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 *##*?.  . Y v^i^ti_W������lSg  g^BW"  ._ / / ./>  Vol. XXIIL  CBESTON, B. O.^FSIDAY.   MAY 29, 1931  No.   10  Convention Very  Largely Attended  JMr. and Mra. B&mhardt, after,which  Mr. and Mrs. Nygaard left for a short  honeymoon trip south, and on their  return will m&ke their home at Canyon.  Both" are well known residents here and  heartiest congratulations ere extended.  Large Quota of Delegates  and  ,   Many    Visitors ���������-.. Important  Resolutions Passed���������Elect C.  O. Rodgers* Vice-President.  Creston was this week host to  the 31st annua! convention of the  _.���������__��������� s_j i       t_ s_    ������������������__������-'-' nr������__������._s���������  .mssuciaiea      JDU-u. us    vi      1 rade,  which was iii session in the  Masonic Hall on Tuesday and  "Wednesj-Saj^' the conference attracting^ a/ particularly fine  attendance:, of official delegates  and a large number of visiting  attendants at the sessions,  Nelson alone sending along a  delegation oi 30=  The gatherings was presided  over by president In obit* Hintis of  Trail, and'resolutions covering a  wide range of subjects were discussed and given approval,  Creston figured to advantage in  two of these. One asking the  lands department to set aside 40  acres for an airport on Kootenay  Flats. The other asked that the  customs ..office at Rykerts be  maintained permanently at its  present location and that no sub-  office be opened at a suggested  location two miles beyond Port-  hilL  Tuesday   night   the spacious  AH&������ SieHssgg  Birth���������On May 16th, to Mr. and Mrs.  ������^*gw������-v������l*������> ������3S������w*������.___$-_ma    __*  **+%.���������**, ���������  Mrs. Fred Smith of Porthill is a visitor  hers this ws&k,   with  her  sister,   Mrs.  pick Smith.  ^Principal Freaney of Alice Siding  school was at his home at Rossland for  the holiday-weekend vacation.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Catenas of Wstsh-  ington are here on a visit with the  latter's mother, Mra. Stace Smith.  Guy Constable and son, Everard, were  -Nelson visitors at the end of the  week,  returning on Saturday.  They made the  trip by auto.  Tom Trevelyan is at Crankrook at  present where be is work ng -on. sn  electric light construction job.  Mr. and Mrs. Clark Moore and Miss  Athena Schade of Coeur d'Alene, were  CT*eeke__d visitor-, with Mr. and Mrs. N.  Schade.  The dance at the schoolhouse on the  25th was only fairly wel attended and  after meeting expenses $10 is available  for the purchase of the water cooler and  clips for school use.  A disastrous fire occurred here on  Monday afternoon when the barn and  root house on the W. A. Pease ranch  '-wmoltup 3n smok, together with the  contents of the barn, which included a  democrat, sleighs and some implements.  ���������Hbw,th^'_i-^:i^irt^.fe;.a mystery but in  *_���������*������ Wrfl_'',__-J'_____ _.fe_������-l.'-\__t_������_t.--:iM_*i__iB__.   5*  ...'.Y3_ -  Mrs. Fred Sfieaker was a Nelson  visitor a few d������%% last waek.  Mrs. E. E. ''Cartwright arrived home  on Friday from i������amIoop_, where she had  been in, attendance at the Pythian  Sisters Grand Ltfdge.  n  J_ Dugdale of ^Je.lvue, Alberta, was a  motor visitor W&&: over the weekend,  Mrs. C. ivHisey^anci son, Maurice, were  at Nelson cnSa^rday, where the latter  entered a���������nui^rber of> events at the  schools' track meet, but was not num-  L-.-_-.-_    ,.'"��������� ; ���������fi1'...>i'- . i .._. . .- -  ucj cu aiuuu} _o_o j_ _._<_������; v. jiiuGris.  Mrs. Bundy arrived from the coast at  the end of the week, and is a visitor with  ber son, T. W ^Bundy, at the C.P.R.  depot.   . ������������������..-.   ���������'���������������������������.���������yjf.i  Betty Kemp a������wi Sadie Fraser were in  charge of the tagging in aid of Creston  hospital on Saturday, and met with a  very generous response.  Mr. and Mrii^T. W. Bundy and  family were motor visitors tcTProcter on  Saturday..      ,'.'Yy.  W. Woodh alt of Trail was a weekend  visitor here with If rs. Woodhall, who is  visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John  Hall. . .'��������� %��������������������������� .     .  Erickson ChristvChu_ch Ladies' Guild  are having their annual garden party at  W. H. Kemp's, Wednesday afternoon,  June Jl0th, 2.30 t^Sl30.  Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Allan were motor  visitors to Bosweu on Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Mason of Vancouver  were visiting here^ at  the   first  of  the  week, guests of Mr. and. Mrs, T, #:  Bundy......    yyy:y' ��������� '.'.  ':r&: ^S..-;T(_Ui^^Ray;.yCrisler, Stanley  Sanford and Sandy Telford were some  area.   The call for the meeting is signed  by E. Langston.        ������������������  Lister has lost a highly respected  resident in the. death: of v-Philip- D_  Thomas, who passed away syddehly in  Cranbrook hospital on Saturday evening, to which institution he was taken  some three weeks ago. The remains  were^rought here on Monday and the  funeral took place from Trinity United  Church, Creston, on Tuesday afternoon,  th������ pastor; Rey. R. EL" Cribb,,������Steig$fng.  and James and John Huseroft, Geo.  Hurry, Geo. Jacks, Bert Hobden and  Harry Demchuk paiibearers. Deceased  was in his forty-ninth year, and was a  native of Montreal, coming west in 1900,  and settling at Lister in 1927, coming  here from Kitchener. He leaves a  widow and one sister, Misa Thomas of  London. Ontario, who is here at present,  to mourn his passing. The large attendance at the funeral and the floral  remembrances bespoke a well deserved  popularity, and much sympathy is felt  fpr Mrs. and Miss Thomas in their  bereavement. .  D. 0.K.K. Invade  Creston;  Q  *urday  Many Visiting *__>okkies' Will be  Here for. Ceremonial and ^Inauguration of Local Auxiliary  ���������Baseball Match Sunday a.m.  Local and Personal  Harry Goetz, manager of the Coeur  d'Alene Hotel, was one of a trio of  Spokane businessmen who were here for  the boards of trade convention this  week, and was .a guest of R. Walmsley.  C. G. Bennett, president of the Fernie  board of trade, was here this week for  the Associated Boards of Trade convention. He is a former manager of the  local branch of the Bank of Commerce.  Saturday is Dok-ries* Day at Creston,  and the village is. due for an invasion  from a considerable number of the fez  wearers from Fernie, Cranbrook and  Kimberley, but more especially from  Bonners Ferry, Sandpoint and Spohane,  with representatives from Kellogg,  Wallace, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and  Newport, Wash.    ���������  The visitors from the south will arrive  early in the afternoon and the first part  of the exercises in connection with inaugurating a Dokkie Auxiliary at  Creston will be at 4.80 when tha candi-  \ dates will be given preliminary attention and instruction.  At 6.30 there will be a street parade a  feature of which will be a fancy drill by  the Patrol-. Team from Ei Mabarraz  Temple. No. 92s Spokane. This feature  will take place on Canyon street in the  vicinity of the Grand theatre, in the  ballroom of which the ceremonial will be  staged. No one should miss this outdoor feature as it is highly entertaining  throughout.  At 8 p.m., the inauguration of the  auxilary and the initiation of a large  class of candidates takes place.   While  C\TC*abevr\   ������nll<  \t not been for the excellent 4 wat^r  supply on the place the hoiase andYpa^t  ing-shed would, have also been destroyed;  ������&t&Hene������r  \&i  Erickson'tf ^j^sentatives at  :'was:*&t Targe enough 12J aeuuuKp w *_������_������. -___. +w __���������_ii_^ ������__*_^. match between ,C������b_j  adate the many banquet guests^  About 65 were.seated, hnt it is  estimated that another two  dozen were unable to secure a  place at the table. AH of these  practically were from Creston.  President Mallandaine of Creston  board ' of trade presided in his  usual happy fashion and some  notable responses were made to  the toasts submitted.  In the election of officers C. O.  Rodgers was unanimously reelected vice-president, and at tne  close pf Wednesday's session the  visitors were given an auto ride  through the district.  Miss Francis Knott of Sandon was a  weekend visitor for the wedding of her  sister, Miss Muriel, which took place on  Sunday.  Mrs. W. L. Houle and children of  Kimberley, aro spending the week with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jock  McRobb.  Orchnrdists are busy with thc second  spray this week, and nil roport apples  siting well,  A. Bond is n resident of Roast and at  present, whoro ho haa secured a plastering contract.  Bert Whlmster of Nelson, a former  resident, was renewing acquaintances  here at tho first of tho week.  Jock McRobb, jr., is spending the  week with friends in Kimberley.  Canyon's ladies' Cougar softball team  wont down to defeat in a league gome  at Croat on Monday night. The scoro  was 83 to 10.  A weddinjj of much interest was, flol-  emntaed nt Trinity "United Church,  Creaton, Sunday, morning-, whon Miss  Murlol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs F,  Knott, was united in marriage with John  Nygaard, atao of Canyon.J'Tho brldo'fl  costume was of sand crepe de chine and  aho carried a boquot of rpcico and ferns.  After tho ceremony tho happy couple  and tiivitod ������s ..wmLm nioU.rtitl io Glwililly  whore a reception wa������ hold at tho homo  of  ho brldo'a olator ancl brother-in-law,  Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hathaway of San  Francisco, Calif, have arrived for their  annual vacation at Camp Hathaway.  Fritz Molander, who is on ths C.P.R.  B. & B. crew, out of Nels n, "spent the  weekend with his parents here.  Miss Hatton of Monterey* Calif, is a  visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway.  Miss Laura Andeen of Cranbrook was  a holiday visitor at Kitchener.  Kitchener baseball team is going  strong. After two decisive winB over  Erickson at home they went to Creston  on Monday where they defeated the  Frothblowers and Intermediates, winning both games by a good margin.  A well attended novelety dance w������s  held on Monday.  Mrs. and Mrs. F. O. Baker, Mr. and  Mrs. H. M. Grosse of Spokane; and  Nibbs and Ted Bush of Kellogg, Idaho,  were weekend visitors at Kitchener  Hotel.  Fred Smith had the bad luch to have  his young bull killed on the C.P.R.  track one day last week. /  All old residents were shocked to hoar  of the death at Cranbrook of P. D  Thomas, who resided hero for several  years previous to removing to Camp  Lister, and sincere sympathy is extended Mrs. Thomas in her bereavement.  Severn! KiU-5.oi_._r people travelled- to  Cranbrook on Monday, amongat those  making the trip wero Mini. Clara Hunt,  Ii. Red mile, and Z. Goroux.  -ton and Michel.  Mr. and vMrs. Frank Botterill of Cranbrook iwere >.*. eekend -visitors .with the  formers parents, Mr. and Mrs# h\  Botterill.  : Engineer A. L. McCulloch of Nelson,  ���������end W. Mason of Vancouver, who was  in charge of B. C. Concrete Company  operations in the m king and laying of  the cement main of the irrigation  system, made an inspection of the big  pipe line on Tuesday and found it in  excellent shape throughout.  Limies*  All worlc on roads in  stopped laflt week.  thla section  was  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. P. D, T omas and Mifla Thomas  wish to express tholr sincere appreciation  of tho floral remembrances, tho  eympathy and tho many kindnesso..  shown them in tholr rocent bereavement.  HAV FOR SALW���������PIbw orderw now  for alfalfa j   will bo cutting noon".   Sflljl  f������cr toad, or two loads for $U5, if  taken  rom field,   Percy Boffey, Crouton.  S. R. Bowel!. Dominion poultry inspector, paid an official visit to the Fred  Powers poultry farm this week.  A. W. Sinclair is greatly improving the  appearance of his residence, which is  receiving a coat of paint.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Holland of Kimberley were here for the weekend with the  latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. IL  Yerbury  Tho Farmers' Institute picnic originally planned for May 31st, has been  postponed for two weeks.  Mr. and Mr.. Bird, Miss Curtis and  Mrs. Powers and Manning, y. :re visiting  with Cranbrook friends at the weekend,  returning on Monday.  Mrs. R. Stevens was a visitor at Glen-  .Hilar on Sunday, attending the reception  in connection with the Knott-Nygaard  wedding.  Trustees Bernard and- Bird, LiBtor;  and John Huseroft, Huseroft, wero at  CreBton on Tue������dny evoning for a  trustees conference concerning a consolidated high school at Creston.  Lister Trading & Supply Company)  Limited, are this week taking delivery  of another carload of th������ OgllvJ������ flour  and mill feeds.  Fi;ed Powern left at  tho  ond  of  tho  week for Boswell, where ho is working  on tho McLeod road crew.  . Miss Minnio Huseroft, who was ii  contestant at tho schools' track moot at  Nelson on Saturday camo third ln tho  high jump, which wa������ tho only plnco sho  got In three competitions ontorod.  NoticoH aro up for a meeting of the  ratepayers tonight at M o'clock, to  consider school tax payments and secuio  m% adjustment of uchool taxation in th 0  B5rs. Grubbe and Miss Nesbit were  amongst the "Nelson ladies who accompanied; the delegation from that city to  the board of trade-convention this,week,   '"%S_^n3-&^-i.?���������teo^  .-..._.- .->-\:.-S..3S������S'...!-  ���������*--   ������������������  - - --; .��������� ...--.   .   <: . -r. --���������������-.:  Chas. H-ttisdn of Seattle spent a few.  days here at the end of the week with  his father, Nels. Hanson. He was  filling wrestling e gagements at Nelson  and Cranbrook on Saturday and  Monday.  Creston is to have morning baseball on  Sunday at 11 o'clock. The opposition  will be furnished by members of the  D.O.K.K., who are here on Saturday for  the inauguration of the Creston Auxiliary of that order.  The finance committee had a most  successful hospital tag day on Saturday  in connection with the American Legion  visit to Creston. Close to $125 was  gathered in by the young ladies who had  charge of the work  Miss Hanson is spending the' next  couple of weeks at Kitchener in charge  of Camp Hathaway. Mr. and Mrs.  Hathaway and Miss Hatton arrived  from San Francisco on Saturday for a  two weeks' vacation.  '.������-_ ,������_,__*.  At   quite a number from other points will  also be here for initiation. Ths visitors  are bringing along a baseball team, and  there wiUbe a match with .Canton* at  sExhibitioh P_*_j*t It slm. '       ������    -  ���������'��������� __^v___l_i������___Ki_i_7'  'Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McLaren were  motor visitors to Salmo where they  spent the weekend with the latter's  mother, and renewing acquaintances.  Mr. McLaren was stationed there prior  to coming to Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whimster of  Nelson were CreBton visitors on Tuesday  and Wednesday, guests of Mr. and Mrs.  A. L. Palmer. The former is president  of thc Nelson board of trade and was  here for the convention.  Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead and Mm  Sylvester of Moyio were weekend visitors with Mrs. Franscn. They aro  members of tho choir in that tuwn and  assisted with tho musical services at  Holy Cross Church Sunday morning.  PERMANENT WAVING - Permanent Waving at Joe's Beauty Shoppo.  Appointments can bo made for any time  niter June 10th.   Charge $10.  Ono of tho most moving romances  ovor told on tho screen, as well ns one of  tho most spectacular productions ovor  mado, will bo offered patrons of the  Grand Friday and Saturday In thc  "Show Boat," This colorful epic of the  MiBciHfllppi Vnlloy and of Chicago in tho  last Ronoratlon, embodying tho glamorous lovo story of Magnolia, the young  show boat girl, played by Laura La  Plante, and ttavonal, the romantic  young gambler played by Joseph  Bchlldlcraut, ia bnncd upon the international famoua novel of tho same nam������  by Edna Furbor.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri were auto visitors  to Lethferidge and Calgary, Alberta, last  week, leaving on Monday.    ;   *  Mr. and Mrs. C. Ogilvie and fatoily  were Harrop visitors last week, making  the trip by auto.  Miss D. Payette was a visitor with  Neison friends a few days last week.  R. Dalbom w*s combining business  with pleasure on a visit to Nelson the  middle of last week.  Mrs. Jas. Wood left last week for  Rossland in which city her son-in-law,  E. LeBarge, met with an accident in  which his leg had to be amputated.  S. Ogensky of Nelson was a weekend  visitor at Wynndel.  Miss E. Hagen has returned to Nelson  ofter^alweck'a visit with her parents  here.  Misses E. Towson and B. Hulme and  Messrs. A. E. Towson and E. Hulme  were motor visitors to Cranbrook on  Saturday.  Mr. and Mra. Doug. Butterfield wor������  Nelson visitors tho fore part of the  week.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Kunst and Miss S.  Benedetti of Boswell were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Benedetti.  Miss McGowan of Creaton was a  weekend visitor hero, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. R, Andestad.  A very successful meeting of Wynndel  Women'8 Institute waa hold at the home  of Mrs. R. Uri on Wodnondny ������voning  last. A decision was mado that all  jams, jellies, preserves and pickles to be  exhibited at the fall fair must bo in pint  sealers. Canned vegetables in quart  scalers; Final details of th������ fair will bo  announcod later. A dainty lunch was  served by Mrs. Uri to bring a most enjoyable onvoning to a close.  Al. Fredericks' augmented ������rchcutr-i  will play at tho hospital benefit dance at  tho community hall on Wednesday  evening, Junn 3rd, tho danc������ being sponsored by tho K.K. Klub. Tho holder of  tho gents' lucky tickot will receive a $10  cash prize, and tho holder of the lamias'  lucky ticket will receive $6. Drawing  will talco plnco ������veiling of danco. Th������  ndmlwMfon Is $1 to gents and 60 ccntB to  ladlim, with dancing at 6 o'clock. THE   BEV-LEW.   'CBE&TQn.   B.  O.  =a_s_  oioiir  and  The Best Water  for Walls  Ceilings  Free stencil premium label on every pacff  age.     Send   for   Decorator's   Guide   and  stencil Catalogue.  Airways Line Absorbed  Reported Change In  Services  Opes.-  aUsag In Korthern Alberta  Announcement was made at Montreal that Canadian Airways. Limited,  had absorbed Commercial Airways of  Edmonton, limited, which inaugurated on X>ee&-__b6r 10, 1929, a regular  air mail service between Fort McMurray, Aiberta, and Aklavik, North  West Territories; at the mouth of the  Mackenzie River.  In making the announcement <3. C.  Drury, secretary-treasurer of Canadian Airways, said the assets and Ita-  Better Fire Protection Nee>__ec_  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIERY TOLD  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MAY 31  JESUS IN GETTHSEMANE  _._1__.3 _..  More   Organised  System. ITor  .Sural  <; Districts "Is Stressed  A more organized system of fire  protection in rural districts was  urged recently by David J. Price, of  Washington,. __>.C.; chief engineer of  the Bureau of Chemistry and Soils,  U.S. Department ot Agriculture, addressing the annual convention of the  National Fire Protection. Association  In Toronto.  Fire loss on farms in the TJnited  States last year, was the greatest  ever experienced, he declared.     From t  3  VANISH QUICK  "My face was ccvored with ttehh-g  " -rashes. Ono application of'Sootba-  8alr������* cnd-d .___ itching. It cleared  Say akin." Mra. C.S. Kines, Gss-  (*&_oti_-_-8_d..J-" today, -ill druggiatB...  JllUmlg     0p0g(jg������������agf  Insurance indemnities are not liable  Golden Text:   "Father  if Thou foe  w_!3ing,   remove   this   cup  from  ine;  Lesson: Luke 22.24-yI.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 130  to income tax, the Supreme Court of . ���������&e ���������������������������   ��������� ^ ^T^^\  Canada  has  ruled. , be done.'"���������Luke 22.42.  Gold reserves of the world will be  used in the future for international  banking, Sir Thomas White predicts, j    The Graf Zeppelin is being groomed j 'Explanations and Comments  to make six trans-Atlantic trips this I     The  Agony  In  the Garden,  verses  summer, Martin Wronsky said. ! 39-44.���������Jesus went,    as   His    custom  -.,,. __.*_.._/ was, unto the Mount of Olives, for He  The government uoes bol intena ofttimes resorted thither with His  making any changes to the Canada disciples. John tells us (18.2). His  Grafs Act is the present session, Hon.  disciples followed   Kim.        When   Ke  reached    the    customary    place    of  -TV..*.  rv4tmji  not being taken over, but that "by arrangement with the government its  air mail contract had been assured  by the Cauj-uitu. Airways, which had  purchased five of the company's  smaller aeroplanes.  Capt. Ft. W. (Wop> May, outstanding western pilot, will now fly for  Canadian Airways, it is announced.  Have lompieiea  trials  Roar , Of    WHdf   Animals   In   Africa*  Heard By ISadio In -England  A. lion roaring in the jungle in British East Africa, was -heard by British  _ wireless listeners with short-wave re-  data avTiiahlerirapp^red'that "fa^m' celvsrs recently, when a broadcast  fire losses increased 25 per cent, dur- "oni ������ .KiSerophone in. the w-lds of  Ing the 1930 season drought, he said. Kenya was relayed fronn Nairobi on  The loss for the year was estimated   B wavelength of 49.5 metres.  ' The microphone was installed at a  jungle drinking pool, and although  the lion's performance did not come  up to expectations���������he must have  been stricken with microphone shyness���������the,calls of wild birds and the  grunting of animals formed a weird  chorus. It was fascinating to realize  that the sounds came actually from.  the real jungle and not from an enclosed ZOO. ,;..,,..  to be !n excess of $125,000,000.  Spontaneous heating and ignition  of agricultural products constituted,  he said, one of the prominent causes  of farm, flre loss.  Norway  Would Stop  Wilkins    .Med   journey  Government      Consiuers      Expedition  Unnecessary Risk  Of Human Life   j  The   Norwegian -Government   may  A   l..  bear  H_ H. Stevens declared. . prayer,   the   Garden   of "Gethsemane, j er in British Columbia, is destined for | paper  Cariboo, centre of Canada's great-   He turned to them and said,  eat gold rush, has gold to the value of  that ye enter not into temptation"��������� j |eave  ������30���������-000-0<-G   if   it   could   be   worked   ^at  ve__ J?e  nc*  tempted  to  forsake  cornmerc tally and scientifically.  One of the paintings of Mrs. Melita  Aitken, of Victoria. B.C., has been  hung by the Royal Academy, London,  England.  Termed too radical in character,  the Senate defeated a bill which would  have compelled citizens of Canada to  carry an identification card bearing  their photographs. *���������  The women of the Dominion wiil  present a huge petition * to the  League of Nations urging reduction  in the manufacture of the instruments of warfare.  Canada sold to China 184,000 tons  of wheat during tlie past year, while  Australia sold 400,000 ton3, according to figures given by Hon. H. H.  Stevens.  Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance,  Blackfoot Indian, of Calgary, Alta.,  has received a commercial pilot's  license. He expects to engage in fur-  trading by air in the North West  Territories.  Me. When the moment of arrest  came, prayer had made the Master  calm and strong, and -from lack of  prayer His eleven disciples were frantic and  cowardly.  And   Jesus   went   a   stone's   throw  away from His waiting disciples.  "Tt was but  a stone's  throw,  and  yet an infinite gulf lay between Him  and   them.    And  so  it  is  always  in  hum a ix life.     We  must  needs  go  to  the   most   sacred   places   of  our  life  alone.       We  can  bear no  witnesses  when  the    agony    of    life    gathers  around   us.    We   must  needs  go  beyond   the   kind   gaze   of  friends,   beyond tbeir pity and their help, when  the great transactions of the soul are  to he achieved.    In those few steps  our Lord passed from the loud life of  the world into the silent places of the  m_i__ite    and    the    eternal."���������W.    J.  Dawson.  And He kneeled down and prayed,  saying, "Father if Thou be willing,  remove this cup from Me." The  "cup" expresses" the appointed portion: in Psalm 75.8 it the portion of  judgment; in Psalm 23.5, of mercy or  blessing; here, of suffering and bearing the sins of the world on the cross.  "Nevertheless, not My will, but  Thine be done," Jesus prayed. "As  Christ was God and man, there were  in Him two wills, a human will and  a divine will, and the former did not  always  conform itself to  the  latter  Canailii's  Two  New  Destroyers Wil!  Soon Be In Commission  Canada's  two new destroyers, the       Tbe   Norwegian -Government   may j     Artificial  worms  that  bear   a   re-  "Skeena" and "Saguenay," have com- , take active measures to prevent Cap-  maricable resemblance to. the genuine  pleted their power trials. ^ tain Sir Hubert Wilkins from making   ^ave been made for fishermen. They  The "Saguenay,"  destined for ser-j his    projected    journey to the north   can be cut into desired lengths.  vice   on   the   eastern   seaboard, - will! pole In a submarine, it was stated in  leave Portsmouth for Canada during   an    Exchange    Telegraph     despatch  from Oslo.  The message quoted the Oslo news-  Abeiderbladet"  as saying the  Pray j service on the Pacific Coast, and will \ government considers the  expedition  Portsmouth   for   the    Pacific' as an "unnecessary risk    of   human  about 10 days after the "Saguenay,"  life."     If the Wilkins expedition calls  at Norway en route to the pole, the  despatch said, the government plans  June under Commander Percy Nelles.  The "Skeena," named after the riv-  under Commander V. G. Brodeur.  The new destroyers will replace the  Champlain" and "Vancouver," loan-   to enforce the regulations enabling it  ed to Canada by the Royal Navy during the construction of the new .vessels.  Second Hundred \Teaxs Hardest  That the second hundred years are  the hardest is the opinion of Miss Ann  Stansall of Mansfield, England, when  she celebrated her iOist birthday recently.      She said that since she had  to exercise definite control over all  Arctic expeditions starting from that  country.  Mechanical Eye   For Airmen  It  Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia racks  the  nerves  or lumbago,,..-.  crlnples the back is the time to tcstSwlthout an inner  struggle;  compare  the virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric K "ft" a QO '  Oil.    Weil rubbed in it will still the  pain and produce a sensation of ease  and rest. A trial of it will establish  faith in it.  Silver Wires  For Violin Bows  John 5.30; 6.38'  "So let me follow after Thee,  It may be to Gethsemane,  To suffer, pray, and conquer still.  Because I do my Father's will."  Friends Who Failed, verses 45, 40.  ���������And when He rose up from His  prayer, He came unto tbe disciples  and found them sleeping from sorrow, Matthew and Mark speak of two  other prayers, each following a turning   to  the   disciples   for   sympathy,  New  Device Can Penetrate Average  Fog For Two Miles  A. new mechanical eye which sees  two miles through average fog was  passed the century, mark she had been : described to the Engineers' Club, at  attended for the first time by a doc- j Dayton, Ohio, by W. F. Westerndarp  tor, had taken her_fi.rjst dose of medi-! of the General Electric Research lab-  tf.-T.__   en--.   Visa.-,   mvi-   fV.__   "���������__-__s__-..*j.~ _>-.*   ������w_. ! ,���������.._���������_.���������������*.. 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On entering the    Garden    He  with silver wires of hair-Mke fineness,. had aglced the pr|������ii0ffed three, Peter,  slightly roughened on their surface* | James, and John, to keep guard while  to set the violin strings vibrating. It I He went farther on ancl prayed. I-Iow  is stated that a sensitiveness and bril- sorely Ho needed the comfort of their  Hance of tone are achieved that excel! g^Himju^whwHo noYdcd tK  the effects usually obtained with tho! the most. On returning He found  old horsehair.���������Popular Science, , thorn sleeping for sorrow.   A strange   ! complexion of words, yot no ono will  havo difllculty in understanding them  who has ever experienced the stupefaction which kind nature sends to  tho sensoH when he has borne the utmost that can be borne.  "Why sleep ye?" Jesus said to  His disciples; "rise and pray that ye  enter r>ot into temptation."  s  MM  s  ss  __.  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"I must gro up to "bed. I'm behaving  like a. vacillating woman. Perhaps  the morning light will clear my  brain."     .'' ���������  ���������-  It did. He knew, when he awoke,  that he was . going home. He was  sorry to disappoint Angela, but he  would let her know how greatly he  appreciated her kindness; and, after  all, it could'nt make any real difference to her whether he went or not.  Ke whistled as he dressed���������descended  hurriedly fearing he was late; but as  he passed the desk on the way to his  early breakfast,, the clerk stopped  him.  A note for you, Mr. Hastings, 'Mrs.  Halliday left it."  IHKUUSTY  HIGHWAY    I  - BT - |  CHRISTINE   WHTTINa S  - PAR-IENTER 3  mm  Copyright 1929 3  ������r_gSS_B!__i������iiEiiil_iHiiiIi!IIHlllUII������KHins:  CHAPTER XVHI.���������Continued.  ____ his surprise Nick stared at her  -bo intently that she hushed, and sat  a little stralghter In her chair.  "That's mighty thoughtful of you,"  he aaid at last, "but I'd hardly like to  accept so much from mere acquaintances."  "Oh,, that needn't trouble you!  "They're only too glad to take along  an attractive man. It won't cost you  a penny, Nick. "Sou don't mind hay  Baying that, do you?���������but-1 know  such things have to he considered.  Th������ Myers are tremendously wealthy,  and they are constantly inviting people on trips like this. They prefer  It to hotel life. I think it would he  almost wicked to let slip the chance.  You're not likely to run into such a  thing again."  Jj_i nashed ,thiou^h.-Siic&?s-mtod that  this was a v$ry kind and tactful thing  for Angela Halliday to do. She realized that he couldn't afford much  sight-seeing, and that such a trip  would mean a great deal to him. In a,  rush of impulsive gratitude he said:  *T don't know how to thank you. Can  you give me twenty-four hours to  think it over?"  Angela smiled.  'That's just what I can't do.     You  .<seo. If you don't go there's someone  at the Titchfle.d they mean to ask.  He's leaving at once, and they'd have  to speak  to him tomorrow, after 2  bring back your    verdict.    However,  I'll give you the evening to mull it  ��������� over; but I warn you you'll miss the  time ������of your -life if you refuse!"  .  "I can believe* that.   It's a luarvel-  lou0 opportun^yir.^nd you crossed the  island just! to glvo'it to me?"  He was  honestly touched. Angela  saw, and took ad vantage of the fact.  "I'd do more "than that for a good  friend like you, Nick," ;ishe said, -ivith  -obvious sincerity.  "Well " He arose slowly, and  pulled hntqk her chair. "I'll let'you  know in the mo_-hmg.vWbuid'you like  to walk a bit before dark���������or are you  tired?"  ������������������Let's walk by all means. Can't  ���������wo get somewhere by ourselves?"  ; It was dark when they returned,  ���������and strains of music were wafted  from the ballroom. They stood on  the veranda, looking ln at tho gaily  lighted Bcene. Not many wero dnnc-  ���������__.i^__i_a.,i___-_-__.--r^. :;���������_.i._'. :_ l _..������������������"���������_ z.T:rmu ___,'  CO DKJS  %mf rc r^i W  lift off - No Pain /  was too much for Angela.  "kefs dance. You do dance, don't  you, Nick?"  ^Try me and see. We dance, you  know, even in Bakersville. Not that  I ever went to dancing school. My  Uncle would have vetoed that; tout  I'd have danced, Angela, had I been  born on a desert island. It's the music  that was horn in me, I suppose, That's  a waltz _ Have you forgotten how to  waltz in these jazzy days?"  "Try me and see," echoed Angela,  with a soft laugh.  Between strolls through sweet-  scented shrubbery, they danced, till a  tired orchestra put up its instruments!  for the night.  "Have you decided?" asked Angela,  as they stood together drinking in  cooling breaths "of the soft, night air.  Nick looked at Angela, and from  Angela to a vista of what seemed at  that moment an enchanted sea. It  would be wonderful indeed to set sail  upon it���������to go to "the ends of the  earth" as he had meant to go five  years hefore. And -John Maxwell  had told him to take his time. As for  Gay, she wouldn't have him miss it  for a kingdom. If there were time to  consult her���������but there!���������there wasn't.  He must decide himself. And he'd he  a blooming idiot to let such a chance  slip by. It would mean only a month.  Angela had said they would arrange  to drop him somewhere. To be sure,  "somewhere" was rather indefinite,  but there were ports no farther- from  ISfevir York than Kingston, and no  doubt it could be arranged.  Nick stirred restlessly. The old  love of adventure was back, relentlessly urging. His .eyes met Angela's,  blue and wistful in the starlight.  ���������Td love you to go, Nick."  He smiled. What a nice little thing  she was! Gay was all wrong about  her. She'd see it, too, when he told  her how Angela had crossed the island just to give him this wonderful  opportunity. Why, she was kind!  Perhaps she was lonely���������unhappy ���������  and lio occiiieu like an old friend.  He -"���������' !"���������'*'��������� ���������  ^^^^qjUK&S cf  ^mtMiDogr SCOTTIE^  children  pelted us with soft mud.       But  finally   my. turn   came.     Suddenly  I  dug  my toes Into that burro and c_.ar_.ed the.  mob.      He bowled several over, and in a  One  fat .fellow stood In my way, but that  donlcey just butted nim in the belt, and  he landed kerplunk on the side of a tent.  After that we .galloped off Into the night  before - anyone could saddle a horse.  Up the valley, I found a cHff with sharp  edged rocks.,' Working: close to it, I begun to rub the ropes which bound my  wrists, -on the rough", surface. Then  lights foeg-an to twinkle here and there  in .the valley, as the bandits set out- to  hiint. for me with torches. Five minutes,  ten,.'fifteen, I yubbed those tough ropes,  while the lights came nearer, then just  I had" given up hope���������they snapped  and I was free!  My arms -were so numb that I vras almost as helpless as a baby. Up and  down' the" valley bobbed the torches ���������  and'. each ��������� torch was carried by a man-  hunter." 'I edged close into the cliff,  while the feeling gradually came back  into my hands."  Fortunately for me. no one came near  my  hiding. place.     Whenever  a  bandit's  ������*__*._���������  RELIEF  Jftmt a drop or two of Putnam's on  ,4iny a ore corn unjl out comco nil tho  pain. Tho corn shrivels up and drops  -oft!. JSTo scar, no pain, no pinching  from tight shoos. You can dance or  walk in comfort. tJso only Putnam's  Corn XQxtiuotor. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sold by druggists everywhere  PMtf _____        ^H^MwM������ ������. us JL\ ������. A   WM   J^gKta  m    m mMflBBIm nu,  D       Ak      Ik.     am 7JW  D       _____ _____ ^Qj^k Bl        ^DHIk ^^W Am^8      ^2^h.  QggP    ������j fi"^a9l*mm,%XB^rB 4-__y  W.    N,    XT,  'ISM,  "Well?" Angela insisted.  "Ill-go," said Nick.  He squared his shoulders, as if in  relief at the decision.  " Angela, said: ..."That's, splendid!  We'll see that you don't regret it. I  must say good-night now Nick. I'm  taking the early train and I'm rather  tired, you've given me a beautiful  evening. Your dancing was-���������something to dream about."  "Not a nightmare, I hopei?"  'She smiled as they moved toward  the door,     y _     .,..,'  "Not a nightmare. You won't be up  when I leave, so I'll say good-bye.  I'll write you further about our plans.  Good-night."  He had taken her hand, that soft,  white hand that Gay had once remembered with regretful pain.  "Good-night; but it's not good-bye.  I'll hayo breakfast with you, of  course, and see you off. I do most  of my sight-seeing in the mornings."  He ��������� watched "her go up the stairs,  where, turning as she reached the  top, she waved ^farewell. Nick saluted,  and went out again on the cool veranda, seating himself in a secluded  place, the better to drink In the beauty of the tropic night.     ;  Now that Angela was gone he felt  subtly/dazed at this sudden change of  plan. It was as if a fairy god-mother  had appeared before him, and ns suddenly vanished. He wondered, as-tho  thought of homo came hack again, if  his decision had been wise. There  was yet time. ....  . "What Is thc matter with me?" he  mused. "I change about with every  wind like an infernal weathercock.  While Angela was talking I felt that  it would be absurd to refuse tho invitation; yet now, whon I remember  how long I've boon away, and that  doing thla will mean giving up .'our  weeks at camp next fall, it doesn't  nccm fair too Gay. Bho need,, a, change  as well as I; and I've had a "bully  time as it Is. Why can't X be satis-  fled with what I've got out of it  now?"  Ho sat quite still, looking off at tho  quiet water���������then up at tho stars.  Oh, it would ho glorious to cruise  lira thedo beautiful blue, wafers." he-  thought. "I'd boo things I , never  dreamed of seeing, still���������the tlmo  will soom horribly long to Gay, back  thovo In Bakersville doing tho samo  old stunts, I wonder If it Isn't my  duty to go homo? What won it my  mother aaid about tho straight ancl  narrow way that I must tread If I  wore to bo happy? Perhaps my real  happiness does Ho in Uio rond home..  It will bo bully to see Gay again���������to  ������(_���������_.-_������_.    ������������.__-    _wvna9"    *._.!������/__!    TkT-^..,      ....  KVSA'G   _->     _*V������,     ^WM>.   . Cb^ACU     J.1 JLV.CV,      C*S������-  tonished. "She was taking ths early  train."  "Guess you made a mistake, sir.  She was booked all the time to go by  automobile. Started at six-thirty."  "I���������I. must have misunderstood  her,"' said Nick dazedly.  He walked out on the piazza to  read his note:  . .Dear Nick; Hope you didn't rise  early on my account. I've decided to  go by auto, and thought best not to  disturb yo��������� hy any change of plans.  So glad you decided sensibly about  the trip; and do arrange to settle  your business within a week. I'm so  happy to think you're joining us. It  makes lots and lots of difference to  me, Nick, having a friend like you  along.   Yours, Angela.  "Well!" said Nick.    He looked off  at  the sparkling  water,   and heard,  dimly, the ripple of waves upon the  sand. "Well;'that settles it, I suppose.  I  could hardly  back  out by letter,  even if there were, time, and I understood Iter to say the  other possible  guest waa leaving at   once.     That's  why she hurried hack.      Probably a  letter would he too late.  Guess I'll  call  it  Fate.       Fymiy,'too���������it was  after eleven when1 she went up. Queer  time to    change-  her    plans���������still���������  that's not ir_y a___a_r; a__d it was corking of her to remember me .and arrange this  thing.  I guess she  was  right. It's the wise thing to do now  I'm here.   Ill make up to Gay somehow when I get home���������and it's only  a month���������the chance  of a lifetime.  ���������WHAT CAME BEFORE: After many  adventures ftylng1 over the war zone in  China. Captain Jimmy and Scottie set  lost in the dark'and land In enemy territory, A-freight train leaves supplies at;! moment the camp was in an uproar  a > siding, and they are cautiously approaching:, -when Interrupted. r  Quietly    v.-e    approached    the    freight  train.-The food and-gasoline-which we  needed  so   badly - would    soon   be   ours.  Then,  right out of the ground leaped a  darts form.'   A heavy blow landed on my  head, .'and-1 icne.w. no mor^. ."/"       |  Q'Fsui������i&_ly..''I' becaiuc conscious, '    Joifc-���������  Jolt~jolt_ I tried to put my hands to my.)  head but they were  securely   bound..]  Someone   had   tied |  me on the back of   as  a   burro,   and   just  ahead   the   Colonel  and  Fu   Hsu   were,  '; securely ���������bound* oh  .two.more. Number-;  less other donkeys  loaded .with bundles  and   boxes    moved  in single file along  n      harrow,    rocky   i-_       --..-���������.������������. ,_-        , _.._.  path, and leading each; strode a wicked i torch went out,   he  would  make a  dash  looking    riifaan,"    armed    to    the    teeth. I tor camp,   so  as not to be  left  alone lo  -��������� ��������� ....... . jthe ...   darkness. * 4 ��������� fl  I Prohahlv he wb.;. JmBt m.  Chinese bandits had captured us.  hi'Io we  I Probably he tvas  _������������������.-    _   ..-._..    g-  Lima   wc ; _ m w a ���������. A    __#-  scorched! f^1 lump  on his back, and  ���������went, while a great blazing sun swreueu i j_������mn    ..in.rviT-._r  us with stifling heat.       The bandits had   araF9n_ jumping  plenty   of   water,   but   for   us., never   a3  drop.     Bet-ween   drinks  they would   grin  at us,   and  pat their  stomachs,   seeming  .to  enjoy our misery-    Of Scottie I knew  nothing,   and became very anxious as to  his  fate.  Everything must end sometime. Toward nightfall we came in sight . of a  rift in the mountains, where the sheer  cliffs rose for hundreds of feet into the  air. Here indeed, -was an ideal spot \  for a bandit camp. A few men could hold  the defile , against ah army. Below  stretched a beautiful valley, green and  fre3h as a mountain paradise.  The burros, scenting the sweet grass,  rushed down toward, the bandit camp in  a. regular stampede. .As we approached,  a miserable looking mob of men. women  and children,  swarmed out of the tents.  They were a hard-bitten crowd,  every  dying away with  him to its den.  Anyhow, the  torches wen t  out one \>y one,  and the search-  ended for. the  time. Soon the  camp   Quieted  down. Sentries paced to and fro. but as  the night -wore on, even these huddled  close to the dying camp fires, and dozed  in the fltful light.  Just  the  Sdeal  time for a  raid"        _>.������  one would ever expect a prisoner to suddenly attack a camp full of armed men.  Cautiously X _ct out towatw the  Lents.  (To Be Continued.)  one of .them. They jeered at us, and the  Toronto.  Anyone   desiring   photo   of  Captain   Jimmy,  write to  Captain  Jimmy,   2010  Star Build-tiff,  ISoHfonft Chocolate Malted Milk  The health-giving, delicious drink for children and grownups.     -     -     -     Pound and half pound tins at your grocers  Russia's Armed Youth  Already his spirits were rising.  went in to breakfast.  <To Be Continued.)  He  Persian Balm is inevitably chosen  hy discerning women. .Delightful to  use. Subtly fragrant. Cooling and  refreshing. Imparts a rare youthful  charm to the complexion. Invaluable  for softening and making hands flawlessly white. Tones and stimulates the  skin. Useful for ttie family also. Protects the tender skin of the child and  is excellent for the father as a hair  fixative and cooling shaving lotion.  Soviets    Molding   Boys    Into   Form  Approved By Communists  In   Soviet Russia  every  youth  is  being taught to hear aims. ; At the  m.i. ������_-_'_.      I-i ������__������������L     ���������____'   4 ..     In  n f _ 'i  .inr   '"Ti   _.n. _   i ."-   i*f   *_ .'.      _^_.  OCUUG     B^UAf?    AAV    .__>     UCiUK    .___L-._L_d_.     _JV     *_X���������  fort of instruction and discipline into  the' form approved by fanatic communism. Every source of information of other idss^s or ideals is being  shut ofit_ from the mind of Russian  youth. The result must be the preparation of an army of narrow fanatics, unquestioning, uninformed, hostile to all the outside world.  In Fascist Italy somewhat the same  process is going on. If Fascist youth  is not shut off as completely as the  youth of Russia from outside realities, it Is hedng intensively trained in  Fascist ideas under cover of a censor-  Will Cultivate Estates  "Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think anything as of ourselves; hut our sufficiency is of God."  ���������2 Corinthians iii. 6.  Leaning on Him, make with reverent  meekness.  His own thy will.  And with  strength from  Htm  shall  thy utter weakness  Life's tasks fulfill.  ���������John Greenleaf Whittier  Most beautiful when the strength  is one of humility instead of pride,  and the trust no more in the resolution we have taken, but in the hand  we hold.-���������John Ruskln.  Let me truly feel, that in myself,  I am nothing, and at once through  every Inlet of my soul God comes in  ship which discourages and suppress- j and is everything to ine. Ana aa  es criticism and inquiry. At the same soon as I feel this, the almightiness  time it is being armed and disciplined , of God pours through my spirit like a  as a military body-  Train  Crew  SiiSS  Faithful  Republican Government Of Spain Will  Cultivate Land Formerly Used  By Nobility  Spain's Republican Government has  Issued two decrees to enforce cultivation of land on the large estates  formerly held by the nobility.  They create local committees empowered to order the owners of untitled land to cultivate their property under instructions toy thc committees, as to the nature of the crops to  be planted and the wages to he paid  farm workers.  Primary consideration In this action, Bovorrsnenfc spokesmen havo  said, la to relievo unemployment and  to increase national pwoductlon.  stream, and I can do all things  through Him that strengthens me.���������  William Mountford.  i'1   '       :���������;���������     ��������� '    ,.)  Nothing will blind a man ho effectively as throwing gold dust in his  eyes.  Imports of linen piece goods into  China last year wero nearly double  those of 1020.  stiffness:  Plmnty <tt -V_l__*rr_'a w������ll  L-utibiJ  -_������  nu&ii   *���������<_(;*.  you*  tlalil.    __������.__��������� lit* mot* p*tt  with wium -wnisr halar* y_>u*  nutti  You'll loon limber up I  Cares For Grave Of Bdy Who Waa  - Conductor's Friend  Even residents of Elrod, South  Dakota, have forgotten the name of  the boy who is buried beside (the  Northwestern Railroad .tracks near  there, hut periodically a passenger  train stops and the crew cares for tho  grave. For several years the boy stood  hy the tracks each day, watched the  train pass and waved to William P.  Chambers, tlio conductor. The boy  died. Chambers made a pilgrimage  weekly to the grave, keeping it in  condition and planting flowers. Tho  boy^s parents moved away, but Cham-  bora continued his visits. The conductor's last request before he died  recently was that thc grave bo not  neglected. Martin Redmond, who succeeded Chambers as conductor, stopped tlio train at tho grave and placed  a wreath on tlie mound.  Radio For Lifeboat*  A small and complete radio power  plant has been perfocted for use In  lifeboats. Designed to bo part of regular lifeboat equipment and always  ready for use, tho small self-contained  radio .station generates -100 watts,  which 3*1 Kufllclont power to {.end  short-wave distress signals 1,000  miles, It will operate five hours on a  gallon of gasoline.  Whon Alarlc sot tho ransom, of  Rome, In tho year 400, he demanded  aa one Item 8,000 pounds of popper.  X_i. gland now gottt nearly half of  its moat and poultry uupply from foreign rtourcaa.  When  BABIES  are Upset  BABY ills nnd ailments soem twicft  na serious at night. A sudden cry  inoy menu colic. Or a sudden attnclc  of diarrhea. How would you meet  thin emergency���������tonight? Have you a  bottle ol Castoria ready?  For tlio protection of your woo  one���������for your own peace of mind���������  keep this old, reHnble prepnrniion  always on hand. But don't keep it  juhL for emergenciea; let it ho nn  everyday nid, Its gentle influence  will ciibo nnd noolho tho infant who  cannot sleep. I In mild regulation will  help an older child whoso tongue ia  coated hccnuHc of sluggish bowole.*  All druggist), have Cnutoria.  ������(fi&������_sii_3^ THJ_   UK___������TI>JN   JttlfiVilSW  The telephone  makes  him "feel at  home"  be of great assistance to the enumerators if they will give the required informotion without hesitancy.  Each enumerator, in taking his  under way from the tourist park which  was visitors' headquarters.  ���������The American Legion Posts at  Bonners Ferry, Sandpoint and Coeur  d'Alene were represented by bugle bands  oath of office, has bound himself who were liberal with their music for the  ������.���������-���������������.-A ���������__,_,__���������__..���������_-______   __.__  .  t,AiA.*Aii/4_i4-AuAaAaAnAiAiAnAi tft ���������_*_-_<?__-.A* A __���������#>��������� A ���������_������������������>���������  Jack had the blues. He  didn't believe he could ever  "feel at home" in that town.  The people were nice; they  were friendly���������but, somehow,  they couldn't take the place  of the folks at home.  He thought he'd call up his  people hy long-distance tele-  phoue and tell them he  was coming home. Then he  was happily inspired. If he  could Just talk to his folks, it  would be almost the same as  being at home.  So he placed the long-distance  call, and soon after, his father's  cheery "Hello!" over the wires  e to the blues.  iet.i  proved a good-by  "Now I  always feei at  with a telephone handy,"  Jack.  iicnie  says  Koeienay Telephone Go.  not to divulge to any other  person any information received  and recorded on the census schedules. No one will have access to  these records who has not taken  the oath.  In order to speed up the work  in the rural districts, the statistical department has mailed out to  each farm owner the agricultural  form on which the record of the  farm will be taken, with the re-  quesf that the farm owner, or  occupier, fill in the required  particulars thereon in readiness  for the enumerator when he  makes his call.  If the farmers of the   district  will be good enough to do this it t Auxiliary  wilf tend for a better census and  will materially assist the enumerator in his work.  The information secured by  the census is solely for statistical  purposes, and it is guaranteed by  the^ statistical department at  Ottawa that it will not be used  in respect to taxation or any  other such purpose.  SA11 are urgently requested to  do their part in making the  census as complete as possible.  I K,.  t a/jr  LirwiTED  mt  rs'_sr__,|F'<,**'������  S������gr%#i.rill  ncvicvf  Issued! every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to "O.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON.   B.C.,  FRIDAY,   MAY 29  ������ * 11 *  ���������   ������_������>������_%������*     ������r _rvsM"__v i  2_tt?I������E������?l������.   Reiiiil*  I _a^GT_a|V A tfrtfMrlJ.*Ml  -L_cui l^taiJr _rm*i_v#*������"*-_%#*������  parade which proceeded along Canyon  street to Third street and back to the  monument where the three American  posts and members of the Ladies'  Auxiliary took up a position on Barton  Avenue,-and the quite large turnout of  local veterans faced the monument  lined up on the main street.  Col.   Mallandaine, V.D., was in fine  form in extending the official welcome,  stressing the great value of  these international get togethers, and in reply C.E.  Kallead,     Commander    First   District  Council American Legion, Department  of   Idaho,   spoke   in   equally   felicitous  terms    Then   followed   greetings  ffom  the   Idaho   Ladies   Auxiliary   delivered  Meek, and from the National j  by   Mrs.   Laubaugh.   O    C.  Wilson, department   commander Idaho  Legion, also spoke briefly.  The feature of the exercises at the  monument, however, was the presentation of a Canadian fiag to the Creston  Legion from the Idaho Legion membership. Adjt. Lester Albert* who made  the presentation address, spoke in  eloquent terms of the revered hist ric  traditions of the flag, the international  goodwill that prompted its presentation.  In a few well chosen words President W.  V. Jackson of Creston Legion, accepted  the colors.  After   the   exercises   the parade    reformed and marched back to the tourist  Prime No. 1  Mutton, Lamb &_������ Veal  Phone your order and receive our best  4  <  4  4  4  <  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Br ana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  BURNS & COMPANY.Ltd  *SSm^       t^^^^p^    ?_/    ^^9.   *^s     ^^ww    ^^_E^^        ^^^___?^^H        ^^H^^'     ^^l__a^^    m^m   ^m   ���������___.    **mt */������*     ^p ^^      -^��������� ^_��������� ^    ^������___v^v ^m.   ^^^  !  W^^pM^MMMH_MH|M,  ���������w w m w *f���������**'  ���������yo'yp't'T'yff'  MMHM������9WMWMfVMr*<ar*0������  haaaaaaaac-BBaBBaaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaaaanaaaaaaaa-ii-i-  Ths Census  150 Autos Carrying Legion and  Auxiliary Members Cross the  Line���������Three Bugle Bands in  Parade���������Present Colors-  Enumerators, for the taking of  the census of Canada, will start  their work on Monday, the first  day of June.  It is safe to say that everyone,  if they will give the matter  thought- will &sn.ee that it is in  the interest of their district that  as perfect a census as possible be  taken.  The citizens generally can each  *As predicted, the second annual reunion-of American Legion members from  all points in Idaho and northeast Washington with the members ot Creston  Post of the Canadian jL_������gsc__ en Saturday, was more largely attended and the  exercises more -impressive than on the  occasion of the first get together a . year  previous.      ������������������       '   ���������'  The iiay's proceedings followed along  the    lines    laid   down   in   the official  programme.    The    visitors    began   to-  arrive about 4 o'clock, and shortly after  4.30 the   march to the monument got  in  SII_tfM_ER  sftouEfft   Saw--!. ������   $������__3s  _FI_21_S 2������iS.OT-e������T10ra  FAR from every hope of aid if a blaze takes  hold, the inflammable construction of. the  average summer home makes it a source o������  danger and anxiety.  Minimize the flre hazard by lining inside walls  and ceilings with inexpensive Gyproc Wallboard  that does not burn.  This building material is made from gypsum  rock into sheets 4 to 10 feet long, 4 feet wide and  f������ of an inch thick. It nails and cuts as easily aa  lumber and with minimum waste.  Find out from your dealer how inexpensive  Gyproc is; how easy to erect. Ask him. for full  information about its application or request a  direction sheet from him.  Besides being fire-resistant, Gyproc has structural strength and insulation value. It is also  draught and vermin-proof.  By panelling, you can save the oacpense of  decoration, yet Gyproc is an excellent baa������ for  Al7.bnst.ine, Gyptex or wallpaper*  Send lor the free booklet, "Building tend  Remodelling with GYPROC*        371W  GYPSUM, LIME anil ALABASTRINE, CANADA, LIMITED  Vnnco nv������r B. C.  park where the Canadians had a wonderfully fine informal visit and Dutch  lunch, and at 8 p.m. an assembly  estimated at about 250 couples gathered  at the main building on the exhibition  grounds which has been floored and with  music from an eight-piece orchestra  dancing was much enjoyed until i a.m.  In addition to the huge gathering at the  dance there seemed to be just as many  spectators and merrymakers on the  exhibition grounds.  Many of the visitors remained over  until Sunday for the baseball contest  between the Sandpoint-BonnerS Ferry  team and Creston, in which the former  were winners by a score of 22-2.  Estimates of the number of visitors in  town that day run all the way from  500  to 800, with the former figure decidedly  low as customs officer Davis at Rykerts  reports     clearing     1-50     cars   carrying  Legion and Auxiliary .membersaimost ex-  clusively, and in addition to these., there  were  many   citizens of Bonners Ferry  and   Boundary connty in town for   the  ceiebration.  F.  H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  JAS. CQM.PTO/V  AUOTtQNEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  Don't Delay!     Buy your  Supply  of  O ������ A L  AND     '  o o  N OW!  _d������&  for prices on hauling  anything anywhere  W%m        V  Q|SiSii ��������������� ���������  CUKtAin  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  .���������.���������������������������������������������������������������iiiiiiiiogiBiiiiiigiiiiiiial-lilllllllllIlllll  a  B  BB������Q  PHONE 66F.  GRESTON  KW^P^^^^abSffiPfa^^  For Salm hy  CHAS. a RODGERS,    Creston,  B.C.  POUND  DISTRICT ACT  Whereas under the provisions of this  Act application has been made to this  Lieutenant-Governor in Council to  constitute that certain parcel or tract of  land situated at Erickson in the Creston  Electoral District, which may be moro  particularly described aa follows:  Commencing at the N.W. corner of  Block   17,   'Lot   891,    Plan    698,  Kootenay  foistrict;   thence   southerly to the intersection of the west  boundary of Block 14. Lot 891, Plan  G98. and the northerly boundary of  the Canadian Pacific Right of Way;  thence south-easterlj., easterly and  north-easterly, following the northerly boundary of the said right of  way to tho east boundary of Block  24, Lot 812,   Plan   730-A;    thence  northerly to tho N.E. corner of said  Block 24; thence  easterly  to  tho  S.E. corner of   Block 28,  Lot  812,  Plan 780-A; thence northerly to tho  N.E. corner of Block 8. Lot 6821,  Plunk S<_3;   thence  yrcatcrly to tho  N.W. corner of Block 18, Lot 6821,  Plan 948;  thonco southerly to tho  N.E. corner of Block 16,  Lot  812,  Plan 780-A; thonco westerly to tho  N.W. corner of Block 1,   Lot   812,  Plan 700-A; thence northerly to tho  N.E. corner of Block 81, Lot 891,  Plan 698; thonco westerly to point  of co.muuucumcnt.  n pound district.  Notice Ib hereby given that, thirty  dayfl after tho publication of this notice,  tho Lieutenant-Governor In Qpuncll will  proceed to comply with tho application,  unlesB within tho ������mfd time objection is  mado byolght propriotoro within mi eh  proponed pound district. In Form 2 of  tho Schedule to tho oald Act, to tho  n._de_!.H:__ed. Am������������������������om,  Wm. ATKINSON  Mlnifitor of Agriculture  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C.  May 20th, 1981.  When* you pay a small  bill, use a Bank Money  Order. This method fa  safe and economical,  Tellers at any branch, of  the bank -will gladly sell  yon. Money orders*  400  1MMFBIAI   .RANK  i*yp- CANADA  NEAD Omce - TORONTO.  I Capital and R������sorv* $15,000,000 I  CRESTON        -        -        ~ J, $. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches mi Nofcori, l..vem.<u>_���������., Cranbrook, Famlo  Do Not Lose Interest  L   by   delaying   to   depot.it   your  savings.  F you cannot visit us personally,  ' send your deposits by mail. Have  (lie satisfaction of knowing that you*  money is safely protected and .8  earning interest regularly* 0_o  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Crcoton Brunch  R. J. Forbes, Manager A&  THE  CBSSTOH BETIBW  =������������������  \_>.6XXi������  nsus o:  3,H_3_Clcl  In tbe opening weeks of June every family and  every borne in Canada will be visited by a representative of tbe Government for tbe great national  purpose of taking tbe seventh, census of Canada.  Tbe census is really a stocktaking. Tbat is, it  provides tbe information to enable tbe Government and others interested in the development  of tbe -country to fGrmulate progressive policies  lor the happiness, comfort and prosperity of our  people.  AH tbe information supplied is strictly confidential- and tbe officers  of the Government are subject to severe penalty if they disclose any of  the information wbich is given to tbem by residents in tbe country, to  any other than the Government.  Furthermore, it has nothing whatever to do with taxation, or military  Bervice, or compulsory school attendance, or immigration, or any such  matter;and the Government itself cannot use it except for statistical  totals.  Ane government representative will put ine same questions to an,  and it is your duty as a resident of this country to answer promptly and  truthfully. Tbe Government is very anxious to avoid forcing anyone to  these questions^ but It is empowered to do so in tbe few ca:  *rm ���������mm 4?*mi _.r^*M  where individuals may refuse.  Issued by  HON. H. H. STEVENS,   Minister  DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND  COMMERCE���������OTTAWA  Dr. Lamb, of Victoria, inspector of  hospitals, was here on an official visit on  Sunday, and expressed himself delighted  with the success and satisfaction the  Creston Valley hospital is giving. The  number of patients .receiving treatment  is well up to the average of hospitals in  similar sized towns.  ��������� W. A. Archibald came In by plane on  Wednesday from a business trip that  took him as far east as Truro;, Nova  Scotia. He started this journey from  Vancouver about the middle of the  month, and he is the first to make' the  trip /-across the Dominion flying in  Canadian air the entire distance.  Auto bus service between Creston and  Spokane was resumed on Friday. Going  south the bus leaves Creston at 2 p m.,  and arrives from Spokane at 12.65. Bus  service is also provided from Creston  east to Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta.  Bus headquarters is at the Perdue  garage where tickets may be purchased  Geo. Nichel, of Creston school trustee  board, motored ta Nelson on Friday  I taking along with htm Miss Minnie  Huseroft, Arthur Couling, Herbert "Dodd  and Norman Nickel, who took pairt tithe schools' track meet the following  day. The only one to score was Miss  Huseroft, w o was third in the girls*  high jump.  Creators baseball talent took a bad  beating on Sunday from the Bonners  Ferry-Sandpoint team, the final court  being 22-2 in favor of the visitors.  Creston made no headway against the  stellar pitching of Allen until the eighth  innings, all the local counters coming in  the last two frame., in one of which  Earl C rigtie cracked out a home run.  Creston baseball team, strengthen' ^  by Pitcher Allan and Messrs Cainpbf 1  and.Rolph of the Bonners Ferry nin .  played against Michel at a tourname: t  at Cranbrook on Monday 1 Creston out ���������  hit and Showed equal fielding ability io  the miners but just could not hit when  hits meant runs, and Michel won by a  4-3 tally. Michel is expected to pl.y  here sometime in June.  Lutheran Chiarch  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Service.  10.00 a.m_���������Sunday School.  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome-"- Unchurched  specially invited.  C C. FFSBNOH  AUCTIONEER  CREBTON  S.O-  Sales conduc������d in any part of Valley.  Arrangements for sales can be made  with Chas. Murrell.  ������2. 4_������  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that any  person removing earth or other material  from the Government Reserve known as  Kootenay Flats is liable to prosecution  according to law.  jhl,  CATHCAHT,,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands, _     '  victoria, u.l;., April 8,1931  ^^^^^^S^^SSJ -|0cal and Personal  !___*  PARASOLS  in Paper, Cloth and  JKuiju tsilk  50c. to $2.00  Sporting Goods  Athletic Supports  Softball Goods  Baseball Goods  Tennis Supplies  Bathing Hats  Sun Visors  Beach Balls  Novelties  Spring Weather  Spring weather calls for a quicker fire���������  one that vou can let __ro out after meals.  m/ ������__7  EGG COAL is the answer  "THE SUMMER COAl_," just what von want for you  cook stove.    Try a ton of JEWELL EGG, $9.00  _  4  l  4  I  4  per ton delivered in town.  GRESTON DRUG k BOOK STORE  THE REXALL  STORE      .        ������      ���������   .  GEO. H. KTSI_I_Y  HIP.  NEW   ITOHD   TUDOR   SEDAN  ir.O.il.   ������_������������������  irindr������oBV   Ontario.  \umpmr$.   *par*   eirtt,   ami   ���������������_������������������  Mffra.)  585  Good Performance  at Low Cost  You 8Avi- wl-oxi you _.uy iliaJFoird urn. you eave ovory __.iio  you tlrlvo. Durlnpc tlio life of tlio cm tho wiving on Hbwn wont of  operation and up-keep -will nmonnt to considerably moro ttlmn  tfio naying on tho flrnt cobU   <  Don*, koep paying for repatrn on your old car when you  can buy a new Forep at ouch a low price. Woll give yon a  fjootl trado-ln allownnco and deliver llio Ford for a omall down  payment.  PREMIER GARAGE  CRESTON  B. G. L. Clarke of Vancouver* chief of  the Dominion fruit inspectors in British  Columbia, paid Greston a visit at the  middle of the week, interviewing selling  agencies in connection with the* 1931  fruitlinspectlonl-ervice at Valley pom's.  Mrs. lillie, who has spent the past  four months with friends at Athens and  other Ontaria points, arrived home on  Thursday last, coming in from Blairmore. Alberta, by, auto with her son.  Dr. Roy Lillie, who spent a couple of  days here.  A meeting -of the trustees of all the  Valley school districts was held on Tuesday evening at Creaton to discuss a consolidated high school for the hole  Valley area. Inspector Manning was  present and the matter was discussed at  great length.  J. P., McDonald, who has charge of  forestry work in his district, has been  advised that t;he territory supervised by  him has been extended west to include  Kootenay Bay and Gray Creels. Up  till this year Kuskanook was the  boundary line.  J, D. Wallachj one of the clerk's in the  vendor's store at Nelson was here  on Saturday to help out with the rush  for wet goods by many of tho visitors  from across tho line that dry. Provincial constable White of Kaslo was also  here for the day.  The opening feature of the D.O.K.K  ceremonial on Saturday afternoon is  carded for 6.80 p m., in. the vicinity of  the Grand Theatre., Votaries and tyros  are expected from all points in East  Kootenay and at least n dozen centres  in Idaho nnd Washington.  Rov. Thomas Scott in announced to  succeed Rev. A. Garlick as rector of  Christ Chur <*h, comni.;ndm������ hit. duties  on Sunday, Juno 7th,. Ho will bo  assisted that day by Principal Vance of  tho Vancouver theological college, nnd  there will be services at 8 and 11 a.m.  Wheat in head before tho end of  May  is certainly rare, but this week A. N.  Couling has tort with us a sample with a  , head two incuru long and quite well  filled oiit. It ia, of camrao, volunteer  wheht, but nit that indicates tho adaptability of tho valley climate to produce  grain.  Birth���������At Long Boaoh. Calif., on May  18th, to Mr. and Mrs. W B. Embreo, n  nnn, Richard Douglas In announcing  tho new arrival Bill rcraaurlcn that thc  boy Ih "apotential" president of tho  U.S., but will hardly attain that honor  as It In tho.intention to bring him to  Creston before long.  O.DC  _   _r& iki  111"  Vbo _r>  "dov *7<\  ALBERT DAVIES  mvw  i y nj ��������� mrm'*) ' v 'tf'y'T't't'T'  "wwwmr?^' wwwzvmms.m ''*'* 'v "*'"'*''  ���������"���������" 40'*Fm*f ' W  -_-. __..__.  __.      __ .  ._>. _fc.A. __.__.A. A. A. __��������� A._h._E.__._���������. __________  - *    ���������*���������    *��������� - ���������*���������    ^-'- A ��������� ^���������-A ��������� ^-'.m. - __  vt_  The Consolidated Mining  Smelting- Company of Canada, Ltd.  TRAIL, Britiah Columbia  manufacturers OF Ammonium Phosphate  EL^iHJ^iT Sulphate of Ammonia  BRAND ..  Chemical Fertilizers ' Triple Superphosphate  Sold by NA TIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  B^nd CADMIUM-BISMUTH  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  ^i i ^-m^mm^q^m^0mfm^mm^m^u^^mm^^v���������^ mimf\fam i mm'"i'|m~i"mm(-iirMMrr-Mpi���������MfT^M���������y^lP���������wrr"|Q~iriW,"1ir|y~~W���������*m���������n���������*m���������mm���������*g���������mij���������yHii.���������iy~**n|T*^y"i([i"-  I  4  I  ���������4  .  I  4  4  4  4  ���������i  4  4  4  Special Low .  *  *  .  . . . Summer Fares  EAST  -  WEST -   NORTH   -  SOUTH  NOW IN  EFFECT  c;aKamiiia,n:  Places to go ��������� things to see ��������� ways  to travel on a summer vacation are  offered in  great variety  Mountain Resorts  Pacific Coast  Vancouver Island  Alaska  Eastern Canada  Great Lakes  United Stmtes  Overseas Tours  Canadian Pacific Travel Export* u)Ul arrange muarythinu* or wrfim  G. D. BROPHY. Diairici Passenger Agent  Canadian Pacific Railway,   Calgary, Alta.  LOW WKEJK-EHD FARES between all painto En Canada.  Ltleru.iiivts ������m ffme and cotkiainm d&tailm  of wlendid Low Co&t Holidays  -RAILWAY  > LINKS  , itkaviu- ,  LinnuJ TE3S   ttKVlBW,   PSEST-Olf,   3.   ���������L  ^umA^^^^        ^B9 _i_EB9B__-___SR_k ^ABBB  ^}^!'^n""S'n'-  _������_____  5<S2^_S.'"*.:J������__. _. ������������������_"v^rt7Tv/^^.7i^a������iK!^TK^-a  _������5-S_-fc������___^-_9W__^^  _te^fc_������*iM^i.;?&''_7__^"TY?.'rT-*,-^-7^^^ .   x enow la&ei &a&a������a m?cts a iv  Bswwm label Sala^ia70ets a lb  *F?@sla f arossa tise g.  .*���������___������  ���������������   "���������w n -^_r   ~r_r      t -i -_=r-������ m Ar^m   *  Ihe  West s .Besetting Sin  If there Is ine besetting sin indulged in by the people of Western  Canada it is the sin of impatience. Living in a new country, a country  Which fifty years ago was given over to roving bands of Indians and  Immense herds of buffalo, our people today, expect and demand ail those  services and conveniences which it has taken centuries to build up and  develop in older lands. It is a good fault to want the best there is in life for  our children; it is a laudable ambition to work to secure such things; a  proper .spirit of discontent is all right, provided it is a proper spirit.  .Hut in a vast extent of territory o\'er which population is as yet but  thinly spread, where the element of time has not yet permitted that degree  of productive development which leads to the accumuiatioa of certain  reserves of wealth, for people to expect to enjoy all those things which it ia  possible for older countries of large populations and centuries of accuniula-  tio____ to provide for their people, is not reasonable. Whatever we have must  UsmsssI Cafe fa LoskIosi  mmmmmmmmmmwa*m  Automatic Maohixies Will Serve Meaia  lit -Record Thane  Five-minute meals will be the order  of the day when -London's latest speed  restaurant ia opened in the Strand.  No dish will cost more than sixpence, and ail foods will be served  through automatic machines. Soiled  plates will be slipped Into letter-box-  like slots, and there is an Ingenious  arrangement by which customers can  wash and sterilize their own glasses.  "Soft" drinks, supplied through  automatic machines, may be aerated  if desired.  Customers simply slip their still  drinks into a little machine, press a  button, and the  "still drink becomes  afiu i_uii{j.  Because of regulations alcoholic  beverages cannot be supplied through  an automatic machine, and a barman  has been employed to look after this  department. Here, also, the highest  price will be sixpence.  The restaurant is to be open day  and night, week days and Sudnays.  Se2f!������TO leetai i^w&fe^  Cat m%mwt W&m  ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  ������nd sure.  A daily dash of ENO'S  "Fruit Salt" in a glass of  water, morning- or night, tones  tip and sweetens tlie entire  eystem. Acid stomach, fatigue,  biliousness, quickly  disappear.  SAVED IMPORTED DRESS  mS       J^aAV .-_������_*���������. *      Am*������4m*\\A\  4n     *-V*_i    "W__������������->  ti2.vs not sufficient T>eool6 nor sufficient  wealth to pay for what we want, we must of necessity go without until such  time as we are able to provide them. And to be discontented with our lot  in the meantime is neither reasonable nor right.  For example. Good,, all-weather highways to serve all parts of "Western  Cased a is the desire of everybody; it is a laudable desire. Efforts to realize  It are being- put forth, but people are impatient, and demand still larger  programmes of construction, notwithstanding the fact that it is taxing  their resources to the utmost to pay interest charges on past construction  and finance the carrying- out of existing programmes of new construction.  There is -nothing to "be gained, and much to be lost by having the whole  country criss-crossed with good roads, provided with telephone and electric  power services, equipped with churches, schools and hospitals. - and other  services and conveniences now so generally regarded as necessities, if as a  ^result of providing them the burden of taxation ls so heavy as to drive the  people off their land. All these things are -worse than , valueless if the  people cannot maintain an existence to enjoy them.  To cite another example. Within the past two years there has beer-  erected and equipped, in the Province of Saskatchewan, three technical  schools, one at Regina, a second at Moose J&w, less than 50 miles distant,  and a third at Saskatoon, 150 miles away, each of which has cost half a  million dollars, or a total of $1,500,000. This large expenditure for purely  technical education has been made in a Province where over 70 per cent, of  the population lives in rural communities, and where constant stress is laid  on "the importance of educating the youth to remain on the land.  The point is not that technical schools are not good and desirable  things. No, the point is, are we not aiming to provide these good things  before we can afford to do so, and, to the extent that we mortgage our  future in this way, are we not crippling our own efforts to provide and  maintain something else much more essential and which would benefit a  much larger percentage of all the people who have to bear the taxation  fcur&ez.? Are we not trying to ape other and older lands in our impatience  to have everything they have, which no doubt they can afford now after  long: decades of growth, but which we cannot afford because we are not  numerous and wealthy enough to carry the resultant financial burden.  Few men and fewer women there are but would like to live in a better  house than they now occupy,���������if they could afford it, but knowing they  cannot afford it they make the best of what they have. Many of them  could have the finer house of their dreams if they were prepared to  mortgage their wholo future for it, and, while living in it, denied themselves  other things and lived in a state of worry over the payments to be made.  The country is ju3t an aggregation of individuals. They can have  those things they are impatient to possess largely because other countries  have them, but if in their impatience, and unwillingness to wait until they  occupy much, the same position as those others who can afford these things,  they plunge ahead and get them, then thoy must not be impatient of the  taxes they are called upon to pay, nor resentful if, being unable to pay, they  loso all they had accumulated ln years gone by.  It Is ln times like these that heed should be given to such matters. The  present lo hard for most people, and in no small degree because of the  mistakes of past, made individually and collectively. This present depression  will pass; good times will come again. Wo must willy-nilly be patient now.  But will the old impatience come back with renewed force? Will we as a  people still insist on running before we really .are able to walk? If so, wo  will stumble again and fall once moro.  "After a little wearing, a lovely green  voile���������an important dress���������lost color  so completely that it was not wearable. A friend who had admired It  asked me why I wasn't wearing it  any more. On hearing the reason,  she   advised   dyeing   it   and   recom-  ���������- ��������� -,.a���������J T"_���������������_._������������._ . T>.._vrs TV. ���������V.O&-KX -o  iuctiucu     __._������������ I n v.__*_      __.^^._7.       .. ������-.     ���������__..__������.-     -������  long story short, it turned out  beautifully. I have a lovely new  dress that really cost just 15c���������the  price   of   one   package   of   Diamond  T"ta_4_c_  ��������� j ~-���������.  "I have since used Diamond Dyes  for both tinting and dyeing. They  do either equally well. I am not an  expert dyer but I never have a failure  with Diamond Dyes. They Beem to  be made so they always go on smoothly and evenly. They never spot.  streak or run; and friends never  know the things I dye with Diamond  Dyes are redyed at all."  Mrs. R. P.. Quebec.  ������f3������������*WB������S������4i  Rubber Lining Protects Steel  Perfected   Surface   Resists   Abrasion  Under Most Servere Conditions  When      chemists      discovered      a i  method  for  attaching   a   rubber lining to a metal surface,' tliey presented  a new and  valuable material to the  Canada Should Have  Right To Amesd Constitution  Conference With  Provinces  May  Be  Called To Discuss This Matter  A resolution declaring that Canada  should have the right to amend "her  own constitution, moved in the House  Guthrie     3__in_ster    of    Justice*    the  statement that he favored a confer-  Eecipes JEJor This Week  fBy  Betty   Barclay)  GOLDEN COCONUT SHORTCAKE  8 thin slices sponge cake.  Orange sauce.  3 oranges,     sections     free     from  membrane.  Vo, can coconut, southern style.  Allow two slices sponge cake for  each, serving. Place first slice of  sponge cake on plate, cover with  orange sauce, orange sections, coconut and additional orange sauce. Cover with second piece of sponge cake  and top with orange sauce and  orange slices. Sprinkle with coconut.  Garnish with whipped cream, around  base if desired.".   Serves '4.   .  cnemicai engineer sor use in tne vats,     . __. . . ��������� _.               ���������__    ,  f���������_to   ���������4^.Q���������   ���������������^-,^._.   ���������__.* ���������._ * ..v.   _._   of Commons, brought from. Hon. Hugh  tanks, pipes, pumps, and so forth, in   ���������..���������__._     ..������_.__.-f    ~-    -r.._,..___     *t__  which .he   handles   corrosive   liquids.  The rubber lining effectively resists . .   .. . _., _    ,  the action of fields which would soon   ence wth tte Provinces on this im-  eat through the steel.     Now this pro- \ Portant natter.   Be_ore catling a eon-  . ,       -  .        "-- _ .      i .eronn-i'    l_ra__r_iiv___>     _���������__   +!������_������__������-������������������������!���������    t>!������������������    ������  cess or aixacning a rubber surface to   ���������-���������-> -ts.- ������������������- ������ ��������� -      ~^������~" ~r*~  metal has been perfected to a degree   committee  of  parliament   should   bo  which   encourages   its   use   to   resist , ������PP������mted to consider this question.  abrasion in some of the most severe I     "X *** *? no mans hopeless of the  service conditions imaginable.���������Popu-   situation," Mr.    Guthrie declared    to  lar Science. ~ the Kouss-    "* S2Sl entirely hopeful,  and I think it would be well for this  parliament, if not at this session, at  some subsequent session, to appoint  a committee especially charged with  the consideration of this question. We  must prepare our case here before we  call a conference, and it is a <jase that  will require a great deal of preparation."  -_*___-__. ^ w __. - ^.kVKI������*kMIW'.VM     .fc-lLU-iV*      W^.A.      tU^UVf  added "Mf."1 Guthrie, 'T shall K<_artily  favor the summoning of a provincial  conference with the Dominion authorities   to   see   what   plan   can   be  An Odd Electrocution  Physicians at Fergus Falls, Minnesota, said that Wilbur Thompson, 30,  highway workman, was killed by an  electric shock, although his body did  not come in contact with any electricity. Thompson was driving a grading machine beneath a heavily charged  power wire on a highway near here.  The current jumped fr,om the wire to  the metal button on Thompson's cap  and electrocuted him.  Miller's Worm Powders are the ! worice<a oufc so th������t ih ihe future this  medicine for children who are found '. parliament may be able to make the  suffering from the ravages of worms, i necessary amendments to our consti-  They immediately alter the stomachic ' tution."  Conditions under   -which   the   worms  subsist and drive them from the system, and, at the same time, they are  tonical in their effect upon the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation and ensuring Immunity  from further disorders .from such a  cause.  Well-Protected Animal Park\  Elk Island National Park in Alberta, which contains one of the Government buffalo herds, is entirely sur-  hounded by thirty-four miles of nine-  strand buffalo-proof wire fence; lire-  One reason why the scenery seems guards, sixteen feet in width, are  more wonderful in Europe is because ploughed about the park, both imme-  you don't have to read it. Idlately inside and outside the fences.  STRAWBERRY WHIP  1 package   strawberry  -  flavored  gelatine.  1 cup boiling: water.  1 cup strawberry juice.  1 cup strawberries,    crushed   and  drained.  Vi cup sugar.  Dissolve gelatine in boiling water.  Add strawberry; juice. Chill. When  slightly thickened, beat with rotary  egg beatoi*" until of consistency of  whipped cream. Fold in strawberries  and sugar. Turn into mold. Chill  until firm.     Tlmmold.    Serves 8.  Itecolvos  Medal  Wing  Commander  Charles  Kings-  Protection For Minora  Safety  caps nnd  safety Bhons  aro  ford-Smith was awarded the Oswald j soon to be added to safety lamps eis  Watt medal for the most conspicuous standard equipment in tho Capo  1P..1..ft j>i..1 formed In 10J50 by Australian- j Breton colli or! 6s. Tho r.apn aro of  born filers. Tho Australian Aero J metal ancl are designed to protect tho  Club Delected him for' his flight from  head from frequent bumps. Tho nhoos  falling  Dublin to Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, laat June.  will protect tho  stones.  foot   from,  ^H___B_P^  Was Weak and Run Down  Could! Scarcely Do WoiDscvjorEs  Mrn. ICdward A. Allen, BozanRon, Alta.,  writes:���������"I would 11 Ice to toll you of tho great  benefit I hava received from your Mllhurn'n  Heart and Norvo PillH. I wan fooling very  much run down in health, and wan ho woaic  I aouM Hcarcoly do my hotiHowork, In fact, I  would havo to lie clown In tho afternoon for an  hour or no. I. snw your Flltf. In tho drug  utoro rmd took a box homo with mo, and I  yvnn delighted with n.y renewed .itronglh. I  have roconunonded them to a neighbor and  fee! nur<* they will hnlp h������r ton,"  Hold hy rill ririiB nnd _c������n.nr.if n.ou.w, or .milled _llr<...i  .u.  ri.c������.lnt of nrU-o bv Tho  I\ llllUuiii Co., L,td��������� Toronto. Out. * y ;  Asthma Is frorturo. No one who  hasn't gasped for breath In the power  of asthma knows what such suffering  ls. Thousands do know, however,  from experience how immeasurable Is  tho relief provided by that marvellous preparation, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy. For years It has  boon relieving, the most .severe crisen.  Tf you are a flufforor do not delay a  day in securing this remedy from your  druggist.  World's Bnmlloflt ������og;  Tho world's flmalleBt dog In sold to  have been acquired toy tlio Marlt^burg;  Museum. It Is a dwr_rf brown and  white pointer, and although it lived  for throo yonra it novor grow longer  than six and half inches from noso  to tall tip. I-IIh head waa ono aul  a quarter inches long and on inoh  broad, ancl his hind logs wero sllghly  loss than two dnchos long.  ix i  *i^M^to-#i������*lv������^.  Don't Let Foods  Stale  Foods that ordinarily stale quickly  will stay fresh and tempting a surprisingly long time If you cover  them with Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.  Your grocer, druggist or stationer  has Para-Sani in the handy, sanitary  knife-edged cartxm. Por those who  prefer a lighter paper put up in  sheet form ask for Appleford's  "Centre Pull" Packs.  Somoono has. Biiocoeded in carving  100 wordn on a grain of rlco. Wo nro  ln hopoB It inoludoH dlrootlona a������ to  how to nook It. Rn fow pooplrt nan  cook rlco.  W.    N.    U.    1801  IgjiJIpiPji^  i i  Western Repre������enlalftieai  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK. THE   VJEYIEW*   0B.ESTO2T,,  JAB.  v*  fi.  ,/1  UT IN  wheat i������m  tflvtt mt      m _ _  Will ,H|i  ��������������� ib ������9iM    im  w  w   mmmmmm mmmmt        mm  m  _ 1S9?|]  ���������i"    ������-_.____ i_! I  %st������n Of Credits  Be Discussed  WITH POLAR FLIGHT  Iteronto, Ont.���������Not reduction of  wheat acreage in Western Canada  fcut the co-operation of every Industry, financial institution, and the  transportation systems of the Dominion was necessary, if the* present  Canadian business depression -and  wheat crisis" were to be solved to any  degree, said Hon. Frank Oliver, advisory officer of the Board of Domra-  Sois Railway Commissioners, addressing the Transportation Club here.  Failure of the crop this year, he  said, would only increase depression, although it would benefit the  Wheat Pool, the banks and the provincial governments which had guar-  . anteed the pool advance. The prairies, he said, must continue to.: be  wheat producers for the time being.  Through succeeding years, he declared, Canada's, wheat acreage must  be reduced* Tf it "was proven conclusively that :;.the/^world was suffering  from chronic and not acute over-production.  "Our recent great attempt at mass  action in marketing has proved a  colossal failure," he contended. ile  waa convinced, he said, "that there is  Premier Bennett Suggests Matter Be  Referred To Bantling Committee  Ottawa, Ont.���������The question of setting up a system of intermediate  credits for agriculture will be considered and "discussed,- In the light of  knowledge possessed by the government respecting the $5,000,000 revolving credit corporation, before the  banking committee of the House of  Commons.  Unanimous decision favoring this  action followed the- introduction of  a proposal in the House by W. T.  Lucas   (U.F.A.,   Camrose),'for   "con-  ->-_.__-^<_ _./_������."      ~*     -._.���������������.-.      n..���������4-_u      _.-_     -���������_-_ ���������  _>_uv._ v.������.v^__       ������_._.    ovxuc   ojrsbciu   ������j-_    uiioi"  mediate credits; and a statement by  Rt. Hon. R. B. Bennett, Prime Minister, suggesting that the whole matter be referred to the banking and  commerce committee. Mr. Lucas  had expressed his belief that the $5,-  000,000 corporation -would not take  care of the situation among western  farmers.  If the government could not set up  a system of intermediate credits for  agriculture, it might co-operate with  the present $5,000,000 plan and subscribe dollar for dollar with the other  subscriptions.  "If the Hon. Member," the Prime  Minister stated, "Will move that  resolution be referred to the committee on banking and commerce, 1  think that would serve a very useful  purpose; and discussion.. could take  place in the light of knowledge which  aiding the western farmer to hold Ms j we ^ave as to the proposed opera-  ?_l__ce anu Canada's __1__.cb in the w__es.t' tions   of   ih.e   credit   organization,   to  which I have referred the other day.  The experience in the United States  in connection with a similar organization was that practically only ten per  cent, of the amount subscribed was  used.  _^ .������_.������>   <k.a_,  . For TraiisprtDBg Opiiiia  Hamilton Chinaman Receives Heavy  Sentence When Found Guilty  Hamilton, Ont.���������After hearing the  crown outline its case before Judge  Thomson in county criminal court  here, Lee Wong, local Chinese, efeaiigr-  ed his plea- from not guilty to guilty  on a charge of transporting ogium..  He was sentenced to five years in  Portsmouth penitentiary, and. was  fined. $1,000.       ;  ���������. __3.. J. Murphy, K.Cf for -the crown,  stated that a man named Lee Hee  h.ad been found, in. Regina with, five  large tins of opium which he confessed to securing from Lee Wong.  Detectiye-.Sergeant Zaneth, of the  Royal Canadian __ZuU__ted Police, had  found that shipments were being  made by Wong to "the Sun Sun Company, of Regina, which was Hee's  concern.  POWER PROBE  Ey?!  if? D|?iir?ii  Lady Grace Drammond Hay, Eng--  British House Refuses  To Legalize Lotteries  and   that   every   legitimate   business  interest   in   Canada  is   concerned   in  |/iav;c auu  ^cbUctLici. a ������>__**_<?  _._*   ___*_   vv __������������<������_ j  markets of the world so far as that  is economically possible."  Gold Rush Continues  Many Claims Already Staked In Fife  Lake District  Fife Lake, Sask.���������The "rush" to  the Poplar Creek bed, six miles  southeast of here, and on towards  Coronach, continues and many claims  have been staked.  According to information received,  M. ~$J������^ Bennett, a farmer opposite the  lish writer, who, it is announced, will (Application To Introduce BUB Defeated  accompany the Graf Zeppel'n on its! ey Large Majority  projected Sight to the North Pole?, j London, England.���������House of Com-  and will toe the first woman in history mens came down hard on advocates  to be a member of an expedition to of legalization of lotteries in support  the top of the world.  Ottawa, .Ont.���������A committee of the  House, of Commons will investigate  the Beauharhbis Power Corporation,  its various subsidiaries,. and its  scheme for development of hydro  electric energy by the construction  of a casta! to divert a. portion of the  flow of the St. Lawrence River between Lake St. Francis and Lake St.  Louis, in the province of Quebec.  This outstanding development  emerged recently in the course of a  debate iii. which the whole Beauhar-  nois development was- held up as a  gigantic scheme to secure to private  interests the entire flow of the St.  Lawrence River at    that    point    for  T_ry__r_-.i.   -nilrTirtRPS- ���������   -  xrr������"���������   tr ��������� x ���������  Allegations of fraud, misrepresentation and. improper dealing, charges  that members of the Dominion Senate were interested In . the power  scheme, and intimations that ' tho  Beauharaois Corporation had even  gone so far as to attempt to corrupt  .members of the    Quebec    judiciary.  Carry On  Premier Henry, Of Ontario, To Apply  Himself To Tasks On Hand  of hospitals,  defeating by 181 to 58 j fmatured a discussion which focussed  ���������     B    .    ��������� - . __ . . J  4-Vn__x     o ������+____i-������i���������������������������__-_������������    rm't    ^-!���������������____.    HUVmi <____*  an    application   by    a    Conservative j  member for leave to introduce a "Dili!  authorizing the    operation    of    such \ in^s ^ ^e cha3r on points of order.  lotteries.  Frequent protests, demands for rul-  igs by the chair on points of order,  objections  to  bringing  the  judiciary  There has been considerable agita- 1into Oarnxnomk debate, and heated in-  tion in favor of loosening up the laws j terjections  were   features of an  im-  Toronto,  Ont.���������"I intend  to  carry   in this respect in view of the  gre.at i PromI>tu debate which held the stage  on witb the task passed to me by tie   sums   which   have   gone ..out   of   the j for Poetically the entire day.  former leader,    who    was    so    over-   country     into     the     Irish     Hospital       -During the   debate   Premier R. B.  whelmingly endorsed by the people of   Sweepstakes   on   horse   races,   While | Bei*nett declared   the   engineers^  re-  Stiff Sentences For Reds  Revolutionists   In   Indo-China,   Given  Long Prison Terms  Paris, France.���������A Havas despatch  from Hanoi,-French Indo-China, says  ���������ur w���������__i__.��������� ft,.��������� ���������*_,_. ,___<���������.,_ ������_<_���������,_ ���������������,+ \ lp?lg BPSpn tgrnoa__ Have been given  M. Woelmn farm, two years ago sent Communist revolutionists following a  samples off the dirt to Los Angeles to | tliree^av tria!  at ^/hicix it V/as  ra-  this   province   18   months  ago,"  said   charitable  institutions at home need  Hon.   George   S.   Henry,   premier   of   money.  Ontario,   and   successor   to   Hon.   G.  Howard   Ferguson,   in   an 'interview  here. "The people are desirous of forgetting    elections    and    having their !  :   governments    apply    themselves    as   T������tal For Three Months Was 2,148,-  Figures On Butter Imports  their trustees during the present trying times," he said.  Questions Must Be Answered  be assayed, and received a reply that  there were traces of gold. E. Larson,  ������ns of the men interested in the pur=  chase of tbe Woelflin- farm, is reported to have sent samples recently to  Los Angeles, and to' have been informed that the dirt he sent contained  gold running from $2 to $20 a ton.  Fife Lake is almost direGtly south  of Moose Jaw, about 90 miles, located  in range two, about ten miles from  the international border line.  Men familiar with the district, who  have explored it, claim there are  heavy deposits of iron pyrites in the  formations in the hills and along the  beds of the Poplar, Horse and  branches of Frenchmen's creeks.  So far no gold is known to have  been taken from the places where  claims have been staked during the  past two days.  veajed Communist plots in Indo-  China wero directed from Canton.  The chief of the Saigon Communists was" sentenced to life imprisonment for participation sn the assassination of a native foreman of the  French administration. Five others  were given 20 years, seven were sentenced to 15 years and 45 from five  to ten years.  An alleged plot to assassinate  Governor-General Squ'er at Saigon  was revealed during the trials.  Private Members Restricted  Again Holds High Position  Humble      Miner       Heads       General  Assembly    Of    Church    Of  Scotland  Edinburgh, Scotland. ��������� James  Brown, the humble miner, who became a Labor M.P., once more was  appointed Lord High^ Commissioner to! nin& and^^^^  ^c.?^!!"1 AasetAWy of the Church j between eight and nine in each oaao,  for consideration of private members  legislation.  If   Motion   By   Premier   Bennett   Is  Approved  Ottawa, Ont.���������Private members  have had their last entire day in the  House of Commons during the present  session, if a motion placed on the  order paper by Premier R. B. Bennett is approved.  Mr. Bennett's motion provides that  on and after Monday, May 25, n_nd  all subsequent Mondays till the end  of the session, government business  shall take precedence. After the  resolution is approved, "there will remain only one hour on Tuesday eve  494 Pounds  Ottawa, Ont.���������Total imports of  butter from all countries into Canada  from February 1 to April SO, 1931,  were 2,148,494: pounds, stated Hon.  ���������.:' H. Cahan, secretary df: state,1 in  People Called Upon To Give Census the House of Cor__mo_ip. Rates of duty  Takers AH Ir_fe:_=r__st_e__ collected 'were S,462    pounds    at-    14  Ottawa, Ont.���������All' persons in Can- cents per pound; 57,176 pot-nds at 12  ada are called upon to answer the cents per pound; 398,440 pounds at  questions of the census-takers who eight cents per pound (less ten per  will start making their rounds in cent.); and 1,683,416 pounds at one  June, in a royal proclamation" issued cent per pound. New Zealand butter  in" the Canada Gazette. Attention is was imported to the total of 286,440  called to the fact that the informa- pounds, and Australian 1,683,416  tion obtained in the census can be pounds.  used for statistical purposes only and  not for taxation, military or jury services, or the enforcement of any law,  provincial, municipal or federal.  port shows the Beauharnois Canal  now under co__str3__qtion is larger than  provided for ii/ thfe order-in-council  passed by the former government. In  stating that the whole matter should  be referred to a committee, Mr. Bennett informed the House he had been  collecting information, and. opinions  of counsel, in detail;.-.but. he agreed,  with Mr. Gardiner that the canal was  larger than provided for by the order.  Eight-Hour Day Debated  Matter  ������y  Trans-Atlantic Flight  Sydney, N.S.���������Indications that Miss  Establishes Friendly Relations  Countess Willingdon Captures Hearts  Of Women Of India  Simla, India.���������Countess Willingdon,  Ruth Nichols may make Cape Breton wife of the new viceroy, captured the  at least an emergency stop on her hearts of India's women recently  proposed trans-Atlantic solo flight when she received Mahatma Gandhi's  were seen today in a notification re- wife at the viceregal castle and  celved by the Cape Breton flying club talked with her for more than an  officials asking them to receive and  hour.  transport to the airfield three drums Mrs. Ga.ndhl promised to send her  of special gasoline chosen by Miss some of the homespun "Iraddar," of  Nichols for her ocean voyage. ' which her own gown was made.  LITTLE TRAVELLERS MADE LONG JOURNEY  of Scotland.  He and Mrs. Brown were installed  again at I-Iolyrood Palace, where they  held a lovee with all the pomp and  dignity of royalty. Later Mr. Brown  nnd his wife drove in semi-state with  outrider,, tq St. Giles' Cathedral.  Accept* Office Of Premier"  Saint John, N.B.- Hon. Charles D.  Richards, of Fredericton, accepted the  office of promior of New Brunswick  at the hands of Hia Honor H. H. McLean, Lieutenant-Governor of the  Province. This follows the resignation of Hon. J. B. M. Baxtor from  the premiership's office to take n  place on tho Supremo Court Bench  of New Brunswick.  An oilier Loan For India  London, ��������� England.���������Somo surpiipe  was created In tjhe financial illHtlot by  announcement of a aIx per cent, loan  of $58,000,000 for the government ������f  India. It was latiuecl at 100, rodaem-  n.ble In 1083 and 11.3d. The last loan  wtta received with great ������ucceHH.  mmnmm*m^*������*p4mmmm**mmmmW*0*������m*mi**m^  . ,���������     ��������� w."*N. "tr,~ iaiii  Poultry Prevents Poverty  Greatly   Afdlng   Onnmllnii   West "In  These Days Of Stress  Ottawa,   Ont.���������The  humblo hen  is  one of thc s;rc_itc3t factors i:s aiding  thc Canadian west through thoso days  of tit joss, says Fred C. Blford, Dominion Poultry HuHhandman, following- ah official trip through (to the  Pacific Coast.  "It ia poultry which lo carrying  things along," he declared. "For the  farmer,1)' have thc feed on hand and  are turning it into hew laid eggs.    .  Duty On Cuiimiihoro Fixed  Ottawa, Ont.~Ah extra Issue of  thc Canada Gazette glvoo notioo that  the value for duty of cucumboro has  been fixed at neven cents por pound  when entered undor tho Intermediate  or general tariff, much value to bo  computed on tho weight a������ imported,  weight of the package Included.  Brought .Up,. In House  Hon. Peter Heenan  Ottawa, Ont.���������Or_ce more, the  House of Commons debated the question of establishing the eight-hour  day throughout the Dominion, and  once again constitutional difficulties  were cited as a bar to any immediate  action in this respect.  Hon. Peter Heenan, former minister of labor, and Liberal member for  Kenora-Rainy River, brought the  matter up. In a resolution setting  forth that Canada is a signatory to  the Treaty of Versailles .. "thereby  subscribing to the principle of a  maximum working day of eight  hours, Mr. Heenan called upon the  government to take steps to insure  tho fulillment of treaty obligations  relating to hours of work.  Although Hon. Hugh. Guthrie^  Minister pf Justice, intimated that  the government had no objection to  the resolution passing, It was still, under discussion when the House adjourned. It therefore comes Into tho  category of private members' legislation, which has been "talked out,"  and will probably not be discussed  again during the present session.  *v -  'r  Plans For Conference  On Unemployment  Mayor  Of  Winnipeg Proposes Meeting Of Manitoba Civic Officials  Winnipeg, Man.���������Mayor Ralph H.  Webb, of Winnipeg, has outlined a  proposal for a province-wide unemployment conference. Mayors of cltlco  and towns and reeves of municipalities will be Invited, to attend the  parley, Concrete proposals to aid  unemployed next season -would then  be laid before the provincial government, Mayor Webb said, In tho meantime, he intends to call a meeting of  representatives of greater Winnipeg  municipalities,  Unperturbed���������thono throo little travellerr., An ton!, Helena and Josef,  lup^ed 0, 4, and 7 rospoatlvely, who travelled unaccompanied all the wny frm..  Jugo-SlavlH, poeod for. a prowu photographer upon their arrival nt tho  Canadian Pacific Wirinlpefi; Depot. Later they continued tholr Journey to  join thalr father, P, Lios-ka, at Coloman, Alborta. ���������   ,  amies Must Wait  Ottawa, Ont,���������Rules off the Houuo  of Commons provide that only on������  roHohitlon may appear on tho order  paper In the name of any one member, Ono resolution! now stands tin  tho name 'of Armnnd. Lavergno  (ConH,, Montiwarjifny., ������o Silt. rntW-lu-  tloa nnlelng hiw majority to grant title������  to Canadian*, muat wait until tho  prcaont resolution im disposed of, ���������s-^wWWM^ttw^.**^^^  THK    |]KMM'I>I1HI     HI'VIKW  ��������� ������������������'     ���������    **  ��������� W mm fK_c aw. <W������ A m Am.**im*L*i    r   *������ ���������������   * *  Local and Personal  FOB SALE���������Buggy, in good shape  Apply Chas. Murrell, Creston.  FOR SALE���������One horse wagon, with  or without springs.     P. Boffey, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Auto knitter, in  perfect  condition, $12.   Ralph CIarke3 Wynndel.  FOR SALE���������Purebred Jp  15     months   old,   $50.   T.  Wynndel  WANTED���������Cooic stove, small size,  must be cheap for cash. R Eakin,  WynndeL  Trout fishing season on all local  streams, except Summit Creek, will open  on Monday.  Cook's Greenhouse is booking ^orders  for Tomato, Pepper, Celery and Flower  Bedding Plants,  rsey heifer,  Sixsmith,  FOR SALE���������Jersey heifer, 2 years  eld. Will freshen about June 1st. Bert  Boffey, Creston.  Miss Lily Lewis of Nelson was a weekend visitor with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Fred Lewis.  FOR SALE���������Toggenburg milch goat,  just freshened, good milker. Mrs. R.  Dalbom, Wynndel.  FOR SALF���������Fordson tractor and four  light and heavy wagons. Apply J. B.  Winlaw, Wynndel  Chas. Moore, who has re-opened his  office in welson, was here for the boards  of trade convention.  Gus Palmer of Cranbrook was a Creston visitor for the holiday weekend, a  guest of Ollie Christie.  JS__4-   __l   -j i s i.-_ia������_  FOR SALE���������Rowboat,   in  shape.   Also baby sulky,  good ae new  Geo. Mawson, Creston.  r  TRY OUR SERVICE: YOU'LL LIKE IT  GO TO  _r~^i -_n_ W^f~*,P~*n  !_->< J-lJfci/fc-_������ 1  MOTORS  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round.  SERVICE as you want  it when vQu. wsnt Et, at  prices that are fair to all.  NEW CHEVROLET  Models now on  display.  Greston Motors  Canyon St. at Bar tan Ave  FOR SALE���������Chevrolet truck with  cab. good running condition, price right.  F. C. Rodgers, Creston.  Miss Nellie MeClure of Nelson "-pent  the holiday weekend in Creston, a guest  of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook.  Legion members are reminded of the  June meeting at the town hall on  Tuesday evening at S o'clock.  J. P. Coates of Nelson was a visitor  with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Martin a few  days the fore part of the week.  H. A. Dodd was a Nelson visitor at  the 'weekeridj visiting that city for ths  schools* track meet on Saturday.  Mrs. Mackie of Boswell was amongst  the out of town visitors an  Creston  on  Saturday for the Legion celebration.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  have their June _neeting ������t the home of  Mrs. 3_>ow on Frtday, 5th, at 3 p.m.  Ted Bush of Kellogg, Idaho, was renewing acquaintances here at the weekend, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George  Bush.  Mr. and Mrs. Hulbert of Coleman,  Alberta, are Creston visitors this week,  guests of their daughter Mrs. J, Laith-  waite.  FOR SALE���������Cabinet phonograph,  fnsned oak, in splendid condition, and 24  records. Price is right. C. H. Hare,  Creston.  Work of -taking the 1931 census will  commence on Monday morning. R.  Sinclair Smith will have charge of the  village area.  T. A. Love of the Grand Forks  Gazette waa amongst the delegates at  ���������*!���������-___ A t>____rWk������������ti.A.*9 Tij*,mm**Ar* 4-k-T *Vm***m,Awm *aS*M-  vention this week.  Edna and Urcell Farris, who are at  high schorl at Bonners Ferry were home  for the weekend with their parents, Mr.  and Mrs. J. G. Farris.  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton is spending the  week at New Denver, a guest of her  daugbterfPhyllis. who is matron of the  hospital in that town.  Principal Marriott of the public  school, and vice-principal Sostad of the  high school, were weekend visitors at  Nelson for the Kootenay-Boundary  schools* track meet in that city.  This week's softball fixture was on  Monday night when Creston Wildcats  handed the Canyon Cougars a. 3.? to 10  beating at Exhibition Park. Cameron.  MacDonald umpired the contest.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  __   _.V _   _1 -_  -r������   ail fcire ttuat-iiw ui JEVfY.  jr.  iv_Le_.NB.uu  ae.  11.00 a.m.-  2.30 p.m.-  A   CiCm   wm  tw  W������VU      ������M**mi  -WYNNDED,  -CANYON.  -_____mj_ uu.  which have just arrived !  Newest' Shapes.  Niee"assortment of sizes.  Prices are right.  Am   Imf������m*SSSeIIi  C5  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  ,mt  e_������������������&S   I  Uflfe*.  yjr _.__. -__     D ���������������i~ ���������  WANTED���������Grade  milch  cow,  or due to freshen  in a  few days,  TIT.-_.-.__ ..   j- i :__.._  _>     T_.~l.__  jL~_.  __is-_kiiii,  fresh  price  Mr. and Mrs. -Geo. Johnson were  weekend holiday visitors with their  daughter, Mrs. W. Belanger, at Jaflray.  Genera! Assembly, evening service at the  Presbyterian Church 5s withdrawn for  Sundays May 31 and June 7th.  <m  HAY FOR SALE���������Place orders now  for alfalfa; will be cutting soon. $13  per load, or two loads for $25, if taken  from field.   Percy Boffey, Creston.  *������_  Rev. P. McNabb left on  Tuesday  Toronto, where he is in attendance at  the meeting of the General Assembly of  the Presbyterian Church in Canada.  Mrs.     Phillips     of    Kincaid.    Sask.,  arrived on Thursday last on a visit with  her son, R. C. Phillips, and is aceompan  ied by her daughter, Miss Irma Phillips.  ���������^--^-^    ^ i ffhm ft- ���������__    ..iiidaiA--A-A1^-fAirA-A-A--A ���������*-���������__ ii ^'lA.ih,,.! ii _hrA--J��������� -**������������������  m . m..m.. ^. __._K-__._   _,  OT7D_7T>  ������0 V_> A.  ______%.  am  lO-LJU  Power  _-.   oras,  r-*_B*  e   ELL, the  new Kigli  gives  you   more   power and  more   miles  gallon, with no carbon.    Come in and fill up and  you   will  always  use   SUPER  SHELL UAB*  GOLDEN   SHELL   and   WESTERN  OILS  iflil^uiglD I HtK^5tSl������!llt  H ������r .BV    W ���������_   IB  mmmw*    W**mmW OS mM ^F"     0     SB  B9 CSSJB  B ^iiV     ^jg^mr _-______ai _��������� M.    t*WI     WM ^W mma  "t't'ffj'm't'ft yi1 .  E3  Piicnriinrno  *___&&__...*  VIBHUUE  m or ElasfiD  Here it is���������the greatest suspend  er improvement in many years I  Nti-Way Susfsenders contain no  rubber or elastic A unique, non-  rusting coil spring hidden in the  web loops provides the yield where  it should be���������at the waistline. Nu  Ways don't bind the shoulder.  You just can't wear out the  stretch in Nu Ways. And now  you can keep your suspenders  clean and free from sweat stains���������  because Nu-Ways can be washed  without fear of curling! A second  comfort feature is the Nu Way  slip loop in the back which per  mits either length to __ide and  adjust itself independently.  invisible Suspenders, 75c. pair  Dress Suspenders, $1,00 pair  Work Suspenders, $1.00 pair  6ARTEBS, 75c. pair  v. MAWSON  CRESTON  Mr. and Mrs. J. Laithwaite off "Your"  cash store got back on Sunday   from  their two weeks' vacation.   They  report  j snow  at   Coleman,   Alberta,   on    May  PERMANENT      WAVING ���������Perm- 20th.  .-._*.  Ti. ���������.-___ ���������*.    T_-'_      ������_,._.....     Ot   ioil   i> avaug <_.<_   <;uc- a    __pcau_j.     kjuuwfjjstr.  Appointments can be made for any time  after June 10th.    Charge $10.  BRAND T  FR! _=������*!_?  ������.9" all  BBSS. ____ Kb  iviujr  Glittering!  Glamarous!  Edna Ferber's romance of the ages magnificently picturized in a photoplay  revealing a world of color, drama and  action. One of the greatest love  stories ever written portrayed in a  manner that will charm you utterly.  As a novef it was the talk of the  country; as a stage play it  was a knockout smash. Now,  as Carl Laemmle's Picture  Magnificent,, it is one of the  greateet entertainers ever offered by this theatre. A great  story wonderfully produced  with a brilliant Universal cast  headed by Laura La Plante,  Joseph Schildkraut, Otis Harlan, Alma Rubens, Emily  Fitzroy, Jane La Verne and  hundreds of others.  m'wm'  "y^'wy^1'* -w  ���������o'r^'f^'f.  ���������mf'^i-ym.mji-w-WWWWV  "V  "*r \  ������'f,T,tlt'ffT,������l  ������OM  ���������^���������yM1  vmm*rmmw*my^*mr^mm*r*mymymwm>^  B. B. Stall wood, a former public  school principal, and H. Conroy, a  former    proprietor    of    Creston    dry  cleaners,   were   weekend   visitors   from  Nelson.  Don't forget the Frothblowers-Wildcats, dance at Canyon to-night at 9  o'clock,   for   which   Creston   orchestra  will furnish the nrmaic.   Gents $1; ladies  50 cents.  J. W. Hamilton left  on  Monday  for  Vernon where he is representing Christ  J~*l...^.���������\.      __*.        a.1         ______        ������         . .      -i  vuuiwu    ai.      oner     1701    se_-������iu__    oi     iae  Anglican     synod    of    the   d.'ocese   of  Kootenay.  Mrs. Howard Allan of Trail, accompanied by Misses Horwell of the same  city, were holiday weekend visitors with  the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Cherrington.  Big game regu ations for 1931 have  just been issued, and provide for the  deer season opening on September 12th,  closing at December 15th. Bucks only  may be taken.  Creston valley got its much needed  moisture supply on Friday during the  afternoon and evening of which about an  half-inch of rain fell. The week has been  unusually windy.  Farmers am# Ranchers  Now is the time to he thinking of Buying a  NEW MOWER and HAY RAKE  The price is low, and we can give you very easy payments on any Implement you may wish to purchase.   We have these Implements in stock.  Our prices on Pipes and Fittings are the best  obtainable in this District- and we carry a large  stock on hadd_  IN THE BLACKSMITH LINE WE CAN GIVE YOU  THE VERY BEST OF SERVICE.  - Y ��������� '���������- '  '* '-��������� ' .'  A"-  We have the most modern equipped shop in the Kootenays  and. can handle any kind of work.  REMEMBER WHEN YOU HAVE ANY JOBS IN THE  WELDING LINE to bring them to our shop.     We are  able to weld anything for-you at a much lower cost than to  buy new parts.  restonBlacksmiih, Plumbing & Heating Go.  BOX 57, STEENSTRUP & REED  4  ������  1  ������  4  I  4  i  4  4\  A  *  4  4  ���������  4  1  4  s  t  4  ������  4  PHONE 35  *ii^i^i_f   ^__f T<fti AiA i4i iiAi Ai _lii^i-fcil.iAi<fciAiiii^i^i iiAiAi^i^i-htiftidlirlii AnAtftiAiAiAi-f '  >*������ ���������____��������� * mkmkJSk m M__������_A4__L4HL^4_k^a_____^4kMftJ_Mb* ___^_____AlkM___^ M^**'^i**"*_M_il-������__M  Jelly Powders  At this season of year your home-preserved fruit is  pretty well exria...F.t<.d, nnd we suggest to yon ���������  DeLtixe Brand  What delightful things can be prepared from  JELLY POWDERS���������sa'ads, desserts, etc. So good  to eat and also good for one. And they are bo  pconnm.cn..    Always keep a few packages on hand.  They come in a delightful range of flavors and  tempting colora���������Orange, Lemon, Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry, etc.  mmsmmmmgmimm^mmmm^mwmmi  ubldly  Greston Valley  Blur  ifljr mjmmr m 0 m.  Raisins, Australian Seedless, 2 lbs   COFFEE, FreBh Grouud  Santos, S lbs :   TEA, Orange Pekoe  per lb   TEA, Blended  per lb,.   SLICED PINEAPPLE  2 tins * _:..������������-.  JELLY POWDERS  3 plcte   CRESTON  Two Stores  EKSQJ.  *..*..*.������Jk.*im~A..Jk..+..+ .mx.A..m\.m..A.+A..A..*,~A..A..A.A.*A.A..  A fait line of FRESH  GROCERIES  ^lH._L__fc_7 JL \JP.m\m  MERCANTILE  H__#>OIlllJct__lj^r p JLji1.CI������  Summer has arrived, bringing with it the  need for Screen Doors and Windows, and all  the other hot weather necessities. Prices on  all of these are reduced, and there is no occasion to put up with the discomforts and aggre-  vatiohs of warped window screens and poor  fitting doors, for instance, Look at triese  prices���������and then see tho stock we carry.  v  SCREJEN DOORS, Standard sixes  Medium weight frame, $3.25. Heavy weight frame, $4,50  SCREEN WINDOWS  .    Wooden Frame, 60c, Steel Frame, 65c,  FOR THE LAWN  Lawn Mo wero, ball bearing, $14.00.  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