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Creston Review May 31, 1929

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 X-.  Provinoi������ll'ilM?arJ.>  o.pl80  XJdLd  <LJKJU������������ JL'"LFXN  "a..'  JKJ& V JJEr YV  ���������  ,       i    - a -  Vol   XXI.  CSESTON, B. C, FMDAY, MAY 31, 1929  No. 13  y >���������'*  _3_  A "*>���������  A-_->������*������������>������.--7->  Buried at Creston.  Otha Ssctt fand cf the Or!**nie4 Children's Hospital work  of tl?c Wemea's  The fun; ral of the late Alfred Dalfon  Manuel", whose untiimelyy death oc-  cured. ou May 21st. took place from  Trinity United Church on Thursday  afternoon hist, and there whs a large  number of friends and acquainnnnces  to pay a last tribute of TeBpect. In  the absence of the pastor, who Was at  conference, the service was taken  by  * Bev. A. Gariick. the rector oi Christ  Church, and whose address was both  appropriate nnd comforting, aud during the service the "Holy City" was  feelingly   rendered   by    Miss   Muriel  ������JE������nott. 'The interment was "in Creston  cemetery, with Bev. Mr. Gariick in  chargeof the burial and R. Walmsley.  p. S _ 4Tirnmons., W. H. .* Crawford.  Alex. Mirabeili, Col. Mallandaine and  W. J. Truscott officiating as pallbearers, In addition to tne m%ny who attended the last sad rites* the esteem  in which deceased was held was shown  in the n^ny floral tributes. Amongst  those refj-aembering with flowers wore:  The Family, Mr. and Mrs. Bush and  family, Mr. and Mrs. Timmons and  family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Irving and  family. Mr. and Mrs. S. fraser and  family, Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. Johnson,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Cook. Mr. and Mrs.  Hayes, Mn and Mrs. J. 3. Giady, fMr.  and Mrs. Learmonih, Mr. and Mre. ~F.  mr~  H. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rodgers,  Mr. and Mrs. Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs.  Spratt, Mr. ami rare. Sene*>a������l. silt.  and Mrs. R.-.Stevens. Mi*, and Mrs.  W. Tillottton, Mrs. J. "Maxwell, Mrs.  . Desireau, Mrs. 1?ayne srrhd .girls, Ted  and Fred '^ Payne, Vera and Hazel  McGonegul, Mrs. R. Collan and boys,  Vancouver, "Mrs, J. H. Duyle and-girls  ,    Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. .George  Morgan  y aii&jU-or.iCole^  '" Morgan and; family* fBla"frmore*p!Kr;s.  W. Doyle and Tony, Cowley/ Mr. and  Mrs. A. A. Sparks and family, Pincher  Creek; Creston and District Women's  Institute, Wynndel Women's Institute  and several others from which the  cards had become detached.  Institute.  The 3������.E. Kissb held its closing  meeting last week. Dancing was the  order of the evening. Chicken supper  with ice cream was served.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri, Mr. and Mrs.  A. Benedetti, Mn( Hagen, and Mrs.  Ogilvie were visitors to Bonners Ferry  on Friday.  ���������Mrs. Slingsby was a Cranbrook visitor with her 'son, Howard, who is a  patient in St. Eugene Hospital.  H. Bathie and daughter, Mary, of  Rossland, are visitors with Mr. and  Mrs. John Bathie.  Misses Swing and Randall of Taail  were weekend visitors with their sisters at  Wynndel,  a Mr. and Mrs. John Huscroft -��������� were  auto visitors with Wynndel friends  on Sunday.  SLHJrySaKH.    *���������������-*���������" a a ��������� a ���������    -gC  MokXt'tm^tive  Vw-tavHa -j-nr!  m**.%j*jr  HA. vrtfro  MSgg *WIsi������a&  Mrs. McDougall, who has been on a  visit-to^Kiraberley, returned on Friday last.  Mrs. Anderson, wlio has, been nn a  visit with her son. Tom, has returned  to hrr home in Victoria.  The -water on the flats got so high  at the middle of last week that on  Thursday the cattle were taken off  and are being summer ranged in the  conntjw abound "Lister. ,  Spraying 19 ������on������p!ete<"- in this section  and everything looks promising. The  cherries.appear to. be ���������'setting" unusually Heavy.  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Constable were  motor visitors to, Bopners . Ferry   on  The firstjpicnic of the season was on  Sunday when the'Miller and Marshall  families motored to Kuskanook to  spend the day. ������������������    <  Mr. nnd Mrs. VankOughnet and  family jeft .last week- for BftsweH;  where he is working in a lumber camp.  in������  uptsotti e-c-rviut* (iu    wepiieaumy  last'by the Bishop of   Kootenay  was  very well nttenced.   Rev. A.  Gariick  accompanied hiin   and   assisted with  he service. y'  Miss Bwing was?-,a Nelson visitor  last week.;���������..������������������.  yTed Rowlands of Trail was a  week  end,visitor with Wynndel friends.  Surprise whist drive and dance on  Monday, June 3rd, at 8 p.m. Gents  50 cents. Ladies please bring dainty  refreshments in-box.   Proceeds for the  Lawn Social  _n.������ Im.* ���������-.**  wm&nVjm.  ...mmmmm. ri..l.AM *a<  i.Oui      M.rOtt,tt.l      O,  arrived last week on a visit with  his  sister, Mrs. W; H. Hiiton     Mrs.   Dal  ton arrived here   a   douple   of  weeks  previous,    y  Sirdar  **> ��������� ���������**���������  Under the auspices of the  Erickson   Christ   Church  Ladies' Guild will be held  ���������at"   - ,  W. H. KEMP'S  T*    *     1  on  JUNE 5  2.3������ lo C*:GQ p.m. .  NEEDLEWORK and  COOKING STALL .  ���������\ ' ,.   "  AFTERNOON -TEA  ICE 'CREAM  **m    ��������� .   ���������      ' jp.   ���������  m mmm* ore.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME  ._,-' Mrs. Jas!-'Wilson was at Cranbrook  for the Victoria Day celebration on  Friday, returning on Sunday.  S3. Pascuzzo returned op Sunday  from" Cranbrciok, after "Visiting his  dtiughter, L*-;cy, who is in St. Eugene  HoBpltal.  -Mrs. PasotJiz/o,. with Rose f.nd  Car  melln, are also ir* Cranbrook   visiting  with Lucyf   IWednosday morning the  sad news came of  Lucy's death, with  *buiial at G*mnbroolt. Thursdav. Br>.]  The annual community picnic was  held on the beach on Sunday, and favored with good weather there was the  usual good turnout. There was "an  excellent spread of good eats, with  coffee and ice creem. Then? v was a  great variety of games which pi ovided  an outing that all thoroughly appro  ciated. The races were won by the  following!  TotH    race���������Gordon    Bieumenauer,  Rita Cameron.  Boys 8 and under���������G. Bieumenauer*  Mary ftrm.tc.  Boys  10 aiid   under���������Charlie  Lombardo, Lloyd On moron.  Girls, 10 and under���������Nettie MeCabe,  Mary Knhac.  Boyo,, 14 ��������� and under���������Charlie Lombardo, Charlie Bieumenauer.  Girls. 12 and undor���������-LenH Oherbo,  Daisy Rogers. ;  '  Gli-ln. open-*���������Catherine Lombardo,  Jean Nichols.  Boy*, open���������J^ llannn,   V.  Oherbo  Ludien* race���������MIbb Williama.  M^n*������ r������.ce���������J."Hwnrt������������, O. N*������IK  Wheelbarro\* race-���������Catherine Lorn  bardo   anti  Arthur Lombardo,  Alary  Parchto and*Oharllr|Lombardo,  limning board, girls���������C, Lombirdo,  A������ Cherbo. Boys,���������O. Blenmonauer,  A. Lombardo.'' St^nior���������Mr. Hunnn,  V. Chorbo.  Relay race���������School,  V. Oherbo,   C.  X.    ,.     t-.      *i     . '.'.       ���������T**!        * tnt   .    ...    ...  imi.,  i>. vxuii., ...    i.to Jiw������.      aUm niituui,  0. Lombardo, Arthur Lombardo, BUI  Rohnc.  , Happily combining the   beauty   of  nature with just emnigh of the modern  "to give the necessat|y comfort and con  ven ience, Creston View Tourist Camp  is now open aotthsyssttoon. aud is situated just outside Che. eastern village  limits, with v entrance off Canyon  Street. Vv  There is four acr^a of excellent shade,  [ and grounds slope gently to an elevation tbat gives an excellent view clear  across the flats."- jgL cookhouse with a  six hole catiip stove^tables and all. the  otner necessary kitchen equipment is  availa ble. and by tlie end of the .week  a store'carrying allfthe necessary tourist ciimp supplies will be open. Town  wj^fcer is supplied -.from taps at the  cookhouse as well a8 at the store, the  the latter being fconvenient for car  washing. Ihere i^also a good Supply  of portable chairafand tables for the  use of campers,      .. / _.  By the middle Of June there will  be four cabins available. These are 10  x la feet, and fitted with-two cot beds  with springs and. mattress, stove,  table and chairs. These will be situat  ed on the east sideof the grounds, convenient to kitchen and water supply,'  and built far enotigh apart to permit  ample *pace for users to' park their  cars right at the- cabins.  With  the area'available it will  be  possible to establish locations for those  ���������TVS *_-*i\> S������W������-������    *_**-** ttCS    DA   '*������-.    4  r*t   k_ fflp* %*m*W      f &_ jCV   nr*j._l^T������^  ������*���������%.���������*.** ***ffe      V--.M rn."*?    k^*������-    .���������***     %tm.r   ������*a������^j>*.%w     VMV    ������4^-������*w-������.  mum of privacy and amidst surround-*  ings that will surely entice the prairie  dweller,   particularly,  to prolong his  stay beyond the customary overnight  visit.. -��������� - v  Benches  are -being put in and a t er-  'tain amount of playground equipment  tfociuditi^������^ri^p&o tl^aiynothiHgy will  be lacking in Appeal to both young and  The camp will, be in charge of -"Mee"-  srs. ������.mil-Johnson and K. E. Paulson  whoare personally supervising its layout and construction work and if the  same care is shown in the conduct of  the-camp as to'already shown In eqrtip  ping-it, CrestoO^s auto ^tourist camp  should prove one of the most popular  in the B.C. interior.  The owners are at once starting to  put} out advertising cards, .telling of  .the camp, and are   putting up   sign  er airection. On tins won. oxV. Jonn-  sori was as far as Sandpoint, Idaho,  on Wednesday, and every get rage.  camp and likely place to tack up cards  between Creston and Lethbridge. Alberta, will be visited before the middle  of June, in the effort to widely advertise the fact that. Creston hasr-a tourist  camp of the very flrst rank.  tSO-XII!^ tSOtltS  Please Crowd  W( I   M   _������������������ ���������'���������.  n. ^      - '  "Wm. Cook' has   jiast   arrived  from Bonnington, .and will be  ing  the   next   thtee   months  ranch at Canyon.  to.  >i*l  lofi-   r, fn  ^*4.t������re  ���������-,7-.  home  spend-  at   the  : trm. ti     fn.ttt  ���������f���������������   ��������� ������������-  taken  Calgary, Alberta, whete he has  on seme plastering contracts.  Bill and Bob Clayton were home  from Kimberley for a short visit at  the end of the week.  L. Moberg and Otto Johnson have  returned from Flagstone having found  their lumber piling contract at that  point unsatisfactory. -  Geo. Boycc, who has spent the past  few months at Canyon has gone to  Cranbrook, where he has secured employment.  Martin Nelson. Miss Emma Samuel-  son and Mrs. Kolthammer were motor  visitors to Cranbrook on Friday last.  Piincipal Kolthammer, who is recovering from an appedicitis operation at}:  St. Eugene HuspitHl, is expected home  at the end of this week. -;.  33. Nouguier lias   permanently   dis  carded   the h������ybnrner sort of   transport, and has just taken delivery of a  1929   Ford   light   delivery   ft on. , the  Premier garage, Crestan.  K. LoweHson, who has. been   w'ork-  6KAnil THEATRE  Fridav-Sat., -June  ��������� ������������������ .. ���������- r  Tuesday night's boxing tournament   ���������  at. the 'Grand, whicn was staged   by  the    local    K.F.   Lodge,* furnisaed   a  great night'f sport for the admirers of :;  the fistic   art., and attracted a   fairly   -  liirge crowd, quite a   number   coming: .  up from Bonners Ferry,   where .much  of the boxing talent also hailed from.  In the flyweight preliminaries Don.  Dodson of Bonners fought three rounds*-.  with* It win Ferguson of Creston, and  Erwin Paston of Banners took on  Bi.ll>  Borden   of   Creston.    Both   of   these-  were at 70 pounds, and  were declared-  draws.    At SS pounds, .Lambert Spencer also got a draw in his tangle  witb?  Van Clarke of Bonners Ferry.  Getting away from  the yonngstera-  fche   first   bout   was   between    Louis  Brockley of Bonners Ferry and Philip  Van Siatte of Creston, who   weight (ft  in at 120 pounds.    In addition to   the  exciting milting this clash was also the  humorous feature of the  night.    For*  the first two rounds 'the honors   were*  even,-but in'the last two periods - Van  Siatte-weakened, taking the   count a-  couple of times and was finally counted  out fojt* good.  Ib, the Kid McKoy vs. "'���������Buster" Boss  of. Creston, at 145 pounds, Boss got  the decision, and from the winner's  jStyle he should go a long \way. If a  good opponent for Ross can. be discovered a real fight can be staged, with  the pair.  Gordon Spiers vs. Ed. Brockley of  Bonners Fei-ry at 145 pounds was tbe  foAir-round send final of the evening's  Both boys worked hard all the way  but the decision was in favor of Spiers,  Tbe main event was between. Ted  Bush aud "Chuck" Mason of. Bonners  witb Mrs; Lowerison at.the ranch-here.  _m_uB^ff***Vmmt^msi_* __w_j_f  ing iwthe Windj^rmere^connti-y,,arriv^  ed at th^evend.trf^hei-w^eS^^a' ^-ti-sfch^^ the  "'���������" ������������������-'--* .... ... . ^hardest fight BUsh has ever run  into.  Mason's .clinching tactics as well as  hitting in the clinches did nob appeal  to the fans. However after repeated  cautioning by the referee, Mason de*  sisted and still had Bush working* bis  hardest to.stand tite pace. The fourth  round was Mason's best showing, and  Bush was forced slightly to stall in  the fifth to get ������ls wind back. He  came back strong in the sixth, and the  decision in favor of Bush was popular.  Col. Mallandaine and W; J. Truscott  were the fudges. R. W. Maxwell and  W. Ferguson kept the lime:, with H..  O. Kirk as referee, assisted by Jimmy  Lockhead.  mmmmm  Bay Crisler and Lloyd Cartwright  were business visitors at Spokate last  week.        ���������>       -_ *  Bert Sang of CaHSferon & Sang,  Cran brook, and Mr. Harrison of Nel  son. were.business visitors jit Brtckpon  Mlhis week. J. Webster and *TV1. Reid  of. Cranbrook were bubine^a callers,  Wednesday.  . U.   .McMaster   has   returned    froni  Cranbrook, where he has been a  hos  pi tal   patient for a couple  of   weeks,  and is progressing favorably.  Mr. and  Mrs.   Vedito of California  are at present  Fiiickaon visitors,  and  are guests  of Mr.   and Mrs.   S.   W  Fraser.  Mrs. D. Dow nnd Miss Verender of  Cranbrook were weekend guests of  Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bundy.  P. Smith of Kitchener was an Brlckson caller on Monday, a visitor with  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Speaker,  Much sympathy is felt by a host of  friends for Mrs. Graham, who has been  seriously ill foi* some time.. Her condition is reported as about the Bame.  L. T.,.Leveque, who has been a pat.  ient in tbe Cranbrook hospital, is expected home Ihis week He very  successful I y underwent an operation  for tnnsUilis. .  Frank Putnam was a business visitor at Nelson a couple of days at the  end of the week.  Brlckson Anglictin*Ladiess Guild air  having their usual lawn social at tbe  spacious grounds of W. IJ. Kemp on  tho afternoon of Wednesday, June 5th  2.80 to 5 o'clock, There will be the  usual attractions and refreHhnients,  with sale of cooking and  needlework,  Mrs. A. G. Stevens of WetaeUiwln,  Albfirtn, arrived onFrlday on n vtRlt*  with her sister, Mrs. Graham, who ia  critically ill at her home here.  Mra. John Andrew and children,  who hiivt*. been visiting friends in  In Salrm, Orcjyon. havo returned to  theSr home here. ,,*������, fi  There was full turnout of property  (jywfjfjffl ^vf't.'M'ft th". jAfr.tr*.~v Cr**'*,V Irrigation Dlbtlcb at Creston on Wednesday  1 afternoon   when  eluctiort of truwUH-H  took place, with John Hall in   charge  of the voting.   Trustees elected are R  J. Long, L. T. Leveque and C. O. Rod-  gere.  J. Whitford of Cranbrook, the  Bawleigh dealer. Ib making his usual  call on Erickson customers this week.  !  We will Give a  Free Enlargement  8 x 10 Inches  witli every $5 worth  of Amatetir Finish-  all    done    for   one  person.  (ton nnn  ������ ���������P'P    ������������������   W   w, %W p., W   ^ ���������!  ;V W   IB  Hfa^jlaiiC** ���������Mjjjj*^*'      SqMtmtf (ig!   Stegj^"      \_ifeg_^'      \iAMMAf'  Big Cash Awards  See ub for particulars.  nrafptA''!-'  '' iysifsrif* HftfiS/"fwro  *.* a c������^*wut_������o y>it %fi%gm\ m  GEO; H. KELLY TELE   REVIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   C.  __  ffced Rose Tea comes direct to us from the finest teat  gardens, then straight to your grocer���������brimful o������  flavor and freshness.   Every package guaranteed. 8C>  What Britain Has Done  RED, ROSE ORANGE PEKOE* as extra gooa  In the best package���������Clean, bright aluminum  Great Soldier's \Varidhu** Adasnst ^A^ar  One of the gravest errors some pacifists make,, gays Toronto Saturday Night, is to suppose that all soldiers of military ability favor war. This  is far from being true ancl tlie fact is illustrated by the great British  general, Field Marshal Sir William Robertson, who has on many occasions  raised his voice against war as an institution for the settlement  international disputes.  Has Led the World In Disarmament  Says Stanley Baldwin  ''.Years ago seaman sailed-, from  Plymouth to discover "a vnew world.  Wo are going to rediscover a new  moral world, which ia a very much  harder task," said Premier Stanley  Baldwin, speaking? at Plymouth, during his campaign tour of western  England.  "We hS.ve led tho way to disarms  meat," thfe premier said. "The fleet  today is half the size lt was in 1913.  That 4a practical disarmament and  no nation in tne world can come any  where near that, yet there are Englishmen, who say we are lagging behind.;?':"'.':- ��������� :fff ''- *'' '.  "My hope Is that the new govern-  'ment will be able to conclude' ar.  -agreement'with the United States  which: will lift the whole problem  of disarmament to a new plane ol  action and not talk."  of  ���������yuite  recently lie iias  spoken agsiw. pointing  avoid another war is common to most countries. It would be strange if it j  were not so, he says, inasmuch as the last war cost the world ten million \  lives or double the number lost in all wars of the preceding 120 years put  together. It also cost not less than $350,00(^000,000, a sum that the  human mind is hardly competent to conceive, to say nothing of an  incalculable total of distress, sorrow and injury. Its failure as a solution  of international dispute is demonstrable from the fact -that it left behind  grievances and. resentments that caa. not be eradicated within the lifetime  of most adults now living.  Yet though, war is condemned by the intelligent inen of all the nations  ���������who twenty years ago thought of it lightly as an inevitable future development, not devoid of possible advantages, preparations go oh much as they  did prior to 1914. Sir William Robertson is genuinely alarmed over the  tendency to increasing competition in armaments. All the great powers,  ���������with (we are glad to note); the exception o������ Great Britain, are today  spending more money on armed forces than they, spent five years ago. Even  with a reduced scale of expenditure Great Britain is practically compelled  to spend $1,275,000,000, irrespective of the contributions 'of India and other  parts of the ISmpire, from the sheer necessity of fulfilling her military  responsibilities in various parts of the world and protecting sea communications. France and Italy today have approximately as many men  tinder arms as in 1914.        Germany    is   complaining    of   her  ypOSitlO:n.,   anu   iX   S.tVtS.aJuXSZii.3   S,~������  piiC  be given permission to arm also. Many smSller nations of Europe are on  a military footing and maintaining a threatening attitude toward eacn.  other. The United States feels that future security demands a vast additional naval expenditure. ���������  -te Wfiat does all this madness portend? Peace is a game which all must  play .if it is to be maintained. Let us hope that the craze for armament  falls of its own weight before the nations get at each other's throats again.  The only vestige of a silver lining lies in the fact that machinery for the  isolation and prevention of wars now exists, a factor never previously  known in the world's history; but it is plain that the miracle which will  convert the human mass from madness to sanity cannot be performed with a  single gesture.  CORNS  Relief in 2 Minutes  Just a drop or two of Putnam's  Corn Extractor, and the pain goes  away. Relief is almost instantaneous.  Removing* corns   with   "PUtMM'S"  I  ������* IBESTONE Ottm-IMppcd Tires stand  the shocks, the bumps, the constant speed  M*. tx&<3 ft MS tCSt M-vcmjm   %2*XJtd.  mr\^mm    mmm   m.*^     t ���������,, ���������       ' **  ���������-over sxaounjtaiii and desert-���������on. smooth  lmy-eiide^^ Tires  bave   shown   themselves   the   toughest,  strongest, most rugged and   safest tires  yots. can put on ~yo������Urcar*     See' yoiar nca?=  -���������est Firestone'Dealer."   '  FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBEbTcO. OF CANADJt; tlMITES"  KAMHLTQJ*.  Ontario  New De Luxe Train Equipment  Many   Western  Towns   Honored   By  JLehaing Appellation fo luxurious  Sleeping Cars       ;  Witljt a desire to honour some of  the fast    growing    communities    of  Western* Canada, the  Canadian Pacific Railway is naming'"-its new ^ ��������� ...     .-^.. .,   _.   ���������.-.-.--.-������������������-  luxe train equipment   In   honor    ofa ^a *���������*���������*e *>r gathe:  "  Harvest Kelp From Sea Floor"  Weed Is Being Tested For Value As  Seaweed is now "believed to be an.  extremely   valuable   food   for   catBe  and Other f Hve jstock, and how a Los  inventor    comes. * ff orward  it from.  Angeles  V  is so easy,    so    sure,    so    painless���������  these coramSzd&eSm Twenty-nine new j the bottom of the se^ His ma(Aine^  tb ousands use this wonderful rer&edy  and say it is tlie best. Don -t suffer  any -longer, use Putnam's Cora Extractor, the one sure relief for sore  corns. Sold at every drug store.  New Appointment  The -appointment .is announced by  W. D. fRobb, vice-president of the  Canadian National Railways, of E.  A. Weir, hitherto European publicity  agent of the Canadian National system at L.ondoh, England, to be director of radio for the system, with  headquarters at Montreal, succeeding  the late A. Jt. McEwan.  iT> by her neighbors, must some day  sleepers of the latest type are thus! which was recently demonstrated its  called, and^will be known in railways C^ifornta; is mounted on    a    scow.  S'Bn/  circles, as the. "R" series: JXhey include f eight'"sections, two compartments and one drawing-room, and'  the berth sections are equipped with  semi-permanertt partitions to insure  greater privacy to passengers. S i  The new sleepers will make a  great appeal to-ladies, for they have  a huge dressing room with plenty of piled up like hay to dry.  lounge accommodation as well as up-j The kelp is then ground and fed  to-date toilet facilities. Brown is the' to fai^ animals with their hay and  dominant colour scheme, carried out; .������"���������������*.������*������*������*������*������������ J~ *>������="- ^o.^ ������������������  In tapestry, upholstery, berth cur-jS1"*"1- It may also be used as a fer-  taifts and carpets. All the latest safe- ' tilizer, and from it can be* extracted  ty devices are embodied in them, and  large  quantities  of iodine and  pot-  An endless belt 'of spiked crosspiecea  runs from the surfe.ee of the scow  to the heurbpr bottom, where blades  tear off the kelp. The weeds catch  upon the moving crosspieces and are  -raised to the scow, where they are  Every Day Circus Day  Only Two Members Left  Marshal Joffre and Count Togo f Weaar  " <5rder Of Merit "' "  The., recent death' of Marshal Foch,  Capital Of Southern Morocco Never  Lacks Entertainment I  Every day is circus day in Mara- ]  kesli, the capital of Southern Moroc- j writes "Looker-Gn' in tne London  co, in which life goes on much as it \ Daily Chronicle, leaves only qne sol-  did in the days of the Arabian ��������� d������er entitled to wear the Order of  Nights, according to a writer in the i Merit���������his fellow-countryman. ' Mar-  "Living Age." The hard-packed, red-j shal Joffre. The only other foreign  dish soil is an arena for all the member of this Order is the veteran  fakirs and entertainers of North j Count Togo of Japan. At present  Africa, for the city is still the guar  dlan of, the old caravan  route from  the desert's rim to the sea.  Acrobats, snake charmers, story  tellers, musicians, and the rest, daily  and nightly entertain travellers who  are armed with wicked knives, and  display every skin shade from thc  blondness of the Rifflan to the ebony  of tho pure negro.  Charting Swias Glacier.**  Ninety-two of  the   Swiss  glaciers  are  being  measured  to  sco- whether  they advance or recede.  wire is fastened across  the  glacier attached to  either side.  At  present  there is no British soldier - wearing  the Order of Merit. Marshal Foch's  death, too, leaves only one foreign  Field-Marshal in our army. This is  King Albert, of thc Belgians, upon  whom his Majesty King George conferred this rank eight years ago.  THE RESPGNSIBim 1  OF EVERY MOTHER  The, child in the home Is a never-  failingysource of joy, but,' at the  ������arae time a never-failing responsibility to the fo-od mother... fit*not infrequently happens that minor ailments of the child distress and puzzle her. She does not _,know jUst  \*rhat to do, yet-feels them, not serious enough to warrant calling in the  doctor. , At just such times as these  it is found that'Baby's Own, Tablets  are the mothers ^greatest help and  friend.  Most childhood: ailments., arise in  the. digestive tract-^-the .bowels become clogged and the stomach sour.  Baby's Own Tablets "are a never-  failing relief for this condition. They  are a mild but thorough laxative and  through their action on the stomach  and bowels they banish constipation  and indigestion; break lip colds and  simple fever; allay the pain accompanying the cutting: of teeth and pro-  . mote ���������health-giving' . sleep. . Concerning tliem Mrs. "W., Jennings, Mackay,;  Ont., writes:���������"I have.: used .Baby's  Own-Tablets and think so highly .������*  ��������� them''that I would not be without  them. Please send me your little  booklet on -the care of children."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  fhedicine dealers or by -mail at 25  cents a box ��������� from the Dr. Williams-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  marvellous    ventilation   is    achieved  through a forced process through the  TOOf. ' J '���������" ���������"   '-. '��������� '  The points honoured sn. this; manner by the Canadian Pacific:' tCre:  Ravenscrag,. Revelstoke, Red Deer,  Ruby Creek, Ruskinvff TO  Regina, Renown, Rosetbwn, Rosser,  Rosemere, Riverton, <������ Roblindale,  Rath well, ROcanville, Rapid City,  Rosenfeld, Rosemary, Redclirff, Raymond, Romford, Reston^ fRegent,-  Renfrew, Redtfers, iRlchfotd, fRoss-  poft, Renniei, Rosslaifa?    ^ f  This, new series will be moved on  that train over Western Canadian  Pacific lines, as part of a.-million dol-'  lar equipment which, makes up each  No.'7 and-8.,f   v  ash.    Tests are now being.made to  oetermine its  fodder.  relative  Chits and Bruises Disappear. ���������  When suffering from cuts, scratches.  bruises, sprains, sore throat or chest ���������  and any similar ailment, use Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Its healing  ,poT*wer is well-knowp in every section  of the? comniunity. A bottle of Dr.  I^tipmas' 3B3clectric Oil should be in  every medicine chest: ready for the  emergencies that may always be anticipated.  England  A thin steel  thc snout of  a    dial  ' -on  fourteen  are  advancing  ing.  and   seventy-three   rcced-  Tea Of-Old  For some! reason Great Britain  alone among Western nations haa  popularized the uso of tea. It has  become the national beverage. TEics  "beer oC old England" haa given  place to the "tea of old England,**  and .in its. sentimental associations  a "cup of tea" can vie with a "mug  of ale." It is not top much to say  that thc British fought the war on  tea.  New Trade Commissioner *  It is officially1 announced that a  new trade commissioner office of the  Department of Trade and Commerce  has just been opened an Oslo, Norway, with ���������F. H. Palmer as acting  trade commissioner, the territory  covered including Sweden, Denmark,  and Firiiathd as well as Norway.  ��������� zzzL--m--.'mjim..," i1,' '.','.: ',.-;,������������������"  [ m.m.J.::L..j'.''.m2mm.r.,ir-  The -English language is spoken by  180,000,000 people. "German, b*y; 120,-  000,000, and French by 9O;O00,o6p;  Earn upwards of $25 weekly grow-in.  Mushrooms for us,Jn cellar arotber waste  '!&Am\- apace. Deliver to our nearest  1)JMR >4!raneh. Ligbr pleasant wortc for  WlEmV either aex.    liluattated. booklet  i  agprnnyniui:  Mail Service For North  To   Check  Ffghi-H tlio 0������ri������H In the  FLU,"   Grippe  9  They  Invade Other Parts ot  Throat -Before  tho Body.  EFFECTIVE pubvKNTIVB MEASUUES E3-B?1JAINED  Simple precautions taken now win enable you to fight dreaded "Flu'  which   is   sweeping   rapidly   through  th"c wholo  country.,    Tho germa  a_  Influenza gain ncceaa to tho body through tho mouth arid throat.    Kocp  the throat healthy and you go a long way  towards  stopping   tho  trouble.  An. rffrevive mranr* -of p**cv(*nfint������ tH to jjnrhlo 1 hi* thront t:nr<������r) or four  tlmeH dally with NcrvIllnQ. Half a teaspoonrul of Norvlliuo in wwater  -makes a mo������t etliclont gargle, The germ-kill lug properties of NcrvJlluo  quickly destroy any bacteria in tho mouth or throat. If thc chest lo oorc.  if the throat hi hoarne, if you have a cough���������bo mvtx, to rub tho neclc  nnd chant with Nerviline. Kvcry drop of it will rub in, and out will  conn)  tho  congestion.  Of couruo It Ih absolutely nocftflsary to liouuc-clcn-n the nyatcm with  Dr. Htimiltou'n I'Jlhi which stlmulute tho eliminating organs, and rid tho  ryoteni or UJucuMe-hrcnciing w������������hcu������, 'i'iiiM <*oMib.������i.������t.i.o.i Lix-Hiii.t-ml i,������ Ivwm-  villnrs and Dr. EiamilLon'a IMlla will glvo prompt and,   entirely   uatlflfac-  Areas In Northern Mainlloha To Be  Brought Wlihin Closer Touch Of  . Outside "World  Dwellers in thci-remote areas ot  Northona Manitoba will be brought  into closer touch with thc "outsldo,���������  world this Hummer* through arrange-  ancnts.made by the Post Oillco Department, adding settlements at Oxford, Goda and 1 aland Lake to tho  growing chain <*��������������� northern mall  po'trits of. call.,Mail will be delivered  once a week with Norway Houae, at  tho northern ond of Lake Winnipeg,  an the distributing ..centre.  m ���������+���������*** 2+T���������*T^rm  '^M^mm^l^^'i^^m^,  Milier'.s Wotm Powdcrp arc tho  medicine for children who are found  Buffering from the ravages of worms.  They immediately alter the stomachic conditions under wh'ch the  worma aubsist nnd drive them from  the ByHt������m, and, nt the same time,  they arcs tonical In thoir effect upon  the dlfro'vUve. orf'rrnu, r<*������"-or1*nj>* thr^m  to hoalthful operation and onwurlng  Immunity from further disordera  from fiuch a cause. %*  Keep your foods���������cakes, bread, pies, cut meats, etc.  ���������under a cpvcrihg of Para-Sani Heftvy Waxed  Paper.   You'U be amazed at.thc length bf  time they'll stay freah...de!lciausl Para-  Sani   keeps  them  from  staling.  Get Para-Sani in the handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  ^lk       For less exacting uses ask for  Ilk   Applcford s "Centre Pull"  ^_tk P-flr.Us. in sheet, forrn.  i&v  Tho way t>f thc trimynrefwor rc-  malnn ulmllar to tint oPMhe pedcM-  trinn. KlngHton Whig-Standard.  For   Huhbiarn-  nieut.  -apply   Mlnard*������   IJnl-  W.    N.    V:    1TS7  li  0jms^������ MifJ  \m?.,.   im>  ������fc,.|M|!TC������Sl,.,  HAMILTTON  ONT.  Western Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA* SASK*  ���������___M_  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiii'i  ---.1-iWIWWfflWi THE   REVIEW^    CTJESTON,    B.    O.  CANADA WILL  NOT BAN LIOUOR  CLEARANCE  J       '    . ���������'   *l -    v >*V    .;  Ottav/?u-^The government- of, ,Cao-,  ada is - not disposed, aft pr'eieht to^ac-;  cede to the request of the ITnited  States, that .clearances ba prohibitetf  on liquor shipments, x destined for  that country. The door however, is.  not closed and the Dominion government is ready to giv-p" consideration  to -such representations as it may receive on this important matter.  The attitude of the government on  the question of refusing clearance to  liquor' cargoes was indicated in 'the*  House by Hon. W. D. Euier, minister  of national revenue. Mr. Euler spoke  in reply to speeches-by J. S. Woods-  worth, Labor, Winnipeg North Cen-  trc,~~and others in fthe Progressive  and U.P.A. ranks, In which the statement was made that Canada was  guilty of an unfriendly act in not acceding* to the ITnited States request.  Demand for government action on the  matter has been, indicated by the  presentation of -numerous petitions  during the session requesting the refusal of clearance to liquor shipments.  The minister pointed out the difficulties which inevitably arose when  a country law was located next dooi  to one which permitted the manufacture and sale of^liquor.  He expressed doubt as to whethei  Clergy and Tobacco  SSea-ted EMscu&slon. Takes- Klace At  Sleeting Ira Toronto  Toronto.���������Stormy scenes developed here at a meeting of the Toronto  Centre Presbytery of tho "United  Church oyer the adoption of a report  by a special meeting on the use  of  -tobacco by ministers.  / Heated discussion took place regarding a section of the report which  read: "That the Christian character  of those who regard the "se of  tobacco as an inocent gratification  should not on that account   Joe ' im'  P.. f.*.. 4. .5    ' t . ,  Dr. J. Kerr denounced the use of  tobjicco and, objected to the adoption  of the committee's report.  "I cannot accept Dr. Bland's re-  pari,"1 said XDr. K-err, "for it implies  that the u^e of tobacco is an innocent gratification. I do not'believe  it is.     J think, it is a wasteful habit."  He "presented a resolution, later  adopted, -which deplored the effect of  tobacco on the youth of the country.  DELEGATE TO IISTERNATIOISt  .AL   SUFETREAGB ALLIANCE  ,   Rancher Uses Airplane  Flies From Montana   To   Saskatoon  For Calf-Feeding Competition  Saskatoon, Sask.���������G. O. Ross, ot  St. Kilda, Alta., who has a ranch ot  more than 200,000 acres on the borders of Saskatchewan, Alberta and  .Montana might "be called "the flying  rancher."  He arrived in Saskatoon last -week  from Great Falls, "Montana, by plane  accompanied  by   two  other   airmen,  Joint Radio Control  Plan  Boyal  rs- Endorsed    By    the  Society Of England  Ottawa.���������Joint control of radio  broadcasting by the federal and provincial governments, with special  preference"-given to educational pro-"  grams, public Information and entertainment^ /was endorsed, as the  best policy for the Dominion, at a  session of the Royal Society of Can-  EMBER  OARD  IS RECOMMENDED  &da.  A n/\4--}iA9   ^attfritfo    rt*f   +*#!*  ���������-���������^  ���������   x   ( ceedings was the defeat pf a recom-  i mendation submitted by a sub-corn-  Ottaawa.���������J������ order to give Leslie  Boyd, chairman of the grain, commission, 'and Matthew Snow, who is &  meraebr, an . opportunity to, bonfer  over recomiftemndattons they will  submit to the agricultural committee  of the House of Commons, the com-  Hon. Mary Ellert- Smith, of Vancouver, the first woman to be appointed to a cabinet office in the British, empire, who wUX address the International. Suffrage' Alliance is Berlin.    '        ., " .  *r-_-  _���������*-*- ��������� ���������  refusal of clearances would result in  ^ T* Vance> of the Great Falls Air  stopping the Sow ^of liquor - into tht  United States. He pointed out that  if Canada was to amend the Customs law so as to" refuse clearances  to liquor shipments, this country  would require a new and larger preventive force in order to enforce thfc  law. ":.?-.y- ?yyy -fyffuf fff:f>  ^Amilsntf fielavpf! In  Late  arm  Is  way Company, and R. Laidlaw, of  Medicine Hat, Alta, Mr. Rose flew  here fi-om Chicago and Great Fallb  to see what progress boys and girls  of this district'were making in a Call"  feeding competition for which he  supplied 1,000 calves last fall. The  calves will soon be brought back to  Saskatoon as prime baby beef. ; The  competition is being sponsored by the  Saskatoon   Board   of  Trade.  Spring   and   Coo^ fWeatlrer  Worry To Farmers  ' Toronto.���������Apprehension over the  backward spring season is being felt  generally, among farmers throughout the- -western and scuth-_western  parts of Ontario, Farmers are becoming much concerned over the delay, to, seeding caused-by heavy rains  and continued cool weather. In most  instances throughout this section oi  the province* seeding .is from ten  days to two weeks behind and in  pome districts three weeks.  ^The^ Niagara fruit district haa not  reported any appreciable damage to  tirees and vines, but practically aii  farm crops are delayed. v  Trouble In China  *V������     M  une-mr-uia dtowaway  Was Hidden On Liner But JMscovered  "'������������������������������������"' ��������� By Customs Officials ���������-',,"--.. ���������  : New    York.���������Elisa    Valerao,     one.  year old, and said to be the youngest  stowaway ever apprehended  at  this  port, at Ellis .-Island;. In. Jthe diacpn*  colate colony of hnmigrants who will.  have to go back'to f!!'ttie old couhtry."  "Customs men discovered Elisa as  her mother, Maria Dolores* Valerio, u  Portuguese stewax-dness of the liner  President Wilson,' was trying to carry her ashore hidden under a shawl.  Elisa made most of the trip hidden  In a linen closet. ' '< ���������'*:  British Prepare Defenses In City. Of  Canton  . Ronton, ���������( China, ^��������� British sailors  landing from gunboats In the harbor in the Sbameen quarter immediately began-construction of defenses  in various parts of the English concession.  Gates and bridges were closed and  guards were posted. In the native  city the utmost tenseness prevailed  with attacking Kwangsi troops  known to be hofc far away, although  there "was no definite word as to  their-position, y Sacking of the city,  the largest in Southern.;China, was  feared in the eventof capture by the  red Kwangsi element which was believed imminent. -"  Submarine Disasters  No longer Possible  Naval  Officers   Consider  Demonstration. Of Rescue Great Success  Colon, Canal Zone.���������For the first  time in the history of the Unilfed  States a navy submarine and its  crew were raised from the bottom of  the sea in Panama Bay.- ^ On May  17, the~S-ll went down to a depth of  87 feet, -was found by the submarine  S-12, and was raised by tlie rescue  -ship Mallard a few hours after going  to-thebottom. ^ ���������  Naval   officers   here .were   so   impressed with the demonstration that  they,said no disaster such as follow-!  ed tlie sinking of the S-51 or the S-4  was now possible. *  The -Srl2. caught the signals, just  one, hour after the first call from the  S-ll. Then the resctte ship Mallara  started for the spot aud sighted air  bubbles at 10.30 a.m. Twenty-five  minutes later- a grapnel had -been  hooked on to the sunken submarine.'  mittee which would have limited the  printing cf scientific papers in the  official* Journal of the society.  Tbe decision concerning radio control, made in response to a request  by the Roay*' Commission oa radio  for the society's opinion, was reached  largely as the result of a report  made, by Dr. H. M. Tory, head of the  Federal Research Council.  Mgr. Camille Roy, rector of Laval  University, delivered his presidential  address, in which he cited the society  acs. a model for development of cooperation among- all the races and in?  tellectual spheres jfrom. coast to  coast in the Dominion." I  Following his aefdress, Mgr. Roy-  presented tfie/lsir Joseph Flavelle  medal for. outstanding -work in science to Dr. A. H. R. Buller, University of Manitoba, and announced,  that the J- B. Tyrell medal for outstanding work tn connection with the  history of Canada had- been awarded to Prof. George M- Wrong, University of Toronto'. Mgr. Roy himself  was made the recipient of the Lome  Piei'ce medal for excellence in^ pure  literature, especially French-Canadian literature.  A Day  v~  giVlilg  Supplied Gas- For Zeppelin  PoKtmcit In Civil Service  Ottawa.���������V. C.; Plielari, president  of the Civil Service Federation, has  announced that the Federated Xsgo-  ciatlon of-Letter Carriers ban affiliated with hia organ'nation. The  Letter Carrier's Association has been  in existence for some .15 years. Thej-  withdrew from thc Civil Service Fed-  ������ration seven years ugo.  Child KUIud'By Street Car  Edmonton."--Jmie Dowitt, 'three-  year-old daughter of Lieut. L. B. and  Mrs. Dcwltt, was Instantly killed  when a atroct car passed over hoi  body. The child had run under tho  car a������ tt -was standing and wna killed when tt moved forward.  Sufficient For-Trip Back To Germany  Obtained In .Franco*'  ���������   Cuera,  France.���������-French naval  authorities  hero   supplied  the fctetman  dirigible Graf Zeppelin with 3,000 cubic metres of hydrogen lifting gas.  It was explained that the ship's*  lifting* gas supply had been carefully  apportioned to the ldoxl to be lifted  nnd which, while sufficient for tho  trip to America, was hot sufficient  for the threc^ additional persons  aboard who intended flying back to  Frledrlchphafen, Ih the dirigible.  Resigns Chanceliorsbip  Sir    Robert    Borden    Has  Resignation As HeaO Of Qncens  - "."University. - '-'���������  Kingston, fOntT ���������--., :Ajan.ouncenient  was inade at Queehs^  ithe chancellor, Sir Robert L. Borden,  has tendered his resignation-.  f Canada/s war-time prime minister  'was elected to the chancellorship'five  ���������years,, ago to succeed E. W;. fBcatty,  K.C., who was chosen '., as chancellor  of McGill University, Montreal. Sir  Robert presided at the convocation  of arts and sciences graduates at the  "���������university nearly two weeks ago.  The name.of��������� James Richardson,".of  Winnipeg, is being prominently mentioned as a successor? to-Sir Robert;  although nothing has beert aaict'-atfj  the university. Sir Robert's resigna-  ytton: will be considerec- by the senate  and the trustees of the university.  June 16 Is Unofficially Announced As  Date Of Thanksgiving For  Recovery  Qf King  Uondoii, ISnglajnd.���������It is^ under*  stood that Sunday, June\16, has been  selected as tiie dstteip. 'that King*  ^George will appoint as a- sday of  thanksgiving for his- recovery frona  his recent grave-illness. y  . The ^programme aa unpflB.ci.ally  forecast, ;cpnt^plat<^ fa^sjp^ial-seEr  vice at' Westmihster A:bbey?^*attehded  by the King arid���������.-)-Queen and; Other  .members bf th^'"S royal family,? t<o  which the public will be admitted.  It is recalled the King, ln.a_special  message from Cralgwell House ^n  April 22, said he looked forward tc  joining with his people "on some appointed day'' in thanking God not  -only for his own recovery, "but for  tho new evidence of growing kindliness- significant of the true nature of  ,men and nations." '    .  WHLte   lu-st   OZUy   &  *SvV ^D-iiSUteS   this  afternoon.  It was explained "by Hon. James *  Malcolm, minister of trade and commerce, that the two commissioners-  who are witnesses before the committee have not had an opportunity  to talk matters over, ~ because" Mr.  Snow has been to the West and Mr.  Boyd has been undergoing 'treatment -  in. Montreal. * - "  A three-member -grain: ^boai-V witfi.  headquarters at "Winnipeg, and som-a  six sub-commissioners or field men &������-  inspect  elevators,- deal,    with     com-   tm.tm.X-mm        ^.wa^ Xmm- '  ������m...~m.t-Z a������. J.^        a,������a. JtSt-Z ���������^. g*  fcfJ.G.UX l������i������       OliU V\J        tUTCaUgCbkC       *,\S4J.tmm.tmm\4-S^&  in" the various grain growing districts" ta. Western Caaiada" wero  urged by Mr. Boyd.  The sub-commissioners "would be  located at Edmonton, Calgary, Regina or Moose Jaw, "Northern Manitoba and Southern Manitoba. There  should also be additional elevator inspectors for the rush seasons. Three  na embers, of the board would be bet- ,  ter than-five as proposed, he thought.  The members- should meet often st������  th&t uniformity Sn its decisions could  be obtained. -  Mr. Boyd agreed with the suggestion that one member of the board  visit the markets of Europe eacto  year so?that each "member would get  the ?overseas viewpoint once eacn  thcee years. He thought the situation with the staff of the board under the civil service commission was  fairly satisfaactory.  As to tiie: claims of. Regina for  the headquarters of the grain, board,  Mf; Boyd agreed Regina. was more  nearly the centre of the prairie graitt  growing districts than Winnipeg, but  most complaints had to be stdjusted:  at the cbmpatty^ headqtsarters, which  ^veretfat Winnipeg. It was^ -for this  reason he favored Winnipeg.  Urged To Pay Interest  Montreal.���������The^     government     ot  Canada should pay interest on nil  money held by it and /refundable to  citizens. Such a course is required,  bj^. equity as the- government enjbys*  the use of such money pending. r_-  paymfent on account of taxes, etc. So  states a resolution adopted- toy the  Canadian Chamber of CJommcEce'and  sent to all members; of tb& House. rqt.  Commons and; th,e Senate-, f  Seeking Air MaO Roiite  Swedish   Avia.tor# Thinlcs   U.S.-Scan-  dliiavian  Summer Service,  Possible-.  I^tockhdlm.������������������A    possible    summer  route   for  air  mail   service  between  thev United States and    Scandinavia  is being sought by Capt. Albin Ah-  renberg, Swedish flyer, who hopes to  ���������^gt out about June 3, on a three-stop  flight from Stockholm to New York.  Ahrenberg believes it  Is practicable  to operate an air mall service along  the  northern  route     between    mid-  April and mid-September.   .  The hop,  skip  anct jump  trip  to  New Yorlc should take about three,  days, Ahrenberg thinks.  EXPRESS SHtF MB-N.T S B Y AIR  si  Workntaii Killed At Victoria  Victoria, B.C.���������Charles Watnon, of  Vancouver, was instantly killed whci.  he Coll from the fifth floor of tho now  addition to thc TUmprcsji Hotel, a distance of 100- feet. Ho waa an employee of tho Dominion Bridge Company. * '   *   .-  '* W."  N.    U.    17S7  . Pnymlfle To Be Good  Tien Moines. Ia.���������Dean.13. C. Calloway, who represented students and  faculty of Dea Moines university at  thc meeting of tlxe Baptist Blblo  Union of North America, In Buffalo,  N.Y,, iuifl obtained u pledge from the  students tliat there would be no more  rioting or violence when the trustees  return.  W������w Lonely  Toronto. ���������- Becoming depressed  through loneliness, iua English domestic employed in a local hotel who  had been in'Canada only a week, put  lonjj dWanfte telephone call ,to her  folks ln London. Hor employer announced that the -$50 coats for the  phone call will bo deducted from her  wages.       .--s  AlIHS fi0-a#_i_K6 5sC������d  Man Froim ICngland Has Botcrmlna^  tion To Win Out In Canada  . Toronto. ���������-- Worth ''20fi00 quid"  (������20,000), as he termed tt, George  Westbury, of Ascot, JEJngland, arrived in Toronto with ������2 In his pocketa,  determined to prbvo to England's*  submerged classes that a mom with  pluck and determination can make  good in Canada.  .��������� "I have two pounds in my pocket  now," he said, "and I'd rather put h  shot through my head than, cablo  homo for moro money, '  Canada ranks third In importance  ns a aource of metalh of the platinum 3*r^oup, ttfter Russia and Colombia.  ISxprcss shipments between Canada and European Continental countries  nro handled in part by air service undor an arrangement reached between  the Canadian National Express and tho Imperial Airways, the French  Air Union, tlio C1.D.N.A. of B'ranco and other important continental air  llneH. tho flrst Shipment thucj handled waa flown recently from Croydon  Aerodrome, near London, England, and conn!������t������d of a flmdll lot of valuable  Canadlnn furs shipped from Canada for a Paris salon.���������Canadian National  -Ouilwaya photograpu. ������  Amend  Bankruptcy  Act  Ottawa,���������^Second' and third readings wore given in the Semite to a  measura amending tho Bankruptcy  Act. Senator Jacques Bureau, the*  sponsor, explained that the purposa  of the bill waa to require pcraona  BeolcLng to havo debtora adjudged  bankrupt to t-oko legal action In tha  judicial district of the alleged insolvent.  Alt Ha4 Same Nome  ���������  Battle Creek,  Mich.���������On  one  day  recently threo residents of this city  nnmed Carpenter, died���������Orrlen G,  Carpenter,   84,   Frjmk  R.  Carpenter^  15,  and  yvdjelbort Carpenter, 50. Th*  Cucc :;icn vjcvt not relied.  / fc.'e-vaj,jiM_!.faafc..j������ja44J. ������3?^������ir  THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  I  THE CRESTON REVIEW ^^^^^S^^  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : ������2.50 a year in* advance.  83.09 to U.S. points:  Q. F. Hates. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. MAY 31  Liberal Nomtnaiz&n  may it be said,"Greater love hath  no man than this!-"  Must Make Good on Promise  the  -tat-  West Kootenay liberals are  making no mistake in meeting in  convention on Tuesday to select  a candidate to carry the party  banner in the * federal contest.  From present appearances the  next Dominion election is hardly  more than a year off, and twelve  months is not a bit too long for  the nominee to get around such a  large riding and make a sort of  informal acquaintance before the  actual campaign opens.  Just who the delegates will  choose is hard to forecast. If  Frank Putnam allows his name to  be placed in nomination it is all  but assured that he can bring  home the honor.  At all points in the riding it is  pretty well conceded that his outstanding success as an orchardist;  his experience in lumbering,,and  a well-deserved popularity with  labor, would make him a sure  winner against W. K. Esling, or  any other opponent the Conservatives have to offer.  However, it is not at all likely  that Mr. Putnam can be induced  to enter the federal arena, and  with him eliminated the choice  would seem to lie Between G. S.  Leary, ex-M.P-P., of Nakusp, and  D= D. McLean, who was the Liberal candidate in Neison in the  provincial election last July.  Both are likely looking, and  given a year to familiarize "themselves with the constituency and  its needs, should have no trouble  in disposing of W. K. Esling, who  has proven considerable of a" disappointment the past three years.  have  Teadyfyfoi&^  middle off:Jup^ff^lff? %  y-QrestoTrXib^ at. the  end of thef-^eMtc^j0i|ot delegates _ to  attend theP Wisgj^Sootenay ; Libera!  nominatiug convehppii at Nelson on  Tuesday,:'f;'Just|-^^ it' looks a������  if the choice of fcandidate will lie be-  tween;0,'S.;I^ij4|ip|:Nakusp and D. D.  McLean. of.',- NelitanlP*''  Oreston Masonic Todge is called for  Saturday night; June 1st. when officers  and members of Cranbrook Lodge will  make a fraternal/jyisit. and will have  charge of the degrees to be conferred  at this session. '  ' ��������� ���������       .'AAA  \Arr,:..y:,.:   ... .    ������>    ���������  Paulson & Johnson are  busy   with  the erection fo*f^i!h������,:iBtora, building "fat  ���������nn.*.   *.-������-        ���������  ���������       t_  -    ..   *        ' ^������ CretstonyV:iewfTourist Camp this  While the opinion has all along weekt ind tfe^n alstartywill be made  prevailed that the local member j on the cabi^ ;$)^ to  would strafe Creston for its un-  unkindly consideration shown hini  at the polls last July, anc| while  documentary evidence is not lacking to substantiate that impression, Coi. Wmd Lister must not be  allowed to forget that he has  very definitely assured that a supp.  of not less than $4000 will be  available for gravelling and other  improvements on the North and  South Highway this season.  He   is  also  reminded that  a  sfart shouM be made on*this work  immediately as the tourist rush  will be under way very shortly  and every bit of improvement the  $4000 will assure is badly needed  ���������and the more so now that it is  definitely assured that a liquor  store   is   to   be   opened   at   the  middle of June, bringiTfig with it,  we are assured, a greatly augmented   flow of   the   thirsty sons of  Uncle Sam.  Now that the trucks and men  that .have   been   doing  needed  work in the Lister area have com-  the  everyone  happy by shifting, the men and  The new United Church at Cranbrook wUleosfc* $28,000.  -'-' '      !" ��������� ���������-'       a'" '��������� '        ( V"  Kimberley is having a citizens  meeting this week to arrange For a  Dominion Day celebration and to  discuss ways and means of providing a closed skating rink for the  town this winter* '-  ' ? ''. ���������������������������'���������' ..-..?.    .  *   - ���������.'-.:'    V   ���������  :���������-..  ? New Denver's "-pound ylaw goes  into effect on June 1st. This leads  Jim-Greir to remark that owners  of _ horses and cattle must make  arrangements to pasture their stock  otherwise than iiv people's gardens.  6RAHDTHE&TRE  SafuHlay, June  Laiarst L_aPIaiit������  \  pleted  their gravelling etc.,  ?n3mber    can     make  equipment onto the North and  South Highway job.  Placing the Blame  Highways  m some quarters an attempt is  made to excuse the local representative's inaction on highway  improvements by trying to put  the blaniQ. on the local general  road foreman and the district  engineer���������severally and jointly.  Those who recall the ��������� days of  1920-28 ahd the colonel's specialty  at denouncing road conditions as  they then existed are hard pressed  to account for the poor showing  he has made to date; hence the  play to make Messrs Davies or  Ramsay the goat.  In the old days Mr. Ramsay  . >P#yf-'-.:���������.-  Rev. Jy Herd^lkn^f Sandon, a former pastor of ^|Bl||^pnited Church.  wasrette-wib-ga|q������||nt^������|ces on Friday.  He returned ;f^*^^������ifeif;ence at Van  couver withy-K,^f|^R. B. Cribb. He  states ythnt���������:���������', '^h||iir*fff5$ra. Herdman'a  health !*hOws impi-ovenient, her. cbri-  Iclition is still t*erl<uis.  Holy Cross Church Indies are well  pleased with tn^ aisccess of their dance'  in the GrantlllttheHtve ballroom on  ���������JEPrid.iy. night. \vhi������-h atlfaded a la,i-Kt������  attendance. Mrs Lister's orchestra  furnished 'h-a usiml high dnsa music,  the lunciivvus splendid and everyone  had a iRtM'd tiii>tC?fThe intake at popular prices was in the neip-hbouhood  of $125.  Mrs. George Men i^on nnd Mrs.  Winchoiimbtj ������fi*e hostesses at the  former's home on Burton avenue on  Tuesday evening at a shower in honor  of Miss Lillianf Oherriiijjjtnn. whose  man-in-if-e to Mi* Howard Allan.of Trail  takes place on Wednesday next. The,  evening was "feery pleasantly y spent at  bridge at which it he guest of honoi-  **aa winner of the yigh score prize*,  and bt-fore t'-He. serving' of lunch .the  bride-to-lie was happily remembered  with a very attractive array of cups  and saucers, accompanying which were  the hearty good wishes of the donors  for the success and happiness of the  bride-elect.  The opinion so freely and unanimously stated at tl?e May meeting of Creston Board of Trade,      that the roads in this district are^"^���������^^ on* ^toes press  CARD OF THANKS  B^WBBMtW:  <a/ ���������*������������������-.: v, -   **- '- - -   -'  Motors  ��������� . ��������� ������������������'        '.--������������������   *--*>���������"  Outb&arif M*i^L^mp  1. All. Ball and  Roller. Bearing Con-.  ���������������eruc.fi<m.which insures smooth running, and long life. ^  2. Frictiohleas Power Head formerly  known only to high speed "cars���������an  exclusive Evinrude feature.  3. Easy Starting. 111% lower spark.  One pull on the easy-starter and ypu  are away. ���������    ���������   .  4. Under Wafer Exhaust. With" no  loss of power, no more gas fumes in  your boat,-no more noise.  5.' Straight Ahead Steering-leaves your  hand free for fishing.  6. Super Magneto produces a 13,000  volt spark. Waterproof. Tests  provejl magneto efficient after 4 or 5  hours under water.  7. Self Starting.  8r- Positive T������/#-aj������ insures under water  water parts against damage.  9. Advanced Carburetor. Spray proof.  Airhorn. Autotype Carburetor fully  automatic.  10. T&rpsdo Streamline .Gsar housing  ���������friction is reduced to a very minimum.  A Comedy Drama full of  Fun and Action  TWO-REEL COMEDY  M-G-M  FORM I?.  Certificate of Improvements  'AfOr/Q-57  Sunrise,   Bonanza.    Commodore,   and  Idaho Mineral Claims, situate in -fie  -  Nelson Mining Division'of Kootenay  District.  Where located: Oh Dundee Mountain and  Wild Horse Creek, near Ymir._  TAKE NOTICE that I, A, E Green, acting  as agent for David Grobe, Fyee Miner's Certificate No. 4716D, and Laurent Archambaalt,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 229SSD, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown  ���������grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under  section 85, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 26th day of March, 192BT  A, H. GREEN.  AT'TUB  Mrs. Manuel and sons take this op.  portsinity   of   thanking    their    many I  frjiends who so kindly- gave their  helpfj  in time of trouble and need,  and also  for tbe many letters of sympathy and  beautiful floral ti ibotes received.  Mrs. John Graham takes this means  of expresing her sincere appreciation  of the thoughtful ness of many neighbors, the church people and the girls  in remembering -.her with so many  flowers during her illness.  Kiteheik&r  th6 worst ever experienced, would  apRear to be the general feeling  throughout the Valley, if one may  judge by the flock of new Conservative associations that have  come into being in the past six  weeks.  These organizations have made  their appearance   at   Kitchener,  Canyon and Wynndel.   While we  have no definite information as to'  the why and wherefore   cf   the  Kitchener movement, the Review  has it firsthand that at the other  two points the decision to organize is solely due to inactivity in  getting   highway  improvements  under way this year.  As a very prominent Canyon  Conservative    puts    it:     More  money has been appropriated for  local work and by far the biggest-  ever highway loan arranged for  1929, and here it is the end of  May and travelling the poorest  in years.  In addition to neglect of needed  improvements, these new associa- * * Jf 1_������ 1  tions are not backward   in   an-1 2-������OC21a SiHCl1 a ���������5!fS������X15lJ.  nouncing that they are going to  11".    Easy to Oarry.      . __ f  12.    Pressure    Vaccum    Cooling.    No  moving parts.   Nothing to wear out.  Get our late catalogue.   Free today.  -- Enquiries promptly answered.   -.-.-���������,  New Stot*o  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of.  F. C RODOERS  CRESTON  Distributor for Creston, Nelson and  .   Kaslo Districts.  \Aa&fiwG?s-9*  We***!? intmwwem  and  &������tmWhmW8a WensSBm  ^FuUlstock.   r Priced Tight;  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  ing for money and losing no time  putting crews to work spending  it. If times have changed the  fault does not lie with Mr. Ramsay Either the department at  Victoria or Coi. Fred Lister are to  blame and are not going to be  allowed to crawl out from under  their responsibility. #  On his return from the session  the local member boasted he had  $60,000 of an ordinary appropriation, and was assured of another  $250,000 from the loan. If his  statement is correct and he really  intends to have that amount expended in highway betterments  in the riding it is about time the  colonel was coming out of his  long slumber;    a few more weeks  MIrb Ford was at Creston for the  Queen's Birthday, a gtiestof Mrs, Ton*.  Ross.  Mr. and Mrs- Senesael and family  were at Cranbrook for May 24th on a  visit with friends.  Mrs. Geroux was, ji Sunday visitor  at Moyie, a guest of Mrs. St. Denis.  Messrs. Woodman and A tt ridge of  Cranbrook were here on u weekend  visit at Sash & Door Company.  *C Senesael is at wotk installing nn  up to date gasoline tank and pump.  Gr. A. Hunt and the Sash & Door  Company are busy loading out the  winter cut of poles. Three, or four  cars roll east daily.  Rev. W.A. Pound, United Church  pastoi at Moyie held service in the  sohoolhoiiBe on Sunday and had a very  large turnout. Kitchener people were  pleased to have Rev. Mr.   Pound  with  HBBDBH  CHRYBLER  .      ANNOUNCES NEW, LOWER PRICES  COUPE $1045.      SEDAN $1120  of this sort of sleeping sickness .  and the other constituencies will them<  have     picked      off      everything,      Messrs. Sum Littlejohn and M  Presidents Packman, Strudwicke,  Searle and Mallandaine, it's up to  you���������and do it now.  see to it that when laborers are  needed residents in the districts  in which the work is undertaken  get the preference. In other  words they are to invoke a sort of  anti-dumping clause to protect  th" home labor market.  Just how de.perate the situation is can be effectively gleaned  from tho or^anizritiori at Canyon,  whore wc have the "dry" Wm. TtJ.  Searle honding an hk oeiation that  Senesael and Miss Ford iind Mis. Drlff'i  were Kuskanook visitors on Sunday,  making the trip by auto.  W.  IS.  Card wishes to inform  the  iniblic (.hut he has opened  up a store  'oi the sale of ice cream, soft drlnkn,  Ice cold  lemonade.     Alan a largo re-,  frlgerator, practically new, for hal*������.  Tho Shell Oil Company pumped tho  fir������t couple of cars of g..s into the big  20,000 guHim limit on Filil.iy. and on  W,il uril.iV .he <h*l.\������������iy truck vvhh on  tin* voiinrlN, Mr. KnHin in- in charge  of t lu* (Ji'CMton  branch.  $1225 was received in fees from  patrons of Fernie..swimming pool  la������t year. Operating oost was  $1239.  Tho Greenwood Ledge mispendod  puhlieatioi. (.������.. M-*y 2J5rd. Tho  Lorlpjo has been-in exiHtueoe at least  25 years.  At Kelowna growers havo 80 por  Not in one single instance have Chrysler Motors  permitted their STANDARD OF QUALITY  to be sacrificed or cheapening measures to be  used   to   meet   this new  reduction   in   price.  A  Chrysler's  Principle   of  Standardized Quality  is to compel volume by quality* uot to seek production by price. Chrysler is undoubtedly the  world's lowest pricod producer of quality cars.  H^^ ^^b    H   rail  OTiirjo  Canyon St. at Barton Ave., Creston  Mi. unci Mi'H. H. O.mkMil unci chlMicn  cent. moi. toinnlo plantn than   are  ttlm hit*'." Ih-.-h it-Niilt'iiii. tn Ci4-������tni.  thn piihl. yen!', I'iM.iM'iioil tn thoir lumiu  In KSinhi'ilcy on Halur.lny.     Mr.   Gun  has,  an part Ot   lti* Objective. the( k������"ll hu-> Imhhi in charpj.-nt i!<������nHU*ui*������.i<������n  matur of advancing the interests of t\w iti^v w. M. Archihaia r������'wi������h'u<:.>.  of the  "WCt" Col. Liflter.      When'     An i.im'imuil. <!nt..innni<������.t.i.������u of  thn  mquirod to rucot.   naniicry   require-  m -ii'a tins soanon;  Antioipatinw a wator shortnKo  t.littt ynar Voriion haa already limited lawn MprinklinR to two hours  morniiiK and nvetiii.K, -a    "St  xjtijs   -L;j*s.-i!.������'j;ois   .wjci ** I.-* t*  Ghrisf Ohurelia Oreston  SUNDAY. JUNE _2  CRESTON���������8.00 a.m.. Holy Commun  ion.   7.30 p.m.. Evensong.  LISTER���������11.00    a.wu. .  Matins    aind  Holy Communion.  United Church  Kev. B. E. Cribb, B.A., Minister.  Local and Personal  11.00 a, m.���������WYNNDEL.  2.30 p.ru.-r-CANYON.  7.30 p.m,���������ORESTON.  C= 0= FRENCH  AUCTIONEER  CRESTON "  Sales conducted at any point in the district.  Arrangements for sales can be made with.  X). S. Timmons at Creston Motors, Creston.  F;"H. JAQKSON  :  : ?kE'&L''������S VATE'? :���������..;���������*  Listings solicited.  creston;  b.c;  l^akil.8p'.'had ma  over  65  years of of a^e who recently afctenf  ded at) old timers banquet. -  AfPUESs Wanted���������I am preparecLto  buy all surplus apples suitable for  cider. "Will pay cash or exchange for  wheat.    Albin Nelson,* Creston.  The' baseball season was opened on.  Sunaay with a game between Erickson  and, Wynndel in which the former  was winner by a score ot 12 to 8.  Creston and District -Women's Institute meet in June session on Friday  next, at which arrangements will be  made for the annual flower show.  Work will be rushed at fitting np  the Lfvniont building and it is bopejl to  have the government liquhr store open  for business by the middle of June.  Fob Rent���������5-room bungalow furnished; including garage, chicken  house, nicestrawberryfbed, a few hives  of bees; near school. Enquire Keview  Office.  The former Henry Lyne ranch is  again occupied.    Mr. and Mrs.   L.ytie  ahd fanijlyf>with Mr. and Mrs. P'i'rn  M**l)on;i](i taking pnsession at Lhe first  of June.  W. E. Curd wishes to inform the  public l h-n't he has ripened :. up a store  .fm the siile of ice cieiiin, softy drinks,  lire coM"lemonade. Also a large refrigerator, practically new. for j.al������.  .   It is' officially, announced  that for  this season it will be legal to shoot one  doe deer.    For several years past the-'  kill of venison has heen   confined   to  bucks only.  R. W. Maxwell' was a Cranbrook  visitor last week, And on bis return is  accompanied by> Mrs. D. ������. Maxwell  and young son 4*/ho. are visiting with  Mrs, Maxwell.   -.  I am unable to-continue dres&mak>  ing and have for sale sewing machine,  adjustable dress form, large mirror;  clearance of home sewing. Miss, Hills,  Fourth Street. Creston.  Geo. Morgan of Coleman, Alberta.  j?ho arrived cast Thursday vfco attend  tbe funeral of the late A. I). Manuel,  remained for a few days* vsstt with his  sister, Mrs. W. S. Bush.  WE ADVISE  YOU TO ORDER NOW  ���������and thus Be sure of early \delivery.  OHAa������. O. ROJ3<^B3R������  s  f-.-,--..A-->--i,-.*-->-.^-->���������-.-.-.--���������-.- :-���������--. --���������������    ���������������!-.>,    *.-*.+.-  M-9_A_A__i  ���������>^_V-l-fcil^____l  t  NOTICE  '  Growers of Tree Fruits and Vegetables  In order to make the operations of the Produce Marketing Act of ftnpre benefit to growers it is essential that information be obtained by the Committee of Direction from all  growers regarding acreage, plantings and shipments. Power  to obtain this information is contained in Sec. II (r) of the  1929 Amendments.  Forms for this purpose may be obtained from any licensed  shipper or from the Committee of Direction. These forms  should be filled in by growers and returned before July 1,1929.  Failure to-return form by the above date constitutes a  breach of the Produce Marketing Act and makes the grower  liable to the penalties provided in the Act.  -    INTERIOR TREE FRUIT & VEGETABLE  y   ... COMMITTEE OF DIRECTION.  Kelowna, B.C.  1  m������mt,m"*',m> ���������*������������������*���������*���������  ���������fTy,'.'Vl*'������!������'������'������'������,*'������'*'  '*mm/mwmmmv,mtr'www*p  warn  m  glMflillllW  Mh at mi mm  Connection  ���������ARKETS   fluctuate   and  conditions   change, but the hazards of* farming  are less when the farmer is also a business  man..    .     '_"���������;  However;, as the farmer has riot every  opportunity of keeping in touch with the  Business World, a good Banking connection is especially necessary to him���������the  Bank .Manager provides a ready contact  with business affairs.  Our country Managers command the  knowledge and expearience of the whole  Bank, andjevery"local Manager >|s devoted  to furthering "the interests of the community in which he resides.  Any Branch of the Bank wiU give yovpaSnsttikin&  adviris and dependable service,  ti^MALBANK  OF CANADA  UroitOT Branch :   O. W. A.IAA.N, Maniugor.  Branohos at Cranbrook, Pernio, Invownoro  =3  8NAPS1  We have some real ones in Used Cars. If you want  to get honest value in a used car you should deal with  the dealers who have the beat line of oars and are not  compelled to give long trade-in., prices when selling a  new car, and are, therefore, in a position to sell their  trade-ins at a lower figure than their competitors.  All the  New Model A Cars in  stock.  OUR SHOP EQUIPMENT IS THE BEST  PJjjEjJHgga^       g^img^gj      ugLt*!   J^       fs       ui|u.     MSfSMutLmY jd0^m*. MIX CMttttt���������i jj-S__. .r4_____. m*^^^*  il   iTrtu-   iwl'   I   Cw   mVm \mm\\   'P^   fl****^''' JO^ *P*t%   Pl^K,  PALMER    A.     MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED OV C.A.SOLINI-  liUMBEB Bor Sale���������6 to 12 inches  wide, in 8-foot lengths, at $10 per  thousand at mill, near Porthili or $14  per thousand * delivered afc Creston.  Monrsd Wigen5 Oreston.  - Rev. W. Vance, who is dean of the  Anglican theological college at Vancouver, wafi here at the wep"kenil on  his usual two yenr rustle for funds in  support .;fth������fc institution.  The flood-waters on rhp flafs we. e  high at. the middle of last week that  stockmen were lH.*-y 'Thursday round*  ih^r uf> the cattle and hf-rrtm-*? th^m  into the liilla? fur suhuner p.isture-  The weather-up till S.-iturnay included some tempei;atures as high as 85,  hut at thn w<������f*kend a cooler wave  arrived and Sunday a.m. saw the mercury dip to one degiee a hove" freezl h-r.  Nex1 week the Grand presents the  **Bi*sr .Parade.".'Whieh will run both  Friday and Saturday nights atpopnlar  prices.. It is the biggest war- episode  ever filmed'according to pre&.'s reports.  The 'ladiesJof-.f3h'rist--Chrtrrh were fa v--  ored with quite ?a"goofl turnout nf  buyers at their spriiig Sale and tea" jtt  the Parish Hall oii Sftiturday afternoon  at which the cash intake was about  $115.  Mrs (ReV.) Cribb and children, who  accompanied the.pastor of Trinity  UBlt-ed Ohurch to Vaneourer for  ference, are remaining in thatf city .f-r  an extended vacation with Mrs. Cribb's  parents. ��������� '���������.     ���������-,. "!/,'..-���������  Tbe B.C. government, has just*- published a list of residents in the province |  who are in arears for  personal  prop*  Ierty and. income tax.; :: Amangst the  niany delinquents ^"ffour afce fehojivh  from Crestony who are "owinjgf a total  of $180. One gentleman owes half of  this total.  Mrs: J. B. Hayden and those who  were associated with"her in the recent  drive for membership will entertain  those helping Mrs. Hare and all the  new members of Creston... and District  Women's Institute %t an afternoon  tea with programme an do ther feature^  at Trinity Uhurch. Hall on Tuesday  afternoon, June 4th, from .3' to 5  o'clock. In the drive 65 new members  were added of whom the losers enrolled SI.  Rev. R. B. Cribb was a motor.visitor  to Cranbrook on Monday. He was a  visitor at the hospital and reports the  local patients, L. T. Xeveque, W. H."  Kolthammer ar.d Howard Blingsby,  all making satisfactory progress. On  his return he was accompanied to  Moyie by, Rev. Bryce Wallace where  the two were a committee to select a  residence which the United Church  propose to purchase as a manse for the  Yahk-Moyie.Liimberton field pastor,  who resides at Moyie.  Twice-a-W������ek Delivery  Service in Alice  Commencing February 1st I am inaugurating  a Tuesday and Friday afternoon delivery in  connection with the rural mail service.  "Will deliver anything from small parcels up to  500 pounds, delivery to be taken at mail  box location.  Minimum charge of 10 cents. ^Stage leaves  Greston at 4 p;m.*  To ensure delivery telephonef instructions must  reach.us bjr i^ o*clock noon of mail days.  * ���������- "-.-��������� w.������������������-'���������������������������. 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Buy the bent. s/:-  THE   KEYIEW,^   #^  A Munificent Gift  STANDARD  OFOUALiTY^  MAKE  _r,r\_������ n\/PD  SO YEARS  Mr.  W.    H.    Askew,    Of   Scotland,  Donates Large Sum To Aid Bri-  tlsh Colonization In Canada  The "Department ' of Colonization  and Development of the Canadian  Pacific Railway announces a munificent gift tin the part off Mr. W. H.  Askew, fofj liadykirk, Scotland, to  thei cause of British colonization in  Canada. Mr. Askew who Is a gentleman of means and \vell known in*  Scotland for his broad public spirit,  has provided ten thousand dollars to  enahle suitable families from the "border regions of England and Scotland  to emigrate. to Canada and engage  in agriculturalWork.  Forty of these families are now on  their way from Great Britain, and  their departure has received wide  publicity in the British press on account of the original circumstances  und^r which these families are being  moved.  The fact that Mr. Askew has provided ten thousand dollars makes  possible, under the provisions of th������  Empire Settlement Act, an advance  of a further ten thousand dollars for  tlie forwarding of suitable British  i families td* Canada. The Act, in ques-  * tion authorizes the Secretary o������!  State to co-operate with private or-  ganizatoins In formulating and  carrying out schemes for affording  joint assistance to suitable persons  in Great Britain, who intend to settle in any of the Overseas Domln-  ions. It is quite possible, therefore,  that as a result of Mr. Askew's de-  Dame    Bmilie Charlotte de Bathe,   eision   to   assist   prospective   British  better known  as Lily  Langtry.  left  colonists in the manner    mentioned,  J &   - three  hundred families may be  en-  $~d7..������Z5. ahled  to come forward, to    Canada.  Canada is the only Dominion thatf The number depends on the precise  recorded an increase in British i_Q-|-*BTO^nt advanced to each particular  *-      -    -. nno ��������� family.  naagrataon m 1928. *     At  Mr   .Askew*s   request   the  Def-  Witltout explanation of the delayJpartment of Colonization and Devel-  the post office has delivered to Clif-1 opment, Canadian Pacific Railway,  *���������~* r. ������,,,,������������������,. ^* -vr^���������. vr,..^ <->.^���������~- has entered into an agreement with  ford Ca Gilbert ot New Haxen, Conn., U^ secretary of State for Dominion  a letter mailed October 15, 1912, inj Affairs, for the recruiting, placement  Hartford. J in agricultural occupation    and    all  a ���������?*,=���������.  ������,.*  -j^^cc r.p *xo-,t  ���������.���������vr,+3,.= * general admrninistrative    work   con-  After an simess of many  months,   *���������liul ���������H+K tho e���������-h_������������������,  Senator  Robert  Watson,  76,  pioneer  1-burlbod  doesnt doyma&ygppd  if vnu'm tired  At the end of a day*s work, relieve  nervous tension before eating*  Wsigley's will refresh sn-4 trcsss yoss.  up���������so that you're ready to enjoy  Your food.  Then, after roeals. Wrigley's helps  digestion, cleanses the teeth, removes  all traces of eating or smoking���������  sweetens the breath.  MftlGLEYS  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JXJNb 2  LATE7R  EXPERIENCIES  J22REMIAH  OF  Golden Text: "Blessed are ye when  men shall reproach you, and persecute, and say all manner of. evil  against you falsely, for My sake."���������  Matthew 5.11. ^  Lesson: Jeremiah 20.1-6*; 37.1 to  3S.2S;  43.1-7. -  Devotional Reading; Matthew 5.  3-11.  MA DEy IM P IflifEy NVEf SPTP -���������  Ifiiflllli!  ��������� -_yyy������y* <^ r~ y <r<  ���������- ;-'?--j -it ������z-������ ���������<-J -y-y  Ba-aTWrta*.  Carload Of Muskrats  of the prairies, and for years prominent in western political circles, died  at the home of his daughter,-Mrs. J.  Hilton McGregor, Brandon, Man.  Word of the death of Peter lighter, engineer on the first train to en- ]  ter what is now Vancouver, on May  23, 18S7, was received by D. C. Coleman, vice-president, Canadian Pacific Railway. Mr. Righter died at his  home in Vancouver.  Harbor improvement bills passed  in the House totalled $10,000,000 for  .Montreal Harbor; $10,000,000 foi  Vancouver Harbor; $5,000,000 for  Halifax Harbor; and 52,000,000 each  for the harbors of Three Rivers and  Chicoutimi.  The "West Indies is considering establishing a trade commissioner in  Canada, Sir Edward Davson, chairman of the West Indies conference,  stated at Ottawa. Sir Edward is investigating trade possibilities in  Canada.  Among the entrance scholarships*  awarded at "Upper Canada College,  are *T The Gordon Southam Number 1  (value $600 a year for three years)  ���������Robert Kay Gordon, Edihonton,  Alta.; Number 3 (value $600 a yeat  for three years), Edgar Stanfieiu,  Edmonton.  nected with the scheme  The famines which will arrive during the next week-end will he at once  distributed on arrival in Canada in  placement which has already been  assigned; twenty-five families having  been allocated to the Canada Colonization Association, subsidiary of the  One     Thousand     Animals     Shipped  From Oak Lake To Germany  A carload of live muskrats bound  for Hamburg, Germany, left Oak  Lake at the end of April, via the  Canadian Pacific Express, therve he-  ing 1,000 animals in the shipment.  They were, trapped in the Oak Lake  breeding grounds and shipped in "boxes by Furs Limited, each box containing twelve pair. This is believed  to be a record shipment.  HOUSEHOLD CARES  Fall   Heavily   On   the   Woman  Who Is Run Down���������Thin  Blood the Trouble  To the woman who has her housework to do and her family to attend  to, illness    is    almost    a : calamity.  ^Explanations and Comments  The Princes* Fear the Influence Of  Jeremiah and Seek His Death, verse  4.-���������Jeremiah, was held a prisoner in  the guard-house at Jerusalem during  its seige by the Babylonians. He could  still  address those around him, and  he prophesied the fall of the city and  advised surrender.    The effect of his  ���������words -was  to   weaken  the  courage  and purpose of the fighting power of  the  people.     Tjae  princes  denounced  him to' the king as one whose words  weakened the defense of    the    city.  "Let   this   man   be   put   to   death,"  they urged, for "he eeeketh not the  welfare of this people, but the hurt."  "So,  then,    am    I    become    your  enemy by telling you the truth ?'*-���������  Paul.  Jeremiah Is Cast Into a Dungeon,  verses 5, 6. "He is in your hands,"  said the weak king, and with, this  gesture of helplessness acknowledged  that he could: hot withstand thean;  they could do with Jeremiah, as they  .would. "He was afraid of Jeremiah,  afraid of God, afraid of his princes,  afraid of his enemies, afraid even  to be himself." ���������- Emily Huntley. ���������  "Zedekiah miserably vacillated between listening to y the prophet's  counsels of surrender and the truculent noble's advice to resist to the  last gasp. Like most weak men, he  was afraid to do right, and fancied  that.he was compelled by the force  of circumstances to do wrong. So he  drifted and drifted, and at last was  smashed to fragments on the rocks,  as all men are who do not keep a  strong hattd^" on the helm and a  steady eye on "the compass. The winds  are good servants but bad masters."  -^-Alexander MacLaren.  Department    of      Colonisation     and j Many  a woman  Development; others will occupy new "j household duties when she is feeling  \taa**.c.     r\*-������     n-_rlfr-V������      Vi������_  ->-.\<r-w������j������t>       vu       m* -.wa*.      - ���������  cottages erected "by the Colonization  Construction Branch of the Canadian  Pacific, and the remainder on-farms  prepared by the Canadian Pacific'under^ the agreement made last fall  with the Overseas Settlement Committee.  Asked for his personal comment  on this new" scheme Colonel J. S.  Dennis CUtt-G. Chief Commissioner  of the Department of Colonization  and Development, said: "I have no  hesitation, whatever, in saying that  Mr. Askew's magnificient action is a  strong reminder that the whole matter of the movement of British colonists to Canada calls for special efforts onvthe part of all organizations  ready t-o v������rop. ifler u63,d acues, Sue  may he breathless at the least exertion she has little relish for food, and  always feels tired and nervous. The  botile-fect babies  PREBBABT SQL0K9  Write The Borden -Co., Limited, Dept.  B 41, 140 St. Paul Street W.,Mont������r_,  for two Baby Welfare Boo^esi  - WHS*.    UatuSBfcuCHj.    *._������oa,   fitjcG  Luther's    Catechism    Its    Still    Being  Used In Lutheran Schools  While text books; change of ten and  trouble is poor hlood���������thin, watery few studies today are a decade old,  blood, and she badly needs the health j one yet in use can^ celejjrate its four  v^��������� ������,.,<. ���������������������.������������������ t*.     ���������t.������������������������.    ������������������������������ -^ndredth    anniversary     with ? the  help that only D*v Williams' Pink  Pills can give her. The rich, red  folbod-'which comes through the use  of these pills promptly restores  anaemic sufferers to good health.  Among the thousands who have  found new health through the use of  this medicine isyMrs. John W.'Mac-  donald, Cardigan? P.E.I., who says:^���������  "I can' most strongly recommend Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. I was so run  down in health that I was unable to  and individuals who are in a position {do my housework alone. My husband  to speed up the Important task in thought I would never get better, as  question. As is well known we have I_ had tried different kinds of medi-  always  concentrated   our  efforts   on | cine, -with no    benefit    whatever.    I  No Asthma Remedy Like It.       Dr.  J.  D.  Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy is  distinctly different from    other    so-  called remedies. Were this not so it j Askew should have seen fit to ask us  would not have continued its  great; to join in this proposal, which.is now  work of relief    until    known    from i eliciting   much     commendation     in  the movement of.the largest possl-i  ble number of British settlers to  Canada, spending large sums in that  connection, taut due to conditions  which have existed in. the last few  years and the administrative diffjj*-  cultics, which seem to arise, now ana  again, under the apparently necessary numerous regulations which  must he observed; results have been  disappointing. The Askew scheme,  however, as it is sure to be widely  known in the future, marks a step  forward in the progress of British  colonization in Canada, and we are  greatly pleased,  of course, that Mr,  ocean to ocean for its wonderful  value. Kellogg's tbe foremost and  hest of all asthma remedies, stands  upon-���������a reputation founded in the  hearts of thousands who have "known  ita benefit.  Production Of Asbestos  Canadian asbestos, which is of the  chrysotile   or   serpentine . variety,   is  practically   all * obtained    from    the  Eastern Townships, Quebec.  Uae MlntLrd'H for the rub down.  Great Britain, and will continue to  reflect thc greatest credit and satisfaction to its sponsor."  .  Corns disappear when treated with  Holloway's   Corn   Remover    without  leaving a scar.  was advised to try Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills, which I did, and to my  joy I found they were just the thing  I needed. I took six boxes of the  pills and found myself restored to  my old-time good health."  Try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for  anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness. Take them as a tonic if  you are not in tlie.beat physical condition and cultivate resistance that  will keep you well and strong. Get  a box frona the nearest drug store  and "begin thi3 treatment now; or  you can get the pilla by moil at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Lutheran World Congress, June 25 to  July 31. .. "Luther's Catechism" was  written four hundred years ago, and  still is used in Lutheran schools. The  Lutheran church is the largest Protestant church. Its membership is  estimated from 75,000,000 to 80,000,-  000, mostly in Northern Europe and  America. The three books translated into: most languages in the world  are: -The Bible, in about 80 languages; "Luther's C.ate<Aism," in  137; "Pilgrim's Progress," in 10?.  The most, translated hymn is  Luther's "A Mighty Portress," in  150.  To Stimulate Sheep Raising  S.V --���������-.. '-.-.. : :���������    .������������������.'���������'  Plan'. Inaugurated   In   Manitoba  To  ��������� ."  Assist "Farmers . .  The proposal launched in Brandon  during March by His Honor, Lieutenant-Governor James D. McGregor,  for. the stimulation of sheep-raising  in Manitoba, has now been put oh a  working basis in Winnipeg. The  Manitoba Livestock Credit Company,  .Limited,, has beeii organised with tha  aims and objects of assisting the  farsners of the province to put more  ; sheep on their property. The author-  fizedf capital of <the hew company ia  $500,000 and A. L. Cressiln, of Winnipeg,, is. president, Hon. J;. D. Mc-,  Grejgor? vice-president^ f John , Mc-  Eachern, treasurer, and Thomas "A,  Acheson, secretary and manager, y  Bow Bells Out Of Order  The noted bells of Bow Church ln  thie City of London, the bells that  chimed the old tune, "Turn .again,  Whittlngton," are not ringing.'. The  bells are out of order and money for  their repair not available.  Peevish, p$le, restless, and sickly  children owe their condition to  worms/Mother Graves' Worm. Exterminator will relieve them'and restore health.  How To Dye An Old Rug  Be  ''Does your wife play bridge?"  "No,"     answered     Mr.     Meekton.  "She's  one  of  those  experts  at   the  -.fame who  uutko hard work ot it."'  ii������iwi< ������������������!��������� im������ m-_iiir.il ���������   nmm.m������\me������mMm*******mmim*mmmmm*mw.%m\ws*mmmmmmmmimmm*mm  REUEVEB  . . . QUICKLY  Thia Purely VcgtUll* Pill  aids nature aa a laxative 1u ita a.'K'c>r.t!v������  dutloB.    ort.au ono of  tbesti  Utile pilla taken  ul'ter mcula  or at bud time will do wonders, oa������  poclally whon you havo overeaten  or aro troubled  with  constipation.  Itomembor thoy are Dr. Carter's for-  inum,'young* und old can talc*-, t.hom,  AH r>niK������l������t.H *2flr! and 7fic rod jilc������n.  CARTER'S IHZi PILLS  mms*smmmttmm*m* iM^������mmmm*m*m*mmmm**mmmmmmmm^ii^mm*m*mmmm*i*m������mmmmtmmm>i~**  W.    N.    U.    17B7  li CARTERS  "^-feaa  The Board Of Health  Strolling along the quays of New  York harbor, an. Irishman came  across a wooden barricade placed  around *tlie enclosure whoro emigrants suspected of Buffering from  contagious diseases aro isolated.  "Pwlint's this boarding for?" ho  enquired of a bystander.  "Oh," was the reply "that's to  keep out* fever and tilings like that,  you  know," *���������  "Indadc!" said Pat, "qlvo often  heard of thc board of health, but bo-  jabbers, it's the first tolmo oi've Been  it!"  Record Of Eiarth.nuakoH  On tlio average ovor J'OO cavLh-  quakos a year, or roughly one a day,  aro registered on tho seismographs  it". Iho Dominion Ohscrvatory, Ottawa. The majority of these, howavci*?  do not involve any serious disturbance anywhere, and* comparatively  lew originate In Canada.  ��������� ��������� ���������       At.      mas* *>    h  r3@c3B*t    BfOlBESS������  Hands and feet  Numb and Cold  Mra. Wm, Fowlor, Auburn, Ont..  wrltds:���������"Several years ago I was  troubhid witli my heart and nerves,  ao bad, at times, my hando would  become numb and cold. I took doctor's medicine, for a while, but It did  me littlo or no good. X happened to  SCO  It Will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds are  the commonest ailments of mankind,  and if neglected may lead to serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas* Eclectric  Oil will relieve the bronchial passages of inflammation speedily and"  thoroughly and will strengthen them  against subsequent attack. And. as it  eases the inflammation it -will usually  stop the cough because it allays the  irritation in. the throat. Try lt and  jprove it.  -  Worlds Highest Bridge  The new Grand-Canyon Bridge on/  the Arizona Highwawy,  is  485 feet  in   height,   and. therefore   beats  th������.  hitherto unassailed record of the Victoria Palls Bridge with ita 425 feet  from the river's "bed.     ,  4*tr*������a*p^-DTHV**  Brv&pili  MhauraTr*. Liniment for aide animals*  advertised and started taking tliem  at once, and continued for eomo time,  and aince then 1 have had no return  of  my trouble."  Price 50c. a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by Tho T. MUtourn Co.,  Ltd., Toronto.  Ont.  Successful    Method    That   May  Used In the Homo  Old rugs may bo dyed at home in  a practical manner reads an article  in the. May issue of "Successful  Farming."  "First of nil, spread the rug out  flat and scruh thoroughly clean with  one can of rug soap and water. Let  tt stand for -fifteen minutes and then  spray well with cold water from the  garden hose, or rinse with buckets of  cold water. *' For a 9 x 12 rug use  six packages of cine of the standard,  well known brands of dye designated  for allk arid wool mixtures. Set tho  color with a half pint of vinegar, full  strength. Thc rug will take the dye  nicely while still damp but tbo drying takes some time."  A Logical Cone.IiiHlnn  Father���������"Jimmy, why did you Hole  the little Jones boy?"  Jimmy���������"You told mo to."  Father���������"I told you to! Why, my  non, what do you mean?"  dimmy���������"Didn't: you tell me tine  other day that it was moro blessed  to give than to receive?"  Father���������"Yes, but���������"  Jiminy���������"Well. I had to give him  a llckin* or receive one."'  Only   those  who  have  na  worries  can afford to look worried.  Keep Miniml'M tn the Medicine vlimt-  WHEN a cold or exposure  LuutfaS aches and ptxins ll.al '  ���������penetrate to your very bones, there  is always quick relief in Aspirin,  It will make short work of that  headache or any little pain. Just  as effective. in the more serious  suffering from neuralgia, neuritis,  rheumatism or lumbago. No ache  or pain iiv ever too <lccp-scatccl Ear  Aspirin Uibkts lo relieve, and l.wy  don't affect the heart, All druggists,  with proven directions for varioua  uses which many people hnve found  invaluable in'the relief, of ���������pains stud  aches of many kinds.  Auptr.ii Id a Tr������l(1������'Ui������r_ lU-tftwt/wa Lu Ga������~4U- 0  s -  ,r  THE   BEVTEW.   iORBSTON,   B.   O.  And Have a Clear Skin  :   ^   -    Gently anoint the affected part  \- with Cuticura Ointment. Wash off  in five -minutes with. Cuticura Soap  and hot water and continue bathing  for some minutes. Pimples, eczemas, rashes, and irritations are  quickly relieved and healed "by this  treatment. Cuticura Talcum is fira-  fa grant and refreshing, an ideal tdict  powder. .  Boap25c,p.ntfnei>t26 and 50c.Te.lco35 25e. Soldevery*  where. - sample-eaohfrae. Address OutMlAe Depot:  S. 1. WaifcCejapaay Xd&aiisd, BSestseaS.  Cuticura Shaving SUck 25c.  riment among tthe band. The Rtars  would never fall "under the power of  the French!  "To kilUthe Red Sbiadow, Fontaine must kill us all1" shouted ono  of iiem' lustily. -  "May evil spirits possess them,  Fontaine and ��������� Margot Bonvalet!"  added another fiercely.  All at once their talking ceased.  They drew themselves' to military  attention. For before them stood  the Red Shadow himself 1  The Desert Song  ��������� BY ���������  VIRGINIA MORRIS  Copyright 1929 Warner Bros.  JPieiuyes, Inc.  "The Desert Sons", Js a Warner Bros.  picturEzatton of this novel. It ia based" upon th* story by Otto Harbacfc, Laurence  Schwab, Oscar Ham.naerstetn, 2nd. and  ���������    frank Mandel. -  e)  CHAPTER I.  Greedily the copper coin    of    the  -sun was tossed    by ��������� some    invisible  band into the  coffers of the desert.  "Now,, a purple radiance suffused the  "burning, sands    till    the    deepening  twilight      gradually    wrapped      its  ������cIoaic all around.      A few bours before   a  pure  silver  moon  had   been  ���������poised in the ^cloudless daylight sky,  but    as   night   descended    this    assumed a golden red and seemed to  retain,   concentrated in its    mellow  circle, aUytfhe 'glow and color of the  ��������� lessen?Plandscapey'-'t^iat"''"wasf    now  Clothed in a 'nocturnal mantle.  ���������'is"Out.^'pff.thefrange  of the* rixoon's  brightness  silver    stars ���������  began"    to  fsbow their" glinting lights.      A soft  cool breefce slowly blew* upV shifting  tbe sand drifts into new* undulation  :that stretched to far horizons. The  majestic   silence   was   so  intense  as  to be almost audible.  One would have sworn that not a  human * being * dwelt within ten  leagues of the spot.' .. Thefi all at  once out there in the 'infinity of  desert space arose a faint stirring.  For a moment nothing ".was seen,  but as the stirring grew ifrto a definite far-off sound," under the rich  light of the orange- moon there"1 appeared   a   tiny   speck  -where    sand   ,.3 .a fa....         -   -J- Im  Jl J3l m.4-mm m.4- U������������IMa.������.  .   ������uiu   aaj   ju-iei,   un   uiuj.   uiauouv  uui ������.vu.  Over the crest of the dimes another  speck  appeared,  followed _ by  countless   others.       But now   the   leader  -was distinguishable as a rider on a  fleet-footed - horse, ��������� followed  *by    a  ���������.'ribbon  of  other  desert    cavalrymen  Clad  in  turbans  and  flowing  robes,  their rifles held high in  their right  , armsv to    proclaim.,: their    warring  spirit.    "'',-'     '        PP.'PP -'-aP''  .......   The swish of gailopihg hoofs? raising granules of sand in a dusty trail  .behind  them ��������� was  at  first;- the .only  sound to break the stillneBS.?But as*  the last rider came  Into, view  over  the crest of the distant slopes the  voices of a hundred men filled the  night -singing the. rousing bars of  their tribal song, the song of the  Riffs, those desert outlaws who  have scorned the domination of the  i alien French.  Far across the desert these riders  swept until they reached the crags  where - they had their secret * encampment. Up- a short trail theii  horses climbed to an opening in the  rocks that formed a narrow cave.  Here they dismounted. Some vanished to -where a cauldron was stewing goat's meat for the evening  meal.  In the fire's light" Sid El Kar,  Lieutenant to the Red Shadow���������the  leader of the Riffs, examined some  messages that the horsemen had  brought from scattered members ot  the tribe. The subordinate "who  stood "beside him ventured a worried  comment:  "I hope the French don't find us.  This new leader of theirs, Captain  Paul Fontaine "  CHAPTER II.  Bvery line of his fine straight figure proclaimed the fighter. He wore  a loose, bright scarlet burnoose, tbe  hood of which was held firmly  around his forehtead by a white band.  He -was    shod    in   gleaming   black  g>HILiiP&  %������  I  clue *s������ A������ssi a  INDIGESTION  -CIO STOMACH  HEABTBURH  HEADACHE.  VVhefi jrootz  OZMT&  m About two hours after eating many  people suffer from sour stomachs.  Tbey call it indigestion. It means that  the stomach nerves have been over-  stimulated. There is excess acid. The  way to correct it is with an alkali.  harmless. It Lias remained the standard, with physicians tn the 50 years  since its invention.  It is the quick method. Results come  almost instantly. It is the approved  method. You will never use another  when you know.  Be sure to get the genuine Phillips**  -Milk of Magnesia'prescribed .by physi-  . ..    .....       . . . , i      ,���������a���������  ���������^   ���������  x~       cians for 50 years In correcting ex-  beneath the folds of his  cloak. His ��������� Magnesia���������just a tasteless    dose    in  cess acids. Each Tiottle contains full  chin suggested that his face was as, water. St is   pleasant,   efficient,   and | directions���������any drugstore,  handsome  as  his  physique  but  one  _.*������*_!���������=  military   boots   and   his   sword  was which neutralizes many timea it  sheathed in the scabbard that tosj^ae%?g?t way Is Phillips' Milk of  "I have to work in the store atid  ���������do my own housework, top, and I  got nervous and run'downand wnsin  bed n cisirly albu mmcr.Thc lcatatnolse  would make imc nervous. I tvQi-i told  to take Lydia E. Plnkha-m's Veae-  tfYb.e Compound nnd 1 have token  wevm bottles. It has made roc sttonK-  *r and put more color into my face.  I nm looking after, my store and  housework and my four children  and I am Benink ntong nicely now."  ���������"Mrs; I. fyinHn, R. R. No. fu Rflrror.  St Ease, Hamiltcm, Ontario, Canada. '  i^ligfPinkliain's  ���������W.    N,    XI.    1TST  Sid EI Kar uttered a-vile oriental  oath and spat in tbe sand. "To the  devil with him. For five years the  frog-eaters bave,,been chasing- our  band and all they have caught���������is  our dust!"  *-'But," put forward the other, "it  is different this last week since  Captain Fontaine has taken com-  snand. Three timss. they have neas>  ly  trapped  us.*'  ' Sid EI ICar s mouth framed a con-  temptious sneer- He pointed to the  tent that lay pitched closest to the  fire.  "Our Red Shadow is a match foi  a million Captain Paul "Fontaines!"  There were few" "faint    hearts    in  the HxS band.  They had  confidence  in their . prowess    as    fighters    and  above ^ all in the bravery of their mysterious and intrepid leader, the Red  Shadow.      A stranger    out " of    nowhere, he had come    to    champion  their'cause  against  the  tyranny  of  the French   ���������who    believed    that the  desert people were best subdued by  the imperious  attitude of conqueror  and ^vanquished.      But even*** against  the armed fQrcjes of the French garrison, the-Riffs   bad    succeeded    in  ��������� preserving their independence.    Now  led byf this  fearless    desert    Robin  Hood,,, they  defied-the   rule   of  the  forqtlgnier^ aiidj defended their desert  brothers   against  the   domination  of  those who 'failed f to understand thelrj  customs  or  their emotions.     Surely  the Red   Shadow was  sent by  Mahomet to protect his children! None  knew whence he came, but when the  signal fires were lit and the Riffs assembled, the Red Shadow always appeared as if by.i. magic.    Then wnen  the good work was accomplished he  "rode off, where no or*e could say.  Attracted by the savory scent of  the cooking, other members of the  band who had watered their horses  and tethered them, now drew near  . th e yfl re. To their companions who  had remained in camp they recounted tho news thoy had gathered  on their latest expedition. The Whole  town, it seemed, was talking of this  Captain Paul Fontaine who, with a  regiment of devils from tlie Foreign  Legion,' had set out to discover the  RifCfl' hiding place. Qcnox-al Bira-  beau, commandant of '��������� tho post, was  offering him every assistance with  additional horses and troops.  Thoy had picked up another Juicy  bit of gossip, too. Captain Fontaine  waB in love, madly enamoured of a  beautiful aind chic French. glrl,>. Mar-  got Bonvalet, who had recently come  out from Pnris. Her father, ao ono  I'.ald., wan a 'lifelong*; friend of General BIraboau, and It -was at hi*.  quarters that she was staying ��������� and  breaking the heart of every handsome .officer in tlio regiment. But hot  preference, it wa������ clear, was for  Fontaine who lmd promised her, with  a geHturo of bravado, tliat he vvoula  bring her the Red Shadow an a prisoner,  Tint threat ciuased a wave of mer-  could not be sure of this because his  cheeks and* eyes were concealed behind a scarlet mask. This, which  he always wore, had helped to surround him with an aura of* mystery  for even his closet henchman had  fiever seen^him without it*  With a wave of his hand, the Red  Shadow signaled his followers to be  at ease. They relaxed from their  military attitude and segregated  into small 'groups. Their leader approached Sid SI Kar and Hassi, who  was another of his trusted fighters  In spite of his. advancing years.  "I overheard this talk of Captain  Fontaine," he said, "and I scorn his  threats! But I do not like the references to'this girl they call Margot."  His listeners looked up in surprise.  Then he continued, addressing himself to Hassi, "My friend, I want  ycur promise." The sign of the Heart  and the Head."  Vlt is gladly given," affirmed the  oriental as he placed his right hand  over his heart, then raised it solemnly to his forehead in the desert ritual  that signifies a sacred pledge.  The Red Shadow lowered his voice  to a whisper,^ "If anything should  happen to me, no harrn" must ever  come to Margot Bonvalet!"  "No," agreed the Red Shadow,  "you do not understand me. That  is because you are Mohammedans  while I am French."  - "But," interrupted Sid SI Kar,  "none of-"the band knows you're  French", except us two!"  "That is why X am asking this  promise of you," insisted their leader. "No harm must ever come to  Margot Bo&yalet."  "Now, listen, * Master," argued  Hassi, "after all she's only    a    wo  man.'  "That is thef;oriental in you" re-  tives. Sometimes his own men used '  to refer to him secretly as th������  Butcher. One day he had commis-"  sioned the one now known as tha  Red Shadow to raid a certain village.  The soldier had refused to exercise  this unnecessary brutality and " his  superior had a struck him full in tho  face, cursing him and calling him a  cowardly traitor. To escape, the inevitable sentence that the court mar*  tial would pass for insubordination,  he fled to the hills where the Riffs  made their lair.  taliated the Frenchman, "you.cannot understand western love, but let  me tell you this, I would not be your  leader if it were not for this Margot,"'- -���������:''[    .   V;  f Then for the first time he disclosed to tbem the motives that .had  led him, an outsider; to champion the  cause of the Riffs and their people.  A strange story it was that he told \  ��������� them! Eight years ago in Paris-, he I  had fallen in love with this girl. She!  had refused to take him seriouslyTn  bad called hini a silly boy���������so he haa  enlisted in the French army to prove  to her that he "was a<raan/::'He''set but  from home with a contingent sailing.  for Morocco, under the command of  (To Be Continued.)  Somes' girls get- husbands, and som������  never learn  the art of telling mesa  how wonderful they are.  North: "I like to be alone."  WestXy "Well, you could ystay    at  home evenings!" .y  Burned From The Sun ?  Minard's Will ' bring    soothing  ,  'relief...'.   'Apply ; MSsard**i y too =  for any skin irritation. S  The two fRiKs regarded him -with  Gfeneral Fontaine, Captain Fontaine's  astonishment.  "Master,  I do    not    understand,'  said the perplexed Hassi.  own father.  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Al ^condition    390.00  each  We have just installed an Electric Brake Re-Lining  Machine.    For speed and accuracy there is  nothing to equal it.  .POWER���������SPEED:   SHELL GAS HAS IT  FOR SALE AT  The Kootenay Garage  Cranbrook. CRESTON Kimberley  NEW PHICES ON  *jtrKm*+tL.y   4Stots&%m.  ^mj.-^4 W..E.W .m I. ,     9e44-^>*mm  Large? $1.00  New Parker Irak for Parker Pens  Blue,   Purple,    Green,    Black,   Red,    Blue   Black  Full choice af PARKER PENS  ana  &r,i&  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE  REXALL STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  '  When in need of any article of wearing apparel we would like to show  you    our   line    of   Clothing   which  includes  \  Young Men's Striped Navy Suits  Sizes 36.37, 38, at $21.00.  Men's Fine Navy and Striped  Serges, special $33.00  Men's Tweed and Navy Serge  Forsyth's Fine Shirts  Collar attached, plain Broadcloth, t$2.00 and $2.50  Full line of Men's Wor'c Shirts, Pants, etc.  New Felt and Straw Hats, arid Caps have arrived,  ���������  Mrs. OtssrHs Arsuatrong is  visUjlnsf  with Nekon friends this week.  Miss layda Johnson was a weekend  visitor with friends at Jaffrey.  Bibxbc���������To   Mv.   and  Mrss5 -B. JS,  Waikeiy, a sod, on May 21st.  Pias Fob SA������E~-Youniar olga, ready  June 7th.    A. N. Couling, Creston*  Miss Edna   Holmes   was  a  visitor  with Spokane friends for the weekend.  Fob Sa^e���������Chevrolet sedan for cash;  in  good   condition.     P. H.  Truscott.  Creston.   P .  A- '-'.. ���������.'���������%-  Miss   M.   Brown, primary teacher,  wnir nf.  *_&*"  weekend.  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