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Array .--���������.'J  '/���������  /������  \   Provincial Library  apl27  You XYIW-a  \  CRESTON, B.C^^IlDAY, JUNE 25, 1926  T .        -     *"     *      -J-     -  No. 19  35 Pu  S  Etxams*  _er vacation     today,  Jeiiks wlil be leaving  and     "Principal  at onee for "his  *- Altnosfca recordL list of-.-cuEwdid'ates  ere writing on the Entrance to Higlx  School examinations at *Greston this  year, opening on "Wednesday,-and the  hist subject due to be written tbtB  afternoon", with Miss Wade ^upervis-  irg.  ' " y  Rural-schools have, big lists of candi-  dates, Eriekson supplying 8, Canyon 7,  Kitchener 6, Wynndel 6, Huscroft 4,  and^ Creston and liister three each'���������-  the Creston fist being .reduced by ten  due to. that number being sriven. promotion- due to excellent standfngs  made on the routine examinations  during the.teftn, and which* work has  heen given 'the' o k -of high school  principal and .inspector; "i'lib&e'writ**  ing are: '  -. C ANYON~-Jolm JMcPherson, Helen  McRobb, Helen Nouguier, John Ny-  xaardp - Margaret" Nyg-aard, Helen  Pochin; Tfeei*iaa-Vance. "    .  "&ISTEK���������James -, Byrne., George  Cfieudley John -Malthouse. _, .���������   "  CRESTON ��������� Marion  Lewis, Charlie Moore.  Collis. " Ada  ERICKSON���������Florence Craigie, Clarence Davis, Walter Dodds,/Margaret-  Ftaser, James Handley, Ruby Martin.  Stewart Penson. Madeline Putnam.  HUSCROFT���������Katherine Demchuk,  Ivy Hurry* Pearl Huscroft, Clarence  Tedford. Jk  KITCHENER^-Lutura. Andeen, Mildred Andeen. Isndwsg Anderson. Clara  Hunt, Olga Nelson, Myrtle Wickholm.  . WYNNDBL-8 craedto    Bennedetti;  lien a   Behnedetti,    Crawford   Irving,  - Marguerite Joy, Dorothy Payette,  The candidates' .patera go on to  Victoria tomorrow "and. the results  should be announced within' the next  -- The rains during last .week have  freshend up the look of things generally and given at least a supply-, of soft  water. * ..        - '  -_*     "*��������� ~m.     ~  .Several of the Lister ladies were at  Creston on Wednesday for the wedding at Christ Church when William  Mitchell, jr., formerly of Lister, and  Misq.. May Littiejohn of Eriekson,  were united' in marriage  by Rev. S.  n_J^^... I*... - .      _.  Wm. Mitchell, sr., arrived in by-  znotor from Mullan, Idaho, on ~Tu.es-  "day night, for the marriage of his wti  ywhich took place on the 23rd. ^ "-  Alf. Letoilie is the first of" the well  deepeners to have any luck. He stater  "that** at* an additional depth of _ six  'feet he struck a spring that has given  jb'tni-L7 feet of water in the well on,his  place.   *  ' A.S. Evans of Klockmann has jnst  arrived to spend a couple of weeks on  his ranch bere.  Three-pupils of Lister school are at  Creston 4h3s week writing on the Entrance examinations that commenced  on Wednesday; They are James  Byrne, George Chudley apd John  Malthouse.  Geo. Jacks arrived from Klockmann  a. few days ago and is getting things  ready "to take on the mail contract  Lister to Creston via ���������Canyon and  Eriekson having jnst been awarded  -the contract by the postofiice department. He commences work next  Thursday, July 1st.  Thief of Bagdad'  ___*-*��������� ��������� * mf& *vr*4-       -������_J-_r������    "������   ���������.  &  Jeff. Collis, came down in the former's  new Ford for the Church of England  fflain/tav Mat-.tlvnincr     Iho  ea.i_.������_r.aa_rk_t_a      .mm.  Douglas Fairbanks* amazing picturi-  station of the Arabian  Nights,_. "The  Thief ot of'Bagdad.3'  which will be  presented at the Grand to-night and  Saturday, ia generally considered   as  being,    beyoud   question,    thorniest  extraodinary   exaiuple of -screen art  known up td theypresent time.   According to All accounts, it marks  a  -distinct and radical advance *in this  popular form  of ".^H entertainments;  and places it on i a.'higher- plane than  it hasyetafctain<s_l^ In'-The-Thie'f of  Bagdad"  Douglas; Fairbanks will   be  -seen at his best as.the agile happy-go-  lucky   rascal   of   old     Bngdadt   The  story Is   based   .open   the    Arabian  Nigtite   tales and;-utilizes the services  of   thousands -of .^people.   Fairbanks  role is that of Tisu^Thief who reforms  and     becomes  -aj^veritable   Prince���������  conquering   unbelievable  . difficulties  and finally- winning- fche hand' of'the  beautiful   Princess.   .To,depict such  happenings as" are revealed" in *'The>  Thief of Bagd^'^'Sas never    before  been'considered within the bounds of  possibility. - Some of the adventures  are:    The*| Thief   'mouuted    on    the  Winged Horse, flying up and through  the    clouds;   4M'^ Thief _   and     the  Princess;   on the Magic Carpet soar  above the house-tops and-into the sky;  the raising of the .Magic Army from  nothingnes-Vand The Invisible Cloak,  by the aid of. which the  redoubtable  -Thief  reaches   the" presence   of   the  Princess.        '"-*.--  same evening. .  Mrs. Martin, Eileen Heap and Mr.  and Mrs. Loasby* were motor visitors  at-Preston on Wednesday,  School closes to-day for the summer  vacation* It is expected that Principal Hunter will-be back, for another  .year. -    /  ���������a.  Fishing could hardly be better than  it has been of late at Kuskanook.  Just a few days ago 'jock. McDiarmid  and Hafeis Hage landed almost a dozen  very fine char off the wharf.  Oreston School  ****M  \J  WjlMtowmfGl  in  tennis club held a dance  .schoolhouse on Saturday,  thirty days.  t,  MII&& Slsffnw  Mrs, H.   McDonald   and  eon.   who  have been visitors with Mr. ant"} Mfk, .  Webster, returned to-Galgary, Alberta  on Wednesday last.  Miss Ruth Smith arrived on Sunday  from Seattle, on a visit with her  mothet������ Mrs. Stace Smith.  A. G. Cox of Cranbrook was here  for the weekend, the guest of Mrs.  Vaness.  Stanley Hartand, who has been here  on a visit with Jack Smith, left this  week for the coast, making the trip  by auto.  . Mrs. Burkhact and daughter, Joyce,  and Mrs. Carr, of Spokane, were here  on a visit with the former's brother,  Jack Bru backer. Mra. Burkhnrt was  a Creston neaident for a time���������up till.  three years ago.  Mif-s B. McNeil of Mont-ma** 5s a  visitor here at'present, the guest "of  Mrs,Ostehdorf. I*r  Alice Siding orchestra are putting  on a dance in the old schoolhouse at  Wynndel on Saturday night, June 20.  John Kelly Is the firs������ local resident  to elt down to new potatoes for dinner  r-on the 16th. Mrs. VaiieBB claims to  be Al Ice Sid I ng's first W20 raspbei-ry  shipper, with a crate on the 22nd.  BUI VaneBH and Jack Smith are  home from Kitchener, due to the closing down of tho Paulson sawmill.  Alico Siding young pSoplo and the  berry pickers had a dunce at the Todd  ranch honso on Friday night. Mesm-s-  Pa&cuw-o, George Cum, Frank Lombardo nnd'Pete Chetbo were jon  from Sirdar and there wore also  fifteen Doukhobors amongst  ' present* oonio of whom favored  ������. con pie of song������. A quartette  up of Lucy and Jorihlo  Marahall  With the word ont of Lister land  revaluations" land, buyersy are already  looking the urea. over. .On-Saturday  dv. Monday Jas. "*'MpNichftlaa ^ of  ^'Ikternie was here -?������d appeared* to be  taken with the place���������to Jthb extent of  -writing * the L������nJ .Settlement Board  foa* -pi ices on some  of the improved  places that appealed to h.va.  Erlmm&don  if  Institute Hears  oft  hand  some  those  with  made  and  Lena ond Ida Gamcahc rendei-cd the  ������������������Prlfloner's Song."   Thero waa u sUell  -Bwj-per nt-mldrilprht, find dft*neln.p; c**������n-  tlnnetl till 2,80 a.m.  *tJ*9t&r  Rev, S. Newby of Creaton announce!)  h������ will be nere for n Church of England eervlco in the   sehoolhouie   on  "-Iflfl r"-"'"r* ^-.1 ������*!���������)"     ������a a>   "T -Of\  ra'a**  ��������� J (-) ra1������  School closes today for the summer  vacation that will last until September  7th, and'will open with a new staff as  we hear both Miss Ferguson and Miss  Trembath have resigned.  ��������� Miss Kitty Littiejohn, who has been  attending Normal School at Victoria,  and Miss Edith Littiejohn of the same  city, arrived on- Saturday for- a holiday at their home here. ���������  John Murrell was out -here on Sunday with his Ford trupk and ' took a  load of Eriekson children to Creston  for the children's service in Christ  Church.  High water mark for fruit shipment  shipment ut this point wasestiiblished  on Monday when 190 crates went east  ---tnoatly straw ber Hep.  Eriekson school hns eight pupils at  Creston trying their hands*on the  Entrance to High Sthool examination.  They are Florence. Craigie, Clarence  DuviB. Walter Dodds, Margaret Frascir  Ruby. M-irtin, Stewart Penson, Madeline Putnam, James Handley-  .  ��������� ..'..'������������������'���������'��������� ���������        , ��������� <  MatrEmonial fellcitationei are again  in order, this time to Mies May Littiejohn who, on Wednesday, waa united  in marriage with William Mitchell of  Victoria, in which city thoy willmake  their, home.;' The bride has boon  prominent In young people's activities  here for tho past few years ahd takes  with her fch e bunt w lahes of." all for a  happy and long life.      y^  Mies Trembath, principal of Ertok-  aon school, can hardly doubt her popu-  lurlty after ttib very happy pre-  nuptlal reception accorded "her at the  homo of Mrs, Putnam on Friday'.*>veiling, which was In tho nntiiro of a  llm-xi sharper, 1ft tIcto c*t 'htc-n niarrlo-gc  next niohth. The Whirlwind Club, of  which Rhe is president, remembered:  her with an electric tbaster, find tho  company, nuinhering about 40, gerior-  otiMly ahowerml her with toWels and  linen. In addition to being; a- coinpe-  t>cat teacBi-ei. Miwa Tromtinth. Ima taken  a prominent part in   Ericktion  com-  JTuiie~ tneetihg of Cresf-bxt and Dis-  tfict; Women's Institute, on Friday,  afternoon, was favored with one of  the largest turnouts of the year.  Mrs. H. Stevens, president, was in  charge, and the feature of the sesoion  was carefully prepared paper on British Columbia's legislation in interests  of women, which was given by Mrs.  M. J. Boyd.  The ladies were in generous humor  on this occasion, and decided to give-  Creaton's 1020 fall fair a donation of  $20, and the directors will decide in  -what classes money will be awarded.  It was unanimously agreed that $5 be  s-ent to the vVocid (Yahk) benefit fund  being raised in Nelson. /  Mrs. Stevens and Mi's. Cherrington  were ntimed a special committee to  discover if Et ts possible fur Creston to  successfully enter a poster competition  which will be a feature1 of this year's  Dominion Institutes1 display at the  Canada] n National Exhibition in  Toronto in August. An institute  picnic is also a possibility this year  and decision as to date and place will  %j made at July meeting.*  There will be a bouse drees competition tit the July, session of the Institute. Each member is requested to  wear a plain homemade hoiyie dresp.  The best dress will be awarded wj'pri-se  and the decision as to the winner will  be by a vote by ballot.  A statement in connection with  this year's flower show was*vread by  the seci-otary and therprlKea and prize  money won by fortunate members  prttaent wua distrlbu ted ut the mooting.'      ,   * 'f ��������� '    .  k  There waa the usual social half hour  at tho clone, at which tho hostesses  wore Mro. Bundy, .Mra. Goodwin, Mrss-  Jas. Johnaton and Mrs. Joyce, and the  collection of $2.80 goes to the crippled  children's work. -  Wynndel  the- old  with music by Mrs. Lister's orchestra.  It was a high class affair with-"the  floor crowded every dance- A dainty  supper was" served' at midnight, foi*  which Mrs. M. Hagen did the catering.  W. T. Vankoughnet left on Monday  for Trail where he has to unpergo  further medical treatment on his leg.  Matt. Hagen-^Ieft on Monday for  Riondel, on^ a short visit with his  daughter, Trs, J. C* Moore.  Alice Siding orchestra halve a dance  billed here for" Saturday: June 26te.  'Popular prices and good music  Every body welcome.  The Doukhobor pickers   are  having  _rl.������.../.c������n       .-������..;*__.    f..__L_*������������*_aa������������4-l������r       t-tK^MKA       /flm^J-a.  They held one on Sunday night iu the  R. Uri packing shed., and another on  Tuesday night at the Shngsby shed;  they have a great time.  T. B. Slingsby. who is on the staff  of the Company's store at Kiuiterley,  is hbiue for a couple of weeks attending t^-liis^bierry. aC������op.vVV -**->-:^y - v;^(  Charlie Penson, who has been iwthe  Peace .Riverj' country "since last fall,  returned to bis home here*. last week,  afid 'great tales to tell of the country.  Frnit Growers Association aae load*  ing out the cars of berries these days.  One every day, and about every  second day a couple of them roll. The'  cloudy weather at the end of last  week, followed by the heavy rains of  Friday and Saturday, saved the corp,  and now growers figure on 75 "per  cent., crop..-' ���������-... k..-k 7'7^-,.,y7.7  Mist- A. Walsh, who has beeiiy teaching here.for three yeaa^ isI'leavlng  this week 'foi- Chicago, where sheJs$o  be nmrried shortly. On Thnrsday she  was the guest ��������� of a large circle, of  iriends at the old' schoolhouse, the  affair being a linen shower. Mias  Walsh is popular with the children,  and will, be greatly missed by parent',  pupils and a host of friends.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers  Association of "Wynndel report that  the first car of berries was shipped on  June 14th, and they received account  sales iihd cheque in full on June 17th���������  just 70 hours after loading car. This  is given ias ah indication of the efficiency of the growers* brokers, the  Canadian Fruit Distributors, Limited.  Standing  The best possibly proof that Creston  public school has an excellent teaching  staff is found in the midsummer report  of Inspector Manning, who has the  supervision of all schools in Eaat  Kootenay, in which is given the  resaslts of the mental tests taken in all  schools in the inspectorate during the  past year. J ���������  . These tests were for thf- purpose of  discovering whether, on mental examination, pupils were up to a standard  required at their age, and it is satisfactory So know that with tbe exeeption  of one subject in "one grade Aall the  classes at Creston show a few points  abbve the average for the whole of  East Kootenay, local pupils being particularly well to the ffore at spelling,  Grade.V. being 23 points above the  average, and Grade II. enjoying a like  distinction. Here is the inspectoi-'s  tabulated! statement:  Spelling.  C&eatcni  School.  GRADE lift..   87  Silent Reading 24  GRADE II.  Spelling   Silent Reading...  Av. Cos  ELKoot.  72  20  95  28  GRADE IIL  SpellinjT-  Arithmetic  -Silent Reading  81  17.5  -     GRADE IVa.  Spelling 92  Arthmtc, simple roles    21.3  . Arithmetic, reasoning     7.5  GRADE Vb.  Spelling *���������&  Arthmtc. simple rules ��������� 22.5  Arithmetic, reasoning       S  ~^^'~-T*^'''4\xApBrVm-  Spellinjf^J *   97  Artbnitc, simple rules    27.5  Ariat-hmefcic. reasoning.   9.5  GRADE VI.  Spellings : .8"*  ^Arthmtc simple rule^_ 29.5  Arit-hmetic. reasoning   10.7  GRADE VIE.  Spelling.  Arthmtc. simple rules  Arithmetic, reasoning  31  11.5  72  20  72  15  9St  77  10  5  76  23  6  76  23  6  85  25  8  C9  . 20  10.5  GRADE VUL  ' Spelliog- ��������� ��������� '������������������������������������ .���������.--.     85 81  Arthmtc simple rules   31.8        31  Arithmetic, reasoning   15.4 12  No test;- were taken in Grade 1., and  in Grade II. the arithmetic test was  omitted.  G&ny<*n CHy  *\  ^  Sirdar  Iinumty iiie ancM haa the 6eu<. wiaiiew or  all for future happiness and oucccbh.  Mw������.   John   Nlmmn   of   Vancouver  was a visitor here last week, a guest  of JUrs. Martin.  Jerry Cooper Im on the sick Hut at  present, and his work at  the round  houso Is being taken by V-lo. Grundy^  W. D.   Goodman motored In from  Cranbrool- for the weekend visit with  My-��������� t^nrl Mr������, Hoy Pro-**^*-ii-v  Rev.   S.   Newby,   accompanied   by  , A naety auto accident occurred here  on Thursday last, when Oawal<5, eldet  son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dri, was  knocked o-ver by iC car driven by  Crawford Irving, The car-was backing up and the rear bumper* caught  the boy, throwing him heavily to the  road, sustaining a bod cut below tho  left eyei necessitating half a doeen  stitched, and tho other eye was badly  bruised and awe Hen so badly that it  was impossible to -tuicei-luain whether  there was any injury to that eye or  not. We aro pleased to say that tho  littlo fellow Is coming along nicely,  and ibis hopc4 that ha will noon bo  around his usual self.  aril mm.   mm 0  at ft twietnorta tn  " In loving memory of our dear  daughter, Mary Doris Payette, who  died June 21st, 1025, Wynndel.  "Ma hard to part with those we ..vjo,  Tho* parting days will cooi-tt,  Yet lot ua hope to meet again,  For this is not onr home.  LoViM^liy     ������������������������������������J><JJH^"ti"J.%������      m*m       .JU^LaJ...,  father, siotcr and brothers.  Wm. Abbott left at the end of tbe  week on a business visit to Kimberiey.  Due to the wnfavorable weather  Kitchener junior baseball team was  unable to play here on Saturday last.  but are expected to morrow, June  2flth. .    ,^.  T. Hickey, who has been worfciug  on a logging contract at Kuskanook  for the past two mon thn, has finished,  and is now supervising operations on  tho ianch here.  Miss-as Rita and Minnie .Strong are  nt Wynndel helping with the strawberry harvest, which Is ab the p^iik  thia week.  Fred Browell Ib now located nt Will,  ow Point, where he is er-glneor nt a-  portable sawmill plant Frank Paluier  of Eriekson is operating at that center.  Hko strawberry ccasow wilt pretty -  well   finish   at    Canyon   this  week.  3rowers.lgcnerally, complain thatth*������  crop has been lighter than nhoy had  fl^ired. ,  Jas. McNlcholao of Fernie was calling on old friends here at the end of  tho week, motoring to Lister where  he is likely to take up ono of the  Improved places tho L.8.B. boa for  ���������ale.  Tlio "June drop** in local orchards .a  about.at an end. It has been aovore  enough   In   tho   winter   varletloe   to  meikc    hand    thinning,   umneceswu-yv  but the Wealthya and  Mclntonb will  aab>������#     <L������������m.tok.  ���������������  ���������. ,������  *^MM������.4%_.  ^������ ai_a* ^,_a  ^. ....  aU-M. w  cherry crop iw beginning to tnove.  MMMMM  _a_,a._.������__a.i������l_.-._i__..  ^������_M___-ai^(||MBgil|M|i|||i'aiaa.ii^ aaga8*affJ������aggcuijgBg  .THE    REVIEW,   .CBESTOX,    B.    C.  .. i>  1  17.  Claims   A  New   Record  The Dominion Budget  While naturally there will be differences of opinion, in.regard to details  of the Budget presented to Parliament by Hon. J. A. Eobb, it will, taken as a  whole, be .acceptable to the people of Canada as constituting the first substantial "measure of relief from the burden of taxation imposed upon them  by the war, something which a few years ago it "seemed would not be enjoyed  by the present generation.  The chief reduction in taxation is that resulting from the^Wianges ]_?"��������� the  Income Tax.     These changes are so arranged as to bring the greatest meas- |world_'s jrecord ior a regular weekday  Status   Of Canadian   Children  Have Very  Best Chance Of A Square  ' Deal  A square deal for every child, according to a contemporary, would li el p  the world to-go around.  But there was never a time in the  world's history when, and there never  4was a country where, the child haa a  better chance of a square deal than  4the present time and our own country.  The very fact that individual cases of  the abuse or children attract so muc"te  attention is inyitselt* significant. The-|  present status &f the child under our  law is an', evidence .that there is such  a thing as .progress in civilization.���������  Woqdstock  Sentinel-Review.  Let Tanlac  restore your  St.      Lawis      Post-Dispatch      Recently  Issued  Eighty-Four Page  Paper  With an eighty-four page' issue the  St.    Louis    Post-Dispatch    established  what it ^declared  to be   "a  new high  ure of relief to those in receipt of the smaller incomes.      Jt is estimated that I  about one-third - ofall people  formerly paj-ing taxes on earned incomes will |  now be entirely exempt, while decided  reductions  are' made in the  case or  those who will still have something to pay.      The reduction in the  case  of  those  whose  incomes  are   largely  derived   from  investments   and  dividends  will not be so material.  The celebration of next Dominion Day by a ..return to the old two-cent  postage rate means a saving to each individual Canadian. It may not mean  much to the casual letter writer, but it is an important contribution to the  more economical conduct of business. Furthermore.^ it is doubtful if it will  mean any considerable reduction in postal revenues inasmuch as many business houses will again revert to the sealed letter at two cents postage instead  of relying so largely on unsealed circular letters at the one-cent postage rate,  but who found the three-cent rate prohibitive where large numbers of letters  were involved. Nevertheless it cost thepost "office department just as much  to handle the unsealed circular as it did to handle the sealed one.  Public discussion of the tariff changes centres almost*''exclusively on the  lowering of the duties on automobiles of the cheaper types. The immediate  effect has been a reduction, in automobile prices, welcomed by the public generally, but which some automobile manufacturers insist means the closing  of Canadian factories because they cannot compete with those in the United  States. This remains to be seen, because no less an authority than Henry  Ford states that his firm can manufacture just as cheaply ih Canada as in the  United States, and that they have been getting higher prices in Canada simply because it was possible to get them by reason of tariff protection. The  tariff reductions may mean a smaller profii^per car-to the "manufacturer, but,  according to Mr. "Ford, cheaper cars means more cars sold, and the more cars  sold,  the larger the manufacturers" profits.      Further,' up<to a certain point,  the more ears manufactured, tho lower the cost of manufacture per car.  ���������-' - . *  -Aside from the relief  occasioned  by  the   Budget reduction  in-taxation,  people   are  interested   in   learning  what  national   developments  have  ta**ken  place -to make  these  reductions  possible.      Apparently there are  two rnajhi  ^factors. , -        -  In the first place, there has been a notable improvement in business conditions throughout the Dominion", with a "large increase in the trade of the  country, increased, industrial activity, and a lessening in unemployment. The  bountiful crops of last year were largely instrumental in effecting this im-  provemenf. As a result, government revenues have been substantially increased, thus assisting to make tax reductions possible.  The second main factor is the decided betterment in the finances of the  Canadian National Railways. A few years ago this system was national in  name only. It consisted of a lot of separate railways, several of them more  or less at loose ends, and the services being provided) were a subject of sharp  criticism and even ridicule. Now, undaer Sir Henry Thornton's management,  the various lines., have been co-ordinated, and consolidated in a truly national  system, and the services provided compare favorably with the best on the  continent. The confidence and patronage of the public has been gained, the  result being that whereas a few years ago the-railway was noi even earning  Its operating expenses, and the ..Dominion treasury "was called- upon for sixty  to seventy million dollars a year to meet deficits and interest- charges, last  issue" of any newspaper published in  any of the leadjng cities of the world."  Heavy retail advertising was the reason for the unusual size. One department store took sixteen pages. The  Post-Dispatch's previous record for a  regular weekday edition was seventy -  six pages last Oct.r23.  RHEUMATIC FAIN  AND THIN BLOOD  Liniments    of   No   Avail ��������� The  Trouble Must be Tieated  Through the Blood  The most a, rheumaiSc sufferer can  hope for in "rubbing something on the-  swollen, aching joints is a little relief and all the while the trouble is  becoming ihore firmly' rooted. -It is  now known that rheumatism is rooted in the blood, and that as the trouble  goes on the Mood becomes still iur;  ther thin and watery. To get rid of  rheumatism', therefore, you must go  to the root of the trouble in the blood.  That is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I  If your body,is all fagged-out  and run. down, "it you are losing  weight steadily, lack appetite,  __. have no strength or energy���������why  not let Tanlac help you back to  health -and .strength.?  JSo many millions have "been Men-  efited by the Tanlac treatment, so-  many thousands have written tb>  testify to that effect that it's sheer  folly not to make the test.  "Tanlac'you* know, is a great-  natural tonic and builder, a compound, after the famous JTanlac- v  formula, of roots, barks and herb**.  It purges the blood stream, revitalizes' the digestive organs and  enables the sickly body to regain  its vanished weight.  Vou don't need to wait long to  get results.   Tanlac goes right to  the seat of trouble.  In a day or so  ....you note a vast difference in your  "condition.   You  have more appe-  "tite,_sleep better at night and tha  color begins  to  creep  back  into.  ��������� your washed-out cheeks. ��������� -*"  Don't put off talcing Tanlac another precious day. Step into the  nearest drug store and get a bottle  Of-this world-famed tonic. That's  the "first important step back to  health and vigor. Every day's delay means unnecessary suffering,  for Tanlac starts to clean out and  tfcone up the system right away. And  ^-Y  Mother Thanks Tanlac*  for Daughter's Health  "Kathleen. (17) -was nervous axularun*  d-ows, easily exhausted and bad do desire for food or company. Tlie only  medicin������ that helped her was Tanlac. j  Ic built her right up, and now she's  bubbling overwithvigorotishealthand  spirits; enjoys food and company like  a child."   *     -    "" *-��������� ,  Mrs.G.Baker   ]  , 12 Earl &.  **"-" Kmgston.Ont.  by acting promptly you will avoid  further loss of energyyand weight  due to your present run down condition. Take Tanlac "Vegetable  "Pills for constipation.  First Woman Decorated    y;  With  Legion  Of "Honor  "Won Stripes of Second '.Lieutenant In  Early Revolution  Recent bestowals on a goodly number,of women of the coveted cr0ss of ]��������� The  usefulness  of  the printing press  for this trouble. They make new,  rich blo'od which expels the poisonous  acid-and the rheumatism disappears.  There are thousands ,of former rheumatic, sufferers in Canada; ���������; now, well  and   strong,  who  thank Dr.* "Williams*  the Legion of Honor have served to  bring to light the first case of its kind".  The first woman to be so decorated  was Marie Scliell'inch, who might be  well described at the Molly Pitchei'  of France. She volunteered in "the  jymies of the Republic in the "year  II.'- of the "Revolutionary era., was  wounded at the  battle  of Jemmapes,  have proved so beneficial" when "taken | promoted sergeant  and  cited'in  dis  patches before Areola, wounded again  [at Aus.terlitz and at Jena .    When, lu  1808; she came up for ������������������ decoration, she  ��������� had conquered the stripes of a second  lieutenant. ���������   . Z'  Pnlk Pills that they are now free j  from the aches and pains of this 1  dreaded trouble.      One of these ris"Mr, j  Robt.   A.   Smith,   Mersey   Point,   N.S., 1 s        ���������- -  who    says:���������"Some    years ago I was j pjcl<ec, 32,400'"Biscuits  In  Gir!   Was   Fast   Worker  attacked with rheumatism, which  grew so bad that I could, not walk  and liad to go to bed tinder the doctor's care. It is needless to say that  I underwent a gre_at deal of suffering.  The doctor's medicine did not seem  ���������to reach the trouble, so when I was  adavised to try Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills I did so, and after taking them  for some weeks I was able to get out  of bed.      I  continued using the  pills ]  Nine and a  Half H-6urg  Packing biscuits -totalling 32,400 in  '9*4 hour-s, an English girl of 19, employed  by the Shredded" Wheat Company  oC Great  Britain established  a  world's record-.     She had only been on  the job a few weeks. - The Marquis of  Salisbury, who recently formally opened    the    company's new factory, con-  Usefulness Of Printing Press  Work TH.  las  of  Extended to Production  Floor Rugs      yy.-:  The  art of printing is  not limited  it -would-s'eena,- to the printing of paper  has now7extended to the production  of floor rug's. Many bronze and copper' rolls are in service to print .carpets, oilcloth, blankets and even silk  materials. -  Not a Sign of Backache Since  Saskatchewan Lady Took Dodd's  Kidney Pills and Her Trouble  of Three Years' Standing  - Disappeared  '  Mrs. R.  Kolaso Was Unsuccessful-yvith  a 11-Q^HeryRcmed ies  and    was    soon    able    to work, and I, ,       ,   .       . .  have not been troubled with rheuma-! gratulated the girl very warmly on her  Medicine Co., BrockviHe, Ont.  tism since":     In other respects also I  derived a  great deal  of benefit from,  these pills and I think "the in a wonderful remed.y." '  '  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by  yvar there wa.- a large .surplus on operation, making it necessary for the-Gov- j ^ged^clg^  eminent,  to advance  only  a   tenth  of  ihe "sum  previously required  to  ltieet'  j meres l charges.  The removal oi this enormouri drain on tho treasury enabled the Government ro iK-diKO: the burden 01' taxation on the people as a whole. A cou-  rinuanon and ."urth.r expansion of business means larger direct revenues to  the novf-rnnii-rii, bin it iil-tv means increased lraffle for the railways and a still  pxeau-r bet-v-rm^m in C.N7R. finances. The figures for last March show that  noi. only I.s th*- beiterim-m being maintained, but Increased, net earnings for  lhn..- month showing an inr:r������.-;������.���������������������������������������������' over a year ago ol* over two and a half million dollar.-!, or 1"ji> p*���������'" ���������"'Tii.  '.".-���������- -urn and subsumr*-- of the whole ^nattr-r ist- that the'people of Can-  adu .ti-.- working our. their own salvation, and by hard work, the solution ol"  1'���������.'-'_��������� problem.",, and j-f-ai d'-u-rmination a.re putting Canada on its feet.  hildr-sn Cry  Sleepless Race  Possible  People Could Gradually Eliminate  Sleep Says Physician  We are told that too much sleep  may be harmful, deadening the activities of the mind and body. A physician who has been studying the mystery of bleep, has gone so far as to advance the theory 1hat it. may be possible to develop a sleepless race. He declares that eventually we may eliminate sleei* by scaling it down gradually  and get ling accustomed to going? without it. A way lo do this,,he suggests,  ls to reduce our sleep". Ave minutes  every two months. At tho end of sixteen years, provided we' start at eight  hour.** a night, "iho stupor of sleep  would be banished jf i|  couldi be."  achievement.  AnOil for All Men.-���������The sailor, the  soldier, the flsli������*rman, the lumberman,  the outdoor laborer and all who are  exposed to ihjUry and the elements  will find in. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  a. true and faithful friend. To ease  pain, relieve colds, dress wounds, subdue ' lumbago and. ..overcome rheumatism, it is excellent. Therefore, it  should have a place in all home medicines and be amongst those taken on  a -journey.  Some married men wouldn't object/ to playing second violin if 1he  orchestra .to which they-belong gave  only private performances,  Willow Brook. Sask.���������(Special).���������"I  have been troubled with backache for  almost three years. X haveytried all  kinds of medicines but they didn't  help nie at all. \  "I sent for some Dodd's Kidney  Pills* and they did. me nauch good. I  have not had a sign of backache  sTnce." .<���������'..  This statement comes front' Mrs. R.  Kolaso, a well known resident of this  place. ... That Mrs. Kolaso's trouble  was caused by the kidneys is evidenced by the immediate relief she got.  Weak kidneys are not confined to  grown people only. They are too often  found in children, sowing the seeds  of future ills unless the kidneys are  strengthened and put in condition to  do tlieir full work. ���������  Dodd's Kidney Pills have been tried  and found to be an excellent kidney  remedy. They will do you good at  once, and., better still, time will prove  that the good they do is lasting.  Mr. Bragga.���������I suppose you know  I'm sJne&ng in the church choir now?  Patient Friend.���������No, I didn't. Mr.  Bragga. ---But sure'ly your brother  Tom told you I had joined the  choir? l"*atient Friend.���������Oh, yes, lie  tokl me that.  Ov^'-ir in  to relieve Infant.* in arm.-; and  Children all atfes of Cona.Ration, Flatulency. Wind Colic  and Diarrhea ; allaying E-'evenshncss arising there j mm, ."tul, hy  regulating the Stomach ami B<>\v<-..*;, -ti(l.> the .'i^iinil.-itiori ot  Food; giving healthy and  natural  .ilet-p.  s*2X .  /��������� / <s~Z "0 ft'"'"  'in ;ivu-)d imitations, alw.iysi look tor the .'iignature ol  , V*ui^/V~/teJcJitM  Ah-.- "'I ul .fly   f T:i I'liil-i'-is -. Ktt C*'n',if <*s,     Pliy_,j.c'_in*. cvcrvwUt-t-u  teccmiMau.  it.  Limit Ear ni nas To $20,000  No one In* France hi pcnrtittotl by  law 10 earn nioro than $20,000 a year.  Such Ih th*1 s-ut-prlsiiiK.-'Und porhapH  unfoi-PHeon eoii^i-quonce. />f Hie tuxes  and '"i.portnxi'M voted by p(",rl.*mu>nt  HiIk ycur in am (illi-uipt lo restore tho  nation's tlnam*. h.  Mn'iy Un-nfe Drlvcrn  "S-jhu" men," Hiiy:. Hw t'lileago  Journal ot Ouiniieri'i-, "nuvcr can be  .suit' drlvurs hi'iiiusf 111��������������� y lire unable  in ri-ael nulekly nnd cori^ielly lo the  iin#'v;p<a.'|t-d       ei'i-nl." Nevort lielf'HH,  'ii''.\    ai'*i   liji/in."   ������"iiis.--lii.'l roil    l-'ree  i'l'l*^;*.  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  iCQlds       Headache       Neuritis,      ���������> Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  aw.nvi_nHHa_iiiaawni.mawn  .������u,mimmmmm,m  .lii.it  iw.m.iiti'n  l-,in<in������nt in tn������5 otatalea *  m* *M.wmmtmnm ittUmmmm^tmni  W-     N.     I'.  I U27  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept  only   "'Bayer"   package  fmmm^mmmm^mmmmm-m *mmmmmm\,**, i...>4.iM"������iW t\*m*mm������m'W4W'mmmmm*m  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Bayer"   boxes   of   12   fabletn    - Alao bottlco of 24 and 100���������Druggist*.  Aui>UUi   _:.  33.u  UwUi   -umik  ^a-*i������i.-i.-.l  i..  Ca.������-j.l.a)   ..'f  Cjjj-t-r M.*"J"*r."ir,.*.ir*   of Mw-ftcMli*-  , ������cldi������Hti-t or fl-illeyllcncld  a(/Vi;������>t.vt  lilntl������*yllc A������lrt,   "A.  H. A.").    Wlillt- 1k In w*i.t|  known  fUiat Anilrli. lucaiii* Hay������r manufiiciiirf. 10 *n������l������t Ilie inilnltf* njcatliunt Imimilorn., thf *rNl-I������-t������  N>e l"������y������r Co������ri(.8iJij" vrui Ui ������iM_>tu.-a with   %Jut\( ,Bei������en������l u 1.4.0 tntak, Ujo  **13*ijr������ar Cftiii/'  ������ r*m������  X  \  THTC    ttEVTTCW.    C TCESTON,    B.    C.  '"-s.  -?r;  **Miy  V-ianad.ian ������3eedk t^raiii Growers   ^  iNoy^ Re-war J Of  Apply ing Scientific ^Nletliocls  Canadian Land Company  .       Founded In Germany  Has   -Option     On _   25,000     Acres  Saskatchewan Is Report  The'   United  lo  States  commerce *de  partment  has Jbeen  advised   that  the j Produced at the station  Canadian .seed grain gi*6wers are  now reaping the reward that attends  ' the" application of scientific methods  to ' industries   of  all" kinds.       Careful  ' selection" of parent stodC'and careful  cultivation in high latitudes have*re-  suited in the production of seed grain  that, is winnirig its way throughout the  world because, of its intrinsic merit  and the results obtained 'when tested  in the best of. all schools, that of actual experiment, -proofs of the extending market' for their wares has naturally and justifiably .elated the  home grower- who earlier in. the year  filled a record order from* the Argen-*-  tine. The steamship Malesius/that  that sailed from New^York-for^Buenos  Aires on, February .20 ' last, .- earried  2,000 "bushels of pedigreed seed "Marquis wheat and 2,000 bushels of" pedigreed  Banner  oats  shipped  from the'  Canadian   Seed   Growers' "Association',     ���������  ~. *.������.   ~*   n_F -r a_-    ';   x i ',     -Frozen  deer meat.may' be  shinned  plafet   at   Moose   Jaw,   Saskatchewan,   .> _   ._ .     ���������    .     , ���������"   " "^  7 I from  New  Zealand   to   Great   Britain  .   Potato Cultivation In Alberta  Results of Te*rts Made in  Planting of  Value to the -Grower  Early Northern has' proven the best-.)  yielde'i* in variety tes������s of potatoes at  the  Lacombe,   Alberta," Dominion   experimental  station,  but being  a pink  variety, its commercial value is lessened.      The station, therefore, recom-  | mends Early Ohio for the early market, Gold Nupgget as a medium early  crop, and Gold Coin as the main crop.  Certified and registered seed of those  varieties in 'commercial quantities are  Canadian Land Company,- capitalized*  at 50,000'' reichmarks, lias been founded in Berlin for the purcbase,_sale and  leasing of. land-In Canada;  Its founders," it/was* reported^, will  be given an .option on 2&000 acres  of laud in Saskatchewan, Acquired  from the Canadiah -Pacific Railway.  This will be divided "into fai-ms-to be  sold chiefly to Sermas immigrants.  '    ' May Import Deer Meat  New   Zealand   Anxious "To    Establish  Trade With  Britain        .--^'  consigned    to    the    Bunge and Born  Grain Corporation to fill' orders plae  ed by Argentine farmers..   . The "wheat  in  this  consignment  brought $2.40 a  bushel,   the. oats   $1   a   bushel,   f.o.b.,' j  New York City.! "'  Por   two   years   the' seed   growers'  association' has  been ' .seeking  export  and the United States, if the trade  .j can be succesfully established. This  is the ; outcome of- a campaign substantially , to: reduce the hundreds of  thousands- of deer which ,are provin  such a menace to New Zealand pas-  toralists -and. doin^  so  much  damage  way as rabbits.  Opportunities   In   Canada  , .  _.   , ..   . -    ..    ,|to forests.      The  opponents    of.    tlie  orders.       It lias   sought  by   practical j .,,,-k    '������ ���������'       . ,.77,   y. ., *-    \   - .���������  . _      _    _.      .    _       7.   __. ������. ,       scheme complain that-the export will  demonstration in twenty-five countries,   ,", .     ,     - .   .       .. -.; .    * ^~  ./,,.���������*,.     I lead to deer being-I armed in the saii>fe  to prove the  superiority of Canadian' ... r-  seed grain.' ' Its efforts have.: been  backed up by the Canadian trade _com:,|  missioners, and the Argentine "order  was the result of this intelligent cooperation. Besides 4.hese shipments  to South America, the association sen:  a ton of registered alfalfa seed . to  Sweden, and arranged to ship a tram-  loada of seed oats to Australia.  '��������� The    Canadian   "farmers  have been  * "*__.������  quick to recognize they greater- profits  to be won from high quality products.  Their s*4ed is used, in! increasing_quau-  tities .in the? United States. They  have shown enterprise .and gumption,  qualities- that _. njake .^for success Jn  farming as well as in other businesses.  For A Clean Crop  Dominion   Seed-Branch   is   inspecting  All  Seed  Houses to Maintain  Standards  A general check up in all the.phases  of the seed trad.s is in progress oyer  Western Canada, according to a statement    made    hy    the Dominion? seed  branch.    The seed and feed inspectors  are inspecting  all seed  houses,   local  dealers, merchants, and  farmers' supplies with  the  object of maintaining  y as well as possible the y.&rious grades  and  standardas.      This  is particularly  necessary with some farmers, who are  not' as familiar with    the    grades    of  The potatoe*Tin the experiments were  usually planted in, drills thirty inches  apart "and*" the sets spaced 12 inches  apart in the row. The sets were generally cut to average two ounces each.  They- were planted. May 29 and dug  October"-*). Whole potatoes gave a  larger yield' per acre when 'all but one  or two eyes .were remove'd, but the  sets with the number of eyes limited.  .produced a Better perce'ntage- of. mar  ketables. Jn any case, says, the  superintendent, Mr. F. H. Reed, B.S.A.,  "in his annual report, where large  tubers are used for seed they should  not. be\planted -ctoseij than two feet  apart in the row. The large sets gave  an .earlier matdi'ing crop.  " In a test of half-ounce, one, two and  three-ounce;.sets of potatoes with one  eye in. each ��������� set, the larger sets produced the largest yield, but the small-  er sets produced the best percentage  of mar-ketables. Results o������ 4ests at  different distances apart, of equal size  -with varying "numbers* of eyes, sets  from different parts of the pqtato, of  one, two arid four sets per hill, freshiy  cut sets, planting at diiferent depths  and hilled versus level cultivation, are  also giyen iu the report, which can be  ���������had "free from the station or on application to the Publications Branch',  Ottawa^  Real Results Of- Communism  Ari^ JSnowii  In   IJhe Appalling  C^onaitions In Uhiiappy Russia  The  Burbank the Wizard  World   Will   Owe   Much,  Patience and Skill  I Mrs: Alec Twe<jdip_* arrest travel lor.  and. impartial observer, has published  the record or her journey to China via  .j Russia, an official answer 10 ihe  ���������Luther Burbank belonged to the se- j Soviet-inspired report of the "British  leet company of great wizards ol-Trad^ l-'nSon delegation, wliich re-  science, butahe had not the commer- jcentlj- visited Russia.  cial sense which brought fortunes tok Thi3 tetter gives a del ailed r-o  Edison, Ford and Marconi. Three j count tr������m Bolshevik source-? < which  years ago, at the age of 74.'Burbank���������-���������*������- a1*"**5 Quoted and mentioned)" of  had-to sell his experimental farm be- |tlie S^sliy condition-or that miser-  cause people h^d not appreciated hisjal>le country today,  showing the real  work. ��������� -  * Future generations will reap where  Manitoba Gold Mines  No Country Better -For Young Men  Says Roger Babson  Roger Babson, of Ifcji'e Babson statistical* bureau,"-gives it as his opinion  that'''tlysre is no country which offers  better -opportunities to young men  than does Canada. It has definitely  emerged from a four-year cycle of depression which  followed   the. advance  and inflation of the Avar and post-war'inS development that will put it in the  years. All trend is;.unmistakably "up- \lead of the ������������������?S industry, according  ward. Ml the'basic business baro?! to G* c- Bateman, secretary of the  meters pearly iadicate-fine weather." , Ontario Mining Association, who has  conclude*1, a survey of the Red "Lake  Province to Occupy  Prominent"  Place  tn  Mining  Industry  Manitoba is on the verge of a min-  Biris  Travel  At   Night  and   Central   Manitoba  mining  areas.  Eirds -.vktch make long distance mi-J From a geqlogicar standpoint, he stat-  grations travel-for-^he most part by'j~ed- Cteatral Manitoba and ���������* -Northern  night, for several reasons, and one of, Ontario were rich in -mineral wealth,  these is that they are free from natur- j ahd^particularly gold bearing ore.  al enemies then. On tho other hand -Wliat Manitoba needed was to have  they encounteivmany mah-made gangers, one of which is the bright light?  froth', automobiles and lighthouses that  first^attract arid then, blind them so  that they fly into objects and because 1  of their speed are killed by tho impact. .  the mining industry put on a permanent basis.   ������������������"    '  '':!. ���������-':;''��������� ���������    ..'������������������'���������"���������".:..  Foreign-Banker Comes to Prairies  Learning   of. the   attractive   opportunities in  Canada, for agriculturists,  Count    Jhuri'���������' Hohenstcln, a wealthy  clover and grasses as they ought  to j banlfe,.    rind    landowner    of    Gzecho-  be and may be induced, to buy and sow  inferior and "weedy geed. Educational vfbrlc of this nature* is being carried  on at the same time. Farmers aro  particularly Interested and. willing to  have their seed cleaned and graded by  the inspectors of ensure a clean crop.  Importance Of Grain "Traffic  Constituted   51.7   of   Entire   Tonnage  (Handled by C.P.R. in Western."  ���������  7 ���������  Canada   .. - ������������������ >  Of last year's /western gr-Mn crop,  the Canadian Pacific Railway handled 5,873,286 tons to the head of, the  lakes, and 733,065 tons to Vancouver.  This movement constitutes 51.7. of ihe  entire tonnage of the company handled  in that territory and, as ii was ulljhaul-  ed during a period, extending over seven months, it is a remarkable tribute  tb the efficiency of the Canadian'Pacific that few, If any, croftiplulnts were  received regarding delay In ahipmeht.  Jack of carfi, etc. -���������      "-'.-,  Rich Gold Field  The farnouR 'Hill's.Bnr. ti mile west  of Yale, B.C., in, the Fraser River, from  which millions were, washed In the  gold rush days, i?t again to bo worked,  this I lino by AmerlennB.-^peratlng drug  line t-crupiftjiH. The company has ���������������������������������  cufed leuHu.s on numerous otlier  benclion and burn which, iii the pan;'  bore rich"gold.values.  "ITnve you flnlnhetl cleaning the  hriiHHes 'yet?" "       '" -  ' ,    '  ''Yea, madam-���������all bxcept your rtngH  liiul bracelet a!"  Slovakia, ia now in the Dominion  seeking' a suitable location to take up  farming, ^-il^e will probably purchase  ala^ge-traciof land in Saskatchewan  or Alberta, aiiidj states that many or  hlsTcoulJp^men afe coming to* West-'  ernvCanada to"settle on farms. N      ���������  industrial British Columbia  In three years British Columbia's  industrial payroll has increased $30,-4  000,000, or an average of $10,000,000  a year. This is one striking fact  brought out in statistics prepared, by  the provincial workmen's compensa-  tion^oard. The increase was from  $130,000,000 in 1922 to $160,000,000 in  1925.  results of Communism.      The authors  of the  exposure   are   Russians   of the  t.1 ���������������������������*   t-i-*������fc-v-M*��������� c***i-\>-*    -ji   i Mff-fcl's*  Burbank sowed. lie did not see the 1"hi*"d>est reputation, experts in tiuir  wealth of a'nation increased by hun- f various departments, with ar. Fecku-  d������reds of millions, as Canadians have  seen throjiigh the perfection of Marquis wheat by Dr. Charles E. Saunders. ; Bui-bank's experiments, countless though they were, did not off-en  deal with great standard products-like  wheat. His spfnelesp cactus brought,  a worthless weed Of the desert into a  _r������fP     o    rr������������a.?%* __���������������������   T>il������tcr El 1  ^^--.,   ...    . v. ..uv..     ii.M_^r>Lati  heack  Mrs. Tweedie gives  her impression,  of Russia as she saw it in Mav-of 3ast  year,  which is  the   lime   of lhe dele-  "gates' vieit, and certainly it would be  jjmpossible to pen a more terrible Indictment.      "One in every four or five  useful    forage     plant,   which   should persons    out    of   the two millions in  mean something to the''hot southwest.  The Burbank plum revolutionized  plum, growing in California, while ythe  thornless blackberry deserves success,  as all horticulturists know to their  discomfort.  A giant verbena with a pleasant  odor, a petunia nearly six inches in  diameter, a certain rhubarb with its  stalk increased from the size of a lead  pencil to that of a man's wrist���������these  are some of his achievements. Burbank imparted delightful odors to ill-  smelling flowers; he developed^ a  gladiolus with a flame-colored flower  of enormous size; -he originated_the  beautiful   Shasta  daisy;   and  he  was  Moscow was iu rags, starving, homeless, with terror in his eyes���������a beggar. Children begged outside the  (theatre doors for food, long into .the  ^ight���������little homeless hungry children. * . y  "Russia today "is the nios,t povertj*-  strickeiv miserable, uncivilized country in the world. Terror is on e'very  face ant"* the result of hunger palpable.  Our poorest British navvy is richer  and has more freedom than his so-  called 'comrade" in Russia."  Mrs. Alec Tweedie says that Russia is a _yerifable grave "of hopes. It  is more���������it is hell let loose, a maa-  house, a place where the vilest ci-imtn-  on the way to a walnut with shell that ials ������rp  in  po"^er  and where murder*  could be broken with the fingers, when  birds discovered the dainty morsels  on the tree and destroyed his crop.  The world will owe much, to'Luther  Burbank's inexhaustible patience and  skilL      He was-in a class by himself.  ers, thieves and torturers have the  upper hand. If the Russians were not  half Asiatic in their fatalism and capacity* for suffering, A hey would have  stamped out this horror long sine-.-,  '."but now they have become compleie-  in applying science to the development | lv  spiritless  through misery and lacx  of  horticulture in  the New "World.-  Toronto Globe.  |of rood., and. they have not the strengtn  j or will to do anything but wait tor  jdeath.    - .  -  Hcmesteading Continues  f ���������. -  Homestead   Land   in   Western -Canada  Still Available as Shown by  Entries  During the first two months of this  yeai-. 63 homesteads were"**taken up-* in  C.N.R.  Forage Cars.  Conclude Good Tour  Six Weeks' Tour is Made  Over C.N;R.  Lines in Manitoba  During a  six weeks" tour of Cana-  JManLtoba,. 317   in   Saskatchewan,   22">jdfan National   lines in Manitoba just  in Alberta and 20 in British Columbia, j concluded, the government forage crop  and poultrx cars visited ���������.forty points,  attracting.a^tolaV attendance of 5.29D,  with   an   average   attendance,   of "132  Also in- the same period seven soldier grants were applied for in Man!-.  tbba,  35 in  Saskatchewan,   23   in AI-  Settlers For Alberta  Colonization records in Alberta for  the last ten years are being shattered  this spring. The flewcomers' are being well looked after and are locating  on  practically ready-made  farms.  i-'.-ia-ii '_���������-'.'  bcrta, and two in British Columbia, i persons. Six hundred sales for a  the total representing 11.0,983 acres, 'total of $3,500 were made during the  During the same period* last year i tour am", the following list gives an*  homesteads and. soldier grants  taken!idea of the sort of forage crops Mani-  up represented  82,520 acres.      Home-  steading continues  to  be heaviest in  the   Prince   Albert.   Moose   Jaw   and  [-Edmonton districts.  ' In  the. United  ijbout    3,000,000  States    there     are  persons    ill alL the  tkiie, and doctors say -12 per cent, of  this illness Is preventable.  toba farmers are planting this year-  Sweet clover, 11,-10-0 lbs.; broom grass,  3,"130 lbs.:'timothy. 2,9S3 lbs.; alfalfa,  1,400 lbs.; meadow ftsque, 900 lbs.;  ali-ikc ftnd red clover, 703 lbs.; western rye grass, 700 lbs.;-4'ape, 275 lbs'.;  mangles, 43 lbs.; turnips. 10 lbs,; corn,  S2 bushels; and field peas, ������ bushels.  The cars w-**re operated hy the' provincial department of 'a-yrlculture In conjunction-with the -agrlcultiaral college  ind  the  Canadian National  Rtilhvnys-.  Trade With Japan  Volume     Increased*    By    More    Than  Three Mi-Elion   Dollars In  1925  Volume    of    traile between  Canada  anil Japan increased more    flii-in    **".-'  ���������000.000 during 1925, j-'-tling a new record    for    foreign   "trade between  the-  Orient  and  Cant-dfla-accordinK. 1r> the  annual! report  published by the Japanese  consulate .tit Vanco'tv-cr.      Tomt"  volume   of  tr-Kdo   w,-*.*.   f3n.l2**i.O00,   ol*  which $2j,l*)2,2iSivas In exportR "from  Canada and $7,9G".,I0.2'> In imports from  Ji-pnn.      The liiri-f.i.*''- 3n ^v-urnr"** nlon������->  [wjir nearly  $2,000���������������00 and   in Imports  ihe liucreaso was. more Ihan "fl.000,000,  liBroiiou aind  KlontroHe, nnd  W.    N.    V.    1627  t British Schoolboys Make Fine Farmers  '-���������'   7   Above 7ire n group of British boyp who aro being eiettled oil'fArnin hi Canada by the lJrUi.sh linmlg:  " Colonization Aasoclutlon.     'I'hey arrived recenU/'nt. Saint John, 'N.B.;' on n^.CanmUan'Pnctflc\l.lner B^ton  ^oon niter left for Montrool, where they, wore rqijelved, by' xneeva oftlie Asaociatlon. H���������   '    v  "   Tins Britlah'tichool boy picks up farm routine quickly imd^erforma hl������ duties elueiontly.     This Iihh been prov- [  ed by the largo demand ,ropelved by the BritlBh Itnmlgrtitlpn. lirifd Colonization Association from Canadian  fann<-r t ,  for inore Brltlnh boya.-     The* grolip shov.rl- above have ultnoat. all'heen plticed unil ������h uu-nv mine niipllrHii-w' i������i������r->  ^received for boys,      Othoji* grouiiH sire being iurim������ed lor. f^Z  WiBI Not Support New Hra,,w."iy  Alberta's e "Tor Is. to see nro  I.he completion  or (mother    hlRlnvay    llirough  the Rocky Mountflln������ this year hy^-ay  of   "-Im-   VrU'WI^.i.   Pnrr-   -*.-Ij"1   nn*    !*.<*;  I-support ed   by   the   lhltl������h   ("olwmbln  litiOvermiiQUt.       'J'his   wsim   niailo   clear  5 by   Hon.  W.   |i,   aSimlu-i-Uind,  anlnlFt-*r  of public workH.      "W> Imvo not got  the money  lo k<* In a -sclwna-e of that  [jiort^V IIoei. Mr. SutHwrlaruI .<"..iiJ,  "How do you i:������.-t    mIoiir:    with    "h**  ho.'.:.*"  '"Fine  now.      Hii'n  In Kiirot'e." ���������f.  .-' 7  /'  X-  THE  CRESTOK  REVIEW  ^77-7  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription.: -S52.50 a year in advance-  ^.OOtoU.S. points.   .        v.. y  ti. F. Hases, Editor and Owner.  A.    Comfort,   ably J -"-^l ^ck.    Watson  pitched   stea  Tf 11   winff r-*"1-  selievinS   Holmes at the    third  i. ouo   uig 15nningl) ^"nd w5th gbme airtight support  in the field, held Yahk scoreless in fche  decorated     the  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. JUNE25  Mining Men Meet. July Sth  Nelson will be a scene of activity on  July 5tb, 6th" and. .7lh, when the  'annual^. Mining Convention ''"-will be  staged;        : ������������������-.   ���������  A large  and varied program m.**- has  been arranged for the ^hree   days and  includes some real old time   Western  sports such as fiiemen's hub audi hub  race,   wet test,    coupling   con est ai d  1 idder^raee;   miners" single and double  drilling    contest;    prospectors*    rkces  nnd corniieti'tions;    iuR of war;   a ten  wnnd boxing contest   to   a   decision  b tween Jinim e Cotterell ������������f Spokane,  Wash,   and Frank   HLtit   of Trail,    a  monster parade of- decoratied   floats,  -tutns and bicycles;    a baseball match;  r *al   olb   time   smoker,     3ance     and  binquet, and a  trip  on   tho   gloriovs  "K'lote.n'H-F Lake to the Bluebell   Mine.  Several well   known authorities on  raining matters will address  fche convention on the mornings of fche three  - day-j whilst  th**- afternoons and evenings will be   devoted   tfO   amusement  All the citizens of Nelson are   behind  the   convention  and  nothing .will  be  left undone to assure all visitors' who  attend a pleasant time.  roses,    Robert  supported   the  groom  the ceremony the guests   enjoyeb a  buffet luncheon, with Mr."and Mra'  C .oper   leaving later" on   a.  wiotor  trip to   San   Fritneisco   arid    other  California     points*   " the     bride's  going away gown being of Boised^  Rose canton crepe   with  coat  and  bat    to    match.    Mr.     and     Mra.  Cooper will make their future home[  at Trail   arid  have    the   heartiest  good     wishes   o"f  a wide  circle   of  friends ffor a Jong life   and   happy  oner *���������  dy I this class have been altered ..ah2rtt will  this year be permissible td make "as  many entiries aa any competitor "may  wish in each section.  seven     innings-, he  mound.. -   ,  '- Y^hk has also a well balanced team.  J.���������Brogaii is a box artist "who goes  particularly well with * the bases  unoccupied but is not so dependable  with -runners " on the- paths. Baum  does excellent -work at the releiving  fetation, and on -- Sunday "Levi was  possibly the class of the infield. Every  one ff Yahfc players got at least, one  bit, with Amdem collecting four, dnd  Lewis three.    The players and ccore:  _^  Bonners Ferry Commercial Club  ruateld $300 to finance tjio baseball  cltffe is* th'at tosii*nf this season.    ,  16 H*S. Students  Write; 23 Passed  A Church Wedding  A very pretty church  was that at high noon, on Wednes-  day at Christ- Church, Creston,  when the rector," Rev. S. Newby,  united tin .marriage Miss :May, eld  est daughter of Mr. W. C. Little  john, with Mr.. William Mitchell of  Miss Vickert:, vice-principal of Creston school, "is presiding at the high  school exam tnatian which comcoeneed  oa Monday morning and willy conclude  early next Week. " Due to the usual  list of passes on recommendatioh the  number writing is limited in .Grades  IX. and X,* hut: in;.Grade XI. there  are fourteen writing. <    '  In Gi-ade X. Floyd Cell! is writing,  and the foi lowing have.-been passed  to-Grade". XL:. Robert Long, Edward  Bush. Alex. Mitchell, Winn if red' Pal-  freyman, Clarence Staple?, Joyce  Moore, Richard Hall, Lillian Cook.  Chavie Cottei-ill,  In- Grade   IX. "Edward   Martin and  Nadine    Bell   are   writing,   and     the  f-.dlowing are passed  on- recommend action* \ Brie Martin. Willi am   : Manuel,  Maiion_Mcponald. "Lojrha Lytle.yHarry  Webster, Fred Burnett, Byron Willis,  wedding I Edith Oontlngv   Harry   VanAckeran,  Beulah Penson, Molly   Kemp, Archie  McLeod, Lloyd Couling, Lily LiaWis.  The "following are writing,for promotion from Grade X.I: J-mies  Obe-rrin gto n, jean Oridg ie. Ben Crawford, Edith Crawford, Nancy Downes,  Marion Learmonth, Annaretta McDonald, Helen Moore,  Robert'Moore,  -CRESTON.  Telford, If..  ������*.  ���������McKelvey, lb���������. 0  Romano F-, 3b��������� 0  Fleming, c 0  Downey, 2b _,._. 0  Staples I., rf .-=> I  Holmes, p., ss���������. 2  BotterUl Q., rf... I  Watson r ss-i p~~ 0  YAHK.  An si am. If   2  Levi, ss  1  Lewis, 2b ���������.-7 0  Baum, c    0  I. Brogan, lb. 0  J. Brogan>p^r.. 0  Lythgoe,- rf  1  Newnian.-cf.".  0  Verch, 3b 1  .     A raffle of a Ford sedan, at Cran**  [brools last month netted -$*700 for  1926 fall fair iu that town;  Promoters off the grantite quarry  at Yahk figure it will cost $200 to  get out a car. of   the  rock,    which  will sell: iu Calgary at $1700.     J-  v * ' ���������* '  At the,swlmi3iing*pooi at Fernie  children can buy a book df 15 swim  tickets for 50 centa Single swims  are a niokel. Adults- pay7*$3 for a  book-of20.     '  DIVERSION ANT������> USE  -In order to keep the water in the  mairr swimminglpool at'. Fernie at  the iriininfultn off cleahliriejsa f all  bathers, must take a shower hath  before taking a plunge in' the pool.  Take notice (hat C. E. Rodgers, whose address is Oakesdale. Washington, will apply for  a license to take and use four second feet of  water ont of   Porcupine /Creel*, -which flows  westerly and drains into -Salmon River, about  one find one Quarter miles south of Ymir.    The  water -will be -Uverted from tbe stream at a  point about fifteen hundred feet above burned  down sawmill on Porcupine Creekt and wHI be .  used for power purposes for mining purposes  u������onftne������l">ewey Group, described as adjoining  Jubilee dot SG26, Crown Grant M.C. Blue Eyed  Nelly-No. 29308311.0. This notice w$s posted on.  the ground on 18th. day of Mar, 1926,   JL oopy of  this notice and an application pursuant thereto  aud to the "Water Act will be filed in the office  of the "Water Recorder at Nelson, B.O.     Objections to the application may be filed with the  ���������_5oid Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller  of Water Rights, rariiament Buildings, v Ictot-  3a, B.C. -within'.thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local n,ewspaper.-  ' C. m. RODGERS, Applicant.  -   By ALFRED H. W. CROSSIiBY, Agent.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  ���������-fune"*, 3.926.    .    -   ��������� ���������  The double umpire system was in  vdgue, Frank Staples calling the balls  and strikes, and a Yahk" supporter  umpiring the .bases, and little fault \  could "be found With their work.  Needlework Prize ������������������  List 1926 Fair  Strawberries, Raspberries  ;Gherrie$?  v  Yahk is Winner  Sunday Baseba.ll  "Victoria.      The   bride   was   given,��������� -_,__..  away by   her   father, entering  the J (bn M������rreU,E������lward Staples, D^ald  chureh     to    the   strains    of     the      ���������-L ,i Z j. j*   *_.  .. - ,        -.      The   papers   are   all - forwarded    to  liohengnn wedding march played vtctcria for the perusal of the official  by Mr. Blower, handsomely attired examiners, and will be at least the end  in white silk canton crepe, with veil I'of July before the pass list is issued.  and orange blosso^ijs, and   carrying ~-������������������ '" '  a shower boquet of roses and ferns-  She   was attended by   her   sister,  ��������� ��������� Miss Edith Littiejohn,   whose   cos  tume was of pink silk canton crepe,  trimmed   with*"lace,   and   carrying  a boquet of American Beauty roses.  The     best    man    was   Mr.    Lewis  Littiejohn.    During the signing of  the  register   Mrs.   Harold  Liangs  ton   sang   "Because."    After    the  ceremony the guests   drove  to������the  bride's home at Eriekson,   where a  sumptuous   wedding    dinner   was  served, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell leaving on  the  afternoon   train   for  a  wedding   trip   to     coast      -points,  travelling by the Arrow Lakes, the  bride going away   in  an   ensemble  costume of sand tricolette with coat  and hat to match, and were   gener  oualy showered at   the   depot   with  rice   and    confetti   by the  host of  friends assembled to wish them bon  voyage.    The bride has been prom  in ent    in     the   activities     of    the  Eriekson  younger    set.   and takes  with   her   to    the   new    home   at  Victoria the best  wishes  of all   for  happiness and'success.  Comfort-Cooper Nwplials  Inability to hit when hits meant  runs was largely responsible for the 5  4 beating Creston baseball teaim took  at the hands of Yahk at Exhibition  Park on Sunday afternoon," before  quite a large crowd that got their  money's worth out of a game that  was not won until the last man was  out in the ninth inning.  Creston   is   this' year   fielding the  finest home talent nine the town has  ever had.    Behind the bat Fleming is  I playing  agnme  that is the eqnul of  anything ever  seen  at CreHton.    BotterUl, Ivan  Staples rihel Telford   provide an    outfield   that tgave a'   Sfveat  account  of itself  on Sunday���������Telford  getting four hits on five trips  to   the  plate���������while  the  infield   was   e,qiuilly  reliable, McKelvey being particularly  "-iixmtinent in   the   work   around the  In order to assure as big a "dts-play  as possibles in the needlework department of the 1626 fall fair the prize  list committee have compiled the list  of award's anti are submitting them at  this time_.give all the time possible for  the 'making of >he articles."This  year's list follows:  Euibroiilered   tea   cloth' and    four  serviettes. ���������  I  - Buffet set.   . ^ '  Pair fancy pillow cases.  Pair pillow cases, crochet trimmed.  Set table ma Is,  . Table vunner-> '��������� >,'���������"'���������'.���������  "Tatting.. 77 ;^y; '���������''."���������' a   '���������'.   ������������������  Towel, embroidered.     ,  TbWel,-crochet trimmed.  Piece embroidery.  Piece crbchet. s      y  Hand-made curtains.1 .7-. ^ .,.���������  ,,Bed-;;.spread^7y   . .^   ���������  Sofa cushion, made up. "7  Ladies Icnitlfed sweater, silk or wool.  I     Ladies knitted scarf.  17. Baby's^ wool jackets, ;������������������'������������������ .7.:.-;  Haiidl trimttieia nightdress.        |  Lingerie .set,,,   colored .'material,    2  jpiecesii"'. ���������-'-.-'-'  Ladies work bag.  .Fancy work piece, any other kind.  -Collection of crocheting, 5 pieces.  ,   ������������������.VVbnien's apron,   factory cotton   or  gingham. r     '-.:������������������-.'/ '   'V -' ��������� '��������� A.  ������������������- VVoi������ea"8 work .dress, plain., _,. ���������  ���������   Three   garments made   of   factbrs*-  cottor.-k  GKrsnehts made of flour sacks.  ���������-��������������������������� Child's di-ess,-cotton*material. _  Knitted socks-  Collection   plain hand   sewn, garments, 3 pieces, cotton "material.  Boy's shirtwaist. 7���������  Man's shirt.  We are again paying TOP CASH PRICE AT TIME  OF DELIVERY for all lines ol Fruit,    Telephone  "   us what you have and we will quote you our price.  %      "     "   ' * v' "**  Creston Valley Produce Goiripanv  ALF. NELSON, Manager, ; Phone 93.  A"-  ig������a.v eoTTOi  The rules and regulations governing  Z������Tke UniversalWallboard*'  VENFER   WALLBOARD  By sheer meri\M creates its own demand���������  - because it meets & great need in every home  Because comfort and warmth in winter is a certainty in every Thome in  which Iiamatco "Veneer "Wallboard plays ita part. Because it will never check,  split op come apart. Because, once inr place, La&matco Veneer "Wallboard is a  permanence in the home. Because lbs natnral grain ot wondrous beauty-when  finished-with Lamatco Finishes presents the same surface and artistic appearance as costly hardwood panels. Because it can be finished with any commercial enamel or paint, inciuding-akalsomine and wall paper.  Samples and full information mailed immediately upon request.  For Sale By  ��������� ���������. A. ROBINSON, Canyon j  .������������������_....��������� ���������-. 7, ...,.-..'���������.���������.,... , -...  Manufactured toy ���������'���������'77  IAMINATED i^  New Westminster, B.C.*  Anglican Gluircii Services  SUNDAY, JUNE 27  CHE9TO*Nr  7.30 p.m*.       .7  Lop! Oranp Loiigejio. 2095  Rev. J. Hercimati ofFioiated   at a  very happy event or*   tho   Jawn   at  the home of 'Mtovar.d Mrn, A. Comfort on Wed nerd ay after n<oou when,  under a   floral   arch   shaded   by   m  olierry Imo. aajfli ita tho prc-fJOMfs*?!   of  juat   the   immediate   friend a   and  relatives of the eontrac-tinpf p_������rtteH,.  he    united     Mi������a   Oraee.,      fourth  daughter of Mr. and Mm. Comfort,  with John Cooper  of  Trfutl,  eldetafc  B.on ol Col. a-Uat-l Mm. A-Jaiite-y Cooper  of Wynndel, th-e IrttUsr^jlaying u3ju  Mctidelafcohn weddbipc im-ftpch.    The  bride,   who   wasi   ������ivetii   away   by-  Si er father, wan ^racefiiilly gowned  tin rni*is.o georgette crepe,  with   veil |  -uttd'r-rnnffo hSoflaomsi 4"i������ttfr  oatrying?  -n horpiefc of aarnatli-miFi   rvud   ro-RCt-,  and wa* uhhihU-������-1 5j> ]^/r iZ~\.c?t, M:*���������;*_:  Alice Comfort'.,    wt.tir-ccl   isi   pow-df-r  blue iluehtr'RH Hntin, -with   Qiixj-aob   >tjf  hteet^'THlRD-*yHUl-t^li"^^b,i  each   month    lit . JVterCAntlle  Wall.    ViBitinf? br������threnyoordl-7-- ���������  ally invited.  W.H.  CR/dWFOUD.W.M  Youc feet need comfort both *ift$j.en weeing  * and at other times,    Sfeeour     .   ~ *  :' '���������      '.���������'���������'    <':'''    " ".'       .-.������������������'>-...������������������ ''������������������.   .  Canvas and Leatfter Shoes  Canvas Shoes, With stout leather.soles arid rubber  ";' heels,'-all 'sisses........! .z.k.,.^...... z.Z>.z..:~,.: .'..':   ^Murr^,y's;'y_FinQ Xeather! SHpes.' irt^0^f&jc3*a' ;and :B*^ls  ,0imm4Mpi*f**fir*.  ��������� ./��������� ���������  5.00  mLfffhi antl Heavy  -jS^A0fi"<j9 Bfflm&iS������  '     New, Stock of "  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  mtWmJi  Smt'  ^^^^^ ^^^^^ BBS B^ &W9 Em\f  I kW     ������BT\\wwfB mWmwW     CKW'flnBWTBuP' WmWml  Sh on and ltd v.rt���������BI if?cpahing  Light Underwear in single garment oi- combination, ^  '        ���������we featpro Penman and Watson makes. ...75c. toy  ".....';":: -���������' .    ���������   ' ���������   ,;Kj.    ;���������'���������,.      ''������������������''' '       ���������*��������� ���������    **���������  Dress Shirts y  Fine Dreas Shirts, with collars attached          1.75,2.50  Dress Shirts with collars detached  2.50 to  '   ���������      v ; ;   ^        . "Khaki Pants  Men's fine Kha'ti Pants, good wearers, 5 pockpts......  "JT".  2;25.  2.75  3.00  ^5.25  "   tov every  head in  Straw and  Fur Felt  -g.W-WWII'.I*.  ei%ii_FM#i^>l!Viii%lii -  Si'MIB,f1i__f^ A klTf".!!"C'  KH:d I.UW   ;|TItllV'flW I iiJSm  mmmm*fmm>'mimmiimmtm  agaas^^  I *n*ii.-ir������riM.  hwa r ** * **  **    W    m*m. -ta^  MLmmm*mmm������%mMmmmmW  .'. a- '    ..        H  mmmmmtmmmmm  ���������t������*   .MJAJai^������������������J������������������4-ate������llWI-aM������J''-*"V  '���������- -', -tH.'j'^'i'tsvMssmxi  wmmmm  iiiiiiiliitrtiiii>i-iii V  $H������i  CRESTON  REVIEW  ./  /z  tv  *  Local  Tp^yg^^j^l   hunting..dogs  being rounded' up and  "* *C*g*w'*������t**'- "-destroyed. -~ ?,' "~  . :A.t"-the-- June   meeting- on   Friday', -"16 candidates   nre.jtvylting   on   the  Creston Women's Tnstttijstte.made their  High- School-^examinations _. which  usual-donat"foh or-^20"tb the -1826 ^fallt^Opene^ at Creston on'Monday utiorn-  fair... .They are_expi_?cting to* ha*eyan* s-irv' All Grade XI. students are writ>~  Institute picnic some, time* in July*    -    iogn but in*^Grad������*s I.X.yatid X. there is  --_/"*- Tc-      "-""****  '~~,-^x: %-'��������� >.       -    a-iseavjrnmtnotion list. -   - - *"-���������  Villagejproperty^owners attrcgiven-.a- l  .        - __������. f   ;:>-   '    ��������� r.*, *  last ieminder that Wednesday^ next.       Yahk had the'best of Creston by a  30th,is the final day for payment^pf 5-4 score iri  Sunday's', baseball  game,  1926 taxeB in order to avoid the penalty   which -was quite a "thriller. Creston all  of 10 per cent. f"whicb. is added at Jufyc but winning outjh final inning. Theie  1st. -'* *     - * .      ? -.'was.'i goo&turnout.-the freewill offer-  Up till Wednesday^^tb^'^^T^^ to about S20.  loi? had issued 49 dog licensea.    A few       Kootenaian: Married; at Kaslo.   on.  ���������>? these w������re ia'r������ut-of=to-.v_s resider?!*-   -June 12th.   by Rev.   B. W,. Mackay,  who-are taking no chances on���������their   Oliver W. Harris to Margaret Linton,   -* _, -   -    r:~ . -  YOU AitE INVITED. TO ATTEND  %:.      THE BIG       ~  -/--  --_���������>.-*--  ^c^v-";  N  TO BR HELD AT  SON:  B.C.  JULY a;������,  1  dtusghter_of the" latss-   Bev.. WillisEm  Holpurn Blumerireieh, Dundee, "Scotland,- and,.granddaughter of the late  Rev     John dBtatnenreicb,   "Ediuburg.  Scotland.     Z~    '- --��������� ���������������*  Revs. Appelt.'Herdman and. Newby  were'Vfe Yahk on Fridav making  larrrfngementslor equipping a buildiug  in that town for .church worship. yFor  the present the school h.-.use will be  used, and furniture suitable for -the  Anglican set-vice will be put in, as this  Will also be suitable for the Lutheran  and United Church services.  Raspberry shipping is getting under  way t)tis week and if seasonable show  ers*������re encountered in   the" next few  ���������weeks the shipping of these should be  well .up  tor the average,   though the  dry summer and  fall encountered last  year prevented the canes   putting on  the growth'to-   give   an "anticipated  bumper crop due to the "of*!'- season in  1923.^ _- .-. .-  * * *        **  Ij*- candidates    ore  waiting   oti   the  Entrance ^-examination tesfcs, which  opened -*at Creston Wednesday morning and will end toda5"V- Due tp the  insistence of tbe*y-d������*partruent that all  candidates *-qualiflyir>g' for promotion  without "writing -be so' passed/ ten  Cieston scholars have been .thus advanced and but three are writing,  Marion Collis, Ada Lie wis and Charlie  Moore.'  ������r people witnei  at Creston, between'Yahk and" Cres*  ton on Sunday, and * the' game was a  good "one.  Miss-Esther Kfilson left on Thursday  for Duck Creek, where she is helping  with thestrawberry harvest;.  Vsseba!! ������j*R.e! Messs*s������  RedmiSe,  LePage   and   High  THREE BIG DAYS  SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME  Baseball.     - Firemen's Sports. ~~,     Prospectors' Races.  Single" and Double Drilling Contests.  Carjiival. Dancing. Lake. Trip.  Banquet. -        \ ,Smokei\  I  R...B. McI_eod -of Kimberiey was a  business visitor here" at the weekend,  and during his stay. disposed of bis  residentTiar property at the corner of  Victoria Avenue and Hillside Road to.  Mrs. Fleetwood, who has just* moved  her^ from Wardner. The house is at  present occupied by S. M. Watson and  we bear it is M rs. Fleetwond's intention to ereet a bimgalow-'on the place,  which -she wilL "occupy. ������  A.   A._ Frachette  of   Nelson a  businesr visitor   here   conning   in   on  Monday.  ������*"***  Mesrrs, Alex.  Ellis and Mack Brogan made a. business trip to Yahk on  Saturday.  A. E. Davies, road -superintendent^  of Creston, made Kitchener a business-  visit on Monday.   -  Misse8-X_Hu-*a Andeen,,Edith Gerous  and Messrs. Brneat Geroux. A. -La-  Page, A. Wilson, J. Lavernt*- and A.  Howard made up a party that made  Orpston-a Busine������s call on Saturday.  __*���������"** ���������*" " *  - - We have ' quite a few pupils of  Grade $ at 'Creston this week writing  on. the Entrance to High School examinations. , They - are JLaura _. and  Mildred Andeen. Clara, Hunt, Myrtl������  Wiekholtn, Olg.s. Nelson und Ludwig  Anderson.  Alex." Mennie, who has "been work-,  irtg for" the Continental -Lumber &  Pol-**. "Company. Limited, for soma  tlme,left on Friday by auto for "Waldo  where he has secured a Job. He was  accompanied as far- as Cranbrook by  Mrs." Waltes Walby. _.  Mr. and Mrs. Neligh have returned  from a short* vacation, which was  spent at Lewisiton, Idaho, and adjacent'points. They had a very fine  time, the weather being, if anything,  too _ hot. They report tl e fruit and  crops generally looking fine, witb  everything pointing Jxt a good year  foi" the farmers.  - ! were out. each returning with baskets  containing almost  the limit number.  53-tch had  som������- remarkably fine   fish  luaPage- topping   the   lot  witb   one  sculing two pounds*--    It is most gratifying to find that .the effortsjdf fish  warden  Robinson    in    stocking .this  stretch   of   water   with   the   eastern  brook, trout has met with such success.   .This species appears to - be admirably adapted to" the slow watei s of  the. Meadow^'.add  bids fair to make  this a ������a.vorit-jr spot 1 In "the "Kitchener  district- for   anaglers,   particularly   at  this time of year.    -  WANTED���������POLES, POSTS,*.!  - WANTED���������Poles, Posts. Piling, ail  sisses. _. Quote prices, state shipping  points, quantity can -'furnish, when  could ship. Spot* cash. NIERDER-  MYEtt-MARTIN LUMBER CO.. Portland, Ore., U.S.A.  IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE  . of MARY CLOVER JONES,   lain  of ' Koshanooh,   in, the   County  of  Knotcnay, Deceased.  - ~ \  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBJN that all persons ha vine any claims or demands against the  late Mary Glover Jones, who died on or about  the 29th day of October, 1925. at Kuskanook, in^  the Province of British Columbia, axe required  .id or deliver to the under-  for- Herman -Ernest    Neil, executors under  the will of the said Maty Glover Jones, their  names and addresses and full particulars in  writing Of their claims and statements ot their  accounts and the nature of the securities, if  any. held by them.  AND TAKE NOTICE*������iat after the 28th day  of June. 1926. the Said Herman Ernest Dill and  Charles James Neil -will proceed to distribute  the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the  claims of-which they shall then have had  notice, and tbat tbe Baid Herman Ernest Dill  and Charles' James *Ne_J_*- will not be liable for  the said assetaor any partHiiereof jbo any person .of whose claim they shall not then have  received notices.-* _. _,  Dated at Nelson, B.C., the Uth day of June  A.D. 1926.    O'SHEA & GAS-LAND.  Houston Block, Baker Street. Nelson, B.C.  Solicitors for the said Herman Ernest  Dill and Charles James Neil.  TEN-ROUND BOXING CONTEST  JIMMIE COTTRELL,  rof Spokane.  Tug of War.  MONSTER PARADE. -  vs.        FRANJC HILT  of Trail.      -  Mineral Exhibit. ���������  x   FIVE BANDS.  F. H. Jackson got back on Monday  from Vimcotiuer  where  he  has  been  undergoing medical  treatment for the  | past six   weeks,   and   is   considerably  improved   in'  health.      All    will     be  pleased  to "know that Mrs, Jsickson,  who underwent a-critical-operation in  the  Vancouver General  Hospital   on  the 13th. is able to leave  that_Jnstitu-  tion. and  after about another week's  stay in-lhat city expects to, be able to  return home.  Reduced Rates on all Transportation Lines.  KiiGhencr  HSHfl  you  ANNOUNCEMENT  Ln  i -    -n-; ,-:   |   ,1       _.   .,.���������_��������� . i _-;i^_-������������������������������������������!������������������ -I���������* 1   Ml IIW ���������**���������!������������������  k ������������������ / : . -~     ^      .'���������  /  am still  in a  position   to   sell you any car  wish at   same price   as  the  dealer in such   .  make   can,  -and   will   give  you    the _ same  reliable ^service to   the  car of your  choice.  REMEMBER, I STILL HANDLE FORD CARS  along  with   all other   lines,   and  Parts   to  repair any car I sell. .  GAR AftF  rill Fl.w9 mm  Carl Anderson has just purchased a  new Baby Grata*.! .Chevrolet from a  "Cranbrook" dealer.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  CRESTON  -*tr.  Accom_  To save money may require that yo u make  some sacrifice, but if a stated sum is placed \  In a Savings Bank amount at regular intervals,  your money,-with the interest it earns soon  grows and you experience the joy of accom-  plishment. There is a Savings Bank Department at every branch of this Baiiki ,! w  OF ClA_NAll__V.,>?7y ' ..,.'.   "   "'.'���������-  IMPE  C. W, AXXAtH.  GRESTON BRA1NGH,  ���������^jfe*  *mmmm  Ka������*>  Mmnm&mt.  n Protective Association  IA   1GOO  CLUBI  ''twt^ai. COSTX������ BU&1AM2.VrD TttH BISNKFJT 'xs'LAHQIO.   \Vlty not take aSV*unt>;  ���������'j[^   a������������ of Mb ^Dppojrtunlty to help thoao who look to you lor pronation? Join now.  ���������4 t  ���������K  ACE LIMIT SS YBARS.  Afifitteam. flay, ths doctor's fte.  BNTMAftCEWp M.M.,  ���������   fersotti e/ eltMerse* sMsibU.  .     ������������������..'.     y-������.   i  For bill |iairt.l������-i������lar-i "avrllA   - ;    ,  ���������','"���������'      ���������" .*. ./. STRRt., Secretary, Box J Sit, NW.S0N, B.C.  - Hector," Nicholson of- Nakusp came  up on Saturday and spent a few days  here on a visit at the Geroux home.  Continental -Lumber & Pole Company, I_imited,'sawmill closed down  on Thursday last, letting over twenty  men go, there no.w Jheing only the  pinto er -mill -running.  A dance was held in Hunt's Uall on  Sat ui day night bnt the crowd was not  as large as usual, though .everyone reported having a gaod time. Alice  Siding orchestra furnished-the music.  Another dtinc$ will be held July 3rd,  so come one, come all.  Mr. and Mrc.. Carl Anderson. Mr.  and Mrs.. Dan McDonald, Edith  Geroiix were a motor pasty, to Yahk'  on Sunday.' They left Mr. McDouald  there, where he is employed in the  C.P.R. mills.  -Messrs. M, McLeod, J. M. Boyets,  audr'A. Ren wick of Vancouver motored here on Monday oh business.  Mr. and Mrs. Thos., Braniwetl and  Mr. and Mrs, Jones of Spokane wore  viRiting here on Sunday.  A. A. Mllligun, a life insuinn-ue  ni_;ent of Trail, waB her\ on a busiuess  visit on Saturday.  M iss Eva Bol ton arrived on Sattir-  dtiy for a visit w?th MIks Beatrice Molander, returning the 'following day.  G. A. Hunt is biiHy frefghtlng in  sypplles, machinoryt ptu., to-the mine  tit Lead ville. He icpqitft road I n good  shtipe, but thuts the' ("hint River ie  rather high at_ ^resphtr This* no  doubt, is duo to the heavy rains wo  "hiid last. week.���������'���������.,,������������������'.';,;.', v^ '  iBd. Benstrom/' loft, nn Rutui-dny for  Duck Creek, where ho has secured u  'job.  .       - ,,'  Mien Myrtle Wlckholm spent tho  wcekoun nt the, ranch at'Canyon,' iif-'c-  tnrnhig on Sundftyy  Messrs.- B; Sly ,ahd S.   Fearnsido of  Ci-nnbrnok were business visitors hero  4 on Monday.  , Mrs. B.. Johnson nnd bow, Robert,* returned Friday from Kimberiey, whero  thoy havo been vltsltlne with rolatlycs,  and ' btooftht back   Mlsdes Kntherlno  and Irene Cavanaugh, nl-uces of SAm.  Johnson, witli.them.,,.. --*,..  ���������j*_ ti'n-r****i"-" -nflMU'to'1oa������lM i>f   K_5t.-*l'i*������iiii-  * I " *  Woifc^is-going ahr-ad ni-pely at the  Le.idviHe mine. . In additiou to driving drift on the west side of "the Gnat  there is a gang on getting out ore  from the shelf on the east side. Manager Neligh hopes soon to have 'the  Lead ville h deled tn the list of shippers  to the Irail Smelter.  W. A t-l/s garden  on the Hathaway  development    had -some   visitors   on  Sunday .evening, and although he is  very  hospitable,  in  this  case he did  not feel jike saying,   "Glad  lo have  seen, you; * all aRainn," for they were  four footed   visitors,   who   could    not  wait until William's labors had borne  fruit, but ate up., potatoes and tomato  p.ants. v   Oh, the poor farmer.     What  will 'Premier   Oliver  do   abbnfe7fchis;  "surely he should  keep  the deer under  "control.". -   -  FORM No. 13s    -  (Section 39)  Several ' good catches j of eastern  brqok trout \ia.<t& been taken in Meadow" Creek; iVitely, and on  Sunday the  LAND ACT  MOTIDE  OF IHTENT10N TO APPLY TO  PURCHASE LAMBS '  In "Land Becordin^Cisttictof Kootenay, Group  One, and situated in the vicinity of Kitchener, B.C.  . TAKE   NOTICE   "that .*WTT_.T.TA'W   I.EE  HATHAWAY,   of   S10  Sansome Stxeet,  San  1 Francisco, California, U.S.A., Manager, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  intersection of the westerly boundary of  Sub-Lot 14 of Lot 4592 with the northerly  - boundarv of Sub-Lot 13 of Lot 4592 in Group  1, Kootenay District, thence north 20 chains  more or less to-the north-west corner of  * Parcel 3 Hathaway land; thence West 100  chains more -or less to a post marked 10.  Sub-Lot 13 of Jjot 4592; thence south 20  chains snore or less to a post marked 9, Sab-  Lot 13 of Lob 4592; thence east along- the  -aortnerly limit of said ..Sub-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or less to the point of commencement, and oontaining 200 acres more  0t eSS"       "W^MAMIJaiEHATHA'WrAY.  Bated Sth June. 1938.  Your Pocket  used as  a  baiik has many dis*  advantages. '^  Money carried in   if is easy to  spend on -43*"������*Ses or may be lost  cr  stoi  SBLt  tsu  Weekly deporfts in our Savings Bank  will accumtilate ra-pidly. ���������  Small or larcc accounts are welcome  70^ CGIMMEIlfeE  Cdtpltel Paid Up $20,00^.000  Reserve Fond $20,000,000  Ctestou. Branch  D. T. Scrimgcour, Manager  P.B  s &  MEAT MEKUiAN 1S  ITRY OUR    ,  hHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ana\LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ''" <^*J7*k**n'ni"i������nt jjrradr-d,, bfi-i-b������������**-t. Ojualiiy. _  F!R������SH and CURED FISH  ^    - '. "       all rartetiea. **  Choicest BEEh$ PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB  :BtjRNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and'produces better poultry.    Buy tho \beat. o������  THE   IlKVtEW,    CRESTON,  ^B.    O.  ^  -\  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  King George has become ajpairon or  the rebuilding fund fo'r the ShaKes-  peare Memorial Theatre at Stratford.-  ��������� on-Avon, recently destroyed by fire.  Emile II. Sharteni, Egyptian engineer, is in Canada from Cairo to help  establish' direct trade link between the  Dominion and the near east.  The agreement effected in 1922 with  Canada, covering flights of aircraft  between that country and the United  States has been extended until April  30, i927.  Speaker L.emieux in the "House or  Commons announced that a bust or  L.ord Durham had been received by  the government as a. gift from Mr. St.  Loe Strachey, of London, England...  The total catch of" sea fish on both  coasts of the Dominion during the  nfionths of March was 18,274,700  ^pounds valued at $999,781. It has enhanced value of $57,323 over the month  of March. 1925.  "Moral turpitude" is' removed from  the United. States Immigration Act, as  far as deportation is concerned, under  the terms ofthe new deportation bill  reported by the house committee'on  immigration.  Stomach Cramps        7  Yield to "Nerviline"  When doihled up at midnight with  cramps you don't feel like experimenting; what you want is something to  remove the cramp. Nothing acts so  effectively as Nerviline. Take twenty  drops in a little sweete-ned water, and  quick as wink the cramp is gone. Nerviline is about five limes as strong as  most medipines, and because so strong,  only a small dose is requh-Pd lo give  instant*effect. For stomach," gas. fermentation, cramps, etc., Nerviline  should be kent in every home . For  sure protection, get '"Nerviline" \.o-  dajr.      35c at. dealers.  Huge Tower For Leipzig  One  Being   Erected Twice as High a*t  Eiffel Tower  The    city    of    Leipzig, Geimany, is;  erecting a steel tower, J-,950 feet high, j  about--twice    a<j     high-'as   the  Eiffel |  Tower in Paris,  which is to serve as  a generator of electric power and as a  wireless.'stalion.       The   cost   of   the  tower will be about one'million dollars.  It   is  said   that  Berlin Is   considering  the,   question ' of    building a similar  tower. (A  ON THE AIR  What   Is  Doing   I n   the  Radio  World   of  \  EftUTIFY IT WITH  "DIAMOND DYES"  Just    Dip    to    Tint    or    Boil  to  Dye  ^ Each I5-eent package contains directions so -simple any  wdman can tint soft,  delicate shades or dye  rich, permanent colors  in lingerie, silks, ribbons, , skirts, waists,  dresses, coats,, stockings, sweaters ,_ydrap-  cries, coverings, hangings --��������� everything!  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������"  and tell your druggist whether the'-material'you .wish to color is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen, cotton or mixed  goods.  \-*L j J^dyJs^K)(  ,_____J'.>*'   >*-"  &rtjixwjmvm\  Grain For Italy  The largest shipment of grain yet  made from the grain elevator at Halifax and the first ever io be made from  that port to Italy, left recently on the  steamer. Afghanistan, which carried  30S..H00 bushels for an Italian port.  The C-are of Her Baby  Weighs on the Energies  Of the Mother  While listening in at Battle Creek,  Mich., Psihl Stevens, 20, heard over ihe  ladlo-that has uncle had left liim a  fortune.  i  Since the radio broadcasting -sta-  tlojis quit announcing the names or  persons Avho .wrote- oi- telegraphed to  them, the "fan mail'-'to broadcasters  has dropped oft heavily at Chicago.  The , landscape-loving motoyist  whose* view ol* wooded4 dells i_j obscured by billboards may find a felloe  sufferer In tha radio, fan .-.beset hy ra-Zio  adVertisingi -whenever he turns the  dials of his receiving set.  Proposals to broadcast the House of  Commons debates have, been ltlcened  to soap-box oratory by many Conservative members of the ' British . Parliament who have put themselves on  record as being against, the introduction of the microphone. - \  " A{t Interesting record"'in long distance radio reception on a moving  train has been establishedTtiy the Continental Limited., the transcontinental  express of the Canadian National  Railways, in,picking lip and holding  for .,.3.0/.'-minutes a broadcast from  Vera .Cruz,/Mexico. _ "  ..;  -Twelve'radio "mikes" have been Installed-/in'. tlie fre^^ yards of the  IU iuois Central Rail road, Chicago, and,  the system, Tgith other.improvements,  has reduced die switching force from  288 men to 27 men. The "'mikes" are  connected to a universal, loud speaker  circuit, so that orders and responses  of eaph of the* ten switch-lowermen,  the train dispatcher, .and the scale-  master are audible to all twelve.  ||^������||^i|^l|||  mmmmzmmmms  'Wash with Zam-Buk Medicinal Soap.  -������-  Miller's Worjni Powders do not need  the a tier-help t>������ castor oil or any purgative to. complete their"thoroughness,  because tliey are thorough In them-  -selves. / *-Oiie- dose of "them, and they  will baefoujid 'palatable by all chil-  dren./will encl the worm trouble by  making- the stomach and bowels untenable to the parasites. And hot  only this, but the powders will be certain to exert ind st beneficial influences  in the digestive organs.  . Japan  Surprises Naval  World  ..Japan, has'sprung a surprise on'the  naval world. She is building;four  cruisers, which, although smaller and  cheaper than the 10,000-ton Washington treaty ships, are formidable fighting units, according to Hector By-  water/a leading naval ��������� critic.  An Oil that is Prized Everywhere.���������  I>v-.. Thomas" Eclecrric; Oil Was put  upon the market without any flourish  over fll't^- years ago. it was put up to  meet the wants of a small section, but  as soon as its merits became known it  had a whole continent for a field, and  it is now known and prized throughout this continent. There is nothing  equal to it.  ���������OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  Horizontal  v  ���������Till  Slwtw   Studloa  Hamilton, Ont.���������"After one of my  children   r;ini<*,   my   h<*-iltli    was   very  f-nor. My nerve*-, were :������������������*-- "."id ! cotiM  not sleep���������wott!r| wall,* the lloor nearly  ;.!i titrrlit loner. I was io weak 1 could  j-ot do my work. I vulT'-rcd from back-  iiclic;. and pains in my .'"de, I was just  ;j physical :inr| '^rvmi* wreck, but nftrr  J took a few hot t to-* of Dr. f'i'-rce'.t  Favorite Prescription my nervf". were  rurnplctcly restored, 1 grew -itroiu* and  well ami vj.l< ,������h"e to ������Tt* my h-.u-.<v,.,_-Jc.  '1 .       / ������ , ... ... .      . .at  i -    .    i  fmr."-^M"rs'. ' Wilfred I'-ridell, .23 Bay  "St..  North.  Just ask youf ticarcj-t rfrtttrKist for  fliN Prescription of Dr. I-icrcc";' hi talv  l.'-r or liquid form.  Write llr, Pierce. President invalid*"  Hotel, Rnltalo, M. y., if you ivimt frr.-j  fivr-di*.--.'! .-ulviee  The New Cos'ume Blouse  Fashioned of a- lovely printed nnd  bordered matoi ial is this over-blouse  of Russian influence Hint 1s almost a  dress, ko long in length Is il. Fine  tucks define the hips, and create just  enough rul In ���������*..-*.-. to give tlie new  bloused. effect, ai the (-rides. .Note the  .smart aiTiingeuu-ni. of ilje He collar  at nocl<, and trout opening hack lo  form avV. A sleeve extension Is ,1oin-  ed io the Kimono .-dionldors and galh-  r-red Into band., at ilie \vi'i:-Un. No,  ' I'Mb'is In slzr'H B1, aii. :'������, -iO and AH  l-w-lies bu.st. K.*zc ?,<; bits I. l'l-quh-on  "_:".��������������� yard* 40-1 neb Jill plain nin������.<;*i"ial, or  :*'.', yat'dH fi'l-inr-li bordered nia'crial  'is ilhiHlrated.-      P'tlce  20 c-ein.-".  Tlio scr-.i'i'i of <1i-.linciivo rti*,.-^ lit-H  in Kooi1. taste I'l.ih. i rlmn a la.'lsh ex-  pr-miliure of nioiny, Hveiyv womaji  "���������lioiild want lo iniike her own ������������������.������������������Hips,  and lhe home ilreHsmnkro- wiM find  the ������3e,-iu;iis lllu.sl rali'd in our now  "''hk11ion Hook to he prantleal and H.In>-  1  i  hooiv   ro ro-n������������ thn ropy  Will Drill For Oil     -  It is understood that a. British syndicate will drill for oil let the rar north  on th������ shores of Leaser Slave Lake,  Lady Rhonda is mentioned as the principal financial hacker.  1���������To "make   ready.  7���������To  assert   earnestly,  13���������To send 'in return.  14���������A   constellation,  1������J���������Scarcer.  17-4To publish.   :  .    .  IS���������Warms.  20���������^To watt for.  21���������-A large vessel.  22���������-To crate again.    ���������.*."  24-���������A non-circular rotary  piece of jqaa'chihery.  25���������Article.      ��������� Nr---"-  26���������A vehicle.  27���������To   t-y#e w'.r i te  .".; (colloq..).       . . *   ,  29���������A negative.  30���������A".wise man. -   ' '  -/:/'  "31���������-Missouri (ab.br'.).  32���������^-A small hotel.."  34���������To let.      *     A  36���������To exist..  37���������Plas" performers;'   ���������  39���������A deep "wheel' track.  40���������Pronoun  (poss.).   :  41���������Pa rt of the' verb "lo  he."   .  42���������A vine. '" '**'  -tS���������Seaport   iu   State   ot  Washin.*g"ton.  45���������Preposition. .'  46-A, young ox. ^  4S���������Soonjth&n;   .     ,     .    .  \ 49���������lrnto.  50���������;A dance.  51���������Neuter pronoun.  53:���������A' seasoning.  55���������A* bundle.  56���������IPather  57���������Vim  (colloq).  5Si���������-A discourse.  61���������A mean fellow.  / 62���������A-bucket.  64���������At that plrfce.  65���������To be listless.  66���������To try.     ;', . v    -''"  68���������Even (cbnt.),  69���������-A small wax ���������eaadte.  /jTOr-Har^jesters'....,..,. 777' '. !.-',f  71���������Ins e ict-iikie"'creaturea  ..-.*������������������;. Vertica,l';,r-.  1���������To induce.  27-A    work"::* with    two  '.-'   parapets "iae-eting''at  -<    a. salient'"aiiifrie. ~    *  3^-To thrust out.  4���������Excavation.  .5���������"Near-by.  ��������� 6���������To choose.     7  7r���������A vegetable. '  S-^-Conjunctlon.  .9���������A flap or garment.  3 0-���������Man's name.  11���������Portable chai.r.  "12:��������� Shiverlngs.  15���������Oj-gai^ of heating.  IS���������At this place.  19���������Pen.  22���������Violent anger.  "**������������������A heroic poem.  26���������Furniture rollers.  28���������To give a  title to.  30���������A relish.  31���������Persona.1 pronoun". '***���������>  33���������New. "  35���������-A period of time.  3t5-���������Near at hand.  37���������Like.    /'  *"8���������A grain. -    '  ,.40���������Mother..  41-~r"AHo"vi*ing that.  43���������Tourist (colloq:)..  '4 4-~A"repast./:: - -AA. "��������� '���������  45���������Over.  '  46-^-Act of selling.  47^-Printers.  49-���������Irritates.  50���������-Uncovered.  52���������To torment.  54���������To allow..  55���������Consumes by fire. '  56���������A  printed  journal,  58-:���������An Italian cits*.  ������0���������Golf term,  Gl���������To contend with.  ������J3���������To lay over.  65���������Angry, furious.  U7���������Plural form of '"you"  (poet.).  <>9���������Seventh note of scale  (mus.),  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms,  and Ihey lose no time in applying a  reliable remedy���������Mother Grav-  Worm Exterminator.  -es'  Customer: Charge it, please.  Clerk:   Wo  do a  strictly  cash  and  cfirry Inisliifiss. madam,  ' Cuslompr: Sure, and I'm asking you  to carry mo for a couple of .Viy**.  I* a.hinon liooiv io -_e pijiiji i-"}ii huh Hiur-  i.le, yet maintaining ^he HT������*l-������'lf of lhn  niodi-.-   of   the   nionierii,       l*rl-*r>   of   thn  jSetf-Poisoning  . Takes Huge Toll!  [Many Fail In "Life Through]  Sheer Neglect of Futida--  mcntal Rule.of Health  How lo Order Patterns  Addi-pf.5 ��������� - Winnipeg Ni-wspapni- Union,  175   Mcr?ei-in������o1    Ave..   Wln,nlp(>g  I'a i '(������������������ns  X������  , .Size   .."vi.JJ'li'  Town  VV  Ja-  li*;:  Tin-   u'lrfp   oom   |.>i   -������I\v u> h   known   l������v���������  Ilu-   r-oot|>aiiv    Uf   l:eai-|i*   ���������nil   ot,  TliousandH of men and women ore  to-day victuWB o| their ,owti, neglect".  Grouchy, Hat less; quickly tiring, suffer-  an^j from headaches smcl bthousneas,  they spend rtiormoii^ sums in modi-'  cincB without avail. They; would give  much to regain their old vitality.  Can it he done?\ ^.. Yes! How?  Simply hy i-ei"ogiii3"triB:'"thc importance  of one fnqrli-imental rtil-R of health���������the  proper elimination of the bowel con-  lenis, Poison������ that are allowed to  remain in the Hyatcm quickly lower the  fataniina, ivc-nkrn the nerves nnrl thus  ���������piuve th<> \xx\xf no ilJ.hrrilMi. Stop thi"-  ^���������ir-iMjisonin^ hy taking Nttfrl���������the  aicioiitEfic Uilnrirant that; compk-te** the  ���������work' of Mature'a lubricant when,  through modi-rn living; conditioiit., the  natural Mipiply fails.  Nujol can he taken Endcfiintcly without: injury io the system. Try Ntt}ol  !t������'-4i.y. Aak for it at your nearcm <lrug  into re, but remember there is owiy one  JVr*;V/.    ^'atch for the namo "Nujol"  Measure  Directed  Against  Dominion  Czec-h-o.-Slovakia .Will Refuse Shipments^ Unless Endorsed By"/'".  Consulate  'Beclared to be directed especially  against Canniia and the Argentine, orders have been issued by. tho Caecho-  Slov'alfian customs authorities stipulating that entry of cenSalsj flour, vego-'  tables and malt be refused unless the  shipment Is accompanied" by ecrlifl-  cat.es issued by lhe Chamber of-Com*  merefe of the exporting counliry nn-  tloi'sed hy .the Czeaho-Slovakiian consulate. T.lie new order wont into effect on  Aihil  21.  Extra duties sahl to have amposedT  oil/merchandise from this eounlry by  C'ana-tla and. Argentine are said' to  have pfien- responsible ,1'or the placing  oC the hew measure.  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  The true test of good manners is to  be tie cent to the Cellow who Isn't as  important as you are.  Will Not Participate  In World  Conference  ���������li!, S,  Has Forwarcled .Decision To Its  Legation At Berne  Formal     notification     1Ju.    <���������"._) njtbu*.  SUvleH will not parllelpt'le In'tho world  court conference-.lit Ceneva, Septom-  ber 1, lias boon sent the United States'  legation ftt_ Uerne for -tloilyorj' to th'e  League, or Nat lout",'-"   Thev eon-reronce  waa'cnjlod to consider ihe reservtillon  iittiiclroil   bv the   United  fttsi'lci.  m*������im������t���������-���������������  to adherence In the World  court, I but,  S-i'd'Hliirj"    . Kellogg     nnd     President  .Coolltlfj-e dt'chhul   culliei-eucu  c-ouhl bu  madi"   effoef.ive   only   through   corres-  f liondencs   beiwenn   the  state   depart-  JMit.nl'. and the *I8 slKnal^rte.. lo the  court protocol.  I ^.   ���������.,.���������l    r-. r*    . 1 ....  ^...a. h a^<%J   wa.  a,J^K  ;\  aa.a.Mawk  ...  ������������������Iha!  .pa>-.  -c.  | iv'minard'-a tLiminient for bnekne^e  i  **        . ���������    , '���������    a ���������  Do Her Housework  Nerves Were So Bad  Mrs, I. M, Parlcn, Con������*>co-i, Ont.r  ���������trtrrltCB!���������"X had heart and"' nerve  trouble, and became no uhc-rt of  breath I, could hardly do my daily  "IiouReworlr,, nnd. vrnn ������o nervon**' I  could iiot think of ntnyiim alone, a������  every littlo Hound I heard felt like  a ahock to itio. -  "T\ - '  1 58������lwv  r-tcoTH-mcndcil, bo I  tried a , hox-r and  after taltlng- . tlio  Hi-norul nrirt T nm  ���������flo-vi* _foohi-fr lilco a  dilTorei-t  woman.'"  "i"li'flr jirepnmtion  lin������   been   on   tlio  market  for  1lit>  pant   82   yonm   miftd   lia-i   nehinvcrl   a  wrontlerftiil   r-cpuiiition  for  tho  relief  of nil heart -tndncrvo t:rouhle������-  1-ut  up  only  hy  Tlio  T,  MUbutm  C..        *   lr_,r������'ra.1      'nnr*������Jn       0(������.-J  rn...    M^.^.jM.^.te^H.1      mmJvm.wj     V^t^a  /  r*1  -��������� 4H  '���������1  J1.'?.  1  {  i  ih<i  ���������'fr  ���������V  V at  ^:.t(,Wi<(������^to*)(������l������ll������rt������������*������*������*' a������W������������h������i������MI>J*������MJ,ii!M|a (ft  >������ fitfr^ijfc  ItMi  B.fe^q,iiw4a-&^^  dm TH������  "tREVJUJW,"  ������BESTON,~ B.  jQ.  ' Hunting  For Crown  _0"f  German .Queen  :AMmMMMtW-  M  ���������krailfe |&wf^ose  -m*e*aMg_^������  .StC 25-2S,  J.*:  :^eeip:ey:������^  Legally   Belongs  fto "Prussian  Govern.  ^ ment But? Has Disappeared  ^"Ne-vr clues have been, uncovered by  Prussian state detectives in the hunt  for the $875,000,jeweled crown oE the  , late Queen Augusta, first w|fe o������  Kaiser Wilhelm. II., "which mysteriously disappeared from, the royal palace  oa-Unter den Linden more than .three  years ago.      ' ....  The information, pblice saidyvirtuai-  ly established the fact ttiat the beautiful crown was smuggled out of the  palace in 1922, and that Princess Her-  mine von Reuss wore it at Doom, Holland, -when she married the former  monarch in���������exile.  The crown legally belongs to the  Prussian Government.  UY4^t^^pplU!pveAdjjVf^yu^'^ popper you mow/  right I9251sy H.1  Published by arrangement with .First   National   Pictures,   inc.  .  CHAPTER   IV.���������Continued.  With the feel oi' her first money in  her fingers Joanna concluded t-hat she  must learn to have an answer -for  things*like that. Merftshe had known  were not gifted at such sonorous  phrasings. For the man who aHsaid,  "You look good to me, sister!*' she had  her rituals. Something like: "Did  you ever win any medals on your eyesight?"' She wondered if there were  books that taught the things that went  with a. lot oE money.  So, she was silent a little while.  But Brandon persisted:  -"I shall pay ^rdent court to you,  you know! I shall use all J. the  wiles of the fortune hunter. Perhaps  I am first to enter the lists, and. you  will let me keep my advantage."  She felt that he was playiag with  her. Yet there*was something sententious in .his ton.e. . . She wished .he  v hadn't come so. quickly into her new"  scheme of things." - She was positive  that he was a danger, that she didn;t  like him. ^She nrade the only reply  .she could "Utiitk of, and immediately  icnew .Jrliat tt was clumsy; that lt  didn't match:  '������������������  "I    guess    you'd keep arty aadvantage a girl would give you." \  "You mustn't be prejudiced against  "*me;" lie retorted, with elaborate earnestness.      "I   am  your banker's  nep-  ' hew;   he%will   give  me . a   splendid���������  what would you say, a reference?"  CUTICURAHEALS  ECZEMA IN RASH  - _____:��������� >. i     , ������  On Scalp .Later on Limbs.  Caused Much Suffering.  *" I had eczema .which made its  appearance on my scalp in a rash.  It itched terribly and when I scratched it, blisicss broke out. -Later the  eczema broke out on my limbs,  which were badly swollen and very  red. It kept me awake at night and  caused much.}pain and suffering.  When I -washed or went near the  hot stove it was very painful.  "I read an , advertisement for  Cuticura. Soap and* Ointment and  sent for a free sample. I purchased  more and in two or three months  I was completely healed." (Signed)  Mrs. Emma C. Gibson, It. 1, Box  71, Island Pond, Vt., Oct. 26, 1925.  Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes.  Sample E������cb Free by Mail. Address Canadian  Depot: "StcaLbo-ue. Md* Montreal." Price, Soap  25c. Ointment 25 aad 50c- Talcum 25c.  Ctiticcira Shaving Stick 25-c.  to somebody "'who would share her  wonders. As well the ehauffeur, who  had a*^ least put his telephone number  at her disposal, as anyone'eige.  The man's- eyes " widened. From  .the hag, -which she held.open for him  to look into, Jhe"looked up'into her face  ���������into the face- which ;had' returned  much of the "alertness*; much of the  taunting challenge^that,had made it a  baffling ornament tQ_/the'silk counter.  But the man. didn't smile with her.  Instead, he stiffened" into something  of the attitude with which he met his  employer, the "Old "Man."   . m'  (To be continued)  ,\  The girl shot a grateful glance to  the banker. She liked the grave, forbid ding old man. She feared him he-  cause of the knowledge he kept from  her, but she felt that she could always  trust liim. She was puzzled, too,  about the lights that changed so often  in his eyes. "When she looked'at him  quickly he started a bit, as if caught  hy some que^i* surprise. She wondered -what he was\thinking about,  when he -wan. \.*at<?Mng her.  ^But she must i|tke the plunge.      Go  but, outside!      The^o men would give  ber no help���������Brandon would help her,  but his very manner of easy feallantry  put her .guard against* him.      His was  the way "2*Soocl Morning" would adopt  if.    he_  knew    how.      For one thing  Joanna had sudd.-_-n]y loet her respect  for the importance of such personages  as ��������� "Good   Morning." .    Already .aisle  managers,    department   .chiefsr-   even  superintendents  had    become - vague?  and remote.      Summoning .hei- courage, she rose..  "If you don't w*ant me any longer;  if r may go now, I guess I will," sue  said, faltering. -  "May ir-'  Eggleston got up from his chair and  reached his hand acrosfe the table to  her.__yy"I shall give Instructions," he  said, "that .you must be .brought tb.me  at once', when, you come to me,���������-4C you  Co I hope ybu\will let me adrise you������������������  as your banker should. I shall try  nfever to make'you afraid of me.5'  i    Brandon held open the "door for her  Most Expensive Joke  "V  Have  Birken-  "I ImaginefMissyManners will wai^t ^Qanna was am ^certain: of herself,  to, begin  readjustttig  herself      That; f-, ft wWlo_     TlM5h " withtmt speai-ing  will be a more pleasant task than, skir-j  mlshing ".with' you.  lady of affairs,"      ,  She Is a young  I again, she left the banker's room and  j went  Into  the  corridors  of'the bank.  Brandon   walked   beside   her. .,    "You  TO WOMEN  OF MIDDLE AGE  Mrs. Wilson"** Experience a  Guide to Women Passing  through the Change of Life  Hamilton,. Ontario."���������"'I have taken,.  several bottles of Lydia E.Pinkham 'a  Vegetable, Compound and I ������can-  not speak too  highly of it as I  waa at the Change  of Life and waa  all run-down .arid  had no appetite.  I was very weak  and sick, andi the  paina in my back  were so bad I  could h ardlvm o ve.  ������������������������-���������-���������������������������������������������iwi���������Mr ������0t very* aad at  times and thought l Find not a friend  oh earth, I did not ciiro it* I lived or  died. I was very nervous*,, too, and  did not ro out very much. A friend  advi.sed me to try a bottle of Lydia E.  .LMnkham'a .Vej-ctable Compound,'so  1 did. I am a tnrmer'a. wife, mini always worked hard until lately, find  waa in bed for two months. I Ivo^im  to tool liku anew woman after the  fu*;"t bottle and I recommend it with  Hj'rent au-i-ceattji-ulso Lydin E. I-ink-  .ham's Liver JNLIa. I am wtlliu^ U-  annwer lottom from women as-kin k  aihout your medic in on, na I- camn-ot  ������ncnk too highly of them."���������-Mra.  Kmma \yii,KONf 471 WJls-on Street,  Jltuniltoii, Ontario.  Sold by druggists every where..     C  Then, smiling wanly:" "You see, I  don't know where to go!"  Brandon seemed - to consider this  unexpected, statement. Joanna was  looking up at him frankly, not confidingly, for ^he wouldn't trust him,  but in brave effort to impress him that  she was amused at her own dilemma.  "I don't suppose J'm expected to go  back to the1 store," she went on, her  voice quavering, a little, "And ther������5  isn't any place else���������except Mra.  Adams'���������she's my landlady, you know.  I don't want to go there yet, because  when I do I'll go~ up to my room and  cry like blazes. I'll put that off as  long as I-- can���������it spoils your eyeglasses" and besides, it's so darned old-  fashioned!" -  "Do you then, avoid, everything that  is old-fashioned"?" Again the girl  was overwhelmed with a -sense of distrust of the man beside her, with the  conviction that, in* some way or other,  that jnan, a stranger of the morning,  would "be one of the.*^ figures of the  fate into which she was blindly plunged. .She couldn't-think of anything  appropriate to retort���������and again she  realized that she must read up on how  people'- with .-money in their handbag  said things, to other- people who had.  money, they "didn't have"to spend --before they got it.-- So, she replied a bit  viciously; .  "You mean something you don't say;  I'll have to think that oy^r. Now  suppose, I've got to go���������the Lord  knows where!" ^  "It would, be frightfully easy for  me," Brandon assured her, "to suggest that I go along, and help you.  But I know, as liry banker,.'uncle remarked., that you. will want lo be witli  yourself. I warn you, though, that 1  shall sioon "pay ray court." Because  he smiled at her, Joanna smiled, back  at him.- She gave him/her hand,  when they had reached the door of her  car���������the door held open byv the,, won-  dering-eyed chauffeur. Brahdori"*asked .-_.it." he might give her directions,  .���������"where to go" to the driver.  "Tell him to ��������� drive around in a circle till I make up my mind," she ord-"  ered,-,��������� As they drove away Joanna  felt again that burning at the back of  her neck. She knew Brandon was  standing at the curb watching her-car  disappear.  And then R-egaii the readjustments  or Joanna, around whom everything  swam in a hodge podge. The driver,;  his anticipations illumined, by the  prospect W that suggested call ''after  ten," boldly stopped the car when.they  had   turned  3nto  a   cross   street,   got  Believed   to   Have   Cost   Lord  bead a Fortune  Lord Birkenhead,- secretary for India, is credited by the-English newspapers with having made the most expensive juke in history.  Birkenhead, was once a great  friend of Sir Robert Houston, the  wealthy shipowner, who died recently  at his home on the Island of Jersey,  and Sit* Robert was said to have made  a will leaving the bulk of'Jiis fortune,  estimated as high as "������7,000,000 to.  Birkenhead. .. The Houston , will,  which has been probated, however,  makes the widow the chief beneficial*}-,  and the papers recall Birkenhead's  joke.  When serving as a, member of the  House of ComnionSj Sir Robert, ia  spite of his atlvanced. age, always kept  bis beard a glorious blackish-blue color. One day he made an ultra-Conservative speech, . which displeased  Lord Birkenhead, who in private conversation, referred to him as "the only  genuine "dye-hard.^ "  It was the this play on the "diehard," .which is'���������'applied to the ultra  Conservatives, the newspapers believe,  that keift Birken had* from sharing  largely in the,Houston fortune.  High in Food Value; Low in Cost  Ask Your Grocer for our Famous  Sardine Cook Book.    It is FREE.  Need Auto Armistice-Day  "More Americans have been killed  by automobiles since the World War  than were killed in the war. The  death list is 223,500. . Last year 24,-  000 were killed, or 2.5 per cent." more  than* in 3924. When are we going to  have an auto armistice clay? Already  the auto death roll is Increasing."���������  Salem (Mass.) News.  will let me show you id your car?" he  said, smilingly. ' -  "Mr. (3raydon's car! Waiting for  her! Now- and then she had had. the  experience of a taxi waiting for her.  on one of thos^ rave'"caba'j������et nights  when one of the boys had succumbed  to"a lavish urge. Never "her- car,"  She'd never thought of it before, butj  she "wondered if women felt guilty  when they'd left their' chauffeurs  standing a long lime. Of course not.  Foolish! Sho apoko to Brandon,  who vtaa guiding ber to\vard the street  entrance.  "Til    bet    you're laughing at how \llowu lrom h:is ^Di' -*1"1 ������HH; hlfl lwiuX  Whatsoever thy-hand findeth to do,  do it with thy might.���������-Ecel. ix., 10.  Do the work that's nearest,   ,  -Though it's dull -at- whiles;  Helping when we "meet them  Lame dogs over stiles.  ���������  *.    .- ���������Charles Kingsley.  Few are, needed to do the out-of-the  way tasks wjiich startle_J.be world, and  one may be most useful just "doing  common-place duties, and^ leaving the  issue with God. And when it is aH  over, and our feet will run no more,  ami. our hands are helpless, and we.  have scarcely strength to murmur a  last prayer, then we shall see that ia-  ^tead of needing a larger field we  ha/ve left^untilled many corners of our  single acre and that none of it is fit  for our Master's eye were it not for  thd>, softening shadow of! the- Cross.���������  George MacDonald.  An Indication Of Health  NO MEDICINE LIKE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  For Either the Newborn Babe or  the Growing Child  Therg is-no other medicine to equal  Baby's Own Tablets for liltSe ones���������  whether it be - for' the newborn babe  or the growing child the Tablets always do good. They are absolutely  free from opiates or other harmful  drugs and the mother can always feel  safe ia using them.'  Concerning the Tablets," Mrs. Johis  Armour. Jl.R. 1, South M.onaghan,  Qnt.. says:���������"We have three line,  healthy children, to whoni, when a  medicine is needed we have given  only Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are the best medicine you can  keep in any home where 1here are  young children."  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative-which regulate the  stomach and bowels; bauEsli constipation and. indiges tion; break up  colds and simple fever and. make  teething easy. They are sold by  medicine dealers or direct hy malt at  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockvaile, Oat,  ���������^-.^_.....,r_.__ll^.l||.__fa)ir__in. r n-mfim^nT^-,  XV.   N*.   *u..   :iiV2;  foolish I'm going to be," she confided  to him. 7  "I shall never laugh at such a delightful ypbug person,"' Brahclon assured her, -"Xtul IE yon are foolish���������  ���������ivby not? ' you havo acquired tho  right-to, be as much so us you wish.''  "But 1 don't wont to bo! I want  to- net ns- ir I know wjiat I was doing���������  and I can't, Vd' like to go along an  il" I had hundred dollar bills brought  1onie wltlfmy now tap a per every morning for breakfast���������and lieve I am wondering whnt I am going to dao with n  flat full of them." Hor voice tlroppotl  1/i*<i i* m'trmiir. "Or-Pli . I win).  mother, or father, wore around 1hc-  corjjj'-r"   ���������  Whatever It was ihat 11 rand on  would, have Bald,' ho didn't nay It.  They hurt eomo to tho street, door ahd  Brandon touched her arm lo guld-rs her  across! tlte crowded, pavement to CI ray-  don's    car.       But    Jon tin a    suddonly  .sliMxi.   |-"i*u".Ml,-y   co(.lM-li-i<'d,  "Walt   jl   niUtm-a!"   ������he    I'xchilmed.  _-/  into the door.  "How about It, kid," he inquired in  his most friendly and confidential  way. "What d.ld they put you up  against?" '���������'..'  Joatina nodded at htm, brightly.  "Oh. a lot of" things. This, for ex������  ample." ' Sho had to show that hni?  full of bank' notes, hu all rod and five  hundred dollar hi Uh, 1n EomolSody; and  Clear Blue Eye Shows Perfect Physical  Condition   Says -Washington  Doctor  Clear blue eyes are the best, for  they indicate health, in the opinion  ���������of Dr..-J. D. Levine, ol" Washington,  D.C. Babies and most animals are  born, with blue eyes, and the color  changes, because of some inherited  trouble, he said in a lecture here.  The clear blue eye with a silken  ���������finish Is an Indication of per feet .physical condition, he said, pointing out  tliat sailors who live outdoors ou  meagre ditijts, and the "old country"  Irish and the Scandinavian peoples,  who live healthy lives, are usually  blue-eyed,  "There, Monsieur, you see the famous statue of liberty."  . "Ah, I see. in * Anieiiea you 'avc  adopt the cust-Sm of France to erect  the statue to your illustriows dead."  PAIN.  Pain, no nuttier wherp located, will be ea_*ed by applying  M i'di.-i rd'R, May be In lc*r*n  either internally or externally.  ipmmimmmmmm*mmm*4mimmMi4mmm4m<MmmmmmwmmV44)mmmM4.  A Real Asthma Relief. Dr. J. 1>.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, has never  been advertised by extravagant'statements. Its> claims are conservative  Indeed., when Judged* by the benefits  which it performs. Expect i-ejti reni.M  and permanent bnefits when you buy  this reme.dy and you will not have  cause for disappointment.--It gives  permanent relief in many ctttses wliei-st  other so. called remedies have utterly  failed.  Operated   like   an  automobile  st-ir-  b tar ter,  u  Jack  has  b-i-en invested   for  CortiK    cripple    Ihe    feet aud  make,--   , . , t .���������.*���������,������������������ ������������������-.,.  walking a  torture, yot  sure reiier m'/nislnB and kowtfrlnB cars.  the shape of Hollowtiy'H Corn Remov  er in within vouch "of all.  The Gentle Comeback  Ai. ti nieetiriK of .directors one'nwn  called hla opponent an nas.   This wtis*,  of course, unpardonable aud had to be  withdrawn.  "Well.'"     Haiti     Lhe   aBKreunor.   "I'll  Don't lose all your   energy   waiting'  tor rich ivlallvos to die.  ���������^        'igwu   _^rtBM___. _^__H______k<    ^i���������W���������^L     gggu^g^ hhu| ^^Bn^ta  B      El m\^ ^Sm MW. ___QI Bill   wSL  ___!__������������������ EiliiiM ^������____r3 llSmmw Sm^Lr. B^SI ^Ci___i'^^___P  AftC  CU"*t_ABLtt. y   it. you ftuPf'*--* from *l.(*i  lora* or Varicose "Utcom, I will Brsri-l you  A&S.01.UTCL.V   imetC     &. copy .ot   my   fuin-  ,.,   , .    .  ^   ���������   . i   .    .  .    _,        ou* hook tbat lell* how to 1-e rSd or U-ob������  wtthclraw what f said, but 1 still infilat vtroubl<*-a  jfor -nit   tim������n  by  uaitiK  ������������������>���������   r������v  that, my opponeut Is ont of order.1"  ���������'How    urn    I    out. oi order." cried  ���������the other,  "Probably    n    veterinary    surgoott  could tell you," replied- thim apgref-Hor-  Athens,   bad   '100,000   t-lave*   to   100,-  000 free cltlxeim. \  nmrltjibl-jo patrUean"treatment.. It ts -different wrom ���������BU-ythltiR* you evMMI l������ca*Nt ot.  And tin* ruMOJlt ot ������������v������Mr- 3i yt-arit- wpcicSaU*-  1nc. Plt*tt*"!y *-*'*--1 vnnr ������r.r.rr.r n-rid Acl-Jrc-io  to Dr.'II. J. nttllTTIBW. Bull-f 39. 431  East lBth Sir*-*.**. Kan Baa City.  Mo.  BAKKUS'   OVENS-  loguo   i"nd   Hat  Wt-Jtia   for   cat.v  ol   uned   ovonrt.  Hubbard Oven  Company, 3100 Qtu<t-,a  West. Toronto.  Lovp  makes  lime  liy and  iiiikmiIIv  niHhi-H' lovi'  Hy.  time fre  Minard's  Liniment  for huma  -TtMC NKW rRBNOM RIUEDV. tMo.f  Wo- 1 ������������������ m*S*.rCM*mv*h, Met. Si tattir BlAoaB a  Jk.IJ   \!,r  _a.aa_.Un4   C. IJ C-Jirtv r������.   (.������    IVStial'u   I...U    laa.caV  t������������.LU Cl.ll J"CUatJI.Cu.Jl4A������a.il.l,^.������^i.L*, ������'a-b. I.OtatJ.11. IP&&&-  ���������^������������������vW^v^^  "<-7 Z':'-  mi  ^Sl-}^:^r  S.  ���������<-      ."v.  (..  VHB  CKESTeft   BMYmW  Theatre H [rdBIqUyOB _������U"  Douglas Fairbanks  w\  .'Hay-p^you ever, seen a Magic Rug  above the-city bearing a Thief .an  Princess?  Kave-^Qja ever seen a white hors  wings fly through the clpuds?       -"  Have you evejr seen Magic ropes,  dragons and bats as big as elephants?  3-lave you  ever  seen  an    invisible  cloak?  This beautiful story of romance  adventure abounds in happenings  astounding and unbelievable magic  REGULAR PRICES  rasas  YOU GAM HELP I  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  r  Mr. and Mrs. .fach Bev-m and  daughter of Spokane, were visitors  here a few days last week, the guest  of Mr. and Mrs-. H. S. Bevan.  Cow Fob Sai_e���������Shortborn-Holstein  5 years old, fresh one month, guaranteed good milker, $75. Mrs. Guy Constable (Alice Siding). Creston,   ',   , -\~ ���������  Horses 'For- {Sale���������Goinpj . cheai>  two teams of work hordes or will sell  singly if desired,    good    for  road or  saddle.'   ir.^-N. Thompson, Lister. " *  A -work train is'operating between  Creston jinA Kitchener distributing  about a dozen cars of Lies that "will be  used for track repair this season.    "    "  ,;C. "U*. Rodgers and Major MaU  landaine are Nelson visifors this week  attending the sessions of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern B.C.  Cows Fob'Sale���������Two milch cows,  Ho"*ste*.n-Shorthorn, 7 years . old.  Both cows freshen soon. Also Shorthorn heifer.    B. Nouguier, Canyon.  Fob Sale:���������One hay loader, several  Massey-Harris mowers," thresher's  tank pump, single mattress, new;  carpet sweeper,,cook stove. C.-Blair,  Canyon.  Thursday next is Dominion Day���������a  statutory holiday, and all places of  business in town will be closed. On  that day 2-cent postage again becomes  effective.  The weather is warming  ������p   again  this week  after  the rainy  spell   that  obtained   most   of   last     week,     and  accounted   for a welcome rainfall of  .alnosfcan inch.  Principal Fleming of Creston High  School got away on Wednesday to  spend the summer vacation at bis  horn** in Vancouver. He went vni  Lethbridge, Alberta.  .Creston public school clises for fche  midsummer vacation this afternoon,  and tomorrow will see. nil of the  teachers off to coast points, for tbe  two mon ths1 holiday.  Team Horses Wanted���������Will buy  a godd^ serviceable team, Hbout 2200 or  2400 lbs., not more than 8 years .old.  Will also buy a good strong democrat.  Geo. Jacks. Camp Lister.  Miss Evelyn  Hurry, who  has  been  attending Normal School at Victoria  the past term, arrived home on Satur  day������    She passed all the examinations  with creditable standing.   _.  Jas. McNicholas of Fernie "svas n.  weekend -visitor with A. E. Davies.  He is looking over .the farms in the  Lister area, and is likely to purchase  H-hd reside the re in future.  Mrs. Cotterill is home from Nelson,  where she has been, f���������*-)-_* a few weeks  with M**s. Garland, whose health has  greatly improved, though not yet  feeling quite her oldticne self.  A donation of $25 from Wm. K.  Esling. -M.P. for West Kootenay, to  Creston's fall fair, wilL be devoted to  prizes in a boys1 and girls\ class, in  which conking will be featured. 7  Manager Rodgers announces that  regular prices will yprevall at the  Grand tonight and, Saturday for tbe  showing of thq big Douglas Fairbanks  special, "The Thief of Bagdad." This  is movie value indeed, and none  should miss thi9 picture. '. "C������.'  Secondhand FORB TRUCKS >0R SALE.  Also Second-hand FORD LIGHT DELIVERY.  K^v^Q^EWR^LET lPm������Is$<  As a result of tbe seductions in the Tariff the prices ou Ohevrolets      *=-  ~   . ' --     8   - have heen reduced to the foilowjug:  "A. .' * ' .** ���������." ���������  ZRoadster and Touring-  $ '875^      Landau :~.r~$1242  Coupe and Coach:~������---^ 1062-   .    Commercial Chassis    668  ,Sedan-m\~m���������v.���������  1182 Utility Epcjtress, I>ton���������   928  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL       v    *  SERVICE ON ANYTHING'^-rPERATED.BY GASpLlNE  i-  I  I  ALWAVfi   TTTTJftT'l r *  Ice Cream Wafers ��������� -r-r ��������� 5c. each  - ***  '"   . .   ���������    - _ Try. one today.  KODAK DAYS  I  FILMS!        SUPPLIES I       FINISHING!  *** -     V  Films fog* finishing brought in to-daj*' will be  ready next day at 5 o'clock.    Work  guaranteed.  MOSQUITO POWDER. KATZOL STICKS.  FLY TOX  CRESTON 4JR0G & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. TS^MIZLX  BWI���������JMM  SUGAR.  SALT  ROLLED OATS. &c.  No Machine will run long Without  Effective   Lubrication  And a lot of Oil and Grease can be  bought for the cost of one repair.  We can supply all your needs in Oil and Grease -  - High grade Gas by the drum or gallon.  ���������Ja b L b eJLf  Wasted���������Will pay tob cash price  for hens wieghing not less than 5  pound: also ducks. Dong Barney,  Pacific Restaurant. Creslon.  Lurcot Hosiery  Pure Silk He-In forced Hose  made from Art Silk reinforced  with Art ftilk, run atop, 20  inch boot, sizes 8i to 10.  Sandlewood  Windsor Tan  French Nude  Bran  Peach  Gun Metal  Black  Pongee  ���������   Grey  White  "Brown  Asst.  Mauve Toupe  Sunburn  Price���������$1*25 pair  V        m\lt Smx \L\Z ft O M'  Local and Personal  The Presbyterian Ladies- Aid have  the 8th of July booked for a lawn  social.  Wanted���������Dressmaking ot home,  fit and finish guaranteed. Mrs.***  Sherwood, Creston.  Poh.JSal.12���������Vega cream separator,  almost new, two-cow capacity* $16. P.  K. Smith, Ore������t(*n.  Churn   I*or.   Sai,f���������Barrel   churn,  "-uitable   for   onft   or   two   cows,   $5.  V i rrbor Carr  Creston.  Cow Foit SAXJB���������Holetein, T B test  ed, giveH 20 quartf* of milk per day.  Mm. It. Dalbom* Wynndel.  Waiwkd���������Straw berrioB. Oherri<39,  other Hinnll fruits and Apples. Mc  Kfiiiivn A; Conltoir, Fornlo, TB.V,  T, Lytle, jtsweler, Ih back at hla  ranch at Crawford Bay, and his abop  will be closed for* the ncsxt few wi-eku.  The topic of thvaddrosB on 8iindny  evening ab Chiiab Chin oh will bo the  fourth of the fruit of tb** spirit, -'Lornfc  Huflrerint?."'  According to tbo Dally Noiva tho  Cr-Bston L.O.L. 1������ one of a dozen  __o<lf_f*YH that wUi'-tt-Iobrato thu OiorioiiH  Twelfth In N-pJ������on.  j\frM. W. II. laVlmHiri  nnd family  lnjrfb  on WodiM-Nday   for Vancoiivor  tvhuro  thoy   ItHVjr  ti������lc(*n  n   fuinSmbfd   bou**o  i hvhI   will   r������*i������ii-titi    f������������r   thp   n-r-xt   two  inonthn.  - "*^......  \ -^ . ��������� '  S\ -SB: MBS \KB  wmmwmmm m.  Cp*-v-fl-Mvf]V  Which we were able to procure for our  trade, will satisfy you. ^ This particular  brand is carefully graded and selected,  and is truly a quality of rich "flavor., It  makes a heavy, rich drink, and has a.  deep aniber color. Do not fail to try a  package of this Tea at a medium price  ���������SEVENTY CENTS A POUND.  Dry Goods  Grocsrles  Furniture  r-n  I  1  US'-  41  I'.'i  mmA-  sssm  **.**���������.*���������-*������������������   iA, i^Ztshjh,'*-.    ������/i--A*>i..M_-*tf *k\.  ''.a-'. ^m������ti&^*^^-K*^*>*^'><< *#*-*>>***<~j**,^j-  ������ ������������4H;%mnmj<*������ *-  vrt*&4Mntm*t#4it#tt*s*^*'it  '  ^m^i^tJmMUMmummium

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