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'i i w~,  v-ol. xxv  CBES1IDK, Si;Ca,f FH1DAY, MAY 25,  1934  No. 9  iiim  Hi  Curfew ShaliNol  I*** * .f*     ' JL     ' ^  aiuug in creston z  Considerable Doubt as to Legal  Status of Such a By-Law���������  Reeve Sybssits* -OcntssiiivwS  Motion��������� Explains " Hid   Stand  To one not familiar with events that  transpired at the r^g-Qlar* May meeting of  the villagt^councilon the14th, which was  ���������adiournsd for on*? ^sselE . without eves  adopting the minutes of the April mee1>  ���������fag, there was little on the surface of  Monday nlght'e session to indicate that  a serious deadlock had prevailed in  transacting council business. _  At he ugjeniag -ex the session I-Ceeve  Jackson enquired of Councillors Murrell  rm^^^x%    ������** a,,ja.tf ������-,^T"b.     f "af   ai."la>**������   Mmmm 1-*    AJlm ��������� - *���������  KAmA^A    -W������Ma,V4 *"**    AM,    <V������JI*6^    UVIU    VUtr    'LHaVaLU'C      VWWS  as tb proeedute os at the meeting one  -week previous, and being ���������' assured th. y  ;bad not changed their, minds, the reeve  announced tha**- If ihey would submit  their sewer survey resolution in writing  he would be agreeable to placing it before the meeting. "The- reeve took' ad-  25 reet of a lot. on JUarton Avenue owneS  by the Lutheran Church. .The price is  $2,150 per foot, and with it the visage  wouln have an entrance onto "Barton  Avenue when Vancouver sti eet is r pened  through to the hospital.    *  Under the head of unfinished business  the previ&usly rejected MUrreiS-ComiOrt  resolution asking that the offer-of W. M.  Myers of Nelson to make a detailed survey of the village for sewers for $200 be  accepted was- read, and declared.carried.  ix.was agreed to spend about $200. on  a new walk on Fourth {street, from the  Mallandaine residence upstreet; A cer  taiitamouht of rock and -earth fill will be  made to get awayfroro putting in trestle I  work. At the -. Saturday mating the  council will confe*r with P.Romano in  connection with acquiring a ten-foot strip  along 333 foot frontage ior additional  widening of Canyon street.  Accounts passed for payment totalled  $373. Of this $58 was salary to bandy  man, and $47 for street lighting. During  the month 22 sew globes had to be in-  installed. To facilitate passing the  accounts each month Coun. Murrell was  named chairman of a finance committee  to. have these- certified * correct before  coming up at council. .;.  The local agent- of Dong Barney, who  own** the former Crpston Hotel site*  refuseg- to pay $30 for filling in old cesspool that-waa a menace -to health. As  no notice was served on .the owner, doubt  Sst*sKsW-iy'tt^:  "B8jr,*ft#i������*������i������*������4������*������i������'~  tj. J���������J(Bi ������ .'   <  - < Mill.':  r-   "���������   "SOI-  I   W0k Mkmi  --M. *   gw  meet success  Ten  ;<~  #  vantage of the moment^ to say that he, wa8 expressed.as.to collection being  had intended to give his. reasons ,at. th*  -first May. "meeting.for refusing to sub-"  mit the motion, but the meetine had  been adjQurapd ss abruptly that thai* was  impossible. Just before the meeting adjourned he mad a brief statement wlhicli  included a report of a? telephone conversation he had held with Robert Bawd,  inspector of municipalities, at Nelson,  on the strength of which he~ still felt  justified in the stand he had taken at the  en-   M. a  sew <**������**���������   w������fe  The council wiftViSieet in session Saturday to taka ac^ifi on the pfopneed curfew law.   0*f*a"-������fnall)y there wasS & letter  firrvro. flin mif-trnn.-,*r,c   ���������������������������1���������������- J-^i^A'____ jt  I rasys^^ivi ���������������������,$���������    ������Bsaa*������������Ba *s~ ������8Vj/aai Ktiacuai  *s*hjch BBade it Jock $*% if, such a by-law  was in order. Since then the town  solicitor. W. L. BelL had been consulted;  and a'letter was rea������������ fro**:*' ssks? *i*&ich  -made it quite e!esSKi"feo '-^Jag-feJ^^ ao?  ^ucfe authority,-" Tbo. io taho me&afcim^  3notber> letter wis to bat*3$ froWjVthe  attorney -^ener&'Wa&eba-rt-^^  '- first^owe?*?'?^ *Vie#^ lihe;d83U  ���������-. ^n^nlff vahdity^fthe suggeated Jhy\ daw.  , and^ther^M^iii^ibKng-" urgent, it ^a***  . agreed toTfa&ve - -a. s$s2ciai ^meeting. 7^  - *co*n*tteB"{-l-Soi"i%^  "''"'SNaiife*ia������8^  '^^J:XxV^^JicS.[.Jh*  faxmxAM ,  mr UU   OHM.'  , -ed^tt'Mja^TW������*^^  tary conditions were *Koing to be worse'  than    unfavorable.   Tlio^?e6iidit-ibn v-7$6f.  the7scfi'col7jtdile*^  withmorethan a few of the-cesspools  about town things7were?s67had "that it,  would {likely be neceE������ary to condemn  many of them and put it squarely up> to  the department -of health to take the  necessary action. The doctor waB quite  emphatic that if the health of the town  <atAa-'4-fx.'"ha'.'8B������<faa*na8au*|������uA n; oioimriaj; ������i������2*2~l "J?*S3  imperative������������������ond^tth;e? earliest possible  date.:.���������".-.:-, -;^.-^-'7? -...'? ?7".?77^ ?77:-7;: v7.?7-'   '���������-��������� ' '���������.'?",���������'.  W. B Martin and ;E;7 Pridham are to  be interviewed to see if their irrigation  pipes can be tappe to provide water for  a three-inch main to the swimming pool.  The town has a tentative offer of three  i nch pipe at"13 JV-3' cerits liiid ot| top of  the groutad.77 ??    :-% '".���������'"���������''' "-1'  The providing of a hitching post, as requested by the Stockbreeders" Associa-  ion, will be taken cars of by placing one  of them on the lane in the rear of the old  power hotiae. ThiB one, together with  one provided by the Creston Valley Co-  Operative store on their lot, is expected  to give all the accommodation required.  Goat Mountain Waterworks Company  will bo asked to team up with the village  in a monthly inspection of the various  hydrants. Mesara. Murrell and 0 ackaon  will investigate the purchase.of at least  forced, Goat Mountain Waterworks  Company notified of proposed pipe line  improvements on Canyon and "fourth  streets. -1-  ~ The Intermediate haseball club! was  awarded Exhibition Park Tuesday and  Friday nights for practices, and the  Knights of Pythias were given the use of  the grounds and the pavilion for Dominion Day and evening, provided they pay  the light bill and piano hire.  Provided he has the necessary license,  and wil- pay & yearly rental ol 25 cents,  the town will ipve Ale's. Mathesori permission to lay irrigation pipe line alone  the st-neet allowance from the Ed Gardiner corner. Later in the year the council .will take .up-the application of W. E7  Brown foca sidewalk on Vancouver street  to���������serve,f^w0.residential properties on the  east aide of tbat street. Harry Smith  wdU Tbe,advised that so long as he oper-  sApa'airautq truck catering for trade in  Tms^saHm^ ? --*-* *? -������s*^i^ia^^Toirf*^  s with ,159 Entrants  Cpm-pefce-r-Minnie and Marrf-  are������ Huscroft, Ray Humble,  Tom Tedford Show Class.  \* -"d. ^mmmmmmmmmm        i   r  The ahns^t track meet of he Creston  Valley Softools has now come to be the  most im^$ftht athletic event of the  year, $ fapt well borne out by the  attendaneeattheyfourth meet, held last  Priday at tlfB7Creston high school track.  "Bine -wea<n^r������* tremendously improved  grounds," lar**^ attendance, all conspired  to make cms annual field day. tbe mo t  successful to date. Ten schools and 159  individuali*'"Contested." '  Improved track conditions sent many  of last yjear'ajrrecords jnto the discard,  19 of theni being either broken or tied.  op the natrruw m*Tgm of 8 points Huscroft took theVrural schools champion  ship from Canyon, ? 57 to '54.- Minnie  and Ma-rgaret: Huscroft. retained their  Senior and Intermediate championships,  respectively; 'Vbut'new monarchs were  crowned in ; all other .divisions. A  three-way titt precluded the declairing of  a Junior JBoya' ��������� champion, pnil details  follow and wHere reci-rd br ken former  record shown,in brackets;  Rural Schools Competition "for Camp  Lister Trop]hy^-Huscroft 67, Canyon 54.  Erickson 20,. Wynndel 19, Arrow Creek  10. Lister. 9, Alice Siding 7. (Creston  Public School .67, Creston High  School  ^fm      iucin,viy������Hi   .wmh.vivi.tui  -%-������.r->r\*;i: ^ _  Indwidaat Af&feg****** '  Senior Boys; ?;Masonic Troohv���������Raymond Mumble, Creston High" School 21;  Peter-Heric," Srlekson* 14; Sam Nastasi,  Creston Public School. 6.  ton public school; * Charles Kolthammer,  ���������4f^**,*AAt*>trm.Vm -  .   -*h^*la*������4J-r A0AAA y , r ^  -*   B      * ������ ���������** ^ ���������*���������        S  Sensor Girts  ' 100 Yards; Hfgb School Athletic Asso-'  ciation Trophy^-Minriie Huscroft' Huscroft. 12 sec- (12.6); Margaret tiuscrofc,  Hnscroft; Nell Payne Creston H.S.  60 Yards���������Minnie Huscroft, 7,8 sees.;  Babs Spencer, Canyon;  , Margaret Hus-  erttit. ' "_      '   '       *    "       *    *  Broad Jump���������lVflnhite Huscroft, 13"*ft.  11 in.; Babs SpencerrNelllfayne. , - *  - High Jump���������Minnie Husctpft, 4 ft.  4H inches; Irene Bourdon, Creston high  school; Babs Spencer. ' ,  Intermediate Boy* -  '''Iio"w("Aig"29,  Sponsored by Women's Institute  .and Replace? P**������U Pair���������Apple  Blossom   Tea  Success���������Help  Solarium X-Ray Later.  mmr,m\ my-^r  fiaxj x anu-  t87!������_iJ  -8rrnucrva  ���������r������-.ia~    rm x__.  B.������f8 MTOCj    VICOWII,  publicF.26-8 sees .(JJ74); George Dodd,  Creston high; Irwin Nickel, Creston  public school.  100 Yards: Valley Teachers'Trophy���������  George uodd, Ii,6sec. (li.Sj; romied-  ford, Canyon; Bruce Niblow, Creston  high scnool.  Broad Jump���������Lawrence Leadbetter,  Erickson, 14 ft. 9 in.; Tom Tedford.Caa-  yon; Bill Husband, CresKon^  High Jump���������Bill Husband 4 ft. ? in.  (4 ft. 4^ in.); Tom Tedford, Jack Bothamley, Canyrn.  Pole Vault: Board of Trade Trophy-  Tom Tedford, 7 ft. &M in. (7 ft. 2 in.);  Francis Bourdop.Creston; Bill Husband.  r_* ���������������_*-  ax, ������_ .  anaerniaBiaie uiim.  ^'rr~^*r^-.  0nder theaqspiceabf Creston and  District Wonien's Institute ati the  ,   '���������;���������-, i:....,,.',���������.,,   ���������,;���������,,���������':'.'-.   I-,������������������'.'���������:  ' :]��������� .y'   ���������      ' ���������   .7-   ?"  .   Residence of MRS. E.   :  i       MALLANDAINE  -vj j *^  patient at' Crestoh  .?7?FS^7(^e3*bo^s;-?-3t:-  hospital. 77!;77V'7'7 ??....  7-;-: James :S.?Wifeon:?was a;'bus::  ���������a^C^toa^^^Sat-ardayV 7^??^;v^.?7>7 7?77:?  ?Carl *"a^<liraBeili:7|8jirra8'-':'B business visitor at  Creston during the "week.  ?   V  ���������-���������-���������" ijk car forbore:haa been? apottedTat-: Atbara for the Canadian Smelters Limited,  of Sanca. -?,7. . ;.; ;u;,-?'.-':?,?,"."-7:.->?-;  C. H. Robinson,7fishery  Nelson,  spent some time  Thursday.  inspector, of  at Atbara on  ..ffllft1   '���������fwoKailri-W^ari-sas   Ivt^aa^      .^a.  Smm    ������ J-  %SmAkl   ���������������*   A.*m**\*<:  on  3.00 to ������.00 p.m.   ',-7'    7' :���������������������������'���������- 'V'. '���������     '..."���������   \  mtiHYHQDY WEL.COMKI  the weekend at Slough bridge, but catches  were under average. 7 -  Robert Maxwell of Creston left here in  his motor launch with a fishing Jparty for  Canyon Creek on Sunday. ?  Robin Taylor of Twin Bays was tf  Creston visitor on Thursday. His brother, Jimmy, Kas left for the Cariboo.  Mr. Tucker, who has taken over the  management of the Lodge at Kuskanook  has been busy putting up mile signs..be-,  tween that point and Sirdar.  Bob Stewart whn waB recently 'operated upon for appendicitis at the St Eu-  Sene hospital/ Cranbrook,  has returned  ome feeling very much bettor,'.?..-,.;y\.  Mr. and Mrs. John Harlow of. Nelson  and little daughter, Alice Mae, spent the  weekend bt the home of the IntterV parents, Mr.1 and Mro, James 8. WilBon.  Mlaa Owen Wilson left for Nolson at  the end of the week where she will be the  guest of her bVothor-irt-law and Bister,'  Mr, and Mrs John Harlow, for tho next  two or three weolca. ,',7 .7  ,7? ;���������-.,, 7" ���������' ���������-''  Joe Koliihah. who haa been a patient in  St. Eugenohospital. Cranbrook, for aome  time returned to. his home thiB wook,  much Improved, but tt will he some time  before he will bo lible to resume Wb work..  The- wiiter a������ indicotedby guugo nt  Slough Ui'id^o, Atbuin, ruuUti 1G.8, u riuo  of 0.45 for, uhe week;, Tho water is quite  door now and would Indlcatd the approach  to;a,cohBbt5ont foil; provided ah: exceipt-  Ionally hot awoll id hot eneotintorod.  A aofthnll game waa played here l?et-  woon tho older rollof men and tho Sirdar  boys, tho iroHof merrt boIhgTpn the long  end of .a Bearer 15-10. On Tueadtty the  Creston liijjh ochOol hoyo played tholo&til  tdaiti, the resu'tbeiiig l*n favor of the local  boys  Air. Puimur, road loroman, was 0 ��������� bu������-  Inoaw Vlmltor hero onMonday .starting out  numerout- men on road iiuihicing and in  connaquoncortho roiidn hMwoonhore and  CroBton aro showing n groat Improvement  and w|U bo welcomed by aUmotoHut^.  A caimipreaaor hao now arrlvod to deal  with trw hoayy rock work wpst Of Slrd*sr  and will he in operation in 11 fow dnyo.  "*eachers*  ucii.ui  xJrmita. . VW9I.UIJ1- Vttliey  Association -Trof&y���������Minnie  Huscroft,  TXtxiimmmJ*     OA.'.    roJiX.Z. ������*���������i. fx. PT.  mamxtm^Mmnmx   UU,,.   AMWEB B^IRJUVCi",   XjUliyUll,    I  ,  Margaret Huscro|t, Huscroft, 4.    > -:;, -.  ..^_. k     fotdrNDanyo-n;.-14;.  "GeorgeTDodd. -.e-ri^ton" High School, B5:  Bruce/rNiblow, rCreston- High.rand Bill  EtifebaTid, Creston public, 7.  ?7ln������e?raediate GiHsc KnjghtsorPjrtbJas  T-fwIiy^Marg^^  ^4;7^ab������Spenceiv Gaity-fti*, IQi -TGladyi--  :.M������^������Hoch;;H-iM*eroft}8i  Junior Boys fno champion declared)���������^  Carl ?-Nygaard/Cany oh; Raymond McKee, Lister; 'Bud Wightman, Crestoh. 5  *eac7w.7?',7??      r -?! v-tV'-:'' rr' 7'7?-7",?.v..7-r.;'.  Junior Girl?:  100 Yards: Valley Teachers' Trophy���������  Gladys McCulloch. Huscroft, 12 4 sec.  (13.0); Ma-garet Huscroft, Huscroft."  Jesfeie Spratt, Creston.  60 Yards���������Margaret Huscroft. 7.8 sec;  Gladys McCnlloch, Edith Johnston,  Creston. ^ t.  Broad Jump���������Babs Spencer, CanyotiH  13 ft. 2 in.; Margaret Huscroft; < Leona*  Heric, Erickson.  High jump���������Babs Spence, Canyon, 4  ft -1< in. (tied old record); Ruth Davis,  Creston;   Margaret Huscroft,  v - . ������.  tmmimmm -���������������������11->  IR   xrartla���������  10  Powersu.,  Huscroft.  Tmck Association Tro-  Ruby Palmei-VCreston, 10; ?-Aloha  Bohmer, 7Arrow Creek 6; ^ Nita Heric,  Erickson, 4.       7??7?.;' :.:r.777;7���������.���������.??-.V---??'::  Senior Boy*   :   ,,-'?'7??v y'Vr'vJ\V7   '? '���������-?"'.;..;:  440 Yards���������Peter Heric, Erickson. 60.2  ^ec.;   GeorgeJDbdd; Creston high; - Des-  "������������"���������   * 8 aaovuvi/, WICBIUU   PUUUC SCIKIOI.  ' '"f   t ���������.!.'';}."..  ���������!'I?-'..'-        '   "     ' *' ,..',.  sec  220 Yards���������Pete>;R0ficrErfck-^ri, 26.6  ci (25 8); Sam Nastaai, Creaton7-ublic;  Bymond Humble, Crestoh high school.  Raymond Humble, Creston high school.  'roph     ~  Humble, Creston 7high,711.2 sec J114),  100 Yards, Legion Trophy���������Raymond  ;**.  vmond ' M*1C������5������������.   TJitterJ  ���������saiSi  tmm'Jtml&mf&kB &&ti^y$i3;ii&*rl ������*fi������  DoiJa^aHi^Alice. Siding; A. Botfaattilfiy,  Caiiyon.        * -"- --*. ^-- *--'-  ,. BS?h7iuvmp-rCarl .Nygaard, Canyon,  '0iLifcym fa.<$to;{^IJiam); Charlea Kolt-  qammer,   Ca**^*^;7Bert TedWrd; "Can-  fyCT:7V-.^-v^7?^?''?!V7--;"?;;';i .^..^,.. .-  ^lfeMgHey?GJr& ? ? 77??  V 50 yards���������Aloha Bohmer, Arrow Creek,  "7 scc^-X7,2); Joan"Smith, Alice Siding;  Nita Herica Erickson.  Broad jump���������Huby  12 ft. 8 in.; Nifca Heric,  Speaker, Erickson.  7High jump-^Ruby   Palmer,  ft.  7 in.; Lorraine Olivier,  - Wednesday, August 29th, is the tentative date for wynndel flower show  which, thisyoar,will replace the usual  iess, fair.* i nis was agreed upon at the  May meeting of the Institute which was  held on Tuesday last at the hall, with  the presfdentrMrs- Vic Johnson, in the  chair*        " '\ "*"**  After the.-minutes of the April meeting  Had been read and adopted^ a vote of  thanks was tendered Mrs. Paul Hagen  for the use ol tier house and premise-;  and her helojat the apple blossom tea.  It was decided, to withdraw the June  meeting as" the strawberry movement  will be? heavy at that time. Mrs. Eakin,  who is at tho head of the flower-show  prize list committee, reported considerable success'in obtaining prizes for the  *asW/S������%*   a>la>*������a>   m**A+%m.  OUU-fcT      wfmStXmmm   JL������^-J*������* <-  A danc- daring the berry season was  discussed, but final decision was' against  one at that time but- one will be staged  later"in the summer. . Report of -visiting  thesick and of flowers sent patients in  Creston .hospital was made'by Mrs.  Wali. - >  The correspondence included a letter  from Creston hospitol acknowledging  receipt of $10 "for awning*.*.- There was a  letter from the Solarium -asking for help  in .the Tsurehase sf;as- "SL-rayr.. and the  je$cretary waa instruct*3dlto write, stating  ;a-* contribution might be "expaSetod at a  later date. *' Houston '��������� & Company of  Toronto wrote regarding rug -making and  tne booklets were distributed    ,..  A letter of rondolence will be sent  Mrs. P. C. Robeson of Nelson, a former  president of tmff institue." on the-t loss of  her father -sgho^e deajh-.recentSy occurred  hixst^a^c,t*i't   >*'    ^-1^   -->J,  A,������napi-arfromr-one of rare. McClung s  ���������   - ���������=*-   ���������  ���������>   "   * sVlftdies?, aid  Andestad  'an^waa.much enjoyed.   The..teahost-  ess^wefe.Mrt^Clark, Mrs7Wood, Mrs  Dunseath abd^Mra. R. Aiidestad. -  T>������.1-   x caaaaiea ,  8->i8:aiiBiaa,  Erickson; Olive  Creston,  Creston;  Tuesday last at the shower tendered Miss  Athena Schade.        *.,,.: ���������  Porcy, of B05--  with Wynndel  Mrs. Maekie -and son;  well, were auto   visitors-  friends last, week.  C. B. Twigg, district. agriculturist, of  Creston, has been here checking up the  ^������*���������r *������Cs*?Sj**e  -l^.���������J.-.JI  Sam Nastasi,Crestbn public school; Peter  Heric, Erickson.  7 Broad Jump���������Raymond Humble, Creaton high school, 16 ft. 7y&; Peter Heric  Erickson; Jim Downra, Creston high  school." .* '77-',7'':?.' '";  High Jump-iRaymond Humble, Cres"  ton high, 4ft. irin (Aft 7in.); Jim  DOwnes.^Cre-iton high school; Tom Tedford, Canyon. ,r:ti.������������������:.-.) j\.  1   Pole Vault-���������Raymond Humble, Creston higli, 7 ft. 11; Fran ei8Bourdon,C res-  JUST ARRIVED!  Carload of  hTm wim (gS"^i_7 fi^ijrii Q I  Call, and let us give  yomt  of ridm-   in   the  NEW 1934  .,'..       ������*tJJG'mrmVmmr.W   K"**  upder 10���������Nick  8 sec; Ira Olson,  McDougali,    Alice  under    10���������Louise  3  Olive Speaker, Erickson.  Smmisiinl -Ka'mmta ���������  "- 50 yards. Boys under. 11���������Nick  Markin, Wynndel, 7 sec (7.4); Ira  Olson, Canyon; Kenneth French, Ores-  ton,.'77???77?,-?.?..', ;.'���������;������������������'. 7"    -7?  5o yards. Girls under 11��������� Josie Sakata*  Huscroft,; 7.4  sec.   (tied sold    record) S\  Barbara    LaPointe,    Huscroft;   Isobel  Hagen, Wyjrindel.  50     yards.   Boys  Markin.   Wynndel,  Canyon;    Robert  Siding;.     -  60    yards;    Girls  Butterfield,Wynndel,'7.4 sec. (7.8); Jean  Pridham,   Creston;    Margaret Sinclair.  Lister.-V;?7''?,??-7 7"-7'   ' "<   - ���������'_ '-;;-,-?������������������  50 yards, Boys under 9���������Byron Wilts������.  Arrow Creek, 7.4 sec. (7.8); Donald  Benedetti j Wynndel; Fred Hurack,  CrestOn...,.;" .  Vv ...  50 yards. Girls uder 9���������Nellie Huscroft, Huscroft,, 7.4 aec. (8) ;.V Ethel  Hendren, Croston*; Doris Gabelhei,  Crestoh.. "7 *   77.7 -7  Baseball throw-r-'Kerineth French,  Creston. 147 ft;; Robert Hale, Canyon;  M. Huchla k, Canyoii.  The Creston VpiUey -Schools Athletic  Asssciation wiBh to take this opportunity  of thanking all. tlidso who, oi her by  supplying their sorvices or by loaning  oquipmont, helped to make the meet a  BUCCCH8.   ;,.��������� 1   .  '-..  CRESTON  Mrn. T.'Dunsnnlbh" wan an auto visitor  to Bonners Forry loot woclc.  ��������� ���������'���������,..... 1 jj��������� ���������      j���������    '-.��������������������������������������������� .    '.   '���������,..-���������  Wy*tndol aoftball team trimmed B011-  well rtt Sl'rda'r oh Sunday by a **cor<*-21~l.  .Wd, Hulmo bus gono to CrcMton to ro-  oumo hia position with Long, Allan&Lonp*,,  Limited.  The Juno liWfltina of tho Ladioa' Aid  haa boon cancollod duo to tho strawberry  Bhlpplng runh. 7  Mian M. Harrop'. principal of .Wyntidal  school, wub ut hor homo in Harrop at tho  w"okond,:'-  Mlsn Flo Wood wan at Croston    no  Work is in ^progress on the main line of  the i rigation Bystem, giving it protection against possible fires.  T.VSulem is the first to report ripe  strawberries. He gathered about a nint  of them on Tuesday, 16th. ">���������... ���������'  Miss Mary Abbott was one of the prizes  winners in a contest sponsoted by the  Nelson Daily,News in it8"Between-You-  and-Me" feature.  An electric storm .hit this district Saturday evening bringing a very welcome  rain Monday morning two degrees of  frost was registered here.  School was cloBtjd on Friday to allow  the btudents to attend the track meet in  CreatOn. A truck from town transported  tho children in both directions. Louise  Butterfield, Nick Markin. frobel Hagen,  Donald,Benedetti were prize winners.  In the absence of Pastor- Walker at  Vancouver the United Church service on  Sunday morning was in charge of the  United Young People's of Creaton The  oddrpss, "Probleme of the Young People  of Today," waa gi'von by J. A. Avery.  ���������'������������������; ���������,  'Of. all '  %mWO ���������m S  1 ^S^*r*** l   ^^SHIr.    ,. ^eSm     h   f^mm***    ^*S**W  ���������'���������'  :'CAN-BK;$'EEN AT'  ���������  v/;RESIBENOE;  Cor.  ; Vancouver - Mt.   and  Barton A v������..Oi-6Btoo,  .;,.,   AFTEfi JUNE'. 1st..'  .'.  lllali^ ^MODB  ������/��������� tut* r/mJrCM\ltJf TaMM ni-a-iiTTTB '������������������   ' ' S^eSmrSm^L^^^^ V-aOait   '"7,;- . Watt *.!''/'", v '"' '��������� ' ':i -j ���������;'.*      '���������>���������} '���������?','���������'..'���������':' V"'.'''.'?' 7*  ."'." '[���������'.���������]/-.-'.; !*.'-!���������;*:'���������: '���������'.''j ;'"*/��������� ''*': /:��������� [���������.%~A'&:- i H^'-vf -'*'-'''���������"'-' '''-V-;:** '^;;?;. ':.-'���������;���������'���������''! 7/ -7; i..71,"i";*-'.Uv'.- ��������� /. V;'-,. -'-'J' ?..r'.7Vr-V;7 . :.,.-;7'-J_V-' >7'7 7-" ���������'���������/?7-.-7-i7 7%;';7";,*''^J;  ���������ESJTvliffi^  :.','",:.7(.v*ilj|  -v^c'-.;?"  ������est^>-"Ybu ������**<������ Safey Too  'I  its *fragrant lather se*-r^hes7r;cie-sris-j*  BSW.  Agricultural Notes  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  NatLaU F. Gropper, Saskatoon,  won the prize for tbe highest stand-  tog in second year dentistry at McGill University, it was announced.  Leon Trotzky has shaved off his  famous beard and moustache to conceal bis identity as he wanders about  Europe seeking a new refuge, it was  reported.  Winnipeg health authorities were  seeking to stamp out a widespread  but mild epidemic of measles. Altogether between Jan. 1 and May 12 a  total of 4,695 cases have been reported.  Thc House of Lords approved in  third reading the bill forbidding  rodeos. The measure, which had already passed through, the commons,  was designed to protect animals  ���������"from unnecessary suffering.  Japan's first official move in the  trade deadlock witb, the United Kingdom -was an effort to Induce the  London government to modify tbe  restrictions recently placed on imports from Japan.  Dr. Stewart Raebura Kirk, assist-  ���������_.. * ._. Sfe   :___*_-__.  ���������*.   +1.^.   "tt^.4_ I ^   &U.L   pXTJiCi^PJl    VM.   &*ZXJ.*J&2T    ������������,������.    UJt    xjmmma- j   *Amm.m.        amm.m~~.        mx,m        m���������.a~.- a       mm*.  mmm.Mmj mmxJMLMcm XJ/%. .*MMr*Jxxx.m M.XM JB.UW  Western farmer  There are 680 genera of seed plants  occurring within the Dominion of  Canada.  The only broad-leaved evergreen  tree in Canada is the Madrona. It  is & small tree with thick, leathery  leaves and*" is found in the coast region of British Columbia.  The sales of >branded beef in Canada for* the "Srst three months of 1934  totalled 8,609,43*3. lbs., an Increase of  1,146,255 lbs. on the corresponding  period of last year.  The disagreeable odour of the  Canadian skunk cabbage is believed  to be for the purpose of attracting'  carrion flies and thus securing pollination.  Por the first three months of 1934,  hogs graded in Canada showed an  increase of 17,762 head over thc corresponding three months of last year,  namely, 835,358 in 1934; *"U7,56<"f in  1933.  Plantings of potatoes in Canada in  1933 increased one per cent., namely,  527,700 acres as compared with 521,-  500 acres i������ 1932. while the average  yield was 78 cwt, r.~? ������ere as against  76 cwt. per acre in the previous  year. '  mn  ;SETEi  g*ej- *******] *���������*&*���������  Di-tWBfflErS POWDER  Would you like, false teeth to fit so  On 1-:- a.*^-��������� * ,  V JB>8������8J8������1XMWF  ,!__*.���������  ..   __    rtably theyieeinaturas  ���������eat, shout, laukh���������all day long you  can forget about them. Simply sprinkle  ��������� on Dr.^Vemet'a Powder���������proeorlbed by  world's' foremost dentists���������the ono  powde^ithat aaeures 100% secure  ^^mtmSii^^^^iCtML^^B^lruF^-sss^  fot-t-oOftbioii protecto'<������n������tive?EuniaT-������  alwdya keeps mouth clean and eanitr.ry*  Incspe*3sive~any idruggist.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MAY 27  -  THC LAST JUDGMENT  Wninipeg Newspaper Union  mm*^m*^^*m**mmAi*AA \*m ,  T'sS-K-a   af**Qiri.f������Jf:l5ov8v   vi#-.*r* ���������������*-������-t-*\   r*w+tf.Y*  -m9***-4*   "I OJIJ4  ���������aVAAVr      ^f*m4m*.A%m*m.J.-%mAAA     V-Vt,M������������*      Xxmm,mm������a      m,A*Am        ^Ammm^-mWf  versity of Manitoba, died at Winni-  itao- sf ter s. T>rotrs.cted  illness*     He'  Was 35 years old and was a native  of St. Andrews, Scotland.  The United States department of  commerce issued statistics showing  the value of foreign liquors "held in  bond warehouses to "have increased  from less than '">^OO0,������O*"-^"D6e. 31 to  almost $19,000,000 at the end of  March.  . If Canadian' and United States  Wheat crops are reduced by one-third  bv the recent dust storms, it will be  a "godsend," said Hon. Earl Vroo-  man, former assistant secretary of  agriculture in the Wilson cabinet of  the United States, in an interview at  Toronto.  . Citing the rapid decline in the  number of cases of tuberculosis in  Saskatchewan, Dr��������� R. S. Ferguson,  superintendent of Saskatchewan sani-  toria, expressed the opinion that  within the next ten years the disease will practically , nave vanished  from the province.  Donald Cameron McGavin, third  year arts student at United Colleges,  Is winner of the governor-general's  gold medal for general proficiency in  the faculty of arts 'and science at  the University of Manitoba. He is  the son of Dr. and Mrs. A. McGavin,  Carman, Man.  By Ruth Rogers  **ii&zMik*ntxis>ix.  ^Y>"  Destroying More Coffee  Armando Vidal, president of the  Brazilian National Coffee Department, estimated that Brazil's coffee  crop for 1934-35 woudl be 8,000,000  bags, while the carry-over would be  2,000,000 bags. The amount of coffee destroyed to date ha3 been 27,-  156,000 bags. It is planned to destroy  ������,570,000 bags more on June 30.  The dahlia should not be planted  until nil danger from frost Is over.  FRETFUi^  according to the. Markets Eixtenslon  Division of the "Dominion Department  of Agriculture, is estimated by the  Bureau of Statistics at 41,296,000  cwt,, an increase of 5 per centVover  the 1932 production of 39,416,000  cwt. ������������������ ��������� -'" ?' 7' "        ��������� ��������� . 7?  The problems confronting the  cheese industry in Quebec are quite  similar to those in Ontario. In botli  provinces, declining volume of output has had a tendency to raise production costs per unit of product  manufacture.���������The Economic Annalr  isi-  The minimum temperature reached in winter in Canada is of great  importance in determining the distribution of plants, more particularly in the case of shrubs and trees.  Herbaceous plants are of ten protect-  EdTfrbm tho-effects of severe; cold by  a covering of show.���������-Division o"*7  Botany, Dominion Department of  Agriculture.  In the shipments of livestock from  Western to Eastern Canada during  the .first three months of 1934, cattle,  calves, and sheep showed an increase,  and hogs a decrease, compared with  the corresponding period of last year,  figures for the latter being within  brackets:���������cattle, 21,188 (7,642);  calves, 148 (19.X; sheep, 31,215 (26,-  140); and hogs 66,367  (93,366).  The inclusion of rough unsuitable  types in the majority of the cattle  shipments to the United Kingdom "in  1933,    eaptsulu-ily     during'     tlie'   BcoaOu  when grass-fed cattle were loaded,  was disappointing, writes the Canadian animal products trade commissioner in Great Britain, and it is injurious to the reputation of Canadian cattle as a whole. Only the  right kind of cattle should be loaded  for export. .  The European apple sucker was  first discovered in Canada ot Wolf-  vllle, N.S., in 1919, and since that  time haa spread generally through-1  out Western Nova Scotia, as well as  to the eastern section of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. To  prevent further extension' of this  pest, a quarantine has been maintained on the known infested counties. This means that fruit growers  ln New Brunswick located outside of  the counties of Westmoreland, Albert, King's, and St. John, may.^not  procure any of the host plants from  these counties, or from tho provinces  of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward  Island.  a^l/aVtAiWMtaA       T*b**"*V   ������>svi   -  r%A m  m*a-*.A    ;  Golden Test: "We must -all be  made manifest before the judgmentr  ������eat of Christ."    n Corinthians 5:10.  "Lessonr  Matthew 25:31-46.  _   Devotional Reading:. Psalm 86:1-7.  "Explanations And Comments .   .  \ The Judgment,, verses 31-33.' When  the Son of man. shall come in his  glory,���������thus Jesus begins his parablo  rxP   Ttxtx' Ta������rt������f**������j������v.*-  w������,     M.*.^r    ... ... .^mm^mmm.  SO; 25:6, 19.  At the Last Judgment, so 'Jesus'  parable declares, he~ himself will sit  on ihe throne of judgment, and before hiin will be met all the .rations,  and he will separate them as the  shepherd separates sheep from goats,  putting tne rignteous on bis right  hand and the unrighteous on his left.  "You can fancy what was in the  "Master's mind when he said he would  part folk, a day coming, 'as the shepherd separate th the sheep from the  goats.' 'Tis a passing fine way, you  see, ol picturing- what no man of us  can explain, try as we will. Ah, they  are a- iac&dy and quarrelsome stocn,  the&o goats. Climbing everywherer-  why, sirs, they are like selfishness oq  legs! All day the shepherd must ward  ht3 sheep trom them, as well as ne  can, and -when folding-time comes he  must make sure of shutting them off  -f ���������>%������       -KVIjO,       tf-Srf%TfV������*V8i^*'rBi       ttrrtfi 1 A mmxaX        *VWa*a a*. *������  ~Z������m. *~_ mmmm.mm.~mmmAmmm. va   ���������****-*-a mmmxAAkM, ������M3������*������������| A  take it, is like the judgment. Goat  nature must be parted from kindly  folk���������so my thoughts often tun, here  where goats are on the hills." (William Allen Knight).. .   .  Service for Others is- Service for  Christ, verses 34-40. "To those on his  right hand the Judge will say, "Come,  ye blessed of my father, inherit tlie  Kingdom prepared for you from, the  foundation of the world."  The Fate ot the Unrighteous,  -verses 41-46. To those on tne left  hand, the "unrighteous, the King will  say. "'Depart from me, ye cursed, into  the eternal fire which is prepared for  the devil and his angels." The -word  for "hell" is "'Gehenna." Gehenna  was a field outside the city walls of  ..J CJ XM^VXMCMMM.       8.1,        V������ UJ.ls.lJ.       tUV       M.^M.XAO^       AMU  garbage of the city were carried and  there burned.  tmd. ���������������������������Raw** aaa-a U:p$<g$-:  5       HERE ARE THE SIGNS:   ,  S f  ;' N���������������?s-csses3 ' Frequent HeedacSs** ix  i: Neuralgi* -- "      Feeling of Wesdcnesa   t'  I ladlfiBatlon . ^*Sbe������pl������Mne������-i -- -- \^  <f\ IjOss oi Appetite  -*nfosxtb- Aci&ixV        ���������    ������ ^  S tfaueea- ** "*��������� *-  Sour Stovomda ���������  3  Auta-tatostca-tSoa, -  *a  s  t  ���������WHAT TO BO FOR BT*t  TAKS������������������2 tesspoonaiiis ef  Phillips' Milk of Mag-'  nesi* in A elaa-* of v*������t<-r  every mprnme when you  ������r������t up. Take another  Fesspoonful SO minutes  after eating. And another  before you so to bed.  OR���������'Take    the    new  Dk*.tRn.> nasn. ���������Jf ������.������-���������������������������:-  - Tablets ^"oim'iabSi "far  each teaspoonful as directed above.  m *  m .  m x  ��������� .  a t  3 '  Iff you have Acid Stomach, don't-  worry about it. Follow the simple-  directions given above.' This small  dosage oi Phillips'* Ivliik of Magnesia  acts at* once to neutralize the acida-  that cause headache, stomach pains.  and other distress. Try it. You'lL.  feel like a new person.  But���������be careful you get genuine-  Phillips*    Milk   of    Magnesia,    or- ���������  Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets  ���������W*l> f-xWA mws^m*        %Amm  Little- Jourii^s Is Science  m  ������������������������*���������     J-  "������������u   auu   xfXfXm   sa������G9������.  ALSO IN TABLET FORM  Each tiny tablet is tha  equivalent of a teaspoonful  cf Genuine Phillips*, Milk  of Magnesia.  MAM INCAHM9A -  Phillips' Milk of jMagnesia  SPRINGTIME MtlNT���������-AN KXCE2L-  *LENT MODSJJL   ;  With splendid aids towards slsnder-  ness and length.  A model of smart simplicity is  this charsning dress for casual day  wear. What more, it is a style exceedingly becoming to figures no  longer slim. For this season, the  matron as well as the younger woman will be suited by it.  It is delightfully? easy to fashion.  1 "KTaT. ****        *.W^rw WT*aU{aVaf>k7'     *k<k*������kw*k*%[   '    cHlll**        Wv������vlvt|-  with crisp white organdie finishing  the neck, made the original model..  It can have short sleeves, and is  lovely carried out in cotton prints,  tub silks, etc., for summer.  Style No. 68<1 is designed In sizes  36, 38, 40, 42,. 44, 46 and 48 inches  bust.  Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39-  lnch material with *J4 yard of 35-  inch contrasting.  IPrice of pattern 20 cents in stamps  or coin (coin is preferred). Wrap  coin carefully.     **  Qu>  fe-te^/  "U my throo baby boy������ woro reBt-  lcao with colic or peevish from their  tenth T fjavo thnm a Baby'o Own  Tablet niul thoy woro hooii aelflnp,"*  Buys Mrs. T. Twoedy, 476 Millwood ltd., Toronto. Thcoo pwoot  little tablet b rcmovo tho onuno of  fretfulnt'HH und tho ohihl iKicomoii  lmppy iind vhM again. All thn com-  mmi  allmnntH vf^ littlo folk  ate  i"������rO"fBi'1������-.,y ijiiii iij-jji.,// nitiaiDuiru WJlin  Dr. WHliamu' Uiiby'HOwn Tablets,  Pi'leo 2fio (it your diiiuui-it'o.    18a  Dr.Williamf  m  How To Order Pattetm  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  -     175 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg ������  Pattern No.  Namo      Size.  '���������..*...,.**..  Town  '*.  B   B,  >  .  ......  . . . *.������.-������ *������������������,������  .....a..  'I1'**  ���������.**.������������������,*���������')*.���������'���������'���������'a.a.������������.������������������a.  ,..*",.'������������������������.....  Bordeaux Dust  In coiributing ilea beetles, or in  treating potatoes for Insect enemies,  a Bordoau-c dust may bo used ln  place of tho regular poisoned Bordeaux spray. Such dunta can be purchased from all commercial spray  companies ready mixed, or thoy way  bo prepared on the premises, provided a good mixing machine in available, Tho following is the standard  formula for Bordeaux dust: Copper  sulphate (dehydrated, and ground  vory ilno) 12. pound a; hydratod lime,  80 pounds; arsenate of lime, 8  pounds.���������Vegetable Inflcctm Bulletin,  Dominion Department of Agriculture.  Introduced Into-Cananda in 1000,  ���������ttyj-������. Alaska variety of Oats woort oq^  came recognized as an oxcello-at early  variety for "fCastorn banada. Tho  very early variety>['ia[ disci recomf  mended for Manitoba, Alberta, and  British Columbia.'  By using X-rays, two generations  of tobacco plants havo boon grown in  one year. ' -....).���������.���������,?'"':  r*������-r|i-r|^*pp^**H-'  **w������r*  B*5uiw io OtvKtr L\yVi)mA*r  hmmmm *u.\  *"aaiTtJ   H������ia"kj������iia,B'%ioul  ^r-BIUBa   *t*%'&'^'a'8a~'| *b*s������-<  VITAMINS  (By Gordon H. Gueslta M.A,*!'    -  Among .the    notable    discoveries  made by .scientists in recent years, is  that of vitamins. While they are as  yet not knoWn to have shape, taste,  weight - or   color,   they   have   been  found to be-a very necessary part of  the diet, and to prevent'many forms  'of    disease.    They   were    first    discovered to exist in certain foods by  medical men- who were  experimenting with the effect of diet on Health.  At about the same time, food chemists    came   upon. . these   mysterious  characteristics   which   could   not   he  classified   with   fats,   carbohydrates,  proteins    or    mineral    matter,    the  known components of food, yet which,  seemed  io  nave,   definite   iiie-giving  qualities.    Work is being constantly  done by scientists in many lands, in  an effort to find   out   exactly   what  vitamins are,  but so  far they have  only been able to classify them according to what  characteristics  can  be observed.    As far   as   is   known,  vitamins     contribute    no    material  substance   or   energy   to   the   body,  but    they    act    as    what    chemists  call a catalyst, that is, they speed up  the   life   processes.    Vitamins   have  been designated   by   letters   in   the  alphabet.  Vitamin A Is found in green vegetables, Cod-liver oil and liver, and is  growth-promoting. It was once  thought It prevented a. dread eye disease, but this theory is no longer  held.  ^ Vitamin B is,found in vegetables,  milk, -wheat, fruit, gralxapii flou)r and  yollow corn meal. It is oho of the  most important members of tho vitamin fa.mlly, for jt prevehts beriberi, a dread disease contracted: by  people who live on poliahod-liqeV  Vitamin C occurs in fruit and to a  smalt-extent' to 'znlllc. Thia, .vitamin  prevents scurvy, a disease which  formerly took many lives.  Vitamin D occurs in cod-llyer oil  and It -prevents rickets In infants.  Vitamin E la found In moa*t, tho  germ of the wheat socd and ln num-  orous other natural foods.  Vitamin G. only rnc-ently cllHoovnr-  ed, is found In some typos of yeast  nnd has growth-promoting1 qualities.  Flight From London To Melbourne -  Wiley   Post   Intends    To   "Fly   The  Winnie Mae In "Race This Fall  Wiley Post has announced that he ���������  is getting the Winnie "Mae, the "mono- -  plane in which, he circled the globe,.  Into shape for a "two-day"- flight-  from London to Melbourne, Australia..  The    present    record    over    that-  course   is . approximately��������� one   week. -  He will enter, he said, the MacRob-  ertson  international   air. race  to  beheld nex-c fall   between   the   British  and Australian cities.  -���������*-   .$61,8001  jio.aCarU>Mca iSOu   US.5   OSeTSd  to the "winner.  SOURED ON THE  WORLD?���������THAT'S UVlR  Wake up your liver Bile  ���������No Calomel necessar***"  Many people who feel sour, ehiss&**- aad?,  generally -wretched zaaks the iuislAk������ of taking:.  salta, oil,- minenj. water, laxative candy- or-  ebewinn cum, or roughage which only move-'  the bowels and ignore the liver.  . .What you need i* to wake -up your liver  Dil���������.   ������1b������.������b m.f...~ ���������:..������������. t^...:���������._  jl.   ������a_ii������.  *_A  ^-**.     w*^.-   ^%.U.    ...^... jK*U..Si^    *Qmi   ^W.Ijr     *m\m  pounds of liquid bile into your 'bowels. Get-  your stomach and -intestines wok-king sui they  ehould,. once more. .  Carter's Little Liver Pills -will soon fix you .  up.    Purely ^vegetable.    Bafe.    Sure.    Quick. -  Ask for them by name.   Refuse substitutes.  25o. at all druggists. ' 51  TTfirtP*AR will   t.hrfva .Iwuctt.: If  t*K*������  so!?."  Is kept cultivated arid free of"-weeds.-  to a width of two feet or more on:  each side of it.    An occasional top-  dressing of fertilizer may prove beneficial, particularly on light soil.  "I like to see something...that- ha������<  plenty of funny Unes,'\ says a dram*-?  atlc crltlc._ Then why doesn't he buy  a zebra?  E,BSk\  t*TTE HOLDER  Tho total annual production of  clovers and grass seeds in Canada  lian romalnod about tlio samo la recent yearn.  SjENICOTBA   Cigarette  Holder  absorbs   tha ��������� nicotine,   pyradina^,  ammonia and resinous and tarry  BuhHtanccB    found    In    tobacc������  1imoka%-. ;���������'���������-, , ?,;??"'"'?'?':7, ���������������������������������������������'/���������, -  Cpmplett.,- npW������-'v:*wItii::; r-B?fitI������?i,B*������-Bi������-' ��������� _:':  tl.00   postpaid,   or   from   your  Druggist or. Tobacconist. Deulersv  wiinted, everywhere.',; ���������[;'������������������.  '      ���������>'     , ' '.,-���������   ',?���������'���������    ?'-'''7V:       "   '������������������,'    -'7,',..     ,     '���������   I    .   ���������'���������? '-.'���������'    'a'  ' .'-NOV'OttTAlN^W-'im ������������������'������������������.'���������  Uoht. Blm|-aon Co. TLImlteA  , [ ;:?������ii0'?'r,7-|i!ato������7flb.-tM*^        ;  ' ���������'���������:''"' JLIrretis, I������ru-r';' Bto**g ? ?, ?  Uoodtiy"* Cl-ra������ Ktor*  <S> ,���������", WM*J, ,-���������.,������������������  tlatlievl8U-t*t Uriitf BUtm  HUnm MolUleJolm  :,, -. vtfia-uww*  CHANTU2R & CHANTtER, LTIX  CamullnnVljiwtrlbiitor'*,  710 Wellington St. W.  ,   ,;;,  "    TORONTO, ONT,   ., 4>  w   XMJK   ;BuiVJ_EiW.    CRJEStPO^   TS,    fl  ������j������r-Bu������  <&������������������������-*  ������������������������-1 tit jsyyiytn i  I  ' -     7**v*=i.-B-' -*.-������.   =���������.-��������� ai!' h    ���������������" "���������-���������  SHE ru* un wciuni  JCruschen Took It Off Again!  A woman sends the .following account of the Consequences pf an auto  accident in? which she was toyolved**1^  "A year ago [ I bad a [very" bad  automobile accident, which left me  more or less a cripple. Having to  Uo in bed so long, and being unable  to move. 71' began to .put on flesh.  When I was able to walk a little  again, I found I was 144 lbs., and  being just under 5 feet - you may  -guess how I was placed, So I  thought I would try Kruschen Salts.  and 1 must aay they have done me a.  cut u������ good iu every way���������but chieny  in keeping my weight down. In  three months X lost 6 lbs. Then I  left off taking the Kruschen, and I  aoon went up to 142 lbs. again. So  at once I got more Kruschen, and am  again steadily reducing. My. weight  last month, was 134 lbs."���������(Mrs.) W.  mm       -m m  JCX.     SSOm  Kruschen combats the cause of. fat  by assisting the internal. organs to  perform their functions properly���������to  throw off each day those waste products and poisons which, if allowed  to accumulate, will be converted by  -tlie body's chemistry-into fatty tissue.  same, however alluring,- without aa  A.\mJ~.~M.t  .M.^-      ������������������      ������,i������J*u.       m.\ ,������  "1 had an idea the minute I saw  it,";' Avis  explained.     "Just, the% one  word, 'Inspiration' seems, to me to fit  it "ekactly.     What-do you   think;-of  it���������?������������' .   ' - .     '   < .- "*   '--.''   ���������   /  -.->:<> . -.*>���������-.���������/.-     . -..,.%  Camilla repeated the word thoughtfully. .- 'Tt sounds rather well/* she  hesitated. ^    t v - \    . _     '["['.  i&vis'recofled instantly^- Ae*r.-r"dis-'  pleasure ever "Camilla's semi^enthusi-  asm -was almost visible. She turned to  a  %,U*3M.        X.XSMMMMXJMVMM1.MJ-.  <J-B*>._,J.  ent aro castl^uto the discard for the  glittering dismay of possession.  Camilla experienced her first measure of tangible achievement when she  arrived at the office on Monday  morning and Tjviargaret Blaine greeted -her with;        _,  JS     * -.    - -  ..- /'Have; you/seen the* new issue of  Weekly Review? Your Tiny Tots  scamper al' over the centre dbuble-  ; scamper all ove rthe centre double-  A strange exultation rose. ��������� up in  Camilla's breast and she seemed to  ,. _._         ..         mm\nm    im.    4-V. ~    al~-1Xl.~    ~     .���������������I -L.t-.M      ������������������..,  JU^aj-aA  I.     2/xjxjm     aJ^b.0 j   uws*.    mma   mMm.x? mmmm.   jjou   cm  jlm*...������   i"^iVS.   .ZZ.C  ' fib**""' rnXmrnW  i*ii*Tm 9  OCCASIONAL VV!Pr  ?-7'7.-:7,;-0y/?..,. .;'1'";- :77?;??7'-  ' EDNA ItOBB WEBSTER  7-"7 ^;V;.7#?"?-_���������.?,--??,..  Author   iof 7''Joretta",    tTJpstick  -.���������-:������������������'.- -     7'GtaV'EtC.-7^      7  SYNOPSIS  Camilla, Hoyt and Peter Anson,  young and in love, marry secretly,  deciding to live their own: lives apart  Until Peter is able to provide for hey.  Peter ia a yOung, struggling sculptor  trying to "win a competition.' for a  scholarship abroad and Camilla is the  adopted daughter of a wealthy family. She is not to inherit money  when she comes of age^aa&'7J397-.:"s  ���������'"Stiidyiag ccm-uaearclal* art in the hope  of landing an agency *fob. Others in  the story   are   Avis Werth, another  wealthy girl who is trying to win  Peter, Sylvia Todd, Peter's ihodel,  and Gus Matson,   his   former room-J vote on the final selection.  it better,  the   more   you Jhear   it?  JDoesn't it sort of grow on you?"  "J believe it does," he admitted,  then turned to Camilla. "Have you  a suggestion, deat*.? The committee  is open to any new idea, and anxious  for one.*'  "I've thought a lot about it," she  confessed, smiling. *T������ have a. list of  Ideas written down at home, but the  be������t one I have thought of is 'Eager  V.H8������1������   ������������  mm. -++-mmm*mm*.   a -.  Silence for a moment,-dominated  by TillieTs clashing of china and silver  in, the kitchenette. "Say, that's hot,  all right!" Peter exclaimed. "Wen,  you sly little cricket���������bad" a whole  page of titles topped by a prize -winner and you haven't said a wor&t"  He was  immensely  plea.������eil.  "I was waiting for you to tell me  your own ideas first; so yoti wouldn't  be influenced by mine," Camilla -explainedqtoetly. "I wanted the whole  thing to be yours, title and all, unless you got stuck and7X could h6l*p  you out.''   7  >Gosh!"he enthused,V"Am?tvi  luck to. imvie} two wflmeni w*"lsfcig  their clever brains to name ray stuff.  It ought to be good!" He turned to  Avis."What do you think of that  one, 'JSagerYouth^?''? "  "Very good,*' she agreed instantly,  but she thought to herself, "1*11  handle you, alone." -:"V-?  "Anyway," Peter decided, "we have  another week   to   think it over.    It  won't take long to scratch the title-  on when it's finish-^.    "Both of you  keep up the   good   work   and   we'll  rate with whom he  has  quarrelled  After a party at aa exclusive club,  when the rest of thc members of the  party go a a cabaret to continue tbe  gaiety, Petel*-"*lSHd*Camilla slip off to*  the beach   by   themselves   and   fall  ^asleep-ofiL the sand. When they awake  it is early morning and , Avis. and  another boy are standing near them.  This zflakes it necessary for Camilla  to announce-" before   the  party   that  -she and Peter are married. Camilla  urges Peter to accept some of her  earnings to help bisn along, but Peter  refuses and they quarrel. After  Camilla has gone, fro^n   the   studio,  .Avis Werth calls ond persuades- Peter  to accept a   loan   of" $1,000.    Peter  -and Camilla are reconciled. Avis" invites them to a party, at which she  "Introduces Peter to well-known artists  .and public men.  (Now Go On With The Story)  ��������� ���������... ��������� ���������' - '   '.  CHA-PTER XLIV.  ���������'A   title   is   alwaysvery   Impor-  ���������"tant," Avis observed, and turned to  Camilla.    "Don't you think so?    It  has so much to do with the success  <Of a book or play or picture,    Arid  .it does with a-piece   of   sculpture,  ;alsoi It should strike the public's im-  : agination, as well   aa   being   appropriate to the subject."  "Of- course," Camilla agreed. 'She  ���������reflcpted that .she probably knew  more; about that than Avis did.  Wasn't that hor obligation in her  work-���������to attract the public eye with  ��������� a few well-chosen words ? "Have you  anything in nriliid t^   7     ?       ���������  "Several," Petor nodded, "but I've  ,"��������� been so busy  getting  the   udnaraod  thing, finished  that?! haven't  given  it much JtfTjjO'Wglit.; 7:JN*f0 use to have a  . *.-������������������ .11.1 i ���������srWriV'ij ti; *ii"i;. ihrUfra^ni-rirs-rj'm,.; *��������� -.������ ,-a  ������        ' ���������* > i ' "  IFor EASiER  Dyeing ��������� .1  "The ncwjlnslant Hit is easier to lite, than  .mny otliec tint qt dye you ever used, 7; It dissolve*  cortiplcte-,  ly tlljV^-10 uccbnds '  -i ���������'foffaakr right  W^l; i.'. rofifcc-" a  ilirllllatit, even-  toned finish . , .  .���������And ltistfi and  llnsti find lints.  Camilla remained with Peter for]  what was left of the night, "but it was  only four hours later that she reso-  lirt^ly'Ifeft him/to? his "work and returned to her own apa-ctment for a  busy day Of routine-tasks, preparing  her clcthe.s for: the following week  and an afternoon nap that refreshed  her for the evening, when Peter  came to take her to a movie.  It was entertainment" which permitted them to relax as that of the  previous evening had not done; and  although they, were in a-"crowded  theatre, .they -might have been cn-,  tirely alone for the two, hours in  which they sat close together in the  darkness and watched the tragedy  of human emotions? on the screen  evolve; i*5.to tlis 21irs.de z������ "fesppiwoH.  FREE  ���������4UHd  Hie frertt ������f  A~"B?d_otnHssjH- itiia  vkkk nn.ttr,"nt\*  Maklnu" 1������ Jshn A.  Kiulsn Ce. Ltd., 4fl  U������l*ilsnl������   ltd.,  To-  rositp.  WITH  'm**mmm.  re H11^  :::.:meW!v*:;,7;.-������  No>n-*-r������raiBaii|������l  Olasblves Inst-inl"^  'Mm'i  There; owt* emotions had; 'hoeii? tense  to the crisis of those -make-believe  lives, nrni it was with relief that they  w-itnessed the final dissblution of all  strife and .misunderstanding.  "They always live happy ever  after," Peter la'ugh.ed.  "They should, after all that effort  to deserve happiness. Not all stories  end happily, but I like them a lot  better \vhen: they dor dohTt you?''?  "I guess everypixe^ does. Still, you  remember the. 'tragedies longer.. I  guess that is why a few authors' dare  to leave them that way. True to  life, top. There are plenty of real  tragedies in real life that never end  in happiness."  "Yes, nnd the saddest ones are  those wo never know about. Sudden  death, murder, failure, are not the  real tragedies. The Worst ones ft.ro  lived behind smiles and service, in  silence. But wo aro going to have1 a  happy ending," sho added cheerfully  and confidently. v  "You know It," ho afilrmed quickly.  "At least, wo aro going to glvo the  controllers of destiny a fair struggle,  1 think,"     <���������  ���������'Just imagine, Potor, you may Tbo  in Farla in less than two ,������piitbjBli?  she reminded him wistfully.     ? 7-  "I d<*ubt it. If I'm not, ; Til be  earning some real" monoy, though.''*  ,' Always, the human mind Is forced  tn'menmiro nehlevemMit In -financial  terms, booauBo the world i-uthleaaly  dpmti,nd8\that V#lth tho mxtxia".raois'  uro 'that yp moto withal, it dhall bo  moaiaured to you again," "Bach raton  meafluros his -neighbor's nuccpss "by  tliat standard, by which the wprid  judgpff. him; '-jn,; rotu^a,' t- It, la aip .moro  frtir tlian tho HCiilo ;pf olvio justice,  tout It ici irrovocabio.   lfl������Cort and tttf-  shining eyes just looked at the droll  little figures.'. She could not speak.  ���������"Weii, aren't you. thrilled to death  to see them for the first time in  actual print?" ..demanded Margaret.  She-was secretary to Mr. Weeks and  held' a profound respect for creative  talent.  "Of course, I   am,"   Camilla   confessed.    "But what shall I do about.  It?" ' p   -  "Say, if that was my stuff, I'd  make whoopee? like an Indian���������?*s������l,  I don't know 'what I would do!"  "That's just about the way I feel."  That is why I don't do anything at  all. They do "look darling, don't  they?" she added fondly, quite as if  anyone else   had   created them  aad  "Do, they! If that ad doesn't make  the kids notice and7 demand Wheat-  hearts, nothing Will!'"  'T hope you -firs right," Camilla  said quietly. Again, thaf standard  of success confronted her. Her work  would be "^praised or condemned ac-^  cording to the measure of its return  measure^ to gold to her employers.  Margaret's opinion did not make it  good, nor the opinion, of any critic.  But if that fickle composite mind  that Tis ' known as public opinion,  chose to favor her work with its  passing approval,? her work would  then turn to gold for her employers  and, in turn, gold* for her���������and her  work would fee g*o0d"  Camilla telephoned to Peter during her lunch hour. ? "Have you seen  the new iVeieklyiReyiew?" her voice  sang with e*j-*uberarice.  "No, I haven't.'"? Vf  "Well, rush out and get a copy and  fea**3t your eyes Vpn -.that middle  spread,*" dene by yo*t^v������3ry own wife."  "Will..I! Congwitulatlons, darling.  I'm terribly proud ?pf you; When do  we celebrate ?" *     '  /'When you -onish.the figure; Then  it will Jae a double celebration for the  famous Ansons."  .  "How, famous?" he laughed.7  "Just among ourselves, for awliile."  "Okay, honey. I won't lose a mln-  ute getting tha*t magazine, you can  bet. I'll call you back later, and tell  you what X think of this new Anson  artist."  Camilla accomplished little work  that day. Every enapjloyee and executive had to com������iimft-������t ?SB.d g03*g!"n-5r.t  upon thc initiaUon of the Tiny; Tots  Into the world of affairs, at large a&a?  advertising to^^ particular.; Elach was  bptlmifltlc^regardtog th?plr popularity,  and Camilla walked again on winged  feet with her head in the clouds of  hope.-.' ' -' -[[.':!  Her elation was not obvious. If  possible, she was morO quiet and reserved than usual: Fbi������ deep emotion  Is not expressed in sounds and  actions. It is lived wlthto the heart  and : souU Only- supei?flcial emotion  manifests itself In violent demonstration.. . - ������������������ 7 ''-^V'.7'7,--7  (To Be Continued)  xtr\acmmtdseeclArk aboutY*  *i*H������r% BlS,.6l5t&ER m 40 MINUTES  AMD i HAVeYEftftlFIC HeORlTlsl..  WHAT CAN I OO ?     f   ~J^, ���������  .  *       r DONT WORRY!   ������3ET SOME I  f ASPIRIN . TWO TABLETS   }  j  WILL STOP THAT PAIN  IN  /������3Cm\  rW"=LL,'JACk3"l COT TTHe^OPLOEJ-il 1  VEsCFEtT FIT AS A 5*lE<!>Le771. ' J"  YOU BET, I'LL ALWAYS  mm...    r%^r-.^...������  WHEM! VWANT|  O.UICK. REUEt**  FSOM  PAIN.  Real ASPIRIN Starts Taking Hold in Few Minutes  Now conies amazingly quick relief  from.headaches," i*heumatism4,"ii-euri-  tis, neuralgia^ . . the fastest safe relief; _  it issaid, yet discovered.  These results are due to a scientific discovery' by which an Aspirin .  Tablet begins to dissolve,- or -dS*-'  integrate,.an the anz&zing space'of .  two seconds aftftr toiii-'hincr waoilstyr^-  And hence to start "taking hold" of  pain a few-minutes after taking.  -The illustration of the glass/Tiere,  tells the story. An Aspirin Tablet  starts to disintegrate almost instantly you swallow itj And thus is ready  to go to work almost instantly.  When you buy, though, be. on  guard against substitutes^ To be sure  you get ASPIRIN'S quick relief; be  sure the name Bayer in the form of  a cross is on every tablet of Aspirins  WHY ASPSRIIM  WOHKS SO FAST  \   *     -V^l   _   Drop  an   Aspirin  ja-a-     y^***r*fBfc  Tablet in a glass of  W41CI ->   X^W"DC UIOL   uc*  FORE it touches bot-  _ torn, it has started to  disintegrate.'  What it does in this  glass it does in your  stomach. Hence its  fast action.  MASS IN CANADA    '  Does Not Harm the Heart  Cunarii Sailings  Intlal Trans-Atlantic   Trips   Mferked  7?      By Heavy Passenger l<Ssts  The St. Lawrence season of the  Cunard and Anchor-lDonaldson Lines  opened recently with the arrivals and  departures of ' the Ausonia ^md the  Athenia. The Antonia made her first  appearance early to May and from  now on, thei^ companies will. *"*aa*-a-  tain practically a weekly service to  Plymouth, Havre and London and to  liflle Helps For This Week  "Obey my voice and I will be your  Cod euid yo shs.il be my peop*.oj ssu  walk ye to the -way that I have commanded you, that it may be well  unto you."   Jerendah 7:23.      -     .  And oft, when in my heart waa  heard  Thy timely mandate. I deferred  The task,' to smoother walks to  A new bait for grasshoppers is  being tried out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, oil being substituted for molasses to mixing? the  bran and arsenic. Oil baits, It is  stated, do not dote^^o during  otomge ua rapidly as molasses. In  Canada, water-mixed halt ?has boon  found to havo a distinct, attractivo-  ness to tho insects, booauso jsrass-  hoppers Hko to drhdt wheh  7 '   -*rBlMBiBj8T|||^aiaajl*8*WB������<*WSM<*^^ J,. '?"   -    ���������  Great "Salt Laka*- to tJtah lei" rmoro  than four times as Idrgp -as the Dead  " ������30*������C7;..'. '7.7'    .',        '  .'?'   ' : ?7'7?? V?'7':'���������',. 7.  m  MliiHI l������������IIHII'"'m^^  -.END m*mAXW^:$wih&[y:  '."Hj*> \JVct R*S *g*L    B*~*i 'AwIa .***l!*| ojp .***-*!'  ,     ;? rty[]Muphm$.-Wi:^  Belfast,    Glasgow,    and    Liverpool. I.    _ ������.  z^^', ~ ���������.*  o-       -,     ���������.~~D*m..,    ������a*avi    ^vciinw,       But-Thefe   I   now   would   serve  throughout the. summer and ^autumn  until the close of the St._ Lawrence.  Liners on this, route will, beside those  mentioned, include, The Letitia,  Alaunia, Ascania and Aurania.  The initial departures have been  marked by heavy passenger lists to  all classes and this, with the advance  reservations already made up summer sailings," would indicate that this  will be a^jjood year for trans-Atlantic  business.  Slight increases to exchange rates  to certain European countries have  been more than offset by falling  prices abroad; the many lands, hotels  and   railways   have Vreduced    their  ttoriffs by as much as half.  ?   Indications are that 'this will also.  bo_a good ;crulse year.   Last winter  the veteran Mauretania  In her^l-'  white dress and with her gayly "decorated rooms, enjoyed enormous popularity to* her  West Indies' crulsea  from New York. After being newly  furbished,   she   Will   -**aake   similar  short   "sea-breeze"   cruises   to    the  West Indies; from New York, commencing July 21.  On June  26th the Carlnthla will  make a cruise from  New York to  the North Cape and Russia.    Short  cruises   to   the    Saguenay, Quebec,  Munay Bay and Bermuda  will  also  be made oh tlio California, Transylvania and   Franconla,   some   cruises  including a call at the Bay of Islands  in Newfoundland.  One of the most popular cruises wiil  probably bo that -made by the Fran-  c6nla on Soptembor 18th from ISTew  York, to South America.   Under the  joint management of Thos. Cook &  Soni American Express Co., anfl.the  Ctinaid?Lino, this crulab   will  carry  hundroda of Canadian and American  ���������pilgrims  to  attend lithe  ffiucluarlfltlc  Cpbgreos being   held, this   year   in  Buenos Aires.- 7.'0,i^ia,���������:"wlll'������������������bp?made, in  Havana, Trinidad,   Rio   do   Janeiro,  on route '.tb''And'-7from''''the>:?'Xrgentlhe  Capital.     i ?7'-.?' ',':'"7''':Xv".'  Thp popularity of7tho short cruise  to-Britain hft������ boon Tills  yetir will .*rcc;anv''ft������fcc*nn!vr7nrAPr'riTv-iwA  of such son? oxqursions from Mvor-  pool, Glasgow; ������nd **3puth*tojt������tou to  the Atlaiitlo Tales, and the 'Mediterranean and around tho British coasts,  -**-    snore strictly, if I-may.  * -��������� -    -  W. Wordsworth.  SPray Him to give you what the  scripture calls 'an honest and good  heart", or "a perfect hearte\ and  without waiting begin at once to  obey Him. with the best heart you  have. Any obedience is better than  none. You have to seek His face,  obedience is the only way of seeing  Him. All your duties are obediences.  To do what He bids is to. obey Him,  and to obey Him is to approach Him.  Every act of obedience is an approach, an approach to Him who ia  not far off though He seems so. but.  close behind this visible screen Of  things Which hides Him froth us.- *  J. H. Newman. ;?;.;..-' "'.? '7.77."  Aa soon as we lay ourselves! at  God's feet we have enough light  given us to guide our own steps; us  the f dot-soldier who hears nothing of  the" councils that determine the  course of the 7great. battle ho is its,  but hears plainly enough the word of  command which he must himself  obey.-���������Georgo Eliot.  One of the private gifts to Great  Britain's new cruiser Npptuhe, is a  painting of the Neptune that fought  at Trafalgar.  so  MATURITY-MATERNITY  ;   MiDDLE A-&E V  At these three critical per'od������  a woman needs a medicine  she can depend on. That's  why so many take Lydia E.  Piukham's Vegetable Com*  ; pound. 98 out of 100 say. *'tt  . 11   helps mcl" Let it helpybvi,too.  IVBJft E. CUNKHAM'S  VEGETABLE COMPOUND  The oomollna of the Kubanka Ottawa 'ittfrvytwloty,^ valued  highly fPi* tho manufacture of ivirica-  ffittoBumv    * -  Ratelna etatui*-  ������1 miyors of  meats/ vsitst-  Hbloaf anil nsli  ���������'   a n al  odorw ,ence.i>*.  ,At d������al������i-s4 or  'writs���������  3sfil������^^fi-������-l���������3" ��������� '. BBi������"iiii������iii������ii������M'l"lMi������'������iiiaaBB,aw  . ���������/'WAMlMWM, **>MT.A*"������0 ���������BBBSESSHBS  Z&mi4.rW4S*'rf-,**?imym^*,  THE   CBB8TP03S   REVIITW  Ea B!ia'-eflti0������ii m mm m ������*<������ n-Hv a* ��������� b ������������������������ m ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������-���������-���������-*-���������������'���������-*-��������� ������ i.������.M" ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������-��������� *'  8  \  Used Car Specials  s :���������;���������������������������'7-* .        .-;._? *."������������������ "-.���������  ��������� '  I 1928 Ponifiac 3���������dfun;^. -^;..-^^^-S^QO  i 1931 Essex Coach��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 450*00  I 1927 Light Delivery-��������� -  140.00  *lp ,     Gorgon Gkiiuovr, who has been a visit- ��������� ion and free.coffee  1 or here with Stewart Currie for the past  month,   has   returned to his  iiome -ot  ���������C ������T������.l������?.  THESE CARS ARE IN FIRST-CLASS CONDITION.  Call and let us gixe you a demonstration/  PRFQT:rt:N    MnTOR'^  ^fea^ - *  % Sasca ���������%*-,*���������*   - J5      ^*������^   A   V 1T1   ^*m0r     Jl      ^!**m*T:  a   m ���������***&*  Ganjcn Road        CHEVROLET aad 0LDSM03ILE  Mr. and Mrs. T. Kirsch and children  of Potlach Idaho, are here on a visit with  the latter's parent , Mr. and Mir E.  Botterill,  Mr. and Mrs. Handyaide.-who have  been resident here f r two years, left on  Monday to reside at Camp Lister, on  the Geo, Jaeks ranch.  Mrs; Handley left last week on a visit  at Biairmore. Alberta, returning with  her parents, who Uaiae been on a visit at  the ranch for a few weeks.  A   A.     AmXm  mm      -.-.1*. mm'. mmX   .        A.mmmm.^m\m - A.  Phone 10  QBiaaaaaas  Bssae^ggsggaseiaasBS aaaaeaasa bbb������������ ������������������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������� a ������88a������ at, ������������������������*������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������'  When  ta  ill-cans  life saving  In times of emergency when a  few minutes saved may mean  the saving of life or property, it  is importantto have a telephone  in the house*  One never knows when orwhere  burglary, fire, accident or sudden illness will strike.  The telephone brings help *n a  hurry.  Koetenay Telephone Go.  recited jointly by the class, the children  sang the class hymn, -"In the Hour of  Trial." The service closed with the  presentation of bibles���������the combined  gifts of parents and congregation.  The church presented an attractive  appearance, the sjtar and pul"*it beiiig  decorated with tulips, fern^ and - other  Sowers. Each child wore, tiny sprays of  tfly of the valley, the -flowers being the  gift of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook.?  Those receiving, the sacred rite were  Charlotte Klein, Egon Hollm and Irwin  Nickel.   Crestou;   Gttsta!   Steiner and  ttans Steiner.  Wynndel; Clara Domke  and  Martha   Demk      "^        .a   a*..  *r"?B.Aoj-rt*ri i  on Friday, Ericlrpon took third place in  the rural schools championship, with a  total score of 26 "-joint?. Those winning  were Peter Heric, Anita Heric, Leona  Heric, Laurence Leadbetter, and Olive  Speaker.,? /i...,-J'-.j.;  Mra, F. Putnam and Mrs. W *-McL.  Cooper were joint hostesses at the Putnam home Monday evening to the members of the Ladles* Auxiliary to Creston  Ft st Canadian Legion at a handkerchief  shower honoring Mrs, M. Young, who is  leaving shortly to reside in England.  Contests were the feature of the evening  w?th first prize taken by Mrs. John Bird  of Lister. In addition to many beautiful handkerchiefs, Mrs. Young was also  presented with a?letter from the ausil;  iary expressing appreciation of her  efforts, to whieb the guest of honor suitably replied. Lunch was served and at  the close all joined hands for Auld Lang  ��������� Syne. . j ..'���������-  nicers, to complete a day that ail seemed  to thoroughly enjoy.  Thanks to the generosity of Harry  Helme, with his truck, and a number of  auto owners, the children of the Lister  and Huscroft schools got into Creston  Friday for the school sports, at which the  Huscroft school won the cup for the  most_ points scored by a rural school.  The Lister school made the best showing  of al! country schools in the sale of booster tickets, disposing of 86 of them at the  full price of 25c. Erickson was second  with a sale of 11. For ticket selling  Clara Domke -won a softball and Kirk  Beard a bassb&ll, so**-bpin<? th  in the valley.  dispensed to the pic--l Creston Valley Hospital where he was  receiving  his hand.  treatment for blood poison in  -���������-  ��������� *  beksg tiie.bsst sellers  AJIOVCI .  service   ai.  ... ^       fmmmmm.  ...8 Al���������.^ _  A. a.     *U������v  au      %8*.*r  .. j; j _ j.   Va8.88<JB������A������Bvcr^  JUiaicr     eaaa     uiicc  that   point.   Clara  M yer  Erika Meyer and Johanna Daus.  Omny&ss &Ify  A. A. Bond   has booked  the contract  for   plastering the new  Haskins at Erickson.  residence  of E  3���������������tGfSQSSeffm ������������������  Competing at Cranbrook  At a meeting of the Creston Valley  Schools' Athletic- Association, held immediately after the fourth annual track  meet, it was decided to send the following pupils of Creston schools to the  Kootenay-Boundary Schools Track Meet,  to be held at Cranbrook on May 26tb:  Raymond Humble. George Dodd.  Creston High; Sam Nastassi. Wilfred  LaBelle, Creston Public; Peter Heric,  Lawrence Leadbetter, JBjraekson; Tom  Tedford, Babs Spencer, Canyon;. Minnie  Huscroft. Margaret Huscroft, Gladys  McCulloch, Huscroft.  The party will be accompanied by tha  following; Messrs. Huscroft, Mariott  and Staples, coaches; Mrs Levirs.  chaperone; and Mr. Levirs. delegate to  the Kootenay-Boundary schools track  meet association meeting.  Lutheran Confirmation  While away   from home   "W. H.   Mo  Queeu reports his house broken into and  amongst other things a .22 rifle stolen  The police are mvestigatiug.  The tennis players ..are going strong  these evenings, and will shortly be ready  to invade Creston for a series of ga*q&es  for ihe Va ley championship.  W. Ridd  has just completed  clearing!  another o-acre block of his ranch which  he  is  putting into   alfalfa.    With this  land cleared his whole 20sacres is now in  cultivation.  The drop in apples and cherries is  quite noticeable and the crop will not  be as large as the e rly season bloom indicated. There was a touch- of frost on  Monday morning, which will damage  receri^iy plajate^/y^-^tablffl.^'^:  The United Young People's of Creston  were in charge of the church service, here  on Sunday afternoon, providing both the  music as well as the devotional arid address features. -J. A. Avery spoke in very  practical fashion on "Problems.of Youth."  Canyon C.G.I.T., which is now known  as the Junior Ladies' Aid, had its closing  session on May 14th, at the home of  Mrs. Haistead, when a Mother and  Daughter banquet was a feature, with  21 sitting down to the dinner spread.  During the evening the pageant,  "Mothers of the Bible," was capably  presented under the direction of Mrs. G.  Messenger.   ,  Canyon scholars came ^ within _ four  points oi annexing the athletic championship of Creston Valley schools at the  annual track meet at Creston on Friday,  annexing 54 points, to stand second to  Huscroft with 57. Babs Spencer and  Tom Tedford were prominent in all  events they entered, and others taking a  hand were Carl Nygaard, Charlie Kolthammer, Jack and A. Bothamley, Bert  Tedford, Robert Hale and M. Huchlack.  Raymond Humble and Bruce*'Niblow  who competed under the auspices of  Caestori high school, won the sjenior boys'  championship.  J.White ot Fort Steele was hear on  business last week.  H. H. Redmile was a Fort Steele and  Cranbrook. visitor over the weekend.  Marc-el Senesa������?l,F. Horkey, G. Hawks  and A. Baker of New Lake were visitors  ireic at. nae-   ncrncuu.  Kitchener baseball team held a dance  in Hunt's Hall. Thursday evening.  Quite a crowd was present.  - Miss Olga Nelson was a business-visitor at Calgary, Alberta, at the end of the  week, returning on. Monday.  The heavy frost Sunday and Monday  has done considerable .damage to the  Simpson and Nowlin strawberries arid  plums.  Mrs. Gordon McPhail and daughter.  Maxine, of Blewett, arrived on Saturday  on a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs.  Chas. Nelson. ���������'[[ 7 "-.?t -*  Chas. Bush. Selmer Anderson and Gha?.  Bush, jr., left last week for Glenlilly,  wnere they haVei secured  .empl oymerit  "-Jrii-h'Th-i-- rt"1'l'4<������w'4t - ���������'���������-' ���������'���������>'-   :-*-��������� -  WlbU   V/IJCBO. X^. ,a.mmgS2mim.  ���������    . A  ������������������'������������������������������������'.    "*<���������-     ���������  ���������.'?     ��������� jt't-1.'-' -���������������������������'���������������������������-���������    ���������-.'   "I       ���������      ,-?A~   ���������  - Miss Jessie White'was a weekend visitor at Cranbrook and Kimberl *y, and wit-.-  nessed the Creston-Kimberley baseball  game at, the latter town.  Mrs. W. Wickholm and. young son, of  Canyon, arrived last? -week to reside in  one of the Blair cabins Mr. Wickholm?  is driving truck at Goatfell east.  Mrs. Chas. Nelson and daughter,  Laura, arrived home on Saturday from  Blewett where they have bee *! on a visit  with the former's daughter, Mrs, Gordon  McPhail. 77  Creston Wildcats softball team played  the Pine Katz on Thursday evening on  *l*Via-a 1/"Vjf������ol ar?iQ*rv������ar%*n#T      T*5?4*ikr-f V*jO *far������w*n^io-i8������    ������*k-i������i������ ���������  ing 22-15,l'Batteries:^ Kitchener,- Jessie  White and Mrs. Priest Wildcats, Mrs.  Bobbins and Elsa Wi.llis.  Kitchener Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary  financial statement: \[ -jEteceipts���������Fees;  paid $1.75; bridge parties $4.45 and  $3.40; hospital danced, $8.50 and $8.75;  towel raffle $5.05. Total, $26.90. Ex-  penditures������������������Linoleum r$8; iTransfer 25e ;  rubber stair treads $13^50 Total, $21.75.  Cash on hand, $5.25.7    .       .     ,   ,?  ABIgg Siding  :     . .     ....     '- ���������������������������-.���������-������������������      ')   '    ' .  -������������������  Ira Willis got located on his land in the  Lakeview at the first of the week.  .8      '   . . ������������������.'-/      ���������������������������������������������  Frank Simister had tne bad iuck to.  lose one of his dairy cows last week, due  to bloating.  The first ripe strawberries of the season  are reported last week from the Frank  Simister and Kejtiy patches.  J. J.JPryeney, principal of the school,  was called home on Friday, due the critical illhesB of his mother at Rossland.  Alice Siding school had a tally of seven  points at the schools' track meet at Creston on Friday. Amongst the? winners  were Joan Smith and Carl and Robert  McDougali.  ' Alice Sididg baseball club ran into a  19-11 beatinfi* at the hands of Creston  Intermediates at Creston on Sunday  afternoon. Alice Siding battery was  Webster and Collis.  An impromptu party was held at the  home of Roh. Smith on Friday evening,  Dancing was the main feature, with  music by violin and harmonica. All present report an enjoyable time.  Miss Jessie Parkin, whose marriage  takes place next month, was guest of  honor at a shower at the home of her  sister,-Mrs.--R. Byrne. Creston, Wednesday afternoon, at which Misses Bessie  and Jessie McDougali were joint host-  essps. The guest was the recipeint Of  many useful! gifts.  Two prizes. were ��������� capcurea  Creek pupils at the track meet in  Creston. Byron  Wiltse.and Aloha Bohmer  were the lucky winners.  , Inspector Manning was a caller in this  district on Wednesday to make arrangements to have the school  painted. ������������������ J--,  H. Osborne has the contract.  This district sUuered a heavy frdit  Sufiaday night. Ail the strawberry  ranches and some of the early vegetables  suffered. The exact extent of the damage is yet unknown.  1 !j"   ljiujicgi uuuibi   -xsMXMxm ajtcaVB^ca  tjaCvlvit^^  at the home of Mrs. F. BunceT "Wednesday. The election of officers resulted  as follows: President, Mrs. J. E.  Strobel; Secretary, Mrs. J. ������.. Osborne.  The next meeting is at Mrs. Strobel's.  UH  POUND  DISTRICT ACT  Arrow ������Lr&ek  Pursuant to the provisions of Section 11  of the "Pound District Act53, chapter 1S7,  R.S.B.C. 1924, notice is hereby given of  the appointment of George Nickel, of  CrestOn, B.C., as poundkeeper of the"  pound established ih the vicinity of Alice  Siding, in the Nelson-Creston Electoral  Distrct.  The location of the pound premises is  Block 24 of Lot 8*92, Group 1, Kootenay  District.  K; C?MacDONALD,  77        Minister of Agriculture.  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C ,  May 2nd, 1934.  WATER WOtlGE  DIVERSION AN & USE  TAKE NOTICE that Salmo Malartic  Mines; Limited, whose address is Nelson.  B.C., will apply for a license to take and  use 10 cu ft. per sec. of water out of  Hidden Creek, which flows westerly and  drains into Salmon River, about four  miles south of "YmirV B.C.; ���������"' ������������������-.*  The water-will' he diverted at a -"oini  about 200 > feet below point where   oad  A  dance was held at the I.  home on Saturday evening.  A   community picnic is to be held at  the school grounds on June 2nd.  HTKnutsen of Wayne, Alberta,  caHer at the Wilson,home.   He  his way to prince Rupert. ? ?V.    ,  S.  Wehger  ..was a  was? on  J. E7 Strobel has  returned* from the  .WiJfcV>-*g.-*;)i'-iO* ':  Lutherans from all points in the district filled St. Paul's Church, Creston, to  capacity on Sunday morning for a  service of confirmation, at which seven  young people were reeeived into communicant membcr**hip, while in the  aftenoon a similiar Bier vice was held at; P"wt of the week.  Lister at which a class of three were'  confirmed. The pastor, Rev. C, Baase,  officiated at .both services, the exercises  at Lister being in German.  Services included examination of the  candidates, and it was pleasing to all to  note tho cheerful manner in which the  children answered questions and the very  definite knowledge they had of the chief  uucli ine������ uf the uibVio. Iii hist Address the  pastor stressed continued faithfulness to  Christ and his church  After the confirmation vow, which was  <^H   Mm$mm.m\ltflQnluV&fc&M^B&  Mr. and Mrs, Bert Boffey were visitors  at Spokane a couple of days the latter  Miss Beulah Penson, who haa been  visiting her parents, has returned to  duty at St, Eugene Hospital Cranbrook.  Louie Leveque of Medicine* Hat. Alta.,  arrived at the ond of the.week, and ia a  visitor with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Leveque.  Llmmf&v*  - jT������WyAWW.  %m,SZ,iy 1 -  ���������. a .. marww  a���������  TRAVEL  s  to  ��������� George Connell was visitor at Yahk,  ! Moyie and Lumbcrtou on Sunday,  at aii  of which points he took charge of the  | United Church services in thr absence of  the pastor, Rev. C. Addyman.  ^"'*   "    "    '    **    '   ^���������^   m*m*.m.JL.mjAm������.-^m   *hmJ������.    *A-Jk.-J������.^   A   ' A   '   *��������� ������   A   - A   | # II   "^   *   ImW ��������� "lUfc "l" A Wlaft   j   tk 1 tA. 9 mW ��������� fm   fl t*t   I ft  1 HAVFa NOW SOME  '  "sf     .,       JO       m\\B MA       ���������     *y%       m^m\UBtt*T%ai      Jm.   mT%  ,ff    V    mBm   SkSmTSim,  ��������� AmS   iTSBrBBEh^S   al Br**  I* tm *a vSmWBM      *BB*       mfmmWtn BB am BB       mmmWrnr^mxi*  $12*������. ������B������B������ Ma  *x  GOOD AND DRY  JUCJ iVAJUUUAV  UtIU  0������*aTT*fV.Tr-,l V   T9C4  U JL H JL i **������ XJt'M-lXZixJ)  70CL guy price on  before buying elsewhere.  1 can supply you with what you want,   My price ia  right, and my Lumber is right.  af^TT      J������      '^-'^    '    mf~\ ITmW  mf^m\lf"^kmf~~^    "W2* ^"lk mmmm*  ^^M.Rm^mmmlf^mKj^.Jk^Vj  OWEBTON     4  i������ii.oni{j :jo  h^bj aj mAwkAjkymyM m "'Ikj/. ww0 *��������� 'mm m 4^0 'f^^iat k^M *> AApw'tAf'" kkf^'ajfA ^ ������i ^ w *%hp a mm 'at'SiM-i-'|jy<������B^WB>%^-ytaj w ^y-#- wp-w umixT nm m kg* *" *aTJ> ���������' 'mp *m*m'*  V t*fi' tmrnw ^Ai aa ay m y ������  mmt * ' ' '  Misses Jean and Lorna Donaldson  were weekend visitors iat Creston," guests,  of Helen Staples.   .  Word has been received from John  Finlay that he has been appointed superintendent of the He-Yen', mine, about a  half mile from Greenwood;  Mr. and Mrs. Handyaide and two  children, of Erickfion, have arrived to  rcmidc nt Lister, and will be in charge of  the Geo Jacks ranch for this season.  Mr. and Mr?. R. V. .Wil)cox of Salmon  Arm were Friday viaitoj-o at the homo of  Mr. and Mrs. F. Power**. Mr. Willcox  was on R.O.P. inspection work for tho  federal department of agriculture.  The schoolhouse was, crowded to capacity on Sunday afternoon when Rev. C,  Basse, Lutheran pastor, conducted a confirmation service In the German, at  which three Llatcv girlh were received Into church membership. Thoy wore Clara  nnd Erilcn Moyor and Johanna Daus.  At a similar sorvico at Croston in the  morning Clara and Martha Domlco wore  confirmed The Hchoolhouse was nlcioly  clocoratcd and the pastor delivered an  n ppropriotc address.  Tho brif-kct picnic oponaored by the  Lifter Hur.croft TTraldwr*' softball"��������� tc.-im,  at Huscroft picnic grounds on Sunday  waa woll nttended and e& great all round  kucccbh. VinltorB weroT^oro fPOm all  points in tho valley. At baieball Canyon trimmed Copeland 11-0 aifid later doi  routed a Liutot-HuBcroftntne by a narrow martrin. At Boftlmll the Haiders  had no trouble In dlaposin**; of Creaton  WIldoutB tflrlH' team by a 22-14 mnrulri,  with MIpb Wobfitor unci Ida Uylnh doing  thc battosy work for the winnow. Th-r-r*-  wno tho UBual lino of iiportn fojr the child*-  rcn.   A refrcahment booth w������������ In oporat-  EASTERN  CANADA  i rGin uialions Fori Arthur, Ont.  and West, to  Stations Sudbury and East  *jyg$E 8 t������ 3������  Return limit  t  GOOD IN COACHES  Small additional charge for  "Tourist Sleepers.  A.pply local Agent  crosses ^.Hidden* Creek, and will be used  for milling and power pur poses upon the  Aspen: Mine,: described. as the - Aspen .  Group of. Mineral.Tfilaims^  key   claim  Aspen. Lot 12471;       V    ?-^  THIS  NOTICE was   posted   on the,  ground    on,  tSe   I4th   day   o������-L-i.7May.���������  1934.-:  A-copy-,of. this notice;.and -can  application pursuant thereto and- to the  "Water Act" wiii be filed in the bffi.ee of ^  the ?Water  Recorder  at   Nelson^- B.C...  the Cohntoller o|rWatjBr Rights, Parliam--.  ent ^Buildings, 7'Victbri'S, ?"B-C.; within '  thirty daysTaftef. the.f\rst apjieairince of  this notice rn.a?local riewspa^jer. "���������*������������������?���������   *   ."*?  SALMO MALARTIC MINES/LTD.  77;----7 '-V: ; 7-'���������'*>',--',   -.-. Applicant.:  v-   -,     Bisr^WiM. MYERS Agent.?  ._. -The.date of the first publication of this  notice u.Msy,lS^lSS4v;7^7 ^''.-7-;7y.-:... -._.>���������;.  7^,7?^^  ,. ;i;;-: 7 .. v"���������'?'��������� [sE'0.'i3m*[['-y yyy:���������.['.  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Jfasrchase Land  In the Nelson Land Recording District  of Kootenay, and situate in the vicinity  of Sandy Creek, near Lot 826b, Kootenay  'District.'  TAKE NOTICE that Pete Yurisich  and Mike Vojvodieh, of Nelson; occupation, ranchers: intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  N.E. corner of Lot 8255, thence east 40.  chain!*, south 40 chains, west 40 chains,  north 40 chains,   and   containing  40  acres more or less.    ,  PETE YURISICH, Ranch-r.  MIKE VOJVODICH, Rancher,  per CHAS. MOORE, Agent.  Dated April 22, 1934.  To k&m&p  Lawfns* and/ .  Pmsiu^OwS  Apply ammonium sulphate  every 4 to six weeks, 4 lbs. to  1000 sq, ft. when grass is dry,  then water if posfliWe. i  Garden and Field Crops���������  For crop-) growing In rows use Complete (  Fertilizer, Ammonium Phoaphuto or Ammoiiliim Sulphate no a t"id������ dre-mlng  nlorigsido the crop row on each sldo.'oa to two pounopi por l$0 foot of row.  Then cqltlvato fortlliaor into tho soil. Apply fortillKors to the soilj not on  leases or stoma.   EtEPHANT BRAND* '��������������������������� \  A MMONWM PHOSPHA TBS, A MMONIUM SULPHA TF>  ..SUPBRPHOSrilATJSS and COMPlBTEPEP.TfUZ^P.S  pound aa<*lm  supoly all essential plant fooods and can ho ob'tumuil U. liundri:  from all good dealers nt reasonable prlcoB.  Manufactured by '  The Gonsdlidatsd MSnlr.g& SmSllir.K Co^iissvy of Canada  TF9AIL.,    aO.C. LIMITED  USB ELEPHANT BRAND FEBMIZER ALL THROUGH W S������ASfi������ TftK , V-KJSS'JL'Oai   MJ2 V llfi w  -"T/  Brand  oxar an^r:-fi-n  ^.ssssw     /V5I1*     B^SBM, Jaffa  r pairs vm*������wtu J &.u  COW "FOR  due to freshen  A.'W< Siireiiiir/viuaijp- -juu>fc������r.  cow,  ���������.i.8*"  cuu.'  " SALE���������Jersey-Holsteth: B  reshen June   20th, third  5  .x.._j-*x.i.   ..    ������ s-.~'J .        ta  wiiiiiiiii'iir1  THE SONGS COME TO  YuU FRESH  You've sever heard their music  before--and   what   music!  ;  You5!! get them Srst, these new  and greatest hits in many years���������  and  hear them in a: errand love  story   crackling   with   laughter!  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cherrington were  Kimberley visitors oh Sunday, gong up  for the . Athletics-Kimberley. baseball  game. ���������*-,--'���������'      J     * **" '       **        ;  The crew of carpenters; is-making  good headway putting a new roof, on the  warehouse of Creston Co-Operative Fruit  Fxchang*-*'."** "    -%���������-,' ���������*  ^Breaking and burning -out of  electric  street lights was particularly, heavy in  1  i~km I A I    ���������  <*aBwe**-i.*.s  WYNNDEL  FHQNE 521  UU ICSfe  8  P.O. Box 31  CBESTpN  PHONE \w  %  B  i!  ' soft oms  with  SPENCER TRACY  "PAT" PATERSON  JOHN BOLES  Two-Reel- Comedy  SWEETS"   M-G  "DIVORCE  M News  Local and Personal  April., 22 new globes had to be installed  last month.    ���������      ,    .  TOMATO PLANTS���������For sale, Bonnets _, ������esct strong healthy plants, at  special prices, ready now Mrs. T. M.  Edmonson, Creston.  HOUSE. FOR RENT���������Five-room  house with . bathroom and .garage,  centrally located. Far particulars apply  Mrs. Fransen, CrestOn.    -  "" Rev. A. 6. Thomson was a visitor at  Nelson at the middle of the week for a  special meeting of Kootenay presbytery  of the Presbyterian Church..*-,-.-..  HOUSE FOR RENT���������4 room house,  corner Victoria Avenue. and Hillside  Road, immediate possession. A Anderson;*. "Victoria Ave, Creston.  WHOtmESAlmE  RETAIL.  I FRI DAY    -    SATU R DAY    -  MONDAY  3  IP &JG, per cake - - $  ^S OWNv 2 cks  .19  WITCH HAZEL, eke    .07  ������ aT^iK. & $ caice   ~ A-vio  Birth���������On May 23rd,. to Mr. and Mrs.  John Parkin, jr., a son.  ��������� _ The K.K Klub are^ssving a dance at  Wynndel, Friday, June 8th.  Mr. and   Sara. Stan. aacNeii were visitors at Cranbrook on Thursday last.  ... *    ''.  R. Walmsley got away on Wednesday  for a short visit with friends in Spokane:  Comfort's dairy commenced the evening delivery milk at the,first of the week.  Mrs. T. Rogers of Sirdar was a Creston visitor Tuesday, a guest of Mrs.  Fransen. ���������-- ���������������������������. ���������   v ��������� : v.> ' ,7.  TYPEWRITER FOR SALE���������-Corona  good-its'. riew,7$35 cash. Can be seen at  Review office.'-?^;.;, ;���������.,.-���������-..-7-^.7^?- ....   ';>-v-:?;  R. J. Forbes. M7R- Joyce and S; A,  Speers were business- visitors? at Nelson  at the middle of the week. V V  a������t>  figures  Ta aT������. .* .*l.. ������������������������������  JUUIIU9J.  night's   council meeting  ������������������ submitted showed that  to date  about $950 hasheen spent this year on  road and sidewalk improvements.  POTATOES FOR SALE���������Netted  Gem for seed;' Green Mountain, a good  table potato; 90 cents per 100 lb. sack,  delivered in town. Percy Boffey Ores-  ton. .  TOWN LOTS FOR SALE���������Three  lots,- each 50 x 150 feet, next-Christ  Church, plan.ed to fruit-trees; garage;  will sell' separately. Mrs. W. K. Brown,  Creston.  JUIS  suite,  "Mwa 1?  SALE���������Solid  ������*AA*m  leather    upholstered,    bargain,   .���������.���������._.H.-:Jacfepa,fP^ .;;--���������  c*      "'������������������ ?     - ..7 " '.���������*- :'���������'*-���������       -7'..-'"��������� ���������        '-���������-.'  Mrs. C. B. Twigg attd Miss Marjorie  Hamilton leftoOTuesday by atfto on a  visit with friehds at?New I>ettye������*7777- - ?*...  Mrs. Gaidzinsk! of TLethferldge. Alta.,  arrived on A1 onday on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Comfort  Mr., and Mrs    F.   C.   Rodgers ? were  Empire Day jvisito-js with?||;h,e patter's (  f.iather,rMr*J^iH%*a**i-?j������t J^iem^^J}^., ".  -.. -.".^ '������������������"���������':"-������������������'  ���������-'���������'������;'*��������� :���������'���������:". "���������' , '..?,W'-.:- ''-...-YfV;:?;J-7Sr7^.^" ".- 'A'~    "  The June meeting of CthecPreSbytiwian  Ladies Aid will .rbe at th^ home ".of -Mrs*  " :C7 ^A!lsn,?F^da.sv ;Aj$&&ji^������$ir, ������������������ 7-  V The village council is haying? aTspecial  ������������������ session- to-morrow afternoon to decide  -whether to inaugurate the.curfew-lawi;i  Mrh and Mrs-, T.. Goodwin..; were visiting with Calgary friends a few - days at  the first of the week, making the trip by  a..a._  UbU>. ���������  t  Cecil Moore's garage reports tbe sale  of & Ford V-8xTudor sedan to W. Hurack,  C.P.R. section foreman at Creston; The  firm has also disposed "of a7192ft O'd-**-r>0-  bile sedan to Robert Moore, who teaches  at Coal Creek:  Leslie Mclnnis left on Saturday  for Hawser for a couple of weeks' visit  with Mr. Mclnnis who is employed at  that point'.'with.'Gee*'-Mclnnis.'.  Mrs. M. Young had a very successful  sale of household furniture and effects at  h r residence Wednesday afternoon, with  Jas. Co   pton in charge as auctioneer.  At the 1934 convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of "Eastern^ B.C., at  Grand- Forks,? last week, *uhas. Q.  Rodgers was again .elected vice-president.  Choice  eg jmm  M. B. C.  Panfrv "Snd-ae  s uiibi j    vmiui"  i-PBUHB pkg.   %.  Flosst ftiiaUtv v'  KriRn  Ladies' Petidy to Wear Millinery  and Fancy Work.  SNAPPY NEW HATS���������only-one  Mae West left.  i iinnn  CatiAki  Shoppe  WANTED-2000  Highest market  every week.  En-  ���������Jf,7 A.? Sherwood,  STRAWBERRIES  crates of strawberries,  psiea. ��������� "Growers: paid  "Mire      irytmortmfr������>lv.!  agent, Creston.  At the7annual. meeting of the Kootenay Diocesan .Woman's Auxiliary at  Vernon last week Mrs. (Rev.) M. C. T.  Percival was reelected to the position of  junior secretasry.    .7  V^Td>night^ social* attraction is the  bridgeJ at":' the "Parish * Hall und<*r - the  auspices of "Crestoh Intermediate baseball club vpith cards at S. 15, and an admission of 35 cents.     7  The Mdy-sale^under the auspices of  Christ,Church Woman's Auxiliary at the  Parish Kail on Satu*rday?aftCTnoon - was a  splendid financial success, the cash in-i  take running to $55.  Upstairs���������Next Ross Meat Market.  E. Payne, jr.v left on Wednsday to resume work at the mine at Sabca. which  has been idle for tbe past four months  Strawberries^ are expected to   be   on  the shipping list "from Wynndel by the  middle of nest WT. ek.   Ordeas for crates  already filled fey, the Rodgers box factory  i di'ate tbeVgrdwers  are  expecting at  least an average crop-  To augment their funds for community work. Cref^dnWomenT Institute are  having a fes Slid ?sle of cookins* at the  home of Mrs.' Mallandaine on Thursday  af ter noon next. May 31st, from 3  to 5  p.m.. to which-all are jnvited.  The valley experienced-four degrees of  frost on Monday^m^rning. Treet fruits  are too far along 'lo'b'e effected, but  strawb -rriesmay have suffered,- .as - well  as the early ��������� uggetables. - Arrow" Creek  seems to have befen hit'the worst.  The. 1934 valley schools* track meet on  Friday was the most successful, of the  four held to date!, Ten schools ,were represented with 15*) pupils " competing.  j.*v***crc������������. scnoo. won .he- Cijarnpicnsnip  on points scored, with ,Canyon a? close  second. ..,..7   '"!:*'"-. ..  .S^m.A.m.A.A.A.m..A.A.A.A.A.A.  A 1 A ��������� IS   A 1,  .m.m.m   a.   a    a   a    j,   ^.^    a t a    m^   a   ^  Steady Heat in Your Home  Insures Better. Health "  ���������.  Don't gamble with your health by having varied temp-  eratvres in your home when you can get  Gait Coal.     WlHdfire Lump  Michel Furnace  TRUCKING and HAULING���������Large or small jobs given  prompt attention.  \A. S. H.   Deverson  of "Crawford "Bay  was a business visitor.in town onTues-  day.and  returned in a new  1934  Chevrolet    .light     delivery   purchased  ���������ureston  Motors.  COAL,    WOOD,        FLOUR,    FEED  '-*���������-���������-'^"���������y^   y   ������ ���������'-*-   ���������*���������'��������� ���������*��������� ��������� ���������s/^B#--Jis;--*������*r '"-���������y'-v ���������-yfy'^"f'T1? " %* '  'yv? -y ���������-y������������������������������������������������  iri*f-i*-f i4ifri    flA     *      l*      *\As4aAsialil>������A>l1.1AiAiAaafiiAB4lsAiiitl|  i.       Doing any building?   Putting in any new walks?   Fixing1  up the driveway?   Anything you want- hauled away?   If it'Is  SAND or GRAVEL, or prompt" and satisfactory- service at-  any kind of haulage, give us a trial:   Charges are* modest. "-  1  2  ���������7CREAM' 7';  Pint��������� ��������� 13c.  mUtaJfkmma  Delivered daily-���������morning  evening as desired^  or  ICE, lclb.  Delivered daily, except Sunday.  ��������� Mr. and Mrs B. F: Palmer, whose  marriage took place at Kaslo on Wednesday last,..are spending part of the  honeymoon at Creston, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Chas. Moore.  Creston Motors staff wag busy on  Wednesday un oading ahothpr carload of  thp 1934 Chevrolett* In this lot is a  special sedan, a special 5-passenger  coupe, a coach and a sedan.   *  Eleven quarts of milk for one dollar is  the new pric, effective this week with  Comfort's dairy,.which is providing^ delivery both morning and evening. They  are delivering ice at a cent a pound, t  H. Winch, M.P.P. for Vancouver East,  will speak in Trinity Church hall on the  Subject, "The Politics of a Derelict." He  appears under C.C.F. Club, auspices,  Tuesday evening, May 29th, at 8 o'clock  Creston Athletics rah into another defeat in their encounter- with Kimberley  baseball club at Kimberley on Sunday  from I afternoon,th*? -final score-standing 78-5.  C<-eston had jn'e best- of iiTor ihe first  six* innings,? iatf which period ths score  was 4-1 in favor of the locals.  B. A. COMFORT  noiriff  .llUilJf  Phone 37R  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  M. C. PERCIVAL, Minister.  REV.  SUNDAY. MAY .ST'  CRESTON���������8 am, Holy  Communion.  11 a.m., Matins and ,Holy Communion.  laiiB8iai'ai������aiBiiaiB'BiBHii,BiBiaiiaiBH������i<������amaii������������i,������������B'MwmBi������ii������Bii������iiii������������i8iiii   MMiaaiiaaiuaiiiiliiiiiaiiBaMat8iiiNiiaiaiHiaaiiiQ|  Bl.  H.  J-J^ve..' you;".' TrSinsnMassiGn , Sdind -  Diffiereiiftial, O1I7 ?' Ghaiigedi.   to  Summer?'' GraiSe-' now 7 that ������������������ -the  "���������������������������"'       - ''^"here.;7'7'--'7? '?7  '- mm ssAJB) ***. .ItyiHuiMta ?  warim  is  '   Bl  It "I"  ���������Cheerful Service.        Modern 'Equipment.'  Ex pert  W o f\% man shi p.  jb^.       .. ,....,���������..... Mm 1?       ������wa    ^m ' ' ^*m aits ^m^m. ^M*m..        viiaSllb     mm^m^gm.  ma      ^av. ^itama       ���������    mmt uHn^a^. . ^^ ,    ^mMbJ.      ttaa^M  \>S&Wll^'-vi������l^ O WMITafAV'[������..  .PhmiSme'tC-..   . ,'FORD DEALER ', "7  Gv.&&toirm]  CHEST CLINIC~r-Dr. A. S. Lamb,  travelling Provincial Health Officer and  Chest Specialist, will hold a chest clinic  in Creston Hospital,1 Monday afternoon,-  uno'.3rd. Examinations at this Clinic  are free; those wishing a consultation  are asked to make arrangements through  their family doctor.'  , ^"Thcrowas only a fair, turnout for th������  concert in Trinity United Church Wednesday night, at which Calium Thompson, a well known Vancouver tenor,  appeared, supported by G. R. John as  accompanist; Mrs. Geo. Jackg, elocutionist, and Miss Edith Johnston, pianist.  W. J. Truscott "presided.  There wan a pplcndid turnout of Girl  Guides and their parents on Thursday  night for a Special meeting of the  Guides in Mallandaine's hall. On behalf of the Womep'a Institute, which is  pponsorinc* the vOrk. Mrs. C. F. Hayes  prespntpd the troup with their cortificatp.  Mrs. Doi"kerill of| Trail Kootenay commissioner for the guides, was here on an  official visit and presented the badges.  It wns dpcided to have a church parade  on Sundny, May 27th, as their annual  clu.b.worship.���������-' ','?, ?,';,?,,",....., .  Members of the L.O.B.A.-were out in  force on Thursday^afternoon lant at the  homo of MrB. John Spratt, for a farewell  reception for Mrs M. Young, n chart r  member of the order hero, who If* Ion >  Ing next month to take up pormanont  renidence in England. There waa gi-eat  vartpty to tho nftornonn'H informal  fioclnoillty and just deforo lunch was  served the guest of honor was presented  with a silk pcarf, Mrs. Spratt making tho  Sresentation in  appropriate terms, and  Ira    Young making  suitable acknowledgment. '���������'-,-'������������������"'' V  The May mooting7 of Creston Post  Cnnudinn Legion Women^s Auxiliary  wan hold on May 15th>at tho Mallon-,  daino . hall.. '-Tho .pj-uptdotiB.,,iwlia ,VV.  McL Coonnr, prpwlded, and thorn wan h  fair littonoonco. It was decided to havo  ono of tho provincial executive roproafcnt  Creaton auxiliary at tho Legion convon-  tlon ot Portland, Oropon, in Juno.  Lottora of thnnkn aro to bo Bent Mrn. W.  II. Cartwright and Mr������. Mallandalno for  -jlftH to tho auxiliary, F|owor������ and fruit  will bo sent aide' mombors Mrn. M.  Young kindly nupplyhiH tlio floworn.  Tho toa houtcBt-oH wero ��������� Mra. Coopci*,  Mm CowllnK. Mrs John Hall and MrB,  ���������ClW. V. Jnclcnon.  MM  FMMEMm we are doing our best to give you value for  your money in CORBIN WASHED COALS and .TEWELL.-  Plenty of Dry Firewood; any length   ataf% aVfet  y a^T^Tsf^t mm. 5  liKF*^ 11.JN  Er% A  *m H *<r% V? ff������  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  "������������������������������?���������  ���������f y>'������'  't'f ">'*'������'*'?'* 'W  i itMNdriiif  PHONE 18    r  -.w-w^w'-w w  .w'4rwwvmm'  ���������^���������^���������iaj) 'B*-  .A ,. *. . J8.^.A ��������� A ^m^tk.Am4*ma^mmjA.AaakmA^m.. A . Aa^mmaAlmAmAmmA^mmJAmAmmmAmA, ^A %AmmAmJAmAm^*mam  Choice Local Fresh Killed Beef  Local Lamb /-and ^ M&tte"  Grain fed Pork and Veal  Spare Ribs Tripe Liver Hearts  Corned Beef Tongues Pickled Pork  Whitefish Salmon Halibut Cod  Finnan Haddie      Kippers  BURNS & COMPANY, Ltd.  m  ^  tH  ���������*"*"** 11 wJFB!"��������� 'Ma**ta***S*f***ri*ia*f'   *Calfi mmmmwf-mmm  "uSa^B w K������ ��������� WW* B WW   *bu9#B w m* Baa.  Tax Absorbed  On all Toitefiitts* Perfumes,  Tooth preparation**, Shaving  Preparations, and Antiseptics.  The new plan passes the saving all to the customer.?���������������'���������-,  .t     ZJ *mji mj    lim UvM  mm ^.m...      m% mm m.  m*A\r. \*,   V.MJ.VB  SAVE WITH SAFETY.  CRESTON DRUB ft BOOKSTORE  :'���������'- ���������'* G-iflo. i-i. Kioijiiv;  Jrtl ItL   Jwl xWU   $w***\TO-   J*% 5WU Jrtt,   Jot ������J1fc Jit*   Mm m*   -Jffc ill*  *tVt TO-   Jnt 3wt   Jp/t JPft,   JWt Wi,   Jit !lfe������ VffSSTt  ���������������tj..*mV.      7rrfywsr**frhlkr   ��������� IS     -ft'  ."ryif'a a/   a ������������/ ^y ���������        VJ.airfB.,1 J. w'..'k* ���������        "^"      - ^^  ORANGE PEKOE BLEND  ^Fresh from the Gardens4  Music Festivals And Soring  a. e*  er*  ���������  The music festival season, whether by accident or design, coincides  -With spring: in this Western country; and it is peculiarly fitting} that it  should.   The two seasons are highly compatible.  Spring is essentially the season of song���������of the joy of new birth, of  life freed from, tho trammels of winter, of new hope and refreshment, of thc  seed-time and the Oiling and bursting of tne buds, of the urge to new endeavor, of faith and a more expansive contentment. The pagans of old celebrated its advent with rites in which music was the vehicle of expression  of that mirth and jollity the softer sun inspired.  The association of spring with song i3 universal���������has been universal  down the ages; for in the spring, nature awakes from long hibernal sleep to  the notes of it3 own orchestra arid the song of its own choristers. What  snore fitting- then than that the soul of man should "blossom in singing"  ���������when spring brings life anew to prairie and woodland!  The music festival idea has given point and purpose to man's urge to  ���������vocalize the finer aspects of his emotional existence and experience. The  remarkable growth of that idea in prairie communities, indicated in the consistent expansion of the festivals, is one of the most reassuring evidences  of the enduring quality of the,social organization these communities reflect.  The joy of singing and the love of music, emotions never realized nor appreciated to the full unless they are shared, are infallible knitters of closer  ties of friendship and fellowship. The association thus cemented inures to  & deeper sense of that brotherhood of man which makes the whole -world kin.  Song- is of tho heart and of the spirit���������a weaver of the very fabric of  community life. Music symbolizes the harmony of which that life is compact and without which it cannot long survive. It is significant that visitors  to rural communities of the prairie west have been struck with the fulness  of the social life obtaining in them, despite the lack, of those adjuncts which  are considered indispensable to the amenities of city life.    This feature has  uc������u   jTcauaiacu    u.������jOjl*   yjaj.a-iCUiSTiy   IH   T���������acS,uGn    a.O   the    T&SS.Ot������T   Communities  where residents have* learned to rely upon their own resources. and their  own proclivities for social organization,, and where, in co-operative endeavor, they have managed to add spice and variety to their ordinary  routine. 7  Music and song have thus become the greatest adjutants of peace and  contentment among the scattered communities of the far-flung prairies.  They have contributed greatly towards the alleviation of the pangs of disappointment. They htave made hardship Jess onerous, reaction less disruptive. These annual festivals, bringing, as they do, urban and rural dwellers  of kindred tastes tog-ether, and demonstrating; as they do, a heritage common to the divers peoples composing the population of the western  provinces. ar.e contributing much towards developing that fellowship  which, wider than the communal, reaches through the provincial into  the national life.  It is right that the winter should be a season of preparation and prac-"  tice; but it is essential that the festivals should be of the spring. That's  ivhere they belong.  Stowaway Makes Good  Bey On Antarctic Ship Has Becctme  Popular With Crew  "Fourteen-year-old Emar Lamberg,  Who stowed away on the whaling  factory ship Southern Princess, has  made good. Emar was discovered  When the ship was on her way to the  Antarctic. He had crept into the  ship the night she left Sandefjord,  Norway, and hidden under a barrel  until hunger forced him to reveal  himself. The skipper admired the  lad's pluck, and made him assistant  steward. His quickness and keenness  soon made the boy extremely popular  with all the -crew. In dark hours  after a hurricane had smashed the  rudder of the Southern Princess and  It seemed certain that she would be  lost with all hands, Emar proved his  Worth. His bright cheery manner  and utter disregard for danger helped  the morale of the older men.  Wolves Kill Caribou  ���������3Ky   v������8uig������a %������QaG*~*',"5g  At Different Altitudes  ** "������������������"**" '"���������"��������� *  Moscow   "Experts   Studying   -Records  - Taken In Stratosphere Flight  Remarkable evidence of changes of  color ln the sky at different altitudes  in the stratosphere is one of the re-  suits which have been obtained by  the experts in Moscow who are  studying the records left by the crew  of the Soviet stratosphere balloon  Stratostat which crashed after reach-  in- the record'heighc of over i3 miles.  Investigations are being carried on  under the direction of "5u*. Thomson,  the senior-scientific worker of the  Central -.. Weather Bureau. Tho gondola of t"*$o Stratostat carried numerous irustruments for*-making- automatic observations at various periods  of the ascent arid descent.  ��������� Among the data on which the experts have been working are twelve  photographs taken at different altl-  tu-les. and t^c^-ty-seven spectrum  observations.  The results of the preliminary investigations are stated to show that  tine sky gradually changes color aa  follows: 5.2S- -roiled', marine "blue;*  6.83 miles, dark bluer *8.08 miles,  dark violet; 1*1.81 miles, dark violet  iutt-riue; i3.C������5 miles, dark, violet grey;  13.6?7ncdles,'j'qi'ta^  -This evidence bears out observations made byprofessor Piccard, the  Belgian balloonist, and also by the  crew of the Soviet Stratostat TJ.S.-  8^.iJv^i^''riDa^eA'a, previous high  record attempt, who recorded that  the'"'sky at 11.81. miles high was "very  dark violet."  The experts state that valuable  records of sky colors were made by  M. Vassenko up' to the time when  disaster overtook the balloon at a  height, apparently, of 7.46 miles on  the downward descent.  China's Guide For Pilots  According to experiments in Italy,  hens fed whole wheat flour laid more  fertile* eggs than hens fed white flour,  and the chickens from such eggs  were larger and healthier.  Trapper   Brings.   Tale    Of    Wanton  "Destruction From North  Bringing stories of terrific onslaughts made by roving packs of  wolves while the caribou were migrating, Edwin Sunquist, trapper of  the sub-Arctic, reached The Pas,  Manitoba, following nine "months of  travel west of Churchill.  Sunquist with his partners, John  Ivanchuk and Charles Hendren, left-  last July with supplies for winter  trapping 165 miles north of Brocket.  They travelled by canoe, and  reached their headquarters on Oc������ 11.  During the trip they saw no caribou.  But on the morning after their ar?  rival, they went outside to find the  migrating herds passing their door.  Thousands of animals were moving  south. Following close on their heels  were packs of from five to 35 wolves.  Sunquist said tho wolves in many  cases killed purely ' for wantonness, and when there wero not deer  to knock down, they turned on each  other.  "Lighted Clock Greets Ships Enter-  bag Port At Shanghai  Instead of TLiberty's flaming torch  to greet iarriying vessels, China has  erected a memorable landmark, in a  clock, thirty feet?in ^diameter. Visitors entering tlie"w'hangpo rivar off  the Woojmng Forts. are now .struck  by the hew tide indicator.  Figures from zero; to 18 cover tbe  rimof this gigantic face which at  night is illuminated by Neon tubes  visible for at least a mile- out in  clear weather.  The hands of the clock are gsared  tb an automatic mechanism for registering tide depths. The, devi2e was  put into position by : the Whaugpo  Conservatory Board   as   a   guile   to  skippers.  The basa cf the dial is a "Tre**  arrow, whose position shows whether  the tide is rising or falling. The  complete outfit, rising high above the  Woosuhg flats is a -memorable sight  to visitors, particularly when it  shines in welcome out of the darkness.  In their natural state tho ruby and  the sapphire are identical in composition, their difference in color  "boln-j duo fiololy to naturally Included metallic oxides.  Thc tall-growing hybrid delphiniums so popular in Canadian gardens  can be raised from seed easily, but,  as thoy do', not como true, anyone  wishing to increase tho stock of a  ppoclnl plant must do so by dlyiflion  of the roots of that plant.  NMvtpittg  SsWim bmbb ^S'^S^ES^S b^^bb j^nSs^nB m\v*\ ^St "b^mbiE QlVcL^Bl afin3 ���������fir E*a3  Weak, Sinking Feelings  If piointf up stairs, climbing hilto, walking too far;  if tbo least oxortion causes you to stop to Bet your  breath, or if you havo wank, frink'nu* feelings, it in  time for you to ������t.op and think na to the cauHo of your  trouble.  What you nhould do la tako a couroo of MilburnV*  H. & N. Pills. Thoy tone up ond ntroiiftthcn the  vital orgmiM m> iih to provont nny harmful nttnoka of  dlHeiwo.   - -  JxmV\ your dniirir-lat for MSIh������rn'������* IT. Jk N. HR"������  Tenants Steal Building  Remove It Piece By Piece To Spite  "Landlord  Charged with stealing a building,  several tenants of a7 row of flats  have been arrested in "Khodel, Poland.  Back of this is a case of revenge  against the renters* landlord. Following a long series'-of clashes between the Occupants -and -the owner,  the tenants got together and decided  to steal tho building. Stone by  stone, door by door, window by window, thoy removed their flats several  miles away and reconstructed them.  Calling to collect his rents thp landlord found on empty space whero his  flats had beon. He aroused the village and a search was started. Aftor  many days thq flats woro found, Inside ware the tenants, enjoying -life  without the shadows j>t a landlord's  cittia.' The irate owner had ^thqm  arrested, but la puzzling how ho will  got his building , back whero it "be-  loriga.   , ";,7 '?" V-7",  a B8J8 g-a g-a a 8SS a a^a ssggni^a  Wise smoke?* who "roll *halr ce^a?* cigzssii&s a-re caakt  ing 1 Oc do a bigger job ihss ever b������fcre.- They're using  Turret JBine Cut���������the mild, cool, fragrant tobacco that  gi*?*2*s -thesx more-an**! fsetter smokes for tbe s&ssxa snottey  aad Poker Hands to exchange for free gifts.  ������ * ���������  A turn to Turret Fine Cut is a turn in the right direction  s;; greater economy, greater pleasure and the extra value  of Poker Hands.    Don't wait!  Say** Poker WsltAz io get Be"?** Cigare-fto ropers  FREE���������"Crcr/body agrees that *���������Chantecler" and 4*Vogne" are the  best papers���������you can gee 3 large books of either brand���������free for  only ottf complete set of Poker Hands, from your'nearest Poker  Hand Premium Store or by mail from P.O* -Bos 13 SO, M,os.tsssl.  It pays to "Roll Your Own" with  TURRE T  FINE !CU.T"~:v"'  CIGARETTE TOJBACCO .  SAVE    THE    POKER    H AN D S  *ugsps������u!l Tebsecb ���������jomp*������? ai Cmttadm* iioiitcd  Of rocont years, a iiumbor of  promising smootlt-aw-nb-l bnrloys  havo boon produced by dlijCoront  plant-breeding iniHLitutioiiu, incKuding'  tho Dominion ISxpurimont**!,-��������� Farms,  but thoao varlotlOH havo not yot boon  toatod for a sufllcicnt"'ieiigth-of tlmo  to, say.-which Is tho most desirable*.  For'tho-present, however, the variety  called Velvet In favoured In Iflastern  Canada, while Regal appoarn -moot  promlalng !ai thc Wcot. ?  Figures Show Improvement  Avi>ri$o    Value    Ox    Cnuauiaii    I^������*Ij5  Stock Has Increased  The   average  value  of  farm  land  in Canada in   1933,   including   both  improved   and   unimproved 'land   as  well    as    dwelling    houses,    barns,  stables ahd other farm buildings, is  placed at $24 per acre in an estimate  recently issued by the Canadian government.    This    shows    no    change  since    1932.      Average    farm    land  values  range from  $63 per acre  in  British Columbia to $16 per acre in  Manitoba,    Saokatchcwan    and    Alberta.^.,.'.- ;' 7: J, ' .  Average   values  placed   on   farm  livestock   are:   Horses,   $52;   milch  cows,  $31*  other cattle, $17;  sheep,  $4;  swine, $8.89. The changes from  1932 values are slight except in the  case  of swine,  which   have,  almost  doubled, having increased from $4.73  to $8.89.    In tho   same   period   the  average value of wool increased from  five   to   ten  cents   a  pound.    Total  value of all farm livestock in 1933  amounted to $403,135,000, an increase  of about $27,500,000 over 1032.    The  value  of fartn: poultry is placed at  $33,456,000, a slight falllng-on" from  tho value jn the previous year.  Avorago wages of fanja "hands dur-.  ing the. summer HadsonTworo ^17. per  month for men u,hd $10 per month  for women, board and lodgings, In  both cuaes, being furnished by tho  employer'. Counting in the value of  board tho -"vvoraicfo wages for mon  woro $82 por month and for women  $22 per month.  "Made In China  ������s  ujinuwui, ������,������tmn.x3   XJ������* J8Ji������i>as  juibiou  mjummxmm.���������  kerchiefs "For American Trade  Handkerchiefs for sale in Atlantic  City bearing the tickets, "Pure Irish  Linen," and "Made in China," so  aroused a visitor that he ".promptly'  wrote to the Belfast Times about it.  Ih reply John Gilliland of7 Belfast,  Director of the Irish TLlnen Guild declared tliat China ia now buying  thousands? of pieces of linen to be  ���������made up into handkerchiefs and embroidered for the American .trade.  "Although Irish linen Is used/' ho  said, "owing to U.S. Customs laws,  articles coming into that country  can only bo accepted if thoy are  marked with the place of origin���������  that is China. It is really a question-  of China obeying the Customs laws.  As a matter of fact Ulster manufacturers are keeping a good grip on  the handkerchief, trade in America."  77 ..-^Mavo?Never,;'So^n^Witln?'', ?  Because of drodght there are children ton years of ago In South West  Africa who have never soon rain.  They havo been discovered m by tliCr  Mlhlater of, Lands who ropqrtp thut  rain^has not falien for seven yectis  .in? some-,.dlstrlcto.7??   ���������"-.;���������.7?���������.-���������?;: :7'-'  -rrr*  y**/- "'���������"'  ^-mmm+y  I.     ......  -' ���������;:  '",^'[  "*,'.[","  Iceland's capital i������ named Hoyk-  javlk, moaning smoking,harbor, after,  l;ho hot springs, which aro so prevalent in tlio country.  Cattlo are n6w branded palnlossily  With a clitnyilcal ' that'. removes   the  *iair -and lc?.roa .'the 'olsln ;whlto,? .;  tti feot of whlli) or coloured  paper for kitchen uao���������covertJa*  ottolveo, lmlner drawers, oto.     :���������*  "TWairoN. ONTAWO  mmm***mm ' "i wmmifu. iimi ( lamnai  >v. i*?.' v. ,2m Wj������&8^^  ^������������������aa���������a���������a������������������^���������.-    ,-   ���������   ,-���������������������������-,   - ..      ..^^a^MM^*aa������^SaaMMJ^������a<MW^MB������Mfc^atMWsaBaWSSaa1MJSWIII>aii������a������lfc������a������>M������M.^  -        -     - * ��������� ' ��������� _J___^_^J^__^J___^___   .. _      .        -    ^ ��������� ,  ���������   .a   ������ ^_^ . _ _  . .    .        .      _      . /  fKiJPOSAL MADE  wWaMTrnm  at &t������VA������*f  ill AKAKUSJN  ARMS PARLEY  .   <3aneva.���������A  proposal   to   abandon  OTaaa,   A4aAmnxmxxrtxtMrx4r    fiAwfpBl'jwnJtf' m-f"^*    "!**.  = *._^.��������� ������������������������- >������������������y,.^s^3rs.th-������ ���������<-���������w-    ���������*-?*��������� - - -  ���������port its^fallure to'-the^ Lteague ,of J"*"a<r  irons r council" was" tentatively *'lc,unch-  tm        ~mm V V        ' -,������-      * -** *" ^ Jfcl  ^bs-S       ~"L&������*-       ^h^>%B������mt^mm^+mmaAsA.        mtmam ^A������<Bf������  "********��������� MJT       WiiJk^A C11W     IWCbUVI. I3a>  Although tbe V idea has .not   beep  Boost Tourist Industry  'V*V'fk9%*rkB  -������       A������      AVM*^*mjk%?      M.   %*M.        Aim?'.*        XjntJMUW  ������0>BhWSW������^������t.l',a,Ni������    ���������XWtACalAWv'aV.SVj't 44-      taF*     1w������% ^.wmwmat      ��������� .*���������,,     *Vt������<k  *v������ ������mwi*^    juf* v**V-*A**W**.^    4*v    a".****"   **nv**v *rr aa    %j\*    "np"w  under consideration by*, statesmen  seeking to inject n&& lite into an ill  Bf*������ til-fin**  *w~ ���������** ^ ,.  Encouragement for friends of dis-  trmament came at the same time in  a, statement ,of _ France's foreign  minister, "Louis Barthou, that'he had  not given up hope of an agreement,-  and in reports that Germany is cou-  ������idering returning to the. conference.  Indications axe that the powers  are trying to force France- to show  her hand on the question of guarantees, and that France Is trying* w induce Great Britain into a- pact^ for  mutual military aid- in the event  that ^ cither Franco or Britain, is attacked.  Foreign.  Muuaiejr "Caribou's   prcc-  karmxmj-itxxx   trrnxxxrlafx'   +ex   nnwrxf-AY   W-r\t*   TflrtV**,  for eventual conference adjournment.  The impression prevailed here that  disarmament will continue in-a deadlock until .the-1935 Saar plebiscite  decided whether that area will be'  returned to Germany, and until Germany herself returns to the confer-  Canada Not Dumping Wheat  ���������Scsoral  "Manager   Of   "Wheat- pools  "Denies Published Report  Winnipeg.���������Denial of~ published reports the Dominion s*overn_me������t will  dump its wheat holdings on the "-market was made by John I. McFarland,  -general manager of the Canadian  wheat pools.  Rumors "have been current among  the   grain   trade   for   several   days  . forced selling of government holdings  "was contenvnlated. *  The Ottawa ' correspondent of ~ a  weekly financial ^journal "repc^tea:  "With about three months of the  ��������� crop: year remaining, it is_ learned  here" the Dominion government intends to force wheat on the market  fn order to bring Canada's exports  op to the London wheat agreement  total of 200,000,000 bushels. Sixty  million bushels of Canadian wheat  remain to be sold before the end of  July and information here is that the  wheat will be marketed -notwithstanding slight price losses which  may result."  "Art*. TUT������TjBq vlflwJ        ntofail       *������������       ������UC������".  policy has even   been   discussed   in  Canada.  'Post In This Connect'on  Ottawa.���������A new cabinet post, that  of minister of the tourist   Industry,  was advocated before*the senate tourist committee.  > - m >  -The new,portfolio was proposed by  "Morganr- Eastman, Toronto, fprmer  director., of the Greater Vancouver  tourist bureau -and** one of"������*fce drgan-  .JsersTjof. ithe" Fuget Sounders, a- bureau  co-operating* between Vancouver and  Seattle,, Washfngton.  present provincial tourist activities  are inadequate, Mr. Eastman said.  The tr3.Eisport2.tion companies are  mainly^ concerned with the prospective tourist, traveling by rati, while  75 per cent, of the tourists entering  Canada come .by motor. Tlie bureaux  maintained by various cities have a  purely local motive. There.is not at  present "'a'national" tourist consciousness designed to boost all of Canada  and net thc separate provinces. These  were tho reasons given for creation  of the new portfolio.  The government -has ~ developed  some wonderful attractions in our  national parks', said Mr. Eastman.  But these attractions arc not being  sold to the extent-they should be in  foreign countries.  bureau placed under the direction -of  the minister of trade and commerce?'' asked-* Senator ' Creelman  MacArthur, Summerslde, F.EJ.  The Canadian Pacific and the  Canadian National Railways presented a joint brief to the* committee, based on the present touristr advertising activities of the transportation companies.  /The brief was prepared by J. Murray Gibbon, general pre^s representative of C.P.R.,   and r<2'.   K*.- Howard,  manager of the tourist and conven-  ������������������ tion bursa*!*-, of CN.""*".  The "railways advanced the. "-piniotn  that advertising hr*, the United States  under the government's own name  might react unfavorably, tending to  be denounced as propaganda.  &IAi7HEAI> BOARD  Marketing Bill  waackeiisuvs *S������liig~< Approves srrvpvscs*'  Changes Ss A*?t  Ottawa"���������A significant statenient  by Rt. Hon. Mackenzie King that the  amendments proposed to the marketing biU by "Hon.' Robert Weir had  met some of his * objections to the  measure was made-in. the house.  The Liberal   leader   went   further  HFCimaTfAMq  *lia*\S-y- ������ &������  u'lfiTllf lUjltkI HJOI7 l������ ���������  i* i ww m m wm iiw MB* S3*. I  vt aaui  ImUl   fVJLilU  DELEGATES ENDED  LondoQ.-~-Ten days of private nego-  *Ui|aW*iAi       f/yHa*!- VV������A       VU^a       mmtAJBf       mm\^mAJt,-^   WV4m$X^<JL%t  Hon. Gordon. Harrington, former  premier of Nova Scotia, and now  leader of ihe Opposition ia that' province, who is mentioned as a possibility for the post of chairman of the  Board- of Railway Commissioners.  The vacancy was- created when Hon,  C. P. Fullerton became chairman nt  the Board of Trustees of the Canadian National Railways.  Advances In Aviation  .and'suggested that if the ^govern- 77 vg"7"' TIT "^��������������� -f**������r -^  ������,o������f ^,������������^A 4K0 ia.^i������i������t"fln in- re- question whether Argentina caa be  ment,  caangea ine iegisiat.Oii ui- x*s- ������r. .       ,-,        ..    - ^^^~  m~mmmi +^ iJl ������^-r ^- -~- - ~<- -J-  provajxtcd   from. breaking*  the   1&33  spect to tne pow*������xe������ o*..tne coaras w--     -     ��������� *-������  I enact regulations and made such  power a government- responsibility,  "as far as I am / concerned I -would  cease tc have any opposition to the  measure as a measure of an experimental character."  Mr. King stressed that one of the  basic things in the British constitution was the control of pa**liament  over expenditures *This * principle  was ignored in the measure, he said.  Expenditures "under the bill should  be made by appropriations of parliament. Strong exception also had  been, taken.- by the opposition; he  said, to part two, which- left it to  a particular group appointed to investigate and determine what was to  be an offence."  "I ani glad to notice the-government had taken account of the force | ^JP1*^ i.Dr'   Thomas   Le   Breton  of   the    exception   taken    to    tnese  First Inland Aerial Mail Service in  British -Isles  "London.���������TwoTnotable advances in  British' aviation were announced  with the maiden flight of the Scylla,  largest air liner in the world, and inauguration of the first inland aerial  mail service in the British Istcs,. to  commence shortly.  The Scylla made her maiden flight  question whether Argentina ^caa- be  prevented   from. 1  wheat agreement.  - A report of tike' deliberations was  being sent to the governments concerned, mciudmg" Canada; the United  Stated, Australia and Argentina.  It was indicated the report includes a tentative compromise arrangement under which no set  amount would be loaned to Argentina on her quota under existing  wheat export agreements.    -  It was known that during- final  sessions a firm demand was presented that Argentina reform its wheat  sales practices before getting a bigger slice of the world wheat maxket.  Representatives of the Dominions  and the United. States ---yere said to  have stood pat on their insistence  that-Argentina must curb her alleged  clauses," said Mr. King, "and is proposing to make a material change  which will meet-all that there was  in the nature of opposition to that  part of the measure. The government is proposing to do away, with  the word 'determine' and substitute  the word 'report*. _, -k     '  "That means that when an investigation is held a re"port will be made  by the investigators to the minister  and to the government.    The report  to  Paris.    Built   for   Imperial  Air  ways, she carries 39 passengers, two! will be public, and undoubtedly will  pilots, a wireless operator and stew- i he serviceable   in   helping   to   make  ��������� I       .ac..J.I..~     4-Vma     -\ormr- wr"������;      ^fiETSTfl  Is Motor Accident  Sir Austen Chamberlain Bruised And  Badly Shaken:  London.���������Sir Austen Chamberlain,  former foreign secretary, was bruised  and badly shaken up as the taxicab  in which he was riding collided with  P|������mter   Henry   A-^ouiiccs   Voting  v '    ^        Day Juno 18th  .-Toronto. ��������� The    Ontario   general  elections will, be held June IS.   Qui-  oiai nomination*** '"-"it! be ������������������ held June 12  ard. She ts powered with four 550  horsepower engines. The passengers  are able to dine and hear radio programs.  The airmail service, to open in" a  few days, will'run between Inverness  and Kirkwell in the Orknev islands.  to preventing the enhancement of  prices or the restraint of trade which  is unreasonable and unfair."  %������ ������_, 4l������^  m ^mrmmm* kmAAmAW.  mm9mm%*mmmmmm.mi.ism.mm.  \AXm>A%*^***m*A.*m*>Amm.  came' here May 6 In the hope of obtaining a 40,300,000 bushel loan.  Saskatchewan Gaim  3  +m*A  and advanced polls on June 16 and  18.  Premier George S. Henry announced the dates and* also dissolution of Ontario's legislature. Premier Henry made his brief announcement from the open window of his  automobile as he left Government  House. He had been conferring for  20 minutes with Lieutenant-Goveraor  Herbert A. Bruce.  The lieutenant-governor signed the  order-in-council providing for dissolution of the legislature and issuance of the writs. Premier Henry  did not issue his election manifesto.  Por three days Premier Henry nnd  his cabinet have held conferences ois-  cussing the election date and pie-  paring the Conservative manifesto.  At the conclusion of the conference,  the election date was forthcoming.  For weeks party heads have been  Pennyworth To Be Scrapped  Montreal.'"��������� Manseau s Shipyards,  Limited, of Sore!,' Que., has purchased the British freighter Pennyworth,  it "was learned here, and w'll -scrap  tha - ���������vf*������s������-,'l - " Thfl nvfes c������uld ������������*' b^ ' end  learned. The Pennyworth grounded  last autumn on the Island of Orleans, near Quebec City, and all  efforts to free her proved unavailing.  Lost Race "With.Fire  San Diego.   Cal.���������Overcome   on   a  mountain trail  in a desperate   race   sei   ������or   Saskatchewan,   placed    the  Natural   Resources   Case   Press  To Dysart Commission  ' Ottawa. ��������� Saskatchewan's claims  against the Dominion, growing from  federal   administration of the prov-  ������mm ******~������   ���������%** -bV*i v������*������1    ivSf*������#Mi*aMAe!    4pm*r\m*m,    *3 *0*f|IBt    ���������"hra  1930, were presented formally before the Dysart royal-commission.  .The COZDuUaaion. has "been sitting  since February 5, with long* adjournments necessitated by hearings in,  Regina as well as Ottawa. A vast  amount of documentary evidence  was submitted by both sides previous  to the opening of oral arguments.  P. H. Gordon, Regiija, chief coun-  from flames fanned by a strong wind,  three Sera��������� camp^ Tnembers . perished  in the forest blaze near Julian. The  men/with about 22 others, had raced  to -safety from flames which threat-  ! o,-.->sj to trap them, in a gulch. (  -Destroyer Taken Over  Lisbon.���������A crew of British tars  took over a Portuguese-built' destroyer here in behalf of the Columbian navy.  Narrow Nationalism  London.���������The chief obstacle to the  attainment of international security  is a spirit of narrow and self-seeking  nationalism which refuses to pay the  price, whereby security and - recovery  ban be achieved, Sir John Simon, the  foreign secretary, told the House of  ^���������WSUjUA^UO*  another cab in Grosvenor square and r , Mt       ���������  j   .,  overturned.      Examinations    showed fcampaigning in preparation fot-  the  ao bones wore broken.  Lord Dawson of Penn, the king's  physician, happened to be passing at  tho time of the accident and stopped  his car to render aid. He-was surprised to recognize thc victim as Slr  Auotcn and took him to his home.  A bulletin Issued said: "Sir Austen was badly shaken and a great  deal bruised whon hia taxicab was  run into and overturned. Fortunately no bones wore broken,  '"rovinc^'s  total cl���������*"-***.  vote. Premier Henry and his cabl  not ministers havo dclivorcd addresses at numerous nomination  meetings, and Mitchell F. Hepburn,  Ontario Liberal leader, has waged tt  busy campaign.  "?y?:? :,;7.?7 ,''?;;To.:%7Poported7'V VjyVv -���������('  the^ transatlantic shipping season  hero iai dharles itinrado,''fl'a^'iniitlyb^q**!.  'tho'-Ifllo',of'Ma'h1. ' H*>Jini-rided;from'tlti*-  frolghtor Carmona, out of^Newcastle.  Ho pleaded guilty and was flenfconcbd  to' four, weeks}; ii-t'' jali;:;afiio-r  Is; tb'' b^^de^'pitifedt'1'���������''"'' 7'"'./'?.' ?";:,,?7"''' '''7?;  ;[''[['[ j[r[CTtt^C!^  7 ,'''Parlfl}'''-^,.,;Frai-iC<i's'''' cra8*!k7:dljitdncci'  -S"r*C***M,,.2?.ii"v"l ,Ccclo^,.wild, JwiiAvA*iyv .Hoywi,,  "aro considering 'plans' for q, Paris to  Lon Angoloa or Sirtn FranoltiCo flight,  bH an' attempt to smcish thoir oiyn  .'*uoi������.-'al;op'?re:picik-d,v '?������������������������������������������������������; ''';VV ?���������'.���������;';.      ' "77  ';. j :,. J,-",.",..-'..'���������.,'. ,-   '���������    ";..���������,-. .      . ,'���������   '<���������-<��������� ' .'.'-,��������� .- .. .-   .  IE.���������JaWM.H..ilW||i,WiWl^.iiiMWiiWI^.I^MWWi.^M'iJ.."  Cowboys For Rodeo  Montreal. ��������� Wild   horses,   steers,  calves and cowboys, theTmakings of  the rodeo 1-hat -will, be phowii in London .-' 'shbrtly'7'7^  aboard the freighter Ncirtontan; Only  B0,i7of ?;; the 7'cqw^qysV^^  'f^olghtori''.^ tho"; -"te^lnittg. 120  lpayihg;?lator^,ohi* the ;y,'j|lnd'iJ ^Auvft-^in^-  Tho -cowljoya (are7 from Alberta and  several of tho sOuthwestbrn Btates.  Washlngt,bn.r-The  $4O;0O,00p' item  iOr;7tho r'pnlted'; '';Btatbs7navy;}"Presl-  .jdo'iiit-! Rqb**weit71ncluded l*a?,hlfl?latest  ^udlBotary i roqi,iOBt; to congre8a, will  ;bdl:'!tUr*aed?tq,'' the���������' OOnstrtictiloh' q-f; sub-  marines?,.and^dieairpyorfl,"������[.!>?"';,' 7?'}.,''  .warn.     ^.Jk^.Jk,^J^.b.,-*  .751. ...This .was Jnade up of a claim  for 31",000,00d acres of land the province charges the Dominion with having- Alienated, with a tentaiive_yalue  of $4, per acre, a total of $124,207,-  460 with interest;- loss of taxes, $2,-  538,535; loss of grazing rentals, $1,-  157|909; loss of timber revenue,' $26,-  598,276;. school lands and school land  endowment, fund, $7,127,571.  J. MacGregor Stewart, Halifax,  chief counsel for ������the Dominion, advanced tentative counter claims of  $170,000,000.  Tlie Sabkuiclu-wan Act was passed  in 1905 only after a great deal of  opposition had been smoothed out,  Mr. Gordon told the commission.  When Saskatchewan entered confederation, September 1, 1905, the  province was not permitted to exercise any rights with respect to administration and control ot its resources, he said. Tho province was  thus placed In a position of Inferiority with the other provinces.  7iW.7-N."iU.\'204T���������7  Paris.���������4Dr/ Louis Martliv,, ono. of  tho world's foremost authorities'>) on,  contagious diseases, was named heat-*"*  ���������oi',?';tho-''.' Pasteur ���������[' Institutes-.: ;���������:.','Fov7 40'.  jtrears Dr. iviartin haw boon acuoolatod  with' 'tho'JnatltutOa"''", ���������''������������������   7'"'v."  Tlio'prldo'of tho''-"0*|iit������d SiAtoi*'"Wavy Al*t\Force,��������� tuo jcflant airship "Macon,  jis, pronQuncc^, u,, liaiiutr^*-^u^ior .buut^, umuuio it> dviv.ud uutavir in ������lw.������v m������miwu������  vroQ'Opt' Cuba; In addition to ho-f tlicoretlcnf dostriiqtlon by acropianos, tlio  MAeon i sustained newyaotual^darnago which necesaitatos repairs in Florida.  TJ^Is Is the i������������bi|id ;b^ had  to^ put In for repairs, and many believe unices she shows hotter In her now  toots jwrlth tho fleet, no moro airships will bo butlt by the United States.  Herb wb noo tho Macon, swliifflng in tlio brcoao as she; Haa. anchored to her  wooding mast.,,.,,'?''V"7 7V7.V- t-.-:' ;; > >���������'-        ��������� ..''7 . ������������������ ��������� ..'��������� ;.���������-.���������:*.   ���������?���������.,-   ,i-\  Withdraws Frem Commons  Mitchell Hepburn   To   Devote   Tlmo  To Ontario Provincial Affalrs  Toronto. ��������� Mitchell F. Hepburn,  Ontario Liberal leader, announced he  would wubmil hiii resignation as  member of tho Dominion parliament  to Rt. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King,  Liberal leader.  Mr. King will hand Mr. Hepburn's  reslgnati6ri to the speaker of the  house on JunoTii, the day before th������*'  ofllcial nominations In Ontario* ,r~  "This photr-ki set at rest all doubt  as to whether I am wlthdrawlnir  from'-- tho vDominion parliament o^nd  devoting my whole time honcbifor-���������  ward to tho leadership of tho Ontario  ���������Liberal"*pnHy In- th������*i proyInclnl oleic-  tion campaign," Mr, Hepburn do-  -,cib.i**cd.777. ���������.,.;?;'  ? .7,7?    " ',.7  777'7-; v Northern Flight Itocord   -,"?,  "D!dmonton.-~-A new record waa established J in nbrtnlarid "7iB*vlnar ^liton  Pilot    Archlo    McMiillen,    Canadian  .���������..'���������WfMVM ' fl^.w' into   Fort ' Resolution  *���������"      ��������� ��������� ���������  1  and returned to Fort McMurrdy In  the afternoon with a load of six nas-  nengers and a heavy consignment of  flir. Thi������ night J������ two weeks alionil  of tho -ptevrpuo earllOst flight Intt?  tte'-olutlon. ���������',- ��������� ;!���������"-.    ''.���������'.,���������'.-.<'..'���������'���������;��������� THIS  .UKJS������TnOJ������^ iUSVlKW  AH -������������'��������������� waa  ������&*$������   mOl 11IMI 11   If BMB"II11!!   WmmAMWllU **m  iiuiv iiyilieyiSE Ewiuiifiili laSiig-y  This wonderful new Electric Range can be installed in your home for a very moderate cost for wiring. Be sure and inspect our latest model now on  display.  iLocal aitct ferso-ial  uxio. uoiuD, ������>r., aeaa,  awa. waajaiunjr njr ������a  short visit with friends in Nelson.  KAY FOR SAIaE���������Four acres standing  alfalfa, ready in a few days. J.G.Conriell,  Phone ������lTc  I Mr. -and Mrs. R. A. Comfort were  with Spokane friends' a couple of dfifys  at thc end of the week.  CAS FOR -SALE���������*ord sedr^n,  1S27  model, good condition, rubber good  A. Spotswood, Erickson.  T*7  H. Walks, W. McL. Cooner and W. L.  Sell.  'The May meeting of Creston Hospital  Women's Auxilairy was held on Thursday  last* Mrs, C. F, Hayes, vice-president, in  the chair, in the absence of tne nr������-tidentf  Mrs; R. Stevens, through inn-res:' ReportsLWeie given by Mrs. C. H Hare; rep.  rPsentitSve on the hospital board of di-  rectb-rli; , Mrs.C. Mt-r?ell, for the buying  committee;   and    Mrs.    Haw,   viBiting  S^S^-it?1^ &��������� Wilks and M/f. H,  S.   McCreath  were   Bppolnted   visiting  "jJaaiBSSscB3ass3soasoBBs?tas = BaoosB3='eii������**3  Note these SPECIAL FEA TURES;    This full porcelain en  amel finished Northern Electric-Gurney Range represent* the  very last word in electric range design and construction. An  exclusive feature is the broiler co**npsrtinent with "drop  front." Tut oven is equipped with the most powerful  burner ever used in an electric range, and this burner also  serves as a broiler. As the oven Is separate from the broiler  compartment, it is possible to bake and broil at the same  time. The four-burner cooking top with cover and the convenient warming drawer are but two of the many new  features which make this range so outstandingly modern,  efficient and attractive.  Northertp  COMPANY  E/ectric  LIMITED  IfUVI    I^WIUIIUI   I <UfWUi   W   kl-glll   VVILIUi  CABYO* STP.SET      CRESTON,    B.C. PHQHE38  *��������� ���������  i*  ������-  *  ^  tv  k  .m, a. A.m. a.a,.a,./..a a. *������������������ ,a.a,j. m ,m,tx..m������,m.m.A ���������������������.������ A.m JsmO m.fk,.A*A.^..t*,.rk.*x.A,  t������������ Fme������voi.y srof?E <    * aj  ..-��������� '"-WE SlbLFORLESS!  Guide posts on;the highwayto prosperity: Quality goods,  rapid turnover, freerdeHvery,-phone service.   Shop -and save*  PALMOLIVE SOAP, 4 cakes ' ...*? .19  TOMATOES,   large tin..-..  .         .II  BULK COFFEE, "Our Own/7 3 lbs.                .95  PINEAPPLE, Sliced, Dishco, 3 tins ...... .29  PEANUT BUTTER, Squirrel, 1% per tin  .16  ALL BRAN, Kellogg's, pkg .............                .21  Although the market is advancing we are still in a  position to offer you high quality FEEDS and FLOUR at  ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. '       *    ���������  WE DELIVER  Creston Valley Go-Operative Asm  iS*mm..     *��������� aunt*       KmAtiEm ��������� u������w    wosvi     C**>,  Chevrolet no , reasonable uuer refused.  %r~. wxi   ir-   *>__._���������   <-i-,_-j.-_  .1*10.   aai. jn>������ vivafiii uisntvii.  1 t.  Father L. Choinel -will say Macs, at  16.3Q a.m. at Hoiv Cross Church. Creaton, Trinity Sunday, May 27th  COW FOR . SALE���������Jersey-Holstein  cow, duejto freshen June 20th, third  calf.   A. w. Sinclair, Camp .lister.  LOST���������One weigh beam, between  Creston and EJriekson. May 9thr Reward to finder.   Leave at Review Office.  Frank Crawford was a Wednesday-  Thureday visitor with her sister. Mrs.  Perryj at Gold(-������n; making the trip by  auto.  *���������      ,<���������."  7 ���������" '     V  ��������� -  Goo. Scott Is busy with the erection of  a new bungalow residence on Wilson  Avenue���������on a lot opposite the C.P.R.  water tank.  CANOE FOR SALE���������16-foot Peter-  boro   varnished   canoe,   complete   with  nara.    mir.T-itTcr������8.a     gni)      r������o^������Sl������2      I!"''"*""'"!"*'.  En qui re Review Office. *"  The baseball season will open at Creston on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 at  Exhibition Paris, when. Kimbartey will be  here for a game with the Athletics.  Mrs.' R Foxall of. Nelson is a visitor  this week at the home of her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. W������ H. Crawford, and will be  leaving to visit her sister, Mrs.? Chas.  Perry, at Golden.  Mrs. Currie and Mrs. Hbrsley and  daughter, Shirley, of_ Beaver Mine?,  Alberta, are Creston visitors at present,  for the benefit of the former's health,  and are rooming with Mrs. M York.  Tbe Intermediate baseball team won a  1JM.L decision over the Alice Siding team  in a game at uixhibition Park Sunday-  afternoon. The batteries* were: Creston���������  A. Miller, HVEddy and S. Scott. Alice  Ssding-r-Webster and Collis. V  FOR SALE-���������Cow, freshened -December; heifer,, will freshen November;'  horse, weighs abou 7 1100 lbs., arid har-  rtpss; coal burner,. 000 chick size;, table  gramaphone '-"arid...-records; 20 one-year  old Rhode Island Red hens. Mr--.  Louise Hormann, Camp Lister.  The Sacrament iOt the������Lord's? Supper  wiil ha observtM atPSt. Stephen's Presbyterian Church at,^ 11.30 a.m., Sunday.  May 27th. Subject* "The Lord's Supper  a Eucharist.''-' The?pastor- will conclude  the series of addresses on "Thei Twelve  ApGsutrs, ������. tuc i-.ou p.m. servicer, ii  cordial welcome isextended to all.   ���������  The United Young People's were in  ���������'barge of United; Ghurc^ services at  ���������Wynndel. Canyon ?arid Creston On Sunday, in the absence of Rev. A. Walker at  the coast The devotional features at  each appointment--were taken by Bob  Cnrrie, while J. A; Avery delivered a  very practical talk on "Young People's  Problems." ' The choir of Trinity Church  provided the music, with MisaJean Avery  at the organ, and W, J and tr. J-t. truscott contributing a duett.  Members of Creston   Masonic Lodge]  committee fox next month. Mrs,1 Hayes  thanked all those who had made National Hospital Day, May 12th, s success.  59 visitors regrist-Ared at theJhospital that  afternoon. ' A log cabin quilt wao donated by  Mrs. Ross of - Lister, and will be  ^AAmtVmMayJtt ������*BjV        HAVMq m9*^4\.*A*A0A        ������l*������AaT> ���������*aH*n*5 1*-t>4**n  icuucu    avf-oyuic    iuiuio    uoiv        *%;**    \*%*k������  served by' Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Wilks.  Mra. McFarland and Mrs. L. Mclnnis.  :=> filial.  11  Men's  Gun Metal  Blucher  Oxford  This is a sturdy, leather  IIUCU  VAlUiU   OT1WU I UBJWCi  .heel, stout sole.   Speci-  ���������*  ally priced at  ��������� fj_iflT**i   'aQ*Ef?  per pair.  Sizes 6 to 10  !   V. MAWSON  J  I ,   -77 CRESTOll? 7 V     ���������  1 ���������   . ���������-,'..-   ,;. ��������� a  ! ' '���������������������������-. .,--'   -���������������������������������������������--���������..-���������������������������������������������      .    B  m**mammamaaaaam**amawm*A*w*mmma*******8i  Lavas  ���������the World's Best Low  Priced Separator  We have in stock and will be  pleased to show you the  No. 3���������three Cow size  No. IO���������for larger herds  The DeLaval is simple and  durable" iii contraction ahd  efficient in operation.  mm am am  a  am-A mw.*-xwn,    M^Aatfm  ^JCJTjft^jrt. M KJMm   \JMJm0  Pints and Half-Gallons.  Milk Pails. Milk Bottles  Milk Bottle Caps  Brushes  vj. binclair  Creston Hardware  IT PAYS TO PAkYCASM /IT THE IMPERSAi.  tf>w a "bj-h ir-ti> A -%#   m. a fk*. 1 a-r-v *.-\jr  3AI UI-CUAT-MUNUAl  SPECIALS  Phone 12  CRESTON  y f'V'at'y-  *mmfmwmAvqmm^pm**mmmym^w4^w*mp^mpmimmm  ���������WWMSW8M^*aWWMHMH8MNI  *J*mttW8������*       ['������ n^imWmW^^m������n*Vm*^t9  ���������an������ shop,\nere and you'll be.ahead in the.long fun���������fair  prires on every line everydaiy to everyone.    --.,'*  SOAP9  Palmolive,   4 cakes   $ .19  SOAP FLAKES, Princess, large pkg., 2 for..- . .37  JELLO, All Flavors, 4 pkgs. .../.> ! 23  *mr*r  .25  .25  .25  S  I  I  I  I  I  i  1  2 for  CATSUP, C & B, large bottle,  S&AP, Royal Crown, Pearl White, 7 bars   CHEESE THINS, Educator, Toasted, 2 pkg  CLAMS, Seagull, I's, tall tins, 2 for.. .". v..  FRESH FRUITS and YEQETAmBLES  ��������� ���������y* my *^0\**ip+*fmmw* ���������'<-*'���������**%  mmmsssm  IJilUiLiHIUja.'l'LumsM-.iMili'M.,,1���������WU .Hi, i-nniar ~  FOR REAL VALUES tN  Ap^gmmmmmA  jO*dg���������  were at home to their wives and lady  friends at the lodgeroom on Wednesday  night last, with bncjge arid oldstyle whist  featuring proceedings Sixteen tables  were in play and the high scor,e prizes  went to Mrs. W. M. Archibald and Reg.  Hay, with secondnry honors to Miss  Kitty Littlejohn and J. G7Connell, while  the low score trophy was annexed by  Mrs. Allan of Boswell. At whist the top  scores were made by Mrs. W. Ridd and  W. H. Watcher. At the close a splendid  lunch was served- The affair was .in  charge of master of the lodge, John Bird,  who In a few approbtiate words "welcomed the guest**, arid he was supported by  an able committee of H. Langston,  H.  RHONE 20  I *\ ������ S*tl )   \m\ ��������� Aaa An l*fc w iAi ��������� atlfc ��������� ������%��������� *\ * A Bj'aft ��������� lill  ajAla4iia%lAs#ll%Sila Sli#r I fftala^, il ajk ��������� "ft llwSaitSi'ts AlSa^l As AsS^Slal ��������� AaatsVsi A  see our new goods recently opened up, from   -  the Wabasso factory, v  ���������'"���������'������������������" ���������     #   '���������" A-  New Patterns, New Colorings  at Attractive s Prices* .'.'���������"���������*'  36 inches wide, at 20c. per yard.  Better quality at 25c.  Guaranteed fast colors.    .  BROADCLOTH in 36-inch widths in colors  at 22c. and 2.5c.  WABASSO SHEETS, full size.  WABASSO PILLOW SLIPS at 25c. each.  m  HEMSTITCHED SLIPS, line quality,  suitable for Embroidering, at 40e.  w.  C.C.F.  Public  Iwl ��������� aUiBal���������%8  on  Four lines from which to choose your  new White Shoes at economical prices.  PUMPS and TIES and SPOUTS SHOES,  with High md Cuban Heels, all Sixes:,  $3.50  and $3.25 per pair.  TENNIS SHOES.  Slaxenger Tennis Ballot, 50c.  CANT  iiTi|n    EpaBMriiflYiff^ic*   Hi  Bills    rUlBllb-S   UI  Oi-i'  Attractive^ FrOcks in Tubfiiat-'.'. materiitls,  short sjcoves, best shades. ,  8  H     BB III _L������ ^S^j. ^bV  LAUIto <o  GROCERIES  HARDWARE  COIVIPANY   LTD.  at EIGHT p.m.  United Church Hall  CkESTON  COLLECTION!  ���������a  ftne collection of Brim Styles, in  Hiimii, mwuiuin and large sizes.  S___^^^ w^mmnmnii^^       f   _^_^^^* ; aj^������������g^((MB-h w**/*i**m*mm^' ^mmm)S  ������m J* "V .,'.     tS     i"������'.   Q     "^      *S   ^* - ��������� g,r   mm, .   ������^r  ��������� A. SKEEiS  Dry Goods.-      Clothing.       Hardware.       Furniture  m%A^~kwk-*k*tw-m\\~*-*m* kM'M***mm4MkmA-\������-tma n'miyw^y w^y is-w-<������'^*i ir-MfWal|*>* Wi**||f *k^4i'^'*'^lA^'f*arTl0kT'ltfr"' \


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