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Array U  Provincial Library  apl 301  *?  ���������?  \^J_KJ_Llfl  Vol  XXi:  CRESTON, B. a,' FRIBAY, MAY 17,  1929  No. 11  Death Summons  Mrs. A. Gariick  Probably never before in the history  of the district has the passing of one  of the- citizens evoked such widespread  sorrow as was manifest at tbe first of  the week, following Monday morning's  sad tidings that Mrs. (Rev.) Arthur  Gariick had passed away the night  previous atrSt. Eugene hospital, Cranbrook. where she had been taken on  April 80th following the motor mishap at the Huscroft bridge, in . which  deceased sustained a dislocated hip,  and her death attributed to a clot of  blood on the lung, which developed  rather late on Sunday evening, and  with -which tbe doctors were unable to  cope. In this case the grief was more  poignant due to the fact that np till  Sunday ���������. morning alt news coming  from tee hospital indicated that the  patient was making a - - slow but sat  isfactory recovery.  Tbe late Mrs. Gar lick |was a native  of Barnes, Surrey, England, and  was married art Steathani. London,  in 1013, residing in Oaten bridge, and  with her husband-arrived sn Canada  in 1019, to take up work at Burns  Lake in Northern British 'Columbia.  They were resident there until 1821.  when Rev. Mr. Gariick took the work  for one year at the. hrstroria Native  indian settlement of MefclakatlH. The  following year the OarHck's  came   to  ... ,4.^4.^4-   .    .J.L.WJKJJ      J.  V.i..������������������.������*,a~y.  -  **.������*������-^".r  oi  Apr il *., 1U28, w ben he became vicar  the parish of .Or^ton.     H  y^snee tussr atrriva* hers the late  Mrs. Gariick has been ves*y Actively  identified withf-bothv^h������'--���������Women's  Auxiliary and the Junior W. A, which  latter she was instrumental inyorganizing and acted as superindenUffShe  was also presrden _ of ;f������he 3b^G������^* Qw  of Christ Church. ��������� Irr.the *;' litis !'pff ,ther  local congregation and at theoutsta-  tions she combined tact with a tire  less practical effort that has helped  much in the splendid development the  parish has enjoyed in the past year,  as well as winning her.a wide circle of  friends, within which were many of  the other denominations represented  in the district. -  Tho remain*** were brought to Creston on Tuesday rind were taken to  Christ Church from which edifice the  funeral took place on Wednesday  morning with Rev. A. J. Doull, Bishop  of Kootenay; Rev. F. V. Harrison,  rector of Cranbrook: and Rev. H.  Oswald, rural dean and rector of Feruie  officiating. The two latter took charge  of the service at the church, and the  burial rites at Creston cemetery were  coutiuceed by the bishop. The pallbearers were all members of the church  vestry. Col. Mallandaine, C B. Twigg,  J, W. Hamilton, R. A. Palfreyman,  John Hall, and J. Collis. The attendance at the church and cemetery was  quite the largest ever seen aba funeral  in Oreston.  In addition to the many who g&th-  ered^at church and cemeteay, and  which throng numbered Soiiuvi- par-  ishoners at Michel, along with numbers from every church in the parish���������  Yahk, Camp Lister. Wynndel, Sirdar,  and Creston���������the wealth of floral tributes bare mute and unmistakable testimony to thr sterling qualities of the I  deceased and the many warm and  lasting friendships thait she enjoyed  wherever she went.  In her passing Rev: Arthur Gariick  has lost a most estimable wife;, one  who at all times proved a thorough  and efficient partner in the high calling of the church as well as in the  Kotr������������������; and whose demise brings to a  sorrowing husband the very sincere  sympathy of all.  Those sending floral tributes were:  Husband. Christ Church Committee.  Church W.A., Ladies' Guild, Girls' W.  A., Zipper Club, Creston Masonic  Lodge, Creston K.P. Lodge, Mr. and  Mrs. W. Bue>h and family, Mr. and  Mrs. T. Leman, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.  Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Spratt ana  samily, Mr. and Mrs., S. A. Speers, Mr.  and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton and Marjorie.  Mr. and Mrs. Barner and Lily. Mrs. J'  Mas we!!. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cook. Mr.  and Mrs. Collis and family, Mir. and  Mrs.. Geo, Johuson. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.  Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Root. Stevens,  Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rodgers. Mr. and  Mrs. R. S. Bevan and Evelyn, Mr.  arid Mrs, McAlpine. Mr. and Mrs, F.  H. Jackson and Miss Wade. Mrs. Pope.  R. Walrusley, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Moore, United Church L*die������. Mr. and  Mrs. H ayes, Presbyterian Ladies'* Aid.  Kootenay Garage,, Creston and District Women's institute, Mr. arid Mrs.  Palfreyman and girls and Miss Cot-  terill, Mr. and Mrs. Haskins, Erickson  Ladies' Guild, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall,  Littlejohn  family,   Mr.   and Mrs.   T.  Geo. Paton, a former "well known  resident here, but nbw purser on the  O.P.R. steamer Mioto2 on the Arrow  Lakes, is a visitor this week with Col.  Lister.  Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Cannady and  ] young son,of Sacramento. Calif.,  are  here on a visit with his mother, Mrs.  A. Stuart Evans.  :1������*nS.T GS, Richardson, ? Mr.:,  and Mrs*.yfC.; Blair* and Eleanor, Mr.  andfMrs.FV Powers, Mr; and; Mrs. J.  Bird. Mr. aud Mre. St. Langston and  Father.  Madames Martin, Rogers, Heap,  Organ, Bieumenauer and Cameron,  Sirdar. Mr. and Mrs. E. Foxall. and  daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Andestad,  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moon and family,  Wynndel JAnglican Church. Wynndel United Church ladies,, Mr. and  Mrs. George Huscroft, Mr. and Mrs.  Towson and family. Wynndel W.A..  Mr. and Mrs. E Butterfield and family.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Butterfield. Yahk  Sunday School Yahk Anglican Church,  United Church Ladies Aid, Yahk.  Knights of Pythi.i's, Cranbrook  Pythian Sisters, Cranbrook; St. Paul's  Church .Michel; Pythian Sisters, Alexander Temple No. 8, Mrcliel; St.  Paul's IGlrls' W. A., Michel; Mr. and  Mrs. Tony Deluco. Michel; Mr. and  Mrs. Stevenson and family, Michel'  Mr. and Mrs. J. Lyne and family,  Michel; St. Paul's Ladies' Guild,  Michel; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy, Michel;  Rev, and Mrs. Henry Oswald, Fernie;  Elk River Lodge, A.F. & A.M.,  b'ernie; and others.  Under the   auspices   of  the  Ladies'  Guild  of  Christ  Church, iu the  Inspector Manning made his semi  annual official visit to the Lister and  Huscroft. schools  oh   Thursday  last,  and found things very  satisfactory at  both seats of learning,  \   ���������  Thc ninny friends here of Rev. A.  Gariick will sympathize with him in  the death of his wife, which occurred  at the Cranbrook hospital on Sunday.  The late Mrs. Gariick enjoyed a wide  popularity here and -her passing is very  deeply regretted,  Bert Yerbury is in charge of a crew  that is putting in a stretch of ro-td  that will improve travelling into places  owned by Reno House, Chas. Lapoint  and Harry Yerburyvf  Four trucks are on the haul of gravel  on road improvements an the Can yon-  Lister road. Surfacing is now extend-  to a point beyond the Ben Long ranch,  In this area gravelling has also been  in evidence to connect up with the  work done last fall; ,;yf  ���������'--. The United Church concert on  Friday, last was a complete success, furn  ishrng a variety  program cue   tli*tt all  enjoyed and bringing a very���������; satisfactory return.    Mrs.?Jacks, Mrs. Frank  Baker,   Mrs.   Harold Langston, Mrs.  Lister and Miss Agnes   Sinclair were  amongst those from Lister contributing to the programme*: with W.   Mitchell; presiding innii|ji|i|iual able nppf  m^^'004.-. -P,P^.: \M^0X.spASSAAPs:Pm  ' ��������� Ri Te Bffsliner ^resided s_>the'ss^-^'^rs'  meeting on Thursday night last which  was called to consider the local water  question.   The   necessaryf petition of  application for the formation   of   the  Lister Waterworks District  was submitted  from   the" minister?1   of   lands  and after a full discussion it-was decided to apply for   incorporation   and  the twenty   land   owners -'present all  signed.    It is understood  the preliminary expences-wiil be met by the land  owners with the L. S. B.  coutribnting  the share due from the vacant  prop,  erties.    A committee to handle affairs  was named with^R, T. Millner, chairman; Harold Langs-ton, secretary, and  A.  W. Sinclair completing the executive. ' ; -..^   '-.>.������������������        **""    ,  making and  retaining friends and her  sudden passing is regretted  by all.  Wiiiiam Neii of Froctor*. who has  been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Cam  for the past week, left for home on  Saturday  Ronald Cam of Boswell was a visitor  at his henre here over the weekend.  Mrs. Ashley Cooper was a visitor  with Oreston friends Wednesday and  Thursday.  Sid. MeCabe wae visiting with his  wife and family here on Sunday, leaving on Monday for the Kootenay Cental  Womei**s Institute  A *&g &j'*Ji.y  Sirdar girls are able to show class at  Cranbrook. Word has just come that  Miss Gwen Wilson has been chosen  nraid of honor to the May Queen to be  installed at Cranbrook on May 24th.  Last year the same honor was captured by Miss Eileen Heap  Er������Gk&&n  J. Marsh of Vancouver is a guest at  the Er-ickson ? Hotel. He is here on  some special repair work at Erickson  Battery Service Station.  Douglas Putnam left on Sunday  with the Creston cenrpany of the Kootenay Regiment.-for two weeks military drill at the camp at Vernon.  Miss Foxall of Wynndel is; a visitor  here this week*, a guest of Miss Joan  Kemp*  Harry RedsriiSe cf Kitchener *5?as an  Erickson visitor on Tuesday. He rep-  ports auto travelling only fairly good  at this jbtiuo.  Col. Mallandaine of Creston was a  visitor her*e"on Monday when he ad?  dressed the children at the Erickson  school on forestry'protection..  ^4^^iid^T^'^^ni _  Jeannie, : ywere?_ -fvisitoMiy wi������h  friends, u few days last week.  Roy Telford is a visitor at Trail this  week, where he is attending the sessions of Knights of Pythias grand  lodge. ' '-j  Boyd & Craig, contractors, of Creston started work this week on  exten  sive improvements to the Frank  Put  nam residence.  Nelson  G#*_y  The May meeting of Oreston and  District Women's .Institute was  held on Friday- last witb. a good  turnout of members and the president, Mra R. Stevens, presiding.  The niost important business of the  session was arranging for a tag day  on Saturday, May 18th, the funds  to go to the Crippled Children's '  hospital.  The report of tbe cemetery com ���������  mittee showed that while the turnout at the cemetery clean up bad  not been as large as expected a  good start has been made at supplying it with shrubs.  A new visiting committee was  appointed, composed of Mrs. C. W.  Allan and Mrs. F. Staples. During the afternoon Mrs. Maxwell  entertained with an interesting  recitation. "Specially Jim.." Mrs.  Obmptbn very kindly gave a dem  onstraidn of the first steps in rug  making.  The Institute has just been advised that the federal government  does hot propose to make a grant  toward support?*;������? local health  uuits as this is a matter to be taken  eare of by the individual provinces.  Th������ matter ��������� of'life savin** " s������*i"-sr  atus came up for discussion  and it  was  learned  that   the   provincial  police has secured most of the needed equipment and Mrs^Slingsby of       ' "    -'   ���������-���������������������������-      -���������- ���������v~"   -������������������.--���������---> ~i*>,������/Ai������Air;r*-.r:"������-      --   "���������  preisejit,  has  complete the outfit at Kti8kafnook.  ;ff;:Tea? hos'fce^esf-w^re^'Mi^ "K..  Brown. Mro.Bavan, Mrs. Hare, Mrs.  McCreath and Mrs. Weston. The  collection for the crippled children's  fund amounting to $>2.90. The tea  used on that occasion was Malkin's  Best, which was donated by the  firm who sent the Institute a large  number of sample packages, and  was very much enjoyed.  Slr-tlas*  TmuLv  2.30 to 5,00 p.m.  25  Plain Work  Home JProduce  Home Cooning  Sample Stalls  AFTERNOON TEA  K. P. Entertain Visitors  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of Pythian had a  distinguished gathering on  Thursday night   of   brother   knights,  composed of delegations from Spokane,  Bonners Perry, Sandpoint, Cranbrook  and Kimberley..    Among the notables  were representative Bro. Gna Meea of  Spokane, who is  also   past   bupremo  prince    of   the   D.O.K.K.;    Brother  Floyd Btrowcft., pro_K.nl grand vBtsci- of  Temple No. 08, El Malbarez D.O.K.K.  of Spokane; Bro, K, A. Hill, G.I.G. of  tho domain of Britluh Columbia, from  Cranbrook,   One   candidate   was   Initiated into thc rank of page,  tho cor  omontes   being   handled   by   Brother  Pawl   Chancellor  H. Blcunmnuucr   of  lUlmborloy.     Two   candldaioi.     wero  given tho rank of ichightonnd thia ceremony being bundled by   Paot Chun*  oellor Bro. Hill of Cranbrook.    At tho  opening of tho lodgo a telegram   wu������  road from Grand Chancellor MacKinnon of tho Domuln of British Columbia,  of Trail, ulutlnn that owing to no fault  of his he was unable   to   nttond   tho  A*tf% rt p.*   t*% *** A   ft     *���������**  f*       *:*���������*, *t        *-.   M iM,   ���������. ,,   ..��������� ,     ,,���������  t ...   ..    ,  tho umiiuI banquet was held, at which  lime Chancellor Commander Mallai  EVERYBOBY   mOUCIOWB\iimmf������m^^Jt^  Mrs, D. Lombardo and son, Ronald  of Revelstoke, have been visiting with  P. Lombardo and family for the past  week, left Saturday on a visit to Spokane. l  .' Mrs. Arthur North wtis hostess to a  few friends on Sunday in honor of  Mrs, Arthur Dibben, a recent bride  from Australia,  Mr. Hnd Mis* J. PjiscUsszo returned  on Thursday from a few daya' visit in  Cranbrook,  Mr. and Mrs. Constable of Alice  Siding were calling on Sirdar friends  on Sunday,  Mips Annie Pascozzo left Monday  for Cranbrook, where -ahe is visiting  her sister, Luoy. who Is In St. Eugene  Hospital.  Frank Frovazanno of Cranbrook  whb renewing acquaintances here on  Sunday, ,  Mr. Brickuti is doing bis travelling  In h now Chevrolet coupe. Jock  llama has just invested in a motorcycle.  Met** rs. til ok a uni. Sliwdd ot Jaspor,  Alberta, who hnvo been visiting with  Mr. and Mrs, H. Gillie, left Thursday  for Sumac, Wusn,  Thoo. Lane of Trull wae a weekend  vleitor with Mr. and Mr������. Cam.  Numorouo frlcnda In Sledar ejetend  a. olncere sympathy to Rev." A. Gariick  or \Jvvhltm iii iiie u04������M4 *-i* "iI.'h. fiintv  lick, which occured at the Cranbrook  hospital on Sunday night. The Into  Mi-p. Gariick  hud a   happy   knaok of  Otto Johnson and L. Moberg left  last week for Flagstone, where they  have taken a lumber piling contract  with a sawmill at that point.  Messrs. Svenson and Wnlde had a  fine turnout for their dance on Tuesday night of last weel*-. A cafeteria  supper was served by the Community  Society  A. I>. Pochln returned to Nelson at  end of the week after spending a couple  of weeks at spring work on the ranch.  Mc nnd Mrs. A. Walde and family  of Fernie motored in ut the weekend  on. n visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Wearmouth, returning on Tuesday.  Anthur Hall Is just back from Trail  to take charge of the ranch for fche  season.  Mother's Day was appropriately oh  served   at    Canyon   United   Church  when Rev. B. L. Best of Fernie delivered a timely address and special music  appropriate for the occasion  was furnished.  Rev. Mr. Hclclcf of Cranbrook  war-  here on Sunday afternoon for a Nor-  welgan   service,   which   was  well at  ended,  Between flu and mum pa Canyon  district haa been In grip of an epidemic  of sickness which has effected most  wavy home in the area since the ond  of January. It is the longest apeli ol  sickness Cany an has ever witneaHed  and has seriously handlcaped school  work.  Canyon again has a Conservative  An.'ioclatlon, It tvao brought tuto being at a Conaorvatlvo rally on Saturday night at which  Ool. Fred  Llater.  jtU.i������"������b/������| hj������c;������.iJ   tt.t    .������ji.4i ..<j������y.iJH,    .*kwS/������ju������'u  and thc leglrflntton of the 1020 ������OHHlon  of tho legislature, lifter hl������ ������drlrci"iB  It waa decided to form  an   UHt.oeIutror.  and the following officers wereohesen:  President, W. B, Searle; Vice-president, Jock McRobb; Secretary, J. B.  VunAckeran. The formation of the  association ia entirely due to the eia-  satlsfaction with the way public works  matters in particular have been  handled. Here it is the middle of May  and practically no road Improvements  undertaken���������and nine million dollars  available for highways this year.  Victoria Day  Under the auspices of the  Ladies    of   Holy   Cross  Chwch, ia the  Grand Theatre Ballroom  FKL MAY 24th  DANCING 9 to 2.30  FIRSTmCLASS MUSIC  Everyone  Welcome  Bents Si        Ladles 50c*  Supper included. THE   REVIEW,   CRESTON,    B.    G.  People who prize the finer things of life usually  demand Bed Rose Orange Pekoe !Tea. A money-back  guarantee with every package.  78  The World's Air Centre  KQSEUKANGii _ri������������LOE is extra good  In ihe best package���������Cleans bright aluminum.  I he  |_*UJ.������&J.&  -TV���������*-  A. JJLi.JLIgB  .  British Ports Will Be Headquarter*  In Next Decade Is Prediction  Only a ..decade or two hence and  airplanes and airships'* may &���������? leav-  ing British pbrts for al! quarters ot  the Empire and of the world as  regularly as steamers do cow. From  coach, to railway, from sailing ship  to the steam and oil-driven leviathans of today, from the horse to the  car, from the balloon to the airplane  the great job of annihilating time  and space goes on. And at each  new step, in each successive phase,  British inventiveness, British engineering*, and British pluck are to the  fore. Iai-the air as on the waters,  Nature has * marked us down as the  centre of the world.-���������London Daily  Express. ... "*..  *Tn the datjs of our  Grandmothers and  Great Grandmothers  this name M���������Clary  meant a qreat deal  just as it does todaij  Buq goods bearing  the MFCtesy name  [ with complete confidence  ���������^rW9L^V&JW*tm9tV9il 'ii������  The following item was recently printed In a large number of news*  papers:  "Forty-five years ago there was a strike in an Ohio coal mine. A  group of enraged miners took a car of coal, -set it afire, and pushed it  down into the mine. That fire is still "burning under ground, spreading  many miles, destroying valuable coal deposits and rendering hundreds of  acres of surface ground sterile. Today it threatens to destroy a school  building and some homes in a village. Burning beneatn tliem it is undermining- the ground and may cause them to collapse. The Are that a  moment's anger started 45 years ago certainly turned out to be a bigger  thing* than the men who started it ever imagined."  There is a moral to tbis incident which might well be heeded, for,  after all. it is but an illustration, a spectacular one, it is true, of almost  every day happenings. The moral is that a small act may have far-  reaching consequences, either for good or for evil.  A cow kicked over a lamp in a barn in Chicago, and the Great Chicago  Fire resulted.  A frenzied student assassinated an Austrian Grand Duke and his wife,  and the Great War was the immediate outcome with its sacrifice of ten  millions of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars in property and other  .vaarMJ.  An employee is dismissed in anger, and perhaps unjustly, and a nationwide strike follows bringing suSering and ruin in its wake.  A careless worlirnan, or a dishonest contractor, neglects to put a  sufficient quantity of cement in the foundations of a building or in the piers  for a, bridge, or the retaining wall of a dam, and disaster follows taking  heavy toll in human lives.  A rotten timber is used in building a ship, and the vessel sinks; a faulty  rail is laid in a track, and a train is wrecked; a careless camper neglects  to put his fire, sad a terrible conflagration wipes cut a forest.  And how often has a hasty word, an insulting remark, led to family  and business estrangements with dire results" to all concerned.  How ofteh, too, has the peace and friendliness of an entire community  been destroyed because of the whispered scandal, tlae unguarded reflection  upon the honor and integrity of another, the prejudiced utterance casting  aspersions upon, those of different races or religious beliefs.  All little things iu comparison to their terrible effects and disastrous  results;! ^ V  Fortunately, for r&e human* family,' the reverse is also true.  We still recall our childhood's interest in the story of the little Dutch  boy who by sticking his finger in the small hole in a dam saved his country  from inundation. We delight in the persona] histories of great men and  women who were started on their careers by the kindly, encouraging word  of some friend.  We know, too, by personal observation that thc mighty oak 4s born oi  the humble acorn; that it was in a single kernel of wheat the hundreds oi  millions of bushels of Marquis wheat annually harvested in Western  Canada had their origin.  If we would but remember and give heed to the fact ihat, just as u  pebble thrown into the water causes ever widening circles of little waves  to sweep its surface until finally they lose themselves upon the shore, so  does every word and act of ours create little circles of influence radiating  out into our homes, our offices, our communities and the world at largo,  and, for good or ill, affecting the lives and future of others and of our  country, then, perchance, we would be more careful, more considerate, a  little less hasty and impatient of others, and more inclined to extend that  degree of sympathy and tolerance to others which wc naturally expect  will be displayed towards us.  m*>  A QUICK WAX TO END  BABY'S  UPSET SPELLS  "Like other young mothers, I worried every time Baby cried," says a  Syracuse, fy^Y.    woman.     "Several  ������.4j-*ji-*=S   WiAojta   ������3**v   W"c*S   tlpSC u   OI*   Cvm������v������-  pated, I tried castor oil but she  couldn't retain it. Our doctor told me  to try Fletcher's Castoria because it  is harmless and babies like it. That  ended my worries and I've used it  since for all my children," Castoria  never fails to delight mothers by the  quick way it ends thOse upsets of  babies and children, such as colic,  constipation, colds, etc. That's the  reason for its tremendous sale and  popularity, lake all good things, it's  imitated, but genuine Castoria-���������the  purely-vegetable product -��������� always  bears the Fletcher signature.  8  GENERAL   STEE8.   WARKS  y.  "?:������������������.-   MMITCO m  25 Branches Across Canada  Xt&rtCax, Saint John, Quebec City. Montreal (2). Ottawa. Toronto f4). Hampton (2). Braatforflj"  I^������naon<2).Wtadiior,NorttiBfty,"VS,lnnlpeiTC33 Rtfglna, SaaKatoon.Calgarr, Edmonton. Vancouver.  liT_*iM_tfnraiMtr������fl'iii'lnirn"_nfin-_MiiN"'r ��������� tit rimi * * "r r ������������������--.,-^~CT!-=-3.������������������ "-'^f  California is likely to become the  first horseless state in the United  States, for horses are rarely used  there now except in isolated regions.  WOMEN WHO SUFFER  Local Option In India  Voters    In   Town   Of   Taraa Went  ���������       ''Dry" To a Man  An astonishing* thing has happened in the Punjab. Citizebs of the  town of Taran have lately secured  from, the Provincial Government the  privilege of holding a local option  election as to whether liquor shops  in the town should continue to operate. Over fifteen hundred voters  went toythe polls and voted "dry" to  a man. This is probably the most decisive local option vote yet recorded  in.any country.~ ~The nearest approach to it possibly occurred in  Kentucky some twenty years ago  When about the saute number of  votes were cast, and all were "dry"  except those of the two liquor  dealers and their relatives���������seventeen in all.  Scientists prediit a toeless ratsa,  The borer is apparently not the onlj  4*jest threatening the corn crop.  tffi  Anaemia  Responsible For  Most  Of the Ills Of Girls and  Women  Srledical science shows that most or  the ills that afflict growing girls and  women are due to the fact that the  blood is either poor in quality or deficient In quantity.. This anaemia is  the cause of low spirits, languidness,  the poor appetite, breathlessness, and  the aching* backs that make life a  burden for so many women. There  is no need for any woman to suffer  in this way, for all the miseries of  anaemia can be quickly banished by  taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. It is  an established fact that these pills  create an abundance of new rich  blood-���������their wonderful reputation is  .based on that.  Thousands of formerly weak and  ailing women have cheerfully testified to the fact that they owe their  restoration   to   good   health   to  Minard's Uniment relieves pain.  For five cents a tourist can ride  for hours around the city of Berlin.  A system of transfer makes it possible to change at will from street  car, auto bus or subway without pay  ing extra fare.-  EAT  ONIC," SAYS  RS. RUSSELL  Af te? Taking   Lydia   EU  Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  Fenwick, Ont���������*1 am taking Xjydra  E. Pinkham's Vegetable .Compound  .-during the Change"  ��������� of Life lor nervous-  feelings, loss of appetite and to gain  strength.  It is a  great tonic and Z  have taken a dozen  :-������������! bottlea of it. It waa  I recommended to  me by a friend ami  now I recommend  it to all women far  such troubles as  come at this time.*  ���������-Mrs-. "W. V. Russeix, R. R. No. 1%  Fenwick, Ontario.  r-w  All These Acivati^ For  Farm Constmetioo.  Satisfied Money Was Safe Nation-Wide   Fame.    ���������    There is  A man deposited $10,000 in a bank, scarcely a corner of this great Do-  . */             .    I..*.     r.    J ,���������n^n,i +1,. minion    where    the   merits    of   Dr.  A few weeks later he approached the Thomas, Eclectric Oil have not been  teller and demanded his money. He tried nnd proved. It is one of the  was asked if he did not want to leave' world's most efficient remedies for  a small balance.    ''No," he persisted, | sore throat, lame back    and    many  <.t _ ~m.4. ~... ****,*.*.������ ar, tvio tour*-' other ailments arising from inflam-  -I want my money.'     So the teller, mgition  RublDed on q* skln lta hcal.  counted out $10,000,      By this time lllg- power is readily absorbed, and it  a line of people had collected, each can also be taken internally,  one   waiting    his    turn.    Thc    man  counted the bills very carefully and  handed them to the teller.  "Here," he said, "put it back.      I  only wanted to see if it was all there.  A town is made beautiful by each  one doing his share in ilxing up his  own property. It's a case of "You in  your small corner and I in mine."  Williams' Pink Pills.    One of these ts  Mrs.   Napoleon  Gallant,   Tignish,   P.  E. I., who says: "I am among those  who  can strongly    recommend    Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Before I began  using them I was  in  an extremely  nervous condition.   I could hot sleep,  neither   could  I  eat,   and  was  constantly growing weaker. I got medicine from a doctor,  but it did  not  seem to meet my condition, and then,  on the recommendation of a friend, I  began   to   take   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills.    By the time I had taken a  couple of boxes there was no doubt  they were helping me.    I continued  their use until  I had  taken  six or  seven boxes when I was again in the  host   of  health.   I   always  keep  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills   in   the   house,  and if any member of    tlie    family  feels run-down the pills    soon    put  them in good condition."  The best time to begin taking* Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills is the moment  you feci Lire least bit out of port3.  The sooner you do so tho sooner you  will regain your old-time energy. You  can get thefec pills througli any  medicine dealer or by mail, postpaid,  at no cents a box from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Greater  Structural  Strength  Simple Precautions Against FLU  Dore inroat ���������"���������-  ��������� The Danger Signal  Health Authorities Point Out The Necessity Of Treating The Simple Cold*  At Its Beginning  " Nearly every cuae of "Fiu" utarts with a simple cold. At first the  throat Is rsore���������often just a little hoarse���������soon tho infection goes lower-  then tho chest is affected.     A safe plan Is to gargle Uio throat throe times  dcily with, "Nf-s-vi^no"���������-thin will I������e*������p tho throat free from perms.,. If thero  Is any olgn of tightness in the cheat, rub on Nerviline���������ovcry drop will  penetrate deeply���������congestion will be relieved���������tho cold will break up  quickly. Many a cliingcrouu c������ao> of "Flu" can be avoided by thia almplo  homo treatment.  Of courno it is always wine to take soma relaxing medicine, and for tlris  pui-powi imm<:dlal������j roHUltw will be iQccuxed from Dr. Ilamllton'o Pills���������thoy  purge  thy uyutcui of lmpurltlcu aud carry off a lot of dlucajje���������brooding  WftUiiiC-B.  Thl'i combination treatment, oi' Wurviliuu unu j>i-. Kuiuiihuri'** Pi jit* it*  very eff*;ctivo for Grippe, lt.flucn.za, Bad Colda, <otc, and can bo relied upon  Lo fiivo vciry tfUmtltifactory results*.  Asked what ho understood by  '"foreign cntangloments," a schoolboy replied. '"Spaghetti."  New  Improved  Edge  Mlnard'a   Liniment���������good   tor   tlrod  I.UiL  A railway; station la Oodnadatta,  Australia, haw only-one train in two  weekf1.  Takes Any  Decoration  Thickness  Fire-  Proof  There is no poisonous ingredient  in Holloway'a Corn Remover, and it  can bo used without danger or injury.  Great works aro, performed not by  strength, but by perseverance.  Neurnlglu    succumb*    to     Minard's  X.Iiilmi-.ut.  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EL  T A SACRIFICE  &<  Wlnnipeg.~7-If western wheat pools  Are blamed,, for .the grain blockade at  Port Colborne and Montreal,- they-  are not concerned at the situation in  which they are found. But they recuse to be xnade the '"goats," accord-  lag2 to Pool officials' statements in  answer to Montreal allegations.  "We could mitigate thc situation  If we v/anted to, sell our grain at a  ���������sacrifice," commented a senior - official, "but wss refuse to make our  farmers pay tor a situation that is  not our fault. *Don't.^misunderstand.  We are selling a certain amount���������we  are not refusing sales."  "The world surplus is not of our  making.' There is an enormous  amount of grain in the world, ana  the buying is not exactly brisk. If  we wanted to take sacrifice prices*  * we could move t.hi������ stuff-, *w������t we  don't intend to penalize cur farmers  by doing it.'*  "Why should -wc relieve"* the conges  tion for everybody's benefit but our  own? Montreal officials can "blame  whom they like���������we refuse to be the  "goats.'*  Saskatoon.���������A report from. Montreal which blames organizations ot  Western farmers for -grain conges--  tion ni the port of Montreal and  which suggests that Western agrarians should accept a lower -price is  taken exception to here by George  H. Williams, president of the United  Farmers of Canada, Saskatchewan  section.  "The report published by the: Montreal Star," he says, ? "puipprting* to  come from an official of - they Montreal harbor commission, fcanf hardly  be regarded as a very-fairy,state-i  meat." : :y::yyf;f- yy :'PpPpP;'-  Mr. Williams-"^statement. continues.  "The article finds "fault ��������� ���������'?^th��������� western farm organizations b^ause^they,  through the agency .of; "the .western  pools, are "endeavoring t6f;Tioidf~the  price of wheat up to a'level where  it. will pay?, the? cost. QfcnEQduction* W-m  ''The report ytodicates thatf thejofv  ficial of ������������������ the harfcorf? commission  makes It very clear thatr the profits  of the harbor commission are being  interfered with, and we note* the  solution is to lower the price of  Wheaty f ,"'..-. ��������� Iaa'''-A-P ff'ff -V   ��������� '- ?y  "This has always been the solution *" of commercial organizations  handling the farmers' produce, sim-  ply-to pass onto the 'farmer any  misfortune thai may come up and  safeguard the profits ot the handling  company. ^ To cover lip this demand  they suggest that a drop of even a  cent would relieve the situation.  "If this Is so, .how is It that a  drop of nine cents ln the open market does not relieve the situation?  Can it possibly -fee that all the real  Wheat is in the hands of the pools,  who are holidng it for a sensible  price, and that all they howling is  about a lot of paper wheat in the  hands of * speculators, which doe.s  not exist In real bushels at all?  "Somebody ought to explain itl ���������  '���������Possibly 100 -per cent, control of  all tbe wheat by the pools might  not bo such a bad idea after all-.  Apparently its direct result would  be to cut out a lot offmarkct camou  fl ago and let us know; just where we  really are."  101$ Lans& Lestr������Yersy  Part Played    By    Police    In    Berlin  Ruction Is Criticized  t^>m.^iAm. r.Aaaaa������.i -T** * JL iT _ aa m. m , .  JLJmlX tXmt., UC1 lUOUJ .������������������jDXbICI LUUUW  versics continue in the Berlin press  and among the public as to the part  played by the police in suppressing  the Communist riots which broke  out on May day. Postmortem examinations of twenty-four- victims o������  the riot are said to have revealed  that 17 had been killed by police bullets.  The official ir-iquiry has been unable to establish that 'a single shot  had been fired by a civilian against  the police. Only one policeman of the  40-odd Injured had received a bullet  wound and that wound he had accidentally inflicted upon himself.  One hundred and fifty shopkeepei'3  of the Wedding district, where rioting was said to have, been very  severe, declared that the streets were  quite safe froan Communist excesses  and that a simple police patrol woula  have sufficed.  Meanwhile, 45 persons of 117 arrested had  been  sentenced  to  short  terxxna   Of  hiipilaOiiuieilt   for  Tut-Soiiiiljs  the peace. The rest -were released for  want of evidence.  SPOKESMAN FOR OERMANY  Suspect Grain Mknig  Thfaifc United States Soft Wheat Is  Mixed With  Bard  Wheat Of  Cansdi*  Vancouver.���������Possibility that some  ITnited States soft wheat is brought  to this port and-"mixed with Canadian grain, Is Interesting the Saskatchewan Royal Grain Commission  just now. Evidence has .been produced that at least one such Vessel  from Seattle was in pox-t, this spring,  with a part cargo of soft wheat, ana  loaded the balance of the ship with  Canadian grain. The port warden  was before the commission, to explain just what safeguards there ar6  to prevent anything of this sort. His  evidence was clear on the point, that  in such an event, no government certificate would be issued to cover such  a mixed cargo, but that there was  nothing to prevent mixing after thc  Dr. Hjalmar. Schact, president of Canadian grain had been inspected  the Reichsbank, and spokesman ot into the vessel. In such an event,  the reparations conference in Paris. \ however, the Canadian" certificate   -��������� j could not be construed as certifying  Should Not Be Disfranchised buye^nSght^Taecivei^tl1'^    I what  kind  of cargo   iavy  were   buy-  Committee Thinks Persons Receiving'  ing- It was pointed out that ships en  Charitable Aid Entitled To Vote  Ottawa.���������The  parliamentary com  mittee on privileges    and    elections  route to the Orient from Seattle, frequently come in here for grain, and  many of them have  soft  American  Alberta  Women   Unable   To   Accept  Inviation From England  Sdmonton.���������None of the five Alberta' women who were expected to  visit England on June 17, when the  Privy Council is to hear their appeal  from the decision of the .Supreme  Court of Canada, which decision declared that they are not "persons"  within the meaning of their national  charter, the British "North America  Act! will be able to attend a great  public "function to be held in their  honor .in London. P..  The : invitation, which, also carried  with it an offer' of assistance, has  been tendered by a group of women  in Great Britain, including members  of the imperial parliamentary and  other notables who have achieved  distinction in politics, business, the  professions, literature, education and  social endeavor.ryy.  Henrietta fEdwards. Mrs. Nellie fMc>  CUung������ .ifirstf? Louise ���������:McKemiey,; Hoh.  Irene Parlby, jind Magistrate Emily  Murphy.. P-aP-:. .  has decided to recommend a change j grain aboard. There is a mixture  in the Elections Act so that persons' made in Oriental ports of 35 * per  receiving charitable assistance would Cent. Canadian hard wheat, and the  be allowed to vote. The act as it j balance soft, from the ITnited States,  stands prevents persons receiving  such assistance either by direct gifts  or by living in a charitable institution, from voting.  The committee felt that with .so  many and varied forms of assistance now   be*r.cr   ^x'ende-i   *o   per-   Second  Attempt   Will  Be   Made   B.v  U.S. Aviator  ! but this is not covered by a Canadian  certificate.  Plans Flight To Sweden  ccwitaot  ������ltr$������!f������ii!;  TSnfoij-isse  p,���������4/jjk&'p S^Pj Jj)SiJ~_Jul 1>!  COKOSMtU*    MILK  *^Hl!.' ���������'������������������"PttiHtr-;"'*". j������  Alaskan Survey, Planned  Washington, D.C.���������-Inventory of  the vast resources in timber and  hydro-electric power that lie hidden  beyond inaccessible mountain ranges  in.; southeastern Alaska Is to, be taken this summer by navy ~ aviators  Flying photographers with multiple  lehse cameras will unfold the secrets  of hidden lakes and inaccessible forests like a magic carpet beneath  them. :; .* .  sons in unfortunate circumstances  it would be too far reaching to disfranchise "them. all and it would be  almost impossible to differentiate.  The committee refused to agree io  the suggestion that the clause  pre-  ventilQ***   .nde*fis   frnam. v"*'������ <*** he  eilm-  inated. The general opinion seemed  to be that the judges did not want  4-tmm.      t^. m      ��������� *- m. m4.  mm ^m mm  .'*.*_   m���������m      .^jf    . ������.       j'   ^       4. _  me j.������lw Cuiiugcu, .iisy uiu aui vviSu lo  bef placed in. the position of either  supporting or opposing the government by casting their ballots.  L. J. Ladner,    Conservative,    Van;  Chicago.���������Another flight to Sweden from the Middle West is being  planned by Bert Hassell, Rockford,  111.-'aviator.  Hassell, who piloted the "Greater  Rockford" on its projected Rockford-  Sweden flight last summer and was  forced down in the snow fields v of  Q������������aA������iipn^ declared" his next flight  would be over a route w^th nine refuelling points.  Hassell predicted, that within five  years aeroplanes with    "pay   loads"  1ENTS TO  ON ACT TO  BE FORTHCOMING  Ottawa.���������Candidates should be allowed to hire automobiles or other  conveyances to carry voters to the  polls on election day, It was decided  by the special committee of the  House of Commons reviewing the  Dominion Elections Act. Sec. 11,  which makes the practice an offence  is to,be deleted. There are at present one-third too many polling subdivisions throughout the country,  Colonel O. M. Biggari" former chief  electoral officer stated. Approximately $150,000 would be saved in each  election by a revision of subdivision  boundaries. Sec. 28 is td be amended  to meet the difficulty.  Sec. 27 is to be amended so that  an election officer guilty of a wilful  act or omission shall be subject to a  fine of from $200 to $500, and one  h������lf the- fine is to *������*o to the -informer.  A new section, "S-A," was added,  providing that election notices or  documents may be fastened to posts  or wooden structures despite any  municipal bylaw.  Sec, 4 was amended so that although hand bills or otherwise must  bear the name of the printer, the  candidate cannot be unseated if  they "do not. It was explained that  the section is to prevent anonymous  material being  circulated.  Farmers and labor organizations  may hereafter contribute to election  expenses as a result of removing  Sec. 9. The action provided that no  association could furnish money unless it Was? specially formed for: elecr-  tion purposes^ The chairman, C.. G.  Power, Liberal, Quebec South, said  that the section operated unfairly in  the case of farmers and' labor organizations.  war     u-'.mSm" *  it*    n i  muse w aicii his toiors  couyer South,  argued itf was. absurd, will Ay   regularly   between    Copen  hagen and Chicago,   ; TheTroute from  the fflkiiddie      West    northeastward  j.: m-mim __:__���������  to oisirancxlrse me juages.  sidered it    Was    an    insult  judges. ._:.  JTJmKm      mm-mSX.-:  to    the  Marooned Trains Released  Frown On Practice  Toronto.-:���������A' ���������warning, to patent  medicine companies against the practice of having sample pills and patent medicines thrown at the doors  of householders for advertising pur.  poses waa issued today by Hon.* W.  H. Price, attorney-general. Ha ordered an inquest into the death of  Audrey Giinrnera Kitchener girl, who  died after eating.pills that had been  left at her door.        '...'...,  Were    Held    Up    During    Ten-Da*  Blizzard In Northern Manitoba  Winnipeg.���������-Freed from northern  snows by a let up Ih low temperatures, two Canadian National Railway work trains were able to proceed on the way to Churchill, the  prairie outlet on Hudson Bay. Both  trains had been held up during a ten-  day blizzard that had swirlied down  from the northland almost to The  Pas.    .; *  After days of almost unavailing  effort the snow plows succeeded in  battling through the trains, on one  of which were 1G0 men eh route to  Churchill for the department bf railways and canals.  through Canada to Tceland and  Greenland, thence to the European  mainland, is the safest possible to  Europe, he said.' with its longest  stretch over water being only six  hundred miles.  Ice Broaks Up On Yukon  Dawson.-���������The ice In the Yukon  river in iront of Dawson hotel moved  out on May 7, heralding the advent  of spring and summer. First prise in  the guessing contest on tho movement of the ico was divided between  Thos. Leech, of Dawson, and Kennedy and Grace Stewart, of Anchorage, Alaska. Tho ' approximato  amount of the prize was $7,200.  Oratory Finals  Toronto, Ont.���������The Dominion oratory finals will be staged here on  May 22, it was announced. Several provincial champions will strive  for the right to be Canada's representative at the international oratory championship in Washington,  on October 26.  Party Workers In England Must Be  Wide Awake  London.���������-The party   worker   who  skips *Ughtl;y>fro^  constituency during the general"' election campaign will have to keep ai  sharp eye for his  colors.  F'or.by a-  curious practice in British elections,  no party has national Colors accept- c  ed in every constituency: Sometimes  the  colors  in  one f constituency  are.  completely reversed in another.    Occasionally it is a bit awkward for the  party enthusiast who   ^wanders    far  afield.  Adopt Grade Crossing Bill  Ottawa.-���������Third reading was given  in the Senate of the bill amending  the Railway Act which provides for  the expenditure of $200,000 a year to  eliminate grade crossings. -  m*5B)Arn-i  Wrlt������ Tlio Borden Co^.LUrtlted, I>*f������t.  Ik 40, 140 m. Vmiul tit'wmit. f^UM.Ks**i,  *r . ���������  ,m,   m . tt% 4,. S ,    * 1&*w,,, * *r . ...       W. t   ,   f ,  #V*    %m r**.W *-y"*rt*M,>#     i������*>*i4.4w*''V������^.v*'*     '  i"^"*nr<*Winri rift^i'Wi'>*i,iiMiriw'ih itWii.Tl"i|���������-q-fT.r-  Opium Seizure At Coast  Vnncouvcr.���������A pclcurc of dplum  valued, at" more than $7,000 war*  made on the P U.M.S. Empress of  Franco by officers of. the customs  preventive service, according to a  report from that oftjeo. The seizure  consisted of 83 tins and was hidden  near" the,ohlp'a funnels. No arrests  were iavuidi*.  Phonograph Records Of Speeches  London.���������Phonograph records of  speeches of 15 leading politicians, including leaders of tho three main  parties, are being distributed for use  in rural areas In the present campaign. The records will probably  prove of great value, apart from  their immediate use, as interesting  examples of personal styles of oratory.  New York Doctor Loses Radium  New York, N.Y.���������Somewhere in  New York, $25,000 worth of radium  is smoldering slowly through its tiny  containers and thrcatenlng"~burns to  anyone who touches it. tt was lost by  Dr. J. J. Eller, a Bkln specialist, who  believes he left it in a taxi-cab.  A BROWN STUDY  mhwwMWWWWWMMM.  ���������.*������    ���������>������.    tr.    XffSajj  Muny Russians Drown  Smolensk, Russia.���������Many persons  wore'drowned when a wooden dam  collapaod wh.Ho it waa crowded with  spectators watching the ice floea during a spectacular rlao of tho river  Dnieper. Tho river was many feci  above normal, cauuln^ a ijorloue.  flood.  Brown Is a moro restful nnd tasteful color, tho car designers and  Interior decorator's of the,Canadian Pacific Railway have decided, no  this will bo thc predominant note In the sumptuous now nleepors just  built by tho company's Angus shops at Montreal especially for service  on the Trans-Canada Limited, Tho carpets and curtains will bo a rich  brown, and thc wood finish a lustrous walnut. Permanent headboards,  too, will give added privacy, dividing each section from ita neighbour  cubicle fashion. Tho feature of thc rear end equipment on tho Trans-  Canada will bo ������. Solarium-lounge car, with grcon-tiled bath-rooms,  vlta-.giaz'oct sun rooma and smoking roomsi for women as for men.  Dry mouth ami parched  throat ore grateful for the  refreshing coolness o������  Wri'glcy's Spearmint.  Wrigley** whitens teeth*  sweetens the mouth* clears  thc throat and aids digestion*  while the act oi chew inn  calms and soothes the nerves*  UIB|������IEY  __\_YwI$t^L*  _____! _MJI__4_4HWM'  mS"���������i.Jr  tn-Attl  C3-U  mmmmmmm THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  x  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.0Q to "U.S. points.  C P* TTA-vwa, Editor and Owner=  lands has just handed over to  Howard S. Amon and A. Klockmann of Spokane, Wash., U.S.A.,  35,000 acres of the fertile Kootenay  fiats   at   Creston.   And   to  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. MAY 17  Believe It or Not!  BONNERS FERRY, Ida., May 9���������  Two, important deals involving the  expenditure of many thousands of  dollars for the development of a.  power plant on Goat River, British  Columbia, and the reclamation of  some 35,000 acres of Kootenai Valley  bottom land in the Creston district  were consummated last week, according to A. Klockman and Howard S.  Amon, who returned yesterday from  Vancouver, B.C.* where they had  been in conference with attorneys and  engineers representing the groups of  men who are financing the projects.  A. Klockmann is selling his power  plant on Boundary Creek, close to the  Canadian lane, and power from this  plant, developing 800 horsepower, will  be used at once on the Canadian side  to furnish the town of Creston with  electricity and to supply power to  electric dredges which will be used in  constructing reclamation dikes and  ditches.  It is proposed to develop at least  2000 horse power on Goat River and  it is planned to complete this part of  the program within a year.  Work has already started upon the  reclaiming of about 7500 acres of Canadian bottom land known as the Old  Reclamation Farm, which has been  held under lease by A. Klockmann for  several years. E. Larson, who has  just completed a contract for the reclamation of Drainage District No.  7, in Boundary County, has moved  his dragilne dredge to the new project  and has a contract for dike and ditch  work.  About S00O acres of this farm will  be planted to crops this year and the  farming operations are in charge of  Messrs. Bishop and Holben of Lewis-  ton, Idaho. It is claimed that these  men are in the employ of the Kootenai Power & Development Company.  Two tractors are working with four-  bottom ploughs, day and night, and  are breaking 100 acres daily.  A dipper dredge will be used later  in the season to repair the original  dike along the Kootenai River, and Lt  is planned to have the entire 7500  acres reclaimed for the 1930 season.  The concern purchasing the Klockmann power plant is under contract  to begin immediate development of  the Goat River project and has contracted with Mr. Amon to furnish  him with from 500 to 1000 horsepower for use in operating - electric  dredges, pumping plants and other  needs of drainage districts. The  power line will be extended on the  American side to serve all drainage  districts on both sides of the Kootenai River. ���������  The work of reclaiming the entire  35,000 acres of government land in the  Creston district will start upon the  completion of the Goat River power  project. Mr. Amon, it 5s claimed,  has valuable concessions from the  Canadian government in connection  with the drainage of government lands  and a part of the deai just closed in  Vancouver gives him a contract for  widening the outlet of Kootenay Jake  at the Narrows at a cost, it is estimated, of several hundred thousand dollars.  It is understood that two different  companies are interested in the deals  concluded with Mr. Amon and Mr.  Klockmann, one to handle the power  development, and one the reclamation  plans and both companies include  influential capitalists.  Without letting the taxpayer  know the full contents of the agreement it is proposed to execute.  Not so long ago when a five-year  spurned our Conservative mink- contract with G. O. Rodgers was  ter of lands also gives Messrs. j contemplated a plebiscite was  Amon   and   Klockmann of Spo- provided;  long a period on such an import- M. Hagen, Mrs. Dunseath, Mrs. Rudd,  ant Utility as light and power A. Rudd, Mrs. Gregory, and O. Hagen  '---- -''���������-' were Creston visitors on May 8th, tafc>  'JmStJm-  45" y  ���������m  win  nut  be  Neither the Board of Trade or  any   committee   that   we   have  heard of is likely to pass a petition j  to present to the council request-  ing a plebiscite.  This very important matter is  squarely up to the individual ratepayer for consideration and  action. If you want a plebiscite,  or a chance to peruse the contract  YOU must see one, two or even  three of the commiesioners and  personally state your own case.  And DO IT NOW���������today; tomorrow may be too late. The  meeting to finally consider the  contract is at the call of the chairman of the board of commissioners, who has gone to Nelson for  legal advice on the agreement,  and no information is available as  to the date of this all important  council session.  ���������������������t&fa������nG8������  kane, Wash., U.S.A., the Goat  River canyon, a water power  capable of developing 2000 horse  power.  With this surprising generosity  towards these sons of Uncle Sam  we mihgthave no serious objection  were it not for the fact that Creston Reclamation Company, Limited, a company of Creston Cana-  aians, nas a������reaay spent several  thousands of their own Canadian  dollars in preparing plans for the  dyking of part of this 35,000  acres, and has had these plans  approved by all the Canadian  authorities as well as the International Waterways Commission,  and today- is in shape to start  actual construction of its dykes  if only British Columbia's Conservative minister of lands would  give Creston Reclaihation Company identically the same consideration he has, apparently extended these gentlemen from the  south.  And with the Goat River can-  yon water power be it said thatJandMr8. B. Johnson,  in   December   South    Kootenay  Water & Power Company, a Canadian concern with several million  dollars behind it, submitted plans  for the development of the canyon  and by now would have had the  canyon producing light and power  for the whole Valley had British  Columbia's Conservative minister  of lands shown the same regard  for Canadians and Canadian capital as he now extends- Mr. Amon  and Mr. Klockmann.  In the case of the Reclamatioh  Company, with the agreement it  holds from the B.C. government  and remembering the capital already invested, for the first time  in history we are to witness a  Canadian  government repudiating an agreement officially entered  into with accompany of Canadian  citizens,   and   transferring    this  Canadian company's property to  gentlemen swearing allegiance to  the republic to the south!  "No truck or trade with the  Yankees!"  "Develop   Canada's   resources  by Canadians!"  "Canada for Canadians!"  Apple sauce!  ing in the old tithe dance,  The first, electrical storm of the  season passed oyer "Wynndei oft Monday night, accompanied by very heavy  rain.  The K.K. Klub are having a  ecting   storage  buildings.  tanks   and' other  MINERAL.  FORM F*  ACT  Certificate of Improvements  dance  in old schoolhouse on Friday evening;,  May    24th.     Three-piece    orchestra.]SunrUe.   Bonanxa,  Gents 75 cents;  ladies 50 cents, supper  included.  IHOTIGEf  Dance in old schoolhouse on  Satur-  rfr.iv,   mXa.iiy   xoiiu,   uiiuet   ftua^itiro  of junior baseball club. Good music.  Gents 75 cents and ladies bring? refreshments.    Ladies without lunch 50  cents. ....!..������������������  , A Conservative Association for. the  Wynndel district was orgtmixed at  the end of the week with H. F. Packman, president; T. Srxsmith,vice-president; J. G. Hulme, secretary! In  the matter of public works and employment of local men Wynndel has  not been getting: a square deal this,  year, iind the new association will see  that this state of affairs is remedied.  Commodore, and  Idaho Mineral Claims, situate in the  Nelson Mining Division of Kootenay  District.   ?  Where located: On Dundee Mountain and..  Wild Horao Cpeek, near Ymir.   TAK.JG NOxICjb; that i, A. tt. Green, acting  as agent for David Grobe, Free Miner's Certificate No. 4716D, and Laurent Arcbambault,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 22928D, intend.  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  A fourth oiV company is opening  for business at Cranbrook. The  Shell Company has commenced er-  Christ Church, Creston  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.  TVatu)    tlaaaa OUk   mi^.m   -a*  T������*-_ ��������� .at-       '���������QTCi  a^m&\f\/m.   Zl������m4tX 4=Z?Vlm  U������3j. ^J. mmm-mUm'Oa3.   -Caa.  A, EL GREEN.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Well!   Well!   Well!  Certainly the grand old Conservative party in this province  has fallen on evil days!  The popular impression has  always been that the Tories had  a policy of "Canada for Canadians," "Develop Canada's resources by Canadians," "No truck or  trade with the Yankees," etc., etc.  Only last week, on his return  from his eastern "retreat," Premier Tolmie gave out an interview  demanding that Canada do something drastic to show the United  States that Canada does not relish  Mr.   and   Mrs.   La Page   and   baby,  Ronald, are here qu a   visit  with   Mi*.  Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Devlin were j  motor visitors to Cranbrook on Sun- |  day.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Anderson were Sunday visitors with Cran brook friends.  Mrs. Geo. Young of Creston is a Kitchener* visitor at present, a guest of  rtfI.Q   tp   t>...������!:i  1X11&.   .-J.  X/1JUI1.  Mr. Russell of Cranbrook made the  sale of two autos here this week. The  buyers were Joe Langlois and P. Molander. They were both 1629 Olds-  mobiles.  Mr. and Mrs. Farrelt and family of  Porthili were Sunday visitors with  Mr. and Mrs. Hunt  Mrs. Payne was fi-ora Creston for a  few days, a guest of Mrs. C   Sauesael.  Miss L. M. Bo won, of Victoria, commissioner of requirements for the  education department, visited Kitchener school, and found everything satisfactory for a teacher.  Fritz Molander.- spenfe* the weekend  at his home here.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was here  on an official visit of inspection of the  Kitchener school on Thursday. Mrs.  Henderson accompanied him and was  a guest of Mrs. Hunt.  SUNDAY, MAY19  CRESTON���������11.00   a.m.,   Matins   and  Holy Communion,  WYNNDEL���������3.00 p.m. Evensong.  SIRDAR���������Service withdrawn.  Notice is hereby given that on or after  the 26th day of May, 1929, the undersigned intends to apply to the Liquor  Control Board for a license in respect of  premises being part of the building to be  known as "The White House," situate at  Salmo, upon the land described as Lots  24 and 26, Block 5, Map No. 622A, West  Koootenay Land Registration District, in  the Province of British Columbia, for the  sale of beer by the glass, or by the open  bottle for consumption on the premises.  Dated this 26th day of April, 1929.  JAMES C, BURGESS,  OLIVER M.SMITH,  Applicants.  TUESDAY, MAY 21  CRESTON���������The Bishop of Kootenay  will visit the parish. 8.00 a.m.~  Holy Communion. 7.30 p.m.���������  Evensong and sermon.  United Church  Kev. R. E. Cribb. a.A., Minister.  11.00 a. m.���������W YNN DEL.  2.30 p.m.���������CANYON!  7.30 p.m,���������CRESTON.  C. C. FREMCH  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted at  any point in the district.  Arrangements for sales can be made with  D. S. Timmons at Creston Motors, Oceston.  f. h: Jackson  REAL ESTATE  , Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  AT THE        y  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  aaj"  W������r>k S&mufhm  Work ffifomrms*  and  m\%si*mth&ss M0t0tWs������IiS  Full stock:    Priced rights  *        . ���������  .  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  It's Up to You���������Mr. or Mrs.  Individual Ratepayer!  The biggest business the village  commissioners have, as yet, been  called upon to handle is now before the council. It was presented  at a special meeting on Tuesday  night.  It is an agreement wherein the  village proposes to hand over an  exclusive 20 year franchise to H.  S. Amon who agrees to supply  Creston with a light and power  and telephone service until 1949.  Mr. Amon, it will be recalled,  the lack of consideratian shown is the same party who about a  this country in the new Hoover  tarifif.  And in his campaigning   last  year ago entered into an arrangement with the village to supply  Creston with a 24-hour electric  Miss Ford, principal of Kitcheger  school, has issued the following report  for April: Highest standing: Grade 8���������  Richard Molander, Edith Nelson.  Grade 7���������Selmer Anderson, Willard  Blair, Vivian Langlois. Grade 5���������  Celina Langlois, Frank Abar, Hazel  McGonegal. Grade 4b���������JucRie Langlois, John Bohan. Grade 8���������Robert  Johnson, Alta Blair, Leonard Bohan.  Grade 2���������Joe Langlois, Alice Bohan.  Perfect attendance��������� Frank Abar,  Myrtle Anderson, Selmer Anderson,  Alice Bohan, John Bohan, Leonard  Bohan, Hazel McGonegal, Richard  Molander, Edith Nelson.  on  ANNOUNCES NEW. LOWER PRICES  COUPE $1045.      SEDAN $1120  summer Col, Fred Lister, M.P.P., light and power service that was  was never more eloquent than in  proclaiming that the hour had  struck and it was high time Canada 's tariff was built brick for  "brick Lo keep out tire American  product. In fact at that time the  colonel was going so strong  against things American that he  seemed quite prepared to heave  a fow bricks across the line if it  would help the situation out any. to sign this new contract without  Bui mnv look what'n happened! consulting the ratepayer  to commence September, 1928.  With the merit or any lack of  merit in the new contract the  Review is not at this time concerned. But for two reasons we  believe every ratepayer should  give this new arrangement his or  her x>ersonal attention.  1. The Review is of the opinion  that the commissioners are liable  According to  the   above  very  2. The Review does not believe  authentic dispatch British Colura- that any three citizens have  the  bin's   Conservative   minister   of right to obligate tho village for so  Wynnd&I  Mrs. Nathorst was a Creston visitor  last week, a guest of her sister, Mru,  M, Young,  Mr, and Mra. O. Ogllvle and son  wero renewing acquaintances in Nelson a few days lust week.  Mr. and Mrs. Bluckmono and youug  daughter of Idaho were weoHcnd vSn-  itors bene guests of Mr. and Mrs.  LlacUett.  T. Diinseatli, who is employed at  Canal Flute*, was u vteeUund viol Loral his home hero.  Clem. Payette- loft last week for 8"*-  woll, whew, he hnn oh twined wnrH.  Mian PhylliM Foxall was at EiIcIchou  for tho weekend, a guest nf Mias Joan  Kemp.  Wally John non, who has been in  Coign try, Albert!., for fhe pant f������*w  months, returnwl home Monday.  8tr*nwh<M*il.-H are- entiling In to bloom  aw well an npplbs, and both cultivation  and apr-aylng of ntrawherries In lu  pi-ogl-i'ttu.  Mi*, and Mi-h,  ft. Uri, Mi*,   and   Mra.  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.  Chrysler's   Principle   of  Standardized Quality  is to com]pel volume by quality, uot to seek production by price. Chrysler is undoubtedly the  world's lowest pricod producer of quality cars.  CRESTON  Canyon St. at Barton Ave., Creston THE  CBESTON BEVIEW  I have just placed in stock a  complete line of  Men's  Zimmerknit  Underwear  ���������_**���������������  Also a line of  Work Shirts  Hosiery and  Men's Khaki Trousers  My prices  *u*m������.y  - * ~."l- _u  Wcrnti  >���������  ** *9*~~  and look the line over.  V. MAWSON  Local and Personal  . hits. Shavela and two children, who  have spent the- winter rn Creston,  left last week for Lumberton. where  Mr. Shavela is employed, and where  tbey are to reside in future,  Miss Evelyn Bevan. who has been.in  Oranbook as nuree to the late Mrs.  6as-l.sk st St. E-agene hospital, far the  past ten days, returned home at the  fii?st of the week.  His lordship the Bishop of Kootenay  wrtS visit, Creston on Tuesday, May 21,  and there will be Holy Communion at  *8.00 a.m., and evening service with  address at 7.30 p.m.  Jjotsbe'R h'on Sale���������G to 12 inches  wide, in 8-foot lenp-ths, ab $10 per  thousand at mill, near Porthili, or $14  per thousand delivered at. Creston.  Monrad Wigen, Creston.  Christ Church L.adies' Guild have  thf ir annual spring sale at the Parish  Hall on Saturday afternoon, May25th.  There will be plain sewing, home- products and cooking on sate, and tea  served.  Bev. B. Leslie Best of Fernie was  the speaker at Trinity United Church  and left the same   evening   by   auto  with Rev. and Mrs. Crrbbfor Vancouver* to attend the J3.C. conference of  the Tnited Church.  , Ideal weather prevailed for the'* annual bulb show of Creston and District  WomenV;ins:t.tute-at Trinity Church  haii on Saturday afternoon, and the  eash intake"frorn thle tea ana sale of  cooking was about.$36.  The next social attraction Is the Victoria Day dance-in the Grand Theatre  ballroom under the auspices of Holy  Cross Church ladies on Friday evening  May 24th, Good music, and admission  of-$1.50 per couple, supper included.  J. P. MacDonald, forest ranger, has  taken delivery of a new Ford sedan  from the Premier* garage. The same  firm has sold S. A. Sppers a 1929 Pord  truck. Creston Motors report the sale  of a Plymouth coupe to.Pat Downey.  P. H. Jackson, chairman of the  village commissioners, was at Nelson,  Thursday, interviewing. Hamilton,  Wragge & Harailtoh, the village solic  ���������tors... on matters connected with the  twenty year electric light and telephone franchise.  The pupils of the public school assembled at an open air meeting at the  school   on   Monday morning when  a  lis        **\T-   ��������� -p*-*mir_*-i* ���������*<  "WE ADVISE  YOU TO ORDER NOW  -and  intiS  he  ^a  K~ye  r-TV  -T^L'ST*  Iran-d  Theatre  fAn ������j>Li'c*_-a.a������.j-t_  CMESTO  SNAPS!  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 best line' of ceCrs 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  ri cl IVI I cl rt    vs J\ KAuL  PALMER   A,    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Making Collections  This Bank makes a feature of  ita collection service. This  means that your drafts will be  forwarded promptlyt presented  promptly and followed up until  the credits appear in your bank  account. n  SI^I^l    PPl*      i    J_������l__     1 l-S    Ja^^L     f^lkB B^"  fi   V    II   &      BmmJ fi^JSL-T        VJEUJI      ���������        r"tfPj,if        Till  ^S JI^IV  OF CA^lAJDu-%.  CKliSION BKANU*   '    .-        - C. W. AlAMN, Manager.  Btf-tvcW*, *t Bveramre. Cr������n,brook ancl Pernio  was given by Co!. Mai la nd ai ne. J. P.  McDonald, the local forestry officer,  also spoke brief lyv   v  Tomorrow the Creston and District  Women's Institute are staging a tag  day with the funds collected to go to  the Crippled Children's Hospital. This  institution has, already taken care of  children from Creston district and it  should hnvfi generous support.  - W. Ginol of Ginol's Landing, was a  business visitor at Creston on Tuesday. He reiiorfts that bloom gives  every indica tion of .a Boo crop of tree  fruits. While here he compieted_arrangements with Cres-ton Growers,  Limited, to handle his 1929 shipment?.  Por Saie���������2 dressers, washstand,  refrigerator, oak roll top desk. Congo  leum.rug, wwing nifichine, washing  machine, 6* dining room chairs, table,,  library table, living room chairs and  rocker, Coleman .lamp, S bed, child's  bed, kitchen stove, fruit jars, etc., etc.  Mrs. H. W. McLaren. Creston.   ,  Kev. R. E. Grihb left at the first of  the week for Vancouver, where he is  attending the 1929 conference of the  B.C. United Chwrcha'and will be gone  at "least ten days.' ,lVlrs. Cribb . and  children accompanied him and will be  remaining at the coast'Toi-an extehded  holiday- '' u-r;"'     *".--���������--'y ... '''���������''  -Wm. Ramsay of-Nelson, district  public works engineer, was here on an  official'visit' on Wednesday, and made  a trip .of inspection over the mads be  tween Goatfell and KuskaTiook. He  is confident tbe $4000 promised for the  N orth and South Highway i mprove-  ments will be avoilable and work will  start almost immediately.  A party of eight young men faom  Creston, in charge of Lieut. Lionel  Moore, left on Sunday lastifor Vernon,  whpre they are taking two weeks military drill at the training camp near  that town. The campiycloses, on the  25bb. In the party were Bert Penson,  Douglas Putnam. Bill Manuel, Dobie  MacDonald, Charlie Moore, jr.  H. A. Nicholson, of Nelson, the  Kootenay superintendent of the B.C.  Telephone Company, w-ae here on  official business at the first of the  week. Mr. Nicholson was looking up  a site for a central which it is possible  the company will erect here. With  the exception of Creston the B,0.  Compine operate all of the telephone  lines in East arid WeBt Kootenay.  Oreston is due to very shortly lose n  couple of very eatimahie citizens in  the depiuture of Mr. nnd Mrt*. H. W.  McLaren and family to reside In Vancouver, Due to none, .too robust  health "Mac" has been fot-ced.to secure  a discharge from the provincial poller-,  and will take up work in Vancouver  In the B.C. motor license office nt Juno  1st, Everyone will hope thnt the oh .ft  will bring a speedy restoration of fnr-  rticr good health, and that they will  find thoir new home aa congenial a������  their eight years residence in Creaton.  Many friends of Mr. (and Mrs. David  Scott, former residents of Creator*, but  now farming near Champion, Alberta.  will greatly sympathise with them in  the nntluioly death of then fl-yeai old  boo, IlavUl JFrunkJIo., winch occurred  at their ftu-m <������.. Sulurclay uvonUitf  laiit. Juat how tha fatuity happened  lo not known. He hnd loft tho barn  nn a saddle horse to bring In the cows  nnd \vhen he failed to return and  search was made for him, his uticon*  scions form wim fa������.m������. ibenido a fence  and It i������ presumed he was thrown  from tho horse, atflklng hl������ head  against a atom*, M������i move.- rrgnlned  coTiscuinuKnesM and died, pawning away  about 4 o'clock Sunday morning.  I  REG. WATSON  CHAS* SuTTEhILI  DRAYING and TRUCK SERVICE  COAL,   WOOD,  SAND,  GRAVEL  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN  ALL  ORDERS.  Try Us Once  E2EB  Service in Alice Siding  Commencing February 1st I am inaugurating  a Tuesday and Friday afternoon cjeliyery 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. kStage leaves  Creston at 4 p.m.  , To ensurejie-liyery telgphonejnstructipns must  ch us by 12*o?clock noon of mail days.  B  So  cCREATH  I-^f*** jT* Wjt tQ.4*  ���������  used as a bank" has many di_w  advantages.  Money carried in it is easy to  spend oil Crifles or may be lost  or stolen*  Weekly deposits in our Savings Batik  will accumulate rapidly. ���������  Stnall or larsse accounta are welcome  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000*000  Reserve Fund $20,000*000  Creston. Branch  R. J. Fotbe������, Manager  Jmm.  19-VP |\|^ 1|9 QL' %J.t%pITHr--rl-ITI E a Litis  EAT MEKCoANTS  JTR.Y OUH  bhAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dial., ������nay to Bervo.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Governmont Rriidod, highest: quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEJh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  AAA* is*A0 A* mm M   St Am** ������������������'������������*'���������.   -*M_W       ������W        W*1*  W������* tmmmt   mi   mm m.   .A4 w       <-*'    mm** w-���������-*  Incrooaod CRff production mncl proiliic������������ botbor |ioultry.    Buy tlwv l������o������t.  mm  J ^k^'^i^^^s^ry^i^  *fmJz&ia*un*mm>tr.������mu&**.i  li  BS&BSZESTZr-  mmBWMi&Mimmmiw,  mmm  TIIE   REVIEW,    OB.ESTON,   B.   C.  your baMn^use  Mode in Gonoda - No A! urn!  Canadian Legion  WORLD HAPPl-NiNGS  BRIEFLY TOL  Lord Revelstoke, who died recently  in Paris, where he was attending* thfc  meeting: of the reparations conference, left half a million dollars to  King Edward's Hospital fund fo*  London.  The Nationalist government state  eouneil announced that henceforth  decapitation as a method of execution in China would he prohibited.  Decapitation had "been discarded, "by  previous regimes but Lt was still used  by the police and military authorities  for executing: bandits and robbers.  Its complete abolition has now been  ordered.  cutting Lorns fritn ttazor  Dominion Convention To Be Held In  Regina In November Of  Txus Year  The  Dominion Convention  of  tho  Canadian Legion B.E.S.L.,    will    be  held   in -Regina  on  November   25th  1S29.  - To those ex-service men who are  not membera of the Legion, the  present Is an opportune time to become identified with the' organization that has done much to promote  the welfare of returned men. theii  widows and dependents.  The work of the Legion is not  diminishing as ttie years go by, but  rather is growing. The membership  likewise Is Increasing and particularly so in Saskatchewan since the Provincial Convention- but in the province there are still a number of men  who are eligible to join, and . who  have not as yet identified themselves  with the organization, possibly due  to lack of opportunity to do so.  With the increase of branches  throughout the province, there is  now local representation in practic-  ������.������u..        j;���������t-a-;���������������- **.a>3 *-Sa-a        ^aa..>>  cial secretary, Canadian Legion, Regina, will be pleased to advise anyone, on request, of the nearest local  branch.  "Unity among returned men was  accomplished when the Canadian Legion came into being some years ago.  All that remains is to complete the  membership and make the organization even more representative than  it is today.        ���������  *. -.  On its record of achievement  alone, the Legion deserves the support of all ex-service men, and it is  hoped that the next few months will  see every eligible man in Saskatch~  ewan enrolled. The dues are nominal,  tout _ the presence of every returned  man in the ranks of the Legion will  be of the utmost value in furthering  the aims and objects of the organiza-  \ tion, and in promoting that comrade-  **\jR*  Relieved without  **dosing.M Rub oa  VAPO^US  ::0-VE������ ZlfM ILL|iQR.iilARS?:USED,!YEARl^  Baby's restless slights  might be avoided  Scalded skin and other skin  troubles are common causes  of restlessness, and often  could be avoided hy careful bathing witk Baby's  ^Own^Soap.  Its fragreittt lather cleanses and  heals Baby's skin3 and prepares  for restful sleep.  SUNDAY S���������H00L LESSON  MAt 19  JEREMIAH    CALLS  OBEDIENCE  TO  ' Golden Text: "'Hearken unto My  voice, and I will be your God, and  ye shall be My people."���������OTeremiali ?.  23.  ,  Lesson: Jeremiah 7.1-2S.  Devotional   Reading:   Psalm  7-3.3.  ee.  [ttffiffizmzsttiwmm  :-'A..: :' .: ���������-'  .' .,;,-;,-,-.: :���������" .;-.'.���������������������������-.���������' ..';".������������������:"���������'.".';������������������'.���������.'_������������������ .-'"���������.������������������ .. ���������?���������-*.��������������� ;,*T;'H  "Bssi/������? steu and Baby Ivo"  SS'S*  When intensely angry and searching* for a fitting word to express yourself, say "Roosevelt." which, we are  reliably informed, Is the biggest dam  known.  Useful In   -Damp.���������Explorers,  Explanations and Corn-meats  Outward Ritual is Net Religion,  verses 1-4.���������Jeremiah felt Impelled  to stand at the gate of the temple  and warn the people. To all whoen-  Itered in at these gates to -wbrahip in  the temple, Jeremiah cried: "Thus  saith Jehovah of hosts, the God of  Israel, amend your ways and your  : doings (a favorite expression with  I Jeremiah), and I will cause you to  dwell in this place, ybu need not fear  being carried off into exile. Trust  not in the lying words of false-prophets who declare unto you that God  will never permit this holy temple to  be destroyed." The, threefold repetition of the words "the temple of Jehovah" suggests the energy of iteration that belongs only to Eastern j  fanatics. Dean Stanley observes^ R���������-1  L-_r-^yDoiiWehO������������ofc yy ���������--���������   y  120 Leaves ^/>e  B F.r.sst Yew. Csn Buy *'��������� *������_&  | AVoip iMiiA^ jjOWS   Vyy  surveyors, prospectors ana JuuiUers will       ., .. ...      ���������    -.. . _     ,  find Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil very .caU^e repeated cr|es of thefanatica  useful in camp. When the feet and g* **������ ^J***?* ^he,s,uf' "?rt*K  legs are wet and cold it is well to rub, Di^a ,?f ^.P1^^ ''*AfJj**-W  is  them freely with the Oil and the result will be the prevention of pains  In the muscles, and should a cut, or  contusion, or sprain be sustained,  nothing could be better as a dressing  or lotion.  Leads To Lock-Jaw I sets  f ship which is one of its biggest as-  i  Don't cut corns with an old razor:  blade.     Infection,   followed  often   by'  , death may result from paring corns  I with an infected razor.    Quick,  safe i  relief comes from using PUTNAM'S *  CORN    EXTRACTOR.      If    afflicted  with corns, callouses or    sore    foot-  lumps, use "PUTNAM'S"���������it's  reliable, and sure to shrivel up the corns  so they drop right off. No pain,  no  soreness, but quick  relief  from  sore  corns comes   to"  all   who   use   PUT- j  NAM'S PAINLESS CORN EXTRAC- ���������  TOR,       25c. at all  dealers.  A dentist is the only person who  can tell a woman to open and shut  her mouth at will and get away with. "The temple of the Lord! The temple  it,  , of the Lord!'"~-P. B. Meyer.  Ts it not thus that the children of  godly parents presume on the results  of ancestral piety? Is It not thus  that evil-living men will risk the  consequences of sin, because they are  prepared to make liberal gifts to religion? The drink-seller, the opium-  smuggler, the slave-impostor, have  all, In one form or another, administered sedatives to conscience, saying  NO MEDICINE UK  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  5     There Must Be  ' Covenant  Fa     B,  Obedience To the   Of Old, verses    5-7.���������-The  ] continued security of the people in  i the land of their fathers would depend upon their reforming and-practicing the social virtues, Jeremiah  declared,-1���������the security of justice between a man and his neighbor, the  the freeing from oppression S of the  stranger, the fatherless and the widow, and the avoidance of the shedding of innocent blood���������and also upon the avoidance of the worship of  *' * ������M-rartur <* Ara^xiOL ���������'  MAY FEVER .BRONCHITIS            4*     T*T.T\*$ *>*+*?1-.l     *%AWI?$-*_  medicine, softens and soothes the??  bronchial passag-es, restores glandr  activityto normal, quickly banish-*  es asthma, hay fever and broneh-i:  ,ial troubles 'FQK'JBVE-t. Tear, out]  this advertisement, send for _?r������ej  information, enclose* name and*  address-to  -.��������� ���������'*..*  S._S_3.   3-AS.O-S_&_������03S.S33S   03t?  CaSTAOA,   X>X2>. .  635 Vancouver Block. Vancouver, B. C j  ^ggggfSBSBJmmmmm.  Little Joe opines that the splinters  in the ladder of success won't bother you unless you are sliding down.  Minard's  bruises.  Liniment    for    cuts    and  New York City claims a population equal to that of the states of  Montana,* Nevada, Utah, Idaho.  Colorado, Arisena, New Mexico,  Wyoming, North Dakota and South  Dakota combined. 'f.  Asthma Doesn't Wear   Off   Alone.  Do not make the mistake of waitfng  People expect too much of a boy  for asthma to wear away by itselfr  who is at the growing age. When he  While  you  are waiting  the   disease  ,        ,.       ,.        ������ . ,. . is surely gathering a stronger foot-  has done his eatmg and his growing ^^ ^ eyolj   H~e    Jn    da^ger;   of  he has put in a pretty full day.  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple and effective remedy is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  British piano  manufacturers have  captured both    the    American and  New Zealand markets    from their  American rivals.  stronger and "yet stronger attacks.  Do-. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  taken early, will prevent incipient  condition from becoming chronic and  saves hours of awful suffering*.  get    on    to-  Once a Mother Has -Used Them  She WiU Use Nothing Else  To once use Baby's Own Tablets is  to usa them sontinually���������that is as  long as there are young children in  the home. That is the testimony  given us by mothers from all parts  of Canada. They all say that they  know of nothing to equal the Tablets,  that they find them safe and efficient and at the same time pleasant  to take.  Mrs. John. Hollinwortb, Maidstone,  Ont., writes:���������"I have three children,  the eldest fourteen and the youngest  nine months old. I have always used  Baby's Own. Tablets for them and  have found no other medicine to  equal the Tablets as a relief for the  many ailments: of childhood." s sure first of all that our nation is  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but right with God and ^^ we have ^  thorough, laxative which regulate the spirlt of. submission and.obedience to  bowels and sweeten the stoP\a^ him. Then the vessel will come out o.  They drive out constipation and indi- vessel of honor? for the hands of God  gestion, break up colds and simple vvm be iioulding the clav on the  fevers and make the cutting of teeth Wheel."���������The Youth's Companion.  easy.      They   are  sold   by  medicine ���������  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.   .  Wxirms are encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and' bowels, and so subsist. Miller's Worm  Powders will alter these conditions  almost Immediately and f will sweep  the worms ;���������-.-. away. No destructive  parasite yean live in contact with this  medicine, which is not only a worm  destroyer, but- a health-giving medicine most beneficial to the young constitution.  raise gous. xne stranger was the so=  journer from away, the alien resident  temporarily in Judah. He and the  fatherless with the widow had no  voice in the administration of affaisr  and could be easily' oppressed.  "As the potter has power over -the  clay to make and to change a3 he  pleases, so is the nation in the hands  of God to do with .as seems best to  Him. Itf is hot���������������������������foi us to try to mould  the national life and purpose without  God and His Son Jesus Christ, into  whose hands the nations of the world  have been given; it is for us to make  Sheep are ^ old at 12; an. ordinary  domestic pig has been known to live  to the age of 30. --  Splitting Headache  Minard's   will  drive  Bathe the forehead.  it   away.  Also in-  44Why couldn't they  gather?"  "Well, you see, he's a Scot and she  would persist in washing out his  shaving brush every morning."  A nautical mile  is  8,080  feet,  or  800 feet more than a land mile.  CANADIAN AIB  MAIL PLANE ESTABLISHES WORLD'S RBCOItD  We would say that a stable government is one in which the people  remain hitched.;  Cnt������cin*s&  WOIIL&-FA3101U&   FOB ������ABI.T.:  The every-day use of Cuticura Soap,  assisted by occasional applications of  Cutlcnra Ointment, when required, is  your best insurance against skin troubles.  They not only cleanse and puri-iy, but also  enhance and preserve thenamral qualities  of the skin and hair.  Soap 25c.   Ointment 23c. and 30c.   Tolcuni23c  Sold everywlietc.   Sample each free.  Addrest Canadian Depoti  JT. V. \V_lt C'on*n������ivny, l.,1d., Motktvetal.  _C<0sEIjI3T   *ttJ@E  :PHIIUPS=  ForTVouW*"  due to Acid  INOIOILSTION  HEAttACH-  V.1iat most people call indlceflllon ln  usually cicceaa acid in the Dtomacbu  The food ban soured. Thc InBtant remedy in nn alkali which neutralizes  ������cidii. Cut don't urro crude hc.pa. Use  Vtiha.1 your doctor wou.ti mwlvlBt..  Thu htfut liclp in rhllllpa' MUtc of  Mngnculu. For tlie &0 yours line������ it������  tovcn1i|!,n tt, ,"-,.������*! rr>mf������4n<>d ������t**..������������dmr������l  With phyulclana- You will find nothing  eXrso &o quick in Bt.������ efSufd, t*a brnxmltma.  Ono tnstelcun spoonful in water neu-  truii-r.oH many timet* its volume In  acid. Tho results are Immediate, with  no bud after-eilccta. Once you learn  this fact, you will nover deal with  exc������������������ acid In the crude ways. Oo  Icai-Ei���������now���������why thin method la ������tx-  promo.  Ho wuro to #et the penulno PhUllps'  Milk of MapnefllA, proncrlbed bv nhywl-  ciuiui for CVO yeai-s In covracting ������,*-  email tu'ldu. Each bottle contolniL tfull  |������Mrectloao--any drujjistoire.  The entire world recognizes that  Canada, in proportion to her population, is malting greater practical  lino of aircraft than any oilier country and tho "work" records of Canadian ^airplanes are regarded aa even  moro Important contributions to tho  ad van cement of aviation than tho endurance and other stunt achlvcmcnts  of othor countries.  Canada's latest sand moat Impressive practical rccoird in air fit* iu  speedy delivery of ulr mall and Capt.  l>. S. Eoudurant, pilot for Canadian  Airways (subsidiary ot International Alrwaya of Canada, Limited), an  a result of n record flight between  Toronto and Montreal, now holds tho  world's air mail speed record.  Ot.Vft. MoiidVTfVht, fHyintj r>i. T^ilr-  child "71," powered by a Pratt &  Whitney Wasp    engine,    on    Mnurch  Short of BresSrtth  Smothereiig Feelings^  Choking Sensation  Mrs. H. Day, Dartmouth, N.S.,  writes:���������"Por over a year I was  troubled with smothering spells and  shortness of breath, and it was impossible for me to walk, even a short*;  distance, because of the choking sensation which fbllowed.  After trying many treatments, In  vain. Tat last decided to try  JyHeARTiS-:  21st, covered tho 340 miles from  Toronto to Montreal in just ono hour  and forty-four minutes, and this has  now been established as tho worldi's  faatcat air mall flight.  Remarkable as this time Is, Capt.  Bondurant would have bettered lt,  but for fog encountered a littlo ovor  100 miles from Montreal. Up to thia  point ho has flown 215 mlleo tn juat  60 minutes, maintaining a speed of  over 3% mllaa a minute.  Throughout the record-brcakltig  flight Capt. Bondurant reported per-  foct performance from, his plnno  which waa moled with Imperial  Aoroplnno* Spirits and lubricated  with Imptrla! Marvcluhe Motor Oil  products which bave become tho  almost unlveraal preference of  C<nnndliin aircraft. wwratr������������-H -who  choone them for 00 out of - every 100  inUo,1* jQdvm in Ciuu*ck..  and In a surprisingly short timo they  did me much good.  Price 50c per box at nil druggist*  or dealers, or mailed direct on receipt  of price by The T. Milburn Co., Ltd.,  Toronto, Ont.  Silk is conaJderod unclean by th������  Mohammodano becauoo it Io the product o_ a worm.           ,   m      mm  mSF^Si   &iffmmmWAwmmm*mW, UmtS  SoothedStHeated  HY  ^s^,mt ^m^^^m. ViSBm^.   ^m mm GS^^  *_!_��������� i���������I H __,       _^^^ ILQy Ja^Sk  2_^S!^^2S  w. h.  %j.  nm m  THE   REVIEW   CRESTOST,   B.   C.  40  as only Cliri^|ies are  Tempting golden brown biscuits, generously  ������!led with genuine Smyrna fig jam-  always   fresh   and   always   pure.  In ihe store or on the 9phane> always ask for.  ir  THE CRIMSON  WEST  ~ 8? -_  ALEX. PHILIP  Published by Special Arrangement  With Thomas Allen. Publisher.  -,;. Toronto. Ont.        .  "Strike me pink!" breathed Andy, J self-possessed,    calm   and   perfectly  as his hand stole  up  to  touch  the I poised as a goddess.   A,  glad   light  spot where Connie's lips had brushed his cheek.'  _ Connie turned to   face   the   lake  aid's eyes as Connie stepped to the  station platform. Standing there  then .she had quite definitely abandoned any hope of winning him. And  Janet bad been so sure that once she  had held a place in his heart. A great  depression, a great weariness of  spirit, settled upon her. '  That evening, as Donald walked  with his- parents by the lake-shore,  ho turned to his father. "Dad," he  said anxiously, "do you think I have  made good? Will you forgive me for  ���������for- ������������  John McLean's eyes grew suddenly misty. "Donnie," he began gently,  '���������Mr. Rennie has told us all about  you. And no man could speak more  highly of another." He drew a newspaper from his pocket. "Haven't you  seen this?"  It was Vancouver's morning paper  with a full-page devoted to the visit  of the Eastern lumbermen. There  were several photographs of the  Summit Mill and one of Donald. The  paper; spoke of him as "the able  young engineer whose modern ideas  and energy had given to British Col  ~      CHAPTER XEC���������Cphtinued.  Connie had rehearsed this moment  a thousand tlrhes. She stood quietly  on the steps for a moment, then slipped gracefully to the platform, Connie herself could not have imagined  how Changed she was.    Froni coif"  fure to dainty French-,heels she was  dressed as if fresh from the hands of  an * expert    Parisian    costumer. - So  dazzling was shethatshe positively  took Donald's breath ^way. It seemed to him that she iiadfgrown likisys  magic rose, all at once from a tiny  bud to a full blossom. No fault could  be found with the pei^ctfoyalfof yhei":  face, or with the delicate*white:f'rose  skin, from which eVery?trap������ 'oi? tan  had gone.     The   long   lashes    that  fringed her big blu<| eyes h^turae^  a shade darker    than    the    curling  waves of her abundant golden hair.  Andy, whose small form had been  hidden in the rear, moved bashfully  forward, fumbling the wide hat .held  in his hand. '"Ello, Connie," he blurted,, his lips parted in a wide smile of  welcome.  Instantly Connie forgot her assumed dignity and became her warm,  Impulsive little sel������ With a glad cry  she flung her arms about Andy's  neck aiid kissed him.  "Oh, Dad!"    she    cried   in   ecstasy,  "isn't it good to be back here with each and everyone  again?" She stretched her arms to-j "i'mso glad to see you, Jack," she  ward the ice-clad peaks. A gentle {smiled. :\?v?'yyff^ yy:?.  breeze swept down the wooded slope | The big logger took her tiny hand  toyfah her face as though to w^t ��������� lufhis. "We're suref glad to have  come. The blood surged beneath her. you with us again, Connie."  smooth white skin and went singing j "May 1 bring Andy in to dine with  through every vein. "Ah!" she sighed j us;AMr. McLean?" she asked as she  happily, as she inhaled a deepbreath' chme back to the table  of air laden with the odour of pine  from the hills she loved.-Donald, gazing at her hungrily, saw tears brimmingunder her longhashes.  From~the far,end of the train a  tail, grey-haired man assisted a slender sweet-faced woaaaau to the  groUnd,"and then Walked- towards the  station. As theyyfstepped to the platform the Woman's���������'^ eyes rest-ed on  Donald, who stood with his back to  her. Instantly she became rooted to  the spot? eyes wide.; one hand flutter--  With the su-  wondroiis   mother-love   shin-  iilled her eyes as Gillis and his crew  of "redshirts" filed Into the big din-   ing-room. She sprang to her feet and:; ^i^aloggihg~plaht and mill that  greeted them joyfully, shaking hands W7.e ^ crftdit. to ^ Province."  m  m  irttr   1-rvnmv.r.   H.v������   l3S<"':***"  preme,  held  out  ���������f"  her  passionately,  Emj������y tii������ %m*%*u  ������n a new set ������$  &wm*  1 QUIP your car  Mml*! withFircstones-  the toughest, longest-wearing tires on  earth���������and know  wherever you go>  your tires will carry  you with greater  safety and economy ,  than any others you  - can buy.  ���������  Sec your nearest Firestone Dealer today.  FIRESTONE THUS & RUBBER  CO, OF CANADA, LIMITED  TIAMDLTON  ONTARIO  W.    H.    II,    X16*\  ing in her eyes, she  anns.'-''-?"?  "Donald!"  she cried  "Donald!" .  Donald whirled at the sound of the!  loved  voice calling his  name.     His  .heart throbbed- wildly, his throata felt  constricted and his face paled under  stress- of strong emotion.  "Mother!" .   4  His arms were around his mother,  yearning, tender, hungry, after these  long months of separation. Her face  upturned to his was white and  drawn," t>ii_ her eyes shone with hallowed joy. He felt his hand gripped  in his father's strong fingers, and  saw his eyes shining with tears. John  McLean patted his boy's dark head  with a shaking head.  "Donnie t My boy, Dofinte!"  For some time Donald was oblivious to all save the great happiness  of meeting his parents. His mother's  embrace almost unmanned him;' and I  it was with difficulty that he kept  back the sobs ^ that tightened his  throat. .. -  He led his parents to the other end  of the platform and introduced them  to his friends.  Robert, Rennie's comments wero  simply gasps and a reiterated, "Weill  Weil!"   ���������  Andy offered his usual contribution. "Strike me pink I" he aaid,  Connie's eyes were filled with soft  eagerness as she greeted Donald's  mother. The glow in'Donald's face  as ho spoke to Connie was poignantly significant of his deep love for her.  But Connie, to his consternation and  dismay, met his ardent glances with  a look of cold indifference.  , Since Connie's arrival Janet's features held a look of disquietude, but  she acknowledged tlie Intrtiductlon  to Donald's parents with a radiant  smile.  .A moment* later, Connie, with  plclrtfl held high,.was running down  tbe railroad track.  "Going after hor horao," amlled  Wainwright tu answer to Donald'a  question.  "Will you have dinner with ub?"  invited Donald,  "Yua, Ihirnl. you,*1 roapoadedl Wainwright, "Wo will aloop in tho car to-  night," he continued, "but Constance*  Insists that wo must return to the old  home as soon an possible. She has  been busy drawing plans for a chalet she intendg building on the blufit.  Connlo returned with the old trapper, tho latter leAdttw Pe^anus.  At dinner Connie showed no ulgna  of. her farmer atxyn&aa. She wa������ urn  Donald nodded assent. She ran  gleefully to the kitchen, and a jno-  .ment later .the f. loggers grinned  broadly as she came through the  door leading the protesting cook by  the.' arm.,  "Now," she said as Andy sat down,  "we're all here." Shis looked about  { her and clasped her hands rapturously, "it seems as though I had been  gone for years. And oh, it Ss so nice  to be home again!" She sank to a  chair .b'f-twfiasa -kndy and the trapper.  "Do you remember, Andy, when you  were, dressed as a butler and dancca  with John at your party?" She threw  back her. golden head and her silvery laughter filled the room.  Janet was unhappy from the mo-  Donald saw the proud light in hi3  father's eyes, and his heart was filled with a great peace. ^  The next day carpenters "and material arrived for the construction of  Wainwright's new home. That afternoon Connie,    clad    iri    fashionable  riding habit, came to the mill office  with her foreman to place an order  for   lumber.        Pegasus   Jin   silver-  mounted bridle  and English  saddle  was proudly restiye. With neck arched  he  curvetted  and  rocked  while  Connie sat on his back   with    that'  complete lack of    self-consciousness  that -is the heritage of a born horsewoman.      Before   leaving   she   rode  up the hill >among tbe^ toiling workers, her irresistible smile bringing an  answering grin from they "redshirts,"  who" doffed their Hatsf and shouted a  joyous greeting. ~  JU1 day pack-horses and men  struggled up the hill, staggering under the weight of building material.  But althouh Donald strained his eyes  for a glimpse of the golden-haired  rider,   he   saw   her   no more - that  IVluV  J������*J������V    WAJ-b   IIS   *3\.W   ...   em   aiVUUua-..^  *- >;will;,"wear,-pus::. >v ny suner  when there's always Aspirin ? The  millions of men and -women who  use it in increasing quantities every  year prove tliat it does relieve such  pain. The medical profession pro-'  nounces it without effect on the  heart, so use it as often as it can  spare you any pain, Every druggist  always nas genuine A spirit! tablets  for the promptfrelief of a headache,  colds, neuralgia, lumbago, etc. Familiarize -yourself with the proven  directions in every package.  Aspirin Is a. Trademark BegSstered ia CaQ*d������  Egyptian papyri 2,000 years old  are in better condition today thai-  some of the paper which went under the printing presses during tha  World War.  rnent of Connie's arrival.    She    had! day.  caught the look of adoration in Don-}  (To Be Continued.)  1EA3AS 51 ������  RELIEVED  ���������  QU5CK.LY  tfei������ Pnrdy VefetB-lc Pill  quickly ^corrects the  digestive distuf������  bances, removes tha  Intestinal poisons, and sick headache Quickly disappears. Yourwhol*  system enjoys a tonic effect, constipation vanishes, and you feel a renewed -vigor. Avoid bromides and  dope.they are depressing and harmful.  All Druggists 25c and 75e red pkgau  Ea 15.S3 ^y HSgH t3BSHi3 f      CLE ^S^HTs B|^^Bw.H^-H|EH������Mr<^r~?  Many motox oils loolc alike, tmt there is a vast dif���������*������ ^MMfaJ  ference iii thc way tlney perfoxnou    UnfortiMuatcily ^%\\w  this difference is diffieolt to detect*  The invisible difference which xnalces one moto*  oil better than another mvust be Inherent ill. tha  crude from, vhhjh. it is made '  Thereyon have the veason^hyMarvelnbe^vesbei������i  ter engine Inbrieation than oils refined front ordin������*  nvy crudes. Im_������eiMal Oil searched the world over $0%.  nbetterernde^^andinSonthAnieiicatheyfo-o^iditw  From, it they malte Mnrvelnbe���������a pure* carbon*  froo, lull-bodied oil that resists the extreme heatfl  find pressures oi modern engine operation*  . Aircraft operators prefer Morvelnbo because bet-  A,  ter lubrication means greater safety and lon&e*  A. ^tetwiml*. between overhauls^    Motorists prefer  -        IVI**icv������:l.iuifi������ia beceiiaa It fa* l3iO ideal c������l ffor sacdorsa  motors.    It ensures greater power* greater HeaoW  bitity and greater economy.  There Is * Grade of Marvelnbo  refined to  meet  exactly the specifications of yonr car. Coiicmifc tho  Htfarveiube Chart at -LmjjH_-rui& Oil -service ������4j������iloiUui.  and dealers*  -_m'"miii������..-. _sjw_i_-���������-l   f man mil   b-hm -wan ftitmti mmmi ifttii   m&mtf!^.  gg? ^fkp |_g*  E^sr^,-,*^*' ^(MJ/1 B!*^l J3S W^U 8EJ  f__       _w___ h__L_,     Q9        ���������^^a^sBfl        MRS    ^fflfflr^    iSBM      nHBfflftt  em__k .-gap**-*   __*.   ____   ja__   *wxtm*    -4--U  W^m *$m& ������tfFip������ 'C^itpff  \0^j__   ^_r\mmw    ^p-^^t  iiiiiniiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiniiii'Hi THE  CK.ESTON  BEYBBW  Local and Personal  Land * For Sale���������46 acres, half  mile from Porthili, barn and other  small buildings on property, price $850.  Box 41, Creston.  Mrs. J. L. Handley and ehildren are  visitors this week with Mrs. Shavela  at Lumberton.  Pigs For Sale���������Young Durocs and  Berkshires, at Kosedale Ranch. J. V.  Rose, Creston.  Wanted���������Preah  Holltrr. Creston.  milch    cow.     O  YOUR BRAKES ARE  YOUR INSURANCE  WHEN THEY NEED RE-LINING  -r������_>v  J.   JLm. ml  tlmm'KJ'  Our experienced mechanics and pur most up-to-date  re-lining equipment enable us to turn out  absolutely  Guaranteed Work  WE WORK ABSOLUTELY UNDER  The Flat Rate System  Using only Genuine RAYBESTOS Lining.  SEE OUR PRICES  The Kootenay Garage  Cranbrook. CRESTON Kimberley  Tires.  Tubes, .Accessories.   Willard Batteries  Genuine General Motor Parts  g_Bg  I  Ll-M    TU  "HI API/  UL#<1U1\  For spraying orchards and  Painting    chicken     roosts.  Shipment will arrive this week.  Prices right.  Cod Liver Oil for Stock and Chickens.  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE  REXAaJLiIj STORE  GEO. H. mtmZJBSJIJY  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  Trousers, $3.00 and up  rorsyin s hne ohircs  Collar attached, plain Broadcloth, $2.00 and $2.50  Full lino of Men's Wor*. Shirts, Pants, etc.  New Felt and Straw Hats, and Caps havo arrived,  Po������ Saxje���������Tomato and ptpper  plants.   H. Clements, Erickson.  Mrs. K, J. Forbes was a visitor with  Spokane friends a few days last week.  For Sa������ je���������Otievrolet sedan for cash;  in good condition, f. JR.. Truscott,  Creston.'  Wanted���������Mower and rake, must be  in good shape, state price. W. A.  Pease, Creston,  Apples Fob Sale���������Delicious, small  sizes, 75c. box delivered in town, W.  J. Truscott, Creston.  H. R. Robinson of Cranbrook is relieving  C.P.R.   agent. ' while   W.   B.  Martin is on <m������ation.  Mr, and Mrs. j. P. Downey were  Cranbrook visitors over the weekend,  making the trip by auto.  The At.ffS.iea*a Jm.lor W= A. tea announced for Saturday afternoon. May  18th, has foaeo cancelled.  Now is the time to place your order  for raffia. Only a limited quantity for  sale this year.    V. Mawson.  Atpplks For Satjb���������Small but good,  50 uwits a box delivered in town. W.  H. Hilton. Box 60. Creston.  Btgiss A. Doyle of Creston Growers,  Limited, staff, was a visitor with  her sister at Fernie this week,  Mtbs Eva Armstrong, flf Nelson, is a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Armstrong.  Mrs. Avery of Medicine Hat, Alta.,  ai rived on Tuesday on a visit with her  grandfather, Mr. H. H. Gobbett.  Fob, Bale or Trade���������Purebred Oxford ram. G. Rohuc (Washout Creek  below Hickey camp), Sirdar P.O.  Mrs. ^Leslie Mclones, who has been  visiting in Nelson for the past few  weeks, arrived home on Saturday.  Friday next. May 24tb, is Victoria  Day, a statutory holiday Hnd ail business places in town will be closed.  Nibbs Bush and Osborne Bell of  Kellogg, Idaho, spent the weekend at  Oreston on a visit with their parents,  Allister Ross, who is assistant to the  C.P.R. agent. Cranbrook, spent a few  days with .his parents here the past  week.  John Hutton arrived from Cran"br6ok  at the er.d of the week., and has_ taken  charge of the office work at the Kootenay gai age.  Rev. A. Gariick was sufficiently recovered froni his auto mishap as to be  able to take services at Creston and  Yahk on Sunday., .  r/ ' ' '  ~��������� y  W. B, Martin, C.P.R. agent, is taking his .'.'holidays at p>esent. and has  been spending a few days at the Halcyon hot springs.  The adjourned coronerV inquest into  the death of the Sate Thomas Midgely  is due to resume at t he courthouse on  Tuesday evening.  Mrs. J. D. Speirs left on Tuesday foi-  Vancouver, to which city she was cal  led on account of the serious illness of  her son, Donald.  Mrs. R, Hetherington and two children of Snoqnalme. Wash., arrived at  the end of the week on a visii with  Mrs. Geo. Hendren.  H. Bawden a. rived on Thursday  last to spend a few days with Mr. and  Mrs. Charles Moore, before leaving for  his home in Australia.  Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Oannady and  young son, of Sacramento, Calif., are  here at present, guests of his  mother,  Mrs. Evans off Lister.  Fon SATLBs���������fDining room furniture,  including buffet, table, diner and Ave  chairs, in light oak finish;   good condi  tion.    Enquire Review Office.  Col. Mallandaine Ieft on Wednesday  for Trail, where ho is rrpreaenting the  Orsston Lodge Knights of Pythias at  the B.O. K,P, grand lodge sesbion.  For Rknt������������������5-vootn bungalow furnished; including garage, chicken  house, nice strawberry bed, a few hives  of but-Bt neill- school. Enquire Kevioiv  Office,  H. RHnRshy, who haa been on tho  mechanical staff at tbe Konlonay gar-  ago for the past fow weeks, has boon  transferred to the firm's brunch nt  Cranbrook.  During hia stay in town at tho  middle* of the wool- the Bishop of the  Kootenay waa guest of Col. and Mrs.  Mullundu...u. lt<uv. P. V. II������t,a-s*lbon of  Oranbi'oob etayed with Mr and Mra.  Twigg.  FEmMiiS1  fWLim.mmmmt  !������__  P A Y. S  If you expect the team or work horse to stand up to the  day's work, good feeding is the first essential and for  100 per cent, efficiency try our  Rolled or Crushed Oats  These have been carefully selected and   .  represent the very best in feed value.  .Bran  and  Shorts  are just as carefully selected  and    the    price    is    right.  The experts advise, "Buy Flour now!9'    We are  well stocked with Five Roses and Spiller*Sm  &  *w������mxt.mm*9t0, m m^mm h *E ^ ������ m w*������S ������i 5 SSL*.*.-.  Al0*m%l   4mWs*m*     MHh    ___     MHWh     ___       ___.    I_   Ik _# m% ttMH_H_tt   __W_L  COMPANY,   LTD.  t^*mttlSitSmm*MSi^**m^  CARD OF THANHS  Rov. Arthur Gariick clou!res to ������*--  pr<*HR his moHt grateful thanks to nil  who liavtt kliutlv fixtuiuUxl to htm e.cb  much true wy in pithy In his doop tmi-  wiiv, nnd for tin. lovo so widely dis  played to Mm, Ciiu-lle-k t-incn the ������e������i������  dent and during- her stay In Cranbrook  HoHnital.  Crests)^ V^yav 0o-0o8rat^e Ass^l  I  CRESTON  Two Stores  ERICKSON  LATEST PATTERNS IN  CREPES, VOllM  '  COLORED COTTONS  in the 3^ Yard DRESS  LENGTHS priced from  65c. to $2.00 per yard.  ALSO  ���������  3-^- yard Dress Lengths  at $1.25 each  A. SPEER1S  Dry Goods.      Groceries.      Furniture.      Hardware  -,s������iiliii.w-.   *2������i.limii.  SPRAYING TIME will  Soon bo at Hand  W������������������-������������������! Mil m ^l>llll������^_������_-_M->tM-_<__--_������-__tW_W_M>������M--_������^^  '     t i.    ���������     i.i    ri y ���������-���������.'���������'_,."?'" ?   "'-"..' "���������J"' m"   ?   T'"'   '.i ":��������� :".: -"���������:. "..'.'..'".' ���������'' *   ' ?'i'|C!^r?^?'y****^>j''''F|w??gF?if^.H'i*''r*i'i**t  Have you got your equipment ready for wme T  If your Spray Pump needs an overhauling   rin������ it to ua  and if Bomo part in broken havo it welded���������it ia oho a por than  iiyirp*.  now parts.  Thin yoiar again wo aro building Heavy Shoot Iron Tanks  for boiling spray.    The Tanks aro acetylene welded and absol-  ntelv kmk proof, and will hold about 100 KallonB of a pray.  If you are needing Pipes thia year 'camo in and talk tho  matter ovor. Wo aro soiling Pipes at prices away below any  mail order houae.    3c it pays to deal in town.  Wo also carry a oomploto atook of valves and fitttinfts.         ^���������FFP*"C^TrPI ID  ^mPm      T$JP m   mmH_������a 1 HI%*W H   Smw_  aiackii-iitl.      Plumbing     TlnsillB.       Oai ftcslyicRo Welding  mmm


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