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 ���������. _T1  a  _ ii  vr  V A_E. Y Y  VOL.   XXllI.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRtiuAir.  J UJL.ST 3������,'i&SUL  No; 19  a _7  J  ������������������������    _b mm w  Cutting Permits  Wynndel and Greston Ranchers  Secre Permits Cut 1400 Tons  Hay and Rushes���������Few More  Applications Expected.  Haymakers were much in evidence in  town Tuesday, securing the necessary  pSjauiu tv CU> w wiutci  5Uf t������������y  _.*   ������A.~^t"  Creston flats. These licenses were  issued hy W. H. Browne, tne- proviacial  grazing ranger, assisted bp > Geo.  Nickel, secretary, and Chas. Sutcii&e, of  Creston Valley Stockbreeders' Association, all of whom were at Wynndel the  day previous for the same purpose..  On the whole the 1931. crop, is better  than ft year ago when just a little oyer  1500 tons were put up in one of the best.  haymaking seasons that has obtained for  sometime. Due to less flooding of the  fiats cuts on "the higher lands are not as  good as a year ago, while others, that  were too heavily flooded in 1930 are  showing a wonderful crop this season.  At the two sittings at Wynndel and  Creston 186 permits were Issued, 47 of  which were at Wynndel, where the  demand is heavy for   rushes  for  straw-  * berry nauleh. These called for a total  cut of 1350 tons, 900 of; which are  rushes. It is expected another 20  permits will be issued requiring an  additional 100 tons. %  Permits are issued on the basis of live  stock owned by the party requesting a  license and it is figured that two ton per  head of cattle and horses Is sufficient for  winter feed, which, is all that is provided.  For .sheep andgcats. s^d there ar^S-  least 100 of thesejdt is figor*d:^hat _ f&gy  ^"irooiiiiw*''"w *��������� ~~ ���������*" * *    ��������� -' ^- -"*   -.six*  the field ojn the former Hurl place! The  rouble was with the feed valves faf . the  engine. Capt. Dean, who was in charge,  had lunch with <3_1. Lister, and after  making temporary repairs the machine  was flown to the airport at, Creston  where the defect - was ' remedied and  about 3 p.m. the .machine took off for  Edmonton.  . Nelson News: German -settlers, 4Q in  nusaher, at Camp Lister, are no longer  exempt from taxation hy virtue ot the  fact th**"- thsy hays leased, iss&sdb of  purchased $&eir Hnd from the government.     infqVmntSon to this effect hag  p������cu rSij^anf^V* Mjr ������. x*. tawcwturu, pTCV___C-  ial assessor and .collector. The settlers  will now be t^xabl? for both school and  government purposes. They wiii also be  eligible, to vote for school trustees in  their district.  Lis-[Satisfactory  ^  Of 28 Students Writing 23 Successful���������Canyon, Sirdar, and  Wynndel Hfiive 100 Per Gent.  Pass���������mree Kail at Greston  The pass .list i&y connection  entrance to highl school, or  with  the  Grade' 8,  -.-j_.  _f_ M^m^*mAm*m**mm.*+mm..  E*f*lGmkson  '   Mr.   a$d' Mrs.   D.   Macdonaid   and  family of Greeftw ood   are   visitors here  guests of thet Jitter's parents,   Mr.   and  Mrs. Geo. Oarftwright.  Miss DaMia Speaker of Cranb/ook  arrived on Wednesday on a visit with  her mother, Mrs. Fred Speaker.  John   X������ichsrdson     ^_m__-     <  patient   at   Creston  this  week,   for  tonsils operation.  _  Miss Hasel Hopwood of Vaneou  spending the week here, a guest of 'Miss  Marcella Sanford.'  Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Palfreyman' and  Miss Cotterill got away at the middle  of the week on a two eeks' vacation' at  Portland, Oregon.  Mr_ and Mra. Bert Boffey left. at the  end of-the week for a motor trip, to  Banff and Lake  Louise.  ____ _^i=.������_ra. vwi  a  ;t������V7������--> _Ct  U       IHET u-^/wviucuviU      CJUtJlllimilUU-.  were issued at the'first of the week, and  in Creston district the showing is most  c editable 23, of fhe 28 students writing  securing a pass. "Y  Principal Stephens of Canyon is receiving congratulations on graduating all  five of his candidates, while Principals  Dixon of Sirdar, and McGregor of  Wynndel, did eqxtally well, graduating  four and three candidates respectively  for a 100 per cent pass. And at Alice  Siding with one candidate. Principal  Freaney was equally successful.  At Erickson Mies White got a pass of  five out of seven Ipind at Creston Principal Marriott's showing was five out of  eight who wrote The successful  students follow: -  SIRDAR���������Frances Talerico 405, Margaret Rogers 404, Charles Bleumenauer  378, W01 Khoacc S73.  WYNNDEL-^Ruth Joy 3-72, Mabel  Glasier 370, Lawrence Davis 360.  arrived a few days previous on a visit  with the Plumb's. Mrs. McDonald left  immediately for Nelson and the remains  were brought to Creston. burial taking  place on Monday from Trinity United  Church, with Rev. R. E. Cribb officiating.  .  A special /meeting of the ^ranchers;  within the Canyon Water District wais  held on Tuesday night at wlitehLit waS-  dedded to start in to ration the Ywater  for irrigation purposes. Half of the district will have water three days, and the  other half for the same period each  week.; This is the first time in the  ulatricirs history that rationing has had  to be resorted to.  Creston dance band of six pieces,  under the* leadership of A- Erickson,  have booked the hall for Friday. August  7th, for a. popular price dance, to  commence at 9 p.m. prompt.'  All five of the pupils of Canyon school  who wrote on the entrance to high  school exams, at the end of June were  t su c cessf ul. They are John Spencer,  Agnes Johnson, Helen Browell,. Clara  Nygaard and Ethel VanAckeran.  \* ^&UR#M     V ��������� f  Fall Fair Dates  Executive Inaugurate New Sys-  ^r tem AwardingPrize Money���������  ;U-5?<S-^(-m8:'''T?n^i: Biggest Exhibit  Secure Most Geiierous Prizes  ALICE   SIDING  Smith 375.  TCliza>u_������|.     ������������-������������__  __������...-..k. ._._ifc.      __^.r_o..v  viwrvj.'  -.n__-_wa.  .association  j__e census  shews  that  by/the  s! hsys&akers ha^e about "1200" head  of cattle and. about 200 head  ta_ren  3o    of- horses  Yinearer supervised by the association  extends from Kootenay Landing to the  Reclamation Farm and first eapne under  association control ih 1919.  Assuming the croj_ is better than 1930  it looks as if the association will have  ^enough feed on its own lands to meet  the demand, but to provide for any  emergency a deal has been made with  the department to .cut on indian lands.  The Indians have been steadily reducing  their herds until now it is figured they  own hardly i00 head of cattle and very  few horses. When the association was  first organized difficulty was experienced  in fixing the boundary of the hayv lands  as the indians were wanting plenty of  feed for about 600 head of livestock they  claimed tb have at that time.  Some of the haymakers started their  mowers immediately the permit was  secured, but cutting will not be genera,  until the first week in August.  MissJMargajret $jtewart,$f >tita  bm|3ia_-^esE__^.nur^k&f  ' v'^Gfv'rv"* it's*, ���������-������������������*"���������'?,._  s .d'of the :"!?_ek. &������ ������������������_  fathlr, Win. Stewart? at fr e ranch"  __._  _ _TW. q^-W-������_ <������|_  _-~_B-   .ra___,  Crsnr  here.  Bothamle^f   and  _^*������vlS_ ������' v>"*-_������^-������,  ttl&tar  Y Mr. and Mrs. Albert  Childress-   of"  arrived on a visit with   his   sister, .Mrs.  Geo. Hobden.  R. J. and W. R. Long of the fruit firm  of Long. Allan '&: Long, Limited, got back  at the end of the week from a business  trip to Lethbridge and other Alberta  fruit marketi ng centres.  Miss .Larson of the General Hospital  nursing staff, Medicine Hat, Alberta, "is a  visitor here this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. L. T. Leveque.  Miss Betty Kemp, who has spent the  past month at Cradbrook, arrived  h me on, Sunday. Miss Ruth Greene of  that town came back with hpr for a  holiday at Roc Wand Ranch.  . Mr. and Mrs. Mufdock McLeod and  Robert McMaster left at the first of the  week on a motor trip to Sault Ste  Marie, Ontario, and other eastern  points. .  Miss Beth Putnam is a Nel on visitor  this week;  CANYON CITY���������John Spencer 474,  Agnes Johnson 437, Helen Browell 393,  Clara Nygaard 360, Ethel VanAckeran  360.   . "  ERICKSON���������Betty Kemp .426, Roy  Penson 400, Sadie -SVaser 393, Milton S.  FraserS82f Maurice Kelsey 360.  CRESTONY-*TSFeonore Nastasi _06,  Waiiain Ferguson 400,; Elizabeth Armitage-361; Margaret Armitage 3 60, Hesper  Lewis 360. passed on recommendation���������  Irene  Bourdon,   'George   Collis,'.-Doris  qjrOSDy, _n.C>_ci w x/!Cno5ii,.va_u������5 i/unucSi  Harry Johnson Eva LaBelle, Margaret  Miller, Moily Moore, Hubert Morrow,  Harold McLaren, Dorothy Palmer,- Kate  Payne, Nellie P yne, Jane Ross, Eleanor  Spratt, Ethel Sutcliffe, Charlie Taylon  DaisyTrevelyan, Clifford York.  Witfythe  addition.  of  another tfoom  and teacher, Creston high school will be  in good shape to take care of all -those  graduating this year.  Errest Stevens has arrived from  Trail for a couble of weeks' holiday with  his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens.  Rov. C.   A. Shortt  of  Vancouver Ib  announced    to    take   the   Church   of  . England service here on   Sunday   morn-  inflfat 11 oVlock.  Mr. and Mrs.  Andrenson, who have  .been    holidaying    with    the    latter's  I parents, Col. nnd Mrs . LiBtor, returned  toPotlach, Idaho,  at  the  end  of  the  About 20  from  here, who  wore  on  forest fire fighting vyork at the Wvlnlaw  ' Hmit __ist wee!:, anrSyvu num. _ ������t the end  of the week.  Cutting of tho second crop of alfalfa Is  general In the  Lister  area   this  wcok  Alf. Wellspring Is one  of  the  earliest,  having completed his cut on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mr������, Bird, Mrs. Powers, Misa  Erances Malthouse and A. R.-Bernard  ���������mado up ������ motor.pnrty that spout Sunday at Lockart Beach, wesjt ob Boswell.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huseroft and  family and Jim Huseroft and family also  Sundayodi In tho samo locality.  Lintor proplo had a good look at the  auto-gyra piano that took part in tho air  pageant ut VaneouW laHt week. On  the return trip-on Monday it was forced  down ancl made a landing about noon In  Alias S������s������������&&  The C.P.R. express depot at the  Smith Crossing, which was in charge of  H. H. Taylor, was. closed on Sunday.  Some raspberries were still moving at  the first of the week for shipment at  Creston.  Alice Siding-peopje had a good look at  the auto gyro of Me Trans-Canada air  pageant, which landed at the Archibald  airport on Monday afternoon -for   some  repairs.     .;.;���������-.:.-   -'%_-���������;  The haymakers wereF all: at Creston  Tuesday getting������hesr perils for Cutting  ,pu^-si^o^f^to5^s^-W  rushes will be heavier thatf^uSlY  ,"?.!��������� v-3'i.zi.z-yyyy.: ������������������'"...:..:i_ y.'-.-..-., ���������?���������������������". . ".;:���������>. -; . Y  ":*_*-___ -_Sr___C_^_ ___ -.l_^i_.  '___. __rr_;. v_______i>  ' U   _Ut_   BGOWU.  Clarence Botterill, Walter Dodds and  R. J. Speaker are amongst those who  have migrated to Canaf Flats to help  with forest fire fighting.  F, G. DeWolf of Victoria, superintendent of irrigation for the department of  lands, was heire lus,t week on nn official  visit of inspection of the East Creston  system* and found everything in first-  class shape.  Mrs. W. H. Kemp is a Cranbrook  visitor this week, a guest of Mr. arid  Mrs. Twigg. i  Miss Betty Kernaghan of" Creston is  ripendinu the week with Miss Elvalino  Cliirk.  Misa D, Kemp of Fernie, was here 'for  a short vtBit with Mr; and Mrs.  W. H  Kemp. ' \;. ���������  Five of the sovon pupils who wrote  the June departmental examinations at  Croston for promotion into high school  wore Bucceasful. They aro Betty Kemp,  Roy Penson, Sadie Fraaor, Milton  Prasor and Maurice Kelsey.  Mia Pcjiuon and family left at tho  flrsu of the wook on their annual outing  at Snncn Creek.  Mr, ai.tl Mrs. McAlYer of Medicine  Hat, AlboJtn, spent a fnw days hero thla  ww.1.,. wmftto 'of M|f. ami' Mw, ' li..'. T.  Levociut.. Th������y nro on a motor trip to  Bai-fl" and Lake Loutae,  Gassyan OSty  Miss Helen McRobb, who has spent  the past month in Calgary, Alberta,  arrived home at the end of the weeh,  accompanied by her aunt, Mrc.  Robertson.  Mrs. Jeff. Knott of Snoqualme, Wash.,  is here for a holiday visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Halstead.  E. L Langston, who is with the  C.P.R', at Raymond, spent the weekend  with Mr . Langston and children, who  are stopping with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. A. Halstead.   A G. Samuelson, who had the contract of putting in a half-mile of road at  the canyon for South Kootenay Water-  power Company, finished -hia work on  Tuesday, a few days ahead of  schedule.  Ole Olson of Blairmore, Alberta, was  a visitor at his ranch here the past week.  The property is about opposite the  Wickholm place, and he intends to  orect a house on it and reside here  permanently.  Chas, Pipe had quite a distinguished  lot of visitors Inat weekend nt tho lookout at Mount Thompson; the party  including Misses Boulah Ponaon,  Frances Knott and Ellen Beaton, and  Messrs. Bert and Herbert Dodd, P. R.  Truscott, Dick and Roy Penson.  Mr, and Mrs. A. Halstead are homo  from their motor holiday trip to Vancouver which thoy to&tc with their boh,  Carl, who came b&'fclc with them and  aftor a couple of days atwy loft for  tholr homo in Winnipeg, Man.  Mr. and Mrc. Plumb, who arrived  horo from Swift Current, Sank., In June,  and aro occupying the Wothorheacl  ranch, wotfo shocked on Friday to receive word from "NM^on of tho death of  Alox, McDonuld of Piapot, Sask., who  with Mrs. McDonald and childron,   hat!  ,|r^-KOT.;Y.Qreajtba lY^wejre'^lSSiM^Y. tita'^-fOT__rie^;  Vaness ranch/ which 'isijiow:itt charge\ <it  Dong Barney. Alice'Siding also had the  first raspberries and strawberries.  C. S. Hester has been passing a  petition amongst the landowners to find  out just how many of them would be  willing to co-operate to bring an ex-  tention of the Arrow Creek system n to  AliceS di _g.u. It is feared the cost of the  cement main pipe would be prohibitive.  The water supply in this district is the  poorest in years.  Approximatley 1200 packages , were  shipped by express from the Smith  Crossing depot this year, of which about  1100 were, raspberries, most of which  were from the R. Stewart & Son, J. W.  Parkin and Dong Barney (Vahness)  ranches.  All the directors ~������f. Creston Vail ey  Agricultural Association wpjp out for a  meeting of the executive.on Thurpday  night at which Tuesday and Wednesday,  October 6th and 7th were chosen as  dates for the 1931 fall fair, and the report ol ths special eo___-__-ttee appointed  a month ago to devise ways and means  of improving the prize list was adopted.  For the purpose of staging the exhibits  the fair was madf������ into five divisions,  and a supervisor for each was naified.  The date this year is almost twO weeks  later than in_ 1930, and- the reason for  this is that in previous y^ars 'orchardists  complained they were ui_abl@ to give the  exhibition the attention ..hey wished  because the fair came just when the  Mcintosh Reds were at their peak. The  later days should also assure a much  better showing of thie winter varieties  Those selected to have charge of the  divisions are: Fruit, Percy,: Boffey.  Vegetables, Geo. Captwrjgi.tY Livestock, Chas _Sutcli%. ^Poultry, D.  Bradley. Needlework cookrog, - canned  goods, flowers, Women's Institute.  ln the fruit section ithas been, decided  to confine .the .box  exhibits to . edngle'  boxes and these only in .the commerdal  varieties.   Avery special attention will  begiven to getting out a large display of  plates, and for.-this .y������*r  a substantial  prize will bg given _ J&pjtY the  best   _angle  ^nl^of^^^vanel^';; ^,...r\-.-,,y>.';y  ^BS3^KKr^a^|5^  entries ^witfe;|a.::; nam|^iujn}^3^^YOf_. $1,  ami iajl hcfldScScbf exMbitors> tickets  will;  be admitted fr^ to the building. YTfaere  will iiave to-be?four  entries   before   a  second prize wilt be paid; Yf        -  A���������drastic change has beehmade in  allocating the special prizes aud prize  money. The old system of ^giving;' say,  $1 to first arid 60 cents to "second in  most of tl.e classes has been -done away  with, and for this year it is proposed to  pay prizemoney in accordance with the  number of exhibits in each section.  Where there are from one to five  exhibits the first prize will he $1, and  second 60 cents. From 6 to 10 exhibits  the prizemoney will be $1.60, $1 and 50  cents. 11 or more exhibits, $2, $1.6 0  and $1.  In connection with donations a lette r  s  being   sent   out   and  this  will  be  Wynnelel  J. Benedetti was a Nelson visitor last  week.  Mrs John Bathie is a patient at  Creston public hospital at present.  ��������� .        ���������      .    <  Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Butterfield left  on Monday on an auto trip to  Spokane.  J. G. Abbott and T. Watson were  auto visitors to Calgary,: and other  prairie points last week'  Trying to solve tho heat problem most  Wynndelites spent Sunday, at Twin -Boy  andSanca.  Tho school board are calling for  tenders for kalsominine the two room  school, bids to bo in by August 10th.  Miss E. Towson is a WilUow Point  visltw.at present, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Middleton.  W. H. Browne of Nelson, grazing  commisslonor,, wob hero on Monday,  issuing the 1931 hay cutting per mi to.  Tho hay crop looks promising this year.  WynndolitcB had another Kllmpso of  the Trans Canada airplanes on the return flight on Monday morning.   .  MIbsob E. Hagon, E. Uri, M. Abbott,  E. Wittman, A. Crane and H, Hngcn,  with Misa O. Hugon, left on Sunday on a  week's camp at Twin Bay.  J. Uri, who has been here for tho past  two montlm on a vinit -with hia brothers,  Fi. nnd tfc. ITH,'' lnffc htut week for  Toronto, Ontario, and points cast, en  route for hia homo In Norway-  followed up with a call by the finance  committee. Anyone . contributing $10  will be entitled1 to a complimentary  ticket and a one-third page advertisement In the prize list Donntors of $25  will get a full page advertisement in th e  prize list.  GRAND THEATRE  FRI.-SAT., Aug.  31-1  Eddie CahSor  in  _-  Whoopee"  3Hrjr_r?*?i7f _rv c  Famous Stage  Success  More Sumptuous!  More Dazzling!  ���������    More Startling.  More Ravishing]y Beautiful thah  ever as nn Amassing Talking  Picture Entertainment in  ALL TECHNICOLOR  A $6.60 Broadway Hit  no advance in price  a vi.\jnsA  fl  we  ss  ?___._������^a  w<kmmu  mm  Serious rectal troubles, piles,  paralysis, hemorrhoids, are frequently the result of using*  cheap cathartics.  ENO is pleasant, gentle, safe  and sure.  A daily dash of ENO in a  glass of water every morning,  tones up and sweetens the entire system.  erf a Road  Fregram  Work   On   Ldnk  With   Trans-Canada  Highway To Proceed  Constructlqn'-/.work' on the. Alberta  section of'theYTOroposed trans-Canada  Highway ��������� ��������� will laegln in the near future, Stx;vras InUmated by the provin-  f.lm.1      _7i/'.������__.*M..*__'___���������,4.   " ' '  ������,_������_    vav.������ctuiuQuu  ' "'Aimptincenaent of the road program was made, following receipt of  a wire from -Senator Gideon Robertson, Federal Minister of Labor, stating not only; that the Dominion Government; will share with the Province .on a 50-50 basts In the case of  the trans-Canada Highway, but that  the Province' may confidently anticipate a Federal ^contribution on high-  Our National Parks.  way construction in drouth areas.  Three possible routes as Alberta  links In the. highway have been suggested, in answer to a request from  Premier Bennett, as follows: Jasper,  Edmonton sand Lloydminster; Jasper.  Edmonton and Walnwright; and  Banff, Calgary and Medicine Hat.  When a choice, as between these is  made by the Dominion authorities,  lining, up with the routes across the  | adjoining provinces, the way will he  clear to begin actual operations.  Homeland S-Btfts Greetings  London    Papers    Refer    To    British  Columbians Diamond Jubilee  ^Hail British Columbia" - ia the  heading ojt^ the London, -Sngiand,  Morning Post Leader-in a recent issue  referring to British. Columbia's dia-  irno/no juoiiee as a province of Canada.  The Post says the homeland sends  affectionate and sincere good wishes  to the province. It pays a tribute to  the loyalty! of British Columbia and  recalls the courage and far-sighted  vision of the pioneers of British Commercial enterprise west of the Rockies and dwells on the development of  the province into "one of the most  progressive auu prosperous commun**  ties in the Empire.''  The Daily Express also congratulates British Columbia on Its diamond  jubilee, and ������says: "Perhaps ottfer  provinces of our great Dominion will  forgivei us if in this country we have  special afieetions for.' the 60-year-old  province beyond the Rockies owing to  her flattering habit of remaining as  English, as possible."  ''^FStmf^  Cigarette Papers  ^*mS\  .Lar&a, po ub.e Booh  120 Leaves  nnn<   inii   _������  /AVOID !i-!TAT-Cr_  <uy'f,  ,wL������  (Loast-1 o-tuoast  _���������    ��������� B .      ..  leiepnone  One little item of national good which seems to have grown out off the  P-fevaittug and much discussed business depression is the increasing number  of Canadians w&o Are this year making visits to aad holidaying in the  -_te������k_______ Parks of the Dominion.    This very satisfactory development nay  fe_B_ra hnm caused "by ths financial inability sf ___s_sy people to indulge in  maro expensive trips, probably so, but it may also hav_ resulted from  iesseas-d publicity and a growing appreciation of these ������������rk������ mad the  wcsdarful variety and beauty of scenic and other attractions which they  present.  Canada, like all countries, has made some very good as well as some  regrettably bad investments, but in no other department of national  acEoiinlstratlon lias more foresight been shown, or a better investment made,  than In the setting aside in all Provinces of generous-areas as national playgrounds* and leaving them, for the most part, in a state of undisturbed  natural beauty so that future generations in the. centuries to come -may  know w������iat this country was like before it became the home of teeming  millions with all the artificialities which, invention and an ever advancing  machine-age may bring.  As a result of this foresight, Canada today can boast of the largest and  finest system of National Parks possessed by any oountry in the world.  Embraced within their "boundaries are great mountain peaks, large Lakes,  wonderful rivers, "beautiful waterfalls, almost every kind of wild animal  known: to this northern half of the continent, fish, trees and wild flowers of  every variety. They are. in a word. Nature's great storehouses of natural  wealth and beauty.  More than this, each National Park is an animal and bird preserve and  sanctuary, thus providing a guarantee against the extinction of these wild  species.in this country and safeguarding Canada from similar losses sustained in other lands. In fact, Canada has done even better than this. Not  many years ago people declared that the "buffalo which once roamed our  -western prairies in countless thousands had become extinct. There were,  .however, a few held in captivity by private individuals In the United States.  The Canadian Government, with foresight, seized the opportunity and  purchased these animals, about 800 in all, twenty-three years ago, and  brought them to Canada, placing them in the National Park at Wainwright,  Alberta. Today there are 6,000 buffalo *_t Wainwrjght, 1;006 at Elk -Island  Park, Alberta, and about 13,000 at Wood Buffalo Park, Northwest Territories.  All these herds are increasing.  Canadians thus haver mot only great national playgrounds but Nature's  own zoological gardens. They constitute a national asset of great value  today, which, money could not buy, and which will increase rapidly in value  With the passage of time. Full advantage of the National Parks should be  taken by aU citizens.   They are easily accessible to most people, If not one  Sark, then another one. In a year such as the present they offer th.e Ideal  oliday for people" with but few dollars to spare. Take the children to them.  Let them see the buffalo, the elk, the bears, in their natural habitat, and  not merely by picture imschool books. Let them, especially our prairie boys  and girl:., know the joy of roaming among the trees, and the keen delight of  fishing.  Western winters are long, and sometimes excessively cold, when we must  too cooped up in our houses. Therefore, let everybody get out of doors when  and -while they can, and revel In the beauties and the health-giving attributes  of Nature. Adults will appreciate such a simple holiday", but the providing  of it is a duty we owe to the children. Nature is the best doctor ln the  world, and we should go to her as often and for as long a visit as possible.  And Nature can be seen at her best, and enjoyed to th������ utmost, in the  National Parks of Canada,���������the great playgrounds which are the property  of every CanadLon citizen.  Peace  Riv*.r Outlet  Bounty On Wheat  Five Cents On Bushel Exported From  Alberta and S_-k_ic&ewaa  . A resolution providing ������o? 'the payment of Ave cents on every bushel  cf wheat exported fretn the Frwflsceai  of Alberta and Saskatchewan during  the present year has beets ptaoed on  the order-paper of the House of Commons by Premier R. B. Bennett. This  implements the announcement by  Premier Bennett in his budget speech.  . The resolution read as follows:  "Resolved that lt is expedient to  bring in a measure to provide that  the Governor in Council may authorize the payment out of the consolidated revenue fund of the sum of five  cents on every bushel of wheat exported from'the Province of Alberta  and Saskatchewan of the crop of  1931, and to make provision for the  determination of amounts . payable  therunder, and for regulations to  carry out the purpose of the act and  "prescribe penalties to be Incurred for  breach of the act or regulations."  . jj-j-#^my_n*B������g>frwgg%m%m.    B|,vani  Be Delayed  The British Columbia Government,  it is intimated, views with concern the  possibility that the fate of the Peace  River outlet question -and the future  of the: Pacific Great Eastern Railway  may be delayed la its decision by  reference to the proposed YDomlnlon  general transportation royal commissi-.. ~  While favoring the appointment of  such a commission for' general purposes; the government does not wish  these two. questions to be subjected to  delay. The provincial authorities* it  is stated, will communicate witH the  Dominion Government to learn whether these matters 'would be referred to  the proposed commission.  Toothache and neuralgia are instantly relieved with Douglas' Egyptian Liniment. A quick, sure remedy.  Also recommended for burns, sprains,  sores and inflammation.  Th������ Oil Of the, People.���������Many oils  have come and gone, but Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrlc Oil continues to maintain its  position and increase its sphere of  usefulness each year. Its sterling  qualities have brought it to the front  and kept it there, and it can truly be  called the oil of the people. Thousands  have benefited by it an4 would use no  other preparation.  Ahar_c-G__  Rtira!  Fairs  Canada Praised By  Sir Alexander Gibbs  For   Wishing   Efficient   Management  and Construction, Of Harbours  Sir Alexander Gibbs, noted English  port authority and engineer, who has  been commissioned by Canada to conduct an investigation into the functioning of Canadian harbours, arrived  Trans-Canada Telephone Line Will Be  '"���������'���������."'       4.2SS MSIes In LengtS:  Direct telephone communication between! . jw-bntreal and Winnipeg' Is now  established, and marks the closing of  another gap in a.ti^ns-Canada telephone system, which is expected to  join Halifax en the Atlantic seaboard  with Vancouver on the ^aeifie Coast,  by the end of 1931. In all, eight telephone systems are "co-operating in  this coast-to-coast hook-up, which is  designed to keep all purely Canadian  telephone calls entirely within the  boundaries of the Dominion.  The trans-Canada ��������� telephone line  will be 4,263 miles in length, made up  of 142 miles in Nova Scotia, 335 In  New Brunswick, 1,952 in Quebec and  Ontario, 242 in Manitoba, 465 in Saskatchewan, 418  in Aiberta,  and 569  _���������������  "E_-.S4-__.1_ 4"V_1..*v>>v_-> A    *.r_f������._.������_> *>���������>   _���������������_.���������  Ul   A_������_._.^.M__    VWM ��������� ��������� . fc^_C.  '       ���������������������..    *������vU������������������     \^_.     **M    . *.  peatef stations will be necessary to  boost-up the electrical impulses that  carry the voice on its long journey  across Canada.  Immediately preceding the opening  of the Montreal-Winnipeg connection  on July 4t_., a third commercial line  froan Toronto to Wisuai^eg and one  which provides direct communication,  free from intermediate switching-*t  any point-en route, was brought into  use. The first service between Toronto and Winnipeg was established in  1928, and two of the circuits now in  operation are equipped with carrier  current apparatus, permitting sevgral  simultaneous conversations on "the  same pair of circuit wires.  The eastern link of the system between Halifax and Montreal was completed Ih January, 1929, and the recent hook-up completes the line from  Halifax to Winnipeg. Much work has  been done in this connection in Western Canada, a three-channel carrier  system already operating between Regina and Calgary, and the work laid  out by the provincially-owned system  of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, together With the British Columbia. Telephone Company, provides  for the opening of the whole line this  year. ��������� ", " '���������   ,w  In  Sixty-Nine     Agricultural     Fairs  Saskatchewan Will Be Cancelled  For This Year  Due to poor conditions, 09 agricultural fairs have been abandoned in  Saskatchewan, J. G. Rayner, secretary  of the Saskatchewan Agricultural  Societies Association and director of  extension work at the Saskatchewan  University, has announced.  Altogether, 75 small exhibitions will  be held this year. Most of the fairs  which will not be held He in southern  Saskatchewan, although a few of the  northern societies have decided to put  off the fairs, due to lack of prize  money.  Complete in itself, Mother Graves*  Worm Exterminator does not require  the assistance of any other medicine  at Quebec recently. ^Sir Alexander stat-  to make it effective.   It does not fail  ed Canada was giving an example to  to do its work.  other countries    in wishing    efficient  management and construction of her  harbours. His task was of the highest importance, he said, adding that  he felt honored in having been chosen  to conduct the Inquiry.  The   reason .so  many people  miss  the road to happiness is because when  they come to it, it looks so much like  a detour they take the better-looking-  side. "  "������������  _>^  ^>SSff^sr  ::S2__9_  ii������i  SeSjKfeS  Light Cattle Wanted  Canada must produce more lightweight beef cattle to hold its market  in Britain and to take care of home  consumption contends Howard F.  Raleigh, M.L.A., Lambton West, In a  report prepared for the agricultural  committee of tlie Ontario legislature,  following an investigation of conditions surrounding the cattle-breeding  industry.  If tlie way of the transgressor is so  ivfully hard,  plo follow it?  Promotion Well Merited  Twenty-two years of service with  the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  (a good deal of which was put In  with the old North West Mounted  Pollco), which took him at ono time  into tho Arctic regions In northern  Canada for a period of two years, has  brought Sergeant William Shutz of  Weyburn, a well merited promotion  to the rank of an inspector.  It is all very well to say that tho  tt>.vfuily hard, why in It no many peo-  speed fleml vaunt go, but. the troubl*.  ' is that that's what he thinks, too.  Sev#reP Painful ���������  Cramps In Her Stomach  p.FbvriERjj  ;:^vai*o:Y,Y  TIioho torrlble c.mmpn In tlio ntomarli that <1oublo  you up in pain and make you break out in n cold  per-ipiration, may bo ntoppod by a few doHoa at Dr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry.  Mr������. Lloyd .Tones, B04 Argylo St,, Halifax, N.S.,  writoNS���������"I have fti.fl.orod groatly from mo vara and  painful crampa in my ntomach, X tried Mevoral  remodtoa without rooult, Ono day a friend advliiod  me to talco Dr, Fowler'������ Extract of Wild Stmwborry,  co I bojjght a bottle and got instant rolloJI-'1  Your Asthma, Too. The efficacy  of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy Is not something that is merely  to be hope for; lt is to be expected.  It seldom falls to bring relief, and in  your own individual case it will do the  some. So universal has been the success of tills far-famed remedy that  every one afflicted with this disease  owes lt to himself to try it.  Deaths ^By Violence  .,!;  i   Increase Of Two Persons Per 100,000  Population Is Shown  An increase of two persons per  100,000 population in tho number of  deaths by violence is shown in a ro~  pari ii&uuil by _li<_ !Eor_-!nior_ "urcau  of Statistics. The number of deaths  by violence In Canada for 1030 was  7,468 na compared with 7,151 In 1������20.  Suicides numbered 1,007, a marked  Incroaso ovor 8,35 "tof tlio prevSous  year, while homicides numbered 212  a.t against 182. "  There were G,$������9'accidental dciulha,,  compared with 0,134 in 1029. Drownings numbered ; 1,067, deaths from  traffic accidents 2,077 and automobile  fatalities 1,280. '*  m  Cut Down  Food Wastage  ---by covering all perishable  goods with Para-Sani Heavy  Waxed Paper. Para-Sani  moisture-proof texture will keep  them fresh'until you are ready  to use them.  You'll find the Para-Sani sanitary  knife-edged carton handy. Or  use "Centre Pull" Packs iri sheet  form for less exacting uses. At  grocers, druggist,, stationers.  P:S3SS:  K3K838-:  wm  m?  London  craze.  women   havo   a   halloas  W.   N*.   V.   iCftft  Western Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO.. REGINA,, SASH.  ���������������?_ TEE   IffiVXEltf*   ���������BESTOH8   ������_   i%  fr  /;  9  ARRANGEPR  Saskatchewan Relief  PlSESI������ENT-_nL___CT  "Winnipeg,  Man^-^lBrlg.-Gen^Ilv 'fW;  Jh_terson,. president of- the dh-t6rth*e^  Bay  Association,   wired 'rHon,  Manion. :MInister.Vof::^I^lv_������s;Y  'Canals, that 750,000 bushels of whe&t  Is  Btbred in  :S-U&ato<_n,Y^  earmarked     to  ���������, go ,   out ,.  througb  Churchill this fall"  and that a Nor-  weeian firm was ready to supply ships  for carrying the.fijrst cargoes of g?ain  by the Hudson Bay route. 1!     Y yY.  The message   followed   a   meeting  here of the On-.bo-:the-Bay Association.  executive,      which    "discussed ."y'Tfr^  Manion"s :���������, announcement    that     the  Dominion Government    will not    accept  responsibility   for  making  trial  shipmentsYthis>:, fali from   Ghiirchill*  The executive Interpreted the Ottawa  minister's statement-_as meaning ^afelerpwn^-so^^jsections of the^jgisov  Hon.. Howard M;c<3pnjoeii . Says   Hun- j  ;>Y-.dre^^Thoi_^_jd^ .  dents ;o������=J-^  ������������������.be fiea fay.y^e'^^vtapii^'^^JPederai .  "X^irer-^^  " tier ;A-^^ '  G0<|:'^_^^  I^;;..;fJi^drtoUttr:' a.reas : to ^pots-wherO .the ; a"eed  ;tg V&Wv- ^i^nti|ul^^reti 'S^fe^cl^ewan  'l.������|:--^$|jon?|^  #iro#it*i^ ;^__J_lsterYO*T  rntinifc'pa-Y^j^^ Mon- j  treal ���������-������0"consult ;-wIflv>offic:er8-' of the *  with   the Animciat   situation  of  the |  ���������^e^mi-n\.^p^i^y-'iy'}^(._-..frr:\ ���������������������������\l;: Y-~' YY  ������C������ut\������^:^e.^^^<j:w^lrfps-iiin..-Sas- .  ' katci������ewi^  and Provincial relief during the coming -winter, according to Mr. McCon-  nell.    ���������'������������������ -"   '"���������;:"--  Reviews Present*  Government Activities  Premier   Anderson   Says   Next   Saskatchewan  Ejection  Will  Not  -     Be Held Until 1984  iorKxozi,  -'The  next  "rovis-  PUBLIC HEARIN'  N SEAUHARNOIS  PROBE IS ENDED  C������4-\n___l^_������*  mj t.au* -_ jr f  Government    feared *^fflcie3it^jgrain  for the".test-shipments wouldYhot be  ���������V^C������& &<E_ IW__ ��������� 1  elect of  the  famous Dalhousie  Unl-  y; "The drouth has been-so ....bad/.., he. Vf rsitjMn l^va~Scotia., ���������., . .... Y  .st-iii,   "thai   even   potatoes   have:  __������t   ���������^ ���������" _Y"~ .~Y ~ ' "-  cial election in Saskatchewan will not  be held until 1934. This was one of  the announcements made both, by  Premier Dr; J.- T. M. Anderson and  Hon. A. C. .-Stewart, '.Minister off  Highways, when addressing 5,000 people here.  Mr. Stewart reviewed some of the  activities of the government, and the  premier outlined the policy of the  government with respect to future  activities. He stressed the problem  of relief, citing tjbat everything ~that-  Is hur__������__!y possible ^/as being done  to meet the situation,.-which: he admitted is a serious one. -fei  Premier  Anderson referred  to  the  loyalty of the members of the gov-  d;NotIng your statement "that you  had been unable to secure .wheat" tor  -the purpose of the test,? rGen^Ptfter-j^i?^  son's message read, --T, .personally,  succeeded ih .bavins 150,000 liushels.  at present stored in Saskatoon, aennr  itely earmarked to go through  Churchill this fali^ provided that cargo _space is^aya^a-jlejv.and^^^.^ould'  seem that a little effort on your part  Would result in your being abjjp - to  obtain a    great  '���������> many    times'"': this  inee.   *That,.ift.rWhy we will havfi to  Ottawa; Ont^���������vClimaxing the final  public-hearing - of the Beauharno's  committee, R.. O. Sweezey, head of  the colossal power scheme, assumed  full responsibility for every dollar of  campaign funds With which the Beau-  haraois name has been . connected.  The contributions were on his responsibility and he, personally, assumed  the whole liability. The sums paid  out by the Beauharnois Company,  'sajc^Mr. Sweezey, represented loans  to^ m*n.srand already had been repaid  ���������in paurt.;"���������''���������"',  f-Parliamentary   circles were    agog  with   conflicting   rumors' relating   to  the report of the committee.    A con-  grnment,-and also.all. th������.^upportersJfe|Feilce_-w^a3 be-^beM -with, the govern-  mrom   Halifax   xo  the legislature, citing some of the  ^radticismst^-leveiledv^s.t him., and his  government^ and then explained what  efforts had been -hade to meet ike  situation in the past and what the  government intended to do in the fu-  feed so many, people through the win-     Y ; - .���������"  ter.   : It is Without ai doubt the most -Non-Stop   rilght  severe  rainless   spell   that   the   west- Y������^������o������ver Is A������gas  has .had  since^; the  beginning  of  the^    'tocouver.BXi^ftfiist non-stop ture.  ������������������""���������-** Qight from Halifax to Vancouver will.     Among the matters the premier dis-  take place during the Canada Pacific cussed were, carrying out of pre-  exhibltiqn. from August 22. to 29 here, election promises, the reorganization  it  is, announced by J.  K. Matheson, pf  the   education   department  to  in-  tually we have not 3i8_3 a good rain in  Sight.  'People here iri the "east,"'" he continued, "are inclined'*'io i.eproach us  sometimes,   because 'we- are   now  in  distress. ^But you must remember general manager of the Vancouver Ex- elude lessons for rural pupils in the  that we how have had three'1 years" of hibition Association, who has been in higher grades over the radio; restora-  bad'crops  and very low  prices!   Ac- ��������� communication with  sponsors of the tion of natural resources,     "-*     "-"  and    the  ment of Quebec, it was stated; arising out^ef*- the _acfe? that  tltat .company secure its pow������r^ righfcs-������n_ough ''���������  a charter granted by the legislature  of that province.  TT������_������..   4-X_-_-������_^������+.    *..������._������   <V____.t->a   ���������____ Jjlffr. WPfQ  jtl.\0*.     ^..^i.. jgr.^ffj^    ^..-*.-������w ������.*.������������__ '������������������ _.���������^ ��������� ��������� ii it. j^.  of the committee have stolen the  spotlight from the House of Commons. The evidence has been prolific  With features, not-the least of which  was that campaign funds, totalling  in excess of $950,000, nad been distributed by Mr.. Sweezey among the  Liberal and Conservative Federal and  consequent emoluments  to  the  prov- provincial Parties.  Saskatchewan since July, 1929."    : "L   !     The   flight was  originally  planned ince; land, settlement policy and loans  But the^present "condit'^6n in   Sas-   t������Htake place during the airport cele- to heip settlers; provincial parks, sy s-  katchewan is  only    temporary,     ac-  brations,  but now it  is likely to  be tem; encouragement    of    prospectors.  cording    to    Mr.    McConnell.       ������jo>w"tied up with the. eKhibition.  J. Wil-  to develop the north country mining  '"With reference to cargo space we  have already put in touch with your  department a Norwegian firm of sMp-  piag brokers,   Joachim Gredg & Jo-     rices wm rise once  more~an^  Sa3_ who  is   at present   in Canada,   it   is  and for urban centres; the calling of  most anxious to sena  *      '_."���������������������������  crop yields ih wheat producing coun- Hams, agent for the .flyer in Montreal, territory; the public debt; financial  tries, smaller acreages seeded, will has forwarded details for oonsidera- arrangements with the banks for the  soon absorb the wlieat surplus,' then tion by;.a well-known French.war ace,  wheat pool;   relief in  the dry areas,  Bergen, who are  ships to Churchill this year.  ���������Tf there are no government ships  or Canadian lines who are anxious  to have the honour of being the first  to earry wheat from this port, I  would suggest that these people be  communicated with and advised  that it will cost thenL no more^tak-  katchewan will be well off.  Building Road In North  stated. ���������������������������-;.  . | an economic conference- this fall for  . Proposal also has been made from debt settlement between debtors and  the - same   source   that  a   roun������S-the- creditors;-and the 21 demands of the  world flight in an attempt to break TJnited Farmers of Canada, Saskatch-  the Gatty-P.pst record be made, start- ewan section.  Will Open TJp Route From Flin Flon   ing .from Vancouver  on the opening,  To  Hudson Bay Junction < date   of   1932   exhibition,   and   being;  Y Regina, ���������Sask.-^ConstruCUon oit the. completed: here .before the close, sev-1  j new 'government road; from Turnberry  en days later. "This matter will-also  Must Pay Taxes  Ing    into    consideration   marine    in-, fco ^^ ������ay Jim<jt.-onj ot)ening up be considered by directors,  dock _ and  .harbor   charges, r v: ^.     frnm ������orf,Au. i  .   suxance,  than it  ������������u^ , -v^^^y*   .w������_b,������. ; the route from Flin Flon, Manitoba,!  would  do to take-Efee,same   .    ^^^^^^^ ^  ���������-^ ���������s_��������� j  cargo from Montrc^aI, whrch, I understand, is your latest proposal, and I  think you  wiil  have  no difficulty Jn.  adjusting the situation.  .. "Representatives of    a    Vancouver  shipping  firm   called jthis. week   and.  are now on their way to Ottawa to  interview you -with reference to  inward cargo rates;    Possibly you can  . make this  fit in such  a way ,,as_.;-bo.  greatly  facilitate  tlie  object .we, are  trying to attain."   .  w'"'���������;���������'���������'  Accepting the challenge of the  Federal GoVerrime_-t, Saskatchewan  Will supply, th&.^e.iitti^e.'':rshlR?ieut p__|  '.50^000 hiis-iels V of - wheat for .the first.  official test of the new Hudson. Ba:y  router The senior wheat j>iroduclng  province of: the ^Dominion has the  g:raln and places the re-.ponsiblUty of  providing the boats on the Federal  Government.  ��������� "��������� These' arraiagemehts;, have .been  completed by Hon^ J. A.^Merkley,  Minister of Railways, Labor and industries, who said that he had re^  celved positive assurance of the  amount of grain needed for the test  shipment.  ss proce^ung,-ni -gcsjsL shape,, accord  ing to- Hoh_ j: A,- Merkley, Minister  of Railways, Labor and Industry, who  said that, it is' expected the earth  grading will fca completed by the eoirE-  ing fali.  At Turnberry the Manitoba department meets the Saskatchewan road  and proceeds nortth to The Pas and  Flin Flon.  i Tax Collectors In Germany WiH Play  No Favourites _  ^ r.       .Berlin,   Germany.-���������Gerxwahy's -' tax  [PPISinmi__lTl_0r Maiie J collectors  are  working  on "orders  to  ~        -'  - get what  is  coming-to   the 'govern-  Post  Of  Assistant  Commissioner. .Of  ment and pay no attention to the ex-  ������-.G.M.P_   -Btiii   vacant cuses of taxpayers in ari'eais. A de-  Ottawa, Oat.���������Contrary to a recent cree established lieavy penalties for  report that Col. "James W. Spalding, "citizens who have made faulty declar-  of Regina, had been appointed senior  ations.  Without waiting for the-outcome of  the conference of nations at London,  The cost  of the BeaaahasraoiB project   to   date   has   been   $29,768,816,  stated A. F. King, committee auditor.  In an exhaustive analysis of the balance sheet of the company, Mr. King-  said it would be fair to assume that  slightly   over   $7,000,000   represented  "water."      When questioned later on  this point by G. H. Montgomery, K.C.,  chief Beauharnois counsel,  Mr. King  admitted he had not taken into consideration  any value  that  might be  attached to the . compttny'S;   '.charfer,..  from. Quebec   or the approval, of |fc-  plsins by th������ Dominion.  j     "When      referring   .to      campaign  funds   contributiojis,     Mr.   YSweezey  said    there    had    heen    "tacit    approval"   by   the   hoarfE   of   directors  to   their- payment.        He   explained  the money had  been paid by Beauharnois to a company owned entirely  j by him.    He was responsible for the  [ repayment of the sums,  and already  had paid back a considerable proportion.  assistant .commissioner of the Royal  Canadian Mounted >��������� Police,;  Commis-  Ali this construe tion is being uh---sl������her Cortiandt Starnes states. Supt.  de_t_k_h by reliefiwroritY        Y    y; - uSpaldingwill remain in the. west.  ,  ��������� ^.''..Y'j-'-y" ������������������;-     ���������������������������',  ���������   -   ������������������,. ^ No  appointment to   the. post here  Mafeklng Railway Cut-Off , haa been made, - although the  retire-  Ottawa, dnt:_Althuugh    a   report "f?' to penfion ������* Lieut.-Col. G. W.  ri^^een,re^i^dcfetHe *^  Mafeking railway cut-off in ManttOba,, er' ���������   anuuouPced-      "  , ' .  the, I>epartme'nt    oif    Railways    and, ���������������.'",���������     ; w   v _.,..__  Canalshas not completed a study of! Induced To Lowest I_lmit  it. .-"*This :Informa-tlon"was   given   in'     Paris, (France.���������French armaments  the House of Commons by Hon. R. J.  have been reduced %o the Ipwest poa  Manion, the minister, to A^ X_. Beau-  Elugland  issuing almost $250,000,000 in silver  money under the recently-decreed  change In the currency law.  sible point  the  government declared  - ��������� Prevention! Of ���������Crime ������������������ -/  Rochester, N.Y.���������The crime experts  of the International Association of  Identification, gathered here, had  ringing in their ears the advice of  Police Commissioner Edward P. Mul-  rooney, of New York City, that the  bien,  Liberal, Provencher.  in a memorandum   on   disarmament police should pay more attention to  Private Depositor  Draw Regular Interest  Only   Current.   Commercial   Accounts  Affected By Decrease  Ottawa/   Ont^Private    depositors  ,'will'.not, be' ��������� affeotcci'-'' by"'the ^reduction  ���������'iiit" one-half, per cent, in the interest  rate on, current ocqounta as announced by Canadian bnhks,  according to  local banking officials.   The reduction  ' from ' two per, cent. ���������' to . 1 Vsj<, ,per ^.cent  .fifoe's into, effect ,; August ������������������ &'.''��������� and,. _is  ������itiictly   on   currcait   commercial'^'accounts.    Private ':,clBpoiittorB'*^|H;'continue to'draw three peroent.'Yn'terest  sis usual, jt was"Sillcl. .''..,'     ''"������������������ '���������'  ',."������������������  >     Broadcast Fronn. Great Height  " Frledrichshafcn, Germany. ^��������� The  first radio ^broadcast from the. stratosphere was, heard last week when a  diminutive balloon, with automatic  registration ��������� Instruments and vest  pocket radio sending apparatus attached, told members of the Graf  Zeppehh crew it had reached an  altitude of 50,000 feet.  issued in answer to the request of. the preventing crime among the youth of  'League of Nations Council for infor-  the land,  mation preliminary to the 1932 world  disarmament conference at Geneva;  Shipping traffic at the port .,,, of  Havre, France, haa nearly doubled in  tho last ten years.  There are    about    16,000    licensed  airplane pilots In the United States.  Declare Moratorium  Topeka, Kans.-���������Many,Kansas counties have declared a moratorium on  taxes in an effort to assist farmers  of the country's chief wheat-producing state who are offered the lowest  prices in history in a year which  brought their largest crop.  famous Women shots Attend bisley meet  Premiers Confer At Winnipeg  Discuss    Plans    For    Believing    the  Western  Wheat Crisis  Winnipeg, Man.���������Prairie gove>ra-  ment representatives were in conference here discussing moves that will  aid in relieving the west's wheat  crisis. Premier J. E. Brownlee, of  Alberta, was present and joined  Premier John Bracken, of Manitoba,  and Hon. Jas. F. Bryant, K.C., Saskatchewan Minister of Public Works,  in conferring with wheat pool heads  regarding handling and financing of  this year's crop.  Establishment of an lnterprovln-  cial trading corporation and reorganization of the wheat pools,  permitting marketing of the 1931  crop according to a formula laid  down by Premier R. B. Bennett, was  said to have held the attention of  the conferees. It waa learned a great  deal of work was accomplished towards launching the organization.  j-; .'���������.'.' Incri-4sKV" 1i������ ���������Wiir.jij.fc ��������� nils I rieiaR ���������,..:: ,  lief''that. ;tpurlst-sT,��������� ait1'* 'hot -,tou.ring', in  tjhe^,e days;, of,' itfyj'b t:' moiw^ juvsj;bpcn  discredited';ao,'"far aB'^OttQwa'lij.^c^n-  cerned, ��������� . -dlvlc':; ififeMr^s;','' .;1ust{;;:. relc^'fled  nhow l,������as /person^';hftve' ro^l&t'ored  at the- Landadownc Pairlc tourist camp  far thi__ summer, an  Increase of  no  ftO per cent, over the name period last  yemr. ������������������ '���������'-f ��������� '���������'��������� '"'  mam **mm.mm*k**m**nmm*mmmmm**mm miwBtomimmmmwmmwm*mmmmmmmmmmm\n* ������'Mi \*������m m'*''^m'*,'immm0  Pledge Support T������ Soviets  n<y-olutIon   Adopted   ������y   Ukrainian  Farmers In Session At Winnipeg  Winnipeg, Man.���������Final Bossion of  the Ukrainian Labor-Farmer Temple  Association hero was taken up with  thc adoption of resolutions covering  varied subjects.  The. convention voted support for  a   campaign.-to   prevent   deportation  of, workers and 4 'vagrancy" proceedings against unemployfd moni^^l^Kr ,  ������d support of the Russian Soviet and.  urjBfed the organization of workftrs ahek^  farmers into; assoclatlona  to jflefend 'T,  their political and economic interests.  This picture shows two women competitors taking part In tlie Bisley Shooting Meet ln England,, and proven  conclusively that a rifle���������Id moro dangerous ln some women's hand than Is a rolling pin.   The fair competitors are  Miss E, Babcock (left) and MIhb M. Forstor (right), the latter being the winner of last year's King's Prlase. To  win this moist coveted trophy In tho rifle world, Miss Forster had to shoot her way to victory over 1,000 expert.**  from all parts of the British Empire. i  Crop Outlook Nmprovecl  Washington.���������Tho United States  Commerce Department reports ixnhn-  proved crop outlook in western Canada, good crop conditions In Australia with a good wool crop In view  and a slight improvement in economic condltloac- to th& Kft-ff Wsat. <z������  THE  CRESTON  BETIEW  F_4_  _*n_rfe_Qic  VOICE  I'll A  ma***** ���������>  Messages of feeling are best  conveyed over the long-distance telephone. Love, sympathy or congratulations carry  a'deeper ring of sincerity when  they are spoken direct.  The long-distance telephone is  ready to carry your voice to  points near, distant or remote.  V__i_  J_ vu  _uu    uvn  _)������������._._. 4-  all-Canadian lines to persons in  British Columbia, Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, Alberta. You  get your party without fuss or  bother���������often while you hold  the receiver.  Ask   the   long-distance   rate  clerk for information and rates.  Misses Alice and Opal LaBelle returned on Saturday from a holiday visit  with their sister, Mrs. Harry Hewat, at  Kimberley.  FOR SALE���������3 year old Jersey heifer,  fresh; 3 year old Ayrshire heifer, fresh;  Ayrshire bull, one year old,   registered.  A. Comfort, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Reed of Red Deer,  Alberta, arrived on Saturday on a visit  with their son, Art, of the plumbing  firm of Steenstrup & Reed.  COCKERELS FOR SALE���������White  Leghorn cockerels, will average two  pounds live, 25 cents each. J. C.  Martin (Alice Siding), Creston.  At the annual school meeting earlier  in the month everything passed off quite  harmoniously and the trustees for this  year are G. A. Hunt. Elmer Blair end S.  Abar, with A. G. Strudwieke chosen  auditor.  ��������� Harry Redmile was guide for a distinguished party who tried out the fishing up Goat River on Sunday. As his  guests he had K. L, Robinson of Nelson  and R. J. Forbes. Dr. McKenzie and E.  Whitfield of Creston. Mr. Robinson is  reported to have made the trip from  Nelson to Kuskanook by canoe.  *JAS* g&mrtqn  A I If."*" I <*_ ai _=��������� jbt������  m-f^ -m^ * * ^_������ ������-_-<__���������__ resales conducted in any part      '  of the District.  PHONE 55F. CRESTON  H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  fastings solicited.  CRESTON,    B.C.  NEW   FOR������  COUPE  J    Kitchener is having the busiest auto  WARNING TO  DOG OWNERS���������If7 tourist     season     in     its   history    and  you value your   dog  Any dog caught worryi:  be shot.   H. N. Smith,  Rev.  keep   him   home.  'ns my sheep will  Creston.  HUVIWiiUJ  Tolonhnsifi  fin  II U.Wp!i������_ilU       %f*ll  LIMITED  L-DcaJ and Personal  SHEEP FOR  SALE-  going at   $6 per   head.  Creston, B.C.  -Breeding ewes  F.   K.   Smith,  R. E. and Mrs. Cribb and  returned on Saturday from a  months' holiday with friends in New  Westminister and other coast points.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Fox of Vancouver are  spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs,  F. W. Ash on their return from  Brandon, Man., to their   home   at  the  _sr_f_p"__#__t_F*  Word   has  just   come  that  all   four  pupils from Sirdar school who wrote   on  the Grade S promotion   examinations a*  Wynndel at the end of June,, were  successful. In this connection congratulations are due Margaret Rogers,  Frances Talerico, Charlie Bleumenaur  and Will Rohaes.  Misses Helen Vance and Eileen Heap  and Buck Lambert and Norman  Lauritz of Nelson; were Sunday visitors  with Mr. and Mrs. Heao.  HAY FOR SALE���������Second crop  alfalfa, $15 ton in field at Canyon. F.  Putnam, Erickson.  Tbe supper for t e hospital dance on  August 24th will be in charge of the  Women's Institute.  Mrs.   Hurlburt   of  Moosejaw, Sask.,  arrived this week on   a   visit   with   her  mother, Mrs. Fransen.  Creston share of the province's motor  license fees for 1S31 is $505, whtch is one  dollar more than in 1330.  Mrs.    D.    W.   Dow   of   Cranbrook  arrived at the end of the week on a visit  witn Mr. &uu _k_xs _. tt . Dow.  Mr. Crosby, Mrs.  Margaret Rogers were  on Sund5_v.  Gilli   and   Miss  Porthill   visitors  practically every night the cabins- at C,  Senesael and Blair camps are filled,  while the hotel is getting its full share of  the trade. Many Americans are  amongst the visitors.  The pole hole diggers and pole men.  along with the linemen who are putting  in the new iine for the B.C. Telephone  Company, working west from Cranbrook. arrived at Meadow Creek at the  first off the week, where they have  established camp.  Mr. Perkins, who arrived early in the  year from Oregon, and has taken a  lease on the, Paulson meadows east of  Kitchener is meeting with great success  with his grain crops on this area. He  has planted out wheat, oats and other  varieties with a view to finding out what  the soil is best adapted to and finds that  all kinds of grain are doing well. Auto-  ists, particularly from the prairie, all  stop to take a good look at the big grain  field.  Mr. and Mrs. Dennes, Mrs Rogers  and Mrs. Heap were Saturday visitors at  Bonners Ferry,  MSfehener  Miss Dolly Moody of New Westminister is a Creston visitor at present,  -a guest of her sister, Mrs. Cribb.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������Greenhouse,  100 feet long, and shack. Apply J. W.  Bell (F. V. Staples ranch), Erickson.  J. G. Farris, plant suprintendent for  Creston Power & Light Company, was a  business visitor at Spokane at the end of  the week.  PIGS FOR SALE���������Yorkshire pigs,  choice stock, 7 weeks old, ready July  22nd, $11 pair. J. C. Martin (Alice  Siding), Creston.  E. Driffil, who is in charge of C.P.R.  tie inspection work in the East Kootenay section, was here from Cranbrook  over the weekend.  A. LePage, who is working at Boswell,  was also a weekend visitor With Mts.  L3Page;ahd family at JKitchener.i Y  Gordon McPhail, who has had charge  of Kitchener srhooT for the past year,  has resigned and the trustees are on the  lookout for a successor, with a preference  for one with experience.  Page & Hill Pole Company have been  loading out poles here fairly steadily the  past few weeks. About a dozen cars  moved during the month.  Word from Cranbrook hospital is. to  the effect that Jas. McGovern is holding  his own fairly well, but does not show  the improvement his many friends here  are hoping for.  Bonners Ferry farmers are paying combine operators $5 a dajr  and board this year. Casual  labor is paid at $1.50 and board.  There is a great demand for  discarded auto tires at Grand  Forks. This hot weather beginners at swimming find them very  helpful.  The company and Crowe's  retail stores at Kimberley last  week took delivery of a carload  of the well known Heinz  products. ���������  *__* Wm _Q-  feJL&V  1  CmlS. AT tCA  CI  \Jmm  a fine watch  Evidence of the ������js_s!ity _2t___������  into the new Ford la the xtse of  snore than twenty ball and roller  _be&?-__ga_    In   addition   to  ���������55SS30S__���������S.    vpCSSStiuS)   tuc/ -EinVO  gasoline, give more speed and  power in first and second speeds,  decrease noise and increase the  durability and efficiency of the  cjnu_s-__iss_oiB gears*     -  mfsvsn She engine So the _ts������������L  the entire drive of the new Ford  oa all forward speeds is wholly  on anti-friction oali and roile.  Come in and let us explain  Hearings*  in and let ns expi  the many other structural and  mechanical features that make  the new Ford a value far above,  the price yon pay.  ____E__3_a______  PREMIER GARAGE  CRESTON  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  "    7.30 p.th.���������Eveiling Service Y  10.00 a.m.���������Sunday School.  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome.    Unchurched  specially invited.  C- C- FRENCH  __t/cr_d_v_c__r/_  C/?������STO/V        -..      B.C.  Sales conducted in any part of Valley.  Arrangements for sales can be made  with Chas. Murrell.  rit  Don't take this chance  WHEN a Safety Deposit Box costs less  than your daily newspaper, why gamble  with fire, theft, or carelessness. Place your  valuables in a Safety Deposit Box within our  vault.  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HEM*  OFFICE - TORONTO  CRESTON        .       -       - J. S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches at Nelson, Invermare, Cranbrook, Fernfo  ._. /_._ __._>��������� .___ .__.- __-__. __...__.__.__:__.__.__���������__-__ .__.__-���������___.   __.A. __.__.___A-__-_-.-a__L___.__.. A ���������__-__-__.__.  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &l������ Veal  " Phone your order and receive our best service.  TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLEN DALE  CREAMERY BUTTER  &RESH nnd CURED FISH������������������_r.^^.^';^  RiMns' InEAL PniiLTRY FOOD  4  I  4  4  "4  ������  4  4-  URNS& COMPANY, Ltd. j  ���������*  *  ir  ���������yr  ���������m*  "T  "V  "������7"  "V  "mr  w  ���������w  V  *  w  s  POUND  DISTRICT ACT  Your  many, dis-     |  631  Pocket  used as   a   bank  has  advantages*  Money carried in il. is easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  or stolen*  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  will accumulate rapidly.  Small or Larue accounts are welcome..  THE CANADIAN BANK  OT-_H_f^^lv^l__I^__I^��������� OT?  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Cl������,M-i.._.  I._'.(HC__  El. J. J_>rbe#, Man-ages.  Whereas notice has been duly given  of the intention to constitute the following district as a pound district, under the  provisions of Section 3 o! the''Pound  District Act/' namely: all that certain  parcel or i ract of land situated at Erickson, in the Creston Electoral District,  which may be more particularly described as followa:-  Commencing at the N.W. corner of  Block 17, Lot 891, Plan 698, Kootenay  District; thence southerly to the  intersection of the west boundary of  Block 14, Lot 891, Plan 698, and the  northerly boundary of the Canadian  Pacific Right of Way; thence southeasterly, easterly and north-easterly  following the northerly boundary of  the snid right of way to the east  boundary of Block 24. Lot 812, Plan  780-A; thence northerly to the N.E.  cornor of said Block 24; thence easterly to the S.E. corner of Block 28,  Lot 812; Plan 730-A; thence northerly to the N.E. cornor of Block 8, Lot  6321, Plan 943; thence westerly to the  N.W. corner of Block 18, Lot 6&21,  Plan 943.? thence southerly to tho  N.E. corner of Block 16, Lot 812, Plan  780-A; thence westerly to tho N.W.  corner of Block 1, Lot 812, Plan  780-A;    thonco northerly to the N.E.  CU-l ������nu������   O.L _jiul1-  u*,  juub ������*'_-i ���������_. k_n������   UH-Op  thonco westerly to point of commencement.  And whereas objection to tho constitution of such proponed pound district  haa been received from oloven proprietors  of land within auch proposed district:  Therefore notice is hereby given that  tho majority of tho proprietors of land  within the above-mentioned; dintrict  must, within thirty days from tho posting and pubHshlnB of thin notice, forward  to the   Minister  of  Agriculture tholr  Eotltion in tho form roqulrod by, Section  of tho Pound District Act, or other*  wine such pound district will not ' bo-  con stl luted.  Wm. ATKINSON  Miniftter of Agriculture.  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C.  July 6th, 1981.  Light or Mem\wy  HAULAGE  Whatevei    it   may  be,   we  are  equipped to  take care  of your  needs.  FLOUR,   MiLL FEEDS  By the Sack, Ton or Carload.  Prices are right.  i  ������  sin _%ADrjiTll  BWe \mp ^AmW m m Hasst tr^m.   m    Mm  i  I  I  Sole agent for GALT COAL.  TRAIL, British Columbia  ������ OF .Ammonium Phosphate  EL^^NT Sulphate of Ammonia  CmmmmLTiZmmm* ���������PU Sa^r^o^at,  Sold hy NATIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  PRODUCERS & KEFINERS     ,  of  _** il  r_ A   m.T A JT*  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  n yuM .MMriiiyi"iyi"yr'1y  ���������  ������  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH  *lligMf^fmfmmmuf4amm}fm^mmmimM  iw immf .r������|fvwtm0~ijim���������. \ym\f  J fM "b?'; ������������������������*'���������������������** ������_s_)_rvB_-   ���������xs-ssxrwvs'  .A.S3.S4..   1vJb5_____j������__ VX5      jtlij ������ I__i ������.  ���������-Mis  /     Oi'.-.r;-*-..  ;:���������*���������;  #cria/ Xoze>  _  ��������� . Summer  EAST  -  WESTS- NORTH  -  SOUTH  EFFECT  _?l.aceb, to go ���������- things to see ^- .. ay_  to travel on a summer vacation are  offered in. great variety j .  Mountain Resorts  Pacific Coast  Vancouver Island  Alaska  Eastern Canada  Great  5  J!S'������KS ���������  FORSALE OR EXCHANGE  heifer, 16 months old, Just bred.   Also  small ranch   horse.   Will exchange for  milch eow.   G. Nickel, Creston.  f  '  Y���������. ���������'��������� ������������������"������������������_-JflC  United States  Overseas Tours  Canadian Pacific Trove? Experts taii! arrange everything, er t&rfte  G. D. BROPHY, District Passenger Agent  Canadian Pacific Railway,   Calgary, Alta.  LOW WEEK-END FARES between all points in Canada.  Literature is tree and contains details.  .   .   of splendid Low Cost Holidays  Ross Carr and his- staff of painters  were here from Cranbrook for a few days  at the week decorating the exterior of  the telephone" building, which presents  a much improved appearance in its coat  of bTown and white trimmings.  The school board is calling for tenders  for painting the new room that is being  opened up for public school purposes ij������  central school basement, ahd also fox  putting in a drain to the new labratory.  Bids are to be in by Friday next.  Mr. and Mrs Ostenberge and Mrs. A,  Davis of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, were  visitors here at the Weekend,   guests  of  ������'__���������_-. : -���������������������������*__"���������'?���������   XT        Ttmnmn        13__t-1_  i.TJ__e-. ..-.       a^..       _r������<WVT_.. -...m-m.  U-������li_low  at the home of her mother in that town  Rev. C- A-' Shortt, warden of the  Anglican Theological College at Van  couver, will have charge of the services  at Christ Church pn Sunday. There  will be Holy Communion at 8 a.m., and  evening service at 7.30. The visitor  will preach at lister at 11 a.m.  Files ari1  s  for Home and Camp  8 os.s 5Gc.  32 O3im0 $1.25  uir.   a.  dim  Davis retugTied with them for  FLYKIL  16 oz.9' 75c*  KATAL STICKS SPECIAL  5c. Bundle. 50c. Box  mt   _  &4  PYRETHRUM POWDER  TSc^lhm  'MX  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE ���������.������  The i crest ur������  Creston  Local and Personal  Mr. and Sirs. R. A. Comfort and son,  Allan, left on Friday on a two weeks'  vacation, -which they will   spend  the  Banff- Windermere  Mrs. M R. Joyce, and the former's  mother, who is spending the summer  with the Joyce's.     ���������  wa._irvl,  wedding  ������ "Uo������  of   interest   to  a\ %_ *r% s%%vr\ r������4_������������.  ��������� _*���������������*���������%#*_���������*_*.-w������.* .  motor trip over  highway. Y  C. F. Armstrong was a Sunday visitor  at Cranbrook. Mrs. Armstrong is a  hospital patient and is making a very  satisfactory recovery from ah operation  for appendicitis.  Haymaking has started on the flat*-.  On Monday and Tuesday 133 permits  were" issued at Wynndel and Creston,  and it is expected there will be & dttnand  for a dozen more.  The first bend of the Goat River is a  favorite resort these sweltering July days,  both afternoon and evenings. 7S weie  counted in the water at~ one time on  .Sunday afternoon.  Mrs. H. Truscott' and Mr. and Mrs,  W. J. Truscott and children, along with  their heice, Wilfred Beaton of Paynton,  Sask., are away on a ten-day camping  trip at Sanca at present.  Misses Marion Learmonth, Eva  Holmes and Marguerite and Edith  Crawford are spending the week at  Kuskanook where they are occupying  t'ie Dr. Henderson cottage.  Mr and Mrs. H. A. Dodd and family,  with their neice,  Miss Ellen  Beaton  of  Paynton, Sask., left at the end  of the  ��������� week on a motor trip west, where  tbey  will visit at Olympia. Wash.  Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and family from  Alberta were visitors last week with Mr.  and Mrs- Wickstrom. About ffve years  j>go the Jensens' were residents here���������on  the former Kel Andrew ranch  Rev. Victor and Mrs. Howey of Milk  River, Alberta, spent a few dfe_ys here at  the first of the week, guests of  Mr. and  Am *%mA ili_i_l ���������!.>.,_Jl ii _ft_ * d__ A i A���������____.������!_!_!��������� A i������A*Ai<ii*lk><tii������ i  Creston   n������  Nelson by Mr and Mrs. J. D. Spiers of  their daughter, Miss Elsie, to Wm.  KmahaRg of Trail, . The marriage took  place on June 19th.  Kimberley Press: Frank Carlson and  Chas. Bernard accompanied the Kimberley ball team to Creston last Sunday.  .They say Creston is a hot town, or was  last Sunday with the thermometer standing at 101 in the shade.  THE  REXALL  STORE  ���������     GEO. H. KJBSi-I^y ' y  valley is quite normal for this time of  year. On Thursday morning there was  but ono crew putv This was at  Wynndel where about 40 men had a fire  in check The busiest day of the season  was oh Friday last when along with the  blaze on the Winlaw limit a fire broke  out on the little mountain back of the  Penson and Heric places and between  the two blazes close to 400 men were  employed that one day.  The school board had a special meeting on Monday night at which tenders  were considered for the fitting up of a  classroom in   central  school  basement.  There were four bids for the work    The  highest was $395 and the   lowest $285,  and the contract Was awarded   Hendren  Bros, at the latter'figure.   There  were  seven tenders for the wood  supply with  the highest at $4.50 per   cord   and   the  lowest $3.75.   The contract was split BOS',     between     Dan    O'Neil     and     A.  Krygsveld, at the lower figure.  ^^SB&S^^-lS^^g^S^glFSS^^  i __V ��������� A ii A������Ai^iAAiA - _fc  . A.     ^      * -A"A,A������Ai.l-������ fr'______.���������<__"_-it, __"ifthi  ___���������_*- -���������*!___*. I iA -*n-^-*---*---^-- A.^A     ,-k-A ______-_____���������  j_r m JBr  S       Sim    VmmmW  WHEN YOU HAVE AHYTHlWe TO MOVE PHONE 13  ���������~~������������������������-���������������������������������~������������������������������������~i������������������������������������~_______________________���������������������������^~���������������������������7��������� . .   ......"  Haul anything, any where, any time -  ft OCLI-Vuwmi-K*  ni������i_������*Ji  1  A  r*  A   __lT_T_  Twenty-Four Hour Service if called for.  ..  wqqb - JEWELL  g^o a trcr  VJ_ __r_ v x_i-c_f  A^m^NmimW^mjmf  11  '   '-- u"r;ti,,JB]"/'-f  1 -  "!  ' ��������� 'K if-' ���������  ',3'.  S-i.  ������  J.  '\\.' ^3^1  ^v:P#bo-OCT-5-YD  m^mm  *  ���������  ������  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  GOTO  GRESTON  MOTORS  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round,  SERVICE as you wan If  it, when you want it, nt  priced that are fsdr to all.  NEW  CHEVROLET  Models now on  'display.  .  Jnere's  no paint bargain  :    good qu  ^__3v  m\%tm*f  Greston Motors  ������������������  You need  fewer gallons  Om> '  tJ      *TI     ST  Up paint your house  Fine old SWP House Paint has  such wonderful "body" that������nch  gallon, tltoroughly covera more  squarafect of wall.  That ia ono reason why BWP  Home Paint coats no more than  cheaper paint on your house. Tho  aavina on gallonoao docs it������������������  rcgardlesB ofthe price par gallon.  In addition you got the superior  Snaltty of SWTP���������the moreTbeau-  Cul, weatherproof colore���������tho  long service that spves 50% to  60% in repnintinfl cost. All ho-  oauflo fine old BwP Ib mado of  the ilnoat materials, hy tho largest paint nnd vamieli. makers in  the world.  Ctame in and letuD do u little  aunple nrithmctlo before you  squander money on clwtptsr paint.  And the time to paint is now. Your  house, your garage, your feaccs,  your shutters, screens, flower boxes  ���������-they all need the weather-rcBist-  ing protection of SWP.  Youcanbuy cheaper paint, of course,  but, remember, there's no paint  bargain like good quality. Wo know  SWP to be tho heat paint bargain  of all. That's why we recommend  it aa a leader on our Friday and  Saturday   Suggestions.  S-W Paint Prorfucf. ori������  Mold tha world ������nwt vmamr  thla famou*4 trad* mark.  Quality Groceries  at  Economy Prices  I.-"-  k   Canyon Si. at Barton Ave   \  Tomatoes, 3 for���������' ��������� ���������  Peas9 2 foi*-��������� ���������'   Soups, Aylmer, 2 for  Peaches, 2 ^ *������9 3 for -  Coffee, 3 lbs.   5p  ������������&U  .25  ������__-_������_&  1.00  1.00  - 1.00  4*  CRESTON MERCANTILE  UtIUIhi^Uf I  wH������  B^Ml____iB %-^-SraHNB 1 Iij__ift__i  %MMtf/y tiww MK_f m������*mig#  mpoam. palntmr.  ������w-������S_������__S_S  COMPANY,   LTD.  _UhUUII_l������l_MI_MHWl THE   REVIEW-   CRESTOK.   B.   <&  2SS3  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  AUGUST 2  PHELIP'S MISSIONARY LABORS  The mineral output in South Africa  in a recent mosith waa valued at  nearly $20,500,000.  There were 26 concentrated milk  plants in operation in Canada in 1930,  whose value of output totalled $13,-  604,743.  British Columbia lumber circles are  organi-sing to takes ''"immediate advantage of market extension possibilities thrown open by the new Canadian-Australian trade treaty.  A. neriaf-mp. rtftsioTipd to fit a. man's  hat, enabling him to see a bandit,  should one sneak up behind him, will-  be shown at the international patent  exposition  in Chicago,  A smalL bear, an owl, and 20 quails  formed part of the cargo of an air  freighter that arrived at Croydon,  England, from Paris, France.  An exceptionally fine copy of the  first edition of the works of Chaucer,  tbe poet, printed in 1532, was sold  for $11,250 at aa auction, sale recently. Despite kesn bidding from United  States dealers tbe prize was secured  by a London dealer.  The gold medal and diploma for  creamery butter, in the largest exhibit of its kind ever shown at the  Saskatoon Exhibition, went to Manitoba Co-Operative Dairies, Winnipeg,  with a score of 193.S.  in    Dairen,  Golden Text:,"They therefore that  were scattered abroad went about  preaching the word."���������Acts S.4.  Lesson: Acts 8.5-40.  I>evotional Reading: Matthew 13.  3b-9.  Sb-planat&cns and Conameats  Reading and - Explaining "God's  Word, verses 22-35.���������As we saw last  week the persecution of Christ's followers after the Martyrdom of  Stephen forced them to flee from  Jerusalem, ahd they went everywhere  ^ssre&Ciung  WV-U.  _-.fU.__  Two Japanese dailies  ������*���������*.   -_.*���������_._._.���������������....,_.,.     ���������_._.   -M_r.>..<.>_.  siepueu, -was One or tne seven __eaco__S  .who, early in the history of the  Church had been, selected to help in  the. work, went to Samaria, where be  was very_succes3ful in gaining converts to cnrist. In the midst of hia  Labors there he was suddenly directed  to leave that field and go southward  on the road that led from. Jerusalem  to Gaza. Our text says that an angel  of the Lord gave him his commission,  but this does not tell us who was the  chosen messenger. "A vision, a dream,  a human agent, some natural circumstances or instrument, all these are in  Holy Scripture or in contemporary  literature styled God's angels or  messengers. Men ss.W" th������2_ snore  deeply than we do. recognized the  hand of a Superintending Providence  where we behold only secondary  agents, and in their filial confidence  spoke of angels where we should only  recognize some natural power."  Philip obeyed the divine compulsion, and met a man of great authority, the treasurer off Candace, queen  of 2-thopians, who was returning from  Jerusalem ���������where he had been, to wor-  ������<���������<���������_������-__?_--*_������*������ ���������__���������__������_ -������__*���������    _-    prop^^-  Orier Of St. John Of Jerusalem  and IDairen Shimbun, have started to Basne, but, like "Pharaoh" in Egypt,  or "Caesar" in Rome, was the title of  Issue Sunday evening papers in addi  tion to their    regular    morning    and  evening- papers every day.  It ls not at present possible to tell  when a policy regarding a proposed  ��������� ^r*  r __������_������'    *.*���������%*%*  the ruler. Tradition gives this man of  Ett-opia the name of "Indlchf" and  "Irenaeus" and "Eusebius" ' make  him the founder of Christianity in  Arabia Felix, and Ethiopia. Since be  had been worshipping in the temple at  Peace River outlet will be enunciated, Jerusalem he was probably a prose-  Hon. R. J. Manion, Minister of Rail- lyte, a heathen converted to Judaism.  ways and Canals, said  in the House .J^P P������UiJ_  faW i*im **,. wa������ s^*1^  . 1, in his  chariot  and  reading  the pro  of Commons. j phet isaiah. "Ldke a man reading at  Miss Millie Orpen.-who was award-  daybreak and tilting his book at every  ed 525,000 in a suit against a movie fBgle to catch the beams of the ris-  ..   _. . . . .     . jmg sun, so this African adjusted his  theatre,    which    remained    open    on ^  to  every  ray of  truth  that  he  Sunday   in   violation   of   a   blue   law, 1 could intercept.  more than a century  old. renounced       ~~  the award and said she never had intended to collect it, but sued only as  a test case.   .   ,  A Strange   Craft  Dipper "Dredger Built  On Tyne Has  No Propelling M&������___nery  The strangest craft ever built on  the Tyne, a dipper dredger named the  Cyclops, left the river recently for the  Havre (France) port authorities. The  Cyclops has no propelling machinery,  but her remarkable plant enables her  to raise herself in the water by means  of four "legs," each TO feet long..  These "legs," -tohlch can be operated  rapidly, jab into the river or sea-bed.  Tlie dipper can tear into solid rock  and scoop up 10 tons of material at  a time.  Destroying: Arabic Alphabet  Determination is shown by the government of Turkey to stamp out the  Arabic alphabet. A special government commission made the rounds of  Turkish departments at Angora and  burned all books and papers ln the  taboo characters except a few historical  documents.  Tbe man -was reading aloud, as was  the way with Orientals. Jewish rabbis taught that what was read aloud  would be remembered, and tbey often  insisted   upon   this   practice.     Philip  _-_.-__       * _!._._,   r____^" .___*_l __������_'     4.1 _._._._.  icil    i__ij(JC_icti     lu    aj){/i uavu     uic    i_.julo.x-  iot.   .  "Tinders tandest thou what thou  readest?" at once Philip questioned.  "How can I, except' some one shall  guide me?" the treasurer returned,  and at once invited Philip to enter  bis chariot and sit witb him.  The passage which the treasurer  was reading was Isaiah 53.7, 8. "Of  whom speaketh the prophet thus?"  be asked.  And Philip opened his mouth ���������  this is a Hebrew expression indicating that the words uttered were not  spoken by chance but with-deliberate  purpose���������and beginning from this  scripture, preached unto him Jesus.  Doubtless he told the treasurer how  Jesus had fulfilled the prophecy, arid  how by His death He had provided a  way of salvation for all who accepted Him.  Accepting God's Word, verse's 36-40.  ���������"Faith within and water without  were ready," as Bengel says, and the  Ethiopian asked to be baptized when  they reached a pool. Philip gladly  baptized him, though a Gentile and  a Negro, and then was led by divine  prompting to leave him and go to  Azotus and then on to Caesarea.  Service Held In Westminster Abbey  To Commemorate Centenary Of  Revival Of Oorder  The Duke of Connaught, Grand  Prior of the Order, the Duke and  Duchess of -Toffe; and other ___������__.___���������__  of the Royal Family were present  at" a . service held in Wcstminsisr  Abbey to commemorate the revival  in Great Britain 100 years ago q������ the  work of the Order of the Hospital of  St. John of Jerusalem. The centenary  address, delivered by the Archbishop  of Canterbury, Prelate of the Order,  was broadcast throughout the world.  The congregation included members  of all grades of the Order, and the  numerous uniforms added colour to  an imposing scene. The band of the  Grenadier Guards played before the  service began. The men of the Am-  buliuace Divisions of the Order were  seated in th������ South Transept; the women of the.Nursing Divisions marched in procession to the same part of  the Abbey from the West Door, led  by the Duchess of York, their com-  mandaiit-in-chief, who then took her  place In the Sanctuary. There she  was joined some minutes later by the  Duke of York, in the uniform of the  Royal Air Force, Princess Louise,  Princess Beatrice, Prince and Princess  Arthur of Connaught, Princess Alice,  Countess of Atblone, Princess Helena  Victoria, and Princess Marie Louise.  At the conclusion of the service the  Grand Prior and Chapter Genera!,  who were saluted in the cloisters by  a guard of honour of the Westminster  School O.T.C., went to. the Great Hall  f\4*       WAafmlnufAt*       C_nl.n<_1 w_t!_J--_V*       K������J  '"������ * *   ���������*���������*++*+**. mmM^wtmmr^^ K. V/UW^| VrfcAlVU. _LJ_ C.VC  been lent to the Order for the occasion,  and there presided over the annual  General Assembly of the Order. The  Sub-Prior read messages of congratulation from the Commandery in South  Africa and the branches of the Order  in Australia and New Zealand, and an  address was presented to the Grand  Prior from the branch of the Order in  Canada. There was also _������ message  from the Commandery of the Order  in Sweden. The Sub-Prior then read  a message from Mr. Bennett, the  Prime Minister of Canada, announcing that,  in vieV of the good work  --������������������.���������.__     '    *-���������- .���������'-'-'' A.1U _.    '       _".-___>_.._. __������_.__ _".__._..._&._._  uuuc     uy      uuxs     vivcF,      uui<3     v*cu_auian  Government had decided to exempt _t  specially from the scope of the resolution of the Canadian House of  Commons, in conformity with which  the King has refrained from bestowing any titles or honours, upon hia  Canadian subject-.. In consequence of  this communication, his Majesty had  been pleased to invest several Canadians with the insignia of various  grades In the Order recently at Buckingham. Palace.���������London Times, England.  Recipes For This Week  . ���������_________������ ��������� -  (By Betty Barclayy  A VEB������ GOOD &'__'__. W  (Serves 8)  2 pounds sirloin steak,.  Hospital Opened Ai  Cheaterfield Inlet  wm  2 Ss.?^-8?. "Wfcfi******"  2 tablespoons fat.  i medium potatbes. ,  .. 4 large carrots,  i can peas,.  1 tablespoon lemon juice,  4 cups water.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Put the fat in large stew pan. Heat  until melted.    Add the on_on* fln������i������  ..        _ ____       "TV  chopped. Then put in the meat, cut  in small pieces. Simmer until a light  brown. Add the four cyps,', of "water  and let cook slowly until meat is tender���������about 1% hours. Dice Cjarrois  and potatoes. Add to the above and  cook 20 minutes longer. When ready  to serve add the peas and lemon juice  and heat. Thicken with a little flour  and -water.  Serve   Noam-die    Eskimo    and  ��������� ; Wrappers In ITss. North  Bishop Turquetll and four nurses,  m������T_t1___rs of the Grey Nuns Sisterhood, arrived at Churchiii, completing *  a long journey from Quebec by Canadian K&tlonal Railways. The party  ���������was .an route to Cheaierfleld-Inlet, 500  milss north of this Hudson Bay pott,  where the farthest ndrth bospital on  ���������the continent opened lest week. The  veteran Roman Catholic churchman,  known throughout the continent as  the "Bishop of the Arctic," left with  the nuns in his 25-foot tnotor boat on  the hazardous trip along the rocky  west coast of* Hudson Bay.  With the opening of the hospital  His* Lordship sees the realization of a  dream he has had for nearly two decades in the barren country of northern Canada The hospital will serve  the nomadib Eskimos and the dozens  of trappers that search for fur on the  *_*%*������frl- .air*.      ^ft^n.-*--,  __w_ &._w- *_      _.___ag^^.  .���������������������_.___-_-       1T_r_i,_  cational     courses    in     hygiene     are  planned for the younger generations  of Eskimos.   ':.-...  interesting War Relics  Regina Man   Has   Complete   Set   Of  German Plaques  Interesting,  if grim,  relics  of  the  passions  and hatreds stirred by the  |Vu^        te>m.mVA^m;mM^.m. mrmy^*m^m^Km  . '������t _n.V-l������k..'  m\jmm*mT+m.  C-B_fSYSANT_____������gUM SALAB  Serves 6)  8 small oranges.  Lettuce.    ���������   5 '���������"������������������  Apples..        .  *Cut  through  the  skin  of  oranges  three-quarters of the way down and  In very fine strips, being careful not  to break strips apart. Remove orange  pulp and cut in pieces. Place each j Great War> ^^ brought to light by  orange sklh in a bed of lettuce leaves ��������� J; H> ifails, of Regina, into whose  and fill center with orange pieces and' possession has come a complete set  of reproduciiOi-S ox the plaques sjixuCk  by the Government of Germany commemorating various outstanding  events Anri-ner the dark davs of 1814-  1918.  The plaques were distributed to the  citizenry and soldiery off Germany  with the object of bolstering morale  and stirring up hate, chiefly against  England. They depict, among other,  things, the sinking of the Lusitania,  Lord Northcliffe as a disseminator of  lies, the triumphant German' soldier  conquering a figure symbolic of the  Allies. All the plaques have considerable artistic merit.  with any desired dressing.  Ad.     Fcrrl ___������__!     Ai_l  Want Assistance,   In    Carrying    Out  Public "Works In Saskatoon  Federal assistance in carrying out  a public works programme in excess  of $2,000,000 will be asked by Saskatoon as an unemployment relief measure to meet requirements here for  the next twelve months, Mayor John  W. Hair has stated.    *  A payroll of $70,000 per month for  about a year would be assured if the  suggested request is acceded to by  the federal authorities. This would  be sufficient, the mayor believes, to  provide employment for all Jobless  married men in Saskatoon; No plans  are being made for single unemployed, the contention being expressed by  the mayor that their: problem -was a  purely federal matter.  World's Grain Exhibition  All the Canadian provinces will be  represented by provincial exhibits in  the new building of the World's Grain  Exhibition and Conference at Regina  ln 1932. These will total a space of  11,000 square feet.  . Without a Country.  --���������- "I am' a ^woman without'8C coun-"  try," declared a delegate at the Women's Co-Operative Guild Congress  at Cheltenham, England, in an appeal  to the government to allow a woman  to retain her nationality after marriage. She was married to a Swede,  who died three years ago. Through  long residence in England her husband had lost his own citizenship, and  by her marriage to him she now had  no nationality at all.  Some butterflies have a strong perfume.  nmimnnimni������wi!it_iiiit^  i  Canada's Wool Clip  Canada's total wool clip is about  21,000,000 pounds annually, while  Canadian mills use at least twice as  much as this every year and Canadian  consumption of manufactured woollens equals about four times the clip.  Mining   Equipment  Carried By  'Plane  Diamond Drilling Is Now Under Way  In Northlrind  New mining history is being written in thc northland. Diamond drilling operations are under way on the  shore of Hunter Bay, Great Bear  Lake, within ten miles of the Arctic  Circle. The property under examination, discovered by Dominion Explorers and Ventures, Ltd., Is said to  contain r massive body of copper sulphuric ore.  Moro than 27,000 pounds of drill  equipment and supplies woro flown  into Hunter Bay by two pilots and  work !s t*r|ococd!t!,v 24 hOM**?. .*. d"v  ���������because just now tho sun doesn't  act at all up there.  Make  Your Windows   Pay  <g^saa:^-.i������^jwtftfssi~-������.-Kt^������������ii- ,,���������������;- .Vw.������-^.^-.--.������~^,.^...i.._..._~.._������_^_^ _������������������,-,-' -_���������- ������������������nx^mafsrsi  Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and yon will fee repaid a  hundredfold in the health.'.of your Poultry and Live Steels  s  S3  ___  THE   ORIGINAL   ������LASS   SUBSTITUTE  PIADIQ     IN     BENaLAND     SINCE .1017     ON     ORIGINAL     PATENTS  _3  ������__  ������N_  S3  This unbreakable glass eubstltute is  light and flexible, easy to cut a_id\ fit,  will withstand extreme changes in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  "I hear you hnve a 'brother, doctor."  "Yen, and he i������ th������ exact opposite  off me in every way."  "'if-Tow ii-e<_. 1. nhould -Yiuch Hko to  mniid bin ncquntnf^inca!" ��������������� Dor  GUumitllcho f_achM������, Leipzig.  W.    N.    0.    1000  Fnat Service, London To China  Opening of the now 7,000-mIlca  combined alr-rall service through the  heart of Siberia in Juno haa brought  London, liingluntf, within eight days  \of Shanghai, China. By the fastest  miifaco transpprt tho journey occu-  plo������ J10 days. Already Uio now service In well patronized,  CUT DOWN  VOUIl LOSSES  BY INSTALLING  WINDOLITE  allows the full sunlight to enter, Including the health-giving Ultra-Violet  Rayo, which do not penetrate ordinary  glass.  TJsm  WINDOLITE  IN  v .'��������� '   ���������  imoonEit  HOUSES  LAVING .PENS  DAIKY BAIRNS  BtJNIlOOMS  wsa  e  Fairbanku,  Aluuka,  only  120 in Ilea  iK������uth   of   the   Arctic   Circle,   Ih   hot  enough at tlmi.M for p������opl*������ to l������������ ov������%r-  , come by heat. ,   i -  Canadian breedera of poultry and livct-tocfc are finding Windolite a moot oatlnfactory  and profitable inyeatment. vYoung chickeno and turkeys are entirely free from leg weak*  neai and dincaae and will thrive In confinement under Windolite. Windolite cornea In rolls  any length, but 36 Inchea wide only.  Distributors: CHANTLER & CHANTLER LIMITED  61 Wellington St.'W.        ���������������������������... -        ������ TOKONTOff ONT*  iiuiiiiiiuiuiiiillinilllfllttffM YY-t^s .^YYj . i*;. '^',.  :.YY..k;  ...  ���������-~Y;.YYYYrY-^  '������JtouiS ;^BirYJJj_^ ,.:;������  ^'Y''  ���������Y?*  ^^.^v^gi  Y>  '        '      ���������'"'���������       ,.F    -..-v..    .  ' >������'Y ..*,���������' ��������� "\  '  _.���������������������'   ��������� ft ���������   . ��������� -.  ..rz,.vv  /#*'         :  ss  "Cf AGLB Bfa_s<3 is %h������l soiutio-  ���������"to the numerous/difficulties  ���������nrrouc^dinBti-ofeedinKof baby  la the hot summer months. Send  for ������reo Ruthorltadre literature,  structed from a barrel, and. grazed  gloomily out to sea. It was a scene  of ���������. enchanting loveliness, but she  Socked upon St with blind eyes. She  was thinking: of Nick, angrily, and  with a sense o������ helpies-.-_.e-K>. She admitted that she had never worked so  hard to gain a conquest���������yet she had  evidently   failed.   She   felt baffled ���������  t,1.~.l14n������-,_l  ... ���������1_���������-���������_A������. 1..Q \.~  -.���������~_._~_._a     _._.*   _.���������*_-_.   ia.   ���������ti  -*3u_.g������^*=*_,   ������t^_.u.    niub   ������_.  <������_A,  ������ON_>-tN*SD  Milk  o,w. .������  ! gTxit. Rr.ra._- Co.J_.td.  ! Hi 115 George St., Toronto.  o._-i_-_i*-���������".  *  SatiTo Hteratttca on Infeai W**d\ag,  t.A/nm ..................  JaG&rsJf. ������'������������������-������ ..... '���������'. . ������. a ���������  miserably unhappy. It -made her  furious that a quiet little woman: like  Gay* Hastings could- hold a man captive���������her own husband, too, whom  she hadn't seen fox weeks! Who was  she anyway, to., have married a man  lilte Nick who had rsuch wonderful  possibilities?  "What  a  glorious  lover  Kft   i%trr\.il_r_    *V-������_1^a.I    fJt**   mmwrmtm    1>%_a_f-4* ___���������*���������*   IrwVlr���������  __-.        __-_          ._        ^jl*^ y~T ������***       ******** W-������_        .__W%*.EV='  ������*g  uu&u   eU_y  x_i_i.__   AugOiS.  knew.  sympathy, ysraw always sending her  picture postcards when they were  away.  Nick sat tlown hastily. What did  this mean, anyway? He read again,  aloud this time: ''Gay Hastings' baby  is coming in September." In his surprise he thought: "It's a lie; but why  should Julie invent a.yarn like that?"  ...������   m~_,   _ ������*-*-S_-a,  iiicu uc acwr  iig_u.s.i  "-<*>> *c woo  _ &-life a  ��������� ���������  * a m ���������  ffiiitiiiiiiiisBttiiiimniinininniiiiiiiiiHg  THEI.USTY  HIGHWAY^  ".���������;.. ,-bt- ���������'���������  CHRISTINE wHrrma  PA___-__-__NT__5R  Copyright;������W������ -;.Y  iisi;stuiiiitii������u(isi!-ii.it-ti-iiuiiiiiiiiiii  CHAPTER -J_XZ^v-rC������_ehu^  Y   -^Pd be proud to be thought .in.the.!  ���������*������itt������ class," retorted Nick. "Htfa a  rreal man.And we'd be suffering now  ijf he hadn't known.that most o������ these  Islands have no running streams. He.  -saved every drop of, water aboard  vthe "Sea Bird"; but if we're not plck-  ��������� ed up in another week someone has  Ygbt to go���������or dig a well!"  "But those small boats^-how long  ��������� would they live if another hurricane  .came up?"- '-'" ��������������� .'  "STive minutes, perhaps; bat what  - else Is there to do now that the yacht  has gone to pieces on the bar? Myer  ���������could send  the men, of, course, but  I'd  rather  be  doing something���������yet  was handsome even without a collar,  and how many men could stand that  test? Take him away from provincial  Bakersville���������-that stupid bank, and his  stupider wife and babies, and he  would go far���������get anywhere.'- But to  see him wasting himself providing for  a family that grew with, indecent  rapidity���������������������������  Angela's lip curle������ ta disgudt. Jim  had Implied that she could not succeed.     Her   face   grew  hard.        She! that  Of course it was true! That was exactly what Gay would have done K  sue thought that he needed rest, and  freedom from anxiety. What a dunce  he had been' not to have guessed J A  hos^ of memories crowded .back upon  him by which he might have known  had he not been absorbed in bis own  worries. And the  about  expenses ���������  doctors' bills���������about their keeping1  well for the next year. . . . Of course  she wouldn't tell hin_r till she had to.  And now-^-what Was she thinking���������  What was she suffering���������alone���������facing what she had gone through for  little Nick���������thlnldng���������perhaps, that  he was never.coming-back to her. ,..,..  fc!__i______   T_^   1������������������_*    <_������.4>-  _____?____���������     f.*.w.4-.w_ r������-t-_v������j_������  w������.#v.������.i.     t.vuv._rt.w._ig  GREAT BRITAI N  SPECIAI- REDUCED third claas  fa_������'__������_i>"M������s_x������_rs-_fr-^__k-5f^_^, Glais- " ���������  go������v,   LLr������*_|.jtt������il+' PlynroMuthi or  l_o-xdoia _s*d_-fcj__ci.., GsM^soi^from  . Aug. 1st to Oct. i5th -  Return, portion.; valid' for.. 2'-. .years..  Round trip   rate   to   Continental  point* reduced pffOpogtlonately.. .  .T_o'aa������Uaga'.B waefc--;^  JFmrfuU ln3*������nnnti%m*tppty  ���������Y CONAHB LINS   '-  Y 279 Malta. Street    .  (Phone 26-841)  Winnipeg _.  or any steamship agent      "  ANCHOR-DONALDSON  Flaws  In  Steel Rails  would suec&sd! 'She."would win Nick  Hastings if only to show Jim Halli-  -#-���������������.__     -rl*^*^     _wl������__ki    ^-*������^-T**# ' .n*^js _-"y^%*-*������    <r������Bi mm _���������**.  V*������*J "        ���������������**���������������������#       K*____i        M������."WM>      AVtfW       MASt^A.     ������������������ ********   _������__������  After all, a desert island was not a  bad setting:. Her prey could not escape;-give her a ra . ." .  Sho never failed     .  .''. and perhaps .  Angela smiled, but her face was  not beautiful, nor her eyes innocent,  as she looked out to sea.  As for Nick,, he tramped on desperately, his mind    filled -with   regrets  that he knew were futile. He had done  wbat.at the t"������������ hacl aeemed the ser.-  sible thing to do, yet he was torn  with the thought that he should have-  gone home at the completion of his  business. The old nervousness that had  been his before  leaving Bakersville,  Was back upon.him.   People irritated  h-_n,   especially Angela.    He wished  she would transfer her attentions'to'  the Colonel, who would doubtless appreciate  them.    It  might  keep  Mm  from talking.so persistently about tre  you object if I even build a flre! Do coast of Maine, a subject, which, for  you want to spend the rest of your] some mysteriou    reason, always    put  life here?"  "I hate-itl^And- you're i^ot__������vep de^  * centiy p&Iite." _.  I3Ser childishness  made Nick  grin,  r and restored his good humor.  "2. wonder," h^ said*  "if Robinson  r Crusoe was a C__est6>r__eld! I'm. sorry  ' If say manners offend you, Angela, but  TU admit that I feel on edge today,  ���������and want to get off by rnyself. I can't  get Gay out cf zny thoughts, and how  she must be suffering". Perhaps the  "Se������a -Bird" wasn't noientiohed in the  papers; but it's long past the time  when I should have been back, and it  makes me crazy���������-it makes me wild���������  -to tMnfc������������������������������������' -     -  y He broke off suddenly, and strode  away; Angela started after him, then  " stopped, and looked down at her clean  white shoes. For no toilet requisite  *���������nothing that could add to her per-  sonai adornment, even shoe poliBh,  had been left behind when the "kea  Bird" was abandoned. Angela preferred hunger and thirst to  looking  ���������unattractive. She gazed with scorn at  Amy Myer'a unpolishedy Oxfords r at  Nick's collarless neck; at the Colonel's  soiled Palm Beach suit. She rebelled  at the thought that in another month  her own clothes would begin to appear grimy. Now, although she really  longed for a tramp with Nick, she  could not endure the thought of soiling  her daintiness; and he was evidently  in no mood to wait while she changed  to something suitable.  Angela sank down on a seat that.  i the despised captain hud cleverly con-  Angela on edge.  ,.-;-. Nick y:-.wondered, .j.jls   he   tramped  Hero  is  a never-failing,  ' form oi- rfilitaf from'-  acifttio paint  Take Aspirin tablet* ������n<_ you'll nvokB  itiee-cllei-E- aii__.<crlng horn uduttcm���������luan-  hftBe **��������� nnd ainiilor oxorudntttig naGmiB.  "Itiey do relieve; they rfow'e do any liatin.  Juat mnke sure it Ib genuine.  ,mil        '_���������__',_i  -mumw__n_i___. '1 *4t-4mmm   <������h_mi__.    mum*'   ���������������������������������������   *mmm  i%Sl������I18I._^T  TRADBMANK nKU.  Made in Canada  w.   w.   v.   1U0  slc-sg, if.^hsr distaste for the subject  had anything to do with that horrible  story which the Calonel had recount-  end the night before tha hurricane ���������  the nl^ht Angela had kissed him. He  had hardly thought of It since. There  had been too much else- io think  about; yet the whole thing was queer;  her behaviour after the story���������the  midnight confidence she had forced  upon : him, and the kiss���������mostly the  kiss. It struck him for the first time  that Angela was subtle, and he hated  subtle people. What was it Gay had  once said about not trusting Angela  H-^liday?  Gay! As always, the thought of her  was like the touch of a cool hand;  then the realization of what she was  suffering rushed bick again, and be  could have wept, Suddenly, realizing,  that he had walked too rapidly in the  hot sun, he sought the shade of a  clump of palms, and threw himself  down, looking o^it hopelessly across  the blue���������searching the horizon for  the ship that did not come.  After a while his gaze crept back  l;o the ���������la.tt<S,! and what looked like a  scrap of paper caught in the underbrush not far away.. Who c ould have  dropped it? He Was n long way from  camp, though a couple ot days ago  he had come here with Angela and  Amy. Pure curiosity made him arise  and grasp it. In tho wilderness anything pertaining to civilization is of  interest. It was evidently a sheet  out pf a letter to which there was no  beginning, and no end. The writing  was unfamiliar, but Instantly ho saw  Gay's name and read:  "Gay Hastings' btiby coming in  September���������first part, and Nick don't  know a thing about 1(������ She wouldn't  toll because ho wasn't feeling well,  and she thought If ho kwew-lae'd thin!?  ho couldn't leave her. Hfto don't look  rpa^. smart, and I got a notion Dr.  Bennett's worried. I asked him plum  out, but he didn't say much. Tliat's  tho way ho is���������always acts like it was  none of my business. AwyjHOw I hopo  Nlck'll get back soon. She nearly died  laait time, and those boy'o |S getting  a handful though old Mr. Bartlett  helps hor a lot. Thouffht you'd like to  Icaow wo was all well.���������I_lt_le Martha  In icf flash Nicic undoratood. This  was a letter from JTullo Nipps, who  had a passloii for writing letters. It  was a. letter io Angela. .TuILo cUsllked  Angola, but she would write to Satan  himself If she thought ho would reply.  She watched for the postman an a  _ cat watches a mouse. Gay, out 02 jp.ss8.ft  Nick turned, burying his face in his  arms, longing for the. relief of tears  would  not  stir.   TJj^a  camae"'-a  tKri>>_.h.      4-V.C.4-    4n\eLr4    \.iw*y     With    Hlj������^.j^������_-  anger: Angela had. known! No mail  k.'_^^3 **.*+.m> *<\+*m*m 4*%mmmmr*tm ali%_%a l_.__>������v-<r_^_a  ������_K_W_i aCCfcWXA-������\A VM������_i������*A OU������Ve  - A������UP4JUg  Kingston. She had had this letter  all the time,Yand had let Ijim start  put upon this cruise knowing that his  place was at borne. How could she ?  Had she no sympathy for Gay���������no  understanding of her. need . of him?  Even though.Angela had never had a  child, she should bave known instinctively that, had he? understood, nor  cruise however alluring would have  tempted him. '^Y['.. .-'-"'".--y^-.  September���������the first of Septe_nfcerT  and ^lt was now July. It might, be  months before- tbey^.( were picked^ up������  He arose shakily, filled with an insane  desire to put his hands on Angela's  slender tbroat^���������that lovely throat  that made such." lovely. music���������-and  choke her till she begged for mercy.  He started . toward camp, then  stopped, appalled at his own anger.  He must calm down, before he- faced  his friends. He must control himself  before he talked _with Angela.  He" turned about, and began his  patrol -where he had left it off, ^Talking; rapidly,  it!s thoughts  in a wild  Reaooarkable      Instruments      Detects  Defects    In   Track   While  Mo-.fiag' At a Fair Speed  Looking- into steel rails for invisl-  0  ble  flaws, y twio  reraarhably, equipped  cars nave neen xraveuing over we_v-  ern lines of the two Canadian transcontinental railways during the past  few weeks.  Movingr at a fair speed oyer the  rails these robot detectives mark the  Invisible faults that might cause a  split rail, and forever damn the guilty  rails in the eyes of section crews by  auto_natic__-ly paintteg: them white.  Up in the car tha' needle of one of  the- <������������aHhr������iiyi.<-T������-_-������i ts t-aciEs* ��������� conttn-*  uous line- da paper. YWhen.';:the rall^  ia_re good the. lineyIs <WM_ap8uraitiveiy  level..... When- a flaw is traversied the  infallible needle bucks, or ducks, and  down goes the white splash, of paint.  Invented by"the late Mr. Spei-cy,  these cars are leased to railways by  the Sperry Rail Detector Company, of  New York. JEach carries its own chief  operator and motormau. Over every  section of track covered, the local  section foreman .- follows with his  gang, to make immediate replacements  __h������_^_ 1__    1/viVaA   nA-4j������-k������>    _���������(>    f������lirrH+  V.l.l... _._.^. ^1^W..Mwh __.|i._^..^i_ ...^ _-Ug^������������������ ^  nor left. Beauties that should; -have  stirred frlm he passed rirmctlced. Suddenly he realized that he was breath*  1adc_     awfl    rV-"?-    h*-������       =^_rsfl5       sT^g? ������������___-*__  *j^a    rnnr    <r������������_        _rtt������ii_r^ *=u-_--raE_u_r__        mT\Lm  ������p_b     t_.JU.__W    U- ������.____ avuvuvm K>Uw  point of land where, he had meant to  pile brush for a signal fire. He paused,  and looking out to sea, uttered an exclamation of incredulity. He shaded  his eyes with his hand for a long  moment; then turning witb furious  haste, began making a pile of leaves  ���������of twigs���������of branches���������of anything  that would burn, working like mad  before he stopped to ga__e once rnore  across the water.  Faint, almost imperceptible,' .yet  .nearer-than it had;b'een-b'ei?orej..fa.fl_sal  spiral of smoke w;as -visible against  the horizon.  (To Be Continued.!}'.  "The Lord bless thee, and beep  thee; the SJord make His face shine  upon thee, and be gracious imto thee."  -���������Numbers vl. 24, 25.  In having all things, and not Thee,  what have I?  Vi._.i.     ������-_. ~^___. ^_. -  v_n-._.-__       ____..__.     x, _. ���������__.      __.������.  _,Ot   __cv^_5     _������s5,    wrizeM.   iljs.ve   J_3jr  labors got?  Let me enjoy but Thee, what further  crave I?  And having" Thee alone, what have  I not?  X wish nor sea, nor land; nor would  I be       -"���������  Possessed c������ hea-vea, heaven trapes-  .sessed,-df Theei-Y.,--  ���������Francis Quarles.  f There is no. holiness ff the Lord  withdraw Hia presence^ no wisdom if  His   Spirit ceases to. directs Iri" our  O.WiL   JaStvtf o    wc   Sj_6   oS - unsettled . OS  the sand upon the mountain; but in  God we have the stability of the  throne In heaven, Kindle, O Lord, our  hearts-with, light and life by the holy  fire of Thy love and blessing.  ���������Thomas A. Kempls.  THE  mmjm\  By Aiine MiclaaeH  WIND FROM THE S.EA  Minnesota In the Lists  At  Preparing To Enter _____Mblts  World's Grain Show  Minnesota producers are getting  ready to enter the lists against those  of other countries in the competitive  classes of tho World's Grain Exhibition and Conference tp be held at  Regina in 1932. A campaign la now  being conducted by the Minnesota  Crop Improvement Association among  Its members with the purpose of encouraging them to^ prepare /special  plots so' that thoy may thus secure  high class samplea. to enter In tho  various classes.  Tonight the wind is from the sea  And bears the tang of salt to me.  Just here, the honeysuckle grows,  And there the trellis with the rose  Stands close beside the garden gate  To tempt the passer with Its freight  Of wine-sweet, petailed loveliness.  The daisies Jn their snowy dress  Along the pathways nod and bend  As gracious women greet a friend.  Yet when the wind is from the sea  It' brings strangeTme8sage?,to me;   ���������_  t feel, within, a sudden need  Of stinging spray and drifting weed,  ;Of sea-weed red-ias';any rose  Tossed lightly where the strong tide  flows.  Ah, I would know the press and surge  Of ocean in its restless urge!  Tonight the wind Is from the sea;  What can the roses say to me? *  Miller's Worm Powders are a pleasant medicine for worm-infested children,  and they  will  take it without  objection.     Wh������_.___  directions  are followed it -will not Injure the most delicate child, aa there is nothing of an  injurious   nature   in  its  composition.  They will speedily    rid    a    child    of .  worms and restore the health, of the  little sufferers whose vitality haa become impaired by the attacks of these  Internal pests.  Dehydrated Apples  Stocks  On   Hand  In  tho  Ckanagan  Valley Now PractlcaMy  ; Exfiausted  Stocks of dehydrated apples In the  Okanagan   Valley   have   practically  been  exhausted.       Only  very  small  amounts are in the hands of packers.  Since fresh   apples   have   not   been  available there has been a good demand for the dehydrated product. Reports from the east are to .the effect  that only small quantities are now on  hand, ;^'-:,-c^r^i������,<l^-!*i3^'r:.,aB toldj,  are in the hands of evaporators.  Took it Before Childbirth  CORN S  lift off - No Pain/  Persian Balm is alluringly fragrant.  Adds a charming, refinement to the  most finished appearance. Creaton and  preserves complexions of surpassing  Loveliness: and texture. Softens and  whitens the hands. Cools and dispels  all Irritation caused .by weather conditions. 0wiftly absorbed by the tissues leaving never a vestige of Btlclti-  ness. A peerless toilet requisite. Invaluable to all women who care for  elegance and distinction.  JTui__ a drop or two of Piatnaia'u ������a.  any sore corn and out comes all the  naln. The corn. .ihr_v������lr_ up and c_ropi_  off. No scar, no pain, no pinching  from tight shoos, xon can dance or  walk in comfort, U������e only Putnam's  Corn Kictmotor. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bold by druKflrlflta everywhere.  ''.'������������������ '      *m     ���������      '  ,m������ a   u mm* ^ m    ���������    L < A^0^  ������������������ Hn H    H     ffl     ' B_R___I' mmW^m '< Hl__L_^B   ^_k  wjm^^^       ^L^L^^kmW Wk B^*^|    JLmjmmXmmmt-mmX   ___B^__l__rM gJtt^^B  Acromobile  May Be Specify  Vehicle    Driven   By    Air    Propeller  Invented In Germany  Great speed at low .cost is expected  from the acromobllo, tlie machine recently Invented by two German in  ventorwt The vehicle is ������lencr_he<t by  them an an automobile driven by on  air propeller. Tho air aerow lies horl-  zontally <m tlie back: part of tlio chassis. Abovoi it are several parallel  'plane BwrfncoM forming' a wort of lattice-work: arrangement, the angles of  Which may be altered. The air stream  produced by the propeller brealcs  through these surfaces, providing the  driving powor.  "Mtothewi havo a pretty bad time."  "Why?"  "Well,  thoy"ro alwaya  afraid that  aomo gljrln will marry their sons and  that  some  men won't marry  their  d&ustetstre." ���������'  ?*T FIRST to������lcLy<!taE.Ptnlcham*������  X Vegetate!*) Compound  beforo  childbrrtSa focosuse I www **��������� "wwa-ft:.  "After fairing it, K fel������ much  stronger. I cwuld steetv b#iw ������n4  I could do _my work.  **I have laltcn tho Vegetable  Compound for elcvemycnrs off and  on whencvw* I nvcd ft Bsuilctbc and  I recommend lt;"'Mr0* Emily  Schiiulol, Kcinown, Saskatchewan.  This is only one of thousand* of  loiters prsiisiiuag thla tsimwlcj,, ]_to>m������o  remedy and rccommonuJinw* It to)  women who need n sirengthener- '  \ WH& UKJ28TOJ*   KE VlJfi IS  Local and Personal  Orin Hayden was a visitor at Spokane  a couple of days at the first of the week.  Tuesday and Wednesday, October 6th  and 7th, are the dates selected for  Creston's 1931 fall fair, at a meeting of  the directors on Thursday night last.  T!V^.B_  _?isj_������  SAXjE���������Ostermoor     mattress,  size       refrigerator,   . .two.  i -.-_������������-_--������_���������  _���������_>__  ��������� VII  U_LBH_!_i__  ��������� niniisiu  _r������u_������n_ oAnu  .vnuvi.i<vvm  _?  medium  electric ?_edrcom ^^s���������8 snd. small  room table.   Alsonew^door, 2^i x 6 feet,  Mrs. W.K.Brown, Creston.  Sealed tenders will be received by the  undersigned up to Friday, August 7,  1931, for painting the new classroom of  Creston Jfublic School, bidders to supply  ail material and labor. Lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted. Detailed informati n from Jas. Cook. Tenders  to be addressed to GEO. NICKEL, Secretary School Board, Creston.  TEJioEHS FOK SCHOOL DRAIN  Sealed tenders will be received by tha  undersigned for tbe digging of drain to  serve the labratory to be constructed on  the west side oi the central school building. Tenders to be in by Friday,  August 7, 19S1 Lowest or aqy tender  not necessarily accented. __*������_ aii other  information apply GEO. NICKEL,  Secretary School Board, Creston.  TEHDERS FOR KJ_I.SOMI9i-lt6  H. L. Robinson of Nelson, who  formerly had. a law office in Creston,  was here at the first of the week, having  made the trip from Nelson to Kuskanook by canoe, trying out .__e fishing oh  the creeks running into the !ake_  Col. and Mrs. Mallandaine and Misses  Bamsay were weekend visitors with  Fernie friends who are spending the  summer at McBain's Lake, They made  the trip by auto and report forest tires  at East Kootenay points as the worst  ever.  Creston baseball team made the trip  ito Kimberley for a gpme on Sunday,  but due to some misunderstanding  Kimberley was not aware of their coming and with most of the players out of  town for. the day the game had to be  cancelled.  S_ai&d tenders ������.ill be received un  till Monday, August 10, 1931. I r  kalsomining Wynndel two-room^ publ c  school. Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted. For full particulars apply J. G. ABBOTT,  Secretary, Wynndel, B.C.  Fw������d Ryckman of Cranbrook, the East  Kootenay indian agent spent a few days'1  vacation here last week with bis  brothers, John and Ernest. He had  quite a busy June taking the census on a  half dozen reserves that come under hb  supervision.  In connection with the hospital dance  | on Friday evening, August 14th, valley  firms have been generous with donations.  and in addition to prizes for the spot  dance and elimination waltz, there will  also be a drawing contest for half a  dozen prizes.  Tne Frothbi owers baseball club had a  fine turnout for their dance in Exhibition  Park pavilicn on Saturday night. The  music was by Creston dance band under  the leadership ot A. Erickson.  The exceptionally hot spell that prevailed alHast week came to an  end   on  Monday, since when   the  weather  has  been more bearable.   From the 19th to  {26th the mercury was well   above   90  everyday     99was highest and 94  tbe  lowest during that week  Although auto tourist traffic is lighter  than usual this year, there seems to be  an ii.ereaR������'in the number of Americas*  paying Creston a visit. At noon on  Friday last four sutes in the vicinity of  the vendor's bore plates from Nevada,  Oregon, Washington and Idaho.  R. A. Palfreyman, manager of the coop. ������fcnrfl3 ���������ou|ft|j^ Mr p. Palfreyman sn<i  Miss Cotters!!, left on Thursday eii a  two weeks' vacation. They are moror-  ing and will visit at Portland and other  points in Oregon. In his ab&ence L.  Littlejohn is in   charge of  the   Creaton  Creath, Afleen Sprattl > and Lillian  Trevelyan Three others passed but will  have to rwrite off supplemental^. They  are Frank Crawford, Dora Nickel, Gwen.  Webster./ Y."-.. .'���������>���������; . ."Yy.. ���������-������������������'������������������--������������������������������������������ -.'  The list "of successful students in connection with the recent examinations  held at Nelson by the Toronto Conservatory of Music has just been issued.  In the primary piano Betty Speers was  successful, and in introductory piano  Margaret Henderson passed with honors,  and Allan Speers also secured & pass.  They took the teats in Nelson the latter  part of June  Farmers  and  Ranchers  as  _  _������  _  t  *���������  _______bM____k_Mtt_H_MM__-_MM.  __     __     _||,   __!  ��������� _>���������__, A.  i __��������� _.������__________ _h.d>.-__-_-___  You can d*&md ������.������ a jkHlm* of FRESH GROCERIES  here at all times.  i     J  Braid's Nectar Coffee  3-lh. pkg., and Cup and Saucer, all for..  $|oo  06 Rspsifing  1C___  store.  ������->-������. _.������-_.-^._  ������-i4iJlisie  _3.uBBBJ_i  Ctjurt-er?  was showing a boy chum through the  Attwood orchard down at- Creston  "Why are those traas bending over so  far?" the boy asked. To which Jimmie  replied; 4'You'd be bending over. too. if  you ������������re as full of green apples ss those  _��������� ������  utcs arc.  i/tu-mpt. and satisfactory  servace ieave your work with  us.   Here are our prices:  Men's Half Soles, nailed, $1.25  ** sewn  ..1.50  Ladles' Half Soles, nailed, 75  44 sewn    1.25  Men's Rubber Heels . . .    .50  Ladies' " . ������������������'.  at Economy  _  _������ac___-,__-_���������   wv*^.^*.   ���������*_������  V_������Uii>HC   JLUVW1I  When you buy and serve an;_  & Co. you nave the satisfaction to know they will please,  because the quality is in every biscuit.     Christie never  lowers the quality of their products.   Here are some of  these popular biscuits just to rseach us;  Sodas, Arrewraots, Sultanas, Ottawa Creavss, CocGanut Taffo  Chocolate Fig Newton,   Shortbread Cream  _ff?_&_r__/t>4ii/s������#_0  4T?____mtf*"     #>������_*_������__.__���������__i*     /_L__r  VfrwvirtfffV     mJf*mWm0m'. ���������-      -'���������'    m>>rm<*mmmm**w%mTmms4m*  Oreston Valley Go-Operathrs Assn.  CRESTON Two Stores ERICKSON  n _f____ft ��������� <__���������-!_.��������� ilk m A m __H_ __ At An __ii4 ��������� A ��������� _d_ m _j_ m fttAi A _ A________f#__>i_______i_H.i.ri.lt.__- ^���������if%__l^hnA__iA������ A������_-fc__h_T__r^^^~^hn4%__i<*ltr^irT^rJ%r  ___-__������_A������jl______h_______������b__ftMU4___4_li^____fc__iiA^^  MOTOR CAR OWNERS!  Give Your Car a Treat to a  PROPER GREASING  We have now installed an   air operated BALCRANK CAR  GREASER, which develops up to 6000 pounds pressure  and. is capable of forcing grease into the hardest bearings,  ______ \  Romano Bros. Service Station  Dealers in Shell Products.    Car Washing a Specialty  We aim to Satisfy.   Please Give us a Trial.  _WWMWMMM������MfMM|������im^^^  FARM FOU SALE���������20 acres. 7 acres  alfalfa, good house and outbuildings.  irrigation, belonging to estate of late P.  D. Thomas, Huseroft. Also Jersey  cows, registered Jersey bull. Sight work  horse, tools, household effects. All stock  can be seen at farrfi. Apply John Bird,  Camp Lister.  Mrs. Olivier and son, Teddy, arrived  from Blairmore. Alberta, on Friday to  join the doctor and the four girls, who  have been occupying the United Church  manse since early in July. They have  takers the new residence erected by  Frank Romano on Canyon Street east  and are now nicely settled in their new  home.  An   extraordinary  sample   of   cherry  production was   exhibited   in   town   on  Saturday by M. 5. Beninger who, with  Fred  Ryckman   oj  Cranbrook,  was a  visitor at Gin ol's the day previous, and  brought back a cluster of Bing cherries  with 50 to the bunch.   The fruit was of  splendid size and quite uniform color and  were grown on the" W.   Ginol  ranch  at  that point. Y  $        ' >..? ���������<��������� '    '  -'   '"������'   ���������-  Creston had another look at the planes  that took part   in   the  air   pageant   at  Vancouver last week as they passed over  _fK__   .nil_-<_>__> i_i.   ^>IVm_._1**������ w_n-w.T.y*ff me.    4-haiv  ���������...^w    ������_ui^w   vr._    __r_.%....__.^.    ^..wfi.J.t.^   *__i.       v_������>.B.  return *?ib_ The isHi-o "to sn char*'������ sf  Capt. Dean was forced down for repairs  in a field at Camp Lister about noon and  later came in to the Archibald airport to  complete repairs, getting aw y about 3  o'clock to Edmonton-  G. P. Smith of Chauvin, Alberta, a  former principal of Creston public  school, was renewing acquaintances ih  Creston at the first of the week, on a  motor trip to Silverton, where Mre.  Smith is spending the summer. He was  accompanied by C. R. Smith, manager  of the Chauvin branch of the Bank of  | Montreal, who was making his flrst visit  in B.C. interior. Mr. Smith is principal  of Chauvin high school.  The pass list in connection with Grade  11 of the high school examinations were  published at the end of the week and  Principal Levirs -has made a most  creditable showing with n full pass of 8  of the 11 students who wrote. Those  graduating are Margaret Blinco,  Herbert Couling, Thomas R. Crawford,  Joan Hilton, Andrew Miller,  Jean   Mc-  (-____-___-���������._____-_������������������-��������� ���������������������������a __���������__������������������_-���������_������-_  m*    . . ,5  All Work Guar&nt&gd  Mm mW8ig*mbm������H  Season  is noW  Shoe and  Harness   Repairing  We handle a  full line of  - '-_r_>jri_ _n_ *rg?"<  T"WAX1LJ>  FORK HANDLES  SCYTHES  SICKLES  CWm^lBrr 3?  -U.fi   __-Ht ___-_>  SmfSIA   kJI^AJL   M'&ABJm  STONES  Canyon  O  serve  Uur  dold  JMeats  >~m~*AT  _S__.iO.L  Appetites oire bound to lag these hot days.   Serve  some of our good Cold Meats and notice how every  one around the table will sit up and take a new interest in their food.     And you will be saved the  time and trouble of preparation.  >_l       J#___  _O^F___���������_  - mjr%jr*\*ggsm*  . Cophsd Ham,      ^?j.r���������������.-������.��������������� ������-*������������������������������,  Weiners* Stsmmer Sausage, Polish: Sausage  Our new equipment has arrived and we can supply  HAMBURG and PORK SAUSAGE   = =f^.tfi:  iwl'OB __iw W  Q.RINGWALD, Prop.  i__il-^������%ti!  !-=<tH)4������-.      ...    -ll!|lf  mnmwwfM'VWVMwgtMMWWWM^^  -     4  .  4  4  4  i  11    i  M     I  Ii  Oockshutt  Implement Owners  Bear in mind that we havo  A full tine of Repair Parts for  MOWERS* RAKES, PI*OWS  in stock,  BRING YOUR MOWER IN TO HAVE IT  OVERHAULED before haying season starts.  . r m  . -   ��������� _,..._ ... ���������   .. ._.      - ....._....__���������._  ..        - ... mMm        .^^___ _���������   I    ���������!!������������������ !__*__>    hu____i______.      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