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Array ^���������PfC"' i  ���������' ^  flti  H-i-Hi-  . ,.-" '--; v" 'v">"Vi  ^'-~ <~f_H  i          V,      j ���������'  '    iln  -"-'1  . Jf\ /     i  /������>^  J-BHM  r  !f *________  r  1 ���������________fnri  *v-  ^-^BEi  .  ^P^I____D  **                                                                                                                          _���������  ������       vi.          ._  '   'in  "  taSaflHB  ~I5_  Vol. XXII.  as   8 7*^/   II   E-L-r m /m -  ^~i  I X*"  ^i'fCU,  CRESjON. B. C., FRIDAY. JULY 4,  1930  W-       Ul.    II. I    II        I .      II I Ol ���������. I        ���������       I ~..:  T& ������-������������������.*������  ���������_**_���������-���������������.���������*  ���������ar  -Kou  18  Term-tWRenm*  X*?  ������  Creston School  Complete List of Promotions in  All Divisions���������Winners ol the  Honor   Rolls���������June   Attend-  Kenneth French, Iky Krygevelri, Agnes  Lovestrum, Ett^n Morabito, David _4b-  Farland, "V-ctorMcKay^Ethel McLareti,  Eileen jftettdry, Dorothy Schmidt, Hazel  SpierW Zola Walkey, Vera Watsoni Char-  i lotto WUks. Edna Willis. t  Promoted to Grade la���������Rusa-S Biceani,  Barley Brady, Connie Brunhanij Helen  Djeyi&ouu Grac^^Lewis, Leslie Tooze. c.  HOttfoR ROLLS:   Proficien_y-Etbel'  -D-  _ll_  auiliiliOIlS   , 17:-. _ In :������d_^.T ^rv___r4^OTVffl^^__3?$SrB,,t "Maud Ro8S*B^"'  _. * .������_._ ,b-_ /   iuianty and  -nmcWuiy���������Gaga  Hu.^  Division 1���������B. B. Stallwood, Prmcir&l.  Per cent:sattendance, 95.3. ���������  Passed to Grade S^ajmjgs alpWbetically  arranged; Irene Bourdon, George Collia,  James Downes, Robei^tDiCke^nc^WWY.  Johnson, Lucille Dav_3, Harold^ Mcljaren*  Molly Moore, Dorothy. Pabxier,.Ne-Ue  Payne, Clifford Yorfcv Oh trial���������Hesper  Lewis, Bert Morrow.  HONOR ROLLS; Attendances-James  Downes, Clifford Jerk.  ��������� m ���������   _   m������..T_       j   -miss jMLeuuruui, 4*eaxmat.  from St. Stephen's Presbyterian Churcb, j e* 1 ������     ������   "BUT*  ' Sasdpomt W his   ;  16 to 5  of  Hascroft School Report'  JHonor Roll winners for the year were:  Proficiency, Margaret Huseroft. Mar-  jorie'T^df-rd.: Attendance, Alex. Dew.  chuk.. ","- '.t  V I^omoted to Grade 7���������Margaret Hua-'  cro.t,,JWaddy Huscroft.Marj orie Tedford*  1   Promoted to Grade ������������������Thomas Tedford, Burton'Huseroft. Alex. Demchuk.  PrombtedHoYGrade 6���������Vergene Bohmer1 Rupert Bohmer, Randolf Smith. - "  Promoted to Grade 4���������Aloha Bohmer.  - Promoted %b1:Grau;e  3���������Warren Huseroft--Alb^Tedib-d, Bernice Baker. >���������'  .   .Promoted to Grade z���������Kenneth Huseroft, Robert Huseroft, Dennison Boh?!  mer. - --*  Pupils receiving-Writing   Certificates:  Sen!or^Minnie Huseroft, Arthur Hurry,"  Tedford.  Junior���������Vergene' Bohmer;  Ales.   Dera-  Quite an EarlsrManitoba Farmer  Later at Pinclier, Creek, Alta.  ' ��������� Resident *%e?e Sthcel922���������  "Enjoyed Deserved Popularity.  withthe pastor, Rev. K;   M.__4ab,  con-1 t������J*fkJuv%M,im'  ducting the last ficea,   and members cf -" ��������� *  the church session and board ������f managers, W. H. Watcfc^eivJohn R:TKStleH ^M.  J. Boyd, John Sherwood, H: W.-McLiren  and Geo. Johnadn^officiatittg'^i r>alftfe|[T-  ers, with a large turnout of ������n_ighbers  and friends to pay a last tribute, of re  apect. .^; .      y .    r t   j  .  - 'In additiqn,tx>aXwidqWi-deceased Reaves  Vt_" ~ ������i_^^_.-_.  \h**'-������-  ������saj5?  Locals Handed Worst Beating oi  Season���������All the Visitors Hit  1000  ii  meroqs  A"  Mildred at Gleieben, .Alberta; -Plorence  at Manyberries,  Alberta; Annaretta at      Sandpoint completely outclassed Cres-  Skookumchuk,  and   Marion  at 4iome. ion in all departments of the internat-  I The late Mr. McDonald was   a valued" ional league game here on Sunday after-  .envision -&  Psr cent, attendance, 97.7.  Prbfficiency,: Grad^ 6���������Eleanor Spratt,  ^tfi?!  Byfc?!l*w_._   ijivariie- 'TiayToP.    Grade  fi���������Irving Ferguaon, Ruth Spencer, Gej>  sldPMIIips.  Promoted to %Grade 7 (names alphabetically: !arranged>���������Douglas^ Alderson,  Ray^nok B^vS^k $My9 LilM^ttS?^f *"* ttuscroft, Art_  Brixa. Dorothy Collis; A^ur Dodd;1 ****** 'Hu-eroft. Marjory  George Dodd, Bill icTguson, itutri.s-.arej   ..   ,   _. __  .,    ������   _  Margaret Henderson; Kna Hinte, -SnJ }������*��������� ^^J1" ^5?������^: ?������BreI^"fW*'  s������?ft*   Johnson.    Hiighena,   MeGis^th^ Bohm������r, Randolf Smith, Rupert Bohmer.  Lloyd McLaren,"Stuart Spiers, Eleanor  Spratt, Ethel Sutcliffe, Charlie Taylor. .  -Promoted to .Grade 8 (alphabetically  afrangeaj-^Biii Boasdoar Charsle Bush_  Jean DQnaldson,Irvu_g,Ferguson Norman'  Nickel,Gerald Phillips, Margaret Torchia;  Rpjtk  Spesrcer,  Robert   Willis* * Frank  North.-~ "*:   '   !   *"s      c;-";"  HONOR  ROLLS:   Grade  6. Prone-  iency-^-Eleanor Spratt.    Grade 5, Pro-  fficiency,' Ruth ^Bfcncer. s ^epprtment,  Frj-nk Brady.   Rcgularity^and Pianctu-1 f^  aS-ty-^B_il3i_^_>[<is������z^  .Creston has  lo^t  another   estimable  citizen in the death, of HugH W. McDon-J member of the managing board? of tbfe  aid, who.passed a^y on Friday evening^Pre^yterianv Cburch-   and -a:  s&mrocb.;  last/at hia home aV<31enc08 Ranch, at^LiberisI ^politics.   Amah   of partiCTl-;  the age of 66i ye^fp. -   _      ^������^d^Bg^^  Deceased was.^>ofn at Walkerton, affabiUty"wortiforaim'^ t"he rtepect'"anr_l-  Bruce cwunty,^On���������ario, in 1864, and at- esteem of a very wide- circle "of friends*  the age of 25 yeaxicame west, taking upland acquaintances wfio- v^ry .genuinely^  land at-Russell^.fiianitoba, in^.,1889^ and^ sympathize with "the family in the loss of  i mcrKf tto������*������������ __.ts. t'5?*'' redded to _;_iECr ���������. deviated hiisbcn���������. and f_tli?r Y. f  JmmaL.Jd_^Or&;also.fromWaTk^f i_u0n^t the floraf rsaiembsrancss  ton, the mamagejaking place at Russell,, wpre those f-^ Family," Presbyterian  For a matter of^toteen years deceased l^^ Aid. Telephone staff. Mr. and  contmn-u. to.oiit^c agriculture m Man- M��������� w KBM_n.MT.mdMn.".. A.  itoba, until   19l0?.when   he��������� moved   t9 g        f Mr and ^-s. Alex. McKay^ MA  PiiiFiiefi Ore-.., Alberts., ^rhere he snent.  -as   -r     __���������_* ,     __���������_    ������-,a   **   anothfe dozen years on thefarm, and Qex ^ 3ohnson> Mr^nd .Mrs. Hayes. Mr.  then removed to Creston in 1^2, +purcb-, d ^rs j ^ B6Wf Mr, ind Mrs. john  asmg the former Mike M^arteerchard R. MiUer> ^ ^'m.^ j. a. Bell, Mrs.  property on Graaidview. Heighte, where St;pleton and Margaret; John and Pej&y  ������1- 'L-Benedet^Bwhopitch_d; effectively  S^ii^.SBnnie'rB Terry-^Ife-Sabbath prev-  |^as star^dPIn ������fo hurl for- Creston but  ;h^'f a_t*^_%_f WSs ?iustP wha^t Saedpoint  wanted and in the five innings be stayed  ^p;the_ho_;"ejcfcra base, hits were ahifnatN  more in' evidence than one base^ blows.  __i__Jt  1MCU  :"f���������  -v>_r_" iu._    ..i_n~-_^������    *-._  ttvc J_>._saua   wuu    icywvcu    au_u,<  somewhat better due the fact that1*e  WaVableto'tatain a slow one Here and  there, which, the , visitors, werfe nctf>so  fortunate in connecting with. The" one  bright spot -in Crestoa-'s play was^the  Mttfng and infield work of Jim Sherrington, who made his first appeanance of  the season. The star performer tfor  ^andpoint "was Allen who hit- oafelyrron  fivertrips to the ptfete, and 'Who> twirledL  the ninth innings to retire the three Ores-  ton batters by strlkouts. - 'The scare: r -  For Sub = Division  SANDPOINT  Beckstrum, ss... 2  J. Campbells 2b_ I  Tigglebeck, ibui..-5  Roinn. cf. 1  i-ii _ - ���������    ,e .  ������> IWT-K, U.__ r.-._  -_-  Lepka, rf. 1  AiS_n;i3b:p;^..._ sr  A. Campbell, c 1  Hethershaw. p  1  Olson, p 1  CRESTON"  Romano, cf. i_ 0  Telford, rf.: :.   0  McKefveyi lb.��������� 0  Watson, c 3  '2_&u__i������. 83.,���������_____ 1  Cherrington2b3b 1  J^������.5gHn/^_;_. 0  M. Brogan, HL__. 1  Benedetti. p, Sb~ 0  \821.  Division. S���������M-ss-W/adeVieach.^r  Per cent, attendance* Bfffi'.' '  Proficiency:    Grade 5���������Tneo, Tomp-  kia^. A.uenst Morabito. Everett Walker,  Grade^b^Beryl Palmer arid Clara v Paut  son equal, Iona Wmb, Leona "Schmidt:  .: v; Prompted-o Graae^o <tn order -of merit  -  ���������-Titeor Tompkins,  August '-.Morabito,;  "  Everett Walker, Stuart Hilton, Treasa  - Torchia. Clara Schmidt, On trial���������^Einan  Kj enutadj������Ed ward. Brady, Rachel ,Mor-  row. -.;. -     .    ^   t  Promoted'to Grade 5���������Beryl Palmer.  /,   and   Clara  Paulson equal. Iona  Hills,  Leona Schmidt, Gordon Martin, Gladys  Davies, Ruth Davis,Billy /Weir; Maisie  Ferguson, Doris Ferguson, Jessie Spratt,  &Hfct&rite v������W. TTOlyan, Doris  iBeninger,-Jean.Ryckman, B)iHy r_Kernag^  jh������n,^or^a^_,4Phi^ips, Kejen MkCreat ^  ^Ifwiri'Nickel^doris Hendvj Torb Lewis  Edith Walkcy.r^dsaW^kQy. On tri&lr-  David A^jtago^^jta^ #������������������ 'yJ' \\  HONOR   R^r^, )^o^cien-yr--Thed^  Toiripkins.. _5^portni_nt----Trca8a   "torchia.      Reguarlty  and  PunctualH^y-^-  ^IwlyM Davies.ojid Helon.McGre^th.^ ^;  Division 47- Miss Holmes, teacher.;      ''  ) -, JPMipP-i- aitend^^, 97-5,6 I";;.' ���������'.  Promoted to Grade 4���������Francis Bour;  don, James Bourdon, Irene Brady,.. Elsa  Foerster, Charlie French, Rusae> G&bel~  hci, Marguerite Grant, Stanley Hemiren,  Egon Hollm, WUHe Krygsveld, *_&lly  McFarland, Robert Moore, Ruby Palmer,  Genrginp Vautffpn, Eyi^ jriiiiaija, ^������iy  ,Rqiify Arlol Schado, ;|eor������ fiftph** Elmer  :    WaHtoy, ���������ptatg \(J������t86n^ CompjDell .Vprk. _.  On taiul���������Irerio PriuKarn/Gustav Sieirt-r.  ,'..'::,/ Promi6^^dttQJ&indo,v:fl--Bernard.gtJb'nW  natty, Vb'rnon. Doiiaide'oh, Ernest Hllla,  ^:"'!f:"B'qtty ^rr^Bha^i^KrygsveldgJHvo ^  Yttyckman, Roao aiowart, Thelma Etew- L  art,  Phyllln Wllftae.   On  trial-O^brBO,  Crawford.  Y-Y'Y: ii.v,-y4  .HONOR ROLLS:    Proncicncy-iflron.0,  non. RcB.utarlty and Punctuttlity-~Ciiittn- ,1  :;:^^t;^i^'%ft^ :.���������; %^:!\%  Dlvfeio'p1������>--M_a!Dr^^ '"'  ���������''.'���������''������������������ ''��������� Por;c_nt.;.attontlanc0/9O.'631p'..v.t,.  neau, Jnck Hall, LUHan HendMh^ Kon*i  ���������'-. Rfth;Hea$ej,^eM^������w!t*  Ethel Mo.rowfBorV McFarland. T ������������������:'  ���������   ���������.. ,���������;, Prpmotod: :to Qrado ��������� 2a^������rjlHanV| '$$������  ���������i',;%W^'i#W' -B%jiMt_#i^  .,;.; .Mawd^ttpfli HnnB^ip^-mvIaw VV.dlkoy^  ^Promoted to Grade 2---GeorjEo/ppuiC>  ^'don,''Charlie 3ir'U������jWin\: J/im^EdSsftVd^V:  ZgU  " Beginning East of Arrow Creek the Government truiik road traverses this property for  9' Miles to its eastern bow_flda_r_.e3 at Kid Creek  3-- Miles east of Kitchener, and extends 4  Miles iiorth of Kitchener up the Goat River.  __ ���������      i' -"''"���������������������������'" Y i    ��������� V '���������'.'*'���������' H' '/''    '"'"'''   -''''': '���������'''������������������ '���������      ��������� ]*"������.v " :.      '��������� ' ��������� *' V* ���������" ���������-' ; ..������������������..  Over 20 Miles of Streams run through the.Eroperty_  SANDPOINT.  CRESTON   16 y   S  ...41014400 2���������16  __J_ 0 0 10 3 10 0-r5  u.  liases Creston, 10; Sandpoint, 6J hit J by  pitcher; Telford. *: *  .. .Crestonla at . Sandpoint on Sunday,  and winds up $he season at Crss.cn with.  Troy on the 13th. ,,  G*J  *:A  i i.        I ..     1.: ^  ���������rr  i^:; .' '.iKw*,  ���������������������������''>'   '     "  Prospective purchasers will find oh this land all varieties of  good, sc^il,     Jlieh bottom lari'^{-;f0t:'.rt-p purposes.  Bench lands fer Fruit growing and  truck   Gardening  equal to any in^thje^^distnetvi'i'r-A'-fine' Climate, and lands  well prptiected from destructive^ir|ds--      ^w,,:,;..^/^'  yz;S  Gall   and   see   ELMER BLAIR,   superintendent /"of the  '"^"^rb^er^^t Kitchener, who v^il| sho^ yoti any p_ifts <>f  "\ ''thfe^^ia^^ydu   wish "-to ���������������;se^.%hd- /:'also-.- :the ������������������ 'developed:';"������������������  vppi^^Hi^        ;Which>'-:( Strafe i*ry:  s^hgi#<imvKiteheri^  ��������� vV>K'  VikiV.'!?^':^  III.  ng   is   in  *  h'lM.  ������.t\^r.&nw'  ���������   ���������*  ifiTf-ucii'tn * d p  S%������ 5 QJSiE-.������Hiiuiif    EBi iii  COME���������  SEEl for  i'liy'       ' '���������:'-:Y������  -a ouracAfir1  i     ���������-_..._  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kolthammer and  children are here from Morrlssey, and  will spend the summer on their ranch.  Mr.'Kolthammer is again chief clerk at  the forestry office at Creston  fory ft5_e  summer. x  Mrs. C. Blair and daughter, Eleanor,  are leaving this weelc on a trip to the .  Old Country, where they will spend the  next three months visiting friends, v  Mr. and Mrs, E. Langston and chiid-  rep uf Coalhurot, Alberta, motored in at  ^vl'Miiima!\'b^."'*:''v^t witfeTMip. and  MriY; Haw-e'oid. % ^Mta?:'^l_aw0iton; will  remaiu for the summer, but Mri^Langs-  stonioft for home on Tuesday. > f;     -^  Mylca Hurl ia hqre from Peace River,  ���������  _nd witii Mrs. Hurl are Kutet-: Jofy tho  latter'B parents, Mr. and MrB. W. Cook.  Tho first cut of alfalfa has been^ilnally  harvested but tho rainy weather ;bf the  past two weelcs has made much of It  rather' poor quality I ife'edi, /Y     ; ���������������?���������������.  Strawberry shipping m this' section  will finish this week. At prosent eonald-  erable quantities nro going to tho jam  factory at Nelson. "    yv  Miasofl Muriel and Frances KriOtt, who  teach at Silvorton and Sannon respectively, arrived nt the end of the week for  tho summer vacation at their homo hero.  i '���������<''������������������ ��������� ������������������ - ���������������������������*' ��������� - ,���������....  Tho cherry <?rop |s coming al^g fast  nnd nhlpmenta will commence very early  next week. Tho crop promises to be an  nvettge ono.  -'���������������������������'������������������<".;������������������'      ,   .    , f,.  '   .,.      ' .       . . ���������':'.J;-K '  ,4: A.'Ilale boa worlc-undcr way dtt"pi' ttew  poultry Iioub_ that' will h&: abdufc the  largest In Canyon. Ho hna juat taken  dolivory of 700 day old chlclm.   ,:���������������-  At thu Forontry Association picture  dhow on Wednesday evening Leonard  Bond waa named junior warded' for this  district.     ���������  mns^^ ^^m^������@^  t;awted-  QulQt  pony for uchool girl.  t������  ton.  Chnn. Mooto, Croa- OTB   "REVIEW.   CHESTON.   B.   O.  s  pounds i ner ease  mm   H     -B    iy-^yy-^      ;"y-' ^y ___������������������-__..���������:���������    |MBm  an iasi tsv������sv waeKS  -  f ritroie Ttf Br. ������ckencr  Peop{o Take Visits <>- Graf Zeppelin  "     As Matter Of Coarse   .  A Writer in the New Yo**k Evening  World says Y*Tt is . interesting, as  showing what has happened with, regard to this 'air-mindedness' that Is  so often spoken about, that the. Graf  Zeppelin, fighting the worst .weather  that It has ever encountered, caused"  the smallest stir by its arrival here  that it ever caused. People now!  take it tor granted that it will arrive safely^ and sail safely on schedule, just as they take it for granted  that the "Europa" will arrive and  depart safely and on schedule, or  the "Bremen," or the "Berengarla.1"  She has become, in the minds of the  American people a sort of aerial lin-  Esg!i_h Language Spreading  _r,  ���������������.������... ,,-,~    _.._d4.a__     _._.    *3.sv������.1*+  American    Books    riave    Extensive*  ���������' Market 3i_ EToreigaa Coisat__e_i  The .wide anil growing prevalence  of the Engiisl- language is .attested ;  by the fact ^hat countries to which"  our ���������tonigue: __s'"that'? of., a foreigner  take high rank among the purchasers of books published! In the United  States. The Department' ot Commerce supplies the information that  American books have an extensive  market in foreign* countries. While  naturally the TJnlttsd Kingdom and  Canada supply the largest number  of readers, the country that-stands  third in *aie purchase of books made  in the United States is China. Latin  America and the Philippines take  3arge numbers. That tbe third best  customer for fcscks printed ?n the.  "English language fs China shows  bow widely the English language is  spreading, and with, it* of;'course,  Anglo-Saxon culture. .  rtr  i HEALINO������ICK������STTIlll������HNuWH 1  SH  *"Swxe_cr-tsS.������!ccSB.for2__-__as.D.o������������3r8  1  f-U.dto h������ir.Tfaan'Soot-A-SalrA'h-alail  I  _*l-a." h������_������������ sores, tilcars, -oils, botnn.  *������&__������,���������������-*__*, Uk������ mafic. A_ dniKists.  *Ff������aIs trows tite {-tardeas*  Canadian and World -Progress    s  The- above is the main heading of an article in the current issue of  Toronto Saturday Nigbt dealing with the present economic situation. The  sub-beadiegs to the axtsols- state: ''E>oi___���������i_3i's ftSite of AdvaaCfemeist 3Tar  Above Other JNations���������Favorably Situated T_ Share Again Is Progress."  I-ecasise, owing to the present temporary depression in Canada, as  throughout the world, but fortunately less acute in this country than elsewhere, there is a tendency on the part of many people to become unduly  pessimistic, it is perhaps weU "lo pass on some excerpts from this very  illuminating article in the Toronto paper:  Economic life is ever in a state of flux. Tbe fortunes of nations are  affected by some radical change whieh may raise or lower their status  among the powers. Business men find themselves drawn into the current  of new demands and competition, through wl-ich. the most careful naviga^  tion is necessary. Even persons in the most humble circumstances and  those wbo for one reason or another are not engaged in active work cannot  fail to notice how their living babits are altered.over a period.of time.  The most recent period of prosperity probably lends itself to more  thorough analysis than, any other; for one reason, because from the data  available we can more accurately measure the forces employed; we can  well determine the degree of economic recovery from the most disastrous  conflict in history. Ten years ago the receding tide of war influences left a  mass of economic disorder. Inflation of-credit and.currency, severe depression In commodity prices, unstable political conditions, an enormous weight  of debt and taxation and serious labor troubles���������these were but a few off  the difficulties which faced world business.      '���������"-.;���������  The economic -forces, of the world were finally mobilized along the  broadest .rent ever occupied by an-army of workers. The ensuing advance  was not uniform the world over; the United States, Canada, France and  Argentine swept ahead of other countries, but progress was made almost  everywhere on the globe, and in this period of intense economic activity  world production reached a record level.  An analysis made by the Canadian Bank of Commerce bears out this  statement. An interesting sidelight in that analysis is a comparison between  tlie progress of Canada and that of the world as a whole. It should not be  taken for granted that Canadian production of basic commodities exceeded  that of every other country, but it is a proven fact that the rate of increase  in Canadian production exceeded that of the world by a wide margin in  many of the-most important branches of economic life.  This advance of Canada was bo> rapid as to place her among that small  group of nations which" enjoys a highly diversified economic organization,  and one which'has a broad field of opportunity for the application of agricultural and Industrial science and the direction of business into the safest  channels. . I  Consider a few figures. Between 1925 and 1928, world wheat production  Increased 13 per cent., but in that same period Canadian wheat production  Increased 35 per cent. Coarse grains production increased in Canada 21  per cent., as compared with a world increase of only 5 per' cent. Coal production���������world increase, 5 por cent., Canada, 33 per cent. Oil production ���������  world Increase, 24 per cent,, Canada, 88 per cent. Lead production���������world  Increase, 11 per cent,, Canada 32 per cent.    Copper production���������world in-  tncrease 18 per cent., Canada, 81 per cent. Pig iron production���������world increase, 14 per cent., Canada 81 per cent. St_el production���������world increase,  20 per cent., Canada ft3 por cent. Automobile production���������world Increase, 7  per cent., Canada 66 per cent. Paper production-���������world increase 9 per cent,  Canada, 31 per cent. Aluminum production���������world Increase 15 per cent.,  Canada, 125 per cent. Artificial silk���������wortd increase, 103 per cent,, Canada,  217 per cent. Water power developed���������world increase, 17 por Oent., Canada,  43 per cent. Foreign trade (value), world increase, 3 per cent., Canada, 26  per cent.  The foregoing cannot, of course, be accepted as a complete registration  of tho world's economic activity, nor should It be regarded as painting a  picture of unalloyed prosperity; perhaps It gaen without saying that the  world has not yet reached that Ideal state whoro "the work of all Its people  can be accurately recorded, and where thi������ work will be in such perfect form  that none shall struggle against cllfllcultles or suffer distress.  In tlie current year we ~ee tha aftermath of come misdirected economic  effort, and of the greatest speculative .boom in history,:But, whatever the  actual demand Is today, the world'a needs must eventually go on Increasing,  nnd Its present great productive capacity will be called into active play when  the present poriod, of unsettlomomt Is over and "the stage Is again act for  prosperity. AJd for Canada, her, Imposing record of progress achieved in the  brief apace of the lant four or Ave yeara gJvoH but a hint of her potential  power, and of the position Which, by.tho development of her natural wealth,  Rh������i imn take when world progress is resumed.  than an ocean liner, but in pretty  much tbe same class. Dr. Eckener,  then, if he is a reflective man, will  realize that this matter-of-fact acceptance of his presence was perhaps  the highest tribute to him arid to his  ship that could be paid. People no  longer wonder about the Graf Zeppelin, but realize that regular air transport over the Atlantic is now a reality- '���������"���������'��������� .''.'". ��������� -  Some  credit to Mr. Hoover  as a  propbet, it seems to us, i_" due an  this connection too. It, will be recalled that quite casually, before  any of us had ever seen the Graf  Zeppelin, be said that regular airship travel across the Atlantic would-j Automobile Being Made To Sell At  come in a few months. "Well, here it I  is.   ...  Asthma Can Be Cured. Its suffering is as needless as It is terrible to  endure. After Its many years of relief of the most stubborn cases no  sufferer can doubt the; perfect effectiveness of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. Comfort of body arid peace  of mind return wltb its "use and  nights of sound sleep come back for1  good.-Ask your druggist; be can supply you. .   .       r  New Baby A&S������  Coal Movement Arranged  Everything ^Steady ^ITor    RfUponcnts  From Alberta and "Saskatchewan  Into Manitoba  All administrative arrangements in  connection with^the movement of Alberta and Saskatchewan coal into  the Manitoba market under the recently granted subvention rto aid in  the ousting of imported fuel,' are  now completed, it was' stated by  ITrank.G. Neate, secretary of the Dominion ��������� Ftiel Board, Ottawa. Mr.  Neate was'in.conference, at Winnir  ipega. with operators from Alberta and!  'Saskatchewan and * also with distrib- -  utors and railway officials.  -"The machinery is all set up to  handle the administrative work,  the co-operation of the railways  has been secured and "the operators  and distributors understand what is  required of them," vsald Mr? Neate.  "Wltb the weapon now in. thelrjbands  with, which to combat tbe importation of foreign qpai, it now ���������'������������������Is; up tcs  the coal people to use it."  PALE FACES JADED NERVES  -jmc  ������ovveaK,  -_T_������.   vvamy  "������"* ��������� 1  ���������I1UVFU  Anaemia ��������� impoverished blood --���������  comes so stealthily that it ss often  well advanced before recognized.  Fatigue and discomfort the earliest  manifestations of the trouble are seldom taken seriously. Soon the face  becomes pale; the nerves jaded; the  heart palpitates violently after the  Bligbtest. exertion; the appetite be-  comesKfickie and before you realize it  vou -are in a; terrible pligbt.  At such time, by enriching - and  purifying the blood Dr. Williams'  .Pink Pillst^will build up the nerve  cells and correct tbe run-down condition.. Concerning them,Miss Margaret  Tbrrey, Toronto, Ont., says:���������"I suffered a complete ' breakdown.. My  heart would palpitate on the -least  exertion. Nothing I ate agreed with  me. I started taking Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills and by the time I had  taken several boxes I was ready for  anything; I had gained in weight and  every distressing: symptom had left  me."-    : Y"Y /.,��������� ���������  You can get these Pills from any  dealer in medicine; or by mail at 50  ���������cents. at ��������� bos ���������tfro_a:.The: Dr.- Williams' *  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. -  V  :���������,;, ;/...,  .'������������������~ \  British Colnmb^ Head I_etituce  Head lettuce is moving from the  Armstrong fields, and it is said that  the acreage *will- -provide shipments  totalling between 30 arid _6 cars; the  movement being-greater this year  than last. -'  $200 In United States  It is stated that General ; Motors  have under construction a small four-  cylinder automobile along the lines  of the English Austin, which, will  retail in the United States at around  S200Y Patterns are being snade in  Detroit for the hew radical design,  -which is ^expected _to greatly - extend  the ownership range of the automobile, and to boost business, which bas  fallen off seriously in the higber-  priced models. Details of the iiew  motor car are being jealously guarded.     ' .t-..  A Fr-tne Dressing l?or Wounds. ���������  m seme factories and workshops carbolic acid is kept for use in cauterizing wounds arid cuts sustained by the  workmen. Far better to keep on band  a bottle of. Dr- Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  It is just as quick in action and does  not scar the skin "or burn, the flesh.  1 After __! years of waiting the congregation of St. Michael and AH  Angels' Church, He-lensburg, Scotland, have just decided to complete  the erectoh of the uncompleted  churcb "tower."' ;    -'' .''���������-.'': -:';"������������������' ;'r  Msnard'e Drives ���������'A*way tbe Headache.  Speed Boat Shipped  British Girl Has Entered Craft For  International Trophy " ���������  "Estelle yV' the motor boat with  which Betty Carstairs hopes to  establish a new record at I>stroit,  was shipped froni England on the  White Star liner "Calgaric," accompanied by five mechanics. From  Halifax the boat will be shipped by  Canadian National Railways to  Grayenhurst, ������������������ Ontario, where. It will  be tuned up in tbe Muskoka Lakes.  before the Detroit races. * ->  As a result of Major Segrave's  deatli, Misa. Carstairs will be. the  only British entrant for the international trophy.    ���������  Many'mothers have, reason to bless  ��������� Mother Graves* Worm -Sjttenninator,  because it has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  There is probably no other modern  development of astronomy that has  so revolutionized the science as the  application of photography.  Falling Hair  Tjgo ]**_i*i?ii'*!**|'< ?>efore it's too  late.; It checks falling -hair  and stimulates new growth as  "weltv Apply persistently to  .scalp four times a week.:-,.'.'.  -->���������.'������������������   - ��������� " ���������'���������������������������:" ���������     ',-"���������'".���������'������������������v.^' ������������������-.'������������������"t_,:  Persian Bairn creates lovely com'  plexlons. 'Velvety smooth. Cools and  relieves the skin. Makes it. delightfully soft-textured. Alluringly fragrant. Delightful to use. Swiftly absorbed by the tissues, imparting that  elusive charm so distinctive of the  dainty woman. Persian Balm protects  the 'delicate skin. .Preserves .and enhances the loveliest complexion.  Everv discriminating woman shotild  use this silvery lotion. It is .unrlval^  led as a flawless aid to beauty.  Most Costly I-Igl-iniuR Stroke  The costliest lightning stroke  known was that which struck the  U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot at'  ijnkh Denmark,1 N..t., in 1926, resulting in the loss of 31 lives and damage  amounting to $03,000h000.  W^C  Si*S_  ���������i������������������*  **������������*?  jijtfw  Wm  mm  J  if  J^5*i&_l|:*  W.   IT.   V.   IB-4  Heat and Sound Iimiilation .  Dlatomlto Its a light fluffy material  coiyipoHod of the minute nlUpeouH  .skeletons of diatoms, unci Ih iibocI In  Industry an aninHuluUu; jigwlnHt Ucat  and "Ftouud, for filtering, and art an  admixture in concrot nnd plan tors,'  Tho Dominion ban n'largo number of  tllulojiiLto dcpoMltn let IJrltloh Coum-  bin, Ontario and the Marlttmen.  Mliutrd'M for Vimt^t Miim.  Miller's Worn- Powders act mildly  and without Injury to the child, and  there can be no doubt of their deadly  effect upon worms. They have been In  fiu_ecs0.ut use'for a long.'time nnd  are recognized as a-leading preparation for the purpose, They have  proved their power in mimberless  on sob and have given relief tot m������njy  children, who, but for the good oflksofl  of this compound, Would have ��������� continued, weak and'enfeebled, ��������� '-","'/���������'���������:���������.',  ������������-���������_i>--i..iiiin<imm������p������n -������������wt i���������mi1 > wwww  Ami Sixty IiayH - ,,  Thoro la a;;.Htnry. about n. man who  lay-down among, the victims o0 a  truin wreck thai ho -. might claim  damagoa, nnd* now Glasgow reportm  a man who wa������ hurt in a fight nnd  wari' talsen to tho hospital along with  thane hurt in ������, tramway accident,  He got ������1.0 damages from tho oom-  p-miy urn} CO dnyp ,ln jftil when tho  fraud wa������ dlsoovorotl.   ,  SKv  SI#i3������������?:5S;S?5������lK!Bi5p^W  Keep your foods���������-cakes, bread, pics, cut meats,, etc  ���������under a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper.   You'll be amazed at the length of  time they'll stay freah,*deltcioust Para-  Sani  keeps'them  ficom  staling,  "��������� ������������������������������������' Get;'_^rar$aniJ:^ii^^ndy, -.;  .;������������������ For iUsss l_xactinB-use<s:tt^k/'���������fb^ci':;,,  ^V ���������'Y'i ^I2^0^^M^'0;  ^ .''���������''���������:>!^,'-!'.,^./.';''v.ii  r������., -_-_-___ jmmMmmMw  .W'l^IT.IR'.  ������������������HAMIiiTPNJ'  i ,   T,'        >     '     , "���������������.'''    i  ... iV-AiW, .r;'Vi,'|f������KI T'  ':0p\s0$^-  Um������ Mlnaitl'd for llliouniiittHm.  ���������. i,. ��������� :r ;��������� ���������: -   > ,\ <  <y: ��������� ,'.-   ,.������������������:���������  ���������       ������������������   ���������������������������' .    ,i.-..-; -. ������-���������,..���������  Wti&iem Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO^, REGINA, SASK_ 9 j-
THE   REVIEW,.   CHES^OlSr,   B.    G.
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urged that the raatte:
postponed.
The conference then voted on ^tha
question and the Canadian resolution
passed with very few dissenters.
WAS VETEHAj?. S* "AiiOv^ANCS
London, Eng.^By<ah;almos.t unani-:
mous ^'v&te^the' imperial-Press ycoxi-
ference placed its seal oi"; approval on"
the resolution which waa proposed by.
'E. Notman ; Smith; -of the Ottawa
Journal, that ."this conference approves the principle of mutual and
co-operative interchange of cable
news between the component parts of
the Empire." ���   -
Subsequently B. C. Nicholas, of
the "Victc"i�� Times moved *- further 3 resolution that the communications committee be authorized to
Investigate and report upon tbe
feasibility for co-operative news distribution for the Empire.      The pur-
SoptlietiB Cross Spans Atlantic
--7���,"     , ���      \Y-".
.Australian Airman RJakes. WestvYard
Flight,In SI I-ours-and SS - ���
.Minutest      ���
"���. Harbor Grace, Nftd.���Baffled by fog
thickJ as soup and more . dangerous
than buffeting winds* the Southern
Cross, veteran of^, -the airr paused
here, 1,100 miles short of New York;
and the goal aspired to by CaptaLn
Charles E. Kingsford-Smith, daring,
Australian airman, and, his. * three
companions.
Tbe trim silver monnnlaner Sts
three 'motors roaring through tbe
night, spanned the North. Atlantic in
31 -hours and 35 minutes, and, having
flown, the 2,1_0 miles from Port Mar-
nock on the Irish coast, settled ou,t
pose "of tbis resolution, Mrr'Nicholas j of tbe morning mists here at 6 a.ra.,
explained briefly,   was   to   translate j e,s.T. -
They bad four gallons of gasoline
left when.1 they landed, ttfter having
flown about far hours lost in "the
darkness and impenetrable fog. At
one time, the Southern Cross was re.-
the conference-decision into practical fact. There was considerable opposition to the Nicholas resolution,
however, and -Mr: Nicholas did not
press it.
During the morning's oiscussion,
J. B. FS-iavesay|-".general manager
of the'Canadian Press, a delegate,
submitted a tentative scheme for the
creation - of ���-. a British ^I3mpire ���'- Press
Association. "~ Tbe scheme ������ suggests
the establishment^ of :.yriajck>nal vco-;
operative, news ; service; -similar to
the Ca\hadian Press,, in the various
units of, the I|3mpire;r'with :'a:'central
office tn London,.through .which, the
?tf��ational units could exchange Empire: news. ���.. The associationYsEiggest-
ed;Mr. Livesay, should be * "mutual
and co-operative from crown to base,
girdling^ the. world with- a news
service: oyned" and. controlled by. tbs,
newspapers of the. British Empire."
C. F. Crandall, of the British United Press, Montreal, pressed tbe need
for individuality in news service.-Tbe.
Hon. Theodore Fink, chairman of the
Australian section, apprqved of. the'
principle of the news interchange but
was not prepared to proceed at once
with consideration of a definite
scheme. K. CRoy, of India, doubted
If the creation of a co-operative news
. service,, fjjicbvas tha,t suggested'by
_��_. Livesay, would be possible in
India.
. Victor Siftpn, The Leader-Post, Regina*, JT.- W. Dafoe, Manitoba Free
Press, Winnipeg, and W. Rupert Davies,' the Whig-Standard, Kingston,'
Out.,: emphasized the advantages of
co-operative service as exemplified by
the Canadian Press. -    '
The   Canadian   Press   despatches,
said Mr.s Siffon, were  accurate  and.
.inipartiai;/ Mr. Dafoe observed ;tha|:
Canada had every possible diversity
- of views;  co-operative news gather^
ing- had  been tested in Canada and
' __uiid 'satisfactory.-1-.;; It .fdid;':ri(pt-de^
story  individuality  as  a^ Inewigp^apoir
|JU�� __v��   jjci^c v^<_��J-s   naCc,   u_i   fc.j.1���:   SuUu]'
Daniel Lesok, totally disabled war j ^^g
veteran," who will be first to" get war
veterans' allowance  when   new    act
goc_ into forco "September 1.
Federal Aid For Highways
dead   J&sads   Association
vYiii Urge '_5_ls -SSaiter .
Toronto.���Federal aid for main
highways, provincial aa well.as int&r-
provinclal, will be -urged on the Dominion. Government by the executive
of. the Canadian. Good Roads, .Association, it was decided here at a^con-
feren.ee between that trader-and reptre-
sentatives of the; Ontario, Quebec,
Manitoba, -Saskatchewan ���' and New
Brunswick governments, the railways, the. Dominion Railway Board
and other bodies.
Tbe executive will also draw up
a proposed schedule of uniform traffic regulations, which it is hoped all
provinces will adopt. This code will
cover   a   speed   limits lighting   .and
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Unloading Surplus Wheat
Canadian- Visible   Supply   Of   Wheat
��� Is Decreasing Rapidly
Montreal, Que.���"During, the   five
weeks   ended  June  6,   tho Canadian
visible supply of wheat decreased by
eastern tip of this promontory of thej more than .35,000,000 bushels," says
contineSt. They actually flew several 'j the Monthly Businesis Review of the
hundred miles: farther than.the 'air-;|;itoyjj;.-B_uik.,>of.'.YCatiada.    "If    the
A  plea   for   federal   aid  for high-
���ways in Northern Ontario was made
by Hon. William. Finlayson, minister
for; lands aiLd forests; for Ontario^ Mr.
Finlayson declared' that these"highways wouM be a valuable link in a
national chain, but .-that the area
through which, they Y extended was
very sparselyYpopi-Eateid. at present,
aad:, that ___less . the _3o__d__km contributed towards the: cost; the. whole.
burden would fall! on OlA Ontario. ..'.
iine" distance -frpxn". Ireland to New-
fOundlahd^Y-^^i/'Y ">Y J- ������/:������'���
.-��� It was: Captain Kingsford-S_altli,
the ���'commander,, who revealed that
the gasoline nearly gave out.
""The Southern Cross,, which had
ftot;rrK o,Ter ^ll raj?*��*_L_is ^'"t' the Atlantic, had less than four gallons of
gasoline when we landed," be told
the United Press. _,"We...were becoming '}. discouraged, seeing nothing but
unbroken country, below.
- "For.the first ten hours out across
"the seat, the weather was hioderate,"
Captain J. Patrick Saul, the Irish
���navigator, told the United Press.
""But visibility was bad, and- it got
'worse." ���
movement .of   Canadian wheat   continues at this rate until tise end of
Jnly,'.thet'carrying, over into the new
crop year will be less than 100,000,-
000 bushels.      In the face- of foreign
.estimates' that the carry-over Wouid
citccu   liiul  i,j;u.-_   i_jr   u<j  per cent.,
the recent movements may be eon- |
sidered good news."
; - The review comments upon  excellent growth of early sown grains in
Eastern Canada and improved pros-.
P'lcts for fail wheat in Ontario.
Crops 'in British -Columbia are ap-
prosSs-iaiely 10 days later" than last
year, but the outlook ior a large
yield is-promising. ���'
Reps** @__ !Sai_i_db
Graiu Fields Encouraging
Large Attendance Of
Tourists At Ceiebraiioii
y
New Zeaiairf Reauires
Canadian Engineer
1 .
Iceland     Is     EnterSaining     Visitors
Frosa Many Nations
Reykjavik,    Iceland Hundreds   of
tourists from Canada, the United-
States and Europe have swarmed
into Iceland on ocean liners of various nationalities. The harbor is filled
celebration of Iceland's 1,000th parlia-
ce!ebration of-Iceland's "100th ps>V?|a-
mentary anniversary.
The visitors' will use their ships
aa hotels during their stay because
Reykjavik was brimful of c ele -
brants before their arrival.
���Motor car traffic in the streets
compared''twith''that of-Any' nictro-.
polis, is in striking contrast to the
usual quietM'^'^eykjayik^'.^was so full
Servicer Of Outstanding Maa Needed
^~ To' JtopaSr- FvS-ier 3��Issnt *'
\ Wellington," New 'Zealand. ��� Ser-~
vices of -an "outstanding Canadian
engineer" are required by New "Zealand. The government has cabled its
trade commissioner in Canada asking that he secure such a anan. The
"job"' is that oE effecting repairs to
the recently completed Arapuni pow-
Crop Sumnmry Issued _5y Department
Of Agriculture ���
, Winnipeg, ^lan.���-<3ratn _lelds in
Manitoba look "very well," fey virtu��
of satisfactory growth during the
last few weeks and despite.slow May
growth and cold spring weather, according to a crop summary issued by
the Manitoba Department of Agricul
tur��. Early-sown wheat is reported
ih the shot-blade- and fall rye has
been headed, two weeks or more.
In most places,  moisture requirements    have    been      met,      though
l slough-water is not plentiful due to
j drought of one y&ar ago. Soil drifting-has been pretty well  outgrown,
though it was quite prevalent a short |
time  ago .in  central -Manitoba.  The
few hailstorms recorded .in. the province  have    done considerable' .��� local
damage. _    -        " ���    '
Cut-worm damage- on the whole
has been slight, it is stated, and the
season for their activity will soon
be over. Hay prospects are fair to
good and while tame-grass and
' clover acreage is below-average, the
growth is   fairi  Animals have been
QMW SITUATION
,.. Wa_#iington.���Political:: and  oSicIa"
Washington Is watching, the slumpfp-
prices - of _ grain:  and   cotton   closer. ���
these days.' *" '   - -"    .
Two^-.-'frxnocratic    senators    frrr.^
Texas,  and   Oklahoma   states   whic"
pnoduce both crops, called the senate's attention to the record lows re-.
Gently,   connecting   the   price   drpp:
with the new tariff bill.
The Oklahoman, Senator Thomts.
made a. novel proposal for dealing
with, the world market whicn nxc:
most American farm prices. He introduced a resolution to authorize the president to call an international conference to solve economic
barriers," consider a system, of international crop reporting and. study
a: plan for control of: production oi
exportable agricultural products.
At the Farm Board, C2_airman
I_sgge stuck close to his position
that the time has not yet come tc
-act, because the farmers* have not
put their 1930 crops on the market
yet.      That time is perilously clo;se
"however ��j_d in. the southwes-t
marketing of grain has already begun.     .
Arrangements made during the
past, year, however, put the boarr
in shape "to act quickly when the
time cornea, and funds already on
hand of the; board's first qharte.
miilios.   appropnatioa   cai_   _--   5��p"
ple3Ssent_~L    by     nSOUey -: which   Leg'gC '.
Is able to: borrow, If needed, from
private banks at the prevailing low
mo^iey rates.        -
The    board    intends     to    market
300,000,000 bushels  of.. grain of the
new crop and to lend money to enable farmers to hold their  grain if
the   price, at   haryest   time, is   too
low.   The board believes that monev
Is available to handle this, and consequently the ^250,000,000 authorizet*
but not yet appropriated may not be
needed.     The government's expected
deficit next year is also a factor to
be,considered Sn. seeking farm appropriations.   *"" ".''"���
The board had    no ' comment - tc
make on the telecrranhed request of
et"
plant.  Canada's  great  strides in ' doing well the past month. =.
yelllr plain.
*�� j.i.y^y
3*7^r
Yjf'!'
��3stnadl��n    Good   Reads   Association
��� Iloldw  Con^cj$tion~':Jln.. Toronto.,.   ������,
'   Toronto. ��� Realization of a coast
'to coast highway ^cross Canada, tint-:
jforanltyr.of tjrafn"Ci.;lawa and.signs in
the provincesYvollnilnation    of   level
"Railway 'OrbsHings -nnd: regulation  ot
aeroplanes were tho topics''of discussion at a coni'eronoo.of delegates from
���ull   i>'rov��nce5,' which' v,'aa:;;hekl  here
.could have its own special correspond l^^itors that Irandreds already had
-:dents #^'_ake ! '-other :"setvlces^;^^ ^kcn ^W^^ ?o a;tent on-.the. Ting-
evory; political question had its' hard j
core bf acutal fact and it was this 1 ��
,coreYof,, fact   which  'the   Canadian! i
Press "presented. ���'' ''v-:\':\'";\^ '';:!'^.,.'H ������     .   '���.-ny
' '"It"' is an ehoiT_ious;.'.reit'ef,,to.(ifbe'::toI
rny office,'' said the noted Winnipeg
^editor,' ;.,'^;'Jkjioyir'" that 'there' Is"" tjie ���.
������Canadian. Press'..to give "me'��� the'!'*'~�� ���
sential f acts" on every question. If I
wish'to embroider them that is my
privilege."       "
v ' "Mtti'Davies sun-ld that as a result, of.
"the formation of the Canadian Press
V< H�� smnlier CaiiacUah newspaper��
:were onnbled to give;their renders a
,.'first-Mass ��� service-.;      ��� '       rf
;Y,'T.;.C, Ust, of New Zealand, pointed
. -pitt the ndvantagCB sectired Iby^ N^v^
TgSealantl by the; oataMiHlunonir  of ' 'k
[' c^oporalivo news  sorvlco  there. ,,'j\.
���" H-milar Rystiem for all parts of  tlio
���ilSmpirp \voii(1d bo all to tho good.���/A.V:
Man. iPowors, Australia, and G. "'Av;ti.-
���'CJroen,'. South   Africa, ' both   doiibt^
tho imrnodtato expedience'of .an Km'i.
plro'.da-bperativo servlco,-.!!/'*!,; K1��Kt
''���Knto[n^TL!iinm
���   ed the idea. ;;.""'|./.:v.'!.\".;'^' ; ������;'' '���:'���':'��� 'Y:'yY
' ������;��� tn .'further'' dijjcuiip.lon,' I.ord r'T3tiwri-
' nanl abaorvo'd' tliat' tlio'.Cttnridi'ah/^tte
.', -watt,. unii^Qvyprahlo,.';,;'', l>jit;;;..^gg^f)pii'
t. pop .ponomqnt lot. ���"iii&}irp#ofak\b^
'' tlio;��noxt;''Imp_iiai...')T*iy'oflfii:'Conferoia'o'e^
.' .T. IT. Woods,���;'';rriana^lrtg,#lldiroctor'',|>J!
vVtiio,CalgaJL-y. 1-t^rtiild,.ihe'ij,replied thirtt
4bo Caniidijin '(doIbgij��_ibj(v:waH''a'^M��i.t
;Iw riupport of- Mr, '.:Horman   Smltll'H
'' resolution ��� approving,', tho pri,nqipio',' o(
co-oporntivo tntorchahgei of newa/i-fe
the science of building and maintaining such power plants is largely responsible' for tlie fact that a: Canadian is wanted., .���������������! .:���������;���'    -,���..-���'
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WJfa      J.--.Cb_-EiaVM3p       *.^_>i
mediate  action, to bolster the  price
of grain.
, .Man Uifatftuiring More gutter
-IVinnipcg, Man.---Mamsfftcture of
creamery butter in Manitoba continues to increase rapidly,; according
to a report from the Department of
Agriculture. The make "for May, it is
stated, was 20% per cent, greater
than "of May, 1B2D.       Y
Amendment diven First Reading
..London,- X~ngi���Recent^ agreements
between the Dominion Government
and ��the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and _|ritlsh Columbia, regarding: the ' natural resources of the respective provinces,
had an echo in, the" House.; of Lords
When first reading was g;l;ven to an
amendment to tlie British North
America Act, designed to give- effect
ia the agreement.
'__���.': J^g" __3
l__ast JMict ^f est
under the auspi cos, pf' ,^h_ ; Canndi an
Good;^on^'.^'bf}o6l^ '���' X,.";.;''''"v ,������
'���.;��� Among^'_^e'v;,-;:^ei_^At_fl:' Hon.
'*Frl��irik-;Oliver;,";!radviaol"y,ofncor
Dominion Railway '* 13bard, i and Hon,'
' vy.'. _.;,-;piubb^,r,^ar^t,^a,;^
Pu.blIc;^prkH,'       -, ��� .'   " ',���:   ���    "���' ��� ���
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Flro 'CuHHoil'lSy'-Klstiilowlon fin" Chlen&o.
,,,.y ',:.,.,���-,]���;.i;   j;v;v;i;llrtH^:r
'^ ���' Chlonpro^n ^irvft -Than'gargV'an-d^Tl
ae'roplanoH,  12 ,  of thorn . irl-motor,
^ssongo-^/planpn.i^'^r.^.aQatto
���ii.e';;at'j-tho; mimicli>n)I;��� .'nirpolft;:���:':"' The.
loss '.wns:','_ffti'rnai:ed, ott;.jnprovth'an.' two
million dollars. "
The hangars'destroyed wero those
of tho Unlverwal Air lilnos Ino,��� nnd
tho Grey a'dowb Air Linos','tho Jafctor
undo"r Icaao to the,, Btout Air lulnoa.
Tho firo followed im explosion of un-
.determined cause ... in:,
Britain's Naval Program
4
Program   For.   198Q   Includes Three
Six-Inch Gun  Cruisers
London, England.���Rt. Hon. A. V".
Alexander, first lord of the admiralty,;
told the House of Comnaonja-that sup:
plementary esttmates in the government's 1930 naval construction program would be presented shortly for '
three. C-inch gun cruisers,  rklne  de- ������
stroyers)   three,    submarines, - four
sloops and one ne.t-la.yer ouid toiget^
towing vessel, They would cost about
��8,000,000. '     : if!:.���.!.'_ ���'���".'
.''; The first lord said orders for laying down these vcaoola would not be
given- until''the";rlast quarter'of' thlp
financial year, and that only a small
sum would b��: required .to,be spent'.
on the vessels specified,
"I would emphasize,^ remarked
���Mr, Alexander, "that these ships
are required In replacement of othei ti
which havo passed the ago limit anO
to enable the royal navy to carry out
���its current duties- In time of peace
ana that tne program has no relation to those of other powers,"
hangar.
'/^V,
Kipling claims in a fiimous poem that iaan.t is one thing and fcWoHt worno-
thing; eioo ufiwln, ana-Mjiever the,-tyvalj]. (shall xnoot," but thin dictum 'lay nmlll-
n.cd by tho quaint snapshot repiwluced abov��% of etght-yoar-old "Mtlly Chan,1
llttie bhlnoMO bnm��ttoVaMd.PauH����o,.N'ancolll0, ��%, ciLrly-lmirod JBngllflh tot,
k��r.����dii|i tUrouyh' Uao, wamQ,/iIW-.bttlt .aboard fiH.CJ, lljmpronjs of AqiAY    MtMy
'"adopted" Paulino'dwrlnff,"the.ten-clay voyajje:;of the Canadiani-.tPnolfici llnor
r:*^*v^'!;0i,;.'^n!i^rH*1 .from;.Yokohama to Vanconyor,���',  They wore the only youiuiterM amonij: th��
hrtit-o luti b pas*) nn gore' on; th w, trip
General Election For Britain
__-__���.   j,
Uiuinsay   MaoBcnali!    States   Ijubor
I*arty' JVIay CNS', To'' Country'; Ini,'
the Full
London,   ltoglandr-~Tko   posslbll lty
that a general    election    might    be
aioccsaary bttforo. ��aAl was. oScprcBscd'.
by tlw Prlmo MinLstor J. rtiunaoy
MacDonald, at a meeting of the Labor Party here,' ,, :.;.,,
Tho  . -TiiBHu    i_Liuiiu��.or    inau^..  the,,
atat.e__.ont   hi   explaining , ..his action
In. commons earlier in the day, when
ho  announced  tho   government  wus
dropping the education bill and tlw.
consumers' council bill for the balance of tho present session, ,
,   MacDonald nald that In view of tlie
likelihood of a ireneral election before-
autumn, It wan not dftolrabln to Cac��
i the conteft- "with the dDclca lUtcrtwi
I with lumlijgr,** t >  ���������-.HE CBESxvw  jk,  JL������>__   I  _-  5 ���������  A house put  lilies out of  order  A house that was being moved  at Nanaiirio came against some  long-distance telephone lines,  breaking one wire and putting  two circuits out of order.  The mishap occurred at 2.50  p.m. Working from the roof of,  the house, a telephone lineman  was able to make the necessary  repairs and restore service in  half an hour.  AVancouver-Nanaimo circuit  and a Vancouver-Duncan circuit  were the ones affected.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  Limited  Local and Personal  During the absence of Rev. R. E  Cribb on vacation it has- beeir arrange 1  that Rev. P. MeNab will take the ever-  ing service at the United Church  throughout July, and in August Pastor  Cribb WiM reciprocate by taking evening  worship at the Presbyterian Church.  The former Mawson Bros, store on  Wilson Avenue, which has been vacaat  for some years past, Has been leased' by  a syndicate headed by a Mr. Bailey of  Cranbrook, who is to open out a cash  and carry grocery business. Electric  light is being .installed in the sJ ore building this week by E. G. Timmons.  Misses Anaretta McDonald, who  teaches at Skookumchuk; Miss Mildred  McDonald, of the public school staff,  Gleiehen, Alberta;- and Miss Florence  McDonald of the school staff at Many-  berries, Alberta, arrived home on Friday,  called here due to the critical illness of  their father, the late K. W. McDonald,  who passed away Saturday morning.  Jas. Anderson, of Vancouver, a ibrmer:  prominent resident of Kaslo, -was here on  a business visit, Friday. His guess is  that if the Conservatives, can blast their  way into Quebec for a gain of about 15  seats Hon. R. B. Bennett has some  chance of winning the coming election.  . Being Scotch, possibly, is one of the Tea-  sons Mr. Anderson is not betting any  money on a Tory win.  Creston   Intermediate baseball   team  came through with tbrir sixth straight  -win of the season, three of which have  been at the expense'' of the seniors, when  they won Friday night's contest with the  latter by a margin of 1 to 5. Thr batteries were: intermediates, C. MacDonald and E. Christie; Seniors, C. Botterill  and 0. Christie. A return game will be  played at the park "thiB evening. Turnout and give them your support.  A   very  interesting  and   instructive  moving picture programme was presented  on Wednesday by the Canadian Forestry  Association. Col. E. Mallandaine introduced the lecturer, E. Ablett, pointing  out at the samp time the great value of  theforest8 both to us and tb posterity  ThtB introduction paved the way for a  timely warning from Mr. Ablett, who  pointed out that BO per cent, of the 2000  fires during the past soason were caused  by carelessness. Then followed seven  reels of educational and amusing entertainment which were enjoy.fi by the  audience of about 400. The Canadian  Forestry Association, wishes to tender  thanks to C. O. Rodgers, who gave the  Theatre free of all charge,      ���������  being D. Daughty of Vancouver, who is  to set possession almost immediately.  While the sale price ss not divulged it 2s  understood to be one of the best in the j  past few years. K. H. Tooze, who had  the place on lease, wiil vacate at the end  of the month'.  R. B. Staples of Kelowna was here at  the first of the week on a visit of inspection to his ranch.  John Staff, who has been on a short  holiday visit at his home, left on Tuesday  for Yahk, where he is employed.  Jack Hall of Vancouver- arrived on  Sunday to spend  his holidays with his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall.  Miss Walker, teacher of/ the junior  room at Erickson school, left on Sunday  for her "home on  Vancouver  Island.  The first new potatoes and green peas  offered for sale at Creston this yeae are  are from the L. T. Leveque ranch.  Vic, Mawson, who has been living at  his ranch here for the past two years, has:  this week moved to Creston to reside  permanently, having sold his place to  H. Cowling of Vancouver, who takes pos-  ession almost   immediately.  Erickson school closed on Thursday  On aecount of rainy weather on Friday  the annual school picnic had to be can-  csMcd!. but everyone enjoyed the lunch,  which included ice cream. There were  games and a peanut scramble which were  equally popular. '  Winners of 1930 honor rolls are ann-  o juiced as follows: Division 1, Miss  White, principal���������Proficiency, Kathleen  Bundy. Deportment, Peter Obrokoff.  Regularity and Punctuality, MfitonFraser.  Division 2, Miss Walker, teacher;���������Proficiency, Hazel Beam. Deportment,.  Dpona Heric. Regularity ancl Puntuality  Bertha Fraser and George Cameron  equal. .  For the next few months!:  the price of  iifin___n_*vjls* 1 0c_  V#������������._; ���������_  IJeUvered daily.  CRE^&V 15c- Half-Pint.  (_* q���������,n��������� .m_ m  najTI_.uu  Gladys   Mc-  _.__Ec_,  Beard,   Lotti  ������_n_i2'.  .������ap-. a. a.-__  _    _-_."_,������   *******  u^>&^_u<jr__&.'������������  for parties or other gatherings  where refreshments are served  ���������delivered just when needed.  -    - *     - .  r- Bar    B������ * **  *  We have a daily delivery of" Ice  and have ample to take care  of a-few more customers.  -PHONE 37R;  Creston  clair, Kirk Beard, Pauline Klein, Clara  Meyer.    -  Promoted  to Grade  Culloeh, Cyril Bii  Manning  Powers, Kitty  Klein, Martha Dorokei.   .'  Promoted to Grade 3���������AliceWellspring,  Margaret Dent, Frank McCulloch.  Promoted to .Grade 2���������Margaret Sinclair, Milly Beard, Eric lacks, Johana  !>_,_,_, Hugo Se_Q?������erfeld.  6BAE9D THEATRE    *,���������' 10  FRL-SAT., ilULY !.1" 11'  A picture thai has  swept the wqrld  ,off its feet!   .  Wynndel  a  ThfiV  ica, comfort.  Fermi*.   He has turned in his resign ation  and willnotbecoming back.  Frank Simlster Is claiming|the honor of  having the first dinner off new potatoes���������  on Friday, June 27tb. Victor Carr. has  been supplying Creston stores with new  spuds commencing Monday.  Guy Constable was a business visitor  at Helsoii 's.''co1_pSsr"c?f d������ys last week.  Miss Helen Moore, who teaches school,  at Flagstone, arri ed on Saturday for  the summeru .v&tatson with her mother,  Mrs, H. Taylor.  Robt. Moore, who has had charge of  Sirdar school for the past year, is borne  the summer vacation.  Miss E. Hagen was a Nelson vis-tor  few daya last week.  Mrs. Spencer of Nelson was & visitor  Gere last week, with her son,Alf. Spencer.  Mrs. Waii��������� and son, who have been  vi siting at Medicide Hat, Alberta, are  hsre for the berry season.  Car Jot shipping of strawberries is in  fail swing and up till Tuesday, eight cars  had gone east.  Mr. and Mrs. McGregor, the Wynndel  school teaching staff, left on- Sunday for  Nejson, for the start of their vacation.  Notices are up for the annual school  meeting on the evening of Saturday, July  12th.  Carpenters are at work on the erection  of a residence forGeo. JSffcInnes, who is  in charge of local operations for the  Bruce Pole Company. Mr. Crane is also  putting an addition to his residence.  A wedding of local interest took place  at Trail on June 26th, when Mi_s E.  Randall, a former Wynndel teacher^ became the bride of- Ted ^Rowlands. "The  newly weds stepped off the. train here on  Friday to say hello to friends. They  were on a honeymoon trip to Portland.  Expect the greatest thrill  of your pfesture-  v going days I  ffZmkf������53-&B3S2Bst'  E. J. West and Ira Franbo have arrived to do the annual assessment work^at  at the Leadviiie mine. Mrs. West accompanies her husdand.  Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hathaway, Miss  Hatton Mrs. Marr and Mr. Young of  San Francisco, Calif., are at the NHatha-  wag: camp for their annual vacation.  Mrs. Slein of Cranbrook is "a visitor  with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Molander.  N. X. Devlin and "Misses Hazel Mc-  Gonegal and Myrtle Anderson were visitors at Bonners Ferry, Sunday.  The public school picnic was held on  the baseball grounds on Friday and was  a splendid success. Mr. Hully left on  Sunday for Crlgary, Alberta.  Harry Redmile was a Dominion Day  visitor at Bonners Ferry.  Misses Clara Hunt and Beatrice Molander are spending a few days in Cranbrook.  Miss Kate Payne   of   Creston   was  Friday visitor with Vera McGonegal.  a  Frank Travis and his sister, Miss Vernon Travis, of Miehel, are visiting? Mrs.  Travis, who is a guest of her mother,  Mrs. J. W. Parkin.  Harry Compton returned to MeGilliy-  on Monday,-after spending a couple of  week'holidays at his home hare.  Mr. and Mrs. McMurtrie are having a  visit from their grandson, Master Leslie  McMurtrie, who arrivedJfreHS  Man., last week.    ;  R. Stewart! & Son ,, have just about established a Valley record for early rasp"-  berries. They.had!about half aerate of  them for the Greston .trade on Saturday.  End-of-Juhe raspberries are very rare in  this section.  arrive this week for a holiday visit with  Mr. and Mrs. H. Dibley.  ;v  ��������� YB_Er_. Refers and- ��������� Mr_C YfTfsa.'t* witb  Mrs. Lewis of Medicine Hat, Alberta,  were Bonners   Ferry visitors Dominion  Day.   ; ���������--;'. "...:-.  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. and Mrs. H. WYMcDonald and  daughtera wish to convey their sincere  thanks to neighbors and friends for the  kindness shown tbem during their recent  sad bereavement. Also for floral  tributes.  IN MEMORIAM  SbbnsS&s*'-  Winnipeg;  ______  ���������.XUXLU.  itiwGti-ilM���������In loving, memory of Ole  Ringheim, of Wynndel, who died June  ;��������� 25th,: 1_2������. ��������� ���������,: -f :���������;;  ~  Dear father, how we miss you.  .     Mere words can not express  How long the days have, seemed to us  Since you were laid to rest.  But we five in hope, dear father,  Of seeing you again some day  CW������B*lf������������Mf  The Anglican Sunday school Is closed  for tbe montits of July and August.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Staples and children arrived on Wednesday hiat tram  Invermero, for a few days" visit with her  parentH, Mr. nnd Mra. George Cartwright.  *t  Mrs. Whoatlny of Mlgnoula, Wanh>,  urrfvi'd ut lh������; mkl(31u of the week OH in  vMl with Mr. and Mr������. Lee Horlo.  Mrs. Mimllo and oblUlren left at the  end of the weelc on a vlalt with Nolmon  fritnda.  The ������alo of Mra. MaitwoH'rt 20-acre  ranch Is reported thin week, the buyitr  Alice Sttflnff  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dalton and daughter of Calgary, Alberta, are visitors hero  this month, guests of , Mr. and Mrs. W  H, Hilton, r  Bill Kelly of Elko la a visitor here nt  present with Mrs. Kelly and children,  and they are guests of Mrs. John Marshall.   "  School closed on Friday morning for  the summer vacation, and Principal  Lukas left tho same day for his home at  Special Revival Services  at the  Full Gospel Tabemacie  Evangelist E. J. NORTH  Sunday- July 6  roll winnera at Alice .Siding  school for the year just ended are: Pro-  fficiency, Charles, Ostrensky. Deportment Violet Parkin. Regularity and  Puttctualty. Elsie Mather. Promoted to  Grade 2���������John Smith, Ada Smith, Evelyn  Mather^ Promoted to Grade 8���������Joan  Smith, Violet Parkin, Alfred Parkin.  Promoted to Grade 4a���������Carl McDougall,  Sidney Argyle. Promoted to Grade 5���������  Hazel Miller, Elsie Mather. Promoted  to Grade 6- Edward Argyle Geoffry Constable, Gordon Smithi JessTe McDougall(  Bobbie Partfin. Promoted to Grade 7'���������  Charles Ostrensky, Arthur Constable���������  Ethel Mather. Promoted to Grade 3���������  Betty Smith, Edith Mather, Harry  Mather* .  Miss Eileen Heap, who is attending the  Nelson Business College, arrived  home  oa 'Saturday, leaving on Sr-ondsy on s  visit with f risnds in Spokane.  Sidney Rogers, who is a student at  Vancouver College, arrived home on  Sunday for the summer vacation.  Mrs. Horwood of Cranbrook was a  weekend visitor with Mrs. H. Dibley.  Mrs. Taierico and daughter, Frances.  and Mrs. North were<,'Creston. shoppers  oh Saturday. -   . -  Mr. and Mrs; J, Cameron and children  and Margaret and-Daisy Rogers were at  Creston for the picture'jshow, Saturday.  Mrs. Cooper of Trail arrived on Saturday on . a visit with her son-in-law. and  danghter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo,  Mr. Barrett spent the weekend in  Cranbrook with his family.   ^~  Mr. and Mrs. {Jewell and family of  Swift Current, Sask.,  are expected  to  ���������yv sen iss G_a._.  their own  ������n"n   5^t__   S_C1U  t~is���������������  And live in eternity.  ���������WIFE AND  CHILDREN.  WATHF?    ISIOTiCM  DMEfisiOhr and use.  ��������� -������������������������������������������������������������������������ona-.-aa-. ���������-���������_������������������.���������������������������_���������_ e--������e_-i  LS&u&i  4*  11.00 a.m.  From Gilffal to Jordan *'  . '7.30 p.m.   ,  "Why We Believe Jesus is  Coming Soon"  TUESDAY, 7>4ftp.m.  **A Swarm of Bees*'  THURSDAY, 7.45 p.m.  %        **Divine Healing"  FRIDAY, 7.45 p.m.  "Moving On With God"  C horuees, Solos,   Bright SmgiTig.  Everybody  W&lcomef  School closed on Friday for the summer  vacation, and the same day Miss Curtis  teacher, left to spend the holidays at her  home in Slocan City.  The makeup of tine Dominion voters  list is completed nnd the list is posted at  the postofllce. It shows just about 00  names. '"���������  Rev. R. E. Cribb' Irad; United Church  service on Sunday morning, at which it  waa announced services would be, withdrawn until August as the minister; is  away on vacation. v     ,  There will be no Church of England  service on Sunday raorningfas thp rector,  Rev. A. Garlick, 3s alBO.on vacation.,  Bill and Frank Yerbury am holidaying  with relatives and friends, In Kelson at  I>.CBont. ''.'���������'[ ''���������'���������       '���������';.''.'  - Mrs, Sam.Whittttkor and young son, of  Cranbrook. are vlsitorQ with tho fotmor'D  mother, Mrs. A. Hobdon, at preeeng.  The Juno roport of Llstor achcot shows  the June attendance at 00 por cent, of  tho enrollment, with tho fallowing  having perfect attendance for tbe month:  Douglas Sinclair, Pauline Klein, Raymond McKeo, Lotti Klein, Cyril Bird,  Alice Wellspring, Margaret Sinclair, Daniel Domko.  Honor Roll winners for tho full term  wore? ProfHciency, Douglaa McKeo.  Doportment/MHllo Bearfll.' Atftemdnsnco,,  Douglas Sinclair.        ;������  Promoted to Grade 6���������Clara Domko,  David Gutitafuon. -   >  Promoted to Grade  6���������Douglas Sin-  Brunswick  Reduced to  SIXTY-FIVE  CENTS  I__ac������i  Or bring in one old one-  Victor   or   Brunswick���������and  get a new one for 65c. 01  V. MAWSON  CRESTON  m  m  m  m  m  ii  Wo invito.you to inspect our  now, atock of  which havo juat arrived I  ;:''';:K;owoat. Shapes  Nic������ assortment of aizctj,  Pricos are right.  mm   Wm i  Shoe  _B_I_Sa_B__KW   J^^l 1^_LbW_> ������_____���������_   ^MaMMtL ____W__. wBI tm^B ,������������*  i^^^g^^ fly^^TPj^^CT ^^3m _B*_I9 -jS-T _-_r__P  V       mWrmff mWmW     v^wmMNK Vm^mwiWJm  and  Hamaam  Repairing  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Power,  Light & Telepho e Company, Limited,  whose address is Creston,B.C, will apply  for a license to take and use two hundred  second feet of water out of Goat River,  which   flows, westerly and  drains into  Kootenay River about one and one-half  miles ribrthwest of  Creston.;; B.C.   The  water will be diverted from the stream  at a point about 500 feet up stream from  Canadian   Pacific' Railway  bridge and  660 feet southwest of fche northeast co; ner  of Sublot 29 of Lot 812. and will be used  for power purposes upon the area, described in .the undertaking of the .Company, within a radius of twenty-five mil*s  of the power site Concluding the Village of  Creston, B.C.).   This notice was poscecl  on the ground on the 20th. day of "June,  1930.   A copy   of this   notice   and   an  application pursuant thereto and  to the  Water Act will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder, Nelson,B.C. Objections  to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller   of   Water   Rights,    Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty  days after the first appearance  of this  notice in a local newspaper.   The petition  for the approval of the undertaking as  per Section 26 of the Act will be heard  id the office of the Board of Investigation  at a date to be fixed by 'the Comptroller,  and any Interested persons may file an  objection thereto  in the  office  of the  Comptroller, or of the said Water "Re-  eordeo.  CRESTON PO^/ER, LIGHT  c& TELEPHONE COMPANY  LIMITED: Applicant.  By CHESTER R,.PAULSON. Agent.  Date  of the first  publication  ofthts  notice is June 27; 1-30.  WATER    AIQTIOE  aWERStON A/flO U&JE  TAKE NOTICE thafc South Kootenay  Water Power Company, whose address  Is Rossland, B.C., will apply for a license  to take and use two hundred second feet  of water out of Goat River, which flows  westerly and drains into Kootenay Eivor  abonft Iki'-miles; northwest of Creaton,.  B.C. The water will bo diverted from  tho stream at a point about traffic bridge  ovor canyon about 600 Coot southwost of  northeast corner off S L. 29 Lot 812, and  will be used for power and waterworks  purposes upon tho area described ih the  MWowTtnlrhie of tho Company, within a  rntllun of twonty-fivo miles of power b1 to  {including the Villugo of CrcBton). This  notice waa posted on the ground on tho  12th dny of June, 11)310. A copy of tbla  notice and an ������pplication pursuant thereto nnd to the Water Act will bo filed at  tho office of tho Water Recorder Nelson,  B.C. Objections) to tlio application, may  bo filed with tho said Water Recorder, or  with the Comptroller of Water Rip-htn,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,  within thirty days after tho first appear-  arjcG of tblfl natleo in. r local nowSpapor.  Tb* petition for tho approval of  tho nndortalclng aa per Section 20 of tho  A������t will bo "beard In tho office of tho  Board of Iiiveatlmatbri at a dato to bo  mCixL by tlio Comnirollor, mid any Intvk-  c_tod pemons may lllo an objection thereto In tho office of tho Comptroller, or of  Vhn nald Watnr Roeowloir.  SOUTH KOOTENAY WATER  *    POWER COMPANY*  Applicant.  Ry E. MALLANDAINE, Agont,  Date of the flint publication of thto  notice la June 13,1030,; ____  THE  CBESSW  K-E'O'S-'W  /  w  \0  Principal. Stallwood, of the *' public  school left an Friday lor-Mis home in Net;  son, and from .here goes to tha coast for  summer school.   He is not coming back  to Creston.   He has been iii charge he^re 11 * #%ir*��������� 5  a *\t\- F^_a_������cftir_ns_ 1  for the  past  two  years giving excellent 11^1������**���������������1-OJ-IW  * ������r������*JIl������.R  satisfaction'aS'a teaehe*sTand; fchjoygct -a'  well deserved  popularity  withY^Jsens  " j^ourji^idliQ-iy' ���������  ��������� -ini^Y'-jr-ear; ss  '���������y~ ;'->-:.!YrYY':NYY   "     . :' y  '"'M' ���������_������ i^^trSJ-^my^: :'"M ;^r*v ��������� - ���������  ���������; ;;;p;||ippf;.|m .  Columbia  Your, OWn > F-uV������i_B_   va&fes  more'vacation charms than  . .any other pan of ih .  Continent,..  Ask forbooklets from  D ...___! ������>������...:._-.-.-  Information  VICTORIA,   -  B.a  .The weather continues cool and show-  ���������������--������ T*r"������������-   -^T^"_?'__?���������**"f*   _'^_rf__'<_^-1,���������--*  tsxy  ������r;. _____ _r������ ^H .mum immw S_b^    B        ,   ^_P  |tB- -���������-.������������������-**B_-_B-__JL-���������-���������-���������--���������-------������-��������� -------���������-->������������������_-������ B.-H ���������_---__������-B______S.Q  "' . ���������  ��������� -*���������''������������������. '   t  -��������� '    .       ��������� > ���������  Fan the BLEST- in - |  Give us a call.   jS^e are handling the MAPLE LEAF  Bran, Shorts*: M0dUngs, Corn, Cracked  Corn. Whea%^Oat% Cashed Oqts, Qcit CKofr  Barley Cho^dndevetylhing else in this line.  Maple tmf9 Robin  MWW&    Jt������%J'Vi>&*/r*>xr9'\Ar    jl v\mv*������w  wVl  '****&'  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced.  ill  B   B  a  ���������  a  ���������  ���������  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  the liking of the raspberry growers who  wilj commence shipping before the week  is out;        ��������� . '_.-._.,,    ' ' .  Mrs. Carruthers of Grassy Lake, Alta.,  is a visitor here this week, a guest of Mr  and Ifirz. S. A= Sp������������r_.     She is accompanied by her nephew, Master Hugh Robertson.      ���������    -       - -;  . Mr. and 'Mfjs* It. J. Forbes left on,  Wednesday by motor for Pacific coast  points, where they ^will spend the next  three weeks visiting with relatives and  friends. ,- - H    .  -1  Creston plays the final baseball Igame  of. the y/ar with Sandpoint in that  town on Sunday, 6th. Up* to tbe present Sandpoint has non been beaten once  this year.   - *���������_ ���������_  Mrs. W.IMr. Vaneeof.l^elson.was here  for a "few .days- visit- at ;the end of the  week, with her husband^'who is manager  of the Creston sub-central of the  Associ  ated Growers. i     ,'--,,*  Due to the cool and showery weather  strawberry shipments have not been as  heavy as expected. Up till ,yesterday  nine straight carloads have been shipped  from Wynndel.  Mrs Lyon of Craigmyle, Alberta, and  Miss GooderharnY of Stavely, jAlberta,  arrived at the first of the week tb spend  part of the holidays with their, sister,  cvxrs. xv.'_. rOr.ucS.   r. Y -.Y;, / -Y -    ������������������     ' .  Creston baseball team wort by a' score  of 13'to*9 over Knnberleyin the:baseball  toTirnament in ^ta,t town on Dominion  Day. The Kimberley nine is the best in  the East Kootenay league. Y  - Mis. Brown of "-Nelson' spent afew days  here at the first of. the. week J with- her  daughter,' Miss M. Brown, of "the public  school teaching staff, and was a guest at  the home of Mrs. Maxwell.  Miss G. Bnmstead  of the high schoo  teaching staff, and Miss H.  Meldrum,  vice-principal of the public school, left on  Monday for Vancouver,- where they will  spend the summer vacation.  the ravages of the Forest Fire*  but not everybody realizes that  seventy per cent, of our fires in  1 *       * * ._-  1929 were preventable; in othpr  words. the>r were due simply to  jps^elessn Pressure of Public  opinion^ -  j^rel^sness in other  directions,  but carelessness with fire is still  amazingly prev^erit,     y  PBEVEJT FOREST FTO^^OM CAN, HEl^!  B_BB_l������_B_______________-__---B---^  BRITISH COLtTMBiA FOREST SERVICE  _. ^.._.������j*,���������a   ���������.   ������������������ -��������� ���������- a. - * - f\j ffi'riih   *r^-*-irfl   ^ ������������������.-^-���������^'-���������_���������������������������.������������������.   ��������� ' ^. ��������� ' A* ���������'.-# . l.'A.<ti^A._������i_���������.  ���������^^M���������^^ci^^m' KINDS  --all  orders  promptly   taken  ������������������������������������-*       care of.  Bt   bH   ^fl  ^Hfc ��������� ^9 I  imk ___3^aBB7.'" S '" ^_F  S  ���������  1 MUfy  gP*... *^m[.  ���������S3  -if *��������� .-*��������� '���������* ���������^{^������������������-���������^-^-^���������--���������--j  __B_i--������_--__-8-Mi  . A, *i. A.A.-..->.A.,  REG^WATSON ' "    ALBERT DAVIES  ;    TRUCKING,   DRAYING9   ICE,    COAL,   WOOD  PO_W������MW^������^^*^*  wm&mmimmw?'  m qmiwH^m wmmfmmmm ^ iyyO'^ mmyw, ly^y.^NjT  ���������flV.iE^"-:iO. i!>v_,_J_srJ  Prime Noi? 1 Beefi Porl-  Mutton, __/amb ������i> Veal  Phone yoisr order-and receive our best service.  SILAMRO^  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  \/GLi%NDME):;���������REAMERY BUTTER  FRESH'':mnd CURED '0SH-;yf    ^  BURN^IDjEAL POULTRY FQOD  BURN  MpN������WIMMNmpWf!Mpm|Mp4W  ^^ya^p^,^^���������^ yin|M'yiM ������������������lywM^^yywihi^pNi^pwiHy^  ^S  .���������K"Y  ^^^  ever re  c  *'���������!  $awiri&^  .Onc)i dollar tier we^lc.;;,4e^A  posi^edi; rcgjalarly in/ ^ya^r^ ���������  S.a v tii'g is Ac count ^'ill',;  aii-aiiiait',' ��������� \' ������������������   ������������������!��������� ��������� ���������yy^^y,  In Flye years to $280.00  inTKw   ���������"   M 6OS.0O  ! n TV������wty "   w   .:,. ���������, - ���������;;.' 'ii|p&^  ..." your ' Savings' 'Account.,  The voters list,for Creston poll place at  +h_i Tlrvmlinann oioefcjirv'n nv\\ fhn wifn _ ghnnrg  545 names. Of these 325 -are in the  territory, above the track.. The lists  finally closed on "Wednesday. .  . V_*ev- A. Garlictelfefr on Wednesday on  a "month's holiclttjrr wi[ieh "he .will spend  at Pacific coast ^potntsS During", his' absence there will be  no Anglican" Church  services at any of tbe appointments.  ���������i  ��������� Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Archibald got  back at the latter part of the -week from a  trip abroad, during which  they were, in  (Johannesburg, South Africa, where Mr.  Archibald was a delegate to the World  Mining Congress in that city;     ;  R..B Staples, salesman ager for Sales  Seryice, Limited; Kelowna, was here for  a few days at.the end of the week. D������e  to rainy weather arid consequent splitting  much, of the Okanagan cherry crop is  being sold to the canneries this year.  ��������� Evangelist Ernest j1. NorthJs holding a  series of revival services at the Pull  Gospel Mission, Victoria Avenue. .He is;  a graduate, of the Glad Tidings Bible  School, San Francisco. Call. He came to  ^British Colnmbla in 1927, and since that  ttrjrie has been engaged in evangelistic  and pastoral work. Hibi messages ore  deep, earnest and helpful, and will keep  ybu interested.. He/is aBsi^ted by Ivor  Morris; at the organ "IThere will^be;  special chorus En which all can join. See  advt; for subject- and time of services..  I  ini- jlt?ou rv-fic^ju' urr&iiD  Bigger Value for the Money  The new models with larger, rooipier bodies and n^w bpdy,  lines? cannot be equalled for;Comfprt; power, beauty or sias__ina  and the new low prices make theirh thenx.the biggest value fdr  the money on the "motor car market jboday.  If you cannot'afford a new car bring iri*ybur old one and  let us put new life in it. The latest piece of equipment 'we  haye added tb our shop is "a Lisle Valve Machine, and it  certainly does turn out a real valve job.  Oar Shop Equipment is the Best and  our Mechanics know haw io handle iii  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  PR EM J E R   GAR AGE  '���������'Y^^-vrT^;^ 4%.    MAXWELL ���������������������������.-.,���������.   ���������,.-'..  ~ SERVIQE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE >  ���������'.;������.|rifl.',  40������  (,,,..������  IPII^EKI ALr; ���������'  ;',':rtit^to':cl������r?i*;iis:, :,.;.;;.   ��������� - ���������,,    . r.: Toronto  I--Capttslancl Rcsorvo' $ 19,06QJbcfb       ' I  ���������   ���������-. ' '.-:^-Y . :,-. ������������������ ' J  - ; -    . .���������.'., .���������;;. -. ���������.-, * . !'^(. .���������        ���������    .- ������������������ ' ���������  ��������� ���������  ���������. 4J.MHTON MJttANOW'ii.'.' -���������������. ��������������� W, OI-OWKB, MiiKiittm'  ������*'.; .  ,'���������     .',.   '  , BiHaiah������>HalvInVovmoro,Owu>Vpok������incl Fonifp.    ,  ���������#iV,  >v  :���������!������  >i,.,^_.  m nmuS  1 T3iq ' people ���������'' jbf; .vCre^jton' '��������� - and  district are invited to en joy  tho comfort and satisfaction  ..,,..,'Ypf a;,aHPweirMtli'at/.':,/;.  V..'.<J'.'V.,'-':!lM  ^'K;I^p,rt,;f������|,lN,  SHOWiE"  BATHROOM OFEN DAILY  ; AFTEB"d.p..m, ;  CHAUGBS:  With Towel and Soap..35c  Without Tow<BlrSoap.. ��������� .2Sc.  Pay at Office bn damp Ground.  ��������� ���������������������������_������������������������������������'������!_���������������������������-������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *,*******���������.-������������������- ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������iMHiiitiiiaiiiiiii  '.    [ITER  SPECIALLY    PRICED  ���������<?-i  m >  0  ; DpllvCarriageSp;$L75 to $5.Q0. Boys' Steef Cart, $2.25  Flashlights^ $2,00. . Parker Pens and Sets, $2.75 and up.  Kodaks andBi^wnies^ $2.25 and up. Perfumes, 50c. to $L  Snap Shot; Albums,"$l andiip. Tennis Racquets, $8 and up  Baseballl Gloves, ,$1 and up. Boys' Watches, $1^75 to ^_J,75.  Toilet Sets, 8B& to $8.(^0. Child 'a Blackboards, $2.60:  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  "���������': ���������������������������TUB; _E&3E_XAI_]-i STORK ;  geo. i-i. _ati__-ii_v';,',        .-;'>.  ���������  ���������i  ���������  *  ���������  ���������  ���������  M  ���������  ���������  ���������  3  ���������  ���������  a  ���������  ���������  _  ��������� - ,r*i ��������� --_--_------_--_..-���������.-_--___---______-.___j  IW*WVV'V*W*V,'V,|'V"V*V*V*V''^^^  ���������   ThdG^rt solid ate  t'Siti'CJltirtg'C of Canada, Ltd^  t  ���������V.  w ' ' ;���������    " ,    ���������.  ������������������  Offtces Smelting and Refining Department  ..,,;���������".,.������..'TRAIL, Britiah Columbia ���������  ��������� - Smelters and' Refiners.- ���������,     \  Purchasers of* Gold* Silver, Copperf Lead and _imc <)rea.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead* and Zinc,  .';.,l,   .'.'..'//'-tAPAIqrAC'BltAHD" ':'' ^ y' '..!;Y:  # ' '' 1  . i "./������������������',<   '       ' , .'���������._ ���������'���������>',������,���������.  m\*M..m m\+M*+M m������mVM*m\-+MitmJk^1lkmJk.+m%+,mm1,m tmXmmmmA, *mVMAl*.4k*Jkm4kkM.limm*m%mm\**t*%*tmmttmiM -ilju-fci* m% ��������� m%< n<-i m<mmm%.^m-mm%mJkimm%mkm%*mmw  .'���������'.������������������;V.yi'-'       ,'.:.��������� .   . , ���������'  .' ���������������������������      .,:������������������., TETE    REVIEW.    CRESTON.    B.   O.  \  HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOiD  . L  On June 24, the King: and Queen  received the delegates to tlie Imperial Press Conference, - in the throne  room at Buckingham Palace.  British Columbia expects to benefit  from, the new Australian tariff just  introduced in the Commonwealth  Houses extending a British preference to lumber.  Mr. -Bennett Scott, the song composer -whose "Take ns_ back to dear  old Blighty" was sung- by soldiers all  ��������� over the world, * died at his home at  I_oraine Mansions, London, England.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Illeneuvre, of  Detroit, were burned io uewth when  their airplane fell at the municipal  airport, in Toledo, Ohio, and burst  into -lames.  President Hoover has approved  transfer of the obsolete submarine  P-12 from the navy to the U.S. shipping board which will charter the  craft to Sir Hubert Wilkins for North  Polar explorations.  Many Accttt'enis Caused!  3y Neglected Cars  Owrleesne-s  Allows Defects To  Develop In Mechanical Parts  Automobile  owners in the United  States who neglected  to keep their  cars in good.. condition were responsible for five thousand of the lives  lost in traffic   accidents   during   the  last caleiidar year. This estimate 4s  made by the framers of the report  recently  submitted  to  the Hational  Conference  on Street  and  Highway  Safety at Washington, by its committee on the maintenance of motor vehicles. To learn that fully fifteen per  cent, of the traffic fatalities recorded  in 1929, are actually traceable to lack  of proper care of cars is an enlightening disclosure.     The studies of the  committee Into causes of motor accidents  have   convinced   its   members  that stricter official inspection of.all  automobiles is urgently needed.  Essentially this report charges that  because of improper maintenance defects are allowed to develop in vital  mechancal parts of a car; brakes and  | steering gear are allowed to beoome  i dangerously worn~or drop out of adjustment;   horns,  windshield  wipers.  TEN YEARS* GROWTH OF TOURIST TRADE  300  2 50  200  H5Q  I0O  au  W MJ1.LI0N4  __J"to  TOURISTS EXPENDITURES  IN CANADA  l02O-t������>29>*   ~    .  estimate  IO������4  I09Q  3O0  aso  200  ISO  too  5������  eivsx  _55J_T  flV7    ������Vs_HB_i__  ,. ��������������� ���������*    ~_a  w-BSa.B  ���������iSa.i  5VVE  ju___re  &MaOai$Zrr  a OEM  WW  ABRAHAM, A. PIOW_CEB OF FAITH  MIVMONS  F. E. Beattie, aged 50, an. account       ��������� .       ...^   ant In the Bank of Hong Kong and j rear lights and headlights uncared  Shanghai, at Shanghai, disappeared for become ineffective. A steady in-  f rom the "Empress of Russia," it was j crease in driving speeds in the last  reported on the steamer's arrival at j few years has served only to increase  Vancouver. He was a passenger en- I the hazards created by the negligence  route to Scotland "srith his vrif _. ; of  these   ������,v_v_   own  rara   and  permit  Vincent Massey, retiring Canadian I them ta be operated when they are  minister to the United States, who Umfit to be driven on public highways,  delivered the annual commence- j The committee recommends legisla-  ment address at the University of : tion that-will enforce periodic inspec-  Michigan, Ann Harbor, was awarded j tion in States where such a precau-  an honorary degree of _>oetor of i tion is not now taken. It suggests  Laws. j that in the case of old cars that have  1_. R. MeGregor, new Australian j ^en resold several times a certificate  trade commissioner to Canada^ ar- ; of inspection should be required when  rived   at   Victoria      recently    from j drivers' licenses are Issued.  Sydney with his wife and two ehil- j          ' ~  dren.   He  is  particularly  anxious   to I Pulsating Stars  introduce   Australian  wines  to  Can- j ������   acta. '��������� "Theory Advanced xnat Certain Stars  Do Not Rotate  A theory that certain stars do not  rotate, is presented to the American  Association, for the Advancement of  Science, by Dr. Ross Gunn, of the  Naval -Research laboratory.       These  The rl_e In the value of Canada's  tourist trade cliurlng the last ten  years has been little short of phenomenal. Estimates of the expenditures  made ih the Dominion by tourists  from, otteer countries run back as far  as 1920, and it will be found that  during this ten-year period, 1920-29,  inclusive, tourists from abroad are  estimated to have spent in Canada a  total of roundly $1,^82,000,000.  Such a sum of money is almost  staggering, and it is difficult to find  comparisons enabling us to realize  its Immensity. Perhaps the most  startling .crapa-ison that could be  made Is to place this sum alongside  the enormous outlays that Canada  was called unon to make in connec-  i9a_k  to the Federal Public Accounts the  total expenditure ms<?e ������y the I>0~  minion. Government under the heading "Wjar and Demobilization" is  placed a.L roiindiy $1.695,O0O,O0OY  Thus the expenditures made ia  Canada by tourists from other countries within. the last ten years are  estimated at an amonhtYwhich falls  Golden Text: "By faith Abraharp,  when he was called,-obeyed to go out  unto a place which he- was to receive  .for. on inheritance; and he went.out,  not knowing whether he went,"  Hebrews"!! ,r= ������������������ , " .   . Y.     '<"".'  . Y Treason:.; Genesis _. 12.1-5; .< 1S.1-32",  17.1-Sr 1S.22-33; Hebrews 11.8-10=. /  . Devotional-Reading: Psalm 23.  __xp-&mrf*GS5 assd Comments 'f  The Call That Came To Abraham,  .Genesis 12.1-3. ��������� Some inward suggestion or some outward event convinced Abraham (who is called  Ahrans: in the early chapters of  Genesia>, that he was Called toy God  to leave hia country, and his kindred,  and his  father's  house   (cumulative  eXpf���������H������_.iOi-~    which    ShOvv"   3_0~'    Sl-UCh  Abraham had to lose in obeying the -  command), and go to the land that  God  would  show him.  The  goal  is  definitely stated In verse five as the  land of Canaan. The writer of our account did not imagine, that God spoke  _  to the outward ear, any more than   -  does the oriental of the present day.  "God has spoken to me" is a com-    '  mon Arab phrase today when a man  feels a deep impression in his soul.  "Under the simple statement "Jeho-  s"  only a few thousand dollars short of | yah said,' there aije probably Wd<len  ^Mtio'tGMAr    rtnMA������1i.f'n     tlmTvia^aA    miflatra      .yaara   *rv������   niiaafinvilnor   anil   rnoil_4*������_>_-__>n *  equalling Canada's Immense outlays  for war and demobilization purposes. It is not to be wondered at  that the highest financial authorities  in Canada have recently made it a  spsciai poinl to direct public attention to the growth and possibilities of  this comparatively youthful recruit  to the ranks of the Dominion's major  tion with the isreat war, Accoraing j economic interests.  Switzerland Is Prosperous  Eacan Contest  Summer- Bacon I_itter Competition To  Be Held In Saskatchewan  The Saskatchewan Livestock  Branch, with the co-operation of the  Dominion. live. Stock Branch, Is fostering a summer bacon litter eompeti  tion  as a stimulus and a first rate j ments of Canadian products," writes  Has. Population Of Over ������,000,000 and  People Are Good Workers  Switzerland, which has an area of 'j non-spinning  stars  are  those which  only 19,950 square miles,, has now a  "population of roundly 4,000,000 to  which It has risen from 3,300,000 in  1900. Small as the country is, it has  . 30 towns of over 10,000 people. While  the population has increased the  mountainous regions are being deserted.    The general growth of Swit-  the fact that one-fifth of the whole  territory is mountainous and unproductive. SwitzerJ������������������% Ss almost' desti-.  tute of native raw materials and yet  she has 600,000 persons engaged in  productive industry. In fact, it is not  too much to say that if all the world  worked as well ������^nd as effectively as  Switzerland, it would be a happier  place. Switzerland is never troubled  by war or rumors of war. ���������*���������  pulsate, that is, which expand and  contract. Some of the pulsating stars  have the habit of enlarging their  diameters millions of miles. They  beat like vast fairy hearts.  One class of pulsating stars, the  Cepheid variables, are the "lighthouses" of the sky, that is, they en-  zerland is the more remarkable for [ able   astronomers   to   calculate   the  vast distances of space. Dr. Guam's  theory comes from study of magnetic  fields about stars, especially those'  about the pulsating suns.  benefit to the swine industry of 'Saskatchewan. According to J. G. Robertson, Ldve Stock Commissioner for  Saskatchewan, the"^>rovince will be  divided into five parts for the purpose of this contest, over which the  prize money will be equally distrib-  ;uted.,Ampng, the;condititfhs of entry  it may be noted that' litters must be  farrowed between April 1st and July  1st, and may be out of a grade or a  purebred sow, but must be sired by a  registered bacon type boar, and at  least nine pigs must be raised to  marketing age.  years of questioning-, and meditation:  God's revelation of HJmself-to Abraham in all probability passed through  the preliminary stages of surmise  and doubt and mental conflict. But  once assured that God was calling  him, Abraham responded quickly and  resolutely;."���������Marcus uods. <���������-., 5b waa  sure that Gad had a plan for his life,  and he acted uponhis belief....  God's cali to separation was a  necessary condition of blessing, "x  will make o_Sth.ee'a great nation, and  1 will bless thee, and make thy name  great"���������this is ��������� the great thought  that runs through the whole book of  Genesis. "God can impress us with  such a sense of obligation as can only  be understood as the will of God; He  C-Sm 1n3'?>Ei*w   **&  TviflT"*  5??1^b   anT}1tmo   ainrf  solemn hopes as can only be tmder-  stood as promises of God."���������James  Denny.    "And be thou a blessing."  Abraham's Gre^t Adventure Of  Faith, Genesis 12. 4, 5.���������With Sarah  _   _.   ������������������-- ~       -.      _ ���������.   ���������     i his wife, Lot his nephew, and all his  ���������U J>. Wilgress, Canadian Trade Com- I s!aves; a'nd depende_-ts, _md also his  Trade With Russia-  Canada's  Exports To Soviet Kussia  Are On the Increase  " "Soviet Russia may be said to be  the-only country, outside" of Germany, in Central Europe which imports, direct the bulk of its require  Canada's,Military Force  ConnlstH   Of   401   Officers   and   1,0(17  Non-Cormmlssloiied Offtecrn  Canada's permanent military force  at the present time comprises 3,-  913 all ranks of whom 401 are officers and 1,067 non-commissioned  officers. At headquarters in Ottawa  there are nine naval officers, forty-  nine military offtcers and thirty-one  air officers. There arc also at  headquarters a * total of 104 other  ranks,  Four hundred and forty-three  civilians, are employed of whom 400  ������re permanent.        t  The coat of administering the  headquarters totrtl.s $l,4g5,31.t annually."  The    Central   Railroad    of    Peru  crosses the  Andes at one  point  at  15,865 feet above sea level.  missioner in Hamburg, in the "Com  mercial Intelligence Journal." "Other  countries in this territory, such as  Caecho-Slovakia, Austria and Poland,  consume important quantities of  Canadian goods, but these are usually  consigned Jn the first instance to  Hamburg .and. for this reason appear  in the Canadian trade returns among  the exports to Germany. Canada's exports to Soviet Russia in 1929 increased by $1,137,0 _8."  The arctic tern nests 11-,000' miles  from where It spends its winters.   .  "'.  The simplest element  . known,  man is the hydrogen atom.  to  Moose Pose for Photo  flocks and herds, Abraham journeyed ;.  to Canaan. He was-seventy years old  when he left Haran    for . the    land  abou_"which he knew so little. "They  went forth into the land of Canaan, Y  and  into  the" land  of Canaan they  came":ywras there ever a briefer ac- :  count of. a\ long and" dangerous 'jbur-  neyt" "They started, they* Arrived ���������'?  that is all,' 4 Well, that is what happens to people who are as capable as V  Abraham   and   as   decisive in   their  faith."; . ���������/ _'������������������.. ������������������ *  ���������'���������'���������  Dr. jGwett esJls belief the accept- ���������  ance of a map, while faith is the'  taking of the voyage,,, Abraham had���������  belief and faith." Y.  "So I go on not; knowing.  I would, not if Imight;.  ToY rather  walk vsrith   God   tn   the-  ." dark:. ' ;-":  Than walk alone in the light;   :  ;:-lI*d.r_^er;..jgo^with ���������������������������_____.' by faith  ! Than:walk alone by sight."  David J. Burr ell.-  Of courso our new Summer Fash-  Ion Magazine contains nil tho vacation. 3ty.cn"for grown-ups-for after--  noon, sports and home wear.  But we haven't overlooked the ktd-  dloa. Tho two shown here arc from  tho' book which contains a- largo  selection of attractive wtylopi for children of all ages for party and general vacation wear.   Price 20 cents.  * How To Order Patterns  Address: Winnipeg New_pupor Union,  17B McD-ttriot A^ve, Winnipeg  HOW TUB RICH 1'AUMER  ISQUIPPBID HIMHKLF AS A PROTECTION FOUM MOTOR-ACOI-  DENTB IN TUB CVW.���������Ulfltlge  Hachae. I-eJpjilg*,  a1"'!!'1*'*" ; *"";"'"!I"."*J"'."'������" J"'.'1 :':'*;."?."?."-!'!"'!? ,"'.'" "'"   W.    NT.     U.    _f������44  Pattern No..  SIk������  A Romantic Province  Colorful Pages Of Pioneer History In  ���������.������������������'^������������������: 'iW''We_t:>  The oldest of the Prairie psLQyinces  has had a romantic history. It gave  birth to the romance of the West  $-Ith its Red River carts, an association which colors the pages of pioneer history in the West. Prom, what  was Fort Garry to what is today  Winnipeg, is In itself a monumnet of  a story replete with adventure and  achievement. It is the, story of early  beginnings ending In "great accomplishments, with the torch lit by the  flrst pioneers now illuminating n.  great and prosperous province. July  15 will be a dny of groat pride to tho  people'-'of Manitoba with what haa  been done serving as an lncentivo  to further achievement, with tho  spirit nnd zeal of tho onrly pioneers  carried on to meet the needs of the  .modern day,j~l_ethbrldg0: Herald.  In Czocho-Slovakla thoro/ ore four-  teon women in, parliament; ton <JpP������-  tics and four nenatorfl.  ���������������������*���������������<*+#���������  NlLR-O  Town  v^������,-������fi<������ywn,'A''-'*'  In tho north, woods at Motagama, JNforth Ontario, whore M. U, Hato������  run������ bin oampa, mooao nro unustmlly plentiilul. tlii������ epring. Mr. Batoc was  vlnttlng ono of tho camps> tho other day and 3o_ldrift in a cabin found two  Infant moone anleep in ono of the bunltw. Ho Iff tod thorn out but thoy came  back to tho veranda tand, flncHnc w. wunny ������pot, had nn.o11ier nap. Tho  moorio wore quite tamo and ������re ltore Bhown being- posod for a photograph,  Tho BiiopMliotH wore taken within * mllo of tne Canadian Paclflo Hallway  tracUii nmr M������tairain_i.  "Were you driving" -or tlio ftint  tlmo?" ..,',;  ��������� 'Ko���������th e lant."������������������4Iiimmeli ' Hum*'  burg.  'I  \1  '���������'.: "I  -ii  i Y*  "V  n^m   BEVIEW.   CRIESTG-tf,    13.   O.  t /)f /  /  WlmmWfMim  -HO    I./ ������*������������������������  When you need new eeesrgy*  when you are hot and>n_outh is  dry���������pep up withWrigleyV���������it  moistens mouth and throat*  The increased flow of saliva  feeds new strength to the blood*  you can do more'-r-yott -eel"*  betters  Keep await- %uiih Wrigley**  CK14  _.  gin������9riBIi.!egB!..SS.iEI3iSBHilH8!SSUBS!eS!^  1    SILVER   1  I  RIBBONS I  -BY   ���������    ;  CHRISTINia  WHITINO  T> A RMTrTNTIMSm  S     . Copyright-1929:  CiiifiiiillilliiiMltiMiiiiiciViiis������Bit������������>r������ia3~  >_m,n . ���������................. ���������<si**..i������ua���������  CaaAPTER.XVIII.-r-Continued.  night, an idea that might not suggest  itself to you, and I'm telling you now  so that if the time comes when you  must part with the ,������!d homestead,  you could consider lti It's this: If  yoii sell the place, don't part with  ,your great-grandfather's little office..  ���������You could live there comfortably, you  and Grandma; With a kitchen and  bathroom added at the back it would  jjjoVo    n    C02Pir   *>.*W1I������*-S    hnnja*    &n_    it  would be home,. in a way, to both of  you. Don't forgot it, child, if I'm not  here to remind you."  "But you- will be! I won't admit  anything can ever take $0!_ frond us/  Doctor. Howe���������we need you" so. But  I'll remember your suggestion. It's a  good one, only���������what would your  young M.E>. do for an office?"  ���������"That point/''answered the doctor,  "will take care of itself."  Another **__.T_>snt oi! hmhtipss followed; then he said, briskly, as if  making a decision, "I think I'll confide in you, Charmian. You know, of  course, that I haven't saved much  money., I've had nothing to save for;  and I've done my work for the work's  sake, and- the love I have for my  loyal patients. I've kept my house in  repair and paid my bills, and, providing there was enough for that/ I  haven't hounded folks if they paid  slowly, or even if they didn't, pay at  all.  So you. see,  child, I'm  no John  "I  see,"   said  the girl, wondering"  where this confidence was leading.  _        "I wonder how^ much John Carter  ������ j<8has told you about his life," said the  'old man unexpectedly. ~  been told that a doctor's wife has a |,  hard life."  "I think you could stand it," smiled  her old friena.' -"I shouldn't want the  lad to -liVe ~ol6ne, Charmian, as I  have. , He's.like a son to me."  She ventured a little laugh.  "I believe that I regard him that  way myself I Jit's & pleasure to keep  his -deals hot���������he's so" grateful/'  "J'dL rather vou regarded him-'  differently/' said the doctor, sighing,  "that is, unless���������Dear me I Here wo  are at my destination. The widow  Smithson has got the grippe; I  sha'n't be long, child."  The girl glanced up, suddenly conscious ������f her surroundings. They  had, stopped before-tbe small, brown,!  shabby cottage where Jtoa^ Bennett  had once, collected interest' money���������  the place where Charmian had called  Mrn   "SHvlook."  -&Ajra___n__;J  V -Br    B tm^i*w   GbE  _f%SV0 B E___  HAD DYSENTERY  #������ilr#  juysentery is one or in.e "worst xonns or wowei complaint and should bovpleckcd at on.ee as ita termi. j-  tiO'S: eftsjt **rovss faisd. * '-  Mrs. H: P. Stewart/ Fiad3ater, Bask., writes:���������  '/Two years ago xrei "were all" very; bad -with attacks  of dysentery. My -husband got a bottle of Dr.  Fowler'* Extract of Wild?Strawberry and after taking three,or four doses we "w-ere completely relieved.  Since then -we have never been without a. bottle of  it in thft LouseY'  On the market for tbe past 85 years; put up on.lv  bjr The T. Milbiarn Co., Ltd.. Toronto, Out."       -   -  __ roj(  replied    Charmian.  The doctor chuckled,. glanced  shrewdly at his companion, and replied: "I don't imagine that those  rides were a real sacrifice to my:as>  ��������� sistasstl" ������������������.."''"'"   Y* c ".;-'���������'- '"���������-,  '���������'"!���������'���������..<;���������������__? they were," retorted Charmian  with a. dhnple, "he disguised the fact  with-proper gallantry; but I'm none  trie less grateful -to him.4tt's-a.Iong  walk to District Four when the mercury hovers around zero,- Doctor;: and  Grandma^ worries.". ".'>'������������������ ���������  '"���������*%.-'. -wish you didn't have to leave  her, Charmian. The days must seem  long now" that winter has set'in."  .   "I  fear they  seem  a   great  deal  girl...  "Grandma's^sp.patientan<i.nh.-  complaining. But Zrcan/t give^^^the  ". Y' schooi/'"1b6ctor,r" _v_n: ^with-; 'theYweis  come  board money i Coming; in5 each  '.. week. I know we're "foolish to cling  ;.;to thei;..oid'"jhpusoj'Oiel.i|way/fwo:fdo.,.:Ji  might* in the. name of common sensej  be ^willing to part with it and break  my heart, but I can't blre^Grahd-  nrta's^and no other home woxild seem  ���������her" own." ....';.  The old man was silent for a moment, and then said: V'George K. tells  "   me the house is really yours, Charmlan,"   ���������  ~       "It is.  I  thought  you  knew that  Grandma, deeded it to me a year ago.  She got'the'! idea that it might save  trouble for, me after she���������^goes;. and  ,;,���������_*_,._,...ob-her-dp'.-It-because^ it. made,-her  '���������"���������������������������':������������������������������������"happier,'' Y ;��������� ���������*:;-������������������'���������<���������<���������.������������������'���������������������������    ��������� -������������������  ���������v;,v;.';��������� "They>rode half a rnile in friendly  silence.   It  was  beginning   to   snow,  '...the ���������bi^'flakes  drifting   down - lazily  and- settling on the windshield.  "Tve been thinking/'"said the doctor at last.    "I can't help worrying  aoout you, child, because I know, you  ,..���������,.,  see, .fcnat.4.shan't alwaya be on hand  ,   to  advise you when you may need  ... viadvlce. An Idea came to mo in tho  I "Very little/'  still puzzled.       - '  ��������� ^Possibly then,    you    don't    know  that as a boy he had almost everything   he   desired.   His   people  were  wealthy,. and   John:   and    his   sister  might easily have been spoiled. They  went to exclusive schools, and later  mingled with what society calls 'the'  best,' meaning, I suppose/ the most  stylisii,  John" had always wanted ��������� _o  be   a  doctor,  but he wasn't  strong  and his father, knowing it to be a  hard life, objected. The boy persisted,  however, and- after graduating; from  Harvard   went  into  Medical   School.  In^his second year there, his father  died���������a shock   caused   Jay   financial  Worry. Though- no  one. had guessed  it, things.had; been going badly with  his business. ThereYwas enough left  to; pay his creditors and save jja fevv  of ��������� the    faraily    heirlooms,    iwthing  more/ Two weeks later John's mother  died in her sleep."  ;f.;  "Oh, that    pdor    boy!"    broke    in  Chariaaian with1 compassion.  "Poor boy, indeed," wenT on the  doctor, "for' he loved both parents  dearly. The sister, fortunately, had  married well. John made his; home  with her, and went^ on studying -���������  earning his own way���������working too  hard, and risking his not too robust  health/That was his reason, ray' dear,  for taking a country practice. He.  needs fresh air, arid to get away from |  persistent   invitations     that    would  CHAPTER XIX.J  As the doctor went within, Char^.  mian's thoughts drifted back to that  ride with Jim-���������-to all the changes  that had coine since, and- to those  that were/4estuied to come before  -many years. The old man's confidence hadY stirred her deeply. He  was 'younger than her grandmother,  but he had * lived a harder life and  was breaking earlier.'* Probably he  knew more about his condition than  he had toId: her. The end might be  nearer than it seemed; and he was  like him. to be [ready when the call  came; and to plan so that his care  for her welfare went, even beyond  the grave. ' __,  aaess about him. that precluded/-such-  a thought. JBut, ~ spoke up a loya!  voice within her, Jim was kind also.  Only in business . . . Did all business men care less- about the human  side ot life ?;- / . -* Did days spent  thinking En terms jof moneys blind  rae *i_Cer a -tine ixt other needs ?  She stirred as the door of the cottage opened and closed on her old  friend; but he came .to her side of the  car and asked a question:  -���������* "Hiave you got Jina, Bennett's address on the tip of your tongue, child ?  I can't remember it."  (To Be"Continued.)  iui������i.B^; astGHBBJVd a wi    aiuas   t������ ���������sXVk S  STURDY CHILDHOOD  The sturdy child���������the bright, active little* chap is the one everybody  loves. "It is only the sickly, fretful  child who is not attractive. It is the  ���������t.I____4 _,_._.  _.J5.-. __���������   ���������.wnj   ������������������    -._   __- ������-.r  UULULJ^Ub   o_    .ycij    V���������M���������VL   *���������_���������   U���������    OVH*U\AJ/  and well���������to be able to make everyr  one admire him: Therefore, mothers,  a, I i������ yours Is not attractive it's your  fault, not his. He must be ailing  and it is Yuj> to you to sss that^he  Charmian shivered, not from cold,   gets relief-f-that he; is given a medi-  s cine, that will quickly make hlni well  buir from a sense of what life would  be   to   her   when,  all   t>i  changes had taken place. Even  Grandma, happy as she was, could  sot gu Ou for eve.. "What would there  ^e f.fpr Vher in Wickfield without  Grandma, the old doctor, and even  Jim? There was John Carter, to be  sure. Perhaps . Y .  / The girl's lovely color deepened  just a-trifle;:at the thought of wh^re  this  reverie f was   leading.     Then: a  and keep him well.  Baby's Own -rablets are especially  designed for infants and young children. -There is nothing to equal  them for correct���������!-0' the irrs"T_ls.ri-  ties of the stomach and bowels ���������  the cause of most of the ills from  which little ones suffer. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from;-The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Broek-  ville^bnt.   '   y  "rae j^ord shall be unto thee aa  everlasting light."���������Isaiah lx. 19.  - " There Is no day so dark  But.  Us.uuglt' il*_  .uurk  su>_ue  ray   ox  hope may steal,  Some blessed touch from Heaven that  Ave might feel "  If we but choose to mark.  ���������Celia Thaster.  Let us all be sure that all is well,  whatever comes, while _.ype trust/and  stand' fast amd strive^ and pnly hopeless���������- and riightly hopeless���������fwhen we  want what we are In no wise willing  to earn. The glory and the glow of  life come by right living. So then,  while we may not", know what trials  wait on. any of us, we- can believe  that as the days in" which Job wrestled with his dark maladies, are the  only days tlnai make him -worth remembrance, and but for which-hia  name had never been written in th^  Book of Utile; soothe days through  which v/e stniggle3 fflEdinfl^ no w^y,  but never losing the light; will be  tie most significant we are called to>  ..._.    ____.���������__ ^._���������������������������  . .  The  Chinese  telephone     exchange  Francisco,   Calif.,  ������t_LS   - J0,_! _tS  child's  fretfulYcry  from  within  the j 0f gan  cottage brough^ her back to the scene j subscribers;    tw_,   of -the   operators  before her.   .The house seemed even ] "have seryed for 20 years.  shabbier. ;tliari::: she  rememb_red.it������������������[��������� /' "^l'"':  {: 'K ;;^"::"; V-';' ' y:. y -���������: ^s'Z^L.;  Keep Dougias''w Egyptian; I-ihiment  handy^;vA;:sureV-^speedyv refnwdyr:for  Minard's for -TalHrag Haiir.:  Again Break Beeords   -  L.S-. Honaestsad-filings at the Edmonton  land o__.ee have again' shattered all  records. During April 52S. homesteads and 1������: soldierx^gramls were  taken up. The. preceding April exceeded, any-previous month with; 349-  homesteads and 8 soldier grants.  com ana unopmxortame sn ixs -waaxxy  [ setting. ,.^/^bj^kjOT,:;.:^^  !'';s.tu^dj^^^L^^]^aw^  &&&eyy^^ffi Sag-;  ging. What woofid^ sixch pebpieYdO'  without a^iclhdiy counsellor like Doctor Howe?? ��������� /; Would his successor i be  as lenient to ^unpaid bills���������or would  he coIlect''"relen������tessIy, as Jim-; Bennett had collepted ijthat Interest for  the ;barik ?;  ,'. : f f;   ^'^ '���������     :'.^-: *S:,;��������� ���������  _\To, Charmian's' -Heart'���������'anawjered,  John Carter wpifld riot be,an irihuirian  creditor.    ThereYwas a ^warnl -klndli-  burns, sprains,  felons/ blood poison^  tag/ soft^cpr5w^^mrts,i;scaldo-^e^In-;  valuable'for /inflammation: -arid-mus-:  cular rheumatism.  preference J-:ob, tsiacks  A  sheep slayer that attacka only  the black sheep: in-the:;fleck Is reported from Chcyenno, Wyoming. This  freak killer went through a flock and  killed seven black sheep in one night,  but failed to Itouch o single white  'one. .'" ,-/'"  ���������-    ������������������...;������������������'....,-   ."��������� ���������-'.  /_.a^_'! .:p_iHible;-iBoblc'/.    :;   __f_gWlj|-P  ��������� i_:0���������Le_r.w-__  AVOID IM ITATtONS  COM PLETE LY GONE $  ���������' mittw __. ���������. W.iSmVCM. TfaouMiMls  r ���������������������������.��������� r������(4'^vmypr'wltferm^jhtmrj-;  <^>lS-i'2__!1;?F���������?*������������������,*-,^ lt������nNM,l__irt  ^l������t.O������t-_Vutt._4Jre_'-fninL-r-j������taMod������7.  aiviiiiiiiiiiiiiiii3iiBiiifiiiiiiiTiiiiiiiiiDEDniRfiiiiiiTUi-ii.ir.iEiiiiiiiii.giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliivaoiiii f>iiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiifiiiTiiiii<fiiBiniia  t  it-  v  YOUNG WIFE  ySTRENGTHEIB  I '  I-  After   Taking   Lyclia   E.  Pinkhttmr3 Vegetable  Compound : t y  ���������>n. 1111. ii '..'.'  ..   Tlftnc?roffi,   Oni,n,rJo7-"Wrhnri   T ftrwt.  toolte I-Vctta 1?/ Plnklmm's  VcROtablw  Compound    I  had boon mamed  about a yeiti' and  my BtronKth vvai*  loavinu .mi) on ao-  ctorirfc of"iwy'.con-  .clitipn., I waw. only-  ID and it was'my  8"firnt nhUrl/'Y My'  mother told mo I  Q neculod flomfoiliinK  * to .fltoady, Imy  norvos wMlVtt ftli'l  chtun tol<l trio to  /oaotriblo'Compound.lam so  thiLnkful 1 did bc������du������o it siren Kthcnca  my wholo synturrr and now X r������<9l per-  ffloftly well and havo a sweet littlb baby  boy/VrrMtt-. J. U. S'Jt'ALia'iit;^ Barioroft,  "��������� ������������������������ 4intnri0i ...,���������.'Y.Y... ���������< :..���������.;������������������ i     't!  ,Y'YU    <:������������������::)���������       .   \-.y-: ���������;,"���������;.; ,��������� , ,      ;y       ���������  talco  .W..-, N.   -.U.' '1844'  .* ������������������ ,.    ���������  ��������� ii   i.   ������������������ i   '' '��������� Si' .; ,'���������' t  mean late hours.  There  are enough ; 5  late hours in the life of the average ; ss  doctor, without adding to them \n \ g  society." ,^Y. \^'tA /"' ]���������������  "He  will  certainly escape  society   g  in Wickfield!" smiled ClVarrhin.n. j B  "Which is what he wants, and j S  what brings me 'back.to'.'niy..starting j g  point/' the old man continued. "The j.g  boy Is doing well. The Wickfield  people like and rospect hica., He  understands them, arid takes hold as  I'd hoped he would. SoYtkougli  course he doegn't guess It, when triy1  tinio cpmes, Chaiimian, ho will inherit  what little I have to.'teavo: a roof  over his head; an offtce that folks  are used to coming to; and the trust  of ray f reads' ��������� and;.' patients. 'So 'you;  needn't worry about leavIng hiln without an ofllce if you arid fCSraridma decide to incite tho change. I-Ie'li be  providoa for; AH !ho noods) is a good  wifof and1 I'm wondering.  ..."  Tho doctor paused/ turning to look  at Charmian so;,imfcontly ��������� that hor  ; col ot; rose. /,'.'.; ,''''.'l/'v; ���������/.';'���������''���������; .  /:, ,VTliorj������'',i 'oio'"' photographs ''of,; t#o'  porfoct .peacrios i on rils bureau; arid;  acoording to Graaclmw,, another, In hia  watch!"' 'who'- retorted lightly.-:���������- ��������� "-'  .>; '"And" whrit IS" tb_ro ih 1}M :heart,  my dear?" asked the old.man.  .. - ��������� "How, who uld ��������� I know.?." ��������� ���������' ��������� >' ���������  "���������WoH,7   ������ald   tho   doctor,   shaking  Ii_������.(;b<H*4'', i'^ ''^"'r-di-blloodcd., young1  f ollcny ;riiiMi ,���������' 1 lyo' inid oi1';1 ,tno' ��������� pairio.; roof  ;jwitb;J<Jli^|mlan;''-0^ '������ibt' And  HOnioiUiuj^'/lh hlw uukrt, I" w������ mia-  itakon.' Ho Hlipuld have boon on liin  kj^oofl toJIwr bofore thUi/' . : ,i  . Oaanrilun,-au&-iod,.ttH bU_ -������japoiicl-  od: "I tindorHtuncI that thoy don't do  it  that way ..th oao  days J   ^Vnd I've  ws  Invest in WINDOLITE Windowa and you will be repaid a  hundredfold in the health o^f your Poultry and Livestock  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS    SUBSTITUTE  MADE     IN     ENG__ANI>     SINOB   IMI    ON     ORIG1NAI.     PATIENTS  This unbreakable glass substitute ia  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit;  will v/itjitttaiid extreme chang-es in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet/ but  '.C^T^I^Nv,-.  YOUK )LOgf91CB .  'B_r^NS^^INi������  c-iY^;'  ;jY".  '���������r; ���������! ;  S  tMM������  allows the fujl sunlight to enter, Including the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Raya,   which   do   not  peBietrate   ordinary  (gd������RH.  WINI10IJ1TE  IN  BROODER  ,./'/, iioirsissO  'X^VINO PI-NS-'  : ^titv iBAiiNs.;;  ; 'buniiqoms '"'  S3.  i  ��������� ! ' Ci na^iflti'breed era of "poultty and.Hveat'Ock'ai^/fiAding^V^ii^dolite m rriost'SatiBfactory  and profitable investment/ Young chickens, and turkey a are entirely 'ttthe lro������fi leg wcak-  ncBa nnd.diHesme and will thrive in confinement; under Windolite.,.. Windolite 'cornea m rolhi  'any IcngtVi, b'ui'36 inches wide only.  Distributors: JOHN  A, .CHANTLER & CO., LTD.  i 61 Wellington SL W.  "     - ' ���������     .-.        - --"    TORONTO, OHT.  ^iiMiimiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiHm^  7^:  '���������:���������':> i.  m  "'.���������>������������������'i ���������;.!:���������  limililMl  mm  wm  _������  ^ttBlbMi'^ffiMlfll^^^^ TIH.   DIU-STOiN   KJSV1J-W  1  _  i  Commencing SATURDlY,  JUNE 28th, and continuing  TEN DAYS, we are offering^  Grand Theatre  |;Vn iss -./..ill  ?^fflB^3'aSifl|ii?  r-i-  rink _in.l CinsrhfiiiiR  Charle&KBuddy) Rogers  *    '   .  \ ��������������������������� ���������  " River ri Balance'  withtMARY BR!AN  Ad venture! Youth! Love! Iii  the* colorful, gallant South!  With two charming screen  sweethearts and a powerful  cast.of well-known players.*  Rogers as the lovable, swaggering, notorious Col. Blake.  SB S        _B^__      H  __ ____         SS "^1      @MS  gn__h ���������__���������' --''    ESS 'SS  ���������   ���������  E3    ____. mmmmm\ ���������          mmmmk^-mmmmm.���������,     '-w&i--' MS*  Pi    .1"    ��������� ������ H     -rag-.    ^Y  BHV&H '   - _S             SSbEi SS'' .. u-__S3_3.:   ���������tSs^...'  it ii n h ni a  at  G  i  at  These a.e English goods and are offered you at just  about half price. Full range of colors, but buy early to  be sure of getting the exact pattern you have in mind.  DryGoodsg Groceries  FHOSE 3    Furniture, Hardware  Local and Personal  -���������   ��������� i   ���������   .n.-i  H.I....H    ,.'   -���������  .....-���������il..i.l   ������������������ ���������_.���������-���������-.--.i..-��������� ���������   .,-.,.   iMiiiiuiim-.    I        ���������  Oreston Board of Trade has ita July  session on Tuesday night.  The village council meets in regular  July session on Monday night. ,  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers were motor  visitors to Cranbrook, Monday.  FOR SALE���������Democrat, an good shape,  going cheap*.  Albert Stewart, Creston. -  Christ Church Sunday School is discontinued for the summer months of July  FOR SALE���������Mower, Massey-Harris,  in good shape. M. Gaike (Crosthwait  Banch), Creston.  Mrs. D. Speers of Cranbrook is a Creaton visitor this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Miss Mary Lewis of Trail is here on a  holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Frank Lewis.    <*--  lor Next TEN Days;  While they last we are offering /  220  Yards  of  the  well-known WASH  ' '.-:  WELL GlNCiHAlv! ;  which  sells  regularly at 50c.  yard!,     at     HALF PRICE���������       v'"4-  25c. yard.  Colors guaranteed fast. For Dresses, Aprons,  etc., .you will never have another opportunity  such as this. JBuy nbw to avoid disappointment.  \  ww'ww'v'w w^"yi"������ ��������� *��������������������� ^'m i������-vwv^'v  'y'f^'t'i'f ^'w^'v^' y^-.y ' .������������������������'������������  HintFfBMYAIBD Dftf*l/CT  inere  is  just one place where money really  belongs���������in the pockets of the people who  have earned it. And we are doing our share  to keep as much of it there as possible. By  careful buying���������by stopping waste���������-by using  the most modern and economical methods, we  are able to offer quality merchandise at better  prices. And this means more of our customers' money stays right in their own pockets.  Misses Jean, Olive and Sarah Ryckman are spending the holidays with relatives at Cranbrook.  ui-chanic  ������S  MERCANT  CO-MPANY.'   LTD.  E  Greston Valley Co-Operativs Assn.  GRESTON Two Stores ERICKSON  A~i^--* .^���������*-*..*-A- -__---.-_--_-,.-- . _-.-_ifc--fc.---L.-.---,---_---_--L-.-w^--L. _w_ a ___.- __���������__.. mt*-*- T A--^'aiirvnid-iai_-i uik* _-m--lj __n4  mmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmm*tm^  QUALITY and SERVICE  A^8iQii K!nn  01C  t  na  -PHONE a o  dirvci  ������  For quality and service we are handling  nothing but good Steer BEEF, VEAL,  PORK, LAMB.  We also carry a full line  Cooked and Smoked Meats  FRFSH  PISIH  SALMON,   HALIBUT,   COD  The house of good eats an moats.  We Her-ve you with a smile!  Ait.   speaeer,  zoreman  Creston Motors, is spending the week  with friends in Spokane.  The July meeting of Creston and District Women's Institute will be held on  Friday afternoon next. 1,1th.  FOR SALE���������Young .pigs, sis weeks  old, $5.50 each. Also two brood sows.  Bert Yerbnry, Camp Ulster.  ��������� '        ��������� ���������" v   . .' ' ���������.'.'  Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Loucks and children  of Cranbrook are visitors here this week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rose.  Miss Beatrice French, who has been  a visitor the past week with Mr. and  Mrs. T. Goodwin, left for home on Tuesday. ... '._. ? ;:,:. ;i   ���������   ���������.  FOUND���������-In Creston, about June "2 6,  ladies' wrist watch. Q/wner can have  same on proving property at Review  Office.  Creston Motors report the sale of the  latest in 1930*Plymouth coupes to J.'F.  Rose, who took delivery at the end of the  week.  Miss Pnyllis Foxall,ledgerkeeper at  the Imperial Bank, is back at work after  two weeks' vacation at her Jhome at  Wynndel.  Sandpoint had things all' their own  way in the league baseball game on Sunday afternoon, Creston suffering a 16 to  5 defeat.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Robinson of Assin-  iboia, SaBk., are here on a visit with the  former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.  Robinson.  Vital statistics for June show the Valley to have had two births, four deaths.  and one marriage.   Of tho new citizens  one was a boy.  .."��������������������������� ���������l-  Miss Wade, teacher of Division 3 of  Creaton school, left yesterday for her  home at 01o\r_rdale, where she will spend  tha holidays, -  Miss Mary Murrell, who hn~ been  attending an art school at Victoria for  f~* m '     ,fj|        ���������-       'l  v^irestoii5 riotei  w>w ,w.w.w firt'fT^T-fTT T-.>'"j,v,g|g'g,?'������,f'������'������'>'������'*'������'������'<r'*'*'*'>  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  Heating Company  1  w.  Can supply you with anything you  need   in   the   General   Blacksmith,  Plumhing and Heating^line.     ' v  We carry a complete line of Bathroom Fixiures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Range Boilers, Pipe's  arfd any kind, of .Pitting, Eavetrough, Soil  Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c. w  ���������'%-._.. r__'."'  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you^the very hest  of service, as,we have the Stock, we; have the Tools,  .and ������we; have the men who can do the work.  ��������� ' :-&TESEK'SrriEtTJe ������������������&��������� reed  m* ii. A .i -ll- _fc ��������� Aw i-L- A i Mi ���������__>��������� ^���������li^iri f_ni-ir^in _frln i^rrfr^- rf*"in      ir *---A---^fc- ___~_m-.-_--,-_-_.__t.-.---.-.-K-.--k-.i-kt-.-m.-..__.--_-_���������-_--��������� .^-L^-t^^^^^^-^4^  i  JACK VANHOKN, MnnaKer.  Meals at all Hours  Towecoa, ���������; CSxavisZtes  ICE CREAM   ���������  Chocolate*  k>   gjrtr 11  the past few month-, arrived home at the  end of the week, V  LOST���������Juno 25, between W.H. Crav/-  ford'a corner and my ranch, boK containing tools. Reward to finder. T. Goodwin, Creaton.  D A. MacDonald, who haa been at  coast points the past three months on  C.P.R. tie inspection work, arrived home  at the end of the week.  Miss Gladys Webster of the consolidated school teaching Btoff, Michel, arrived on Saturday to spend the holiday-  at her home in Creaton.  FOR SALE���������At a bargain: 12 acta cf  coil bed springs; 2 beds complete; ono  %' bed new; econd hand McClory  rungc, ot Commercial Hotel.  J. G. Farris, superk_t-ncent for Creaton Power & Light Company, was a  business visitor at tho old homo town of  C ottonwood, Idaho, thin week.  ���������  Rov. H. XL Cribb leift by motor on  Monday for Now Woatmlnstor, whoro he  Spina Mrs. Cribb and the children and  will remain for, the month o! July.  Dr. G. G. McKonzio, dentist, wishoo to  announce that ho haa opened hia new  dental office nnd Ih now ready for hunl-  nc������HH.   Phone 10 for appointments.  Tho annual meeting of Creston school  district ta announced for Saturday tovon-  Infc/July I2th. at the BchoolhouBO, at" 7  o' cl ock. Fred IwwSib Ih the r.tlrl rig truntco.  Dr. and Mra. LllUo, who have boon at  Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, olnco  laat .all, dno to tho toimor'n health,, returned at tho end of tho week from  Blairmore, AHiortn, whoro they havo  boon vlnltlng with tholr son, Dr, Roy  IJllle, who motored hl������ iiarimbH here.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  LlaMngfl BOlloitod.  .   CRESTON,    B.C.  l-liiA w *frl i ^tli iff*T r iTl ��������� ^ in r\ " "t>l il^iffl i llhl��������� _B% m _j_l��������� ____ _i ___l_i __B__i___l*_i Jhitii  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  GET YOUR  WORKDONE  so that it  done!  Modern '/Methods and  Modern   Ecj(uip_nont  mal.o.a dlfferot.ee.'"  OUAEiiNTEED,  Main St* at Barton Ave.  ���������

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