see you look so utterly  done up. It's a blow, I know; but  after all, it's the sens.���������-"  "Hush up!" Jirn. interrupted, much  to the surprise of the kindly banker.  "I beg pardon, Uncle George," he  added quickly, "but this poor kid is  sick of being told that she's doing  the right thing. She knows it's the  right thing, but that doesn't make it  easier. Is that the deed?" He lifted  it from the desk, read for some moments, and then said: "By all the  rules of good business, Chsrmian. you  ought to peruse this screed before  you sign it; but the way you're feeling now I doubt if you'd understand  a word, so I've done it for you. It  seems to be perfectly o.k., a3 of  course it would be if Uncle George  had anything to do with it. Sign here,  please."  He was pointing to a dotted line,  while the banker watched ham from  under lids that appeared to. be half  closed. Charmian drew nearer,  grasped the i- unfamiliar per.,. signed  her name hurriedly, and then looked  up with such- a. brave attempt to  smile that George. K. was obliged to  oiear^iSvthDc^.^-;"-';;-;'���������.!...  "It doesn't look rnueh like any writing," she commented,-^^ glancing down  at the unsteady signature. "My fingers seem to be all-thumbs this morning. I���������I^r-" 1'hen a bit of her. self-  control gave way -and she added  desperately: "Oh, why didn't that  man ������toe{ I wanted to meet him  and get it over with, and���������and go  home. Why couldn't he have  come?"  Despite his weight George K.' arose  with surprising,swiftness. He. put a  comforting arm across her shoulders  and said huskily: 'j!Charmian, dear  child, we dtdntt mean to torttire you  like this. You'see���������" * V  Take a dash of -  ENO'S/'Frtiit Salt" in a glass:  of water evory morning-. Millions do this daily because they  know that ENO���������g-entie, effective, non-habit-forming���������is the  deadly foe of constipation?  In cases of acid stomach,  fatigue, billiousncss���������EMO is  invaluable. For more than  sixty years it has been the  standby in thousands of welS-  regulated homes.  A Peaceful Army Of Invasion  German Tourist* Are Now Flocking  To French Capital  No sooner had the French evacuated the Rhine land* than an army of  Germans invaded Paris, with this  decided difference���������the French, were  soldiers; the Germans were tourists.  Germans were excluded from Paris,  first by the war, then by the enmity  between the two nations which continued after the war. Withdrawal  of the French from, the Rhine removed the last trace of war, and a  host of' Gerx_.a_-5 "Wexit on ������u "osacs!  little Helps For This Week  A-P--1  "For we walk by faith, not by  sight."���������2 Corinthians v. 7.  Thy God hath said 'tis good for thee  To walk by faith, and not by sight;  Take it on trust a little while;  Soon shalt  thou  read the   mystery  right  In the full sunshine of His smile.  ���������John Keble.  As the arm grows strong only bsr  work, as .the memory increases only  when made to carry weights, as the  eye can see only in lisrht,  _?o faith  mission to the French capital. They  are   made   welcome and the French  government has offices in Berlin and  other cities    where   all    needed   information is given.     Germans travel  through France in a very different  spirit   frona   those   who   began    the  journey 16 years ago and whose war  lord  made   an   appointment   to ^eat  dinner  in Paris  on a certain day���������  an   appointment   which   he   did   not  keep.    They   come   as   friends    and  are    received  as  friends.    France is  exploiting    her    reputation    as    the  show  ooi!ntrw  of ISuro7^������,  and is  as  ready  to   show   it  to   Germans who  come unarmed as to    other,   people.  But   what   commentary   on   human  folly is the fact that 16 years have  been needed   to   overcome    the   estrangement of two neighboring nations.���������Bortland Oregonian.  has a chance to develop only in darkness and trial. There is no room for  faith in the daylight; anybody can  trust then. _Do not even the -heists  so? But he who on the darkness of  the tempest-tossed waters can tr*ist  Him who stilleth the storm,���������he, and  he only, can claim to walk by faith.  ���������M. J. Savat-e.  Worms in children work havoc.  These pests attack the tender lining  of the intestines and, if left to pur=  sue their ravages undisturbed, will  ultimately perforate tbe wall, because these worms are of the hook  variety that cling to and feed upon  the interior surfaces. Miller's Worm  Powders wiil not brily. exterminate  these worms, of whatever variety,  but will serve to repair the injury  they have done.  i,ike a Grip At the Throat.    For a  disease that is not classed as fatal  there is probably none which, pauses  more terrible suffering than asthma.  Sleep is impossible, the sufferer becomes exhausted and finally, thougli  the attack passes, is left in unceas^-  ing dread of its return. I>r. J. I>. jECel-  i������-ioroj'g jVstluTia R.e__tsc!,' is S "^render���������  ful^remediaF agent. Jt immediately  relieves the restricted air passages as  thousands can testify. It is sold /by  dealers everywhere.  Minard's' Liniment  . .*_, . _ -a  -._<OI{U>  is    a   household  Il^uaily Worthless  Henry jPord is quoted as saying  that experience la ^he only thing we  can take away with us "when we die.  It ia a curious notion, especially In  view of the fact tliat it is about the  most useless thing we could take.  However, it seems equally worthless  to others, most people being" influenced by no experience but their own,  and not always by that.  YOUNG WIFE   .  STRENGTHENED  After  Taking   Lydia   E*  Pinlthar_-'a Vegetable  Compoui-d  ��������� ' "���������' i ���������  Bancroft,  Ontario���������"When  I first  took J.ydin. 13. l*inUbam's  Vegetable  Compound : I.  had been married  about nil year nnd  my strength \viui.  leaving mo on account wf my condition. X was only  10 and it wits my  first child. My  mother told mo I  needed nomo1,hh.K  "to -toady my  neiveft and a girl  _,,.... ,.... chum told me to  take Uui'VirtjKfitttblp Compound. I ant ao  thankml 1 did hociwlfla it Btroiiathoncd  my wl������n1������ HyH*������in nmd now T feel pnr-  foofcly w������lj and bjivo a nwoet little baby  bov.'���������Mho. J. B, STAUtua, Uanumrt,  Ontario.  Chinese  A-skisig For  l_iitry  Of Fami.ies  Residents    Of    Canada.  Will    Ask  Premier  To   Grant   Request  In an effort to secure modification  of Dominion immigration regulations  to permit entry of Chinese women  and children into this country, 30,-  000 Chinese residents of Canada will  shortly petition Premier R. B. Bennett to consider this request;  Dr. Tehyi Hsieh, managing director of tho Chinese Trade Bureau, of  Canada and United States, will voice  the request, it was learned. He arrived In Ottawa after conferring at  Toronto with, members o~\ the National League nnd *>fher Chin one  bodies,  .,  Billions In Forests  In the latest official estimate of  Canada's national wealth a. value of  over $1,866,000,000 Is placed upon the  forests of the Dominion,, including  the accessible raw materials, pulp-  wood and capital invested in" woods*  operations. .Large as th/������ sum is, it  covers only a part���������possibly not more  than half���������of the total economic  stake which the Canadian people have  tied up in one way or another in forest resources, industry and trade*  IQxternnlly ot Internally, It IsGoori.  ���������When applied externally by brink  rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Eclectric OH  opens the pores and penetrates the  tissue, touchiuK the seat of the trouble and immediately affording relief,  Administered internally, It-' will still  the irritation In thOAthroat Which induces coughing arid 'Will relieve,1 affections of th# bronchial tubes and  respiratory organs, ,13ry .it" ..'.and' .In*  convinced. ���������.,*., Y' ..,:. -' .';        -���������.��������� ';.'-.->'.. ^ "..  C.MM    M      _%      PR KMftg     jjBJS&V      taa__?     Q3--I t-T  i"i Q mmfUp 1C He En������  C Em.  B      F ^mP Sm    B Tmmmmm'  Now Gonerntlng tJnlt For Moorc Jaw  The iSJatioual JbighL ������nd ,3Power  Compdriy, of Moose Jaw, lias ordered  a new .10,000 lew. generating unit  from tho C. A. Parsons Company, of  TCnglantl, dolivory to bo made* early  In 1031. Improvements and extensions to tho plant amounting to  $���������140,000 will begin in tho near future,  according to tlio local manager. -  Inlmle  MlmirdV Liniment K<V>r Ah.m-  i        DIM  CHILDREN hate to take medicine  na a rule, but every child loves  the taste o_ Casloriu. And this pure  vegetable preparation ia just as good  as it tastes; just an.bland and juflt oa  hartutcss t>B.the recipe reads.  Whet. Baby's cry wsirn^ of colic,  a fevti* drops of :CoBtpria "1ms liim  boofclietl,,asleep pflilln i..<a, jifXy. Nothing i������ an are -valuable, iu diuuUejJU  Wlien coated tongue or bad breath  tell of constipation, invoko its gentle  aid to cleanse and regulate si cliild'a  boweLn. In cohb or,ch.l<dlrcn,'H discas-ea,  you should use it to keep the system.  from clogging,  Castoria is sold hi every drugstore;  the genuine always beam Chan. II.  Fletcher's. ������3gfn a lu re.  I .-m*  m  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  ������M_43.  _=W-_w.v__?_=rf?  SURVEYOR  AR&HITEOT  CffESrow.    -    a.o.  The telephone  would have  saved her the  _rt*ln  "Goodness?,me!" said Mrs4  Brown, "Pvej ust been to town  to get my table provisions, and  I've   forgotten   the   meat  for  _     . .    TJ  X  ������a"lj-|  UIIU  telephone installed; I could just  call up and have the meat sent.  But I didn't���������so I guess there's  nothing for it but to make the  trip over again."  You *may be sure Mrs. Brown  hasn't experienced that trouble  since.   She immediately had a  telephone installed, and now  does practically all of her  shopping by telephoue.  dinner. I wish   I'd   taken  the  ���������_-.AX._--_!  lao-rt  <X_-fe*~1-������.  IA*  Visit the Main Building  The tw6 most important thmgs  _ -fall -fail*  ~������  _)__[..������:������_  hV.Q cn.n'flAaei   tfvf  Kootenav Telenltofie Ge.  LIMITED  THE CRESP"*^ w:\fis_iaf  ���������--Baa.     VllfcaW I  VII     ��������� _������������������ W 55_-������W  are exhibits and paid admissions.  With entries closed at the first of  the week little emphasis can. be  laid on that particular feature,  except to exhort all who have  turned in entry forms to see to it  that everything entered is placed  on exhibition next Tuesday. See  to it that nothing prevents you  bringing in every article you have  assured you will display.  Due the unusual situation that  obtains at the local grounds,which  is minus the customary high  board fence, the annexing of the  usual haif-dotlar admirslon is  pretty much a matter of conscience with the adult exhibition  visitor. If one remains away  fro . the main building he or she  can have all the other fun of the  fair without any admission expenditure.  This year the directors have  done ^heir best to provide an all-  round exhibition that should  prove more attractive than those  of the ^ast few vears and in this  good work they have the full support of the Women's Institute*  which should make the indoor  display well worth seeing. To  help amuse the crowd outdoor  attractions that have been missing  t_ie past _ew years, are again  provided.  To pay for these attractions,  running expenses and prize money  considerable revenue is required.  nay the fears expressed by Mr.  Neil! are shared by all who have  had even naif an eye open to note  how the jobs on the roads have  have been distributed the past  two years.  "Just how serious unemployment will be in the district the  next few months cannot as yet be  predicted, but it is morally certain some part of tae twenty  millions will be required* and if  all who will be needing help are to  get a square deal Mr. Esling had  better be' busying himself deviti-  ing a different plan than the one  now existing for the allocating of  needed employment.  Under ordinary conditions people more or less complacently  tolerate the "machine" (but by no  ..--A--.---.A..-.-1i  im������*������w^mSm\***mm*������*tm^*mdkm*mi*m^**  17.. ;-:'   ���������=1:* ���������  means  labor-saving)   0.1 1_  JU-  highway matters, but conditions  this winter are going to be anything but ordinary, and right now  is the time to be laying plans to  prevent a discrimination that is  all too obvious.  Damaging  Telephone Lines  t.;.  4  4  4  4  4  ..4  ''i  Prime No. 1  Mutton, Lamb ���������i> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUH  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM9 BACON and LARD  GL&NDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  '4  a  4  I  4  <  4  I  4  4  4  4  ������  4  4  4  4  ���������*  J  ns ���������  ,a._i_pfe _n  IMPtiaHII    1  i__J  BUKN_&UUMrAm,-I  1  H'^'fyrf*1 *)iw**rm*fw  ���������vwst*  'W"V'\*"9m*"*"V*J'  -V"-/-vr-v v^-v  e*  ���������o  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.59 a year In advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner. Land the one likely place to secure   j these  needed fuhds   is the paid  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, SEPT. 19 admissions, and both on the score  of seeing the Valley's show  window display in fruit, flowers,  needlework, cooking, dairy products, jams, jellies a^d preserves,  as well as doing your bit toward  financing the fair, a special  request is made of all to visit the  Here'&'a Good Idea  ' With the season for church teas,  diuners. whists, dances, etc., again  . at hand, a very bright idea has  been passed along to the Review.  Our correspondent's idea is that  due the outstanding success scored  by the dramatic talent of Trinity  United Church a few weeks ago in  the presentation of "Nothing But  the Truth," to say nothing of the  pleasure given the large audience,  and the profit to the church management, the three older Protestant denominations have now a  splendid "opportunity to co-operate, with equal financial benefit  to the community at large as well  as the churches interested.  Our correspondent believes a  conference should be called of the  heads of the afus, the guilds and  the auxiliaries, at which not only  the likely dates throughout the  year might ������be allocated, but  agreement entered into for some  sort of exclusive rights in the  matter of money'raising ventures.  For instance, with their reputation now established the United  Church might specialize in dramatic entertainments ���������say, in November and February or March.  With the Parish Hall at their  disposal the Church of England  might have the right of way  with card parties and dances,  leaving the teas, the porch parties  ^ and pantry sales to the Presbyterians.  By eliminating the competition  among the churches in the matter  of teas and home cookery merchandising, /particularly, other organizations that require public  support would fare better, the  public at large the better pleased,  and the year's cash intake not  one cent leaa than under-fche present uncontrolled and highly competitive system,  The year-end dinner*) and baz-  anrB, of course, must not be interfered with. All tho organizations  Hnouid retain these time-honored  affairs to, by comparison, demonstrate their ability as aales ladies;  "lest the aidn be put to shame,  iiH the undent charge hm it.  Disruption of telephone service through  the breaking of insulators of telephone  poles may mean more than an inconvenience to the telephone publie or the telephone company. It may also result in the  loss of life; property or vast sums of  money.  . With this in mind the Kootenay Telephone Company, Limited, ts asking the  co-operation of the public generally in  preventing acts of disruption, which, although done in the nama .of fun, have  such serious consequences.Involved.  A person may wish to make an emergency telephone call to summon a doctor.  or give an alarm of fire, or an important  business transaction may depend on the  putting through of a call; but because  someone, without realizing the seriousness of the act, has broken insulators on  telephone poles, _the circuits are out of  service and the calls cannot go through.  "Boys, throwing stones or shooting  sling-shots aire the principal offenders,  but the guns of huaters are also said to  do considerable damage. Recent reports  of telephone men show, that within a  section of lo miles, 125 insulators were  broken in two months, telephone service  Unemployment Relief Fttnds\be^f^\re^ times as a re-  r    "   ��������� suit. The  creaking of insulators on one  III*  _.f-s<s_-Ii. Mvllfis_-.*lig  tajIS y������3,i *  i it u tmir  We have a Track suitable for every job  General Cartage, Contract Hauling- Machinery, Woo'ei Supplies, Gravel. Building  ^_tT������_5 ��������������� rv ���������*������ _ n. 1  iv_La_3uLt-LlCl'������-  FRUIT HAULING a Specialty  Reasonable charges.  "WT-a  T������   ������_���������  Comrjetent drivers,  m, *  finish our work ois time.  O  Cf~__?  Sole agent for GALT COAIi.  m������  ���������B  i <���������_-��������� -l.-J---m-J-----J-w*---k-������ ' --*���������->-= a-kr-fe_-fc.    *    _^--fc.--_-v_--L-..--_.---L-1.A--fc.| -*_-^M|_^_ *-^nftir^tl������tf1--iJ_-.-ilAi iff. a _���������_ _ -h - ift-f  r  In connection with the vote of  $20,000,000 that Ottawa is making to help relieve unemployment^  the federal Liberal opposition  deserves the commendation of  many of the people of British  Columbia for the fight it made to  have some safeguards placed upon  the funds that are handed out to  the various province tc be spent  on public works, more especially  highway betterments.  That British Columbia is suspicious that such funds will hot  | be impartially distributed among  the jobless is indicated in a resolution fathered by A. W. Neill,  independent member for Com ox-  Alberni, who asked that where  money was provided the province  should be made give a guarantee  to use the funds for the relief of  all in need, regardless of what  their political faith might be.  And the Review has no hesitation in telling W. K. Esling, M.P.,  that in this part of West Koote-  telephone pole could put as many as 15  long distance circuits out of order.  Insulators, in this eonneci^on, are the  glass cap, on telephone pole_ to which  the wires are connected instead of being  fastened direct to the wood, Deliberate  breaking of insulators is a criminal  offence and prosecution will follow detection.  PIANO WANTED���������Will rent piano,  must be in good shape. Mrs.J.H.Doyle,  Creston.   Phone 61.  JSTOTICE is. herelmgjyeri   ��������� [-_*���������������.-������ -_ that on and  after August 1st. 19B0, lands in the Railway Belt and Peace RlVdr Block-econtly  ret^ana-e-fed to the; _&ovlnce by the  Dominion, come under the administration of the laws of the Province.  It 3s the desire of the ^Government to  foster settlement In-conformity with  these regulations and furnish all available information to assist this end, but  no consideration will bo given persons  squatting upon or entering Into occupation of such lands without authority.  W.. OATHCA-tT,  Deputy Minister of Lands  I ��������� _       ������������������ 'i'.V'.'.'i'n';.    Y ���������  ak_UaaaK<������JaV_-_---aaa>  WiMT&R  We have been appoijgted sole agents for NEWCASTLE COAL  from Drumheller, and JEWELL COAL from Wayne  and Lethbride, Alberta. These Coals are good No. 1  Hard Coals. In both Lump and Egg Stove. Prices  are right. Buy a ton. pleuty of good TAMARAC  CORDWOOD.   Stock up now for winter.  4  i  4  4  -<T  4  4  <  ������  4  4  4  4  TRAMSF  REGIWATSON  ALBERT DAVIES  "*rm*^*rm*rrwr  i  l������"f'T"������'������'i������'T'������-������'T'������>r-������'T-i> ��������� <r-���������.-���������> "vajf ���������ar-'������"V-������������������ ��������� ���������'-"ar  *  a  HP  ������aaWaaJ-aWa4Ukaaa_a^aa*ka������aa-a_aka_^  mmmmmJk*^  The Conso5idated Minitig &  Smelting Coiflpany of Canada, Ltd  Offiee, Smelting and Refining: Department  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  t.        Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  \ Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc,  t TADANAC BRAND  a^^ayaya^yway^ywaywyw^ya^jaw^atw^ yaiiy wM.������iy.ii|||ra������y^^ll<'yaMa^aaj>ayaaB;aa|^ay^yaaya'i^^iy.iM^ >���������  4  4  4  1  .4  4  4  4  4  'wwy������i|  A  ^_^^^^^-_^H ^-^_  Thrift  mwam  mljmiilimi*>i  .,'iiN*,i ���������..v .  thati  ip  consists   in   spending  you earn. ' ~-['���������'������������������'���������;;'??''  If by careful economy you can  nave money,  you Kav^l^jpii *  long step towsirdi vcontenfc_*S:iefe ''  We pay interest on Savitifli������i?tM������-  n.nce8 and shall welcome yonr  account. ���������' <'{':''^"\L������]'  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20*000^000  lUtserve Fund $20,000,000  Creaton Branch  H. J. Forbc_, M_i.������B������r  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  Bigger Value for 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 tho biggest value for  the money on the motor car market today.  If you cannot afford a new car. bring} in your old on������ and  let us put new life in it, The latest^ piece off equipment we  haye added to our shop ia a Liplo valve .Mochme, iiniii; it-  certainly does turn out a real valro'-Jbbw ������������������  Oar Shop Equipment  is zhe Best and  our Mechanics know how tip handle it I  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  Pf-4    tmm*   am    a*    m    Hn__   ftwwk J***j.     M.     Ii���������**     Mi     O"1**.    *****  REMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    ift,    MAXWELL  WKFIVIftr ON ANVTHtNCI dPHSnATKI- MV (-MAOLINK  laaaaaa_Maa_aaaaa__Ma_^ THE   GBBSTON  REVIEW  ran  ������.-.������_������������*.������,_.  taPUllI   ������_  1-1A PY  <_ r\r\  ������A/a-J.\-4 .  _i  DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS  in ail adaptation of SHAKESPEARE'S  Tami-iiT  S   s_^a5_������B _ 5  ^a  BIS9-7  congregation is instructed to proceed to  hear candidates and Mr. St.Denis was  appointed moderator during the vacancy.  Rev. Dr. Douglas reported that he had,  in his official capacity, visited the fields  and found splendid work, done by the  students in charge. A few changes were  made in the personnel of standing committees. Rev. P. McNab takes the place  of A, A, McKinnon as presbytery treasurer. Rev. F. St.Denis convene? the  home mission commi tee. and Rev. Mr.  Bell that of Sabbath schools and young  people's society.- Rev. P. McNab was  appointed interim convenor of Kimberley. '. Commissioners to the General  Assembly reported attendance and that  remarkable progress is being made  throughout the 44 presbyteries of he  church. Thenext meeting is to be held  in Creston, at the call of the moderator,  late in February. ���������--  Word was received last week of the  birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. J. Fioren-  tino of Cranbrook.  Special meeting of W.I. was held last  Thursday, 4th September, and final  arrangements for fall fair and sale of  work ma, e.;' The matter of shower for  the Creston Hospital was talked over and  date set for. Sunday, the shower i;o be  fruits and vegetables.  The shower for the Creston Hospital  was a huge success. The proceeds were  taken in on Monday morning.  til _  me  aL^"!  : 1  __C  mJ   iiac  ltV>f a.   -TIUV1I.9  appear together for the first time.  A  _P)rf������^T___Tw*or-   a^nrnar_.o_->  with'. ATI   "AlT-flyO.!  FUNNY !     It's only after you've seen this laugh  tornado   that   you   know   \tfhat the   world   means.  Rib  up the family ai  niv and  yourself iiyw.  *J BT  REGULAR PRICES!  Christ Church, Creston  d'UfVL//4r, oner3*  Matins    -nd  CRESTON���������11.00    a.m.  Holy Communion.  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m.. Evensong.  ensong.  Oi-aUAIa-^-I.OV p.ItL.,   J_i  .A.a-.aV ,<-.-..A.-..-..a-.-..->.  -..������-.  TRY OUR SEHV10E; YOUU LIKE IT  Modern equipment mazes'.  .*'��������� *    -E1_-''Dl*_-'_._l_.Lll'    ���������'������������������'.  I    (U>   ItUW>Wd_UIG������  Not something for  nothing, but satisfactory work by  honest workmen,  at a reasonable  cost.  Try our Service-  It will please you.  Routine Business  Features Session  Wynndel  Main St. at Barton:'Ave^.  HHIVVyVa_r^atfVaaVVl_ra,,a_p^tf^nV,'N_^  *qpMp  M*waMSmV*rm^  lam ��������� _������_-_������_���������    3  "Ngws Stand.  Magazine Subscription Agents.  Lending Library and Books.  Kodak Filling Station.  Pntont Medicines.  Toilet Preparation..  Surgical Supplies'.  First Aid Goods.  Drug* and Sundries.  ���������Pttl-SCRIPTIONS.  Perfumery.  Musical Instrumrnts.  Shoot Music.  Victor Records.  Radios and Phonographs.  STATION t_HY.  Ofllco Suppllos.  Parker Fountu n Pi?nn. v  Watches nnd Jowolory.  Sporting Gooda.  Candy and Molr'H Chonolates.  Novelty and Bridge PHssos.  Cigars and Clgarettos.  Finn Engllrih China.  Summer ComfoM;H and Novelties.  YOUR WEIGHT FREE.  Creston Drug & Bookstore  September Meeting of Board of  Trade is Uneventful���������Road  Matters     Prominent���������Delega-  \ tion to Interview Premier.  / ���������;_ .  Routine .business featured the, September session of Crestori' Board of Trade  on Tuesday night last, which attracted  an average attendance, and was in charge  pf President Mallandaine. . *: , '  ".C.O. Rodgers, chairman of the transportation -committee, .-���������. had a : varied  report. 'In connection, with last:������. onth^s  ;coh-ere_t_er~. between the .Idaho and  BritishaColumbia authorities as. to; the  location pf the B.C. link of the North  and Stfuth highway, the minister of  public works notified that the situation  is having; special consideration and a  definite announcement may be looked for  any day now.  Mr. Rodgers also   pressed   upon   the  board the desirability of   having   work  done on roads in the West Creston area,  and the need of something   bigger  and  speedier in a ferry   at the Reclamation  ! farm.    He reported the twin bridges on  [the   flats   in . very   poor   shape,   The  j minister of public works will be written  to ih this connection.  vsli   *aan v/la.t.itai.iwi.* .Tuiu  i-S t loasia   _jr_i4.������_   <_.  I Trade that Premier Tolemie is due in that  city towards the end of tha month to  attend a complimentary banquet,  Creston board named President Mallan ���������  dalne, S..A^������peer$, C. Q; ftbdgersivQs: F������  Hayes aridj Geo, Johnson ^cp^mitt^e.fco  interview the premier on the need- of the  district in the way toi Improvements of  various kinds.  President Mallandaine, who is* at the  head of the board's hospital.committee,  reported progress. The department at  Victoria has given the .hospital, which  will be known as Creel on Valley llbspital,  full registration, and the hospital inspect-  or will be here vety shortly for tho  usual inspection and report Assurance*  have been reeo'.vod that the customary  government grant will bo,forthcoming,  and tho village Is ftalso aware of Us  financial rt-sponeibility and js preparing  to act accordingly.  The board's committee that is handling  the special attractions at the fall fair  reported things moving nlcely.but rogret  was expresstib that tho fall fair directors-  had been unable,to induce the village to  paint tho main building prior to this  year's fair.  ���������a a*      - r 1 _-  *XT_l-.,__   ���������      _, -������_i*___���������__  ivxrs. iv_u_i������y vi _n uivusp is a visitor nere  with her daughter, Mrs. R TJri.  .  Mrs. Taylor is a Lethbridge, Alberta,  visitor, the/ gu^t of her daughter R/Irs.  Baternan, -Y\ v -Y . _';-   - :..        r. 1 ���������'  S. Mathews of Winnipeg. Man., was a  visitor here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  Towson,  Mrs. Ringheim accompanied Mrs. E.  Wood on her return to Kimberlpy  last  week. ���������'"._  Mrs. Ogilvie of Harrop was a between  trains visitor with Mrs. Ogilvie last week.  J. W. Cory of Medicine Hat, Alberta,  was a business visitor here last week,  Mrs. Manuel of Creston is a visitor  here, the guest of Mrs. Grady.  Mrs. R. Uri and Mrs.Mosley were  Nelson visitors over the weekend,  Mrs. E. Uri also spent the weekend in  j Nelson.  E. A. Hackett, who has been helping  harvesting near Lethbridge, returned  home last week, the harvesting being  completed. .  ( Matt Hagen, who is working at Blueberry, was home for the weekend.  Young Wife Afraid to  Eat, Lives on Soap  "Afraid of stomach gas. Hived ou soup  for 2 months. Then I tried Adlerika  and now I eat most anything without  any gas."���������Mrs. A, Connor.  Adlerika. relieves stomach gas in TEN  minutes! Acts on BOTH upper and lower  bowel, removing old poisonous waste you  never knew was there, Don't "foot with  medicine. which cleans only Part of  bowels, but let Adlerika give stomach  and bowels a REAL cleaning and get rid of  all gas!    Creston Drug & Book Store. ���������  F.  H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  I-Ssttngs solicited.  CRt_STON.    B.C.  We itivite you to inspect our  new stock of  which have just arrived !  Newest Shapes.   *  Nice assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  - - .     ... fi  Am NilrsthGlli  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Full lUQspe  ���������*?'���������':     '   -���������a-fe  m^mmzt. Hasp  "_>J_jLr J-ij-VSAxJi-a ��������� HAiji-.v.-i  VICTORIA. A^pl.   1"  '  CRESTO^f-f!'     f  Sunday, Sept.|ll  ���������    $. <  11.00"a.m.       | j  Morning Worship  ,~ .. ���������.s.aop.m.., :. |j; ;.  Sunday School & Bible'Class  7.30 p.m.        I '        ;  Evangelistic Service  7.45 p.ii?,^-Prayer Meeting,.  THURSDAY #���������. '���������'..  ^45Ypj-..���������Evangelistic   Service.  ^^rEverybody Welcon^ I  year-  Keep FERE  at Bay tviih  liYPRflf!  mm  FIRE seldom visits  houses having  Gyproc \7aiiboard  ceilings, partitions,  walls and sheathing.  On the  contrary  ���������������_-_-.-.��������� i���������" ���������. i-  many homes.  This ��������� p a o n e e r Canadian  fire-safe gypsum board has a  new improved finish that  takes any decoration. It is  just the thing to use for  making extra rooms in she  cellar or attic.;  Quickly erected, inexpensive, structurally strong,  Gyproc Wallboard gives perr  manent lire protection.  .Your dealer's name is  ^ist^d below. Ask him today  $oxi'.������^:fa������Qttn9tipn, or write  fqf interesting free book,  "'Building and.Remodelling  with Gyproc.'* *  - .  GYPSUM, LIME AND  ALABASTnsns; CANADA,  LIMITED  Vancouver - B.C.  ^eN_rwn\^_w  wjwm,  t  ^ilfe^  . "       ,  For Sale by  Ch as. O. Rodgers, Creston,  B*C.  KootenayPresbytery  v.1        . *...      __-.������-.. i  ���������The "Presbytery oC Kootonny of tie  Presbyterian ClvurclvIn Canada held the  regular fall meeting in NelHpn on September 2nd and Hrd, Thoro were present  roprofio..tnlives Erom nil tho churgOH, except ono, "Rev. Mr.'Boll's term of ofTUo  having expired, Rov. F. St.Denis, Trail,  was elected to fill tho chair for the next  term. Tho call from First Church, N������l  oon, to Rov. Jas. Yqungaon, Kircftldy,  Scotland,   wnn  reporlerl   rloiflfnorl.     Th������������  Drop the  Skyscrapers  vftth SuperX  WKSTEiiNSub_r'X,with ita Sliort  Shot String and ty to ao yards  greater effective range, knocks  down the haglvflying ducts and  gceee. No wonder shoo-cro'  everywhere say it'a the finest  load of all. Get your; ammunition and hunting supplies here.  Farmers  *W������aaaa'������ i������������_.������l.a_<a~aa .'-lu^UuIUv-  V.'MAV^JS'ON  w  This Bank is ready to coiv  ������icler   your   financial   re-  Stu-rcments and to make,  oasis, "W'l_,������_n "warranted, in  anticipation of repayment  from the sale of crops and  livestock.  The Manager of the Bonk  will give careful advice and  ���������painstaking service*  j ��������� ....  ���������'���������   40������    j  IMPERIAL BAI.K OF CANADA  B-flE-A������ OrrBCES TORONTO  I Capital and Rosarvft $ 15,000,000 I  ��������� ������  CHRSTOM        -       -   ���������    - J��������� S-'W_ ClOWESw Menesgor  Branch*! al Motion. Invmrmore, Cranbrook, Fornio ���������EIIIlI   REVIEW.   CRESTON;   b.   a  Many people, two hours after eating-, suffer indigestion as they call i������.  3Ct ia usually excess acid. Correct it  with an alkali. The best way, the  quick, harmless and efficient way, Is  Phillips.' Milk of Magnesia. It has remained for 50 years the standard  ���������With physicians. One spoonful in  water neutralizes many times its  volume in stomach acids, and at  once. The symptoms disappear in  five minutes.  xou wui never use etude methods  when. you. know this better method.  Audi you will never suffer from excess acid when you prove out this  easy relief. Please do that���������for your  tfvvxj-r\' es-.tr/-__.Y../vrar  Be sure to get the genuine Phillips' SSilk of Magnesia prescribed by  physicians for 50 years in. correcting  excess  acids.     Each  bottle  contains  *ai11  .nrx%r drugstore.  September  1905-1930.  TU._>   ������._.���������+  Steele cf September was ������ ?e<!i letter period iu the history of the  twin, prairie provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, as it marked tlie silver  anniversary at the creation of these latest members of the Canadian  Confederation out of a portion of the vast North Weaft Territories.  When these provinces were, inaugurated tweiaty-five years ago. It was  estimated for financial and other purposes that they each contained 250,000  people,���������an estimate which a census taken in 1906 proved to have erred on  ths side cf generosity to the new provinces. Today these two provinces  contain over one and a half millions of people. Prior to the creation of the  new provinces, the people resident in the Territories were represented by-  ten members in the House of Commons; today Alberta and Saskatchewan  have a total of 37 representatives in the Commons.  In 1905, while population was steadily increasing through immigration,  settlement was sparse indeed, and large tracts^were still wholly unsettled,���������  even today the area within the two provinces is one of the least thickly  Bay Only Empire Goods  Women Of Vancouver Have Started  a Worthy Campaign  Under the instance of the- Yaneou-  veivCouncil cf Women, more than 2,-  000-women in Vancouver have signed  pledge cards to ask with respect" to  every purchase, u Where from?"  They are then pledged to insist Upon  British Columbia products made or  grown In Canada, or Empire goods.  The campaign is to be continued.  In the 70 womenls organizations  affiliated with the local, council of  women, there are more than 10,000  members, and all of these are to be  "asked to sign the "Where from"  pledge -and to act upon it.  The cards are in two sections,  with perforations to allow tearing  apart. On one half the name and  address of the signatory is kept by  the local council. Tho other half  ������s taken, by the signatory and can  we placed f__ a conspicuous  the home as a reminder.  ���������������������������/���������  #p*������^  ;rYv^ii_.;i_5;Y^.:  BmdBtm,  ���������a_ ��������� _  . Mr. yil������, ^:;<J0op_r/;MaugE_.sj'-:^jj&.^ "^\-rite������:  ^e_iir7i_.gc^ Tritli-j-iy.  ���������fiu__.Iy(,~&hdYo^^ .,���������  ��������� -very: '.__tteh;;^ith^'oiora. -.��������� v7hVh''--w04;aTriv������!d��������� X. had st"���������  ��������� fvw 'hamrn to wait, and told one of the 'attendant-, a t  tho station about it, and ho asked, me, il t had ever  t-ieoL Dr. Fowler'_';. Extract;������- Wild ;8.TG.ybe>rvv. I  had never heard of it in England, so.lie tohi wp I  could get It ia "Winnipeg..', I'am'pleased to say I  had only to give the child.;four doses nnd he got  well and was quito cheerful by the next morning."  THE REASON WHY  settled portioxss. not only of the -Ooini  of the b&bitable world.  T*cw ������������������*_.>_ Kr_ -3 *  ���������M,   ������>*  WJ-aw^l  ��������� -Lai 1  ^esrs ago this great western empire was served by one main  line of railway, and only a few branch lines; today the country is crisscrossed with lines of steel,--- Saskatchewan itself-being the second province  of Canada in point of rai_wa_* mileage, "being surpassed in this respect only  by the older, richer, much more populous province of Ontario.  This great fertile prairie^ area,  to which twenty-five years  ago many  people questioned the wisdom of granting full provincial status, has in many  otb.es  the most i"_jii6L-3������S.foie _Fansforn.������ations, and  Thin,    Weak     Children     ISPeed  Baby's   Own   Tablets  Malnutrition, or suability to derive  nourishment from-food, is a common  trouble with little children and is entirely due to stosnach and bowel  weakness- Another cause of loss of  flesh and sleep is worms.  To oorrect stomach and bowel j with  troubles and thus banish constipation  and indigestion, break up colds and  simple fevers; expel worms and allay  the pain which accompanies the cutting pf teeth is what Baby's Own  Tablets were designed for. They never fail to be of aid and can he given  with safety to the youngest babe.  Baby's ��������� Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brogkviile, Ont.  recorded a more phenomenal growth, than any other portion of the world in  a like period of time. Its productive capacity has amazed other countries,  and today the out-turn of the year's operations in the prairie 'provinces is  the barometer of all business in Canada.  Coincident with the settling of the farm lands, thousands of hamlets  and hundreds of villages came info existence, villages became towns; towns  grew -into cities. With ever-increasing railway facilities,. modern telephone  systems, one of the most efficient educational systems in. the world, good  roads and modern highways, hospitals, and all the requirements and necessities of twentieth century it'fe, the last Great West of the pioneers of the  closing, years of the last century has passed! into history, being ^replaced by  two of the most progressive 'and up-to-date autonomous provinces of the  Dominion.  As has been the case with all other lands- and nations, this record of  growth has not always been maintained at high peak. While there has never  been any retrogression, and progress has always been recorded with each  passing year, there have been times when things have "slowed up," when  periods of depression have come, when the more faint-hearted were inclined  to raise questions and entertain doubts. There have been temporary periods  of hard times, and during the quarter of a century under review there  occurred the awful calamity, and progress-destroying event, of the Great  War. Nevertheless, steady growth, permanent growth, has been the outstanding characteristic of tlie first twenty-five years of provincial history of  Alberta and Saskatchewan.  This year, owing to a combination of climatic and world economic  conditions, Western Canada, in common with the rest of the world, is passing through another period of business depression. There is unemployment  for some, loss of crops for many, greatly restricted incomes for others, and  generally less prosperous Limes for all. As is always the case at such times,  there are croakers and pessimists abroad in the land, but they are but a slim  minority among the great mass ot P-otjIc who 3ive on these prairies and have  made  them  tho  magnificent  provinces they  are  today. _ ���������  Twenty-five years may constitute quite a portion of a man's" life, but it  is only a fleeting second in tho life o'f a nation or a province. Every individual must experience some ups and downs in life; without reverses man would  become a flabby thing. The same ia true of nations and provinces. Out of the  difficulties of today will come tho basis of still greator progress, fl more  permanent and satisfactory form of prosperity. What hao been accompliehed  In Alberta ancl Saskatchewan during the past twenty-five years is but the  forerunner and a promise of what the next quarter of a century will  rocord. Now is the time to prepare for it in. order to reap the maximum  benefit from that inevitable new era ot expansion and prosperity.  Ship Strawberries To Australia  The extension of the British Columbia- markets for frozen strawberries to Australia was effected the  other day when 160 cases were shipped off, having a dead weight of  more than two tons. This follows a  small, experimental order sent some  months" ago. Good prospects are seen  for future business along this line. ������  Experiments With Rockets  Expect To Obtain Valuable Informal  Hon By. Penetrating Upper  Regions-    .  -experiments in shooting rockets  to extreme altitudes, financed by  Daniel Guggenheim, will he carried  on by Professor Robert H .Goddard,  of Claris University, "Worcester,  Mass., at Roswell, N.M. That site  was' selected because of favorable  atmospheric conditions. _  Prof. Goddard Ijaa been --conducting- rocket experiments since 1912!  with the regard of the -Smithsonian  Institution,. Clark: University and th������  Carnegie Institution. Mr. Guggenheim recently made", a- grant to permit further work.  At Roswell, small rockets will be  sent up first and Snally one capable  of ascending from 50 to 75 miles, will  be sent up by gas propulsion and  parachutes to regulate the  of the return to earth. The  rockets will carry thermometers,  barometer electrical measuring apparatus, air traps to collect samples  of air at various altitudes and other  instruments.  Pending completion of preparatory  work, it cannot be announced how  soon the. work at Roswell will begin.  _-.^._^a  _>������J<_������-U1  Canada's Primary Industry  Agriculture Gives Occupation To  Iaarge Percentage Of Popnlatioia  Agriculture is Canada's outstanding primary industry, having a pro=  duction value of nearly $2,000,000.-  000 annually. When considered in relation to the subsidiary industries dependent upon; it, agriculture is the  real leader in Canadian enterprise.  As an industry it provides gainful occupations, directly and indirectly, to  more than fifty per cent, of Canada's  population.  jrert������������ui B_dr������ is irresistibly appealing to all women who appreciate  charm and elegance. Its use keeps  the complexion always clear and  beautiful. Tonic hi effect. Stimulates  the skin and makes it wonderiully  soft-textured. Softens and whiten*  the hands. Persian Balm is equally  invaluable to men as an excellent  hair fixative and cooling shaving lotion. Splendid also to protect the tender skin of the child.  The Influence Of Color  Certain colors may influence the  strength, of buildings according to the  theory advance*! by an fSnglish scientist, who has discovered that by  painting steel blue the effect of the  sun's rays on the steel is reduced.  - Conditions Is__pr������YBS3-"  Fair indications that conditions are  improving throughout Canada lie in  the fact that "SALADA" tea sales  show an increase in the past five  months of over 400,000 pounds in  Canada. ���������  SB     y_a    ^MjBM  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will drive worms from the system without injury to the child, because its action, while fully effective,  is mild.  Interesting Exhibit  ���������*- ��������� ���������  ___.__ _>A-i> *, _���������._  uitLLi u_i.ee test long.  a human ear is one  ���������_. * n������av  .������*. "    *_ ������___._.  of the j  features of the recently opened Ger- ;  Did  Inspector���������Got away, has he?  you guard all the exits?  Country Constable���������Yes,    but  think he must have left by one of the  entrances. ��������� "**  I  !     _>xore  j model of  j lxuau  hygiene  museum " sn   Dresden, ���������  Germany.    The "model  shows   every)  organ involved in the sense of hear- j  ing,   making  it  easy  to  understand  how sound waves reachxthe brain.  we  There's scarcely an ache or pain  that Aspirin will not relieve  promptly. It can't remove the cause,  but it ivill relieve the pain! Headaches. Backaches. Neuritis: and  neuralgia. Yes, and e ven rheumatism.  Read proven directions for many  important uses. Genuine Aspirin  can't depress the heart. Look  the Bayer cross:  Minard's    Liniment  Abrasions.  for   '���������������������������Cut*    and  "it is hot so much the peaches, but  the.spirit in which they were sent,"  said the parson, as he ate the brand-  led peaches sent him by one of his  flock.  flLjflllfll.f.l.l.fim.IilllfHlil^^  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you will be repaid a  hundredfold iny tlie health of your Poultry and Livestock  Use For Cherry Pits  Yield Valuable  Oil Which . Cliantlivt*  Believe May Become Popular  Chemists have recently discovered  a valuable oil In cherry pits, which  should prove to be a high-grade  droning- for naiad and useful for the  manufacture of cosmetics and for  aomc pharmaceutical preparations.  Since a hundred mil]ion pounda o_  flour cherries are annually canned in  Michigan, WlHComdn, and Now York,  It ifl altogether likely that this now  oil will become popular.  CJaimda'H. Coal Production  Coal produced in Canada, in 1920,  totalled 17,490,557 tons from the  mlncH in Nova Scotia. New Brunw-  w:_k, Saskatchewan, Alberta and  British Columbia, Imports of, coal  last year amounted to 18,_10,ao6 tons  of which ,14,400,881 toner came from  tho United Staler,  t������_*  ������  3  3  most obb tttm^  MADE     IN  ORiGiftAL.   GLASS   SUBSTBTUTE  ENGI_AN������     SINGIS   101.      ON     ORIGINAL "^PATENTS  E  'JThla unbreakable glass substitute la  tight and flexible, easy, to cut and fit,  will withstand extreme changes in tem-  perature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet.   but  'After yearn of rl._.irnntl������m. now In  perfect health," ������������.��������������� Mr. A. ttueh-  ������m������. Tliou-flfitlf. vrrito rli.umiMk  uolnii, uoiirttlii, vanish. Iltco manic  wlth'.''rul������.������.tiv������mwXoifiii������li������Uon,ir������dl-  8������������ilr>fi ������n<| ovurnlslif, Wrrv������m QUidC.  ^t"VruH.������.tivaB"ln)mdruMla(ta_������y.  ���������*#AfliP$R|J+^^  W.    N.    U.    1_���������4  AlwayH keep Donjrlas' ipjgypti-tn  Liniment at hand, ready to bring- immediate relief to burn������, noro������ nnd  felony, Stopsi bleeding: at once. Pro-  vonts blood poiEwmtnij, Splendid for  eioro throat nnd quln������y.  B.SKl Nffc Advnntiiftp  Two inmates oC tho county farm,  south of town, wore d.BGU8Hlng their  rcupoctivo viaoa, "I've novor Bmolcod,  ohowod, ounnwI oi- taken n, drink ������*nd  I am 78 yean, old," "Well," said tlio  other, "I Hinoke, chow, and have,taken u drink, but :i. can't hoc (hut you're  any bolter off than I am."  OUT DOWN  VOU It l.OHti-JH  JIIY INST-UXING  WINDOLITE  Umo Miimrd'H  rmititM.  Liniment for Fool  All-  allows the full sunlight to enter. Including the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Rays, which clo not , penetrate ordinary  glass.  WIND0LITE  .IN  -.ir'iOOHVi.JSi  v;;"'V" J:IIOU8K9  BUMROOMS  ETC.  s  ������3  =3  S3  S3  a  S  1  MM*  -3  Rt  &  MhM  MMMMM '  WuM  ' ft*  Mftjtf '  Canadian breedem of poultry nnd divest ocjc are finding Windolite a moat satisfactory  and profitable investment. Young chickens and turkeys are entirely free from leg weakness and disease and will thrive in confinement under Windolite. ���������" Windolite comes in rolls  Any length, but S6 inches, wide only.  Distributors: JOHN  A.  CllANTLEK  & C0.,^LTa  61 Wbllitiffton St. W.        ."       . . ���������   ��������� _ TORONTO, ONT.  hU..ll.ll.limiil|l!III.II||||SI8^  <S*\  mm _TKE!   REVIEW,   CBESTO>T,    B.   C.  .-/  IVSoihers!    Don't Risk  Their Health With  Violent Purgatives  Constipation, is one of childhood's greatest enemies. Unless  the Intestinal system is kept clear  arid clean ill health is almost sure  to, follow.    ���������  But severe-acting" laxatives are  dangerous. The bodily system of  child or adult is not meant to  withstand the. unnatural, forcing  action caused by ordinary, cheap  rftl Tifirtioi  END'S '"'Fruit Salt" in a glass of  water,    every    morning     is    the  safest,   surest and  most pleasant  way to inner cleanliness and 'perfect health.  gieilaHltHinilinilll-lilSflilllllEllllSElHil^r    Sweetheart! Was this her inarticu-  " -_- ��������� . la������6, jimmy ?  Charmian didn't know  SILVER  -BT-  CHRISTTNE   WHITING  PARMENTER  E  Copyright 1929; ss  Slll.llUUlHSfill!Mll!lil}(IIt(iI.IIIIIIKf|l]g  But Jim" Bennett suddenly pushed  between them. "Clear out," he commanded brusquely, with a nod at the  door marked "Private." Thus was the  president of the Wickfield National  Bank ejected from his own quarters.  He went peacefully, but not before  he had seen something that caused  him to blow his nose with exceeding  violence as he closed the door: Charmian was weeping, her tears soaking  the shoulder of Jim's new suit.  "You promised not to cry, dear,"  Jim reminded her after an interval.  She stirred,* as if ~ to move away,  but his arms held her so relentlessly  that she relaxed and said,"not raising  her eyes: V'I'm terribly-asliamed to-^-  to give way like this, Jim.    But-���������but  I  felt so-homeless  all .of  a sudden.  '��������������������������� ���������  -    ~ '.'.,... -  Her voice trembled with heartbreak. Jim couldn't stand it. "Don't  say that, Charmian," he cried, his  own voice shaking. "Homeless! Why,  you've got that precious little grandmother, and���������and me���������any time  you'll say the word."  Under the new coat she felt his  heart race, -as Jhers was racing. It  gave her oourage to ask shamelessly: "Then���������then you aren't going to  be married, after all?" -  "Not unless I marry you, sweetheart," he answered.  his voice could sound like that. Pora  moment she forgot the homelessness^  that had brought her tears���������forgot  everything in the sense of relief that  flooded through her as she gasped:  "Then there isn't a girl in California,  as Miss Lizzie said?"  Jim smiled, thinking how innocently his mother had played into his  hands. Hfs arms tightened as he ans-  understand, how well the M._>. was  fixed1finar-cially, ,and. I wanted to  make sure you'd have the house. I  hadn't doped out just how I'd give it  ���������hack ,.io,:.:ybu,^\hja������; i'd found a way..  *������!������.looked .then.'j&&' if it were the;7or),ly.  ttfoing -I/dYever be able to do for you,  dearfr^-and: 1 wanted -to ; do so much!  And then ^ncle^George wrote that be  suspected you'd turned down the(doc-  tor, so^-well,. I thought if i owned the  place, you and Grandma could stay  right on as caretakers and fix it up,  the way you've always wanted to. I  even hoped 'that, as time went on,  you'd get to see that the love I had  for you might be worth considering.  "And then all of a sudden I  couldn't bear it! I knew I'd got to  come home and find out where I  stood. I got up at midnight and began to cram things into a suit case.  Mother looked in the door and called  Aunt Sophie. She was under the impression that I'd lost my mind  or.      .   .  ."  As Jim talked he had reached for  the newly signed deed and was slowly ,  tearing it into   strips    under   Charmian's fascinated gaze. It was this  that caught George K.'s eyes when,  after  a  considerate  rattling  of the,  doorknob, which passed unnoticed, he  returned to his own domain..  ^ ^'WHat in the name of Sam Hill are  &  REBUeifD'FARES YMODERN SHIPS  ..SAILINGS.      ;  Oct,.  2 Morsti-eal    .  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Havre-H   -;. ,  Glasgow '.���������'���������'  Cheroourg  Liverpool  Belfast  Cherbourg  Glasgow  .  Liverpool  Belfast  Cherbourg  Glasgow  Cherbourg  ftlsicnnw  Glasgow  Cherboi/rg  Glasgow  Glasgow  Cherbourg  Glasgow  GJctSyCW  Cherbourg  Glasgow  London    '  Belfast  South a-mpton  Glasgow  Southampton;  Liverpool  Glasgow T  Southampton  Liverpool  Southampton  Belfast  Liverpool  Southampton  Belfast  Belfast  Southampton  Belfast  ������? ��������� ������������������--������ ������������������*  *>_ I I cl ot.  Southampton  Belfast  Antwerp  Liverpool  Antwerp  Antwerp  Liverpool  Antwerp  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  Liverpool  SPECSAL TRAINS and THROUGH PARS  DIRECT TO THE SHIP'S SIDE  Book Your Passage Now for ihc C3>e!ee of  Accommodation  Apply  to   Local   Agents  or  B. W. Greene, C.P.R. Building.  Edmonton.  G.   R.  Swalwell,  C.P.R-   Building,  Saskatoon, .or  W. C. Casey,  General  Passenger Agent, C.P.R.  Building, Winnipeg.  wered: "Lots of 'em, Charmian���������real  GANADJAN  PACI FtC  STEAMSHIPS  B  JHBA Baa^^^ ^^_ _|^^__- _alHM_ll  ApiEC  gyp i &**%&  are Upset  At$Y ills nnd nilmonts seim. twice  v m BovioiiH at night, A sudden cry  may mcna: colic. J)r ������ nvuldcn attack  of tliarrUou. How woiucl .you mcqt  tliin emergency���������tonight? I lave you n  bottle of CHHtorin ready?  For the protection of your wee"  one-Hfor your own poaco of intml���������-.  keep this, old; reliable preparation  always oh hand. But don't keep -t  jiiHt for <nnorgoncieH; lot it bo nn  rtverydny aid. Its gentle influence  will ciuio nnd soothe tbe infant,who  cannot Bleep. X W mild regulation will  liolp nn older child who������o tongue i������  contcil bocnuBe of BlitffR.Bh bowcla.  All drugfiiata linvo Cnatorin.  W.   N.   XI.   IRfiB  . Californian peaches, too; but I seem  to he a sort of one-girl man, darling.  They simply -didn't exist���������for me."  She lifted her head at that, her  eyes so starry that he felt half "blinded; hut, being Jim, he dropped the  arms that clasped her and moved  away.  "Look here-*' he said. "I didn't  mean to take advantage of a moment  when you're so down and out. I guess  I forgot myself; bat I had you in my  arms, Charmian, and it played the  dickens with me. Forget it, dear, till  you can see clearly. You mustn't regard me as���������well���������as 'any port in a  storm', you know. I realize that there  a.__i ar lot of things about me that  grate "on you; Perhaps time will  smooth 'em down;, but I want to be  fair���������"    -  He stopped abruptly, as if speech  came too hard;.but Charmian moved  closer, looking straight up into his  honest eyes.  "I see more clearly than I ever  have in all my life, Jim," she said  quietly,. "-and I know now that for  me, only one thing really matters;  Are1'���������are you sure, absolutely, that  you love me?"  Jim smiled.    ���������  "Haven't I been saying so ever  since George K. wont oxit that do������or V  he asked.  There followed an enchanted interval that^was halm, of Gilead to Jim's  faithful heart. Then the gii t said:  "Wo must go home to Grandma. It'll  be easier now, telling her ahout the  house. Everything will be easier, Jim.  Looking back I see that all our lives  you'yc never failed., me . in hard moments; and now you've made selling  the old house seem bearable. _>q you  know, dear, I never once glanced at  that doedt Even now I haven't an  idea who bought tho place. Did Uncle  George mention it to you ?"  "No," answered Jim, "Pie didn't  say a word about it."  And then something, she couldn't  have sidd just what, drew Charmian'������  eyes to George K"s old desk and-the  check, which he'd loft lying face up  on the Hhabby blotter,  "How stupid of mo!" sho crlod,  "This will tell us, of course, Why!  .... Why, what .  ,   .  ."  Her voice trailed oft into sllonco as,  bonding above the desk, she looked  down'ni:'a' Blgnatiir'o ria'familfar mm  her ow.iv W.th an unsteady hand sho-  dr<5w the "blwe Blip noaver���������then .ais-  od^her, eyeei, ���������, lips  trembling,  an she  askod:   "Whnt does it mean? You!  You bought our Iioiibo,. Jim ? I don't  understand. I-���������cnn't-~_oem. , ,...,   ,"  "Steady, dear," said Jim, and covered hni* hand Tdth h!n.    "T could n't  lot a Htrnnffer buy it, could I? You  hco, I was afraid the time might come  when you'd havo to let It go; so whon  I wont WoHt I told Uncle George to  ���������kooji hlH":nym open, nnd make you an  offer, I thought when I.took MuCher  away, that it   didn't   matter   much  where I wan anyhow. I was���������positive',  thuL   you'd   miw-y   the   doolie.   N^.i,"  (an ������he would have Hpoken), "lot mo  , llnluh, Clunmian. 1 didn't know, you  you doing?" he demanded with a  glance'at the .waste basket into  which Jim had dropped the fragments. "Haye you backed out of your  bargain at this late date?"  "Yep," replied Jim happily, "but I  made another���������promised to love, honor, and obey, you understand. Sorry   School picnic���������hut it   was  to have caused you all'this trouble,1 Grandma's knee that all glad tidings  Uncle Seorge, but it would be rather   were Poured out. Yet, thought the old  baby bluebirds in the apple tree were  trying their .wings. Sometimes it was  the prospect of an unexpected treat;  a coming circus, perhaps, or a Sunday  nere    ac  foolish to have this paper recorded  and then, a week or so later, deed the  place hack to my���������my-wife. I think  you'ii agree fco that."  The president of the Wickfield National Bank sank slowly into his worn  leather chair. "Jim," he announced  shaking his gray head, "when it  comes to picking out a wife you've  got more horse sense than my three  hoys put together. As for Charmian,  it's my opinion that she might do  worse, considerably worse. But���������"  "Uncle George," broke in Charmian  . reproachfully, "you . said    that^ the  man -who wanted to huy our house  was some one who    had    driven    hy  and���������"   -.        "lay ���������������������������-.-'���������;,::; "   "     '  "Well," interrupted the hanker with  a twinkle, *T don't- know any one  who's haunted your vicinity more  than Jim has!"  "You said," went on Charmian,  still reproachful, "that he was going  to be married, ;and���������" ,  "What's wrong.-with that statement?" demanded George K., smiling.   "You haven't  the  heart  to  let  him? vegetate into an old bach like  Gam Garfield, have you?"  Jim made an unsuccessful effort to  suppress a grin, and said: "I'd no  idea you were such an accomplished  liar, Uncle George;,, but as I drove  you into it I think we'll have to forgive you���������that is, if you promise not  to let it happen another time."  "Clear out, both of you," commanded George K. briskly. "I'm going  home this minute arid tell Sallna. I'm  expecting a man from Portland on  the eleven-ten, but he'll have to wait  ���������darned if ho won't! I haven't been  so happy since I got word that I was  a granddad. Run along, I'm in a  hurry." Then, as the young folks  reached the door ho added: "Charmian, haven't you forgotten something, my dear 1"  Charmlan laughed, onrne back, nnd  said as tho president of the Wlckfleld  National took her In his arms: "I was  wondering if you'd let me go this  time without a kiss!"  lady,, catching her hreath sharply at  its beauty, never before had such ra-?  diance shone from the girl's face.  "You'll never have to leave the old  house, Grandma darling," she was  saying tenderly. "Thanks to this  blessed Jim it's ours forever and ever,  amen."  Grandma looked  up  at Jim,   then  hack at Chariiiian. She did not say  "that with some strange sixth sense  she had known when they  left her  that Charmian was  on her  way  to  sign the deed. It had been a bitter,  hour for Grandma,  waiting there in  silence with her memories; and now  she asked, not seeing the way quite  clearly:    "'You   mean,    dearie,    that  you've sold the house to Jim?'',...  The young man came closer,.smiling, down upon her. .   ���������*���������  "That wasn't necessary, Grandma.  Can't you guess why?"  His eyes met Charmian's in a  glance that needed no interpretation,  and Grandma cried: "You mean she  ���������'���������she's taken you, Jimmy? She's  really taken you?" . ���������  '  Jim. laughed, softiy.  "Incredible as it seems-^-she has!"  "And you're not doing it just for  me,    dearie?"    Grandma's    wrinkled  face bore a strange mingling of joy  and fear.    "That wouldn't be fair to  Jimmy, Charmian.    He deServes   the  best. You mustn't cheat him even to  keep my heart from aching.  You're  not doing it just to get the house?"  <To Be Continued)  ta  >*  ^���������-___CNE._>  Milfk  *?%  With St you. can  easily and quickly  make delicious  IC%  THE BORDEN CO., LIMITED  140 St. Pawl W., Montreal,  Send me Free Si. Charles Recipe Book  NAME..  ADDRESS.'  >������������������������������������������������������*���������������--���������_���������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������� <  ********** I������������*���������-*������������������*������*������*���������_*������*���������*������*���������--_<  . 7IS  as r  vuoi   a _������_   - ciu  Trial Shipment Of Coal From British  Columbia. Goes To  SJouth  '.'.'.'"'. AinerlcA .;  A.U initial shipment of coal from  British Columbia has been sent to*,  Callao, Peru, where it is being favorably received. In the past, Great  Britain supplied 75 per cent, of the  30,000 tons required by Peru annually, but owing to some extent to the  New South Wales coal strike and to  the depressed shipping conditions on  the North Pacific, Canada has been  able to invade this market.  r  Little Hehjs For This Week  CHAPTER XXX.  It was ��������� twilight, and Grandma  Davis sat by tho window, living over  every hour of the day that was drawing to a close. Slho had been in a  sort of blissful daze from that moment when Charmlan ������nd Jim Bennett had burst iri upon her, tho girl  sinking down at hor kneo as she had  always dona in childhood whon there  waB anything wonderful to toll.  Sometimes It was merely the. arrival  of tho first crocus, or news that tho  "Let.us ..not be weary inwell-dpingi  for' in'dUe'seas'ohjive; shall;, reap,; if we'  faint rioti"���������Gala-tans vi.':9.:  He iiveth long who Hveth well,  All else Is life but flung away,  He livest longest who can tell  Of true  things truly done  each  day.  Their fill each day with what will  last,  Buy up the moments as thoy go;  Tho life above when this is past,  Is tho ripe fruit of life below.  ���������Horattus Bonar.  It is tho cave of the wise and good  man to look to his manners and actions, and rather to how well he. lives  than to how long; for whothcr, ho  shall die sooner or later, ta not his  business; but whethot4 ho ,shall die ill  or well,-���������Seneca.   . ,   L_i.'-Jl'---XTijttL,vTVa *& ���������  "^rxtEMjmXCW:  "Yes, granny, I'm to be married in  .Tunc'.'      .       "  "But, my dear," .said grandma,  "you are very young. Do you feel  you arc flttcd for married, life."  *'X. am being flttcd now," exclaimed  tho prospective bride. "Seventeen  new gowns."----Tlt-Blts,  A wine,merchant declaroH that his  wai-oH are IiIh prlduti It must bo u  great temptation lor 'him hot to'swnl-,  low his'pi'ldo,    ";  JVfli.urri'H    l.lnlHiiMtt    for    CuiH    uml  Abi'������Mlon������i.  '���������In May and June I waa  badly rimclowt. and had faint  spells until it waa a drag to do  my work. In July and August I  didn't seem to pick up ao i decided to try Lyclia E������ Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  because I ������aw it advertised. I  took two boides and now I am  the picture of health. I feel  nno, do all my work ancl milk  two cow������������ If any^ woman |  writes, I will certainly answei  l.er letter/'���������Mrs, G_or������e It.  Gillespie* Punnidiy, Saskatchewan.  Vegetable.: Comiioim ti  riliif I,''. JMrUMn������ >H<r,G(>''��������� M,1*.' M m'i;���������.!/>���������������������������'������V At���������;'���������  , .1 ������"? 0(iH������n<iy i'JWii������l'it������>. OVWa.!'1  ."-,'���������' T HJ_   UJ&t-ST OA   _LUS'VU-S W  PHONE 19  CRESTON  PHONE 52L  WYNNDEL  Local and Personal  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Review Office.  Up  till  yesterday  from Creston total 30  wheat   shipments  carloads.  opuuicuo 1111  _1>A      t__f-������A_.  "Y" TEA, 2 lbs    "Y" COFFEE, 2lbB.-.   PINEAPPLE, 7 tins    TOMATOES, 6 tins "  PEAS, 6 tins     MILK, tails; 8 tins    SALMON, Fancy P��������� 5 tins.  PORK & BEANS, individuals, 14 tins  ..  SARDINES, 14 tins   OLIVE OIL, Real,  Italian  quarts __���������  CORNED BEEF, reg. 30c",  4 for   BACON, Side, 2^_ lbs   BACON, Back, 2H lbs   BOLOGNA, 4 lbs   SUMMER SAUSAGE, 3^  lbs L  CORN FLAKES, 10 for   SHREDDED   WHFAT,   8  PUFFED WHEAT.   S   for  MACARONI, 8 lbs   CREAMETTES, 9   pkgs._  ORANGES, 4   doz   BANANAS, 2 lbs   s  APPLES, 6 lbs   CANTALOUPES, each   WATER MELON, 4 lbs���������  SUGAR, 15 lbs   SUGAR, Yellow, 16 lbs _  SUGAR, Icing, 9 lbs   BISCUITS  FANCY MIXED,-per lb   CANDIES  T-Ta-Vlnra  -a. IK  CREAMS, per lb......  BUTTERSCOTCH.  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  .99  99  99  99  99  .99  99  ���������99  .99  .25  .25  .20  .30  .99  .99  .25  .20  .30  .30  ROOM AND BOARD���������$10 a week at  King George Hotel.   Mrs. J. A. Bell.  August police court business was quite  brisk.   Total fines collecteions were $161.  Dr. H. J. McGinnis, Chiropractor,  Creston.   Off ice next to telephone office.  Miss Lily Lewis left on Friday for a  month's holiday visit^with friends in  Nelson.  Mrs. Donneau of Fernie was a visitor  here last week, a guest of her sister, Miss  A. Doyle.  Summer is at an end.   Creston Dairy  commenced   the   morning   delivery   of  milk last- week.  ������  Donald Archibald left last week for  Victoria, where he is resuming his studies  at Brentwood College.  ta  WANTED���������A couple of apple packer  to startjwork Monday, 22nd.     Apply C*  Mollm, aobden ranch, Ureston.  Len Mawson of Kimberley spent a few  days here last week, a guest of his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mawson.  Miss Lorna Lytle of Crawford Bay is  a Creston visitor this Week, a guest of  her sister, Mrs. D. A. MacDonald.  ���������".'... *  Miss Mary Goodwin . left last week  for Victoria, where she is attending the  Provincial Normal School this year.  Adam Robertson  left  last   week  for,  Victoria, where he is a student   at   the  Provincial Normal School this year.  FOR SALE���������Two cows, one Jersey  and one Holsteln, 5 years old, both  milking.   John Zackhodnik, Canyon.  FOR SALE Wagon, in  first-class  shape,     low     wheels,      3-inch     tyre.  Morrows' Blacksmith Shop,   Creston  Miss Erma Hayden of San Francisco,  Calif, arrived last week on a visit with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hayden.  FOR SALE���������Or wiii exchange for fruit,  one purebred Bronae turkey torn, from  imported stock.   Enquire Review Office.  Mrs. Howard Allan returned to Trail  at the first of the week aftee a month's  .visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  (Sherrington.  Miss Littley. who has been in charge  of the. Full Gospel Mission the past few  weeks, is on a visit with friends at  Crawford Bay. '  FOUND���������Ford wheel and tire. Owner  can have same on proving property and  paying expenses. Morrow's Blacksmith  Shop. Creston.  Miss Ireland of Medicine Hat, Alberta,  was renewing acquaintances in Creston  a few days last week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Jas: Cook.  R. Ainslee, inspector oi radio interferences, made a local check up last week  and while here" condensers were . placed  on several power machines, which had  been .causing noisy reception. He states  that not more than 50 local .radio sets  are licensed and a warning is given that  the fall check up .will he made very  shortly and radio owners who have no  licence should at once'secure one to  avoid trouble. Licences may be had  from E. G. Tiramona at the Electric  Shop. ...-'.  Attendance  at   Creston  high  touched the 60 mark on Monday  school   s  1I1U  No iii Ore students will  ,   u_  morn-  -.11 a  unuweu  - FOR SALE���������Set wagon bolster springs,  in excellent shape.   K. Andrew, Creston.  TENDERS FOR OLD SCHOOL BUILBIHS  Tenders for the purchase and removal  of the old Wynndel schoolhouse from  school grounds will be received by "the  undersigned up- to the 20th day of  October, 1930. Highest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. J.G.ABBOTT,  Secretary School Board, Wynndel, B.C.  'aj aiaaniy^a^i'ayaaaiaiy  "S~  After a vacation during  August Christ Church Sub  resumed operations last Sunday morning.  July   and  snlinnl  flav   ,_  Free Deal  To each of our Customers  purchasing 4 of our 99c.  Specials we -will give away  FREE ONE GUP and  SAUCER SATURDAY  only.  Jim Cherrington got away on Sunday  for Vancouver, where he is commencing  his third year in University in that city.  To take care of the usual September  rush for boxes the Rodgers box factory  commenced operating a night shift last  week.  FOR SALE Three milch cows; two  just freshened. Also team of work horses  suitable for logging. E. Nouguier,  Canyon.  TOMATO ES���������For sale, cull tomatoes,  60 cents per apple box; 65 cents if box  supplied by us. E. J. C. Richardson,  Erickson.  FOR SALE���������Wigen's 40-acre farm at  Wynndel, in whole or in two 15-acre and  -I   H _        _L ���������-_._ ��������� * JL" __       _____  to enroll this term.  Mrs. (Dr.) Henderson and daughter,  Margaret, who have been holidaying at  points in Ontario for the oast six weeks,  arrived home last week,  Dr. and Mrs. Roy Lillie of Blairmore,  Alberta, were here for the weekend with  the former's father, Dr. O. Liliie, whose  cendition is very serious.  Close to $600 of cash revenue was  collected last month at the Creston  office of the provincial police. $302 of  this was for motor licenses.  Mrs. (Dr.) Olivier and two children of  Blairmore, Alberta, were visitors here a  /ew days this week with Dr. Olivier of  the Creston Valley Hospital.  Prerrter Garage. Creston Motors asid  Perdue Garage have signed an agreement  to sell gasoline and oils for cash only  commencing at October 1st.  Miss Iris Williams has arrived from  Vancouver and will be assisting with  Full Gospel Mission work for a few  weeks, as organist and soloist.  The C P.R. reduced the section crews  to one man and foreman the fore part of  September. The layoff cornea at least a  month earlier than in recentoyears.  Enrollment at Creston public school is  now over the 200 mark and the trustees  have decided another room and an additional teacher will have to be provided.  NOTICE For the balance  of the  year my shop will close Wednesday  afternoons. Customers kindly bear this  in- mind. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop,  Creston.  John Taynton and son, William, of  Invermere, spent a few days in Greston  last week, when they were busy installing ���������fireplace in the residence of F. C.  Rodgers.  Mrs. Cherrington left on Sunday for  Edgewood and Nakusp, where she is doing fall fair judging this week. - Last  week she was at Crawford Bay on the  same work. y  I_ev������ _.. __������ Cribb was a visitor at  Cranbrook a couple of days last we'ek for  the fall' session of the  ng  in v^utility  Fine Groceries are our  main appeal���������not prices.  We feature foods of fresh-  des$ and taste:���������not false  savings Yet     you    will  always find that, *worth  considered, prices here are  right'every day in the week.  UIGOIUII  Ifailfiii   HH--Anfir_!-}iwa   Aeon  ruiiip}   vu uaj&iai.itp   noon.  4  4  I  4  i  4  4  4  CRESTON  Tho Stores  ERICKSON  A.    A.   _������ . A. . _    A    ._-_. . _ -_.- _.- _ . _��������� . f^m tf.m ,_ (| fa ||^_|. ^ (| ,_. .A . fam ^1,,-ft , fr.ift , Hh.atl I 'f'n.-.ri-B ���������fca_.all���������aa������������������ a-a _������������������I _l ��������� ���������t  ���������������������"<-���������  't't'ft'ry't'T'fi'  ���������vvvvw-  T"  ^M������awH~~MeHl������WMMWVMH  one 11-acre lot, with irrigation andom-  1?_-l,a. i?.,.!,-,-,,-  provem^nts, offered at one-half the -cost  **"** Exchan8e-  Kootenay Presbytery of the United Church, of which he  is secretary.  Miss Clara Morrow, who has been at  Trail for the past few months, returned  home last week, and is on the packing  house  staff   of    Creston   Co-Operative  ot improvements, -���������'ailing health compels retirement. If unable to sell will  rent out part or all to right parties for  1931 or longer. Address O. J. WIGEN,  Wynndel, B.C.  Greston Blacksmith^ Plumbing  Heating Company  ������_S_  Can supply you with anything you  need   in  the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  _    ������_r_   _  -t v   ������*}._ _ y *-  *-Ga__pia_f0  *-Ua_  B3> .���������*&.=_.���������.<������������������  ij>a---i utsED.  Fixtures in  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Range .Boilers, Pipes  *_n������-     anv   lr������t-������-l    e-sf    _?* ti-nntt      "f52VS������!"OI__?_E.    St53  _H-_._t->������*_a >������a-aaa Ma     -a* a_ ^m*k*l***^*l 4k������M   W   **_> V������   <1������ WQ*fii *^r\Mm  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c.  3tuvB_������  4  4  SS-''7  T>i_���������.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, as we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work.  overm  include  LINOLEUMS, 12 feet wide  LINOLEUM RUGS  CONGOLEUM RUGS  OILCLOTH RUGS  40  Oilcloth Small Mats 25c. up  Our prices are right.   .  Pleased to show you these.  Word has just reached Creston that JL.  C. McNeil, who was in charge of Creston  high school last year, has been named  principal of the high school at Anyox, at  a salary of $2000.  Jos. Heath of Invermere is on his  annual vacation visit this month, a guest  of his daughter, Mrs. F. C. Rodgers. He  is doing work as judge at West Kootenay  fall fairs during his stay.  D. A. MacDonald- who is with the F.  Y. Staples mill at Invermere, has been a  visitor at his home here the past week.  The mill is deing shifted to a new aite  preparatory for the winter's cut.  The annual rally of St. Stephen's  Church Sunday school is to be held October 28th, at 11 a.m. The children will  meet at 10.45, and parents and friends at  11.   A fine program is in preparation.   8  The Ladies'  Guild of Christ  Church  announce that they are having a bridge  on the evening of Friday, October 17th  They hove  taken  Saturday afternoon  November 29th, for their annual bazaar*  * ���������  Tho rainy weather that prevailed for  the greater part of last week put out all  the forest fires and all the men have been  laid off. Cost of fire fighting this year  will be Rt least 50 per cent leas than in  1929.  W. KernnRhan, who haa been sawyer  at Cranbrook Sash & Door Company  mill at Clear Lnko, the pnst few months,  arrived home on Friday and is again in  charge of Creston Growers warehouse at  Erickson.  When at tho fair bo suro and see tho  display of "Rlcharcd" Delicious apples  in tho main bnildi cr. It will bo in  charge of Percy Boifoy, who will bo  showing this variety harvested in 192_,  1929 nnd 193)0. ,,  .'������������������i :[,"������������������ ���������'������������������  ���������������������������|'7v1  Tho ladios will bav<_ opportunity to  secure) tholr fall nnd. Mentor hats from tlio  retook TVTrfl. Go". M������������������������<on !���������. hrS������!������!������(; in  to bo on display and������alo September 2bth,  26th, 27th, InYtb.0 Y|PO0iirt|8 ovor tho  Imp-rial Bank: 11������������������", fft:.���������.;  Misa' Btn^l;'M^r|feY:.and;  STEENSTRUP& _R30IE_D  -_m-fc_a_l-A-A.am--_-A~A----_A_A----.A_A---_-a----a--^  .__*     ..:-���������:���������.���������.     _._���������::,.     -?--     _..:....:...    .,-,..  IllchardB,  attending co  Mian P,  tho conot  n   nhort  f%0_WII3������_!-\_V      I TT%  W*mw*i*it&***wa&'^.m*miSM>m*mw   T..iid on  holiday,; roturniny; naily In tho month,  and nro quain In <Sft������re:o at tho Full  Gospel M1bbIc,|; <f:. ^ g>r   .'���������  Shipping o. Mcintosh lied apnles  commenced at midnight on Monday,  and Tuesday rntw five earn rolling from  difforont nolntu in tho valley. Thin  rdiould be tho big year for Maco nut duo  to noma cotiBldarablo winter Injury in  orcium.H it in douhtiul il nhipinentb will  run much higher than a year iigo.  fitting* exclusive with  ttk B i^^^L ^>a������-^ B^m.       QmM* JL' JL ^s>Jl        (gp| M   ffl   B   B  Cushion Sole Shoes  for Children  M,  By this Jack and Jill method of "visible  fitting" there is no more guesswork; tho  child's foot can actually bo seen in the shoe,  and cramping of the little *toes, that grow so  quickly, avoided. Chi!dH*en thus fitted will  not need arch supports and other'appliances  in later years. _.or never does a Jao'c and  Jill shoe bind growing bones or muscles.  Firmly constructed yet flexible as a glove,  they allow the feet to grow unhindered.  Sturdy and strong to s.nnd the wear and tear  of active youngsters, yet priced moderately.  Bring in the children aud have them properly  fitted.  m  *We have a complete stoch of Oxfords and Patents  A 4,2  jLja������ wL^f LJ* 'Ijl   <������L  PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  Dry Goods, Groceries*  _������������a^U)^>n'iiiiap������������UU>_.>  * n*,***.^.^.....' ������M*.'���������**.*���������:  aU_*w  rLyjaa^������u_i<,������lwil������ai������U^ijaUa������<������_i>:|  -UUtMHMaW  iiukulk  ii  i������na������j-i i i Hi 1 aaamwiiniJUJUiniKianiainii

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