BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Aug 21, 1931

Item Metadata


JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0174646.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0174646-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0174646-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0174646-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0174646-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0174646-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0174646-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array YYYYY.vP_5Sg  ''-''���������'���������'')y^i'.',;j^.  ,Y.  $-;  *Y;  ���������'���������.:������������������ Y:Y  f.'.--K '-  :YyYY  :.v_* ...  H >&������*vkkcUmiI.ibv*w?&W^*  k. i- . ��������� ~.~���������V ������__.������ ,_, .  f  , ������������������< i^_j-J.   __i.it_-_������</i. l���������S^Sgy  A'''  *.;YY"  Vol. XXH1.  GRESTON, B, C., FRIDAY; AUGUST 21, 1'tosi'  No.  ,-. c"  Slow Movement  Mixed Carloads  inis  is juue to anortage loma-  toes find Wealthy Apples���������  Tomatoes Slow in Maturing���������  Wealthys Require CoI������  The harvest of Wealthy ��������� apples and  IClapp's Favorite and Bartlett pears, is  under way this week    Rain is needed to  give the Wealthys better color.  - Mrs. Clark Moore of Coeur d'Alenet  Idaho, arrived this week on a visit witn  her "^srsnts. Mr.  __W__3      %J|*������_M ^_*   -  ���������������������_������������ *u_ _ a. *.* *  Ct__!__. __-  oi;u_uc>  E������*$Gk&&n  An oldtime sod soaker oi a rain is very  much in demand by orchardists and  selling agencies alike. Wealthy apples  and tomatoes are badly needed for mixed  car shipments, and a fairly generous  supply of the wet goods is what will save  tha.    _l������������w       T<_  -���������    ������������������^ >  -11  _l_v   _.__.  w ii>u  Jas. Mas  Oldtimer.  &^^t^w_t^_8  Well Known  TVT __._*���������  *   ������������_������_  JUUiW  Figure on  Grows  ������.____._- j  dinucu  C.P.R. in 1882-Pensioned in  ed  iCitchener Since.  ��������� I1U.IK1 g '  ���������������^>/*._f  _L3ft_?ft'  in  heavy smoke pall which seems to be  preventing the sun from.ripening up the  tomatoes in desired quantities, and it is  just what is needed to start coloring up  the Wealthys, which are splendid as to  size and are coming in a week earlier  than in 1930.  This week the demand for ie____;tcs3 5s  away beyond the supply and the market  is also ready for Wealthys. The cars  that ers rolling; are made up of Wealthys,  Ciapp*s Favorite pears, Transcendant  crobs and Maynard plums. Both, firms  are beginning to receive Bartlett ��������� pears  and Bradshaw plums will be coming in  before the week is out. Peppers are also  on the move.  With pears available Long, Allan &  Long, Limited, commenced a bench pack  on these early in the week at Erickson,  and at their Creston warehouse Crest-  land Fruit Company have al o two or  three girls at work wrapping pears. The  latter firm have opened their Erickson  warehouse where Harold Langston, who  will be foreman this year, is setting the  graders in shape for the yftsj^a  ������perations. \-:y.'j,~\. ..���������"���������'���������'. yY.yJ'Y.:  The shortage in tomatoes is m^  Miss Marion Heric is a visitor with  Cranbrook friends, leaving on Tuesday.  Jack and Richard Hall, who have  been visiting their parents, Mr. and  Mfe, John Hall, left for Vancouver and  Revelstoke respectively, at the first of  the week-  Miss Ruth Greene of Cranbrook, who  has been visiting with Mass Betty  Kemp, left for home at the end of the  week.  Miss Elvaline Clark is a Creston  visitor this week, a guest, of Miss Betty  Kernaghan.  Miss Mnrcella Sanford spent the week-  end at Kitchener, a guest of Miss Clara  J.1UUU  J. Dugdale of Bellvue, Alberta,  arrived on Sunday  for a   visit  at  the  ranch.  Evelyn and Olive Speaker, Carol and  Marion Healey and Margaret Bundy  were Kuskanook visitors for a gew days  with the girls of the Maple Leaf Mission  Band.  Mr. Bell, jr, and young son of Winnipeg, Man., are visitors here wit 1 the  former's Darents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.  Bell.  Haying    is    about  completed.   TW  weather has been ideal for this work.  Stan.   Gregory has  erection of a residence  Bertha and Mildred Fi  vitltors this week, gupel  -Mrs. Frank ������*������!������������_ _Jr "  ser are Lister  of  Mr-  and  "3^dS_t3'-_s Well as the prairie is exceptionally good. Cucumbers however, are,.In  l������or demand. With the WealthyB selling agencies are only pickiHg -just- what  is needed to meet a fairly insistent  demand ~  Even from unirrigated land the early  varieties of apples have; shown good  size, but unirrigated pears are not so  attractive. In all tree fruits, the crop is  u__u_i__i._iy clean, and the quantity available for Fancy and Extra Fancy pack  will be much larger than last season.  i Mt&. S. Attwood;  Frank Putnam retii  MIcb SMIng  Miss Athena Schade arrived at the end  of the week from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho,  on a viBit with her parents,Mr. and Mrs.  N. Schade.  Mrs. John Mcrshall,wko has been visiting at "Vancouver, has returned home.  Mies Ruth Compton of Nelson ; was a  visitor at the weekend with her parentB,  Mr and Mrs. Jas. Compton. ;���������.,-.  Mrs. Beebe and son of Calgary,  Alberta, are visiting here this week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Parkin.  Alice Siding; will have three students  at Creston high school when it opens for  the fall term on the dipt;  -���������-���������������������������-M-^i-  dtf "Tuesday  from a business visit at BeavefdeH.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carr are spending a  flaw days in Spokane this week, leaving  on Tuesday. ,'��������� '  A. E. Penson has the contract for  kalsomining the Wynndel two-room  school, and has the work under way.  Lister  SPIT HI  r i ! rliL  AT-HOME  Miss   Yorik,   Matron,   and  the  . Ladies' Hospital Committee  cordially ihvite you to make  a vit.it of inspection at  Greston Valley Public Hospital  Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Phillips of Kimberley spent the weekend at their ranch  at Lister.  Miss Irene Wellspring has gone to  Kimberley for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.  McConachie, making the trip with Pat  Holland on his return home.  In the death of James McGovern, of  Kitchener, whidi took place at St.  Eugene Hospital* "'Crsabroc^, ea Atjgust:  12th, a. well known figureYEis.'railway  construction worfc in the Crows Nest  Pass has disappeared, -Deceased, ^rho,  was in his 73rd year, was a native of  County Mayo, Ireland. As a boy lie  went to Liverpool, England, where T������e  was educated, and in 1882, he came to  Canada, and nnmediatily entered the  employ of the Canadian Pacific Railway,  eomihg west on main line construction  and coming into the Kootenay country  about JS97, and from that time on until  1924, when he was pensioned, he was  witBYilse. isilwsy ;company is: various  capacities, but chiefly as timekeeper.  Since 1920 he has made his home at  Kitchener. r  Deceased's health has been failing for  some time past but it was only early  June that his condition had become  serious and it was deemed wise to take  him to Cranbrook" hospital v?here he  passed a ay on Wednesday morning  las,t. The funeral-Was on Friday morning from St. YMary's Chulrch, with  burial in Cranbrook cemetery. Six  Kitche������������������ .'.frien^acteti as pallbearers,  G. Aw.' ��������� H^nt������Y-S* GY Strudwicke, B.  Johns������m,^>^^^&ev-in-r:.A.' LePage  and;  ;H*^;;.M������i*^pll: *&4 ��������� *lie - floral re"  me^bj^i^^a^^th^ -large turnout of  Kitdb^^ci^^^t.^^luneral bespoke  ^tine^:m0mn^M^tS^������essyin charge-"of  commenced  tho  n his ranch.e  Mr, and Mrs Geo. Mclnnis and  daughter were Nelson visitors last week.  E. -Davis, who has been working at  Traii, returned home last week-  '. Mr. Ford" of Coiertian.   Aiberta.   is s.  visitor here, a guest of Alex. Cameron.  Mr. and Mrs. Mercer, of Blairmore,  Alberta,__s������oests of Mr. and Mrs. ~E.  WQliams.  ix_r.  __- _i   mm  &nu _virs. Carver ana Miss J__vans  of Cranbrook were auto visitors at the  weekend, guests of Mrs. Rumsey. Mrs.  Youdk was aiso a weekend guest at the  Rumsey home.  Mr. and Mrs. Ogilvie of Harrop were  auto visitors, guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.  Ogilvie.     v   ;  Tbe contract for kalsomining Wynndel school was let to E. A. Penson, and  the work fs now i?mier way.  Mr. ahd Mrs- Cecil Moore and family  of Nelson are holidaying here with Mr_>_  Moore's parents, Mr. And Mrs. M.  Hagen. - _  R. Uri was a Nelson visitor at the  weekend, as was also Monr&tl Wigen, :'f  Rev. T. Scott, Anglican rector at  Creston, was here for service on Sunday afternoon, and had a nice turnout.  Mrs. Geo. Cam and daughter of Nelson are visitors with Mr. and Mrs. S.  Benedetti. Miss B. Gelette of Nelson is  __lso visiting.  emonstratioii  Creston  Will be Supervised from Experi-  % mental  Fai-m^ Windermere���������  Cover Orop.l_i!?J[rri_|ated Land  to Have Prominent Attention.  "~~>1S:       l~  J.O_l������������-  on  SAT, AUG. 29  TEA SERVED from  2*30 to 5.30 p.m*  EVERYBODY WELCOME  Mrs.. lister was a visitor at Nelson  at the middle of last week, a guest at the  Fisher-Nutter wedding on Wednesday  evening.  Harold Langston will be in charge of  Crestlaud Fruit Company packing shed  at Erickson this ssas'on. He commenced  work on.; Monday.  Rev C. Baase of Creston will be here for  Lutheran Church service oh Sunday  afternoon.  Axel Anderson & Sons have the contract o^flooring the main-school building  as well a repairing the foundation and  putting in cemont posts. The work is  under way and will cost $126.  Irene Yerbury had the misfortune to  fall from her horse on Tuesday evening  and BU-tatncd a, broken left arm jnst  above the elbow. She woe taken to  Creston for medical treatment and is  renting comfortably. '' \  Mrs. W. Fiahcr and daughter, L_.Si_.tir  of Nelson, aro visitors here this week,  guests of Mrs. Lister.  R, V. Willcox of Salmon Arm, R.O.P.  poultry inspector for the Dominion  government, was herp en an official visit  this wook.  Mrs. Hnrol sr., of Mcrrltt; Mm.  Hulme of watford, Ontario, and Mr! and  Mrs, C Ii.' Haro of Creston woro>visitora  with Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Jacks the past  week.  Mr. and Mrs. Pat Holland an d M va.  Yerbury returned on Saturday from  tholr holiday visit nt Spckano Mra.  Holland Is remaining hurc for a weolc, but  Mr. Holland left for Kimberley on  Saturday.  .  a. __OTn^dy of Cranbxobl-i'a long-time  acquaintan _e of deceased.  ' **Ji__-!Hiyri>McGoverR,  iarly k������uwH, was the true type of Irish.  Genial, with   a  ready but kindly wit  coupled   with   ability  to interestingly  discuss his travels and  current "events.  earned for him a wide friendship, which  was strengthened by a big heartedness  fo������    the    unfortunate   very  many  of  whom were made  to  find life   a   little  easier by the cheer so happily extended  by the deceased.  Amongst those sending flowers were  Dr. McKenzie, R. J. Forbes, Creston;  Long family, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.. Allan,  Erickson; Mount Baker Hotel, Cranbrook; Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and Clara!  Mr. and Mrs. B. JobnBon and family,  Mr. and-Mrs". N. K. Devlin, A. Howard;  Harry Redmile, Thos. Thorson, Mr. and  Mrs. A. LePage, Laura and Mildred  Andeen, Mr. and Mrs. E. Driffll.  A demonstration farm, under the  supervision of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Windermere! will be  established in Creston Valley if favorable  consideration is given recommendations  that have been made to the department  of agriculture at Ottawa by R. G.  Newton, superintendent of she . Windere-  mere farm, and his assistant, L��������� M.  Godfrey, who were here last week, and  made a thorough investigation of the  valley in this connection.  Not less than ten  acres will be  re-  .���������-.5���������---���������������  ivr  ������������������^SrsCV  WIUW'U   at*  WJX������  ������   ���������������sf&������i&sa&s������  f������_������������������  directly in charge yd the owner of the  land, who will work on. a pks prepsrsd  and supervised, by Mr. Godfrey, who has  recently been transferred to Windermere  to take charge of demonstration farm  work in Kootenay, Boundary and tne  Okanagan.        .-'������������������.  At present there is only one such farm  in Kootenay, and it is ait Fernie. The  proposal is to establish others at Creston, and on the Kootenay and Arrow  Lakes, which would give a chain, of them  as they are already in operation at  Salmon Arm, Armstrong, Lumby and  Graad Forks.  . At Creston special attention will be  given te finding out what cover crop is  best adapted to this area. Now that  Irrigation    Is  available  it  is  felt the  Miss Margaret MacDonald of Kaslo,      ^_  who taught school h re two years ago, is j irrigated land should produce a crop that  a guest of Mr. and Mis. Rrnest Driffil*  e|i������ae������^itB "Kic&ene. jeq-ggl^s^^ ^  The talsph ne cGxnpkuywire stringing  crew arrived here on Tuesday com|__g in  from Yahk. iialf of the crew is begirding at the Tourist restaurant and the  other half are in camp just west of here.  Oh Tuesday and during the past week  part of tbe telephone company construction crew moved to Wynndel, where  they are now camped.  Mrs. B. Johnson; Katherine Cavanaugh, Elsie Nelson and Tom . Thorson  were motor visitors at Cranbrook on  Tuesday.  Marcel Senesael of Boswell spent the  weekeud with his brother, Cyril  Senesael.  Miss Marcella Sanford of Erickson  was a visitor here last week, a guest of  Miss Citua Hunt.  O. Ringheim was a visitor with  Nelson friends last week.  Tlie old schoolhouse, purchased last  year by J. B. Winlaw, has been re-sold  to Geo. Huseroft, and has been moved  to his ranch.  Chas. W. Wood  Piano Taper  Expects to be at-  CRESTON in  September  While this" depression is  on my price will be Four  Dollars. Leave your  orders at Geo. H. Kelly's  Di-igstore.  Sati&/m.ctio*m Gitarwiieed  A. LePage, who is working at Boswell,  spent the weekend with his family here.  With Mrs. LePage he was at Cranbrook  on Friday-for the funeral of the late  James McGovern.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd of Creston was a  visitor with Mrs. G. A. Hunt, arriving  Friday and returned Sunday.  Fritz Molander, who is working at  Wynndel, with the B.C. Telephone  Company, was here for the weekend  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. , N. P.  Molander.  Kitchener played the return baseball  game against Enstport at Eastport and  was defeated by the narrow margin of 0  tp 5.  Leadville Creek entertained another  Ashing party at the weekend, tho fishermen going up Saturday and making an  overnight stay. They report fair luck.  Ill tlie party wore E. Driffll and H. Red*  ijrtile, Kitchener; W. Fleming: Calgary;  J. G. Farm and Ur. McKenieio,  Creston. ������  Mrs, 13. Driffll, MIbs McDonald and  Sam Littlejohn wero Sunday visitors at  Kuskanook.  Miss Beatrice Molander left on Tuesday for Creston, where oho  Is  visiting  Mr... C. Fr-innon for a few day a.  .Mr. ami'Mrs. N. P. Molander, with  Frits, Beatrice and Richard, spent Sunday at Kufllcanoolc.  would provide a first cutting for feed and  sS_lI'4^s^op������u^s*_g_itiy well to be tunftsd  ^ihtfe?Li__t^r--i^_ie s&ssok for ball das wp  tfce-Jand?   ."^ ^       '/''���������]     .   .  Some of the gram crops will be tried  out in rotation, and alfalfa will receive  full consideration. tBeing a fruit district it is the intention to give attention  to berries as well, as some of the tree  fruits. If possible, vegetables will als o  receive attention.  The main idea of these sllasugtration  stations is, as the name suggests, an  illustration or demonstration for the  districts in which they are located. It Is  a forward step in linking the districts up  with the Experimental Stations, in taking results obtained on those stations  and applying them, with modifications if  necessary, to suit the various districts.  The close co-operation of all in the  various districts is anticipated.  Mr Godfrey haB had previous experimental farm experience. He is a  graduate of the agriculture branch of the  B.C. University, and since leaving  school has been at the experimental farm  at Indian Head, Sask., as well as the  federal experimental farm at Beaver  Lodge, Alberta.'  mm THEATRE    m *0  FRI.-SAT., Aug. l\mll  THE LAW  wanted hi ml  THE UNDERWORLD  admired him.  WOMEN.  loved him I  Ronald Colman  in  FOR SALE���������Loghom hena, purobredo,  ye-arlfnga, laying V5e. each. Mrs,  Aukuh Cameron, Erickson.  WANTED TO lilSNT���������For H*u  months, a house. Bond full particulars  to Frnnlclln Lovlra, 4468 Third Ave. W���������  Vancouver, B.C.  The dashing romance of an Amateur Cracksman who outwitted  with   audacious   cunning, the  keenest    minda   of   Scotland  Yard!  Tantaling Adventure!  Mystifying Climaxes!  Ii*i-5_i j._-_n R. inuiiccJ  Movietone New*.      Comedy r',  iEim mi^^^^������������* &  Ms  ���������<_ ������������������  sealed. In alni___ta_8_e_  Brief Winter Cruises  *F?eslt iffosp tl&e ga?desas*  Relief Expenditures  It Is now an assured fact that a very large sum of money will be exploded by tlie Federal, Provincial and Municipal authorities throughout  Canada in the provision of relief to people in need of such assistance during  the next eight, ten or twelve months. Premier Bennett told Parliament that  the situation tn the Western Provinces, because of drouth and consequent  crop failures, constituted a national emergency, while the unemployment  situation, aggravated by the loss of purchasing power in the west, was  more acute than ever.  As a result of this condition Mr. Bennett informed Parliament that a  huge sum of money would be necessary in order to provide the relief required.    How large a sum he did not attempt to estimate, "but took the un-  Cunard   Steamship  "Mauretania'*- To  "���������';,"Visit; Mediterranean Ports' "  Tho lflWf-ef T_pqq_������-t<rer shin charter  ~..'-7"- "~���������",*3���������"** *"^���������*" ���������.,     *������������������''"���������.���������    - .*���������.. '. ������������������  ever;made"i)y a steamship :agenc^r,  which will send the giant trans-Atlantic Cunard liner "Mauretania" on  five important cruises io the Mediterranean next winter, was announced  by Ralph peslevie, president of the  National Tours. This" enterprise,  which surprises the steamship world  by the daring and novelty of its programme, will involve financial transactions of a little less than $2,000,000.  The five cruises to the Mediterranean wilt be made In the extraordinarily short time of seventeen days.  Previously for   cruises   of   moderate  Sells Cattle In England  Famed!   Indian  Scientist  1 A.1-.  tlie "West Iuc3i63 uSu u6cn gen  erally considered the only possible  objective, Questioned on this pc_!nt,  Mr. Dellevie said yesterday:  The "Mauretania" is one of only  three ships that can make this cruise.  Because of her tremendous speed she  will be able to cross the Atlantic and  divide Ave full days among the exceptionally fascinating ports of the  Mediterranean.  "These cruises    are    arranged    for  Saskatchewan   Farmer   Makes   Good! Einstein Off the East Lives In Poverty  Profit On Sale Of 55 Head j Among His Own People  William "Bill" Porter, farmer of Sir Chandrasekhara Raman, "ETn-  Wakaw, Sask., arrived recently at stein of the East," whom the west  Ottawa from England, wherer he sold ssugHt, cut as the recipient of the No-  55 head of cattle" raised and fattened bel prize in physics, h__s been deluded  upon his own farm. with invitattoiis front   all    over    ths  Mr. Porter brought along $1,300 in world to lecture, and recently another  hard cash, being the difference be-' came from: California, But the-In-  tween the British price for beef and dlan scientist is too poor to travel.  the price at Winnipeg. By export-J He has no laboratory and only the  ing to the Old Country he made* just most limited library. The man who  that much more money than he would ha-s heen honoured by a dozen foreign  have- done if he had stayed at home' countries with medals and degrees  and sold through the Winnipeg stock- lives in relative obscurity and ccm-  yards. | parative poverty among his own peo-r  Hon.    Robert    Weir,    Minister    of  pie-  Agriculture,   referring to  the  Porter       His home is "a  smalt dark  flat  in  shipment,  said that these cattle had  the poorest quarter of Calcutta.   The  arrived in England at a time when  room in which he made his discover-  usuaJ. step of asking for a "blank cheque"; in-other words, any amount con- j business  men  and  women,   including  sidered necessary with no limit whatever imposed.    Parliament authorized. week-ends,  the seventeen days occu-    the issue of such a cheque. pied on any one of the trips is just j the market waa   flooded   with   Irish ies concerning the nature of light haa  Unquestionably there is dire need for large expenditures for relief. They j about   equivalent   to   the   usual   two ��������� cattle.      Otherwise Mr. Porter would a stone floor, a leaky ceiling and bare  must be provided.   No Canadian is prepared to see a fellow citizen suffer for weeks'   vacation.     There   is  no  time j have netted  $2,000 instead of $1,300 walls, but visitors forget the shabby  lack of food, clothing, shelter or fuel, not to mention the possibility of dying t wasted.    The passengers "Will get to  from starvation or freezing to death.   But while there are thousands of suchj the sapphire blue waters of the gre&t-  btlt   ���������'hov  _ ��������� _-1 ,_  _igx_cc_.t.  wholly deserving cases, there are many people who can get along without re-jest inland sea  in a  hurry, ^  lief assistance who will look upon the expenditure of large amounts of pub-1 will have plenty of time to enjoy new j brought a peak price of ������26 3s. per slight stoop.  lie money as just so much 'easy" money and wiii be out to get their share ( climates and scenes before this great | fcea3..     <T-he Minister remarked  that European sfc  ship brings them back again to this  side. They will oover three continents  and four countries." v  Minimum   rates for  the   five Med-  of it.  Right at the outset it would be well if each, and every Canadian taxpayer  would get the fact firmly established in his mind that this is not "easy"  money; that tt is in reality the hardest kind of money,���������borrowed money on  which he "will have to pay interest probably to the end of his days.    It is his  money and it is in his own interest, therefore, to see that not one dollar is j big Cunarder will be $245.00 for the  wasted or u__r_ece ssarily expended. j round   trip.     AU  passengers   will  be  It perhaps cannot be too often stressed that there is no magic source of j First Class and have the full run of  money supply for governments, and, further, that governments are but comY the ship. The regular trans-Atlantic  mittees of management administering what belongs to the people. Every service, including a la carte menu in  dollar of this relief money must be borrowed; upon every dollar borrowed the dining room without extra charge,  interest must be paid every year; every dollar of interest must be provided wiI* *>e used on these cruises. A ser-  by the imposition of taxation upon the people; every dollar of taxation iin-ies  of  shore   excursions will  also  be  above Winnipeg prices. surroundings in his vivid personality.  These   cattle   averaged   1,070 - lbs.,'     Sir Chandrasekhara _ Is    only    43,  tall    and   broad-shouldered,   with    a  He    dresses    in . the  style, with a white turban.  Porter's was one of the best finished his only concession to the native cus-  shipments to leave this country.   The  torn.  gain of $1,300. he said, was calculated ���������"'   "I have little or no means of con-  after all expenses of the trip to Eng- tinuing   my   own   studies,*?   he   said,  iterranean cruises to be made by theliand had been deducted.. "ahd unhappily there is little realiza-  "There is no market in the Old tion ih my country of the importance  Country" said Mr. Weir, c,for our of research, although it is remark-  really poor cattle. If cattle are below able that the jgreatest contributions  the two top grades the British people to science in India have been made by  prefer to buy Argentine beef." i Indians who had no foreign training."  ������������������  j     Like Einstein, to whom, he often is  All mothers can put away anxiety compared,  this Indian physicist is a  regarding    their    sufiEer'ng    children  master of the violin, on the technique  Deaf t Mute _pie������ Solo "  Though unable to ^either   hear  books.  posed constitutes a drag, a handicap, upon a rapid "and complete return to'included  in  the   stated  price   of  the; g^Smimito^to'give TChef^te'SecS ������f    which    he    haa' written    several  better times, an overhead expense to be carried and paid for throughout the cruises. . .   I are sure and lasting.  coming years by every business man, every farmer, every workingman. |     Ports which the  "Mauretania" will  Therefore, every person unnecessarily demanding and unjustly receiving, visit on her Mediterranean cruises  relief he can get along without, is prolonging the period during which, the wil1 ^ Cadiz in Spain, Gibraltar, Al-  extenslon of relief to some will be necessary.    Such persons may even be  giers    in   North -'Africa   and   Ville-  The  cruises  will  December    17th  accentuating conditions which, in the long run, may force him into the position where he himself cannot exist without relief.  It is in the interests of one and all that relief expenditures be kept within bounds, held down to the actual needs of the situation, rigidly restricted  to those who cannot possibly exist without some help.  Communities, as well as individuals, should not be cut to get as large  an amount as they possibly can, but rather should be seeking out ways and  means whereby they can. get along with as little as possible in the way of Nice and Cannes  relief expenditures. There are hundreds, yes, thousands of people, who by a lo������vo New Yorl  little thought and self-sacrifice could help other people in this time of stress (Christmas^and New Year's^Cruise)^  fiiad emergency and thus appreciably reduce the number requiring public January SftJl' January 2.th, February  assistance. Many people who can afford to do so, and even some who can ill |15th, and March 6th.  afford to do so, have in a sense "adopted" some out-of-work individual or  family in need and, in many little ways, are making it possible for them to  maintain themselves, with added confidence and self-reliance, thus reducing  the demand upon public funds and checking the spread of "the spirit of the  dole."  or  ^���������_e__k, Edward *T, *Pa5n5e has naatle a  franche on the French Riviera. A day������   ^T    ������������____. *��������� ������������������ ���������__-_���������Y|������������������,���������     n^,.. y.^,  _    _ ���������     ��������� . ,    ���������     ,      ...    ..    . solo night in an aeroplane.    This fol-  will be spent at each port with  the - _    .      .  - - . -   _-_=..    _.  ~~    * "    ~,, Z      Yy        -_.        ������.   flowed aDout Ii hours of dual utstruc-  exception of Villefranche   where the  ^ &t Walker ai        t> windsor. It ls  "Mauretania" will anchor for two^days  beIi���������ved ^^  tbat he fe    ^    ^  to allow her passengers to visit the  most fashionable of the famous Riviera resorts,  including Monte  Carlo,  Keep Etouglas' Egyptian Linimen.  always in the. stable, ready for immediate use. Removes proud flesh and  inflammation, Thrush of Hoof Rot,  and infection of cow's teat.  . Dictagraph Aids -Firemen  Records   of-every   telephone    fire-  Persian Balm is the one true family aid for skin health and beauty,  Aids the mother in additional loveliness.   Protects the tender skin of the  person with such handicaps to fly a' alarm, made in Portland, Ore., are be-  ���������plane.   He will be awarded a private ing kept on a dictagraph attached ta  pilot's license as soon as he qualifies,    the switchboard, according to Popular  ���������= Mechanics  Magazine.    When an ex-  Well Protected                        cited householder screams    into    the  Mother���������Ralph, dear. I>on*t go too  telephone,  "Our house is afire,"  and  far out in the water.                               | ������n his haste mumbles the address 55  Ralph���������But, look,   Paddy's   out   a  unintellglbly the fireman cannot ans-  long way.                                                     j wer the call, the disk may be "played  Mother���������I know, dear,    but    your' back.'  slowly so that the words caaa  father has his life insured.                      j be distinguished.             ���������         '      -���������-���������' ��������������������������������������������� ���������   .. .     . jj���������'���������   .      ".' . '   ..'',,         1  child. Delights the  father as  a hair  It is to be hoped for the sake of Canada of today and of the future that1 *������������*?. w_^l^^yi^^oUcm;.Wo  individuals, communities and municipalities alike will, for the most part, not  be found boasting of how much they got in the way of relief, but rather  will be pointing with pride to the fact that they were able to get along with  so much less than others.  Receives Medal  Gandhi   As   Social   Reformer  L. J. Burpee Is Honored By French' Makes Pica On Behalf Of Millions Of  matter to what use it is put, it is al  ways beneficial to the skin. Every  woman should use It. Persian Baltxs  cools and ��������� caresses the skin and  creates complexions of surpassing  loveliness.  Academy  Word has been received at Ottawa  Unt ouchables  Mahatma Gandhi, dedicating a new  from Paris, that the French academy  Hindu  temple,   described   himself   as  has awarded the medallle de Vermeil  neither saint nor politician but as so-  to Lawrence J. Burpee,  Ottawa  au-  clal reformer.  thor, 1n recognition of his outstand-'     *T  take a thousand  times  greater  ing work in connection with the early  interest in  my work  as  a reformer \ ^J*1 alikhtiy smaller than those  history  of  Canada,  and  particularly  than in politics," he said.    "If I dab-'  Testing New Type Glider  Fitted with windmill vanes, made  familiar by autogyros, a glider i3 being tested in GeCTaany, with flrst reports indicating that the idea is successful. On a vertical post before  ithe pilot's cockpit the vanes, like a  large four-btyded propeller, all horizontal,    are    mounted.    Tho    craft's  '.���������"������������������/.���������vy.-vA  &&���������>_  Foodi Stay ITresSi  Loitger  '      t  m  because of his scholarly editing of tho  ble in politics it ia only to stimulate  journals of La Verendrye, last of thc  my social activities."  great explorers of New France and      Ho pleaded that all Hindu temples  discoverer of the prairie provinces of should bo thrown open to the coun-  Canada. I try's   70,000,000   "untouchables,"  de-  Thc Medallle  de    Vermeil    carries  clarlng    that    the    sins,   committed  with  It the title of Laureat del In-  against these social outcasts by high  atuttt. caste Hindus had been responsible for  _  ! India's failure to achieve solf-govom-  A gasoline pump has been invent-  mont.   ���������  cd with   an   adding' machine   which    checks the amount of gasoline bought I     "A man should; marry a girl ono-  !of the ordLnary motorless 'plane. The  vanes are said to enable the glider to  stay aloft In lighter winds than croft]  of tills style.  '*/&&*&  and the correct cost.  half his own age, plus seven ycaro."  fl Bfc___-r a__li___j_B_iCSir v^5h  awp*Cf^y^?hw   *S_f9wuuB%M_i m������P513  Used If for Diarrhoea  Mrs. Bay Drinltwator, B.lfc, Ho. 2, Hapforftvillo,  Out., writOHS���������'*! ������m tho mothor of woven ahiklroii,  ami la.it Hummer ono of thorn, 17 months oldt was  takon v������ry nick with iliurrlioou, an<3 I thought ahm  wiih pfolnR to die.      /  ���������"My liunband woist 7 niiloH to boo what my slntor  had givoi. lior baby, nnd ho enmo liomii with a. bottle  of Dr. Fowler"h lilxtmnt ol? Wild Btmwberry. I ������avo  the child a fi.w donnn nnd who wan noon well ftffnin.  41 My othar ohil.lron nlflo hnd diwrrhooa at that  Umo and I jyavo tham 'I>r. Fowler'a' with ihm  tVmUUm."  Hub It In-For I^ame Back. ��������� A  brisk rubbing with Dr. Thomas"  Eclectric Oil, Willi relieve lame back.  Tho skin will,,Immediately absorb the  oil and it will penetrate tho tissues  and bring speedy relief. Try .t and  be convinced. Aa tho liniment sinks  in, thi. pain nomas, out and there are  ample grounds for saying that- it is  an excellent .article.  A Valuable Chemical  Millions of pounds of apple pomace may bo reclaimed from elder and  vinegar mills and convortod into ursolic acid, a valuable chemical recently extracted from apple poolings, saya  Popular Mochanlco Magazine Tho  Dopartmont of Agriculture has found  that thc chemical, a yellow powder,  repala water. Whon added to lacquer.., It incroaaoa tholr glojici and  wator rofllatanco,  m  Iv*.  S^:  ���������"-V,!  ���������a������*  *i*  ������_���������������������.  ���������SwIisrS  zstjz?  w: n.   u.   1003  Covered  with Para-Sani  Heavy    Waxed  Paper goods that usually  stale In a day or so stay  fresh for quite u ]onfl time.   Try  it,   Get Para-Sani Jn the handy,  sanitary, knlfc-cdgccL carton at grocer, ,  druggist or stationer.   For less exacting  uses get "Centre Pull-" Packs inshect form. ^$MWM$>  HAMILTON .    -     ONTARIO  m  Wcntern Representatives:  HUNTER-MARTIN *% CO.* REGINA, SASKU IIMIIUIMIIJIIJUI'I'JIII  -_   . Ill   I   I   II .1  I'llil  i__b-ii_-  ,Y '<<������������������:'������������������ ���������'!>>������������������������������������  _=__-!  THE   KBV13E_W,   CRESTON-   B_   ft  "Y  ���������Y/  y. !>  IjijuiltL  CHARTERED  FORMByIEST  ���������;���������;;': tiiaf Motor 1^^ ��������� ^^  Italians Plan  Trip  From,.New York  .  To Itome By Car Y'  Ottawa,    Ont���������Bound    from   New  York to Rome    by'   automobile,    via  NOmeY Alaska and    across    the    icy  stretches of Bering Strait, three New  .......     .,   __. ���������       _. ���������   _ -        York Italians have left   Ottawa   for  Montreal, Que-^wp tramp steam- Toronto. From there they plan to drive  ers^wlll^ load app^Kimately -half a to gault gt^ M-.|0 ^j^ Winni__  million bushels^ot^eavy grain, pro-jpeg and acrogs tfae pralriea to Nome,  bably wheat, at Church^ Mfan., be-|If accomplished, the trip Svili^be the  tween September 15 a^d 25, 1931. Ar-|Ion^at ever^^ b automobile,  rangements have been completed byr -The intrepid metorlsts are Giuseppe  the Dominion Government for a trial Vad- the leader of the expedition;  shipment from the Hudson Bay port ^j^ MSari g^k ^fr^o D<~*h a*  to Europe this year an^l a charter Nome they will pick up "speciallv con-  ee.~_.cate . has beex- ^euRi-ed by strUcied wheeis to use fater on ^g  Thomas Harllng and Son, Montreal, mlla of the Trans.gibertan Railwav.  "who carried out negotiations.  RISTTJKNS TO PKEMIERSHIP  The    S.S.    Warkworth, Wentworth  and. Far-n worth,  owned  by the X>al-  gliesch Steam    Shipping    Go.,    Ltd.,  have been selected,  though    no    deY  cision   has   been  made   as   to  which  One of the most difficult parts of  their journey will be the drive across  the ice of the Bering Strait. When  they reach East Cape, Siberia, they  will go to Irkutsk, covering some 2,-  500 miles    of    unexplored    trackless  two   of   these    three ' will    actually, wastelands.   From Irkutsk they will  Drive AgaiDsi  Five Alleged Leaders Of Communist  Organization Are In Custody  Toronto. Ont.���������With the arrest by  the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  In Vancouver, B.C., of Malcolm L.  Bruce and. Samuel Cohen^ "alias  Samuel Carr, five alleged leaders, or  "key men," of. the Communist organization In'Canada are in custody of  the authorities.  Bruce is a former editor of "The  Worker," a Communist paper. He  Is 54 years of age and was born in  Prince Edward Island. He is a carpenter and has, lived in Los Angeles,  Csi.. and various cities of Canada. In  May, 1923, he was charged with sedition In connection -with the Besco disturbance in Cape Breton.  Cohen is 24 years of age, an accomplished     linguist    and     platform  speaker.      He has recently been engaged in an extensive tour of west-  Hon. JYD.   Stewart,- Conservative ern Canada,  leader in Prince Edward Island, who      Other leaders under arrest in the  make the trip.    The Warkworth has| proceed  to   Khabarovsk,   where "they 'returns to the Premiership after four present    campaign against Commun-  a  net  register, of   ^,94:4  .tons,    the  ^^u change the: wheels of their car, ��������� years  in opposition.  His  party won ism. and Communist literature by the  Farnworth.   y.941,    and   the   Went-! traveliihg^on rails as far as Moscow.  IS seats  and*- the. Liberals 22. - Ontario Provincial    Government   are  worth, 5,212.     They have been char-| From Moscow they will go to Rome  iered   to   load,   o,S00 tons   of   grain,  by way of Germany and Switzerland.  with an allowance of five per cent. They expect to take   IS   months    to  either way,  and  will  probably take complete the journey.  WHITHPORTS  PROVE GREATER  llttN^TYEAR  .... ��������� v...'  Fort. William, Ont.���������-The unrevi=-_d  estimate 'of export clearances ������>f -  Canadian wheat for the crop yp������.r  ending July 31, 1931, places fhe  amount at 235,898,747 bushels, according to the report for July issued by  E. A. TJrsell, statistician to the Board  s_n_issso3_ers.  'When firai  on approximately 7,000 tons each,  or a little more than 500,000 bushels.  The first steamer will load between  September 15 and 20 and the second  between September -20 and 25.    , .'.  . In making the. arrangements it  was recognized that an experiment  was being carried 'uut and an experimental rate   quoted   accordingly.  Cattle Shipped North  High Protein Content  figures are available it will be seen  that the past year's exports of wheat  and wheat flour will be around 75,-  000,000 bushels more than during the  previous, year, the report states.  The report states that the amount  of wheat in store, afloat and In trans-  It, not Including amounts in farmers'  hands, ls 119,279,545 "bushels, compared with 115,524,660 at the ������nd of  the 2930 crop year. "The last month,"  the report continues, "appears to have  been generally unfavorable to the  Canadian grain trade and produce."  The report remarks that final fig-  Tim Buck of Toronto, political secretary of the- organ.i_--_.tion in Canada,  John  Boychuk,     Toronto    organizer! Ures for the crop- year on wheat in  "-���������  ' among Ukrainians and Mike Golinsky J store will not differ greatly to those  Manitoba  Wheat   Has  Higher  Than 0f  Calgary.     All. three  appeared  in ��������� lu the previous year "unless quanti-  Usaal Percentage This Year the Toronto police court and were re-' ties in farmers' hands are largely in  Winnipeg,    Man.���������A    higher   than manded.   Substantial .bail   was   de-  usual  percentage of protein content  manded.  Shortage Of Hay On Indian Reserves  in the wheat crop of Manitoba is in-  Kegina, Sask  In Qu'Appelle Valley dicated^by Dr. F. J. Birchard at^the  pawnsHftn   A__ill__l_7J__l  ag"e or nay on tne <^u"A.ppene vaney  Indian reserves, northeast of Regina,  ���������As there was no precedent on which Indian cattle will be shipped to re-  to base any quotation, it was . de-J serves in the vicinity of Battleford to  cided that the through rate from spend the winter, according to W. M.  ���������Fort William to London via Montreal GrsJaam, Indian Commissioner,  should be applied    to    the    northern!     Reserves in    the    Battleford    area  -Owing to the short-| research laboratory of the Board of,  Grain  Commissioners   here. I  The tests    record    18.3    per    cent, i  maximum as compared with 14.5 last  year, and the average 12.2J>" as compared with 11.15 in 1930.  Drouth conditions, states Dr. Birch-  ard, have doubtless been    the    main  route.    The charter between shipper  have an abundance of hay. Mr. Gra-.footer in producing this very strong  and   ship-owner was .fixed  at   three ham said, and about 25 Indians of the  shillings, nine pence a quarter of 480 Regina district have been sent north  pounds, which compares with a rate  *-o assist in the cutting.  vof  one shilling,  six pence  prevailing!     Three cars of horses and one car of  at present from Montreal to London,  mowers and other  implements  have  .The rate from Fort William to Mon-' also been sent to the -Battleford area.  treal   is   approximately   six   cents   a'  It  is  the  intention  of the Indian  wheat. .; ':���������������?'.  Tests of Saskatchewan and Alberta  wheat have not been made-yet.  By Montreal Officials  Percentage Of Profits Will Be Donated  To Charity  Montreal, Ont.���������Establishment of a  pawnshop under civic patronage has  been authorized by the municipal authorities here.   The city .entered upon  excess of last year's total.  Refuse To Register Orieniak.  Will Not Qualify Under Relief Plan In  British Columbia  Vancouver, B.C.���������Institute Orientals must fend, for themselves this  winter, it was stated here.  Reports that the Federal and-Provincial Governments have refused to  contribute toward their keep were  verified by J. H. McVety, superintendent  of  the   employment  service  of  a contract with an incorporated firm,  ___^!^J_^.C^Z^_^!^1 ��������� Canadl, and cVty Relief "officer H. w"  Cooper. They stated they had been or  ������od Wishes -for Exhibition  .bushel, or seven cents, with insurance officials, Mr. Graham said, owing to  and storage. ithe shortage of hay on reserves near  " The rate of 3s. * 9d. per quarter Regina, to ship the cattle to the Mos-  takes into consideration the hull quito and Red^ Peasant reserves, in the  Insurance to be paid by 'the ship-"' njortherh^pstrt of the province, where  owner to his underwriters, which is they will be wintered,  -expected   to    work    out    at approxi- ��������� ������������������... .' .."..'....  ^^Lp^;^t;uS.! Early NaYigafion Of -Straits  value. of the sh ip and. two shillings a  Prince Of Wales Expresses Hope That  . Toronto Exhibition Will Be  Success ��������� "    '  -.  London, Engla^.���������The   Prince   of  or more pawnshops for one year. The  company agreed to give the city 10  per cent, of the proceeds of its business.    .  The money given to the city, fixed  at a minimum of $14.00 a year, will  be donated to charity.  .  The reason behind the^move, it was  dered to refuse to register all Orientals presenting themselves for listing  under government unemployment relief schemes.  Mr. McVetyt said that the employe  ment service had already registered   r           . . .     _ ��������� ,a few. Col. Cooper reported that his  VV^fes has  expressed  the hope that ������^ataed,. was that m-ua^peopie^ were j ofl5ciaIs had . heett  obliged  to  refuse  ���������despite ftW_ -"depression'-the fforthcom-  to ^^ ^"^one?! but wc^hesltaat  reiristratIon of five Japanese.  ing Canadian National Exhibition at  abo������t approaching an ordinary pawn-  Toronto would prove a great success.  shoP- With civic protection and guar-  The Prince, who Is honorary patron of antees, these people would be assured  the  exhibition,   sent  a wire  to Earl  of fair treatment and security.  Aviators Are Held  ton on the gross registered tonnage, i S^*son ������f Navigation In H.B. Straits Jelliooe, admiral of the fleet and head  This  compares with   %   of one  per        Three Weeks Earlier This Year      fof the British Service League, who is  cent, or  one  shilling,  six pence per!..   Ottawa, Ont���������The season of navi-j to formally open the 1931 exiiibitSon.   |    ������100 and ls. 6d. on the gross register-' Ration in Hudson Straits this year is]     Earl Jellicoe read the message from  Pangborn and Herndon In Difficulties  ed "tonnage for vessels using the St. At  least  three - ^eeks  ahead  of any the Prince at  a  luncheon at which At Tokyo  of the preceding, five years, that the the earl was guest of honor. I     London, England.���������A Reuters dis-  rence route.  Should these two shipments prove  [successful it is probable that a defin-  ilte competitive* rate will be arranged  Marine Department have been undertaking detailed observations on navigation conditions    in    those   waters.  Market For Canadian Malt  Ottawa,    Ont.���������Successful    expert-  patch, from Tokyo said the public  prosecutor there had decided to order  the  confinement of  Clyde Pangborn  Canada To Loodoia Bv 'Plane  On  $5,000    Will    Purchase    Ticket  Proposed Flight  Montreal, Que.���������The sum of $5,000  will buy some adventurous individual  passage on an aeroplane flight from  Canada to London via Greenland and  Iceland, according1 to an advertisement appearing- in a local newspaper.  A third Interest In the proposed flight,  which will take place "within two  weeks," is included.  The flight is to be made In a cabin  ifor next season, when the elevator at This  information   is   contained   in  a -menta conducted by breweries in the and Hugh .Herndon, Jr., United States  Churchill  is   expected to  be  In  full 'fP0^. f^cm ^P1^" Baloom, of the republics. of Panama and Colombia, aviators, pending, the outcome of an  operation. |C.G.S.     "N.    B.    McLean/'    Hudson with Canadian   barley   malt   makes investigation of charges    that    they., ,  .      _ -_ .        ^    ��������� _.  The charter    certificate   stipulates Straits breaker,  to  Hon.  A.  Duran*  posgible  the  development of ah  ex- flew over fortified    areas    in   Japan j P1��������� J}���������������^?? fS!!  ^l?1^  that   the   vessels   to   be   used   this leau������ Minister of Marine. [tensive market in those countries for without permission. '" " "  year shall be completely filled on1 The "N- B- McLean1' entered Hud- - Canadian barley. J. A. Strong, Cana- j The two flyers, who failed in an at-  thelr arrival at Churchill and ready aon str9-������ts on July 18i an<3 at this dian irrade Commissioner at Panama tempt to set a new speed record  to load, as no. facillttesYfor such a moment is engaged in landing sup-������������������ city reports that similar experiments around the world, have been underpins at the radio direction rinding arc to be undertaken by breweries in going questioning by Japanese offl-  station at Nottingham Island at the Venezuela. cials lor several daya.  purpose  are   yet   available there.  Hudson Bay end of the Straits. -She  will remain In the straits until the  close of navigation.  Average Yield Less  Rich Gold Discovery  Spectactalnr Gold Strike Made At Red  Lake, Ont.  /."Sioux Lookout, Ont.���������Discovery of  la rich vein  of gold,  said  to be one  of the most spectacular gold strikes Government Report; Estimates Aver-  ever made In   Ontario,    Is   reported ������#e Spring Wheat Yield  here.  The  strike  was made  at  Red!     Ottawa, Ont.���������The crop report Is-  Lalcc on an island four miles from sued *>y "ne Dominion Bureau of Sta-  the Howey gold mines.                          i tlstics estimates tht^avcrage yield per  News of the discovery was confirm-'acre for *PrinS wheat at 54 as corned by J. A. Munroe, who made the!Parc<! wiKh *������������' the long term average  find himself, and who flew out from'shlC0 records wore first collected. Tho  Red Lake by. aeroplane. Although Its! rfcPort ls "^ on conditions as of  extent has pot yet been discovered! 13vily S1 Iast- In n 'tovxnev report,  progress to date gives. Indications of baaocl on conditions on June 30, the  ii valuable stHko, average yield was placed at 56 so that  Ono wall of the vein has been un- conditions! have fallett.off two points  covered for a distance of 750 feet,'! duelaff the month. Last ye^r on July  and six pits have boon sunk, varying 31 tlle condition was estimated as  *rom six Ucet to 15 foot in depth. Vis- 8B- *tt" Ll>" J^Hiric. provinces the per-  lble gold extfttH In each pit. Prospcc-; c*ntagfc ^ Manitoba for nprfng: wheat  torn are heading a rtuahtq the sur-'la P^ced at 06, in Saskatchewan at  42, and In Alborta at 17, all baaed on  coiulitions m^ of July 1.   ��������� '.  BRITISH ATIir_I_TES ������1VE GOOD DISPLAY  founding district to stake available  land."''  Oiinadn Will Olifuirvo FIhIi Week  Montreal, "Que.���������i;anada'������' flB'h. week  Germnnfl lnvlte<l To Con ferenco  Basel, Switzerland,���������A conference  will bo observed from September 13 at whlch th0 cntlre l^oblom of credits  to 113, it was announced by A, H, Brit-Jto ������������������nany can be clarified was detain, president of the Canadian Pish- cided upon by the committee of ex-  erifls' Assoolatlon,     This year, as in' P*rtH Prc^tlod over b3" A,bort H* ���������8  the /past, the cooperation of both  Federal aind Provincial Governments  would be ijecured, said Mr.. Brittaln.  KT.    23.-   V.    1003  gin, of _Sfew York, and Invltatlona  were sent to the Rolchbank proaldcnt,  I-Tnns Ifiifther, ami to interested German and foreign bankii to come tc  the advertisement states, giving no  details of the identity of the sponsors of the flight. .  Cardinal To Resign  Cardinal Pacelli May IteMlgn As Papal  Secretary Of State    ���������  Vatican City. ��������� Semi-official confirmation of reports that Cardinal  Pacelli Is to resign as papal secretary  of state come from tho Vatican.  He has sought the Pope's permission it was sold, but the Pontiff asked  him to wait until the difficulties with  Italy over the Catholic Action organization are settled.  It Is believed that some sort of accord on that issue will have been  reached by autumn and that the cardinal will retire from Ida office in  November or December.  Must Defer Western Trip  Ottawa, Ont.���������Owing to tlie lateness of the parliamentary session,  lioju. ___. In. Rhodes, Minister nt i _sli-  .erics, has found It necessary to defcu  until next nummer hia journey to  Paciflo Coast Fisheries, The Minister  had. intended i& upend ��������� several weeko.  In British Columlbbt at the height of  the fiahing semfon thla year.  Although Uio Opcford and Cambridge athletes went dawn to defeat in  the Internationa) meet with Harvard and Yalo Universltloa of the United  States, above are two Iflngltshmen who gfave a ffood account of themselves.  Above Is W. Denlfio.1, of Cnmbrldgo, breaking: tho tape at the end of tho  three-mile raco which ho w-oix, yrhilv Uitmt lu Goodwllllo, of Oxford, who  turned back atrong opponltion to win both the 100 and 220 yard events, a  remarkabto lent.  May Attempt World iK__Kht  Seattle.���������Olllceti of the Shell Oil  Company here admitted that fuel  supplier* had been nent to a base In  tho Aleutian Island, Alaalia, for Captain Wolfgang? von Gronau, German  aviator, now at. Reykjavik, Iceland,  giving rlHi. to th*bt)]lcf In Seattle  that l������������ *!ont������mgilwt#������������l mm wwund-thc*  I world fl-^lit* T'HB  CBESTOH  BETIB1?  ���������firiB      mmmj  ������a    ___  and D@!������s.s  On Your New  Grain Truck Tires  4"* ALL on ns, Grain Men, for  x-* those new tires yonr grain  track needs. Save money. Get  yonr tires the day yon order  theioau  Right here in oar shop we've  got your size in the greatest  value tire ever boils for grain  track service. It's the Good-  j-ear Heavy Duty. It*s a tire  nuiit for use on the roughest  country in this district. It has  a specially built, strong, tough  Supertwist   cord  carcass   and  a : , I    *������������-wwtj ������__ <nn i  Buss^rs^f������<:_������_.   jae_r-frxaasragg    s_eam_a  Fully guaranteed. G"il  price on your size now*  CRESTON  MOTORS  la. C. McFARLAND  Manager,  Phone 10  have taken the  evening   of  September  1th, Labor Day, for a dance in the Park '  Pavilion. _  LOST���������Wrist watch on chain.  Finder leave same at Review Office and  receive reward.  E. W. Payne and son, Ted, who have  been employed "at Empire, Oregon, fcr  some time past, arrived home on  Tuesday.  After paying all expenses there will be  a sarplus of about $125 on the hospital  dance at the park auditorium Friday  evening last.  WANTED��������� About 50 purebred  Barred Rock or Rhode Island Red  pullets, price must be right. Enquire  Review Office  Dr. Lowe, a former - Kaslo, On the pretex of aiding the un-  resident, has returned from Van-, employed Kimberley trustees are  eouver to establish as a dentist at after the department of education  and   public   works   to   provide  funds wherewith to clear the high  Mrs.   J.   E.  reopeus    her  music classes on September 1st, and  has  a limited number of vacancies for piano  our  Johnston  Septembe:  ���������m  rvr   mm*********i  _     V/4.      V   _���������<������.&_���������������' _  and elocution. Pupils hold medals from  Aiberta and East K!ootenay festivals.  Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory examinations or Roy?*! Academy.  England, as desired.  Canyon City  Rev. Mr. Anderson of Nelson was  here at the weekend and took service in  the   Swedish   language   at  the  United  Church Sunday afternoon.  Miss Emily Nygaard, who has been  visiting with her uncle at Great Falls,  Montana, for the past few months, has  returned home.  Mr. Hales of Blairmore, Alberta, has  just completed the purchase of ten acres  of the Ole Nelson ranch, opposite A.  Wickholm's, on which he will later erect  a residence and come here to live.  Arvid Samueison is off work this week,  due    to   a   damaged    knee  which   he  Kaslo.  A hard surface road from Pentieton to Kamloops is being considered by the minister of public  work..  The Courier states that over  100,000 acres have been burned  over by forest ������res in that district,  thisyear.       .      -  Vernon is now pumping part of  its water supply from Kalamalka  Lake at acrist *-of 2V������ cents per  1000 gallons.     v  Bank of Commerce five dollar  bills that have been raised to  twenties are in circulation in  East Kootenav.  Rev/R. N. Matheson, United  Church pastor at Ki n_ber!ey9 has  received s. call to pollingwood  Church, Vancouver.  school grounds.  Cranbrook Courier: If being  able to buy liquor and get drunk  is an indication of returning  prosperity, then good times for  Cranbrook are just- lurking  around the corner.." No less than  five cases were up before Police  Magistrate Leask within the past  few days.  C- o*  AUGTIONEjifc  ORESTON      Y^f    B.O.  Sales conduc ed in any part, pf Valley.  Arrangements for sales can be made  with Chas. Murrell.  m  CHOICE WYNNDEL PROPERTY FOR SALE  11 Acres of the most valuable land at  Wyisnde! to be sacrificed for $3500. if  sold for cash before October 'Is*.   'The!  irrigation system and  improvements    cost  d������_>_\_-.v * T-.r_.-__  .n<~-.<*-~..3 -..;_. *,.vti,. i.  ..Ii.**".   .   -0*>  other  permanent  the-.owner _pver  .povvir.     x������pp_y     Co-Operative       Jnruit  Growers' Association, Wynndel, B.C.  .. _F*ut e new Goodyear Tube in every  fMt(P 4Stuings.  GOODYEAR! 63EAVY DUTY  Local and Personal  Miss Jessie White of Fernie is a Creston visitor this week, a   guest   of   Miss  JoespMne Pedersen.  Miss Bruce Green, R.N , is spending a  few days with friends in Lethbripge,  Alberta, this week.  Miss Evelyn Rogers left on Thursday  last on an extended visit with friends in  juosn Age_G3, Cs___.  Fred LpwIs, jr., of Canal Fiats, was a  weekend visitor with his parents, Mr.  and Mrs   Fred Fewis.  In the absence of H. W. McLaren the  vendor,s store at Creston is in charge of  Mr. Wallach of Nelson.  Service at Christ Church on Sunday  will beat 7.30 p.m. The rector will be  at Yahk in the morning.  Alf. Speaker of Creston Motors  mechanical staff, returned on Sunday  from a short visit at Nelson.  $30 was the contract price of the drain  being put in at the labratory of the high  school, and not $130 as stated last issue.  Mrs. Armstrong and daughter, Eva.  of Nelson are visitors here this week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Armstrong.  FOR SALE OR RENT���������Five room  house on Barton Avenue, good location  Apply Axel Anderson, Victoria Ave.,  Creston.  FOR LALE���������1930 Ford light delivery,  runs and looks like new Run only 4700  miles, price $425. Apply P.O. Box 117,  Creston.  Creston Valley Post Canadian Legion  K. Andrew, who has occupied the  residence on the Pochin ranch for some  months past, has moved back to, Erickson where he is occupying a new home  built on his ranch there.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Knott and their  daughters, Frances and Mrs. _3ar____a_vt  of Glenlilly are home from a two weeks*  holiday stay at Snoqualme, Wash.  Wealthy apples with  color are being  arvested this week, along with  Clapp's  Favorite and Bartlett pears.   The packing     house     at   Erickson   opened   for  business this week.  ___������_&? 'fie _fi-__7_:____vs.  3 Bonners Ferry has cancelled its  fail fair.  i������3i  The 1931 crop of apricots was  the biggest in Pentieton's history.  Up to the end of the week none  had registered as unemployed at  Kaslo.  The last week of the season the  cannery at Pentieton put up 50  tons of apricots.  Dr. J. L. Lundy is quitting  Princeton to establish a dental  practice at Grand Forks.  Kaslo expects to be using  "juice" from its new electric light  plant about September 1st.  Oyama, in the Okanagan is  paying $27 per acre for its-irrigation-water.    Kaleden pays $22.  Due to uncertain financial returns Bonners Ferry Legion will  not have their usual rodeo this  fall.  At Cranbrook the police ate  endeavoring to catch the boys  who are smashing electric street  lights with catapults.  The Nu-Way cafe that opened  for business at Golden on Saturday donated half-of the first day's  intake to the hospital.  Of 240 unemployed at Pentieton the registration records show  that less than a dozen are  residents of that town.  The Dominion Canners plant  at Pentieton commenced operations on June 29th and expects to  run steadily until ear!'" October.  The    harvest    is    early    at  Kimberley.    One of the churches  in that town is having its harvest  thanksgiving service on August |  30th.  At the Occidental Company  packing shed at Pentieton a wiping machine has .been installed to  handle apples sprayed for codling  moth.  Kaslo expects' to be without  light for three or four days while  the change over is being made  from the old to new electric lighrt  system.  Moving pictures are so jjopular  id'that the' Capitol'.'is  giving a Tuesday morning  matinees this week accommodate  patrons.  The Women's Institute flower  show at Kaslo this year was the  best ever. Six; great grandmothers were guests of honor at  the show.  Lutheran Church  REV. C. BAASE, Pastor.  7.30 p.m.���������Evening Service *  10.00 a.m.���������Sunday School.  11.00 a.m.���������Service in German.  Everybody welcome.   Unchurched  specially invited.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  They Respond to  Your Voice  Words say what you mean but  the voice says what you feel.  Your voice, carried by long-distance telephone to "friends or  business as_ociatess will bring a  sure and instant response.  You can reach persons in  British Columbia, Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba without fuss or delay. The service  through these provinces is now  direct and all-Canadian lines.  Ask the Long-Distance Rate  Clerk for rates and information.  11.00 a.m.���������WYNNDEL.  2.30 p.m.���������CANYON..  7.30 p.m.��������� CRESTON.  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  bJ_i___-i____k_k_ft_a____������  A.A.i.  A"   r^   f^i i !*��������� - A   -f-iirtii.tfcirfhiiifcifti^i.t-   ifr-i*"--T'rA-iiAi,fti-^_i_ir_hri_1fcii____iB____ii-^ir_ft_i_friT___l  MOTOR  CAR OWNERS!  Give Your Car a Treat to a  PROPER GREASING  We  have now installed an   air operated  BALCRANK  GREASER, which develops up to 6000 pounds pressure  and, is capable of forcing grease into the hardest bearings.  4  4  4  4  4  *  4  4  .  4  car ;  1  at Ross  .  omanQ Bros, service station  Dealers in Shsll Products.   (jCar Washing *a.i-Speci&!iy  We aim to Satisfy.    Please Give tss a Trial.  %'mm'wm,m  ���������vm'm'vm'  "m'm'm'wr  ���������vwvwm>m'*"  .v.fr.v.w.^.v.v,.^.w.  r  ��������� A. A. A.  4iA__A__i___4___k______J__A>A*A__A_tA_������_^^  >_-____*_4_*Ai  a  ���������El!  With our large fleet of Trucks and  drivers who know their business  wc arc better prepared than ever to  give   you   prompt   and   satisfactory  Fruit hauling   service at   the  right  I.) I 1 ee, X X__- JL__ S���������j M.  J 1 v������/ L\ JLw    m i.  HS  ��������� %mW\  _#%_ m up* M% "if ��������� ���������  %m0 Im RE������ #% I   n  Sole agont for GALT COAL.  ;������.  The News claims that some of  the unemployed at Vernon hoard  up the 40 cent dole given them  in order to take in the dances in  that town.  Growers Wine Company, Victoria, has just purchased four  cars of cull apples at Vernon.  They will be processed to extract  the alcohol.  At Bonners Ferry more truck  and less auto licenses have been  issued this year. 192 truck  licenses have been taken out, and  844 auto licenses.  Cranbrook Agricultural Association would take a five-year lease  on the Arena rink and with the  aid of a federal grant put on a big  East Kootenay fall fair in future.  In order to check the reckless  use of water Pentieton council  contemplated installing meters.  On the flat rate houses of over  four rooms only pay $1 per  month.  Shoe Repairing  For prompt and satisfactory  service leave your work with  us. m Here are our prices:  Men's Half Sote^ milled, $1.2_5  "' "'. ' '���������.;';';8ewh    1.50  Ladies' Half Soles, nailed,    75  "  ���������*    ���������'���������^Ysown;  1.25  ���������_y[efl,s"'Rribber';Heet8 . . . ��������� .50  Ladies' " . . .     .40  Used Car Sale  We have a few Used Cars left  which we have decided to sell  at greatly reduced prices.  Call  in  and  look  them  4  4  4  4  4  <  4  over*  4  I  4  i  4  A  4  B"*"y      W^^      H*" |l#|  '  M      W^* B^^������ ^L   f__.     fpT^L    0^^^    ^IPtm.    ^L  tt&s     H^  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  .SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  BmA*rm���������mf**mmmm>mmr*''mmy*mM������m������mra^  All Work Guaranteed  jam fiffljB^Jff __   at       _   tgM eg gt  ^^n^ ^ff____B_g fflr ___fflfi^^fl__B_& g^B^^mHSSk LmW LmWmmm  Slm*3 and   Slarmum   aiepaivimg  ._l____������Al|i-4fcj_������^lfc������A*fcAi-_i__fc A A____<^<>A<������mm%A%mmmm%mmmmAm*mmmKkA%Jmmmmmm^  Prime No. 1 Beef, Pork  Mutton, Lamb &_������ Veal  Phone your order and receive our best service.  JSTF?i!ir**7T',vi y ', ,"iv tt1,,,,1, -;;,���������"'���������'"'    ' r;   , i,11,\ ,h,i.i:___ii;utiii.mii ������������������ ��������� ������������������ ������������������ >.,������������������ n.ni,,;:,: 'wci.'.-M-ai  TRY OUH  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH nnd CURED FISH.    .  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  4  4  1  1  ,*-.  .y~^������TO~y������.y,iir,;j^..y^.wy<>^.^.������^ . ^/������i^f*y,������n^������.^;������^>ny *^>. ^.������v^ ������^<������^������ V" V "  . THE  CBESVON- BEVIES  ' r ;'/'������������������:  ,_r / r J _������  AUOTIONEER  Sales conducted in any part  y^r;\>::    Yo'thje District. _,  ^HONE5SF.Y' ';' y Y;  ..';-GRESTON  F* H* ^A0niSOf4  REALESTATE  Listings ?olf cited.  .      CRESTON.    B.C.  Local and Personal  LOST���������Wrist watch on chain.  Finder leave same at Review Office and  receivs reward.  The directors of the fall fair look for at  least fifty exhibits in the Wealthy and  Gravenstein plate classes and would remind growers to set aside some good  specimens when picking these vari ties of  early apples.  ������VmmmVmmm%Vm*ViVm*&m^^  ft  n 11 fi 1/ a  ��������� __ ______   "ML     __  S l-f^I-U      ! IliJlJiYt)  ������  ������  Overhauled and   in   first-class  condition.  ������ Model 'AA' FORD, Heayy  |      Duty, 9 speeds��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� $475.1  4 CHEVROLET- 14^ Ton  _-.-    -^     -    i^28_- - - -   325.00  FOR SALB���������Uighorri hens, purebreds,  yearlings, laying 75c. each. Mrs.  Angus Cameron, Erickson.  Mr. and Mrs. R. J Forbes were visiting with Spokane friends at tire weekend,  making the trip by auto and returning  Sunday evening.  WANTED TO RENT���������For ten  months, a house. Send full particulars  to Franklin Levirs, 4453 Third-Ave. W.,  Vancouver. B.C.  COWS FOR SALE���������Two milch cows:  one Jersey, just freshened; other will  freshen in December. Also baled hay.  E. Nouguier, Canyon.  The village treasury was swelled to the  the extent of $1844 at the first of; the  week. This is the first installment of  the 1931 liquor profits.  Mrs. Harry Baker and young son  James, of Calgary, Aiberta, spent a few  days here at the weekend, guests of Mr  and Mrs. F. H. Jackson.  Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hassard left on  Friday on a two weeks' vacation, which  they will spend with- friends at Calgary  and other Alberta points.  I. Lizak, who has had charge of "the  shoe repair shop In the stand next the  co4Pp. store for the past few months,  has gone to Letr bridge. Alberta-  Mrs. W. Belanger of Jaffray is here for  a couple of weeks in charge'of the otnce  at Burns & Co., while her sister, Mrs.  Carr, is taking a,two weeks' vacation.  S  I FORD 'A* Light Delivery  canopy top��������� ��������� 350.00  These Gars can be seen at  __���������__*_������-___������___-  ___J_H������_K������ <A i____B_-____M������  k___-__-_n-^____HM_M_____-____kA-6BA^B*UA^^Mrf.  ���������AiAii-hiAi4iAf __���������__���������__���������  ������������������P.- ;������j������ ���������: ������������������������ -r-mm ;��������� ^^  Jardinere ���������  Bulb Bowl .-  Flowet Block-  Short Neck Vase.  Bulb Bowl��������� ���������  Blower Block- ^.  1.  =)  ,75  Flower Pitcher.���������.   Bulk Bowl -���������-���������-  Flower Block- ...���������-���������  Long Neck Vase--.-���������  Bulk Bowl���������-���������~-< ������������������  Flower Block- -.-.���������.-  1.  1.15  Hanging Bowl --'--  Bulb Bowl -  Flower Block   .90  RESTON OBUO &  nnv otade  una Qt  THE   REXALL STORE  GEO. H. BLEr.-bY  ������.y<y.v. w .<yi *���������������*��������� m'vwv  ���������w vm' ^'y^'vyp'y m'v  .; ...J  iiili_lil   _hiif_iAiAiifiiAm_i_i   Mw /* _���������___��������� m%������ 4i_li <!������������������___- i^i AiJI ��������� _fc- IS ��������� _fc ��������� ft ���������__. i ft nil i_lh_i____ii___iJLi_h������J_ ��������� A ���������____������ Ai i__^  Mr^mW^  eRANBROOK  _.-lL  UNITED  mm*tommmm**%m&mr%mW*^^  mJmm\mAm\mm _fc_i-ft |j|| 0km ___jfr__4Ww An! ,_>���������__��������� A ���������__.___ llll AiW tm\\A jL___-___.. l,__ ��������� ^������AiA_>A___ll __��������� A *_toA*JUAA  FRUIT .GROWERS  Do you realize it is getting the time when you will be  rushed to get your fruit picked.  Why not place your order for your boxes now and have  them delivered at once.  MY PRICE is ISi CENTS EA CH  '������������������������������������jr  delivered to your ranch.  You can place your order through the Fruit Companies  if you wish. BUT .insist on having a PINE BOX, and help  home industry.  ,^_-yj_LJ_L_--T_^^Y__J<i  V/������ Jt^lk.-^>^J^^VJrJ_LjJJK-^'IC3^  mwmtmmrmmmmrmp*mMm~mpmmwmm^^ vmmummf*  *mmy*rm&mnmm*fmmmmqm*u*qmm������mMV**^  : The Women.s Ins itute, who had  charge of the supper at ths hospital  dance on Friday night, had a cash intake of $45 on the catering for the  affair. .  The crew doing the pole planting work  for the new trans-Canada line of the  B C. Telephone Company are now working w eat ol here with ��������� the men in camp  at Wynndel.  Compilation of the prize list for Creston's 1931 fall fair is now completed and  will be ready for distribution early next  month. Prices will be paid in 205  different section  A. E. Davies apd Mrs. C. F. Armstrong were Nelson visitors at the  middle of last week, attending the  Fisher-Nutter weidding in that city on  Wednesday. evening.  Mrs. R. Stevens has been named a  delegate to represent Creston and District; Women's Institute at the Koot-  enay-Boundary Institutes', conference at  Edgewood next week.  Wealthy a^li^^t?^iYthb move this  week but in- limited quantities as they  still lack colorr The first niised car of  fruit and vegetables was loaded out from  Creston on Wednesday.  The smoke pall that hangs overjthe  valley helps cool things off until a, little?  later ii? the day but by early afternoon  Old Sol is going as strong as ever. Up  till Thursday the week's temperatures  have been around Sfe^in the shade most  every day.  The Pythian Sisters and Knights of  Pythias are having a joint picnic on Sunday, August 23rd. at. Twin Bays.  Members are asked to leave their lunch  baskets at the K.P. hall by 9 a.m., and  to bring along their cars in order to  provide transportation.  Mrs. J. E. Johnston reopeus her  music classes on September 1st, and has  a limited number of vacancies for piano  and elocution. Pupils hold medals from  Alberta and East Kootenay festivals.  Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory examinations or Royal Academy,  England, as desired.  &&MS 'SS gsts Sm s_f-____v  APPLE DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN  We are equipped for and SPECIALIZE in  APPLE HAULING  Will gladly quote prices on haulinsr vour fruit  '*���������������������������'���������  w      " ^to your local dealer.  WE SOLICIT A TRIAL.  I __ H _r ^ III  P.O. BOX 79  ALBERT DAVIES  PHONE 13  rt'rrT'ff't'fy'vvyifryvf'fiiryrT^'fr*  ���������%1'm"**'  C^OCiCSililtlt  Implement Owners  Befell' in rtiind that we have  '     ,      v    '- ''',, - ' '     '       '       I'       I  ���������:'*���������    ��������� ' "    ���������     i   '  A full line of Repair Parts for  MOWERS, RAKES/PLpWS  ��������� ������;y;/     '   '     " ���������;''     ������������������   in stock, -f,;:  BRIKG YOUK MOWER iKT TO HAVE IT  OVERH AULED before haying season starts.  Thrift  spending less  than  economy you can  ^sv������ taken a  consists   in  you earn.  save aaoney>  yon  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings foat������  ances and shall welcome your  account* aa  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch  R, J. Forbes, Manager  m%A������AMmmlmmm*Ummm+Amm\A^kmj4m\mmmmmmm\m  ____nA_-Uk-4_k_k__Bk<������___4k___M4uMkliAjw*i  STEENSTI^yP &, REED  ^^ --^ - .^-���������^J*- -..*.,-_____.__. ^ _. ^ _. _^ < _^i_.. r ^ t [^,lfr ^ ll( ^hm rf| n |jfc |, ^| m njli A afiiV _- ff* iTTtriftii ��������� ifflltwriftiw <_._. m ^h m<ik > <^ ��������� ^li iwH_.m <#>n ^_ ������ 4_LwdWb ti _^l_i<^_i w ^fc * i-^oni^1  TRY OUR SERVICE; YOU'LL LIKE IT  GOTO  GRESTON  MOTORS  where you get a  Square Deal  the  year round.  SERVICE as you want,  it, when you want it, at  prices that are fair to all.  ��������� ���������  ������������������ *i .���������  ���������,     i ,  NEW CHEVROLET  , Models now on  )    '' _.display',;  bl B$TQn.   SWQIQl S  Canyon St. at Barton Ave  ^lu jiM^-J-yw^-r^,r-^yriy'-,i^|'",y,,'l,,'(y''l',T|r'T Ig. "y*"y���������Ty-*up*f*Af**������mm'*'smm\  sessaEsssssaa  ma  Investments Chosen by  Head Office  m. ������������"������~������. i   i ,        _���������_���������___������_���������___��������� _������___���������         . .,    SECURITIES that protect the principal and yield  ^ a regular income���������selected with caie by our  Bond Department at Head Office���������may be purchased through the Branch Manager.  ���������mm  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HEAD OFFICE - TOHOnt0  CHESTON        ������       -       - J. S. W. CLOWES,  Branchos of Nelson, Invcrmor������, Cranbrook* Fmmlm  .r__.___.,i^i-^.i_ fit--_...--.. _I..A....__-A._I_. _>.__��������� _L.Jt .JL.A. A.  [        The Consolidated Mining &  I Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd  TRAIL, Britiah Columbia  ,. manufacturers of Amnwmm Phosphate  ELEPHANT Sulphate of Ammonia  BRAND ,;,��������� *������������������ , . ��������� .   y  Chemical Fertilizer*^     >   y:T*ip&Superphosphate  Sold by NATIONAL FRUIT CO., NELSON  ft T-^  L  \*0h  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  Brand  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM' BISMUTH *SME   l-JHiVlKW.   CRESTON.   B.   ���������L  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  AUGUST 23  AGOSPESL FOR ALL'MEN  ; Golden Text: "There is no distinction between Jew and Greek: for the  same Lord- ia Lord of all, and is rich  unto all that call upon Him."���������Romans 10.12.  Lesson: Acts 10.1 to 11.18; Corinthians 1.23-25.  Devotional  Reading:  Isaiah  11.1-5.  *%^ _AIWE������-TO cf*  "Just a moment please.  Passinsr Show. London.  I want to &ee If my little "boy can spell this."���������  WORLD HAPPENINGS  1        BRIEFLY TOLD  I Winnipeg Newspapr Usien|  _    ������___������  jExplanutlons and Comments  The Church At Jerusalem Disapproves Of Peter's Weed, 11.1-4.���������The  apostles and the brethren at Jerusalem heard that Peter had preached to  Gentiles in Caesarea,. and on hia return to Jerusalem they rebuked hint,  not for the preaching/but for having1]  gone into the house of Gentiles ahdj  eaten with, them���������the. scandal.of Lti  "You went into men unclrcumclsed  and ate with "them!"' they exclaimed  with horror. Up to this time meter's  authority had been unquestioned. It  must hav^. cut him to the quick to  ' have his actions challenged. He did  not quail, but justified hia conduct,  explaining the occurrences tb them  just as they had happened.  Fetor's Account Of His Vision and  B-s Lesson, 11.5-10.���������Webster defines  the trance &_i "a state in which tbe  soul seems io have passed out of the  Tlie production of apples boxed  throughout the entire Okanagan district for 1930 was 4,147,426 boxes.  Fifteen million eggs a year are being used in a dried egg plant in Win-  tiroegv this "being one of the city's new  Industries.  Dr. Beaumont, senior surgeon of  the White Star line, has resigned  after crossing the Atlantic 1,002  times.  During the first six days of August  95,000  tons of    Soviet     grain     from!  Black Sea  ports passed through  the!  Bospherous on the way to England,    i  Industrial    production    in   -western  Canada has  now reached  a total of ���������  f629,9173000.   In   the   period   1925   to;  1929 an increase over $171,000,000 is  shown, j  Defeated in two   attempts    to    fty  from Tokyo to  America  in a  small  'plane, Seiji Yoshihara, Japanese aviator,  will' attempt  to  back-track   the  Lindbergh route with a larger 'plane.;  Men who were digging in the gar-;  den of the "Rising Sun" public house, ���������  Norman  Road,  Greenwich*   England, j  unearthed    an    aerial torpedo which  measured 9in. in length and was un  exploded.  Sheep raisers in Kamloops, Ash-  croft and Nicola districts report their  stock in ������"ood condition., 8_nd shipments from this territory to the Vancouver market are expected to be as  good or better than last year.  The "Arcadia," hydrographic ship  from Montreal, is conducting charting  operations in the harbour at Church-  Ill. The information secured will be  available for the boats entering the  harbour for grain cargoes this year.  Only 14,778 native-born Canadians  entered the United States in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1931, according to an announcement made by the  State  Department.    In  _~_*/*  C/&SS/0/X  ���������-693  JUNIORS'   AND   MISSES'   THKKB  PIECE SPORTS SUIT  Slip-on shirt   blouse   with   slashed  the previous opening  at   center-front,   underfaced  4.43  body Into another state of being, or  to be wrapped in visions; an ecstasy."  It was while Peter was praying in the  City of Joppa that he fell into a  trance and had a vision by which  God taught him a great truth.  In his vision Peter saw a receptacle  somewhat resembling a great sheet  held up by the four corners, which.  was let down from heaven toward  him. "The vision was evidently in  its form and in its direction the result of previous natural circumstances. The "death of Stephen must have  had its effect on the apostle's mind.  That truth for which he died, the  transient character of Judaism, must  have suggested strange new thoughts  to be pondered on and doubted.  Ih the receptacle Peter saw all  manner of beasts and creeping things  and birds, and he heard a voice bidding him rise, kill and eat. ("Ira the  East the flesh-meat, which is never  hung for days, like ours, is put in a  great iron cooking-pot whilst the carcass is still warm, as indicated in this  command.")  A Voice spoke a second time put of  heaven, and the message was: "What  God hath cleansed make not thou  common." "The vision might have  been taken simply to mean that the  Mosaic regulations as to meats were  to be abolished in order that Jews  and Gentiles might associate and eat  together; but it had a deeper and wider significance���������that no human creature was to be regarded as common  or unclean, for God is- no respecter of  persons, "10.34. And.  this    "was    done  Uil ice,    <___<_.   cuia    !.������_-    uianu    up   ���������������_.������������������___  into heaven.  Peter's Account Of His Putting tha  Vision Into Practice, 11.11, 12.���������Just  at this juncture three men stood before the house and the Spirit bade  Peter go with them.  "One of the great secrets of spiritual progress is to discern what the  Holy Spirit's errand is for ua in the  immediate task. We must submit the  present moment to His counsels. We  must not dwell in some remote morrow and overlook the privilege that  Is near. As God giives us daily bread  He also confers upon us a daily mission."���������J. H. Jowett.  Peter's Account Of His Reception,  11.13, 14.���������Cornelius explained to  Peter how he, a proud Roman, had  sent for a Jew to enlighten him. An  angel had come to him and bade him  Bend to Joppa for Peter, who would  ���������  4-nil      Y-_-vw_      V. *-���������.���������������_���������     V___k      onrl      all      It-la      li_r_������_ <_.____  "S_W^y Zfo^SCGTTIE-  WHAT- CAME BEFORE:���������Captain Jim-'  my and his friend Lieut. Jed Stone,  plan to rescue Ouyj Stone, Je-d's younger brother Troim _3i<_ cruel Chinese bandits. JDlsgtilsini? thetr 'plan* as a dragon,   they  raJd  the  bandits'   camp.  I searched hurriedly " through the "deserted tents for Guy. A few hundred feet  stway Lieut. Jed  Stone " stood guard  with hies terrible  dragon 'plane  gleaming- blue In  the. clarknesa. From  the rlna of the dark  forests  the  bandits  .,i.|f!--<-        f.   .<������K...1        ..-^'1  stray bullets rained  'About'-', the      camp.  "Jed   returned   their  flre-    with      bursts  from,   his    machine  __      . ,   . .      -       gun,  Tat-tat-tat. Tat-tat-tat. And the  echoes resounded a hundred times from  tne black anounia.n cliffs. Adding to the  terror of the situation the thunder which  rumbled In the distance now rolled up  overhfead with a muffled  roar.  Flashlight In* hand r searched. The  tents were In the utmost confusion. Dirty  -cooking utensils, fragments of cooked  food were all strewn about In belter skelter fashion. The air was close and hot.  Scottie  sniffed  and  sneezed,   with,  disap-  "' No sign of <3uy Stone ln the flrst tent.  We ducked under the back wall and made  for the next one. As we ran across the  open space, a rifle went. Crack: A buiiet  whipped by my arm. Those bandits were  better ..hots than most Chinese.  From tent to tent we went, and each  time we- showed ourselves, a sniper's bullet went. Spat! Still no sign of Guy Stone.  I had searched the last tent without success,  and   turned  io  go.  heartbroken.  Scottie was sniffing at a heap of rags.  He wouldn t budge away, and continued  pawing at. the rags and howling to hlm-  selr. I turned my flashlight on the Utter, and there at the very bottom, more  dead  than alive,   was Quy Stone.  fm  Cutting his bonds. I shook him well to  bring back circulation into his, numt>  arms and legs. Then I helped him from  tent to tent. Each time we showed our-,  selves, we were greeted with a regular  fusilade of shots. The bandits, enraged  at losing their captives were growing  bolder and creeping closer. Jed rushed  to meet us, and ln a moment we lifted  Guy Into the 'plane. Boosting Scottie over  Into the cockpit I followed the two  brothers, and in another moment we  were rushing down the field.  A group of bandits, headed by the  Chief, broke from the cover of the wood a.  firing as they came. Realizing that they  had been duped by! our dragon, their  ���������������������-*������ knew no bounds. TKey '"planned to  riddle our 'plane' as we passed.  The storm which had held in check.  now broke. Amid the crash of thunder.  the rain came down in sheets. Then  ������7eu   Lui'-ied loose 5__s "__iac������__rro g������_n.   . -  Stopping in their tracks, the  turned and made for the woods  as they could  run. *  Givo her the gas." said Stone. And E  did. Whirr���������bump���������bump���������bump. Bt  wasn't the smoothest place in the -world  to take off, but we ���������weren't spending-  much time picking and choosing that  night.  *   Off the ground we -went,       Higher anft  higher.  Soon we  sailed  far above  the   valley,   and  **".-** a* __���������������_>__ ��������� *. *mrx\ t e������ V.  the storm out  Into bright,  clear   moonlight.  ���������*y������    -w^ki.^     e^Alr ���������  ing wet, but  happy. After  midnight. "We  landed in  Shanghai. General Lu sent for  ub in haste.    "What-had happened?  (To Be Coniinueu.)  bandit's--  as  fast  NOTE:���������Any of, our young readers!  writing to "Captain Jimmy" 2010 Star  Building, Toronto, will receive signed  photo  of  Captain  Jimmy  free.  AJ���������m������&H# Chocolate Malted Milk  The health-giving, delicious drink for children and grownups.     -     -     -     Pound and half pound tins at your grocer3  Prince Albert National Park  Important  Mineral  Discovery  Proposal T������ Build Telephone Line To j Extensive Find  Of  Gold,   Silver  and  Saskatchewan Summer Resort       j      j^a Outeroppiaig-s In Saskatch  ewan  An extensive find of gold, silver and  Erection  of 22  miles of telephone  line to connect Paddockwood with the -  boundary of Prince Albert National 3ead outcroppings has been made by  Park will be undertaken by the De- G w Seeley,- of Plat Valley, in ths  partment of Telephones,^ thus ���������ak^S Lac des Isles district, Saskatchewan,  ..-1    i *    -���������..������.--.-.   _______-_,v____   *__   .   <_ ^jjigjj  is  considered  to  t,e  0f great  telephone facilities available to the  permanent residents and tourists  registered in the park. - said Hon.. J.  F. Bryant, Minister of Public Works  and Minister of Telephones, who returned recently from a tour of the  northern, part of the province.  This.development will he made contingent upon the decision of the federal government to build a connecting line from the   boundary   of   the  potential wealth.  Samples of the ore  *-������-__-���������_-    T_^.__.._^-.*  .V WL������-        __>_. V#l_gXJ.k.  <_���������_��������� ��������� ���������_=���������-*__-___  _-_  Seeley, and have been submitted to  the University of Saskatchewan for  assay. I_ac des Isles is in section 63  near the Alberta boundary.  Great interest is being taken in the  find by the Department of, Natural  Resources officials at Regina. While  in Saskatoon Premier Anderson took  park to Waskasieu camp,, and turn it the opportunity of looking over Mr.  over to the provincial government for geeley's samples-  operation, free of charge, Mr. tfryaut  said.  Alberta Cannes! Vegetables  An appeal to" some 4,000 retail merchants   throughout   the  Province   of  Mr. Seeley, who has been prospecting in this district for several years,  is confident that the find is an important one. He said the outcroppings show considerable gold-bearing  qualities, and that from tests he made  on a cross-cut section   of   the    ore-  twelve months 41,98'- came in.  and rolled with convertible collar, inset pocket at right side and short  sleeves. Two-piece shorts with inset  pocket at each  side and  opening at  tell him how he and all his house  might be saved. Cornelius was a Godfearing proselyte who observed the  Jewish hours of prayer, and whose  prayers and alms were acceptable to  God, 10.1-4. He was living in the  best way he knew;  he was not far  From High To Low  A one-day trip   from   the   highest left side. Two-piece flaring skirt wlth1^^ tjj^kingdom  elevation to the lowest in the United ??}? toP and Patch pocket at right      ������God.a ftngeis wait  yoke  States, from the 14,501-foot peak of s,de"  Mount Whitney to a point 276 feet be- Sizes  low  sea level   in  Death Valley,  was Bust  recently made  by Norman  Clyde,  a  member of the Sierra Mountain Club.  He  made  tho long descent In seven  hours, and was the first rtian to accomplish thc feat between dawn and  CSSSjBuSm  Proportionate Measurements  10    12    14    16    18    20 years  28    30    32    34    36    38 Inches  MATERIAL REQUIRED  Alberta has  been circulated by  the  Calgary office of the Retail Merchants bearing, rock that it is a deep seam.  Association of Canada on   behalf   of j    The ore-bearing lode   runs   for   a  the canning industry. Shopkeepers are . distance of twenty by  six or seven  asked whenever    possible    to    carry'  lines of  canned  vegetables  made  in  Alberta,  Sep  Sop-  Three-  flC'l)-  arate  nru 1 a  Piece  Hull-.  ii.Mite  Blount.  Mborlfl  Hid it;  32 or  32 or  Blue!!*      Hi.-In.  35-in.  i-f.-ln.  _0-ln,  10 yrs. SVa  1%  U__  1%  12 yrs. A%  1%  1%  1%  14 ym 4%.  2  1%  IV*  16-34     5  2%  1%  1%  18-36     5%  2>A  1%  IVfe  20-38     5%  2%  '   2  1V_  Width at lower edge of skirt, size  16, 2'Mi yards,  Length of skirt from top to lower  edge, slzo 16, including 1%-iiach hem,  2014 inches. Siaso 12, including 1^-  inch hem, 24 V& inches-  Price of patten_-25 cents in stamps  or coin (coin preferred). Wrap coin  carefully.  "Now, Karl, n.a_o|. thin your motto,  Never worlc before breakfast and If  you muut work baforu breakfast havo  bi-caltfoHt      before      working/'���������Dor  J-LrtU-iJU-c!-, Berlin.  VJ.    U.    V.    -l&.(U_i  How To Order Pntterns  Ac-dream Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDormat Ave., Winnipeg  Pattern No    Slzo.  _ for    an    open  door. They And lt w*ien the soul becomes devout, th������ life charitable, and  the spirit prayerful."���������Samuel King.  The Holy Spirit ������lven To tho Gentiles and They ar<_ Baptized, verses  15-17.���������Peter preached unto them  Jesus (read Acts 10.34-43), andi Ood's  approval marked his words: "The  Holy Spirit fell on them, even aa on  us at the beginning" [at Pentecost J.  ...-iii..w  ...        ii        -���������- ������������������ ���������   ��������� ���������   Record Grain Shipments  Shlpmontfl     From     Alberta    North  Country Roach High Mark  All records for grain shipments  from the Alberta worth country woro  shattered nt the. close of tho crop  year on July 31, according to oillolal  figures Issued by northern Alberta  railways.  For the 12'.''months ju������t closed,  grain shipment-* from thc north, hit  the high aggregate of 12,084,756  bushelfl. The previous high was tho  close of Uio 10J-7-28 season, Mvhen  marketinga amounted to 11,606,030  busheln. >  Lecturer���������Allow me before I close  to repeat the words of the immortal  Webster���������  Farmer Podsnap ��������� Lan' sakes,  Maria let's get out o* here. He's a-  goin' ter start In on the dictionary.  miles, and the outcropp.ngs throughout the area all show a uniform ore*  bearing content.  Mistress (angrily)���������"In the time It  takes me to tell you to do your work  I could do it myself."  Maid���������"Yes'm,  and in the time It  takes m.   lo listen to you so  couldl  k I."  BONZO  By Studdy  -������(OCK9l WH*T WSDGt  MS. rnVSm" ito CXCRCISE  Nome  Tmm  a mm tt nt* tt t������ r������ mm ������ a *. tn w *. ������ ������ t. Hi ������-<-$ ������ ������.������ ������ ������ ������  Frlemli "There ought to be a ������po-  cial  place  In  heaven  for  ministers'  WlVttB,"  Minister'. Wife:    "Perhaps   you're  right, but I would rather go with my  htSBbttRMl*"  ���������- _ ' Ii', .iiSfs. (.u('^iVi*'-^i'V^f'hl^,-i'W'Mi,iVwiiU,K|i-.iHiri������|.-!fc.l1^Mi,(,ft>,4/v.  ,m t****,-****.**.**j,.**l|WYi. _.).i.. > ,u. t u-h,r���������.id.M.v*M������a:. M? _ti. lf/._^Mtiii^^tm^iih:^;^n^'^^^Li^iiA^^i^ii������u^. ___!_^__������__,-__m_________x_.._____._-____,__.___.__._  _.__   ._-_���������__._________���������_-___.__,_ ������������������...._. ._._���������_..__-___,,_--_���������;   mimmmmmmutmiiM ^ gxp::;:ipniws c?eestoh: b. c  e   1  v������  FREE BOOKS  CHILD  LFARE  :m_?__-1S.:hS_p,:sssi.jr������7 .aw^_s������..���������__IC4*  * *��������� wilt pt-ovea boon to mother and baby. Sound authority :  era feeding, clothing and tak.  Ine care of infant* and fcning  Children. Table* of weight,  growth Bnct development.  We wilt gladly mail the boo lea  lo you free, on receipt of your  natne.and address.  ,t__._" v-'--   c a g i e  CONDENSED'  Bra n d  Milk  CW'tO  The Borden Co.. Limited  US Georgci St.. Toronto  ucntiemcm X.c_������c vend ������__e __  FREE copy-of your Baby's Record  Book and Babv Welfare Boole.  Mmmntc . .. .m... .. ....  Address. .., B ..........  .........  *......  Hiriii(iiiiitiiniiiiiiiiini-!-iiiinBi!iiiEiiii  1 THE DUSTY  I    HIGHWAY  3     ��������� ���������  -BT-  S CHRISTINEJ   WHITING  g PARMENTER  ������j Copyright 1929  ������iHiriiiiB_iiariii!if!K!miB_-B_iiBiie������������BiiBaP  CHAPTER XXVII.���������Continued.  a  He moved away, while Angela  threw her husband a look of dread.  He put a hand on her shoulder.  "Steady," he said quietly. "That's  over. EJverything's all right."  He might have been reassuring a,  frightened child. With a sense of rebellion Angela realized it, and realized also that he could calm her aa  could no one else. It made her suddenly furious that she should, be dependent on James Halliday for anything.  She glanced at Nick, who, gazing  across the water, was apparently oblivious of the storm that was brewing behind him.- How tall,  - straight, and handsome he was, she  thought. And how impossible she had  found it to odake the sort of impression on him that she had made  so  j____a31-__    -rvrv V%rf-_* a _������___���������  . "txrt-Q--   tiro a   #*V_������a   ^HSrus*-  +m***TjAAJf        ���������KtA*      \J"lm*m.1m**.***��������� * V-A*%mm*m        ft MM       <������-_-'W       ���������������___! ___-y^  that kept kept her at arm's length  from him? That kiss should have finished him! Never before'had Angela  offered her lips without an invitation.  She breathed deeply, so deeply that  <rWh.en a man. finds an open letter  on an tuiinhabited island,' and at first  glance sees his wife's name, he would,  I; think, foe superhuman if he> didn't  read it. Remember too, -that the letter had'no beginning and no end. Un-  til I'_read it I could hardly return it  to the owner. After I reads it, I knew,  of course,whio the owner was. ^Vhat  I ask you is-���������did you 'know Jt was pay  duty to* go home when you urged me  to take this trip ?"���������  "Duty?"  She shrugged in a way that stirred  Nick's anger, but he said quietly: "I  think duty's the right word, though I  shouldn't have thought of it as a  duty, had I known I was needed."  "Needed?" She raised her eyebrows.. Her tone was tantalizing.  "Needed in what way?"  -JIf it's not in you to understand,���������  ���������" Nick began hotly; but she interrupted him.  "Perhaps it's not. I never had a  child. My husband, you see, prefers to  pick his children out of the gutter."  "Angela!" warned Halliday, his  voice like steel.  "Did you have that letter before  forYou  and  Sctbii io'a  baby's  ������wn  -JSOIMP    __  r  M/M, Montreal.  ll._JMUI._-_.__..  Halliday���������that I've forgotten that  you asked me no questions that  dreadful time when Mrs. Halliday and  I were out all night? And do you  think for a minute that even should  you tell"me' it were true. 1 would believe you? If you do���������you don't know  Gay."  His eyes met Haliiday's, and the  older man saw there something he  had seen but once before, on the  night when Gay had said, lifting her  own wonderful eyes to his: "No harm  will ever come to your wife through  you urged me to go?" Nick persisted HSck' Mr* Halliday. Whatever's. hap-  pened���������it won't be���������that."  doggediy, unmindful of Haliiday's  warning glance. ,  =-'  Angela arose, and faced himl Halliday too, arose, as if fearful of some  explosion, his anxious eyes on her  face, " .  "Angela," he said again, "be careful. This is no place for a scene.'  Don't lose your temper.  "Temper!" The warning eanie too  late. "Be careful what you say, and  how you catechise me, you virtuous  married men. Look here, Nick Hastings, you act like a prosecuting -attorney but if you'd stop and ask yourself a few questions���������ask why your  wife kept that secret from you as if  ������t were something shameful���������you'll  have other things to think of besides  that ridiculous letter from Julie  Nipps. You're innocent    as    a   baby;  Trust���������that was it. Complete and  abiding trust. To fev? is it given,  perhaps. To James Halliday the sight  of it���������the knowledge that such a  thing existed, had changed and beautified a world that was becoming a  place of bitterness and gall. For a  moment he closed his eyes, seeing  Gay's face sn the moonlight, as he had  seen it the night before he came away  ������������������feeling again the soft touch of her  hands against his lips. He arose  wearily, drawing a deep breath. He  seemed suddenly to have aged, and  his voice shook." _  "We have brought you nothing but  trouble, Hastings. We bring'trouble  to everyone we touch."  He .turned with dragging step and  went below, looking down at Angela,  but you won't be innocent -when I'm who lay huddled in her berth..      Her  fever To  Old  To Learn  t_x��������� ago  Anyone In Reasonably Sound Health  Competent To Fly Airplane      ..  - . Captain' J. ��������� W.. 0. Martyr, a retired  officer of the* British ..Navy. tookIes-:  sons in flying recently and Bis Instructor told hiin; he .was proficient to.'! at-.  tempt the test for a.class "A', pilot's  license. Captain Martyr "tried and  and passed.   He is 76 years of age.  There are many British pilots between the ages of 17 and 70. One of  the 17 years old pilots was a competent airman at 14, but 17 is the a_ge  limit for obtaining a certificate so  far as*youth is concerned.    But ap-  TkoVcmf-Tv. -   (hara    in    ���������_������������    lt-nnt.     4-~.  ������.&-. w^*.**j     ������.__**_ %_    ������_���������    kiw    _u.U-i*    n.\j  at the other end of the scale.  It wouid seem that any man or  woman in reasonably sound health is  competent  to  fly  an  airplane.  There are many people today who  never dreamed they would ever drive  an automobile. "When cars came out  ������~uey seemed difficult things ������o asai_-_  age, and they were really a job for  competent engineers. But cars have  been. so simplified that any child or  old person is able to handle them.  And although there are many people, even among the young generation, who never dream that they will  pilot an airplane, engineers are- making these machines so simple to handle, and almost fool-proof so> far as  accidents from faulty handl_ng are  concerned, that the time may come  when they will drive airplanes with  as much nonchalance as .they drive  automobiles today.  One of the wonders of eng3neering  science is the way highly complicated  and powerful machines are made to  be the toy of anyone who learns how  to manipulate a. few levers and  wheels.  through with you.   I-  _ "Stop." commanded Halliday sternly. "Do you -want the whole ship to  andlaejar? Stop at once, and think what  your temper has cost before. Remember the Ashleys. It was because you  were  angry with me that you kept her shoulder���������that  him out all-night.    Think-  She turned on him furiously. >  back was toward him, and she made  no sign to show her knowledge of his  presence; but Halliday knew, from her  relaxed attitude, that the storm was  over,  He  stooped,   laying  a  hand   upon  steadying    hand  THE RHYMING1  OPTIMIST  ������������������By Aline Michaeiia       i  the promise:  HE COULDN'T READ  Y B'l#i*Ylll__l������lWia&! I SW%  .  Y*t For some years previous to 1922  Iwas sahject to indigestion,, with headaches and thousands of stars spsrklhsg  in niy.eyes, which prevented me from  reading. I decided, to try Kruschen  Salts. That was August, 1922, and I  have taken a little in. my first morning  cup of tea ever since. I now eat anything, and am entirely free irorn  indigestion or * stars.' "���������F. C.  Now-let it be said quite definitely,  that What Kruschen did for him, it  will do for everybody else .rhc. suffers  from indigestion as he did. The fact  is that "the little daily dose" first  stimulates the flow of gastric juices  to aid digestion, and then ensures  complete, regular, and unfailing  elimination oi aii waste matter every  day. ��������� l,< .    "  Soon after you start on Kruschen  you will begin to feel the benefit.  You will^find to your satisfaction  that you are able to enjoy your food  without any distressing after-effects.  And, as you persevere, you will see  that the relief which ICciisclien brings  is lasting relief.  substance of things  hoped _:or, the evidence of-things not  seen/'���������-Hebrews xt. 1.  Strong  Son  of  God, immortal Love,  Whom we that have not seen Thy  face,  By faith and faith alone, embrace.  Believing where we  cannot prove.  we have but faith; we cwonot know.  For knowledge is of things we see;  And' yet we   trust   it   comes   from  Thee,  Abeam in darkness; let it grow.  ���������Alfred Tennysoii.  Without faith a man's future is  dark and gloomy. The man of true  faith never despairs. Faith is, as- it  were, the eye through which he sees  the all-merciful Providence taking  care of the least and the most significant of His creatures. And hence,  in the sssidst of the severest trials,  the believer in God does not lose his  heart.���������The Bidhanbadi.  which, unknown to herself, she had  ornnrn +n defend on in, times like this.  "Ph, I've thought, and thought, .and .When he spoke,his words brought to  thought, and I've seen things yota the listening.woman a. s������n se of intol-  never meant me to see. You'll confess erable desolation. ���������  "Angela," he said, so genlly that  she-knew there was no anger���������only  sorrow behind the words, "I have had,  I think, a fair measure of patience  now,- you hypocrite. You'll tell Nick  Hastings why you've been  sneaking  her husband glanced "at her. She waa|back to Bakersville every week, pre-  thinking: -It was the hurricane that  Anting that you went to see that lit-  made the trouble. It drove me out of.11? gutter-snipe. You'll tell htm why; ^u ^^q years; but there's a limit,  his mind, just as I was making an! yo1? went at a time of daSr when he'd, you know, to the.things one can for-  impression. Everything is against me!be busy at the bank. You'll tell him:^eti and���������and forgive-^and go on liv-  ���������always has been. Why on earth didj how crazy y������u are about his precious |ing witiL.. You overstepped that lim-  those silly-Ashleys need to kill them- j ^fe���������-and you'll tell who's the father lt -when, knowing me as you do, you  selves? It wasn't my fault; yet Jim; of that baby that's  coming in Sep-  accused me of any such dastardly af-  " " fair. I^think���������I fear���������that we have  reached the parting of the ways."  She sprang up. for once unmindful  of hei: rumpled gown���������-her disheveled  blames me���������holds It over me like a  whip whenever I look at another man.  I can see his eyes now���������the way they  tember.   You-  "Take that back!"  Nick was facing her���������his eyes a.  iooS" wtien thai, liorrid mctid Pushed! b!aze���������������ne finger pointing straight at  In with the news of the suicides. They I her in a way that looked, to her sud--hair_    She grasped his hand, clutch.  burned mc like hot coals. Is he sod������nly terlfied eyes, as deadly as the  perfect that he should look at me like1 barreI of ** automatic. In one sicken-  that? Oh, if I could make him suffer ^S moment she. realized that her tern.  a small part of what I suffered then,  but���������-"  Nick turned. He had evidently "been  thinking to some purpose as he gazed  , out to sea. "Angela," he said quietly,  "there's something I want to ask you  before I leave the boat tomorrow  morning.    This is a good a time as  per., had run away with her again���������  that she had-gone too far. Panic was  already seizing her, aa Nick repeated,  with a deadly quietness that was more  stirring than her own anger:  "Take that hack! If you wereh't a  woman I'd throw you to the sharks.  Go bolow. Go now. And stay there ���������  any, I   suppose.   Would   you   mind until rve left thls *>������at."  telling me If you had this letter before you came to. Kingston to ask me  to go on tlie cruise?"      '       ���������  He had taken a sheet of! crumpled  paper from his pocket and handed It  to her.  Haliiday's glance was puzzled.  Angela took tho paper and smoothed it out. She was thinking: "It must  .have dropped out of my pocket when  I was walking," She said, a trifle  scornfully: "Are" you In tho habit of  reading other people's mail?"  If she expected the taunt to hurt,  riho was disappointed. Niak met her  eyes unflinching.  REMNANTS  3 IIjsj.   PRINTS,    SILK    OR   rt_1  _T__T_i  VELVET    .        .        .        .   ������f.-LJUIF  A. McCREEUY CO., Chatham, Ontario  D-Mfi't'nultor any Wmiror from thewo un.  nightly bloxnU-hoa. Overcome thorn ������t  homo! Clot 3 out. Poroxlno rowdor from  your flruifjilMt. Sprlnlcla a IItlio on tho  rae* cloth, ai)ply with a oiraulnr mofclc. rt  nni_ tlio blnokhoadn will 1>_ nil WASHED  AWAV.   Biutlnfactloii or money roiurnod.  ������ n_ii_iimi.il II.IHII   mi i I "'".,"''." I"."   W.   N; 1������   ioo������      "  For a moment Angela paused, literally frozen with surprise. " Then,  strangely, she who had never obeyed  anything but her own will, turned  and fled. Ono look she cast behind,  only to meet Nick's furious eyes, and  that terrible finger pointing Its scorn.  Halliday stood like statue, not  seeming to move an eyelash till the  sound of his wife's feet on the stairs  had ceased. Then Nick said, and hia  volco shook: ."Perhaps���������I owe you an  apology���������for speaking to your wife  like that; but- M  "No, my friend���������sho gave you the  right,"  Haliiday's voice was quoor, and  cracked, and lifeless. Ho had to clear  his thnoat before ho added: "Sit down,  Hastinga, I can't ntarid up. Those  scenes���������they take Bome-thlng out of  mo that I can't got back; and this-.-  thoro Irdft never boon, anything like  thin. Art to thnt hideous accusation of  Mrs. Haliiday's -"  "Don't ap6ak of it���������over again."  Nick'B voico wan hoarse, Ho waa  shaking from head to foot,  "Do you think I don't trust my  wife? Kb you.thCnk'l'd demean her  by listening to an explanation? Do  you think that I   don't   trust   you.  ing at it in fear���������holding it against  her breast with trembling fingers.  "j$0���������ao! You don't mean that,  Jinn You can't mean that! What���������  what should I do alope?"  It was the first time she had ever  voiced her need of him, yet it left him  cold. Quietly, gently, Halliday unclasped the -lingers that held his  hand, and turning, went out and  closed the door.  (To Be Continued.)  The nations of the earth spent $-_,-  158,000,000 for national defense during tho last fiscal year, the World  Peace  Foundation reports.  There's scarcply an ache or pain  that Aspirin will not relieve  promptly. It can't remove thc cause,  but it will relieve thc pain! Headaches, Backache?. Neuritis and  neuralgia. Ycs,and even rheumatism.  Rc&l proven directions for many  important uses. Genuine Aspirin  can't depress tlie heart. Look lor  the Bayer cros-u:  I am so sure of joys  Which some day must be mine.  I do not doubt them any more  i    Than that the surf* will shine.  A still voice sings within,      y  Sings en and will not cease,  '  And something in its measures brings  '; A surety of peace.  The bridge of care leads on.  To meadows of delight;  Though  straight the way I journey  now,  My wings are preened for flight.  I know the spring returns  "When surly winter goes,  And so my soul denies defeat  Through its December snows.  The _Last Asthma Attack may.really be the last one if prompt measures  are taken. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will safeguard you. It  will penetrate to the smallest bronchial  passage and bring about a healthy  condition. It always relieves: and its  continued use often has a permanent  effect. Why not get this long-famous remedy to-day.and commence its  use? Inhaled as smoke or vapour it  is equally effective.  Miller's Worm Powders were devised to promptly relieve children wh.3  suffer from the ravages of worms. It  is a simple preparation to destroy  stomachic and intestinal worms without shock or injury to the ___o������t sensitive system. They act thoroughly  and painlessly, and though in soma  cases they may cause vomiting, that  is an. indication of their powerful action and not of any nauseating property.  Prince  Selling New   Line  Now Interested In Disposal Of Airplanes In South America  The Prince of Wales is buay in an  after-sales campaign with Latin  America, and Britain is cheering him  and aiding him In his determined efforts.  His latest move is to boost and help  demonstrate British aeroplanes to Colonel Don Arthur Merino, assistant  air minister of <^jllo.  Speaking Spanish and handling the  controls, Britain's crack salesman impresses prospective buyers with his  personality which in turn Inspires confidence In his product.  ., During thc wcela. alnco hia return  from his Latin-American tour tho  Prince has held numerous conferences with South American diplomats  and prominent bxjslncasi men. Almost  weekly ho entertains some official stationed in London. '  Swims   Across   Niagara  Young Girl Makes Crossing Just lie-  low Flails In Ten Minutes  Dared by the crew of the river  boat, "Maid of the Mist," little 14-  year-old Mary Bell of Port Dalhousle,  Ont., recently swam the Niagara  River just below Niagara ..Palls, in.  ten minutes, ahd set up a record for  the crossing. The old record of 11  minutes was held by William "Red"  Hill, veteran river man.  She entered the water from the  United States side and swam across  to the boat landing on the Canadian  shore. She was accompanied by a  ticket agent on the "Maid of the  Mist" and a cabin boy in a small row-  boat.  Never before has a woman attempted the treacherous swim. Miss Bell's  father ls engineer of the "Maid of tho  Mist.,e  JVf'idn In Canada  Had Their Owra  "Yes," said tho boantf\il young man,  "my family can traco Its ancestry  back to William tho Conqueror."  "I flupposo," sneered him friend,  "you'll lie telling ua that your ancestors wore in the Ark with Koah."  "Certainly not," aald the boaster.  "My people had a boat of tlu.lr owra."  Makes a Difference  "The Lord, He hates a quitter,  Bub He doesn't hate him, son,  When  the   quitter's  quitting   something  That he shouldn't have begun,"  CORNS  Lift off - No Pain /  meuEF  ..i;;!j:.:.;S::$;^..^fW^  Juat a drop or two of Putnam'a on  any aorc corn and out comoa nil tho  pain. Tho corn ahrlvoln up and dropa  off. No near, no nnin, no pinching  from tight ahoQH. Vou can danco or  walk In comfort. Use only JPiitmu.i'a  {torn l-Ktractor, Satisfaction guaranteed, Sold by druggluta everywhere^  i%| ���������������*V*|hl. M    a    k.   mmamr  hLumv  B    9   '   69        GNmBI    jJrwk    Em* _mB    *Qli__u  WL ^*m\0 mm\ *U   '^t J.  '"'" *BtM Ny*H      4*mmP PC-"  mmmmmmmm*mm*m*m*m*mmmmmMmmm^  f_BBHff-^fll  t'-BIJB   UJ-SJfigjiTOS   IBIS VIEW  Local and Personal  A. Biccum   is  a  business   vis tor   at  Nelson this week, leaving on Tuesday.  FOB SALE���������Baby carriage, in perfect  condition.   Mrs. Fred Boffey, Creston.  Mrs. Crosby and son, Bert, are visiting with Nelson friends this week, leaving on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Forster of Lethbridge,  Alberta, spent a few days here this week  visiting Creston friends, and were guests  of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fraser.  m.m^n.r,- A r ^--_- !*._ -V_l__ . I.i.tfft j f.1 ll ~fr I T*    i^ -  -���������_!��������������� ii_ 11 i-1 ���������  -^- m���������.A-A-m.-,__.___,.__,. __.-_a.-__.-_5.-A.  It is desirable at any time, but particularly so during  hot weather, to  keep on  hand  a variety of  Readv-to-Serve Breakfast Foods.    From this  assortment you can make selections that will  appeal to every member of the family.  Corn Flakes  Grave Nats  m  Purred Rice  Crackles  AUB  Muffets  Pep  Shredded Wheat  In the absence of R. K. Hassard on  vacation W. Davdson of Nelson is in  charge of provincial police work here.  The meeting of the hospital board  called for Angust 26th has been postponed on account of the public meeting  on that evening to be addressed by Hon.  J. Hinchclifie, minister of education.  Mr. and Mrs; H. W.c McLaren got  away, on Saturday for'a two Weeks'  vacation which will be spent with  friends at the coast. They went via  Spokaue where they will visit a. few  days.  Swimming at the first bend of Goat  Kiver is more popular than ever with the  youngsters. A "scooter" was Installed  there at the end of the week y Messrs  Craig and Orcutt and is proving very  popular.  Mrs. Howey of Owan Sound, Ontario,  who has been a visitor with her  daughter, Mrs. M. R. Joyce, for a  couple of weeks, left on Wednesday last  to spend a few days with friends in  Vancouver.  attended and proved to be the most  enjoyable dance so far this season, Creston dance band supplying excellent  music and a splendid supper was sensed  by the Women's Institute. The judging  of the elimination waltz was done by  Mrs. E. W.. Payne and Messrs. E.  Winchcombe and N. Fraser and the  winners were Mrs. Roy Browell, Miss  Louise Nickel and Fred Hale. The.  prizes fot the spot dance went to Miss  Irene LaBelle and ' Karry Cornwall. In  the prize drawing contests the lucky  ticket holders were Mrs. Geo. Mawson  and Miss June Broweii, and Harry  Miller and Sam Brander.  CARD OF THANKS  I'll*-   Its*���������***.#_   jrJP   ������Mnnn/w___MnHt>  __ _ _        mm.        ������������J������*|j|l������^1GiSIC_*fc.  wish  u>_  *-������-.-.___.__  VICOI.UU  The outstanding features of Co-Op. Stores are high  quality merchandise and dependable low prices.  __  .1  Oreston Valley  _-.EST0?-  Cooperative Assn.  Two Stores  ERIGISQN  ��������� -_.__,_.���������_-,__.-������,__.__._.._-.__. A. _-.-_.__.  ���������k_fl____U_bM________Mfl___Bb������a4i^tfi  ._-._-���������__���������__.__.__.__.__.  atl*s* -3c____r i____r "it_"__r "si's-   l__lir '  ft*  **  m  GSwSng you ffoodf aii  wUimfSmtw   WSaMSG   f@r  your tioiiSmTim  Hon. Joshua Hinchliffe, minister of  education, is due to address a public  meeting at Creston on Wednesday evening next in Trinity United Church basement, under the auspices of the Conservative associatio���������*.  Cutting of spring wheat on the'Dudley  Rogers acreage on the Beelansation  Farm will be under way before the week  is out. Midland Pacific Grain Company  have one of their leading platforms in  place and ready for operation.  A small staff of packers went to work  at the first of the week at the warehouse  of Crestland Fruit Company at Creston,  and also at the Long, Allan & Long  warehouse at Erickson Ciapp's Favorite and Bartlett pears are being  wrapped.  The nursing staff and the Ladies'  Hospital Committee are sponsoring a  visitors day at Creston Public Hospital  on Saturday afternoon, August 29th,  from 2.30 to 5.30 o'clock, and all are  invited to call and make an inspection of  the institution.   Tea will be served.  Valley Public Hospital wish . to thank  Lister Trading. sc supply Uompany,  Canyon Trading Company. Creston  vaiiey Co-Op., Erickson; R.'M. Telford,  Erickson; Creston Review, Creston  Mercantile, Creston Drug *:- Book Store,  Creston Motors and Shell Oil Company  for prizes so generously donated the  dance on Friday night.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Jchnson of Kichener  take this means of expressing their  sincere thanks for the kindjy visits, expressions of good cheer, "the sympathy  and all the other appreciated attentions  shown the late Jame3 McGovern during  his illness at Kitchener and his stay at  St. Eugene Hospital, vJranbrook, and  also for the many beautiful floral  remembrances.  Days Getting Shorter  and Nights Longer  you will soon need  a good  ! Bra  We have all sizes.  Also  ^ -~ jl -���������������___. _n& 6 :_. ____ ___��������� -  _________  *_____*  _#___**-  *____>  wwmmr  /������/_*_fC4>  rrvvrw ������  See our window  display.  1,000 in   :. omclair  Creston Hardware  Canyon St. East  ___!  w ���������������  Tell your  don't ask  dollars  where   to   go-  where they went.  &B  &  W  Hamburg, 2Jbs. 25c. "Veal Stew, 3 lbs. 25c  Pare Pork Sausage, 25c lb.;    2 lbs. 45c.  T^Sj-SSmmmMshm.  Sa*is&ge9  25* Ih.  2 lit  !*_-_   *9****-  A ������/r_ V M������FTT*TSm3g>     &*?*.   BS.  rmawAAJtAmA   MS*J 3. ������&������%.,   __T������?C iO.  The village was entirely deserted by  tha local Indians at the weekend. All of  them were away at Bonners Ferry for a  big pow wow on the fair grounds . on  Saturday and Sunday. Some of them  will be migrating to Golden for a  similar celebration at this weekend.  .Austin rtT   tjrj������rjf������r/w__������-      ���������__.  huci.  O. RINGWALD, Prop. ff  .gE������iisa������^s_iss^52ii-&s������-S^^  and  mrm ft rwm  mm_J*.        ^m*  _I__L  tt___l____   _____  WUM^Mkk    __   _. ���������_    _M__    VUI _l Am**m\   _____ __���������  jc-Conoiiiy jsur i ops.  Schram Tops       *.  Mason-Kerr Lids in Standard  and Wide moisth  Rubber Rings for Perfect Seal  CAJLAVJl   JLBJH.RJII \J ml mUSmA.   ^kJHE7JLIJ|  mm\ JH yaagaua   ���������_* aUb uuu. ___ ____ __- IWfll ������|M <���������__ ���������____ IMai      ������������������ -  MEMBA for JELLIES  ijj-xTiiNlyii-if ciiiyTll ������  COMPANY,   LTD.  itr '������_������-������:��������� "���������-'***:. ;:t-^^^  ness visitor here at the end of the week.  He has re ently sold out his dairy farm  to Mr McCrindle and is looking for a  new location. He was much taken with  the wheat crop and possibilities for a.  dairy farm on the Reclamation Farm.  Up till Thursday noon, the only forest  fire in the district was a blaze about 14  miles up Corn Creek which is being  takfn care of by a crew of about 15 men  who were sent in on Sunday morning.  The small crew that was handling a  blaze at Cultus Creek came in on Monday.  F. Loveday, who in 1920 and 1921 was  in .charge of the old Crestoo, Fruit  Growers nion, and since then employed  as a fruit inspector ' at Pentieton, has  just been transferred to the Niagara  district in Ontario, where he is to instruct growers how to pack soft fruits in  the western manner.  Creston and District Women's Institute have entries in all sections open to  B C. Institutes at the Vancouver and  Victoria exhibitions being held this and  next week. Entries this year are much  superior to those of 1930 and the local  institute ia quite confident of again winning the championship cup, which they  carried off last year.    ���������  A wedding of interest to many Creston people was solemnized in St. Paul's  United Church, Nelson, on Wednesday  evening laBt when Euphemin, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisher,  former residents of Creston, was united  in marriage with Thomas Nutter of  Trail, in which city they are to reside..  Miss Jenn Fisher was bridesmaid, and a  number from here wore guests at the  wedding, including Mrq, Lister who  assisted with the musical features at tho  reception.  A six-passenger piano from Spokano  waa a visitor at the local airport on  Friday afternoon. It carried Harry  Goetz, Nick Mamor and E. French of  that city, coming here from trail. Tho  party colled at Trail, Creaton and Cranbrook on a goodwill mission nnd doing  Romn boosting for tho Spokano fair next  month. At Croston tho official welcome  was glvon by Col. Mallandaine, president of Creaton board of trade, who waa  supported by a number of citizen., who  nccompanied him to thc air Hold. A  very brief stop was mado as tho party  had Btlll to vit.it Cranbrook und return to  Spokano tho samo evening.  Tho    hoHpital    dance   in  tho  Park  Pavilion   on   Friday night was largely  ������<-_!  ^^usti-frizos  TIP TOP AERIAL DERBY  Sponsored by TIP TOP TAILORS. Ltd.  Starting and finishing at Toronto Exhibition September 8th. Toronto to  Windsor and return, 453 air miles apart.  Only one guess to each contestant, and  contestants must be over 14 years of age.  Contest closes noon.September 2nd.  1st Prize --$500   3rd Prize-$100  2nd    "    ��������� 250   4th       " -    50  TFN PRIZES of ������10  HOW TO GUESS: The course is 449  air miles. The machines in the race  will vary in speed from 85 to 160  miles an hour���������-they will be handicapped to give every plane an equal  chance tc win which; means that the  fastest machine may not necessarily  finish in first place.  THERE IS NO ENTRANCE FEE.  Forms on which to make -.our guess,and  all other information from  ������* a      bW5������__iMr Sw.ii  TiivTop Dealer,       Creston  NOW SHOWING the TIP TOP FALL  and WINTER SUIT and OVERCOAT Styles and Samples.  ������S3Ql!ci������M_SSli3!  They Respond to  Your Voice  Words say what you mean but  the voice says what you feel .  Your voice, carried by long-distance telephone to friends ot  business associates, will bring a  sure and instant response.  _You can^ reach persons-in  Jtsritish uolumbia, Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba without fuss or delay. The service"  through these provinces is_now  direct and all-Canadian lines.  Ask the Long-Distance llate  Clerk for rates and information.  Kootenay Telephone Co.  LIMITED  "is^lBwi  m  1  1  1  t  O THE PEOPLE of Creston and surrounding territory I wish to express my appreciation of your patronage during my  Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Sale, the results of  which were very gratifying. We hope that,  as in the past, it will be our pleasure to serve  your every Clothing, Household, Hardware  and G.iocery need with the finest of merchandise at a fair price,, as has always been our  policy. Again we thank you for your loyal  support during the sale, and during our one  quarter of a century ih business in Creston.  ImmJ  %.  S/mk %tt___    Br-"*^  nr~H     H   ������d    B  __      Gii  ��������� A.        1mm.   0 m^aJ'    '   JL mm ui*tmj       Wm^-mmA^    J_H_^^^     J&Storf*^  Dry Goods, Groceries.    S*H0ME 3    F&T*mit*mVaf Hardware  ife:$ii������ittO!Q������it^


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items