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Creston Review Jul 2, 1926

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 ifSi  ������*.-���������  ���������.iV-ii::'.;.:^!?  3S*.  *&**'���������<  ^*o  *i������c1  ****  to***  ^������1  /���������^  - ' d  vol-, xym.  CRESTON; ; B, ���������.;������raiiD AY, JULY % 1926  No. 20  -ty;  ABtee ^WliHiSB  E. Gumache and son,  Fredr.yb.-id a  great spell of fishing on Sunday morning in the -. Buck Creole- channel, the  . hours spent on tlie stream   producing  85 bass and chub. ** "   ,  " _  > Victor Oarr is helping improve the  travelling it tbeBe parts with, a haul  of gravel on the" 'highway, '.between  Sherwood's and Alice Siding drossingi  The ruts on/tbe JSeMurtrie hill have  been eliminated   with, some  b  Prinespa! L������llsma*sd- of tbe Alice  Siding- school left .ai the first, of the  week to spend the holidays in- tho  Nicola Valley. He Ss not^returning to  this school, much to tbe regret of  many of tho parents ann scholar^ with  - whom he was popular.  Strawberry    shipping    from    this  -emotion will be pretty well'over at. the  e id of the week.   The crop has hardly  been up to "expectations.  Jack   and   Dick  Smith - and    Bill  Vaness are Spending the '"Dominion  Day holiday vt Summit Creek, fishing  opening on .that stsn.ni on the  first of  July!  Honor rolls at Alice Siding school  for the school year wbich ended on  Friday have .been, awarded-as followst  Deportment���������Ester Smith. "Proficiency���������Henry Vaness. Regulaaity and  punctuality���������Barry Mather,  n;1  Harvey Joyce was a Saturday to  Monday visitor with Moyie friends.  Mrs. Charles Nelson-and family are  bacK from -Duck Creek^ .where they  have been_stoppifcg for the past two  weeks. / ~"' _ ";, _,  .   Mir. andj&rss J^.,������jj^;a^-.c!ilia  with Miss Lyd������ J^fansoib, "of yCres*tota"C  motored np oj������ JSuh>day and inade^ta  visit witb their.,friends here.     * 1  Mies "-Qfifcce Rendnli-^-left. for her  borne in Nelepn on- Saturday, where  she will spend the holidays. She will  be-greatly rajssed fjroni the' yoking set  hero.., -  .Mrs. Andy -Wickholm spent the  weekend at the Wickholm ranch at  *- Crinyoh~, getting back on Sunday.  i Miss Evelyn Bev in -was here from  Thursday to Friday tin a visit with  Miss Louise Bevan9 returning to Creston by car.  Mack Brogan left for his homo in  Ytfhk on Monday. .   _  Col. \fteA and Mrs. Lister, of-Gamp  Lister, were- motor visitors herej on  Thursday.  Misses Laura and Mildred Andeen,  and Katherine and Irene Guvhnaugh,  left for Kimberiey on Tucsdav.  A. 3. Hoiswill, Dr. Rose and George  Ferguson of Nelson were motor visitors hero oh Saturday.y  here on Wednesday last, doing some  barber work, going back next day.: '  J. M. Coutts of the Great West  Rubber Company, Eethbridge, motored In from Cranbrook onr a business  **isifc Wednesday last. 7 Mr. Coi-pf the  Fernie-Forfc Steele Brewing Company,  .Fernie, was a business visitor here the  same day: * '     -*���������"  A party consisting of Misses Mildred  .Andeen, Clara Hunt and -Mr., ^md Mrsl  Hunt went to the Leadville mine on  Sunday," taking in supplies..       .-  Messrs. E. N. Webster and 'Alex.  Derby of- Cranbrook were business  visitors here by-auto on Thursday.  Mrs. N. P. Molander left on Saturday for Nelson on 'a���������yjsit with her  daughter, Miss Alice Molander, who  is attending business college there.  J. H. Flack, agent for tbe Water-  bury School Heater Company, Calgary  was a business visitor here, Thursday.  Alice Siding orchestra will play for  a dance in Hunt's Hall on Saturday  night, July Sid.   Everybody come.  N*. Leamy of Creston with a gang of  men are busy putting in aT sidewalk  be^tween the postoffice and depot and  the town will look better -when the  job is done.  /��������� Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and  family have moved into Cyrille  Sene3ael*8 house.  Mr. afid-Mrs.'N. Strong, sr.T arid  Mr. and Mrs. Hurl and daughter,  Jessie,*were up on&unday from Cah*-  yon visiting w ith Mr, and Mrs. Wm  Strong. ' -  .  Roy Burch, fire warden at Yahk,  with Geo. Huscroft, the Creston fire  warden, paid us- a. visit on. Monday;  | by autb. F. Pympaid us a. -business  visit Ton Wednesday last, making the  trifc by motor. ,'������    *- >_    "��������� _ *&���������-."  |_^;|ljrs.t.|?r^  Monday for Salmdji where tbgy are.feo  make their home. - They "hav^'beea  "residents of Kitchener for  the  past.  three years.   -_"--  Victor Cameron and C~ C. Thomson  of., the. ."Kingstoss & Thomson Lumber  Company, Porthili, with .a party,  motored to Kitchener on  a business  ; -' Fight Faiato Bug  -      /-~ ~ * Vjt"  _  i *> --71?  Ati-^owers ot potatoes in this  district' aro aslsed to watch Very  carefully for *fti������y" signs of pbfcato  beetles,        ZA^Zx'  ".At f>rea(ent.wbere are few out-  brea^ of tbiataerious pest in the  "Orefitonr-VjSIf'f^   If growers will  VTotnptiy report any signs of the  presence l������fth#v beetle  or larvae"  on t)heiir patobes, either  to" Mr.  Twigg or tcT'me, they will help  them8elv^ jand the whole district.  as stepsi oan b*p taken to eradicate"  the  peat    Before tt becomes"^o  firmly established.  It' is impossible to visit each  mdiTOdualrg^w-er, but with tbe  co-operatiottfiof all growers in  locating: ne^youtbreaks there' is  hope thatfySjiesB insects cag  be  ^ .. dusters  loaned y^r.-y^her -department of  agHculttare, ������nd eo at is hoped  that growpretywill all aid in the  battle gain-3^ the Colorado Potato ^Beetles -fyby making a very  thorough rilispection * bf * their  potate patches.    A-I_j.DENNYS.  out on'"Saturday night,  Julv "3rd, "at  the booster party at tbe Community"  Hall.   There wiii be sale of refresh-  .ments  and a short programme, with,  the, proceeds to go . to  the  baseball'  club.   This, is  a  good cause.   Be on  hand.   - ,   -y  ~ A. K. Swanson," C.P.R. agent at,  Kiniberley. was a motbr visiter to  Canyon on Sunday, and was Accompanied by a couple of prospective land  buyers who inspected. the Swanson  ranch here.        ,  Trinity Church Dramatic company  was greeted by a fair turnout at the  Community Hall on Friday night  when they -presented, "-Safety First*  in very creditable fashion, and annexed $30 of local money iii -admissions,  half of which goes to tbe local church.  Kitchener juniors were too much  for. Canyon at baseball on Saturday,  the score being 1? bo 25 in'the visitors  "favor. -Canyon was somewhat handicapped due tb- the absence of their  pitcher, Ted Clark., The boys are due  to play at Eriekson on "Dominion Day.  '���������mm  feS*nS_  ������jrte-fescM9  - Mrs. G7 S. y Moore and children,  BUIy and I������eart, 'Of C"^nb**oo^fcT%ere  Friday toTH-qbday visitors with .Mr.,  and Mrs^ILoasby. Billy going back on  Wednesday. AA ,  School closed for the s-immer vacation on *t?r|day, winding up with.a  picnic on-t^i&jb&ach. Imck of the school  ancLall goiii^J^rt-be afternoon train to  see Mr. Hunfe^off tm his holidays at  *y������nfiotivw.'" ^Igve-tyone .1*^hoping he  C H. Phillips of Kimberiey arrived  on Saturday and will be remaining on  the ranch here until the end ~ of tho  month. .,  *  " "f m^  Alf. Evans was a business visitor aft  Cranbrook a few 'days; at the end of  the week/  Lister roads are -in. considerably  better shape as -a^result^pf some heavy  grader treatment given them shortly  after the rain last week.  A. K. F. Bernard, who has baen on  "his  ranch   here  fot- the    past     two  months,   is leaving" on   Tuesday, to  resume his position afc^ythe Paradise  mine at Invermere.  visit on Sunday.  ay  will relairaBritbe 1^"^ bdtC^^ye^^  undecided. %   **~ ^.Z        *-7-y< -7  Kev. S. Newby wilt be .here * for., the  -Kauai biorning Church of England  services on Sunday.  vMr, . and Mrs^-rDominic Lombardo;  arrived on^anday on tbe return from  the wedding trip* and^Srere favored  with* a hearty reception at the home  of   bis., parents, * Mr.   and ^Mrs.   P.  Geo. _ Clerhew,   Yuhk   barber,  was  ICE CREAM  Strawberries - - Raspberries  Under the auspices of Trinity  Church Young People  3M. ,--KB!|By  ^S H Ca^ Eg������ m W  SEVEN p.m.  ttTa  OEOUKDS Nextl-REMIER  GABAGE  A crowd took in the dance at Duck  Creek on Saturday, and report having j  a good time. They were-Alf. Speaker.  Jack McComb, Harry High, A. Ln-  Page, J. McNare, Sam Littiejohn and  -Und Andy Abrahameon.  ^ Mrs.]|George A. Hunt entertained  on Tburaday'evening in honor of the  two teachf-rs. Mtss-ss Kendall and***!  Bevan, who- left the following day.  Those' invited were Misses Kendall,  Louise and Evelyn Bevan, Mrs. E.  Driffil and Messrs. E. B. McFarlane  and Harvey Joyce.  Mrs. E. McGonegal of the McConnell  Hotel entertained a few friends on  Thursday afternoon* in "honor of Miss  JLouEse Bevan. The. invited guests  were Misses Evelyn ������n#Louise Br van  Mrs. A. Howard, Mrs. Dan McDonuld,  Mrs: A. Ragotte, Mrs. C. B. Paulson  of Spokane.'  Mr. and Mrs.; C. It. Paulson and  children, Ktiihleen and Junior, came  un from Spoliane last week, to spend  part of the euiumer at their home  here. They left on Saturday on on  an auto trip toyXi-ako; Louise, Banff and  Calgary and will be gone u couple of  weeks.  '���������';  : Mr. and Mrs. N. ...W". Joyce and  family, who hWe resided here for the  piist three years, duriny which tlto*.*  hu wiih shipper for tbe -Coiiitieiitul  Lumber and & Polo Company, U*ft on  Monday by auto for Vancouver* where  they intend to make their home.  The boys* team wits at Canyon for a  baseball game with Canyon juniors on  Saturday, and Kitchener came home  winners 28 to IB. Our team did great  woik, Liidwig Anderson hitting out  two home runs. So far this year  Kitchener hns Boat but one game���������to  C.fcBton school. Keep It up boys, the  fans lllto winners.  Ii mibnrdo. They left on Wednesday  f ������r Revelstoke, where Dominic is*  employed as a C.P.R. fireman.  Jdrs.S.E.Tanner*and sons, James and  Elward, arrived on .Tuesday from  Calgary, Altlerta, and will occupy the  Loasby home for r couple-of months,  whilst Mrs. Loasby lb holidaying overseas. .  This week Sirbdar friends said au  revoir to Mrs. 'Martin and Mrs.  Loasby, who "have just left on a ten  weeks* vacation trip that will tak  them to points in the British IslesV  Belgium .and France. They will spend  a day with friends in "Winnipeg and  Ottawa and sail from Montreal on  July 0th, on the C.P.R. liner Mont-  clare, and will be accompanied by  Mrs. and Miss McOlenaban of Ottawa,  _.'.,!    -    . Z"*_ a- ���������I -8 ������  'l... __.''  '������������������.'-������      ������������������-.'���������������������     _...<_.���������_.  who were*visitoi-s here  Mr.  and Mrs. Loastly.  from Cherbourg on  return voyage.  lust fall with  They .will sail  August 20 on the  "St^-mMrrifP^tWi^SfSSfil.* t_^|gy ffl_p *Ey.  Bev. S. Newby,. wITI be here for  Church of England flow Ice yon ^Sunday  at 8 p.m.. at the tfiiited Church.  G. Alblow last week disposed of hie  black.team to George Jacks of Lister,  who will use it on the mail haul  between tbat poinb and CitiAlom.  Mr. Bcnttie, a 6. P.R. tie inspector,  of waldo, was a visitor, hero, at < tho  weekond, tho guoatof W. Hldd.  At tho meeting, of fche Water- TJuors  Association .on Su j'ui-day night the  contract for putting In about, a mile  und a Quarter of new 'ditch wim*  iiwarded Pete Bnrn������, who commences  digging next month*  J Miss Dimniock., who .haa _beep  v^ifeihg^ith' Mi-a.""Joryrft,a't. -I^ston,  spent a couple of ������_tays here last sveek'  a"t'"Hhte. E^nl*6y-iwnch������ys "-^"y  Wallace Sinclair left on Friday last"  to spend the summer vacation with  relatives in   Vanconver,   going   with  Principal Jenks, Via Pbrthlll,|Bonners  Ferry -wid Spokane.  , History is to be made at tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs^Demchuk in the  Huscroft "-area on Wednesday. Jane  30th, when a double wedding will be  celebrated, of which we hope to have  particulars next week,  Messrs. Fred Hives, W. Couch and  Writ. Blower of Mnllan, Idaho, came  in lust week with Wm. Mitchell to  make an inspection of .the area with a  vsqva* to taking up some of the improv  ed plilces. At least two of them -were  favorably impressed and are cotumuQv  cating with the L.S.B. "liPit.b a ylaw  to buying, --yy      ..'.';;>.:;���������-'*; ���������:������������������*��������� yy'__'-'y k.^  , The school meeting -will be held  on July 10th, when it wilt he needful to  elect a, trustee to succeed Mrs, Powers",  whose term has expired. F. N.  Thompson's term as auditor is also up  und this honoinry position will also  have to be filled. -V -  ..'*.'.'       '    ..' ' '       Z. ���������. \  Lister is having special attention in  the church service line this week.  On Sunday ufti-rnoon the Canyon  ohnir' was here assisting with the  service In y the United Oh arch. On  Monday afternoon i-tev. S..'..Newby bad  a Church of England Suwday school  and service at night,  Mr. and Mrs. Cull ot Vancouver are  motor visitors here with Mrs. Hobden,  arriving late last week. They  are accompanied by Miss Muriel  Hobden of that city, who is home for  bite uuniiiier vacjilloir*. ���������*  7" Mrs. BotterUl, who" has been a-  j%ifcor at Dover, Idaho j for the past  f^w weeks, arrived home on Frikay,   "  - Ericksoa will have an" outdoor  church service at G, Cartwright lawn  on S.b-^-lay evefaing, 7^0., Bev. J.  Hei-adman will speak anct Trinity United choir wjill furnish the musie^. A  free auto. ^rvice is being provided  wbrshippersfrsmi Creston.  = "j*  The evening  of , Wednesday,   July  28th is booked for" a gatden party a^  the  home  of   W.~ H;  Kemp   under  Christ Church auspices.  TMr. and Mrs.7Harvey Cartwright of  Begina Sask., are visitors here this  week .with  Mr. v and Mrs. " E. Catt-  wrightr)   They eame in by auto   via  the Banff-Windermere highway.  friends of _ Miss Kitty i Littiejohn  will * be pleased .to "* hear' she was  aiiccessfaHn all, the exams, at the  Victoria Normal School - the past  term, and has been granted the usual  teachers' certificate.  The annual school meeting is carded  for next Saturday eveping &������ 7 o'clock ������  E. Cartwrighfs term as trustee has  expired and a successor will have to  f be elected.   Also an auditor.  The .year-end school report issued  by Miss Trembath, for Division 1" of  "Eriekson school is as follows: Winners of-honor rolls': Attendance-  Frances Handley,. _, Deportment���������  MarcellaSanford.   . -  Promoted to Grade .8���������Mareella Sns- -  ford, Lyle Kemp, Harold Davis, Bich>-  ard Thuteton, Ruth Cartwright, Stanley Sanfbrd, Marguerite Speaker,  Francis Byrne, Dahlia Speaker, George  Willis.  Promoted to Grade 7���������Douglas Put-  ham, Lloyd. Cartwright, Sam Thomas.  *- Promoted to Grade 6���������Muriel Thnrs-  t^v^^s^-Willlrjt LetharDaviai Fmaces  Ban-^y^Sid-ney" Scott, aoberfc Me-  Master.   " "��������� ���������" *_'-7 ,        '7.' .  In Division &J^i-^'Fe^ta*san,__i.sepor&  is as follows s Honor Bolls'; Proficiency  ���������Kathleen "Bundy.. - Deportment-  Sandy Telford. Attendance���������James  Scott.   Special prfee for best collection  of wild Sowers-T-S-tidie Fraser.  *-, Promoted to Grade 2b���������Helen Dodds  Evelyn Speaker, Helen Staples, James  Scott, Mac McMaeter.  Promoted to Grade Sib���������Kathleen  Bundy, Otho McMaster, Milton Fraser.  Promoted to Grade 4b���������Sandy Telford, Betty Kemp. Rodney Putnam,  Qn trial���������Stella Davis.  Promoted to Grade 5b���������Robert  Speaker, Corrie Celli. Sadie Fraser,  Mary Giexton. On trial���������Boy - Pen-  son, Hunter Putnam.  George .Mitchell,   Ned   Smith*   Irene  Wellspring.  Promoted on condition - from Grade  VL to Grade VIL.- Fred Yerbury.  Winners of MaoLean Certificates in  Writing���������Billy Yerbury, Ned Smith,  Irene Wellspring,  Wallace  Slnclair,-  Peggy Smith. "V  EVENING  A remarkable feature to the year end  school report 3s that Charles Malthouse Is again thown as winner of tlie  honor roll for regularity nnd punctuality In attendance���������the third year in  succession that he lute won this  distinction. -The following are the  honor roll xvinnerw for the year, as  well hi. a Hat of those prontotedsx  Honor  Rolls:     Proficiency ���������JLick  law  eHgga ^^Jffl^    ^B^^  The Piresbyfcerianr Ladies' Aid  are holding a .Lawn Social  at MKS. HENBERSON'S  iJlil|   il  Mr. nnd Mra. T. Hlckby and MlM8iBl|,a>     Deportment ��������� Jamee  Byrne.  Foit SA-uts���������One hay loader, eoveral  Mas-tey-Hatrls mowers, thresher's  (ikv.U   miiimr>.   nSri|������I������.   mriHt.t.r^Mii,     n-nwx  Everybody   Come!lg^^6^���������r,cpok���������8toVft, aBUlir"  Edna, Mto yawny opr ��������������� motor trip to  Claresholni;^ Albertw, * where Mra.  Hickey will visit for a month, for the  benefit of her health.  ������.������._���������**,,'      , m      *.%.,,���������,   '%J-. J.^.U* *s.|l    t^Aw^*^        ^,a^.JH  l*.llDK<1'**at*t'������*   4jm     mim.mr     uuuuaaaaaa   ww^w     Uauan^  that moans n������o������t everyone���������should be  Punctuality nnd I"U.'������nlQ.rIty���������Charle-s  Malthouse.  ���������<   Promoted from Grade VII. to Grade  VIIL-JTack Bird. **   .  PrOSStt-Jt*-**.   fro"**"?.   ���������C?'!**1'.-'!'-" V��������� ijr������  CArmii**  VL���������Peggy Smith, Wallace Sincluir,  SIX to TEN p.*m.  A\Great Variety of  ~~" JEnterfcainmenit  mWS^*S*'l*S������*^*t ^������������������"^���������^^W    mKrW*0S*rSS*>*anim^*t^m*wW*> *^"^^������^^^^ ���������"������*  will be pw>vided.  JU'V'isHYBO^Y  WELCOHE *  THE    REVIEW,  Discovers Why Axis "  Of   Earth   Wobbles  Due  Ocean  fffrdaby  _ Best  YorYoU  to Tides in Pacific  Astronomer Announces  Captain. Thomas J. J. See; U.S.N:,  mathematician "and government astronomer at Mare Island, near San  Francisco, announced that he has cMs-  covered the cause of variation of latitude or the periodic ���������'���������wobble" of the  earth's axis.  Professor See said he had demonstrated mathematically that the phenomena of the Polar motion or the shift  of the earth's axis iiv'the globe, which  have interested -scientists for many  .years, are due to the tides in the Pacific Ocean. This discovery wa^; the  result of 40 year's study of the tides  and" the findings under his hypothesis  agree exactly with astronomical observations in many countries over a  period of 35 years.  The discovery. Prof. See said, is one  of. the most notable triumphs in the  physics of the earth and in exact astronomy in theyiast century^  The newly-discovered process for  keeping track of the motion of tlie-.  axis of the earth,, will be of scientific  value because heretofore it has been  necessary to calculate the amplitude  and period of th oscillation empirically, by actual observation of many stations "oh.the earth's surface.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  .BRIEFLY TOLD  During last year 1,152 drunken motorists were deprived, of their licenses  in the state of Newr Jersey.  Sir Sifton Brancker, Bi-itish civil  aviation head, says he plans a landing  stage at Galway J'or trans-Atlantic  aeroplanes. ���������'-.'.-  'Nevr Zealand's export of apples last  year reached the record total of 600,-  000 c^ses, wiih amplig left for home  market.  Coffins containing two mummified  horses, the first ever discovered ln  Egypt, hare, been found in the pyramids of Sakkara, south of Cairo.  Geological surveys in Bx-itish Columbia have cost the federal treasury  $1,171,410 since 1871. In the last/our  fiscal years it has averaged, from $55,-  000 to $60,000.     - ���������*  Aerial traffic between the United  States and Canada may soon be directed through "air gates" designated by  mutual agreement cf the two governments.  The owners of black opals are extremely lucky people at present, contrary to the accepted superstition, foi*  the value of these gems id rising as  they become moro and more scarce.  The mines in Australia which produce  them are giving out and no new  sources have been discovered.  Proves  Mother Is  Yolir Closest Friend  Jersey  City.    Mr.   J    Pauli  writes":  "I awakened each morning with an,  unpleasant taste a.nd. was often reminded by my Mother that my-breath  was daisagreeahle. I tried ��������� perfumed  tablets, mouth washes aud other cam-  ouflfig.es which gave* temporary relief.  After consulting my dentist, and "find-,  ing my���������.-teeth7 in good condition, a  friend suggested my trouble was constipation. Af ter taking a few doses  of Carter's Little Liver P^Hs my stomach alid bowels were relieved, foul and  Impure gases  eliminated."  Druggists, 25 & 75c retTpaclVages.  .'   ���������'. '7-y;    y ;"..���������".'. - . - -      i.. **  "Was Oldest Mason  In West  Andrew, E. Rea, believed to have  been the oldest Mason in" Western.  Canada,. is dead. . He was SO years  old and had lived in the district for^O  years. Mr. Rea who was born' in  Kingston, Ont.,; was a Master Mason  foi*1 49 years. '  COMFORT DEPENDS  Softly-Flaring     , Yet  Silhouette  Slender  Pains In Back Subdued  Sore Chest Relieved  A   Nova  Scat.an  Tells  How She Overcame   Her Troubles  With  NERVILINE  "I conoid.*-/ Nervillii'* the best ri'm-  ������-dy ior a cold, son- throat or tightness nrro-��������������������������������������������� the chf,--.t," writes Miss*  Lucy Mother t rom Windsor, N.S. "For  many y nr:- our horn<* has  never been  wirhr.ijt  JS.- ���������  -v i'i no.  I  liad  a  cold  on  rny     r.-'_.������  ���������Jrlt.  "hat  fourteen   *  ���������envdie:-.  r*ou!'_n't  hr.  nk up-  1  rubbed  on Nor-  vllinc-  11  ir-fi-  ti-]l<-"������  :l   d.iy,   us<  d  Ni'i'vi  Sin*-'   .<:������������������  :i   V  ���������if).l������'   and   wa..;   er  mph-t'ly  restored  .*  Iff,   b  or-HlVse   N*'I  ���������vtihio  is  so   powi  -rfu  .     !-���������'������     V  ���������net nil int*.  so   sun-  *���������"*}         *' '   '!  I ' - '  ' a.    4  -on ".'-7  or.   th***   it  f!    llj-f'<l  In mo'-i  hu  '<������������������������������������..   l*ot  t lu' proven'Ion and  V'-ll.-f  ol  ll 1  ltindrei  minor III.--  (Jot. i-  V,~r..    hot III;  tn-dijy,  A r;    ".-,'  ���������  u  I'l'-r,-:-.  Mil   .it,   -���������   il  :ii.;j.'i-riiiM  r- *!tif-1 io  i.  ii  i   ti.---  t,  ix   h-vy   i .  ono  _.-|-������-  (.''���������-.���������lar")    1  IV    t  ha-    iiisvoi i' y.  ' me  ���������i'-'M  of   ".-I"  itiin-s.'    '-  lo   hav-'*  ri   ;it-rui  II H-  no hon*  v   ',-iri   n-iid  The styling of printed silk on tailored lines is a venture in its expression  that is meeting with  the  approval  of  the modish  woman.      Cut  with-front  fastening from neck to hem "In ���������'an unbroken line, this clever frock presents  a   slenderizing    silhouette    altogether  flattering to'the woman of larger proportions. The \ipper part of the frock  molds lire figure to thn hip-line, where  it: springs into a  graceful  flare at the  fides  and back,  the   front  being  perfectly flat.      A long lie collar of contracting   color   material     is     -vfrapped  about  the Ihront, but the collar is'adjustable and may  be worn open with  iho  lies hanging in  front.      The  long  Hot-in sloevPH are trimmed wllh tailored  ourfs mat citing 11m matorlal of Hip  pointed   patch   pocket  and   1 lo   collar.  No.  1333   in   la si7.<>.4 .-JS. 40.  42,  -14, 40  and -IS inches bust.      Si/.-_- 40 bust re-  rjuire:. 4  yarjls Hfl-lnch 'IlgureiVjinrt  ',������  viirit phi in niau-'rinl.      Pric** 20 con Is.  Our   Fashion   I'nol*,   illustrating   Uio"  tu v.'ost. nnd most prn._ilr.al sly lea, will  ho   of  ini<ji'������*st  to ovory   honif  dress-|  in-ikor.'       Price  of   tho  book   10  cents j  tii.- i.-ojiy,  Weak   Stomachs   Can   be   Made  Strong Through the Use of Dr.  ���������WiUiattis' Pink Pills  The    sufferer    from   indigestion   is  greatly   to be  pittied.       This  trouble  assumes    various    forms such as pain  after eating, gas.on the stomach, sour  stonfaeh    an tl    often    vomiting    after  meals.       The sufferer  cannot get  relief    by    cutting . down his  food to "a  starvation basis.      That only still further weakens.      What is    needed    is  better   digestion/not   a   poorer   diet.  And the way to get a better digestion  is to so enrich the blood that the stomach will do the work nature intended.  As  a   tonid- for build ing up the blood  nothing, else  can equal  Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.    As.this new blood coursed  through the  veins  strength  and  tone  is given the stomach   and   the   pangs  of,   indigestion   daisappear:"'    Not only  this/the whole system is strengthehed  and  new  life  and  v-Ini  comes  to  the  former   sufferer.       The   value   of   Dr.  Williams' Pink   Pills  in  cases  of this  kind  is -proved  by   the   expsrienc3   of  Mr.    E.    G.    Malcolm,  Port Malcolm,  N.'S., "who  says:���������"For  several  years  I was a great sufferer    from -^Indigestion.      I could not eat meat or potatoes,   and  often  could not  retain  tne  food I did eat.      Only those who have  been afflicted with this    trouble    cais  realize   the   suffering   I _end.ure<l.       t  took a lot of doctors'-medicine, but It  did not give me more than temporary  relief.       I  also   took   oilier   remedies  recommended, with  no-better results.  Then I road in a newspaper the case  of a woman whose    symptoins    weris  .like^my own,  who  found new 'health  through Dry-Williams' Pink Pills.      1  at once got a supply of these plllg.and  had not taken ihem very long when 1  began  to  find-relief.      Thus" encouraged I continued the use of the pill*sP  and. I can but sum up what tliey <_ftcl  for me by saying that they made me  feel like a new man.   -"Every trace of  the trouble has disappeared nnd I can  now eat. and enjoy .my meals as well as  anyone.-1  i. * You  can  get  these  pl'ls- from  any  medicine ^lealer or by mail at 50 cents  ,a box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co.-, Brockville, Ont.  Horizontal  -A    relish    of, vegetables or fruit   (pi.").  6���������The mouth of a volcano. ^  11���������That think.  12���������A green vegetable,  13���������Assist.  14���������Tharriian.  15���������A man versed in the  art of government.  . 18���������-A. beverage.      ' ,  20;���������Erases.  21���������Before, ' ���������  23���������Sinful.  25���������Turf.  26���������Not  odd.  27���������to. lease again.  29���������Unsuitable.  30���������One who  eats beef.  31���������In the fore part of. a  j vessel-:...  33���������Nickname.  36r-Oceans.  37���������-Nine and one.  39���������A cleansing  40���������Rigid-.  41���������Took  out  the bones.  43���������An edible grain. ;  44���������Slopingly.  4-,���������Negative.  49���������Female of the sheep.  J50���������To        increase        by  scanty addition.  51���������Myself.  5-2;���������Experiments.  53���������-Recompense.  '������������������ ��������� Vertical  1^���������A relative.  ��������� 2���������Near. "   "  3-^Sui table.  4���������Deprived or desti Lute  .   hf,]ife.y.:  5���������Sui-feits.  6���������-Covered with a case.  7���������-Borders.  S���������^'Girl's  name,    l *  '������������������.���������"?:-���������"An expressiofi. of inquiry   or  slight  sur-  *     prise.  10���������To become less severe or intense.  15���������-Boats.,   propelled  y 7.. '-sail!?.  36���������Act of elopil^g.  1"7:���������-Nevet - again.  \  19���������-First woman.  22-^-A corded material.  24���������Ogles. ���������'.'  26-r-Alatt's name <Bib.).  28���������A mound, in golf.  29-���������Belonging to 3t.  31���������Agree.  32���������Charge for services.  3.4���������-An inlet of the sea.  35���������-UncLos.ed.  37���������'Tunes..  38-���������F'reshe:r.  41���������To cry v ehe mentl y.  42���������A levee.  .45���������^A" meadow.  46���������To unite by stitches.  48���������Con Junct ton.  51-tj-A   title    of courtesy  y   <abbr>;  Gopher Poisons  Answer to Last Week's Paizzle  Bio-  The   flnul   tost vof  personality  sists In oxchnnging a   check   for  con-  fiaa  By  V. *W. Jacksotir Professor of  y ^o-gy, Marrltoba*- Agricultural  yyyy :-7--j-y..-;.���������.college.;''.';y  - AH go'phoi- poisons "contain strych-  ninej? they...-differ only in7amount and.  mixture..- y -The-ga^verrrtAendystandard  is 12 grains of strychnihey^iilphateyper  fluid, ounce or 2.5 pervcent., or about  42 grams of_ strychnine to a gallon*bf  water"tb treat as much grain as? will  soak it up. Strychnine has two forms  ���������the .natural alkaloid and -the sulphate crystals, which are more soluble  but less poisonous, so that it takes"5  ounces of the sulphate to be equal to  4 ounces of, the alkaloid���������-so .the ->ulL  phate y more commonly useil because  cheaper and more soluble. But  gopher poison must be made attractive  and alluring with sweetness and  aromp.. ���������  Thq North Dakotaymixture.contains  glycerine,    saccharine,    molasses and*  baking soda. The Canada^vinegar mix-.  ture depends upon vinegar for its fi������v-  or and  aroma.      Other mixtures "use.  aniseed  oil for  flavor  and aroma���������all I  good In their way, all effective in pro  'portion to the strychnine present.  The    North    Dakota mixture is Lhe'i-  most    popular    homemade, olio,    sinul  made" as  follows, for quarter-section,  section, or-municipality.  Section    Municipal.  Life On Mars -Quite Probable  Prof. C. A. Chant, of the Universlty  of Toronto, iold)the convention of the  Ontario Educational Asscia.tion there  that the existence of life on tlie planet  Mars was" more than a. possibility,  according to conclusions drawn from  obsea"vations made in 1924 ^hen the  planet approached close to the earth.  Prof. Chant described , the work of  the astronomers who observed Mars  durfng .that .period... !  ������4 Section  in .a strange town,^  For  20      q.s.  Rose.���������T  wol-ider   wby  no  ono   ever  goes picnicking In. the winter time.  Rosier.���������There ar..e no an's!  "bats  3 bus. or   300  100 quarts  bus.  Add  How To Order Patterns  "oss���������Winnipeg Nowsprtpor Union,  TS   McDormot.   Ave..   Winnipeg  Paflorn No .Size.  RAD ACHE!  Tint li<" I h<" lo  in    Winer.1  N.irn n  Pal pita ted  25 Be ������      b H es CH  Faisiting Spells  Mrs, J. Wilson, Port Goorco, N.S.,  writes:���������r'-*! BiilTorod from palnitalion  of tlio heart nnrl fainting sp-oll--, aiid,  nt times, I could not bo loft alono I  WUH   SO   IIOl'VOUH.  My troubl-o wan cn.ns.od from over-  wi'-rlc, and worry, having been lcCt  aloiio witli  n 1-i.rgo* family.  1. hud Irici! ovorythln*f, wit-hont any  rclicif, but I l-n-ow, lo-duy, 1l>������t I  would luivn boon A norvoua wrcc}t  but for your wonderful  Vv  aN*.      IJ.      |f!2S  New Heat iReciat'-i(j Metal  T'liitiillirn,   11   lieu/   inn-till   f-or   hmo   In  ' oh'f.-.i'i'loal  worl*  v,-li</i**: )"t'*-al  r* rls;liin������-������*  . 10   h������aiil    '*>i.r)   ;icld.i   Ih   r^'iiulroil,  i.i   hiiIiI  ro lio't   l.Cod tlino:.   loriKi-r  Ht:m  pl.-ilfn-  : urn und I��������� v ono-i w������-ni Joth ii.-i ebon p.  I Use Minard'n Liniment In the f.t.iblea  5 _  0  5  1 l,i  %  07.B.  OKB.  OKS.  Pts.  OXS.  OX.  3^  30      mln.  $2   for  1,200  32*  :t������  22  62 Vis  50  lbs.-  IbB.  lbs,  RBl.  " lbs.  OZB.  brs.  Tli-ciH-ft V.\\������ 11 r-o- for nuio 116 nil dniK-  fZ������Hin   and   (Icnli-r-n;   pi"t   up  only   by  "'h.** ,|r-. ilhlb-iirs. "Co,  Oat/  ���������irait*?'** '.���������.'*-"r->"*"to,  1 oz. stryclm tne  1 oz. baking soda  1 oz. starch  '/it ��������� Jrt-r ntotass'es  Tblsp, glycerEne  % ok. saccharine  Labor    30    mins.  Probably cost, $2 for 1,200 gopher"  holes or average quarter Heel Ion.*  Approxlnuitt'ly $8.00 .for *6,000 gopher  Iiolo������, . arerngo Red Ion. 600|00p  gopher holes, 1O0 sectionR (hall* municipality), .f 800.00.  - Make 1 a pint ol' hot rlurch paste  flrwtiind slowly ell't Hi .tho ������l.rycbnluo  nnd- Hoclu powder and stir ko It will not  boil over. -Then add the inolas"Bes,  glycerine titul.<Huccluuin'o and stir woll.  Then pour tha warm iniVlure oyor 20  ciunrtst of elR'an onls. Cosl������. nboul 2c  I'or 10 gopher holes and saveB bURlir-lB  ol' Kmin and a bumpy Held, if done In  lime CApril nnd May).  Mrs* J. W. Thrush  "Com ft a in  ���������r-vewlnk, old  '���������A.fi".*UI    I  llnmW,"  "Nevn'-r mind,  dine wllh  me tomorrow  a-uun."  oau'l  "v--.  I'm   poln;*   to   nee  bring him  along  m>  loo,  Mlnard'a Liniment for burns  ���������   T ���������Ta-10 Bhaw Studio  Hamilton, Out,���������"For over tTircc  years 'I- suffered with severe ���������* nervous  -headaches, When, I \vowld get these  spell3 J wriuld have-to h-fve-.up and pro  to bed. They would occur about every  two ���������weeks.'"! tried everything I heard  of but Rot no relic* until 3 began takinR.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and  the Tl can ant relit*'-a." Pj* -the tiwe t  bad taken two bottles. I found a wonderful improvement, and four ,bottles  overcame the trouble. I Uave\u*ivdi-  Bincc suffered from beadaclics o-f any  port/'���������Mrs. J. W., Thrush, 41 Margaret! St.  -Go to your ndnhbrirlioad -IniR. store  ol: once and ohm in this Prescription in  table's or liquid, or hcihI 10 centa t,*������  Dr, Pierce's Laboratory in 13ri*lBt_bur|$,  Oljt.f     To*       Lit JU1     JJaUCjvUii C������  V y  -i .������*.  \  TEM   RBIVXEW,   CKESTON,   B.   C.  a,v������isi?  Don't Hm.it your enjoyment of Mustard to occasional use  with Cold Meats. It gives more flavor to hot meats too���������  sharpens the appetite* iieutralizes the richness of fat foods  and makes them easier to digest.  Kfan  J^__ j-~*k *... ^    ���������   **> i ��������� . _ '' " -" **. *'   - --.j-  inink one," did you say? I'll make it  a bargaia_?beca*use you didn't forget  old.DatMyi'Gdhen. It's straight from  Fifth Avenue.**. v '  "'--Never' mind* the Daddy Cohen  stuff," Joanna, admonished him. "Trot  out the wrap. 2've been looking at it  for- three years now. r just want  to get tt out of your window���������its'tired.  on the eyes." '   *  Mr...Cohen -was not to be bantered.;  even about his famous mink wrap,  whiph he kept in his window Jn the  day time and in" his safe at night���������his  one real bit of honest merchandise,  and his_ proudest advertisement. He  brought the wrap, with elaborate tend-  ;_erness; from its "window stand'. Joanna,  her own ' cloak thrown across the  'counter, "put on the coveted mink with  true -.nonchalance'. - She found all  sorts   of  fault -with   It,   accused* it  of  being nofseeond; but third hand, and  '.*.... _j_.      _  _.  7     *Cbj>yrl4htI$25by-I.  Published by arrangement with   First   National   Pictures,   Inc.  '"a ".        THE*"STORY THUS  FAR  of  ~-     Joanna, pretty, flapperish, -shop girl  '.is informed by Graydon, her employer,  ",-that an unknown man has given her a:  *: million dollars  to spend.      There are  .' no   "strings"   to   the   gift,   she   is   not  o-eveu to know the name  ot"  the bene-  yfactor. Overwhelmed bj- this undreamed of weatth, unable to comprehend it-  she  confronts   banker     Eggleston     to  , learn only that the    story    is'   true���������  other than-that he can-tell her nothing.  At the bank- she meets Bi-andbn, ruan-  about;town/    nephew"   of  the .banker.  . He helps hei- draw* her first cheek and  ". sardonically  informs   her  that   he  in-  ;" tends to make love to her.      With ten  ."-thousand    dollai-s-.   Joanno leaves the  bank and goes to her furriers���������a" cheap  side-street store���������to buy   a    new    fur  coat.  CHAPTER   IV.���������(^Continued).   -"  "Oh, I see!" he breathed. "Excuse me Miss, for' thinking you would  bother with giving.* me a datey .' I-  might a' known you "was bait for big  -fish only. _ Where to, did you -say  Miss?"  Joanna snapped her-bag. The .lines  that'some of "her- boys^.wbuld- 'have-  recognized as sure signs ofy a squalj,  formed about her lips���������the^ihuch too-  red* lips.  j "Say, you!" she* said;' "Take a. look  at your license.      It's for driving,. and  it says  nothing  about Ash.       So  ge*t  -along(   and    see    if  -j-ou    can    steer  straight."  Tlie chauffeur  "And where to,'  still vory stiff.'  "I'd liko to tell you one place���������but  you* can go there when I'm done wita  you. , Meantime just pull up in front  of my furrier's, will you?1*  He . touched ...his ..cap and received  tho address. "My furrier's" proved  to be in a neighborhood not frequented by the most fashionable shoppers���������  in "fact, by th emo'st unfashionable ones  \-f  was   not  impressed.  Miss*?"  he   repeated,  only, fhose that dealt,in installments  The name was Cohen. s  Mr. Cohen came out of the back of  his store, in response to the clamorous  clanging- or the bell set off by tlie  opening of bis door. As was his custom, he had set his facejnto its blandest formations. When he saw that  his caller was "Miss Twenty-seven,"  his fa.ce became stern. .He assumed  his most relentness manner, and tinged it with suspicion.  "This isn't a boll day,"' he "greeted  the girt*: "Fired?"     -  "Yep!" she returned., with a  brightness* that irritated him. _ -  THEY SUFFER  OMOR  \ Two Women Owe Health  to Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  St,   Adplphc, Manitoba.  'I was  very weak and had fereat pains during ;-.  my periods so that-'  I could not sweep"*.'  the floor.    The.  pains were in the  rightsifle and -ex- ���������  tended to the left *  and then d o w n-  wards. It seemed  aa if the body was,  heavy and upaidc'.-  down.    It  .a .for  these   troublps  I  took ._h-_ Veptetn- '   ,       __Jblc Compound,   I  saw about it in a paper and one woman prevailed on me to take it. It  has helped me in every way, tho  paina arc leaf-", {ind I havo more appetite. It in a pleaHure to recommend  Lydia E. Pinkhnm'n Vejcetablo Compound to other women. "���������Lk<\ I>e-  LOitMB, St. Adolpho, Manitoba....  Fouiii-3 Great Relief  Toronto,Ont. ��������� MI am nt the Change,  of Life with Iiot'..flashes,' disszihesa.  weakness  and  nervousness: -'1 had-  head noisca and wail abort of breath.  I wiih thifl -way about six mon thf- when  1 re. n r 1 nhnut f.yrlia F. Pink lin m 'a V><"K-  etab'lo'Con-ipour.d in the newspapers-.���������-  riinvo taken ei^lyt bottles ho far nnd  found ft-ivat relief, "-^ Mra.IL.LS^i-a-'  MON% 11i* Lawlor Ave, Toronto, Ont.  ii^llw-l^trtWiWiit'WlllWt^^  V.  L).  I Ui*  .-���������"JMev.er    mind   -the     Daddy    Cohen  .stuff,"    Joanna    adrnonished.      "Trot  out the wrap."     '* "A  ���������*,���������'-.' - - ' ' " .'.^V';".' ".   ���������'  ���������;, 'So that's hojBV;y>ity seems to you,  -Miss?" hey threatened her. "Well,  just .hear this,^-you ; jpony tip the  twelve dollars that's, overdue/ on tii at  coat, and you give me two w-eelcs  ahead, that's tw^iye. dollars sua org, -or  you leave the cda^*''*'un;(_lerBtEind?"^-  .';" VSuro I understand," Joanna ro-  turned. '"But It ybu'vo got time to  .put the conversation on Ice for a bit,  suppose ^you" slipyjne-- that secondhand  thing you've had. iri your window since  .your grandmother, dledr-th'e one thai  Jooks like a good'Imitation'of mink.  ���������Xt' it's not moth tjateiijjhaybe I'll take  il: along."    - .''".���������.,  ,-"*  ..-'"Her furrier/'.: twelve dollars her  creditor, twelve dollars that he  snyf yanlsh., -In- the 'abyss pi' a 16st  job, advanced upon her with his  hands speaking in eloauent announce-  ment . of a ��������� threatening torrent of  ,wor*ls.i .^ut before ,the"*woi*dt|.caine  he glimpsed  through  the glass panes  0 I" hi b' b hop d o o r, the -ox po as Wa 1 lmoUs>-  ine at the*/ curbing. He gave a puzzled, glance ut tho girl and saw In her  a connection between tbo .automobile,  hor-���������and lunyabsence from the store.  ��������� "How do you like 'my car?" JOunna  itiqnired.."sweetly. "I'm having my  other down En mauve, to match tlwuji-  h<ll,sk"i-,V(   JXJU   JtatlOW."        i  Mr. Cohen'H bliintMioniK returned. Hi-  'riotldod aft;.Jl li-la wlsdoniB were natlain etory to him. Mr,, Cohen 'knew  many things that werje, piore ,tir,.!������������������,  eomuicled'.with ,1iIh bUHineaa ol,r decking pretty young women in fii.t*H. He  \rau-   puternal���������almopt, ore^wt)e|j������Ing:  "i   icn������i"-   I*,   rny  dear,       I   l:nev.r Jl,  1 ulwaya uakl you way ono who's  iiiiike   lu-r   way   In   the   world.       The  pointed out to Mr. Cohen a score ot  mythical moth nest's. Then she announced quite calmly:  "Just to do you a favor,' you old  skinflint, I'll take it along. I'm going  to give it to -my maid."  "Ah," yes!" the installment ,furrie"r  retorted, with .the smile of "a trader  who has traded well; "Furs for maids,  that's the golden rule, my dear!"  Joanna knew the price. Tt haa  heen displayed with the same pride aa  had been the .coat, in the wind.ow,.  "One Thousand Dollars." "And,"  Joanna remarked as she opened her  bag, ''Worth every, cent of half that  much."    m " C  IVIr. Cohen's-eyes watered, gleamed  and grew wiser than ever when the  girl who owed him twelve dollars  "back," and nfty odd to come on her  last year!s wrapr handed. Him. three five  hundred -dollar bills with the remind-  der that she - could count the' changig  as well as he coxild.  As she turned to parade out of the  store, triumphant an her first conflict  with-s-the unpleasant figures of her  meager days, Mr. Cohen touched her  softly on her shoulder. Reaching his  lips close to where her ears nestled  under her bobbed brown hair, he**  whispered:  "Maybe the rich-gentleman-will buy  you another* oriey.spon; maybe'an ermine, this time.. I'll have one for you.  cheap���������right,from IJifth Avenue."  - Joanna;*- turned* upon him. - "What  do .,. yosfi-*: mean,, '/rijgli gentleman!-* "  she de-paaiid^d," glints-of steel._eme_Fg-  ing from her deep brown eyes.  Mr. Coheir meek and apologetic,' but  insid.ious still: ._.  "Of course, my- dear, I don't know  anything abou������ a rich gentleman. But  when a pretty girl like you buys one  mink coat,   she ^buys an  ermine  coat  I  riler- whose '-experience of lire in his  own flejd-had,taught him that "furs for  maids5/ inevitably meant "rich.gentlemen/' and into the beautiful shopping  avenues where the dreams of women  find* reflection in the store windows,  Joanna fought valiantly fto assemble  her wits and her understanding. --.  She tried to plan���������and couldn't. Her  brain, always in tune with events of  the moment, things that went on  around her, was unaccustomed to the  burden of anything that had to do with  tomorrow, or any deeper problem than  the discovery of some new zest for  today. "Once -John���������funny old. John,  who had loved her for such a long  time!���������had taken her by the shoulders, swung her around, put his hand  under her chin and forced-it up so that  she had to look up into his face, and  had sa'id:  really     marry  '   me/  "Will      you  'Joanna ?"  And.she'had said: "Sure!"  (To be continued)  A MATTER OF HEALTH  Let   Baby's   Own  Tablets   Keep  Your Children Well  ^Little children very quickly get out  o& sorts. /By prompt treatment they  "can usual!4 just as quickly be set right  sigain. * Most of their troubles'-arise  in the ffrst place from' the stomach or  bowels; that is why a 'goon* cleaning-  out ais the first thing prescribed by  the doctor. Formerly castor oil was  the means used to bring this about;  now-a-days Baby's * Own Tablets do  the same work, but without trouble  to the parent or--discomfort to "the little one. - Children take Baby's Own  Tablets happily because there is no  nasty taste and because " no griping  jlEter- pains follow their use.  As a specific for childhood indigestion, vomiting, constipation, colic,  colds, teething pains, etc., there is nothing to equal Baby's Own Tablets.  They never do harm, and always do  good." /The.Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.    .  Little Helps For This Week  Blessed  are  shall obtain mercy.'  the merciful,, ^for  they  next, and then, maybe, it's sables. And  that's the' way rich gentlemans im-  /prove if you handle them right, my  .dear���������rthey. go from mink to sables,  quick. . I'll have the sable one, too,  when the rich" gentleman that I don't  know anything about arid won't ask  no questions about is ready!"-,  Tears, tears of rage, and some more;  of fear, dimmed they deep brown eyes.  Joanna went, 'stumbling.a littie, to her  car. TBefbre the '.'.chauffeur's formal  s tiff ness, -. she shrank \ . rShe gaye him  a number "and'a street. ��������������������������� '-'y-'yy-;-  "It's where I live," sh^ said-. .'I've1  got something to do therbVand't-guess  I'll go and do It now instead pf putting1  at off." ,. -  chapter; v.  I ri the Drawing .Room'';,Qnlyv  While the ljmouslne mbyetl along in  the endless-procession of its kind, out  Of the neighborhood of -the..-'little' fur-  Requisite on the Farm. ���������Every  farmer and stock-raiser should keep' a  supply oC'tDr. Thomas' Eclectric OH  3Z on hand, not only as. a ready remedy  " for Ills in the family, but because it  is a horse and cattle medicine of great  potency. ^As a substitute for sweet  oil for horses and cattle affected by  colic it far surpasses anything that  can.be administered.  e������:f Wf /IVY ������1 A  BlICBRA  Mother's Favorite  JFor Baby's Skin  ��������� *t"h-r p.uri\ cl^nriHlng proparUea of  the So������p male*) 31 ideal for baby'*)  daily bath.'Asalated by Cuticura  Ointment h dot"-* much to prevent  liitl^ oI-.ii-* nnd ������calp troubleo bo-  coinlng ticiioua and to keep baby's  tender skin healthy nnd cl-sir, Cutlcura Talcum is soothing and cool-  i������K, Weal for baby after a bath".  Bo.mp_o Eftvh Viaea l������y MjlII. Aalilrauaa C.mh������i11_ii(  IJ������I)Oll". "llUuhou*!*. f.td., MJultrnU." l'rl������������i. Hobi*  '/Im. alllinl.ii.MiI 'Jl, snal Mm-J. 'J'ul������ur������ 2Bc.  mmp'' Cutl������nrl Sl"*vii-tt Sliclc ?.B������.        |  a������... ������.. .'I-  ii...i.ul������.l|.,.������.i....ii������ ��������� .,,,, i. mmm  Matt, y-,, 7.  Teach me  to^ feel-"another"s woe, -  "To hide the fault Isee;  That mercj-- I to others show,  .Thy mercy show to me.  ���������Alexandei*7Pope.  No one thing does human life more  need than a kind consideration *of  men's faults. Everyone sins? everyone needs forbearance. Their awn  imperfections should teach men td be  mercirul. G</d is merciful because  He is perfect, As men grow toward  the Divine^ they"become gentle, forgiving, compassionate. 'The absence  ofya merclfulyspirit is evidence of-the  want of-"true holiness. "... A souf that,  has" really entered into the life q't  Christ carries in itself a store . ot"  nourishment, aud a. cordial for helpless souls around fit.���������Henry Ward  Beecher.  Rubber Bowls For Flowers  jMow Invention Is Practical and Has  Many Advantaoea  Pliant rubber, bowls. In ebisstc design cknd various colors are iiow on the  market for growing flowering bulbs,  says Popular Mechanics. The advantages of their use are that they retain their shape, cannot break nnd'will  not mark the furniture.    Furthermore,  For Qis������el&  Hot-Water  Fill an SNIP Enameled Tea  Kettle, "Set it on the stove.  No Kettle will .boil water  . -- quicker. That-* means con-  venience, time saved, t������M>.  All SMP Enameled utensils  are very fast coming to the  - boil and in their job of cooking. Not only quicker to  cook with, but easier, snore  quickly cleaned after.    The  "���������. best any way you look at it.  Think this over.  Enameled  Save Fuel  177  liSiliiSiii  ' ;;'':J_E*vi^OR^iit.  ^'AjWmMZi  fc&&\b^z |fe;  ^__^ffirr_*^i*i^**''_""*-**^^^*���������**:*^^  VACUUM  PACKED  j^IEa' mmW^ Hr^ Eu^   _i^i^  The Song of t"he Vandal  Slash the trees. Kill the game. Fish  as you please. Miqe as you will,,  Turn all natural growth and maWial  Into cash; quickly, carelessly, and-.  without thought of."those to come. For  surely the supplies are endless; or at  least are as good as endless in our day  and generation.���������Vancouver t?lar>  No surgical operation 13 necessary in  removing--corns-If HoIloway'-s-Corri Re-  mover be used.  Not AgaEnst the Rules  Foroman.���������"V'es. I can  give  you a  job shovelling coai."  "College    Grad.���������"13ut   I   -wanted,   a  white-collar job."  Foreman.���������"-Well, I ain't -got any oh-  since they are soft and unaffected by|jeci|ons lo your Wea*ring a white col-  molaluro, they are not likely to enuse > j^." ..,        ��������� ���������  stains on nny surface upon which they \ ���������������..,,. .       ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ - ��������� ,-*    ������������������ ��������� ���������  may be placed. *  Praises this Aetlirna Remedy. AJ  grateful user of. Dr, J. ix Kellogg's!  Asthma Remedy flnds It the only rem- }  edy that will give roll el', though for  tblrtooh yvnvH he had sotiglu other,  linhta, v^n-'f* of n������**"dlo*n t'vsfit*In,**��������� mnv  bo iireventeili by using tltia vrondhrfiit j  r������-iiiedy at the iirnt warning of trouble,!  Us use la simple, its coat in slight, a/id j  It can bo purchased almost anywhere.  .   Mr,     Hunks,���������Don't     you   tlifhlc   toy  wife paints very nicely?  "Miss     JMIlpuni.  ��������� Clutrnilngly:  makes   hor  look  ho   much   y-vmiger  Kiin It.  Ii  I  LCtSR   9UREi9  ARC CUHABLC. U you BUfYer from I ana  Borea o.r Var-ieo-so I'lcat-rj*. I will sand you  AOSOLUTtELV nice ������ ropy of my f<uik������  ���������oui book tluxl I---1I-I bftw (o bo Hd of the������*  trouble* for nil ilrn?* by wsBtur i-*'3' r*������  markR.bE������ pahilesn tr������-ntn)J*rti. ��������� It \������ dlf������  t_������rvn( iruiu j-uijytJiUjjd; S^u t.vjitr lit-un'il o^.  and lh<-i rj**nll of ov*r "SS yt-nrm Rprrtalls-  Ing". Sitnsnly tw-nil yr>ur nam* ajin-tli ar{ciiv������a  lo Dr. H. J. WniTTlKn. SuSgw 39. 43t  ICa*t IIMs Slnspt. Knnaaiiii City. Mo.  THIS WfcW FKEWCH REMEDY.'  mw n m a.���������* ,_r*n ss. ___TaB___n___.__._Lfl iWB/k   *fl  5   nSK^j#4ET'l%Jini m7<w.U.^������m  m*,V M���������l ���������__���������_* W*% _Ha IQi ��������� Mp\: WmM M*U___fti  f__l*  IS      m\    SJ JQ^^| QaSI ������?*"*&, ft_^^ H ^L^^S W,   aaSt     '    V4i mS>   VtiJ-.  Mlnard'a  Liniment for backache  rf(-V#.^   H-l*i    M4a*W,M*^-Jai  wMi^������������ t Mm i������������W*  U   .4J>t    ���������^���������iw*>wl   4*4  Khln tll>i������a,M*������. Ma.S mricttranlo W������lii>ftii������������i,  ffomHi.+.itngrha*i������i������t* .orm m������r s������ r������5itrni������i������ii iri.tw  !������������_. I. i'.C-Jl'f-*-r' %(.{ fi Jia.-r-iir.-i, ���������!>���������,.. v v.' * 1 ns.Jl'.n  mt Ma������.l Ml. DO Caiathr r������'V.������a������ ������m ������.������������_|������>. frr.m  It. ������ Ws>J. fi _V4K4|t,-  -_.<--aal. XUJ((J."(JU.  -VJaU. LKUSlUW  %#^&^&*������W*Z������!8^^  $������������&&*  **aimMai!������^  W������*tmWW*M@'*M 1'HE CRESTON RBV3KW  -*������������������*  and Personal  camp  Apply  WANTED -���������Immediately,  coot" for survey parity of six.  C. Moose, surveyor in charge.  ,     .   a,  About half a dozen members of the  Trail Rangers of Trinity- United  Church are leaving at the end of tbe  wees tie-?. Hqyie to join the. Rangers*  campthai is -being conducted at the  lake at that point,  . The Young People's Council ot  Trinity United-Church are having an  ice cream and strawbsrry social on the  K^U^&lsissi":they.:"Pa*_!_ser'. & 'Maxwell  garage ott-Friday night, July 2nd. to  which all are Invited*  The frame work- off the Creston  Valley Cooperative Association store  is well along, and from present appearances Manager Palfrey man will be  doing business in the new stand hy  at least the middle of July.  This week will pretty well wind np  the strawberry shipping for the year,  though the later varieties will be  moving in small quantities for a little  longer. Strawberry shipments will  probably total 25,000 crates.  Village clerk Taylyr *had quite a  busy three days .-.f this week taking  in village taxes before the going into  effect of the 10 per ������ent. penalty on  July 1st, He states collections this  year are lully as good as in lj_$25.  Provincial police IS. McLaren -was  at Nelson on an official visit Thursday,  taking with him Nathan Palmer, who  is wanted at Sandon for jumping a  board bill. Mr. McLaren arrested  him on the  eastbound train that day.  The business section off tponyon  street is brightened up considerably  with fresh coats rf? paint on the Auditorium and' P. Burns shop. "The  latter has also had similar attention in  its interior and certainly-looks at its  oest. ,-  Miss Shannon of the high school  staff got away Oti Friday to spend the  summer vacation at her home in  Vancouver. Miss Hardy of Division  5 of the public school staff left the  same day for her h*ima near Chilli-  wack. /���������������������������'-���������-  Remember the Presbyterian I>adies'  Aid lawn social at the home off Mrs.  Henderson, Thursday evening, July  8 h,,6 to 10 o*j5lqck^ There will ;be a  variety of amusement?, and a  throughly good, time is guarantteed.  Everyone invited. ^-^_.  Mrm And Birs. Boyd of Calgary,  Alta., spent a few days here last week,  the guests of Mrs. De-rinr. whose  health is giving considerable concern.  The visiters csm& %st by aisis ssd will  visit here on their return from- a  holiday at the* coast.  Miss "Wade, fceaefeer of -Division 3  sett on Monday to spend the holidays  at her hoane at Ctove-rdale. Her  health has be**-* "UiytbinRr-^>B������t good  the past two Boonthsy And it io just  possible she no-ayhave to take ������ yea*  off from teaching to recuperate.  Trinity VoEted *2bord������ Or&xoatic  ���������lub playsd to ������ $3D bouse at-"popular  prices is. tke CwMtMrn**i*-iaty Hall at j  ���������anyoM oo������MViday oi������htv and gave a  very esetiitohiSe repeat perfbrnaance of  Safety-First.** JBalf the pvcweetls go  to- tW Canyon. United- Epwotth  Lejigjuev  Poster* aro- up for the- tumtwii -saeet-  **)g of the caUtpaye-rs- of -tftreston  aehocS ^strlrft whfcb. will fee- he&$ at  the s������*h<ixil*_hip>M*i������ ae*&t SaUtsdayr s-ven-  an.g���������.Jiuly tQtlu T^ tBtoot_twh������*������ terns as  trustee bas-espij-red'-andl there- wiM be  thffrs iratcancy to fill., aa. well as- eteetiug  an auditor*  "The* JK_rfy meeting" of CVes-tow and  District Women's tns-titu-to is announced ififor Friciay n*mlr July fSth.  1 he ladies- arc* looking Swrwcu-d to the  hows-a- m\*tt*m eeii-������pa-. tisi������������rv whicfe will  He a Seats-re of th-jfrs-frsaio-a-. The Institute piemie- wtt* M-aUso- bo iSfe-ensned and  date aamvdl far holding; (huduo*.  UnlesB the* luck of mosf taw-eat -dtf-th  aggrevau?-* the ttituattooi th* ***lone  dvtvgiT S-** -������������ nw������ en-d*. iwntf witt������ the  MBceptiow e*f of Wealthy,. Jonathan  and B&cinlcoh Red It baa- been More  ���������ave-ro thewn- usual���������these- throe- -varle-  sie������ t-efn-g- thtr tmftf own-*- that will  -racgol-te tot-ua-d tl^nfog this season-.  'JVf-nfty Volte* <Tbore"b wBB hold a>  fc_,w������ jM������--������i*M������ ftt tlie* g^OaOttySta. of Geo  ijttrtwwifiii^i. Mtr'wmMiw. tm Sw^S-ay  ������vmr*ing������> J������������.y -itK at 1.?&~ Can* will  eonvey the tOestow cong-������������g������lMJwt- tn*m  the po-.toflie.t- between 1 and 7.80.  Everybody Is iw*rited' antl weleoimed to  tnis wtvXtw. There will, of course,  be no nervlce h������ tho church.  The nnntml banket plenleof Creaton  ranch, commencing at 2o'clock. Some  speeches will he delivered during the  afternoon, and a good time is  assured. Couae one and all and enjoy  the fun���������and bring your baskets, too.  There-will be a refreshment booth on  the ground. ^~*~~-  Kaslo Kootenaiam Miss Grace Com  fort left for her home in Greston on  Tuesday. 'She was accompanied by  Ashley B. C. Cooper, of Trail, to  whom she will be married on" Wednesday. She will be .very much missed  at Johnson's Landing, as she had  become very popular with her pupils  ���������ho had nsade.'grsat porgress sn their  studies during ber three years  residence amongst them.  R. B. Staples is leavinglon Thursday  to take on the season's work as  purchasing agent for the Nas*h-Sim-  ington Co., Ltd., going by way of  Calgary.Adbeita. He will be in the  market for about 1500 cars of apples,  and will likely make headquarters at  Kelowna,- -visiting Creston at least-  fortnightly to keepjl in touch with  Creston Growers, Limited, affairs*  with P. V. Staples in cbaige as assistant manager.  _ Mr. I>enny8 of Salmon Arm, a  Dominion deprirtment df agriculture  entomologist, is spending some days  in the Valley and with horticulturist  Twigg is making a fight to end the  potato bug pest tbat has. shown itself  at West Ci-eston. Mr.' JDennys bas  been in the Cranprook-district for  several weeks, the potato hugs being  very much,in evidence at seveial East  Kootenay points. He is accompanied  by Mnv Dennys, who is a guest of  Miss Vickers. .���������  to be 9000 crate, of plums and prunes,  of wliich there were none a, year ago.  No hope is held out for apricots and  peaches* and the cherry" ertip Is set  dowo at 600 crates- as ugainsfe oo eifop  ab all iu 1835.  CowPobSaxb���������Hbletein^T B test-,  ed, gives 20 quatcts-of snilk per dlayC  Mrs. R. Dalbontn Wynndel. -  The department of horticulture at  Victoria has given out .the first estimate of the B.C. 1026 fruit crop, which  shows an expected yield of 125,000  boxes of apples, at Creston, compared  with 44,000 in 1926. There may be 2000  boxes of pears; there were none in  1925. Crabapples show a drop from  8400 to 8000 boxes, and there is likely  j*  wee  in  OHft  I19  rices  :*.  Coincident with the reductions in the price of Ford curs and trucks  in the United States, the Ford Motor Company of" Canada, Limited,  announces the following prices, effective June 19.  -,  -a    ��������� k ' .;'���������.���������-*��������� "  ,_.*���������-!_-^..    '*'.''.': *v  In addition to these drastic reductions, all models quoted below,  except the truck, arc now standard equipped with self-starter and balloon  tires.  ',' ��������� y ..  "'".  -������>  Model  'RmialMut; ��������� ^ "^  Touring^ -  Sport Roadster��������� ���������  Coupe ���������r��������� j-^ ��������� -  "Tudor���������/���������. ���������. .��������� ���������  Pordor J~~m "*"" "T" "~" "~  Chassis- -r -  Light Delivery ��������� -  Light Ddjyery Van  Truck, toon-staeter *  Truck, self-starter-  New'Price  jw,      X^^U  -^*   . Odd...  ��������� 610  ���������. ������25 ���������  -370  -470  ��������� m&&l%m9  - 395  mmVtmm* ttHMbU^H  mW  Saving  50  40  50  60  55  40  160  50  50  65  --���������--��������� ���������I      m-       J-%    -K***       -ml  Ik*.     l_J_)������������l/li  the afternoon of Monday, July 12th at  the -Old stand -we**-* of Jas. &rt-*ipton>**  (Ahove'prlccs arc factory.    Freight to point of dclloery and sales lax extra)      "  ��������� " ��������� " .    * ��������� ��������� ���������  These reductions are made absolutely without sacrifice to the tra-  traditional quality and durability of Ford products. They open the way  to car ownership to thousands of Canadians who have not previously been  afforded the comfort and economy of personal transportation.  See your locall authorized Iford dealer today. Me will gladly domon,*-  strate the model you are interested in and explain convenient terms of  purchase. ,  Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited  Ford, Onteno  PRODUCTS       OF       TRADITIONAL       QUALITY I ���������  &f?z  THE  CJBESTOK  BBTBBW  Loyal Orange Ls}dg;e,No. 2095  "ileetsTHIRDTHUKf������|DAYof ���������"  ejicbr. month    at    fllercant*le-^  -Hall,    Visiting brethren cordially invited". "  7?  WANTED���������POLES, POSTS,&C  WANTED^-Poles. Posts. Piling, all  sizes. Quote prices, state shipping  points, quiin&ity can - furnish, .when  could, ship. SpoVcash.--NIBRDBB-  MYBK-M ABTIN LUMBER CO.; Portland, Ore., U.S~A. y.  <\.-.-  List PrQmotioiis  a\. - -a.        ;     '. *      "   ��������� " ���������       ���������  Creston School  aiftatco  ^^WJS������ySfoMWCa^O*J^NW^p5MttEi?  "The UniversalWallboard"  Use it for ^Interior _-J;  Remodelling and Alterations  Every new house has at least one room mitk Panelled  walls if not several���������it's the fashion.     Why not go over thfi  old house and Bring ii'up to the minute f    Lamatco is  quickly jrnf up and hides forever mussyZ soiled,  cfacked  - plaster walls.    Have us tell you all about it.   .  - Write for samples and literature.  Division I���������Hi McLellan, Principal;  Honor   Rolls?     Proficiency���������Arthur.  Couling.'      Deportment���������.Lillian   Tre  velyan. " Punctuality and regularity���������  Laura Holmes, Aileen Spratt.  Passed into High School on reconi-  mendation^-Arthur' Couling, Laura  Holmes, Harold Speers, Mary Good.,  win, Jessie-Learmonth, Richard .Randall, /Alex". Henderson.*. HaTry Miller,,  Percy Robinson. Lillian Trevely-fn.  .^Passed into Grade VIII., in order of  merit���������Aileen-   Spratt,   John   Blinco,  10 ofthe 23 -pupils of this  division  submitted specimens of-their writing  to Mr. MacLean and all, were awarded  Writing Certificates, as-follows:  Viri-.  an Langlois,  Marjorie   Strong,   Elsie  Nelson,    Vera    .McGonegal,"  W������lla.rd  Blair,    Clareqce  -Anderson,   Richard  Molander, Edith *Nelson,Myrlle Strong.  Claude   Simpson, Beatrice* Molander;  Dennis  Bush,   Wesley  Blair,  George  Wickholm,, -Laura - Andeen, *--Mildred  Aadeen,   Clara   Hunt,   Olga   Nelson,  Mgrtle Wickholm. " ->-  , Promoted from Grade 4 to Grade5-~  Morjorie Strong, Elsie Nelson, Vivian  Langlois, Vera .McGonegal, "Millard;  Blair, Selmec Anderson. -  Promoted from Grade & to Grade (J���������  Edith Nelson, Richard Molander.  J^n__Sf^?';^anw<?*Wfbrf,'-HiS:   '   Promote5"fVomGrade6toGrade7--  re^ filler,   Arthur Webster,  Ronald | Cld:adc Simpson, Beatrice   Molander.  Dennis " Bush. On   -trial���������George  Wickholm. S  Gibos. Ena Christie.  Passed into Grade VIII. on probation���������Doro Spratt, Gwendoline Web?  stes, Madeline Moore..        "*"  For Sale By  s.  C. A. ROBINSON, Ganyon  Manufactured by  LAMINATED MATERIALS CO.. Ltd.  \  New Westminster* B.C.  ���������y  im  t  Division 2���������Miss Vickers,Teacherv���������,-_  Honor Rolls:   Proficiency-^Theodor  Appelt. Deportment ���������rClematine  Marshall. Punctuality and regularity  ���������Eurl Christie, Bi|ly Bayle, Minnie  Downes, Mary .Maione, Pay Pendry.  Promoted to Grade" VII.���������Thebdor  Appelt, Fay Pendry, Marion- liurnett,  ', CJeniiitine Marshall, Billy Bayle.'Hazel  Hopwood, Beryl Nichols; Raymond'  Martin, Harold Beninger, Doiyi"  Nickel. - On trial���������Stella- Herdhiaii,  Earl Christie, Fred Aldersoh,^Euphe-  mi a'Fisher, "Lavvi-ence Hajptonstall.  Promoted" io^ Grade VI.���������Frank  Morrow, -Toon -Crawford, Mas*gar--*b  Blinco,   Marguerite    Ferguson,1' Joan  YOU ARE INVITED TO>TTEND  THE, BIG  TO BE HELD AT  KELSON, B.C.  ���������JUjLY 5, 6, 7HI02.6  Division 2���������Miss Bevan, Teacher.  '   Honor   Soils:     Proficiency���������Nettie  Androsoff.  -      Deportment   ���������   Grace  Strong.  Regularity"and Punctuality���������  Myrtle Anderson. * '  Pupils obtaining MacLean "Writing  Certificates���������Myrtle Anderson, Mary  Andro-offt Nellie Androsoff, Marie  Arb, Charles Bush, Wilbert Dorey,  Mildred Hamilton, Margaret Hamilton  Celina " Langlois, Hazel McGonegal  Srace Strong. -������ -  Promoted from Grade 3 Senior to  Grade 4~Nettie Androsoff, Grace  Stropg, Mitdred . Harailton, - Margaret  Hamilton, Wilbert Dorey.  .- ^  ���������  Promoted from. Grade-3 Junior ~to  Grade 3 Senior���������Hazel McGonefral,  Celina '-Langlois, 7- Douglas McKee,  FraOk Abar, Myrtle Aiiderson.   *.  Promoted from jGrade 2 to Grade 3---  Promoted from Grade 1 Junior to  Grade 1 Senior���������Stella Dorey, John  Oowleyy Fred AndrosofiE.   -/_^.  '*.; SYNOPSIS 0F.  \mm AMMNT8  ;   . - PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  'Jiowo lands may be pre-empted-by  britisii, subjects over IS years of age.  .j_n<l by aliens.on declaring intention  .'o become British subjects, condi- "  xionai -upon residence^ occupation,  a.13 _ isnprov������s_ae-*"-t "for jagricultural  purposes.  Full information, concerning' reg-u-  a.Uo_as regarding- pre-emptions is  given In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  -How to Pre-empt Land," copies pt  shlch can be'obtained free of charge  yy* addressing, the Department of  uan-ds,- Victoria, E.C, or to any <3ov-  --. nment Agent.  Records - .-will be" "granted" covering  wuly- land'Suitable for agricultural  purposes, and wbich Is not timber-  '.and,." Le., carrying over 5.000 board  feet per acre west of tbe Coast Rang-a  , d-nd 8,000 feet per aero east of thai  Range. '  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the I_end Com-  -nissioner of the Land "Recording Di -  .islon, in. which, the land applied for  is situated,.and are made cm printed  fonna, copies of which can be obtained-from tho Land Codsmlssioner.  Pre-emptions must be .occupied for  five" years and improvements* made  to value of -910 per acre, including  clearing tand cultivating at least five  \ acres, before, a. Crown. <3rant can be  received.  For more'' detailed information see  the. Bulletin "How , to Pre-empt  Land." ���������'���������<-.  '        <-*        PURCHASE &  Hilton, Mary Maione, Dorothy Marsh  all, MaVjory Lrearmontb. Lyda Christie j Marie*** Aibrx Mary Androsoff,  Charles  Minnie Dow*"es, Frances Lewis; jack J Bush  O'NeiL    On trial���������Evelyn Short, Jean       ~  Fisher, Edith Lewis.  Promoted from.Grade IA to Grade 2  Dorofchy Hauiilton.Lawrenee Strong  Eva Arb.    On trial���������Jack Lnnglois,  HREE BUG PAYS  SOMETHmaBO^^Al.tTHE TIME  -:-j X&J-JX^  .���������ij=s<i-:--:.-y->.vx~-  Baseball..       Pireineri's Sports.        Pfdspecttirs' Rtices.  Singleand Double Drilling Contests.  Carnival. Dancing*   .  Banquet; Smoker.  air-da   nTrtil-rv"  XJ_L"C>     Xll(/a  TEN-ROUND BOXING CONTEST  JIMMIE COTTRELL  ^ of Spokane.  -'  "   Tug of War.  MONSTER PARADE.  vs.       FRANK HILT  of Trail.  7--"  Mineral Exhibit.  FIVE BANDS.  Division S-^Miss "Wade, Teacher.  Houbr Rolls^ Proficiency���������-Herbert  Couling. Deportment���������Sarah Quinn.'  Regularity and Punctuality���������Roland  Miller. '.7 ���������������*���������    ">    -  ";,,. i  Promoted from Grade Vb. to.Giade  Va���������David Appelt, Herbert Couling.  Roland Miller, Herbeit Dodd* Jack  Young." I ns Taylor. -Andrew"'Miller,  Al-tn Staple?*, Jack Gibbs, Allan  | Speers, K.a tie .'Payne. On trial���������Elsie  Spiers, Frances. Lewis, Arthur Speers,  Bert Hendy, ^Trances Moore.   ."-..-    -  -Pi-oinoted frbtBfcj.Grade^IVft. .tojGrrade  "Vb���������Sarah-   Qutfin,   Arthur   Nichols,  DgjcotJ^a^S^nJ^^George   Murrell, Jay  ~Bliss,'; Philip7Sfa"nSlatte, -Hubert' Ben-  - ,T    *"i .   -Z <*J.     _E ^J \    * - *  iDgei'������/-.iam'es DjSgyhes, Go-don^^Rein-  \yald. Un'trial���������Helen Hopwood, Jack  Johnston, Jack -P^ayne, HespepTLewis,  Mary S>itcliffe, Harold^Reinwald.  FORM No. 13.  (Section 39)  LAND ACT  NOTICE  I  Reduced Raises on all Transportation Lined.  "->,.  ."..>'  ANNOUNCEMENT  I  am still in a  position   to    sell you any [car  you  wish tit seme price   as  the dealer  in such j >  make   can,   and   will   give  you' the   same'  reliable service to   the  car of your choice.  REMEMBER, I STILL HANDLE EQRD CAJRS  along, with   fill other   lines; jmd .Parts   to  repair any  car. I sell.  Division 4���������Miss fiolmes, Teacher.  *   Honor   Roll*.:"1" Proficiency/���������'Daisy  Trevelyan.     .   Deportment ��������� Marion  Quinn.      Punctuality ahd regularity���������  Eleanor Spratt, Clifford York.  Promoted from Grade III. to Grade  IV.. in order of mertt���������Bert Morrow,  George Collis,. Lillian Pendry. Molly  Moore, Clifford York* Ruth Appelt  \ Harold McLaren, Lucille Davis, Robert  Dickson, Daisy Trevelyani Norma  Marshall, Jane Ross*. On trial���������Nellie  Payne, Margaret Miller.Sydhey Fisher  Douglas Spiers; ,y; y,> *.    -  i-lromoted froin Grade III. Junior to  Giadeill. Senior���������William-Ferg-json  Margaret Burnett, poris Bayle,Holger  Johnson, j6u trial-^Douglas Aldei^on.  Promoted from Grade II. Senior to  Grade III. Jiinior-^-Eleanor- Spratt,  Marion Quinn, Hughena McCreath,  Dorothy Collis, Lloyd McLaren. On  tx-jul���������Margaret Henderson, Clarence  Enibree.- I  .  OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO  PimCHASE LANDS  In I_and-ifeecordingDistTietof Kootenay, Group  One, and situated in the vicinity of Kitchener, BjC. ~  -   TAKE- "NO-nCE*    that WILtalAit   _LBE  HATHAWAY,  of   310 Sansome  Street,  San1  Francisco, California, U.S. A., Manager, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the"  *   intersection  of the -westerly boundaTsr^of  Sub-Lot U of .Lot 4592 with the northerly.-  _    boundSrv of Sub-Lot 13 of Lot 4592 in Group"  1. _Kootenay District, thence north 29 chains  more" or less *to the north-west^ corner of  Parcel 3 Hathaway land; thence west 10&  chains more- ot-lesa to a post marked -10,  Suh-Lot 13  of. Lot 43$2;   thencs  south 20  chains more or less to a post masked 9,������Sab-  Lot 13 of Lot 4592; thence east along the  norfcnerfy limit of said Suh-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or less to "the point of com-  )mencemetit, and oontataing 200 acres more  /or less. - ---"  WILT/TAM liEE HATHAWAY.  Dated 5th June, J92&  Applications are received for-pur  chase of vacant and- unreservea  Gro-w-n lands, not being: timberland,  for asricultural purposes; in nlmam  price of first-class (arable) land Is $5  per acre, and second-class <gra_zln&)  land 82.60 per acre. Fvirther information regarding purchase 'or lease  of Crown* lands 1%" given in Bulletin  No. 10,..Land Series, J*_Purchase and  Lease of Crowr-*. l_*ands:" -  Mill, factoryr or industrial' sites ot* .  timber land, not exceeding: 4-0 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions       including       payment ^_   >j>f  stttmpage."  - . HOMESITE   LEASES  "Dnsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acre's, may be leased as homesir.es,  conditional" upon, a dwelling - "jeln._  erected in-the first y-sar, -title being  obtainable sifter residence arid Improvement conditions are fulfilled  and land* has been surveyed.  | ,-     -   -LEASES  For grazing and . Industrial purposes areas "not exceeding ���������40 acr~s  may be leased by one* person or h  company.  ���������*���������    \TA GRAZING  "Onder the Grassing-Act'the Pro*.-  tnce is divldeS into-grazing districts  .and the rang^,administered -under -i  - Grazing Commissioner. Annua/  grazing permits are Issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being give:i  to established owners. Stock ownei s  may form associations for ranker  management Free, or partially fre<**  pevmits are available for settlers.  iampers and travellers, up to t-eo  ���������head. - - " "  SEVAN'S  GARAGE  Exclusive Ford Dealer  CRESTON  -Division 6,-rMifis Hardy.; Teacher.  Honor   Rolls:    ^Profrtciem.y���������Stuart  T3piers.���������    Deportment-^KUen   Jensen  Regularity   and   'Punctuality���������Stuart  'Hilton.' ,x ���������'���������" y yt';'-   y ���������''_.������������������'���������  Promoted from Gmdu I...Senior to  Giude II. Junlo^r--Luther Appelt, Irving Ferguson, Ellen Jensen, M orley  Burnett, Madeline - Romano, Doris  Ferguson, Douglas McLauchlin, Jack  Ross, Edwin Pendry, Rachel Morrow,  Ruth DaviH, Ruth Gibbs.  Promoted fron>,,Grade. IL Junior- to  Grade II. Scniorr-Stuuvt Spiers,  George'Dodd, . Ohi.i.lca Taylor, Je������n  McLauchlin, Arthm Dodd, Ruth Hare  ^ISnnnett Johnson, Bveiett "Walker,  Stuart Hilton, Aileen KHngonsniitb.  Your Pocket  used as  a bank has -many dis*  advantages.  ��������� Money carried in ifl." is easy to  spend on CrSfles or may be lost  or stolen-  "Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  "ivill accumulate rapidly. ���������  Small ot large accounts' are welcom-ft.  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20^)000,000  -       Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Branch.  DI T. Scrimgcour, Manager  IA   1BOO  CLUQ1  r^j,  HICOOsriHaMAlX ANBTirB I������KNBl**rT I^LAUaK,   Why hot tuiUo advant-  n#o of thia opportnnlpy to I.oli������ thouo who look to you for protection*  Join now.  T  tiiSTXANCE FBB $8.06.  Ptrtam 0/ titksr se* siigibl*.  ,      Mr  R. J. STBBI,, $*cr*taty. Box 158. NELSON, B.C.  ^GB LIMIT SS YEARS.  .Applicant pays ths doctor '-*# /-������*.  Kitchener School Report  Divisional���������Miss TleticluiJ, Touchur.  Honor Rolls: 'Proficiency ������������������ Olga  Kelson. Deportment���������-Marjorie Strong.  Regularity and Piinetutdity~--Mil3red  Andeen, Lndwlff Anderson, Woslpy  Blair, Clam Hunt, Vera McGonegal,  Claude Simpson.  Elsie Nelson won tho book given for  tbo best project worlc.   Vera McGono  'gal won  tbo book given  for  tbe best,  colliiction of wild flower"-.  P. BURNS & CO., Lid.  MEaAT MERCHANTS  V '. j,*ritY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana\LARD  .    GIsENDALE 'CI&mUSERY .&1/TTER '  Governnuent. graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEb, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  hwtvMmnt ������-t.������ |>MjJi������-J.l**-u m.;^. r,tt3r.ccj fcttt?rpT������-������!t*-T.    Bvy ������h-* ������-������������+-.  eimf-mmmm  ^^^^H THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B.    C.  78.  S&iiums yvu use<gmdtluJWh  tf\ii\k M&d32o������& esxX&a, gvvcL.  Tke yBritisk   Strike  *-.  The outstanding event of the week in which this article is written is tbe  great strike in Great Britain affecting nearly five million workers and crippling-  all the public services ot the country. This great national strike alsp serves  to once again demonstrate how closely the interests and welfare of one country are bound up with other countries. The day the strike went into effect  the price of wheat in Canada and the United. States ma^cle a considerable drop,  while values of many stocks'fell on the New York aad other markets. No  long-er does/one nation Hive unto itself alone, and even its purely" domestic  troubles hjLVe an international and world effect.  . The unsettled condition of the mining .industry in Great Britain lies at  the bottom of the strike, just a������ it has been tbe cause o������ inore or less trouble  for many years past, and until a permanent" and satisfactory solution of the J,  coal mining- problem has been found ,it would appear -thaftrouble must be expected, In the case of the present strike, precipitated by the"miners' refusal  to accept a reduction in. wages and a lengthening in the hoursjpf labor, which  the mine owners insist is neeess_ary if the" industry itself is to survive, railway  employees,, printers, dock and transport workers, the building trades, iron and  steel workers, and others organized under the Trades Union Congress, ceased,  work in sympathy with and. to enforce the miners" demands.  It is difficult i'or the fcieople in this country to fully grasp and understand  the underlying causes of the discontent and financial.diffieulties existing in the  British coal mining industry. Undoubtedly the war has had something to .-.do  with it, because there is not the same world-wicie demand for British coal as  existed prior to 1914, and furthermore, the depression in Britisii industry owing:  to lack of orders from foreign markets following the war lias likewise had its  effect^. ���������'-..���������  Competent observers from other countries find another cause for the  trou"t>le���������a basic one. They insist that" the wliole system of coal mining in  the British Isles requires to be modernized, and that until this is done the  business cannot be profitable to the mine owners, and consequently satisfactory wages and working conditions cannot.be provided the miners.. To.effect  the changes necessary will call for the expenditure of enormous capital sums,  and, for a time at least, a decrease in the number of men for whom employment can he found.      This latter is undoubtedly the chief difficulty.  In other words, It is held that the present method of pick and shoVel mining must be replaced by the utilization of machinery .in the mines 'foripurposes of cutting the eoal. This would niean fewer nien employed^ but as  large or larger output of coal at a considerably less cost per ton, thereby assisting all ^British industry and enabling British coal to again compete successfully in the market of the,world. If these experts are right, then-it-would .  appear that the British coal industry and British miners must pass through  the same experience as did the cotton industry following the advent of. ma--  chinery, which caused" a terrific upheaval at the time and. much dis tress* but  uUimatel3r gave that industry its great supremacy.  Evidence is not lacking that,/the same process of modernization is necessary in other lines of British-activity, the building trades for example. A'  group of United States experts connected with the real estate business recently visited London, and they report that it takes about 100 'per cent, longer  to put up a siven structure in London than it would in New York, and, despite  the, much higher wages paid artlzans in New York, the cost of the building  is just as great in Lond.on as^in New York. The reason is found in slow-  moving workmen and out-of-date appliances. "Two examples of the latter  may be mentioned.  A huge modern steel structure is being erected in London on the site of  Devonshire House in Regent Street. The hoisting of the. big steel bea(ms was  being carried on hy a group of men-turning handles on. an old-fashioned drum,  wbli the "--'.suit that the beams moved upwards slowly by inches. On this  side ot' the water a donkey engine would do the hoisting in a fraction of the  time. Oa the -site or another structure close by, pick nnd shovel men were  excavating-.for a-foundation. In Canada and the United States a steam shovel  would be on the job. and do it in short order aud at much less cost.  Briii.sh workm*.n aad their Union leaders have yet apparently to learn'the  les.=on tbat the introduction ol' the most modern methods are essential to their  own progress, and weia'are. Lowered costs ol' output, and production is necessary li British Industry is to compete with the world, and such a reduction in  coat.-; would ���������oTior-n-oi.i.jdy increase the volume oT production, thus providing.  r-0. ]<?.*.*"��������� employment, because or the use of machinery, but more "employment,  b-f.atr.i--r vrntrf? f-nd shorter hours because of the greater demand created through  lowivred costi-. and greater expedition in the  completion ol! work,  Faym Lands In Demand  _ac"  A Revival of Buying cf Farm Lands  HsisSet In  With farm, land values just at tbe  upturn and conditions improving, this  season has brought a revival of buying in farm lands equal to that of 1918,  said" F. H, Harman, president of the  Winnipeg Real Estate Exchange, recently.  "One company alone has been averaging^ sales of 20,000 acres of farm  lands a month since last October," Mr.  Harman said. "In each case the lanu,  mostly wild land for pasturage and  stock raising purposes, has -been soli".  to bona fide farmers and not to speculators or investors. Substantial initial payments haA-e been made and tbe  buyers are meeting subsequent payments promptly. 'The biggest demand  for land recently is in Saskatchewan  and.  Southern" Alberta.'*  .  DIAMOND DYES"  GOLOR THINGS NEW  Just   I>ip   to   Tint  ���������.���������..7-"rb6 'Dye  or  Boil  :: jEaeh 15-cent package contains directions so simple any  woman can tint soft,  delicate shades or  dye rich, permanent  colors in lingerie,  silks, ribbons- skirta,  waists, d r e s_s_e a,  coats, stockings,  sweaters, draperies,  coverings, hangings  ���������everything! 7  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other^kind-���������  and tell your druggist whether the mate-  rial you wish td color iffwopl or silk, or  whether it is"".linen, cotton or mixed  goods.-  The   Hudson   Bay   Route  Dominion of Canada Piedged to Carry  Work to  Completion  The. fact is, of course,. that every  government in Canadja "for nearly  forty years has advocated and furthered the Hudson Bay route, and four  successive prime ministers, two of  thenTLiberals and two of them Conservative, have, while in office, seen  great sums expended on .the enter-  .prise.  The   railway    has,   at great expenditure    by    successive    governments.  been   carried    to    within    seventy or  -eighty   miles    of    Hudson Bay and���������  .awaits completion.     "Et is  to be completed, as it should. ������>e, and as public  "men  of eacli and  all parties assured  the people of the west" it   would-  be.  The^talk in West Middlesex and elsewhere in Ontario and   .Quebec    about  the completion of this enterprise belns  a steal, a waste, a bribe, is, quite dishonest, y  _.   The acoustics  of ihe  Dominion are  very good, much    better   than    many-  partisans suppose.      What is said in  tlie west and* is said in the east, politically, is overheard all across the Dominion, with: a distinctness that leaves  nothing to-be^esired;     The' improved  hearing of the   country, wlien  everybody knows 'about  ita  will yjnake  fb:������  straighter    talk : in politics.-���������Toronto'  Star. 7       '-  Pilot Makes New Record  Piloted By.Youngest Aviator .  Indianapolis .Woman   104* Years   Old.  Established 'New Record*-'  Mrs. Mary Huffman, 104 years  old,  Indianapd^s>> Tsefr   what was believed  by local flying jofflcials to bef "a world's  record for the age of persons riding  in ah aeroplane" when slie made a"' lfZ  minutes flight. ghe was piloted by  Farnum Parker, of Anderson:, 15 years  old, the world's youngest aviator. In  the plane with Mrs.- Huffman.'" was her  five-year-Old great great grandson,  Carrol' Davies. ������. '���������".-.'  Flies Heavy Plane London to "Paris In  N i nety  M mutes  Some idea of the astonishing progress in air travel can.'be had from the  record-recently made by-Captain Mac-*  kintosh, an Imperial Airways pilot.  The officer flew a big fifteen-seater,  three-engined Kandley-Pa.ee air liner  from London to Paris in 90 minutes"  The plane carried a full load of passengers and goods, and, freighted,  weighed six tons.  The. average speed of the flight of  250 miles was JL54-.miles an hour, a new  record for a big. pas sengeiv plane of  this size.  The actual speed record between  London and Paris is held by ay fourseater Napier.- 3>. IL express'.*:plane,  ���������whichinade the -flightyinvS7 minutest'  tvlucli means'.-that Captain :* Mackintosh with his giant passenger % liner  lacked only three minutes OE-the record set by the light "speed';* machine.  Sick bodies  made strong .  "Dissy spells, head-   -  aches and constant  nervous tension  wore me down to -  116'ibs.TaHtac banished them and enabled me to  eat,  sleep and enjoy life  normally.  Wilt always keep Taniac ia  mytnedicine chest."  Mrs. Geo. Bell, 317. ..  Grey St., London,  i    ������ntm  After a spell of Grippe or flu,  -when your system is all run down  and your legs are so weak they -can  hardly  hold, up  your  body,  start  - right in taking Tanlac "*-  It's wonderful how soon you  Teally do improve! "Tanlac sails  right in and puts the.system infighting trim." It cleans the blood,  ^revitalizes tho digs stive organs,  gives you an appetite for solid food  and makes you feel like -a new-  person. " -"  Nothing will turn, tho trick "quite-  as fast as Tanlac, made after the  famous Tanlac formula from roots, -  barks and herbs. Buy a boiffle today and get started back to full  strength and vigor. Take Tanlac  Vegetable Pills for constipation.  Bishop Will Use Aeroplane  Able To Reac h Points I h Haiti Other -  vvsse lrJa*-:c;cE3ible       7  Missionary enterprise is shown in  the announcement that Bishop Harry:  Roberts Carson, .off .--the Protestant  Episcopal diocese of Haiti, is to fly  from parish -tp- parish in fulfilling his  duties, naval authorities having issued orders which permit the bishop  to make use of -naval aeroplanes in  visiting parts of the island 'otherwise  inaccessibler"   ���������  N.  Suffered From Kidney  -*  Troubles For Years  Nova Scotia Man Affirms Dodd's  Kidney Pills a Truly Wonderful Medicine  Mr.  Wm".'  L.  Whitman  Suffered From  Kid.ney    Complications   and    Found  .    Relief in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Miller's Worm  Powders  can do  no  injury to the most d.elicate .child. Any  child, or infant in the state jbf adolescence, who is infested with" w-oi-ms can  take this preparation without a.qualm  of the stomach, and will find in it a  sure relief: and a full protection from  these destructive pests; which are responsible for much sickness and great  suffering to legions of littleyonesy  There w;������?. not one Turkish woman  amonK th-*- 'ndu.'-l.iial workers of Con-  K������anMi*nplf- Tout- yenr.-. ajco, hut.now  -.hern are 20,000.  You aren't old until you have forgotten how good bread and butter  and,    brown     sugar    tasted     between  meals.  Angle For Plunder  The Chinese thief uses a hook and  line fastened to the end of-a long  bamboo to angle through upper win-  dowrs for anything the " book' can  catch. It is not unustlal for the occupant of a hotel bedroom ..to find, on  waking, that all his clothes have gone,  and with, them, of course, anything  bechanced to have left in his pockets  overnight.  Britain Would Aid! U. S.  The; British Gbyerhinent has, a plan  for  "assisting    the    United  States to  tighten its   check  over  rum tunning.  The plan does not go as far as a new  treaty, but according'to. official circles  will  take  the  form of permission for  United States revenue cutters to visit ] o)- tlltg piace>  the Bahamas and. Co-operate with Brit- ]     Brigltt's Di  ish ships in carrying put searches for  contraband liquor.  -.-Beaver harbour, N.S.���������(Special).���������  "My trouble started from a cold and  strain.- I have suffered for years from  kidney trouhle. Rheumatism, Bright's  Disease and Lumbago being some of  my chief troubles.. My head used to  ache and my appetite was fitful. I  have taken- Dodd's Kidney Pills and -  ��������� found theni very satisfactory. I think  they are truly a wonderful medicine.  Really they are not used half enough  by a good many people."  This statement comes from Mr. W.  L..  "Whitmap-v  a   well   known  resident  Worms cause fretfulness and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nourlsh-  er. Mother Oraves' "Worm "Exterminator will clear the stomach aiid intes-  lines, and restore healthl'iilness.  An Oil that Is Famous.���������Though  Canada was not the birthplace dT Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric OH, it is the liotnp  of that famous compound. From hero  its good name was spread to Central  and South America, (the West Indies,  Australia a,nd New Zealand. ��������� Th^it is  far afield enough to attest its excellence, for in all these countries It Js  on sale and in demand..  i '  After travelling around the world in  a  smock  frock,  W.  W.  Granlpam.  a  prominent    English    lawyer,    arrived  back in London recently, still in  the  samo  attire,   which   he   considers   an  a-fideal garment for men.  Brigl),t's Disease: is one of the most  serious forms of kidney disease. It  can be* successfully treated wfith  Dodd's Kidney Pills. But the better  way is to guard against such diseases  as rheunjiatism, 'dfopsy, diabetes and  Bright's Disease by using Dodd's Kidney Pills when tbe kidneys first get.  out of order. 7  a'The-telephone cable recently cam*  "lijete^ from New York to Chicago���������  861 miles���������is the longest iii the world.  It cos^$35,000,000.  f ���������'    ������������������Jpii^iW^iMiaM.��������� II HI li ml -in-* *���������-*���������*  The EsUiruo bas never been a Ions-"  lived race. /'The average lifetime is-50  years. '"  Charles Darwin. In: his boyhood, w.as  1 accounted a dunce by bis teachers..  ������������������������;���������-���������:��������� "I .-'���������.riirif.j   r'ln.n*; '������n-rjf   Sr,/-,|-!iiivf>;  Syrups, tr-r.[jr.:.. Jmlly ]>n..![ifiro'I  [f.r   IJif'-nf:---   111   an'ii-.   nu-1   fTiililrcti   n!3   n!^*^.  rl.'u avoid iiriil.-ilipiui!, alvy;iys look for thfi ai|jnai.ii-trc of   Cj������u ��������� ^/xY&r&AcA*  r'r'j-'fn. - ."f I*r t i' 1 (i -.  nn   <".><-! 1   11.1 ric: 1 ryry.     l"hyA\c\wA   r.V'ri'*/U'lKr(!  r..C0"*"*������end! It.  Has  Patented Atom Engine    v  Idea May Develop ,Into Most Dramatic  Achievement-of Century  A Dutchmnu has recently received  a patent for running ari engine on power obtained from "the atom. Ho has  discovered, that if mineral sands can-  mining l.llanium nrje. heated to a tem-  poraliira of "1,700 dcfsrees eentlgi'ajdo  lh<������ nlonifi (H*"lnlci.i;rnlp, nnd nn ���������-nor-'  nmiiH amount, of .heat Is generated, Tho  Hand I.m healed In u small eloci.rt'c' fur-  .  a*  1111.ee, in-id tho heal, caused by the fttul-  ili-rn hronklriK-iip ol* the atom Is rorned  1 by   a   Tinnip  throiigh   tubcH   Ihal   heal  ���������tlie waler Jn ������ hnllev, ami. Hupply the  ; powiM-  to di'".'<- ������iu  eniflno or turbine.  'Thi.   )iiil'-"vt   !.:..    p;i!..-,r-d   thi'oujth   the  jpntr-iil   oflleer silniiiHi   iitmoltecil, bin  1l  in  ii-'iu-illy  the tlr.st  st.eppln^-Hlono  to  ihn r.'iull/.ailli'm of the pown* front lhe  aiiiin   Avhleli' nil   the  world   Ih  wafting  Ini'.        II   may   e-c-.ly   develop   Into   Ihc*  iiMj.-il ili'iiiinii h* aelih-veiiH-nt i������l Ihe wit-  ' 11 r-y.  Min,-ird'a Limli������������-iciit KIuqi of P.-iln  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians fox;  Colds      Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia-       Toothache       Rheumatism  *<���������_-. *  -fim  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only  "Bayer"   package?  wliich contains proven directions.  Htimly   "J.'uy."-'\  boxen   of   12   tablels  Also bottloa'of 21 and-100���������Drugglata.  Aa,|.i������ia< in Uh- UmiId i.ihi'm (. *-m������ml<>n������>.l mi Omiim.Iu) i-/ **������/<-", "*���������������'"fj'.'-'���������'u:rjy '.'* **n,,*������'?r'" .^y  ���������rldei-Mir -or HiUlcyllln.cl.l (A������a1jI HuHcyllc A-rt-1. "A. H. A."). WhUn it Ih w������ll Wiiowm  Alatt ABittrlii. eiu'iuih Huvit uutini*_irmr������', 10 whhUI ������������o imlillc nurattint; liiillntloij-i. 1li* .'I.i������h1*t.*j  fd lluyer <Jwmyj������ny will Imj MUtiJi.ea wUU   ilii*lr m-m-ia.  untu* ujuix*, il������*    Xitty^ c*\j������-i. ���������.���������*;  >  fAr-'  *."*  "T-TTH!    T*.1T.V J WW.   'CRESTON,     Si    C=  ./  Proposal Ig Made Xo Send A.  Canadian JpxniDition Train  To  Advertise Canada In Britain  Senator Charles PhfTippe Beaubien, |  one of the intellectual and oratorical 1  elite of Ottawa's upper house. whojA  Wears in his buttonhole the red rosette-j  of- the French  Legion, of Honor, -in  Sheep  Industry- Promising  For Breeding  a'  Keen   Demand  Exists  Stock,  Sheep    and    lambs    were a paying  Hying vis������t to Toronto lost no,time In j branch of livestock in  3925, says the  | putting his case before  the board., of j market intelligence    division���������of  "the  trade.      <"*- have   come,"  said  he, "to j livestock branch at Ottawa in its sixth  ask ypji-to help me to send tbis year a  annual  review.      Supplies were quite  Canadian exhibition  train    to    Great j-short, but on the other hand,-a. keen  Nothing,   as  we proved in demand for breeding ewes and feeder  calculated to awak- j  most    powerful    of  Britain.  France, is better  en' curiosity, the  j lambs   would, indicate   that  producers  j are "alive to. the situation.     In fact the  human interests. The xman who  knows how to harness human interest  is master of the world." _.  That train, ov. rather motor caravan,  would harness English curiosity as the  hydro-electric harnesses Niagara, and  -ytauld flash the magic word "Canada"  unforgetahly on all England, as on -*_,  gigantic billboard.  "I am confident," said he, "that in  one year it will increase our sales of  Canadian goods to Great Britain by  100 million dollars."  To make the Englishman visualize  Canada and its varied resources he  would put in some central spot in England an immense diorama of Canada,  400 feet long if necessary.  "1 would show," said, he, "Lhe Allan-  tic and Pacific coasts, with thd characteristic  topography  and   activity- of  each  province,  ihe  commerce  on the    Sr. Lawrence and great lakes, the golcf^trndoubtedly    there  fields of Ontario and Quebec, the wide  prairies full of golden waving grain,  the mountains, the forests, orchards  and fisheries of B.C. We could eveti  put in the Arctic Ocean and show the  so-called - b&rren^landa3������. covered with  herds of reindeer "or ovibos. *.  "Then I would- have a. iheostat to  flash on golden lights to ' show - the  -location of every gold mine in Canada,  and blue lights to indicate every coal  mine,   and so on with our  palp mills  *     -       i  and   great   industrial   areas.       Words  are soon forgotten, but pictures never  fade from the memory.     Once an Englishman    saw    such    a map he could j  never forget Canada    for    he    would I  short marketings were probably due in  .some  degree   to  the~-belding  back  of  stocir   f*������"   bresdinEr -Wra-mo^o-i.    iiia_i-  *-���������������.*.��������� ..w* _^_.-i_swU _.__.������^. ___.w.������\_.   ^-. , ^..^.v.,  may he, the fact remains that the marketings of sheep and lambs were the  smallest in' "volume last rear of any  since 1920. "*  _. Dealing explicitly with the situation  the review suggests* that an encouraging feature is found in the extreme ly  keen and insistent demand for breeding stock. Altogether 36,581 head or  ewes and Jambs^were returned, to the  country "either for breeding or-further  breeding. Another thing that puts a.  better complexion on tbe short .supply,  figures is tlie fact that numbers of  lambs suitable for breeding were kept  back from slaughter, and either retained on the farms where raised or sold  direct to prospective producers. The  review    concludes    with    the    remark  is    a ��������� healthy  Good   Horses  In  Demand  Not Rival of Motor Car But Each Ha3  ; - Its  Place ���������  The farmer who owns a really-good  brood mare is* to be congratulated. No  matter ho-vv_ many tractors-may. find  their way to the country side, the  horse will still hold his own. Just  now, really good horses are in active  demand .and the demand is likely to  be active for some time to come. One  notices ihat-'"the big firms in the cities  still use the' horse for deliveries under  a d-istance^f -ten" miles. Last winter  proved the value of the horse as an  all yeai- conveyer. The horse and  the motor.car are not rivals. ��������� Each  is -valuable in its own place and loss  comes when the one is rerpiir-ed to do  the work of the other. +  y     ,   ��������� _  Trade With Japan  -Large Quantities- of Agricultural Products Shipped Through Vancouver  _ Canada's exports to Japan, which  have been steadily increasing iu late  -years,.reached their high point In  1925, according~"to H. A. Craig,-deputy  minister of agriculture for Alberta,  who recently returned -irom' a trip to  that country,, in ��������� which he Investigated the possibilities of trade from this  province. He reports that 1*1,500,000  bushels of grain, 690,99-1 tojis of flour,  720 tons of butter, 122 tons of cheese,  1,346 tons of beef and five tons of  poultry, were shipped through "Vancouver to Japan last year. '  Sliowing How Profitable To  The Country Is Development  Or Our .Natural Resources  -o  Annual Flowers ForvAN Sections  The Twelve Best Annuals For Outside  Sowing -  If everybody were asked how many i about twelve   and  varieties there were of sweet peas, how| Similarly with mining,  many  people  would-be.able to say, and  The various provincial governments  spend.about three million dollars annually on their forests and receive in  revenue   from  the*"   forest    industries  one-half    millions.  the- expenditures are less than  "*,<> million dollars  'Aiyiual Flowers,'yj and  the revenues 21.������  millions.  -  Ou  -yet in a bulletin on  prepared by  Missj    Isabella . Preston, *game and fisheries  specialist   in   ornaiffentaI   horticulture'  of the  Dominion experimental  farms,  the names of upwards, of -i-iO varieties  that have been  tested at Ottawa are  growth no^w taking place." ,  a ������ . .   - -   -  South Alberta Sheep Breeders  Extend Invi'/at'on to Wool Growers to  Meet at Letlibridge Next Year  The annual meeting of the- .Southern  Alberta' Sheep Breeders, which was  held recently at Lethbridge, extended  a- very cordial" invitation fo the Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers, Limited, to hold the annual meeting of  that bod> for 1927 at Lethbridge. The  Southern Alberta Sheep Breeders have  found, the. co-operative a profitable  medium, for the selling of their wool,  and said so in no uncertain terms.    C  Vancouver's New Flour Mill  Expansion in Export Business Planned  by  Elig - MiJIitjg   Company  Vancouver  is to have a  large  new  $1,500,000  floury mill,   capable   of  producing 3,000 barrels of flour a day, according   to   information  reaching  tlie  city   of  Winnipeg.       The  Maple Leaf  Milling Company; taking over the assets of the Alberta    Pacific    Elevator  Company, is planning expansionyln the  jexftort milling business and wilf'take  advantage of the economy ."Vancouver  offers in handling wheat for. export.  given. In all a list of more than two  thousand varieties of flowers that have  been" tested at the Ottawa farm i" su**-  plied1 aud regarding wbich everybody  interested and requiring further .information-is invited to apply to the  Horticultural Division, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa.  - The bulletin, which jean be had* free  on application to the publications  branch at the capital is one that commends itself alike-to the market-and  the -domestic gardener, the flower  grower' on a large or .a -small scale\  Besides giving valuable bints pn cultivation it supplies an extensive"-list  with description of the best species and  varieties to grow, names the twelve  annuals [best suited "to each and practically every section of Canada, the  t-.velve best annuals for outside sowing, annuals for special purposes, and  tire list previously referred-to of annuals tested at the Ottawa- farm.  really    have    seen it. -    Such a large-] T ..-ht .,      " -, "* ^   ,  j-       ������ ������=    ayc^ o     jensen> 0f Magrath, was again elected  scale appeal to hu*maa curiosity would  be worth 1,000 emigration speeches."  *+ ��������� ���������   Helps   To   Increase   Income  **       a  \  Farmers Are Realizing Value of Keeping Accurate Accounts ���������-.._.  .The - problem of increasing his income is one which every man continually faces, but with the steady  trend of population ��������� toward urbau  centres with consequent rise in  gross Income to the individual the  problem may now be said to,affect the  farmer in a peculiar' way. One of the  means .by which the farmer may enlarge" bis earning power was recently  explained by J. aS. Donald, farm man-  .agement demonstrator at the Wisconsin College oI; Agriculture. He is of  the opinion that the keeping of .accurate farm accounts will greatly aid the  farmer iii enlarging his returns.  "A number of farmers are. keeping  farm accounts," he said, "and of  course, know  their value. '   A  much  . larger number are not keeping such  accounts or any systematic/ record  of their farm . business and so do  not appreciate the value of accounting  records. ���������      ;  "Every, progressive farmer who Is  trying to improve bis Income will welcome any method which will show  him brjeny and "with lil.l.lc trouble'his  actual net Income* lor his own time,  sifter deducting "all expenses Including  fit mil y labor. II' he fools Hint a I'nrm  account will I ell him too much bitter  truth, and'would rather not know how  much lie Ih losing, ho may be making  . ������-ml,slnke. Many fanners have heen  encoiu-'tgod lo T'nd "thot they, were4  making '-.sonicllihig when _ Hu-y  thotiVthl: rhoy w< ro loolng,'"  president; "W. H. Fairfield, Lethbridge,  first, and A-Green,  presidents. -  Taber, second viee<  -   British   Statesmen   Are   Wise  " Lord  Beav.erbr'ook thinks if British  statesmen would devote less  time to  settling European problems and more  Something   To   Memorize  Figures      Showing      Canada's      Area  Should Change la-ea of Americans  The Christian." Science Monitor's  "All-Canada" number contained many  fine articles and a great deal of information about Canada, but the one  line that should be read and memorized by several million* Americans,  who hold the idea that Canada is about  the size of the Island of Montreal, ap-  j peared on fhe- '-front age, under the  , heading: "Salient Facts About Canto settling the Canadian prairies it ada," and was as follows:  would be of greater benefit to the em-j Area, 3,729,665 square miles; slight-  pire. Possibly these statesmen are  anxious to see Europe in a condition  Where it can pay for the piroducts of  the ..prairies;���������Toronto Globe. ���������  Brevity  man with  v.cst," but  is the soul-of wit to  a scheme. He says,  never "investigate."  the  'in  ly larger than the United States.  The "man who pays as be goes sel  dom goes fast enough to overheat himself., "     ' - ��������� .- .     "���������"���������  Always tell the truth and you will  never have to fix up excuses.  An Agricultural Family  Engaged  less than $700,000  is spent and nearly $1,700,000 revenue  is obtained. Under these three headings alone we find-a direct revenue of  16^2 millions, as opposed by maintenance charges by the governments fh  .question of only 4 millions.  En-Uiis connection _ao account is taken of the huge payrolls in xhe three  industries. No-record is made of the  dependent-industries^the supplies pur-  'cbaSedv. "the transportation furnished  to the railways or-to i_he profits that  are made for the benefit of shareholders in every part of the Dominion.  It is .thus apparent, says the natural  resurces intelligence service of the d.a-  partment of the interior, how profitable to the country is the development  of natural resources; and how essential that "the greatest care and supervision should be maintained over their  exploitation. Mineral resources may  be forever wasted by usinfe up the  high-grade ores and neglecting the  lower grade. This is known as '"picK-  ing the ey-es outvof a mine." Forest  reserves may be depleted in a genera-  'tio'n through fire, insect ravages aria-  indiscriminate cutting. Fisheries  Which, with care, might be maintain-  tained an perpetuity, may be exhausted, through excessive and unrestricted  prey upon given areas and specific  . species. _ The gradual depletion oC  the "magnificent sturgeon and ojf the  sperm whale are but two examples oC  tbis.  The   public   conscience is  gradually  becoming    awakened    however.      Re-  Six Sons' of .Scotchmen  Are  'In   Farming  William    Mailer,    who    has died in  Stirling"at the age" of 79, was a member of an agricultural family idaentified  for many years with the Stirling )ancl  Doune  districts,  and was  among the  first of the"band of Scottish farmers,  to take up holdings in England.      All  sponsible officials are pointing the way  i to rnore business-like regulations and  his six sons are engaged in farming-  three in Canada, two in England, and  the sixth at the family holding, Col-  dochy, - Blair ��������� Drummond, Doune.  Three    daughters    are    married --to  Easy Way To Raise Strawberries  Experiment of California Man ,Was  Highly Successful y. 77  Strawberries enough to supply a  family for a season can . be grown  in a barrel. This has been demonstrated by a Caiifornian,- Delavan "D.  Johnson, says Popular "Science Monthly. A baixel in which holes have  been bored is filled with dirt. In  each of the holes a vine is set, and  under each vine is built a screen platform to support it as it grows and  bears fruit. As many as sixty vines  can be grown iu one barrel.  WESTERN CANADA'S FIRST HOME-MADE ENGINE  Made Hit Anywny-  Jen-kH     <urtei*    an    absence     from  home) :   And   so  you   phot   a   burglar  while  alone and   unprotected.       What  "**��������� hyi-a't* Utile woman y-vu are! !"*"l  wluit bt'-esiine of him'?  Mrs. Jt'tiUins: Ob. the oilfer burglnr  ���������cai'1'ied-.blm tiff!  Jenl-d.  Which oilier burglar?  Mi'-j; .lonkn: Tlie one I nlined at!  Mails'  dlMIT**'"*  Is  man  only ri  Who    c: hi I ins  coward.  , lo   hi-  u  N.     L*  1U2X  their efficient enforcement. The exhaustible -portion of our natural heritage may yet' be preserved for generations yet unborn, and at that, with no  appreciable sacrifice of immediate  needs or legitimate gain.  Another railroad milestone of Western Canada wiih pn.RRed oh April 20,  when Hie Urst. - engine ever confl.ruct.-  ed in this part of the Dominion wiih  lurnod. out of the Canadian -Nntlonnl  Railways TrunseOna Shops ul. Wliuil-  pen, where it was built. Engine 2717  shown above was enii.sii-iic.i-d en I Inly in tbo Wul shops, Ibe work bidjiR  rtone in ntldlllon \.0 the. :*cgul;ir outi.ui  of   repairs   to   other  engines.       A I'I or  on  the .various parts were made, the tive and .tender complete la 103 tana.?  frames for the locomotive were laid] ATI ou trial runs. It will bo used  down on March 11 antl construction  was completed on April l!Hh, it total  of 27 working days, the "ilrst run being made to Winnipeg on the follow-  Jn.. dny.  Number ""7-I7 Ih classed ns a Sfi per  ei'iil. engine, Ih capable of main and  branch line  freight bundling and has  ^Uj.H li.'iii.   ������>jf>t.;t a   io  3"LiJ4   |.i������i"."   1 i'iii.l.si.'u'li"  tlnenial.      The weight of the��������� locomo-  Shipping Trees For Prairies  Busy   Season   At   Dominion   Forestry  Farm Has Started -  ���������    .  The staif of the Dominion forestry-  farm at Sutherland are as busy aa  bees in the proverbial hive,  shipping baby trees destined to become pleasant groves of shelter In  nearly 3,000 places���������as far east as  Portage la Prairie, am? as Far northwest as Peace River and as far nortn  as Shellbrook.  This is the. start of the busy season  for James McLean, superintendent of  Northern Saskatchewan's forest factory, and from now on what with  shipping and planting all hands will  have scant time for personal occupations.  The demand for this free service afforded by ihe Dominion Government  fluctuates wiih the years, according to  farming conditions and settler,'*" movements. Tp to the full of 3 923 the  Sutherland stalion hud shipped, sinc-.-  its Inception, over 17.000,000 trees. For  1921 the total was over 2,000,500,  while in UJi*25 It was about the same  huniber. This year the striking number of 3,3u*>,<"0������> is to be shipped.  _jyinp!e. ash, and carrapana are  grovvm from seed, willows and poplars from callings... This year, the  Sutherland foivslry farm hat" 3 5 acre*-  under   first-year  earragana.   12   under  [Manitoba maple, 11. under su*U nnd Id  of two-year-old cari-asa-iia, the balance  j being more or le*s in proportl:������n.  I     A  mapl-e  tree,   incidentally   will  ������tain a growth of 1-1  Inches in its  year, fro in seed-, rising lo  three feet in   the    second  reaching  li  feci, by    the  years.  at-  fi rst  a  lU'lgbt* of  year    ami  end    o I   111  main  lino  lime  freight trains on  Alberta dlnti*!ct of the Canadian  tlomil, whore the best    use    -can    be!  made of tlifs class of locomotive and  where Lhe fuel saving    devices    with, two Inches  whieh it Is equipped will give the most |UriiK<l-wK*,-.-  ��������� u pur f>  Mew   Fire-pro*f ^Bui'd'.r.jj   M'-rslrr'.r-l  tbo J     The   rren-T-h   have. :i   new  llrepioTS'f  Na-j building material made ol straw.    The  sts'-.tw    1-.    i������ir������h<-d    lino.    jvHtanKUlar  panels uiate reel long by idx wide and  thick,  bound   together  by  Mln-.a    about    tlx    Ssi'-lie,--.  economical    reault-3.      "N'uuiber  27LS, ,upari.      The    heavy    pr������.-.s.-ute    under  which Is now in course of construction j xvlilrh   tlir-  panels  aro  ronmrtit-'ifd  ns  Ti .iiimlkijih, iviil ii*) i-.-iU4i i'or bfi vice _ ayvfaii   rjs   the   mineral   -r<������iit*-rnH   mt    him  In Alberta in May.  i  fcUikw atcuuj'L tor lis being :flt>"proof.  IMfflaBBia^  -fioiMfciaw  m&mm4Jmmi  mssssm ':>'-.  Ip&W&BWi  Farom  YOU GAN HELP I  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  Strawberries. Raspberries  ��������� '������������������������������������ ���������"   v  We are again paving TOP CASH PRICE AT TIME  OF DELIVERY for all lines ot Fruit.    Telephone  us what you have and we will quote you our price.  Tfiston Valley Prate Company  AT^. NELSON, Manager, Phone 93.  .      The    subject^ of-, the      I Christ Church on Sunday evening will  be --Kindness" ���������the fifth fruit of the  Holy Spirit. -- *--  Mrs. Olson and three children t>f  Waldo are Creston visitors, this week,  guests uf the former's parents, Mr.  and Mrs. W. Morrow.  Miss Lionise Bevan left on Saturday  for New York' and other eastern  points, where -he will spend part of-  the midsunainier vacation.     ~~  Cow Fob SALK-^-Shorthorn-HoIstein  5 years old, fresh one month, giuiran-  teed good milker, $75. Mrs- Guy Constable (Alice Siding), Creston,  Hobsbb Fob Sale���������Going cheap  two teams of work horses, or will sell  singly if desired, good for road or  saddle.    F. N. Thompson, Lister.  Cows Fob. Sale���������Two milch cows,  Ho!ste'_.n-Shorthorn, 7 years old.  Both cows fiteshensoon. Also Shorthorn heifei;.    E. Nouguier^ Canyon.  Full stock" of T\vink  D'ye���������the new  flake dye that washes when  it dyes. ,  Also Sunset. Diamond Pit, Elkays and J  Byola  Dyes.    Creston  Drug  & Book  Store.  Miss Eva   Holmes,   who has   been  teaching at Wasa since tbe new year**  is ho me for the summer vacation with  her    parents,   Mr.    and    Mrs,  E.    N.  Holmes.  Fob Sale���������One hay loader, several  Massey-Harris * mowers, thresher's  tank pump, single mattress, new;  carpet sweeper, cook stove. C. Blair,  Canyon.  D. T. Serimgeour was at Craoibrook  on Thursday last for a conference  of \  the kootenay branch managers of  the  Bank of   Commerce  with the bank's  *t  B.C. inspector. _  Fernie Free Pree: Mrs. Lj. E. Mead,  accompanied' by' her small grandson,  Gavin Mead, left last Saturday for the  coast, where7 they will spend" the  summer months.  Team Houses Wa^ed-���������Will buy  a good, serviceable team, ibout 2200 or  2400 lbs., not more than 8 years old.  Will also buy a good strong democrat.  Geo. Jacks. Camp Lister,  jgjjjjlliigil^  Roadster end Taarbig-.-  ���������**  *^'  Coupe cmd~Coach     ���������ff  cm      S AMrrmS  I__l_T _____������ -_____H_______��������� ________���������       -                                                                                                                                                                          _    _.__._. mm. mmmmm....* ������������������������"��������������� ^^  Sedan    .   -0/B-  Landau Sedan 2*J���������  Commercial Chassis. **������  Qne Ton Truck ***-  K::  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   Sm   JMAXW^U-  SERV1CE ON ANYTHING OPERATED ������Y GASOLINE  hophooiG Victors $20.00  down.    Balance $15 a month till paid for.  New Supply of Rubber Aprons  in dainty Pastel Sfiade, 75c. and $1.00.  Kotex 85c.    Belts 50c.    Aprons $1  Books and Magazines.    Parasols.    Eye Specs & Visor.  ICE CREAM-        COOLING DRINKS  APPLE CIDEB.  Anglican Ghurch Services  SUNDAY, JULY 4-  CRESTON        SIRDAR        CANYON  7.30 p.m.     8 and 10.30 asm.     13 p.m.  Local and Personal  Light and Heawy  Shoes Uf ado  to Order  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  MW^mmimW    gmYjfflgff   "iPww m*������U w%fewi&ml B  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Fob Sale���������Vega cream separator^  almost new,two-cow capacity j $16. F*  K. Smith, Cresten.   , :.'...  C"eroBi^ i->6it Salf���������-Barrel churn,  suitable for one or two cows, *$5.  V tctor Carr . Creston.  Miss Hose Cherrington is spending a  few days with Nelson friends this  week, leaving on Monday.  WANTED���������-Immediately camp cook  for -survey part.-jj of six. Apply C.  Moore, surveyor'in chat ge. '  Cow Fob Sale���������Holetein, T B test  ed, gives 20 quarts of milk per day.  Mis. R. Dalbom, Wynndel.  Cold -creams, .vanishing creams,  jilmond creams in all .leading makes .at.  Creston Drug & Bookstore.' y    '  Mrs. Beninger returned On Saturday,  from'Cranbiook, where ane has been |  on a short visit with friends.- -  Mib. F. O. and Mrs. y.C O. Rodgers  are visitors with friends in Spokane  this week, leaving o"h Sunday.  Saturday was one of the hottest  days the Valley has ever experienced,  the official thermometer getting "up to  100 in .the shader^-about the third time  this has ever been known.  The'lnmber is on the grounds for the  newbunglalow   Mrs.    Fleetwood   is  bttilding,on<her.property at the corner  of Hillside Road and "Victoria Avenue.  G  Heinwald has the contract.  '--'-"'__.. j*-"1  Mrs.   Gtunsk<7ofyyMacleod, Alberta,  spent a few days j with  her   parents,  Mr.; and Mrs.  A.  Comfort last" week,  coming '"for the Gqrufort-Cooper wedding.     She left-for home on Saturday.  Mis.; Millie McDonald, who is oh'the  teaching staff al^Blayinore, Alberta.  ���������������������-.*.*tmri home tms week for the sum--  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  ^mW ^ ^  -  KEM/K*  !arrived[home tftfcs week for the sum  ���������net vacation with her parents, Mr,  a������nd Mrs. H.W.yMcDonald, at Gleneoe  Ranch  . H. H. Browne, grazing ranger,^ was  here on an official visit at the first of  the week. From appearance haying  this year will start about as early as  in 1924 when cutting was under wijy  on July 20th.  SUGAR.  No Machine will rum 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  *-���������   ** " y^  High grade Gas by the. drum or gallon.  W akted���������-Strawberries.  other   snvnll  fruits and   A  Keown -fc Coulter, Fernie,  Cherries,  is.    Mc  00*0  tB    "JIB., fi^'-H"  Real Lemonade in  a  Convenient Farm  LEMADE wintaino no ntrti^e-  ial coloring, flavoring or additional frnit acid.  Fresh "Lemon Juice only fcivea  LEMADE itH flavor. It in  made by dryin# the nwoetened  jnico of frtssh, rip-e lernonn.  Bpletidui Tor c-ookJsj^ pur^cxcr.,  as well aa for a drink. Msike*. a  hotter lemon r*if* than a fresh  lemon. Ufl-e it for iced or hot  tea, lemon Antic-"*, lemon jelly and  lemon ksinp".  V. GVfAW&OtPi  Misses Annie and Eva Eddy of  Pincher Creek, Alberta, are here on a  visit with their grandfutber, Jos.  Speers. -  Comtnenciiig July  1st. the rate ofi  postage on letters to points in Canada  and the United 4Sti*tea is reduced  to  two cents,  The Valley is In the grip of another  dry spell  with rain  badly   needed to  , assure a  full  crop of  riifipbenies   on  unirrigated lands.  TTp to present tho Valley has been  ununally free of forest fires consider-  tng the very dry senson prevailing  si nee ejtrly April,  PrliiclpuB   Rft:l/<-llun    of  tho    public  schcol left on ErifUiy via Spokane* for'  the auriuner  vacation   which he  will  ap������*nd at the const,  \     Mii-������ Carrie, a former liigh  Bc.hooJ  tt^Jicher,  nptint  a few ilny������������ h������������rn with  iVli-H, ft. Bu-Vf-ns, enrouto from  Furuioj  to her horno at Kelson.  There will   be the  inuial  uervicu  in'  11������ ly (Urofc-** Chin eh on   Bundny morn  ing. July   Ith,  ul,  lO.'Sfl*, with  Frtther  <'(n-inn  In   -charge,  and  lioruuftnr  tht*  service  t*viii be   Hut   rUa-l.  e.nc-ii nurnitla.  .J\4 ������aaia...ai j.  B  Which we were able to procure for Our  traide,: will ysatisfy yoii. 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 amber color. Do not fail to try a  package of this Tea at a medium price  ���������SEVENTY CENTS A POUND,  Dry Goads  Groceries  Furniture  Hardware  BSHB  imm ii  f/gjLvt  BHhhhmSh


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