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Array ;. /  ������^C J^jj^-P'^  Vn������      WTVT  CBESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,  JULY 22, 1932  No. 18  Silver Cups|For  Tug-df-War Pull  Trophies for Annual Competition at Boswell Regatta���������All  Arrangements Complete For  a Big Time Wednesday.  Water Power Officials Here  The main featrue of t e Boswell Reg  satta, Wednesday next, July 27, will be  tug-of-war events, both ladies and gentlemen's teams competing. The prizes will-  be small silver cups and the suggestion is  advanced that competition for these be  made an annual affair.' Teams representing Boswell and Creston will pull the  rope and paw thejearth at Boswell and  the huskiest boys and girls will in triumph  bear home the coveted prizes to their  respective communities.  Executives of the Creston Wildcats are  lining up a crack ladies* softball team.  Recruiting of a men's softball team is in  the hands of M. R. Joyce. Other sports  events have been already detailed.  Admission tickets are for sale at practically all the stores in Creston, and as  the Creston Valley hospital is to share  with the Boswell regatta to the extent  of half of the net proceeds, patriotic  Crestonites are being/urged to take up  as many of the tickets as possible. The  more the tickets on hand, the better the  chances for a win in the cash drawing.  . For the benefit of those who have no  means of transportation, arrangements  will be made to bave several tracks leave  Creston for Boswell in good time on  Wednesday morning. This service is  designed largely to enable school children  wishing to compete in tre morn Lag sports  program to get to Boswell. At tbe same  time there will be room for a limited  number of adult passengers. In order to  assist the  committee  in   arranging  for \  It. M. Simpson, of the Creston Light  & Power Co, was up from Spokane Monday. He was accompanied by Eugene  Enloe, president of the Washington Trust  Co., one of ths few banks still surviving  in Spokane: Mr. Enloe's son, Raymond;  and by M. v. Grosser, chief-engineer for  the Washington Water Power Co., ono  of tbe large subsidiaries of the American  Light and Powder Co. General Manager Roy er of the Washington Water Power  Co., was also with the party Inspection  was made of the local plant and a run  was made tip the road as far as the  Paulsen ranch.  Early Picking  Not Advised  anization  of Creston Band  Much interest is shown in Creston and  surrounding points in plans for a reorganization of the Creston brass band.  A meeting for this purpose is called  for Wednesday, August 3, in the K. of  P. hall.  There is plenty of splendid talent available in this vicinity for a fine band.  There are three or four musicians who  have played in military bands and some  who have had experience with large  metropolitan organizations.  There is choice of two or three who  can qualify as leader.  m*���������.__���������____ _��������� __._*  S.. B ^������J-=SSS.������M_ W  U������_���������_������- ___������tf-___ .c  __������  4JM.  m^4-~~  v_������x������?o-  ton Cherries Not Conducive  to Most Satisfactory Results io  Growers.  K. of P. Installation  Wynndel School Meeting  trucks will aii those who wish to avail II������?^e^������oi  themselves  of -^b^o^  their names on aslip of paper and leave  it at either Creston Farmers' Institute or  Vic Mawson's store not later    han Sat-flesser amount;.-from no^  until: March  urday evening. .Announcement of when  arid where tresses, will leave~w3_T h& posted in town. $.here -will be a small charge  made for transportation. The committee  also ask that Creston citizens co-operate  with them by offering friends a place in  any and all cars that have room for an  extra passenger.  While regatta tickets entitling the  holder to a chance on the two big cash  prizes are on sale in Creston stores,  it is emphasized again that admittance  to the grounds is entirely free and that  no charges are made for entrance in any  of the sports events.  To those who anticipate, entering the  fly casting competition it is announced tt will not be necessary to bring any  equippment as all contestants are required to use the same tackle. This will be  provided by the committee.  The annual meeting was held on Sat*  urday, July 9th, with E. A. Hacket in  the  chair.   Minutes   of   the   preceding  annual meeting weretreAd, also financial ]  statement; both were adopted;'  E. A. Hacket,' retiring trustee, was reelected by acclamation. The secretary  read extracts from a letter from the de-  education   with  regard  'aS-^gi*---^  dicated the government will pay 52  cent, for 1980 or 1931, ^whichever "  T.ft  'm$M  IS  per  the  KifcliionOmr  Mrs. Barr and son Robert arrived recently from Kimberley for a visit with  Mrs. Barr's sister, Mrs. B. Johnson.  A car of cottonwood was shipped from  here to the veneer- plant at Nelson a few  dtys ago.  Sam Littlejohn   has  home in Sasketcttnwn.  returned   to his  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johanson have been  spending a few days at the Radium Hot  Springs.  At the annual school meeting on   the  9th, C. Senesael, retiring trustee, was reelected for a three year term.    The two  other trustees aro O. A. Hunt, oecretnry-  treasurer,   nnd Sydney Abar,     Charles  Bush is auditor.   Eleven hundred dollars  was voted to run tho school   for the ensuing yoar.   The public school teacher is  (;o receive $100 per month nnd the superior school teacher 1n to receive $110.   It  is understood Mlas Jessie   White to returning to teach the -public nchool and  M.Bfl M. Sproule will  be back In the superior school  i  Mr. nnd O. IT. Perkina and daughter!  aro back from a holiday trip to Oregon."  Mr. and Mrs. Ward Devlin And family have returned from a ten days*  visit with Mr Devlin's parento at Asaln-  abola, Sask.  and from April 52 per cent; to be based  en present salaries.  . The clause with regard to taxation of  people not holding property and also  males and females over 21 discussed and  motion made and carried that no action  be taken under this clause.- A letter was  read from the W.W.I. asking for donation for school children's prizes at fall fair1}  and the sum of $25 was 'donated. A  letter from the Creston Valley hospital  Bsking for a donation toward the building  fund was read and $25 was donated.  The matter of appropriation came before the meeting, the secretary giving the  figures and naming $1760 as the amount  required.   At    this   point  question   of  teacher's salaries was brought up, causing  quite a heated  discussion.   The present  salary is $1300 for the senior and $1150  junior and free   house  and wood.   The  proposed reduction X by   trustees of $200  in salaries did not meet with the approval  of the meeting, and motion  was. made  that the reduction beg$400.   This stirred  up more discission, and finally an am.  endment waa offered that the salaries be  cut by $300, tho  amount   of  the   1930  increase.   Balloting resulted in 16 voting  in favor of  a $800  reduction  and five  against.    Motion to leave appropriation  at $1700 was made and an amendment  offered that it be $1500  nnd   on   ballot  being taken 11' voted for $1500 and four  against it.   E. A. Hackett, newly elected  trustee then resigned.   New nominations  were called for and Mrs. Davidge, being  the only nominee, was elected to fill the  vacancy.  That there is a tendency on the part  of Creston and district cherry growers to  gather their cherries, particularly Bings,  too early, is the concjlysion arrived at by  R. G. L. Clarke, district fruit inspector,  who was here Monday and Tuesday. He  was accompanied 6h a visit of inspection  by W. H. Robertson, provincial horticulturist. While liere they interviewed  a number of growers and shippers and  examinied some of the orchards. Both  officials are agreed th_>t cherries in this  district are first class. BingS and Lam-  derts they mentioned as being particularly good. v  But there was one thing against Creston cherries, or. lather growers, Mr.  Clarke pointed out. That was a ten  dency to pick too 'early and ship while  immature, the rest. It being that there  was a deteriorated fruit reaching the  [ market to which it was consigned.  In this respect ih|re has nearly always  been some criticism, the Bings and Lamberts particularly b$k.g picked when red  or immature and not over three-quarters  grown. The imparlance pf allowing the  cherry to ripen acfcpf weight rapidly in  the final stages and. the sugar content is  increased, thus making a more attractive  and better flavored' product.  Tendency to piclc and rush to market  in-C_atuFely is i_e_dj& be* due to the huge  crop marketed in the Okanagan this sea  son, and which has been simply dumped  on the prairie. By waiting for maturity  of the local product, the latter can be  marketed in.. ais...'.^s^er^-S'w^i^,'site?., ;the  than dump pri<_-S curi^ ; is  stated. Another thing causing local  growers to get hot and bothered was fear  of a rain a few days ago and splitting as  a; result,  '     '���������"��������������������������� "~ .. ,  .Mr.   Clarke   also  advocated   central  packing of cherries here.   While many  growersjtput up a first class pack they are  in the minority.   Too many grower packs  are not properly put up when compared  with  a  central  pack-  of   t___sfori__  five  pounds per basket.   Many grower pac-ka  only run from four and a quarter to four  and one half pounds.   In was also stated  that it would be advisable for growers to  ask the advice of associations or shippers  through whom they are shipping as to  when fruit is mature and in  proper condition for picking.   Such shippers know  the market demands and are interested  in getting returns to the growers which  they can never do^with immature fruit.  Points which the inspector emphasized  were:   Cherries, like prunes, develop  in  weight and flavor the last few days and  shipping qualities ace greatly improved.  Messro Robertson and Clark were of  the opinion that there are many cherries  classed as Royal Annes that are of tho  earlier  Yellow  Spanish   or  Centennial  varieties, both of which are much" earlier  than Royal Annes;  the latter coming in  at the same time asJlBings.   The Lamberts come in a week or ten days later  than the Binge.  A high tribute was paid to tho quality  of local strawberries and raspberries,  and with proper care the district's reputation for cherries could be equally ns  good, it is held.  Installation of officers of the Knights  of Pythias lodge was held on Thnrsday.  July 14, with installing ofiicer Brother  Dr. Henderson in charge. There was a  large turnout of members to witness installation. Officers for the ensuing six  months'term are:  Chancellor Commander, R.W.A.Mas-  well; vice chancellor, V. Mawson; prelate, F. juagen; master of works, E_. C  Clarke: Kteeper of records and seal, F. J.  Hale; master of finance, O. Bell;  jnaster of arms, W. <x. Hendy; inner'  guard W. Ferguson; outer guard, A.  Beridetti.  Small Fruit Crop  Movement He  Strawberries Completed��������� Market for Straws and Rasps Good  ail Conditions Considered-  Cherries Not so Favorable.  Farmers' Institute  Enlarges Facilities  Steady progress is being made with  the addition to the premises of the Farmers* Institute here. The new structure  at the rear of the store is 30x33 feet and  will consist of two storeys with a 9x11  foot egg storage basement.  The egg storage plant will supply a  long-felt want, and release needed  room  in the present store building for other  purposes.   It is constructed of concrete  and wiil be insulated with double walls;  there will be very little variation in temperature at any season oi the year  g The addition will be used for general  store  purposes.   Construction is   being  done by day labor under the superinten-  dency of Axel Anderson.  The Institute is handling  ingly heavy volume of egg!  aU of which are marketed along the Crow.  Two thousand three hundred and seventy  dozen eggs were handled in June;   that  \\ r\mXia.'Hw������mmm       ma     imm\Tm*r*.m*i-eiA      oo     -_������������__������?���������*���������_������_���������    T^js****  rather light, s some months between  four and five thousand have been taken  in and marketed.  Movement of strawberries from Creston and district was completed a few  days ago. Returns to growers for this  crop should be fairly good, according to  officials of the Co-op and other marketing agencies. .  Sixteen express cars of straws were  shipped from Wynndel. Thei c. 1. output totals a few cars less.  The Creston 1. c. 1. shipments approximate2,500 crates, tn spite of prices  not being normal, the local situation in  this respect is stated, all things considered, to be "absolutely favorable."  There is an Al crop of rasps. These  are moving out steadily. The returns  will be fairly good. Competition with  the coast product is not so keen because  of heavy rains there lately  Mixed pool cars of rasps and cherries  are going out from Wynndel almost  every day. In another week, should the  dry weather continue, rasp harvesting  will be completed.  There is movement in some volume of  black and red currants.  Situation with regard to cherries is not  an increas-1 so good.    No demand for Royal Annes.  practically' Okanagan has ah immense crop, flooding  the prairie markets.    This has Btamped-  ed some local growers into picking   and  shipping immature  Bings- whereas  by  holding eff ss. few days they^ will * have  a  better shipping   and more marketable  product.   There will  be  the additional  advantage of not haviug to face a flooded prairie market, as the Okanogan crop  is about done.  '"���������* y'zz^'jp&ts.jt  A very pretty and quiet wedding was  solemnized iii' the Roman Catholic  church, Creston, on Sunday, July 17th,������  at 7 a.m., when Alice Rose, fourth eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. LaBelle  became the bride of Francis P. Garrett.  The ceremony was performed by Rev.  Father Choinel.  The bride, who entered the church on  the arm of her father, was gowned in a  suit of beige and "brown with hat and  shoes to, match. She carried a bridal  bouquet of La France roses and baby's  breath. She was attended by her sister  Opal who was gowned in a suit of red and  wh te with hat and accessories to match;  she carried a handsome bouquet of  American beauties and sweet peas. The  groom was supported by the brother of  the bride, Telesfore LaBelle.  After the wedding ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride at  which only relatives were present. Following tlie reception the happy young  couple 'loft by motor on a honeymoon to  be spent in Spokane, Washington, and  Kalispel, Montana, visiting the bride's  sister. Mrs. Byornely. Upon their return  Mr. and Mrs. Garrett will make their  home at Blake, where Mr. Garrett is  employed by tho C.P.R.  Tho bride's going away costume was a  Buit of green chiffon velvet withjeoat, hat*  and accessories to match. The groom's  gift to tho bride was a Ford roadster.  -J"Y_3������?S  ospl  Board Meeting  Nearly ail members of Crest-oo Val!*y  Hospital Association attended the postponed board meeting held on Tuesday  evening. Colonel Malandaine was in  the chair.  Correspondence included letters from  Wynndel school district enclosing $25;  frOBa Canyon Ladies" Hospital Auxiliary  enclosing $15.  A committee report indicated that Dr.  Olivier would continue to maintain his  office in the hospital, such arrangement  being to best interests of the institution.  Another report favored maintainance of  the hospital in present quarters for one  year with same rent as heretofore. Arrangements endorsed.  On recomendanion of the chair, and  in recognition of satisfactory service,  salary of Assistant Matron Downs waa  advanced to $40 per month.  Following suggestion of Rev. T. Scott,  it was decided to install a register In the  waiting room containing the names of  patients and their religious denominations.  Accounts totaling $231.35 were ordered  paid, leaving a cash balance on hand of  $62.90  Emf*Im^Bi*m%&n  Jf. E. Healey* who underwent an  operation for nppendecitis at Cranbrook  hospital earlier in tho month, returned  homo a short time ago. He Is greatly  Improved In health.  Robert Ham Iton of Ynlik, is spending  part of his holidays hero* the guest of  Poter Heric. <  The annual Bchool meeting was hold!  a week ago Saturday. R. M. Telford,,  retiring trustor-, was re-elected by acclamation. No extra taxes had to bo  voted, but taxes will be a couple of mills  higher on account of lower assessment,  the Arrow Creek district having been  spparated from thin area.  Charles Moore has returned from  Nelson and plans on being at home here  for the ensuing two weeks.  Wynndlal  Mrs. II. B. Stampon, Kimberley, was  a recent visitor at tho homo of her  brother, C. Leamey.  Mrs. Dunseath; who haa been at tho  conBt, has returned lor tho holidays.  E. Lo Barge, who has been holidaying  here, has returned to Vancouver.  Miss L. Lelmon who has been helping  with the berry harvest, loft a few days  m������ for Proctor.  Carl WIgcn was 1 ii town Saturday and  reports t at splendid cottage accommodations are available this season for  those desiring nn outing on tho main  lake at Twin Bays. Quito a number of  visitors aro looked for during the holidays because of tho increasing popularity of thla lake resort.  Notice to Bandsmen !  All Bandsmen and those interested in reorganizing the Creston   Band    are   requested to  attend a Meeting to be held on Wednesday*  August 3rd at 8 P.M. in the K. ofP* Hall*  over Exchange Barber Shop. Those wishing  to take an active part please bring instruments  as we wish to know just how many we can get  for a start*   A ll welcome.  VS/mU       *m>m-.A*mm       Tm^mjAs,       AT** *\Q WT        ������/    P  WflU MOSe JLOage i\o* 6y$ J%.* Of Jr* THE   HE VIE W.   ^SEESTOK.   H.   a  Contract Bridge  . ������������������-������������������  CAN YOU ANSWER THESE  talii-STiONS ABOUT BABY?  "Why:   does   a   baby.cry   at   night?  How    much    should    ho    -weigh?  "When BhouW he creep���������walk���������talk"?  -   How   much   food   does _ he   need?  "What   makes   him   too   thin=���������fat?  "You will find helpful answers to  many questions about baby in  "Baby Welfare.** Write today for  your copy.    Use coupon below.  The Borden Co.  Limited,  50  Pow������U   St.,   Vancouver.  B.C.  G������nilM������en:  Pleaaa   (end  _n������  fr_o  eoj������y   ������f  booklet   eatillod   "B*-T   Welfare."  Name .    .... ___..._.. ;.���������.....i  \  Ad&rett  -O.W. I*  _  J  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Sir Richard Trefell who developed  methods of spreading- smoke screens  and the use of tracer bullets is dead.  An invitation to join the League of  Nations was accepted by Turkey at  ������ special meeting of the national assembly.  By Hamlin B. Hatch, Olympic Champion, Cavendish Club, Toronto  The Responding Hand:���������Partnership, and all the word implies, is the  fundamental factor Ira successfull contract playing. And it is in the responses between partners that the  precise truthful facts about the. combined hands, are conveyed to the respective partners. This can be done  quite accurately provided tiere is no  Interference bidding. The purpose of  this article is to show methods of  correct response bidding predicated  on the assumption that there is no  Interference bidding.  The original bidder opens the bidding with ia bid -of one. This bid immediately tells the partner of the bidder, that the bidding hend contains at  least  three or four high cards, and  that  the  original bidder thinks^, that  these high cards, under average conditions, will take from, two to three  tricks against any bid the opponents  may make. The bid also  says,  that,  in the declared suit, the bidder guarantees that he will take a minimum  of four  to  five  tricks,  provided the  deal is played in the original bid suit.  Normal expectancy In the responding hand is three taking tricks in the  declared suit. The    responding    hand  then, with three or less taking tricks  in the original    declared    suit    must  deny the original bid by either a pass  or  another   declaration.   It  must  be  KETTLE 'N ALL  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JULY 24  THE DELIViSRANCE AT THE RED  SEA.  Golden Text: "Jehovah is my  strength and song, and He Is become  my salvation."���������Exodus 15.2.  Lesson: Exodus 13.17 to 15.21.  Devotional Reading: Psalm. 37.1-7.  ^iiitR^3ligip_i^i  L&RC E_ DOU BLE BOOK  ^l1-*r0^tl_^!_V^ES^  =P'i-t������-_=-S'jrYV*-0;t������"CJA:H -tSVt,V  AVJOAO^l*_Ll_!rATd|.^MTS_  New War Toy  Meat purchased    for    the    British  army and air forces in England in. the j firmly fixed in the mind of the player  last year weighed 29-500,000 pounds.   I that  it   is on  the  correctness of the  The  U.S.   Department   off   Agricul- ! first response that the success or fail-  ture  has   developed  an   "apartment" j ������re  of the particular  deal  is based.  Diminutive Mary Aitkin photographed atop her gigantic suitcase  along with her highland dolly and pet  kettle. Recently four hnudred members of the Natives of Glasgow Re-  Union Party from the western provinces marshalled at Winnipeg and departed " for dockside at Montreal  aboard a special Canadian Pacific  train. Aboard the "Duchess of Bed-  ford." the party will be augmented by  an. additional eight hundred hardy  Scots���������all homeward bound. Mary is  travelling with them from Vancouver  to Kilbride* Ayrshire���������and the kettle  goes  along too!  house for bees.    It    contains    three'.  ������torie-_.  The Alberta government has ap- ]  pointed a commission to study possi- \  bi������ methods of health insurance _n;  the province. The commission will re- j  port to the next session of the legis- j  iature. j  "From the mudsmothered bed where j  it has lain for 119    years,    the    "Ti- \  gxess," American war vessel sunk in i  Penetang Bay, Ontario, can be raised  without    difficulty.    Captain    Robert  Carson, Midland, Ontario, reports.  And that also the function of the responding hand, is to bear the brunt  of the bidding.  The responding hand has four bidding possibilities provided there is no  adverse bid. These are the raise, the  pass, the takeout and the jump-shift  or forcing bid.  The Raise:���������If it is decided to raise  partner's suit, then the full raise  should be given Immediately. And the  \ full -raise is the number of taking  : tricks above the normal expectancy  j of three, that the hand contains. If  j one heart is the original declaration,  l__     -_-_.    I a       .   _*_    u_������������;   ucuiu,    uiiitssa  tlie;   uiigicietl   bid-  Three days after it "went on the I and the responding hand will take  market, Ontario's $20,000,000 bond five tricks with hearts trumps, and  issue was fully subscribed. The pro- has normal length in hearts, the bid  ceeds will be used to repay short j of the responding hand must be three  term   advances   incurred   for   capital   hearts.  expenditures.  A floating university  The Pass:���������If the responding hand  contains  no   raise,   no   biddable  suit,  which  sails from New York  in  the ! and less than one ht>nor trick, the cor  fail wiil touch 42  countries,  and  6i j rect bid is pass.    Hands   which   are  ports in its 35,000 mile tour of the J  world. 1  The British Government has no in-  der has a very powerful hand. It sug  gests strongly that for this particular  deal, the partnership must be satisfied  with a partial score. Usually the no  trump takeout places at least one  high card in the no trump bidder's  hand, but occasionally this no trump  | takeout should be made on a triekless  hand. In other words the good player  uses the one no trump takeout, whenever there is even a remote chance to  better the bid, and to get into a bid  which suits both hands better than  the original bid. The following is an  example. Original bid is one heart.  Partner holds six spades to the ten  spot, a singleton heart, three little  diamonds and three little clubs. Partner Dids one no trump, ;el__js on second  round of bidding bids two spades. The  hand is trickiess "with hearts trumps  but with spades trumps will take  three tricks. _ Original bidder, after  the one no trump and the subsequent  two spade bid must pass -unless exceptionally strong.  Explanations and Comments  ' The March From Egypt To the Red  Sea, 13.17-14.2.���������The Israelites had  assembled at Rameses in the eastern  part of. the Delta. From there the  most direct route to Canaan would  have been "by way of the land of  the Philistines" northeastward to the  Mediterranean coast ancl thence  northward along the maritime plain  of Ca^aaa. That way would have involved a journey of not more than  two hundred miles. . But the -people  of southwestern Canaan were great  warriors, and God led them not that  way, "lest peradventure they repent  when they see war and they return to  Egypt." Instead, they took the longer  route, the way of the wilderness by  the Red Sea.  Now the record vtells us that Moses  took the bones of Joseph with him.  Wh&t greater proof than the presence  With thern of the mummy; of Joseph  ih its sarcophagus could the people  have had of their leader's faith in  their eventual settlement in Canaan ?  The march proceeded from Suc-  coth to Ethajm, at the edge of the  wilderness of Shur, probably, one of  the frontier fortifications .of Egypt.  There they encamped. Their constant  guide by day was a pillar of cloud,  and by night a pillar of light, in  which "Jehovah went before them"���������  it was the symbol of his presence  with them. At Etham the host turned southward, keeping the Red Sea on  their left, till they came to Pi-hahi-  roth, where they encamped.  "All is of God. If" He but wave His  hand,  The   mists  collect,   the   rain   falls  thick and loud  Till with a smile of light en sea and  land,  Lo!   he  looks  back  from the  departing cloud."  -���������Longfellow.  Great   Britain   Produces., Super.,:]W������~  '-'''������������������ chine ^Cruir- With.':<Jres|t'- ''.-������������������'  . r .   Possibilities    yy  Great Britain naJs a hew war toy  than can shoot faster than anything  on record. It is not much heavier  than the ordinary services rifle, but it  is really a super machine gun firing  1,100 rounds of ammunition a minute .  Wha-t is more, it is said to be easy  to operate, hard .to jam and, as equally important in these times, inexpensive. "Use in this rapid firing piece Germany's new bullets, which have double the velocity of those now obtain-  afcic_ and which penetrate half-inch:  chrome-nickel armor as well as five-  eighths inch armor plate, and war  will be even worse than Sherman, said  it was.���������The Pathfinder.  Saskatchewan Land Settlement  Roosevelt the  Man  Five Hundred and Nineteen Families  Take Advantage Of Provincial  Government Scheme  Up to July 1st, -������19 families had  made applications tq take advantage  of the Saskatchewan Government's  land settlement scheme, 377 had been  accepted, and 212 had been located  according to figures issued by Hon.  Howard McConnell, minister of municipal affairs.  The 212 families acutally located  have been settled in the districts of  "Torek River, Big River, Medstead,  C.P.R. lands south of Battleford, in  the Red Pheasant area, and on C.P.R.  lands in the Moose Mountain reserve.  tention of returning to the gold standard in the immediate future. Neville  Chamberlain, chancellor of the exchequer, told parliament.  Records for passenger air traffic  between London and Paris were broken during the year just ended, 20,-  815 being carried as compared with  20>,104 1n 1928-29, the previous  record twelvemonth.  Not An Experiment  W. K.  Kellogg says he  desires  to  cell  more of his package cereal,  so  he is going to spend an extra million  dollars in advertising. What's more  he will spend nearly all of it in newspapers. He's not experimenting, but  merely following the plan on which he  built his business.  India's leading radio telegraph and  cable services have merged.  FOR SALE  From Grower Direct To Consumer.    Save  Your  Money  and   Help  Ua Out  RASPBERRIES       PER       CRATE       $2,76  LOGANBERRIES " " 1,76  BLACK CURRANTS  " " 1,75  CHERRIES   (SURE)   " " 1,25  FRESH    TENDER    RHUBARB  PER CRATE  17 Nett. 1,00  F.O.B. Shipping Point, 70c. Extra  Delivered  ��������� TANEMURA  BROS,,  P.O.   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In effect  It may not be a denial as the responding hand may have more than norma!  expectancy in the original bid, but  may have a powerful suit of its own.  In many cases the takeout is made  to find out if the hand "fits." If the  two hands can support each other's  bids, the hand does fit and high contracts can usually be made.  A second takeout of the original  bid is a definite denial and tells partner it is best not to play the hand in  the original declaration unless the  original bidder's hand is exceptionally  strong in the suit bid.  The Forcing Takeout i������ never a denial of partner's bid. In other words a  forcing response should hot be made,  as a rule, unless the. forcing bidder  has at least neutral support in the  original declaration. By neutral support is meant two trumps at least.  However a forcing takeout may bo  made without even neutral support in  thc original bid, whon the forcing bidder's suit is so strong, that, irrespective of his partner's holding in tho  forcing suit bid, tho hand ��������� will bo  played in the forcing suit. It must Ije  remembered that the forcing takeout  to a definite game guarantee bid and,  that, after a forcing bid Ib made tho  contracting must be nrmt.im.ocl until a  gome contract Is arrived at,  The One No Trump takeout is the  only weakness bid In contract in tho  first round of bidding. All other tako  outs or bids, with the. exception of tho  pass, aro atron/yth calls and convey  definite high card Information to partner. Generally the ono no trump takeout Ih made whon the responding  hand has no biddable suit and only  from one to two high cardw, and  tinmctlmcfl not oven one. The bid  wnnw p_.rt.noi. that there ts no game  New  York's  Leaning  Tower  Unlike   Wonder   At   Pisa   It    Leans  Different Ways * ....  Perhaps few people know it, but  New York City has its own "Leaning  Tower," the new H. L. Doherty Building, but far from being like the world  wonder at Pisa, New York's tower  leans sometimes one way, and sometimes another. When flrst told that  it was leaning toward the north, engineers suspected an optical illusion,  but accurate tests showed that the  tower leaned to the south. To settle  tho question another test was. made  next day, and It was found that the  tower leaned toward the west. It was  finally discovered that the heat of the  svm expanded the metal on one side  or another, causing a variation of  four inches at the top.  Soldier's Mother Honored  For the second time a woman has  had the honor of reviving the Flame  of Remembrance which burns day and  night ovor tho tomb of the French  unknown soldier beneath the Arc de  Trlomphe. Sho was Madame Duval-  Arnould, wife of one of the members  of parliament, who lost one of her  five sons during the world war.  Scotland has  projects.  many new    housing  Bread pricoH in Scotland aro rising  a* ��������� '  -\t\- T* ( rv-\nv \\r-\\-[-^---\\nr-\\mmmmmmmm*m*M*tW*mmM  V DANDRUFF  nnd Fulll-iur Hulr. '"��������� Ml������i-  ttuVa ������xiictty *������ van would  ������ny li������lr tnnlc. Jit* thla 4  .line* M''w_������k ������utl the ������-������*.ifc  ���������will be a      .  Clean Uoad mi.til Gloisy Hair  **a*Mmmmtm*Kmmamuim*m**m**mammwmm*amaam*m*i  Brief     Sketch    Of    the    Democratic  Presidential Nominee  The honorable and gallant gentleman, as British. M.P.'s are called by  their fellows, seemed the rightYphrase  for Franklin D. Roosevelt as he stood  before the Democratic convention in  Chicago and accepted its nomination  for  president.  To one seeing him for the first time  the degree of his physical infirmity,  thought he has made immense gains  since stricken by infantile paralysis  eleven years ago^ was startling. He  walked -with painful slowness to the  dais, one hand on a stout cane and  the other in the arm of his towering  son, James.  He had flown from New York on a  rough day and this, as air travel is  still comparatively uncommon in tho  TJnited States, appeared to most of  the delegates a highly venturesome  thing to do. As he gripped the desk  with both hands before speaking, he  appeared, to be overcoming fatigue  with difficulty.  Once he was launched on his speech  there was no thought of that. The  governor Is well over sl_; feet tall,  strongly built and apparently, but for  his- lameness, in vibrant health. Ho  spoke fast and vigorously.  As a speaker he falls just short of  arousing enthusiasm. Considerably  moro magnetic than President Hoover-  on the platform,'ho is too reserved  and chooses his words too carefully to  stir the passionate response that  Theodore Roosevelt could obtain.  Tho Chicago citizens In tho galleries began to leave the hall in numbers after a few minutes, but the  delegates on tlie floor were sympathetic and intent. Tho unearthly glare  of the Ifleig lights and the -crackle  and flash of the press cameras gave  the wholo scone a theatrical air.  The governor spoke earnestly and  with few gestures, but his face waa  animated and Its grave Unco becamo  firmer as ho made a point, Now and  again his brave and gay smile flashed  and as he ruiuud law arm in, a final  greeting ho was given perhaps. the  most spontaneous ovation of tho six-  day party session.  NEW INVENTION  DOES AWAY WITH  C00KING0D0RS  Even fish and cauliflower bow  Parchment  oown  io  BETTER, CHEAPER AND EASIER  _. *. ^^w^mm. Mm*^  VHjPR^B  KING DF FAIN"  Tho  .Tows  had  no  days of thc week.  names  for  tlio  Tho number of idle ships in Japan  is decroaHlng.  Delicious as cauliflower, cabbage and certain other vegetables ��������� are, they have  imposed a heavy penalty on people who  fearlessly cooked them. Not to mention  those who had to suffer the odor without  enjoying the finished product. The same  thing is equally true offish.  Canapar Cookery Parchment, a very ingenious invention, does away with this  annoyance entirely. While sealing in  odors, it also retains flavor and food  value. Cooking in Canapar actually  parallel- the famous French method of ^  simmering and confining food and its  flavor in the closed casserole.  "You buy Canapar in a large envelope of  handy-size^heets which may be rinsed oufl:  and used over and over again because they  won't absorb odors. When boiling vegetables you simply wet the Canapar and  make a bag similar to a pudding nag.   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A murmred farewell came back  along the wire, and then Jean, replacing- the receiver of its clip, ran off to  apprise Lady Anne of* the arrangements made.  "Lady Anne looked up from some  village charity accounts which were  . puckering her smooth brow to smile  approval.  "How nice, dear! Quite a charming  plan���������you'ii enjoy it. Especially as  there wiil be nothing to amuse you  here tomorrow.. I have two village  committees to attend������������������I'm in a chair,  so I must go. And Blaise, I know, is  booked for a busy day with the estate agent, while Nick is gofng down  to South Devon somewhere for a  day's fishing. I think he goes down  tonight. Really,��������� it's quite unusually  lucky that Judith should have fixed  on tomorrow for her moonlight  ,_���������* party."  CHAPTER XXVI.  Moonlight On the Moor  The moorland, warm with its subtle  fragrance of gorse���������like the scent of  peaches when the sun is shining on  them���������tonic with the faint tang of  gait borne by clean winds that had  swept across the Atlantic, came to  Jean's nostrils crisp and sparkling as  a draught of golden wine.  Before her, mile after mile lay the  ; white road���������a sword of civilization  cleaving, its way remorselessly, across  the green "wilderness of mossy turf,  and .on either side' rose the swelling  hills and jagged peaks of the great  tors, melting in the far distance into  a vague, formless blur of purple that  ' might be' either cloud or tor as it  merged at last into the dim haze of  the horizon.  ''Oh, blessed, blessed Moor!" exclaimed Jean. "How I love it! You  know, half the people In the world  haven't the least Idea what Dartmoor  is like. I was enthusing to a woman  about it only the other day and she  actually said, "Oh, yes���������Dartmoor.  It's quite flat, I suppose, isn't it?"  "Flat!"���������with sweeping disgust.  Burke, his hand on the wheel of  the bEg cilr which was eating up the  miles with tho facility of a boa-constrictor swallowing rabbits, smiled at  the indignant little sniff with which  the speed- was concluded.  "You don't like dead levels, then?"  he suggested.  She shook her head.  "No,   I   like   hills-���������something   to  look up to���������to climb."  "Spiritual as well an tomporal?"  She was silent a moment,  B*������������������. ."-i1.".1".!11.1.11. I1!1,1 ���������'.'..'.'J!'Ill'".I".1.1,"1,"!���������'"'��������� ""JY1. ..J 1. ���������. "11 ���������'>.������������������":������������������**���������.'  ~ "Why, yes," I think I do."  He smiled sardonically.  "It's just that terrible 'angelic tendency of yours I complain of. It's  loo inuch. for any mere material iuan  to live; up to. I ^rish you'd step down  to r^;lpw level occasionally. You  don't seem, to Wafflicted with human  passions like the.. rest of .> us*'���������he  added, a note of irritation in his  voice.  "Indeed I am!"  Jean spoke impulsively, out of the  depths of that inner, almost unconscious self-knowledge which lies  within each one of us, dormant until  some lance-like question, pricks it into  spontaneous affirmation.  She had  hl>K(11<r     ������������._--.������._-.      -..t.3*-_..._.     4__  '  _ ��������� -._.   u������������..*������_jr    u-vueu    nuiuici    wit;   tuuvpiistf  tion was tending, and she regretted  her frank confession the instant it  had left her lips.  Burke turned and looked at her  with a curious speculation in his  glance.  "I wonder If that's true?" he said  consideringly. "If so, they're still  asleep. I'd give something to be the  one to rouse them."  There was the familiar, half-turbulent quality in his voice���������^the sound  as of something held in leash. Jean  sensed the danger in the atmosphere.  "You'ii "rouse one of them ��������� the  quite ordinary, commonplace one of  bad temper, if you> talk like that,"  she replied prosaically. "You've got  to play fair, Geoffrey���������keep the spirit  of- the law as well as the letter."  "All's fair in love and war���������as I  told you before," he retorted.     *  "Geoffrey"���������indignantly.  "Jean!" mimicking her. "Well, we  won't quarrel about It now. Here we  are at our journey's end. Behold the  carriage drive!"  The car swung round a sharp bend  and then bumped    its    way    up.   a  rmicVilw-Tn arf_i    1-r>or������Ir    ir_.Vi-i.VH    a__-r.^____-   '_*_  -   ~���������O���������"J        -^-������-������������������J.     *-.������-~M. ..__-������.._. -- W.     ..~~ -������.  link a species of cobbled yard, constructed at one side of the bungalow,  to the road along which they came.  The track cleaved its way, -rather  on the principle of a railway cutting,  clean through the abrupt acclivity  xvhich flanked the foad that side,  and rising sternly between crumbling,  overhanging banks, fringed with  coarse grass and tufted -with straggling patches io������ gorse and heather,  debouched on ���������to - a broad .plateau.  Here the "road below was completely  hidden from view; on all sides there  stretched only a limitless vista of wild  moorland, devoid of any sign of habitation save for the bare, ereeperless  walls of the bungalow itself.  As the scene "unfolded, Jean became conscious of a strange sense of  familiarity. An inexplicable impres.  sion of having seen the place on some  previous occasion, of familiarity with  every detail of it���������even to a recogni-  6&li@f;������. fQlIM QWMiV  From ��������� the  standpoint   of economy���������������ich  20c. package of Turret Fine Cut contain*  . the makings for at least 50 cigarettes���������-and  Chantecler cigarette papers free.  ... '���������'���������% - ��������� ':-���������: v. ������������������> = ���������    "���������  :-. '���������'������������������'"���������'-  "' ���������-'  'From the standpoint oi* real smoking  pleasure, there's nothing like rolling;  your own with the smooth, mellow,  fragrant   Virginia  tobacco  that  you  get  in   ihe  Turret   Fine  Cut package.  It does pay to roll your  own with Turret Fine  .'" Cut.   ,'  ISland. 20������ packages  ���������-also in % lb.  vturuuwrt. tins  get tea ready before the others come.   so. ca. But beyond that we are self-  I'm starving, aren't you?" J sufficing."  The spell was broken.    The every-j     "Where does    your    woman   come  *~* O *8?    rmrtrrrt tht. m=\~w*m'r\ ��������� a _*������___.   %'iftT*.^* _u     _ ���������������"���������"������������������ ��������� 0>*������ * ���������     TS/��������� ���������  *������    ���������    ���������  ���������^���������"iTSfS    r        __      ��������� ������ **"* ��������������� - *T      ������_&_>���������_>     ^m       *mr\. i (_���������____      t tfW^    "wtt* m ii_u  ���������x***arj     ������-VAA_.AM_\.������Api,u.v^    mm v* vak.     ������*������w*������q������w     ������,._..-���������.   ;   4.������.VkU   ������      _,.    U.*V������-__.   ������.     ������3^"   .mSt    iiVJLi!5i_!     lUi     JXi.il~E*  them a rush of Joyerpowering  relief, j round." .��������� _:  sweeping away  the' dreamlike sense j     "No,  you can't see > the place, fbut  of unreality and terror, and as Jean j there's a    little v farmstead,    tucked  nodded  and  responded gaily,   "Abso-  lately famished,"    she    could    have  l__Ugj__eu.  aiuliu  B.K.   cilc  r_CUv; ui.<_>i_.o  x6������*x������������  which had assailed her.  The inside of the bungalow was in  W.   N,    U.   10W  tion of its peculiar atmosphere of  loneliness���������took possession of her.  Only she knew that it was associated  in her mindf with something disagreeable. Even now, as at Burke's dictation, she waited in the car while he  entered the bungalow from the back,  passing through in order to admit his  guest .by way of the front door, which.  had been secured upon the inside, she  was aware of a feeling of intense repugnance.  And then, in a flash, recollection returned to her. This was the house of  her dream���������of the nightmare vision  which had obsessed her during the  hours of darkness following her flrst  meeting with Geoffrey Burke.  There stood the solitary dwelling,  set amid a wild and desolate country,  and to one side of It grew three  wretched-looking, scrubby little fir  trees, all of thorn bent in the same direction by the keen winds as th-ey  cama sweeping across the Moor from  the wide Atlantic. Three Fir Bungalow! Why, the very name itself might  have pro warned her!  Hor eyes fixed themselves on the  groon-paintcd door. Sho know quite  well what must happen next. Tho  door would open and reveal Burke  atandlng on thc threshold. She watched it with fascinated eyes.  Presently came tho sound of stepa,  then the grating noise of a key turning stiflly in the lock. Tho door was  flung open nnd Burke strode across  tho threshold and came to the aide of  tho car to help hor out, Jean waited,  half .torrUied, for hi������ flrst worda..  Would thoy bo the words of her  dream ? She felt that If ho chanced to  Hay jokingly, "Will you como into my  parlour?" she filiould Rcrcam.  "Go HtmiKht In,   will    you?"    Raid  Burlca. ������ril juot run the car round to  ! the garage and then we might aa well  away in a hollow'about three miles  from here, which provides us with  cream and butter and eggs���������and with  our char-lady."  Jean surveyed with satisfaction a  charming contrast to its soimewhat i rapidly mounting pile of delicately  forbidding exterior. The living-rooms, j browned toast, creaming with golden  furnished  very  simply    but with     a ; butter.  shrewd eye to comfort, communicated I "There, that's ready," she announc-  one with the other by means of dou- j ed at last. "I do hope Judy and Co.  ble doors which, usually left open, I will arrive soon. Hot buttered toast  obviated the cramped feeling that the spoils with keeping, it gets all sodden  comparatively small size of the rooms ' and tastes like underdone shoe leath-  might otherwise have produced, while er. Do you think they'll be long?"  the two lattice windows which each       Burke threw a glance at the grand-  Holfords would surely be here by now  if they hadn't had an accident of  some sort."  ���������__>..���������.---__    1������������������1.���������J     -_������-   V.-..      ...-.-.-...  _._>1A_ -K.=     _WJ-fc*_Vt     CLa.    UIO      V~CA\-^-__.  (To Be Continued).  ~ Cotton and cotton goods led in merchandise exports from the Philippines  last year.  Raising the average child in tha  average family until it is 18 costs.its  parents about $7,200.  *<! nnic ������������_;m  m mm���������n    e %?������_?__������  boasted were augmented by French  widows opening out on to a verandah  which ran the wohle length of the  building.  father's clock ticking solemnly away  in a corner of the kitchen.  "It's half-past four," he said dubiously. "I don't think we'll risk that  Jean, having delightfully explored'[ luscious-looking toast of yours by  the front portion of the bungalow,' waiting for them. I'm going to brew  joined Burke in the kitchen, guided. the tea; the kettle's boiling,  thither by the clinking of crockery "Won't Judith think it horrid of us  and the cheerful crackle of a hearth   not to wait?"  flre wakened into fresh life by the "Oh, Lord no! Judy and I never  scientific application of a pair of bel- stand on any ceremony with each  lows. other. Any old thing might happen to  "I had no idea you were such a delay them a bit."  domesticated individual," she remark-1 Jean, frankly hungry after her spin  ed, as she watched hlpi carefully'in the car through the invigorating  warming the brown earthenware tea- moorland air, yielded without further  pot as a preliminary to brewing the protest, and tea resolved itself into  tea while she busied herself making a jolly little "tete-a-tete" affair, par-  hot buttered toast. taken of in the shelter of thc vcran-  "Oh, Judy and Tare independent up ! ^h- ^ tl"> ^rious vista of the  here, I assure you," he answered with | Moor 3Prcad out boCore hcr flighted  DO0R ON  IRTHDAYSS"  SAYS  HUGH TREVOR  Famous Screen Star  WSMMM  IP  IWS&  -__3$_-Ef:tt:'  Wmffl&f  mmY'-WM1'  I0wl  !____.:#.  B&_L&::&'  "The woman who  wanta to win and  hold adoration  should keep  youth," Hugb  Trevor says.  "Sta������o a net  screen sth rm  Hugh TitEvoa  hold tho ada.]  pardonable pride. "Wo    never   bring  any of thc servants from Willow Ferry, but cook for ourselves. A woman  comes over every morning to do the  chores'���������clean the place, and wash up  eyes,  Burlce was in one of those rare  moods of his which never failed to Inspire her with a genuine liking for  him���������when     tho   unruly,     turbulent  the dishes from the day before, and | d������v������ w,thl" M���������>  *> hardly held  In  check, wan temporarily replaced by a  Try Lydia E. PJnhhsrp.'s VsactsbSs Coffiitouru!  _]  ^mi'di^y>.-yy^Mmm*M  Teo^Worn-Ouf'to go  Another date broken . .. Couldn't stay  on hcr feet a, minute longer I Lydia EL  Pinkham'a Vegec. ble Compound always  relieves cramps. Try 1c next month* S^  certain spontaneous boyishness of a  distinctly endearing quality���������that  "little boy" quality which, in a grown  man, always appeals so irresistibly to  any woman.  This time slipped away quickly, and  it was with a shock of astonishment  that Joan realized, on glancing down  at tho watch on her wrist, that over  an hour and a half had gone by while  thoy had boon sitting chatting on tho  verandah.  "Geoffrey! Do you know It'*, exactly  nix o'clock! I'm certain something  muttt havo happened. Judy and tho  miration they havo won year after  year. Birthdays don't matter at  all. And nowaday- other women art  learning; their complexion secretV*  "To keep youthful  charm guard complexion beauty. A skin a-  glow with tho fascinating freshness of youth  is always alluring," tho  lovely actresses tell  . you. "Use Lux Toilet  Soap regularly   aa   wc  do" IRENE DUNM  uo' I..IC.O. Star  In Hollywood���������on Broadway���������ia  Europe, they remain young, charming and magnotic, with Lux Toilet  Soap. 680 of the 694 actresses in  Hollywood alone aro do voted, to it.  That Is why Lujc Toilet Soap Is tho  official soup in tho  dreaaing rooms of  all tho great film  studios! Kourulcin  will respond to It;  tool The caresa of  dollar-tt-cuk*  fi_9rrEIXIlT\VLO_t)?rrei,"^h 8������n.p foi.  Aiiii-iiia uuu _ just 10c. a cakul  '4.#:__.j>  '''.'is -TI1__"__>     _r������ "���������������������������������? a ������g������ ������*fg     "55 &������ S? 8' 5.  ���������������.  _____  gg__B__  She wouldn'  be without ;  telephone  "I wouldn't; try to get  along without a telephone,"  Mrs. Jones was telling Mrs.  Btovvn. ''Why within the  past few days it has saved  me at least half a dozen  trips down town ��������� you  know I always order room  the grocers by telephone.  "And talk about banishing the blues���������it would be  pretty lonely if we couldn't  call up our friends once in  a while or if they were unable to call us.  "Then last month when  John was taken suddenly  ill, the telephone brought  the doctor to the house.  The doctor said it we hadu't  been able to reach him  right away, he wouldn't  have been able to save  John Believe me, Mrs.  Brown, our telephone is  indespensable."  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscript!ont $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY,   JULY 22  ��������� ������������������ ' ��������� > -1 ���������������������������������������������������������������  ���������i.-. i i-_i.ii i '   -������������������.-  - "   ��������� ������������������  GOOD   WORK  Expressions   of satisfaction regarding the good work done during the past year by the  Creston  board     of   school    trustees   are  amply   justified.    The   members  of   the board, individually    and  collectively,    have   given  highly  meritorious    and    commendable  service.    During a period when a  demand    for   retrenchment   has  been   voiced all  along the  line,  much thought has been given to  the   problem    of   making   each  dollar available do as much  work  as     possible;      a     considerable  measure  of   success    has     been  achieved in this connection.    At  the same time there has been  no  loss of efficiency in the schools  of  the community.    As a matter of  fact, the coming school  year  will  see   another   class   of   necessity  undertaken by Creston  high  but  with     a     smaller      outlay     for  teacher's salaries.  THF   PRPQTfiN RFVIFWy!theHebrews of Wan and'Lom-  ISit bKt&SUN KtVltW feard   streets    Having    assist���������d  materially ip plunging the  whole  world into a deep financial morass  by insistence upon maintenace of  the single monetary standard, no  change of heart on the part of  Morgan,    Wiggin,  et al  in   this  connection could  be looked  for.  This,  despite the  fact that the  gold standard has been  palpably  demonstrated an abject failure as  for as common humanity is concerned; despite acknowledgment  of such failure by all  but two of  the     family     of   nations   being  virtually off of the gold  standard  at the present time.    "Best suited to make possible a free flow of  tie    world's    trade"     forsooth!  With three-quarters of the  monetary golcj. of the world locked up  in the vaults of Uncle Sam and of  the Pea Soupers across the pond,  one rises to gently  inquire just  how in the name of common sense  the rest of the crowd is going to  get enough of the yellow metal to  start business once more  moving  through   long      stagnant    trade  channels.  If Canadian representatives do  not voice a demand for Imperial  remonetization of silver at the  Ottawa Conference, a real constructive  opportunity   will  have  Christ Church Vestry Meeting  An important meeting of the vestry of  Christ Church was held last week  evening last, with Rev. F. V. Harrison,  rural dean, of Cranbrook, in attendance  The executive of Kootenay diocese recommended that under existing conditions it will be necessary to combine  the parishes of Creston and Kirnberlev  with but one man in charge, who will  most likely, reside at Kimberley. The  plan haB been accepted    by Kimberley.  Creston is having some correspondence  with the bishop in the matter and a joint  meeting of   the representatives of the  two parishes will be held here this week  The diocesan executive are of the opinion that a man   oflonger sainistdrial experience should take charge, and of this  recommendation is followed it is likely  to mean the transfer of Rev. T. Scott to  some other point.   The Creston rector  has been in charge here a little over a  year, taking up residence  at   Creston  following  his  ordination  early  in   the  ' summer of 1931.  B  Kootenay Telephone Co.  UiviiTED  TEACHERS'   SALARIES  r_rv**    ***-_if  *.*+  K.__a_(_\*"fc     !���������������>������.#-  All Work Guaranteed  Work ready when  promised. j  Charges reasonable.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Am MEs������&hGiH  Shoe and   Harness   Reoairine  It is a  matter  the salaries of teachers have  to  be  cut, or,   as   Chairman   Cook  more    aptly    expresses    it   "readjusted.''    But    that     is     the  common experience of the teaching   profession    everywhere.    In  some places  teachers  have  been  getting no salaries at all, while in  other''localities pay days are  conspicuous  by    their    irregularity:  the huge   and   wealthy city  of  Chicago is a shining example  of  this       unfortunate        condition.  While    the    general  average  reduction    of   teaching   income  is  around 10 per cent.,  the shrinkage of cash receipts  of business  and  professional   men   has been  much  greater,  while incomes of  those engaged in aii lines of agricultural production have  shrunk  to a still greater degree.  More primary money is needed  and less dictation as to the loan  of credit at an advantage to  themselves by the international  banking ring and financial racketeers.  ���������ju_*Ji Q  m       mmrmmrmwumwmmm  Many years of experience in the fuel business enables us to give you the best and the most economical at the lowest possible price.     We are also  exceptionally well equipped to solve your  Hauling Praht&Bn&  and always pleased to have you get in touch  with us for any information required where  Trucks are wanted.  Flosas*       LfSsiw       %mM*mas*       svssss iF&ssIs  aim  ,  The best brands and grades at the  most attractive prices.  cOREATH  COAL  WOOD  FL-OUR  FEED  m  m  B-  _  sea n __������  J. Fred Hume, who was dismissed as government liquor  vendor at Nelson a few weeks  ago, has been reinstated.  ~*J!_ET w������      Jm-  out of  100  People Prefer  Goodyear Tires  Why gamble with.  2nd, 3rd or 4th  choice wKen  coat no more?  Come and see  your size at today's low price.  GRESTON  MOTORS  L. C. MYFARI.AND  Canyon al.  Hurlon  Avo,  f.RP.KTON  THE PRICE  V_/_f  *-4 A C"  vjrixt3  Despite fact that commodity  prices have gone into an almost  unanimous tail spin, the cost of  gas has in British Columbia, at  least, is well maintained; as a  matter of fact there has been a  recent advance, a condition  creative of much discontent  among car owners. Many  theories are advanced to account  for it. The purveyors of gasoline  from roabside pumps are not to  blame. The retailer's profit is  not large and when the refiners  raise the ante, the dealers must  do likewise. The provincial  finance department has indicated  it wi1! look into the matter; it is  to be hoped that an inquiry will  be more successful than the  Bennett investigation, which required six months and considerable expenditure to find out.that  there was nothing wrong (haI ha!)  in the charges made by the oil refineries of Canada and particularly the big refineries of British  Columbia.    (Another ha 1 ha!)  AT LAST'  A drama of Ibve in which  the husband gets a  break _  Summer Toi  Goods Sale  The Low Cost of Good Looks  ������_r %w r r*v*L/o  kVtVWtVm'mV  -with���������  k  .������_  ft  m  Sullv  Urn  ���������IN���������  ^ tiers  AD  ���������     ������      mmmW  Two's Company But���������  Three's Not a Crowd  COMEDY  NAUGHTY CAL  Summer is here once mors bringing  you the annual opportunity to secure  beauty aids at these low prices^ Each  of the items featured in our store and  show windows represents substantial  savings for you.  *������_  V. A  ORESTON ORUO k BOOK STORE  THE  REXALL STORE  GEO. H. -SLELIJY  w  &  w  Paramount Pictorial  Metro News  NOTICE !  THE CROSS OF GOLD  Directors of"the Bank of International Settlements, so we are  advised, recently adopted a resolution calling for "a return to the  gold standard an best suited to  make possible a free flow of tho  world's trade."  No other recommendation  could bo expected from a bunch  of economic Rbnrps and mono-  iii.ry thimbleriRgers controlled   by  SEALED TENDERS marked "Tender for Federal Truck REF. No. S-83"  will be received by the underBignod up to  July 23rd for tho purchase of Federal  Truck REF. No. S-S8, stored in the  Public Works Department's garage in  Creston.  Tho highest or uny tender not necessarily accepted.  Thrift  spending  less  than  consists   in  you earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment*  We pay interest on Savings balances  and   shall   welcome your  account*  650  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes, Malinger  mm  j^~^ ,_L.__._L.__._k__k._k._h.i_h i. _L-_h. _>..,__._.,.>���������_... ^.._.. A^ ���������*,4rn*ln^_^rr<^.(_tn_l>l.-t1w_fc. __n__l _1l__ Ai_rf> ���������__���������___ A. i4l>n  17-2  WM. "RAMSAY.  Publia Works Engineer,  Nolaon, 13. C,  APPLICATIONS WANTED  Man mil team _r> lovol school ground.  Rate of pay, $0.00 por 8-hour day.  Applications to bo in hy Saturday, July  __������rd. O.IUO. NICKEL, Secretary.  The Consolidated Mining* &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd.!  TRAIL, British Columbia  ���������     manufacturers of Ammomam Phosphate  ELEPHANT c . .   .     ~ A     P    .  brand Sulphate of Antmoma  Chemical Fertilizers Triple Superphosphate  Sold by CRESTON VALLEY CO OPERATIVE  CRESTLAND FRUIT COMPANY. LONG, ALLAN ���������& LONG  PRODUCERS & REFINERS  of  TADANAC  IBrand  Electrolytic  LEAD-ZINC  CADMIUM- BISMUTH THE   CKESTON   BE VIEW  CHRIST CHURCH  CRESTON  Sunday, July 24th, 1932  ,     7:30 p.m.���������Evensong  Monday, July 25, St. James' Day  8 a.m.   Holy Communion  Lo^a-  and Personal  Beach Queen bathing slippers for sale  at V. Mawson's. 18-1  Creston Hardware concluded a very  successful special 95c sale last we������.k.  COW FOR SALE���������Milch cow, will  freshen in July. Nels Larson, Canyon.  INSURANCE���������Firs, life, automobile,  sickness and accident. H. A. Powell,  Creaton.  Miss E.Abriel and D. Sulkco, Nakusp,  were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.  Compton.  FOR SALE���������Deering mower. Practically as good as new. Morrow's blacksmith shop.    17-2  WAGON FOR SALE-Low wheel  wagon with rack, in good shape. Apply  Bert Boffey, Creston.  Mrs. Howard Allen, Trail, is a guest at  the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  James Cherrington.  Mf. and Mrs. M. R. Joyce, accompanied by the chilaren, left on a brief visit  to Spokane Tuesday.  George and Phyllis Ward, Cranbrook,  are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  G. Sinclair this week.  FOR SALE���������Chevrolet truck in good  shape, good tires and extra gears. See  M. W Hughes, Creston.  FOR SALE���������White Enameled Bed  complete with spring a__d mattress see  V. Mawson Creston, B. C. 18-1  V. S. Balentine of the provincial police  staff, Castlegar, was a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. J. Compton the past week.  HORSE   FOR   SALE���������Work   horse,  about   1400 lbs.,  in   good     shape.      ii.  Ostrensky (Alice Siding), Creston.  FOR SALE���������White Leghorn cockerels.  two months old, R.O.P. stock, 8 for $1,  J. C. Martin (Alice Siding(, Creston.  There will be no service in the Presbyterian church on Sunday next as the  paster (Rev.) N. G. Smith is vacationing  B. Johnston, of the Industrial   Acceptance Corporation, Calgary, and a son-  in-law of R.  Wal_ns!ey_  was a  bussness  , visitor here Saturday.  FOR SALE���������Mowing machine;  Frost & Wood mower, 5-foot cut, iu good  order. Price $40. Apply J. Sherwood,  Merdock St, Creston.  W. F. Payne, managing editor of the  Nelson Daily News, accompanied by  Mrs. Payne, passed through Creston  Saturday en route home from a business  trip to Calgary.  L. C. McFarland reeurned the first of  the week from a flying trip to Calgary.  Mrs McFarland, who left for.the Alberta  metropolis by train some two weeks ago.  returned with him.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Grandy and  daughter, Dolores, of Robsart, Sask.,  were visiting Mrs. Grandy's sister, Misa  Josephine Pedersen, for a few days the  first of the week.  R B. Coulter, of the firm of Mc-  Keown & Coulter, Fernie, accumpanied  by hiB son. was in CreBton Tuesday, en  route to Kaslo and Johnson's Landing,  at the north end of the main lake.  Dr. and Mrs. Large, Cranbrook,  accompanied by Mrs. Brett and  daughter Jean and Miss McKay, sisters  of Mrs. Large, were Sunday visitors at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. G Sinclair  D. F. Markland, pensions advocate for  . the Kootenays, will be in Creston at the  village halt from 1 p.m. on Augu t 10.  till 12 o'clock August 11. All veterans  wishing to see him with regard to pensions are requested to call on him there.  DRESSMAKING���������Give your daughter a chance to learn ft good paying  business designing and dressmaking*  Diplomus given with full course. For  information see Mias Lillian Lewis,  Creston. 18-8  George Ileal<1, rormer accountant horo  . for CO. Rodgers, and now residing in  Portland, Ore., was n Creaton visitor the  past week. He was accompanied by his  daughter Kathleen, who was a guest of  MIbs Alice Embree.  In the V. Mawson fishing content A  Lovestrom is lending tho Level Wind  Bait custlng reel with rainbow trout  caught in Summit crook, weight being  otic pound nine ounces; length, 17 in  ches. It huH n girth of eight and three-  quarter inches. In the brws section ,E.  K. I-foUlnworth and W. P. Tillotson are  leading with hnm weighing four pounds  ten and a half ounces nnd four pounds  and a luilf ounce.  Capt. C. O. Peters of Chinook, Alta..,  was in Creston a few days ago. He was  on his way home after a trip*'to New:  York and Florida. The captain is well  satisfied with outlook for crops m  his vicinity and continues to maintain  that as soon as he can dispose of his  property in Chinook he will return to  Creston and put up a   $25,000   hotel.  FOR RENT���������Furnished summer  cottage*? with screened-ln verandas; $X  Twin Bays, four miles from Kuskanook.  Best batiiing beach on Kootenay lake.  Good fishing; boats for hire. Rents  reasonable. An ideal * place to take the  children for their holidays. For any information enquire from Carl O. Wigen,  Wynndel, B. C, or Mr. Bradshaw,  Twin Bays. (P.O., Sanca, B. C.)        18-4  . A shot rang out���������there was a scurrying in the bushes���������the'thud of severa]  heavy feet���������hard breathing from much  running���������all of which happened over towards the recreation grounds very early  Saturday morning. 'Twas merely a  shotgun fired into the air to discourage  marauding attempts on a local resident's  potato patch by some hungry denizens  of "the Jungles."  A meeting of the directors of the Fall  Fair was held at the city hall on Friday  last: The amusment committee has a  programme in hanu that should give  visitors to the fair a pleasant time. Particulars will be published later. It was  decided that providing sufficient entries  of exhibits for t_e fair be available, a  truck will be sent to Lister and-Duck  Creek to transport same.  August A. Brady, who has been spending the past few wee>ks as a patient at  the McCleary sanitarium, Excelsior  Spring?, Mo., left there Tuesday, July  12, enroute to Eastman, Wis., where he  will visit friends before returning to his.  home here. Mr. Brady reports that he  is well* pleased with the results of his  treatments at the sanitarium and enjoyed a pleasant vacation while regaining his health in the Missouri health  resort. He plans to be home the latter  part of next week.  " Mrs. Winchcome and Misses Josephine  Pedersen and Ada Lewis were joint host-  eses at a miscellaneous shower on Thursday evening last. It was in honor of  Miss Alice LaBelle. An enjoyable evening was spent at bridge witb prizes going  to Miss Alice Embree andjrene LaBelle.  A uainty lunch was served at midnight,  after which the bride elect was showered  with a splendid array of   presents.  and adults' races, horseback wrestling,  diving, swimming and walking the greasy  pole There was also some broncho riding. In the latter event Mr. McAteer,  Porthill, distinguished himself, his handling of the recalcitrant cayouses proving  __ star attraction and demonstrating his  qualifications as a stampede artist of the  first rank. A softball game between  the Champs and a pickup team afforded  a good match, with the Creston girls  taking thp short end of 4-3 score. Creston Frothblowers had the best of the  argument to the tune   of   8-2 score in a  Bert Hobden has peen cutting the  various stands of wheat in the Lister  area.    The crop is good this year.  Clara and Erika Meyer are visitors  with Nelson friends for part of the holidays.  Camp Lister school meeting oh the 9th  was well attended. E Langston presided. Estimates totaling $833.75 were  passed. Mrs. F. Powers, retiring trustee  and secretary for the past seven years,  was tendered a hearty vote of thanks.  Mrs. N. Langston was elected trustee  and R. Stevens was .elected auditor. A  match with Eastport.    A freewill offering j motion was passed that  the  board for-  was taken and  the $12 surplus realized  will go to the Creston Valley hospital.  ward a tatter to the minister of education  protesting strongly against rural school  boards being   required   to-fix   teachers*  salaries, it being evident the department  is attempting to "pass the buck", in this  respect. E Langston presided. Trustees  held initial meeting on Monday night,  with Mrs. H. Langston as secretary.  There was a good attendance at the  Kuscroft school district meeting on the  9th. J. A. Hobden was chairman. Estimates of $250 voted with instructions  that balance necessary be taken from  existing surplus. H. Helme, retiring  truste-, was succeeded by J. A. Hobden,  who also takes the position of secretary.  Mrs. Lister and Miss Vera Lister were  Spokane visitors this week.  A   west  Saturday hit a  bound Alberta motorist on  bear-on the road just east  of. Erickson. He reported the incident  here as somewhat nerve racking, tn that  Bruin was of large proportions and  nearly shot the car over the hank and  down the side of Goat river canyon; not  satisfied with that and ambling oJB. into  the bush alongside the road as bears  should when hit by an auto, th? animal  showed evidences of desiring a scrap  and grabbing one of the Alberta man's  fenders with his big paws gave it  such a w ench that some minor repairs  were necessary when Creston was  reached.  Spme annoyance has been caused by  unknown individuals attempting to force  an entrance into the community hall.  This state of affairs has been noticed  following the K. of P. dance on July 1.  While no really serious damage has been  reported, some expenditure will have to  be incurred in order to insure "against  more determined efforts. It is thought  likely the perpetrators were seeking to  get at some food left over from the  dance, If that be the case it is apparent  the best means to forestall further  efforts along similar lines would be ,to  leave any surplus eatables outside the  hall and put up a sign inviting 'em "to  come and get it."  G any on Oify  J. Brent on of Coalhurst, Alta., arrived  on Saturday and is visiting with A. H������_-  stead. Ho is returning from a trip to the  const and is accompanied by Dr. J. F.  Mealing and family, also of Coalhurst.  Local cherries began to move Thursday.  Harvoy Harrison, B. C. manager for  Scott Fruit Co., was a Canyon visitor  early this week.  Mi������H Helen McRobb has returned to  Trail after a vacation horo.  Mrs. Vibty and family, Lothbridije,  nro visiting at the homo of. J. E. Vaelc-  oren.  Lister  Tho combined Huseroft and Lister  basket picnic was held Sunday on the  Bus croft; picnic grounds. In ndddltfoi.  to a good turnout' of, residents of both  tiornmunitloH, thoro wan n big crowd from  Euatport, Wynndol, Copoland, utid other  points.   The sports coiiHiatod of children  ITT A4V5 TO PAYCASH AT THE IMPERIAL  C^RKSTON'S new modern Groceteria where  ������     prevail sure has met with public favor. 1 he opening ^  City  prices  was most successful���������now we aim to   continue   the ver}  best of Service at the very minimum price.  Our fresh stock of Groceries   and   Delicatessen   products are  offered at prices that defy competition.  THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE display case assures you seasonable produce in the very finest condition.  i  Maikin's Best.   Lb.  Malkin's Best. Lb.   47c  %J*m.  Munro Malt,  2a lba  ! in ~\ ���������  Bottle Caps,  Gross ���������  ���������. ��������� ���������  P. K. Hops,  I Pound Pkg. -17c  Tomato Juice,  10������ Oz.Tin 08c  ____������___.__ ___.-_ JB.  Butter,  Squirrel, 21 ib.pail 47c  Lard, Swifts,  1 lb. Carton-���������.��������� 12c.  Certo,  Bottle 31c  Memba, Package 16c  Matches,  3 BOX Pkg. 28c  SATURDAY and MONDAY  Pickling Vinegar, S^^Tlnon 95c  Creamery Butter,  Choice.        3 lbs. for  Jelly Glasses,  2 Pint Squats,  Per Dozen ���������  -  Lunch Tongue  Per 12 Oz. Tin  ������p^   7������0z. Btls.  uuj -Queen  Stuffed*  B'fflMn.i'-.niM.inOT  &.  im^m^������^m^^mm>m^mmmm^m><^m^mm^mMm^^ SSJU^ffi^  SM������!^S~V  *Jm  ____  RSIiiii^  |0i  265  F������ff 4������ yeasrs SALADA &������s  given tlte fittest qraality in  t@������������   Present prices are the  Restoring World. Confidence.  The signing of the Lausanne treaty on July 9 by all the great European  powers, whereby all the German war reparations were wiped out, and providing* instead that Germany shall pay in one lump sum an amount which represents one cent for every dollar demanded by the Allies after the close of the  war. marks a new and a_a important forward step in the direction of establishing the peace of the world and in restoring the economic health of all  nations.  Apart altogether from the specific agreements set forth in this historical  document, and the gains thereby conferred upon a long suffering world, the  fact that the great European powers, and more especially Germany- and  France, have at last met on common ground, and have signed a treaty as a  result of consultation and compromise rather than one forced by one upon  the other, is one of the most hopeful occurrences for many years.  Since the signing of the Peace Treaty, and the imposition of a war In-  denmitj? on Germany totalling- the huge and impossible sum of $65,000,000,-  000. together with many other humiliations and penalties, nothing but bitter  feelings have prevailed on the continent of Europe. Physical warfare has  been followed by an ever intensified economic warfare; fortifications and  barbed wire trench entanglements, cannon and machine gfuns have been succeeded by h.igh and ever higher tariff barriers. Each nation has been determined to have as little trade intercourse with its neighbors as possible; each  was endeavoring to economically strangle the other. Each was suspicious of  and feared the other. Each demanded security from the others. Thus Europe  was deadlocked, trade stagnated, all people suffered, and warlike armaments  steadily increased despite all efforts to reduce and control them.  Seemingly interminable "conversations" took place between various nations, international conference followed conference without any tangible results being achieved until confidence in the world's political leaders, and even  in our existing institutions of government, was more or Less shaken. Even, in  Western Canada leaders of certain parties and groups openly predicted the  failure of this last Lausanne conference. This Loss of confidence was,- indeed,  Power Of Advertising  One   Of   the   Indispensable   Tools   To  the World Jn. Reconstruction Of  Industry  Advertising is one of the indispensable tools to be used in the reconstruction of North American industry, was  the keynote of an address to the convention of the Pacific Advertising  Clubs Association, at Vancouver, by  George W. Kleiser, of San Francisco.  "Advertising," he declared, "is a  powerful instrument which should be  used with the greatest skill and care  in order that the rebuilding may be  sound and lasting once the upturn  has begun. .  "With the change In the situation  from one where anything could be  sold that could be manufactured, to  dtie where anything can be manufactured than can be sold���������the opportunity exists for a genuine demonstration of the results that can be obtained through powerful advertising,  intelligently done.  "This," he .said, "should be done on  behalf of meritorious products directed to a timid and doubting public  through the primary medta serving  them."  The confidence .of both advertiser  and public, which to a greater, or lesser degree has been shaken by, extreme methods in advertising  during these unusual times, must be  restored. This can be accomplished  only through honesty, truth and  straightforwardness in advertising itself," he said. "Advertising will, no  doubt, lead us out of the depression  and probably will be one of the first  industries to recover if those to whom  it is entrusted use it powerfully and  sanely."  If you are healthy, take ENO . .  are not well, take ENO. for  in most cases  When ybtt  ost cases the  beginning of <al_ ailments is in the intestinal  tract. ENO'S "Fruit Salt" rids the intestinal  tract of all the accumulated poisonous waste  matter.     Be  ENO   conscious.      Sta  i������tT  2������.���������>������_  .::<jTOC_i  Noted Inventor Passes  as a hair fixative and cooling shaving  lotion.  Vaccine For Tuberculosis  Persian Balm is inevitably chosen  by discerning women. Delightful to  use. Subtly fragrant. Cooling and refreshing. Imparts a rare youthful  charm to the complexion. Invaluable  for softening and making hands flawlessly white. Tones and stimulates  the world's greatest loss because it was shattering all hope of success and' a i ^e skin. Useful for the family also.  way out of our difficulties being found. j Protects the tender skin of the chi������-  The aie-nansr of the Lausanne treaty refuted the prophecies of these nessi- Ldren arid is excellent for the /athsr  mists.     It  demonstrated   that   our  statesmen  are  not  bankrupt  in  vision,  patriotism, or diplomacy.     It has once again proven that there is always a  way out if patience, persistence, tact, coupled -with determination, and a will  to s-acceed is in evidence.  To Premier Ramsay MacDonald belongs the chief credit for this great  achievement. He refused at all times to recognize the possibility of failure.  When the probability of getting France and Germany to agree seemed  most remote, when consultation followed consultation without results, Ramsay MacDonald kept up the good fight until finally he succeeded in bringing  these two historic enemies together. Justly deserved were the warm congratulations extended to him by King George. The whole world owes him a debt  of gratitude. He has restored confidence in democratic institutions of government throughout the world, and has thereby paved the way for further  successes at future conferences.  Besides wiping out the war reparations of $65,000,000,000 which Germany was obligated to pay, and replacing that sum with a lump sum of  $650,000,000 to be paid when Germany can sell bonds for that amount, the  Lausanne treaty declares suspension of collection and payment of inter-  European war debts for a time; it includes an agreement to assist Austria  and the Danubian states which are in financial difficulties and whose prosperity is closely linked with that of Germany; it creates a committee to study  the grain, problem in the Danubian states, which are embarrassed by a huge  surplus; and It creates machinery for a world economic conference under the  auspices of the League Of Nations, in which all nations, including the United  States, will participate.  The Lausanne conference did not accomplish everything that some  people hoped of it. but it did succeed in making tremendous strides along the  road to world betterment and a restoration of conditions which it is essential  shall be restored before there can be a return to world confidence, world  trade, world prosperity. Had that conference ended in failure, the outlook  would have been dark indeed, whereas the large measure of success achieved  not only means an immediate betterment, but makes possible the further  coming together of the nations in a better, more hopeful, more friendly spirit  to consider other problems, such as disarmament, tariff barriers, international  currency problems, and allied subjects.  The world outlook is distinctly better because Ramsay _2tacDonald stuck  to his principles and unflinchingly fought for a return to reason and world  brotherllncss at Lausanne.  Discovery May Mean Partial Control  Of Dread Disease  In a copyright story, the Milwaukee Sentinel said 29 years of research  by Dr. William D. Frost, agricultural  bacteriologist at the University of  Wisconsin, have been rewarded by  discovery of a vaccine "Tuhuvase,"  which ultimately may bring partial  control of tuberculosis.  The vaccine is obtained from isolated tubercle bacilli treated by ultraviolet rays.  "The rays," the paper said, "effectively kill the germs of tuberculosis,  but apparently produce little chemical  change in their scientific bodies of  toxins," and from the ray-treated  bacilli the doctor obtained a vaccine  which was physically harmless, yet  potent enough to combat live bacilli.  Miller's Worm Powders seldom fail.  They immediately attack the worms  and expel them from the system.  They are complete in themselves, not  not only as a worm destroyer, but as  a highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and  restoring the debilitated, system to  health fulness, 'without which the  growth of the child will be retarded  and its constitution weakened.  Too Many Physicjans  Death Of Mr. Gillette, Of Safety  Razor Fame,  At Los Angeles  King Camp Gillette, who perfected  the double-edged safety razor blade,  died recently at Los Angeles, at the  age of 77.  The inventor and manufacturer  succumbed after undergoing several  operations during two years for an intestinal malady.  He went to California nearly 20  years   ago   from   Boston,   where   he   2 _        *._ _.������_1-.4. ������...        ������.-._������_������--.       TO**.-*- ���������  UlgCUII_.CU       I.ULC      U1UCUC       OCtlCl.^       IWCUUl  Company in 1801.  His Los Angeles realty transactions  were among" the largest ever recorded here.  Educated in Chicago, Mr. Gillette  became a salesman and later London  branch manager for a bottle-stopper  company. After conceiving the thin,  sharp blade to overcome the task of  straight-edged shaving, he devoted  five years to evolving a holder.  The razor was launched as a commercial product in 1903. Only 51  sets were sold that year, but annual  sales of as many as 15,000,000 razors  and 1,000,000,000 blades followed.  Mr. Gillette was born in Fond Du  Lac, Wis., January 5, 1855. His  father, George Wolcott Gillette, was  an inventor before him. His mother  wrote "The White House Cook Book."  Further   Reduction  Of  Sea Forces Proposed  Great    Britain    Launches    Move    At  Geneva For Conference  Great Britain has launched a move  for another five-power naval conference aimed at further reduction of  sea forces.  The proposal for a five-power naval  conference between Britain, the United  States, Japan, France and Italy was  advanced by a high British authority  in a press interview.  He proposed that it be held in the  Interval before the world disarmament conference resumes its activities  in the fall.  If our Asthma, Too.   The efficacy of  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy-  is not -something that is merely to be  hoped for; it is to be expected. It sel-  , dom fails to bring relief, arid in your  j own individual  case   it   will   do   the  same. So universal haa been the success  of  this  far-famed  remedy  that  every one  afflicted with this disease  owes it to himself to try it.  To  Build New Bridge  A Power Of Its Own.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has a subtle power of its  own. All who have used it know this  and keep it, by them as the most valuable liniment available. Its uses are  innumerable and for many years it  has been prized as the leading liniment for man and beast.  Cliff Deflects Compass  Aviators usually steer clear of the  Harz Mountains near Ilsenburg, Germany, because the "Ilsestein," a granite cliff some 250 feet high, possesses  'magnetic qualities. It deflects the  compass almost 180 degrees at its  summit.  j Preliminary Work On Bridge Over  South Saskatchewan" River  Progress is being made on the construction of approaches to a new  bridge over the South Saskatchewan  River at Outlook, according to H. R.  Mackenzie, chief engineer of the Department of Highways. The work is  being done as a relief measure.  Though there is little likelihood of  any work on the bridge itself being  started this year, soundings have been  taken preparatory to selection of the  site of the bridge and work on the  approaches started.  Remove all callouses and enlargements from your stock with Douglas'  Egyptian Liniment, a wonderful  remedy.  Canton, China, has just completed  its new water system.  Cocaine is obtained from the leaves  of the cocoa plant.  Lipsticks are being sold in barber  i shops in Finland.  A New Discovery  in Feminine Hygiene  The  Great Bear  Rlvor  Great Bear River which flows from  Great Bear  Lake  to   the  Mackenzie  River,  Is  approximately 70 miles  In  length and has a drop of about 120  feet in. this distance. It Is shown on  & map of Groat Bear Lake and district  on the scale of eight mUes  to  ar_ inch just issued by the Typographical  Survey,  Department  of  tho  Interior,  Ottnwn,  Protects Migratory Birds  ThQ Migratory Birds Treaty, ad-  mh-i.sLercd by tho Department of the  Interior, was made between Groat  Britain and the United States to protect certain species of game and insectivorous birds migrating between  Canada and the United States.  London's  526 entries.  recent dog show, had 3,-  Pains In Stomach and Bowels  So Bad Would Haw<& To Sit Down  writoti:���������"I can  Extract of Wild  tlio Htomuch und  .^-:;���������\_/'_'.___ El..*. ���������_.'���������  a*a J1 T'Tt ��������� ��������������� mmm\ mmmw;������������������-���������   i/-y  Mro. 0. Jam dry, Mouutoa, N.B.,  cortainiy rocoimuutid Dr. Fowler'a  Ht raw berry for cramp:, or pain,, in  bowel...  "Lnat Summer I luul bucIi awful paiim in my  Btoinach, nnd lower jiarl, of my bowels, at tlmoii, I  would havo io Hit down. I took 'Dr. Fowler'n' and  watt noon, nil lovo. I,  "Whnu my .liil.lrm. woro Mtnull T ulwayn Icopt a  bottlo io tin. house und It .wiped Ilium wonderfully  wlumovor iuiv oi' thorn luul bowol comi-lnlaU."  Eoonomlce  Condition..   Of   Profession  Being Lowered, II Is Stated  Too many physicians are being  turned out in Canada with the result  the economic condition of the medical  profession Is bjjlng lowered, declared  Dr. J. M. McCallum, Victoria University, in addressing the Ontario  College of Physicians ana Surgeons  Council at Tordnto.  Dr. W. Psankle, Wolfe Island, had  pointed out 323 students vyont up  for the Dominion council examination  and only five wore "plucked" and 42  others "referred" because thoy failed  In ono or two subjects.  A pleasant medicine for children  is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,   and   It  Is  excellent  for  driving  worms from thc system.  Franco has placed a quota on radio  Import...  Many  Brazil,  homos   arc   bolng   built In  W.    N.    XT.    1051  "Why dabble wltlv dangerous poisons?  Why  suitor the Inconvenience of preparing solutions?  Why  bo uncertain?  TT. Q. Tablets contain  no poison, cro-  asol  or  bichloride,  yot  destroy  objectionable germs ln a Tew seconds..  IT. O. Tublola aro non-caustic and will  not. barm thc mo*., dollcato tissue.  Designed to servo tho most exn.cl.lng  requirementh of feminine hygiene, and  proparod so that thoy may be an'canity  available whon travelling as In tho  privacy of ono's own borne, IT. O. Hy-  glono Tablets afford a wife, mi re  and satisfactory means of protection  against virile, health-threatening bacteria. PacKod In a small vial containing twolvo tablet.., thoy eon bo carried  Inconspicuously In lwtnd bag or travelling case. Immediate availability and  safe. Immediate action aro tho hioVIIh  of IT, CI. Hyglono Table ta.  Dainty and nnow white, tho tnblot  ln easily placed, ami acta immediately,  dlHHolvh-K ploaoantly in Uio natunil  accretion.., hoUIi.k lo work at onco a������  an antiaopllo and functioning without  Injury to tlio dollcato motnbrano with  which It oomoH in contact, Not. only  does tho tablet, doftlroy tho bacteria by  contact, but. tho germicidal vapour liberated by tha dlnfiolvlng of tho tablet  lion tho mime antlnoptto proportion a������  tho tablet llficlf, and prolong.. llr-> protective eflleiicy for rinvoral bourn, Ttoll.  tnblot and vapour aro moro powerful  thnn any carbolic acid dilution., or  poltionouH other hoUiUoi.h unecl for tlio  purpose of protection from bacteria lb  feminine hyglono.  TT. G, Hyglono To blot h provide an  effective, Htalnlom., safe and gentle  method of feinlnluo hygiene, und moot:  all tho rconlromonlH of tin.. fuHlldloui.  modern womi.ll,  MEDICALLY  APPROVED  Impartial bio-chemists and many well-  known medical authorities hnve approved the formula of IT, Q. Hygiene  Tablets itnd atteatod tholr liJirmless  germicidal properties.  Tf for any reason doubt oxl..t_. pognrrt-  lug tho safety of tho uso of tliese Tub-  lots, wo recommend that you (nice a  pnekago to your family physician nnd  consult ,1.1m regarding their liari������lcws-  i.08s and ollloloncy,  SENT   ANYWHERE   BY   MAIL  If your druggist In unable to supply  you, or If you prefer to nond direct.  the coupon below nnd a Dollar bill will  bring you a full hI/.o tubo of II. C  Tablets, will, full direction** for tholr  uho, If for oi,_y reason you do not wish  to Icoop them, return whatovor rem. Ins  and wo wlll promptly refund your Dollar and pontage.  H.  Q   LABORATORIES,  LIMITED  60   Front   St.    Want.    -    -    t'oronto   2  __: : . ; ff :   IT. G. T.abo.atorlos,  (Dopt, 32)  GO Front Bt. West. Toronto 2,'  Kncloaod plotuio find One Dollar, for  which ploai-R send mo. ui.rtor i-h-ln  wrappor, ono package of IT, O. Tablet*., together with full direct lonn  for their uho, under tho monoy-  baetc guarantee as i.tat<_d lu thin  udvortii-uutoMt.  (pleaae print)  Name  Addro.it.  Olty  Prov.  -rniitiiiiMi mi - :' TEBB   REVIEW.   CBESTON.   B.   01  /  /./' V>  ������jl  IRES  SEAWAY I  ISAPPRPED  ...,��������� Ottawa, Ont.-���������Canada and United  States have agreed on final terms for  construction of the St. Lawrence deep  waterways scheme. Simultaneously,  thla announcement was made in Ottawa and Washington. Preparation df  the treaty is under way and the  document will be executed at an ear-  ...  The United States Congress and  Senate will probably give its official  approval of the agreement before  work is started. The Canadian parliament likewise will have to approve  the treaty.  'Long anticipated, the official announcement broke simultaneoulsy in  Ottawa and Washington. In the whole  gamut of world engineering the project will be second only to the Panama Canal. Described officially as a  means of improving andT cheapening  transport for a -- large part of the  North American continent, carrying  out of the project wilt enable vessels  now .commonly plying on the Great  Lakes to reach the sea. Alternately,  ocean vessels will be able to penetrate the continent to the head of the  Great Lakes.  Combined, with great navigational  facilities will be a very substantial  power development. More than 5,000,-  000 horse power of electrical energy  will be made available. Of this total,  2,200.000 horse power will be generated in the international section. Ontario will have the use of 1,100,000.  The United States under the boundary waters treaty, will have the remaining 1,100,000 horse power. In the  national or purely Canadian section,  lying in Quebec province, 3,000,000  horse power will ultimately be developed. The Beauharnois power project,  30 miles from Montreal, will be  Utilized in the national section.  Thus���������400 years after its discovery  by Jacques Carter���������the St. Lawrel.ce  River by international action may go  far towards revolutionizing transportation in Canada. Again, there will be  the industrial activity contingent on  the water power development.  Duty Oh Free Slate $m fe  Canada Stands To Benefit _*_o__i Imposition Of New Levies  London, England.���������The British  Government has carried out its threat  to levy fresh duties on goods from  the Irish Free State. The revenue  from the new duties will recoup the  British treasury for the losses consequent on "the Free State's default of  land annuities.  The government's special measure  passed by parliament gives the- government the power to levy up to 100  per cent, ad  valorem on Free  State  ,_- M*  The Irish Free State Cbmmodit.es  on which tho' new duties apply are  principally livestock, poultry and  game; butter, eggs and cream; bacon  and pork.  There were reports the Canadian  livestock trade in particular was already experiencing some benefit from  the setback for the Irish exporters.  I  ON GANGES COMMIirFEEl  Soviet Acreage Is  Far Bleow Estimate  Nearly Million Acres Less Under Cultivation This Year  Moscow, U.S.S.R.���������Soviet Russia  has wound up the spring sowing campaign with nearly 1,000,000 acres less  than last year under cultivation. The  total Is nearL*7 1-5,000 000 acres below  the  programme.  Official figures place the total area  sown on July 1 at 241,000,500, last  year and 255,875,000 planned. Failure  to come up to the expectations was  attributed largely to the poor showing of the Ukra'ne where a bad  drouth last year caused great loss of  crops and seed.   _ -  ���������_&r  ������������������������-������ .qpm- ' mix em  on*,  Suggestion   Made That Coal Vessels  From Britain Would Take Back  ���������  .   VPhest. Gargoes  London, England.���������The familiar  (suggestion that a barter agreement  should be arranged between Britain  and Canada so that British vessels  taking British coal to_ Canada,would  secure cargoes of Canadian wheat  was again made in the House of Commons by Mrs. Ida. Copeland, Conservative..  >-_ ���������  ������������������  L. Hore-Belisha, parliamentary secretary to the Board of Trade, said the  suggestion was not practical. He had  no information in regard to the nationality of the vessels in ���������which either  wheat or the 1,033,000 tons of British  coal exported to Canada in the 12  months ending May 31 last, was carried, he said.  Mrs. Copeland asserted that most  of the 30,000,000 bushels of Canadian  wheat brought to Britain in the period, mentioned were carried in foreign vessels.  Ban On Saloon  Dr. G. S. Cameron, Peterborough,  Ont., who is a member of the Advisory Committee on Cancer appointed  recently to confer with the'Ontario  Government on any problem it considers should be brought to the-attention of" the legislating authorities.  PeterHeenan At the throttle _������������������ ^ _._ ._   #.  _  _    s  . Proposal Of U.S. Senator For Repeal  Of 18th Amendment  Again Takes Charge As Engineer Of       Washington.���������A resolution propos-  C.P.R. Train tng a new constitutional amendment,  Kenora    Ont.���������Employees    at    the j repealing   the   18th* amendment   but  Kenora    Canadian    Pacific    Railway ; outlawing the saloon", was introduced  shops saw a familiar figure in "an old ' in the United  States senate by  Se__=  role recently, when Hon. Peter Hee-!  nan, M.P., who was Minister of La-j  Back To Land Plans  Saskatoon Expects To Effect Big Saving Jn Relief Costs  Saskatoon, Sask.���������Archie Wilson,  chairman of the committee in connection with the farm, settlement scheme,  reported to city council that a month-  ator Carter Glass of "Virginia, for  years one of the leading supporters of  prohibition.  Senator Glass* asked for immediate  consideration of his" resolution, but  this was blocked by Senator Norris,  Republican, Nebraska. '  The constitutional amendment proposed by the Virginian -would allow  states that want liquor to have it, but  would keep the saloon unconstitutional.   It also would prohibit transporta-  Rnmor Not Confirmed  Hw__ _*������������������/*������������  !_<_��������� lliO-airsi CNs������1_  Stated That Billions Of Dollars Withdrawn From Circulation  University, Va.���������Five hundred million dollars in "centuries and grands"  has been withdrawn from circulation  in the United States by members of  tho underworld since Al Capone was  arrested, and the seabury investigation was started, Robert Warren,  economist, told the Virginia Institute of Public Affairs.  He estimated that Americans are  hoarding $2,000,000,000 in cash. This  was withdrawn mostly in hundred,  thousand and ften-thousand-dollar  bills.  1_.  would be made, provided the 1,336 applications receive the indorsation of  the provincial, government. Of the  applications,made 211 were British  by birth, 28 naturalized Americans, 6  unnaturalized Americans, 33 foreign  naturalized and 34 foreign unnaturalized.  Mr. Wilson in his report recommended that the regular sittings to  interview applicants be discontinued.  Was Ahead Of Schedule  Will Not Affect Canada  Ottawa, Ont.���������The decision of the  Norwegian government to occupy a  strip of territory in Greenland is regarded only with academic Interest  here. The matter does not affect Canada, nor has it any bearing on Canada's suzerainty over thc islands of the  eastern Arctic. Greenland has always  been regarded by the Canadian gov-  ������rinmemt as Danish territory.  First Inbound Ship Reaches Churchill  Loaded With Freight  Churchill.���������The first inbound freight  of the season arrived here July 12,  when the motor sailing vessel "Fprt  Severn," .arrived.with furs from York  Factory, Severn and Trout Lake. The  ship is owned by the Hudson's Bay  Company, Capt. O. Morris in command. Although heavy ice packs were  encountered the schooner was not  bothered, and arrived here two days  ahead of schedule.  The ship loaded at midnight with  supplies for far north outposts. The  "Ocean Eagle," government trawler,  Is on ice patrol north of the harbor.  bor   in   the   Liberal   Government   of  Right  Hon.   W.   L.   Mackenzie  King,  mounted  the  cab of No.   2 train   to  take charge as engineer from Kenora  to Ignace.  Thirty   years    ago    Peter   Heenan  first took up the throttle here as an  engineer aad this was only interrupted   when   he    entered    the    political  arena, first in the Ontario legislature  and later in the Dominion Parliament j tion of liquor into states where it was  when he joined  the cabinet as Min- ; forbidden.  ister of Labor. !  Now he returns to harness after a  long absence,   and nobody,   not  even  Mr. Heenan himself, appears excited  about it.    It is just all  in  the day's   No Declaration Regarding a  Session  wo Of Parliament In October     _  Ottawa; Ont.���������-Confirmation of the  statement attributed to Dr. W. D.  Cowan, (Cons., Long Lake), that a  session of parliament wo^ald be called  in October could not be secured here.  The last word in that respect was the  statement made by the Prime Minister in reply to a question by Rt. Hon.  W. L. Mackenzie King in the House  of Commons two days prior to prorogation.  Declaring he would regard it as his  duty to communicate to the House  any conclusion arrived at by tlie Imperial Conference, Mr. Bennett said  he was not in a position to make any  statement regarding the re-assembling of parliament until after the  conference had concluded its labors.  BRITAIN  FRANCE HAVE  REACHED ACCORD  London, England.���������-Great Britain  and France have agreed that In the  future they will exchange views with  complete candor on matters similar  to those settled at the Lausanne  Conference, Sir John Simon, secretary  of state for foreign affairs, announced in the House of Commons.  First of all, he said, they will cooperate in laying out the ground  for a world economic conference.  Then and thereafter they will keep  each other mutually informed on any  questions coming to their notice  which may affect Europe as a whole.  "It is to be hoped," said Sir John,  "that other governments will join us -  in adopting this procedure."  Sir John Simon, foreign secretary,  surprised the House of Commons and  the country with this announcement  in the House.  He emphasized this agreement had  no connection whatever with relations  between France and the United States  or between Britain and the United  States, specifically in respect to the  war debts owed to America.  He thus made clear the accord was  not to be confused with the "gentle^  men's agreement" signed by Britain,  France and Italy at Lausanne which  will hold the Lausanne reparations  settlement in . abeyance until the  United States has been heard from on  the question of war debts revision.  Need Of Action  Will Seek loan  City   Of   Calgary   Needs   Money   To  Carry On Relief Bxpen ditures  Calgary, Alberta.���������The city of Calgary will seek a $1,000,000 loan from'  the Bank of Montreal immediately, it  has been decided by city council.  City finances were in dire need of  bolstering, it was pointed out, and if  the loan is obtained the city will be  able to carry on its relief expenditures,, aided by the promised $250,000  support from the Dominion Government.  At present tho city is in debt to the  bank to the amount of $1,700,000.  REACHES HIS 9Srd MILESTONE  Sul.scrl.ptIo.-_.  For Pence Park  Dunscith, N.D.���������Canada and U.S.  clasped hands on the .international  boundary in Turtle Mountain Peace  Park to co.mmemior.ato the long  friendship of their peoples, A $5,000,-  000 fund is planned for it. Subscriptions of from five to 10 cents will be  asked of Canadian and United States  ���������eeliool children.  Unemployment Prohlftm  Vancouver, B.C.-���������Talcing exception  to the British Columbia Government's  proponed now direct reMef plan.'., the  executive of the Union of Brltlwh Columbia Municipalities meeting hero,  decided to apply direct to Ottawa Cor  a federal representative to study tho  unemployment relief problems of tho  province.  Plan Another Flight  Round  the  World Flyeri* May Make  Second Attempt  Oklahoma    City.���������The     possibility  has  arisen  that  Bennett  Griffin   and  Jim ml e Mattern, whose try ended in  a Rust-Ian peat bog, may step off the  boat and Into anothor 'piano for n  second attempt when they come back  from Europe.  Efforts to have  the  second  available in New    York    are  made  by  Clarence  Pago,   the  business manager, Pago said.  'plane  being  flyers  Chaplin iPillew Pi otewt  Loh Angeles.���������Charlie Chaplin, lis't-  ������d on thc county nrsneasment: roll as  tho richest man in Hollywood, posaoa-  Hing taxable securities worth $7,fiS7,-  f_70, filed a protest with the county  board of supervisors nooklng to show  his wealth was highly overrated, I-IIb  lawyer., aalcl thc comedian's Necurllte..;  were worth but $1,057,310 and asked  for a re-nar)e._.m_ent.  Want    No     Prolonged     Preliminary  Palaver At Conference  London, England.���������Touring western  Canada at the present time, Lord  Rothermere, English newspaper magnate, is losing no opportunities to  stress the importance of the Imperial  Economic  Conference at Ottawa.  His Daily Mail will feature a cable  sent by Lord Rothermere from Calgary with the caption "Ottawa Must  Dare and Do." He declares the empire  "wants action."  'Tf the delegates engage in prolonged preliminary palaver the conference will be choked, in its own  verbiage," Lord Rothermere says.  He declares that Canada can purchase within the empire ������50,000,000  worth of goods annually that she is  now getting" from outside the empire.  New Alberta Loan  Provincial Issue Steadily Gaining  Prestige On British Market  Edmonton, Alberta.���������Closing quotations on Alberta Government bonds,  recorded on the London stock exT  change, is taken as evidence here that  tlie provincial issue Is steadily gaining prestige in the British market,  When the issue was first floated it  received a cool reception.  "News of the gain received by the  Alberta government bonds ls very  gratifying indeed, Hon. R. G. Reid,  provincial treasurer, told the Cana*  dian  Press here.  French Aviator Crashes  Lyons, France.���������On the last lap of  a 4,700 mile flight, Colonel Giilleme-  ney was killed in a crash on thc way  from. Venice to Le Bourget. Commandant Goslln, his companion, waa  fatally injured and died In a few  minutes. They left Le Bourget on July  6 and flew to Bucharest, Warsaw,  Istanbul and Venice-.  Seaplane Sinks  London, England.���������A Royal Air  Force seaplane with a crew of eight  sank in the Irish Channel off Lame,  Antrim. Six ������of the crow were Bnvcd  by the steamer "Nlcosund," the two  other members of the crew landing  safely later on the Antrim "coast, ho,v������  ing paddled aahoro In a rubber boat-  This most recent photo of John D. Rocdiofeller, founder of owe of tho  greatest for'tunc_."ln United States Industrial history, shown tlie aged oil ldngr  as he appeared with the. Rev. J. H. H. Darling, pastor of the Flrnt Presbyterian Church of Lakeswood, N.J., when he attended service there recently.  John- D. looks npr'y and active, despite the fact that on July 8tli he passed hl.i  03rd! milcBtono.  Kleeted PreHldcnt  ������*Chicngo,���������Charles. H. SwJft linm  been elected president of Swift International, succeeding ISctward F. Swift,  deecjiHttri. Thc action was taken at a.  meeting of thc Board of Directors Jut  BuonoH Aires, Argentine. Aklcn EL  EJwJft waa made vlco-preaidcnt. 'THJfl   CKjgbvum   KJKVllJKW  Dr. Cairnes, head of the geological survey, is planning an investigation into the possibilities  of tapping underground sources  of water in the vicinity oi  Summerland. If such water can  be located it would prove useful  for irrigating.  ������������������������������������������������������������������_������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������a������_ ������������������������������������������������������ _o������X"������������������"XO(_>  ? :  =   __n__r__nnn^  1  i     UHI1IDUU  \    Mosquito and    \  1    Fly Repeliant    I  : E  ��������� A proven   product   ���������  :  ��������� invaluable      to     Miners,   I  jj   Farmers, Sportsmen,   5  ��������� Prospectors,  Fruit   Pick-   S  ��������� ers, Clampers, etc.    A re-   :  ��������� pellant   which   will keep :  ������ any insect away   for sev-  :  ��������� eral  hours.   Beneficial   to  ; the skin, non-  ������ poisonous.       Bottle  very "successful air show  Capacity of the fish hatehery  at Nelson is to be increased.  Fernie is al ready preparing  plans for a big sports program on  Labor day.  Application is being made fcr a  beer parlor licence for the King  hotel, Ainswofth,  An amalgamation of the  Grand Forks and Kaslo 1500  clubs has been suggested.  Fish eggs planted in Okanagan  I and Similkameen streams during  the past two weeks total almost a  million.  25c -|  V. MAWSON  CJRESTON  A. W. Lymbery of Gray  Creek  has come forward with  a  sugges-  {tion that   signs   along   highways  be taxed. v  As a result of the Aero Club  show there, a suggestion has been  made that the Pentieton air port  be enlarged.  Amount due city of Armstrong  from Dominion and provincial  sources for relief work purposes  is in dispute.  Earnings of West Kootenay  Power & Light Co. for first half  of the current year covered bond  interest and preferred dividend  requirements by a  good  margin.  A   WCI  * i_C  tins    Koon  9  ������  ���������  t  ���������  1  ���������  ���������  >  _  *  ������  r  >  *  *  r  t  was  held at "Pentieton     last     week.^  There     were     more - than    two  spectators in attendance.  There is some talk in Revelstoke about a projected daily  stage and boat service between  Revelsetoke and Nakusp.  Kaslo is asking the minister of  public works to classify the road  connecting the south and Nakusp  through Kaslo as an arterial highway. ������������������.���������,.-'  Rossland is asking that the  government cancel placer mining  licences of several operators .along  Stony creek, source of that city's  water supply.  "Working     Class  m^Ay^aa%m^Wm*m^m *, W* MA1K.    1 \S 4mf A*, f  posting notices in that city indicative of plans for a march on  the Dominion capital.  Reports that the O.P.R. would  discontinue operation of boat  service on Okanagan lake have  been officially denied by. C. A.  Cotterill, B.C. superinteudent.  Pet parades   are    becoming  a  popular event for children in the  Kootenays. Four hundred kids  participated ' in a show of this  kind at the Dominion day doings  at Fernie.  Some thirsty gentlemen raided  the liquor store at Greenwood  recently and decamped with $1800  worth of choice wet goods. It is  believed they came from across  the line.  Hot Weather  DRINKS and EATS  Our stock of Seasonable Delicacies in this line is.  most complete. Lime and Orange Juice, Grape Fruit  Juice and other fruit extracts are available in a wide  variety to meet your require merits.  11  __������_���������  1UU  __li_������__   x\j     L.uv;j__t      V.UI-    -tssuri_i.--t-.m.    ui  canned meats, fish* etc., solves the problem.    Moreover  they are all most appetizing.  In stocking op the basket for Boswell Regatta, do  not forget to telephone us or call in for suggestions.  We can make the day more enjoyable and at only a  small outlay for your refreshments.  Creston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  Phone 12  CRESTON  Local and Personal  Plenty of black soil   for   sale.    T    M.  Edmondson. 18-1  In accordance -with a resolution passed  at the last council meeting official notice  is. being given of a public holiday on  July 27th. This will give everyone an  opportunity to shut up shop completely  and attend the regatta at Boswell.  . Mrs. Carl Klockman, who suffered m  Btroke of paralysis on May 31, passed  away last week at her home near Porthill. Mrs. Klockman. who was born in  Germany June 2, 1866. resided in the  Porthill district for the past 20 years.  Stops of the eastbound train here and  at all stations along the line from Sirdar  up are increased tn length to permit of  loading of express fruit shipments.  These are steadily mounting ih proportions as the cherry season advances.  While coming up this side of the ferry  landing from West Creston last Friday,  a team belonging to C. French got badly  mired, necessitating use of a cable and  block and tackle to'effect a release of one  of the horses from the muck, according  to repoits.  A highly creditable piece of road construction is noted on the Red Trail, midway between Erickson and Kitchener.  The highway lias been graded to standard width for some distance, with curvature and grades at an almost irreducible minimWi along that section. "  Complaint is made locally regarding  the activities of outside insurance agents;  They come to Creston in search of prospects, write an occasional policy and  take business away from resident agents  who through local taxes and in various  other ways contribute to the welfare of  the community. It is pointed out that  those taking out insurance are not benefitted in any way, as policies are more  or less standard and that a commission  earned by a local agent on a policy is  kept in circulation within the community  while the same amount of money taken  by outsiders is gone for all time.  Hoii. Wm. McKenzie, minister of  mines in the Tolmie cabinet, accompanied by Chief Provincial Mine Inspector  Dixon, and Mine Inspector Strachan,  of Fernie, drove through Creston on  Sunday. The party was en route from  Fernie to Nelson and made only a brief  stop here. While in Fernie they were  in attendance at the East Kootenay  Mine Safety competition on Saturday  Camping Tim  IS HERE !  a���������i _*- ������n  M.M.4J ry  IS  ii_.uC_- iugf@  eujoyaoie  the vacation   auto  over our  line woen  trip, a  camping expedition or the  basket picnic when proper  accessories are provided.  Don't fail to look  assortment in this  making vacation plans.  THERMOS    BOTTLES -  Gallon, Quart & Pint Sizes  FISHING TACKLE  FLASH LIGHTS  and  Batteries  TEA KETTLES  HAND AXES  G. Sinclair  Greston Hardware  Canyon St. East  ���������*-���������*���������.���������__���������_____���������  >___.__.__. __.__i.J-. <_��������� A.  i���������A. __���������_ _k. __ . ^ , __- m..__. __.__. _!.-._. ___. __*..__  ttes-^mr-ia  ������1*6*533-^ l->-'!-������=*  Unusual Values in  Men's Women's and Children's  MEN'S SOCKS  Fancy Cotton  15c and 25c  Silk and Wool, give splendid wear    50c  Silk and Lisle     40c and 45c  Black Cashmere, all wool    65c  WOMEN'S  Cotton, Black ancl Colored...    30 and 35c  Mercerized, look well and wear well    35c  Special value in Ribbed Top, Rayon and  Lisle, highly Mercerized         55c  Penman's and Circle Bar Silk Hose, sizes  8M> to 10, in light to dark  shades     95c, $1.00, $1.35 and $1.50  Women' Anclets, white and colors    35c  CHILDREN'S  Children's Anelet Sock., colored tops     30c  A splendid wearer in Children's Ribbed  Cotton Hose, fawn  colored, sizes  (. to 7J<j, pair  Larger sixes  ,   Infant's White Hose, Silk and Wool,      2Gc  ....    30c to 35c  pair    30c  CRESTON MERCANTILE  \\jjt \jF ivi r"^^\ I tS b i    Lm i L-/ *  :-M-KK������-3������-^;^^  Gordon Roy non, Nelson, was a local  visitor Friday.  FOR SALE��������� "Canadian Beauty" Hot  Plate, slighely used. See it at V.  Mawson's. 18-1  The Rev. T. Scott returned Saturday  ���������from a couple of day's visitrat Kaslo and  Mirror Lake.  The first steams to get through from  ^Vest Greston' since liiorh. water set in  were in town on Friday.  A big picnic was held at Huseroft on  Sunday, with the usual large attendance  from points on both sides of the line.  LOST���������Pair horn rimmed spectacles,  between parish hall and drug store. 50  cents reward.    Return to Review office.  18-1  Sam Barret, Cranbrook, was here this  week on a visit to his brother "Walter  Barret, manager of the local "Your Cash  Store".  A Kimberley team won the King  shield in the East Kootenay. Mine  Safety association competition at Fernie  on Saturday.  Quite a number of local fishermen  headed dow.i to Sanca on Sunday, a  number of very good catches of main  lake trout being reported.  The Wildcat girls' softball team played  the Huseroft-Porthill girls' softballers on  Sunday at Huseroft. The local girlB  were beaten by a score of three to four.  Anglers who have been down to the  main lake lately report that any char  caught appear thin and half-starved*  Even the fish, it seems, are feeling the  depression.  Through an error in transcription, C.  Allan was credited with re-election as  school auditor in last week's report of  the school meeting. It Bhould have read  J, W Hamilton.  Chas. Mooi*e reports that ,h.a loss in  tho Griffin block fire at Nelson was not  quite as large aa he at first believed.  His transit and other expensive instrument������ were saved.  Water has been receding rapidly from  the flats during the past few days and  the bottom ol" the valley Ib onco  again    assuming    its    moro    familiar  pa_to_al appearance.  Mr. and Mra. Harry Hewatt came  down from Kimberley on Friday evening to attend the wedding of Mra. How  ntt's ainter, Alice LnBolks. Thoy returned home the early part of this  weak.  Gronton Drug & Book Company hns  beon holding a highly auccosaful summer  clearance Bale during'tho past few days  with    a   gopd   volume   of   drug  Btoro  naorchancliat- moving    freely   at   metropolitan price.-..  Recent com plaints of gas thofta ro*  nuHcd in police. InvoBtigntlontr .ant wook  and arro.it at Wynnctol of two tri.nHioi.tB.  Trial boforo Stipendiary Magistrate  Mallnndalno liuit wook produced  rauillelont nvidonco to warrant conviction.  Two wcokii ouoh  _k4B___k_BM__lk  *  4  4  4  ������  4  4  O ___? ____. _r?  _un__; _C-_r  ff^������^V Wm 9S  _rv/K_BV  -  ���������m rr-.   __  ff  V       A    *\m BPk  SPRING CHICKEN, per lb., 25c.  DELHDIOUS   COOKED   MEATS  Cooked Ham,  Veal Loaf,  Veal/ Ham and Tongue  Bologna;  Cheese Loaf,  Baked Ham, Head Cheese  Corned Beef, "Werners.  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