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 '.,".f>t0^.^-  Ftovinoiai l_-fcrarr  7  "?_~  Vol. XXXIX.  &RESTON, B. a>  JUNE 19,  1931  No.   13  Defeat Follows  Start   .*.  .1191'  _���������_.-._-__-  j_._3_a_������_gg  Sx_G������?0ak@-_ Oet :��������� s   Fi  Lead ancJ V/io by Same Margin  ���������Great Game Promised for  Sunday���������Locals Due lor Win.  In the garoft with the Snowfiakes of  Spokane last Sunday Creston had one  bad inning���������the first���������in which the  visitors annexed a half dozen counters;  the exact margin by which they won the  contest, the final score being 14>8.  In an effort to strengthen the isifieM  Watson was started at second base, with  QlJSe; JChristie doing the backstopping,  and the latter made not too bad a showing but Watson found hip new position  one that required some experience In to  do it justice and at the start of the  second Watson went back receiving,  Brogan repls-ciOg him at second, with  Baum holding down third. After the inauspicious opening Creston held their  own with the invaders. Fortin turiag in  a day's pitching that would be hard to  heat..     :���������"-.  This Sunday Creston wiii try conclusions with the Courthouse nine, also  - from Spokane. The guests of the" day  are rated as a good fielding team, but a  little weak with the bat. Creston will  field the sasne nine aa .finished out last  Sunday's encounter, and if the locals are  displaying the same ability as last  Sabbath they ought to- ti_r__ in a win.  The lineup for Sunday is the best  Creston can fiel and the fans are asked to  turn but in their oldtime numbers and  with their oldtime enthusiasm arid give  the home talent the support they  deserve. Instead of the _dl too Oommon  raaz ,siye^the^'tteess-v^^l^ividwa]^'������������������������������������ mmj^  .... ,^sJJS���������������tiy^^-|^^K^^|  apppintment^with th*3?_in__!'scored*  will be held at the community hall this  (Friday) evening, with music by AI  Fredericks' orchestra, and an admission  of $1 to gents, and 60 cents to ladies.  Strawberries are moving steadily now,  the first carload rolling east on Tuesday.  Some patches are surfing from the dry  weather. A thunderstorm broke over  the valley Monday night and brci  little of the much needed rain.   ������__<-  For the berry season opening dance  tonight AL Fredericks is &rit_gi_i& along  much new orciest_a t-dsat. YKe will  have Lawrence Neguir, sax.anc_ trombone; Carl "Walden, sax. and clarinet;  Kenneth Greggerson, banjo; and Sid  Walden, piano. The latter has the reputation of being one of the best piano  players in the northwest; and the music  for this dance will be the best yet.  Flower Shaw  Saturday Afternoon, June 20, is  > iD-ste^-Paying  Kill���������W_!������ S������so*r  Vancouver and Victoria Fairs.  :.1>' -������   jL*uu-iiy  *jrop_ier  Needlework  :������**.  Lutheran Confirmation  Sunday morning Lutheran services:  were of 9. festival character. Two young  men, Norman Nickel of Creston, and  Erwin Meyer of Camp- Lister, were received into full adult membership in the  church by the rite of confirmation. The  church was tastefully decorated with  plants amd boquets, in ke ping with the-  festival nature of the occasion.  One of the chief aims of the Lutheran  Church is the Christian training ^and  education of its youth, and both tBese  boys have froni early childhood been instructed in the dootrines of the bibl*������  During the past year they have received  intensive instruction according to the  outlines of the Lutheran catechism. Last  Sunday they were publicly examined by  the pastor- as to their knowledge of  Christian doctrine and practice. After  professing their adherence to the Lutheran confessions they were received as  communicant members' and will shortly  partake of their first communion.  The first confirmation service to bo  held in the rtew church took place on  Pentecost Sunday. On that day Pauline  Klein was confirmed in a German service.  ffffw,89B3&3&3 ���������  Paul and Oscar Of ner were auto  visitors nt Cranbrook last week.  i. i"  Mrs and Mfss Vera Redpnth of  Nelson were visitors tjhQ past week,  guests of Mrs. G   Mclnnls.  G������d. WoIrTi of Marble Lalso wan a  visitor, en route to Lethbridge, Aiberta,  a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Towson.  Mrs. G. Taylor and family of Calgary*  Alberto. w<?ro visitors last weelc with Mr.  Taylor of tho Canadian Pacific Express  Company, who resides hero for the berry  season.  Mr. and Mrs. Mcliinis and Doreun  wero nuto visitors to Nolpon at tho  beginning- of tho week. y ���������  David Taylor, son of Mr. and   Mrs  G. W. Taylor of Wynndel, Is ������ patient  in Lothbrldgo, Alborta, hospital, havirig  undergone ������n operation for appendicitis.  His conditio.. l������ very favorable.  The big berry season opening dnnco  Mrs. Bundy, sr., who has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bundy for  a couple of weeks, has returned to her  home at the coast.  Misses Msrcella Sanford and Ruby  Martin, who have been attending  Normal School at Victoria, arrived home  on Tuesday. Both were successful in  passing the session's examinations.  miss Hazei White of Fernie is a visitor  with her sister, Miss Jessie' White,  principal.of Erickson school.  A. McPerby of Calgary, Alberta,  spent a few days here this week, a guest  _.*   H_T���������     ��������� 3   ������_���������__     *������.     m������T"    TS....-^-.-  VB   .!__._ .  __--������ JXS.S1S.    A.    W .    JL. UliVjr.  _.���������_.Mr. and Mrs. H. Cowling of Vancouver are now occupying the former  Vic.-Mawson ranch, which they purchased about a year ago.  FVahk   Bamford   and   so^Koy, of  -Nelson_were weekend yipifox^>with Mr.  'im~i$''mm&$*CZ&m!x^^ "  '���������;'" ;^ri^_s^^uil-l':of ;_2a_t?lst..; Church1' ha������_-  a fine turnout for their lawn eodal at  W_ y B. -S-en_p*s onWednesday after?  ���������noon last, at which the cash intake was  about $55."  .  A brass plate showing the name of *th.e  district, date completed^ names cl the  trusteed and engineer, as well as the  B.C Concrete Company, has been placed  on the irrigation district monument at  the Long corner, thus letting passersby  know exactly what the cement pillar  commemorates.  The quite heavy rains of Monday and  Tuesday nights as well as Wednesday  are most welcome. They will help out  with everything, particularly strawberries, which have suffered from the  long,, dry spell.  The June session of Creston and  District Women's,, Institute transacted  a variet ��������� of business at the meeting on  Friday afternoon, isjfeieh was in charge  of the president, Mrs. G. F. Hayes, and  .attracted an attendance of gfi-;  Miss Edith Cr_w^rd, who has been  secretary for the past. year,, tendered her  resignation,, whica^ was accepted with  considerable regretYi end the matter of  securing ;av suec^aor left with the  directors^ -'it y wal^agreed to pay a  bounty on gophers kified, in co-operation  jlni  _���������_���������__>  with  the  Farmers* jlnstitute, "and the  ������!  having  tne  A Great Picture  Mid a blare of martial music and a  waving of flags, Gary Cooper will swing  onto the screen at the Grand Theatre tonight and Saturday in the greatest  soldier role he has ever played, in  "IVforocco." Paramount's gigantic and  spectacular drama of the French Foreign  Legion.     r���������  '  Not even in "Beau Sabreur" did  Cooper attain to the colorful background  which, features "Morocco," and the  brilliant action which makes ovory  moment of thla Josef von Sternberg  picture a breath-tak ng experience In  "Morocco,"' the talking screen has  found its voice of love for, with Cooper,  is seen that amazingly beautiful actress  whom Paramount brought from Germany to feature in this production,  Marlene Dietrich.  ^���������Morocco'" is a love story, emotion-  swept, filmed on an epic scale) under the  direction of the man who made "Underworld/' whoso rare combination of  artistic and practical skill has proved his  right, tirrio and time again, to bo lifted  with tho greatest directors of tho al  time. It in the story of a man and a  woman; a man ruthless with all womon,  considering them but piwalnu pleasures  to bo tainted and tossed aside: a woman  embittered of life, scorning all men.  Gory Cooper, happy go-luaky soldier  of fortune, n private in the French  Foreign Legion, is a young man without  an Illusion,, oven when ho makes, a play  for the girl, beau ilful Marl ono Dietrich,  a cafe singer, whoao ravishing charm atao-  jntorouta ,w jxj������.n-oM;SM>-worlo, Adolphe  Monjou.  The directors were given authority to  handle the 1931 flower show to be held  in Trinity Fnited Church hall on Saturday afternoon, June 20th from 3 to 5.30,  along with^ which will go a sale of cpok-'  ing and afternoon tea. Committees  .were named as follows to handle the fair:  Hali, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Cherrington.  Tea, Mrs. Archibald, Mrs. Lowther,  Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Martin  (Sirdar). Home cooking sale, Mrs.  Maxwell and Mrs. J. E. Johnston. For  this year there will be no canvassing for  prizes, as thesS will be paid out of  regular funds of the institute.  The tea hostesses were Mrs. W.  Archibald, Mrs. M. Young and Mrs.  Kernaghan, with the freewill offering  amounting to $1.80, which is earmarked  for the crippled children's fund.  the  OT  Decide  Have Fall Fair  Name Committees to Handle  Prize List Reconstruction and  Fsnantifng ���������- Redrafting Sports  Program���������Sewing Glass   OK.  Mice Sid������n&  decision  was  in  fartfo;  usual flower show.  For the hospital eMrnmitteei Mrs. Jas.  Cook reported the arrival"���������'6f material for  sheeting and gown making, and already  material had been given out for the  making off half ..a- dozen of these  garments. ' During Ihe month there had  been donati.ns bf sheets, feathers,  cotton rags and- tinfoil.  For the home industries committee,  Mrs. R. Stevens stated that a fine lot f  needlework was coming in for the institute's eo_!ec_-0__ to be shown at the  Vanconyer exhibiticin toward the end of  August, and also at Victoria exhibition  that comes at the end of the samemonth.  Mrs. Steyezis y/rni authorized to secure  material and (to sj^|ndse taer: institute's  :^^^(6w6i|kera^i^'^:tl^ making of a  comforter whiA will b4' sho#U- at these  ���������Mrs-.";.Jats!.s,Gh������rrin^t<>r_;_.';v_s_r^: "efficiently  demonstrated the candying of fruit using  "both k';Erendij:aad an American receipe.  In connect!^, with, school work it was  decided to offer a bounty of one cent per  tail on all gophers killed by pupils  attending Creston s chool. This effort  will .be supervised by Mrs. Mallandaine, who is hoping the,Farmers' Institute will pay a like bounty tb encourage  the slaughter of these pests, which are  morenumer us than ever this year.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and baby  daughter of Shepard, Alberta, arrived  in by auto at the end of the week on a  visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.  C. Martin.  The rains of Tuesday and Wednesday  were most welcome. They will help out  the later varieties of strawberries as well  as the raspberries and all gardeh stuff.  Strawberry picking is under way but ~  due the prolonged dry weathpr shipments are light, and are being taken. to  Creston for shipmehtY Rudolf Carr is  this year in charge of the shipping at the  Reed & Mather stop. y  Mrs. Bill Kelly and daughter, Jennie,  of Elko, are here on a visit with her  mother, Mrs. John Marshall.  A new poultry house has been erected  oniheiWi A.^ Peatjeranch to replace the  ���������ohe'r4estroyed:";;l������y.'' jftise about a" :nipntii'  I ago.   No move^^has-p^en made as^et to  JtJ*__������^si_������'-:jjii_e?=;ba--ffi-<i^^  WCildlfUW  The annual Flower Show under the  auspices of Creston' and District  Women's Institute will he held in  Trinity United Church Hall on SATURDAY, JUNE 20th, from 8 to 5.80 jp.m.  Afternoon Tea and Sale of Home  Cooking in connection.  First and Second Prizes will be awarded  also several special prixes.  The Secretary, Miss Edith Crawford,  will be obliged If exhibit or b will send in  their entries as soon as possible, though  these will be received up to June 19th.  The following is the list of classes.  1. Iris, collection.  2. Roses, 3 blooms.  8, Finks, G blooms.  4  Sweet William, S sprays, assorted.  6. California Poppy, vase.  6. Oriental Poppy, vase.  7. Any other variety Poppy,  8. Snapdragon, 8 stalks, assorted-  -  9. Canterbury Bells, 3 stalks,  10. Foxglove, 31 Btalks.  11. Shasta Daisy, S blooms.  .12. Cornflower, vase.  18. Pansy, collection.  14. Peony, 8 bloortis.  10. Delphenium, 8 stalks,  10. Petunia, collection.  17. Cape Forgot-Mo-Not, vase.  18. Columbine, 6 sprays.  lih Pyrethrum,  collection.  20. Any other variety of flowers,  HOUSE PLANTS  22, Geranium.  28. Begonia.  ' 24. 'Fern.  26, Primula.  2fi. Any other variety hou&e plant.  SPECIAL PRIZES.  28. Singlo Flower in bud, vase,  20. Best single entry.  To non-membero of the. Institute  thoro will bo an entry fee of 25 cents for  each competitor^  school will;hi|ye ypase pupil  wrfting^r. the Grade 8 exa_ninatiqn������ j-g^  Cresi&n  eoiausu'eneing  on   the  2iSt-_ , in  Betty Stace Smith.  School will close on the 26th as  Principal Freaney hew been named to  supervise th^ Grade 8 examinations at  the Wsnnindel centre, which commence on  the 26th.  The rai; of this week will hold up the  alfalfa harvest which got nicely under  way the latter part of the week.  . All are welcome to the social dance at  the schoolhouse this <Friday) evening,  June 19th, commencing at 9 o'clock.  Good music has been arranged for.  Ladies please bring refreshments.  Crestpn is to have its annual fall fair.  This wa������ the quite unanimous decision*  of the directors of Creston Valley Agricultural Association, who met in special  session at the town hall oa Tuesday  svc__-ng,w_4.__ -She pres-denS. Frank Putnam, in the chair, and a full turnout o*  the directorate The prize list co mit-  tee had a session at the close of the meeting and revised the needlework class and  this will be published next week so that  exhibitors can start to work at once.  A committee consisting of Mrs. H. W.  McLaren, D. Bradley, C. Siitcliffe, Chas.  Murrell and the president was named to  devise improvements and new methods  in the 1931 prize list, and the securing of  finances for the successful staging of the  fair, this committee to seport hack to  another meeting within 3(1. days. :  ^H. W. McLaren was named a committee of oi_er with power fro add, to overhaul the sports features -of thr second  afternopin -of the fair. It was .decided  that for thisyeai; all exhibits in canned  goods should be ih pint containers,  Vice-president Ghas. Sutcliffe reperfesd  on successfully carrylnug but the work  previously .^assigned the president and-  iffms'elf, of getting the village council to  put a floor in the main building. A letter.  of appreciation w^ll be sent the \ ccuncil  and along w5th|t mrill go a request that  bette^proftection be givers the building.  in the.wicyYof'' pri^^ng-.tfeeyJ^veTiiles^  ^0__S:;,''aSlOT.^j^'\'.^w';;f������*.f^i^W It"  were installed at _. convenient place out-  jsjide-the; building. such "a.'-csmvenience  yfouid dG&w&yvriih the bad habit that  has developed of getting into the building for driaking water.  ,   ExhibltorB  inuiat  cohlainora for th*. ir  provide plain, gJass  own exhibits.  Mr. ond| Mrs. Grover Kifer arrived  home from their wedding trip on Wednesday last, and left immediately for  Canal Flats, where they will reside.  The United Church Ladies' Aid are  having an ice cream social at ;he hall on  Saturday evening.  Canyon Cougars softball team won the  final game of. the season against the  Creston Wildcats at Creston on Monday  evening.   The score was 12 to 8.  A. A. Bond, who has been working on  a plastering contract at Rossland for the  past couple of wecke, has returned home.  Chas. Pipe, who has been working in  the Nelson district for some time past,  is home again, and expects to go on duty  shortly as forestry lookout on Goat  Mountain.  For the first time on record Frank  Putnam best the rain to it in getting off  the alfalfa crop on hia corner acreage.  He had the last load under cover a few  hours before Monday's rain set in.  Harry VanAckeran, who has spent the  past three years in Antwerp, Belgium,  whoro lie was at school and employed by  n large shippinK eomjwny, arrived homo  at tho end of the week.  Quito heavy rains on. Monday nnd  Tuesday nlghtf* will help out garden  stuff considerably^ So far this year it  has been s6 dry ttyat even the weeds  havo failed to make tholr usual growth  , Tho most fieri ouw foreBt lire of the  Htinhou l.rolw������ o.n. on Monday on tJ.o ftata  at Goat river and a crew of about 25  men wero ruehed to the spot and by hard  Birth���������On June 11th, to Mr. and Mrs.  Kin. Demchuk, a son.  Mrs. Hobden left at the end' of the  week for Toronto, and expects to spend  the next year on a visit with relatives in  that city and other points in Ontario.  Gravelling is expected to start this  week on the North and South road  diversion from the Hurry' eorner to the  the Idaho boundary.  R, T. Millner is working the Lister  area this week taking the official census,  and will probably complete the work  this week.  R. Wilson of Nelson, who Is working  the valley in the interests of the Beatty  Washing Machine Company, is a guest  of Goo. Hurry.  Jcs. Duncan, who haa been in charge  of the cookhouse at the Washout Creek  road camp, is home for a fowgdays. As  soon as the gas shovel is repaired work  will re-open at Goatfell it is expected.  The rains of Monday and Tuesday  have been inopportune for the alfalfa  crop, considerable of which had been cut  and lying in the fields. The rain is most  welcome for al other crops, however.  Sunday, 21st, is the Ion goat   day of  the year.  ������  All pointB in the valley, including  Porthill, were reprcflPHitcd at tlie LSatc_-  I-Iuscroft Farmers' Institute picnic on  Sunday afternoon, which was largely  attended. Tlio afternoon attractions  were tho races and sports for tho children  and a baseball ttmtd. between Canyon  and Porthill, whieh Canyon won by a  score of 10 to 16, with Goo- Mblow, jr.,  and Jack Hnle ah bc__t_ry. In th*.  ovenlng an equally exciting softball game  between Canyon and Huocroffc girls was  played with Canyon winnioK-17 to 10.  There was free tea, coffee and lemonade  and the supper spread was wn excellent  one, all bringing well filled bsu_lM.it..  work prevented the flames Rprestdlng Into  u cut._ridu.itbtu quai-tity of tion and poatH  piled In that locality and belonging to A.  G. Sumueloon. ���������y  ^rHS.  B3  CHSSTQ1T,   B.   e.  tSBBE  a__  ������* f^npn ^W^'^ft^S^^^ii^i^s^^?^  Theatrical Manager: "What's your line?"  Applicant: ^'Oh-er-anything ln the line of tragedy."  Theatrical Manager: "H'm.   Well, let's see what you can do,  boo like a child.���������London Opinion.  '"     ' '  -- ���������������������������--  ���������   Make me  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIERY TOLD  As a result of a recent change in  its postal service, Poland now has a  post office for every 6,300 inhabitants.  The Central Bank of Shanghai recently shipped gold bars to the value  dunimx auiuuL jLxaauN  JUNE   21  Vital Statistics  ___      __Ml   l-i.���������f  El_g__t__ A__m_a_ SSepOrt Covering tho  Vear ������928 ftiu. Just Beett Issued  The IJominldtt Btti'eau ot Statistics  has Just issued the eighth annual report of Vita! Statistics covering the  year 1823. AUhoug-h t__<_ mors __x_-*  por .ant figures for that year were  grivea. out in 1920 In preliminary form,  the present volume, 'vvhlch contains  detailed anlysls for permanent rocord,  has many features of great Interest.  The report contains tables classifying the parents of children born during the year, under such headings aa  ago,   racial   origin   and   birthplace.  Table-s of decedents    are    presented  under similar head_ng"&; ftod Hpflclnl attention is given to treatment _of causes of death according to age, nativity  and conjugal condition, while the occupation of the decedent is tabulated  for certain causes.      Marriages    are  classified according to the ages, birthplaces and religions of the contracting   parties.     Statistics    of   births,  deaths and marriages are also given  In   detail   by  localities.     The   report  contains special tables for the Indian  population and for the Yukon and the  North West Territories.  A very full analytical introduction  ls Included in the volume.  ������&&& i^_fV_ENSITUlK&S of*  XVHAT G>__MS_, SEFGRil). As , Cat-isal-i  jimmy and hlsi new roUtid mend Jed  Btone race away front the Chinese bart-  '. <_l_e- In an old railway locomotive, Jed  tells how h.ei broi5_e_ had. been Can-  aired bs. butts, we, &na &f hid ^a_n  _ear<____ .  A a Jed told mc ihe etory of'how his  brother had soundly thrashed the bandit  chief and how they had oarried htm away  Into the hilli. In revenge, It suddenly oa*  currea to me, that these outlaws wore  the Santo band from which I had recently  escaped.  We were so intereated In oui* plana for1  Kettlng'    him    free.  *ie& fcca_-e_^<- ftroundi Jthe drew harl  fuckilv,! Jumped, . khd taking he .fuEther  chancel,  prorr_������_!y  fled. .        .     . .  "I g-ues-t we had bettei" get Out of herd  before   someorts   blames   us   for  all- this.  chuckled  Jed   Stone,     "Firs* .thing  you'll  know some  one or other will want thel.  old engine tack'S-rlot'*. ro<    -..       -~  It seemed, best to leave the frelgtit carj_  Hght thpre. As ; quickly, as X could. I  Uncoupled thd engine, climbed in.o tho  ca"b and opened tne throttle.--.Alter louring along for a few mile., fen Jd^a oc������s  ourred to Jed Stone. - .        .  "HoW    about    cutting    the    telcgraph  WireB?" .  True   enough,   3_i   a   few   __.-n_i.e_f   tho  crew   might-decide   to   return   and   tele  And     __ss_i    thers1!!    V.s  light  Kraph    ansadj  whole parcel ������f Chinese ��������� troops Waiting  iov un, asklnaf Where- we found the en-  _' i. We slowed down to a stop. in n.  jxioinent I ������-1i_r_.?������el out i.nd Qiit- the v.lros,  "We were still in. enemy territory, many  miles   from - Shanghai.    Somehow  hat 1 ftilled to notice    niiO-iier    imiri  l-oundlnff the curve.  lint.!     lis     whistle   __.,,._.  fchrleked    a   warn-} "J"���������  lngr. To make mat- j  tor*,       -worse       We j  were    backing    np. | ^^t ^iur airplane and Bet so-  instead of running  forward and our  string of freight  ears -would soon be  reduced to match-  heavy locomotives.  TO  SIN   OF   CAUSING   OTHERS  SXVUIfiUE.���������TEMPERANCE  UESSON  *-H_  "-Empress of Asia."  The Irish Free State Government  rejected a proposal for estahlishment  of a gambling casino at Bray, a sea-  I Golden Text: "It is good not to eat  ! flesh, nor to drink, wine, nor to do  anything; whereby thy brother stum-  'hleth."���������Romans  14/21.  Lesson: Romans 14.13-23.  Devotional Reading: 1 John 4.7-13.  Gre.it Lakes' Level  Exceptionally  Low  Will  Hamper  -Fall  Grain   Movement  Unless Bains- Excessive  Movement of the grain crop down  me  .-. ��������� _  ^- _. . i.������  . _i__-__-_._-.__  v*reo_i_  a-.tL_i.cB  win   ue  uuuai.uci&oij'  Diijrc-     ������ 1_--S_A  r.���������*    .���������������>   _->__..���������^���������-,   ���������\X'5<._r1r\T_,'  Thirty-one French war veterans re-  ceaatiy spent four -.as's. tn L_ondoH -as  gTttests of the British I_egion. which  has mad. them honorary members for  their services in connection -with Legion pilgrimages-  The international radio conference  in Copenhagen, I>er_-__ark, at wnich  about 40 nations were " represented,  ended J*ane 9. A. number of proposals  were drafted  for  submission  to   the  _E__pI--__at_e_-S and Comments  One's Responsibilty For His Brother, verse 13.���������But thou, why dost  thou ji_.<_ge thy brother? questions  Raul in the preceding- verses "(10-12),  or thou again, Why dost thou set at  nought tlxy brother? For -we shall all  stand before the judgment seat of  God. So then each one of us shall give  an account of himself to God. Therefore, [in view of God's judgment],  Paul continues, let us not judge one  another any more; but judge ye this  rather [notice the play upon words  here] that no man put a stumbling  block in his brother's way, or an occasion of f ailing. Instead of thinking about your brother's conduct and  world congress, which is slated to be: condemning it (verse 10), think about  \ your  own  conduct,   and   see   that  it  hampered next fall unless this summer sees an excessive,, rainfall  throughout Ontario, Manitoba and  middle western United States.  Such is the conclusion to which  hydrographic experts 3n the Department of Marine at Ottawa are irresistibly driven following a check-up  of the water levels of the Great  Lakes and the St. Lawrence River.  Figures gathered by the department show that these levels are far  below the average for this time of  year.  wood Between the  The brakes would never atop In time���������  I switched to full speed ahead In hope  that I could lessen the impact. Tfse  wheels spun and hissed, and it seemed  tii������t our luv-&miotiv6 mutit jump tho  t rack.  Too   late!   There   was  an   ear-splitting     ,  crash and it .Just felt as If some big _r_at_t j o������ n  naa Kicked the locomotive riKhi out from j    under us. It seemed as If she -were goin* to turn rierht over, "but somehow it  held  to the  rails.  Looking- back we saw a wreck Indeed.  The engine had plowed Into the rear of  our train of ten rrleght cars. The flrst  three were a mass of sp.inters, the next  two were crossways on the track. The  engine Itself, after causing- all that trouble had lumped the track, and now lay  on Its side in the ditch steaming and  fussing at a great rate.  The tracks looked as If a cyclone haa  juat -Kxased by.    Sails were torn up, and  ing. Every moment's delay meant Just  that much lesa chance of rescuing Jed  Stone's brother, Gluy, alive. On and on  I pushed the old engine, as fast as 2  dared. . . ���������      __   _  The   country  was  flat   and  uninterest*  Ing.       Most     of  the timber had  been   cut   away  ������oop������ before-  arid the ground  almost      barren  vegetation.  _. e_._������__  passed   by,   and  after a time -we  began to see  a n occasional  sollder walking  along the  tracks.    Then a  pear on  horizon.  large -wood began to ap-  our left, stretching away to the  (To Be Continued.)  Any of our young readers writing te  Capt. Jlmroy" 2010 Star Bldg., Toronto.  wiii receive his s-gsed photo free.  t���������_r  IBord&ft/S Chocolate Malted Milk  The health-giving, delicious drink for children and grown-  Aips.     -.    -     -     Pound and half pound tins at your grocers  Believes  Wars   Are   Inevitable  New Experimental  Farm  Claim 'Plane Speed  held in Madrid in 1932.  Delegates in Toronto to the World's  Women's Christian Temperance Union  Convention wltl carry home with  tbem to the four corners of the earth  unique souvenirs in the shape of small  phials    full    of    hard    wheat    from  Alberta. I     Another>s   scruples   Must  Be   Re-  Economlc indigestion was put forth spected, verses 14-16. I know, and  aa one of the "main contributing'. am persuaded in the Lord Jesus, that  causes of the husiness ailments" af-| nothing is unclean of itself, 3n its own  _.-*._ *t_ tt ������* j __������ i. i +i. nature. As a "Pharisee of the Pharl-  fecting the   United    States    in    the  Beea<  "world   wide   epidemic   of  trade   de-  ! does not cause another to sin. See 1  Corinthians 8.8-13. "Stumbling- "clock"  and "an occasion of falling" are  seemingly synonymous, though the  first is taken to mean a hindrance  and the second something that actually throws a "brother down' in his  life's    course.      See    Romans    9.33;  I I_eviticus 19.14.  pression" by Senator Davis, of Pennsylvania. |  Charles I_indley Wood, second Vis- '  count   Halifax,   celebrated   his   92nd  birthday anniversary recently.     He is ,  probably the proudest father in Great i  Britain, for his    only   son    is    Lord  Irwin, who recently retired from the  high post of viceroy of India.  In behalf of enthusiasts of Charles  Dickens in Toronto and Boston,  wreaths were laid on the novelist's  grave In Westminster Abbey, June 9,  to commemorate the 61st anniversary  of his death. The wreaths were composed of scarlet geraniums, Dickens'  favorite flower.  Soviet School In London  A Soviet school with Russian  teachers has been opened at a club in  London, England, for children of the  club's members, who are Soviet employees In the city. Thcro are 20  pupils, who are taught the usual subjects, and both English and Russian,  but not religion.  MNol I hIiiiU never  forifot tho date  Paul has strictly kept the Levit-  Ical law, which forbade the eating of  certain animals (Lev. 11); his knowledge that nothing is unclean of itself  had come to him through his fellowship with the Lord Jesus. The Greek  word "koinon," unclean, means literally "common"���������such food was common to the world, but forbidden to  the pious Jew. Recall Peter's vision  on the housetop. Nothing is unclean  save that to him who accounteth anything to be unclean, to him It is unclean.  The Important and the Unimportant, verses 17-19.���������Por the Kingdom  of God, the reign of Christ over men,  Is not eatlntf and drinking; the important matters are righteousness  i and peace, and joy In the Holy Spirt  ���������through His indwelling.  He who serves Christ in this way is  pleasing to God and man. So then  let us pursue things that make for  peace, and things whereby we may  improve one another, that ia, let uh  consider what effect upon others our  conduct will havo.  Abstinence For the Sake Of Others,  verses 20-23.���������Overthrow, pull down,  is the opposite of edify, build up. Possibly some of tho "strong" Christians  were on  tho point of disrupting tho  Church of Roxno over thc unimportant  question of  "moat,"  and Paul counsels them not to overthrow for moat's  sako tho work of God, "tho Christian  brother, whoso Christian personality  Is  God's  work."    Paul  now  repeats  tho thought of verse  14 in  saying,  "All things Indeed are clean; howbolt  It is evil for the man who eateth with  offence to his own conscience.     It is  not jyood  to cat flesh, nor to drink  wino,   nor  to   do   anything   whereby  thy brother stumbleth."   Compare tho  Golden Rule and tlio two Great Com-  mandmonts.  Tho faith which thou hast,��������� tho  enlightened faith, which permit������ theo; p  to boo that all thingn are alean���������have' "  thou to thyoolf before God���������do not  proclaim It so a������ to offend others.  Happy ia ho that jtidgeth not himself  ln that which he approve..... But he  that doubteth Is condemned If he eat,  because ho eateth not of faith; nnd  "whatHoeve*. Ih not of faith, whatsoever Iei not done because ono bellovon  it to bo right, in aln.  British Scientist Says Mother .Mature  "    Uses Wars For Pruning JHook  Man's dream of a, world without  war can never come true, Sir Arthur  Keith, the British scientist, said in  an address at Aberdeen University  where he is the rector.  "Nature keeps her human orchard  healthy by pruning,"   he  said,   "and  war is her pruning hook. We cannot,  dispense with her services."  That "harsh and repugnant" assertion was wrung from him, he said,  even though the future of his own  dreams is a time of everlasting peace.  Will   Serve   Large   Area   Of   Three  Million Acres In Southern  Saskatchewan  The new experimental farm, of the  Dominion Government located two  miles south of Regina and a mile  east of _STo. 6 Highway, which recently opened, -will serve the Regina-  Moose Jaw-WeS^burn area which comprises some 3,000,000 acres of heavy  clay soil. Soil drifting will be one of  the problems to be investigated at  the farm, also weed control, comparisons of different methods of sunamer- *  fallow land for seeding, preparing J  stubble land for crop, the economic]  value of forage crops and their relation to the general problems and intensive studies of weeds prevalent In  this area.  _>ecaro  Exceeoei!  Trial Flights Of Schneider Cup Pilots  "Were Speedy  The world's airplane speed record  of 357 miles an hour, made by Squadron Leader August H. Orlebar in  1929 was reported to have been broken several times by pilots in training  for the gchneider Cup races.  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To be  tho only beautiful woman aboard a  yacht sailing' amid fairy isles ��������� to  u������V6 the daily companionship of a  man who, her husband had implied,  was adamant to her charms, and to  realize that he ,was keenly aware of  them���������to have even as (antiquated a  male as Colonel Nowell eager for her  favors, was the breath of life to her.  In no way could Amy Myer he regarded as a rival. She was not beautiful, and It. was evident that she  cared not a snap of her fingers for  the admiration of either Nick cr the  Colonel.  Myer. himself wa& on his good behaviour, and Angela was too absorbed  in her conquest of Nick to feel  chagrined at the .fact that not once  had her host manoeuvered to be alone  with her. Possibly the presence xo������  his small daughter, to-whom he was  unquestionably devoted, made a difference. Indeed, little Marjorie was  the only rival whom Angela feared,  for "to Nick the "child was a source  of unfailing', entertainment. Sometimes for entire mornings they would  sit on deck playing some ridiculous  game, while Angela temporarily deserted, inwardly boiled with rage, and  wondered why the Myers should take  a child on a trip of this sort.  Nick grew to like Mrs. Myer. Her  blase manner which had repelled him  last summer at Bakersville, seemed  to drop away on shipboard. At little  Marjorie's entreaty she sometimes  joined in their games; and with her  child, at least, she was unaffected.  '-" And Amy Myer liked Nick. It was  on a night when he and Angela had  entranced them all by singirig together in the quiet, tropLc starlight, that,  in the privacy of their own stateroom, she confided that liking to her  husband.  "He's a nice fellow, Nick Hastings.  It makes me tired to see Angela set  her cap for him. She doesn't make  much headway; hut I tell you what,  George Myer, If I find her succeeding  ais I've watched hor succeed with ������������������  others, we'll put for the nearest port."  "Oh, I guess Hastings sees through  her all fright. He's not In the infant  class," answered Myer indifferently.  She said, hor back, to him: "And  how about yourself���������last summer ���������>  on the terraco at Bakersville ?"  . Myer was bent low ovor a refractory shoe-lace, When ho lifted his  face it had acquired a brick-rod color  that was not tho result of tropic sun.  "What do you mean?"  Amy removed a last hairpin, and  shook out the wonderful coils of soft,  dark hair which was her only beauty.  "So you thought I'didn't know, my  dear? I fear you were careless. As it  happened, I was on the other side of  that -lilac bush; and. if. I'm not mistaken that freak of a maid was in the  dining room, directly behind you. Next  time "���������" ���������.:,..������������������  "Yau knoyj- jolly well that there  won't be a next time," he said gruffly.  "There wouldtft have been���������that,, if It  hadn't been for the moon, and a damn  pretty woman thrown In."  "Yes, she's pretty," admitted Amy.  She drew a quick sigh as her eyes  met her own Image in the mirror.  Myer heard it, and felt, amid disgust  at his own weakness, a sudden, long-  dormant protective tenderness for his  wife. He arose, limping twoard her  on one shoe, and lifted a strand of  her beautiful hair.  "Can she beat that?"  "But���������but it's all I have, George."  "I'm damned if it is! Do you think  for a minute������������������"  She turned, smiling up at him, her  eyes bright.  "No, I don't; but I didn't like her  making a fool of you, my dear. That's  something no woman who loves her  husband likes to see. And she did  | make a fool of you, George���������you  can't deny it. It was to prove to myself that my faith in you was unshaken, that I asked her to come with us  on this cruise. But I don't like her  playing with Nick Hastings. He's got  a wife of his own."  Well he hasn't forgotten her���������yet;  and it's my opinion that he enjoys the  kid darn sight, more than he enjoys  Angela."  He still held the strand of her hair,  a bit awkwardly. .  .  "Amy," he hesitated, "I���������I'm sorry  about last summer. I don't know what  Itching Ends Right Away  *'I had ������cze__xa for eaverel months. Stogie 0poll*  cation of 'Sootha-Salva' ended Itch and bum  right a war. My ���������____ In now clear." Jane Paula*  ���������'Sooths Balr8.,, Is qu������___S5- taown eellei tog  eczema. Itching atopa; ccaloa go. Alldrugglata.  gut li-Lu  ___c,   JJUL   "I do," said Amy, "and because I  understand, I forgive you; but just  look out that it doesn't happen again.  George."  "I can promise it won't. I've never  broken my word to you, have I?"  "No. Perhaps that's my reason for  trusting you."  She gently loosened the fingers that  held her hair, and began brushing it  with sure, swift strokes. Her husband  watched her a moment silently; .then  sat dowp. and unlace^ his other shoe.  No more words passed between them;  but later when he kissed her good-  .night, he told himself that he was a  . miserable cur, and that his wife was  the most wonderful woman in the  world, which, after all, is a healthful  state of mind for a married man.  These were enchanted days to Nick,  though at  times he  worried  at  the  stantly. +HIs regret deepened when  he saw that Angela had flushed; but  she replied evenly: "Yes, Jim has  been devotion itself to���������Bakersville.  Are you so blind as to imagine that  Martha Is the attraction?"  She met his puzzled eyes with a  mocking glance that baffled him. Amy  Myer, watching intently, felt suddenly that there was some horrid meaning behind Angela's remark. It was a  call to lunch that interrupted the.  question on Nick's lips, and caused  Angela to give thanks to her .lucky  star. Her irritation had carried her  beyond her depth. Next time, she  thought, she must be more careful.  It waa a week later, one evening  when little Marjorie had gone to bed,  that Colonel Nowell quite innocently  set off a bomb���������at least, it was a  bomb to Angela, and supplied food  for thought to more than one of the  party.  ihe day had been unusually oppressive, followed bu an evening iof moonlit beauty that seemed to filter  through the hazy atmosphere. The sea  was like glass; the air balmy, and  fragrant with the scent of some wild  shrub, wafted from an island that  they -were to explore next day.  Angela, in high good humor because  Nick's chair was close to hers, was  crooning a negro lullaby that fitted  exquisitely the time and place. Her  voice, softly muted to suit her audience, brought to each one some tender memory.  George Myer reached for his wife's  hand and clasped it. Colonel NdwelTs  thoughts were thirty years away, vis-  ioning- another moon-lit night on the  coast of Maine. Nick was thinking of  home���������wondering if the babies had  grown���������seeing the look In Gay's eyes  when he kissed her goodbye. It was  a moment of pure enchantment. T__en  the voice ceased. It was the Colonel  who broke the silence that followed.  "Are any of you familiar with the  state of Maine?"  There was a murmured assent. No  one seemed yet quite ready for conversation. As the moonlight fell  across her knees Amy withdrew her  hand from her husband's clasp, and  Nick, with an effort, brought himself  back from Bakersville.  "Nothing to my mind is lovelier  than the coast of Maine," the Colonel  was saying. "Went there thirty years  ago, and haven't missed a half a dozen  summers  since.  Stayed most  every  Bees Give Pilot Lively Ride  Hive Broke While Being Transported  From Marseilles To Paris  basahova, one of the pilots of the  Air Union Line, will be careful hereafter about who he ;"takes for a ride"  even if he loses his job as a result of  itY ������������������'���������"      '-'���������  _ -.��������� ���������       '���������'.  On his recent flight from Marseilles to Paris, a distance of 500 miles,  he carried a consignment of bees, ten  hives in all. As they were carefully  stowed away in the baggage compartment of his 'plane, he never gave  them a thought until some so-called  airpockets and the cries of his three  passengers brought them forcibly to  mind. After one of the lurches of the  machine a hive had fallen to the  floor, broken open and released the  bees. For a minute or two they had  triied to get back to their cells. But  finding that impossible- and sensing  their freedom, they had invaded the  cabin and tried tb escape through the  windows which were unfortunately  closed.  The passengers recovering somewhat from their fright, protected  their heads with whatever they possessed in the way of scarves, coats  and handkerchiefs. And thus they remained, until their arrival at the aerodrome.  The unfortunate pilot, how<-ver,  outside of pressing close his-goggles,  tightening his.ear flaps and buttoning  high his coat, could. do nothing but  keep his hands on the controls. Raising one, he found, only attracted the  bees and irritated them all the more.  Occasionally some of them alighted on  his face and a few left their stings.  By rare good luck he had put on his  gloves before starting and that saved  his hands.  When the 'plane taxied up to the  landing oh arrival and the attendants  had opened the door, the bees poured  out and it was some time before? they  were led back by the queen bee to the  hive re:erected-outside.  It was a record run, but, as Casanova says, "Never again."  At Last! The Truth About  Pimples, acne -and blackheads ar������  caused by a -rundown, disordered  -system, by those harmful acids and  loxins which make your skin break out.  So if you want swiftly to rid yourself  of that ugly, blemished complexion  and to obtain beautiful, smooth and  soft skin for all times���������eyes sparkling  like diamonds���������superb daily health���������  take  Kruschen  Salts.  Kruschen Salts are a perfect blend  ������f the six vital salts which nerves,  glands, blood and body organs ought  to receive from food if they're to work  properly���������but it's simply impossible  to obtain these salts in these days of  saodern cooking.!  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N.    0-   1804  deal from mere acquaintances.      He  said as much one morning when he  and Amy Myer were playing at shuffle-board with Marjorie, whom Nick  had taught to be fairly skillful.-  Amy smiled.  "My friend, you're worth your  weight in gold just as a nursemaid!  E've never taken Marjorie on a cruise  and had so much leisure for myself.  The child adores you. If there's any  obligation It's on our side."  Angela, who had been watching the  game, gave vent to one of her bored  shrugs.  "Isn't that a unique way to regard  one's .' guest.-4 as a nursemaid?" she  queried languidly.  Nick laughed; but Amy replied unsmiling: "Better,a nursemaid than a  lady's man, I think, or���������ot a tame  cat."  Their eyes clashed for a moment;  then Angela looked away. It was like  a sudden unsheathing of swords, which  Nick, happily unconscious, did not  ace. He laughed as ho said: "I don't  mind in the least being regarded as  nursemaid, Angola. Gay says I'm a  corker! I can do most anything for  tho kids that she can, from washing  ears to telling bedtime stories."  Hor Up curled. For the moment she  was angry with him. ���������  "I aeo. You aro, then, , a. port of!  mothor's-holpfir ?"'-"' ���������;'���������'���������'  The words wero .spiteful. Amy  smiled, and thought: "A few: more  speeches of that kind, nnd my lady  will give here elf away," Nick, however, was still good-natured, aa he  answered:  "That's not a bad shot, Angola; hut  it doesn't hurt, I'd ._<. nshnmnd not to  bo something of a .mother's-helper*  whon I've got two kids and. no nursemaid to look after; "cm. And I  wouldn't miss tha fun ofi It, either.  Say! your husgand'a just finding It  out! Ho hae great times with his  small protegee."  Ho regretted tho woi'da almost in-1  all beautiful;  but give me good  Painter's Neck for a steady diet.'  (To Be Continued.)  old  Good-Bye Asthma. FOrsons suffering from that extremely trying trouble known as, asthma know what it is  to long with all their hearts for  escape as from a tyrant. Never do  they know when an attack may  come and they know that to struggle  Unaided is vain. With Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy at hand,  however, they can say good-bye to  their enemy and enjoy life again. It  helps at once.  THE RHYMING!  OPTIMIST  By Aline Michaelis  -���������And the angel said unto, them,  Fear not; for, behold, I bring you  good tidings of .great joy, which shall  be to all people. For unto you is  born this day in the city of David a  Saviour,\which is Christ the Lord."-*  Luke II. 10, 11.  And clear today as long ago,  The aiagel chorus echoes still.  Above the clamour and the throe  Of human passion, human woe:  "Good-will   and peace*   peace and  .   good-will."  Through    eighteen   hundred    stormy  years, '  The dear notes ring and will  not  cease;  And past all mists of mortal tears.  The guiding star rebukes our fears;  "Peace and good-will, good-will and  peace."  ���������Susan Coolidge.  If we will really persevere in our  endeavours and in our prayers, we  may be sure that He who was on this  ������iay born into the world,���������-the Saviour  of sinners,���������and who grew up as a  tender plant in a dry jground, will  cause the dry ground of our hearts  to become fruitful, and the seed of  grace to spring up, first the blade,  then the  ear,  then tbe  full  corn  in.  frVlA   _.S_._* "P_������f01*"Wmitj���������������'������������������''.  Prehistoric Man  Discovery Made Of Skull Of a Child  Believed To Be 30,000 Years Old  A discovery which ls expected to  prove of great importance In throwing  additional light on prehistoric man  was mado by the young archaeologist,  Theodore McCown at Wndy Moughara  Athlit, says a dispatch from Jerusalem. -  It is a child's skull of the Mouster-  ian ago, of the same type as tho  "Galilee skull" found on tho shore of  tho Sea of Galileo In 192B.  Tho present skull is estimated to  be 30,000 years old.  A CHILD'S WOULD  So vast, so wonderful, so new,  So full of gleam and gold;  ;  Oh, little child, I envy you,  Who see this world unfold!  It is a world of lovely things  All made for your delight,  By day  a  world   that  smiles   and  sings  Your mother's arms by night!  Here fairy tales come true, sometimes,  Here no deceit can dwell;  To hours as sweet as silver chimes  Life flows, and all is well.  Though soon into your world must  creep  Some cares, while joys depart,  You can be blest, still, if you keep  A child's glad, trustful heart.  Its Quality Sells It.���������-The fact thav  so many thousands of intelligent people continue Ytb " use *���������' -Dr. Thomas*  Eclectrifc Oil speaks volumes for its  healing efficiency. Ever* since it:was  first Introduced it has grown steadily  in public favor, owing entirely to its  manifold usefulness in relieving, and  healing sickness. As a specific for  cuts, burns, scalds, and various inflammatory pains its record is beyond  reproach.  A Stein Of Milk  Aro  Barber's Itch and Ringworm are  relieved by the use of Douglas' Egyptian Liniment; quick, certain results.  Relieves the most obstinate cases.  A New World  Switzerland  wrist watches  yea*.  sent   nearly   675,000  to tho United States  CUTS 6 SORES  Apply _V_ln_r������!''i freely. It  .vanl.oi out i-of.nri and  cl������niiie.. Any wound Itcal*  rjulcldy allor 1<_ m������.  There's nothing batter!  Sir Oliver Lodgb Believes Thoro Is a  Spiritual World Which Interacts  With tlio Material World  Sir Oliver Lodge, nearing 80 years  of age, is quoted by tlie London Daily  Mail as predicting that tho next  revolutionary development of science  will be tho discovery of a "new  world."  "It will bo a spiritual world which  interacts with the material world and  yet is not of it," ho said. "It will  be discovered that man isn't tho highest being in which wo have cognizance, but that thnrp in n multitude Cf  other Intelligences, some of thorn far  moro highly endowed than ourselves."  Referring to his 80th birthday, ho  said:  "As long as a man can keep well  there is plenty for him to do, whatever his ago. But It Is no good  dawdling along in a ntatc of senility.  A man may bo young' at 70, and wo  should aiin at living to bo .1.00."  Germany   University   Students  Said To Be Giving Up Beer  German university students who  have long figured in song and story  as gallant bolsters of the beer stein  are taking to milk under the tutelage  of tho Women's Christian Temperance Union, according to Dr. Bertha  Kraus, graduate of the University of  Frankfurt, who addressed tha  W.C.T.U. convention at Toronto.  "We have opened a big restaurant  ���������without alcohol���������on the campus of  the University of Cologne, and you  can find there several hundreds of  fraternity students sitting in the garden with a bottle of milk," said Dr.  Kraus.  Ofllce Boy���������"There's a travelling  salesman waiting outside, sir ��������� man  with a moustache."  Boss���������"Tell him I've got a moustache."  CORNS  Lift off - No Pain /  ^^  y-^'  ou/ctc  XreUef  The conjuror was announcing his  act. "I havo had telegrams of appreciation," ho' naid, "from people in Ireland, Wales, and England, and also  a postcard from Scotland."  Just a drop or two of Putnam's on.  any sore corn and out conies all tho  pain. Tho corn all rivals up and drops  off. No scar, no pain, no pinching  from tight shoes, You can dance or  walk In comfort. Use only'Putnam's  Corn ICxtractor. Satisfaction guaranteed.  Sold by druggists everywhere THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  ������4  -1u__  _*r������  4T>  mjmt  _������*  RICHARD HODNUT  THREE FLOWERS  <*���������'..' ' mW**mmmm*mm  eauty Treatments  Are very simple. They are based on two principles,, Cleansing and Freshening. These can be carried out in a few minutes each day at your home,  and they do retain for My Lady the exquisite  charm that is rightfully hers.  THREE FLOWERS BEAUTY TREATMENT  Skin Cleanser and Skin Freshener  with a trial set free, $1.50  The Treatment is complete when one uses:   Gold Cream, 50c;  Vanishing Cream, 50c.;   Face Powder, $1.00.  KtdlUN UtfUli ft DUUI. MUKt  THE  REXALL  STORE  GEO. H. K.EI_-UY  fr*  Ir  NEW   FORD   TUDOR   SEDAN  *585  CF.O.B.   B*vt   WituSmor,   Ontario*  __t____j.iw_,    apmr*    tin,   otml    *__.������������  ****������.}  Good Performance  mjV  t Lo  f 44  _P  OSt  Yotr save when yoa Buy the ForS and you save every mile  yon drive. Durii_jf the life of the ear th������ ������avin,������ on ths ccsl of  operation and np4ceep will amount to considerably more than  the saving oo tbe first, coat.  Don't keep paying; for repairs on your old car when yon  can boy a n*v*r Fosr-a at each a low price, we'll give yon a  good trade-in e__kroi___ee and deliver the Ford for a small down  payment.  PREMIER GARAGE  <__.������������j__*_p a \^*m  IJMM-E  slaould-   have   this  WWmM PRCfcTECTIOlV  FAR from every hope of aid if a blaze taken  hold, the inflammable construction of the  average summer home makes it a source of  danger and anxiety.  Minimize the fire hazard by lining inside -walls  and ceilings with inexpensive Gyproc Wallboard  that does not burn.  This building material is made from gjrpsuni  rock into sheets 4 to 10 feet long, 4 feet wide and  94s of an inch thick. It nails and cuts as easily as  lumber and with minimum waste.  Find out from your dealer how inexpensive  Gyproc is; how easy to erect. Ask him for full  information about its application or request a  direction sheet from him.  Besides being fire-resistant, Gyproc has structural strength and insulation value. It is also  draught and vermin-proof.  By panelling, you can save the expense of  decoration, yet Gyproc is an excellent baBe for  Alabastine, Gyptex or wallpaper.  Send for the free booklet, "BuiMtnsr smtf  Remodelling with GYPROC"     mvJ  GYPSUM, LIME nnd ALABASTINE, CANADA, LIMITED  Vancouver u, c.  %eNEw mmm  i!  $!:12^  For Sat������ by  CHAS. O. RODGERS,    Creaton, B.C.  r.SE CRESTOH REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year tn advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, JUNE 19  In Vancouver, where the unemployed are beginning to get  out of hand, the latest demand  on the city authorities is for work  at $12 a week for single men. and  $25 per week for married  laborers. The demand should  commend itself to finance minister Jones. Both classess of  recipients would have to pay the  new provincial income tax of one  per cent.  "Help the hospital" donation  boxes have been placed in the  business places in town, and  those    interested   tell   us   that,  jiirjuimr by th*. r?vtt_���������.; the   0_16   521  the government vendor's Is receiving the most liberal consideration. . Apparently the boys who  buy the liquid refreshment  wherewith to drown their sorrows,  or divers other causes, are not  unmindful of the physical  troubles humanity meets up with  frv-m tiwn#k tn  time*  Instead of its premptory order  prohibiting the removal of black  earth from the fiats at Creston  the department of lands would  have been better advised had it  arranged for the sale of the loam  at so much per load during the  spring and autumn seasons at  which time forestry officials could  have looked after this work at no  extra expense to the department.  As a top dressing the black earth  is in considerable demand, and  heaven only knows the authorities at Victoria need the revenue.  If   long   service   medals   were  f_*������*70W*_f^.ori iv% nAMiiprtfilf-n vrnfk  ������-������������������������ *~* vivu ������j-* mmt\JmmmA*lZm^mtM.mm/xm TPibi^  board of trade activities a couple  of the local organization would be  entitled to this decoration.  Twenty years ago the* Associated  Boards of Trade of Eastern B.C.  had  their annual convention at  Creston with an attendance of  about 100. An oldtimer at this  year's gathering pointed out  that of the 1911 delegates but  five were on thfe job this year.  They were Col. Mallandaine and  C. O. Rodgers of Creston; T. W.  Bingay and Noble Bmns of Trail,  and L. A. Campbell of Rossland.  The board of trade resolution  suggesting that the government  cope with unemployment in this  section by having all likely  government-owned land in the  district cleared and made ready  for cultivation has a great deal of  merit to it in view of the unusual  influx of improved-land buyers  this season. However, it is to be  hoped none will become over-  enthusiastic as to the policy being  adopted. A stand pat administration like that at Victoria will  find the unsold acres at Camp  Lister a sufficient excuse for doing nothing.  ing from Editor* Sullivan as to  where he gets his authority to  amend the fourth commandment,  which is most emphatic with its  ^'six days shalt thou labor."  In connection with handling  the unemployed this winter press  despatches would indicate that  Premier Tolmie is seriously considering opening up camps where  men could be quartered while  working on necessary public  works at a low rate of pay, which  would inclund board. This is  primarily to take care of what  are known as *'drifters" and in  theory it has much to commend  it.' In practice, however, it is  not likely to be quite so good.  These "drifters" run largely to  "reds" and communists and the  presence of these , in large  numbers in camps is liable to  create a situation such as now  exists in Edmonton, Alberta,  where it has been necessary to  have the militia handy in case of  emergencies.  The .Cranbrook Courier last  week celebrated its thirteenth  birthday, but notwithstanding  the prevailing depression and the  unlucky angle to the.anniversary,  the Courier views "tho future  of Cranbrook and East Kootenay  through the eyes,of an optimist,"  and predicts that "the four-day  week will be adopted for all  workers, which will provide  everyone with sufficient employment to comfortably support a  family aud provide something for  a rainy day." 01 dtsnr.cn. in  orthodoxy would appreciate hear-  not be forthcoming ^this year, at  ���������any rate. (>eston-f-^has;' Yno  occasion to quarrel jrith the indifference that is.^eipg shown in  this connection, liui^it, is well to  point out that :ifj: Jttgjr' inconvenience is suffered it ^Ul be felt by  the rural districts^ .Creston has  ample room, and two teachers  will be sufficieutto,,."������akecare of  high school material from within  the iocai scnooi boundaries, but  there will be no room to spare.  And if there should be room for a  few it is questionable if they will  be accommodated. The local  trustees} are not likely to leave  themselves open to the accusation  _* _.___:_���������. *.������...._..__-.__������,-  T-.��������� n _3-__.i<_.*._-_.���������.  Ul   |iU<___.___������  iOVWlUcS    UJ     -*<U.l_.&-|jl>_--K  even a few outside students.  FOR SALE���������Purebred Irish  Spaniel  pups;   males,  $10;   females,  $5.   Alex.'  M.rabpils, Creston.  With Canyon City" the only  district in the Valley, to express  a desire to get in on the proposed  consolidated high school at Creston' it seems pretty certain this  improved educational facility will  C-    O.     F'FfEfmfGH  AUCTJ&.VmTm^R  OR-ETSrOA.        r       fc.o.  Sales conduc ed in any part cf Valley.  Arrangements for sales can be made  with Chas. Mnrre3i.  ������/AS. COMPfO/V  AUCTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  of the District.  1  PHONE 55F.  Cf?ESTOA.  Spring Weather \  Spring weather calls for a quicker fire���������  one that you can let go out after meals.  EGG COAL is the answer  THE SUMMER COAL," just what you want for you  cook stove.    Try a ton of JEWELL EGG, $9.00  per ton delivered in town. '  J I !_;���������!_; ��������� |_jmy . v������ y'V'V"  ALBERT DAVIES  _-*������_.������_.������>.������- 13  IIM|lll|y ly  **g*\ MillW������������|������B|l BH^I  ���������<<yM V - mp ��������� V*P ; %Vmmm ' \9mm������ ' %f,m9 L  ^mmm*cmm**m\m  --*���������-A���������*.~^-*���������A-A.-__._w. __.__-__.- __, ___,._.    *-lffc ���������-_.--.--_.--_���������--..--���������--.---.---���������---.- __ _____________ __. __. .A-  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd*  TRAIL, British Columbia  manufacturers of Ammonium Phosphate  ~"*braSdSulphate of Ammonia  Chemical Fertilizers Triple Superphosphate  Sold hy NATIONAL FRUIT CO*, NELSON  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM-BISMUTH  ^ywy^pHy^iy^^y^y*^ ���������ywi^f������<y������*i[^^������xyw^^X^','lQP''*T9'1^*T^  Special Low .  .  . ..  ��������� . ���������. Summer Fares  EAST  -  WEST -   NORTH  -  SOUTH  NOW IN  EFFECT  Places to go ��������� things to see ��������� ways  to travel on a Rummer vacation are  offered in great variety  Mountain Resorts  Pacific Coast  Vancouver Island  Alaska  Eastern Canada  Great Lakes  United States  Overseas Tours  Canadian Pacific Travel Expert* uiill arranffo mvarythittfft or wrttm  G. D. BROPHY, District Paesen&cr Agent  Canadian Pacific Railway,   Calgary, Alta.  LOW WEEK-END FARES between nil points in Cnnadn,  Literature im free and contains details  of splendid Low Cost Holidays  mnmtwmmm  #...  ��������� /^.l/fA't<V4.|l'J(i(^.t)l^^1,Ff^-.!������->i.S"s''i  .,'_'4^r;,r!_^/*iMV;in.-',.'ll'>Wf(/;������(j,t������Ml*^l !|W._'_^.a������iUlt._l.'..^WV\[W^^ ���������TJlhii  CKES-fOR  REVIEW  It  Even at &  Higher Price  PATH FIN PE  JM:>  rE can1. Always offer yon  SG_._eSl_.i__g thai we __i_o������r  you'd bay even at at higher price.  We have it now.  The Pathfinder  ^s^^jSeGdyear Tire.  It's a tire ������__������_   _*������!! ^ve snyoss  rcp-OB-kable _s ervice .. ^ngl . it  Io  priced eo tha^ ajgypne can afford!  jbm^ hay ii������      - ': ���������  Come In and see your size.    It  Books like a great fire,   it is a tire  ��������� with  quality a lot greater thaa  Its price.  ...__.  CRESTON  MOTORS.  L. C. McFARLAND  Manager,  Gmi&TON  According to Rod and Gun. Club  members robina are much more numerous this year than for several -season's  past :  - ��������� ._���������-..,. .i    ������..'_*>��������� .;���������: ���������������������������.���������.���������  Mrs. A. North and Mrs Martin of  Sirdar were Creston visitors oh Friday  for the June meeting of the Women's  Institute" '  Miss Irene LaBelle of Calgary, Alberta,  arrived on Sunday on a. visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. LaBelle at the  Creston Hotel.  According to the Herald, strawberries  from the Barnwell, Alberta, district  are  competing-with the Creston berries on  the Lethbridge market.  Mr. and Mrs. B F. Whiteside of  Crcwsnest spent a couple of days here  this week, guests of the latter's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Simister.  Geo Garo, who has been with the  Steenstrup blacksmith shop for the past  year, left at the first of the ^yeek for his  home at Fincher Creek, Aiberta.  Miss Mary Goodwin, who has been  attending Normal School at Victoria  for the past year, arrived home on  Tuesday for the summer vacation.  Provincial police R. H. Hassard was a  visitor at Nelson on Saturday, occorr.-  panying one of the local indians who is  doing 3G _.aya i;<_ Nelson jail on -a liQuor  charge.  Adam     Robertson,   another   of   the  local students at Victoria Normal sch.Q9l>  returned on Saturday and will spend the  summei* with Mr. an<������ Mrs. S. A.  Speers.  Robt. Thomson, Ph. G., of New Westminister,, has taken a position with  Creston Drug & Book Store.   Customers  TRAIL,    B.C..    June   16���������A    quiet [  wedding was solemnised at KnOx United  church manse Saturday evening when  Ethel, daughter, .gf, Mr. and Mrs.  Francis Lewis of Creator., was united  in marriage tc. David Irvine of Trail,  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Irvine. Scotland.  Rev. Bryce H. Wallace performed the  ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.J. Downie  accomp niec_ the couple as witnesses.  Mr. and Mrs. Irvine have taken up  residence iri Tjfail.  RANCH FOR SALE���������31-acres orchard property about one mile from  Creston. Planted to strawberries, tree  fruits and alfalfa. New five room house.  Will sell whole property or subdivide in  10-acre tracts. Mrs. F. G. Cartwright,  Creston.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL. ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  _FV  i  *  Aimm    *^tf������^    ,fP  11  the time.  hoe Repeirin  1aV>������������   -r-_w������^i.**rt_w>-f*     s-kin^r.     -.nfinfnnl'Aim  a.' \J1     j_/__. i>*J.n|v l.     4������������.a<l4    pai/iotctvtvi jr  service leave your work with  us.   Here are our prices:  Men's Half Soles, nailed, $1.25  u sewn    1.50  Ladies' Half Soles, nailed, 75  " sewn    1.25  Men's Rubber Heels ...    .50  Ladies' " ...    .40  All Work Guaranteed  ^__ocal smd Personal  _ ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ��������� ���������  Birth���������On June 14th, to Mr. and M:s.  Bert Maiope. a daughter.  " Services at Christ Church on Sunday  will be at 11 a m. and 7.30 p.m.  FOR SALE���������Ford touring car, in good  shape, $100.   F. W. Ash, Creston.  Miss Hazel White-of rlTernie is a visitor  this week with Miss Josephine Pedersen.  ���������  Dr. McKenzie, Alf.  Speaker  and" E.  Whitfield  were  Weekend  visitors  with  friends in Nelson.  Harold Speers of Trail spent a couple  of days at the weekend with his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Sunday's baseball attraction will be a  game between the Courthouse nine of  Spokane and Creston, at 3 p.m.  FOR SALE OR TRADE���������Ford light  delivery, in good shape, or will trade on  milch cow.   N. Husband, Wynndel.  COW FOR SALE���������Registered Jersey,  & years old. due to freshen September  7th, cheap for cash.   C. Tapltn, Canyon.  See the Valley's choicest blooms and  meet your friends at the Women's  Institute flower show on" Saturday  afternoon at Trinity United Church  basement, 3 to 5.30. The ndmis&ion is  free.  1 Reach distant  | "business by  the time=savingr  telephone  Take advantage of the telephone speed in reaching those  out-of-town customers. Time  lost through writing letters or  travelling in person may mean  business lost, so why not use  the speediest method? A few  words over the long-distance  telephone will -quickly and  ff effectively dispose of the matter  in hand.  Ranchers who will be requiring the  arsenate dust 'mixture for the control of  the potato bug pest, can secure it free of  cost from C. MurelL secretary of the  Farmers' Institute.  Romano Bros. have, just installed a  Balcrank car greaser at their, service  station opposite the tourist park. It is  operated by air pressure and gives  perfect satisfaction.  Miss Jessie Learmonth is a Nelson  visitor this week where she is writing on  a couple of subjects on which she failed  in fourth year high school examination  work last midsummer.  Mir. Und Mrs. T. R. Lougheed of  Maple: A Creek, Sask.y were Sunday  visitors with Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Joyce.  They were returning home by auto after  an extended holiday at Victoria.  ��������� Mrs. (Dr.) Lillie returned from Calgary, Alberta, on Saturday, and is  expecting to leave very shortly to make  her permanent home in that city, where  she has purchased a residential property.  Miss Mary Goodwin and Adam  Robertson, Creston's two students at the  Provincial Normal School, Victoria, were  successful in passing their examinations.  The results were announced on Wednesday.  Creston had one bad inning���������the  opener���������in Sunday's baseball clash ith  the Snowflakes of Spokane, in which the  visitors annexed six runs, which was  ample to win the game for them by a 14  to 8 margin.  The Frothblowep- Wild cat softball  clubs had another fine turnout at their  second dance of the season at the com  munity hall at Canyon on Friday night,  for which music was supplied by Creston orchestra.  A lawn social under the auspices of  Christ Church Woman's Auxiliary will  be held at Mrs. Payne's residence,  Canyon street, Saturday, June 27th,  7.30 to 11 p.m. Strawberries, ice cream,  home cooking.  A Bplendid chance to Becure furniture,  etc., presents itself on Saturday afternoon, June 27th, when Mrs.'Lillie is  having an auction sale of her household  ���������effect. nt her residence on Victoria Avenue, at 2 p.m.  FOR SALE���������-Leatherette upholstered  rocker, two Congoleum rugs, walnut  finish bedstead, springs and ma-tresa;  walnut dresser, Winnipeg couch (all  nearly new). Dining table nnd six  chairs, small tables, heater, violin case,  fruit sealers, wanhtub, coolcinc ttftcnoSIs,  etc. Apply at Presbyterian Manse,  CreBtnn.'  STOCKMEN, ATTENTION  C-_f������ mrn-^-      -tmmmmkimW  *mAm-m*m\4r mrm^m  \LWm\m\WmM  D ���������__���������___  POUND  DISTR CT ACT  Kootenay Telephone Go,  Whereas under the provisions of this  Act application has been made to this  Lieutenant-Governor in Council to  constitute that certain parcel or tract of  land situated at Erickson in the Creston  Electoral District, which may be more  particularly described aa follows:  .. Commencing at the N.W. corner of  Block 17, Lot 891, Plan 698,  Kootenay District; thence southerly to the mtersectioii of the west  boundary of Block 14, Lot 891, Plan  638, and the northerly boundary of  the Canadian Pacific Right of Way;  thence south-easterly, easterly and  north-easterly, following the northerly boundary of the said right -of  way to the east boundary of Block  .24. Lot 812, Plan 730-A; thence  northerly to the N.E. corner of said  Block 24j thence easterly to the  S.E. corner of Block 23, Lot 812,  Plan 730-As thence northerly to the  N.E. corner of Block 8. Lot 6321,  Plan 943; thence westerly to the  N.W. corner of Block 13, Lot 6321,  Plan 943;; thence southerly to the  N.E. corner of Block 16, Lot 812.  Plan 730-A; thence westerly to the  N.W. corngr of Block 1, Lot 812,  Plan 730-A; thence northerly to the  N.E corner of Block 31. Lot 891,  Flun 698; thence westerly to point  of commencement.  a pound district.  Notice is hereby given that, thirty  days after the publication of this notice,  the Lieutenant-Governor in Council will  proceed to comply with the application,  unless within the saidK time, objection is  made by eight proprietors within such  ���������proposed pound district, in Form 2 of  the Schedule to the said Act, to the  undersigned. _  Wm. ATKINSON  Minister of Agriculture  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C.  May 20th J 1931.  LAN D ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  JParcFiaaa Land  Btras_ic_h- Managers soas*  maj_xd the knowledge and  experience of tlie whole  Bank, and every local  .Manager is devoted to  furthering the interests  of the community in.  which he resides.  The Bank -will give you  able service. 4as  iHPEREAL pMiin ur umjuM  pFI3.CS ���������-������������������������������������'      TOR&HTO  ] Capital and Reserve $15,000,000 j  CRESTON BRANCH       .    .       J. S. W. CIiOWES. Manager  Branches at Nelson, Invermere, Cranbrook and Fernie  .__.__. __._.. __. A. _U. A. A.M.  ��������� __���������__ .__���������__ ������JI ��������� _-. __���������__. -l_.i__i__._fc.  I  .  I  .  .  I  4  4  4  ���������  4  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  J. T JL V������. B. t- %^ J.AJ ���������      f^^._   ���������,.__.i������w   .       -������-������^   w v       ���������^^������������������mrm.jm.  Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY SUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  C ft  f*nMDAftiV Iff!  1  ftPS. J_.������.t.IUf  <  A  _r  mm  ' MmaSS^IsmW   m9*v     ea@������&nwjp-  mW SB     _____9    BS BS   SS        "!__S_9     __SP^___    bssbwb  LIMITED  lyoitiig of St^ek wi������ or off FEaii Wilbu  Permission of Owner Is Prohibited  Anyone driving atoelc on or oil tho Artta  not bolonKinii to imiiolf. -without par  mlBaion of tho ownor, will bo liable for  any Iohb that way bo Buftorcd. By order  of tho board. Crouton VuIIbv Stoek-  brcedera' AoooelatSon, GEO. NICKEL,  Secretary.  In Land Recording District of Nelson  ,   andsltuate in Lot 4592 nnd adjoining  the north boundary of Lot 812 on the  eaat banlc of .the  Goat River, near  CreBton, Bi3tii_h Columbia.  TAKE NOTICE THAT THE WEST  TCnOTF.NAY POWER AND T.IGHT  COMPANY,- LIMITED, of Rosaland,  B.C., occupation, Froducera of Electrical  Energy, Intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:  Commonc!ng at a post planted at a  Eoint whoro the westerly limit of the  rltish Columbia Southern Railway  Intersects ihe north boundary of Lot  B12, thence northerly alone; the westerly limn of KtiHway to south boundary  of Lot 10782, thonco wontorly along  south bou.-dwy of Lot 10782 to the  Goat River, thonco southerly along tho  easterly bank of Goat River to tho  northerly boundary of Lot 812, thence  en������to.Jy nl������vnR north boundary of Lot  812 tonolnfc of beginning and contaln-  liiK eighteen CIS) aerwi moro or 1 obii.  WEST KOOTENAY POWER &  LIGHT COMPANY LIMITED.  June hut, 1001.  Whatevei    it  may  be,   we  are  equipped to  take care  of your  needs.  wLmJImffmmfp     BtuA mT  By the Sack, Ton or Carload.  Prices are right.  ���������  a  km  m  s  ���������  ih_L        Si  CvRCAim  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  ������������������to  Do Not Lose Interest   ^by   delaying   to   deposit   yout  *-j������vS8*Rj-'.  TF you cannot visit ua personally,  send your deponits by mail. Have  ������ie ftatisf-iction of knowing that yotir  money is aafely protected and la  earning interest tegtilarly m  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COtylMEfeCE  Capital Paid Up "$20.000f000  -Reacrve Fuwcdl $20>OOD^OOO  CtMi-ton Brunei.  mmmmmmmmmmmmtmimuimmm  II. J> Forbcui MnsnMQEec  ���������m TSM   BEVISWi   SP33BTON,  am  MACDONALDS  #(3C������>Y  The Spirit Ox  Adventure  Sir Edward Grigg, Governor of Kenya, one of Britain's East African  dependencies, who is at present on furlough in England, recently delivered  art interesting address in which he noted a decline in the old British, sense  oi adventure and made an appeal for a re-kindling of this spirit in. the new  generation. Without it. he held, the "new generation would not be the  equals of their fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers,���������those three  generations that, practically within the reign of Queen Victoria, had built  up the Empire as we know it today.  .Decline ia this sense of adventure Sir Edward attributed to the nervous  depression produced by the Great War, and he urged that a revival of it  Would tend to promote support at home for development overseas, and that  this would keep Britain and the Empire strong.  It maybe that Sir Edward is right and that the- old roving spirit which  sent Englishmen,' Irishmen and Scotsmen into all the nooks and corners of  tne world, civilized a__.d uncivilized, and whieh In. years gone by "brought  Canada, India, a large portion of Africa, and many of the isles of the seven  seas under the Union Jack, is not the impelling force it once was in the*  lives of British youth. But, ou tat. vliier ii������i_u, is ii _������i_L possibly true that the  same spirit exists but in the changed conditions of the world of today it is  merely finding other avenues of expression?  Tens of thousands of young men enlisted in the Great War purely in a  spirit -of adventure and Sir Edward is no doubt right that in that grim  struggle they became disillusioned and a sense of depression followed on the  feeds of exhilaration. Aguin, thousands of the most daring spirits among  tlsa young men ������f this, generation gave their lives ixx. that great adventure,  3__.e__ who today would otherwise be found following in the footsteps of deir  sires and gr&ndsires.  But is not youth today much as lt has always been? Before the Great  War many people entertained the opinion that mankind had become soft,  that it could not face the sufferings and sustain the hardships accepted by  former generations as inseparable from existence. The stamina displayed  in the Great  War demonstrated, to the  amazement of all,  how erroneous  Is the spirit of adventure dead, or even on the decline? The attempt of  Sir Hubert Wilkins and his companions, upon which they are now embarked,  to make a dash in a submarine under the ice fields of the Arctic constitutes  an adventure more daring than any that excited the imagination of a Jules  Vane.  Seeking  Iteeorl la  Flight  Around   World  Youths Expect To Make Trip In Ten  Days  Wiley Post, and Harold Catty, two  prudent young men, have figured out  the comparative hazards of flying  around the world and trying to cross  a busy street���������and they've decided  to fly around the world.  "We got an expert to look over our  motor," said Post at the Hotel Baltimore, New York. "Then we figured  our chances. We found we had  something like SY2 chances of getting  hit by an automobile for every one  chance that the motor would stop  when it wasn't supposed to.  "No, we're not afraid. If we were,  we wouldn't go."  Post used to do what he called  "rough necking" in Oklahoma oil  fields, and GaUy was an Australian  marine navigator.  They've got a great, shiny monoplane on which they pin their confidence of circling the globe ln something less than ten days for a record.  Forced Labor Spreading  Foreign   Purchases  Help   Soviets  To  Enslave People, Says Duchess  Of Atholl  The Duchess of Atholl in an address at London, said there are now  several millions of men, women and  children performing forced labor in  Soviet Russia because of the speed  with which the five-year plan is "being  pushed.  "It is estimated that over five million persons were forcibly deported  under the February, 1930 decree,  chiefly to the forests of the far north  of Russia.  "Many of them arrived there In  the winter and had no houses until  they  had  built  them for themselves.  *Bes?forYoumn4Ba6i/ too.  __. "\  ___15_FC������iSIS-   ������u_=fon5  Labor Minister Seeks  Data On Unemployment  ���������___._3i.ory, I    think,    records   no    such  wholesale uprooting and  banishment  of peaceful fcllow-citisens as this.  She reported that the forced labor  H o rl Qi_r__Q<. 4*  j. cm; us,  Recipes For This Week  (By  Betty  Barclay)  CHOCOLATE ICE BOX COOKIES  &% cups special cake flour, sifted.  1 teaspoon soda.  3 eggs, slightly beaten.  i cup sifted brown sugar.  1 cup granulated sugar.  I % cups butter or other shortening",  melted!.  8 squares unsweetened   chocolate,  melted, or  4 cups coconut, chopped.  Sift flour once, measure, add soda,  and sift again. Combine other ingredients in order given and add flour  last. Pack tightly in pan, 8x8 inches,  lined with waxed paper. Chill overnight. Remove loaf from pan, cut in  half,    and    slice    crosswise    in    thin  Is Making Survey Of Conditions  In  Western Canada  A  survey of actual unemployment  conditions throughout Canada will be  conducted  personally  by  Senator   G.  E>. Robertson, Minister of Labor. Because  conditions in Western Canada  are more acute, b.e will start in vest!-  f.        - , , gation   there.    Upon   his   return,   a  the    five-year    I***    ta    unquestion-  Jlm|lar   mission   ^   be  undertaken  * J-     She. C������nCl"?e<1       "****    the   throughout Eastern Canada. A detail-  sx_aP_ng aa������ e*ecuuon of the plan, is  ed rt   to   ^   government wiii  being assisted by foreign experts, for-   climaxPthe coast-to-coast trip,  eign credits and foreign purchase Is;     AccompaTiying.   Senator   Robertson  on his western trip will be the super-  handling   the  grain  and   timber  and  other industries.  "That  this enslavement  is due  to  iurcner undented.  "Canada has taken action to clear  herself completely of responsibility in  the matter.    Are  countries   such  as  the United States and Great Britain, _    both  of which have made "sacrifices 5���������������������������   of" toe latest^munic'pal-  intendent of unemployment service  and the director of unemployment relief. Discussions will "be held with  provincial    governments   and    repre-  Or consider the recent adventure of Professor Piccard. and his assistant   _.___.___.      __>_._ ... *.���������-. <.,.-.<-. ,_������________  r ���������*._������.->-_. _-������c_.___t_    ___  __\_1_   WCU    \-*\J\J  UCglCCS  in the past in the name of freedom,!  satisfied to do less1  Berlin Opens Skyscraper  Only  But   Is  ities. In addition, first hand information on rural conditions as they exist  at present and as they. may exist  during the fall and winter, will be secured.  One of the commonest complaints  of  infants  is  worms,   and   th.e   most  for    them    is  Eight    Stories    High  Tallest In Europe  Berlin's  tallest    building    "Europa  House," has just been officially opened.' effective ' application  =-= _ -��������� i-,.,     _, _   -     - .. _ . i H_r_v+1_ __ _.    -Iva-trod'    \XTsyrr  it is oniy  X8U ieet r_ig_i, with "eight  *���������������--���������<-*   -^^������������������    --w���������  storeys, but is declared    to    be    the  tallest business house in Europe.    It  contains 30 stores, 450 offices, several  large halls, a hotel,  a restaurant, a  swimming pool and a post office.   The  Cliarles Kipfer, who in a hermetically sealed aluminum ball attached to a  "ballooit soared over 52,900 feet, almost ten milesi into the air, into that rari-  fied stratosphere where winds do not mow,, nor clouds form, but where the  stars shine "by day.  Then let us recall our own daring Canadian aviators who carried out the  observation patrols along Hudson Straits to determine the ice conditions and  navigability of that route, or who month in and month out maintain the  forest fire patrols throughout our northlands, or are engaged in mapping unknown portions of Canada from the air.  AU over "the world daring and adventurous Britishers, including- young  Canadians, are engaged, in engineering enterprises,, building huge bridges,  <ja_ns, hydro-electric plants, rail-ways, amid jungles and in almost inaccessible  places with the same zest and enthusiasm which carried their forebears into  the unexplored regions of a by-gone past.  Canada this year celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the commencement of the Canadian Pacific Railway,���������a great adventure,���������followed by a  ptfll greater adventure on the part of the thousands of men and women who  In a few short years settled and transformed the prairies of Western  Canada into great wealth producing provinces now inhabited by over two  million people.  No, the sense of adventure is not dead; we doubt if it is even on the  decline. For example, give a thought to the daily adventurings in the  jpealms of science and invention where patient and courageous souls .are discovering more wonderful and finer things than ever did the romantic discoverers and explorers of the past.  Today the sense of adventure is very much alive, but it manifests itself in new ways and in different channels in keeping with the changed  conditions of a scientific and machinery age as contrasted with those which  preceded the age of steam and electricity. That is all, and there is no  ground for pessimism that the British race is losing its determination and  grit.  Fahrenheit) 5 minutes. Makes 6 dozen cookies.  RASPBERRY JKS2LIKS3T  1 package       raspberry      flavored  gelatin.  1 cup boiling water,  i cup raspberry    juice    and    cold  water.  i cup canned raspberries, drained.  Dissolve gelatin in boiling water.  Add raspberry juice and water. Pour  y2 into moid. Chill. When slightly  thickened, fold in raspberries. Fill  moid with remaining gelatin. Chill  until firm. Unmold. Serve with sweetened -whipped cream, flavored with  almond extract. Serves B.  roof garden has a dance flr������r_������������ The  building is illuminated at night -with  Neon lights, stretching for nearly  half a mile along its front. Express  elevators carry 3,000 passengers an  hour.  Persian 'Balm   is   a   true   elixir   of  youth.     'Refreshes    and  rejuvenates.  Adds- a youthful charm to the complexion. Softens and beautifies the  skin. Makes hands flawlessly white.  Indispensable to the woman who appreciates subtle distinction. Delightful to use. Delicately fragrant.  Soothes dry and irritated skin. Corrects and preserves. A flawless toilet  requisite for every discerning woman.  A true aid to beauty.  Ship  Bees To  China  Bees From Alberta To Be Sent In  Large Quantities Next Fall  Alberta bees in large quantities are  to be shipped to China next fall, according to plans of Geo. Riedell,  president of Riedell's Honey, Ltd.,  Taber, who was in Calgary the other  day. Mr. Riedell plans to export his  bees to China after the honey season  here is over, to take advantage of  the recent keen demand in that country, where some 1,500,000 yen Is  spent annually for bees imported  from Japan.  Factories Reopened In Orient  The slump in the price of soy beans  in Manchura has proved a blessing  for Japanese and Korean farmers,  who are able to afford large quantities  of bean cake fertilizer. Demand for  fertilizer at the new prices has become so great that many Chinese factories making bean oil and cake have  reopened after years of idleness. New-  factories are being organized.  'MM  Clarette Pstsers  O    ���������" ���������������    .  Large Double Booh JM.I  120  Leaves **������������?!   Finest You Cen Buy/  *&*      *'   B__T I  AVOID IMITATIONS ��������� y        "<^__j___J  BLACKHEADS  Don't suffer any longer from these unsightly blemishes. Overcome them at  home! Get 2 oz. Peroxlne Powder from:  your drugg-lst. Sprinkle a littis on th_>  face cloth, apply with a circular motlot.  and the blackheads will be all WASHED  AWAY.    Satisfaction or money returned!,.  Insanity  Increases  .Stock Market Losses Are  Held  Responsible By Mental Hospital  Authority Of Quebec  Stock market losses were blamed  for an increase In the number of tho  Insane during a discussion at the  American Psychiatry Association  Convention at Toronto "by Dr. A. I-I.  Desloges, director of mental hospitals  for thc province of Quebec.  The increase of insanity In his province for the past year was 1-4 per  cent, of the total number of cases as  compared with the previous year's  increase of five nnd a half per cent,  eaid Dr. Dosloges, and _.e attributed  the disparity to the loss of savings  by uninitiated Investors. Ho urged  w-ovwrnmont. protection for tho latter  as a step in mental health.  Improved Method   For  Surveying From  Air  Described By Chief Of British Topographical Survey  A new and improved method of  aerial survey was described to the  Royal Society of Canada by Brig.-  Gen. Sir Charles Dolme-Rndcliffe,  chief of the British cadastral and  topographical survey. Originally developed In'Italy, this method, said Sir  Charles, was as rapid as stereoscopic  surveying by air and ns accurate as  the old-fashioned transit survey. Tho  photogrammctric method, which has  not yet boon used in Canada, Is based  on a series of photographs from the  air, oach of which overlaps the next  picture by 00 por cont. It Is rogard-  nd as a grant lmprr������v������nimit ovar ntir-  veylng methods now in use.  B.C.  Apples  Gaining    In    Popularity    In    United  Kingdom and On the Continent  British Columbia apples are gaining  In popularity in the United Kingdom,  on the Continent and in other world  markets, according to R< Robertson,  of R. Rohertson Co., Limited, of Vancouver, who made a survey of tho  situation which included United Kingdom and tho continent. Ho stated that  the popularity of B.C. apples is assured in Europe and ho looked for  steady Increase in demand.  -^g3^  K'I'K������>W*>S  jtOSrflffWM^i, trffflPPfrSInn!���������^  Suffered From Heart Trouble  WWJRWfqPl^fi  Became   Weak   anil   Run    Down  Mrs. Wm. Dlotte, aksrisnnd field, Ont,  writes:���������"For a lonj* period I suffered from  heart trouble, and beoami. very weak and run  down, I tried yartous remedies, but thoy did  mo no good. Ono day I m������t n friend nnd told  her of my troublo, She salcl Hho bad had heart  trouble for two yearn too. but after upiing1 MH-  burn'n Moart and NUarvo PUls for a short tlmo  sho had boon rollovfi-d of hwr tmublo, so I got  two hoKfm and after talcing them I wa������ agnln  fooling fine, and alwayn rocommend H, & N.  Pills to anyone complaining or heart trouble."  9* *K������# ^VniXtt^^S0^ *'Mm,,wd 4ir*0t on vmalvt af pHco w T"*  Prieo 50c n hm  The use of Miller's Worm Powdora  insures healthy children so far ns the  ailments attributable to worms ,are  concerned. A l-iRfli mortality among  children is traceable to worms. Those  sap tho strength of .infanta eo that  they are uraible to maintain tho battle for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparations gives promise of  health and keeps it.  A Queer Ktnrgnln  Ten thousand cups of coffee was  tho payment offered by an Italian at  Roveroto, Italy, for a motor car. Payment is to bo on tho Instalment system at tbe corayenienco of tho ncllcr,  but tho "motor oar, n, small secondhand model, was delivered in. ok-  chango for tho promissory noto. A further term on tho note is that tho  clips of coffee aro transfcir'ablo and  the note negotiable,'  JC&?4?f9 Foods  D&licioflisly JFVcsIt  Keep your foods���������cakes, bread, pies, cut meats, etc.  ���������under a covering of Para-Sani Heavy Waxed  Paper,   You'll be amazed at thc length of  time they'll stay fresh...dcliclotcsl Para-  Sani   keeps   them   from   staling.  Get Para-Sani in the handy,  sanitary knife-edged carton.  For less exacting uses ask for  Appleford's "Centre Pull"  Packs irk sheet form.  * u i.m i j 5.0;  w.  h.  ir.  laiu  Western Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SASK* J:  rrrn.  keyiew.  ckestoN. B, ������,  ���������a������n  ITMN  TO PUSH TRADE  WITH CANADA  ' I__ss_do__, England.���������Organization, pf  a co-operative body representing British manufacturers to stimulate sales  and ' service in Canada is the main  recommendation of the important  trade mission sent to the Dominion  recently by the Federation of British  Industries.  The mission's report declared: "The  time is passing for firms, except  those of great magnitude, to endeavour individually to sell their products  in Canada. Co-operation of home  producers Is essential in order to  build up a selling and service force  in Canada sufficient to meet the pressure of competition from foreign  countries.' *  The mission also makes important  recommendations    urging, ^establishment of better  communications  and  trade facilities between Canada, and  'Great    Britain,     development    of    a [ eminent will  not  succeed in having  TO FLY OVER PACIFIC  Assuming Much   _Larger  Proportions  Than Was Anticipated  Ottawa, Ont.���������The export cattle  trade is assuming much larger proportions than was anticipated, with  the regult that there are numerous  western shippers who are unable to  book space from f Montreal to Great  Britain. , .    -  ��������� These shippers have notified the  Federal Government of their difficulties and Hon. Robert Weir 3s endeavouring to increase the accommodation  on ships, particularly for the summer  months. He has had most of the  heads of the shipping companies at  Montreal up to Ottawa to see ."*him;  and is trying to persuade tlifern to j  outfit more ships. One of the great  difficulties which has to be overcome  is that the British Board of Trade  regulations announged early En the  year and later suspended, are due to  come Into full effect in September.  These regulations will add much to  the cost of equipping ships for the  cattle .trade, and. the shipping com-  fjanies -now hesitate to go ahead on  ���������T.O     /-I I-     Vioql  ..__.t_     ^%av ���������  policy of competition, and the organization of an Empire trade statistical  bureau. The mission consisted of Sir  James Lithgow, president of the Federation of .British Industries; Sir  Arthur Duckltara and Moir MacKen-  zle.  The mission confirms the attitude  taken by the federation in reports  drawn up for presentation to the last |  Imperial Conference, and, drawn up  jointly with the general council of  the Trades Union Congress, for presentation to the British Government  last September. Special emphasis is  laid in the report on the "following  conclusions:  (1) Development of Britain's'trade  with Canada must depend on acquiring  new  business   at present   in  the  j5*__c_t._\____>. _ui uicr suspended. It seems reasonably certain that,  failing the withdrawal of these new  regulations in toto, the Canadian Government will get a further suspension  probably until November 30, but this  is not definitely asrured as yet.  The quest "on    of    providing    more  space" is now under the consideration  Tragedy Of the North  Remains   Of  John  Bennett   Sent  To  England For Burial.  Edmonton, Alberta.���������The remains  of John Noel Patch Bennett, IS-year-  old schoolboy who sought experience  and found death in the wastes of the  Fine Pass_districtf 150 miles west off  Grande Prairie, were forwarded to  England from Edmonton this week.  Bennett's bleached skeleton, a������ wolf-  gnawed rifle, a. pack sack, a diary  and a few shreds of the clothing that j  had been torn from his frozen body  by the fangs of wolves that had unearthed it/ were discovered by Kelly  Si__ider_r__m, veteran Kythe guide, who  had sought. the boy's body for seven  months, when he journeyed- up Tiili-  cum Greek late in May.  Bennett left his home in Oakdene,  Manor Road, Coventry, England, In  order that he might gain experience  which would school turn* for a diplomatic career, on which he intended to  embark when he attained his major-  ���������1TI���������_S1HEAED  OF EMBARGO ON  w ksksaEmA. m    w  *JP  Ottawa, Ont.-���������Definite opposition  to the Russian embargo on the  ground that it is "inconsistenti unbusinesslike, inefficient, and will hurt  no one but ourselves," came from  Hon. W. D. Euler, former minister of  national .revenue, who-spoke during1  the budget debate.  "T am opposed to the Russian embargo/*   asserted   Mr.   Euler,   and 4ie  ������__-_v__-  _-\T_ 4--_  + _,*.+��������� *V.������.  ity. He would have inherited a large  fortuner.on his coming of age.  Although warned of the perils of  the journey he was about to essay,  he set forth from Grande Prairie- in  Col. Charles Lindbergh, famous ' October alone with a pack horse, hop-  United States flying ace, who won re- *** to make his way through Pine  Down by flying  solo to France,  has Pass to Prince George, BritisH Colum-  now decided to try his luck over the  Pacific Ocean. Lindy and his wife,  daughter of Ambassador Morrow, Twill  bla.  Caught  by   the   winter,   his  horse  abandoned, -his   moccasins  worn   out  take   off  this   summer  for   the'long  and his food  .supply   exhausted,    he  _,.   .������   .    _ __-"-_ , . - _    , ���������������+_..������_���������������______   _^-n Tr_-r..!__*_      __._*>.    *_=������_.  fiignt rrom tne American continent to  struggled on.    Finally, with ff<eet and  of the shipping ecrspa   _&������������������ ������ ������.  ^_-t__KMC5j_>      GUMUi       A  cision will be reached within a week.  ates 0n bram  Canadian Rate* Stated To Be 35 Per  Cent. -Lower Than U-S. Rates  Ottawa,  Ont.���������Testifying  before  a  special   parliamentary   committee   on  Japan.  hands frozen by the intense  cold  of  the mountain winter, he could go no  guvcau-  ment had put on. the prohibited list  such commodities as hard coal, _u___-=  ber, furs, asbestos and pulp.-The only  one of these commodities whicb Canada imported was hard coal, and this  the Dominion did not produce herself.  "The only good -we do by putting-  hard coal from Russia on the prohibited list is to throw business to  our- friends the United States," tha  sormer minister declared. He i_a<S  tried to ascertain the 'reason why tha  government had barred goods from  Russia. Apparently it was because  Russia "is an ungodly nation and because she has a system of government with. wrhich we do not agree."  "Are we acting- as a Christian nation when we .declare economic war  against another country ?" asked Mr.  Euler. He held no brief for Russia,  he had no sympathy with the methods  Barriers On Trade  In British House  London, England.���������Canada's tariff  changes were brought up in the House  of Commons recently; R.t. Hon. William Graham, president of the Board  of Trade, promised rmesiioners that if  grain freight rates, Sir Henry Thorn  h~ands"of fo_7ign~iountrieZ^^ ^ ^ 7**? reg_rr^a on?,y | further information"revealed increas-  ..-i        __.       _-_ _._��������� *i i     es .^ ^utiea ag-ains^ Great Britain, the  opment of nev/ lines, and complementing- and assisting the existing. Canadian  industries  rather  than oompet-  I from the point of view of the rail-  ! ways   they -were   too   low.   Canadian  i rates were approximately 25 per cent.  ing with them; and on- the investment j  of British capital in Canada.  lower than TJnited States rates.  At    the   same    time   consideration  (2) Closer conimercial and Industrial association between.^the .tw.o  countries wiii result^ in ��������� a'_ai.;_ improvement in the preferential position already enjoyed by Great Britain in the  Canadian market.  Many of the complaints made by  Canadian- importers-against home exporters, of poor delivery and service,  are justified and can only be remedied  by closer and more personal contact,  and a better appreciation off the local  circumstances and requirements in  Canada, the report continued.  Prospective    traders   with   Canada  are urged to make the closest study j not so remunerative as other com-  ���������of transportation conditions, tariff, modities, but a railway was like a  regulations, etc., in order to facilitate : department store, what it lost on one  government would consider the advisability oil-' representations to 'the  Canadian government:  P. A. Harris,    Liberal,    asked    for  particulars    of    the    new   Canadian  tariff and suggested the president of Midland Bank of Canada, who r re  the Board of Trade should make, turned to Ottawa from WasMn^ton.  [ representations "as to the undesira- Mr. Darling's proposal for a bi-meta_  bility of fresh barriers on trade at a standard would place silver along-  time of universal depression." side gold as a standard of currency,  Rt_ Hon. Mr. Graham replied he had   at one-twentieth its value,  not received details of all the recent       United States   would    send   repre-"  changes, but they would be. published   sentatives to Ottawa, Mr. Darling de-  as soon as they were received.     The   clared.  point raised iii the second part of the for England at the end of the present  question, he went on, could not use- vveek from Quebec and will probably  fully be considered in the absence of   have     a    further    conference    with  revenue from western grain the roadiMer information than he possessed- Premier R     B  would  be in a much worse  position ' .a^ presBI1t.  Mr.  Harris  further and sank down to die beside | adopted in that country, but he felt  that.nothing but harm could come to  Canada through the imposition of the  embargo.  He referred to the inconsistency���������-  *T almost said hypocrisy"���������of the  Canadian High Commissioner in Great  Britain, who had .called In to the  'wheat   conference     delegates,    from.  i Russia.  t -���������       -. ��������� - - ���������       -.  j     "Those  delegates  must h.ave been  S laughing   up   their   sleeves   when  h.e  said that we wanted to have nothing-  the lonely Tiillcum' Creek, wlaere his  body was found this spring.  Wants Conference On  Stabilizing Silver  I had to be given to the well-being of  ' the west, as a -whole, and of the in-  dividual farmers. ������ Grain should not  be carried at a loss, and likewise the  farmers should not be taxed too  heavily.  Rates were very involved. Charges  had to be made for shipping empty  cars west before the crop and the  revenue of the two or three months  in which it moved could not be taken  as a time indication of the return  to the railway.   If it were not for the  than   it   was,   he   added.   Grain   was  If Canada'Leads It Would Be Great  Advertisement Says Midland  Bank Director  Ottawa, Ont.���������It would be a won- !  derful   th. ng   for   the   world ^ and   a  great   advertisement   for   Canada   iff  this  country would  call  an international conference on stabilizing silver,  said   J.  F.     Darling,   director of the  to do with them, and then, by a side  door procedure, we asked them to do  something    for   us,"    remarked    Mr.  Euler.  PermanentPeace  acceptance of British goods by Canadian, importers.  Greater use should be made by the  traffic it  had  to  make up  pn   some  other. '  The average gross revenue per ton  industry at home of the service of the ' mlle OT1 general traffic was 1.08 cents  British tmde commissioners In Can-, in comparison with .528 cents for  ada, and industrial organizations g���������in* These figures merely showed,  should co-operate to this end, the re-   sald slr Henry, that grain was about  Ratification   Of   League   Of YNat_ons  Creneral Act Of 1928  Ottawa,, Ont.���������Ratification   of   the  League   of  Nations   General   Act  of  1928s for the pacific settlement of tn-  Mr. Darling expects to sail (ternational disputes, was moved ������n tho  senate by Hon. G. D. Robertson, Mln- _  ister of Labor.   The   House   of Commons already has  approved of Can-  Bennett    before    he   ada's accession,,   subject    to    certain  leaves. reservations which apply not only to  asked if Mr. Graham United States has so much gold she this Country but to the other national'  would make representations if he could stabilize silver without any co- of the British Empire  eventually found that some duties operation from other nations. ' Mr. " senator Robertson' said It was a  were increased against Britain, and Darling stated. The only salvation iong. step toward establishing perma-  Mr. Graham gave assurance that the for the present world depression was j nent peace throughout the world,  question would be fairly considered.    , higher prices and Mr. Darling saw no   Senator Dandurand heartily approved  method for accomplishing this except  by bringing back the price, of silver;  port' adds.  Gulsf Strikes In B.C.  one-half as; remunerative ae.: general  freight traffic.  Altitude Record For Women  Saskatoon, Sask. ��������� Nosing her  ^Gypsy Moth aeroplane to an altitude  off 16,000 feet, Miss Nellie Carson, of  Gandhi Will Go To London  Better Understanding  Winnipeg, Man.���������"It is vitally im-  Dlsooveries   Aro   Reported   In   Two  Widely-Separated Districts  Vancouver, B.C.���������-Reported gold  discoveries In two widely-separated  districts In British Columbia are attracting   wide   attention  throughout  the province,  In the northern part off the province on tho Nation River, .a tributary  of the Parsnip River, about 110 miles  northwest of Prince George" the reported placer gold discovory has attracted two precious metal seeking  parties from Vanoouver.  Meanwhile news of a rich ore strike  on LbwlaQe', Ol Vow ��������� Mountain; near  Barkorvllle, 200 miles north of Ash-  croft in the Cariboo, has been brought  to Vancouver by four directors of the  Cariboo Gold Quartz Company, which  for several years has. been darrylnft  on devourment and research yrov\t in  the neighborhood of Barl-cervlUe,,  whoro the ore body Is known to- bo np-,  proximately twenty-ilvo. .mlleo In  length.  Dr. W. B, Burnett,'off VELncouver,  one of tho party just returned from  Bnrlcorv-He, said that In tho opinion1  of hard rook men, the strike may yet  bring on a rush to Cariboo rivalling  -, that of the early olxtleft,  Has Decided I'o Attend Round Table  Conference In Fall  Bombay, India.���������Mahatma Gandhi  "will go to London, England, for the  round table conference next fall regardless of the situation regarding  the Hindu���������Mbslempi'oblem, the congress party -working eommlttee has  decided.  ,Tho committee voted a resolution  expressing tho hope that the communal, problem would be settled but  asserting that Gandhi's presence in  London was essential whether, a settlement is reached or not.  the Saskatoon Aero Club, created portant that Canadians establish a  what is believed to be the altitude greater Understanding between Indus-,  record for women flyers In Western; trlalists and agriculturists," declared  Canada. The flight occupied an hour| Elmer Davis, past president of the  and 20 minutes. Miss Carson, who, Canadian Manufacturers1 Association,  wore winter garments experienced here. Mr. Davis is returning to tlie  severely cold temperature and she' east following attendance at -the on-  had to be assisted from the machine nual convention of the manufacturers  when it alighted. | at Victoria, B.C.  of the resolution and gave a history  of the step acomplished by tho  League of Nations towards permanent peace. Sir Geo. Foster explained the position of the British, governments in 1924 on the protocol. Tho  obligations then, he said,' were too  great-for Great Britain to subscribe  to It, with the United States not being a party. The resolution waa  adopted.  ENJOYING I_IFE AT FAMOUS RESORT  W-    H.    U.    IBBi  Tffl Sa^gi!ard,Dsii^.Proc!itds.  ^ mm ���������_���������_!, ii _..��������� ������������������i.ii mi ig,  Bill To Make Adulteration An Olfonco  '���������:.':'.'���������'..���������-...'.- Will��������������������� Considered;''.'���������;  Ottawa, Ont.-~In creased penalties  for the adulteration of butter and  other', dairy products' will "bo considered by the agriculture eommlttoo of  tho House of Commons, Tho House  gave second readlnp. wathou I: discussion, to the bill Introduced by Sannuo!  d-Viboll (Cons., Compton> which would  amend tho dairy Industries act by  putting heavier jDonaltlea on thowo  convicted of offowcen under tho act,  and . referred It to tho .agricultural  committee.  !i$!k..!:li.  .;-,.������!.!.  "Jiifit foolln" nroimd and grettlng tanned," explained the Mluaca E!na ancl!  Brencla Sheffield, of Bourpemouth," IBngland, whon a photograplie* at the-  Banff Springs Hotel made this picture. With their mother thojie two young-  EngllBbwomen have wlntorod In California nnd tho Hawaiian Xalanuria and  are spending the early summer at Banff and Lak������ J_.ouluc before returning  jwiiu-t iu LIiim Oiu Ci_.uii._y.  Britain Is Importing  Butter From Empire  Answer to Rusi-la's "Five-Year Plan**  Says British Member  .  London, England.���������"The empire'B  reply to the Russian flve-year plan,"  is the description Sir William Way-  land,- Conservative member of tho  House of Commons and chairman of  tho Empire Dairy Council, applies to  tho increase In imports off empire  butter to Groat Britain thin yr.nr..  During the next few weoha no fewer than 46' veas&ls from New Zealand  and Australia will bring more than ra  million boxes of butter to British  ports. Canadian butter is onco moro  entering the British market, too, after  being absent for fltvo ov ������lx yenrs.  France Oppose* Debt ItevlHlosi  Paris, Franco.-���������Recont "steel bel-  mot" manifestations at Breelau havo  made it difficult to continue pence, efforts with Germany, Foreign Minlater  Arletfidc Briand told tho Chamber of  Deputies in declaring that tlie government wojs opposed to ariy rovlolow off  the Young plan. THIS   ^J-filS������TUI.   UJBYJLBW  FOR SALE���������A   few  sacks   of* good  table notatoes to clear ehean while they  W.n_.   _   T3i     TO. 4__     _���������.. .__  ���������_.^.  hAbmAk^^^mk*  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOUU LIKE IT  GO TO  GRESTON  MOTORS  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round.  SERVICE as you want  it, when you want it, at  prices that are fair to all.  NEW  CHEVROLET  Models now on  display.  i  i  Local and Personal  Sunday, 21st, 5s the longest   day of  the year.  FOR SALE���������Good ranch, horse, 1200  ps.. going cheap. E. Ostrensky, (Alice  Siding), Creston.  ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������������������������(������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������� ���������������������������_T_������'in_  yiooiiiii    mutuBO  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  MiawMpwa*  ���������w mmw *>��������� yff r't'r'f'  vjr*j>*~&  Men's Rtr  Siljk Underwear  and Shirts  Why suffer with the heat when  when you can buy Silks from 85c.  to $1.50 per garment. I have  placed in stock an assortment of  ihe latest shadesjand colors in  According to 'the latest -crop bulletin  cherries are n_aMng a heavy drop this  season and the crop will not be more  than 3p per cent.of the 1930 yield.  Wednesday was -cloudy and showery,  ���������and due adverse-weather conditions the  turnout at the Presbyterian Ladies'  Auxiliary lawn ;sbct_U at Mrs. Tel������ord>_  Erickson. that afternoon was not as large  as anticipated.   '; "*'  ents   ss& reminded that  IC3IUCU  Men's Rayon Siik  Combinations  Men's Rayon Siik  Polo Shirts  Men's Rayon Silk Shorts  Men's Rayon Siik Hose  50c. to 75c. pair  V. MAWSON   \  CRESTON :  83  iiiiiaiMiiiMimiiiiai b eeea a aoa a saaBB 9  Villa  Jane S Qt__ is the last day on which taxes  may be paid to escspa the 10% penalty  which is added at July IstY Up to the  present tax payments have been almost  up to average.  iri__.-j._-_ t>. __ _.* _-���������. _  Canadian  ��������� .1���������.��������� i~...���������^-���������.���������.���������.������������������ * a.���������.,.-���������..  kMWMriMMtan.  i ti_ni  .1_ii ^-m__n ^__ An *Y    ^���������_T.._hii  Buy for a  Save for a  Sunny Day  ' Rainy Day  _>_>  >_������  -? asiss  cranny u taxie aays onng jweasant weeKend.  excursions to favorite pienic haunts (or  spots), fishing parties and camping trips.  More than ever you will want appetizing,  healthful meals, and our selection of camping foods give you just that. If yoii choose  your foods for "sunny" days at our stores  you'll have savings to bank for "rainy"  days.  juegion  are having another of their popular  dances at the fall fair dance pavilion on  the evening of Dominion Day, Wednesday, July 1st. for which Greston  orchestra will supply the music.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Loasby of Vancouver are renewing acquaintances in  Creston this w**k- and are quests of h������.r.  and Mrs. Jas. Cook. Until about three  years ago Mr. Loasby was C.P.R. yard-  master at Sirdar for many years.  At the directors* meeting oi the agricultural a. soclation on Tuesday night it  was decided to have a fail fair this year,  and committees were struck to hand'e  affairs. The awards in the needlework  class wilt be published next week  Miss McGowan, who has been matron  at Creston Valley hospital since ths first  of May, has resigned, and left for her  home in Lethbridge, Alberta, on Mor-  day. Mass Passrnore of Cranbrook has  been appointed matron temporarily.  There  was   a   fair   turnout   for  the  social evening  tendered   the bishop of  TTnAt-Ano .������ o+ V*. _. r>^.:-iu Tar-...   ^j.   -cm _������....  Rev. P, McNabb got back on Saturday from Toronto, Ontario, where he  represented the presbytery of Kootenay  at the annual session of the Presbyterian  Church general assembly.  RANCH FOR SALE���������31-acres orchard property about one mile- from  Creston. Planted, to strawberries, tree  fruits and alfalfa. New five room house.  Will sell whole property or subdivide in  10-acre tracts. Mrs. F. G. Cartwright,  Creston.  In his report on the Valley vegetable  cropC B." Twigg, in his report of June  9th states that tomato planting has been  heavy. The number of plants, perhaps,  is not equal to last year, but a greater  number come under the East Creston  irrigation system. The yield should be  high. Potatoes are well advanced.  Early vaaieties will soon be in _low?r.  Digging should start early in July.  There has been an increase In scream  planted:.  ������4^-S GCtgg^  Under date of June 9th C. B. Twigg,  district agriculturist, reports on the 1931  erop as follows. Pears will be a heavy  crop, especially Bartletts and Flemish  Beauty; D'Anjous are a little light,  The drop is not quite over yet but  thinning will start shor ly after the 15th  on the early varieties. Apples are making good growth. Early varieties are off  this year. Wealthys will be fairly good.  Mcintosh will be lighter; but the winter  varieties heav er, especially Delicious,  Rome Beauty and Spies.  -������������������'���������.-��������� ���������.' ..  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASES Pastor,  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Service.  10.00 a.m>���������Sunday School.  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome.   Unchurched  specially invited.  ^*jfc������^BM_A | ___! ��������� __l___������--_^---Al# Ammi A_������>__^_-M-<X_____-fc-_jftM->_fth_>_tt_<_ud-_>_fcA  evening, under the  Woman's Auxiliary.  lordship was a guest  Jas. Cook.  direction   of  the  While    here    his  of Mr. and  Mrs.  MOTOR CAR  OWNERS I  Give Your Car a Treat to a  PROPER-- GREASING  w_  a__s _ ������B          .-!_ .   ._  iii_isjsiii-;*_t  >  ���������  ...  >.  >  m*  an    air  operarea   __6__^L_oxWii>_.f_-_.   v-n.-R'  GREASER, which develops up*to 6000 pounds pressure  and is capable of forcing grease into ths hardest bearings.  *e������ es-  -\  IlI^BliO    Bli Odi  Station  Dealers in Shell Products.    Car Washing a Specialty  We aim ft> Satisfy.   Please Give us a Trial.  m,*m,'w������*j'%*mm,mm>'9mm',m'mm}mm'mm>mm>m'mmmi*"*rm  <mmm 'm ������������������*}'*? "*> 'r.'yt'  ���������V"W*������"  m>amtmmmmm  "<r,T,^,wv,'**'*''  ��������� >w m'mi um'm'*rm'*'���������*���������*>���������  mwm"wmwmw*^rmwww**������4f^wm  CRESTON  Gs-Opsrativs Assn.  Twq Stores  ERiCKSQN  ^___t i __ . A. Am A.  A      A      ^1        .1     ���������-      ^   i  -^-m..m.j. .m -_-.__.���������_-.__,-__.. __..__���������  _'  jjh  SUPER QUALITY  SOO lbs*  IngersolPs  S__5nwEb H^^R^H:   ffmmjma EfgTjH fij    |9| mSammmm liir^  Cr US 6.1%-? lip SJ7^r I ,  CHEESE  The Sunday rush to Kuskanook has  commenced, visitors to that point last  Sabbath being the biggest of the season.  Youngsters and adults alike miss the  excitmettf. provided in other years by the  arrival ar_u departure of the afternoon  boat for Nelson.  The prolonged dry spell whieh has  prevailed since the middle of May, was  broken on Monday night when the  district had its first thunderstorm, and  about a quarter of an inch of rain fell.  Further quite heavy-.soakers.-were encountered Tuesday-night and Wednesday.  Earl Bieney, a graduate .of- Creston  high school, who left-..here about ten  years ago to attend B.C< University and  has since resided at the coast, was renewing acquaintances in Creston at the  weekend^ a guest of Mr. ahd Mrs.. J. H.  Webster.- He is on the teaching staff of  the state university-at Salt Lake City.  Utah./-': '���������'��������� r. YY  Departmental examinations in connection with Grade 9, 10 and 11 of the  high school will eminence on Tuesday  morning and continue through till the  end of the month. Grade 8, or entrance  to high school pupils, commence writing  on the 26th. In addition to Creston  students will also write at Wynndel on  Grade 8.  ���������WW  _L  i- a'rmers *���������* iiancners  Now is the time to be thinking of Buying a  NEW MOWER and HAY RAKE  The price is low, and we can give you very easy payments on any Implement you may wish to purchase.   We have these Implements ih stock.  Our prices.on Pipes and Fittings are the best  obtainable in this District, and we carry a large"  Y stocknoiiliadd. *  IN THE BLACKSMITH LINE WE CAN GIVE YOU   '  ...f. "  We have tHe most modern equipped shop in the Kootenays  and can.handle any Mhd pi worlc ^  REMEMBER WHEN YOU HAVE ANY JOBS IN THE  WELDING LINE to bring them to our shop. We are  able to weld anything for you at a much lower cost than, to  buy new parts.  GresionSiacksmStii, Plumbing & Heating Go.  STEBNSTRIUP & REED ";  BOX 57,  ^_������-BkA_d_k������utfkd^k������>������k_h_^____k-__k_:  k_4kj-<ai__N-B-_k-t--^'k  PHONE 35  iA-Ai >_^_������A-fc-^-������A_������J-h_w^_^A*>A^^^A^������A*Aa^-������ij^*4t_j^ ''  A  .4  ~y*gmc^ ys^is^sr  _^JJJ!lBiS_HB^irUI?F_^_^aSIl  GRAND THEATRE  FRI.-SAT., Juni  19-20  CRESTON MERCANTILE  ���������f+fm-M OI*. 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Visible fitting workable with JACK and JILL SHOES  only. All styles and sizes. Priced no higher than ordinary shoes. i  Mffetmtone News  S* A. SPEERS  Dry Goods, Groceries.    PHONE 3    Fumiture,Hardware


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