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 ,'.:W.  . '���������  i_ J. -iS^i  ���������4WJ  .1  ������������������ yy  /  O'  <"V  Vol, XXHI  CBESTON, B, G, ^P>AY, JIIJSE 20, 1931  Na  14  kstitnte Stages  flower Show  Representative Showing in Most  Sections ���������Foxglove Best Single  Entry���������Many Roses Shown���������  Tea and Sale Home Cooking  Creston and District Women's Institute flower show hi Trinity United  hall on Saturday afternoon brought out a  splendid display in most every kind of  early summer bloom. There was a  total of 20 sections, with 24 of them  producing competition, and ih most cases  the entries were quite large, givins ths  judges, W. G. Littlejohn and Jas. Cook,.  considerable study before placing the  prize tickets on  more than a. few of  them.  The season seems to have been ideal  for poppies as the entry in both the  Oriental and an- other variety was  heavy, with the honors in the former  going to Mrs. J. M. Craigie, and to Mrs.  Mallandaine in the latter. Roses also  bad a large, entry, with fc������t prize  awarded Mrs. M. Young.  Foxglove was well represented  and  Mrs. C. Moore not only won first prize,  in this section, but the three stalks of  these also carried off the honor of being  v the best single entry in the fair.   .  Panaiea  were   in   evidence   in  large  numbers and in keen competition first  was won by J   W.  Dow.   The show of  ferns was also notable with first prze  going    to   Mrs.   P.   C.   Rodgers.   The  winners. in the various sections were as  follows: -  Iris���������Mrs.   Chas.   Moore,   Mrs.   M,  Young.  Roses��������� Mrs. M. Young. 1st and 2nd.  Pinks���������Mrs J. M. Craigie, Mrs.  M.  ''.'   '.&V7mtt.yftmihimm^^  'W-'DowY YT ;���������::.. ��������� ::   ,,_,^' ;/>,.���������'-'Y^:': .������?���������-  ,T������^������^vfs%i  Craigie.    xvars.  Oriental   poppy���������Mrs.  _-M... Young. '���������     '   A'-.y  Aiiy    other     variety     poppy���������Mrs.  Mallandaine, Mrs. Hayes.  Snapdragon���������Mrs. C. Moore, Mrs. H.  .W. McLaren.  C-tnterbury   Bells-^Mrs.   C.   Moore,  Mrs. Craigie.  Foxglove���������Mrs.  C. Moore, Mrs. M  Young.  Shasta Daisy��������� Mrs. C Moore, Mrs.  F. C Rodgers.  Cornflower-  Mallandaine.  -Mrs.   C.    Moore,   Mrs.  Delphinium���������Mrs. M. Young, 1st and  2nd.  Petunia���������Mrs. Mallandaine/Mrs.  F.  C. Rodgers. ���������-../..  Cape Forget-Me-Not���������Mrs. C. Moore3  Mrs. Hayes.  Colnmbine���������Mrs. C. Moore, Mrs. M.  Young.  Pyretbrum���������Mrs. Craigie, Mrs. Hayes.  Any other variety garden flower���������Mrs.  C. Moore, Mrs. M, Youiig.  M AW     ���������BJBP-  SB   LW  jMAff ^Bmmmjmmmmmmm      oral,   m^K  Pure clean Milk and Cream from  our   modern   sanitary  dairy  delivered at your door every  evening.  MILK- -10c.  Quart  Half-Pint  At tho June inspection by tho  Provincial Veterinary Inspector  thin dairy was the onlj. opo that  cntnp up to governmeut standard .  for oleanlfneas and general  equipment.  Our Milk Tested Above  Government  Standard  Have tho best.   It costs no more.  R. A. OOMF-ORT  Geranium���������Mrs. Mallandaine, Mn>.  M. Young.  Begonia���������Mrs. Mel_aren.  Fern���������Mrs. F. C. Rodgers^. Mrs.  Lowther. /.,.���������.  Any other house plant���������Mrs; Ross,  Mra. F. C. Rodgers.  Single flower in bud���������Mrs. F. C.  Rodgers, Mrs, Craigie.  Best single entry���������Mrs, C. M ore.  The show was officially opened by.Coj,,  Mallanuaine, president ������X Creston board  of trade, who, in a brief address, com*  mended the institute on the good work  it was doing along community lines, and  specially praised the flower show effort.  Ia making a town attractive flower  gardens played a most Important part,  and in encouraging people to go in for  -lowers competitions of this ,0_>������_ ������/sre  mum** helpful.  Mrst JEdn-Ondson and Cook's greenr  house had displays of cut flowers and pot  plants at the show which added much to  the attractiveness of the general display.  And along with the show went a sale of  cooking -and serving of afternoon tea;.  these features.giving the institute a cash  intake of about $30,  ' Birth���������On June 21st, to Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. Bouey, a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. JR. Celli left at the end  of the week for Coleman, Alberta,  after a few days visit at the ranch.  Mrs. W. Woodhall (nee Jeanne Hall),  who has been visiting her parents for the  past-month, left for her home in Trail on  Tuesday.  Despite the unfavorable weather on  Wednesday last the garden party at.  Mrs. Telford's, under Presbyterian  Ladies* Aid auspices, enjoyed a cash intake of about $36  *'���������* *' ' wi**:''"   "*'  Departmental eaaaminations in connection with 5 h^h|| school work commenced tliis weeki^th Miss MeldruiB  supervising th<^e|^^ting-on. Grade 11  papers, as follows^ Margaret Blinco,  Herbert Coioling, Thomas Crawford,  Jean __X_i_Ou. _3t_idi^r; B-_:iier, Jean McCreath, Dora Nicliel. Aileen Spratt,  Lillian Treye!y3_i|| Gwen Webster;  Frank Crawford (partial). .    -  Examinations, a^-lcompleted for promotion from Grade fl to Grade 10, and  below is a Ytist of ���������.successful students.;  An honor pass repr^ents an average of  75 per cent, withm^^st 60 per cent, in  each subject.;  represents either a  mark of 50 pBr'jeetig^. every subject, or  an average of 30 jpBiip^nt. with not less  than 40 per cent in^ch subject.  Passed with hi^bors, (Promoted to  Grade X) :��������� Ellen tfagen 844; Kathleen  Bundy S36_   ������������������ ���������":....,! "  Passed, (Proi������iot04 ts Grade '___.)..  Ales.Telford 782; .Marjorie Crosby 743;  Tony Mo-abitoj743; Mary Abbott 724;  Lucille Murphy 718; Edith Rentz  Agnes Cretne 6S4; Annie Gartland  Norma Marshal 655; Velma Rentz  Alice WesJirig $45; Reetha Phillips  Margaret Stapleton 639; Esther Stace-  S___ith 632; Hubert Beninger 612; Vera  McGonegal 612; Ja^: Payne 604;  B^l;Tap_iii^;595;..-^_iian Speers 595;  Bessie McDougall 585.  _^^!___Sgj$y.  -^a>;,^_^rt,:;-Lpng.; ijicS,.' ^^e^^on^erai  F-eiw-viK-fcQss at. ifae end;:*_������ ^e'iwsefc.- 's y  QMre. R.-Dddds is a Cranbrook visitor  this week?leaving on Friday.      ,.      '-~['i  Miss Margaret Fraser, who has been  a student at the Provincial Normal  School at Vancouver the past year,  arrived home on Thursday last. She  was also successful in obtaining her  teacher's certificate.  - R. B. Staples of Kelowna is a visitor  here at present, overseeing berry .shipping, etc. A large share of the gooseberry  crop is going to the cantiery this year.  Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Jackson and  family, who have been occupying the  former F. V. Staples ranch residence,  moved into the house on the Spencer  Lewis place this week,.  Miss Kathleen Bundy left on Tuesday  for Summerland, where she ia expected  to remain for the holidays. S  Miss Effie Littlejohn, nurse-in-training  at CoKax, Wash., is home on vacation  arriving on Sunday.  -Keith Littlejohn was a Bonners Ferry  visitor on Sunday.  Ted Staples was at Nelson the f o  part of the week, attending the funeral  of his grandmother, Mrs. Jane N.  Palmer, whose ��������� death took place on  Sunday.  Erickson has seven pupils writing on  the Grade 8 departmental examinations  at Creates commencing this morning.  They aro Rodney Putnam, Roy Penson,  Milton Fraser, Maurice Kelsey, Otto  McMaster,    Betty   Kemp   and  Sndie  Fraser.  . ������������������        ,  Mrs. W. Mitchell and chll roh of  Victoria arrived on Sunday on a holiday  ot the home of her father, W. G. Littlejohn.  A former well known arid highly  respected</.��������� resident of ErlclcBtm;;,.was  called by death on Saturday ht N*lfebW  in. the passing of Mrs, Jane N. Palmer,  widow of.tho Into M. R. 2������nhnor, who,  prior to their moving to that city about  four yenrn ago, had been r������f_!dc������_tn ti  Erickson for ove.-15 years Mr. Palmer  predeceased hor just over two years.  Sho ia survived by four daughters, Mrs.  Krigor of Spokane, Mrs R. Staples of  Kelowna, Mrs. Whimnter and Mtea  Ruby of Nolaon ,��������� and two BOna. A, L,  Palmer of Creston, and J, B. Pnlmor of  Trohomo, Manitoba, Burial took place  nt, No!non on Wednesday,  H.S. Exams.  i_illen Hagen and Kathleen. Bundy  Pass wi^ JJ^brsj Grade I5C?���������  Other Student^* Showing Good  ���������11 Grade^I Papils Writing  1,   ii'..  718;  676;  646;  644;  of days. They were former residents of  Sirdar, Mr. Loasby v being yardmaster  here for almost 30 years.   Y  *Mrs. Heap returned home on Monday  after a few days' visit with friends, in  po"-a ae.     \  Mr. and Mrs. Harris of Calgary,  Alberta, were Sirdar visitors last week.  Clifford Neil, who has spent the past  few months in Cs-_uTo_r___a, arrived home  on Monday. ;,:-v;;   ;*-������������������;������������������  Mr. and Mrs. Jol_n Harlow c������ Nelson  were visitors last week with the latter's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wilson.  D. Lombardo left on Thursday for  Cranbrook after si few days here on a  fishing trip  Sid McCabe was here at the weekend  on a visit with Mrs. McCabe and family.  Miss Eileen Heap left on Thursday  iaBt on an extended visit with friends  in Spokane.  . R Dennes of Tadanac is visiting with  his' family at Sirdar.. -  Creston in East  Kootenay League  CanaS Flats, Fernie, Kimberley  Other Towns on Circuit and  Season Closes Augost 31st���������  Creston Asks Oldtime Support  a_3*.___ K��������������� *  amr^m, waMS SS&M  .���������-,".���������-��������� .������������������������������������.:.->M������*i;i'-iX-,siai-  ; Mrs. FVfed;.;:.'Smith": of Porthill is a  visitor; here: at present, * & guest of her  sister, Mrs Dick, Smith.  Frank Simister is claiming the honor  of being the first to Have new potatoes  for dinner this year. They were on the  menu on Monday, and most of the spuds  were as big as hen eggs.  The dance at the schoolhouse on Friday night was quite well attended and  the proceeds were ample to wipe off the  debt on the drinking fountain and other  supplies purchased a few weeks ago.       *.  Some of our ranchers . are amongst  those who lost animals in the five head  of cattle!that were drowned in Goat  River while being herded off the fl&La  earlier in the month.  Apple thinning is in full swing in this  section. The best crop in the district, is  on the W. A. Pease ranch, which was  put under irrigation a little over a year  ago.  According to Bert Tooze there is a  robin for.every cherry in the Alice Siding district, and the birds are bo friendly  they follow you around when you make  an inspection of the cherry trees, just to  be sure they haven't overlooked any.  R, Stewart & Son arO the first to  commence the raspberry Jharvest. They  gathered 19 pint cups of them on Monday afternoon. The rains of the past  week will help the crop out wonderfully.  *The prolonged dry spell during May  and up till the middle of Juno has given  Alice Siding thc largest potato bug crop  in history.  ��������� During his visit in the>' district last  week Dr. McKay, tho provincial vetor*  in ary Inspector, njado an inspection of  the diary herd on the Frank Simi������������������i*1i  r^nch nnd found, thojurf^  free of tb    Five^tS^sM_la were inspected  t^p  AyrsWroq/yii Jersey, HolBtoin   and  "Shorthorn. \ *y '   ,'  Mrs. McNish, who has been visiting  her sister, Mrs John Bathie, returned to  her home in Winnipeg, Man., last week.  Miss A. Hook, who has been holidaying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  J. J. Grady, returned to her home in  Spokane last week.  Mra. S. Benedetti, who has been at  Boswell for some time past, returned  home for the berry season.  Miss GraeSs.^ MacMe of Boswell was a  visitor, the guest of Mrs. R. Andestad.  She was amongst the out of town guests  at the Royal Canadian .orchestra dance  on Monday.     ' -_ -^ v  _ Osb ^the-bis^t^s^i^itkui;:_^|i|tce  &t Wynndel was in evidence on Monday  night when the Royal Canadian  or hesifa. furnished music. .The music  was very fine and all present had a good  time Lunch was served by the refreshment committee-  Strawberries have been moving steadily but the rain at the weekend has  dowedup shipping.  Creston dance band of six pieces,  under the-leadership of A. Erickson,  will provide the music for "the dance at  the community hall this (Friday)  evening, to which the admission is $1 to  gents, and 50 cents to ladies, supper  included.  Special meeting of the K.K. Klub held  last week. After minutes of previous  meeting had been read and adopted the  financial statement was presented showing splendid work by the club during the  season. Resignations of Sam Steenstrup  and F. Hagen of dance committee were  read, also resignation of Mrs Slingsby  from the refreshment committee. A  lively dance closed proceedings.  Ltoter  ^tSw^?*������J������<_2_Xi  Mr. and Mra. Ehvood Schultz of  Sj.okt.no wore visitors hero a few days  last week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Heap.  Mr. GIHio and T. Rogers and childron  wosrc Bonners Ferry visitors? on Sunday.  Mr, and Mrs C. M. Loasby of Vancouver arrived on Thursday \m% nnd  wore gucntB of Mra. Martin for a couplo  * Mr. and Mrs..C. H. Phillips of Kimberley were here for a weekend stay at  the Phillipri ranch, returning oh  Tuesday.  Mrs. Macht and Mrs. Rnski left at the  first of tho wcok to help with the berry  harvest at the Ostrenski ranch at  Wynndel.  Gravelling work has greatly improved  the tra/!*������lHng at the twin bridges be  twecn/uanyon and Lister.   Tho trucks  will |r> on tho gravel haul q^the  new  raiu'f link to the Idaho boundary  this  dk, getting the srav.l at the former  i_yon ranch.  Jos. W. Bell and M. and Mra. T  Birido of Kimberley were her������ for the  weekend at the former's ranch.  Rev, C.sBaaso io duov here Sunday  afternoon for Lutheran Church  service  School closes ffor tlio aummor vacation  on Tuesday next. There are no pupils  from here writing on tho Grado 8  promotion examinations this year.  Mrs. H. Langston and daughter, Joan,  got hack on Sunday from a two months'  return short atops wore mado at Broad-  holiday  vlolt    at  Winnipeg     On   the  view, Sask., anil Onlfjnry, Alberta.  E. T   Millner completed tho censoa  For July and August Creston is to  again be favored with league baseball,  ith games at: Exhibition Park every  Sunday fortnight, commencing with  July ^i'n, and closing  here  on  August  81st. "!:".���������..'.���������'* ..  On Tuesday arrangements were completed whereby Creston enters the -.ast  Kootenay league end will be grouped  With teams from Femie, Ki n befley and  Canal Flats, the locals making their  debut in new company at Canal Flats,  on Sunday.  On the showing made on the last two  Sundays Creston has the material to  enable it to hold its own in the East  Eootensy circuit and if it is found  present talent is riot sufficiently good  then the management will lose no time  in securing needed reinforcements to  keep Creston ������ft a par with the  best of  The fans are urged to turn out at the  league opener on the Sth and give the  team the moral and  financial support  they deserve.   In the matter of finance  it should be borne in mind that; funds  are not only needed to meet league expenses, but it is also desired "to accumulate a surplus that will enable Creston  to enter the tournament  at  Fernie   on  Labor Day to  defend the  East  Kootenay baseball championship cup which  they won iri spectacular fashion agains  Michel at^emiehbt-I^tD|fe  >'0;?$^||j^ .'the ���������  needed financial help is by purchasing a  season ticket, which can he had sij $2.50  for the Individual. A season ticket for  the family has also been i^_med''at an  attractive price. These tickets admit to  all home games. [..'  taking  in   the   Lister-Canyon Erickson  districts  on   Monday.'  It  is  expected  Lister will show a considerable gain in:  population  over  the   census  takep   in  1921.  Continued showery weather has caused  some loss to alfalfa that had been cut  and is lying in the fields. However, the  moisture has got the second crop off to a  good start, and has certainly befitted all  other nield crops and garden stuff.  FOR SALE���������Leatherette upholstered  rockers-two Congoleum rugs, walnut  finish bedstead, springs and mattress;  walnut dresser, Winnipeg couch (all  nearly new); Dining table and six chairs,  small tables, heater, violin and case,  fruit sealers, washtub, cooking utensils,  etc. Apply at Presbyterian Manse,  Creston.  GRAND THEATRE    0P n7  ��������� FRI.-SAT., June Zb-il  '       I   ��������� ���������      |- II       I    I 1   I   ��������� I ....      -||   ���������   '|   1  1     in '-���������        1-     ,   ���������   -        |-       !���������������������������  Stage and Screen  in America have produced many brilliant star  characters but none who  possesses that smart gaiety, and novel humor of  our merry  WILL ROGERS  in his latest  : __r__T^C_l__r__i  ammakmm%___-__H-_  Bsjot  ~~m%WmlS     m BMOmmW    BmmW  Lewder* "  Just his swellcst role; Pox  Movietone's newest, adapted  from George M. Cohan's  international Kit by Owen  Davie, Sr.  Comedy.      Metrotone News THE   REVIEW.   CRESTON.   B.   ���������.  FREE BOOKS  ON CHILD  WELFARE  HERE ������re many- ideas eha.S  -will proves boon, to moth..  ������r aind baby. Sound ������u-ho-It _  on foedlna, clothing and -_._>  *a.a care of infante ao_a young  Childron. Tables of weight,  growth; aad development.  Wo ..SB! sSad-7 snail ilae boots  to you free, on receipt of your  ���������tame and addresa.  "Eagle   Brand  CONDENSED JVII  l  I ft  The Borden Cau.I_-_ai.e_t   CW-IO  Genttement Pteaie fetid me a  VREB copy of your Baby'a Record  Book end Baby Welfare Book.  Addre-ts..... ....;...;.;_..  ii  Shows Faith 1& Canada  WORLD HAPPENINGS  itnicn xr rm������%M 1% i  DfUCTLE   IUL1I  ^Af       ^������ _-*__* ��������� ,.  Sum Invested In  Her  Industries Is  Over Six Billion  The impressive ..fact that the sum  Invested in Canadian, industries Is no  less than $6,350,000,000 is mentioned  by Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, Canadian. High Commissioner . to Great  Britain,, in a foreword to the "Canadian Resources Supplement" published "by the Financial Times of l_ondom,  England. Still more impressive, he  says, is the fact that sums contributed from outside sources are, held in  proportion of 61" per cent, "by the  United States and 35 per cent, by  Great Britain.  Detailing- a few facts to Indicate  the "extraordinary resilience of Cafta-  dian industrial activities during the  period of acute world wide depression-," Mr. Ferguson records aa another impressive fact that building  contracts during the flrst ten months  of 1930 totalled $400,000,000. He says,  "this hardly looks like fatalism or  resignation to depression. Building  contracts on this scale are as reliable  an Indication of Canada's prosperity  as any that can be found."       ~~  AUCgauuii-   v__   uuiujj.  clothing in Canada have resulted in  demazicUi that Canadian suit makers  get more tariff protection.  Donald B. MacMiillan. explorer,  says he doubts if he will carry out  his announced plans ta fly from Labrador to London this summer.  Admiral of tbe Fleet. Sir Roger  Keyes, bero of Zeebrugge and the  man who held the Straits of Dover  during the Great War, has closed his  active career in tbe Royal JSTavy.  After years of danger in the air,  AntQine Paillard, aviator, died in  Paris at the age of 35. following an  operation for appendicitis. He held  many records.  Tbe proposed rendezvous in polar  wastes between the Graf Zeppelin and  Sir Hubert Wilkins' submarine "Nautilus" has been called off because of  the breakdown of tbe undersea boat.  The report of Hon. Herbert Marler,  Canadian minister to Japan, on trade  possibilities in the Far East, will not  be presented to the House of Commons.  Felix A. Sullivan, an en_.balm.er,  who officiated at the funeral of  Queen Victoria and embalmed the  bodies of President Grant and President Garfield, died at St. Louis, recently in Jala SSth year.  "The Bank- of Montreal agency in  New York recently received a shipment of $3,000,000 in gold from Canada. The Bbipment is tbe first to be  received from Canada since mid-  * winter.  Clayton Scott, chief pilot for the  Gorst air transport, brought his  Amphibian 'plane down onto Elliott  Bay, returning from Juneau with the  record of having made the first nonstop flight to Alaska by night.  . nr.  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  ''I have used "several bottles  of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find it  helps me wonderfully, especially before childbirth. I have  five lovely children. After,my  last baby came I liad a miserable pain in my right side so I  bought another bottle of the  Compound and I feel fine now.  I work outside during the fruit  season, in addition to my  housework.1 * ��������� Mrs. Charles  SUnzerland, R.R. $4, St. Oath  etines, Ontaiio.  Ie|ia|liJ_ilWHl_  ���������i"" i _^^mtmmm*m^^^ ��������� ^      ��������� > ii-"-���������*.���������������*" <������������������������.������������������������!  ',"' 'iiiiil Cri'^ul','.' 0p liifii Q|i,i.,'l        ..���������  v  W.    W.    U.    lfiUtt  Quickly Ends Kd_������f  "My bsby tutdaoafl c*_ao_������c_ea__u  _,   ��������� -.-.��������� 8h_t as eosra as I exiled ���������Sootl_a-  BeIto. he atonpad ���������cratchta* ������nd ciytag. HI*  ���������kin soon cleared."��������� ___.������. T. Lmiitmncm.  f'Soottui-Sfctfa" end* Etch at once. Alt dsuniita.  Amend Copyright Act  Bill Drafted To Conform With Home  Convention Of 1928  Parliament has given third reading  to a bill amending the Copyright Act,  approving the final three clauses in a  Bhort time. Nine clauses were passed  in committee. The bill went on to the  senate.  "Piloting the bill through the House,  Hon. C. H. Cahan, secretary of state,  said he honed a thorough revision  of the copyright law might be undertaken but indicated It -would require'  "a great deal of time."  The bill is drafted in order to bring  the present copyright law Into conformity with, tho Rome convention of  1923, and Canada is required to deposit this country's adherence to that  convention by July 1. In general its  purpose was to extend the provisions  ox the copyright so as io embrace  radio broadcasting and cinematograph  reproductions, those developments not  being in existence when the original  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JUNE  28  JJESIJS    THE    1VOItI_D    SAVIOUR:  ..'���������;���������/_��������� SUFFERING'   AND    ;'  SOVJEaFtEIGNTY  Golden Text: "God so loved ine  world, that He-gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on  Him should hot perish, but have eternal life."���������John 8.16.  A Review By Means Of Allusions  By questions recall the lesson to  which each allusion refers.  Lord, grant us grace to love Thee so,  That glad of heart and glad of face,  At last we may sit high or low.  ���������   V-.__-l_     ___     _.__    _-������.  *���������" - -  ���������Christina Rossett!.  T4*      **4waa*. fAn     _n_      ������������*aI1    _._>.*������w������<4-     ll-f-n,      +���������*������      Arm.  _p.iv      jl ���������Ks^nma u ���������%*>*������      %Mm      V-r%JM.*.���������K*.X3������*ia     jliv       h,������_*      \*v  the will of God, and even a better-  kept'life to will to do His will. ���������  Henry Drummond.  "One went to pray? or, rather say,  One went to boast, and the other to  pray."'  Let any forlorn creature happen  along that looked as if it hadn't a  friend in the world, and Aunt Malvina  was for taking it in, putting the best  robe upon it, and giving it the best  bit in the cupboard.���������G. L. Trenle.  With canine loyalty I wagged an  unoffended tail, and accepted my one-  third of the crumbs that had fallen  from the table of the proud.���������C. E.  Montague.  S3:  Snch lather!  Such  refreshing  fragrant a, ftuctt ������l������p  BiscH-sajS ana cleaaajng.-  aery's  Own  111 Individual Cottons $  9-31  Berne convention was drafted.  As   the   bill   operates,   Individuals ' ***** they never really saw Him,  who have not registered their works ' S_X'?SS������,^22*S2i?&  Their hearts were never His.  It was their lips and just their lips,  sang  "Hallelujah!"���������Frank Kingdon.  Again and again I bave been tempted to give up the struggle, but always the figure of that strange Man  hanging on the cross sends me back  to my task again.���������George Tyrrell.  "Stone upon stone rear we churches  today;  Finer and fairer than ever are they.  'How we do honor Him!' proudly,we  say���������  But Christ said, 'Go ye!' "  Each meal should be a sacramental  feast,���������  A   Eucharist   each   breaking   of   the  A. *���������������*        i ���������������      _ e_      e������V- ^m        .  cessive fees are being charged or that   Wherein  we^ meet   again  our  Great  will not possess the right of suit -in  court In respect of such unregistered  works. In the case of assignment  having been made, only such assignments as have been registered will  vest in the assignee whatever court  rights are established. Unregistered  assignments will have no status before the courts.  Organizations to whom copyrighted  works bave been assigned" and who  charge fees for the performance of  such works will fee subjected to government regulation if, after an enquiry  by a  commissioner under  the  TT!OT<rm m vtoa  the organizations are operating detrimentally to the public Interest.  A Real Patriot  It was a beautiful Sunday morning.  Simpson, having finished reading a  paper printed with an invention made  in Germany, Set out with his wife for  the meeting house of a faith found in  Palestine. Contemplating the beauty  of the land, which had been discovered by an Italian in the employ of a  Spanish queen and musing on the liberty It possessed thanks to the help  of a French, navy, his bosom swelled  with pride. "Thank God," said Simpson fervently in a language imported  from the British Isles, Y'l am a one-  hundred-per-cent. American."  High Priest,  And pledge new troth, to our exalted  Head.  ���������John Oxenham.  Thy nature is not less divine;  Thou liest in Abraham's bosom all the  year.���������-Wadsworth.      ~  He had quite a long run In the role  of the Importunate Woman and, like  her, he got there at last.  ���������C. E. Montague.  Bethink thee of thy Lord,  Who healed again the smitten ear,  And sheathed His follower's sword.  ���������Whittier.  Gandhi Prefers Humble  Quarters In  London  CuGGsss To Live In G������__ei Annuiig fait.  Poorer Class  India about the middle of August to  attend meetings of the federal structures committee in London, England,  has decided that when he gets there  he will live among the most humble  mendicants of Kingsley Hall, London's east-end borne for the poor.  f. uS_������ _n___a s Oc__.er *A���������_.egabes uo u_.e  round table conference install" themselves In the city's hotels or the castles of their friends, he will be In a  garret among surroundings not unlike  those familiar to the people who revere him so highly at home.  If the weather permits he will not  evenN alter his babitual costume of  white shawl and thin cotton loin  cloth, but if it is cold he will wear  a homespun coat and the conventional European trousers.    When, he ap-  will be in the Indian costume with  shaven bead and bare feet.  Despite the problems of state with  which, he Is concerned, one of his  major considerations at the moment  is how he will obtain fresh goat's  milk in London, England, and on the  way there. Contrary to reports he  cannot take his own flock of goats  which are milked twice daily in his  presence, and lt Is likely he will instruct Miss Slade, his British attendant and disciple, to take along a supply of condensed milk.  Life is just a one-way street  Forest service officers are watching the development of improved  types of spark arresters which are  designed to prevent sparks from locomotives from starting fires.  O GET HID OF  CONSTIPATION  Use Dr. Carter's fesaous Little ���������  Liver Pills. Entirely Vegetable.  uremic but effective. jSeo bad  after effects. For 60 years they  have given quick relief from  Biliousness, Sick Headaches,  Ind-se_������������c_-, Ac_di-fp Bad. 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THE DUSTY  HIGHWAY  ��������� EST ���������  B      CHRisTiNui wmmsra .   * 3  I PARME_NTE_rl g  | Copyright 1B29 ������  fiiiiiiliSiiliiillflliliiriiiililililiilltlBIEIllIlP  CHAPTER XX.���������Continued.  Angela's hand, resting on her  steamer chair not far from Nick's,  caught his suddenly in a frightened  clasp. He turned toward her, star=  tied, but she had already drawn it  away, and was looking out to sea.  "Any of you been there?" persisted  4he Colonel cheerfully. "      *  Nobody had.  "It's just a long neck of land  ^stretching out into the sea," he went j gathered, when the baby woke and  ���������on affably. "Rocks, and berry bush- yelled so long that someone went in  -es, and one wide, wonderful curving to investigate. Ashley had evidently  beach���������at least, that's what it was turned her over to see if she were  before the summer people took it up. I gone; and then he'd reached for his  ItBs some colony now. Finest hotel ln ! razor and: slashed his throat."  -the state out oh the point beyond the | Angela had risen. Even in the  artists'    studios.    Never   hear   your  moonlight her face looked pallid.  of vampire. She tried her charms on  the Rector of St. Anne's, but they  didn't work, so she began on Ashley,  and before she was through she finished him���������literally. The servants said  afterward that they heard her husband remonstrating; but she had a  high temper, and I guess he couldn't  do anything with her. Anyhow, Ashley went off in a gasoline launch with.  her one day, and didn't get back till  morning. When he landed and went to  his own- cottage (probably scared  blue, too, trying to think what he'd  say to wifey), he well, he found that  he didn't have to say anything. She'd  taken carbolic acid an hour before.'V  '���������How horrible!" exclaimed Nick,  wholly unconscious of the rigidity of  the form beside him.  ���������"But that's not all." The Colonel  was plainly relishing the effect of his  lurid tale. "Mrs. Ashley was in the  bathroom, alone, or so the neighbors  name, Mrs. Halilday, without remembering something rather ghastly that  happened there a year or two ago���������  given me the creeps."    She laughed a  the only summer  I've missed  being  there in a, long time.      Some people  "That's not a pretty story, Colonel  Nowell," she    said    unsteadily'.    "It's  forced little    laugh   that   rang    out  eerily on the still    night.    "Well,    I  named Halliday  took  a house there : think I'll turn in now. 'Night, every-  Any    relatives    of  for the summer.  yours?"  "No," said Angela, her voice queer-  ly breathless. "No; I never heard of  the place."  body.   Hope    there's    some   air    to  breathe tomorrow."  She moved toward the door, staggering, though the sea was like a  mill pond. Nick sprang to her side,  Quite a yarn," went on the Col- putting an arm about her until she  onel. "These"Hallidays (just a man. reached the stairs.  aad wife, I believe)," were evidently <<A11 right?" he questioned. "That  a queerly assorted pair. He "was a was a beastly yam to spin a night  quiet chap���������professional man of some \ like this. Sure you're all right?"  kind, and crazy about his jwlfe. ^ Nev- I But Angela did not speak as she  er looked at anybody else.? - SlSe" was  fumbled blindly for the bannister.  -different. Wasn't   happy    without   a  When he eanse    back-   the    Myers  man at her heels. Before the summer , were preparing to go below; but Col-  was over some called her a murder- onel Nowell was at the rail, and mo-  -ess, but " tioned Nick to join him.  'Tit's getting awfully chilly," broke "Hope my story didn't upset the  ln Angela. "I think I'll go for a little lady too much. Say! I wonder  wrap." f     ' I if those Hallidays weren't' some rela-  She would have risen, but Amy tion after all! Uncommon name���������  Myer tossed a sweater into her lap.     | Halliday;   but   she   said  she'd  never  soured by clouds, and the face of the  deep seemed vaguely restless. " After  the Colonel left him, Nick sat for a  long-time bn.>di_fck,^n<i_ija.nted with the  night���������-the soft and fragrant breeze���������  the thought that St "was he, Nicholas  Hastings, of Bakersville, U.S.A., who  had seen, the wonder and beauty of  these tropic isles. Wooded, coral-  tipped bits of fairyland, they seemed  to him; All his life he -&-ould be grateful for these weeks, and grateful to  Angela, who had made them possible.  He frowned as __is thoughts turned  to Angela. She was undoubtedly, upset by the Colonel's story���������curiously  upset. Putting two and two together  one might think-���������Still, it was a horrid thought. He hoped none of the  others had grasped it. Of course  Colonel Nowell had never met James  Halliday. He couldn't know how near  the story fitted. And Angela did enjoy having a man at her heels! Nick  smiled into the clouds. Why, she even  enjoyed an old married man like himself ! It was perfectly evident, and  with Mrs. Myer. Perhaps she was one  of those women who didn't care for  her own sex.-That might account for  Gay's strange aversion to her.  Gay! Why, it was a relief just to  thin!- abcuS; iher. No. wonder she and  Angela didn't hit it olf. . They were  so���������different. Gay could talk to the  men���������could keep them interested  (hadn't he seen Halliday himself looking at her as If he- thought her a little piece of all-right?), but she didn't  look at them the way Angela did.  Gad! he was glad she didn't. Not  that Angela meant anything by it  either. They were just���������well���������different, that was all.  He arose, walking a bit restlessly  up and down; glancing at the clouds  that were hiding the familiar stars;  Wondering why Angela had grasped  his hand so suddenly at the mention  of Painter's Neck. Yet she said that  she had never heard of the place.  "I'd give a penny-, to know," he  mused quietly; then broke off with an  impatient: "No I wouldn't either!  Thunder! where are ray thoughts taking me? Why, if it were Angela, if  she'd been even the indirect cause of  that ghastly happening, she wouldn't  look at another man as long as she  lived! No decent woman would. It  J must have been nerves, and���������and  sympathy, that upset.H_i.er so. Gee. I  hope the others didn't noticed The  Colonel caught on all right, but he's  a gentleman. He'll keep his- mouth  shut." .  (To Be Continued.)  Eating, When Tired  Bad   For  Digestion  Body  Needs   Chance To   Recuperate  and Rest Is Better Than Food  When you aire tired don't eat. Rest  Ih times of fatigue, will do nfciore for  the digestion than something thrown  into tne ���������'stomach- says Hygeia, the  health. Journal. ;. . ..���������'.'.'-"'  Many people develop a habit of eating or drinking to relieve fatigue or  merely to pass away the time. When  a person is tired the body needs a  chance to recuperate. " It is not then  advisable to^take in quantities of food  or to overstimulate the body with  drinks and drugs.  Human beings need food to develop  energy for daily work. The antidote  to desire for food is the feeling of  satisfaction. To go on eating merely  because food"��������� is set before one, after  satisfaction has been reached, is to  overtax the system. Because people  are more moderate now in their eatings and drinkings they are -living  longer than their forefathers who  gorged themselves on food in the belief that the more they ate the stronger they would become, and who  boasted cf being ''three-bottle men."  ���������Regina Daily Star.  LOSE YOOR FAT  This seii&ible way  .Start taking. Kruschen Salts���������that**  the common-sense way to reduce���������but  don't take thens "witls the idea that  . they   possess    reducing   qualities    in  vthemselvcs.   ,  -. This is what they do���������they clean out  the impurities in. your blood by  keeping the bowels, kidneys and liver  in splendjd working'shape and fill you  with, a vigor and tireless energy you'd  almost ' forgotten had existed.���������you  get the needful exercise.  As a. result instead of planting yourself in an easy chair every free moment  and letting nabby fat accumulate you  feel an urge for activity that keeps you  inovxng around uoing tlie tilings' you've  always wanted to do and needed to do  to keep you in good condition.  ' Kruschen" Stuts are the' up-to-date  "Fountain of Youth. Take one-iiaif  teaspoon   ia   a   glass   of   not   water  Ytb-mbrrow~morning and every morning (  '"���������[���������-be carefttl of the .foods'-you- eat���������'  take regular., moderate exercise���������then  watch the pounds slide off. ;  Utile Helps For This Week  heard of Painter's Neck."  "I think it was just Mrs. Haliiday's  extreme sensitiveness," Nick answered. "She seemed nervous, I noticed,  when you began to, talk. What be-  tfiose v   people,     Colonel  "Take that. I'm melted; the air's  so breathless. Do go on, Colonel  Nowell; this bids fair to be exciting."  The colonel obeyed eagerly.  "They hired  the  Burgess  place,  a  fine big house out by the cliffs.   The  came   of  cottage  next to it was  taken by a  Nowell?"  man named Ashley-���������an artist from j The Colonel shrugged. Nick had  somewhere in New York state. He .noted this growing habit, and wonder-  had a wife and baby.-Everyone liked , ed if the little man had caught it  them 5  nice, homey sort of people, I  from Angela.  understand, though Ashley himself j "You mean the I-ialidays? They left  was���������well���������his views were a trifle too : the Neck at once���������naturally. She  radical to suit some of the regular , was in a sanitarium for a time���������used  population of the   Neck;    though   I   up nervously. Gad! do you wonder?  Women ta_nd Asthma. Women are  numbered at__G__g the j sufferers from  asthma by the countless thousands. In  every climate they will be found,  helpless in the grip of this relentless  disease unless they have availed  themselves of the proper remedy. Dr.  J. I>. Kellog-g's Asthma Remedy has  brought new hope and life to many  such. Testimonials, sent entirely  without solicitation, show the enormous benefit it has wrought among  women everywhere.  doubt if they thought" much about lt  till after the tragedy."  The Colonel leisurely lighted a  cigar, enjoying tlie sense of keeping  his audience in suspense. Angela  stirred again, as if she would arise,  then sank back in resignation as he  continued, her hands tensely clutching the arms 6T her steamer chair.   .  "Well, this Mrs. Halliday was a sort  *':stfi_.  ��������� %mwm%f %*.m*P%mfK H ff^y  MALTED MILK  MOTHjERSftlwAV* ������������������������,  S. .  -.._J������ Full ������Um of Bord-ii'i  ha-ohta M-lUrfMllfc awalli  -Irllltl* ������������*������ whin thaw latum  ram jwt--><_l.������r.d i������(jy, Cliilaron  I  WIS  {_._-oht������  ic!  \4VfiiViyY*tioi*\ d  Ipvftj-tj. dallcloui Naval _  Miy ititoMt. daplalad m  ���������wy -nd vitality ������������(_ bwlldi i  Jalad ���������_������       _-ll.y and'bulldi up  Urontt iliirav IHIN bodlai.  2*������ xJtrH/mn. Ck^Jmiiexi  ��������� W^^S__^%S *   ���������__.  *I3erde.  cm._a  CHOCOLATE  MALTED MILK  0  They never went back to the Neck,  and that's all I know, though, come  to think of it, someone told me last  summer that Halliday had provided  for the child���������the Ashley child. Look!  there's a big cloud gathering. Wonder  if our good weather's over."  In their cabin below, the Myers had  undressed ln silence. It was as Myer  dutifully stooped for his good-night  kiss, that ho said, jerking a thumb in  the direction of Angela's stateroom:  "Well what do you mako of that?"  His wife smiled.'  "I think our friend Isn't always a  successful actress; but let's not talk  about It hero. Those partitions aro  too thin. Good-night."  And behind that thin partition lay  Angola, hot hands pressed against hor  eyes as .If to shut out somo horrid picture.  QUo was thinking: "They said tlio  carbolic had spilled onto hor face.  . .... Sho was burned horribly . . .  disfigured. .... What else could tho  man do then? . . , , Sho was a fool  anyway. .... Why didn't alio glvo  him time to explain? . . . . I didn't  hurt him! .... My God! ....  won't thoy ovor lot mo forgot?"  As oho turned dry-oyod to the wall  alio was conscious of an inoxplicablo  longing���������an aching want for tho  steady touch of hor husband's hand.  Stained  Glass  Wfot_ows  In Battleship  Chapel  Dedication Ceremony Performed On  Cruiser "Repulse" ��������� Was Unique  The unique ceremony of dedicating  a stained glass window on board a  battleship was performed at Sheer-  ness by thc chaplain of tho fleet,  Archdeacon Walter K. Knight-Adkin,  on the battle cruiser "Repulse.". "Repulse1* is the first ship In tho Royal  Navy to have her chapel adorned in  this way, and the window fits into an  ordinary porthole in the ship. Before  the ceremony the chaplain addressed  tho officers and men on tho quarterdeck. Tho designer Is ' Archibald  Nifc:h.ols on. Tho window represents St.  Nicholas blessing two sailors.  Aviators Have Narrow Escape  Almost ,   Sucked     Into     Crater     Of  Volcano   In   Alaska.  Man, for the first time, has 'flown  over the crater of Anlachak volcano  on the south shore of Alaska Peninsula, but the suction of cold air towards the hot crater, 21 miles in circumference, pulled the aeroplane toward the pit, and only a sudden dive  away from the gaseous mouth saved  the ship from lunging into the hole.  A 'plane, piloted by Harry Blunt,  with Al Monsen, mechanic, and carrying Father Dernard J. Hubbard, the  "Glacier priest," after several days*  waiting for good weather, soared over  the world's largest active crater taking off from Chignik Bay.  Sailing over some crags, several  huge eagles attacked the 'plane  Father Hubbard reported, sneaking  frona behind on a short turn and diving In. The propeller wash turned  them over like chips of the ocean,  but, screaming, they came back for  more until out-distanced.  "For we have great joy and consolation in Thy love."���������Philemon i. 7.  Thou in adversity canst be a sun;  Thou art a healing balm, a sheltering -tower;  The   peace,   the   truth,   the  life,   the  love of One,  Nor wound,   nor   grieff   nor  storm  can overpower;  Gifts of  a king,   gifts  frequent  and  yet free;  There's none like Thee, O Lord, none,  ���������._-���������_   _3.__   rrrt-   U1U- C   JlitVC    JL 11CC.  * ���������Maria J. Jewsbury.  There is no father, no brother so  pitiful and compassionate as He who  calls you His child. Whatever else"  mav fs.fi be sure thst His ������verl&stiii**  love will not fail. He is with you- in  your struggle against sins, in your  search for truth, your woes and  griefs, and loneliness, and trials. All  your hope, all your patience, all-your  regard for what is excellent and im-  perishable, come from Him. And as  He has given you your capacity for  His friendship and His likeness, He  will train you and guide you to Himself if you "are sulsmissive and  obedient.���������Horatio N. Powers.  THE RHYMING  OPTIMIST  ���������By Aline Mich&elia        ������  PRAYER FOB THE JOURNEY  Oh, God of small things a3 of great,  Of atom as of star,  Let me not fear or hesitate  Before the things that are!  Let me unfalteringly ^o      ' '  Always with steadfast trust,  Since I am blest in that I know  The plan is wholly just,     ,  Oh, God of worlds un guessed, remote,  And farthest deeps of space,r  Yet not too vast a force to note  The spider's silver lace,  And heed the tiny sparrow's fall,  Let me serenely tread  Life's way, and go content in all  The paths where I am led.  Oh, God of small things as of great, ���������  Of atom as off sun,  Let me not doubt or hesitate  Till all my course is run.  Wise and experienced mothers  know when their children are trou-  XA.&6L -.with worms and lose no time in  applying Miller's Worm Powders, a  most: effective vermifuge. It is absolute, in clearing the system of worms  and restoring those healthy conditions  without which there can be no .comfort for the child,*- or hope of robust  growth. It is a most trustworthy  worm exterminator. *  It Is better to have littlo knowledge  with humility and small understanding than greater treasures of learning with a vain self-conceit,  Ministers who preach sermons on  economy must expect to got buttons  in the collection. .  .      .     ���������;  W.   N.    IT.    1S95  CHAPTER. XXX.'  Two hount later th������ moon www <������!_-  BURNS  Ttftfc ������q������������l pa._������ ol fVtlnard'*  _n<l iwmi oil, .attar oil, or  ���������rt-antn. S������r������id on brown,  pajiar. Apply t������ bun. or  . acalil.     Da for* Innist th*  10   gM-lmftsI nmnvilng sffo-ps"  Unless worms be expelled from the  system, no child can bo healthy.  Mother Graves', Worm. Exterminator  ls an excellent medicine to destroy  worms.  Long-Lived Twins  Telephones Per Square Mile  Britain Comes Fourth, But Tenth  When Population Is Considered  It was recently suggested by the  "Telegraph and Telephone Journal"  that a very fair test of telephone development in a. country is the number of 'phones to the square mile.  Taking this test, Great Britain comes  fourth on the list, with 21.2 telephones per square mile. But there  is very little In It. Holland, which  heads the list has 22.8 telephones per  square, mile; Belgium, 22; and Den,  mark, 21. The TJnited States Is ninth,  on tlte list with 6.6 'phones to tho  square mile. Both Canada and Australia liave fewer telephones than they  possesa square miles of territory.  However when it comes to a test of  population, Great Britain only cornea  tenth on the list.  Retire, d    Fnrmow.     Just    Celebrated  Their Ninety-First .Birthday  Theresa Agnes Goldtng and Misa  Clara Golding, whose deaths at the  age of 88, within a few days of each  other at Rochester, wero announced  recently, woro reputed to "bo the oldest twins In England.  A Lincoln resident has stated that  at Haxoy, recently, two retired farmers, John and William Cooper, celebrated their ninoty-flrat birthday.  Thoy are known as tho "Haxey '  twins,"  The editor of the Sault Daily Star  who produces those wolf stories  Is out campaigning for longer bertha  on Pullman cars���������more bunk, as it  wore.  Turner Valley Oil  Dolt varies of Tumor Vallejr naphtha and crude during May totalled  118,314 barrels, as compared with  114,217 barrclfl In April. Sales to  farm or a at tha walls havo boon continuing lu fairly largo volume, so that  tho dollvorlen do not represent tlio total production, ITMrmera purcliaao  around 500 barrel*, dally from tlio  various compautcL  CORN'S  I  JmrnmSmSmmW    __���������& ^_-*__-������      JT  Ir oLJlaw.    & '  Stops/  An amazing remedy���������act������ In m  few (scconda and cau_.eu aio pain. Tha  corn Bhrlveln up and loosons. Another  application or two and tho corn  drops out. Wondorful^���������yes it is���������  but that la just how Putnam's, Com  It.*tractor worlcw. You can buy Putnam'.! Corn Extractor from any.  druggist for 35a.  B1  1 "i* bmM  A  kJ'C THI,  ���������B_EST?.N  BEVXEW  A Three Hing Tire Gircas  fTpHA-TS jnsS about w&a. y������������'d -c������i_  lour shop today. Tlwee famous  Goodyear Tires ������aa shzrw ������������������ Pathfinder,. All-Weather*, Heavy Duty. A  complete range of sizes in each.  _f rices to suit everyone. And each  tire built with the toaglie_?*5 Esesi  resilient cord ever developed fof  tires���������Goodyear Supertwist*  .  Stop in next time you're near.  us banish the "woyry of those old  tires-���������at our greatly reduced IHS3  prices*  CRESTON MOTORS  L. C. McFARLAND, Manager.  T_E-__E_pe:o3v_E 10 CRESTON  P_*f a new Cknydyear Tube in every new easing.  NEW FORD  COUPE  585  cr. o. b.   k__*  WStUUortOmSmTm*.  Bumper*.    *p*arm  ttrf,    and    teaum  extra.)  the jewels  of  a  fine  w ate ja  Evidence of the quality built  into the new Ford is the use of  more than twenty ball and roller  -_.6-_-.-__.gd. En addition to  smoother operation, they eave  gasoline, give more speed and  Sower in first and second speeds,  ecrease noise and increase the  durability and efficiency of the  transmission gears*  From the engine to the roaci.  the entire drive of the new Ford  on all forward speeds is wholly  on anti-friction hall nnd roller  bearings.  Come in and- let as explain.  the many other structural audi  mechanical features that malt������  thc new Ford a value far abovo  the price yon pay.  PREMIER GARAGE  CRESTON  Anxiety ?  Maybe you are worried over a  misunderstanding with out-of-  town friends or business associates. You can relieve your  mind at once by using the Jong-  distance telephone.  For example, the telephone is  ready at this minute to carry  your voice to persons in Al-  bert-.ar Sasketchewan, Manitoba.  You can jxut calls through to  these provinces easily, quickly,  without fuss or bother, over all-  Canadian lines. Just ask the  Long Distance Rate Clerk for  rates ancl information.  Protest Change  Train Service  Board of Trade Fights Proposal  to Have Easibound Train Pass  Through Creston Alter Midnight Commencing This Month  AH members of the executive of Creaton Board of Trade who were in town  -wereout for an emergent meeting on Saturday afternoon to consider the effect the  proposed change in time of the east-  bound train will have on business  generally.  President Col Ma'Iandaine presided  and he briefly explained that on Friday  lie had been handed a copy of a letter  W. B, Martin, local C.P.R, agent, had  received, asking: the agent to ascertain  the opinion of tbe businessmen on a  proposed change in schedule which  would bring the eastbound train through  Greston about 1.30 a.m., instead of the  present popular 210 p.m. time of  arrival.  The long after rntdnight arrival proposed is to be brought about by having  the Kettle YsMsy -trail. d__-t___L__-ue its  night stopover at Nelson.  The    executive   was  the  best  unanimous  change tn schedule was not in the  interests of the fruit industry' and a  motion was carried that the secretary  write the C.P.R. Express Company  superintendents at Vancouver and  Winnipeg, as well as the passenger  traffic superintendents, pointing out  that serious loss will be sustained by the  soft fruit growers, particularly, who  under the new time card will lose the  splindid marketing advantage they enjoyed at Lethbridge, Calgary, Medicine  Hat    and     all     intervening   southern  ������__,__-*.-.    .__:__._._    i ,-4.     -I.-.,-���������    -,1,1..    4-r.  ___.������������k-.^_ ue*i    {/viuwoa     uj*     _4-rv U*___.X������       ������*._(.-        l*U>  deliver fruit in time to be put  on   sale  the morning following picking.  The Express Company will be advised  that the twelve hour later service will  berries will be  travelling  across  as the  mean  country in the the heat of the day  train is not due in Calgary and Medicine  Hat until early evening, thus increasing  the Eiklihood of spoiled shipments with  consequent grief to the company. It  will also be pointed cut that the change  in time will give the trucks a greater  chance to pick off 'ttaeJe as these can  deliver to points as far east a������ Crows-  nest to better advantage than the  proposed new train service.  Due to the very light travel it was  felt the passenger department will not be  seriously interested but they will have  their attention called to the fact that if  the Kettle Valley train were efcanged to  leave Vancouver in the morning there  would be no c mplaiht at this end as the  train would still make its noon arrival at  Creston.  The termination of the present advantageous service - will be serious to  local growers as at ���������_ present half the  strawberries, all raspberries, blackberries, cherries, currants, etc., are  moved by l.c.l. express shipments. A  loss of 24 hours in getting fruit on sale at  at centres like Calvary and Medicine  Hat, cannot help but be felt. And even  at Lethbridge with the train' not due. to  arrive until 2 p.m. it "is questionable if  berries can be placed on sale in that city  the afternoon of arrival.  Kootenay Telephone Oo.  LIMITED  Death of Angus Carrie  Death has claimed another oldtime  resident of Creston district in the passing away at Creston public hospital  Tuesday evening of Angus Currie, to  which institution he had been taken a  few days previous suffering with pleurisy.  Deceased, who was in hia seventy-  fourth year, was a native of Belleville,  Ontario, and at a comparatively early  age commenced his treelc west, and for  some years cowboyed it on a number of  ranches in Montana, arriving in Creston  Valley about thirty years ago, since that  time he has followed mining, cattle farm*  ing and various other lines of work,  Up till about three years ago ho mode  his homo at West Creston, but due to  fftilinft health he wan fewwd t������ quit hia  farm in that flection and has been living  by himso ff in a shock Ins built on Park  Road.  His relatives in enntern Canada hnvo  been communicated with but It ia expected burial will take place in Creaton  Thursday.  Creditors Name Trustee  examination of the Company's dyking  operati������?_jgYat^he -Beclamati^n^Mrm^  At the; meeting of the creditors in  Nelson, on the 12th; a new board of  directors was appointed which in addition to Mr., Slater, includes L. M.  Simpson* president of Creston Power,  Light^fe Telephone Company. Limited,  and A. L. Palmer. It is announced that  funda willl be forthcoming to complete  the needed dyking at the twin bridges  and that the work will commence this  fall. Local creditors were represented at  the Nelson meeting by A. L. Palmer and  H. S. McCreath. J. H. Doyle, who had  been acting os receiver, was also present.  CnQ.S&m;,.&MmM!OH  A UGTIONEER  GRESTON        -      ''*-������������������������;  Sales conduced ih any part of Valley.  Arrangements for sales can be made  with Chas. Murrell.  mJ-AkS. 00>MF*T������N  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  PHONE 56F.  GRESTON  SJDXmK.  used as   a  bank  advantages.  Money carried in it. is easy to  spend on Crifies or may be.lost  or stolen.  Weekly deposits ia our Savings BanSc  ss* will accumulate rapidly.  Small or large accounts are. welcome.  THE CANADIAN BANK  rvi?  i/l  _r^_r>_l- Mm. mT_rr&m~xv2  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch * R. J. Forbes, Manager  MiM^M>������MajA-ja������-i^-UaM_4__A_JUJUA������A_^^  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  1\_/|   m 4 i"i-m^m'tr\  JL T __LX* St. a-V-CJUL^  E     ri ^r������rii-tv     -Ik--*.  _____/ClJLJLJLA_/  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY oui-  SHAM ROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM. BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  -*;:>f FRESH nnd CURED FISH' -^ '  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  i  < ���������;< . _'���������.*<  COMPANY. Ltd  'wvm'm'ww  IWW������W������WIWM������  ���������W'WWWWWWWWW  ��������� wm,wv"^'mwwm' ��������������� w 'w  i      1  ���������4  ES������  ������BL  BBS  cS_..__fiy  mL^  FOR SALE���������Good  _r��������� goliiff cheap.   E  _lding), Croston.  ranch horse* 1200  Oatrennlcy, (Alice  FOR SALE-Purobred Irlnh  Spaniel  upa;   malwi, $10;   females, $G.   Alex,  robot, fa Cre������ton,  .  COW FOR SALE   Refiia.crod Jtorwy,  (i yearn olc^ duo to rrenlion September  7tn, cheap for <-ft.ih.   C, Tapllra, Canyon.  Mr. Slater of Vancouver, who has been  appointed receiver ot the Kootenay Valley Power & Development Company,  Limited, was a business visitor here at  the end of the weelc, consulting with the  local    creditors   and   also  making  an  LAND ACT  Notice of In tent ton to Apply to  Pitrchase Land  In Land Recording District of Nelson  and nit im to in Lot 4592 and adjoining  the north boundary of Lot S12 on. the  east bank of the Goat River, near  Creston, Britiah Columbia.  TAKE NOTICE THAT THE "WEST  KOOTENAY POWER AND LIGHT  COMPANY, LIMITED, of Roasland,  B.C., occupation, Producers of Electrical  Energy, tnfoonda to apply fpr permission  to purchase the foil owing described lands:  Commencing nt a post planted nt a  Eoint where the wostorly limit of tho  rjtlah. Columbia Southern Railway  Intersects the north boundary of Lot  812, fclusneo no.tl.erly along ttlic westerly mult, of Railway to Houth boundary  or Lot 10782, thence wcaterly along  south boundary of Lot 10782 to tho  Goal; River, tlienco noutl.erty nlong tho  easterly bank of Goat River to tho  northerly boundary of Lot 812, thonco  oanftorly nlonpr north, haundnry ou Lot  ..12 to point of beginning nnd eoritnln-  ing olffhteon CIS) ������<_r������i moro or lens.  WEST ICOOTBNAV POWER &  LIGHT COMPANY LIMITED.  Jmne let, WAX.  Whatever   it  may  be,   we are  equipped to  take care  of your  needs.  FLOUR?   MSLL FEEDS  GRAiNp   HAY  By the Sack, Ton or Carload.  Prices are right.  B  _DS33C-^_L l^___l u^y    ��������� D3  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  Qaitiiiiii������iaiiiiiaaiiiB'iiiiaiiaii������iaii_aiiii������iii_iiiiaiil1iiOiV_i������ii'nr_������)riiVii  ���������*ftfi A-^-^^nA--^-J^Trf^^^ni1^_r^fnArif^1i#-������_^_Ti4rii<<kr^_tfrArif^- A.A___._AiA__k.iii_4_iA>Aai_fci__liA__ki_ki_li__ii_li  ^w't-X  The Consolidated Mining:  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.;  TRAIL, British Columbia  manufacturers op Ammonium Phosphate  I?I FPU A NT  braJtd Sulphate of Ammonia  Chemical Fertilizers Triple Superphosphate  Sold by NATIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  ���������'��������� IEAD������ZINC'  CADMIUM- BISMUTH THE   CBESTON  .REVIEW  ,/  Local and Personal  Service at Christ Church o.i Sunday  will be at 7.30 p.m. .  FOR SALE���������Ford touring ear, in good  shape, $100.   F. W. Ash, Creston.  Creston baseball team will be out of  town this Sunday for a game with  Canal Fiats.  New carrots, beets and potatoes  Head lettuce 5 cents per head. Greston  Mercantile Co., Ltd.  Mrs. Glen Quayle of Trail is a Creston visitor this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Jas. Cherrington.  S. A. Speers is combining business  with pleasure on a visit to Cranbrook at  the middle of the week.  Father L. Choinel will say Mass at  Holy Cross Church, Creston, Sunday,  June 28th, at 10.30 a.m..  _______ '��������� '���������.'���������������  Wednesday is Dominfion Day, a  statutory holiday, and all places of  business in town will be closed.  FOR SALE OR TRADE^-Ford light  delivery, in good shape, or will trade on  milch cow.   N. Husband, Wynndel.  Commencing  to-morrow   ana   umn  further notice Creston public -library  will be open each Saturday from 2 to 4  p.ui.  FOR SALE���������Light dray, made from  Ford chassis, just the thing for hauling  fruit. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop.  Creston.  Since the rainy spell set in at the  middle cf the month the Valley has been  favored with a total ra nfall of close to  two inches.  FOR SALE���������Cut of jlfalfa hay in  field, can be seen at jl nomas ranch,  Huseroft. Apply John Bird* Camp  Lister, B.C.  Miss Clara Cunniil arrived from  London, England, on Thursday last on  an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Murrell.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson were  weekend visitors with their daughter,  Mrr W. Belanger, at Jaffray, making  the trip by auto  Pastor Hillary of the Full Gospei  Mission is at Pentieton this week, where  he is attending the annual conference of  the denomination.  HOUSE FOR SALE���������3 room residence    on    Victoria    Avenue.   For   full  particulars    enquire     Mrs.   Lillie,    on  ..premises, Creston. ~y ~~.",.-,j,    ,~������y?y v. ���������-:" *.  Work is well along on the new  Sinclair hardware store on Canyon  street and it 5s hoped to be open fo  business early next month.  Work of taking the census ait all  points in Creston Valley was completed  at the middle of the -week.   "While  no  INT HEADOUARTE,  \   '  S-W Mar-Not is made specially  for use oh floors. Made to  stand tlie tramping of nailed  heels, the eliding and scuffing  >o������ little feet, the moving of  fu___a������tt___e, spilled urates.  Pagokhi tough is Mar-Not.  You may-dent the. wood hut  Mar-Not will still cling to its  surface. And it dries overnight  with a rich, Song-wearing lustre.  Hot or cold water won't affect  it.  Mar-Not ss traly she world's  finest floor varnish. Typical  of the quality and value in the  -Friday and Saturday suggestions listed here.  *f\    __ _-���������__.       kf* ���������  %m������Um.ity Miocenes  CpFFEE, Braid's and Blue  Ribbon, per ]b   CORNED BEEP 9q>  C_������Jnll__!__-SE #5 j~  pound ... .. o������-5������-������  PICKLES, Sweet Mustard &~*  quarts   i������3  TOMATOES l^r*  3 tins . ��������� ������OU  PEAS, Aylmer ������*������  2 for . ��������� *&0  PEACHES, Sliced *__���������-  2^'s .  ���������������_$������>  PINEAPPLES, oe  2 for . .  .^%>  RAISINS, '   q������  2 lbs. ........  .^D  pound���������~~i~ .. ._���������..���������- ; .-,��������� JL'll  A  Uompliment  to Good  Judgment  To be known as a Merchant, le shopper is a compliment to good judgment and a distinct preference for the_ better  standard of quality in all"  foodstuffs, and above all  a thorough knowledge of  good value.  '"YY"^'"  JS-W Pflrfrtt _f-wd-_et_t   AwUt thm ceorft? tvntw vntUr  tnif JmOmtmrn  ^  RICHARD HODNUT  mK  THREE FLOWERS  Treatments  Are very simple. They are based on two principles, Cleansing and Freshening. , These can be carried but In a few minutes each day at your home,  and they do retain for My Lady the exquisite  charm that is rightfully; hers.  THREE FLOWimSREAU  Skirl Cleanser and Skin Freshener  with a trial set free, SI.SO  The Treatment is complete when one uses:   Cold Cream, 50c;  Vanishing Cream, 60c;   Face Powder, $1.00.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THBt  RISXAILiIj  STORE  GffiO. II. K_ES_LI_V  information is being given oat it is expected the figures will show the village  population eSosa to 600.  Mrs. Corner and childreii of "Vancouver have arrived to make their home  En' Creston, and are occupying the  Anderson house on Barton Avenue.  _Et. M. Reid of Macleod,. Alberta,, was  renewing acquaintances in town at the  middle of the week-- Bob was C.P.R.  agent here for many years, leaving in  1917.  Mi-8 Mary Murrell, who has been  attending college at Victoria for dome  months past, arrived thia week for the  summer vacation with her father Chas.  Murrell.  Ari <t_n_l _.___ 1__ A_ _h_*__ .i_h___ .Al.JAmMmf m4  <W,'W   V  ���������    ���������     ^mm^m%*m% VSmm-M. M. %M*'J_i  Spring weather culls for a quick,  one that you can let go out afte  EGG "COAL is the answer  F. STTMMRR nOAT," ins., wlml  "THE SUMMER COAL/' just what you 'want for yon  cook stove.    Try a ton of JEWELL EGG, $0,00  ^ per ton delivered in town.  CRESTON TRANSFER  t     F.O. BOX 71) ALBEBT DAVIES  PHONE Iffl  ,U|W|y^M^paMgyaia|MM������^*1MM>a|*MJ|f-  ���������  J  T. E. Mawson haa just taken out a  building permit for n new barn he is  erecting on t e ranch. It is a structure  about 24 x 24 feet.  Canyon school will close for the  summer vacation on Tuesday afternoon.  Canyon will have its usual quota of  students at Croston' writing on the  Grade 8 promotion exams.  A. Halstead has been a patient u  CreBton hospital a few days this week,  where he waa undergoing treatment for  an over supply otboila.  The United Church Ladlea' Aid had a  cash ingathering of $17 nt their ice  cream social at the community hall last  Snturday evening.  Tho almost dally rains since Tuesday  last liave done some damage to the  cherry crop nnd also caused a loBa with  strawberries, but it waa- a life aavor for  rMBphc-Tiefl and all other fruits and  vegetables. It will also help ansuro a  aocontl crop of alfalf a,  Mr, and Mra. Bobinnon of Winnipeg,  Man., wero motor vlnltora bore thlet  weelc, Bueatf. of Mr. and Mm. LowerI son.  Tho former la ������ brother of Mrs. Abbott,  formw _-Ci__dC'i_l;j lu_i.o, _u_u3 ten., no io  Canyon not knowing tho Abbottn' had  moved to Ponce River ovor n year ago.  Deposit by Mail  SAVE a trip to town. Deposits sent  by mail will receive careful and  prompt attention, and you will receive  an immediate acknowledgment oi your  deposit.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  TOMMim  CRESTON      >       .       - la S_ W. CLOWES, Me. neger  Branches of Wsteo*., Invanm������m, Cranbrook, Fmrnlm  B"  H  U  H  M  H  U  s.  Light or Heavy  ft m SS S   AS f* BT  grjg JfLW m^mj gmm Jgm\\ SmW Ba*  "yV������iaL<t>voi    ifc  may bo,  we  are  equipped to  take care  of your  needs.  FLOUR,   MILL FEEDS  cfSSSfJSmBBLy       irSrm Sir  By the Sack, Ton or Carload.  Prices iare right.  ���������a  I  _  e  **%mP Wm ___���������_���������#% m   il  Sole agent for GALT COAL  *  5  M XHX^SEVIEW_.   CBESTOK.   B:   ������*  F������mp nearly 40 yeaM  ^^ss3^sfs ������It������!������������ |gi f@a  *Fre6h Srom ttae gardens?  VmS.  -  ������_   ���������_���������  Hip     m.  _  ���������_*.���������_������������������_ _"*__  1  There are two kinds of criticism,���������one that nowadays we refer to as  "constructive" criticism, and the other that in comiKin parlance we term  "destructive" criticism. To be exact, the word criticism should not be  employed in connection with the latter.  Criticism is a fine old English word which in its pure significance, so a  recent writer has pointed out, implies carefully weighing and balancing; fine,  exact, authoritative judgment. Needless to say the heading" over this article  does not refer to such true farm of criticism.  In modern usage the word has been debased, and divorced from Its true  meaning. Today its implication is not to take the measure of something or  scr__c ens, but rather to point out. dwell upon, magnify the defects of something or seine one. The tendency is not to balance, but to distort, to become  cynical, to carp at, to indulge in wholesale fault-finding, to seek to destroy  what is rather than to work for betterment. It is ia this sense we say:  __X������__t be critical. l  In so many respects people are the product of their environment that it  takes an unusually strong person to stand erect and breast the onrushing  tide of current opinion. When times are prosperous, business booming,  stocks and bonds mounting ever higher, -when nine out of every ten people  are optimists, many of them merely because it i3 the fashion to be so, they  become extremely critical of the person who advises caution. Such a person  is characterized as a non-progressive, labelled a back number, when as a  matter of fact he may be more truly progressive, more far-seeing, more of a  real builder than those who deride Mm.  Reversing the picture, we find in these present days that the vast  majority of people are pessimistic and because condifens are admittedly not  good they are critics! of _ir_d would destroy those very institutions under  which they developed and enjoyed their former prosperity, and they now  denounce those who again urge caution and a carefully weighing of all the  facts before taking a leap in the dark; they are impatient with and critical  of all those who advise sane, clear thinking and careful, well-thought out  action rather than wholesale destruction of that which has gone before.  Environment, too, has a great deal to do with our pet prejudices, and  prejudice is the fruitful source of a very large percentage of harmful  criticism. It is only the accident or circumstances of birth that makes a  person one of the white race rather than a negro or an oriental. Many  a staunch Protestant who criticises, denounces and raves over everything  appertaining to Roman Catholicism might just as easily been bora, a devout  Roman Catholic and thus be the object of the criticism and scorn he now  pours out on others, or he who now insists he belongs to the only true church  might have been born one of those he now regards as a heretic, or even a  heathen savage. -  The circumstance of birth has placed some men on thrones, or in  positions of luxury and wealth, while others have been born as slaves and  Into dire poverty. Each man may be doing his duty as he sees it, honestly  and fearlessly, striving for individual, community and world betterment. But  neither the one nor the other has the right to look condescendingly on his  fellow man nor deride him. They may not agree upon what constitutes  world betterment, and each has full liberty of action to strive for the attainment of that in which he believes or desires. Constructive teaching and  action loolfcing to the realization of desired ends is praiseworthy and should  be indulged in, but narrow, bitter, illogical criticism, purely destructive in its  nature and Intent, is not only deplorable and to be condemned, but, in the  final analysis, it is futile in results.  What this old world needs, probably more than anything else, in its  present stage of development, is a more universal acceptance of the meaning  of the good old English word, "Criticism." People need to readjust their  thinking processes, their words written and spoken, their actions; they need  to subdue their passions, curb their prejudices, look beyond their environment; In a word, in business, in government, in community life, in all our  Intimate social intercourse, there Is imperative need for careful weighing  and balancing, for fine, exact, authoritative judgment. Prejudice and  selfishness require to give way to reasonableness, a willingness to recognize  and study the other fellow's point of view.  That Is, the world needs today, as It has always needed and always wiil  need, the application of the Golden Rule, the spirit of co-operation, in the  every day activities of life, be those activities great or small, vitally  significant or relatively unimportant.  Manitoba Visions  Huge   Power   Project  _3evelo������___-t.nc Of Bauplun Rivet? Power  Would Be Great Benefit To  Province  A likely means of balancing' agricultural and industrial development  in Manitoba was pictured by Premier  Bracken in his address to the Young  men's Section of the Winnipeg Board  of Trade, recently, on "The Feasibility of tho Dauphin Kiver as a power  development scheme." Properly developed, the YDauphtn River project  would be the largest Individual development In. Manitoba, he said, and  would increase tlie power resources  of the province by probably 400,000  h.p. It would, round out the whole  power situation In Manitoba; assure  all,parts of the province of a supply  of low-priced hydro power for many  years; facilitate the development of  industry in urban centres and of  municipal services In the rural centres with the possibility cf adding 50  per cent, to the Industrial future of  the southern nsrt of Manitoba.  wiaesi a -Laxative.G*tpes  BEWARE!  Severe abdominal pains, griping-,  after taking: a jaxative Is an Indication of unnatural ������train that  may cause serious Injury.  No laxative that causes such  discomfort is safe, or necessary.  ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  end aura.  A daily dash of END'S  *"Fruit Bait" in a glass of water,  night or morning, tones up and  sweetens the entire system. Acid  stomach. fatigue, biliousness,,  quickly disappear.  AmisK   Mennonites    Ban    Radios  Classify Thflm With. Musical Instruments Sent By Devil  Bringing the extremely strict tenets of their creed up to date, the  Araish Mennonlte conference of Ontario, which concluded a three-day  session at the Mapleview church,  Wellesley Village, near Kitchener,  Ontario, has decreed that radios must  be banned from all Amish Mennonite  with musical instruments -which have  been barred since the sect was founded.  Musical Instruments, along with  many other modern luxuries and even  some so-called conveniences, are  banned from the homes of Amish  Mennonites as being instruments of  the devil designed to lead the faithful  away from devout worship of the  Almighty, Penalty for violation of  the ban on radios in the home is -excommunication from the church.  #^^iaCTfeSi^e^  Ooud   U_   insects  Visits  Alaskan  Island  Benort  From   Wrangel!   States   All  VegetatSoa Was Destroyed  A despatch from WrangeUy Alaska,  states that a cloud of insects which  fillg-fl     f~T*a     alrma     fr_r\     aiirVr*     _rl_o-_^-aI^-������r    -4*&i<i+-  they could be grasped in the air by  the handful, visited .and destroyed  vegetation on Vank Island. J  J. G. Smith, a fox farmer, said the  Insects were borne to the island by  a southwest wind. He described  them as about half an inch In length,'  with red legs and with a head and  mouth resembling- an ant.  They    alight    on    the    trees    and  leaf, he added. Strawberry blossoms  turned black later.  MT_-._1 JJ  rv w_u.a  _-*   nances  _���������������___./_ .__.._  v.e_T-iii_ate3  One Hundred and Seventy Natursriiz-  tlon Certificates May Be  Cancelled  Cancellation of 170 naturalization  certificates which were obtained fraudulently has been recommended by  Judge _T_ G. Wallace of Woodstock,  Ont., who Investigated many cases in  Montreal and Toronto last April. The  cabinet Is considering the report at  the present time but it is expected  the recommendations will be followed,  Persian Balm is unrivalled for promoting feminine  loveliness.       Tones  and rejuvenates the skin. ____s_kes I*  exquisitely soft-textured. Makes  hands flawlessly white. Especially  recommended to sooth������ and relieve  roughness or chafing caused by  weather conditions. Indispensable to  every, dainty woman. Cool and refreshing. Delicately fragrant. Magical in results. Never leaves a vestige  of stickiness. Persian Halm is the  one toilet requisite for the : woman  who cares for charm and elegance.  Have Settee- Chance  The family which possesses a piece  of land and will work it so that it  will produce the things they must  have to sustain, life, la vastly better  off than the general run of popula-  luvents New Type Ut fcngine  Windsor   Resident   May   Sell   R'.ghts  jfo jsDii������t_=.__. ������_u__ipu__y  After 20 years of effort William  MacKirdy of Windsor and ~ Detroit is  ready to offer for market an engine  which is declared to be revolutionary  a__d in. many ways not comparable  with anything on the market.  The Inventor describes his product  as a combination of the Diesel principle of internal combustion, that is,  burning fuel oil under high pressure,  and the principle of steam wherein  the surplus heat of the Diesel���������at  present lost in water jackets���������is  utilized in generating a highly superheated steas____ It h__s all the virtues  of the Diesel practice and the steam  principle, with- none of the disadvantages, it is asserted.  When Sir Harry Brittain, director  of D. Napier and Sons, of England,  visited Detroit receniiy he crossed the  river for the express purpose of examining the engine. On his request,  complete plans of an engine for a  mammoth SvLn6" boat have been forwarded to England. The English  ' company has suggested taking over  (the world rights of manufacture if  the engine meets with the inventor's  claims. Sir Harry expressed himself  as very favorably impressed.  tion of   the   towns   and  cities,   even  Consideration"also Ts  being givenrtoi^J^^J^^^^ ������fn������^  the institution    of criminal    charges "~ *"  against those Involved and to deporting them from the country.  wStop the Cough. ��������� Coughing is  caused by irritation in the respiratory  passages and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that. oprni* from infiam-  matlbn of the mucous membrane.  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil will ally the inflammation and in  consequence the cough will usually  stop. Try it and you will be satisfied.  ployment now. It has been a long,  hard pull lately for the farmers but  they are not without something with  which to pull, as Is the unhappy condition of the unemployed In the cities.  And. There Are. Plenty  Someone wants to know whether a  fellow who drops money on the stock  market is a bull or a bear. Sometimes  he Is just a. simple ass, says the  Regina (Evening) Leader-Post.  BEMNANTS  REMNANTS���������3 lba. Prints,  $1.00; 2  lbs.   Silk,  Velvet or  Cretonne,   $1.00.  , Agents, dealers wanted. A. McCreery  I Co., Chatham, Ontario.  Eats  Poison  Weed  Business As Usual  An insurance agent had outstayed  hia welcome in a merchant's office,  and took no notice of the many broad  hints that he was making himself a  nuisance. At last his victim got him  by the scuff of the neck and pitched  him downstairs. The man got up,  retrieved his hat, and turning to tho  man at the top of the stairs, he said  calmly, "Joking apart, what about  that Insurance policy?"  Dr. Johnson wrote his dictionary in  nine years. The French Academy of  40 mebers spent 40 years on a rival  work.  Social Service Investigation  Professor Edouard Montpetlt, chairman of tho Quebec Social Insurance  Commission, and four members of  the commission, sailed recently for  England ancl the continent to complete a general survey of social relief  methods. Their Investigations will  talco several months, after which they  will make a roport upon which will  bo based tho social insurance legislation to bo enacted in Quebec.  Saskatchewan Boy Dies From Eating  Wild Parsnips  After eating some wild parsnips,  which ho found near his father's  farm, Gregory Kotek, son of a well-  known farmer of tho Foam Lake dis-'  tricf, died before medical assistance  could be obtained. No inquest was  considered necessary, the youngster  having told his parents what -he had  eaton. _.  Wild parsnips are deadly poison,  oven when cooked. Recently tho  University of Saskatchewan agricultural authorities Issued a .warning  against eating this weed.  ^MlCsS'^  ,4*������Z*m"j������?*'*^tT^^C^ri^  mm  Fish that died millions .of years  ago are nn aid to the modern geologist searching for wator far underground.  The Mother of Seven Children  Used It for Diarrhoea  Mrs. Bay Drfnkwntor, B.B, No. 2, HafforftvlHo,  Ont., writes:���������"I am tho mohlior of woven <���������.__*.firm,,  and laat Humraor ono of thorn, 17 montha old, wan  takon very stele with diarrhoea, and I tlu.urht uJio  wa������ ffoirift to die,  "My h.i������band wont 7 mJloH to h������o what my s_������tor  hJ* B1��������� llor lmby������ antl l1? mrn0 ho"* with a bottle  ?.* D*-JftwIor'a Mxfcraot a* "Wild Otmwbor.y. X imvo  the fl-iild a fow floHon and ulio win noon well attain.  i*M.y other (...ildron nltto Imrl rtlnrThooa at that  tlmo and I tfav<i them <Dt, Fowler V with th* nnma  ������u_ult;������*"  m.  P  m  AWWi.  Douglas' Egyptian Liniment la a  quick, certain remedy for Hoof Rot  or Thrush.   Four or five applications  are usually enough.  War Veteran -Loaves Hospital  After spending 18 years in hospital  recelvinc; treatment for. an, arm ailment received during the Groat War,  Corporal Roy Bpown has loft Chrlstlo  Street Military I-IospitaV Toronto,  cured. Corporal Brown, who entered  a hospital at Boston, Miuiy., shortly  after the war, came to Toronto and  entered ChrLBtlo Stroot Bonpltal in  1027.  mm.  mm.  mm  Cut Down  ---by covering all perishable  goods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will keep  them fresh until you are ready  to use them.  You'll find the Para-San* sanitary  knife-edged carton handy. Or  use "Centre Pull" Packs in sheet  form for leas exacting uses. At  grocers, druggists, stationers.  mm  S-S-  mz������  .ill  Hit  ism  >.S*Ki  Ste..!.  k,_*x*_-_*������j,i,;5v<  _> ���������_��������� W"i������X!/_(.W J  9*S5.  '__&:  ii  SiM^i.  ������__.$*#*.  mm  Tho farmon' In not unemployed. Just  unpaid, that'_. all,.  ,wi_.ii.. wii \itM\4\m-\u������*it,mmm.wimvtmtmkm.i***iuai4w ������_i___i������_i*_w������*^wii<w-iiww>������wiiii^iwiiii mm*mm  W.    N_    ti.    I������fi8  ��������� .  fflWfei  m  Smtmmmmmm  tfuMiiiiaii  mwA.  We*i������m R������flr$*mtali\tetiii  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO,* REGINA, SASK.  11  ll  ���������i TEM   REVIEW, .CRESTOKa   B,   _0_  .���������������  SWEEPSfAKES  BILL IS OPPOSED  ini iri  __.<_  m .       Sm A\A  !F  TV ������  IE  lion  J,  Port Now Reported To Be Free Of Ico  and  Work On  Dock Nearly  ' Pomp'eted  ~ v The.- Pas, Man.���������Churchill's harbor  Is; cleared of the final, remains of the  ice  flow and  it is  possible  now for  DEPUTY��������� ira-^ISTlIB KETJKES    | j ������<lYm   CreditPrOB0Sal    -   ���������_n___������������������_.  ������������������ i --- i ��������� f .  Outlined By Beatty  Ottawa, Ont.���������A vigorous attack  on the Hospitals Sweepstakes Bill  was launched by Sir George Foster.  The bill would make it legal for  hospitals to raise revenue by conducting- sweepstakes with the sanction? of the attorney-general of any  province. He concluded by moving  the bill be given a six-months hoist..  The state owed a duty to look:after  its aged and its poor and its sick, Sir  George said. It should not delegate  that duty to a gambler's chance;  ___ this bill was made law, Sir  George declared, he could see no  limits to which propaganda to sell  lottery tickets might not extend.  With such a bill made lam lie  thought it was possible such degenerating propaganda might result' as  would- "eat out theYhonest heart of  the people of Canada."  Referring to the Irish Hospital  Sweepstakes, he called it "the  great Irish Industry." Everything  was left to chance, and neither experience, skill, reason nor ability  counted.  Senator Gillies said 'the majority:  of  the  people  were opposed ��������� to   the  v.gate sloug the rive? fua  many miles. Dredging will get underway within a day or two. White  whales and seals may be seen from  "the harbor-daily.  The break-up started nearly a, wee.k  ago and was brought back and forth  W'th the tide during the past few  days. Ocean craft could now steam  Into the bay part without danger, according to word received here from  the port' Wednesday. The dock is  completed enough to^ handle oceangoing, boats now.  The bt^ _ dredging program. at  Churchill w'll be completed this season. About 2,500 000 yards of material will be moved under the directions of engineer^ there.  Work on the 2,500,000 bushel elevator is now three- weeks ahead of  schedule and there is little doubt  that it will ba completed in time tc  handle the initial shipments of grain  through Churchill this fall.  F. C- T- O'Hara, Deputy Minister of j  Half   Of   Five    Million    Capital   Of  Company Now Subscribed  Ottawa, Ont.���������V^ithin a few weeks  the organisation "of the Dominion  Agricultural Credit Company will be  completed, YEL W_ Beatty, president  of the Canadian* Pacific Railway  Company, told the House of Commons committee on banking and commerce.  Designed to assist farmers in Western Canada Jn. diversifying their operations, the company will go slowly  and feel its way for "the first few  years. The IdeaV Mr. Beatty said.  was derived from agricultural credit  corporations of the TJnited States  which had functioned with success on  similar lines in Minnesota and other  states.  Up to the present about half of the  , Trade   and   Commerce   for   Canada, [ $5,000,000 capital of the company has  j who has retired at his own request"  on account of ill-health.  Fiiii-iS Fur li.lt* Rg!?p������  *���������  *_&���������������*���������<-?      ������   "i       ��������� ������������������_=V       mmymmPmm\m*mmm  Retfw Times Ahead  Professor Swansea -Looks For Greater  Period Of Prosperity Than Ever  Saskatoon, Sask.���������Commenting on  the "better times are coming" inter-'  view with Roger W. Babson in New  York, Professor W. W. Swanson,  head of the department of economics  at the University of, Saskatchewan,  said that "Babson'was correct in his  been subscribed and when the bill  now before parliament to authorize  banks; loan, trust and insurance companies to investfin- the securities is  passed, no time would be lost in getting- the scheme under way.  STRICT ECONOMY  NEEDED FOR CNR.  SAYS MINISTER  Cattle ShiDS Needed  Winnipeg Member Suggests  Government Floaf- Loan JFor This   ;_  principle  of ths  bill.-      Canada had! Purpose  had a   disastrous    period    of    stock [     Ottawa, Ont.���������Floating of a nation-  g-aaabiing,    and    did    not    want    a [ai loan to provide funds to carry on  view that a gpreater period of pros-  period of lottery gambling. j unemployment relief works was sug-  gerity than the world has ever known  Senator      Lacasse      thought      S'r ;.gested in~the House of Commons, by  would follow- the emergence from the  W. WY "Kennedy CCons., "Winnipeg present depression."  South Centre). He urged the contin-i '"There cans "be so real recovery of  ua.__ce of the government's program , business until primary products, es-  ������f public works and as .sufficient! pecially farm products, have reached  money could not be obtained from t higher values. Business as a whole  revenue suggested a loan to .which , will depend for its recovery - funda-  the Canadian people themselves mentally on international financial  should be invited to subscribe. land    commercial * co-operation,"     he  A fair   test   of  the   feasibility    of  said.  the    Hudson    Bay    route    unencum-       "As "far as the  west is  concerned  For  Not    Enough    Ships    Available  Transport To Britain  London,. England.���������The question of  providing  shipping- facilities  for im-  Ottawa, Ont.���������-The motto of the  Canadian National Railways should  be "care, caution and proper economy," Hon. R. J. Manion, Minister of  Railways and Canals, informed" the  House off Commons. While denying  the charg-e that the government is  unfriendljr* to the Canadian National, the minister stressed the  need for careful examination of accounts, and the exercise of economy  in, the management of the system.  "I say that the statement that is  being foolishly made by some of the  press off the leader of the opposition  that i we are enemies off the Canadian :  National, is simply an untruth," Dr.  Manion warmly, declared. "Any mas  who is an enemy of the Canadian National rR-citiways is ztot a good Canadian, and therefore, as T canBM������r this  a .good Canadian government, and  that we are at least good Canadians,  we are not the enemies cfif the Canadian^ National but its friends, desirous of looking after Its best Interests."  While presenting: facts and figures  which indicated that the financial  position off.the government system is  such    that   the   greatest   care   and  George Foster's argument would  have been stronger ir applied to all  forms of gambling. Money lost i__  gambling would v not have gone to  charity. " He favored' the bill because it transferred further rights  to the provinces.  Senator Forke -was opposed to the  bill and seconded Sir George Foster's  motion for a  six  months' hoist.  He  sympathized  with  the  object of the , bered by excess've marine insurance  only a return of higher price levels  bill but not th_e method.  Senator Dandurand - felt the object  of the bill was a worthy one but did  not like the principle.  provision  of  pensions for  for wheat -will  start  the  process   of  S_X_<1   '    f__������_������������">-__-������"HT_������*'.      r\4*  Must Show Courage  Cd. Woods, Of Calgary, Sees Dawn  Of Better Times ForThis  Dominion  Victoria, B.C.���������Evidence of the  dawn of a greater prosperity than  Canada had  ever  known ��������� were  seen  rates,   the  the   blind    and    overhauling-  cf   the business  recovery.    Wheat will  tend  machinery   of  investigating  applica- to rise in price as the artificial sur-  tions   for   war   pensions   were   other pluses   are  disposed  of  but   the   de-  suggestibns thrown out by the Winni- cline in the yieldof wheat ha the west  peg member in his speech in the bud- this year .will seriously, retard recov-  get debate.  Fay Trikite To Heroes  ery.  School  Chi'dren Decorate Graves Of  Canadian Soldiers At Shorncliffe  Folkestone,  England.���������For  the  fif-  by J. H. Woods, of Calgary, president  teenth successive year, thousands of  of- the  Canadian  Chamber of  Com- j school .children gathered' to deck with j  merce. In many fields, chiefly in the   flowers the graves of Canadfan sol- |  healthy acceptance off the Canadian  dieys in Shorncliffe cemetery.  g Reply To   v  Note On Waterways  Washington   Looking   For  .Developments When Canadian Minister  Arrives .      ^  "Washington.���������The Ottawa  govern-  nA,.   _>������ n~������_j:--   ���������44.i_.   *_.   _~������_~~j       g-V-l. *.   v__    ^aUOUAOU    ������_���������<___-ftC     SA_������    *_T_. C7CH.    __>_!-  tain came up in the House of' Commons. A member said that in view  of the fact that large numbers of  cattle were held in Canada awaiting  shipment because there were not  .enough "ships available for transport  the president of the Board of Trade  should bring the matter to the notice  of shipowners who controlled shfps  lying idle in British ports.  G. M. Gillett, secretary to the overseas trade department, replied he was  informed shipowners were not satisfied that proposals ln regard to the  increased shipment of Canadian cattle  were such as to justify them in incurring the considerable extra expense needed to fit ships for this special trade. He understood, however,  that discussions were now taking  place hetween representatives of the  shipowners and the shippers on the  subject; -'.'��������� ..  economy Krust be practiced  ion's statement was not without a  ray of hope for the future of the railway. .... If the depression passes, if  unwise capital expenditures, are eliminated and costly changes are not carried out, and if economical management is brought into play "and if we  ai_d the . people of this country are  reasonable in their demands from the  National Railways and from the. government, I think within five years  there will be a very much more hopeful and cheerful picture," the minister said.  New Record For Hawks  Aviator Travels 200 Miles .Per Hour  Fwim London, England, To  Rome, Italy  Winnipeg k Visited  Bv CaterniSar Hague  m   .- fi_ ��������� KP  Insects Devour- YLeaves    ������_* ->���������-. Whole  GroviES   Off  Trees   -'.'������������������.���������  Winnipeg, Manitoba.���������With whole  groves of trees almost denuded of.  leaves, particularly in Kildonan Park,  and E-Imwood cemetery, Winnipeg is  suffering a severe visitation of the  caterpillar plague.  Millions of wriggling green insects,  have devoured countless leaves In pre-  Rome,   Italy;  Captain    Frank I P^ration for their pupa stage.  Conversion- loan, he -read foreword of  the ascendancy of the Dominion.  He urged upon his hearers the  necessity of showing courage, energy  and integrity in order to develop the  potentialities of the Dominion.  ment is expected shortly to reply to   Hawks landed here on a round trip j     The public parks board attempted  "While  we cannot  hear too much   the United States note, off last  Sep-   flight from I_ondon, England, complet- jto ^P**,oUt the vandals with arsenic  nor in too forc'ble terms of the sin   tember enqu?ring the attitude of the   jng the trip at an average speed of! of Iead> but.'*������ according    to    George  of war. on the other hand we cannot extoll   too   highly   the   heroism,  self-sacrifice and    devotion,    the   in-  i stinctive motives that urge the man-  administration of Premier R. B. Bennett to the proposed St. ' Lawrence  waterway enterprise. The impending arrival in Washington of Major  W. D. Herridge, Canadian minister to  Washington and brother-in-law of the  After outlining the aims of the hood of the day to face inevitable  Canadian chamber, Colonel Woods mutilation and death," said Mayor J.  spoke   of  the   success  of  its   recent, W. Stalner, of Folkestone, addressing   premier,  is being looked forward  to  ������������������������������������������������������-���������       by United States officials as presag  ing important developments.  delegation   to  Argentine and   Brazil,; the school children,  emphasizing    the    fact    that    those  countries were friendly to the Dominion and desired to enter into greater  trade relations with it.      With mar-  :    May Help Wheat Sales  Ottawa, Ont.���������^-The advance in the  percentage of foreign   wheat   to   be'  nearly 200 miles per hour. . | Champion, superintendent, the equip-  Captain Hawks made the flight in! ment and force available have proved  the record time of four hours and j insufficient to combat the hordes of  39 minutes. He found tlie weather j tlliv 3eafe destroyers,  fairly good all the way, but was surprised at his own speed.  Croydon, England.���������Capt. Frank  Hawks brought his fast monoplane  down on the field here, completing a  flight from Rome in five hours flat.  Want Full Inquiry  . _ ��������� Winnipeg,  Man.���������Full-.-inquiry into  kets lying fallow, he again impressed  pprtnitt^d ih flour in  France should  all circumstances In connection with  his hearers with the possibilities of  Canada In the future.  Sen Cadets Give Display  -Winnipeg, Man.���������Delegates to the  Increase Canada's wheat sales to that thc boarding by United states coast-  cbuhtry, said Hon, H. H. Stevens, guards of the "Josephine K.," on Jan-  Minister of   Trade   and    Commerce, uary 24, which resulted in the death  Earlier this year only 10 per cent, of of a Canadian sailor, will be urged on ! seized and held under the Securities  foreign    wheat    was    permitted    in the   Dominion   government by    the! Frauds Prevention Act, tlie court of  Must Surrender Books  . Victoria, B.C.���������The attorney-general of British Columbia must-surrender all books and papers of Sol lo way,  Mills and Company which have been  annual    convention     of    the     ISTavy ] Frerich flom*.vThte was subsequently j Navy League of Canada. '   This was ' appeal ruled.in final settlement of the  League of Canada attended In a body., increased to 25 per cent., and now to  decided in a resolution adopted at the f appeal of W. J. McGee versus Hon.  the annual assnult-at-arms of the  Winnipeg Ben Cadets. More than 100  cadets performed for the visitors.  Judges Included Admiral W. O. Story,  Lieut.-Commandor H. G. Naves, Brig.  T, V. Anderson and Col,. Q, H. Gillespie. -  Vancouver, B.C.���������Urging immediate construction of a railway connection between the Pacific Coa.it ancl  the Peace River primarily as nn emor-  gen'ey motion re of unemployment relief and equally as contributing permanent relief through colonization,  the executive of tho On-tp-the-Peacq  Association waited on Senator Gideon  Robertson, Federal Minister off Labor.  Windsor, Ont.���������Hon. .'G. Howard  Ferguson, Canada's HIrT. Commin-  eionor to Great Britain, will return  to Canada about August :L, It waa  otated at K.ng&vlllo, by Hon, Thomas  I.. Kennedy, Ontario Minister of AgH*  culture, He remains in tho Dominion  for about j_lx week.),, eald Col.  Kennedy.  W.    N.    U.    1QSKE  SO per cent.  annual convention hers^  t R. H. Pooley.  BRITISH SCULLEK'S SPOUTS MAN SHIM* REWARDED  Fanners Going North  Are Making Mistake  ;Xri recognition of his sportsmanship, Canadian rowing enthusiasts have presented a canon, to Jack Beresford,  Jr., who wart eliminated in the Diamond Sculls last year whon he waited until Joe Wright, Jr., had cleared a crab  Jwat after, the* start-of. ono of the heats, .loo Wright won the heat, but later waa defeated by the German entrant,  who, in turn waa defeated by Jack Gueat, winnor of the famed trophy. The. picture idiows the JBngllah ������cu������or and  two companion* having a try-out on the Thames at Putney. Left to Herht, .Tn.ole B^rosford, TcdThclpa, \vor_d'y  ViofwwyJoiial ak-tuujplon, und Bob Poarce, AuntraJlan champion now roproijcntln/i <_.ana<ii> i  Tlmberland       Soil       In       Northern  Suskatehewan     Usually     Bad  Says   Professor  SasHatoon, Sask.���������Farmers of the  drled-out south country who are moving to tlmberland regions of the north  are making a mistake. That is the  opEnlon of Professor A. H. Joel, head  of the soils department at the University of Saskatchewan.  Professor Joel, In an address before a Klwanls club luncheon meeting  here recently, aaid: "1 don't like to  see ilocks of people going north. Tlmberland soil la bad as a rule. If, however, thoy settle on black grassland  soil in amongst the timber they may  be alright,"  BDHcaped Injury In 'Plane Crash  Quesncl, B.C.���������Carrying supplies to  bin father and ^ompaninnFf pt Thud-  ad e Lake, in Liard mining district,  northern British Columbia, Toln Corliss, 22,, crashed "with his .'plane and  after 65 houra of hiking reached Tak-  ^a;,--^i^^^;Hifl''-.>lt^r ''eq.iilppcd- With  pontoons, fell ln 'the'forest when the  ongLnc stall ed at ��������� 4,000 feet. Both  wings were stripped off, ":  ,  Y i  Drop, In IBwveMue. F*������r May  Qttawn,    Ont.~-Canada*a    revenue  from customs and excise dwtio������ and  excise taxott for the month of May  vworp q!1,0,������78,883, as compared with  ljt2Srr. . 0,025 'for tho correpponding  jmonth lanl, year. Flguraa were ro������  leaned Tuesday by tho Dcp-krlt-i-.ttt *j������  Nntlonul Revenwa. THJfl   ������JK_h2������TOJ*.   KJHVIJSW  mif |*f%ur a a eras      _s"__Ta������__nr_fi__i  diuuiUHCilg AiicPiiiiJFi  Moving of Stock on or off Flats Wifnout  Permission of Omer is Prohibited  &__������-_���������*_.������_&_-  ������b___js.^������  ������ *e__ sviini  Anyone driving stock on or oft the flats  not belonging to iaaself ( without perr  mission of the owner, will be Uable for  any loss that may bs suffered. By orde-  of the board. Creston Valley Stockbreeders* Association, GEO. NICKEL.  Secretary.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  .  11.00 a.m.-WYNNDEL  2.30 p.m.���������CANYON.  7.S0 p.m.���������CRESTON.  ���������*��������� ��������� *���������   ���������*    ^-.if-    -*���������!���������*- r -* -���������*��������� ���������������������������*   A   m.M.������____.___.. __,__l  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  GO TO  ^V__S JLm.-___-***_* J__.   "������������������������������ *-    -���������  i MOTORS  ��������� __.���������-___ X������������P    AX.   *^JT Jm.'m.m^f  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round.  SERVICE as you want  it, when you want it, at  prices that are fair to all.  NEW  CHEVROLET  Models now on  display.  Hospital benefit dance under Legion  auspices in Exhibition Park pavilion,  Wednesday evening, July 1st.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd and Miss A. H.  Doyle were visitors to Spokane at the  end of the week, making the trip by  auto, and returning Sunday.  C������������r������t''"������ ^onno T^ai___    __wi_?__������ 4-1.__    l_������a/?c_-_.  ship of A. Erickson, is to ftarnish the  music for the dance at the community  hall at Wynndel this evening.  Preparatory service will be "held in St.  Stephen's Presbyterian Church on  Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Communion on Sabbath at 11 a.m  Mrs. J. Hulme  a������m������-A-1   n4>  +TtA. _n.wk.ft  of Watford, - Ontario,  of the week on a visit  with her brother, C. H. Hare, and will  prcbably remain for the summer.  Ted Staples was a Nelson visitor this  weekj leaving on 3_X������nd!_y to attend the  funeral of bis grandmother, Mrs.  Palmer, who passed away in that city on  Sunday  Miss Taylor of the local  Full  Gospel  Mission staff* Is at Kimberley this week,  where she ia in charge of the work in the.  absence of Pastor Story at conference at  Pentieton.  Rain halted Sunday's baseball game  with the Courthouse Nine of Spokane at  the end of the fifth inning at which time  Creaton was leading by a margin of 6tol.  A notable sale oi business property  was completed at the end of the week  when a couple of local merchants purchased the Bevan garage building at  present leased to J: D. Perdue. The sale  was negotiated by R. Walnisley.  If you are needing any household  effects of any sort do net miss thc  auction sale at the residence of Mrs.  Lillie on Saturday afternoon at 2  o'clock. Terms are cash, and the sale is  in charge of auctioneer Jas. Compton.  The C.P.R. summer time table goes  into effect on Sunday and fruit shippers  should note that the eastbound will  arrive 20 minutes, earlier than usual,  being due at Creston at 1.49, Erickson.  at 2.04,. and Wynndel at 1.27. The;  westbound will arrive three minutes!  earlier. '  FOR SALE���������-Leatherette upholstered  rocker, two Congoleum rugs, walnut  finish bedstead, springs and mattress;  walnut dresser, Winnipeg coufch (all  nearly new); Dining table and six chairs,  small tables,  heater,  violin   and   case,;  *f*���������_*_.$.   &������-������33fi-_H2      ^S_?-*e������V*������lV.        fmmrmfmtrmWmimt       llfflnatta  etc.   Apply    at   Presbyterian   Manse,  Creston.  five rounds held the visitors to two hits.  Earl C hrlstie is out of the game with a  sore foot and hts place at shortstop was  taken by Allen, who not only put up a  wonderful game on the defensive but  also cracked out a home run in the  fourth Innings into left field that its recorded as the longest drive ever made on  Creston grounds.  "������  Dr_ McKay, provincial .veterinary in-  Kpector, cf Vict  vi mi  was here on Thurs-  A n'm*  ������_4 t* jr  _������_-_������-  4 I  and amongst other work  inspected alt the dairies that supply  mtlk to the town. This ts the first  official inspection that has been made  and Dr. McKay has outlined improvements that must be made within 30  days. R. A. Comfort's dairy received an  eKcelleut report from the inspector. His  dairy herd, half of which are Jersey, were  *---,._.__ #_._.-.   _* J.X.       4.1 ��������� _.     S_ _1  iuuiiu a lire \ji vwu, biie   ������si|u i jjlucu i.   is   wcei  up  to  standard,   the  barn   clean   and  sanitary, well ventilated and well  drained. He waa given a-Class B  certificate* All. that is lachinff at Creston dairy is steam heating arid-had that  been installed a Grade A certificate  would have been issued.  Lutheran Church  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.  F. H. JACKSOiM  REAL ESTATE  V .ffa+.finoa ptft18f.1r-.c_._3.,  CRESTON.    B.C.  J^     m\-���������*^-^-*m     Sk     ___________________ >__._____. _.___._.___. _.____. __^ m .-ft f ^,|^fcw Siia^k ��������� __-_������_-li mSkmSk ��������� __k������A >_fr-___TI-_._i_-fc__i _IV__  i_0m  .A.A.4  Allan and Be^ty Speers and Margaret  Oreston Motors  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  m  11  "WmWmWWWW*l    *>*)*)'  ni,������iii������gi-.������<]lH3 ���������������������������������*������  Men's Rayon  Silk Underwear  and Skirts  Why suffer with the heat when  when you can buy Silks from 85c.  to $1.50 per garmeut. I have  placed in stock an assortment of  the latest shadesjand colors in  Men's Rayon Silk  Combinations  Men's Rayon Silk  Polo Shirts  Men's Rayon Silk Shorts  Men's Rayon Silk Hose  SOc. to 75c. & air  Creston baseball team wiii furnish the  big attraction at the Dominion Day  celebration at Kimberley on Wednesday  afternoon, when the locals meet the  Kimberley nine.  Cash revenues at Creston office of the  provincial police for May totalled $713.  of whieh $684 was for  motor  licenses.  ������. _. =._ .. i 3 * ���������___���������_.: i;-_--_.������������������_.     .....a  .p-* was. icicivcu iuf  uauiu^   iKruBi������t   a_u  there were no police court fines.  Mr. and Mrs. A. I_. Palmer were  Nelson visitors the f:re part of the week  attending the funeral of Alfs mother,  M rs. Jane N. Palmer, who passed away  on Sunday and was buried   Wednesday.  Creston orchestra will supply the  music for the Dominion Day dance  under Legion auspices on Wednesday  evening. The admission is $1 to gents,  and ladies 50 cents. Dancing at 9  o'clock  A lawn social under the auspices of  Christ Church Woman's Auxiliary will  be    held   at   Mrs.   Payne's  residence..  _-������_ :���������        __.: _.       ������___. a        *____ _.     ���������%njJV.  v_-o.__yu_i      SLretrt,    oavuruBj,   nunc    .__ii_u,  7.30 to 11 p.m.   Strawberries, ice cream,  home cooking.  Creston and District Women.s Institute had a fine attendance at the  annual dower show in .Trinity TJnited  Church hall on Saturday afternoon.  The intake from the tea and sale of  cooking was $S0.  tS-K  _j_--V  MOTOR  CAR  OWNERS!  Give Your Car a. Treat to a  PROPER GREASING  Wc  end where they were writing on the  examinations in piano playing as. set by  the Toronto Conservatory of Music.  Mrs. Speers accompanied them. The  two former are pupils of Mrs, Jenner,  and the latter is a pupil of Mrs. J. E  Johnston.  T S    ������W m-m-  Shoe Repairing  For prompt and satisfactory  service leave your work with  us.   Here are our prices:   Y  Men's Half Soles, nailed, $1.25  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  " sewn  I_adies' Half Soles, nailed,  " sewn  Men's Rubber Heets ...  Ladies'  (4  1.50  75  1.25  .50  .40  All Work Guaranteed  ���������  Am Mirsaheiii  Shoe and   Harness   Repairing  Students in Grade 11 of Greston high.  school commenced writing on the mid  summer examinations on Tuesday with'';  Miss Meldrum presiding and having?  charge of about 12 pupils. Students, in1  Grade 8, or entrance to high school'  commence writing this morning, in  charge of Miss Wade and all schools  east of Creston, with the exception of  Lister, are expected to have scholars  writing. Grade 8 exams, will also be;  held atY '..Wyiindel, with Principal"  Preaney of Alice Siding presiding.  A party of about 40 members of Creston Lodge Knights of Pythias were  motor visitors to Bonners Ferry on  Thursday evening^, for a joint session of  the local and Bonners Ferry lodges, at  which the degree team ol Creston lodge  conferred the third rank on .a class of six  candidates, five ^of whom were from  Bonners FerJy. A splendid banquet was  provided at the close.: of proceedings at  which Col. Mallandaine, Dr. Henderson,.  C. F. Armstrong and W. J. Truscott  were amongst the after dinner speakers.  Business has been fair|y brisk at Creston tourist camp so far this season*  total arrivals up; J-^^Sanday night accounting 'for 112,ears carrying 323  passengers. The^,first T-car^^feisv; 'year  arrived on Febfiiary __0tb.'4knd'fi_������?re was  another on the 27th, both frdtts Alberta.  The biggest day^B arrivals w,ere seven  cars, on JuneYlOth. Last year's j;he  best one-day showing was ten cars. So  far registerations are from prairie points^  with Alberta and" Siasketcliewan accounting for almost half the business.  So far 11 cars have registered from  United States points.  Creston baseball team showed reaB  championship form- in their game  against the Courthouse Nine of Spokane  on Sunday afternoon, leading by a.  margin of 5 to .. 1, when the heavy  thunderstorm halted proceedings at the  end of the fifth inning. Robinson .was  on the mound for the locals and in the  have now Installed an   air ot>efSt^d I_������AX_OR-A]_TK- CAR  GREASER, which develops up'to 6000 pounds pressure  and is capable of forcing grease into the hardest bearings.  Romano Bros. Service Station  Dealers in Shell Products.    Car Washing a Specialty  We aim to Satisfy.   Please Give us a Trial,  r  ,  m  V  m  "',r  m  m  w  w  L^w  "  .....  w  w  w  V  ^v  -w  ������  w  Farnriers **"* Kanchers  Now is the time to be 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 ill stock.  Our prices on Pipes and Fittings are the best  obtainable in this District; and we carry a largfe  *" stock Oft baud.  IN THE BLACKSMltH LINE WE CAN GIVE YOU  "   THE VERY BEST OF SERVICE _  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 tow-eld anything; for you at a much lower cost than to  buy new parts.  SrestofiDlacksiiiitli, PMing & Heating Go.  BOX 67,  mmmmA*mmm9mmA^Ammmm%Vm9mm%m*mm^AATmm  STEENSTRUP & REED  PHONE 36  ��������� A wA ��������� it> - A ��������� rthii rY - _Tka  ���������_4fe������_JbMajft-^Aa4_l_M-_hu-MA_iufl-������fcd-klh^^  NEW LOW PRBCE LEVELS  4n_l_Ai ^mA i ifc imA.iiA ���������____���������_-_! i #_w_ft 4_______-_uJL_fcJtfc_>_JL������<l>������ _>������������������_!_. i A*A-^A������A_U-k-_JkjuiL<^_k-M-t^-fcJk<MlK  1\ i_>_rl __L/ JL      m. Km*    *^M-jM\r.M-j  >  *  This is the time of year wlien meals have to  be prepared in a hurry and the practical  housewife will see to it that the pantry  shelves carry things that can be served on  short notice* Might we call attention to  a. fr*.*-- t-k.ck just to hand, which includes  Corned Beef, Tongue  Delicatessen, Chicken"  Herring in Tomato  Potted   Meats,    &c.  m  Prices on  level, but  all those lines are at a new low  the same high quality prevails.  Croston Valley Co-Operative Assn  wmm  T������������ Siorc-  Lt-Iun.uJK  .  mJ*jmmmi^J*mmmm%^JmV4*tmm*   -fc.i_._lt__.iA_- fa������<mmiM>mm.Ammm.m  iii iffc i -ffi.i * i fi** i fft ��������� -A r t*_ rf i^i i nAti r ifft ii_fr ir ���������A--irll>t i rVr Jk- A--r- A -���������*���������-���������*���������-���������* ^-^-r ^r  GRAND THEATRE    aD47  FBL-SATMdMlib"Zf  Stage and Screen  History  in America have produced many brilliant star  characters but none who  ' possesses that smart gaiety, and novel humor of  our merry  WILL ROGERS  in his latest  ma    Bwrn'mn������_BT_a___Hft4_nS   ~  Just his awellest role. Fox  Movietone's newest, adapted,  from George M. Gohan's  international hit by Owen  Davis, Sr.  Comedy.     Metratone News  Today, because of economic conditions,  you can buy more for your moneys than  you have been able  to do for years.  27 only DRESS LENGTHS  at Half Regular Price  consisting of Silks, Voiles,' Crepes, etc*  500 Yards  WASH PRINTS and GINGHAMS  at l&c* 20c. and 35c. per yard  400 Yards  PLAIN COLORED BROADCLOTH  \Kf*1m*f  1  iti-it*  in*?* r������j<i,rc!������r������'  ������->__-__-.____ Vay,___i  m3m  LADIES' HOUSE WASH FROCKS  $1.25 to $2*93  m  Do not fail to see thesfe) exceptional values,  A.  SPEERS  DryGoodSfGroceries.   PHONE 3    Furniture^Hardware

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