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 c^  ^  VXs*3*  _1 "C*7  /#  .iY^  </  "VOL.   XXII.  CRpSTON, B. C.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22, 1930  No. 25  n _n mi  i S  jD.i,, ana laano  Con������er9Hishways  Engineers of State and Province  .r^i ���������  v_������ja_i ���������.<_;���������  VII  TVT a.-.  1-Ui IU  UJMU  ������5 _t-  auuiu  Road���������B.C. Highway Authorities Timid at Statiog  v__.se.  A wedding of interest here vsss  nized at  Nelson on August 5th, when  S.m Bysouth, only son oi Mr. and  Mrs.  Tom Bysouth, of Princeton, was united  in marriage with the only daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, also of Princeton.  The newelyweds visited with Mr. and  Mrs. Sam Bysouth, uncle and aunt of the  . _���������.������    _>4*   "C. ������_1.__> __L     ___.��������� ���������       ��������� _ _  ftiw" ��������������� - x_u._rt<_uv_n., tcEuriuug  home in Princeton on Friday.  to  JL, ,���������  l/UBlf  &,nsawzg:J&nnson Passes  The executive of Creston Board of  Trade and representative citizens and  business men of Porthill had an important conference with engineers from Idaho  and British Columbia on Friday afternoon in connection with the route of the  North and South Highway between Creston and Rykerts, the outcome of which  was a very definite statement from the  Idaho highways authorities that the  main highway from the south would con  nect with the B.C. link which was built  through-from the Gteo. Hurry corner to  the U.S. boundary last winter. In addition to this definite assurance was given  that next year the much wanted extension  of the highway into Porthill will al<?o be  built.  So far as the local situation is concerned no information was forthcoming as to  what British Columbia intends to do.  With $7000 spent in putting in the turnpike from Hurry's to the Idaho line it is  presumed that route will be used but  Engineer Ramsay, who was at the conference, could make ao deOnite statement  as to what route the road would take  after leaving the Hurry place and heading  toward Creston. Mr. Ramsay, however,  was quite certain no money had been  appropriated as yet for further work on  the British Columbia side.  A regrettable feature to the get-together was that although wired assurance  was to hand that Mr. Dixon, district  enginee- in East Kootenay, would attend  and represent the minister of public  works, Mr. Dixon, while present, remain-  silent throughout the deliberations, assert  ing that this work was in West Kootenay  and it was incumbent upon Engineer  Ramsay to do the talking. Mr. Ramsay,  ih m turnE declined to; commit himself,  - eSslSiiiijg _;_ hadroadbed:Creat4h due to a  telephone Tssssase Yhs ���������������������������hJg^v*:'T_^_������dviat'.  to attend, but giving him no" hmirwhat-  ever as to what was to take place.  In bold contrast to this hesitancy on  the part of the B1C authorities, J. S.  Woods of Boise; state hishwa commia-  sioner for Idaho, gave a clear cut. statement of ease of the whole highways situation in the United States, and made it  quite clear that Idaho had not even called for tenders on this piece of the North  and South Highway* until May, 1930s  whereas the B.C. link from Hurry's was  completed early last winter, thus very  definitely establishing the responsibility  for the point of entry into the U.S. two  , or three miles oast of Porthill.  Col. Nallandaiue, president of the  board of trade, was in charge of the  gathering, and the case for the K.V. link  between Creston and Porthill was ably  presented by C. F. Hayes, C. O. Rodger*.  S. A. Speeds, Geo. Johnson and Frank  Putnam, while H. A. French, T. O'Meara  and John Anderson spoke on behalf of  Porthill.  Engineers Dixon of Cranbrook, and  Ramsay of Nelson, were prenent as representing British Columbia, and Along  with highways commissioner Woods,  were his assistant engineer, Mr. Ad mile,  and L.J. Chaffing, who has charge of  highways in the northern counties of  Idaho. E. B. Camp of Bonners Ferry,  was also in attendance.  Erlcfom&n  Mr. Whitford of Cranbrook, the Raw-  leigh man, made the rounds of the district last week.  Erickson Anglican Sunday school  scholars united with Christ Church, Creston, for the annual picnic on Wednesday  afternoon at the second bend of Goat  River.  Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith of Kimberley, were visitors here a few days last  week.  Mrs. Doddsane Helen returned from  Cranbrook at the end of the week, where  they have been visiting friends.  Mrs. D. MacDonald and family of  Greenwood, who have been visiting with  her parents, Mr. and Mra, Geo, Cartwright. left on Friday for Invermere to  visit her sister, Mrs. Frank Staples.  Donald Patinol, who has been visiting  his aunt, Mrs. Lee Heric, left for his  home in Cranbrook on Saturday.  Miss Ruth Cartwright left on Friday  on a visit with friends at Kimberley.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. MacDonald. who  have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.  Bundy, left for their home in Summer-  land at the end of the week.  After a somewhat lingering illness  death came to Emmett Ludwig Johnson,  who passed away at an early hour on  Wednesday morning, at the age of 43  years. Deceased was a native of Sweden,  coming to Canada in 1911, to fake up a  homestead En Saskatchewan, where he  continued to reside until 1920. when he  moved to Creston and has baen a resident here ever since, purchasing what Is  known as the Parker ranch, opposite the  Arrowsmith place along, the K.V., some  years ago. The funeral took place on  Thursday afternoon and at the express  request of deceased the burial service  was-read by Mr.i,A. Comfort, and the  funeral private. In addition to a widow  two daughters, Sally and Mabel, and  two Bons, Holger and Emmett, are left to  mourn the passing of a devoted husband  and father, and Ythe sympathy of all  goes out to them in their sad bereavment  Mr. and. Mrs. B. Johnson were - motor  ���������visitors at Kimberley the past week, making the trip by motor.  Miss Grace Randall, a former teacher  at Kitchener, is renewing acquaintances  here this week, a guest of Mrs. Hunt.  Miss Eme Arrowsmith of Creston was  a visitor with her sister, Mrs. E.  Driffil.  Co-0p_ racsiic  Successful Affair  Mrs. W. H. Kemp  the middle of thejweeki  Slrtt&r  Norman   Backus  spent  with Nelson friends.  the weekend  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bysouth of Princeton are on an extended visit with Mr.  and Mrs. Sam Bysouth at Kuskanook.  Mr. and Mrs. Cosman and daughter,  Florence, with Miss Clara Teal of Medicine Hat, are spending their vntation at  Sirdar.  Mr. nnd Mr*, Gillie, Mr. Crosby and  Miss Daisy Rogers wero Bonners Forry  visitors on Saturday. ���������  Miss Dorothy Hicks, who has boon  visiting with her sister .and brother-in-law  Mr. and Mrs. Gillie, for tho past six  weeks, returned to hor homo on Saturday  at Slimns, Wash.  Mrs. Com returned on Monday from  a visit at Nelson, whoro she was tho  guest of her daughter for ������ Cow days.  Mr. and Mrs. Hlckoy nnd Ml������s Pas-  cuiszonnd Mr. McDonald wore Bonners  Ferry visitortt on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Paseuz-o nnd Miss  Annio wore Gmnbroolc vlnitoro last weak,  returning on Sunday  Mr. and Mr������. Donnea wero Creaton  visitors on Saturday.' Mra. Dixon nnd  MrB. Talert-o woro ut the motropolta tho  t>ame day.  etty left at  **&... i^visit ,;'W-th  WHs's   Margaret    Reid    cf ^Maeieodr  Alberta, is a  visitor here at present, a  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bundy.  Jean Heric who, has been visiting  Yahk friends for some weeks, returned  on Saturday, accompenied by her friend,  Marcella Nedlick.  Mrs. Bamford is a L'ster visitor this  week, a guest of Mrs. John Bird.  Miss Dora Healy, who has been at  Vancouver for the past year, arrived  home on Tuesday.  Sidney Scott, who has been holidaying  at Cranbrook, arrived home at the end  of the week.  Mrs. UdaU and danghter of Boisevain,  Man., who have been guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Putnam, left for home at the first of  the week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Hindman of Portland,  Ore., are visitors with the latter's parents'  Mr; and Mrs. J. M. Craigie,  R. J. and W. R. Long are Cranbrook  visitors this week, where they are attending the the Shriners" ceremonial in that  town.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carr and children  are motor visitors to Spokane this week,  leaving on Tuesday. ;  Long, Allan & Long, Limited, moved  their first- carload shipment at the first of  the week. It waa loaded heavy to mixed  fruits and some tomatoes. Scott Fruit  Company, Limited, also commenced carload shipping from hero this week.  MIIgg Slaling  George Willis and Joe Miller left at  the end of the week for Stavely. Alberta,  district, where they will eemain for harvest ad threshing operations.  Dick Smith had the bad luck to have  one of his hors������>s killed on Monday, when  it was struck by tlh.e eastbound train at  the McMurtrie crossing.  Mrs. McDougall of Yahk was here for  the weekend with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Jonn Kelly.  It is currently reported that the trustees  have engaged Jobs?Free of Rossland to  take charge of Ali������?e Siding school for the  coming term." "Y-:'  W. H. Reed is now doing his travelling  by auto, having just purchased a closed  Ford from R. S. Bevan.  Miss Els a Willis is on a visit with  Erickson friends tabl s week.  Kenneth, the.sl^ung.son o! Mr. and  Mrs. G. S. He^^^.. is ar patient in St.  ;l__^eneph^gir__^ - he  underwent^an operation -lasjt week, and  is doing nicely. Y r-  Remembered with Flowers  ���������*i      _������  ThoBe remembering with flowers in the  death of Mrs. A. G. Samuelson,- whoso  funeral took place on Wednesday last  were; Johnson's nnd fondly, brother Otto  Johnson. Ludvlg and Annio Moberg and  Eddie and VEc, Canyon Ladies' Aid, Mr.  and Mrs. Jas- Eatcmnn, Mr. and Mrs.  A. Wickholm, Mm Loworlson and Mrs.  Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. H. An eraon, Mr,  nnd Mra. l_olthat..m_r. Bond children,  Mr. and Mrs, Halstoadnnd Mr. and Mrs.  Lnngston, Mrs. and Mrs. MclCobb, Mrs.  Cook nnd Lily, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bond,  Mr. and Mrs. Sonrle, Mr. and Mrs. P.  Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Erickson nnd Kmil,  Borgron's and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy  Browell, Mr. and Mrs. Gartlitnel, John  Nygaard, and family, Mr. nnd Mrp.  Hicltoy, Mr. and Mrs. Hurl and Beanie,  Mr. nnd Mm. Humble, Mr. and .Mrs.  SUphonH, M.h. Bufcomnn ami i-Jlaao,  Mr, and Mrs Kjermtad, Mr. nnd Mrs.  Wesllng, Mr. nnd Mra Noiiguior. Mr,  and Mrr. Hwyo*. Mr, nnd Mm, Wick-  afcrorn, G. ICifor, Leonard Olson, in Friend,  Mr, and Mrs. Holmes, Wardnor.  KstiGh&ner  Mrs. Chas. Anderson, who has been a  patient in St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook  has arrived home.  Miss Esther. Nelson off Cranbrook 3s  spending her holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson.  Mrs. Viau and children of Park Siding  are guests of Mrs. C. Foisy this week,  Mrs. Manuel of Creston is spending a  few days here, a guest of Mrs.   Senesael.  Mrs. C. Senesael, Marcel Senesael and  Misses   Vera   and   Hazel   McGonegal,  Mrs. and Miss Kate Payne of Creaton,  motored to Spokane on Monday.  Mrs. P. Molande. was a visitor in  Cranbrook this ���������week, a guest of her  daughter, Mrs. Slean.  SmI&mt&S*  Birth���������On August 16th. to Mr. and  Mrs. D. J. McKee, a daughter.  Birth���������On August 16th, to Mr.; and  Mrs. A. Domke, a son.  Miss Hazel Hobden returned at the  end of the week from a holiday vacation  at Vancouver, and this week is on a visit  with her sister,. Mrs. Whittaker, at Cranbrook.  Little Miss Joan Langston is away on  a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. Burrows, at Winnipeg, Man=  H. C. Sparrow left on Saturday for  Winnipeg, Man., in which city he is to  meet the future Mrs. Sparrow, with the  marriage to take place at the Manitoba  capital. After a visit at Calgary, Alberta,  the newlyweds expect to reach Lister  about the end of the month.  Mrs. Bert Yerbury was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days last week.  J. L.   Whitford,   the   Rawleigh  man,  from Cranbrook was a business visitor in  the area this week. ���������    u  Jim Martin of Cranbrook was a visitor  with Col. and Mrs. Lister a couple of  days last week,  Sidney Fisher of Nelson is holidaying  here, a guest oi Wallace Sinclair.  Misses Agnes   and   Margaret  Sinclair  are holidaying at Nelson, guests  of Mr.  and Mrs-. Walter Fisher.  "Mrs. 'Bamfdrd"br Nelson.,is ���������a; visitor  herfraf. presents a guest of Mr. and Mrs.  John Bird."  Roy McKenzie of Nelson, who has  been holidaying with Aruhur Hurry, left  for home on Wednesday.  A marriage of much interest at Lister  took place at Trinity United Church,  Nelson, on Thursday evening last, when  Miss Doris May3 daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. H. Yerbury, was wedded to Charles  Frederick Neumann off Spokane. The  bride was given in marriage by her  mother, with Miss Margaret Muir as  bridesmaid and Arthur Lane supporting  the groom. After the ceremony there  was a supper and reception at the home  of Mrs. Nicholson, and the next morning  Mr. and Mrs. Neumann left on atrip to  Pincher Creek, Alberta. We understand  they will make their home in Spokane,  and they hnve the best wishes of all for a  happy wedded life.  Children Turn Out Very Large  Numbers���������Sports are Keenly  Contested ��������� Youngsters Dispose ot 1000 Ice Cream Cones  Whilst some of the regulars amongstJ  the grownups were shy at taking a chance  at an outing on the unlucky 13th the  date had no terrors for the youngsters,  who were out in larger numbersttan ever  for the annual picnic of Creston Valley  Co-Operative Associasion at the. second  bend of Goat River on Wednesday of last  week. The weather was perfect and  with the usual line of sports, plus swinging and wading, plenty to eat and drink  and more tean 1000 ice cream cones distributed free of charge, there is no occas-  on to remark that an enjoyable time  was had. The winners in the races and  other sports events were.  Children under 7 years���������Ethel McLaren. Sarah Ryckman.  Girls, from 8 to 10���������Maisie Ferguson,  Zina Bohm r.  Boys, S to 10���������Bernard Connatty,  Irwin Nickel.  Girls 11 to 12���������Olive Connatty, Ruth  -Norman Nickel, Ray-  -Minnie Huseroft,  3-leg���������Doris Fer-  H  Nursery Stock!  hSSSSSSS*  For maximum yields of  highest' quality ffrtsfit you  must plant the best Nursery  stock.  Our Fruit Tree stock is all  on new ground���������never raised  nursery stock before.  We expect to have I the  best stock ever put out. i  "RICHARED"  DELICIOUS  our specialty.  We can supply anythitaftin  Fruit Trees, 'Royes. Ornamental Stock, etc.  ���������C3 rvny* /������(���������>������������  l&^Ok ____������_  -ur\^-JLCA������-lC_r  ta  GRESTON  Jtispre������*ntina ~& ��������������� Ntariniri** Co*  G&nyon GSty  Ernest Langston of Coalhurst, Alberta,  was a weekend visitor with Mrs. Langston, who has spent the past six weeks  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Halstead.  He returned on Monday nccompaniei by  MrB. Langston and children.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Hurl and daughter,  Bessie, left at jthe end of the week for  Mossleigh, Alberta, where their son,  Myles, is In business, and where they  will reside in future. Prior to leaving  the ladies' aid of the United Church presented Mrs. Hurt with an appropriate  gift, in recognition of her effort in church  activities.  Mr, nnd Mrs. Jos. Pepperdine have  returned to'Calgary, Alberta, after their  usual visit with Mr. and Mrs. J s. Bate-  man.  Word has jiiBt come from our old friend,  Geo. DavEo from Rossland. He ia working at the Allan Hotel tn that city nnd  likes hia new location fine.  Hilton Young got bnck at the end of  tho week from a two weeks* motor  vacation on which ho accompanied It is  bmlclier from . Vancouver on a trip to  Edmonton and Vermillion, Alrertn. He  states that on tlio heavier boIIh. and on  nummerfnllow tho wheat crop looks well  up to nvorago,  Di.cl.esK apples are harvested in this  Boction, nnd given -a little rnin nnp a cool  spoil the Wealthy^ will take on the needed color and bo ready for picking. TSi^y  aro of excellent mEko.  Mr. und Mm, Knot., with M.hhoh  Muriel and Frances, heve juiit been heard  from.   Thay are now tn Colorado, aftor  CSm   Boys, 11 to 13  mond Bevan.  Girls 14 and over-  Edith Faulkner tie.  Girls, 12 and under,  guson and Ruth _,,  Margaret Huseroft  Boys, 12 and under, 3-leg���������Raymond  Bevan and Norman Nickel, Irwin Nickel  and Bernard Connatty.  Boys standing jump, 12 and under���������  Douglas Alderson, Godfrey Vigne.  Girls high jump���������Minnie Huseroft.  Edith Faulkner.  Girls, 15 and over 3-ieg���������Nellie Payne  and Phyllis McDonald, Margaret Miller  and Olive Connatty.  Boys, 1_ and over. 3-leg���������Raymond  Bevan and Norman .Nickel. Harold Me-  'Ls.efe'and':Wni^erKUs6n.-.': "/���������'������������������   . ;���������/���������   -  The athletic features were ably handled  by T. Goodwin and W. J. Truseott, with  JVM Craigie, president of theassociatian  distributing the prizes. Teddy Haskins*  brew of the Co-Op's "Very Special"*  blend of orange pekoe was highly praised  by all the ladies, and judging by the way  the yonngsters disposed of the lemonade  Edward had this beverage very nicely  balanced as between water and lemons  and sugar.  a two weeks' visit with Jeff at Snoqualme,  Wrsh., and a stop at Salt Lake City,  Utah.  Wynnttol  Mr. and Mrs. Towson left last week  for a holiday at Willow Point, where they  are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Middleton.  Mrs. Vic. Johnson was a Nelson visitor  last week.  Mrs. VanKougnet of Boswell is a visitor here a guest of Miss E. Hagen.  Work has commenced on the Institute  quilt,  commencement  taking place on  Friday last when a bee was held.  Mrs.'R. Uri left last week for JNeison  where she spent a few days.  Mrs. B. Murgatroyed and daughter.  Peeey. of Revelntoke, who hnve been,  visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Bathie,  left on Tuesday for Cranbrook.  With continued fine weather haymak-  crc are very buoy. Mosquito.b and deer  flics are very bad this year.  A meeting was hold on Monday, with  Ettas TJrt in the chair, at which fl.teen  roeldents were present and the matter of  building a community hall waa discussed.  It was decided to form a company and  sell|shares at a proposed price of $10  Those present are to find out tho general  feeling toward the proposal.  Tno8frc^^������3*5 -Tiij&LB&aiyp  George Bancrost  .n  M  The Might  FOX NEWS.  COMEDY. -&  THE   BEVI_-TW_   ���������BESTON,   B.   G,  I  MM*  Saluda ������range ' F41u������e Slemd  *F:_resti ������sr������������ f be gardens*  Tke Russian IVienace  Soviet Russia presents a menace to Great Britain, Canada, the United  States, in fact, to all countries which depend for their prosperity upon a  world export trade. The Russian menace of today is not one of impending  ���������war fought by armies and navies, rifles, caniton, tanks, bombs and. aircraft,  but of a great economic struggle Cor world trade, and of the countries most  likely to be seriously affected by such a struggle the British Commonwealth  of Nations, and the United States come first.  Prior to the Great War it was frequently contended that wars between  nations were brought about by armament manufacturers and captains of  industry seeking; territory within which they might enjoy more or less  exclusive rights- of trading. The Great War itself, -was, in the final analysis,  caused by Germany's ambition to secure larger work! markets and a greater  colonial empire. The German navy was created for the express purpose of  challenging the British navy with, this very object in view. Germany failed,  but in the Great War the old Russia of the Czars disappeared, and in its  place there has arisen the Soviet Republics dominated by the communist  workers.  Agrictsltural Wealth Of Can&da  Gross Agricultural Wealth Of-Dominion Nearly Eight Billion Boliars  The   gross  agricultural  wealth ,oi  Caiiada for 1929 is estimated at ap-  proxii^tely':;?7,������78,6_a|pp6.M, a sum-.  mary published recently by the Na-.  tional Revenue Department.  Last .year the total revenue from  agriculture    was    $1,667,213,000. ���������  of  which Ontario accounted for $509,-  _a_,000, Quebec, $320,422,000; Saskatchewan, ?309,308,���������t00; Alberta,  $228,589,000; Manitoba, ?13-,095,000;  Britiah Columbia, $55,235,000; Nova  Scotia, $43,558,000; New Brunswick,  $39,854,000, and Prince Edward Island, $26,723,000.  The two principal Items which go  to make up the total of agricultural  , revenue are Held onions, valued at  $������79,750,000, and dairy products with  an estimated value of $290,000,000.  Farm animals are third with a value  of $210,437,000, and poultry .and eggs  fourth with a value of $109,310,000.  . f _:XTr-0f\'...  /.'l^.mhJwm..;*' mm** t'aJ.Vv'- '*g'.'  ..Her.Three Chllcireii  Troubled With Diarrficea'  ^.'  lafrB.-_.Q0 Lapoiato/YLsurier., Man., writes :���������'������������������ My  "'", thjfoo youngest children- were very,bad' with diiir-hcra.  i'I-eriedali- kinds c_r remedies, until a -kin*? 'old lady  tola, me to' try Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Btraw-  ;   berry.    I got a bottle right' away and started giving  it   to   thorn,   aad   tho   next   dny   tho   diarrhea   had  atopped altogether.    Now  I  will know.-what  to  do  ���������whon.   any  of  my ' children  are  troubled   t&nt   way  again."'  On tho market for the past 85 years; put wp only  by Tho T. Mil _ vim" Co., litd., TorQTite^ Ont,  Was Run Down  Now Well Again  Takes  Pleasure In Recommending Dr, Williams' Pink Pills  Live Stock Sales  New System Of Reporting:... Sales and  Prices Has Been Applied  A new system, of reporting, live  stock sales and prices has been put  Into effect In the Stock Yard and  Market Reporting- Services of the  Dominion Live Stock Branch. The  purpose of the new system, is to  afford a more adequate indication  of sales and prices in relation to  beef cattle coming- on the * market.  The principal change brings to the  top of the list the section of "beef  cattle ia greatest demand, providing  Halibut Being Depleted  Warning Is Issued Regarding Si-������_������-  tion In the North Pacific  Warning that the great halibut resources in the north Pacific were rapidly being depleted, was conveyed to  Canada and -the United States in a  special bulletin issued by the international halibut commission and released at Victoria by Chairman John  P. Babcock,  The report states that immediate  cessation does not seem imminent  but that it is no longer possible to  believe  that  the  yield is permanent  To the woman in the home illness  The Soviet leaders are absolutely ruthless in their methods. Inspired by | 3s almost a calamity. Many a woman  the ideals of fanatics, and spurred on bv a belief that their ideas of govern- j keeps  on with  her household  duties  ies leading to freedom of the masses as opposed   ^et\sh?  is\ feeU"-   ���������ady to drop.  i    ,    - 1 Her head aches,  she  is  easily tired,  a   clear   indication   of   the   volume j because it has been maintained until  and price range of the popular light j the present time,  cattle,  and providing the    producer  with a more adequate indication  of  grade   and   price   than was  possible  ~J*  is depressed and nervous and has no  appetite. In a word she ������s anaemic  and badly,- needs help���������the health-  help that "only Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills can give her. These pills make  rich, red blood which brings new  strength and energy to weak,  despondent sufferers. Concerning  them, Mrs. Paul Rail, Coin du Banc,  Que., says: "I was badly run-down,  slept poorly, and awoke as tired as  j when  ���������-������-.  "���������CJt   A Year's Work  A year's  work in the division  cf  cheraistrv^ of    the   department  of  ment are the onij- right on*  to all other forms of government which they hold are under the control of  the hated capitalist classes. To the Soviet leaders all methods are right and  fair if they will serve to accomplish, their purpose. Hence the nature of the  economic struggle now confronting" the world.  Having seized the property cif all the landed and capitalist classes "of  Russia, having declared, *t a crime for any person in Russia to hold views  contrary to those of the Soviet authorities, and having imposed ultra-  eommitnlstic ideas upon the whole of Russia, the Soviet leaders are now  utilizing and working these seized, of stolen, properties with what is to all  intents and purposes convict labor. And if there is any shortage of such  labor, thousands more are made readily available by trumped-up charges of j was poor  and  I  felt miserable.    _   I  treason  or  disobedience  to  the  Soviet,  and without  trial  are  thrown  into $������������k six boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink  _ . . Pills and    tney completely    renewea  forced labor camps.                                                                                                     . my health."  Coal, puipwood, agricultural  products, notably wheat, produced under Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills  are  sold  such conditions at a cost, against which the producers of no other country by all medicine dealers or by mail at  can successfullv compete, are now beginning to be thrown into the markets *>u  c^n*-s  & box froni The  Dr.  Wil-  ���������^,             -,,*-.          _           ~ ^            y,      _ *           - -r,      -             i.          . liams   Medicine Co., Broekville. Ont.  of the world.    Some tens of thousands of tons of Russsan coal have been  shipped into Canada; scores of shiploads of Russian puipwood are being sent  to the United States to enter into competition with Canadian puipwood, pulp  and paper; Russian wheat is going to England where it displaces hard  Canadian wheat as it is largely of the same,hard variety.  And this is only the beginning. The Russian Soviet Government has  expended hundreds of million:; of dollars within the last few years in the  purchase of the most up-to-date agricultural machinery. It has granted  concessions to Henry Ford to establish a great plant for tho manufacture of  tractors in that country; it has engaged the services of tlie most noted  railway and agricultural experts to direct operations in Russia; it has sent  commissions of its own experts to foreign lands, and more particularly to  Canada and the United States, to study methods of transportation and  marketing,.���������all with a view to making an aggressive bid for the trade-of  the world, and based on methods and costs of production with whicli other  countries with their greater liberty of the individual and higher standards  of living cannot begin to compete.  Such, in brief outline. Is the serious nature of the menace to Canadian  and United States business in the Russian situation. United States labor  and United  States indus'trial'sts are strongly battling the unfair Russian  competition.    Canada must do likewise, for while a country may be willing-  to face the competition of other countries, both at homo and abroad, upon  equal  terms, no country can compete with conditions such  as those now  prevailing in Russia ancl .survive.    It Is apparent that Russia, having failed  in its political attempts to sovictizo the world, has now embarked upon an  economic conquest.  Under these circumstances, the approaching Imperial Economic Conference,  in  London, England, is  fraught with  greater importance  than  any  previous Empire   Conference,       Hon.  C.  A.  Dunning announced  that  his  budget was an indication   of   tho   spirit   In   which   the   King   .Government  intended to approach that Conference, but the King Government has been  defeated, the responsibility now res-its. with Premier Bennett, in colloboration  with Premier Ramsay  MacDonald,  ancl the  other Dominion Premiers,  to  work out an economic policy for   the   Empire which  will   enable   all   its  component parts to successfully resist the Russian menace, and at the some  time develop   intra-Empirc   trade   to   ita   fullest   possible   extent,   '13very-  Canadian will wish Mr. Bennett well in his important task.  Earthquake Area Extended  Heavy loss. Of Ufe Reported On  Shores Of Caspian Sea  A terrific earthquake killed 500  persons and injured 4,000 others on  the northeast shores of the Caspian  Sea- a Ri**-a dispatch. ^"O *ha ���������* ���������rf>ndrvn  Morning Post states.  The towns of ��������� Tchapaevo and  Vritzky were reported destroyed.  The bodies of 30 children were recovered from the Euins. A children's  home at Tchapaevo was destroyed by  the shocks, the Morning Post report  said.  The dispatch said 200 houses at  Tchapaevo were razed, and ��������� the  church destroyed by the quake.  The Ural River was reported to  have flooded the town.  Persian Balm���������the peerless aid to  loveliness.* . Delightfully fragrant-  Dainty to use. Leaves n.g stickiness.  A little gentle rubbing and it ia  swiftly absorbed by the tissues. Tonic  fn effect. Soothes and dispels roughness and chafing. Keeps skins -soft  and velvet-textured. Unrivalled for  charm, distinction and refinement-  Used by lovely women everywhere to  preserve and enhance their natural  beauty.  ��������� i win i������^M#ai      ���������  ���������-������������������'���������        in  A thousand American chefs have  chosen petit marmite, poiirine de  volaille, pommes-de-terre olivette,  bombe surprise, and Mocha filtre for  their annual banquet.  In other words, soup, fried chicken and hashed potatoes, icecream  and coffee 1  Agriculture, at Ottawa: included the  examination of _,263 samples of  soils, manures and fertilizers, forage plants, fodders and feeding  stuffs, waters, samples of meat and  canned foods, and miscellaneous  subjects, including dairy products  and insecticides.  Relief From Asthma. Who can  describe the complete relief from  suffering which follows the use of  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy?  Who can express the feeling of joy  that comes when.its soft and gentle  influence    relieves      the     tightened,  For    all    Skin  Abrasions���������-���������M-na-������_s.  "���������ll  ������airy Trade With Orient  Following      recent      experimental  shipments of "certified milk from Vancouver to Shanghai and other Oriental points, a regular" service has been  established, shipments being carried  in refrigerator space and being  eagerly sought by European citizens  across the Pacific.  A letter carrier invented the first  screw-propeller for    steamships;   an  undertaker invented the slot-machine  , telephone; and a barber first thought  choking air tubes! Itrhas made asth-   Cf fflre-escape.  matlc affliction a thing of the past  for thousands. It never fails. Good  druggists   everywhere   have   sold   it  I for years.  B.C. Industrial Coiullttosut.  The industrial payroll of British  Columbia, for 192Q, is estimated at  $192,092,249, a new. high record, in  tho annual report of the provincial  department, of labor, the most accurate thermometer of - industrial conditions, in tho province^ as issued.recently. The total is'an uvcrease". of  $8,994,462 over tho 1928 figure.  H0W0NE WOMAN LOST  " I have been taking Krusehen Salts  for nearly 3 months.   I have continued  she*-;  ? mc  s onfid in;warm water  every morning; ^1 then' wfeighed 217  pounds, was always bothered with  pains in my back and lower part of  abdomen and sides.   .  " Now I am glad to say I am a well  woman, feei much stronger, years  younger ancl my weight is 170 pounds.  I do not only feel better but I look  better, so all  my friends say.  **��������� I shall never be"without Kruschcsa  Salts, will never cease taking my daily  dose and more than glad to highly  recommend it for the great good that is  in it."���������Mrs. S. A. Solomon.  "P.S.���������You may think I am  exaggerating by writing such a long  letter but truly I feel so indebted to  you for putting out. such wonderful  salts that I cannot say enough.' *  Deceiving tlie Customer  TfseiHe Berry Boxes Wore Worse Than  tlsff Standard Fate������ Bottoms  Tn the "museum" of the Dominion  Fruit Branch, at Ottawa, in a curio  British CSeneral .Election  Mrs. David Lloyd George, apeak-  ing at a garden party in Wales, pro-  phos'ed that Lhore would be a general  election Sn the coin Ing autumn. Her  he"..rerH wero much intrigued by the  statement, in view of the kay po_I-  of unusual interest.    It :1s a Cull tray , t,f>n  occupied  by the speaker^ liua-  of twelve blueberry boxes, each box ' *M1T1<-1> Liberal opponent In Parliament  of which. Is naarly half-filled with  blocks of board, bibs *oC field trash  and old wood. It was picked up by  the inspection service through the  complaint of n purchaser on ft largo  Kan tern market. To the customer to  whom thane boxora were sold :it was"  a case of "caveat emptor" with n  vengennce,  ZAN-BOK  Olenrs Th������ SkSn Of  ECZEMA &  OttttmrtsH fl*'.' MtftcifalMP 'A. fit  of the Labor Government.  IInvo   Maianrd'N    liniment  shelf.  on   your  Production Of Cordage  According to a roport by tlio Dominion Bureau of Statistics, tho total value of production in the cordage, ropn and twine Industry In 1W2W  was $11,71:18,l.ttfi, Tills comparas with  $:lA8.TO,i>fU in lOSfl, tho incroaaes in  value being $0138,20<t, or 8.84 pen1  cent,,  Miller's Worm Powders were  ��������� devised to promptly relieve 'children  ! who suffer from the , ravages of  worms. It is a simple preparation to  destroy stomachic . and intostlnai  woraiH without shock or injury to  the moat somiitlvc system. They act  thoroughly and painloosly, nnd  though in some cases, they may  caiiHe vomiting, that ia an .indication: \  of their powerful action and not of  any nauseating poperty,  Seedy (reading1) ���������>��������� Boy, Haiilc,  what's or haberdasher? .  Haul?���������What, don't yet know wot  er habordashpr in? Didn't yer ovec  have no lcarnin'? A haberdasher ir-i  or man wld' a habit of dashJn'' about,  W.    Jtf,    U,    lfiCl  lie-"About a hair mile from the  croHnIng ho put on n terrible burst  of Hpood to bout the train to It/'  Hhe -"And did hn |p>������, ������nmnHT"  -H������J "Y>m,   they  put    ono  on    hbi  toinhHtone."  iHMaaflM a_M   %mt *M taVaaW. _l  The Handy Bottle  IVllmtrriVt In tho sure relief in  tlio Handy Bottle. For htrains,  burns, bruises, boils and blisters.  WaMcm Ropretutntalivcar  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK. ittut  KEVT73W.    OKTOTOF,    B.    CX  _ , Made of ptsre matter-  lain. lt������ modern sunlit factories.  No expense spared to have _������  /steas-s wholesome and full flavored������  wX*  la wrapped! and sealed to keep it as  good as when it leaves the factory.  WRIGLEVS is bound to be the best  that men and machines and money  can. make.  The delicious peppe._a_at  flavor freshens the mouth  aadi  Mammoth Seaplane  Consolidated    Aircraft     Corporation  Has Plans For 'Plane To Carry  100 Persons  Construction of a  seaplane, large  enough to carry ,100 persons across  the Atlantic ocean, will be started at  Buffalo shortly, it was announced by  Major Ft. H. Fleet, president of the  ConsolidaCed Aircraft Corporation.  The 'plane,- powered by 16 Curtiss  Conqueror motors, will be equipped  with sufficient- storage tanks to carry  twice aa much fuel &.a wotild be needed for the ocean flight.  Passengers will be able to enjoy  .a 200-foot Btrbll along a promenade  on the ship, Majtor Fleet said, and  there will be 62 staterooms with specially constructed walls to keep out  the roar of the motors.  ****_" Qldai-.luHd_l_BC fltijHSO. T_������_  f3o<s___-Saifa'-������_,_������_ itr^as,^!. ia ������  ndnittu PUes seoa twaHJf B.C. ArUr. Instead  reH������rf- _Hl_a ttaalah. AV_ldftfcatf-.Aildr_g_.B8a.'  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  AUGUST 24  JONATHAN AJSTO DAVID-----.  IfOBI_iS  IPTi-XCNDSHIP  .:  James R. Layton, of the Ontario  Agricultural Development Board.  died at his home, in Toronto, aged 65.  The King conferred the Order of  Commander of the British Empire on  Miss Amy Johnson, at Buckingham  Palace, recently.  A commercial treaty between  Hungary and Roumania has been  signed. It is based upon the most  favored nation policy..  Motor bus competition has caused  the closing recently of 36 railway  stations of one road in England for  iaclc of use.  Mary Pickford, Vilma Banky, and  Rod la Roque, motion picture stars,  will appear in Broadway stage plays  this fall.  A $20,000,000 power development  contract on the Abitibi Canyon site,  65 miles north of Cochrane, on the  T. N. O. Railway, has been let to the  Dominion Construction Company.  The Chinese Press reported that  1,008 persons had died in floods between Peiping and Mukden. Twenty  towns were flooded, 10 bridges washed out and traffic disrupted, it was  said.  John. A. Embry, formerly assistant  commercial attache at Vienna, Austria, has taken up his duties as United States trade commissioner for tho  prairie provinces, at Winnipeg. He  succeeds Charles E. Brookhardt,  transferred to Washington.  El. W. Sheets, of Washington, chief  r>f animal husbandry, United States  Department of Agriculture, said  recently, that the drought has resulted in so much livestock being thrown  on the market for slaughter that the  American dollar buys more meat now  than at any time during the past 12  years.  Make Good Soap  Soviets. Make Toilet Soap From Bats,  Mice and Other Things  Who would have thought before  the days of the Soviet, that dead rats,  mice and marmots would provide  Moscow with a popular toilet soap  called "My Grandmother's Bouquet?"  That is what the corpses of those  creatures are now destined for.  Soap must be made, says the Soviet, from cats and dogs, too. One  cat, boiled down, gives five ounces  of fat, one dog more than a pound.  The dead pets and slain pests of  the community in general will yield,  it is estimated, 5,000 tons of fat for  soap.  Mining Mea Gather A* the Pas  Annual Western Meeting- To He Held  In Northern City  Mining men from east and west  will renew old acquaintances on. Sep- j  tember 2nd, when members of the  Canadian Institute of Mining and  Metallurgy will gather at The Pas,  on th������ occasion of the annual western  meeting which is being held . this  summer In the first city of the North.  Headquarters for the visiting men  Golden Text: "He that nxaketh  many friends, doe'ch it to his' own  destruction; But there is a Friend  that sticketh. closer than a brother."  ^Pxvoverbs 18.24.  liesson: 1 Samuel 18.1-4; 19.1-7;  Chaper 20; 2 Samuel 1.17-27.  Devotional Reading: I Corinthians  13.4.-13  sn  La      ..      /In���������M^tokM      TVT^ 1-1 __. _ 1 '    _>_C1-  .*_���������      w.     %_c__l<_i_a������__     x.q>������v_cui      _%._..*-  ^^^������������������������������������   ���������^   ��������� ���������   ^    ���������   ~     ��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� _ -_- -_ 7^  Winnipeg Newspaper Umo_:  /OAf  ..   A.% .__  ia������aP^agw~^ra-~_MMrciirW^^..^J������arf_rtt  ���������"**���������-    _"  {By   Annebeile   Worthington).  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother Graves'  Exterminator to' give relief. Its  ei-eots are sure and lasting.  Saskatchewan's Exhibit  Saskatchewan's contribution to the  Canadian live bird -exhibit at tho  World's Poultry Congress, in London,  Kngland, is mado up of 33 fowl and  five turkeys according to 1<\ Hodley  Aidd, Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Tho exhibit was assembled at  the University of Saskatchewan.  ways train, which will provide sleeping accommodation together with  dining facilities while the conference  lasts. Side trips to Sherridpis and  Flirt Flon will be made, and the Sher-  ritt-Gordo'n and the Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company mine inspected. ���������������������������������  Among those who have intimated  their    intentions    of    attending   the  meeting are:   L,.   X,.   Boulton,   M.A.,  B.Sc, <* Assistant Deputy Minister of  Mines   for Canada;  C. ET.  AtEwood,  Deputy Minister of Mines and Natural Resources for Manitoba; John Mc-  I-eish,   B.A.,   F.S.S.,   director,   Mines  Brajach;  A. W. G. Wilson, chief, Division of ^ Mineral  Resources,   Mines  Branch; A. Buisson, engineer, Mines  Branch; Prof. T��������� Ts. Walker, University of Toronto; R. C. Rowe, editor,  -Canadian  Mining    Journal;    J.    Mc-  Ecber&n,    superintendent,    Rank    of  Montreal, Winnipeg; J. D. Flock, New  York;  F\ "V\ Slehert, superintendent,  Manitoba and Saskatchewan-, Depart-  !ment of Natural Resources, Canadian  i National Railways;    J.    S.    Morrey,  j Winnipeg;   T,   W.  Edgar.   Winaipeg;  j C. G-. Young, F.R.G.S., Canadian Na-  | tional    Railways,    Toronto.;     J.    W.  Holmes, Montreal, and    F,    H\    Edmonds, Saskatoon.  Explanations and Comments  The First Meeting Of the Two  Friends, 1 Samuel 18.1-4: ��������� David's  victory over Goliath not only brought  about the defeat of the Philistines,  but gained for him a position, at  court and the devoted friendship of  Jonathan, Saul's son.' Abner, the  ������*_mf,:tHT>    nf   de   an_v.   brosurht ths  w ���������WSZT   "���������   " " m "���������" ���������-������* W-   " *^ -.������������������   a������-__^a. ��������� IV ���������_ -������_r���������^^���������, ������-l��������������� ���������#._*-~*  victorious  champion into  the king's  presence and Saul would not let him  return to his father's house. Jonathan  was present at David's coming, and  at once a beautiful friendship sprung  up between the two.    i They    made  a   covenant,    exchanging    presents.  Nothing was too good for his newfound friend, Jonathan thought, for  he loved David as his own soul; slipping off his own robe he gave that  and   all"   his   apparel,   even   to   his  sword, bow and girdle, to David. It  was    to    David's    Interest   to    love  Jonathan, but far   from,   Jonathan's  interest to love David. Yet Jonathan,  as   George* Matheson  says,   was  an  absolute spendthrift for the sake of  love.   'From   beginning  to   end,   the  love of Jonathan  for~ David  was  a  disrobing, a divestiture. In every act  of friendship, in every deed of devotion, In every outstretching of a protective hand, he was stripping him-  selfof a royal garment."  "The prime gain of friendship is  just the knowledge of a noble soul.  That was what Jonathan felt. David  won Jonathan's heart on the day  when he stood revealed in all the  riches of his regal nature���������that day  when Goliath, was slain. David was  proved to be the grandest man of  Israel, fullest of patriotism and  beauty, courage and skill, and all his  qualities were adorned and set off by  Ms humility. As you read the subsequent history of that friendship you  are very apt to think that David was  the gainer, for Jonathan was a perfect miracle of tenderness, and was  never weary of sacrificing himself for  the interests of his friend; yet I con-  Keep Douglas'  Egyptian Liniment! ceive *&*���������*��������� that ,would be false judg-  Safe ������oo*m ������������s?  The Borden Co., Limited  ������������������-���������'��������������������������� Montreal     -    -   ���������  Please send free bookhi tag.  Fine Organ; In Nova Scotia Hotel  Magnificent   Instrument Is  Installed  in New C5.K.R. Hotel At Halifax  One of the most magnificent organs in Canada is a feature of the  new Canadian National Railways'  hotel at Halifax, the Nova Scotian.  It was built by Casavant Freres, St  Hyacinthe, Quebec, and Is playable  from a separate cabinet made by the  Aeolian -Company, with w_u.cli j_/ug  Art records reproduce the playing  of noteworthy organists. The organ  has three manuals with a range of  thirty stops for the great, swell,  pedal* and choir. The action is electro-pneumatic. ���������     '  Celtic graves 2,000 years old have  been found: at Pecs, Hungary.  ^_fW/-%.B   i  mm / *������,���������������-���������?  ip^gff^gg'^J   ^^Jgs^^       E9_  markable in its attackf- o-vETSH j  always in the stable, ready for immediate use. Removes proud flesh  and inflammation, Thrusla or Hoof  Rot, and infection. Of cow's teat.  Thomas W. May, vetfe'ran civil engineer, who, as a young student at  Edinburgh University, was a classmate of Robert Louis Stevenson, died  recently at Charlottetown, P.E.I., at  the age of 86 years. He had been employed for nearly 60 years with the  Island Railway and the provincial  government; A native of the Channel  Islands, Mr. May came to Prince Edward Island as a young man and was  oner of the first surveyors of tha  Prince Edward Island Railway.  ment. I am certain of this, that  Jonathan wouid not have agreed to  it. David was by far the more splendid nature, * and_ I believe that is  what determines- which is the gainer  ������n a friendship. It is the man who  has most in himself to give who gives  most, not the man who has most of  what is external to give."���������James  Stalker.- :������������������-���������-���������-���������:,  ^Si:a(iii/rtri(fife^^-tHij^<\&^������jii/^^ft);/  >'e j'i������f r.r.:;f^) n>r;.. .,^Y^YYfo5������������fY.W''ITY  -IV iiriiL.TMuu   J.'tTfl   mint   .V.Vi*uil<*r   <'itfVj'..  Fine Paper Made From Rope  . Paper of the most delicate kind  can be made from old tarred ropes.  It is used in the potteries for transferring the- various patterns to the  earthenware, and is so strong that a  sheet twisted by hand will support a  weight of one hundred pounds or  more.  irlili.iilioii Ylt)"Ml, Sk-|i--:  yyi.slini^;'ftij)'  I'VttL;'*'   t  '���������yttiil "'Orilrr",  ���������.iul "m i''   iiiiij'li'l. >iiil(i'--1 lv.il'. lltts ' i>'  .;tiiitir;it'���������.������������������|,i;i������ilirr'is--'���������''���������'*'nis.'jut .������>n'C  ���������  mAy* NAWffi DECT. STORE  REGINA ��������� SASK.  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TOJOTRfiSC  fattorn No..  m m ���������-������' ii * ������������������ t������ ������������������ t  B)������fl  CUT DOWN  ' iroTjit r^ssES  BY INSTAULI^O  WINDOLITE  ^m^^tfr,.,  USB  WINDOLITE  IN ,  11T.OODKU  HOIJSI.S  LAYING PENS  DAIRY BARNS  8UNI.OOM8  KTO.  ������  MM  MUkk  S  MMt  E  ' h - m v-4* ������  S������lol. Get H_,n������lt.a.tlw_a  from ���������f(������Ml������t today.  ^  W.    W.    U,    11861  #f ;  ������aMH'+"  ��������� ��������� ������ ��������� ������;f ,  Name  Town  iWtM   ������4>M   t*   ���������*  IV ,<���������  |������  -���������   **   Ii  -   bit   mm-*,   it t**4*  m   w   I  an  mm  Canadian breeders of poultry and livestock are finding Windolite u most aa tie factory  nnd profitable inveatraent. Young chlokena and turkeys are entirely free from leg weak-*  nests and disease and will thrtve in confinement under Windolite. Windolite cornea in rolle  my length, but 36 inches wide only.  Distributors: JOHN  A.  GHANTLER' & CO_, LTD.  51 Wi_m,igimK.Sili. W.        - -    .    -        - TOKOOT������, ONT. THE  GBESTONBEYIBlr  He found the  service  prompt  efficient  A letter to the telephone company from a prominent banking  concern contained the following:  "We wouldlike to take this opportunity of advising you -that  our superintendent of B.C.  branches was in Kimberley on  rous 1929-30 high school experience it is to be hoped trustees'  recommendations will get more  kindly consideration. That $200  Creston School district "saved"  by not re-engaging the former  principal will be paid many times  over by disappointed parents who  individually will lose much more  than the average ratepayer forced  to contribute his share of $200 in  a district with total assessment  of about $750,000.00.  June _-<_ una pu_  thruugli  C_Ui&  to Vancouver, Calgary and  Banff, and was very pleased with.  the prompt and efficient service  which he received on these caiis'/  Business men are finding the  long-distance telephone a valuable aid.  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LliVliTED  inc. t>n_.d!Uit ncyinra  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points. _  C. I\ HAYES, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,   B.C.,  FRIDAY,   AUG. 22  zeez  \\Mm_mmmmmmi    Jmrn mmrmm &  WW **���������* **?  a a_.fLAg.ras.  Kimberley's Sad Plight  In Tennyson's "Princess" we  have, "An infant crying in the  night; an infant crying for the  light; and with no language but  a ery." And particularly apt are  these lines when applied to Kim-  erley, a town,- of well over 2000  population, with every line of  business, trade and calling represented, and where, in a recent issue  of the Press, we are startled to  find the citizens asking the trustees  to raise school taxes in order that  the town may have funds wherewith to buy new hose and other  fire-fighting equipment.  In the days before incorperat-  ion Creston, with hardly 500 population, was in the habit of doing  things cheap but we were never  quite so hard put���������or quite so  innocent���������as to ask the sehool  district to finance village ne  casion to point out that the  minister was pussyfooting on this  highway matter in connection  with board of trade effort to get  a definite pronouncement on the  proposed route of the North and  South Highway. Friday's disregard of the common courtesies  that are supposed to obtain in  such matters still further confirms  the fast spreadi ug impression that  there Is a nigger In the woodpiie���������  and if anyone waits the name  and postomee address of the suspect any board of trade member  will supply it without charge.  Ohrist Ofiiireii, Creston  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m., Even_ong.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings (solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  __ i _i__h^aa_A i__fc������A^fc____  ��������� ilh.iaa ��������� .-._> ,^| ft iiaii ^--A- ���������     "     *     AIA    A    ^m "~i '��������� ^iiir^M  157r������/"aT"V   _������TT>Zn  mo  OiTP_  aJ-a.-_.euj~  ���������-q~i_.������_:_~  ���������* - .vLVlllsaaaB^  to East Creston Water Ub*-_ system, 4,  3 and 2 inch, in ground, price reasonable.  Apply W. J. Truscott, Creston.  \  nv  fl^_-v_"<_ *������/T_B g *T_ fllT_b/f  ^/'CFJfl.O'XjraaisW-M.VW'iMI  a-f^ s _*������ op  XVM111.  _������������������  i  1  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd*  Office, iSmelting and Refining Department  TRAIL, British Colombia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores,  rreducers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  M^HMaM"  "^yy^T^^^'y    -^y Vm^/m*yfWJwyz'imV!~*w t_riaywy   r^"   mj, ��������� %m    *0 ��������� iy nT^ini^wnyi i-|p������     ^ ������yii'"yi ly't-y ���������'yymiiy 11^ ��������� y w^*y*7|>  Ipnpgcj  SSI  _1*_S3.  The   Review   commends   the  school board for the spunk shown  in re-engaging F. R. Levirs as high  school  principal for the coming  year.  At the annual school meeting In  1929 the trustee strongly favored  retaining his services at the stipend he is to receive on his return.  This, however, involved a $200  raise in salary which the meeting  refused to vote, and there was  nothing for it but the former principal to retire.  That the trustees estimate of  Mr. Levirs' ability was well founded was revealed in the results of  midsummer examinations in all  grades that year.  And that the all too prevalent  demand for minimum price teachers was a bad investment for the  When one thinks of the liquor  profits, motor license fees and  betting machine revenues accruing  to a place that size> along with  the trade licences and other taxes  paid in the ordinary way, Kimberley fully justifies the old saying  about there being none half so  blind as those who will not see,  and the Press fails, far short of  doin0, its dut^ in declinin������r to be  the Moses,to lead Its fellow citizens out of the wilderness.  An Ethiopian in the Fuel Pile  In connection with the international North and South Highway  conference held here on Friday,  the Review has no hesitation in  saying that it is the consensus of  opinion of all present that Hon.  Nels. Lougheed, B.C.'s minister  of public works, owes an apology  to the Idaho highway authorities  who were here for that gathering.  Here's   what   happened.   The  district is shown in  the midsum- meeting was mutually agreed upon  mtw examination results published by both B.C. and Idaho, and Mr.  last month, contrasted with which  is the report from Ocean  Falls,  where Mr. Levirs taught last year,  that the high school at that town  had a pass list of almost 100 per  c?nt.  After Creston's  rather disast-  Under  Uffse  fie&ff  N&ws Stand.  Magazine Subscription Agents.  Lending Library and Books.  Kodak Filling Station.  Patent Medicines.  Toilet Preparations.  Surgical Supplies.  First Aid Goods.  DruKH and Sundries.  PRESCRIPTIONS.  Perfumery.  Musical InstrumrntH,  Shettt Music  Victor Records.  Radios and Phonographs.  STATIONERY.  OfCko Supplioa.  Parlcor Founta n J*ona.  WatchoH nnd .Towotory,  Sporting G aorta.  Candy and Moir'w Choeola-en.  Novolty and I-ririfgu Prtaos.  Ci^rtni and Cigarette...  Finir EnKUsh China.  Summer fTomforlM nnd No vol fctofl.  YOUR WRIGHT FUI.J3.  fSrfi$-f-_-iflriinr/k H_in_f ^twrn  Woods, the Idaho highways com  missioner, was informed by wire,  which he produced at the gathering, that Engineer Dixon o|.Cranbrook would be at Creston to go  thoroughly into this highway  matter.  On this assurance Mr. Woods  and two of his assistants reach  Creston and are surprrised to find  that although Mr. Dixon is here,  as per the minister's promise, Mr,  Dixon declines to take part in the  deliberations as he has had no  instructions in the matter from  the minister.  Mr. Dixon tries to evade the  issue on the plea that the road in  question is in the territory handled  by Engineer Wm. Ramsay. Mr.  Ramsay is also present, but states  that he came on receipt of a telephone call which ho received at  some point along Kootenay Lake,  but said call gave no advice as  what was to be encountered at  Creaton.  w The Review haa no hesitation  in accepting Mr. Ramsay's statement of case, but it does seem  strange that Mr. Dixon should be  advised to visit Creston on a very  definite proposition--as tho representative of the minister who ia  unable to attend in person���������to  make the trip, but como empty  handed, as it wore*  YOU   CAN  PR.EV_EM",ir  industries  add five htuadred  million dollars  annually to the  national wealth.  Their very exist-  ence is threatened  by forest fires,  Which directly or  *_. HHr 0tSkJF*VW  *M.mXJLK*J\S*j  &ip^l^,_______^^  (QC^W'V Y i''^'j ���������I'-'���������'/.,,-. ���������, ,;,. !,i '.",.;L"      Yi-YYY Y       '   . ^,^"('.r^!.������.1(i^,s",.:^  ".������ ,,",���������",    TY''    V!'Y^, mf     '        ���������������  THE   CKESTON  REVIEW  OA  assist in the preservation of the  forests of British Columbia from  the ravages of fire, but not every-  LbaVIUrvra  *W������������������^>W _������.._. i  reaching measures are being  employed to control the annual  cut, but the general public can  do the most td eliminate the  annual waste. "BE CAREFUL*  WITH FIRE AT ALL TIMES  AND EVERYWHERE.  PREVENT FOREST FIRES 1���������YOU CAN HELP  BRITISH COI_TJ_vIJ3I-V FOREST SERVICE  4  I  4  4\  4  A   I   -a, II IA  I  A II   iff I  II  -a-  ��������� A* A ��������� -ll- A *  at-  I laa_ ���������-fca ���������  l-h ���������  l_fc I    AllA -1-8- 1 a-aaaW 1 la--_i ��������� l-a-fc a- |g_-_l ��������� A a- -ftl aa A -  A 11*. - fl> --1-  ��������� _N ���������-ft ���������AillTil llftl afl> .. .aa-!��������� ���������__ .-_faa ��������� a-L  4  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l> Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Br ana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  1  Local and Personal  Mass Nora Payne Gladys Webster and  Marjory Hamilton, along with Miss Beth  Putnam of Ericlcson, make up a party  vrho sre speeding a week at Kuskanook,  where they have taken the McLaren  cottage.  i  Trinity TJnited Church had a large  turnout for the annual Sunday School  picnic nn Wednesday afternoon at the  first iw������nd of Goat River. The -weather  was ideal for such an occasion and all  thoroughly enjoyed the outing.  WANTED���������Couple   desire   to  rent  hr-pfoo ���������f-r,rf>*v* 'G������-.-."f*.o_Y_Vi.o*������  . ql-     \XTs*-_1*3 r>***_fa__  Va_-W     -.i-^-M    ^k^-rfjf-   *i-V -.a.-.���������  -rf -        _.__-*������. __     WUMa-      ^J-���������.-_������������������*-������  furnished or partly furnishedh but  not essential. . Send replies immediately  with full particulars to F. P. Levirs, 1413  Fernwood Road, Victoria, B.C.  There was quite a good turnout for the  Sunday school and congregational picnic  of Christ Church, at the second bend of  Goat Ri1*^" on Wednesday afternoon.  Despite th������ rather chilly weather the  children had the usual good time.  Ole Michaelson, a former employee at  the C. O. Rodgers mill, -was killed on  Sunday wh������n the auto in whieh he was  driving went oyer a high bank/near In-  vermere, at which point deceased was  employed as fireman at the Frank Staples'  mill.  FOR SALE���������6? acres of land 1H miles  .rosn Creaton, East Creston Irrigation  District pipe runs along one side of the  land,- about 30 acres of good bottom  land, balance pasture. Price $1500 cash;  or $1750 on terms to be arranged. Chas.  O. Rodgers* Creston.  Miss Ma-ion Swanson. B.A., a graduate oE Creaton high school, and daughter  of Mr. and Mrs, A. "R. Swanson,- now of  Kimberley, has just been" engaged to  teach, on the high school staff at Nelson.  She is a graduate of B.C. University and  in the summer season has been, in Chautauqua work.  _  FOR SALE-rWigen's 40-acre farm at  Wynndel, xn whole or in two 15-acre and  one 11-acre lot, with irrigation and improvements, offered at one-bali the cost  of Improvements. Failing health compels retirement. If unable to sell will  rent out part or all to right parties for  1931 or longer. Address O.J. WIGEN,  Wynndel, B.C.  Y,-i_.  ''V^'yf'a"  EJ.  -EI  For the BEST in  jjs_a _S__g  jag BS       ESS .._        ___        __  MmmWB __F M    M     JM*  SBF������   &f*  MWS B mmrnWS MSmWM     W        BmrnW .______*  Give us a call.    We ai-e handling the MAPLE LEAF  Britn, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Com, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything, else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.        Try us once and be convinced.  H.   S.   McCRE-ATH  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  ���������&���������  l<|_  Word has just been received here of  the marriage of Miss V. Eleanor Vickers,  a former vice-principal of Creston public  school, w3bo was married at Kelowna  earlier in the month to Allan Castley of  Cowichan Lake, Vancouver Island, where  they are to -reside. For the past two  years the bride has been teaching at  Cowichan Lake.  Forest fires in the area are well under  control and about 40 men are all that are  now required foritfea wo.k* At the week  end lightning started up a blaze at  Boundary Greek, where1 Patrol Arthur  Hurry and! a crew of 15 men have prevented the fire getting into a likely stand  of timber. 25 men are still at Cannon  Creek keeping the blaze at that point  well in check.  The Review is asked to announce, that  the new parking regulations enforced by  the village cover the area from the Prem  ier Garage to Card's ice cream stand, on  both sidesof Main Street. According to  the new law a car owner can only park  for half an hour three times daily���������once  each morning, afternoon and evening.  Penalty for breaking*'the law is a fine of  from $5 to $50.  . Mr. and Mrs. Homersham of. Nelson  arrived at the end of the ��������� week and will  be spending about two weeks at the  Blinco ranch. Mr. Homersham some  time ago purchased the well known Blinco  apiary and is now at work on the 1930  honey crop, having 43 hives to handle.  Last- year lie reports having tak^en almoftt.  two tons of honey and thic year the yield  will be much the same.  A mair.age of great interest here was  solemnized at Capetown, South Africa,  on Saturday, August 16th, when Louise,  second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.  Webster of Creston, became the bride of  Mr. Noma Dumbleton, news of the  happy eventr.achlrvg hereby;cable Saturday afternoon. The bride was a visitor  with her parents here early: ;in the summer, leaving Creston at th'p'icnd of JunG  The Farmers' .Insttfcu^Q|;;;e(?g' grading  station is shipping Ave orate canes a week  at present, and report..'���������'tWSa."thoy are unable to secure enough egtp to All their  orders. They would. Jlk&ljtp secure an  additional assured Bur>ply^|/itwipi'* bases a  week, for'which they:Wft#������^!<^$; market,   There is a charge: ^^^iceriiB u  THE 1930 FORD OFFERS  Bigger Value for the Money  i i.  The new models with large*, roomier bodies and new body  lines cannot be equalled for comfort, power, beauty or stamina  and the new low prices make them them the biggest value for  the money- on the motor car market today.  Ii you cannot afford a new car bring: hi your old one and  let ma put new life in it. The latest paecc of equipment we  haye added to our .shop in a Lisle Valve Machine, and it  certainly does turn out a real valve job.  Oar Shop Equipment is Jthe Best and  our Mechanics know how to handle it I  \..4L% WORK GUARANTEED  P^ASk.1"'1 ������������������"*"���������-"-r��������������������������� A  u-f���������m^ K^fc������laaa__'*ifc IHH.,' (Vmm]    V      ���������at I aU__������aaa_ ^nM^M,     . ^**m^- AH ^^^^^^ ^_,. ^^j^_, 1     M^mmiu^^  R F ivl i FR    C_ A R _u Ci F  ;.p A LMER   A,    MAXWELL  SERVICC ON ANYTHING OPERATED HY GJASOLI^E  dozen for grading and Bhip^iHij. Anyone  with eggs to sell should seo Chan. Murrell, who la in charge oC'egg grading.  WOOD PIPE FOR SAlilS^BdtonginE  to Enst Creston Water Utpra>; system, 4,  fl and 2 inch, in ground, prleln reasonable.  Apply W. J. Truacott.CwUtiiitl.  ������������������^ifMry  ���������  '���������M-ib1 "J  ��������� *'  ring New .Rooms  to Your Home  ���������* with Gyproc  A WORK-ROOM fo. you  jtJL ���������a play-room, tor the  youngsters in the basement,  An extra bedroom or two in "  the Attic. These are now  possible in your home at  little expense.  "The new improved Gyproc  Wallboard that does not  burn and takes any decoration will give you additional  space in your present home.  Easily and quickly applied,  structurally strong, it provides fite-safe walls, ceilings  and partitions.  Your dealer's name is  listed below. Consult him  today and ask for full infor-  Enation regarding Gyproc  Wallboard or write for interesting free book "Building and Remodelling with  Gvproc,*  GYPSUM, LIME AND  ALABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  Vancouver - B.C  ^eNEW DV<������IW  262-U  lii^ep^q^-^^  Far Sale by  Chas. O. Rodgers, Creston,    B.C.  __..������_.  ii-tirViiftnf*     ^     *     ���������...-���������.^.A^^A-A-A.^     A.^.*..A.*._._._--._..^..*: ^f A. ���������^^-^-,_. , ftmft n  f\ u   ft .lib. ^ li^l  We have been appoigted sole agents for NE������/CASTLI_ COAI_  from Drumheller, and JEWELL COAL from Wayne  and Lethbride, Alberta. These Coals are good No. 1  Hard Coals, In both Lump and Egg Stove. Prices  are right. Buy a ton. pleuty of good TAMARAC  CORDWOOD.   Stock up now for winter.  CREST  ALBERT DAVIES  ^r*^������y*XiTmmr*mrT  REGrWATSON  4  I  4  l  ���������<  4\  4  4  4  4  <\  ���������i  4  4  4  <  At the service of British  Columbia and Alherta  ******  NuTlv^ *  NOTICE is hereby fllvon tlu.t on onrl  af tor Aunsuat lat, 1080, lnndo iln tho Railway Bolt and Peace River Block Jocently  retronefarred to tho Province by tho  Dominion., come undo, the nclmln.Btrn-  tSon of Mao lawn oC tho Provlhco.  It la.ttio dcnlro of fchq Government to  fotitor RQ^t]oment In. , confopmity with  thoBO ro^gulatlonB and furnSnh all available Imfwrwifttlon to npnfntthlh ^nrl/but  no cotttildoration will bo given pornonfl  pqtjattlripc upon or entering! l������"to occupation o������ ������uch lando without authority.  " H. CATIICART.  Doputy MlnIbtor of Lundh.  9110 Cliff l>,  IMPERfiAL BANK  A.TA1      I O* CANADA  mi_me_|        BfSAMGHES  ALBtRTA AND EASTERN  DIUTtSHI COLUMBIA*  DIVISION  Branched of the Bank cooperate in serving the  interests of the Bank's  customers.  ���������    Sainngs and Current  "Accounts solicited.  420  IDHftl  B^* ���������*������������������������P  ESSSSAB  Kt%P*        _P JMki  Rf    ^M_ laflata-a_ ~Vf KlOl    Efi^^-i  EIJSB       \_LS_i_3 h  HKHD OPfKE v TORONTO  I Capital and Rosorve $15(000,000 I  CRESTON        -       -        - |M S. W. CLOWES, Men agar  Br������.n_1i������i Ml Nelson, lnv������rm������r������# Cranbrook, Fnnrnl*  ��������� ^*'' TETE    T..T5VT75W.    OT^STOK.   B_   0L  SAYS JUSTICE TO  ALWAYS GOVERN  ADMINISTRATION  Tribal Unrest Spreading  Ottawa, Ont.���������Hon. Arthur Sauve,  postmaster-general, in a statement  declared that "justice, honesty ancl  economy" would be his policy in administrating- tlie post office department.  The test of the statement of the  postmaster reads:  "Justice, honesty, economy, such  shall be my policy in the administration of the post office department.  The law which governs us shall bo  respected with discrimination and the  regulations shall be observed with  the greatest discretion.  "Racial. religious or political fanaticism shall  never prevail with  us.  W -U-11 ~~_��������� 5_..~ #.^ ,^_*-������ c^4^1i^..      +"!-.������������������.-.-.  X       S-Li-ttll       VJ__1 C111l_S       *.*./       _uiioiuc*.      w^iv.jj   ;  as the most dangerous enemies of tho j  country. ;  "I shall follow to tlie letter the '  policy of an honest man ami a good  Canadian, directed by tlie head of the  government; a policy of peace, concord and of sound protection which  will permit the rational development  and utilization of all the desirable  resources of our country.  "The employees who Jiv.ve, without,  reserve, conformed to the law, understood their duty in their observance  of impartiality and who have impartially shown the respect due to the  political authorities or their accredited representatives have nothing to  fear from me.  -I shall make a distinction between  *-i>.-������ "in(-tor- rirj'9 +>,-><= g ������vho hsve constituted themselves the active agents  of their party or the carriers of he--  and infamous calumnies. It would be  unjust and cruel, for instance, tc- put  out on the street, without reason, a  good father of a family who has been  in office for a number of years and  who might find it difficult to work  elsewhere.  "It Is. I believe in the  post ofiice  department, that   certain   classes   of  employees  are  the  moat   exposed  to  indulge 5n political, partisanship.  "A careful inquiry will be made in  department. in order to avoid, as far  as possible, injustices and errors. I  am not infallible but if I should commit an error. T shall do my best to  repair it.  "The   assurances   given   to   me   by  the   deputy   minister,   whom  I  have i  known  for  a long time,  as well  ac  by    the    heads    of    other   branches  GLOBE  CIRCLING -FLIGHT ENDS  IK CRASH  ^| j; British   Farces   In   India,   However,  Appear To Bo Handling Situation  Peshawar, India.���������The spirit of tribal unrest appears to -be spreading  on the northwestern frontier, -with  British forces t!g'ht__li!lp|, the defence  by increasing aerial bombing operations and rushing fresh troops northward. -  Most of the Afridis who have been  besieging this strategic city for a  week have withdrawn under constant  _._~.v.a_.-������       a^..4-     _...-..__.-_     -. _������._      __,__  uujinJJllg,       _>U_      llic<.gci       *CJJ_i.V_      XlVJaH  the countryside indicate that they  have spread in all directions arid that  all branches of the tribe have taken  up arms.  An indeterminate nnumber of Dra-  kazis have joined the Afridis, a party  identified as Massozais attacked Ba-  dama Post, and the Chamkennis were  on the war path until the air force  informed them that their own villages j  would be bombed unless they ceased j  their depredations. \  Peshawar itself was quiet, and j  apparently most of the assailants- j  have withdrawn under heavy bomb- !  ing. One party attacked the canton-  mentss. however, intlicting a scatter- :  ing rifle fii-e thai did no damage. \  They withdrew at dawn. ;  Meanwhile, fresh troops arrived oa ;  an armored train from Lahore.  The  city gates were opened for it, but or- ���������  dinary trains must stop at Nowshera  and the passengers continue here by \  taxi cab.  The six squadrons of army airplanes on duty in the sector are ore- ;  dited w:4h a breaking up the plans j  for a mass attack on Peshawar. In \  one day these machines dropped G.000 !  ?maH bombs, and they have made  daily attacks on various groups. As j  one Instance they spotted tlie 1,500 j  Massozais who attacked Badama .'  Post, and wounded 20 of them.  ..^^jRt.NL"  ..i_._  Tariff Section  Understood    That    Organization    Is  Opposed To High Duties  Toronto, Ont. -;��������� Manufacturers  representing every branch of industry in Canada,', were represented at  the meeting of the tariff section of  tho Canadian Manufacturers' Asso-  soclation held here.  Officials of the organization* decline  to give out anything for publication  regarding the meeting, which was  the regular gathering of the section  and holds alt its meetings in camera.,  It is understood the question of advanced   duties   on   boots   and   shoes.  [ leather goods, automobiles and auto-  | mobile   accessories   and   other  items  j were discussed.  The tone of tho meeting is said to  John Heivy Meara,  of New York, j liave been against high duties gener-  Claim That Foreign Immigrants Are j  Being Dumped In Province  Edmonton, Alberta.���������-Capt. E. M.  Johnson, superintendent of the Soldier Settlement Board here, has been  who took off from Roosevelt Field in  globe-circling ui&lit in an attempt to  beat Graf Zeppelin time for the same  trip but orar-shoil at Harbor Grace,  Newfoundland. His pkuie was wrecked.  Will Oppose Stevens  Independent    Labor    Candidate    A������-  Hocnccs I3ls Intention Of Running  lu  .Cast Kooteu-ty  Cranbrook, B.C. - - Opposition to  Hon. II. H. Stevens in tlie by-election  in East Kootenay, where ihe Minister of Trade and Commerce, will seek  election shortly, cropped up here.  William Robson, dismissed from the  Provincial Labor Bureau on Monday,  announced lie will oppose Mr. Stevens at the by-election as an Independent Labor candidate.  Mr. Robson has been identified  with Labor interests since 1389, and  was formerly of Nanaimo. He has '  been employed with the JL-abor Bu-  real for the past seven, years.. Ac-j  tion of district Liberals will be determined at a meeting to be called within a few days.  M. McLean, of Fernie, Conservative, won the East Kootenay seat, an  the  recent election,   and  resigned to  ally with a moderate increase on  novae Canadian lines being advocated  as a help to Canadian trade and the  reduction <of unemployment.  The matters dealt with at the  meeting will be submitted to the  executive council meeting of the association, to be held after the regular meetings of the transportation,  commercial intelligence, and industrial relations committees within a.  short time.  asked  by  the  Department of Labor, . mal__ for  Hoaw  H>. Hi   stevertSr i        ^ - Y    ;tatement on  at Ottawa,    to    investigate    charges ; defeated *_   Vancouver. and> given   a ! *��������������������������� ^^Son  L'  were  that 200 German immigrants  "dumped" in Aiberta last wee*  inquiry has been requested ������as the result of a telegram of protest sent to  Premier R. B. Bennett by Hon.  George Hoadley, acting premier of  Alberta.  Denial of the allegations has been  ! made by the steamship company concerned,   and   by   the  editor   of   "Der  Herold,"   German    newspaper    here,  justify my belief that I shall be able j but Walter widmer, secretary of the  ej-portfolio in  ths Bennett  "   tion.  idministra-  Restrict immigration  Dominion    Government    May    Take  Steps    To    Regulate    Entries  Ottawa, Ont.���������Indications are that  steps will be taken by the Dominion  Government  to  restrict  immigration  KV ^^-VW���������^���������^..^���������. ���������   W   -L..������._ ...._ .J^UV.U. ..,������..     '  nouncement was made at the conclusion of a meeting of the cabinet, it  is under stood that the matter of immigration was under discussion.  Any action taken, it is believed,  would be aimed at the .restriction  of newcomers from European countries so as not to add to the unemployed. It is rumored that the  so-called railway agreements respecting immigration will not likely  be renewed, especially under present  the subject   of   immigration   may" be   issued  Uli __.lfl_r.LU I Ms~.li?  SURVEY IS MAD)  BY GOVERNMM  Ottawa, Ont.���������Hon. G. r>. Robertson, Minister of Labor, announced r <- ���������  cen.tly, that the government is mal-  ing a quick survey" of. uncmploymer���������*:  conditions in Canada, and that th \  employment service council has bee i  called to meet here on August 21' 1 ���������  consider Information which will hav������  been gathered by that time.  After the council has discussed tins  situation disclosed, recommendation j  will be made for consideration of th ^  government and wiil form a basis for  unemployment relief measures to bv  submitted to parliament at the special session early next month.  In the last day or two, the minister stated, the Department of Labor  has communicated with all the provinces and with the mayors of municipalities with population of 10,000 or  more, asking them to advise the department as near as possible the extent of unemployment and to estimate what the situation will be thi?  coming winter. They have been asked to send the information in within  10 days, so that the department will  be able to sift the data and have it  ready for the meetings of the unemployment service council.  =r������"  *_  _r;s_.  nres uestroys ^ueoec vuiage  Property  shortly.  Masses- Ii.teirv.evvs jrremier ,  Ottawa,   Ont.���������Polio wing  a   three-  Wheat Exports Increase  to  carry out,  with  success, the  administration of my department.  "J also greatly appreciated the act  of courtesy and deference of my predecessor, lion. Mr. Venoit, who came  loyally 1o call upon me and to give  me appropriately certain" important  information."  association of Qor.man-Rpeaking  workers, insists tho charges he  levelled are well-founded.  quarter hour conference between -. Nearly 000,000 Bushels Exported  Premier R. B. Bennett and Hon. Vin- j From "Vancouver In One Week .  cent Massey, in the prime minister's j Vancouver, B.c!���������Nearly. 900,000  office in the East Block, Mr. Bennett j bu^eis of wheat were exported dur-  stated, "I asked Mr. Massey to see ; inb the past seven days, according to  me and we had a very satisfactory | ^ weekly report of the Vancouver  Board of Harbor Commissioners.  talk." The prime minister went' no  further than that, and Mr. Massey,  when leaving, declined to discuss the  visit.  Liquor Restrictions  New Bi'imswieU   KegulutioiiH   Aimed i  To Prevent; "Rveowsivp Jlrinliing        \  Fredericton, N.B. ���������- Addition re- j  strtction calculated to reduce drunkenness under the operation of the  New Brunswick Liquor Control Act,  has been authorized by the provincial  cabinet.  Tin' regulation stato.-i that "after  conviction <n? selling or keeping  liquor for1 r������alo, or of drunkenness,  or for being found drunk twice within 12 months, a person shall not be  entitled Jo purchase liquor for three  mo nib ii nCter conviction.  Itifiinflle Paralysis Tn C'laKt  ������Kh:mM.������, Out.--Two dcntlu! from  InfantUo parjilysis wero reported by the health authorities hero recently. The yJotimH were Jikldle Cur-  tin, io, smil Albert W. Forfpisnn, Iho  Bame age. N47 new cases liaVo been  r-cported by medical ofHcJals,.and the  numbc-r now rcmialna .at 12. There  bi..s br-en no rJiunR'e in Lho situation  in VZ-.tAi  Wliitby towiiabip.  Wins Scholarship  Liloyclminster, Sask. ��������� Delbert  Clarke, of Lloydminster district,  graduate from the University of  I Saskatchewan  with  high  honors   in  ��������� history and economics, has been  awarded a, $500 MchoiacMhip fox- 3030-  I 31, from the Canadian Pioneer Pro-  J blcnts    committee.    The    award was  ��������� made from Queen's University,  Kingston, Ho will study history under  Prof. A, S. Morton, of the University  of Saskatchewan.  The actual total for the past week  was 869,100 bushels.  The export this season to date is  1,570,285 bushels, as compared with  431,088 bushels at the corresponding  date last year. The elevators had in  stock at 8 a.m.. a total of 0,040,529  Dasnage  Is   Estimated  At  $300,000  Masson, Que.���������Between 5S0 and  600 persons are homeless, and nearly  50 houses destroyed���������such is an estimate by Rev. -Consignor Routhier,  parish priest of TMasson, of the conflagration which swept this little  town recently.  Mme. Joseph __ai.am.me died during  the afternoon and although not injured in the "firej it is believed th?  shock hastened her death. Property  damage was estimated at $200,000.  No one was killed and no one received serious injuries in the blaze.  This well-ordered " community o-1  the banks of the __.ev.e River, 21  miles from Ottawa, was bewailing a  devastation, of a character difficult  to describe. An area of over a quarter of a mile square which this  morning housed nearly 120 families  was, simply a heap of smouldering  embers. Red tongues of flame licking  up from piles of charred debris spoke  eloquently" of the disaster which had  befallen Masson-*  Compulsory Military Training  Wellington, N.Z.���������A bill for temporary suspension of compulsory  military training has been introduced i bushels, and the railways had 1,R16,-'  in tlie House of Representatives by I 300 bushels on British. Columbia divi-  the government. It is intended as 0.1 sionsp or in terminals here. There ner  measure of economy. I ships In port for 170,156 bushels. -   .  "Makes Altitude Record  PvOgina, Sask. Creating    what    Is  j believed to bo a record for wentern  j Canada, nnd breaking tho Regina nl-  j tltude flying rocord, P. B. Keffer, of  > the Regina Flying Club, climbed to  S an  altitude  of .18,200 feet over  the  city Tuesday afternoon, August    12.  As Regina if. about 1,800 feet above  tlJo  son.  level,   Pilot  KeiT_r  actually  reached the height of move than 20,-  000 feet.  JAP PARTY TOURS CANADA  wmf&ziiK-f  lMo<lon PiHitre Operator Killed  TAir,<n)L:4i, .Albert;*,- -V. .A. Craw-  i'nrd, Wedlock, Alberta, pliotograph-  ������.���������}* and motion picture ojiorator, vvuh  Jrlllerl Instantly whon hffl car swerved  olT t'hn roadway a mile from Glvlore  Di ISarre, and upnet in the ditch, Ac  cording to Alborta j.irovliitrlMl police  raparlii, Mrn. Crawford OHttnpcd rtet'l-  otuj injury.  W.    N.    U.     tHfil  NobrasUa TourlH-ts See Wot������t  Winnipeg, Man.���������On tholr way to  the Pacltlc Coast, 175 "corn hHslici'o"  from Nebraska, invaded Winnipeg en  route to Vaucoiivo., Travelling ovor  the llnon of tbe Canadiat) National  Railways the "corn hnskors," who are  gathered from, tho' rural population of  their native state, aro fiooJng for  themfielvnri tho glories of Western  Cnnrtdn,  B.C. Mi nern KiitoiinlKHl  Morrlt, B.C.���������Omi man wan killed  and 510 are eiitombnd an the result of  an explosion In tho Coalmont Colliery, Coalmont, near Princeton.  Word ronchod hove of the dltiastor,  and jilano are being oonHldnrod to  wend m.n to help ir������e tho on torn bod  mlnnifi.  Adopt Miotary Ploia  Windsor, Ont With the object of  providing at least some employment  for its members, and to tide them  over the present period of depression,  the local bricklayers' union. is attempting to introduce a "rotary" system, of .employment on construction  work in the border cities. Thus, each  man would work one week and be  idle the next. .-;;���������  Ff tilt Fr_m Australian  Sydney, Australia.���������The 3.S. Canadian Scottish sailed recently taking  60j000 cases iof Australian canned and  dried fruits to Quebec or Montreal.  This is one of the largest consignments yet. Slia is also taking the  first of the year's shipment of Australian sheepskins.  Aciohh Continent In 12 Hour*.  Valley Stream, N.Y.���������Beating by  moro than two hours the transcontinental air rocord Ool. and Mi'H.  CharlcH A. I_lndborgh took from him  last April, Capt. Prank M. Hnw3<fl  flow from Olondalo, Cal,, to Curtiss  _Tleld recently, in 12 hours, 25 minutes and throe seconds,  Leading buflfeiena xnon of Japan,  arriving at Vancouver recently from  tlso Far l_aat, aboard tlio Cahadlim  Pacific 11 nor "EDmprefla of Canada,"  received an official welcome' i'rom  Mayor W. it Malkcln, and roprooon-  tatlvo Canadian bUBlnons men during  their two-clay at&y In tho Canadlnn  woat coast port, Tho .lupanono party  l������ hoadod aoro.*/������ panada on a national tour If Inupaction, then going  on to New York to vlalt principal  cBtleo of the Waited Btatci, rotujTi-  ing to Victoria, E.C, Scptombor  _'tl., by way of San Fcanclaco and  ������j|eattl������v r^w ��������� party iuclud<)s prominent merchants, department store  ownara, .Solclxlro Sato, chief en-  glncor oC tho Japan Artificial Ice  Company, and fUdgotnro MatHi.il,  Utlvlnor to tho Hiroshima overseas  dovolopraent a������ooclatlon. WhJlo In  Canada tuid tho United fftatoH thoy  will make clotio ntudleii of tho in-  dtintrlori and commoroial vonturoH  In which they arc Intorcwtcd,  Injured In Car ColIlHon  ,. I.ondonrOnt.���������Hon. Donald Sutherland,'. Minister of National Defence;  Franklin Smolce, M.P. for Brant, and  J. I_. Stnnsoll, defeated caudidato in  Niorfollc-IDlffln, wore slightly Injured  whon tltolr nutomoblto otruclc a truck  and ovorturncd In a ditch.  Harbor CoitunilflHlonerfl Hosl(rn  . Ottawa, Ont.���������Chairman Gerald  Power and Commlrmlonor Boutin  BouraHHa, of tho Quebec Harbor  Board, and Cb airman Smith of tho  Hamilton Ilarhor Board resigned* it  wa������ anniounccd by lion. Alfred Uu>  ranlonu, Mlnlstor of Marine. THE   BE VIEW.    CKESTON".   T5;    O.  /  S o fc_V  The daily dash of ENO in a,  prlass o������ water every morning" is the safest, surest way to  inner cleanliness. And to be inwardly clean is to be healthy.  ENO'S "Fruit Salt" is," a  delicious health be'verag-e that  tones -and sweetens the entire  system. For constipation, acid  stomach, fatigue and biliousness it is without  equal.  But   remember,   only   ENO  can give ENO results.  fifll.K.lfliflH ill I Hi ESIlll-ililGSI ill mt.l!!..__ I a11 day.: But���������but I'm  f_ - =i I George,  that we'll lutf  I    SILVER    1  I RIBBONS 1  ��������� BY ��������� s_  CHRISTINE   WHITING 3  PARMENTER 5  Copyright 1929 ->S  if.i.gi.;ss].iiiBiiSim___  CHAPTER XXVI.  _aiIltlat������l<>B9IIIIIII4.B  On a morning in August Charmian  unlocked the door into what bad so  t-na-aa-l      Tr^Vwwa rf-",o������������fr_^>_ *"*f_LC_.  %*_./*Aat4*l*y  and opened the casement wide. The  floor was no longer covered by the  soft Bokhara; the windows were bare  of hangings: the bookshelves empty.  Only the tall brass andirons gleamed  a welcome from the blackened  hearth; and the girl wiped the dust  from Great-grandfather Davis's old  chair, and looked appratsingly at her  surroundings.  As she did so a brisk step sounded  on the sidewalk, and in another moment the doorway was blotted out  by George K.'s ample figure.  ,:, "What you up to this morning?"  he questioned5 genially. "Saw the  door wide open, and thought I'd- take  a look. Kind of bare, isn't it, since  your doctor departed? But it's a  pretty place in spite of that."  "Come in," smiled Charmian.  "You're the one,person in Wickfield  I want to see."  "You flatter me," replied George  K., and smiled.  "Sit down," she said. "This i3 tho  only chair, but I'll perch on the desk  if you don't mind. Uncle George, I'm  sick with indecision on a lot of subjects; but one thing's clear: I've got  to give up the school."  "I've been expecting that," the  banker responded. "Only last night  Sallna was saying that Grandma-  well  " '  XT**    .U*-ofi*nfr_-.rJ ���������     K_*#-    /"*1to r������*vi . n*������    SlsVl^d  ���������aLJLf        aa>4.*_>K*.������*MJ_a_-*>vl   |       (   W-iaW W.������M>--������* ������M,M        M������*������i.v������  bravely: "Then others have seen it,  too?" . *  George K. nodded, and tho girl  went on: "She's failed this summer-  not in her mind, thank heaven! but  she's not so brisk and happy as she  was a year ago. I'vo got to be with  her more. It was hard last winter,  oven with John. Carter to help out.  I'll never, never forget how good he  was bo her, running in between patients to see if sho noedod anything'���������  getting her lunch���������jollying hor along  and keeping her happy a.tid contented. I'll bo grateful to h!.m as long as  I live; but tilings have changed. Sho  needs me now, and i can't be away  Hero  is  a  ncvcr-fniliruj  form of relief from  sciatic pain:  Tnko Aspirin tablets unci-you'll avoid  noedleas Buffering; _rom Bcluticn���������lura-  Imgo ���������arid Aiiniliir excruciating- pnina.  Thoy do relievo; tl������������y don't do any hnrm.  ���������flint make smru it lu genuine.  MMitw       *0tM>mt^fk   *"fp_w"vwfc������ **Mwur*   *vmmt*^mmiK   **%%*)&*������' '*mwmuk *%\w  ��������� laatHaa. _______Zl L^njji    Em5b      L^^jj| tJ^T     CT|X ^^^3 |3a_f__l     H  Jta. k9- J9L" EL J-BJ& A. JyvI  tiiaog mark ncn.  w.  asr,   u.   law  afraid, "Uncle  bave to  sell the  bouse.  "And live .here ?" be questioned.  Charmian nodded because it was  hard to speak; but after a moment  she continued: "It was Doctor  Howe's idea. He must have realized  that the time would come when I  couldn't make both ends meet. Oh, if  I could only have kept the house as  long as Grandma lived! I dread to  tell her."  George K. arose, suddenly. He went  tc the window, his back to Charmian, and blew a loud blast upon his  nose. When he turned he said with a  good attempt "at cheer: "You needn't  dread it, Charmian. Grandma's a  brave -woman; she won't flinch. Look  here, child, if I gave you an*' allowance just as if you were my daughter, and���������and���������"  "Oh, Uncle George!" cried Charmian. "Hovsr can I be downhearted  when I've got friends like you ? Of  course you can't give me an allowance; but perhaps you can help me  sell the bouse. That must be done  before I can go ahead and make this  livable. The only trouble is ��������� will  anybody-want it?"  "Don't worry about that, my dear.  Thad an offer for it several months  ago. I didn't say anything about it  because I thought just then that a  certain M.IX of our acquaintance  might make his home here permanently. But if the place is on the  maiket you won't have to mint a  purchaser."  Charmian, who had flushed during  this frank speech, asked breathlessly:  "Who wants it ? "Will they pay anything like what the old place is really worth?"  The banker nodded.  "You won't be cheated while I do  the bargaining, my child. You ought  to get enough, reserving this building and a small strip of land, ao you  can live on the .interest ��������� in Wickfield. I'll see that you do. Once you  make the chang-e, Gharmian, I think  you'll find life surprisingly easier;  and after all, you'll still be occupying a.corner of your ancestral acres,  if that's any comfort."   .  Charmian was looking through the  open casement toward the homestead  that was her greatest pride. She said.  at last: "It ought to be, of course;  but it'll be hard to see strangers  come In and out of tlie old house.  Who wants It,, Uncle George?"  ���������George K. hesitated a moment before he answered: "I'm not at liberty  to say at present; though I don't see  why. It's some one who's driven  through Wickfield freqwantly, and  taken a fancy to the place. He's a  young man, who, I believe, is going  to. be married; but he said thero'd be  no hurry about your getting out. In  fact, he'd like you to stay on. for a  while, as caretaker, and superintend  tho noccasnry repairs, I ouppoi-ie when  It comes to any real remodelling he'll  got tho verdict of the lady In the  case, That's nil I know."  "Then you really mean that the  house is aa good aa sold?"  "I'm sure of it. I'll drop him a line  today and ohIc when the papers can  bo jilgnod. Am for, thtrj little place.  Charm Ian, with xi few alterations It  can bo made delightful; and Grandma will bo happy knowing your work  is lighter. It's without doubt tho sensible thing to do,"  "I'm. afraid," said. Cham.lan as lie  arose, "that I don't Hlto boUu- sensible, Unale Georgo, Do you think t\if������Bo  people are the wort who'll spoil tlio  house  with  the wronfr sort of  'Im  provements,' the way so many old  houses have been spoiled?"  "I'm. sure they're not," was the  emphatic ' answer. "It's quaintness  was what attracted the young man.  Don't lose sleep over that. Now' I  must run in and speak to Grandma,  Charmian���������" George K. turned as lie  -.-.n-u^^i   4--U/V ,/!--;-       '<txn._j->-   +������.���������   ������_~4-  i^uv/u&u    a._Li>   ^-*.���������vi--. v. uau _    -u_    a���������a<*t-~  ter with John Carter?.. Sallna says  the life has gone out of hia st&pin  the last monttu Have you broken hi3  heart?" - :  Charmian smiled.  "I have an. uncomfortable feeling  that the consensus of opinion in  Wickfield is that he has broken  mine I"  "He hasn't���������has he?"  George K. looked so geninanely  solicitous that the girl said quickly:  tcWhat nonsense!���������though, if he had j  I wouldn't admit it for a kingdom.  As Grandma frequently remarks, 'we  Davises have our pride.' The only  thing that's breaking my heart, \  Uncle George, is the thought that I  haven't been, clever enough! to keep  the Davis homestead in the family.  As for John Carter, if the life has  gone out of his step, I'm truly sorry.  He dropped in yesterday when I was  at the library, and Grandma said he  looked abopiinably tired. I'll run into  bis office this afternoon with an  imaginary ache, and see what I can  do about it. I'd brave even the Wickfield gossips to help as a good a friend  as he has been to us."  "Well, so long," smiled the banker.  "I'll let you know- what I hear from  your purchaser, my dear."  Charmian stood at the ~ window  watching him cross the drive-way and  disappear under the golden pineapple.  "I believe," she mused, "that the  ���������whole thing Will be easier now it's  settled. This will make a darlm*" living room. Grandma will get? a better  view of the street from this window  than from the old one. I can sleep on  a couch in.bere, and Grandma can  have the other room. Of course it's  the only thing to do! Why, hello!  where did you come from?"  This    question-was    addressed    to  John   Carter, -who  stood,   as  George  K. had an hour earlier, in the doorway.    At    Charmian's    greeting    he  4-came  forward,  tossed  his   hat  onto  the desk, and answered:   "I couldn't  resist  the lure of that open door. I  never  pass here,- Charmian, without  a homesick twinge. .Never again shall  I have an office that so exactly suits  me;   and  I  miss   you  and  Grandma  more than you'd    guess.    You    see,.  there's not enough sickness this time  of year to keep me from thinking of  things that had better be forgotten.  Well, let's forget 'em!" he said more  cheerfully. "What brought you here  this morning, may I ask?"  Charmian told him, adding that the  old doctor had made the plan for her;  and that George I_. bad a purchaser  for the house.  "So you see," she ended, "everything's done���������except telling Grandma. I admit that I can't quLte face  the thought of that ordeal."  l^Lm  Gyproc Makes j j  I*--rov-it-ic-_������ Erf-"_������_-**������: II  ./���������-/-,��������� earn* ������.-���������_-'--���������    _���������.__n_r__���������_.���������_���������������_. I   ���������  FIRESAFE!  ��������� \  PROlliCT your family by  uiaking your Summer  home draught=proof, dust-  proof and fire-safe. The new  Ivory coloured Gyproc, that  does not hunt will. render  you this service at small cost. x  Use it for structurally  strong walls, ceilings and  partitions. It needs no decoration (when panelled)  but you can fine, paper or  plaster at if you wish. It is  easf! _ acid otsicklv 2;Dt>IJsd. is  a permanent asset, and is  vastly superior to other  , building materials.  You. dealer's name is  listed below. Ask him today  for full information on Gyp-  ioc Wallboard or send for  interesting free book "Building and Remodelling with  Gyproc."  GYPSUM, LIME AND  ALABASTINE, CANADA,  LIMITED  "Winnipeg ������ Manitoba  NEW DV^DBf  ^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^  ANY CHILD  WE can novor bo ������uro just what  niakuH u child real lew, but  ���������the remedy can always be the tinme.  Good old CaHtorla! There's .comfort  in every drop of this pure veaotablo  preparation, and not tho slightest  harm In Ha frcquqnt usjo. As often as.  your child Ikih a fretful spell, io.  Feverish, or erica and can't sleep. Jot  Caatoritt soothe and quiet him. Sometimes it'a ii touch of colic, Sometimes;  constipation. Or diurrLieu���������u cojj-  dilion Hint nhoukl nlwnys be ���������checked.  without d-lay- 'Just keep Castoria  handy, anq Rivo & promptly, Relief,  will follow very promptly; If it  doesn't, yoiji php\ild onll n piiywicinn..  The young- man. loo-ted very serious  as he replied: "Let me tell her, Charmian. I'm hardened to breaking- unpleasant  truths to people.     Besides,  unless "I'm mistaken, "Grandma is fond  a-?   wia      *T     fin-m.'aU*tArfa1������'     _-l*rf>    ������vai-pc(     m.?4    ������r_*_������*M_  E3_L    XL-.C7*   J-   VOU    fcXi. C&&.I3-   t*_JJ.t?    -kfef- o   ������4������si    ^rc&atA-i^  lessly as you can."  He was seated on Great-grandfather Kavis's old desk, and the gri-1  looked up at him. from the chair, her  blue- eyes misting-.  "John Carter, I ought to be  ashamed! I don't believe a girl ever  had such friends before. Here's Uncle  George wanting to give me an allowance sol needn't sell tlie place; and  you���������Well, I hope some day I can repay you for all you've done for us  and been to us this year. But I guess  I'll have to tell Grandma myself. It  seems, somehow, as if I ought to;  but if my courage deserts me at the  last moment I'll make ah ignominious  retreat and Bend for, you. Now that's  enough of my troubles for itne 'day.  Let's hear yours for a .chang-e."  Late that afternoon when Charmlan returned from a call at the  Merrys', she found Grandma, bright-  eyed, at the window.  ' "I've- been been gallivanting," ahe_  explained as the girl kissed her. "Just  after you started, along came the  doctor and made me'go for a ride.  We've been clear to Eastboro, and I  don't feel one mite tired. I will say  that his car's a sight more comfortable than Edward Howo^s was."  "I'm glad you've had such a good  time," smiled Charmian.* "Mrs.  Merry has n new picture of the baby;  and Madge wrote that she'd send mc  armfcher view. He's t-trrtWy .Running'  ���������iooks Cor all tine world like a miniature George. What do you want  for supper, Grandma? It's almost  time,"  (To- Be -Con tinned. 1  1 Little Helps For This Weels  * "Lead "us" not into temptation." ���������  Matthew vi. IS.  Ah.! He who prayed the prayer of all.  mankind  Summed, in   those  few,   "brief, words  the mightiest plea.  For erring souls before the courts of  heaven,���������  Save us from being tempted���������lest we  fall.  '���������Oliver Wendell Holmes.  The petition of "Lead us not into  temptation" is the prayer of Christian humility, conscious of its own  weakness. If this prayer is truly  offered, it may supersede the necessity of temptation. If we are already  conscious of our weakness, we may  not need the trial which ia sent to  show us our weakness.  ���������James Freeman Clarke.  It ill. U In For Ljmtio Back.���������A.  brisk rubbing with Br, Thomas'  Egloctrie Oil will relieve lame back.  The skin will Immediately absorb the  oil and It will penetrate the tissues  and bring speedy relief. Try Jt and bo  convinced, As tho liniment Etlnlcs in,  the pain comes out and there nro  ample grounds Cor saying that It is  an excellent article.  __a_r,-__B������_:'i5  .^;^^v^-������^^|-^  Weed Menace  The time of. yoar has nrrtved when  a  real  blow can bo  atruclc  at   the  weed menace. After-harvest cultivation Ih owe of those oldtime mothodH  that should bo revived.���������Farmers'  Advocate,  MLnarri'M    Mn.iH.in_   r������iia������oww   W������-rt������,  wIW'voh Bunion*.  I hove used several bottles  of Lydla E. Ptnlcham'a Vegetable Compound and find it  helps me wonderfully, especially before childbirth. I have  five lovely children. After my  last baby came I had a miserable pain in my TiE-it side so I  bought another bottle of the  Compound and I feel fine now.  I work outside during the fruit  season in addition to my  housework." -���������. Mrs. Charles  SUngesiand, K.R, #4, St. C_ttH-  ertness Ontario.  3 mmk H Rf H "ESSJT^a ���������������ij^_^^hh F_3 D B D 11 HQR1  ;YKeiatile:Coiiipoiin(!  i?tKtotrAir<*d>tiimimTTim:,  m^QTmmwwrffKraTarrr THJ_   Uitl-STOJy   HI. VII-W  Local and Personal  FOR SALiB���������Hay loader, going cheap.  C Blair. Canyon.  FOR   SALE���������Early   Ohio   potatoes.  Fred Lewis, Creston.  W. Fraser was a visitor at Cranbrook  this week, leaving on Wednesday.  Miss Mary Goodwin is spending a few  ......_ _*��������� -     ��������� - -    -   -   -- -  *?_���������������_ this week with friends in Nelson  ROOM FOR RENT���������Furnished room,  centrally located.   Mrs. W. K. Brown.  Miss Jean McCreath left at the first of  the week on a visit with Nelson friends.  FOB SALE���������Jersey heifer calf, tour  months' old. F. Geyser, Compton ranch,  Creston.  July was quite a busy month at Creston  office of the ^provincial police, the cash  intake for the month running to $886.  Of this sum $568 was for motor licenses.  y>'yf yvyfyf^'yv 'T'f'*'f'f'*'f *'?'?*  iy^iyqp������ay������yi ..'VWiyvyaT'*"  Nabob  and  Nnjell  JELLY POWDERS]  a  A delightfully tasty yet inexpensive dessert.  It can be served alone or with cream (plain or  whipped). If desired, nuts, sliced bananas,  oranges, or other fresh or candied frdits can be  added. When moulded in various forms it  presents a delightful appearance.    Comes in the  following flavors:  Lemon, Pineapple,  Strawberry, Loganberry  Cherry, Port, Raspberrp  We would like you to try either of these brands.  LEMONADE  POWDER  efifnn ������a!le������ Co^6rat!V8 ASSIL  WIW-- W 1* -KW I W      VMVIMIIBW        I1VVI11  GREST0M  Two Stores  ER1GICS6N  ���������*--A ���������*- ���������*  A -yA a.-^-a ^i  ���������_----M-N-  |1% aa l^ial iiif-l-a---_a  _____  4  4  4  4  J  4  l  4  4  4  I  1  4  4  4  <  4  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing &  jl jl ^<a.Lilijs_  Company  Can supply you with anything you  in   the   General   isiacksmith,  Plumbing and Heating line.  need  We  carry a complete line ot Bathroom Fixtures in stock*  Baths, Toilets, Basins, Sinks, Range Boilers. Pipes  and   any kind   of  Fitting,  Eavetrough, Soil   Pipes,  Vitrified and Tile Drain Pipes, &c.  In the BLACKSMITH line we give you the very best  of service, as we have the Stock, we have the Tools,  and we have the men who can do the work.  Bob Crawford and Dr. McKenaie were  auto visitors at Cranbrook on Tuesday.  FOR RENT���������Rooms suitable for light  housekeeping. Mrs. John Arrowsmith,  Creston.  Miss Nora Payne was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days at the first of  the week  Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of Corbin were  weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.  McDonald.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Young pigs, only 3  left, $6 each. John R. Miller (Alice  Siding), Creston.  Miss Charlotte Wilks is spending the  balance oE August on a visit with relatives in Vancouver.  Dr. Roy Lillie of Blairmore, Alberta,  was herefor the weekend with his parents,  Dr. and Mts. O. Lillie. ���������  FOR SALE���������1)4  withpumping |ack,  W. K. Kemp, =1-:"'  STEENSTRUP & REED  h.p.   Novo engine  Also rotary pump.  AJrickson.  Prize lists for the 1930 fall fair are  now available.   Get vour copy from the  secretary, Chas. Murrell.  FOR SALE���������Beets, cabbages and  carrots. $2.60 per 100 lbs. P. W. Foot,  Fairview Ranch, Creston.  Donald Young of Lethbridge, Alberta,  is here on a visit with his parents, M>.  and Mrs. G. A. M. Young.  Miss Eugenia Mertin of Milk River,  Alberta. 3s a Creston visitor, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Couling.  FOR SALE���������Mowing machine, 4-foot  cut, in good order, price right. J. W.  Parkin (Alice Siding), Creston.  FOR SALE-Purebred Jersey heifer  calf, six months old, from registered  stock.    T. Sixsmith, Wynndel.  FRUIT RANCH FOR SALE���������Either  Fairview or Valley View. Apply p. W.  Foot, Fairview Ranch, Creston.  The long-continued hot spell was perceptibly broken on Wednesday when the  mercury_got down as low as 51.  Mrs. Ei. *W. Pavne and daughter Eats'  Ipft on Monday on a visit with friends in  Spokane, making the trip by auto.  Mrs. B. F. Whiteside of Crowsnest was  a visitor here on Monday, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Simister.  Mr. and Mrs. Dewar and two children  of Coleman, Alberta, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. Fraser.  Dan MacDonald, who is scaling at the  Frank Staples' mill, Invermere, was a  weekend visitor with his family here.  FOR SALE���������White Leghorn hens  from R.O.P. stock, good layers, 75 cents  each.   Mrs.. A. Cameron,   Erickson.  FOR SALE���������Two cows, one Jersey  and one Holstein, 5 y*>ars old, both  milking.   John Zackhodnik, Canyon.  ^ Jhvthe absence of Mr. Hassard Const.  McKay of Kaslo is in charge of provincial police work at Creston for two weeks.  Mrs. Geo. Johnson is a holiday visitor  at Spokane this week, making the trip  by auto, with Mr.  and  Mrs. Jas. Carr.  S. A. Speers left on Wednesday for  Cranbrook, where he is attending the  Shriners ceremonial and other activities  in that town and Kimberley this week.  -   ���������^������������������'*->-**^'-A_--a--fc.--lfc.   -aV_-aV. .-a.._a-_.aaW--a._.-k---L_--L_^lf^||   .*-._--.   n   ,-fr^  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hare  and family  are having a two weeks' vacation, which  they are spending   at  their  cottage at  Kushanook.      ������������������*������  Mr. and Mrsf R. H. Hassard got away  yesterday on a two weeks' vacation,  whicn they are spending with friends at  coast points.  Police oou. t business was quite brisk  at Creston last month. July revenues  from fines was $182. with another S13  collec ed In costs.  Mrs. W. K. Brown has returned from  a visit with- her sister.Mrs. Davis, at  vwur d'AIene, Idaho. Her neice, Ruth  Davis, returned with her.  Mrs. W. Belanger of Jaffray is here on  a visit with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Johnson, and will remain for  the balance of nhe month.  FOR SALE���������Team horses and harness  3 cows, 3 calves, sleighs, Massey-Harris  plow, and sundry tools.   John Egger (O.  _���������    . . -_^-������ l ���������.W.-S ,    , v jr aaaaaa_a.  Owing to their inability to secure the  ballroom for that evening the Rod and  Gun Club will not be having their usual  Labor Day dance this year.  FOR SALE���������Set bed springs, large  pump, Edison gramaphone and 35 records. Moore gasoline light and tank.  Mrs. W. K. Brown, Creston.;  O. D. Bliss returned at the end of the  week from a besiness visit at Kellogg,  Idaho, where he was a guest of his  daughter, Mrs. Dowd Cannady.  Messrs. French, O'Meara, Hawks, and  Anderson made up the Porthill delegation here for the North and South Highway conference on Friday afternoon.  C. B. Twigg left on Tuesday for Natal  at which point he i_ a judge at the annual  fall fair. Mrs. Twigg accompanied him  as far as Cranbrook, where sh_*is visiting  friends.  To accommodate the new DeHaviland  Moth plane which W. M. Archibald  brought in at the first of the month, an  addition is being built to the hangar on  the fiats.  ivars. i-iyon and son, _acK, wno nave  been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. J.  Forbes for the past six weeks, left for  their home at Craigmyie, Alberta, on  Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Robinson of Grand  Prairie, in the Alberta Peace River district, were visitors last week, with the  former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.  Robinson.  Miss Marguerite Crawford, who has  charge ������-f a, school at Scoliard, Alberta,  is home for a couple of weeks' holidays  wiJ h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.  Crawiord.  HONEY FOR SALE���������New crop honey  -    - - --        -__    orr_      .-..1.  a.ii_.    uuii      _a_a������.  can'   $9.   Own  S. Homersham,  a_a_aa_k_aaaaaaaaaaa__M-_-_M-IW������---___----a-^  t**mmmmmm m%m������  FRY SUB SERVICE; TDUU-LIKE ST  Fully equipped to  serve you on any make  of Car or Truck'  A trial wilt convince  you   that we   are  here  for business.  Creston Motors  Main St. at Barton Ave.  ��������� ���������Vyny ���������y-aU'V 'I'f f^'yvrt't't^'l-f'  i n     . _.   1-  _ilU   X_>. V-'  jaiB,   -us;.  4-!b. tins, 90c. 60-ib.  containers, 20c. lb. A.  Blinco ranch, Creston.  FOR SALE���������Purebred Jersey cow, 5  years o.d, freshened July 29th, very quiet  and good milker. Also Shorthorn-Jersey  heifer due to freshen September 1st.  Mrs. Ed. Smith. Huseroft district.  Up to the first cf August 358 auto  licenses have been issued at Creston  provincial police office, as compared with  203 at the same date in 1929, a gain of  155 as compared with this date a year  ago.  j^^RSW-^SBtesiiSJ^ WBL . .1-3 JjOft.. _l&iS3ah8_iiiUi_30te_-i~s8S8BES_ii  m^*W*Wmim*msmsmHmW***m   \<m jgt SlV   KI aw���������to.    ���������m_    ^tm.   m.  _���������_  f AQU  lfc__w Bmlfk mk/mmM H    19  ���������;U: ���������_"'���������; m  A Message to Our 'Friends! %  DID 3������b.U EVER STOP TO THINK that our business  can only live jin this community by making you feel that you  are getting value for the money you spend at our store. Here  are some values we think merit your attention. Come in and.  examine thegbods, and in anticipation of your call might we  suggest come in early.   SALE ENDS SATURDAY, AUG. 30.  The MODEL Steel Range, all modern improvements, great cooker and baker, coal or wood....$44.95  Granulated Sugar  BREAD PANS���������Made from bright  tin, wired edges, 2 for 29c.  WASHBOWLS���������Scotch Grey enamel, 12^_ In. across top, 25c,  .OIL CANS, coppered Bteel, ea. 25c  DISH PANS-Grey enamel, 1914  20 "  H     K      H  111  $5.95  in oh p������ Ion*; by l������% inches wide  right size for your sink, $1.19.  COFFEE PERCOLATOR���������A bi  aluminum Percolator, panell-i  sides, attractive design, 98c.  PAILS���������Hot Galvanized, holds  10 \4 quarts, 29c.  WASH BOILERS���������No. 9 size nnd  made from heavy galvanized  sheets, bright tin cover, 1)8<*a  LUNCH KIT-Vaccum, black  japanned lunch kit, big enough  to hold largo lunch. 98c.  LIGHT DAIRY PAIL���������10-quart  bright tin pall, 29c.  PUMP OILER���������Never fails to  work.. % bint capacity, $1,19.  COAL OIL LAMP���������Burner, wick,  chimney, nhade, complete, $1.29,  KNIFE SHARPENERS, 15ceach,  FLOUR or SUGAR SHAICliJR.lOc  COVERED ROASTER���������Comes in  Scotch Grey Ware, 18 x 7 inches,  takes any large roost, 98c,  TEA KETTLE���������Made of heavy  Sure Aluminum, panelled design,  olds _ quarts, $1.59.  DESSERT   FORKS. Nickel silver  stain-resisting, tho latest "Windsor' pattern. 6 to box, $1.19,  MIXING BOWLS���������White i<   a   -  el Mixing Bowla, t   o   cr B5)c.  TABLE KNIVES���������Stainless steel.  genuine Sheffield quality, also of  lades 5 !���������_ In., set of 6, $_.������!>.  POTATO POT���������Famous McClory  Scotch Ware, the most serviceable pot a woman can own. 98c.  ENAMEL WATER PAIL���������Holds  10 qunr s, 08c, ,  PIE PLATES���������Scotch Grey Enamel, 2 for 26c.  CLOTHES LINES ��������� Galvanized  wire, per 100 feet, 89c.  FRY PAN���������Extra good quality  steel ,8% In. i.cro_a top, 26c..  SAUCEPANS���������Two-coated grey  onamel, holds H% quarts, 08c.  UPl Iwl El mWj������\  COMPANY,   LTD.  "C**b"::$$&$tl  COOK STOVE, low initial  cost, gives desirable results, coal or wood * .   $15.93     ,,,ii ..,���������.,��������� i.-^..,���������,,.,. ���������  ~���������  g^   j|' I    4.-7o       OL o        ,m������jP% JL       a _w  _._���������_/  __y\^ *m^y  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PHONE 3    Furniture, Hardware  &:ZMm*V&\t!Mmm2!mmmmi^^  m*^V4um*w&.\\W  mmmm%wdiWm**mi\m*mmart  PHONE  19  PHONE 52L  CRESTON  WYNNDEL  mm; B  O  u  CASH STORE  CRESTON and WYNNDEL  MAWSON BROS. Old Premises.  Near Kevtew Office.  It Pays to Pay Gash  eD _r ___��������� v^i _rkiL_fc_t  Y TEAS, 2 lbs     $   .95  Y COFFEE, 2 lba  .95  Fresh Ground  BUTTER���������Aiix Creamery  3 lbs.9 $1.10  H.P.   SAUCE,   reg.   35c.:  special-  ��������� .29  TOMATO SAUCE, reg. 25c;  special, 2 for���������  .45  EXTRACTS. Lemon and  Vanilla, 4 oz.s reg. 55c.;  special, % for  .95  SPICES, per tin  .  9  JELLY POWDERS, 4 for... .30  Cereals  QUAKER Premium OATS,  reg. 45c;    Special 2 for . 75  SHREDDED WHEAT, reg.  price 15c; special 4 for.. ,50  WHEAT HEARTS, reg. 25c  Special, 2 for  . 40  MACARONI,     reg.   (.15c ;  Special, 9 lbs         1.00  Canned Goods  PEANUT BUTTER, reg.  25c; Special, 8 tins���������.. .59  PILCHARDS,    reg.   26cj  Special, 6 tins        1,00  SARDINES, reg. 10c; epec-  dal, 14 tins : ���������       1.00  CLARK'S SOUPS, assorted,  reg. 15c;  special, D tins       1.00  REO TOBACCO, H lb. tjjn .65  Lard  3-lb. pail '. -.-. .59  5-lb. pails         1.05  10*lu, tin.-         _..u_)  Bacon  SIDE, per lb 39  BACK, por lb  .45  Vinegar  BULK, special per gallon  .90  QUARTS, reg. 2Bcj  Special  por bottle.         ' ,20  Scalers  GEM JARS, Pints, doz        1,35  GEM JARS, I_ eato, do_on.. .    2,20  Cookies  SOBAS, por tin  ,99  COOKIES, Special  Mixed,  2 i������b ;        ,55  FAMILY SODAS, reg. 26c;  Sitectal, 2 for  ,4������  ' FANCY PA OKETS, 8 for.... .25  Bannnns, Watermelon, Grapefruit. Lemons, Cantaloupe  always in Htock.  S1WI> TW YOUR MAIL ORDERS  to p.o. box nt.


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