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 ?ma.������B.x.  eraes  S.'iT.A; :  ,VV>-,^.tf-..T-a-^yi^^>Y-1iri:i^.'"  111  --.: r: ���������. .AArAAAAAAAiri  v������,..r;.?.4^:  S^oVifi'ciiri^XiibffiS^fi ;.^ ^A ���������&  y  rf_ 'Ay ^kfefe"^?^Kp'-B--'--���������  Vot   XXI  CRESTON, B. G*. f KID AY. JUNE 28, 1929  No.  17  Fe^er Students  ������  Twenty-Two Pupils Trying for  Entrance to High School -43  Passed on Recommendation-���������  18 Try Junior Matriculation^  Fffteen students are today completing  writing on the papers ^set by the* department in connection with high school promotions, 12 of whom are writing on third  year, and three oh first year papers, the  latter trio all toeing from Lister school,  where the principal Miss Curtis;. has  taken first year high school work. In  addition to those writing 24 have been  passed on recomendation in first and  second year, Vice������principal Kirk of the  public school is presiding examiner, and  names of those writing and recommended  for promotion are as follows:  Writing for promotion from Grade IX.  to X.���������Charlie Maithouse, Agnes Sinclair  and Andrew Sinclair. All from lister  school.  Promoted from Grade IX. to JX. oh  recommendation without examinations  (names in order of merit)���������Tom Crawford, Herbert - Couling, Joan Hilton,  Andrew Miller, Dora Nickel. Passed  June examinations���������Margaret Blinco,  Clementine Marshall, Jack Hale, Wesley  Blair, Fred Alderson, Ruth Cartwright,  Raymond Martin, Letty Couling, Beryl  Nichols.  Prompted from Grade X. to IX. ori  recommendation without examinations  (names in order of merit���������Gwedo Bene-'  detti, Aileen Spratt,C!aud Simpson* Mar-  cella Sanford, Jean McCreath Ada Lewis,  Alex Hetderson, Lyle Kemp, frank  Crawford. Passed June examinations���������  Gwett Webster, Mary Rentz. .  Writing for promotion rrom Grade XI.  to XII.���������Floyd Celli, Arthur Couling,  Margarec Fraser, Mary Goodwin, James  Handley, Dora Healey, Laura Holmes,  Clara Hunt, .Muriel Knott, Jessie Learmonth, Lorna Lytle, Ruby Martin,  Henry Miller, Beulah Penson, Madeline  Putnam, Percy Robinson, Harold Speers.  Byron Willis.  Riiss Wade of the pubiic school teaching staff is in charge of 22..pupils from  Creston and surrounding schools who  have written oil the entrance to high  school papers. In additipn to tnese 13  of the Creston school pupils have been  passed on recommendation. Canyon City  and Erickson both have five candidates,  with two each from Kitchener and lister  and five from Creston; Those writing  and recommended for pass are:  lister���������George Mitchell, William Yeiv  bury.  smm  *^w>eie������jrai.e  XA*C1CU  Hurl,  <"������ ,! rtjjm..     I    PT>.M.. T*Jkm.A  voujruu ..   -wivjr':���������'.Bajavjpjr       x^vuu,  Browell,   Robert    Hale/  Bessie  Geprge Wickholm.  Erickson-*���������Frances Handley, Robert  McMaster,-Sidney Scott, Robert Speaker,  Muriel Thurston.  Mr. and Mra. McDonald have returned  to Kimberley after'a short visit with the  latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John  Kelly. <  The high water ii* going down and the  mosquitoes are coming- up. With so  much rain in June the expected hot weather is sure to produce millions of these  peats.  Harry Compton, who has been assistant C.P.R. agent at Kimberley the past  few months, - has been transferred for  similar work at McGillivray.  Strawberry shipping commenced in  good earnest at thc first of the week.  Reed & Mather, with eight acres of them  are the big shippers. They are employing a staff of of 22 pickers at present.  School is due to close for the summer  vacation this week. It is expected Principal Lucas will be returning for another  year.  Strawberries in sufficient quantity were  in evidence ' on Tuesday and the train  stop at the Smith '.crossing oommenced  that day. Fred Ash is again in a charge  off shipping.  ���������       1 r _ , .       .     . ���������  It is   reported- that  a  truckload   of  amused himself paddling around in a  canoe, and it was not until swimming  operations were completed that one of  party noticed the canoe floating upside  down about 200 yards away from the  bathing place. Provincial police officer  Olund at Creston was immediately notified and grappling was commenced that  night and has been proceeding ever since,  but so far without success.  Ueatii Summons  *M%JfM.ASX ���������������������������\M&-mMM*AE&M,  KItGfa&BBGf0  Native of Ontario���������21 Years in  Western Canada���������Resided at  Erickson Since 1910���������Leaves  Husband and Two Sons.  a  * ������ i   ������. ���������������jr_i.ia__*_  xwjl' tvccu ot mawct n  Richard Molahher anii Edith Nelson  are at Craston this week, writing on the  promotion examinations from Grade 8 toV  Graded  Miss Ford, who has been in charge of i  Kitchener public school the past year,  has resigned, und is leaving for home on  Saturday. Both pupils and parents are  sorry to lose her as her work given excellent satisfaction.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Molander motored to  Cranbrook on Saturday, returning the  following day.  Miss Elsie Nelson, who has been in  Cranbrook, has returned to her home in  Kitchener.  Miss Beatrice Molunder. who has been  ���������    JL*. UOV1 Will"  Tedford.-  Demchuk,  M*a*aw5*vl  met with a mishap coming in on Friday,  and three of the party were so badly  injured that they had to be taken to the  hospital.  diravxVw  left by  Molander, Edith  Kitchener-���������Richard  Nelson.  Creston-���������^Minnie Downes, Jean Henderson, Frances Lewis, Frances Lewis,  Dorothea Macdonald,   Arthur   Nichols.  Eleven pupils at Creston have been  passed on recommendation, as follows,  names in drdes of  merits���������Jack  Young,  SPaylbK B  Sarah Quirm; Faye Tompkins,' Elsa Willis,'  Marjorie Learmonth, LeRoy Johnson.  R.   Langbrecker.. was  Luthern church service  last week.  in charge of   a  here   ono sight  home for the summer vacation.  B. Johnson and Laura Andeen  motor for Spokane on Tuesday intending  to bring-back Mrs. Johnson, who has  been visiting in that city. While there,  however, Mr. Johnson took suddenly ill  and was taken to Sacred Heart hospital.  Word, however is just to haiy! that he  much improved, and will be home before  che end of the whek.  Lister  Idaho  There will be Entertainment  galore!  Horse Racing  Indian Powow  Boxing Card  Athletic Contests  hj'%,mV*2*mtt (L   & ������Mlt������%,im,m������  Airplane  Fireworks  Dancing  Also Gigantic Show  depicting  Mrs. Waterhouse, of Manchefter, England, arrived on Wednesday and will  spend the summer on a, visit with her  sister, Mrs. Knott, and her neice, Mrs.  X 4% emir a ���������  Ttair*  'Ma wv������   ���������  ��������� Ml ' i U(| f IP  Town   will   be  wide   opon���������  Roulette. Poker, Blackjack,  Craps, Keno, <&c.    You can  gamble all you like.  The Street Parade  will be led by the  Moose Band of  i/o ii c iviiss tins fi3������ig  Celelbration !  R. Stevens left at the end of the week  ,?ror Trail,-where he is a visitor with his  son, Ernest. *y  Miss Ivy Hurry has just arrived from  Nelson, to spend the next couple of  months with her father, George Hurry.  She is a student at Nelson high school  and has been promoted on recomendation  from Grade 10 td 11.  The. Alf. Wellspring, A. S. Evans,  Harry Demchuck and Frank Baker  ranches are all on the strawberry "shipping list commencing this week, and  others will be shipping before the week  is out.  Mr. and Mrs. Bush, with Miss Mary  and Bill BubIi, of Creston,-were Sunday  guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jacks.  C. F. Williamson, Dominion scale inspector, and G. K. Dundas of Calgary,  representing the Goodrich Rubber Company, were business callers at the first  of the week.  Fred Tedford, who has been away for  thepqat two "months on a trip to the  Peace River country returned on Friday.  He states that there ia quite nn influx of  people into ^ that country this spring.  He" discovered that even in that section  tho queaton of a water supply is just as  serious as hero,  Eight tables of playora were out for tho  card party nnd social to officially wind  tho Community Society season of whists  at the schoolhouBO on Friday night. Tho  official count on tho series of games  played showed that Mrs, Bird and Mrs.  Mnlthouflo had scored the hiRhofib number of points, and that s.mtllar honors  had fallen to J. Ilew.taot. and Chas.  Huscroft, nil of whom wore remembered  with nice gifts. Tho moat pleasing feature of tho evening, however, waa tho  presentation of a string of pearls and a  handbag to Mtr. Fred Powers, who has  has buon aecrotary of the society since it  v;as fErafc organised. Tho pi'^-w.laUo.'i  was mado hy tho provident, E. J. Malt-  hotiHo anti came mi tt complete surprise to  Mrs. Power a.  Mr. and Mrs. Wall and son, Ronald,  who have been at Medicine Hat, Alberta,  for some months past, returned to  Wynipuiel last fseefe. i**^./,*-     .      ������.   ^ a.  .. A. Cameron who bas been laid up with  a sprained arm, returned from. Cranbrook hospital last week.  Miss 01 wen Evans of Cranbrook was a  visitor with-Wynndel friends last week.  Miss M.Joy, who has been attending  high school at Fernie the past term,  is home for the summer holidays.  Mrs, and Miss J. Allan of Yahk are  here to help with the strawberry harvest.  Mrs. Eric Wood orf"Kimberiey is here  this week on a visit with her mother,  Mrs. Ringheim.  Misses Palmer and Quick of Cranbrook have just arrived to, lend a hand  with Wynndel's berry harvest,  Louis Abbot, who has been at high  school at Cranbrook is home for the  summer vacation.  Wynndel Women's Institute have a  meeting on Friday night, 28th, at 7.80  o'clock, when Mrs. McLachlan, supervisor of Women's Institutes, will be present and deliver an address.  By-a vote of -5$t������������ lancf^^ers ^thin-*  the boundaries of the Arrow Creelsrirrig-  ation district on Wednesday, voted in  favor of the trustees borrowing $150,000  and getting on with construction as  quickly as possible.  Mr. Adams and Miss Mader of the  Yahk public school teaching staff, were  guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs.  LeeHeric. .P  The heavy hand of death has again  been felt at Erickson with the passing  of Mrs. John Graham, after a lingering  illness, at an early hour on Tuesday mor-  ���������tfing.::'.'_.  Deceased, who was in her 68 year, was  a native of Motherweil, Perth county,  Ontario, and was married at St. Mary's,  Ontariov in 1S00 living in that town and  Guelph until coming to Wetakiwin,  Alberta, in 1908, where Mr. and Mrs.  Graham were residents, for about two  years, moving to Erickson in 1910, where  they have resided ever since.  Tho funeral  took  on Wednesday to  Creston cemetery, with Rev^R. E. Cribb  officiating, and E. Cartwright, F. Clark,  Jas. Mirphy, Bert Young,  Ed, Martin  and John Bird acted as pallbearers, and  a large turnout of friends and neighbors  to pay a last tribute of respect, while the  many floral rememberances also bespoke  the high regard in which she was held.  She leaves a husband and two  sons,  Will and High, at home to  mourn her  passing.   Although   her death was  not  unexpected it is none the less keenly felt  ���������'u" many by  whom   she   was  held   in  highest esteem.   The late Mrs. Graham  displayed all the estimable qualities of  wife, mother and neighbor and in their  great loss Mr- Graham and the boys will  have the sincere sympathy of all.  Those sending floral tributes were:  Family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. A. G.  Stevens and family,Wetaskiwin, Alberta;  I "Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Speaker, Mrs. Bliss,  f^iss V. Hills, Miss Fraser, Mr. and Mrs.  Bert Young, Mra. Dodds and family,  Mr. and Mrs. Packenham and family,  Mr. and Mrs. Martin and family, Mr.  and Mrs. S. Scott, the Littlejohn family  Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.  Telford, Mr. and Mrs. John Bird, Mr.  and Mrs. Leadheater.  Stli-ttar  Miss Williams waa a visitor with Nelson friends a few days last week.  Jas. Wi.flon of the Grey Royal Gcanite  marble works is a business visitor at  Cranbrook and Kimberley this week.  Miss Eileon Heap left on Saturday for  a visit with friends iw Cranbrook,  H. Dibley was retiewirtg acquaidtonces  in Nelson a few days last week.  Mrs. Dennes and Mrs. Cam were calling on Creston friends on Monday.  Harry Gillie, C.P.R. operator left on  Thursday for Montreal and Now York,  for a visit with his mother and sister.  MiflBGB Randall And Ewing, teachers  of Wynndel, were Sunday visitors with  Mrs. Bieumenauer.  Mrs. Soolce of Hometown, Susie, nnd  Mm. Whitoiudc of Crowtmeat were visitors with Mrs. MaHIn������ few days last  week.  The first drowning of tho season occur-  ed here on Monday night whon a youth  by the name of Arnot Flavanaturc, who  haa jiwfc recently arrived from Saskatchewan to work on construction, lost his  111%). 2C   W������J.'������al   .i\jj.AU~-   tl'iUt  'WS.SIIU  ������4     )'<*' ><>  of tho new bridge enginoorB wero in  Bw.Tnm.njj in tho bay about opponitc tho  raection house,   tho  unfornunuto  youth  Ray Crisler was a business. visitor at  Spokane at the weekend-, returning on  Sunday.  Misses Gwen Webster and Hazel Hop-  wood of Creston were weekend visitors  with Ruth Cartwright and Marcella  Sanford respectively.  Marion Heric and Sadie Fraser were  Yahk visitors on Saturday, returning in  the evening with Mr. Heric. ���������  T. W. Bundy got back on Sunday  from Cranbrook, after a twelve day stay  in St. Eugene hospital, where he underwent an appendicitis operation.  Stanly Sanford left on Sunday for his  home in Champion, Alberta.  John Tomkins returned to Goatfell on  Sunday where he is resuming logging  operations.  Word has jnst beem received that Mr.  Packenham has been successfully operated upon for cancer at-Cranbrook hospital, to which institution he was taken  on Thursday last,  Agnes and Wallace Sinclair bf Lister  who are writing on tho Grade 9 examinations nt Creston this week, are guests of  Mr. and Mrs. E. Cartwright.  With the warm weather that set in at  the end of the week express shipping at  tho depot ia getting heavy and Ed. Clark  is now employed as assistant agent.  Mrs. Angus Cameron was a visitor at  Bonners Ferry a couplo of days at tho  first of thc week.  Tho Erickson candidates writing on  tho entrance to high school eqamlnatlona  at Creston this week are Francos Handley, Robert MeB^ftstor, Sidney Scott and  Muriel Thurston! While Madeline Putnam, Margarot Fraser, Dora Healey,  Ruby Martin, Jim Handley and Floyd  Colli aro writing thoir matriculation examination.) there  Tho many frlendu of John Graham  will regret to hear ot tho death of Mrs.  GmWii* wl thwir home how on Tuesday  morning, after a lingering Iltnesa. Tho  funeral took place on Wedneadaty, with  Interment In Creaton cemotory.  Tho lato  Mrs. Graham had resided here for almost  20 years and was popular with all.  Although the evening was threatening  showers much of the time there was a  fine tnrnout for the lawn social at Mrs.  Geo. Cartwright's on Friday night,  under the anspices of Trinity United  Church Ladies' Aid, at which the cash  intake was about $66. An appreciated  feature of the affair was the musical  programme in which a three piece orchestra of G. H. Kelly, Ted Staples and  Lionel Moore took paft, with solos by1  Frank and Evalena Clark and W. J.  Truscott, and duetts by Mrs. Kolthammer and Rev. Cribb; Mrs. F. Knott and  W. J. Truscott, with Mrs. Clark and  Mr. Goodwin presiding at the piano.  Dominion Day  Under the auspices of Creston  Valley T?ost Canadian Legion.  Grand Theatre Ballroom  Monday, July 1  DANCING at 9 p.m*  ta "  Idaf&oan t������/rcnestra  of Bonners Ferry will play  all tho newest dance nits.  ^l l|Rjfflw%j?GlBJr������M  ^������"3   (T^fTm.  jrtuxL^AYflfli^i������JJa\-^JfNj   *p m. m\P\F  each. Supper Included. T3IE    EEVIEW,    CRESTOK,    B.    C.  as  Constant daily testing and Idendin^ of the world's choicest  ���������teas give l������ed Kose Tea its immitalsle -flavor and never-varying  goodness.   Every package guaranteed. . 74  Hi Uli*  is ctoocl i^ssT  SS.SL.iJ? ES.Kf*>mZm \3rlJ\ri^������~. ^*-*Z^%J*ut is ������%t"a goccs  /������ the best package���������Clean? bright aluminum  .Apply tlie  Sams Principle  Settlement Scheme Nears End  During recent years there has "been a decidedly better understanding  between the east and the ivcst of Canada, and between the Maritime  Provinces and tlie rest of the Dominion, "based on closer acquaintance and  knowledge of the problems confronting the people in each of the major  sections of this far-Hung country. There is today far less of sectionalism,  prejudice and misunderstanding* than in any previous period of Canada's  history, and. happily, this spirit of goodwill and co-operatton is growing-  more and more pronounced.  Anything: ancl everything* that will tend to promote this wider  knowledge and better understanding- should be done and encouraged* Wc  believe goodwill and understanding: can only he brought about and maintained by frankness and the dissemination of knowledge. That Is, eastern  people must he raade and kept acquainted with actual facts about the west  and informed as to the views, opinions and ambitions of the west, and,  vice versa, western people must be informed in like manner about the east.  And it is particularly tlxe duty of the newspapers, of the Dominion to discharge this patriotic duty.  It is in the performance of that duty we would draw attention to a  recent editorial article appearing in ''The Financial Times," Montreal,  dealing with the subject of the revision of the Grain Act. To much of  that article no exception can be taken, but the whole difficulty ia that ft is  based upon an entirely wrong conception, which fact is naade. abundantly  evident in the concluding sentence of the article, as follows: "The important.  consideration is to protect the buyer, which will at the same time be a  safeguard on the dependable reputation of Canadian wheat in all markets."  This may be the eastern viewpoint, but we submit the western viewpoint, and that is that the word "producer" should be substituted for the  "buyer" in the sentence, quoted.  The person entitled to receive first consideration in matters affecting  the grading, mixing, transportation of wheat is the man who grows the  wheat, not the man who buys it, or transports it, or mills it into flour.  The status of Canadian wheat in the markets of the worid must remain  unimpaired at a high standard, not so much for the benefit bf and  protection of the British or foreign buyer, but in the interests of and to  protect the Canadian farmer who grows the wheat in order that he may  obtain full value for his product and. ample reward for his labor.  ' Submitting the -western viewpoint for the benefit of eastern people, it  may well be asked of "Tiie Financial Time*!*-," and other exponents of 4ts  dictum that in matters affecting the grain trade of ... Canada the  important consideration "is to protect tbe buyer," whether it, and they,  are equally prepared to accept the principle that, in all matters affecting,  say the customs tariff, the important consideration as to protect, not  the manufacturer of the financier who has invested in manufacturing  industry, but the great mass of consumers of Canada, the people who  ''buy" the products of these factories?  If it is the "buyer" of the products of the farm -who are deserving of  first consideration, and -who above all should be protected, then pure logic  must force acceptancee of the principle that it is the "buyer" of the  products of the factories who must likewise be given .first consideration  and their interests recognized and protected first and foremost in all  matters of tariff or other legislation affecting such industries.  In other words, according to the eastern view, as they would apply It  to the farmer, it is not the industry that should be protected, or those who  have made investments in industry and labor in it, but the buyers of the  products created by stich industry. The truth is, however, that when these  same Interests advance tariff and other arguments in their own behalf  they directly reverse thc principle, and resolutely contend that it is the  producing manufacturers who must receive first consideration and be  accorded protection, rather than the buyers, i.e. the consuming masses of  the Dominion.  Good understanding and-complete national co-operation between east  and west cannot be built up in this way. It is impossible to apply one  principle toward western agricultural industry and an opposing principle  to eastern manufacturing industry. The same principle must be applied both  east and west.  Three Thousand Family Settlement  Flan Has Been ������ Success  In a few weeks the 3,000 family  settlement" scheme will "end ahd ito  project of like nature will take'��������� Itjs  place, Hon. Robert Forke, Minister  of Immigration, stated recently.  There was no desire to make the  project an. endless one by replacing  settlers who had abandoned fsjrms,  he ^said.-.-;������������������'���������'���������;.;���������  The project had been successful in  every respect, and Canada had acquired an increase of about 17,0.00  souls hrotigit it, Already 3,250 families had been brought to Canada under the scheftic: a total of 520 famfc  lies had abandoned their farms for  various reasons; 34 had been deported; 72 had returned to Great Britain off their own accord, while 114  remained in Canada ih other employment, either in agriculture or other  work.   .���������      .  ** *  the fine old ctaqs  op side burns and Beaver  hats, the name MFClaiy  meant almost aS niuch  to good house^ive^  as it does in  these Modern Days,  m  :"'���������*_'."_   ���������'������������������'���������::.������������������'��������� '-''-'APBODUCT-ep-  GENERAL.   STEEI,   WARES  MMireo 5"'  **'-..*     ������'.���������'li ������i>"' 25 Branches Across Canada  T^SJi^'/Sf'Sfj J��������������������� OwsT-ieo City. Montreal (2>. Ottawa, Toronto c*>. Hamilton (2). nnuitfattr  WHAT COWGIRLS NEED  When.    Languid.    Anaemic   ancl  Feeling Run Down  When   a   girl   grows  lanquid,   dull  and  irritable,  wheu  her  color fades  and she becomes pale,  you  may be  sure  that  the   cause is   anaemia,  or  impoverished blood.    The bright, red  color pf tiie  blood is  caused  by  the  presence in it of millions of tiny red  corpuclcs.     It   is   these   tiny   bodies  that  carry    nourishment    from    the  blood to    the    tissues.      They    also  cause the  glow of health  in  cheeks  and lips.    When a girl's blood is deficient   in  these   red   corpuscles   her  body is under-nourished,  her nerves  starved,  and there is serious danger  of a decline.    What ia needed is an  improvement   in   the   quality   of  the  biood, uUu it is a scientific fact that  a course of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  will  so  enrich and purify  the blood  that   all traces  of   anaemia  and   its  accompanying   weaknesses 'will   disappear. As an evidence of the value  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in cases  of this kind, Mrs. John Finnin, How-  Ian  Station,    P.E.I.,    says:-r-'T    am  glad to  take     this    opportunity * of  recommending Dr.    Williams'    Pink  Pills.      My? daughter was in a badly-  run  down  condition;  very pale,  nervous  and much under weight.       We  tried several  medicines, but they did  not  seem to do her any good, -so I  decided to Igive her    Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills.       Almost from the start  she began* td' improver- and after the  use  of a few boxes  she had  gained  in weight, her appetite improved and  she had a better color in her cheeks  ���������in fact she had fully regained her  former good health. I would  advise  every mother of young- girls to give  them Dr. Williams' Pink Pills at the  first sign of an anaemic condition."  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at^ 50c a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Discover Radium Mines  Find In England Has Already Yielded $5,000 Worth  Radium mines are hot discovered  every day, but some meteorologists,  while exploring a* lead near Matlock,  Engl and, had their candle lights - extinguished by bad atayjspheric conditions. They, saw ahead of them a  dimly lighted cave, and a sample of  earth taken from the cave was sent  to Mme. Curie, who declared it to  contain radium. The mine and estate  was then,"bought for $150,000. Further exploration, it is stated, has resulted in the discovery of another  radio active mine, which is now to  be exploited. The estimated value  of the radium already found is  ?5,000. '"*"  Sheet Glass Factory  Calgary May Be Selected As Suitable. Place For ..Establishing  Plant ��������� .'yy  Calgary is very suitable for tha  establishment of a sheet glass factory, and it may be chosen as tho  site for such within a year, according to F. S- Hobbs, of Toronto, vice-  president of the Consolidated Plate  Glass Company, who has been inspecting various cities in ?Western  Canada with a view to locating a.  branch plant. A big business Is  being done in plate glass in the  Prairie Provinces, he said, making  it advisable for the firm to enlarge  it's present holdings.  Bad Either Way  *-a  Scot (to friend while visiting* London): "Now, mon, I can't stand taxi-  cabs! When I sit wi' ma back tae the  driver, it makes me feel sick, and  when I sit wi ma face tae the taximeter, it makes me feel nac better."  Zeppelin's Flight Cancelled  Atlantic  Trip   Of   German   Dirigible  Postponed Until 1930  A special despatch to the Telegra-  phen Union from Friedrichshafen  said that the trans-Atlantic flight to  America of the dirigible Graf. Zep~  pelin had been postponed until 1930.  A flight around the world-for the  big airship was scheduled :to start  about. July 15.        *>-  The Graf Zeppelin's last attempt  to fly to America ended on May 17,  when crippled motors forced her to  turn back over Spain.  Unless worms be expelled from this  system, no "child can be healthy.  Mother "Graves' Worm Exterminator  is an  excellent medicine  to  destroy  worms.  ;y yBelleye It Or Not  A small tortoise, on which Mrs.  Sarah Blair, now dead, carved her  initials* and the year. "1862." 67  years If ago, has been found by her  daughter, Miss Mary Blair, within  a miteflpf the original Blair" home  at Scotfesburg*, Ind. ", "'   . '  Small Churches In England  What is said to be the smallest  ecclesiastical building in Britain ia  St. Margaret's Chapel, Edinburgh.  This little church is only 16*Vk by  10 *& feet; Dorset church at Winter-  borne Thompson, is 23 by 14 feet.  Churches at Culbone and St. Law-  hen.ee are also small, having* less  than 420 square feet of space.  In The Locker Room  Minard's is    the ystand-by    of  "���������'.'- fthdse'who take : care    not    to  !?siiifer >fronti stiffness and aching muscles.  Double Jeopardy  A correspondent assures us that  the? following notice has been posted  around about an electric station in  Donegal; "Beware���������To touch these  wires is Instant death. Anyone found  doing so will be prosecuted."  Keep Minard's In t������������e Medicine chest.  Refine Gold At Mint  Most  of  Canada's  gold  bullion  la  now   refined  in' the  Royal   Mint   a*t  Ottawa..  Kmeraid I^ike, Yoho Park ���������  Beautiful Emerald lako, ��������� in Yohc  national park, British Columbia, was.  first visited by Tom Wilson in 1882  while searching for stray pack  horses. Ah far as la known, he waft  thc first white man.to visit this lake.  Wretched From Asthma. Strength  of body and vigor of mind are inevitably impaired by the visitations of  asthma. Who can live under the  cloud of recurring attacks and keep  body and mind at their full efficiency ?  Dr.* J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  dissipates the cloud by removing* tho  cause. It docs relieve. It does restore  the sufferer to normal bodily trim  aud mental happiness.  Mil my poopin, two hours after eating, suffer ImUgostlon an thoy cull it.  It Ih usually excess acid.  Correct it  with an alkali. Tlio    host    way,  tho  quick, harmless and eJUahmt way, la  Vtallllpa" Milk oL' Magmwla. U haa rc-  mitlnod for XjO years tha standard with  pUy;;!i:5ja:'ia. Ono .���������poosif'iJ I"*"* wftl.fr  B.':iiir������llKun many limes its volumo In  jjloinaula acids, and sat once. The wym-  Ivuxti disappear lu Hue mUiUlcu.  You will never use crude methods  whon you know this bettor method.  And you will never suffer from excess  acid when you prove out lids easy relief. Pl������usc do that���������i'or your own  salco - now,  Bo iiuro to get tho genuine .Phillips'  Milk of Muj������no.ila prescribed ty physicians ior no years ln correcting; excess  acids. Kaeh bottlo contains full dlroo-  tlona any drwjjstoro.  Canadian Jer&ey Breeders  ���������Good Mi.rUct In Stoles Frtr Canadian  Bred Jersey Cuttle  Writing froni Tupelo, Mississippi,  W. JQlmo Ashtonl flcldman for the  Canadian Jersey Brooders' Association, points out that it Is apparent  to anyone going through, tho States  ol* Georgia, North and South Carolina,  Mississippi and Alabama that tho  southern states offer a great market  for Canadian .terseyfl. In the past  year and a half these states have  taken from Canada, over 300 head  of young bulla and hei Cera.  With a population that ranks 28th  among tho countries of thc world,  Canada is fifth in total. exports and  third in lotal turnover of.' trade.  If������>r sun I mm���������apply  nt.t&ft.  Mluard'w   Unl-  W,    N.   V,    1701  \t  Western Rcpr������B*!nMft>**i  HUNTER-MARTIN "A; CO*, REftlNA, feASK. THE   T-IF/VTEW,- ��������� X^E-STON1,    B.    C.  y  trr"  fflLLl^lli FULL'  LEAD OF 0. S. I  SHAPING TARIFF  T*������ _a_.3  \m>XM\X\  -j.*iuej/5nc������.eiic&  of action on tariffs is the policy of  the government^ and upward rovisT  ior) of tariff schedules by the United  being  sa..������-i..asa.*J w.  the United States to decide,, calls foi  lao retaliation or rep'-isal on the part  ef the Dominion. This was the key-  cote of addresses by - Hon. Ernest  kapointe, -ministerof justice, Hon. 3,  C Elliott, K.C., - minister of public  works, and Honl W.\ t>. Eider, minister of national revenue,: who spoke  at a picnic here under the auspice^  ot the South Hurotf-Liberal Association. ..'      ��������� -   y  a     , f  Mr. Lapoihte made extended reference  to  policies  advocated by "Hon  H.   B. '-Bennettr Conservative   leader,-  at present on a tour.of western .On-  tarlo.  ���������'.The remedy he suggests is that  we should adopt American methods,  in our fiscajf;^pplicy," Mr. Lapointe  said. "Butfyotii* ideas and ideals* are-  Canadian aiul British, and we won't  follow American methods. We will  ���������shape our policies, fiscal and otherwise, at Ottawa. We won't take  them from Washington.  "We are satisfied vpbh a Canadian  methods and Br|1;istK|^dctrine. /and  if necessary y������^*-������&^fihdv other outlets for ou^}ftr^e'^"i"|^ev-'idwa.ys have  Wanaiisg Was Disregarded  Cleveland   Clinic Told In April That  Film  Used  Was Dangerous  ---Cleveland, Ohio.���������Making no attempt to fix the blame but pointing  out that the- Cleveland clinic had  been warned of faulty X-ray storage  which" cost 123 lives by fire and poison?'gases, May 15, Coroner A. J.  Pcarce completed his inquest after a  .month "of investigation in a report  on file with official county records.  The warning' was sent to the Ohio  inspection bureau of the fire underwriters' investigating* service -last  April. It called attention to the  fire hazard in the type of film^used  a1 the clinic, urged use of anothjer  kind and advised clinic officials that  the film, if burned, would generate  great cloud's of.-noxious fumes. The  film was stored in the bstsement and  .was ignited by a means,,not determined in the investigation.  The report placed*the official number .of dead at 123.   They were killed  by r. combination of nitrogen peroxide   gas   with jiarbon   monoxide   thej  .coroner said:  IN BRITISH CABINET  Margaret Bondfield, successful Labor candidate, is the first woman to  be appointed, to a British cabinet.  She is th'e new minister of Labor.  May Revise Tariff  Draisiic      Changes    Considered      B*j/  ��������� 'Dominion -Government Is Report   -.  *' "Toronto.���������The .Toronto Globe published the following despatch from  ���������its -Ottawa 'correspondent:  "Tariff changes which will have  a revolutionary-effect .on ". Canada's  external, trade,* are under consideration *.by the Domihian cabinet. In re-  Cabled French Airman  *������  -, ��������� ���������������������������������        ������������������������  Lindbergh   Sends   Message   Of   Congratulation To Trans-Atlantic  Fliers*.  Paris.���������Jean Assolant, Rene Le-  fevre and Armeno Lotti, Jr., received  by cable congratulations from Col.  Charles Lindbergh, for their trans-  Atlantic flight from. Old Orchard  Maine, to Comillas, Spain, in the  Yellow Bird.  The"'colonel's message, addressed  to aii three of the a.viators, said: "On  returning to New York I have just  learned of your successful crossing.  Please accept my sincere congratulations and best wishes."  The French fliers immediately cabled him in reply:  "We thank you heartily for your  affectionate telegram. Our greatest  claim to glory has been to have followed the route you traced two  years ago with incomparable mastery in your flight from New York  to Paris.  "Your magnificent example of  courage, of tenacity, of science as a  pilot and navigator guided us every  instant of our route. We address to  Alberta Adopts Old  Affe Pension you ^*r ^ost c:ordlal and respectfui  All  in -mind Cai^adian Interests. . Sinct i sponse to demands 'from air parts.  1921. have' riot -the" Canadian people''of the country for-action, the gov-"  been satisfied with the way our fin-1 eminent was taking preliminarv  ancial polici'ss" ylia.'^e been shaped | steps toward what will undoubted!**,  under Mr.. Robbr^ wliose budgets we "be the most drastic revisionof fiscal  are proud" to mention during the last  election?  J4-  "We have not been dictated to by  American theories. We have tried  to meet the problems of? Canada as  conditions were at the" tihie. Britisb  preferential ' trad^ 'treaties have  been part of our policy..  "The Opposition lately has been  coming to adopt that policy, but the  fathers of British.' preference were  the late Sir "Wilfrid Laurier, and the  Rt. Hon. W. S. Fielding. From the  start it was successful and our exports to Great, Britain increased  $75,000,000 the first .year. **��������� Last year  they reached $446,000;000 and. we  bought only $193,000,000 of British  goods. But if you expect the nations  of Europe td give you trade, you  must buy s from them. Trade, after  all; is exc.hfaiige.   ;^ , ���������   Sa'::~"'p  "In view" of"��������� th-e^figures;' fl |rhave  quoted. I cannot- :-f|iiri&eratahdy; the  complaint, from.--some Quarters about  British goods coming here' which  they" have had tb sell us. We have  concluded forty-three traae treaties.  with other, nations and. our exports  as a result were .*>220,000,000?in 1929.  "We will continue tQ ? shape; , out  financial policies on a national basis  in the interests of all sections In  Canada," Mr. Lapointe cojntmueu.  "We will legislate not for cine class,  but for all classes and groups oi  the Canadian peopled A country  which is as large as Europe cannoi  hope to live to itself, nor to; erect  barriers with the rest of the worn...  The future is with us. .-'���������.  "Let us not look at the past'*"roi  reasons of doubt and despair, but to  the future for reasons of. hope anu  belief. God and nature are with us  and nobody Is able to. fight for long  against God and nature. Our guarantee of success ia within ourselves.  Wc continue to.Improve our mctnoo  ������>t production and yon may be sure  our prosperity will continue."  Movement. Now   Accepted'.    By  Provinces ih West  Ottawa.���������Answering the communication of Hdn. Peter Heenan, min  ister of labbr, iiiforming them that  an order-in-councii; had authoBized  his proceeding to Negotiate with Alberta     for     aii f   old-age .     pensions.  salutations.1  Confesses To Bank Theft  Eighteen-year-pld      Y.q?atii      Pleads*  Guilty In Vancouver Police  Court   "_...���������  'Vancouver.-���������Arthur    Thomas,    IS,  scheme, the government of that pro-' Pleaded -guilty- in police * court to  a  vince telegraphed  acceptance of  the | charge   of  robbing    the   ^Grandtfiew  policy of the present century.-  * 'Pre sent prospects are that fehe-  vital changes will takfe-the* form of  a material increase in 5th^eii;-British  "preference," if not**., the inauguration  of complete 'free tirade?-'sort, the bulk  of. British or 'f'Empi^^;fgo^s,.'>ywhUe.  the general taiiS?,. 'which"fapplies;'toi'  .imports In thfe?fU.nited ;^tat������Bs; will^r^  main stationary."t ']$. ��������� 'i^;y.?"''i^~vVi'?y;  Prepare For Another Election  ^.^y^j'yiyyyyv.a.tyyy j������  Liberal Party In  Britain See's/ possibility   Of   Another   General  . Contest^;",/" ' f-.  London, Eng.���������The possibility of  another general clectioh --in "Great  Britain at^no distant date is being  taken   into   account   by   the   Liberal  ^party,  which holds /the    balance^, oi  power in the ihew parHament.     ���������The  ' Liberal J.; administrative ?f--y������ committee  passed a resolution moved by Sit  Herbert Samuel, chief organizer, "to  maintain and strengthen the organizations in the constituencies."  ylt was also^ resolved? ?that' "whenever an- 'appeal is made; to the country they elections will? again be strenuously contested by the Liberal par-  ty." -���������       .'.  plan. ���������:  When the dominion cabinet meeting approved the scheme for Alberta, 'Mr. Heenan acted immediately  and the reply "came back to him  within a-short time of Alberta's  notification. ���������'��������������������������� Alberta will adopt the  pension y system starting August 1,  1929: British Columbia, Saskatchewan and  Manitoba have  for   some  years   enjoyed   the   old-age   pensions1, .     . ,        ,   ^  scheme; yAlberta's .entry    into     the! accosted  as  he entered  and  tryssed  scheme links up  the  entire west  in  the movement.  branch of the Royal Bank of Canada, and, elected summary trial-  Thomas, who* held up five bank  employees a sthey eame to work, was  arrested in New Westminster a few  hours later and practically all of the  stolen money recovered.  The bank was held up as its manager, J. W. Logan, and four other  employees were arriving to commence work for the day.  Each was  5tit:on  To  Canadian   Mounties   To   Enter   Rifle  " *��������� Matches At Camp ."Perry,:-Ohio  Washington.���������Four Royal Canadian Mounted Police will compete in  the National Rifle and j| Pistol matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, in August  The Canadians, the highest in 1929  revolver team competition, will fire  against TJnited States entries. in the  international- police pistol match  August 31. The men are Corporals  A. I>. Ford, t>. E. Forest and J. G.  Pelletier, of Lethbridge, Alta., and  Constable J. fD. O'Connell. of Ottawa,  up by tlie youthful bandit. He forced  the manager and cashier to open a  vault from v/hich he seized money  and then left the building by a back  entrance. He left his prisoners in  a cubicle, the door of which" they  ���������broke down? shortly after yhis'" de-'  parture.y   ,f [s_.\  Solved AB Murders  Health  Authorities  Conduct Investigations  Sacrifices Life For Child  Kingston, Ont.���������Kennetli McRow,  the four-year-old child of. whom Fred  Denys sacrificed his life by hurling  hiniself from the wagon he was driving on the highway five miles from  here to sweep the child out of the  path  of  an oncoming. auto,  died  in  ! London   Police  Report  All   Murders  Solved In 1028  London,   England.���������Every   murder  committed in London in    1928    was  solved and the culprit was convicted  or took  his  own   life,   according  to  ! the official police report.  The report of the commissioner of  police showed that there were IS  murders, of persons more than one  year old. Eleven culprits were convicted and seven committed suicide,  the report ������aid.  DRIVE AGAINST  RUMRUNNERS  ALONG BORDER  Windsor,* Ont.���������^With a warning by  Attorney-General Price that - crime  would not be permitted within the  borders of the province1 of "Ontario  and with the "United States blockade  tightening, rum runners are continuing their activities along the border.  Reports told of teverish .activity at  the export docks as cargoes of liquor  destined for United States river and  lake ports were being loaded.  Aroused by the reports of the  kidnapping of a newspaper photographer and revolver battle between rum-runners and a - TJnited  States custom patrol cutter, Attorney-General Price announced that if  necessary he would double the provincial police along the Windsor-  Niagaraf. Falls sector to protect  Canadian citizens.  It is along this section of the border that the battle lines are most  closely drawn due to recent strengthening of^ tiie United States preventative forces.  As a result of tine statement of the  attorney-general, the rum-runners  may .find their ;a,ctivities on the  Canadian side of the line more restricted. The " attorney^general was  emphatic**:t:that 'crime" avould - not  be" perniitted fwithin the borders of  the province.. *~y  Meanwhile, reports from y border  points indicated ; that despite the  drive against the rum-runners, activity at the border export docks continued; Ri.im-runners were reported  active at many points.  A  party  of  rum-runners  engage^  in a pistol battle    with    a    United  States  customs ��������� patrol    cutter,    the.  cutter being forced to return to port  after being peppered    with    bullet^,  while   the  rum-runners  retreated   to  the Canadian shose.    The   rum-limners crouched-- behind bags, apparent- y  ly filled, with liquor,    as    they    ex-' -  changed shots with the customs men.  At Dunkirk, N.Y., two men wer*  arrested when a United States coastguard-boat  captured, a  motor  boat  loaded with beer. -. . ;yy.y-y  Two .recent developments were  placed before "Dominion government  officials. The department of external affairs received a report ph. the  incident at Sandwich when it ;w4sc  claimed a private speed boat, not engaged in the liquor traffic,.wets Sired  on by a United States patrol boat.  Should further investigation war?  rant, the department will investigate  this affair. The department of national revenue was ^notified of the  kidnapping of the photographer of a  border cities newspaper but the opinion was expressed that It did not  come within the scope of the department. *       ..',.'  Forty 1*tell������*>vett Drowned  * Bogota, Colombia.���������-Forty persons  aril bollnvod to have, drowned"' and  moro limn' 100 injured in tho prac-  ticnlly total-dOMUuction of tho town  of Sevilla by. flood!-! from the Qull.  cude river after a jundsllde from a  hill  into the  river had caused  It  to  Hundred     People    In  Ontario, Suffer From Ptomaine __.  Poisoning  Bowmanvillc, Ont.���������Health authorities arc taking extra precautions  and conducting investigations as the  result of tho second outbreak of  ptomaine poisoning here in four  days, during which over 100 persons  laayo been affected in varying dc������-  grees.  The -rirRt outbreak occurred when,  scores of children - and adults wore  poisoned by contaminated milk. The  second and move violent cases oc.  au rived at a Sunday school entertain-  m������mt. and supper. Tainted salads arc3  believed to hdvb caused tho outbreaks. .,...*:  .    Gets Month's Reprieve    .  Ottawa.���������A reprieve until July 19,  has been granted to John Ivanchuk,  , convicted of murder,  who  was  sen-  hospital   several   hours   later,   never, fenced to h        on Jtmc 21. Cabinot>  Bowmanvillev,, recovering conaolousness aftor being: having considered the  case, has cte-  sti-uck by the machine: j c|ded to put tho exccution pfC for a  .  ��������� ' " month. In,the meantime it is expect-  Trot-zky Would Knter U.S. cd thnt new evidence bearing on tn������s  Constantinople. ���������   Leon   Trotzky,������case-will be submitted to the feder-  exilcd  Soviet leader, intends  to  ap- ' author!tica for  consideration.    Ivan-  ply to the United States government  for permission to enter the country,  according to reports current here.  chuk was convicted of the murder, of  License Inspector Harry Consthble  at Cochrane, Oiit.  Prince at Garden Party  Air Uno Craftl!  Lytid,  Eng.'--Tho coroner's Inquest  ���������v-hange itja  course,  Sovilla.  wbk-h  is | on  the four victims of tho air liner  t  of    Cauwi,    had) ���������city oC  Ottawu'fi*  crash    into     tlio  In  the  department  about O.Ofto InhabitnntH.  National Wealth <4i-o������vh  Ottawa.- The national wealth .<it  <C;anada, oxcluaivo of undevekipcd natural rcsourceH, Is placed at-$27,ftR7,-  400,000 i'or tho year 1027, In an ostl-  rr.ate made public at the Dominion  UurcAu of StatlsLlcrt. Tlris Is aw in-  itrensc of $100,000,000 over tho 1020  ���������..Htlmutflf.' ���������  "'-'  "w. ��������� fW. ;|u."  tint  ohnnnol, returned a yerdict that thc  persons hnd lOHt thoir Uvcb by  tU'owning. caused by the accidental  fall, of Uio aeroplane into the channel.  Ottawa.---The exchequer court hnf.  given judgment that the Sun Life  Company has not the authority under its charter, to Increase its cn.pl  Report Seeing Huge Meteor  Fell Into Lake Superior Say������ Prospector Near Soo  Sault Ste. Marie, Ont,���������A strange  tale was brought down to the Soo  from Mlchlpicoten Island by Frank  Kuskick, prospector, who sakf a  huge meteor about tho size Of a ship  fell into Lake Superior close tP the  island at 10 o'clock on the night of  Juno*' 11. The meteor illuminated the  island with tho brilliancy of daylight  and created a rumbling nolso% which  was heard for two minutes after lt  fell.  Quite a seOv arose after thc meteor  struck tho water and the level of the  lake rose appreciably.  '^*^fm.  t.M..nxii  *,'.&������ A  Prince Henry, third aon of the King, receives at a garden party held  In honor ol? His Majesty's birthday, nt Victoria,, B.C. Lieutenaut-CSovornor  tallauaion from $2,000,000 to $-1,000,-] Randolph Bruce in on tlie  right and  Miss  Helen Mackenzie, iho lattur'a  ������.Wm., ������>n the left.     The Prince la returning to England by Canadian Paclflc  Qteanoahlp and Hnilwny from' Japan,  ������W������    ;  Tim i.H.������-trw������nt. Iihm Iw-m. IhhuocI  by Mr. Justice McLean.  Will Not ItcfiBgn  Lynn, Mass,���������"T don't intend to  get out, and no power on earth con  make mc. This old ago stuff will  have no effect on mc." Thus did  Police Chief Thomas M. Burekcs,  who Is In his 84th year and who haa  been n policeman for nearly half a  century, recently answer persistent  rumors that ho was about to resign.  TC������p������Him*-nt Falls  Hong Kong.���������Army aviators carried out rain making experiments  above Hong Kong, dropping a chemical known as "Dcolln" from tho  clouds. Tho experiments wero not  successful. Hong Kong Is suffering  from Bovcrc water fumluo neceBBHating drastic action to replenluk tu������  j uupplieo. ���������;-.*  THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  *- *���������-���������*��������� -*���������'   ^    ������- ^-^-^j^-A-^.^., ^-|>| J.. A . ^-A-A    A.. A-A-A-A.. A .A.A. A_A. A. A. A. A- A- A. A.- A ��������� A.-A^  >  ���������  P  t  >  ���������  ���������  t  I  ���������  CHRYSLER   PLYMOUTH  D'OK  ECONOMY OF OPERATION  QUALITY  COMFORT  SAFETY  \  STYLE  PERFORMANCE  DEPENDABILITY  DURABILITY  GRESTON   MOTORS  PHONE 85 CRESTON  The Shell Oil Company have this week  treated the big 20,000 gallon gasoline  tank to a coat of their favorite bright  yellow paint, which certainly improves  the appearance of the big container.  The Kootenay garage building has also  baen dolled up ������n; the same color, and  now there can "be no mistaking its location even ia the -dark,  The li.p.B.^vf had a fair turnout at  their bridge ahdTcvhist on Tuesday night,  the proceeds oft which go to the New  southern Alberta, grain crop looking  ceptionally fine.  ex-  Ritchie Hurl bf Vanguard, Sask., arrived at the end Of the week, on *a visit with  his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Hurl.  At last three residents of Canyon City  have been able to secure work with a  government road crew and were put to  work last week. Two of them are newcomers this year, and one of them so un-  jr. #.n������.*a������������.'4.������vv*t   m^rmtmm.  a\,tjua.������vcu  n>ui  *..���������  ������J������JTC  v/CMactuicux  that he is unable to express his thanks  in words the foreman can understand for  his good fortune in getting a job.  Principal Kolthammer. has been notified of his appointment as clerk on forestry fire and patrol work again this  season, and starts work on Monday.  Miss Arlene Halstead will be guest of  honor at a miscellaneous shower at the  home of Mrs. Niblow this ovening.   Her  *������-V*������"������' V"*������"������"y***"*'*>'* '"���������**' '*  ���������VVf  'W y-y v f?1 *#���������*���������������*���������������'>' VV  ���������T'V'T-r  ���������m-m  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance;  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CKESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 28  The Fruit Enquiry  charge of Hathway home until August.  Mr. Hathway and party are due to arrive  from San Francisco today.  The showery weather that has obtained  almost the past two months has heptf  down the number of forest fires to five  in the Creston-Kuskanook-Yack district  sin<s*ihe season ypened at May 1st.  Dr. Henderson was a visitor at Cranbrook on "Wednesdayand Thursday last  for a meeting of the East Kootenay Medical Association,  of which he has been  Westminster orphanage funds. At the  bridge prize scores were made by. Mrs.  Telfqrd;ai$������lt������;������;Beninger, while at old  style whis*^th^^rizewinners wers Mre.  Tru-cott sr.,||^ypiper Ross.   At the  close tha l^i^;is-2rycd a delightful lunch*  ��������������� ���������.   iftyyy?: ������������������ ��������� -..���������'���������.���������."���������������������������  C. F. Hayes has just been notified of  his appoi)a*%ent as district deputy grand  master for^^as^fedlstrict No 8, which  embraces the lo6^^?at Golden, Fernie,  Cranbrook* *-QT0$%jie, Kimberbey and  Creston. The ti^oihtment is from the  new grand 'mairiprj M.W. Bro. R. L.  Reid of Vaneo"||ter. This is only the  fourth time in the lodge's history that a  Creston Masontfias had this appointment. PreviouslKolders of the position  are Col. Mallandaine, S. A. Speers and  R, M. Reid.  language | uKiriiage taK^o piavo-e&r.y  ' m^..M^m,.rm.  u  rand  Theatre  ri.-Sat., June 28  According to   press   despatches  elected president for the ensuing year.  from Victoria, Premier Tolmie is  responsible for the statement  "that a commission is to be appointed by the provincial government to go exhaustively into the  fruit situation in the interior with  the object of arriving at some solution > for conditions *which are  militating against the industry.-'1'  Without expressing any opinion  a> to whether the proposed enquiry is at all necessary, the Review deferentially draws attention  to the1 fact that when the commission is named it is needful  Kootenay should have a  on   the board   of  -i-1-ea-i-   *- Iiv.  representative  enquiry.  And having in mind that the  output of tree fruits in the Kootenay country is 50 per cent, in the  Creston Valley���������and a greater  per centage . even than this when  it comes to berries the logical  quarter'- in which to sscure a Kootenay representative is certainly  from this district.  There is no scarcity of men in  these parts, fully as competent as  the very best the Okanagan  boasts, to serve in this important  capacity, and by way of choice  the Review submits .the name of  W. G. Littlejohn, who has had  two or three years close acquaintance with the B.C.F.G.A. effort  as well as being closeiy identified  with the Board of Direction for a     m,     , ,    . ., , ,      ^  ,..     rjPr;0d Mrs. John Arrowsmith left on Tuesday  ., "...    ,, .    ,      , . j on an extended visit with friends at Leth-  Along   With   this he has   much j Pndge, Alberta.   She made the trip by  < >p������rience as a grower and ship- | motor with Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of that  Miss BeHrice Thompson, who has  peen on the C. O. Rodgers office staff for  the past year, has resigned to accept the  position of bookkeeper with the P. Burr s  & Co., succeeding Miss Lyda Johnson.  The greatest air spectaclal of the age,  and the sweetest love story of this era  very aptly describes, "Lilac Time,"  which is showing at the Grand tonight  and Saturday at popular prices. Don't  miss it.  All are invited Tto attend the flower  show under Women's Institute auspices  in Trinity Church hall on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The admission is  free. Refreshments served and sale of  home cooking.  John Murrell, who has deen attending j  the school of technology, Calgary, Alberta  the past year, arrived this week on a visit  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Murrell. He is accompanied by Robin  Hind of Calgary.  Rev. P. Hayman, recently rector at  Grand Forks, took the evening service at  Christ Church on Sunday. The church  will be closed for the next four. Sundays,  with Mr. Hayman due to resume worship on July 21st.  22 pupils from Valley schools���������from  Kitchener to Creston, are this week  writing on the promotion to high school  examinations, with Miss Wade presidiug.  In addition to these 11 pupils at Creston  have been passed on recomendation.  Sunday's baseball fixture will be a  clash between Creston ahd Wynndel,  which will furnish Creston with a good  workout for their game at Bonners Ferry  on July 4th," when the locals play Sandpoint. Sunday's game will commence at  2.30.  Provincial police officer Olund had a  sudden call to Kitchener on Sunday  afternoon in connection with a stabbing  affray in which W. Davis attacked Jack  O'Brien with a knife. From the information the Review can get it would look  as if Dav's attempted to get at O'Brien's  throat but in the scuffle that ensued the  knife wounds -are princippally in the  shoulder. fAs there is no Sunday telephone by the time the police was notified |  Davis had made his escape and as yet j  has not been apprehended.  Bonners Ferry is sure to attract many  from this sec-don on Thursday next when  the town is staging an oldtime Fourth of  July celebration, which will include a  baseball match between Creston and  Sandpoint. There will be a big show  depicting frontier.days, along with horse  racing, athletic contests, indian powow,  boxing contests and dancing. The old  time street parade will be a special feature and "will be led by the Moose band of  Spokane. If you want to see Bonners  Ferry in the old days be sure and take in  this celebration:  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. John Graham and family . take  this means of expressing a deep appreciation of the sympathy ahd many kindnesses shown them throughout the extended illness and .passing of their wife  mother. >    .  "[���������"'  per that makes him an excellent  all round choice. In insisting on  *ven-handed justice for Valley  orehardists Mr. Littlejohn can be  relied upon to carefully assemble  all the essential facts���������and see to  it that they are all just as carefully presented and considered.  Local and Persons 1  Rainy weather that featured June let  up at the week, and since then there  has heen  constituous sunshine.   Alfalfa  cutting is in full swing and the crop is a  good one.  Cre3ton school closes for the season today. Operations will be resumed on  September 3rd. Up to the present there  are no resignations on either the public  or high school staffs.  Jan King, prorplctor of thc Pacific  reatuurjiril, who hun hitan on u ytalt in  China for thc pant year, returned tho  latter part of the month and is again in  charge of the cafe.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliary  were favored with ideal weather for their  tfva and Bale of cook in j? nt Mr������. Forbes'  on Saturday afternoon, the affair enjoy-  ir,tr n 4.4>uh 'r������1nl<r> of *'*���������".  Misa   Kanaon   left  Kitchener, where who  on   Saturday   for  will   again   be   in  city, who have been visitors at, the  Arrowsmith home on their return from  a trip to the coast.  Bonners Ferry baseball team proved  considerable of a disappointment in the  game with Creston on Sunday afternoon,  in which the home team won by a score  of 25 to 6. Watson and J&ck Dodds  were the battery for Creston, and C.  Ogilvie of Wynndel waa a satisfactory  umpire.  Rev. C. Basse of Hamilton, N. Y., has  just been named as Lutheran pastor for  the churches in the Creston district, and  will arrive almost immediately to take  up the work. The Lutherans have heen  without a pastor for at least three months  Key. E. Spaude having returned to Montana in March.  Quite a number from town availed  thnmselvea of tho free jitney servico to  attend Trinity United Chnrch Ladies'  Aid garden party at Mrs. Geo. Cart-  wright's on Friday niflht. Although tho  weather waa threatening there was a  (food tnrnout, with the cash Intake running clone to $65.  Vice-Principal Kirk ia In charge of the  high school departmental oxaminntionB  which commenced on Monday morning,  und conclude today. In the three grudeM  it total of 20 pupils are writing, theLifiter  school furnishing three students from  (3 ratde 9, who have taken first year high  jw-hool work under MIhh Cur Liu.  Ganyom GSty  " ~ \  Bob Clayton and party of friends  motored in from Kimberley for a weekend visit at his home at Canyon.  School will close for tne midsummer  vacation today. As there are no resignations from the teaching staff it is expected Principal Kolthammer and Miss  Lister will be in charge again next term.  Misses Ruth and Kathleen Clayton  of Nelson were home this week on a visit  with their parents.  The warmer weather that set in at the  first of the week started the strawberry  crop moving in considerable quantities  on Sunday.  Prof. Barrie a magician, is billed to  give an entertainment here next week,  and if the crowd is large enough he will  entertain his audience by cutting a  woman in two.  George Strong, a former resident at  Canyon, but who Is now living at Lethbridge, Alberta, is spending the week  with his son, Norman, who is living on  the Clark ranch*   Mr. Strong reports the  AT THE  Mb^������.m������ m      <8^���������tlB'<rtni. mm* mm.  Ef&O BffiWnMmmmW mffjkm mWmWmW Imf *^E*mQ ���������  We invite you to inspect our  new stock of  Man's Sho&B  \^bfSBmf9I.^ $pfP$pi_r&<  and  mtahon UtannBBB  Full stock.    Priced right...  ___\ m\mmmmmm\ JmmwSS   M .J Hit tM  Nvf*!  ^MrBH ^_        MmwBwM&f Mm JBm *^^&j__ B_\wB__*_^m Mm Mm ^m  Shan and  Hawtwss   Repairing  "Goodbye!  for yon!"  Goodbye!    I'll   wait  Up they go���������.maybe, for the last  time    .    .    The  Flying  Circus  off  Death    .    .    fMiles u'p. In the  riding the airlanes of Hell.  sky,  While below a quaint Normandy  maiden, sweetheart of its ace,  watches her new found lov������ fly into  they heavens���������rperhaps never to  return.  If vou don't cry when this scene is flashed .upon the  screen, then your heart must be made of stone. It is one of  the. few incomparable thrills the screen has ever offered.  COLLEEN MOORE in  Lilac Time  it  95  (m ���������'    .        ���������  service  j*^ J ^f>   _j ^J fl fl ^[| _t \Jp      J^ ^J *8|_j9 _ fl   _^  The most important part  about a printing Job is the  speed, the accuracy -and the  quality of work a printer can  offer. A printing job delayed  is always a loss to a business  establishment. Place your  printing with us and you will  be assured ot prompt delivery  and of a quality of workmanship   that   will  bring  results,  Mf'l'f"'*".!  T19      Bj    ffflaW JJSCh.    JSp"*.*"*-.   "SaSS*   jJ^SaJ^ ������&J%5a3  ES"!9 E������ m ** mm tm     J^k   H  Qi      ***   NhBBw ^^tt^By    m      h& WmtWmSm   ^gm/jLW B|  ES  IS^^   " WNf *****  IBS'   68 tSSSSS W IV  COMMERCIAL   PRINTING   DEPT. THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  "IjJ  F. H. JACKSON  R������AL est ate  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  Some Tltmgs  You Have Been  Agkmg About  I have just placed  JLS.X    ouuCb  Apple Thinning Shears  Berry Punches  Rubber Stamp Pads  Ink for Stamp Pads  V. MAWSON  Bonners Ferry has raised $600  for its fourth of July celebration.  The wild strawberry crop at  Cranbrook is well up to the aver*  age- ���������  Sales of residential property  were brisk at Kimberley ,the past  month, 1  The chiropractor at Kimberley  has closed up shop   and   moved  to  the coast.    '  About 1500 men are employed  in the coal mines and ccke ovens at  Fernie and Michel.  1,517,009 younje tront were incubated in the Cigh hatchery at  Cranbrook this season.v  The Leaser r cords three whist  drives in one week--���������and;'two yon  same night���������at New Denver*  Estimates for 1930 indicate that  $8,180 will be required to finarice  the village of Bonners .Ferry.  F. W. Groves estimates that,  there are .58,000,000,000 potential  mosquitoes in the Kelowna' district.  All three Protestant churches at  Kiniberl������*y ha ve discontinued morn  ink' worship for the summer months.  >3  It is riot always easy to save baft  those who do save prosper* As a  little Jnione*7* is accismiilated. it should.  he placed in a Sa zings Bank account  where interest will be paid and the  principal sum be secure. There is  a Savings Bank Department at: every,  branch of this Bank. . ^ . ������  ff^ri "  CRESTON BRANCH        -        - C W. ALLEN, Manager.  Bkusc&ss at Ivessasse. Cs-anbrook and Fewue T'"���������'".'"-.  Bonners Ferry is taking immediate steps to ii.crease the capacity  of its electric light plant 30 per  cent.  At Kelowna the mosquito control association claims to have killed off three hiindred^xnillion mosquitoes. '   ;?P'P f  y  *��������� v  Tlie Orows Nest ; Pass Coal  Co-hipany mined altnosfc yL;000,000  tons of coal at Fernie and Michel  last year.  After 30 years in   the drop,store  .business nfc    Graiid    Forks   S.   S  Woodland   has just sold to   F.   A.  yKewhrauer.  E. S. Bells of Kimberley was  last week fined S100 and costs on a  charge of taking a oar without the  owner's consent.  ' '' ' "**  The Shell Oil Company has open  ed    for    business    atj   Kimberley.  A 500 gallon tank has been installed   for  gasoline.  According to Bev: W. J. Crick  of K5mberU>y Anglican clergy in  the diocese of Kootenay are the  poorest paid in Canada.  The Courier is greatly disappoint-  with the crop of June brides. Less  than half a dozen marriages have  been celebrated this month.  Rossland board trade if? spending  considerable energy t ryiii *��������� to locate  some outside party to 8tWt a moving picture theatre in that town.  At the i resent rate of output - it  will be 100 years before all the  coal ,at Fernie will be mined- according to Mayor Cafes pf that town.  f    During the paRt three* years   202  scrub stallions have bpeh slaughter  pri on the Bast   Koot������?nay   range ���������  ;150 intlie Cranbroook distridt and  142 in the Waldo area-  Ready to wears have heoome so  fashionable at Fernie that tailor  Harvpy has shut up shop and raov-  ed to Vancouver. Hechad been in  business tor fifteen years.  At   Grand   Forks .petitions   are  being circulated asking   for a   vote  to permit the opening of heer   par  lors in that towi>    If "is Just about  three eyars since the la9t   poll   *������ as  taken.  WE ADVISE YOU TO ORDER NOW  ���������and thus be sure of early delivery*  a~*  I  Usss  ^^R&m    X  We have some real ones in Used Cars. If you want  to get honest value in a used car yoti should deal with  the dealers who have the best line of cars and are not  compelled to give long trade-in prices when selling a  new car, and are, therefore, in a position to sell their  trade-ins at a lower figure than their competitors.  All the New Model A Cars in  stock.  OUR SHOP EQUIPMENT IS THE BEST  Moyie.residents?hay5e   asked   the  rail way commission ^^���������1eOtnpe>l "the"  CaP.R. to put in an  agent at that  point.  'Without one .great   inconvenience is caused in   handling   ex  press shipments.  United Church  Rev. R. E. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER    A    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  ���������rn  ^M-|-A'rMf.l^rilfril'*l.ArAl.^nAriA.A.iATflY.lffcr^'Ti,*tr-iiftir^."*f'^^rfrr^-*r-frtiS-A<#-T\r^.fc-iArA������^i>Ary r*. A,. A.^ti  ���������  Summer Vacations  TICKET������ ON SALE  ������tf&t8Sim9B LIntit  MAY m to SEPT. so  OCT* St* MBSO  Eastern Canada  Atlantic Coast Resorts.  Resorts in Quebec and Ontario  Great Lakes  A delightful diversion on your  Eastern trip.  Overseas Tours  GREAT BRITAIN.  CONTINENT.  Pacific Coast  On tho way see Banff. Lake  Lou.ac,EmcrnldLako and other  renowneclKMountain resorts.  Alaska  The Romantic Northland.  West Coast BffnTlV0P  A pleasing Five Day Cruise ol  the Woat Coast.  *  11.00 a.m.���������LISTER..  2.30 p.m.~CANYON.  7.30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  Communion sendee.  C  C. FRENCH  AUCTIONEER  CRESTON  Sales conducted at any point La tlio dlstrtot.  Arrangements for Bnloa can be mado with  I). S. Timmons at Creaton Motors, Oreston.   t : ���������  Cresfon-Bonngrs Ferry  '  -MR       S*\\    . 4^Km%%%*.    gMUgfMTtt     ^M-at       MttMh. MMk   10 ���������    m%tSMm*m  MOTOR BUS  LEAVES CRESTON Daily (except  Sunday) at 12.15 noon, from  Premier Garage, and makea  DIRECT CONNECTION  THROUGH to SPOKANE.  arriving Spokane 7.25 p.m.  Greston to Bonners Ferry.,$1.75  Round trip, $3.00.  Creston to Spokane, round trip,  good for 30 days....$9.00      .  Creaton to Spolcone, one way, $5.00.  Comfortahlo. Quicker.     Coats less.  Ash the Ticket Agent for full particulars or write  G. D* Brophy, District Passenger Agent, Calgary  LAND   REGISTRY   ACT  *W*  tt  -tt tfttttttt IM     .tMW Mi  M BH^*****^^S       ___ ^ **���������*      m^r"   mm  ta*t\     *, fjpm^m*      1^^^*   jHMr^arMi      j-tiarf "^Ml    Mrt w^Ml       Jiimui - iiimni -���������--������������������ -    ^--t*^       ^L,,^^    __   t... 1"   __       .... *??'' ..  J%**wimW^%-*\���������m%Ji'% Cl 11 0     **m%m9 BB 1 -Ijr  IN THE MATTER of Sublot4 of Diatrlet  Lot 4592, Plan X-30.  Proof havlriK been flleil in my office of  the loaa of Certificate of Titlo No.  118G5-A to tho abovG-mentloned lands in  the namo ot John Arrowamith and bear-  S������K dale ibe 2Sth Ja-rjuary, 1&10, I  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my intention at the expiration of one calendar  month from tho flrst publication hereof  to isnue to the said John Arrowamith a  provisional Certiflcate of Title in How of  Bu'ch lost Certificate. Any person having  any Information with reference to such  lout Certificate of Tirle Is; requested to  .communicate with the undenaitmed.  Dated at tho hnml ^RegiBtry Office,  JNoiaon, B.C.* ihis 5l������L Owy of Ivtwy, A.D.  1629,  A. W. IDIENS. Beftlatmr.  Date of flrst puhlicatlon June 7,1WS0.  Keep yoai* food  Clean and  Fresh by  Using . . . . . ,  CREST  REG. WATSON  Phone us your  Oi'ders.   We  have regular  ..���������Delivery .  NSFE  CHAS. BOTTERILL  <<������r\p\ if i ������\i\i.ti  H5 rt'  Bran, Shorts, Oats, Crushed Oats,  Oat Chop  *.; . Barley Chop, Middlings, Corn Meal  Salt, Beef Scrap, Oyster Shell  ...for the stockman and poultry.  Nothing is quite so satisfying as the# home cooking  and for best results in Bread or Pastry use  Ogilvie, Robin Hood or Maple Leaf  Flour.    We can supply you in 49's or 98's.  Operating two Motor Trucks in our Transfer business  we are well equipped to give efficient service.  yWe have a Tuesday and'fFWday "afternnbri deHvery 3^ the Alice Siding  districts���������goods to be received at rural mail boa. locations.  H.   S.   McCREATH  Youi* Pocket  on  used as a bank has many dig*  advantages*  Money carried in ir. is easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  or8toieii<  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  wilt accumulate rapidly. ���������  Small or large accounts are welcome**  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000^000  Creston Branch  R. J. Forbes* Manager  M^MMa--^^  li^^J iffijlfl-a-^p gy^ ^^qji^yiii  jjr^B^ g ���������Lllli  MEAT ��������� MERCHANTS  N TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dtah, eaay to perve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  r     GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, hlfshoat quality.  FRESH nd CURED FISH  al. varlotien.  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  tn.w,v*M.itr*p Kr������w? a 0   **><n.ifrr nrs>%r ft7trmf%r%  JLJi%4d*M*t.*mJl      mMmfMm.4t~t.Mmm    m    ***��������� %*?M m  m tt. *���������      mt    Hrf. tm*-mmP  'Lncrmaea *��������������������� psodnctioin and protluccti better poultry.    Buy the bent.  ^m^lMjMUmmMUumMMa r?,Tr^:?;,Hran^^ "R   o.  Fve forgotten.  1 ever had any nerves  Your doctor will tell you how tho  act off diewmg. relaxes and soothes  etrairied nerves, and. how the healthful Realising actloa of Wriglcy's  ���������refreshes and tones you up all  ssjHsnd.   Adds digestion.  MfDiCieVC  .iflU'llr "  Declares  Allies  Fear  Of  Germany  AbssiriJ  Only ,.Nation   Without   Arms    Says  Minister Of Defence  IDr. Wilhelm Groener, minister bf  defence, in a speech reviewing: Germany's ��������� military policy charged that  the states, victorious in the world  war have done nothing along: disarmament lines and endeavored to  show that it was absurd for the al-  tiesy^to claim they could not disarm  until they were sure of not being attacked by Germany.  Speaking: of present military forces, he said: ���������������,  "France has, oai European soil, 27  divisions; Belgium six: Poland 30,  and Czecho-Slovakia 26 "brigades, a  total of 76 divisions compared with  Germany"^ seven. Who, task, needs  security ? I can't leave unmcntioned  that besides these troops, the other  nations "also possess aviation squadrons, heavy artillery and powerful  reserves of trained men and wax  | material of a kind we do not possess  '.at all." f ,'.*'.  The Ideal Summer SVieal!  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JUNE 30 --->.���������--.���������.--.  * Golden Text: "I have loved thee  ���������with an everlasting love; therefore  with lovingkindness have I drawn  thee."���������Jeremiah 31.3.  Savo ��������� the  coupons in  tho carton  Write for Cook  Book and Premium List  Connors Bros. Ltd., BlacVs Harbor, N. B.  A R������.ittnrlr-al-.!<������ Hnfol  jsulit  On  S.yls������  Alps  and  Is  31,180  "Feet Above Sea Level  One of the most remarkabie hotels  in the world is the arungfraujoch,  perched high up on tho Jungfrau, in  the Berneso Alps, Switzerland, 11,-.  480 feet above the level of the sea.  Built of stone and iron, the hotel is  welded, as it were, into the sheer  rock of the famous mountain. Snows  How many Christians there are  who, like those priests, are miserable  because unsanctifled! ? While oh every  hand opportunities cal! for the devotion of their energies, they are unfitted to lay hold- of thena.���������^-J. Stuart  Holden. A-aaaaa. -y-.yyryyy ..-..���������  If ever there was a suffering servant, despised and rejected of men,  that servant is the Jewish people.���������  'T .ml mmm-        /^1.^AHIa1a  Take the task he sends you gladly,  Let His work your pleasure be;  Answer quickly, when He calleth,  "Here ami, send me. send me.'9  ���������I>aniel March.  WARNING TO MOTHERS  Watch    the    Health    Of    Your  Manitoba cob templates celebrating]        Little Ones At All Times  its diamond jubilee on July 15, 1030. |     No mother can expect    that    her  it was announced    at    Winnipeg    by r%hild will escape all the ills to whieh  Premier John Bracken. ; babyhood and childhood are subject,  ,���������.     _      j, ^  ..       ~,,   .  ,      ,���������..! bat she can  do  much  to lessen  the  The  London    Daily     Sketch    said; severlty of these tr0ubles. The ^m-  Premier    MacDonald    had   " refused; er should be constantly on her guard  Lreon  Trotzky,.  former   Russian,   war.; to prevent  childhood  ailments,  br if  chiefs permission to enter Great Bri- \ they  come     on    suddenly    as    they  +~im.  ���������a, >, =  *.,���������,a^.o^  ������������������������������������������.,,. : usually -da.   to   liave   the   means   at  tain as ne  requeste-d receimy. -  ���������*. ���������- - ���������  With bonds and scorn, and evil will,;  The world requites its prophets still.  ��������� ��������� --S'y .        ���������Whittier.  He who   shows   me   the   achievements of a brother matt touches my  Surn>und"it J^^iyT^iiTw^j J^*!^{������ COal from ������* the  it is buffeted by the fiercest blizzards; We are hut poor judges of form or  of the Alps. But it gives hospital-< comeliness, and what is lustrous with  ity and  warmth to climbers and  to! perfect beauty in God's eyes may be,  the tourists who visit the mountain!^f^i^&^^>  .    . ��������� ,        i men's.���������Alexander Maclaren.  by the funicular railway from above  Interlaken, From the windows of the  hotel lounge one often looks out upon a world of clouds, through which  some of the high peaks of the Bernese OberlanCa stand out like rugged  islands.  Nearly every member of the hotel  sitafa! is aa expert mountaineer. For  though the funicular runs to within  a short distance of the hotel there  are often long spells during tbe win>  i hand to relieve  them. Thousands  ofj ter  when  the  heavy  snows   prevent  The       Japanese      naval     training" mothers  have   found    Baby's     Own | all" communication  with   the   outside  cruisers   -'Ahania"*  and   "Iwatc"   will j Tablets   the   ideal  remedy   for   little [ world Then    the   only   means-of  .,4*.tt. -.'.v..^,.-.,.^..  ������������������    ������,���������a-,.-r   10 ���������������<?   i.   ones-1���������thousands   of   mothers   always ��������� , ...       ,*.,.'.       .    ,        , -     ,     _  visit  Vancouver  on  Aug-usc  10-1 J, it 1 ^^  t...y.w������. j���������  *-.,- x,^.^^  -.���������  ������ ! reaching: civilization is by ski  along  safeguard against the sudden illness i dangerous    mountain    tracks.       The  of their little ones. 1 Jungfraujoch botel had its origin in  was   stated   at   tite   Japanese   consulate there.  Albert  Voight,  a German, has left  Seward.  Alaska,   in  a     16-foot,  iapsible   walrus    skin    sai������%boat  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative. They regulate the  bowels; sweeten    tlie    stomach    and  "*'0?: thus banish constipation    and    indi-  col-  Kew York. He hooes to complete his' gestion;   break up  colds and  simple  6.700-miIe trip in" six months. ; fever an* "������a*Le t\h! cutting of teeth  : easy.        The   Tablets   are  absolutely  Charles  Colebrooke Patterson, eld- ,; guaranteed free from injurious drugs  est son of the late Hon. J. C. Patter- I and  may  be  given  to  the  youngest  son,  former    lieutenant-governor    of! child W������th perfect safety.     They are  >.������- '-4. im. .     m    ������t 1 ^~^   -��������������� ''��������� sold bv medicine dealers or by mail  Manitoba,  is   dead.   He  was  bo*n  m, at 2^: a box from The Dr  WiiHama.  Ottawa,  in  1S68. and  for  a  aumbei j Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Out.        -  of years was his father's secretary.   ! -������������������  flight tests win'soon' be made of | Speckled   Trout   For  television apparatu.s   ^calculated    by |  ita    inventor.    C.    Francis    Jenkins, j  Washington   physicist,   to   reproduce  conditions  as seen    from    an    aeroplane, on a scre.en miles, away.  Japan's co-operation in any disarmament program negotiations  that Premier Ramsay MacDonald  and Ambassador Dawes may have  begun has been promised by Premier  Tanaka.  France is preparing to bring into  force a wide scheme of social insurance. It will cover sickness, old-  age incapacity, maternity benefits  and, to a certain extent, unemploy-  *ment. ' * .  a; ramshackle shelter hut built by  workmen when engaged in the construction of the funicular in 1912.  Prom this dwelling where they ate  their simple meals of beer and bread  has arisen the hotel that is unique  in the world.  God's  goodness  hath  been  great to  ' thee; a ���������'"-'- ���������'���������;  L.et never day nor night unhallow'd  pass, ............. - ���������.���������*������  But still   remember   -what   the   Lord  hath done.���������Shakespeare.  "Skinny" Women!  Gain Weight Quick  New IRONIZED YEAST^dds  pounds in few weeks. Rest:. &  guaranteed���������or pay nathirg  Why.lot-a ���������''skinny'* body, bony limbs  and ngfly liollow'-f ruin 3*oui* cliarhi ? Iron-  i-secl 5"en.st -acida 5^ to, .15 .pounds oti.p.n:ir\  _,te\y   weeks;:, cl������ij.rsx yc-<ir   skin;;..it'l;^i?i8li'(������H.  ' wi-itiMes; glyfefff^bir new* strength. 'IP^rfrrio  a.sk���������bo-������r does   Ironi^ed   Tettst   woil.' so-  fast.      .���������   py::A'Ay."''    ''rPAly'P'PP   .Pi:P  ~S.  Ironlzcd  Yoast  Is  two   great   ionics  isri  one.   " Welffh.tTbVils'irig'-  TjEJAST., f 1 troa-tfitS  with  two lcinaV'\6?.:strenKihenii.g**.  lilood-  enrichlniij IRON  used for years t������y   bt^h-  est medical authorities. The Yeast is also  treated with Violet Rays to increaso   it-'s  effecttyeness.  Only when Toast...is Troijized is it most  efEoctlv-e.- Iron 1a needed to lirthprfout tf)<>  welsht-bnlldingr, ' strehgtlieniiifj .va.hK.fi   of  Yeast..........,;... , '.-���������':'     ''"'    - "-  .Pleasant   tablets.     I*fo    "yeasty"    t.ist������>.  Ko gun or'''Moating*. .       '       .*....  No excuse to stay ;Vskinriy;'' -vv-ealcy w -  ���������Oim-ply. "Feel arid look years younsei*.  Get full size treatment of IronizedfYea'-t  today from any 'drufrg-l.tit'. If not delighted  witli quick results, g-et your nioney, back.  If inconven"i"entf to ?' bijy 'f J-om: - ��������� dnig-sist,  send $1.25 direct to -Canadian Ironized-  Yeast Co., Ltd., Fort USrie,. Oiit. "Desk  42G-MX. ' ' "'    -  msszssssmmmmmmMUmmmVmsmimmWmmmtmm^^  The "Canadiaai Mediterranean"  For Catarrh.���������-It is one of the  chief recommendations of Dr.-  Thomas* fEclectric Oil that it can be  -used internally with as nauch success  as outwardly. Sufferers from catarrh  will find that'-the "Oil when used according* to directions will give  prompt reliefy Many sufferers from  athis ailment have found relief in the  Oil and have sent testimonials.  Canadian  Ueiegaies  For   Press Conference  Jasper   Park   Lakes  -Anglers  May  Expect  Ileal   Sport In  Canatia's-L.arg-est Mountain   -  Playground  So successful was the experiment  made by the Dominion Government  last year in stocking- Malig-ne Lake,  in Jasper National Park, with trout,  that a quarter of a million more fry  ^ ,   1 are now growing up in the.hatchery  '-. Wise and experienced mothers  know -when their children are trou-r-  bled.with worms and lose no time in  applying Miiler*s Worm Powders, a  most effective vermifuge. It is absolute in - clearing the system of  worms and restoring those healthy  conditions without which there can  be no comfort for the child, or' hope  of robust growth. It is a most trustworthy worm -exterminator.  Professor���������Go your fastest my  man! I am in a 'desperate rush. ���������-  Taxi Driver (after speeding; alone  for 30 minutes)-���������Say, you forgot to  ,tell mc where we are going.      r  Dominion Will Have largest Representation At Imperial  Meet  Xe.vt Year  3. H. Woods, managing editor of  the Herald, Calgary, Alta., recently  sailed for .London, where he will  consult with the council of the Empire Press Union in connection with  tbe Canadian contingent of press  delegates to th^t > Imperial __ Press  Conference, being held -jojext year.  3irlr. "Woods said that-Canada will-he  sending 20 delegates to represent  the .60 members. of the Union in  Canada. This isu the largest ^representation of any part of the Empire.  The last conference was held  in Australia in 1925, and the one previous to that, in 1920, was held in  Canada. The Imperial Piress Conference is being held in London,  England, in June of next- year.  Montreal T Journal    Sees    Important  Future For the H.B.R.  Commenting on the completion of  the Hudson Bay Railway, Le Devoir,  of Montreal, edited by    Mr.    Henri  Bourassa;   expresses   the  belief   that  the hew line to the Canadian Mediterranean will prove  a valuable addition  to?  ^Canada's ''- tz-ahsportatibh  system, not  only as  a development  road, but. as an export route.      The  richness    of    the    country    through  which the railway    passes    has   yal-  already    been    proved,  f Le    Devoir  states,    foreseeing,   large     mineral,  pulp and paper,    and    metallurgical  establishments along  the  road.       It  applauds  also the manner  in which  the Government is amassing data on  the navigability of the Bay, and concludes:   "It  is   improbable   that   the  route will become a serious competitor  of the  St.���������'.. Lawrence,  but  it  is  sure  to  be useful,  and will  become?  so  more  and more    as   seamen   become   familiar  with  navigation   conditions."  University Of Alberta  Tiie University of Alberta has just  celebrated yits twenty-first birthday.  The first president, Dr. H. M. Tory,  howr-president of , the National Research Council of Canada, and the  first premier bf the province, Hon.  A. C. Rutherford, participated in the  anniversary ceremonies.  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate,  but Holloway'a Corn Remover will  draw* them out painlessly.  Makes For Unemployment  One of the causes of unemployment In Europe ia that our working  lives have been prolonged, declares  a statistician. At one time, he says,  -too old at forty'1 was the cry  throughout the world, hut we have  new round that we are not too old  A 00 or GJ5.  er  ts  ������  imm*  X  A Severe Attack of  P**B jffl'jfSJJ'cJJ^,fi**,ElTy'lff'fo Effiajg  Checked by 4 Doses  Mr. I. Burtonwood, G20-22nd St.  W., Saskatoon, Sask., writes:���������"My  child, when only rscven montha old,  hnd a very R������ve3*e attack of dysentery, and after three days' treatment  with other  tiling* w? rl<������Rhl<������d to uno  On this day his  bowel a had moved  twonty-tlireo times  lu clovon hours,  hiit four r.Ioseo  checked  It.  "A   Hhort    time  ncfo   wo  offo red  it  to      a      neighbor  v.'7.0mim!     .i.ihy    wuit  troubled, nnd It. too  waa ������'4>lloved within  thirty houm.  '���������W������'������ h������4.h alu'uyH keep ft bottlo of  *Dr,  KfiwInr'H'  hiinrly nl. all  tlmcin.  This* I'licdhrine haa honn on tho  Tonrlcct for over B6 y^arn; p������at up  only by Thr. T. "Mllhum Co., lid.,  Toro'Oifcro, Ont.  there, and "will be turned loose in the  great   glacial  lake   in   a  few  weeks  time.  As eggs, the 250,000 travelled to  Jasper from Cresco, Pennsylvania,', _\  last winter, and so carefully was the] ������j  precious freight handled by. tb<s' 5  Canadian National Express that only j S  70 of the eggs failed to hatch. Ar-: ���������������  rived at Jasper, tlie eggs were given. jS  iuto the care of Warden Herbert; -~  Davis, who is carefully nursing them jS  along. He feeds the multitude four j ������S  pounds of chopped liver a day ano \ js  keeps thc water moving and at i-. j S  proper temperature.  Early In June the fingerlings wiii  be taken out of their trays ana  transported in tins to Maligne. "The  fish put in there last year," says R,  Langford,        supervising warden,   5  "have done marvellously well and ��������� S  havo grown to a good size, Thoy ���������������  and the new batch are speckled > E  trout. Wc expect, a .shipment of ������  rainbow trout In a few weeks for: jjs  Cabin Lnlcc. E    _-..-. <s  ,   mm*  How Names  Were Olvon ; g-  Kurope ia derived from Eiiropa/'in i *s  Greek mythology a woman who was i E  carried off by Jupiter, who came to ; |������  her disgulncd in the form of a whitr j~  bull and bore hor to tho island of is  Crete. The Greek word is said to' E  ho derived from thc Bemltlo. 'rsreh' Es  mermlng darknfts.i, evening sunsel. _\  Asia is said to derive its name from E'  tho Semitic word "acu" m������an'[ii.ti g  going forth, or rise of thc sun. 'S  "What would yaw nay to anyone  who sltfi himnoh: down on yoin  hat ?"  "I Hlumld call him nn Idiot a  rilupld  asB,"  "That'll all I wLhJv to know - ynu  are ulttlniaj on mlno!"'  MAOl. IN BNOLAND  ������  dLUIHIII1llfllBltIIIII3illIIBIIlilltfiiaiH?KlltlUIII8l[lltlllIIIIII1IHillIllllllIIII!IBIllIllllllII^  T*he Improved       f  Glass Substfyute     1  COMES WITH A MESSAGE OF HEALTH   |  TBE Bun Is the all-powerful life producer, 5  Nature's untvefflal. disinfectant and s  germ destroyer, as well as stimulant s:  and tonic. WINBOLITE ia the sun's most 5  Important ally. 5  Medical research has definitely proved E  ^,that from the point of view of Health and  Hygiene, the moat effective among the sun's  raya are the Ultra-Violet rays, which possess  thc greatest power for tho prevention wad  cure of disease and debility.  Science has further established that ordinary window glass does not allow the passage of Ultra-Violet rays, bo that by using  glass wo are ilHJflclolIy excluding these vital  health-giving; rays. Therefore, the Invention  of 1VINDOLITB hits completely satisfied the  long-felt want. Exhaustive experiments  have conclusively proved that it In a most  effective substitute for glass, that it freely  admits the Ultra-Violet rays, and that Its uao,  has a most beneficial effect on the growth  and development of plants and chickens and  on tho well-being of cattle, onable.d for the  flrflt timo to have healthy light instead o*  datkneas in their sheds.  rndeed, tho discovery of WINDOLITK has  during the last slx.yoara completely revolu-  ������ Uon.iMHi gardening, given a new stimulus to  poultry breeding, increasing tho egg-laying  capacity dSnd fertility of chickens, has greatly  improved the health of cattle and is now being used in domestic and houBohold requlrs-  *mcuta.  WrNDOLlTE stands for 100 per cent, sunlight. It  makes light "but strong windows for cattle sheds, dairy  stables, poultry houses* brooders and all outbuildings. It  Is economical, unbreakable, flexible and ia easy to cut and  fit. "ft la now being successfully uned for uunroomfl,  vevar-dnJia. schools, factories, hospitals, aanltarlumia, hot  beds, plant coverings and greenhouses. Tt k^eps out cold  -���������will not crack or chip,-���������cuts with an ordinary pair of  scissors and 1:: ciisy to. lit. . WUTOOaUTIQ is wupplled in  rolls any length but in one width of 80 Inches only. A  square yard of WINDOWKK weighs about 14 oas., while  n square yurd of glass of ordinary thickness, weighs  about 335 to 130 ozm. The Improved WINDOLITK requlron  no vatnish. WINDOUT13 is made In England.  rric45 51,50 Per Squaro Yard, f.o.b., Toronto.  Vac WINDOLITE and l#t  VO'EiH I*L/t"3TS  YOUR CHICKENS-  YOUR CATTLE  Bsawk In lOO '}'<> SunlloM    ���������  Hend for booklet "WINDQI*ITK������'  es,  ���������y^l^M,  rZK/Sbm**. tS.  k\gmk*.imMkmm������miy\v^tmim*mi������,im*^mt  VV.    N.     O.  n\n  Distributors: JOHN  A*  51 Wellington St. W.  CH ANTLER. &. 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The Singing Fool
Copyright.,     1928,     Warner
, Pictures, Inc.
Cool gray ddwxi of-a work day in'
the y modern Babylon���New York]
Thej black' curtain of* night rode
silently,, seeming- to trail ghostly
spirals of mist. ��� Against the sky's
flat naonotone the. irregular and fantastic shapes of tlxe skyscrapers
stood -put yy ;;h^ldly-^*powei*ful and
mysterious "creations of ~Mah.   "       ??
Ihyf the dark canyons of the city
streets dark figures moved purposefully toward their destination���factory? hands with lunch kits tucked
beneath; their arms, stalwart*steel-:
construction men 'who carried the
pride of craft in their way of walking, slim girls with the .vivid memory
of the night's romantic dreams still
shining in bright eyes.
But uptown, ih the glittering play
places of the city, was a sharply
- contrasting scene. In the '"roaring
forties" and '"nifty fifties," where
denizens of Broadway and fashionable f Park Avenue "make whoopee'*
tbrough the sleeping hours, the
night clubs were endingytheir da^,.'
Through the tinseled'' doorways
canto lovely ladies in ermine coats
and jeweled slippers, and men with*
silver-topped walking sticks, y-and
top4hats at rakish angles. -Their
heavy listlessness was broken occasionally by hysterical laughter.
Irt the lobby of the resplendent
Plaza Club, Marcus, the revue producer, helped a pretty young actress
into'? her fur coat. As l^:did so his
arm went around her lingeringly for
a moment, while she turned her
graceful head and glanced knowingly into his eyes. Another man and
girl: of the Marcus party waited
"Well, let's call it & nfeht," suggested Marcus, his hand resting af-
fecionately on the girl's arm.
We can have lots of fun yet
Her tone was wheedling, her smile
gay. - She was playing- up to Marcus, first, because. he was the great
Marcus, secondly, because she wanted hfer own.; way. And now she turned to the other couple.
"Don't let him send us home yet,'.'
she said in the tone of a spoiled
child. "We're having fun. We can go
to some other place."
, The other man and girl nodded,
and the actress turned to Marcus.
"You see!"
Marcus sighed, then made one last
stand. . - -      "
"All the other, places will be
closed," he insisted.
"No, they won't. Blackie Joe's is
open���the fun is just starting down-
The revue producer made a grimace of distaste. "But that's such a
dump." *'
Suddenly the actress seized Mai-
cus by the arm and led him toward
the doorway. She spoke rapidly
and soothingly into his ear:
Marcus acquiesced With a faint
smile and a characteristic shrug of
���the shoulders. The c^hfffiur. pf his
handsome limousine sprang tb attention and swung the car door open as
the party came down the steps. They
stepped inside ahd the car purred
Inside, Marcus felt the' girl's head
on his shoulder. He put up his
ha��dyaiidf? strokedy her --glossyy hair,
keeping his . eyes straight forward.
Yes, he liked her, hut he liked many
women. Primarily, this shrewd revue
creator -was interested in .women a��
talent for his gorgeous productions.
His gift for "spotting" talent had
made? him fBroadWay's  most notable
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figure in his line. To be "discovered"
by Marcus meant fame for any girl.
. jThe car drew to a stop before-the
shabby * exterior of Blackie Joe's
place;,;the party mounted the narrow, fui^ - somewhat rickety
stairs; at the top the peep-hole
panel of a locked-door was pushed
aside in  response to Marcus' knock.' personage.
did the actress next Lo him whisper
ed,  "Pour beers?"    Marcus    nodded
and repeated the order to AI.
The waiter straightened up and
looked about for Blackie. These
people were important, but he
couldn't fill the order until he had
the high sign from Blackie. He
caught Blackie's eye and saw his
right hand go up with the okay gesture.     Then he turned away.
Who were these people he wondered," toward whom  the boss beliaved
so deferentially? Well, it didn't matter.     You could see, to look at them,'
they  had  plenty  of jack.   Later he!
would sing one of    his    best    comic!
songs  for   them.   They  would   prob-'
ably loosen up -with a good tip.
Someone else*was speculating on
the Marcus party, too. ..In the back-!
ground, severaly tables away, stood
Grace "Farrel,, the cigarette girl, lier
slim fingers resting on her tray,
which -was suspended from her
shoulder by a. wide ribbon. Her
eyes were wide fwith awe,, for she
had heard Blackie Joe whisper "the
ywords, "Marcus of Broadway."
So this was y the legendary Mr.
Marcus, who -made performers famous. But the. thoughts of httle
Grace were not for herself. ��� ^ They
���were for Al Stone. Even as Al
leaned over to take the Marcus or-
-der her gaze had been alight .with
admiration for the singing waiter. If
only Mr. Marcus y knew how smart
Al was, how funny-he could be, what
wonderful songs he wrote!
She tried desperately to catch. Al's
eye. She must reach him and tell
hini the  name  of  this  distinguished
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- Contract-
In the biggest aviation merger in
the .history of western Canada, commercial aviation interests .of. Saskatchewan and .Alberta have united
under] the name of the Great Western Airways, Limited j according to
announcement made by Capt. Fred. \
R. MeCall, managing -director of the'
Calgary Flying Company.
Commercial Airways. Ltd., Edmonton, and Commercial- Airways, Ltd.,
Regina, decided at_.a meeting in Re- |
gina, to pool their interests with the
Great Western Airway's, Ltd., Calgary, and make a united bid for the'
trans-Canada air mail contract.   -     \
Arrangements have   already   been '
completed for financing  the Dominion" mail   contract   to  the   extent   of
$1,000,000 if It is awarded, Capt. MeCall announced.     !
The Great Western Airways will
function as one company under the1
general managership of- Squadron
Leader G. .H. Tudhope, who is at
present supervisor of airports and
airways for the Dominion govern-'
ment./; He has accepted this ..position
with the new aviation merger.
Turner VaHey Oil
Now ^Producing At a Rate  Of  Over
830,000 Barrels Annually
In April, 1929, the Turner Valley
produced 5-i,904 barrels of crude
naphtha, and 14,303 barrels of crude
oil, making a total of 769,207 barrels (>"f oil and naphtha- during the
month.      this is,at the rate of- ovei
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that the Turner Valley will produce
well over 1,000,000 barrels this year.
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won born and have certainly received great benefit from It. I urfic
my fticndn to take It as I am auto
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The suspicious eyes of the doorkeeper looked .them over, then cautiously swung;1 the' doOr' back. ''���';    S
v Inside the tiny lobby they survey-
fed fthrbughy another doorway a
smoke-filled, room and a crowded
dance floor, where closely massed
figures ���" tindulated to the muffled
but insistent rythms of jazz music.
An odor of stale beer greeted them
and again Marcus naade a grimace
of distaste, which he quickly stifled.
When the check girl had taken theii
wraps they moved toward the main
This was slumcning with a vengeance, thought the fastidious Marcus. In contrast to the brilliant
and richly upholstered club they had
just left this hideaway of the downtown back streets seemed strangely
threadbare and ?woebe gone.
The producer did not like the tp-
pearance of some of the patrons. As
his party entered the low-ceilinged
main hoom the dance music stopped
and the couples threaded their way
back to their tables. A curious and
rather sinister quietness pervaded
the room for a moment; Marcus and
his expensively garbed friends were
met by lowering stares that .seemed
Marcus' keen, darting glance
caught the covetous gaze of n' man
at a nearby table fixed on the heavily jeweled hand of his actress
friend. Without a word the producer stepped in front of hor protect-
ingly.      And then���
Suddenly tho figure of Blackie .To<-
himself appeared across the room.
Ho strode, toward them rapidly with
his host welcoming smilo.
"Well, Mr. Marcus, this is it great
honor!" -    ���   .
Marcus relaxed with a sigh of re-
liof and took Blackfe's outstretched
hand. Blackie turned toward tho
back of tho room, calling:
"Hoy, Al! Ringside table for
Al Stono, the head singing-waiter
and prize comic at Blacklo.s place,
spun about. From their appoarunco
the fig wore Important people.
"This way, ladies and gentlemen.
I-Iere's a nico apot."
The party relaxed about t,ho rouna,
white-topped tabic. Then Marcus,
czar of the Broadway revuea, turned
to glvo the order. I-^p looked np into
Hit. JiaiicUituiUs, iiiUsJllgunt i'ucu vi /U
Btone, tho ohwehre performer. An h��
(To Be Continued.)
By  advertising, yomr-wrongs-. you
will merely add-toy6ur; collections^ ?"
Time Has Tested It.���-Dr. Thomas'
jtsiciectric Oil has been on the market
upwards of fifty years and in that
time it has proved a blessing to thousands:: It is in high favor throughout Canada and fits -excellence has
carried its fame bejrohd the seas. If
it were double the price it would be
a chea'p liniment.
A man, as he , manages    himself,
may die  old at;~- thirty  or "young lit
'eighty.  ^���:A-P'-P.:-S"\"
Britain Likes Canadian Honey
Is     Growing     In    Popularity     Says
.Assistant -Trade Commissioner
"Honey is fast becoming a staple
food ..on the British . breakfast table,
and the CCanadian product is enjoying a   growing   popularity,"    writes
Lester S, Glass, assistant trade commissioner at Bristol, in an article ia
the f "Cpmmerci'ai InteUigence   Journal." White clover honey and oranga-
blossom honey are  well  thought  of
and South American white honey enjoys a high place in: the estimation of
the buying public.     The British statistics  for the  calendar  years  1924
and 1927, show si.    total    import    of
honey of 73,251 cwt- and^ 84,-415 cwt..
with a^ value of ��201,962 and ��221,-
067 respectively.
Your modern liiftli*
-speed motor lruxna tlio
tune of fast-err transportation. In speed,
power nnd flexibility,
-tlkcmotorK of tlio liigln-
woy reflect the inlln-
once of tho motorN of
the slty��
Tlio oil th��t wn�� **iJoo��l
onoujlh** for tho motor
of lf>25 in not Hood
onoui^lt for the motor
of 1029. Higher Mpeodn*
higher temperaliiir��N,
li i �� h or comprcBwions,
linvo crontod more diflt->
, enlt liil>ricntia.|*t prob-
Iomn and (demand ueitttr
Been.ihc Mnrvclubo
, rh��ots the liij&h temper-
ntiireN nnd lii-ilt prvico.
Nitroh of n.rplfliioopornx
tion It .h the. 3denl lubri-.
cant for^ tlio modern,
automobile ��u��ino. It��
rftclft luhrlcuiinjj ��� prop*
icrtien^ nro inherited
from -SIm buAe-Poruvioit
On the lii-**eh��vny�� nn Sn
the nlcywnyn. Murvclubo
*2lv��-3 cJ-nBo��o(lhor pev-��
formimco, Ic-HHoned do
l��-roc*Mtion am n ��<1 f ��ul
opemling^ economy.
Tliffrff) 8r�� nArndo of Mnr-
velulvo rrfincul to tmcot
itxMxtly the* Mp��M*!fSen<>
tionM of yonr enr, truck
or  tractor. Seo   tlio
Mnrvolulip Clinitt
���iwt" ��mip��i��rin!l Of! dcnl^rn
irtod WMirf N-lntSoimiM.
A [truer Motor Oil
Wudn r-roni iVraviao Crod*
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mmmm THE  CBE'SXOH  BEVIBW  Qsiaa'a ��������������������������� ������������������ ������.-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� m ���������.���������������������������OS" ���������������������������o������������������b ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������!��������������������������� ���������'������������������������������������  ���������g Local and Personal  Sun Visors.  Sun Goggles.  Sun Parasols  ���������  a  a  5  Complete Line  of  Sporting Goods  and^  Fishing  Tackle  s  Sun Burn Lotion.  Sun and Wind Burn Creams.  KODAKS and FILMS.  PHOTO FINISHING.  f*g������  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  THE REXALL STORE  ia  Special  on  Buy your Dominion Day flags from  V. Mawson.  Birthr-On June 22nd. to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Maione, a daughter.  FOR RENT���������House to rent, jgood  location. Mrs. T. M. Edmondson. Creston.  WANTED���������Used car in good condit-1  ion; full   particulars and   price.     P.O.  Box 43, Oreston.  WANTED���������Room wanted by gentlemen, with or without board, state terms.  Bos 43, Crestoh.  FOR SALE���������One Wo-horse spring  dray, in first-class shape, $65 Cash. H.  A. Uodd, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook were visiting  with Spokane friends during the week,  leaving on Sunday.  Monday is Dominion Day, a statutory  holiday, and all places of bnsiness in  town will be closed.  FOR SAUE���������Five acres o! timothy  and alfalfa hay, to cut in field. W. K.  Beard, Camp Lister.  WANTED���������Strawberry packers at  once. Good accommodation. Apply T.  E. Slingsby, Wynnnel.  Creston Post Canadian Legion meets  in July session at the Legion hall on  Tuesday night at 8 o'clock.  During his stay in Creston at the weekend Rev. P. Hayman, was the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. 1������. H. Jackson,  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Letcher of Flagstone were weekend guests of the latter's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nichols.  Fred Payne, firing with the C.P.R. at  Cranbrook, spent a few days the past  week with his mother, Mrs. E. W. Payne.  Mrs..Jas. Davis, who has been on a  two modths' visit with friends in Colorado, returned home at the end of the  1  m  We are offering SASSG'S PURE  OLIVE OIL in gallons, halves, and  quarts.    Prices on Imperial measure:  For tlie -Outdoor Work  Most everything you require in the  way ai wearables can be had here. ._  OVERALLS  We have a very complete stock of these in all  the wanted sizes, styles and qualities. -.������������������*������������������'.-'  SH*tefS  **&*. m.3mm-m. ������*������ Smff  We have these in Blue, Khaki and Striped in a full  range of sizes, and attractive prices,  A ���������       r ��������� ���������       ���������      '      ������������������  PEANUT STRAW RATS  Great fur wear asid comfort.  CHILDREN'S SPORT CAPS���������All the bright color  combinations imaginable. They come in both round  and nebbed styles.    Wonderful value at 50c. each.  reston Valley Co-Operative Assn.  I  CHESTQH  T������a Stores  ERICKSOH  Gallon can ���������  Half-Gallon -  - -   1.80  m  yj  Quarts ������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������     .95  This is first quality oil, and owing to  a favorable, buy we can only guarantee the above prices on this shipment,  I  , BfflBP riTJfflTih  B __   65*b * jy  GKtS I UN BVStKUAN ISLE  COMPANY,   LTD.  TsafflBssy. ysstiitM^"  PEOPLE ARE FUNNY THAT WAY  wu  I  It is an extraordinary fact that  people who are rigidly careful  with Fire  in their own homes  are utterly reckless with it when  out of doors. EIGHTY PER  GENT, of our Fire Losses last  year would have been prevented  had people tried'to remember ���������  that FIRE is an element with  which it is NEVER safe to be  careless.  PREVENT FOREST FIRES���������YOU CAN HELP!  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  ���������-���������-���������'-*- ������������������������������������ ���������"���������"���������������������������  '���������"-***"^'"*-"~"-"*'"-~"~n---''-"*----"T^^  Printed Butter Wraps at The Review  FOR SALE���������Quantity alfalfa; will sell  crop standing or arrangements made for  cutting.   T.   Quinn   (Maxwell   ranch),  : Creston.  I Geo. Strong of Lethbridge, Alberta,  formerly in charge of the Commercial  Hotel, is a holiday visitor in Creston  this weak.  G. M. Argue of Crattbrook was renewing acquaintances in Creston at the  weekend. He was a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. C. H. Hare.  R. B. Staples arrived from Kelowna on  Saturday, and will be remaining for a  week or ten days while.-the strawberry  shipping rush is on.       ���������:...���������..,  Donald Spiers arrived home on Tuesday on a visit with his parents, Mr.- arid  Mrs. J. D. Spiers. - He-is just recovering from a severe illness.  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Smith of Nelson  spent a few days at the end of the week  renewing acquaintances. They were  guests of their son, Fred.  Miss Annaretra McDonald, who has  been a student at the. provincial Normal  school at Victoria, the past term, is home  for the summer vacation  Chas. Moore is the newest of auto  owners in this section, having taken delivery of a Plymouth sedan from Creston  Motors at the first of the week.  Exhibitors at the Women's Institute  flower show are reminded that all exhibits  must be at Trinity Church hall at 12  o'clock noon.   Please be oh time.  Miss Mary Murrell, who has been  attending an art school in Victoria for  the past few months, arrived home on  Tuesday for the summer holidays.  Mrs. M. R. Joyce was a Spokane visitor this week, in which city sho was joined by Mr. Joyce, returning from attending Masonic grand lodge in Victoria,  Dick Chandler, cashier at the Imperial  Bank, left at the end of the week on a  two weeks* vacation which he is spending  at his home in Wetaskiwln, Alberto.  At the annual convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eartern B.C.  at Nelson last week C. G. Rodgers Was  re-elected president of thc organization.  Adam Robinson, who has been taking  fourth year high ochool worlc at Nelson  the pant, term, ia here for the summer  vacation with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Mra. Cotterill left on Sunday for  Cranbrook whero she la at present a patient inlSt. Eugene hospital, She was  accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin. /  Death claimed another of the uchool  indians of the local reserve on Thursday  last, when Philip passed away after a  short illnosa. Ho was about 86 years of  age.  F. C, Rodgoro reports tho attic oi a 20  h.p. Evlnrude outboard motor with under  wator exhaust to Laib brothers who arc  using It on a boat for tho haul of suppllow  to ihuir jiimtS* ofjttmi.ont. mt.CuUuu C.tV.v  It has plenty of pawor to develop a boat  Hpocd of 20 mllco an hour.  SPECIALLY BOUGHT and  SPECIALLY PRICED !  WELL REINFORCED AT  THE   WEARING   PARTS  We have just received a large  shipment of the. Orient Brand  contour heel, full fashioned  pure Silk Hose, which goes on  sale at, per pair  ��������� _fa_*.   SS MB ���������  t 'Cf*-' k%tW  ALL SIZES  NEWEST SHADES  Fit better than other hose  S cp p t? r> ^  #. AJBL % - ���������&*���������*?   JL ' \%.-m*1   'm*������*mnki   11^^ *%**?  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