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 J?.-.-- -i';'--ja>.i?f-arr^:  #7  *���������*?������  Provincial "Library  aplZ?  jfmjr,  rkvTkw  ���������**  V  J  CBESTOK. B. C.,y$|������II>AY. AUGUST 13, 1926  Ho. 26  W&mm&mi  aid  /  -Donald Young. ^Thope in the party  i were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson,  Lois Anderson, Laura Andeen ,* Esther  "Nelson, W. M. ArO, Sid Abar, A.  Simpson, Claude.. Simpson and C  Bush. ���������     ���������   '-  On Saturday  evening  at -the  .schpolhocse; Wynndel, a shower '-was  given Miss < Georgina Towson and H.  Andestad. whose wedding took* place_  -at Oreston on* August 11th.   Tlie place  was  crowded _ with, friend^    of _the  young couple, from ;all  parts. of the  district, and a very eniqayable7e.veo.ioff  Was had.   Mrs. Guy Constable. Bon.  Smith and 33. Andestad  supplied the'  music for -the evening.   Hr P.   Pack-  ���������saawtts asked to say a few words,  remarking that it wtia greafcpleasure  to gee so many ' turn out oh sneh "���������"'"a  occbsion, and- was- surely  proof   posi--! visiting their father,  tife^ that the two ynrin& people were-j'  nw-^-rfe of  W^^^^^^m  MUtj^ZIiaWM  Mrs. Dan McDonald.left on Friday  for Creston on a visit with her mother  Mrs* Lytle, She.*was accompanied by  hei* sister. Miss Vera Willoughy, who  ha3 beeiiya visitor.-fiere.  .   Mr #nd   Mrs.   Gerald   Devlin   and  children,, and Clarence Devlin.,  both  sobs of' Normal Devlin,,   arrived   on  Sunday-by. auto from Saskatchewan  ]They  expect to stay a   week   op  popular -with ���������alii'*" All" were  the interest "Miss Towsbn has taken  itvtTheconimunity. ittsocial effort and  otherwise;    ever * .since . coming ^to  Wynndel she-has taken great interest,  in the young girls, and was responsible  for . organizing   the   Wynndel' Girls  Club, which has been a success, giving  enteatainments  Irom    time to   time  that all have enjoyed, and it .is, sin-  ereiy hoped the  bride  o������ Wednesday  wilt still find tiiue   to carry  on  the  good work she has inaugurated."- The  groom* was also refered to. mention  being made of his popularity with all  Wynndel folks.   The gifts were then  presented and   with   them. went the  wish that  whenever they  were" used  the giver be remembered as wishing  the newlyweds a -happy and prosperous future.   'The groom-to-be   briefly  thanked those present for their much  appreciated gifts and the good wishes.  Refreshments    were      served,     and  rounded off one of the most enjoyable  social,   get-tojcether's   in   'Wynndel's  - history,Kand thoserespontsible for the  affair are certainly -to be congratulated, on thi;  splendid   way   the   whole  affair went off. - *  Messrs. W. M. ���������Verrau, M. Thanks  and A. P. Trou of Seattle1 motored  hereon Sunday, leaving the *folid wing  day nn a fishing Crip up Goat River. \  W. O, Davis took thero tip with pack  "horses, and they will be away a week*  The federal Liberal campaign in the  4Jrestoh district :Jls oflf to an entbusias-  -tie start wiihjH.;V^it "here on Wednesday and Ttitir^aly. of Harry Gate, the  party, at^ndatdy t^aarer ht_West Kootenay; ticcompiij^ld by 'Mra. Gale* who  had splen JIS oip^nization meetings at  Sirdar, Cres'totffya^d Kitchener during  his stay from \^i|dnesday boon till the  departure "oi fch������* westbound train on  soLThursdSr.   "'"'**..   "'  Although AvordL"of his visit here did"1  not come vuntil ^"jescbiy evening, the  execLitiy������* of the Liberal* Association I the Valley  ally   associated     with- a  Vancouver  house that was able for a tinie.   to  handle weekly carload shipments from  Jthe Okanngin in, 1019.   that got the  grower82 a.box f.o.b., and sold in  Vancouver at   $2.75,   and   was   the  theatre of bringing, the price of apples  down to that price in that city.    Due  to the wholesale interests threatening  a boycot ion growers^ or .selling  agencies that- supplied   the house "he was  forced ,out of the business.  .   Mr. Gale, hag-a. businesslike way of  talking   and "is conversant with the  j-subjectit he discusses, consequently it  is not surprising that he made such a  fin������ impression on alf who heard hiim  Se will he back "again  before* polling  ] day to hold meetings at all points in  -, Eric Craigie left on Saturday on a  Messrs. Bert Sly, the P. Brans man,  S. Fearnside of the Gntta Percha.  -Rubber Company, Cranbrook. were  "Business call* rs here on Monday. A.  J. Calhoun, the Plunkett & Savage  salesman, was here the-followiog; day.  JE, - P.  paints    of   "Winnipeg,  was a  were at work early Wednesday and  with- the' heart y co-operation of the  ladtea^were ableto .-hold a rally at Sirdar, .that afternoon at which Mr. Gale  spoke briefly, mostly on organization,  and succeeded in. getting the workers  interested in, ayjsv������y that augurs well|  for Hbe, sueces-Pof the -candidate on  September 14th;>JUrs. B. F. Whiteside  being chosen iw the Sirdar representative on   the central ladies'-executive.  Bill  of-the   Arco   Company So impressive ^ras Mr. Gale's preset) ta-  of   "Winnipeg,  was a    motdr ftion. of the case* that ah auto load* of  ^fhe evening was brought to a fitting close by theNLiheral * ladies: who  served-refreshments in generous fash-  ton, and gave tbe candidate a splendid  opportunity .to meet the people.  At his meeting'at Kitchener on  Thursday afternoon "the turnout of~|  Indies v.-as good, and Mr.. Gale spoke  effectively on tne Liberal policy aa  well as on organization, and the ladies  are to meet "tonight to elect campaign  officers.  iaSp to -neSs&u.  - John Hall, jr.* who has' been working at Vancouver' for   the  past  few  month0, is at home for a short vacation at present.'  ." "Warehouseman it. Walters haa  "opened up the Fruit Exchange packing  shed for the season, and this week haa  I has been putting up a. quantity of  peaxs. The Wealthy apples should be  coming along any day now.   *���������   <  7 Friends of Miss Beth"~Putnam will  be glad to know that latest word: from  Cranbrook hospital, where she haa.  been a patient for the past, ten days.  is satisfactory, though not quite as  optimistic as desired.'  The trustees have been fortunate in  securing an experienced male principal  for the Eriekson school in Mr. Jents.  hailing-from Vancouver, but was one  time in charge of the school at Yahk,  His assistant will be Miss Walker "of  Nelson, - ~  Sang of | half -a  caller the same day. B. "B.  Cameron & Sang, Cranbrook,'. was  here Thursday.. Mr, corrie, of Fernie,  was a business   caller  on "Thursday.  Mrs. Jas. Cook of Creston- was here  last week for a few days stay, the  .guest of Mrs. Arthur North.  " Miss" Ethel Mclntryte of Lefchbridge.  Albert ct, is a Sirdar visitoi at 'present,  -the guest of Miss "Eileen "Heap.  wmzmm  .  .     Mr. ���������Cherbo hadytbe h*d-lack; to-have  ���������**- -*-'-.; 4^^^hWAW-his eat-fe^_kilted--"6y-?������6e:  westbound way freight on Pralayv   ;  rBfthardy Joyce,    and   W������--i Walby  motored to Creston on' Wednesday on  :aArieirbueines8 vinit.'. - k 7   - ^  f-"  ,-      *--;.-'----���������  S. McNare; who has been employed  at the Sash -&" Door Company, Limited  fj>r some time, left on Sunday for  Cs-an brook. "'     -      ^ ^  -Mrs. W. Cowley and -family left a  few days for Creston where they nro  -residing for the_praseot.  ities. Ellis, who is* working nt Goat-  fell came np on Sunday on a vinit  with friends.  Andy Wickholm, Wille, Myrtle  and Gecrge Wickholm, motored to  Yahk for a visit on Saturday night.  Mrs. Brawn ia a Creston visitor this  week, wbere she is visiting Mrs". *Jas.  Cook and pother friends.."      ^ y  The usual third "Sunday in., tlie  month Church of - Bngland service is  cancelled for the 15th, Bev, S. "Newby  being absent on a well earned.-vacation. _,"_"'-  The auto tourist rush is thin ing out.  The forest fires and heayy smoke pall,  which   obliterates    \hu   scenery,   no  dozen^ tit the Sirdar audience  capteon to Cs-esLon to hear him again  in the evening. -r  Mr. Gale's^rwception at'Creston* was  an-ntgreeable .^arprise. jAItfaou&h but  eight houi*s"_ notice could be given, the  basement <:*f Trinity Church eontaiped  an audience of- alniOst 100 when proceedings, started*Wednesday evening*  the attendance of ladies, being particularly, large. "C. P. Hayes presided and  w ith him on the platform were J. P.  Rose and the Candidate.  Mr. Gale -in. a fighting' speech explained just why he had- accepted the  noauination, and in view of certain  jc-uiu'u-s that _������re^!*-fiady.afloat as to  yhim l^hgi^i'^^  opportttnity to -poiotyowt that he was  Canad an' born fdrr threeygeneratione^pp^^T  back;;" / *   '.  k  '-   ' - r  He sketched the cn&tomaiscahdal in  no. uncertain terms and very effectively disposed of the whimperings that  -are going oh about the. alleged-immoral conduct of former Liberal cabinet  ministers.' .."-"  He pointed out that B.C. develop  snetit was wrjipped up with the development of the three prairie.provinces,  and the best way to~ assist with  the  and  Birth���������on August 4tb, to Mr.  | Mrs. Tom Anderson,a daughter.  - Word'has been received that former  Princip-*l Lallamand of the Alice Siding school, will be in. charge at y Cantor for the. next term, a school of  which he was formerly in chavge.  Jack Smith is. taking a few days'  vacation this week and is on a fishing  trip to Kuskanook. *  Misses Ivin   Compton. aud   Gladys  Webster, "who    are   in    camp   with  5*tiTJity   .Church    yonng y f^ople -"-at?  Saiica' hiked ih^to- Bos\,?ieil~>ti������- lreh"ew  acquaintances" a. .couple of days thia  doubt accounting for the easing off of  west's advancement w-is for this prov  the visitors so eaily-tn the year.    "/     ince to have more Liberal  members  Messrs. C. Anderson, L. "Willard and  B. Rcnstrom of Crestsn were motor  visitors to Kitchener on business on  Tuesday evening,  - ;. Mr6������-"-WnlterN Walby made a buyimees  trip to to Creston on Wednesday, and  while there was'a guest of Key, and  Mrs. Appelt.   ���������"'��������� -.''./ ':���������.  Dan McDonald was a weekend  vlstc-r herafl from Yahk. 7  Frnnk Sttiples of Eriekson waa a  business caller oh Thursday,  D. T. Scrimgeou-f*, mnriage-^of it_h*ei  Bank of Commea-co ������t Cretton, alotCg  with B.W. Thomas, were butt'ness  visitors oh Friday.  Chas. llykertf along with  Mr,  and  Mrs, Davis ciibtoms officer at Rykerts  Porthili) were cail������i*a here on Friday.  Messrs. Bill nnd Walter Long,  und Mian J, Long of Erlrkenn, were  motot-eallei-M here on Sunday. ,.  Jim Dodds made a weekend -visit to  SpoKiine purchasing a new wheel for  bin truck, nnd is now going strong  hunilng' polrts for the Pago A" Hill  <V*diir OnnipAny of Spokane.  Postcards arryiug from time to time  from Mrs. "Martin and Mrs. Loasby  indicate that the ladies are having a  very fine time, nnd going so steadily  that letter writing ia nut of tbe ques  tion. They ivill sail for home, on the  20th.  ' Misses Dorothy Cam and Eileen  Heap.were hostes*-es at a corn roast  that": was staged oh tne beach on  Monday night, and which provided a  great evening's fun for the young  people,* as well as a .sprinkling of the  grownup--. A hot dog spread will  likely be the next celebration.  y Harry Gale, Liberal candidate JiR  W������������t "Kootenay, with Mrs. Gale, and  a trio of Creston Lilierls in Miners. M.  J. Boyd, O. W. Hayes and Alf������������������; Palmer,  wei*e v in!tors h*������re on t Wed noaday  afternoon when .tt hsi-jtHy attrB'ainjsed  meeting wau. held In   the- Hchoolhouso  who could meet the Liberal and Pro--  gresaive forces from the prairies at  Ottawa as friend witb friend. -**  To save the fruit industry Mr. Gale  promises hi& best efforts' to establish  cold .storage warehouses in B.C., the  Old Coontry and at prairie and eastern points so thnt B.C. upples.could be  kept iu stock aud put on the market  ju������t as the del p and die tu ten and In  that way give some chantee to the  gripwei-.of obtaining 11 fair price."  : Mi*. Gale speaks with authority on  fruit marketing having   been   persou-  The haymakers* in this section are  pretty well through; with the harvest*  Some of them tep'ort light cuts, but  all are- agreed that the weather lias  been-ideal. *   ""-** ���������   >-  Haymaking picnics are tfm order of  the day, the men folk of Alderson,  Ash and Webster * crews getting a  surprise when their ladies and friends  surprised them-with a swell supper .on  the flats and helped themselves to a  hayrack ride home���������Thursday last.  Alice    Siding   will    have   a,' male  prinoipal again, the trustees having  secured  a   man    teacher   to   replace  Mr. Lallamand in charge of the local  achool. "  Frank Palmer is at present a patient  in tbe Nelson hospital suffering with  a broken leg, which- he sustained  on "Wednesday last 'while at work  installing his sawmill at Six Mile,  rear Nelson. The break is a clean  one, and a speedy - recovery may be  looked for.  The    Vancouver   Daily    Province  chronicles  the  ' marriage     at ^ Port  Hammond, on   August- 4tb, of  Miss_  Trembath. former principal uf Eriekson school, who on that date became  the  bride   of  Bobert   Bruce   Irving*  The  bride^    charmingly  dres-sed.    in  white Georgette trimmed|with pleated  satin and Juliet veil held in place by a  bandeau * of' pearls,  and   carrying a  shower .bouquet of Ophelib -roses and  lily of the  valley,   entered the room  -ir-ItS a������r"hroihe^_3-'faw, 'Mr.73fc   E.  PowelL, The hride was attended by  heir si*3t^JHiss Hazel Ttembath, who  wore rose Georgette   and  carried  a  j������hower bouquet of Ophelia roses and  gladiolus.   The rooms were decorated  with evergreens and summer flowers,  the ceremony   taking  place' under ft  floral arch.   After & reception,   Mr.  and Mrs. Irving left for a brief honeymoon, previous to their' departure for  their future home in   Detroit,   Mich.  mUstesr  with u mofit Butl&PiiVCtorjr' uttendimcc,; i  Mr, GalO tuttdc a splendid ImproBHlon  In tho half houry'address thai he-gave  and has certainly got the Liboral  eampaign off "to a good atart here.  Mr&. Whlteelde was named to represent Sirdar on the cenfriil eixooutiv 1*  off.tho Oreet'o-b.' "Dlatrie't ' Lflieral"lMdleH  organluitlon. At the clone of - tho  meeting' icfi"'-sUmei->ta wotfo served  and evuiyonn given a chance to meet  the candlrl/iito as well n-s Mra. Gale,  -who ih with her husband,*'      .  Chas. Statll of the Page A HlH Oedar  Co.t Spokane, was a buainewa vtaltor | ^ Tolei>lume.   tuttm  m'tlio  on Tuesday.   1      ��������� "  liay , McKelvey,  Jiu)_,and    Jack  nt   tho  Klteeoner  D-xlchi sfb.  gtteota  7/ ^ crowii from hftiw left on''Sunday  tttninlng foi' the Iropi Bange mine to  pick huckl������lwriii*������., ������nd  brought liark  a.lnt-rtft.HuUntJty.. . WM������w 'thwe ������hi-y  wi*re i lie  -p .ft'-ite -..->! Ai   Lcl"������������?c   an������������  Arrow  jL.-uik.ey oout^tiry havu buuti- owl nhaul  one third. One oan talk from  Nalctrnp from Nelson for 60 oents,  Thoro nro ao muny'spootntore at  the ootnmnnity awitnmiiiK pool at  Jfemio that it haa boeii deblded to  <olnariKC an wdnntoaSow to l*ook������r������ oik  ������������������ea������inpt    parontu    aocoaipwa-siyinf?  I     * ������,v .  1 ommiiiui'������*ii.  !  A meeting* of all interested in  the election of Hsirry Galo,  iiberat candidate in West  Kootenay, will be held ih  SPEERS' HALL, Creaton  IjjJJ J J U {I y ^ ftp g������ lu  at EltiHT ptril  BUSINESS:  To arrange Gftimpaign matters  generally; so as to "assuro  Mr. > Gale's    election    on  September 14th.  Como. and bring all tbe  friends.      .  mWT mmt   MlW Om\\ ^���������-ffmmW^ __9__i__l   '     mmmfSm BmmwT^ftjILW  -���������"'���������'''-" ���������- '.' *  ^^^ ���������,.,"..'���������������.*',."*���������'*'      ��������� '^*^\ .'���������,,,'"������,;  Miss Neola Clark is a visitor this  week ot Creston, a guest of Mrs. W.  J..Truscott., _���������  The United Church Ladies! Aid  had a successful lawjn social at Mrs.  Knott's on, Thursday last, which  netted the society about 830,  Mrs. and Miss Harback of Vulcan,  Albcrti*, are visitore here with the  ���������t irmor'a son, pastor Harback, and are  stopping with Mr. and - Mrs. P.  Knott.     ���������'... .'" '������������������*'������������������ '������������������ ���������-,.���������' y--!  1  J. F, EOSE* President.  W. Searle la bnuy at pr������aent putting  a ver'indith on th->* front and side of  his rtBldence,   which will  ^decidedly!  improve    tho    appearance    of    the  -property. ���������-' ������������������..'.'.;  W, Rldd lo going into thoy poultry  bnalr.cBS and la just completing the  erection of a 10 x SO ponltry house.  O. A- ttobinaon is adding *} third unit  fbr turkey raising, hla structure-being  10x80 feet.  Canyon haymaker* are through  with operations on tha flats nnd-have  had the finest kind of weather for the  harvest.   All    report      good      eut*  ���������t*!t"h-oi*a[-*h -tArmaf- nvvritA on the  maadowe  were certainly very thin.  Mrs. T. Hickey and Mine Edna  Hlckoy, who havo been visiting -with  Olftrcfiholm, Alberta, frienda for the  pact tew weeks, arrived home a  few days ago, and it ia pleasing to  hear.Mre. Hickey'g health ehowa nomo  Improvement.  Mies Ruhjr Lister of the nursing  staff of St. -Eugene hospital, Cranbrook, is home for two weeks* vacation with her parents, Col. and Mrs.  Lister.  Mrs. Jacks and son, Brie, and Mra.  Knott aie away on a holiday trip to  Vancouver., -where they are visiting  with Mrs. Blrney, formerly ot Eriekson. .  J. C. Holme, who Ih employed in the  concentrator at Kimberiey, is spending a couple of weeks at the ranch  with his brother, Harry.  Harry Yerbury has just about completed the preliminary work on the.  fur farm ho is installing; on twenty  acres of land -secured from Col. Lister.  His line will be muskrat, fisher, marten, etc. and in a few daye expects to  have Uio needed 2 permit to trap the  parent stock required to start the  farm. Already he haa taken delivery  of a pen of Chinchilla, rabbits from  Eastern Canada.  Newa that provincial poMoe H.  McLaren had caught the burglars who  robbed Lister store on July 550th,  cleaning it ouS, ol ISaw-otjEtg' Castraeto.  as well as as taking a quantity of  canned meat and flub, la heard with  great satisfaction:' hero,' The five  Indians "who did the job appeared In  court at Oresoon on Saturday, two of  them drawing a aentenco of two  month".* Imprisonment,' Mr. McLaren  ro   R2  C*jj>***l C*5  um fco n;a to *Z,<t i-c.:  Ferry,, Idaho, aa well aa Investigate  the* Creaton reserve to track down and  bring homo for trial vh*isa IsspMcited,  And that he waa ablo to do'It In about  two weeks indicates that 'lie ia not  ���������low in giiesing In what quarter to  look for M*g siiiiij, nor In gettfug &hc*srt  once he geta thn clue. !EHB   REVIEW.   CRESTON,   B.    a  ���������jT  mmmmmmmB.  Symbol  Of  Armed   Force  /?=  German  Military   Uniforms   Seen   At  Peace Conference        #'  German military uniforms were the  only military uniforms visible at the  conference table at Geneva when^ experts under the auspices- of the League  of Nations began their official discussions on May. 18 at Geneva, Switzerland. The one great nation theoretically already disarmed. Germany was  the one nation to appear with the  symbol ,of armed forces. That in-  cident-graphically explains the reason  why the voluntary disarmament,oC nations in Europe Is extremely difficult.  *> '  It is not armament that makes a nation dangerous, ,but an armed, mind.  The fact that Germany has been- forced to destroy must- of her weapons of  ���������war and to disband her great military  machine does" not make her neighbors  safe if she thinks in terms of arms and  armies. Of all the problems before  those experts at Geneva, the chief ls  that, of! finding a way to secure moral  disarmament,   x  1  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Cancer Without  Operation  Cantassium   Treatment   Recommended  By a Leading British Authority  On This  Disease  "It is a strange 'thing, that concerning   almost   every   "cure"   for   cancer  which   has   been   advanced  by   either  the  medical profession,    or    by    the  greatest quack or impostor that ever  existed, if that so-called "cure" could5  be shown in any way to benefit a case  of  cancer,  or  in  anyway  to"modify  the course of the disease favorably, or  even, be  suspected of prolonging life,  that on examination, it will be found  that, If the drug or nostrum which is  lauded,   be    carefully    examined    and  looked into, potassium, in varying quan  tities   nnd  proportions,  will   be   found  to unwittingly form  one of the main  constituents' of such drug or nostrum.  Take for instance, the so-called "violet-leaf cure;" or the "willow-infusion  cure" of cancer.      These two "cures**"-  are  made by  procuring  violet  leaves  in  large quantities  and   boiling them  down and then drinking the. water in  whksh they were boiled.     Willow bark  and willow leaves  have been treated  in the same manner, and- the water in  which they have been boiled has been  drunk with the assertion that cases of  cancer  have  been  known  to   benefit.  The above claims, put forward for both  '"cures," have been supported by-members of the profession-on many occasions. "  "Every quack nostrum prepared by  the infusion of any herbs can be shown  to contain, all of them, one common  product of nature present ln���������all vegetable  life���������potassium  salts. .  -  "No method of treatment yet practised by .the . "ultra-orthodox" among  the members of the medical profession but can he shown scientifically to  owe its method of action to Influencing directly or indirectly the potassium  economy, and. perhaps, also the economy of the earthy salts of the body."  "There are many in the medical profession who will at once refuse to listen to or attempt any form of treatment other than that recognized  and  The bill approving the new trade  agreement between Canadaa and the  West Indies was given third reading  in the. house at Ottawa.  The National Assembly at Angora,  the Turkish capital, has ratified the  .treaty between Great Britain and Turkey settling the dispute over Mosul.  Julius Miller, of Michigan City, Indiana, lost his right eye when a passing automobile flicked  from the-road  a nail which penetrated Miller's skull.  *-- ^  A. C Ferguson,  K.C,  of Winnipeg,  was unanimously elected president of  the Manitoba Bar Association, at the  annual meeting in Winnipeg.  The Rumanian Government has ordered five submarines from Italy. Italy  is also completing the reconstruction  and refitting two Italian built torpedo boat destroyers for Rumania.  The first commercial shipment of  seed potatoes from British Columbia  to California went forward recently;  consisting of 60 tons of Burbank certified seed.  It has been officially announced by  the grain division of the Vancouver  Merchants' Exchange that no further  quotations on cash grain would be Issued, until September 1.  Three years absent 'from its native  cove a homing pigeon recently returned to England.. It was lost in Mar-  ennes, France, July 10, 1922. This Is  considered a remarkable feat of'"'bird  memory.  Senator Dandurand. government  leader,  replying  to a  question In the  senate,  sa?d the government intended j smiled-on by the "experts" in cancer,  to  appoint a minister ���������plenipotentiary | or  rather   cancer   as   tt  has  -hitherto  *-*--'_    Great Sucgoss Oi   *  CANTASSIUM  TREATMENT  - A well-known London surgeon-  and recognized authority on  Cancer has created \vor*ld-\vJde  JvitereSt in the discovery that *  Cancer is due to a deficiency of  potassium "salts" in the "body,  which. - causes' the cells' to break  ��������� down and "become malignant. " >  In-order-that every one may learn  The Real Cause oi Cancer  .n.     Temark-ibie   --boolc     has,    been  specially written.  Tbis   book:   will   be   sent" free* to  ���������patients or aWy one who, is interested in" th*" most successful  method of fte.ht-.ng 'THE CANCER  SCOURGE."  The   following   is   a   list   of   the  chapters:  _1. Tfce-X.imitations of Surgery; 2.  Some Do<r!ors Oppose Operation; 3.  What Cancer Is: 4. Why the BODY  CELLS BREAK DOWN; 5. Injurious CooKins Methqds; 6. Common  Errors in Diet; 7. Vital Elements  of Food: 8. Medical Endorsement  of Our Claims; 3. The-Chief Minerals of the Body: 3 0. The Thymus  Gland*��������� 11 Age When Lime Begins,  to "Accumulate; 12. Potassium  Causes Lime Excietion; 13. Great  Value of Potassium; 14. Parts of  Body Liable to Cancer; 15. Parts  Which Are Seldom Affected; 16.  How a Doctor Can Help; 17. How  to Avoid. Cancer; 18. Death-rate  From Cancer; li). Arterial Sclerosis  .-uid Old Age; 2<fc Rheumatism, Gout  and  Kindred  Complaints.  'With this book are a number of  interesting case-reports proving the  great value of "Catftassium Treatment" in various cases. The treatment is simple and inexpensive,  and can be -easily taken in one's  own home.  Apply for Free Book to  Charles Walter  51  Brunswick Ave,, TorontS 4, Ont.  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  =������>  Horizontal      -      1|~38  1���������Polynesian native of  - New Zealand.  6���������Wild  animal   Cpl.L  11���������Great plains in South  America.  12���������Umbrella-like   flower  clusters.  14���������Eastern state (abbr)  15���������A short poem.  17���������Neuter pronoun.  18���������"Lyric poem.  20���������British nobles.   ������  21r���������Confusion. V  22���������Tendency.  24���������Girl's name. ���������"''���������'.  2"**���������An onen  space.    '*-  26���������Terminated.  28���������Obtain   the   advantage in a contest.  29���������Precious  stone.  30���������-A weed.  31���������Man's name.  34���������-Not fresh.  37?���������Stem of'tall grass.  ���������An outfit.  40-���������Land  measure  (pi-).  Al���������Central state  (abbr.)  42���������Weary  44���������Rested.  45���������A road (fahbr.).  46���������An    aeroplane    control.  48���������Prefix denoting from.  49���������Paradisel  51���������A text book.       *~ ������. ���������  53���������Accomplishments.  54���������*A shaded walk.  Vertical  1���������-A ybung girl. '"  2���������Part of "verb "to .be."  3���������Poetical      form      ot  ..   openT      .  4���������-A contest.  5���������T lie      - Moliammedan  -religion.  6---A wind instrument.  7���������-Australian birds.  8-���������Man's name.  9���������Regarding.   7"  10���������Moves easily.  11���������Search.  13���������Ermine.  16���������Spoken.  19���������Gifted.  21���������Overdue.  2 3���������Luke wa rm.,  25���������An artery.  27���������Man's name,  28���������Part of verb "to be.'*  31���������Hibernians.  32���������Leased.  33���������Father.  35���������A commander.  36���������-Compound of ether.  38���������Furnaces for baking  rbricks.  39���������The earth.  42���������Knotted.  43���������One who performs.  4(5���������Salutation.  47���������To catch.     ���������"��������� .'  50.���������A> diphthong..  52���������To act.  *   - -   -     ^'   :   - '  ���������  UQft  As   to  whether  the ���������" existed and been treated."  ���������     "There are those in the profession  ] who will attempt the treatment at the  earnest request and pressure of a dying  man   or   woman,   and   only   half-  to  Washington  appointment would be made this ses  slon was under consideration.  There  were   more  than   10,000  cas-  ������.!_!������.  1.-64  or which ,-cre _ata,, ,��������� j ������~J ^hos^n ���������le professlon  Prussian mines* In  1325. according to,  information   given   out   by   the   Prus- J  slain,   ministry   of   trade.       Eighty-five  per cen:. of the casualties occurred In  the  Ruhr  dis*net.  who are ol" an introspective and pessl  mis tic,,turn of mind, who will start by  saying it is no good, will honestly believe It ia no good, and will ultimately  prove themselves to be quite right."  "There are those In the profession,  Premier Brian-! of  France has ask-!very few thankfully,    who    won't    he  ed    Th-*.     Leap-ie    of Nation,!** to inane j  counterfeiting an   international  crime.;  Briand'rf action  was taken  as  a result. \  of   ill*-   recent   Hungarian   counterfeiting  plot,   which   caused   Europe  to be  flooded  bv  bog: is-   .'rap.*? notes.       y  Liquor laden vessels would not be  allowed to pro into -Canadian ports* for  wpalrj- or ar..* ;.ir.il!:n* ���������prefc"*:*. if the  CuHtonts Act Ih amended to Includ-e it  recommend;-1 ton made before the cu..-  torn probe by W. F. VVlls-on, chief or  lhe eustoni;- preventive peri j en for  Canada.  The  woman  ban11   until nli������  < i'     1,1   ,      ',..! (' 11.  who run:-  .ifter a   hiiH-  gel.j;  one  seldom   brag.'.  M&RflU  |**H**    ^**M**^**f       ap*"������ _.|^_**.**M*PII**.**P**R**^B**_*I^**_^^ WmmimMm^mWW       W^^^K       ^mmWmr  >f  TEA  mtmW mm*mewm7mmwi  *Jea as it should he  bothered and who don't care. ,  "Thero are those who take a delight  In proving everyone else but themselves to be quite wrong."  "Them are those in the profession  who, with the best of intentions and  otherwise, spend their time in-eagerly  misrepresenting affairs and other persons*. "  "There are. other*.*, very many, whose  name Is legion, who wilj strive hard,  and worry, and fret. and. eagerly watch,  and become over anxious, nnd earnestly 'i\v and give the method a fair and  jtiHl application, not trial."  The    lato    Or.    F, W. Forbes   Ros*.s,  M.I").,   Filln..   F.R.C.S.,     En-?.,     B.P.H.,  T-ond..    Civil     Surgeon  His  Majesty's  Cufirds'   Hospital,  London,    and     for  ���������thore lliun  20 years practising In Lon-  don  its a  recognized, cancer authority,  war-    ihe    discoverer    of what In now  . I-. [>**"���������*���������'������' n h ihe eaii'aHHiiim I run I men I  of  n 11 neei*    The above rmn.u4.lons are taken ruiiiv bin book, "Cancer; The Troli-  l-ti. of Its Oi-noHlr-    and    Trent men I,"  ���������'ind tn view ol* the fact Ihal, out of all  ��������� the jjjany (.'an*'clan and American s..ur-  , ferei-f-   to   whom   I   freely   Bent   home  "peairnein   direction:"   before   Ihe preHR  ! Kae-ieroiifilv published them. I have yet  in-   hear   from   the   fh'Kt   who   Iiiik   not  iiji"������"U   hei'iel'lt'-d.  I   hUK^enl   (hat   ail   Who  . .nif  Hl.icken   with   lh!������i terrible dlt'jeasje  or the blood will iW. well If Ihey hi������MmI*,v  ; iBm-iiiS'Hve'-i  '���������"������������������  **"*> which  <if the  above  , 1.1 at: Ken,   ;\\A\   dellnei',   by    I������J'.   I'Vitbea  , FKo.'-i,  tlieir  i.wn   dor-tor belong/..       By  no   ftdafut;,   in;*nr.   a   Mufferer imiy   avert  i " he     suit Iqiui red     and  i H**-i IiwiIh   (A'   Ireatiriaf'nt   in   vo^ue   prior  Attractivaly Simple  An interesting return to the modes  for the 3-ounger generation, is that oil  the old-time and. delightful challie. A  practical frock for the 'little, miss from  2 to 8 years Is pictured here, fashioned from challie.     The dress Is so simple  It can be made  in a few hours.  The sleeves have    raglan    shoulders,  and   the    neck    has 'gathers at both  front and back, and may be finished  with a round collar as illustrated, or a  narrow band.     An attractive touch of  color is given to the front by two rows  of colored/thread, - run   in   long-and-  short-stitch from the neck to the outer  edge    of    the    tabs, "which  simulate,  pockets.-    The bloomers are gathered  Into bands at the knees and waist. No.  3.308  is in  sizes   2,  4,  6 and  8 years.  Size 4 years requires 2% yards 32-Inch  material for complete dress.     Price 20  cents.  Our Fashion Book, illustrating 4h<"**  newest and most practical Btyles, will  bo of' interest to every home dressmaker. Price ��������� of the book 10 cents  the copy.    --������������������.������������������-���������. <-*-'. .      -- ��������� ���������  To Preserve Niagara's Beauty  Scenic Beauty Of Niagara Falls Is To  Be Safeguarded y>  Constitution is������lender w.ay of a joint  committee    representing    Canada: and  the United; States to discuss*':   -:  (1)���������Preservation of the scenic  beauty, of Niagara Falls.  (2)���������The quantity of water which  may be further diverted, from the  Niagara '"River without ��������� interferring  with the beauty of the rails. -  Canadian representatives on the  committee are Col. O. M. Biggar,  Ottawa; J. G-. Johnston, chief of the  water powers branch, department oi  the interior, Ottawa, and Dr. C. P.  Camsell, deputy minister" of mines,  Ottawa. .Names of the "United States"  representatives <m the committee  have not yet been received.  Answer to .Last Week's Puzzle  ilUlSfSlEtTlSBj^V ijIEJjSjIISI {lNIS  mmmm  1 F--1l__II_^C*' lr*llA  Sofes Heal; Quickly.���������Have you a  persistent sore that refuses to heal?  Then, try Dr. Thomas Eclectric OH in  the dressing. It will stop sloughing,  carry away the proud vflesh, draw out  the pus and prepare a. clean way for  the new skin. It Is jt recognized heal-.  er among oils, and numbers of people  can certify that it healed where properly applied.  Not Coming To Canada This Year  Prince of Wales  Not Visiting  Ranch  Says Calgary's Mayor  The  Prince of AArales wlllj not visit  British  To Control  Marconi Company  Only Small Percentage of Issued Share  Capita* Held By Foreigners  At an extraordinary meeting the  Marconi Telegraph Company agreed to  an alteration of its"artieTes of association whereby the company will remain  under. Britisii control and not more  than 25 per cent* of the Issued share  capital will be held under foreign control. Only natural born Britons will  be eligible as directors or officers in  the United Kingdom or the y British  dominions. *  For Sprains and  Bruises.���������There is  nothing better for, sprains and contusions than Dr. Thomas 'Eclectric Oil.  lt will reduce the swelling that follows a sprain, will cool the Inflamed  flesh and draw the pain.     It will take  How To Order Patterns  Address-���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175   McDcrmot  Avo.,  Winnipeg  Pattern "No...  . ��������� ��������� ������ KklZQ* ��������� i  .������-������.������     ^  I ��������� *������������������ # * t i  ��������� ������������������ * m-m m i  Namo  Town  Calgary and his ranch for some time, j| tho ache out of a bruise by counter  and probably not Hits year, according! acthing   the   inflammation.       A   txial  to Mayor G-. H. Webster, who had ah j wiii convince any who doubt Its power,  auddence .with the Prince at St. James'  Palace when  he was In England  recently.  ��������� According to Hie mayor, the Prince  was greatly interested in conditions  hero and asked a number of questions  about Canada.  A safe and sure medicine for a child  troubled with worms is Mother .Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  Many people fire almost crippled  wllh corns. But it Is needless suffering which can be speedily ended with  Hollovvay'H Corn Remover.      /  w  N.     V.  1  i.Va"������  l   'laaa-la  la/led leal   Service-   T"cr  Eskimos.  Medical  nervier** will be Fupplled by  ihe ("niiiMlInn (iovornmont to Eaklmos  in   the   Canadian   Arctic,   and   whore  new trading pouts of any Importance  woro ���������������������*������ np nmong the CnnatUnn Eb-  utij'iitJMifir������<jiy . uiinoi-. Royal Canndian-Mounted Police  l.������oi,ts   would   be   fftl.nbll������hed,   it   wan  npokCRmen    in  lant-wer to qiU'KiIonH In Jhe houac.  -- Department Stores Merge  Merger of 20 department stores  located In as many cities nnd towns  of Ontario as rumored some time ago  hrtfl become an accomplished diet according t.6 the Financial Post. II Is  stated that $0,000,000 Is Involved in  the transaction and. that the annual  1i. mover of the Inter-* *>(-"������ merr-ed  amounts to $10,000,000 a.fcar.  -. , Sets Glider Record  Ferdinand Schuli*, -the noted German  glider pilot, has established a new  world two-passenger _gllder duration  record, remaining In the nir !) hours,  21 minutes and 53 seconds with a student pilot. Schulz held the previous  record of 5**hours and 43 minutes.  The trouble with a great .. many  young1 men who want to see life is  tlml they Imagine none of it is worth  seeing by daylight.  TOOTHACHE.  - Batho tho race witli Minard's  nnd water. Place a piece of  cotton wool saturated with  Minard's In the cavity of tho  Sooth.  ro   rlie  doctor's     prlceleiiH    dlnrovery. ..... .  '''"liar!'-.  V.'nVer. !** "   1, tctinr:"* !*���������!���������   -". ������������������'-���������I'M'"   ''''Hf'-'i  by  gov<-ri������mt*nt  i 'I'm fiiilo, fftriftd.'i.  What is bothering some of the extreme, feminine agitators la that even  Sn emancipation there if- a man.  Practice  neighbors  | piano.  makes    perfect    and  fed    like    amiiHMng  i *���������������**- f  _.3_HE   Bit. VIEW, . CRESTON,   B,   C.  JT  W  y  i-  ;^^E^e-^^f0rC!y^%  ���������.    ...... ak'G;K'cf--:bf7;:;,':-:7%  %'$&^;woR-nH.ydF::A>^  '���������VS TICK Y*F bWC ATCHE ^ *  iCIean to handle.   Sold oy ag  IDruggists, Grocers and  .General Stores  Arab Women Are Ignored  Men   Returning    From   Journey   fcnly  Greet Male Frier-is -  There Is not the Canacdan thrill of  hubby's homecoming for the wife of  the unsmiling and inscrutable Arab.  The menfolk return from their sojourns with sober, nearly ^sad faces,  kiss .-brothers * ancV fathers and-male.  friends eta the cheek and-with never  a look-at their women, solemnly stalk  out of the station.  There is scarcely a peal of laughter,  or expression of joy at reunion;- and  never a smile on" the face of the Arabs  one meets along the 300 miles" of ratl-  ���������way. ���������-  ffitmnge,^m^ yoii Jgjpjff  Copyright 1923 by ft.L.GATES  Published by arrahgement with   First   National   Pictures,   Inc.  *  THE STORY THUS  FAR  Joanna, a pretty flapper shop girl is  given, by an unknown man, a million  dollars to spend as she wis heft Graydon, her employer, bears the message.,  more than, this hdT will not tell'hei*.  She Is not to know her bene factor nor  his motives. ' She can learn- nothing  more from the banker, Eggleston, nor  his manr-about-town nephew who helps  her write her first" check and tells hex-  that he intends to* make love to her.  Pased by the undreamed of wealth,  hurt because her" friends and acquaintances will not believe In her she does  some- shopping and returning home-,  happy because of the afternoon of buying, long wanted things, she finds  Brandon, nephew to her banker.* and  John, " her pld-fashioned sweetheart,  waiting for her.  CHAPTER VII.  v A Shattered Dream    ���������-.  For one brief minute Joanna stood  at the foot of the stairs, just outside  the drawing room door. " The eagerness, the exhilaration which liad. wrapped, her face as in an aura, had gone  oue of i.t. ..She closed .her eyes tightly, the gold of their over-plucked  brows making thin, straight lines. She  steadied ' herself , with" her hiind  against th'e newefc post. All the  doubts, the confusions, the mysteries and the stupendous wond-jrs of the  day crashed, down upon her. A little  while before she had revelled in her  own beauty, and in the glory of John's  surprise, bis ecstacies, all the questions he would ask her and she  t^'OUldn't answer. They would plan;  she would be glad with him oveivevery  thought of the future either of...them  could'conjure up. There would be no  more tempers and insipid, quarrels;  no more-.:" flighting" at- eacli-.- other.  This time, when: he pht : his;. arms  about her, and -kissed" her;,-she  wouldn't be.restless andy.wisti. that lie'cl  take her;but Inlb the lights, "as p'Ui&f  IS WELL  Mrs. Porks Tells How Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Restored Her Daughter's  Health ,,   :  Toronto, Ontario, ��������� "'My daughter  ia IU now and has boon an invalid ever ���������  since she waa six  Titontha old and  has beejin, com-,  polled Jo remain  out of school the  greater part of  jtetimQ.We haye  ttted different  kinds of medicine,  but none helped  her "much. 1 had  taken Lydia E.  Pinkbftrti'B Vega-*     table, Co.mpcHin.ci.  when I waa run-downy And it had-  helped me so much, that I thought It;  might help her nt thia time. She has  gained ;cver Mince uhe bepjan tal-infc  it. fc-iho uttpnda achooL every day now  and goes pil-afclng', and does other out-  of-door averts, I recommend tlii-a  medicine to any ono who in run-down  and nervous nnd weak."���������Mrs, Parks,  J 00 Bond Street, Toronto, Ontario.  Lydia   E.   Pmkhani'a   Vegetable  Compound is avt|opendablG medicine  ffor young womcEv'st troublca.       ,   .  For Bale by druggta t������ everywhere. C  t  ^-���������,i-____l____^_____.-__T1���������r,.._jr.. ���������..���������|,._1,rrn|ir.^1([rninffmm[norM^^  vv.   k.   v.   may  boys  did, and romp with her through  the narcotic valleys of jazz.  That had been what she liad' looked forward too. Now, as she faced  the tfoqr, with John just beyond, waiting for her, and witli- the other -man,  whose very manner towai*d her was  like a caress,^ also waiting for her,"*a  premonition stirred "her nerves. She  felt, somehow, that her fate, the fate  that had been so strangely brewed for  her by unknown hands, was In  there, in the hands of those two men,!  and that" she was going in, now, to'  meet it face to face. Foolish, of  course! She-braced her shoulders,  and brought an arrogant dimple iMo  her chin. Smiling, .wistfully, she  stood in the doorway. She had rehearsed, upstairs, a pose something  graceful after the fashion of one of  the especially bred mannequins "in the  exclusive shop where she had found  her gowns, but she forgot to use It.  John, and .Brandon had been talking; that is, Brand-on had been talking to John, easily,"lightly. He was  yery handsome and graceful, in. his  full evening clothes. He appeared  to be as much at home in the humble  rooming house parlor as he would have  been in a ballroom. Joanna sensed  this; Johnrwhom she had never seen  in evening clothes, appeared to be, ill  at ease. She sensed .this,/too.  ^ Both' men gazed af her, silent for a  moment, fascinated.  ~The lithe, slim figured and slim  breasted girl, with the deep gold bob  ���������and" full-shaped Cupid lips, who blushed furiously and wondered what the  strange sensation was, was very lovely. It was a full-toned lovelinesn  that still was characteristic of Miss  Twenty-seven of the silks. But  Brandon's appraising sense estimated  quickly the- effect that-^restraints  would; leave���������-the restraints that would  come naturally io tlie girl-���������or that  wouldn't -come, according-,to the sort  of lier. '.-.'���������' .-;��������� y,   .  It was Brandonywho spoke first.-'He  moved to her artfl,bowed low, with an  exaggerated. * "hoihage. "There is  nothi n g ^so beaut i ful,'' he ro urmure d,  "as the bud that is bursting into;, a  blossom J" iie lifted her: hand and  kissed its slender fingers. 'Joanna  could hot help laughing. She'd -always .laughed, f-t the movies, when  men kissed the hands of women. It  seemed such a silly thing to dor. But  It didn't appear,to be silly. With this  man. who completely d*kzecl lier with  his always new gallantries. Each  move lie made seemed to have,���������,tho  thrill of a kiss la it. She laughed because lit was - so unexpected * and so  wholly outside the sentimental amenities to which "Miss Twettty-seven'"  had been, accustomed,     .."'r''       ?  Her laughing eyes turn eel, lo-^ohn.  Tliey. sobered immediately. John was  not coming to her; not coming tb lake  her hand squeeze It; and Bny; "Some  looks you've got on, Jo!" of something  eloquent, like that. She took her  Hand from Brandon, who had held It  so tlrnt hop senseless fingers rested on  Ma, nnd. went ttrv to "Tolm. When -wlie  i-onche-iH hlni slte'realliBod Hint ho kept  his hun-da in hint pockota; that he did  not ijjvetu go through thCBllRht forimil-  liy she might have expected in the  presence oC another���������an arm thrown  around her, a h^g and a peck'a I. tliu  11 pa. He only' loolitid ut hor, brooding ln his eyes.  -Tliey 'ninvexitold^you. haven't lliov  .John?" she breathed, plaintively.      ".  wanted to explain it all to^you, first.  Isn't it wonderful ?'\      ' ���������*���������  _ "Unconsciously she put" her two  hands on his breast���������the,trick that  always turned John's thoughts,  whatever they-were, into fondness. It  was a good trick, Joanna perfectly  knew. She could never* practice i%  with anyone but John. It invariably  had serious effects. But it didn't  work this time. John kept his hands  in his coat pockets.  "Yes," "he said, - -his .tone _ cold,  f'Mrs. Adgims told me wliat you told  her.      I congratulate you."     '  The' girl started as if she Thad been  struck.^ The carmine lips quivered.  She-Stared into the brooding eyes that  met her's so evenly. As if pleading  for light, pleading for someone else to  tell her'-'why John was not happy,~and  eager, and excited with hei": she look-  a -  across^at Brandon. He was standing  where she had left him, smiling, confident, watching with a barely restrained, amusement.- Joanna, accused him:  "Have you told hin^ anything?  Anything that I don't know?" *'  Brandon was surprised by this sudden' attack. "Mr. Wilmore seemed  to know when I came. That Is" all. 1  assure you. -He will say that I but  expressed the hope that Whatever was  behind, your "unprecedented , good fortune it would bring*' you a great happiness.'"   ' - "^ _;   .John -flashed' a glance at .Brandon,  and then spoke to Joanna, his voice  stilff cold. "Whatever there-is for ine  to know, will hay_3 to come from you  Jo.      After awhile, perhaps!"  The arrogant, dimples came back  into the girl's chin." She thanked  Brandon, in her self conscious- way,  for his flowers." He took possession  of her easily, and talked with her as  if-there were not a third person in the  room. _ Once - Joanna,. remembering,  turned her face, .'glowing" again.,' ;to  John, who -.sat; moodily Jia one, of the  big red chairs, but he only���������-��������� muttered  his reply to^Joanna's sally,'.  Brandon led her to talk about her  clothe's���������the marvelous things -s.he~liad  bought during the afternoon. He understood . how to , talk - about. such  things, she. discovered. He. complimented* her upon her choice of. the  frock sho had chosen to put. on , that  evening..     ������������������_.���������������������������  "Really, you know; that, is why I  came this evening,"..lie explained, smiling frankly at her. 'T wondered what  sort of a change you woulttifmake In  yourself, in the first few hours of'such  excttement as must have been y-otn-'s.  It must be very wonderful;, to a ghi,  ���������>' "' '    "        ���������      '-   '         especially nf girl who has had so littte,  to 'suddenly feel the possession of  money���������and such unlimited money_I_������  you've ever had. dreams "-ou ma** now  proceed to make them come true. Can't  you?"      j *���������  Joanna considered 9 moment a  frownjacross her brow.  "T cg.n't escape the feeling that  everything is not gping to be right,"  she said. "It is foolish, I know. Per-  haps that is becattse I can't believe,  things, yet." Unconsciously . she  glanced at John, and- nodded ever so  slightly, at^him. He acknowledged  the look with:  '���������"The- world is made up of things  that are hard for some people to believe!"   "     "  -The red came into the girl's cheeks  again, ��������� red that was deeper than the  rouge, and her lips trembled anew.  Brandon rose. -        J  (To be continued)  Giant  Passenger  Plane  Nov/ Under fconstruction and  Will  Be  Used Tor    Transcontinental  Service In U. S.  A giant aeroplane, _ multi-motored,  and providing sleeping accommodations for ^thirty-five" to forty passengers, is now under construction from  designs of Anthony * H. G. Fokker,  Dutch aeroplane designer and builder,  it was learned on the return of "D-Ir.  Fokker to New York recently.  Much secrecy has surrounded the  construction of this-latest type of  aeroplane���������but it is kno;wn that the preliminary -work on it hs*.s been carried  ott"*at the -Fokker factory in Amsterdam, Holland. The machine is designed primarily for flying in America,  and may be used to Inaugurate a  transcontinental passenger service between New York and San Francisco.  The fuselage of the plane, according  to^ the "present design, is built in two  .sections, the upper section being -made  over into sleeping berths at night, very  similar to the berths _ now . used    in  sleeping ears  of the    Pullman    Company.      The     lower     section  will  be  equipped with  seats  as in a railroad.  parlor car.   " The plane will  be- comparable in conveniences to any first--  class sleeping train.     .No    date    has  been set for its completion, as several  alterations in design have.interrupted  its building schedule."   '������������������'  A.  *cLel tJtff Clark Kitchens help y<m."-  i^itAi-iX's:  ^SwMmmmmmm- SS   "^^ S ~St *m\l������ S-^  Improv es - the  -taste of fish or  meat* A most  whoyleso m e,  -inexpensive  . relish��������� "'  Made by tlte makers of tlte celebrated  -CLARK'S POUK & BEANS  W. CLARK Limited, Montreal  Sstablishmaents at Montreal.  Meadow Larks Halt Train  Meadow larks have appeared in the  vicinity of Glenwood .City, Wis., In  such numbers that the local Soo line  freight train was obliged, to stop a  few miles -west of there to anaid-  runnlng over hundreds -of the birds  on the track.���������Milwaukee-Journal.  PERFECT MEDICINE  FOR UTILE ONES  Baby's Own Tablets Should be in  Every Home Where There  x -Are Children  The perfect medicine for* little" ones  is found* in Baby's Own Tablets. They  are -a gentle but -''thorough. laxative  which regulate -the bowels, sweeten -  the stomach; driye* out const3pation  and indigestion; break up colds and  simple feyers and promote - healthful  refreshing sleep. . It, is impossible for  Baby's Own Tablets to harm even tbe  new-born babe, as they are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates or any.  other injurious drug7"  Concerning the Tablets,- Mrs. Alex.  J. Perry, Atlantic. __N.S., writes:���������"i.  "always keep Baby'sJ Own "Tablets in  the house for the children.,..as I have  fpund. them a perfect medicine for  little ones".-      "    --    - -     --,  Baby's -^Owax. Tablets .are sold   hy. \  medicdnte.dealers of- by mall at 25 cents   )  a box frbmThe Dr. "Williams'*- __Vledif*ine~ ������������������  Co., BroGkvllle, Ont,    .       ,-,- -    .-.     -    ^.  No Rest With Asthma; ; -Asthma  usually "attacks at night, the one time  when rest is needed most. Hence  the "loss of strength, *the nervous debility, the loss of flesh find other evils  which" must be expected Unless relief-  is secured. Fortunately relief is possible. Dr. J. D._ Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy has proved its merits through  years of service. A trial will surely  convince you.  Utile Helps For TJiis Week  V  i  FACE DiSF  BY  .,-���������      " -i���������"-' ������  '.  Lapp, Hard and Red, Itche.dand  But-ned, Healed'by Cuticura^  wwmm/m^mmmmmmw^mmw V,  : ."*. Iwro tt-ambled with rim-plesthat  broke out on my forehead. They  .were "������������������������������������;������- hn*d and red,-and soon  scattered over tny face dJ0figurlng it.  The T-impleB-feotered and itched nnd  burn edenu nin g me to scratch, which  made them wprae. The trouble  Incited about two mantha.  " I read an ndverllBementfor Cuticura Soi-vp Birkd Ointment and Bent:  f������r ti tier-, mmm pin. After u-dng- It T  purchaned more and now I am completely healed." .' (Signed) Misa  Anna Molnar, It. F. D. 5, Bex SS,  Toledoi Ohioi Sept. B, 1025.  "' Clear the pores, of 'mpurltlefl by  dally uu������- af Cutlcura Soap, with  touches of Cutlcura OLntmemt am  needed to soothe and lies', Cutlcura  Twlcuu. Is fxn^Tfitvi and reCr-cul*W*.*;*.  K_>u>k".   SaaUaU  fltalat **>)��������� MaJaJ],    A.Wr**.  C*������>ja.l l������n  Sl������raaa������a   "MUanhaMMi. I.Iri . JMaantM.J."   I'tUb, Hrw-i  Ma--._l Mnt-w������-"t tu *r\<t hoo. *l*-ilomni- W������e,        .  Cut'curw St"*vli������������ SlIcU 38<������.V  I  Pray without, ceasing.���������-i." Thess. v.,  it. '��������������������������� ';; "y ' ������������������'- .,��������������������������� .���������../���������.'������������������:"���������.";:,���������  More things are wrought by .prayer   ,"  Than'this world dreams of.      Wherefore let thy voice   '--,...'  Rise HI .e" a fountain for me night and  ,. '     day;     .        r, -   '���������  For what are men better than sheep  or goats,  That nourish a blind -life .within  the  brain,' ',  . -.  -���������-.:���������  If knowing God., they lift not hands: in  v prayer; ��������� . *  ,,-  '  ���������   .,  Both   for themselves  and  those who  . ������������������,��������� ���������-,,-.call them friend?  For so the whole round world is every,  ., >- way- ��������� -���������: 7 ''j.y���������ry.  Bound by gold clialrts about the  feet  '���������"   ';    Of''God. *: '7-  . -���������-Alfred 'Tennyson.  Prayer Is the door forever open between, earili and heaven. Sooner  than sound can reach a human ear  through tbis lower "atmosphere, the  longing desire ol" the spirit rises*to'the  heart ol the Eternal Friend-. Whether  wo bolleve.lt oiy.not, we are 4'vtn*; In  an invisible world, where our wishes  are understood before .our words aro  spoken,���������l-aipy Larcom.  "-"     Epidehiic-jXake Huge Toll "  Epidemics, with a^'toll ot ^OOOfOOO" *  have   claimed * more lives "fhrbuglioufe*-"  the world-since 1914* than, -all Hhe-rcars   ---  and civil  strife -since, that year, theay  second Pan-American Red Cross,eon=  ference was told by T. B. KEtterldEe."'  assistanjU-   duyector-genefai"   df    "the    "  League of Red Cross' Societies". -     ���������-���������" ' *.-  J -  If a man loves a woman, he will-g|y������t_s.:  up" something- for��������� lief^salgev but it she'v  loves him she won't ask" it","   '" y" ;-'���������:y"-"'-'  leedm-^ o������bw%Me&  will lie s-ertt yoii  IS*** ifl TH ' '    aaaJB        ���������*������ '        ������  Uae Minard's Liniment In the stables  -Tlio mhilsters of agriculture for tho  alx states of tjho Australian Common-  wealth are meeting in June to dlscuys  Australian participation, in the World'a  Poultry Congreaa. Au������tralla haa  taken a prominent'place In. poultry  activity, and t hor laying testis ure  world renowned.  EAGLE BR\ND  ���������CejVradSerjLsed Milk.  The Borden Co.; Limited  ' MONTREAL   ���������'' -'��������� go.'2s  High in Food Value; Low in Cost  A Two of a Kind  Mr.���������t'U have to lot uome blkla. go  ihla :nionth���������;0Ur g:roeery bill Is uome"  thh������K fierce.  Mrs,���������Yob,    demy   and    so   Is    tho  n*;i*.������>i*.-'r.  Ask Your Grticcer for oyr Famous  Sardine Cook Book.   It is FREE.  BAKERS' OVENS���������WrJlo for catA.  loguo -nud iUt ot us-ed ov-jua.  Hubbard Oven Company, ill00 Qurccu  West, Toronto.  Mln-aird's   Liniment  KEn-p of Pair.  THJg NEW FftKNOH JlMiyilCDV.  TfHIERAPiON! NO, 1  j_l __pMw mtST mmmz mwak. mm* m mTlm' W^mm ^mS^l t*j������  ^**S*w f^CS W*** ^f*^ -&LV &jfalL\ ^WSjk ffi^H j^kSll% l^Sl  H-k. n *������������ _wi_ul4l������.P C*wmrrlr,      Wa. w tor mmmtt att  Wkla. W*444m..*.. tMm, M ra������an_-fca.������.������1������"w.*. ������<������,���������.������*������������������.  R#IJ Hr rtrnxatu* C1t.m ft 1 ��������������� o* rt I h������r Sal *������������������ r*������ n������������ m * II Mm-i  C>������.JU������-Cr. ������������r.M������.l-C-> tclMTMatwl- RU.N.W.M-.iit-t.itoai  rtHjl  Wull dill. 4 0.  lacuHl   |*i>cw������1_  (au 100,0,01, t������o.tm  .:m* $ ua������ t aVkLH-a t. k-**.. x_j>kvk kia ***���������*������-, *  MM  P2 THE CKE8TON  KEVIEW  THE CBESTOH REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Greston, B.C  Subscription s $2.5Q a year in advance.  fclXio toti.S. "points.  ��������� O. F. Ha-tbb. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY, AUQ.  6  manner or form. If Mackenzie  King aud other Liberals are implicated -undoubtedly tbe electors in  the   ridings  in  ywhich   they   are  s1-%d   -UpOSl .to  vita  The Customs Scandal  In 1*925 the tariff was the big  .issue in the* federal fight, but this  year .M-^yBsliiig-- makes it quite  apparent that he proposes to: make  the-.fight on the customs scandal.  The switch will come with con id-  erable .surprise to most people,  because the .Liberal. .tariff of last  year- isy still effective, and if it.wp  the outstanding factor of a 1925  campaign what has happened to  make it of secondary consideration  tbis-yesirt"'''":.     '.-"������������������.--    ., ���������.   ~k.: .^77;y  liu "View of the Conservativ-3^n'  didate's anxiety to have ^W  attention centre on the customs  ���������departmentit will be- well to. consider, the outstanding feature of  the report arisiiig. but.:of the..cus--  toms investigation, and which states  iii vejry,-definite terms?-"that-the  administration:.of cuetums "affairs  has Keen, degeneratingfor a long  timet������ ;���������;   ���������" --.-._. ���������'       ;���������-,.  Note -ihe term *'lo������g," which it  remove them from publec l.fe, if  their conduct justifies" such drastic;  actjuru '9  WestKootenay's  plain.duty in  this contest is to    elect   the best  man ofFeriug   for  election.    If Mr,  Esling***   work    during- the    past  session is a sample of what we may  expect from .. him  in   the  future,  then  customs  scandal, or  no customs scandal, let's have   a  change  to   someone    who  can  appreciate  good   legislation,  likey   the   I_tobb|]  budget-   aud    have    independence  enough to* break from any" party to  give it wholehearted support.    Representatives   who,   like   "W.  _ K������  Ealing, are for/the party first, last  and  all   the time, should have no  parliamentary say in western Canada's development policy.  res  rocertes  *x  of Reliable and Standard Quality  ~+- ��������� ���������  LETTERS TOT HE EDITOR  Election Amenities  Ebitob. Review:  campaign  SIR���������Before   election  might be fair to assume refers to a J gets under way^and begins to  de-  ���������������_������'.������*"��������� . i-'i ��������� . _ i \j*������lr������r������    VviapLt     n.nrf     nATar_ii__.litl_s_i    IS   St  period of, say, ten years, taking.us  Our quick turnover enables usr to supply you with.  Fresh  ;, arid - Dependable    Groceries.       Our .package _goodb^  such as Jams, jellies, Vegestables,  Spices,  Soups, &������.,  are. known for their purity and O&vpr, as well as being  *   moderate in price. "   \.          , -^     _.  - -  Vegetables and  Fruits  Fresh Daily,  back *.o 1916���������-in which year Mr.  Meighen and his party were in  power, arid continued to govern  Canada till almost .1922.  The   investigation"  Mr.    Esling  will discuss will refer to ai. enquiry  at this.session of parliament which  wen", _back    not more   thaii five  years���������-to about the time the King  gov rnment took office.  TJ[p '-to th^s present there is no  evidence taken as to what-the cusi  toniB department was like. - from  1916 to 1922, eseepCtbe statement  >o*f tbe committee that the -degeneration was going on during tbat  period, and possibly the Tory  officials in the department at that  time, and who were very fargely  in the employ of the department  during Premier. King's term of  office, saw to it that there was no  let up to the "degeneration'���������they  would get all-that was going while  the-going was good.  From these facts it will be - seen  that the investigation is far from  complete, and while countrymen of  the Conservative candidate may be  in the habit of lynching folks, or  hanging thorn first and trying  them afterwards, people who have  been brought up in lands where the  Union Jack flies are in  the habit  velop t.P'B.t. and person aii ties  good time to consider the desirability and immense" advantage air  round of strictly - observing the  amenities of discussion, not only in  the press and on the platform, but  in individual discussions of the  rival claims of parties, policies and  candidates.  No difference of - opinion, of conviction, of    preference���������no reasonable difference���������call  ior or justify  the  saying  or   doing  of   anything  that should lead  to   personal estrangements or even unpleasantness.  This is a free country end everyone  is entitled to liberty of opinion, of  speech,    of  personal   decision^* ou  condition   of   allowing    the   same  liberty to every other, and of carefully observing the ordinary amenities of personal and social relations  in all expressions and   in   behavior  as well.    No  gentleman   or    lady  would be tolerated in  society   who  indulged in   tirades  of   temper,   in  denumoiation of  others, in insirma  tions, sneers and scoffs.    It simply  isn't   done  in    decent   society.    It  isn't do ie in business.    It shouldn't"  be done in politics..    It doesn't get  any where-  Let us resolve to have a pleasant  campaign and to get as  much   enjoyment   as   possible    out 'of    it.  Abuse is not  argument:.  Epithets  and caricatures inay he very clever,  but they don't promote good will.  They should not be- indulged in if  liable to provoke or irritate.    Can  ada has still muoh_,to  learn   from  Britain in the line of political tolerance.    The    Ottawa  Citizen,   not  1 HGrP^Tfl  a ���������������  BBB ff*___ ttmrnm   m   ^6*911  tKUAPiULt  LIMITED  COMPANY i  field in Britain " how to .play ' the  game and they . play fair even in  politics. We cannot do' better Jn.  Canada than take a leaf out of  their book. An election should be a  clean game of %gentlemenV cricket;  not a I>onnybrook fair nor a. coniy  petition in Billingsgate.  Differences^ and    divisions are  nevitable.    They, develop in    all  democracies.   They should be taken  for   granted   and. not -allowed  to  disturb friencjiy- personal  relations  6r distract'onrHi������*n'da'������froin  the  careful and deliberaio consideration  of   the important- national   issues  involved in' the election.    A scrupulous regard for truth,   honor  and  fair  play  will help.    Along ,with  these, self re traint,   and   tolerance  will make  the coming  election . a.  record one for fair, play   and   good  "will in Canadian, political history. 1  OBSERVED!  /-���������,.������������������":   - S-..';-'-"- .7. ���������.-;-:   I  will": tnakt* their home ������*t Wynndel.  The high esteen in Which the contracting parties are held was shown in the  many handsome wedding present**,  and a. host of frienas join in wishing toem long life'and a happy one.  Sanea Camp Note*.  *. *5 *"  The   camp  was   pitched   in   record  time, and dinner cooked and despatched with equal celerity.   The fresh air,  fresh Water, fresh fish- and" fresh aurV  roundings   almost"* makes..- us   over  afresh.  ' Wm.   Truscott    has   benn *- elected  camp  I   '   .  ���������  '���������!  McNutt, and the rules of the camp  toothbrush prominently displayed.  A number of Oreston-. visitors here  for the weekend bringing the camp  population up to 88. ~  A   midnight   apread 'was ,enjoyed  I in the girls* tent ������on Sunday, the  effects of which were still in evidence  on Monday morning*  The rule of- waiting an" "hour after  meals "before going in swimming is  observed very closely*  - llissyHarris. of - Kimberiey arrived  rm"        m     -U*   * **4'_S!>'~ ������������������'-__. A !___-__..%-.       ������_ ___  on Sunday onus* visit  with  ber aunt*  Mrs. Slingsby.   '"*"  " Biach day is ended witb songs end  '  *cop," and bears the name of I stnnts around & campfire.  ;������*^ISRE;  of observing the fine   old   British j long ago,  palled  attention  to- the  principle of not bHngiug in a verdict I ^ct    that     Asquith   had    named  \ Lloyd Gecirge  as  one   of  the   five  men iu Britain who  had "won   the  nntil all the evidence is heard.  And it ia this commendable  British tradition that the Liberal  party asks be ohaerved at thia time.  In fact one might go furtber and  point out the wisdom of returning  the King government to power to  make sure that the degeneration  ���������of the customs  department  during  ,l������    M������������������.e>.    .dmhtantfo.    he  ������*^;*u*^^t~������g  i precau-   appro* Una tely 100 ynvuls   at Creuton  war,' though he had been his  most formidable rival and had succeeded in supplanting; him during  the war as the Premier of Britain.  They have learned  On   the cricket  t  TENDERS F0JUM6IH6 DRMH  Sealed  tenders'will be received  up  fully expof-ed, hecasue if this precau  tion is not taken it is practically  certain...-.Mr Meighen and his  friends will see to tt that the investigation ceases at as early a date  as he nnd hia partisan supporters  can even 8<������mi decently terminate it.  Another very fine reason why  Mr, Kpling's appeal for votes on  tfiu- customs scandal should be  r*������ject*>d lies in the* fiuct that everywhere in Canada the -tame appeal  i-t being mad-*-, and if every one of  the 2-55* ndirs^. in th* Dominion  were to send Conwrvative memhera  tf> Ottawa we should have a situa-  5 m everyone adiwits would be  inil^ileruble.  And juht lirtwmi ours^lvc-n,  what ban this <juh������ihi������im waivncJaL got  io do -n*.*b Wwit Kootenay. Th^  tjiheral enndidut'oin this riding had  no connc'Cttojt with it in mry ah������|x*.  pproxt rwKteiy  too ynt    _.  School KiDiintis. Ditch to be80 inohon  deep. Wmk to be completed Augui-t  81, 1020. For jitl other Information  ���������n:-ply GEO. NIOKJUL. Secretary,  Creston.     ^   ,  A ���������l^_f������uM{1I^M<f'^  ^���������mmfm*m*mmmwl _  The marriage.,., ofy-'-two. well known  and popular   "Wynndel young people  was   solemnized  at   Christ   Church,  Oreston, at.high noon   on   Wednesday. when: the rector, Re v. S. Newby,  united in   the bonds   of   matripiony.  GeorKina Mny, eldest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs, William Towson*,  with Rel-  dar  And'-stad, second son of Mi. and  Mrs. Peter Andestad, all of Wynndel.  The ch arch was prettily decorated for  the occasion, and Quite a company of  friends  witnesBt'd -the   happy  event.'  The   bride   whb given away by her  futher,   and   looked   charming  in  a  costume of white-silk with grey   hat  und currying a boquet of sweet peas.  The bridesmaid was.her  sister. Miss  Ethel TowBon,   whose   gown .'was. of  mnuve si|U, and who carried n boquet  of mauve sweet qens.    After tho cere-  mony.the party motored hack to the  bride's  home    where   a    sumptuous  wedding dinner was served,   Mr*   and  Mrt-. Audcatad leaving on the nftcr-  nnon train  for a wedding trip to Noi-1  son und points west, aftete1 which they.  PURE  BRITISH  BEER  IN  COLUMBIA  1TTEH1I0M, HI6H SCHOOL STUDENTS  A fco nf !$50 vaM\ I*k- dhi-norcd students  reriident outside Creston School Dih-  tt-ict, who MlWnd Creston High School  thiu term, and iipplluHtions for p-uruilt  to- HtLjcnd Hhould bo made nt once. A  daepoMit of S1& man-it ucenmnany unpll-  cutiohi at further Wlo muHt be paiu on  NovKniber Im; nnd tho balance of 020  .cm Januiifcry I, Vm. OFO. NICKEU  ***Jc":-ctfflr3*a ��������� ������������������"  "TTTTHEN   you   purchase  beer   la   British  Columbia, either in sealed bottles at the  Government  Stores, or by the  glass or in  open bottles on licensed premises, you receive pure beer.      .-'".'.. '";1'*"'.'-'  In the Licensed Premises, or Beer Parlor*,  you not only o*?t pure beer, but you are  served it under rooulatcd and orderly conditions. Beer Parlors arc conducted under  tho direct supervision of the British Columbia "Liquor Control Board and according .to  the rules and "regulations of the board.  GO*VTSn*VM*CNT Inspectors appointed for  that duty see that Beer Parlors -aro  aVllnK^A^ _n-_tl'       f_m        _fV'  -  'I  operated In a strictly sanitary manner. The premises must be "kept weft ventilated and airy; the beer ���������drawing apparatus  TENDdtS FOR WOOD  Tun cord* of 520 Inch,  and   Plft-M-n  cord*  ������������f foiu-fafMvt   tsiit green Pir   or  Tj������ miirKC, for 11������������ at Crputon schoolw.  H***m"\v*. lutr-ndort) for tlu* forgoing fuel  will ln������ N'Ri-lved-b*. Ihf iinderalgned up  to W<nln^������djty, Bi-pM-mltMirl, IPUtt, and  deU'vnry miu������t Xr* mad**" on or lief on*  Novfimht-r  lnt   1*1*20-    f-jowetit or any  U.;-j!"li!r r.ot n**(���������*���������'*������\A\y ***-.*v&uni.    For  all   other    Infot-mHtlon   upply   CllCO.  : KaJOKKIj, H-������eret������ry, CV������������hU������u,  LlffM and Ho&vy  Shoos- Mmiffm  WO 5jB*8aS&M*  New Sjtock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  must be kept Immaculately clean. Store*  rooms and Ico boxes must be sanitary tn  -"vory rcvpocf, and olaRscs must he thor-  ouohly wa-'hod and dried each time thoy  are used. All beer must lie kept and served  at the correct temperature.  All these regulations are.for the protection  ol tho public, furthermore, all beers furnished by the Amalnamatcd Brewers are  Ecrlodleally subjoetea to careful analyses  y well-known and reputable; firms .to assure that the ncoplo are liolno fluppllcd With  nothing but Clio best ahd purest qf becrt.  'CTO'  JU MmWMMm^KS.mlmwmfm\BBM  Shoe ami Harness Repairing \  THE advantages of such rigid *rcQ*ulatlo*oa  for the protection ������Z ilxZ public-ean mat-  be over-estimated.' The consumer receives  pure beer, a healthful beverage of low alcoholic content, recognized ns such by the most  eminent medical authorities, aud the people  of British Columbia are to be congratulated  on the sane and protective rules govcrnlnff  its to*J3S*i8"***!ij?tiefi. ','.���������'���������  PURE  >7M3 *|o''iKV'i"J^%.**  This advcrtiBomentis not published or"displayed'by tbo Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Colijimbla* ,  ..    . 'M. ".  '     _   .aU  ������������������������*-  Tomatoes, Cucumbers. Soar Cherries, Raspberries  .   , Plums. Crahappiss, Peppers^ Apples  f  Prices Paid Grower to Date  3SING,CHBBRIBS^-July 10 to Aug. ,4- .~~  BOYAL-^^Bg^  V " ���������'"* ** -    ~���������: r-r  SOUR CHEBRIS8       ,"*.���������"���������      .^L  BASPBfiBKIES^ *������  TOMATOBS-4-Jnly 28 to Aug. 4  CUCUMBERS   ^���������- iH  -7������������������*���������--  M-  .~mZ~m.5-.       -  "*7~ ��������� .fr-., ,  I  PLUMS^S^aeli, Jul^.%^^^4^^^^r=^-ar^  Duchess and Transparent' Apples���������Jnl-7 25 to Aug. 4  Bed Astrachan Apples, crates '        ,  $2.50  ISO  125  ������00  2.00  1.60  .10  1.25  L00  1,25  x tm Mm Wttce eompffljf,  ALfcJf EtBON; Manager, JPBorie 93.  - J>������������ to its late- arrival w* are compelled tb bold over a commuuiea--"  tion from a local grower dealing witb  ihe recent, tomato&sradine regulations,  and kindred topics. It will appear  next week.~" *-"  Capt. Newbys a travelling finance  getter for .the Salvation Army, whs  calling on Creston folks yssi Monday iri  -quest of fundsJtor *^e .Army's work in  Canada, matking^&he raise of about *$25  for the good ftau������3.  From the amount of talk going op.  it^iout -jthe. Cjolds tream Guards Band  it would look as if Creston will be well  represented aiCaari brook-on Monday,.  when tbe band makes its apprearance  " in the-divisional city.  Mr. and Mrs.yIreland and family- of  rycHfle - are >CrestonV������jie*weSts resi"-*  dents, arriving at the,first of the week;  'm*J.^:2-l-Z:     mm-~T~X   ��������� .   - -*>       * -"-"  this month. During lune and July  about fifty auto parties mado the  night's stop at the-c^mp at tfee Fred  Smith .ranch, .Kingston, Oont&rio,  being tbe furthest, east point repre-  ������ente-i by the -caller*.   .  Bveryhjody    welcome,  | provided.   Collection io  ions.  frree    luricn  aid of  miss-  Mr. Clark, a soil expert of the pro*-  vincial department of landjp who "i������  making an inspection .of all the ircigj&t- }  ed Areas, in B,C^ which, have loans  from-tne .conservation fund, was a  visitor hereon Thursday losfe, making'  an inspection of the Krickson "VV*ater  Users* Community aaea, as well aa tbe  proposed Arrow Creek system-  Visitors at the Review office this  week are amazed at some samples of  wheat and -bats that are on display  and. are from the T. M. Edmonson  ranch along" the .B^-V. Clumps of  wheat show reproduction of 57 stalks;  -from a single grain gown, while witb.  I the oats as high as 67 are in evidence.  .The  hetfdsy.ars long and the grain ������*"?;  A -rabbita show will he a feature  fall fair thia year.  Ot l*l-a&d IPOm-k  occupying the :forroer   Lidgate  dence at the north end of town.  rest-  plump.     Mr.- Bdmondson  figures bis  whe^t will run 75 bushels to tho acre.  readily cashed in. ap. psam  CANADIAN  AllX������iberals and those,interested,in  the candidature of Harry Gale are  asked to attend a meeting in Speers*  HhIVoo Monday bight." "August tilth  at 8 o'clock,- when plans are to ;be  made and-'couimittee struck to handle  the campaign in Creston Valley.  Jas..Cook got a. way on Monday otva  trip so Calgaiy and Edmonton,-Alta.  He is. making an inspection .of some  'heating plants, one of which he -will  install in ,hia. greenhouse, wbich he  intends, enlarging at once.  The heavy"*��������� gale* that prevailed  Sunday nigbt.and throughout most of  Monday will -Shorten up the apple  crop somewhat, Mcintosh Reds being \  blown down in considerable-quantity.  Plum& also suffered from, the blow. *  C^   X-'-   " ~x ���������\  At the August session "of the village  council perniission was" given -Cbair-  i-nuan-McCreath jof the streets committee to put down another lot of, sidewalk. One .section will be, from *-the  Bevan gatage .to the Bank of Commerce corner.  "Lutheran service on Sunday, August- 16tb������ will take the form of an  open air mission festival at. M. Ot.  Pastel's, The services -will be held at  11a.m. and 2 p.nu At-the ""former  Kev. R. C J>������nzow of Nelson will  preach a. mission sermon, and in the  afternoon, lie vt A. Appelt'will give a  talk on the"~-Lutheran Maori Mission  in Ifew Zealand and* if time  permits;  SOVERKSEHT LIQUOR A&T  Noiiee of Application for Beer  License  Nelson Protective Association  IA  1SQO CLUB]  ** WISE. COST IS SMALL AND THE BEiJEFIT IS LARGE.   Why not take advant-  _* _. 1     age of $g_isojpportunit^to-h6Ip those ftfh-iloofetxbjrou for protection!  Join now..  ENTRANCE FBE S7\0 AGE .UMtT S&YBJIKS.  Persetis **/ either sea eligible.        AppUc$������$ pay* tht doctor's fee.   "  .,  > * -- .  - ^. . X~-y- -**^-  *FaOrfqn-partlo-a3arB���������write       . -     . -'-  y R.J. STEEL* Secretary, Bbs 158. NELSON, B.C.  Notice ,3s beeeby siven that oa or after the-  20th .day cf Aagnst. 1S26. the lutdecaiKned ia-  tend to apply* to the Xriqaor Control Board for a  license In respeect of premises to he known as  Kuskanook Beer Pai-lor, situated on "Lots IS  and 19. Block 883, Kuskanook, Kootenay District Nelson liind -Registrafion District,  in the Provinpe ot British Columbia, for.  the sale ot beer hy the glass or' by open bottle  for consumption' on the premises.,  Dated this 15th day of July, 1926. -  SAM BYSOTJTH. Applicant.  , 1MHMI -*  PR-������-EWi5������TiON������ x  * Vacant, ��������� -ohreeorvod, survayiBtS  va-ewn" lands ssisy bo pt^-aempted by  -{ritUin subjects over 18 Tctftm of e������e.  4j&& by aJlens on docJarias Intention  x.a become Brttiab -������ttl>|actasr coadl-  tio������������*S nnon "rastdencaS. oeeupation.  and - improvement   tor    ogrtcultural  _Full lnfernctatt-an ct^we-qralns.- resu-  =4.tlons   regaxdlrts    *>ir*-������mpttona   -la  givap In BalleUn Kau. t.f .Land Series.  How to Pre-nezapt ZJAnd." eopl>as-Ot  which can be obtataft^i-frM .of cho--*f*s  t-y addr-HWln-|  th*    *0tw*k*rt_ca������nt   Ot  uarnli VtotorUw 3.C* or to' -any- *aov-  e- nxaent "Asont. , ,  Records witl be "sr&ntod cov������rtn������  ioaly land suitable, for, esrtcislturaJ  purposes, a_nd which Ss not timber-  .and. 1.������^ ^arrytos" ovor "K^OO 'board  feet' par acre west-jfltf the Ca������atBai%e  and 6.000 feet per acre east of that  'Ransre.  Applications fwr^pro-emptloiMr'are  . to be addressed to tbo us8 Com-  mieatoner of jKhe X-oad ,Be<x>Td__a*r "OS-  -lulon, In whieh the land -applied for  la iitnated, aaad axe; made on jssisted  form& copies of whl*-jh can be ob~  rained from the Xaad- CcajniSaaloner.  "tF-re-eropUona-must-be.occupied for  five yeaam asta. tn*_pcrov<^-.ent0 mode  to value of f 10 per *acre. including  cloartntf and eultivevtisg a% least five  acres, before a^aCtrcara Gsent can be  ._-^_.t__^__.__i  Wear, more detailed l*xforniailon see  the    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  m*mm,J"' -  *       PURCHASE      * -t#  "T  I  Consider Its  Beauty and the  -������������������'���������" '.'   - y  ��������� * ��������� ���������     ���������   '     " '������j " '.'   '   *  Comfort It Affords  'Pie fine interiors often seen iu larger oitiea oan mow be placed in.  homes every wbere."  Beautifully   rained cotton wood, fii ished  to  appear  in  any natural   wood  color,   can   be  had' with  Lama too Panelling and Ijimrtfico Natural Orain   Finisheo,  .^OAbsohtt^ inanldtibii fro  (;     >;     For natural grain panelling tiHe Laibattoo Finishes  and get porffect* results.  '��������� Vy  >-.-;-f.;'- ."  -: "       For Bale'By ���������" -y. y'  -Cl _C.4kIi^^$^^Ca^0-   ������������������':  Z7:Zz'\ ���������'������������������'     '*y ,.. :���������.;.:   ,, ������������������''���������.������������������,'��������� ��������� --."ftiita-uMii^a^^ .:...   j. .'-.z'-ZZ'..,!."."  ������������������x',������������������',..' jA: ' ;"p/Ve^;.il^ ......   :";  The prolonged* dry spell "has"caused  |,tlie horticultural depai*im*������nt to revise  the ,fruit'crop-at- Creaton.downwa.rd  "from 15b "300 IO-120.Q00 boaces of applet.  Thei-e is to be 8000 boxes of crabapplesr  3SUO crates oi '-plianis -and prunes, and  20CJO boxes oTpetii-R.  _ Th^weathe^haB^uid.tt. little variety  Lttt-it't^e past jweek,. Wednesday even-  ing last. J.and 5 and"^ ��������� early "Monday  morning -favoring with" two of the  worst wrnd storms* i������������ ^yeaxs. "With,  -the, roads inches in dust the gales were  anything but"appreciated.,  - "Tbe open* season- -*ft������r deer, groise,  ducks and geese opens on September  15th. , All fur bearing animals except  beaver and muskrat may be trapped  from November 15th te April 30bh.  The open st-aion on rate and beaver is  from March 15 to April 30th.  The Fruit Exchange packing shed  will be in operation with a small crew  next week, when the Wealthya and  pears will be coming in.. At present  Wart-houseman R, Walters is giving  instvuetion to classes of new packers  who will be employed this year.  W. J. Craig;' one of > Creston's well  known carpenters'," it- '������' h������ispitul  patient at Cranbriibk Ithis "week, hay-,  ing been taken there hurriedly* oh  Monday, nnd underwent an opera  tion for appendicitis the game evening.  | liater Teportn are'^thHt he- is making  a, satiKfactovy recovery, *.- '���������������������������'     '7  Auto. toin-ista  making the s'ton at  FOBMNcia  (Section 39)  LAND AGT  'ktil,  ���������- -���������*. "*  NOTICE OF \$\m\m TO APPLY TQ  PURCHASE 1AKDS  In XAtid Recording DistrictTof Btootenay.-Group  -' One, and situated Sn the yicfnltyof Kitch-  *   ener, B.C " '>'"     . ^   * "  ���������TAKE NOTICE that WILLJAM JSE&  HATHAWAY, ot 310 "Fiansome street, San  I^ranoiseo, Caliiornia, U.id. A., AEemager, Intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:        - \ _X.  Commencing at a- post planted at the  \ intersection of the -westerly boundary at  **x Sub-Lot 14 of Iiot 4B32 -with the northerty  houndarv oC Sub-tjot 13 pf Lot 4S9Z in Group  1, Kootenay District, thence north 20 Chains  more or less to the north-west corner of  Parcel 3 fiatha-way land; thence went 109  1   chains more or-less to a post marked 10.  -Sub-Lot 10 of Lot -4592; thence south 20  chains more or less to a post marked S. Sub-  Lot 13 of Lot ������58.2; thence^-east"* along- the  nortnerly .limit of said Sub-Lot 13 for 100  chains more or less to" the point ot commencement, and containing 200 acres more  or less. - '  WILLIAM LEE HATHAWAY.  Dated 6th June, 1828.  Appltca&ona ������n received for pur  chaoe^ of -vaeaa&t and -unreserved  Crown lands, not beSuff ttntberlaud.  for ejp-lcultaral purpose-i; tninttnum  ������������������"prl-s������ "Of flrat-cla^e (anable) landiv 9B  -per euans, and aeco-tUS-elaiBaS. <srostns>  iaad^ %iJm\S per .acre. Farther Information regarding parch&se or lease  of Crown lande la given In Bulletin.  Ko. 10, .Land^Berles. -"Purebase end  Lease of Crown -Zjanda.'*  -  Mill, factory, or'industrial oltes on  Umber land, not exceedbiar 40 acres,  nasar be purchased or leased, ihe conditions * focludtag ~ payment <a.  stmnpoffe. '  KOME'IITE   LSA6ES  Onaurvoyed areao, not erceedlnsr 26  acres^. m*ay be lex-Jed a������' homesltes.  condlttonel upon ������_. .fiwetllns'' being  erected In the fli-������t year, title belns  obtai*aable after reefdence end 4m-  provement t^ndit*.(ms ore fulftllasd  ���������end"-land has been' otsrveyed- -~  j ���������       - "    v * "  -    LEASES        -\  , "f-*or srastoc* and industxtel.- pur-  ppases areas'-ao& ae-BQeedhujre^O acr������i  may be leased by w������* person or e  c-reranany. ��������� .     ~,  Q RAZING  Under the Graitoc -Aefe the Prov.  Ince le dl-rSded- Into s*r������j_Anc dlstrlcU  and the ranse edmlnlatered under -i  Oraslnc Conunlvstoner. Axmnal  ir-o-Etnc permlta nre lesued baaed on  numbers -majred. prtertty belnv given  co established owners. Stock-owner*  may form assoelattaas for - razur������  rnanosenient. *ft*ee. or paxttslly free,  oermita aro a-tailalile flex* sattters,.  sampera and .trsvellera. up to ten  dead.  A-  ;���������'������>'���������:  ���������avlieln'ii* '-ew  ���������**������%* O^w'mm^es^Sm^m wm ^m^m^^^^mw^w   mm*mst   "*���������"  castas  SSC.  .'���������TB1TO-JH  SHAMROCK PQ/UC MVSAGB7  An 0cimonilai.l,drsh, easy, tO/W*i^-v;->. ���������  Shamroch Brand if^4^  - \QLEF4JDAXJ^ CJ$J������All$I!������I&^ J&UTTjER  <}<������v������rmtH*nt graded: lilgheat Quality.,  pj^Ifandk^  Choicest &EE*.. PORK* MUTTON,, VEAL, LAMB  Turns' ideal poultry kmoB  4 a ��������� . .,.���������..*    m������.rv<*., ^*������.<    l.nltn.a  WT������,.>���������������^j Mall.   On'*   ll*������*������t.  IiicreH****** '"hiihj |������������*������*������������������������������-v*a<''*'i **44<>m i"1 '���������--  .-,., u ,..,���������.. jj "*������/"-������������������ _���������������'-     --���������' ������������������������  -  Investments     ���������  ���������* ^  Hie Imperial Bank -wishes to be helpful m  the furtherance of its clients' interests. A Bond  Department has been established for the pur*  pose of buying and selling, the highest class  of securities for our customers.  The Bond Department will be glad to tadviso  you th-roti^h"tiie Manager ofi our nearest Branch.  :'." ������������������   Se  ' 4BB_t7^3l  <^W* AtXAN,  OF   CAaMaAIMtt. -  CRESTON BRANCH,  Medium -y weigiifc.''-' ��������� :Ab>-'-  ���������^oirtetd .grey and white,  rn ,- .j'-yCpa"      m. ^������-J^i     w   ,   m"a'ii *** ���������'  ��������� f m    ��������� i  blue arid whitej white  top, h-^oland.top; elastic rib top.  ���������jfi&M^'Nwrfp"ift_^ "  y4^iQ.,iift;'T0wn  wm  m  I  XI,  ANNOUNCEMENT-  '>. _ ... .���������������  I am still  in a position   to   sell you any ear you  wish at same price  as the dealer in such  make  can,   and will  give you   the   same  reliable service to   tke car of your choice.  ���������    .    ,   " ' ���������"*'. :��������� ��������� ���������' '., ***",'  mQRJWKlK/IMtKlO    1   QVtT F   WA It/fir JO"   JF/1 ***}*��������� fl  f*A IjtC  along  with   all other  Hues,   and  Parts]' to  repair any car I sell.  Via  Brn GUI *     nL>7*  Exclusion* Ford Stealer  CRESTOJNf  .W-jWIWI 111*11*111101111 ���������H*f9  liPJJIWUHKI  mmam   IJPJii_IJii,,ll|*LI|WJ.*J.III.I!ll|-l  __t~M  _g_MB������B  ^V,U"iLpt&^rti}Ptfr:������J  THE    REVIEW,    .CRESTOST,    B.    fl;  ���������������-*?__���������  ������od tea  99  7S.  uM%uL9h^ Change Tchoc^ca.  Progress   Of  Tke   C.N.R.  Stage  Historic  Pageant  *"** _* "   ��������� ��������� *-.  Edmonton Exhibition to Have a Novel  am���������._,i:   The most -encouraging reading* matter to be laid before the people of "Can  aoa ior many yejars "was that setting forth the complete operating results of  ;hc Canadian National Railways.- for the year 1925, supplemented a few tyeeks  later by the statement made to Parliament by Hon. C. A. Dunning, the new  Minister of "Kail-ways. The Canadian National Railways, and its predecessors  In the various separate lines which now constitute ,the National system,* have  for so long been a dtiancal burden on the Canadian taxpayer, that it is a distinct relief to read the really splendid Showing of the system last year, and  ihe further betterments a Ire ad* reported for 1926.  The-net earnings of the Canadian National last year were nearly double  inose of 1924, being- $32,26-4.-lit as compared with $17,234,251. This substantial betterment was brought about in two ways, by an increase of nearly ten  million dollars in operptir.g revenues, and a deci-eaTse of over five and one-  half millions in-opera"!ing tsxpenses- Net earnings in" 1925 were twelve times  -What they were in 1922.   ' ...  Supplementing tins annual statement for 1925, Mr. Dunning: was able to inform Parliament that for the first four months of 1926, net earnings of .the  Canadian National amounted to $9,���������89,217, a record for any similar period  in the history of the amalgamated system, and the ?4inister was therefore  in the happy position of-being able to saj\ that "givesi a reasonably good, harvest and freedom from traffic losses due to labo^ difficulties it may be possible for the National Railways to pay this year their entire interest charges  due the public."  That is to say, if pre .sent conditions are maintained, and the promise ot  the 1926 crop realized, the Canadian people this year will not, be; called upon  to make good**any deficit out of taxes.  For the first tihne, too, tho Canadian Government ships, now operated by  the Canadian National management, showed an operating profit during the  first four months of 1926. The National Railway's are carrying cargoes to  the ships, and the ships are bringing traffic-to the railway.  Sometimes operating betterments are show:n by cutting down,expenditures  in the provision of negded equipment and in maintaining a railway fully up to  standard. In the case of the "Canadian National, however, it is satisfactory to  learn that this is not the case. On the contrary, the physical condition of  the system has been steadily improved and better, not.less satisfactory, service  provided. V  As pointed out in a"recent article, it was this_improvement in Canadian  National finances which waa ah.important factor in" enabling..the Finance Minister in his recent budget to "lower the Income "Tax, return to two-cent postage, wipe out the receipt tax, and reduce the. Customs duties oh certain types  of automobiles: Thus, not indirectly, but directly and immediately\the people- of Canada'enjoy a measure of tax relief because of the success being  achieved, by Sir Henry Thornton and his co-workers in the management pf  the Canadian National.  If the expectations or Sir Henry and Mr.���������'DunnIng are realized this year���������  and present indications are that they will be���������then further taxation relief may  be looked for, or, as an alternative, a start made in.the direction of reducing  the enormous-war debt-.which the Dominion now has to carry. " Either step,  of course, would mean a further reductin in the financial burden aird, obligations of the Canadian people. yy  Finally, it is a matter of particular national gratification that this steady  and even rapid improvement in the Canadian National has been brought  about: without doing any injury whatever to Canada's other great national  railway, the Canadian Pacific. The C.P.R. also reported a very successful  year in 1925, far better tbau was expected d.uring the earlier months of that  year, and thus far in 192'* it continues to further improve and strengthen its  position. Much as Canadians desire to see the Canadian National prosper  and more than pay its way. they are equally desirous of seeing the &-P.R. grow  and prosper. There is no wish to advance the welfare"of one system at the  expense of the other. Both are-national systems in the true meaning of the  it.-rns. and both can and are tendering services of immense value "to the  Dominion.  Hon. Frank Oliver will open Edmonton exhibition this year, July 12. ^The  board of management "felt that it was  peculiarly fitting that this Jionor  should fall to. Mr. Oliver, in view of  the fact that thijs year marks the 21st  anniversary of the creating of the  province of Alberta with the early history of which lie had so'much to do.  The Old-Timers' Association, 800  strong, is taking active interest in  the "historic parade, which is the exhibition's method, of marking the anniversary and has moved" the original  building of the Bulletin, Edmonton's  first paper, to a place beside their club  house on the exhibition grounds. The  pageant will be officials- known as  "The Coming of Age," and will have 15  episodes.  Joint Stiffness Goes,  Swellings Disappear,  ^ Pain Is Subdued  K_*       -' "-' ; -'-*    ���������  "ICpPllR -'"FVmvI"  UV-ocli  J"L**"*k"WVj^"'^*"*"    '  JL, "W.������_B.        JS.   JL "-WK7JLO.  and l?ull Flavored  After each meal cover your bread, cake, meat and * ���������������������<;  other left-overs with Para Sani.   . This heavy waxed    ks  paper protects your food from drying out and saves - ������|  much that would otherwise be thrown out.:".. "  Para Sani is sold in a most convenient package.  From the large^ cardboard box you tear off the exact  amount of paper you want." No paper wasted���������aio  time lost. _������ ���������_'-���������'.  Ask your dealer fbr Para Sani, or write direct to  **-%  ���������a*"**  K?  *o  *���������������"  *j>  ������  "s>  ������    ,__.   ������r       _. ^ o,      WESTERN AGENCIES -     KS  JTSSJUF Waxed "Paper Co. *. Western Waxed Paper Co. * _ "s/  32������ !>avle St.-Vancouver . 290 McDermott Ave. Winnipeg    Kyi  HunterMat-lln ���������������* Co.   Regtaa -    ��������� -*sA    - # - : fZA  COMPAW. TjMiTKn  KAMRTON, CAHABA.  .1  No   Liniment   Gives   Such  Satisfaction As  Universal  NERVILINE  It Is the jrieat penetratl_a<y ^ower of  Nerviline that makesTit so efficient in  overcoming: swelling, stiffness and Inflammation. It .rubs into the very  core of the pain, penetnates quickly  through the tissues, and brings a  warm, *comfbrting relief at once. No  liniment compares ;in pain relieving  power with Kervilfne. For the minor  pains and, ills'-that'artse'-in every faintly, NervlMne should always be kept  handy on the shelf:. Use it Cor Rheumatism, "Lumbago, Neuralgia and  Colds.     35 cents at all dealers.  "      Money  In  Potatoes  Owing to the shortage of potatoes  in Canada, and the United States, farmers in the Sault Ste. Marie district  have been marketing their potato^crop  at good prices.^ Recently a farmer in  the township of 7"Caird sold $1,000  wec-th of potatoes at $2 50 per hag.  WEAK AND NERVOUS  Muddling.  Through British   Royal   Princes All   Barristers  .... j  - II.R.H. ihe Duke of York .was called  A. S. Draper! Jin" the. New .York-Heralcfc- j to *;tKe bar and made .."a    benclipr Apt  '^ Tribune      , ' j'Gray's   Inn   last   month.       Following^  "I suppose we shall muddle ] ancient tradition, -'British^ -Royal-  through." That sentence was '.Heard] princes- always become barristers, but  frequently during the first years of ] are not required to pass the "usual "ex**  the war, and it is being repeated now | aminations  in Britain's greatest 'crisis since 1918.  The "truth is that the English do less  ���������"muddling" than most people. It is  the sentence of vain people, a, people  blessed* with a tremendous amount of  self-confidence, a' .people who are  thoroughly grounded on fundamentals,  a people who are profoundly serious,  painstaking, keen on details.  ;; The iBritish public gets a pleasant  kick Qiit* of professing to be a "mud.-  dling people.." Where other people  -become"! hysterical over details', they  smilingly say: "Oh, perhaps we shall  muddley ythrough." In their hearts  they ,$$&: full of confidence, buoyant,  unafrai^.y Regarded as" hesitant, cautious^ "ythe-r.^are actually adventurers,  experimenters, crusaders. Especially  is this, true In governmental affairs.  Tl^y are now working out a profoundly important question and they know  it;-but'they prefer to talk about "mud-  daaltng through."  A Condition Always JDue to "Xhiiv,  . Waftery Blood y  /Thin blood and weak nerves generally are found together.     Red bldodeC;  His Back Has Not  Bothered Him Since  -   ' .,('      '       -  ���������  .- *  .'.''>     ',.;, _\ -A. '";'.  Why     Mr.     Mardibank     Knows  Dodd's Kidney   Pills  Are  -   Good  Canadian-American  Exposition Planned  l  New   Brunswick   man   is  enthusiastic  ,  over the  remedy that   brought  him  relief���������Dodrd's Kidney Pills.  Sussex, N.B. ��������� (Special). ��������� "My  trouble first started from a strain and  bothered my back so' much. I waa  laid up most of my time. * 'I saw "several doctors bnt. they did nie no good.  I took about six to ten boxes of your  Dodd's Kidney Pills and my back has  not bothered me for over two yeara  now. Ysbu may publish this if you  wish."  This statement was sent to us by  Mr.  H    "���������"-" "  New   York   During  Month of December ^\*"  first- - Canadian-American    Ex-  Will   Be   Meld   In  The  position, the object of which  will be  to increase and strengthen the com-  nieicial relations, between the two  countries and to interest the American public in" what Canada has to.  offer in the nature of its ."resources  and its natural beauty to tourists,  will be held in New York in -December.  The exhibits will be composed, of  American firms having Canadian Interests? and. Canadian y firms haying  a^merican interests.,, such, as railroads' .banks-, chambers o f^commerc-e,  manufacturers, etc.  people seldom   complain   of -nervousness.      The reason is that-the blood-v  feeds the nerves and keeps them ton- ���������<���������  ed up to -do the work nature intended.  When the blood, is thin and weak it  fails in this    i"rnporta.nt function    and1,  nervous  troubles  follow.    The follow- *-  ing case will interest those who need .  a tonic for the blood and nerves.~ Mra.  |D. Veno,  Union Square, N-S��������� sarys:���������  "With  a  feeling  bf gratitude I write  ���������  to   tell    you   wliat Dr. Williams'"-Pink  Pills" did for me.      I had become badly  run  down, and. reached  the stage  when I could not do my housework.    I  wasnot only weaH.    but    my    nerves  seemed    completely    shattered.      The  least noise would startle mean-drl was,.  subject to nervous headaches.    Worse  still, I could not sleep at night.    _Re_?- ,  haps I would get an hour or two sleep,  and then lie.awake for the rest of tho  night. '   I had reached a stage- wEen I  actually feared. I would lose my mind.  Up- to the time I decided to take Dr.  Williams'  Pink i-ills,   nothing   I   had  -taken seemed to do me any good.      I "  got  a   few  boxes   of these   an-d  soon  there was no doubt   they    were- "the  medicine" to help me.     As I continued  the use of:the pills I gradually: grev/  stronger,  ate .better  and   could .-sleep^  at night, and. now E am as well an<iT  strong as. a womajt could wish to be.  I :ljoi>e.Soine other weak, nervous person -will be; benefitted by my-exper������-  encel'7-7:'77������������������,.;..,..,-,- <>  Dr. William Pills are sold by  all medicine dealers or.by mail at 50c  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine, Co., Brockville, Ont.  J.  Marchbank,  a  well-known  Wirh increasing* Uiinilgration, a general  renewal in all lines of ind.ust.ry rfesident of this'place. ���������  merce   and  -riven :i good crop ihroughout Lhe country this year* the-i     Mr.    Marchbank's    lame    back   was  caused, bq sick kidneys. That is why  lhe got such "prompt and'permanent  !relief from Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Growth   Of  B.C.   Industry  and   com  fu"U!v of Canada's railways is encouraging.  "ft: ind     ot"    a    doc  Dine..-- '���������What  Jon*-!. ?"  I.LR--.----E   *Uoaght    J-*-   was   an  doctor  till I sot   1 i������iv bi'l;   iln->n  r  ht** was a r-kiri spc'CiaLi.-t."'  They  i������;     Husband   (ii-ritahly).���������Can't  you re- ] ACt directly on the kidneys strengthen-  t member where I left my pipe?     Wife, j ins them and enabling them to do their  evei ��������� No,    dear, Husband,  round   that   just,   shows   the   forget fulness   of  ���������j women.  Bless    me. i ful1 "work ol* straining all the impurities  out of the blood  I.:?*  rn n *  ~. jDUrnf-;-'  fV*. uu iiiesonj'* tliat  a       .V ck-vo-r girl is one who lendwa whnt | disease.  ir, out. of breiath whi-n.he reachfs  you do moan-when you say things you i  - Impurities in the blood.are the seeds  of di-teast*. Dodd.'s Kldnqy Pills makt*  good health by removing athe seeds of  tin* end of it  don'i mean.  Alberta  Oil  Boom  George.^���������My razor, doesn't" cut kt a tl.  Georgia.���������rWhy, George, you -don't  mean to; tell- ine that your beard "Is  tougher than the oilcloth I cut with it  this morning?  fix        g      -*** <Q      ^  Uiildren  ��������� Nearly   Fifty   Wella  to   be   Drilled  | Turner Valley Field  ,     Oil   drilling  operations in   Southern  !.Vlberta con I lime at a steady pace antl  ]n recent survey of the industry bIiowh  thai, nearly fifty wells are drilling or  about to  bo  started  tli It* year in the  Turner Valley field nlont),    ���������Tho.E.'.T,  Ml ley Exploration Co., of California, is  Production    Has   Increased   at. Rapid  Rate aa  Shown   by Figures  Greht faith in the future of British  Columbia has-been shown in the establishment of many new industries  and the expansion of those already  existing, according to A. A. Milledg-*,  secretary of the B.C. products bureau.  In 1910, there "were 39?.- plants In the  province having a production valued at  "$35,000,000 antl employing 11,000. with  a payroll of approximately $l-i,000.0')'>,  Tn 1925 the nuniber had. grown to JJSQu  plants with a production of $190,000.-  i-tiaO-eO and a payroll of $'11,000,000 to 38,-  500 employees.  Big  Fair Opened  In  SesquI-Centennial        Exposition  Philadelphia Is Now Underway  Philadelphia's    Soaqul  -  Cenic-iinlnt  j Exposition, celebrating the  1501U an-  Planning  to drill ������������voml vrolls in tho j o| the Bl    |n-   of lhe DecUu,  Many Inland  ii<��������� 1 tl near Medicine Hat, '  It. 3h a Iho mated, although unconfirmed, lit tit. tlio Dutch .Slu'li Oil Company,  will invad-*** the Alberta field In search  of oil. '  MOTHER:-    Fletcher's  Castor>-t  h  esj-.cd.itty  prepared to relieve .ftrikVirns in  arms and  Clii^li'cfi  all  ages  od  Constipation,   Flatulency,   Wind  Colic    find    Diarrhea;    allaying  Feverislmessi arising therefrom, and, hy regulating'i\m Stomadx  r-nrl "R-ow^f*", 'fid1* the -ifl'timilntiori td E'Vx-wl; giving fiaUirrtl sleep.           r /7?������xj-y������A&7!  io avoid iinitfitroi'iH, jiiw^iy.*. !������������>���������������.. joi.  kjj** :-a"*��������� h^*������������������*.���������*-������������U HI    -*-a������������.**-r  ��������� r.   i ���������������������*������������������������������������"  j-\h-"f>hit--*ly  t l.-irrn-l**ss ^ Ni > ("pintot,     Phyjaicuui-i t-vcrywherc rccoiuuicntl it*  i  Give Him the Gaa  "Slsi-ih   Jorif'H,  'Imo Trilclrl" up a col- j  pa-Mtnh,"  fxrliiliiK-d  ono  nf  Ihi.* hr-*th-j  -m-".      "Vou  know, ho'n h-avln' us fo" i  10 lulc** a -'lim-nli down En "Mobile, an'*  w������- llioiiKlit wi-'d. iK'-t to*-i������llii>|-- and kH''"  lif.ni       i.       Ilttl*-       rn umonl inn."���������Thn  (yiiurchiiiiiiii,  ution of Independence, -got underway  May 31at, and will remtiin open'un.tl  November.  Thero was a parade three inilua  long; thoro were 150 kuhs, 20.00") wpec-  tntorH* atklresses by Secretary ,o(  Slate KcllogR, Socretury of Commerce  Hoover and Mayor Frceland Kend-  rlcl".  Miller's Worm Powders are complete In themselves.^ They not only  drive worms from the system, but repair the damage that worms cause and  so invigorate the constitution that it  speedily recovers from the dls-or-der*-.  of tlie"'digestion that are the result ot  th������ work of tliese parasitic intruders.  They do their work thoroughly nnu  strength and soundness follow tjielr  use.  ������  '-   ���������" ���������' ������������������;���������������--    ���������   -  Gal ton, who classified Hnger'>rlnts to  aid in Identifying criminals, fljyured  that exact duplication of prints woultl  occur only once in 65 billion cases.  Do Her Housework  Nerves Were So Bad  ... ��������� " v'    ��������� 7 y, :..   :  Mra. I. M*. Paries, Coneo-eon, Ont.,  writes:���������"1 had heart and -lerva  troublo, and bt-caiiiQ ho ehort ��������� of  breath I * could hardly do my daily  housework, and waa ������t> nticvoua i.  coulil not think oE stayinc nlono! na  ovary littlo ������ountl I hc-tra Jfo 11, Ulci.  a hIiocIc to mo.  HEAHX  Ma"r.jird'!3. Llnlmeinit for burnu  Sir Walter Italelgh npread hla clonk  1 ucrons tho puddle for Queen Kllssabelh.  "Trt-iul on thin, your mil Jos ty." lie snlcl,  Hyou are  In danger of gotl.hiK wol,"  "So'n yanr old niantle," retorted  Elizabeth.���������Boston TraliHcrlpi.  VS".    N.  \HXl  Mlnard'a  Liniment for backache  1 Saw  recommended, oo I  tried   a   box,   and  after    taaklikg    tlio  BCCOml    OHO    J.    aSult-ll  now foHiinif; 13k o n  different woinun.'1'  ""Thin prepn-.tibi'tm  ban   boon    oa    tlio  in a r k e t   ifar   tho  pnHt  312   year**   and  "linn   nnhiovoiB   n  wonclerfttf  repulfflll-xn   for   a|hn   roliof!  of all heart and nttrvo troubleo-.  Vt,1*   iin  h-hIy   hr  Tlirt   T.   MMbutr-a  J Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  SBjvFwu^  ,'.���������'���������������  ji I  .   V  v.^  \  I      ���������'    ���������"-     <_  - -    .V  >-  "IKE   EEVIBW,���������CRESTON,   B.   O.  Q'6  l^-aa,  . ' f  University Or Saskatchewan lis  Carrying On Valuable yvork In  Extending. Scientific  Knowledge  Marketing Costs  a ' ".  Farmers" Returns From^Canadian and  New Zealand  Cheese  Investigations by.the dairy and cold  storage branch  of the department _of  - the war,   to  establish  an agricultural agriculture at Ottawa into the making,  research    foundation.        The    iriconie jand marketing costs of Canadian and  New    Zealand   "cheese, have brought  "President Walter Murray, at the recent convocation pf the University of  Saskatchewan announced that the  province ���������had decided to use fts share  of the surplus of Wheat Pool, operated by the Federal  Governmnt d.uring  s  ;^fC  i rjjftfel *'tela H i$* ijm-jttl-ynlj*  from the" fund will be some 1H3.000 a  year, which sum will be administered  by a board of trustees for special researches in plant and animal diseases,  in marketing, and also for scholarships, says the Manitoba Free -"'tress.  This action of the Saskatchewan  Legislature lis in line with its record  as regards research at the University.  For several years now an annual-grant  ef "515,000 has been voted to this end..  Acting under this grant,-investigations  have been   carried-- on  in  animal  dis-  -  Some, Interesting  Facts  Remarkable Progress Made By Cana-da  In; Recent Years  In a recent compilation made by R.  H. Coats, Canadian GovernmentTitatis-  tician, the -population of Canada, is estimated at 9,364,200. ���������* In 1901 it was  but 5,371,000. Thus, the gain in 25  years has-been 75 per cent.  Othe'r "interesting facts given in the  compilation are: "The number of Canadian homes is 2,001,512, of which 62  per cent, are owned and 38 per cent,  rented; -the average Canadian family  is *4.62; the proportion of men to women is exceedingly high���������103 to 100.  One .may remark of the low amount" of  out the fact that the Canadian dairylcrime   (2.77 indictable    offences    per  farmer fares much better than his antipodean competitor. While the average price received for Canadian cheese  was but little more than one-half cent  per 'pound above New, Zealand, the  Canadian milk producer received, about  14% per-cent, more of.the selling price  in the British market than the New  Zealand farmer. In' other words, the  Canadian farmer who provided -the  milk for export cheese,, received 83.32  eases and in plant breeding, in house ; cents for every  dollar's "-worth'of his  __._'-__. a-i ._._      . m.s __.."._:"    A _^-_,     _~*        - ���������* - _. .      ._'        _ _*-���������"������_._.-  construction, in seeking out type's of  corn suitable for Southwest Saskatchewan and in chemical. and*-physical researches. - Among these latter -was an  inquiry into the cause, of decay In concrete. The ^wojrk along this line has  shown^such promise that the Canada"  Cement - Company and "the Dominion  Research Council have each repeated-  its grant. ' -  , So well has the ceramics department  developed .that it was,'announced that  a d<spartment of geology would be established. Professor Delury, of tbe  University of Manitoba, has accepted  the appointment to this department.  Four reports on soil surveys have  been issued and two more are in preparation. Evidently    these    reports  cheese sold at the' "London quotations,  while the New  Zealand   cowman  re-  i ������  ceived only 68.73 cents from each dollar his cheese brought in Great Britain.  Mr. J, F. Singleton in hi^sjreport of the  investigation points out that the Canadian cheese producer has in the competition between^ buyers in "Slontreal  and at country cheese boards, an asr  surance of good prices which sometimes exceed values' justified by Jthe  state of the Old Country markets.  SomeJ Interesting Information"  Relating To Early Excoriation  *     Of  Xhe   Hudson   13ay   Area  -o  Seed Testing  Laboratories  Over Fifty Thousand Samples Handled  During the  Past Year  The seed branch of the Dominion  department of agriculture renders an  have not been*allowed to waste their importailt service in the maintenance  information on the desert air of. uni- |of seed t���������st{ng laboratories at Quebec,  versity files, for the I farming interests . ottawa> Toronto, Winnipeg and Cal-  and the loan companies have petition- gary. These laboratories are' also  ed the university .authorities that these eqtt|pped for the analysis of unground  surveys be accelerated.     Perhaps this !fee^lng stuffs.      The minister of agrt-  faet is as significant, as the interest of  the Provincial Government in univer  sity research, in show3ng the close ac  cord, between the province and the uni  versity.  On* the university, side- it   will "be  culture    in   his    annual report states  that in the year ending March 31,1&25,  over forty thousand samples of seed,  ; feedlqg stuffs and fertilizers were  handled., by the laboratories. The  .seed samples are tested for-purity and.  1,000 population in 1924).      On educa  tion. Canada * spends  wore thatf $120,-  O0o7500 yearly. -       -  "Next to. population among national  assets stands,.na.tural resources. The  basic fact about Canada is'that she is  half a', continent and still a "new"  country. In . agriculture, the total  arable _.area is at least 300,000,000  acres, of which less than one-half is  occupied and ' less than one quarter  "improved."   ��������� <-  "Though in population Canada ranks  only twenty-fifth' among the countries  of the world, in import - and export  trade she -rankj-i sixth. In -exports, on  a per capita basis, she stands second.  Nearly half -of the trade of Canada is  with the United States."  Arranging  Culling  Service.  Members    of    Saskatchewan    Poultry  Pool Can Weed Out Flocks  I The" Saskatchewan Egg and Poultry  Pool is arranging - a culling service  which will enable its membership to  have their sflocks weeded out. The  pool is also arranging to market the  non-profit hens, culledXfrom the flocks,  by.making live car shipments from  country points. It requires some 2,000  hens to make up a carload. It is intended to make a substantial initial  cash payment at the car door, when  these culls are delivered for shipping.  Where a sufficient number in a district desire this service, the culling  experts will be available this summer.  The cost per Hock will be nominal."  All Farm Animals  Need Salt Supply  Plays Important Part As Appetizer and  Stimulus to Digestion  Experience and science alike have  shown that salt is essential to the good  health and thrift of farm .livestock. It  is not a food nor does it directly increase the digestibility of food, but:i���������t  nevertheless plays an important part  In the work of nutrition, writes F. T.  Shutt, Dominion chemist. It is chiefly valuable as an appetizer and a sub-  stance'-whlch makes.tll-efeed more palatable; as a stimulant and tonic, when  taken in small amounts, and as a  source of hydrochloric a-cid, a normal  constituent of the gastric- juice. Its-  use, therefore, leads to larger consumption of food, and, by stimulating  digestion, permits the" animals to  make a larger and - more profitable-  return in flesh or milk production.  Of. all farm animal^ qpws Jn milk-re  quire "the largest amount of salt.  --  Sheep require salt and there shouldfthgse "documents,  be  no negleet in supplying it, either  by trough, barrel salt, or rock salt. - It  should  be   available   to   them   at   all  times. f  Horses "thrive best when regularly  supplied, by salt, say, ahoutone ounce  daily. When hard at^ work they -require more than- at rest, for the reason  that salt is excreted in the\ perspiration.^ .,---  - Pigs and poultry require* less salt  than other farm animals, but it should:  be supplied "regularly. Brood1 sows  should not be without salt, which may  be given in Jiox, trough-tor self- feeder.  All stock fed. liberally'* with rich,  nutritious feed, exhibit a craving  for salt-, and this should be met if  good health and thrift are to be maintained.  noted that-each1 of-these efforts chrofc-jgermiaation - The feedIng stuffs and  icled. has been.in direet relationship, to j fertniaers are analyzed. Cases or  Saskatchewan and. not concernedrwith j misrepr���������Sentation of the composition  the ravages of the tsetse flyin Africa. of t^es& commodities aud the ejever  Tfue, science should not and  cannot uge Qf adulterants are exposed in this  know community boundaries, but it  may be as true science and yet begin  a": home.  The criilcism^mlght be levelled that  all of this is applied science and that  if it is playing the game, the university should also devote a portion^ of  itp'yme^'talentand ilicome;--to���������Increase  t'ljeyworld'y stock of knowledge bf pure  science.. "br^Miarray- claims: that this  phase Is not.neglecte-Ii and that more-^  over ''the '"* feeling   "for  way. H-inest and legitimate trade Is  protected against unsafe and inferior  goods. "Largely due to this work by  the se"ed branch the quality of commercial feeding stuffs and fertilizers  for sale in Canada is. steadily imjp-rov-  lnjg,; *,.,.'.       ..v...'. ���������'.,.���������'���������'���������'  y...:A'ZZ'....,-..     Z~'y ;  New exhibition buildings are being  erected    at    Ottawa.     'These will be  ready for the World's    Poiiltryy   Con-  quickened the intellectual life of every  department of the university, students  ^search > has 7|-t,eas* in  1927.      Flooi-  plans   of the  enlng, can come the ultimate flower of  human achievement," creative work.  buildings .are being prepared for distribution, to intending exhibitors. Ap-  Young Leghorn Won  Egg-Laying Contest  Pullet   Outdistanced   All   Older   Con-  _ testants   In   Production -  ��������� The younger of the hen species Is  more prolific than her "older sister, according to records of an egg-laying  contest just received by the department of commerce from Buenos Aires.  A young White Leghorn pullet won  'the Argentine contest. During eight  months she laid 162 eggs.  The_ best record achieved, by hens  -was by a White Wyandotte, which  laid 13f eggs during the eight months.  Ay team of White Leghorn pullets also  laid a total of Sid eggs t<T the best  total of 6i-4 by six White Wyand ottea  among the hens. y y  Is Almost Too Perfect  and faculty alike.      From this quick- |pllcat3on for these should be made to  Trees   On  the   Prairies  Nearly    Three    and    a   -Half    Million  Young Trees Shipped This Year  ���������''      . From-Sutherland  The staff of the Dominion forestry  farm at: Sutherland, Sask/, have heen  busy shipping baby trees destined, to  bpdome pleasant gt'oves of shelter,'in  nearly 3,000 places in the Canadian  prairie provinces:���������Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta*     y ���������"    ,       ^ :.r  The demand I'or this free service afforded hy the Canad.1an Government  department of ;|agriculture fluctuates  with the years,, accord Ing to farming  conditions nnd. settlers" j movements.  Up to the full of K-J23 tlfo Sutherland  station had shipped since its Inception,  over 17.000,000 trees. For 192-1 the  tolalwas over 2.000,500, while' In11I25  It was about, the same number. This"  yCiir 3,3.DC,o6o -were shipped,  Ernest RhoadeB,  Congress  Secretary,  Experimental Farm, Ottawa.  A man seldom likes to meet an-,  other man who has a fad for collecting bills.  Vermont Boy Does Housework As Well  , As Chores ,,__,  Donald"JBrown, 10-year-old son of  Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown, is an expert* in icake and cookie making. He i  makes all the cakes and cookies for  his mother, attends to the baking and  does the frostin-f. He also takes  care of his room and does other work  about the house, besides doing,outdoor  chores. - -~"  The Belfast * Telegraph contains  some interesting information relating ���������  to .early .explorers in the Hudson Bay  area. According to this paper, documents relating to the shores of Hudson Bay are the most striking acquisis "  tion of the Ulster lie cord Office.  These were found among papers of the  Dobbs family .at Carrickfergus, the  best known of" whom was Arthur  Dobbs, a sixteenth century author and  statesman, who towards the -close of  his -ilife became Governor of North  Carolina. He was dissatisfied, with  tbe Hudson Bay Company, which had  confined its explorations to the coast,  and had not complied with its charter  by seeking a northwest passage to the  Pacific Ocean. Apparently he obtained copies of reports on, Hudson Bay  explorations up to- that time and these  have been preserved Tor 170 years on  the shores of Belfast Lough.  The journal of Henry Kelsey, covering the experiences of an officer of  the Hudson Bay Company from"1683 to  1722, - is   the   earliest volume among  The greater part  ofhis life.seems to have been spent in  the_valiey ofvthe Hayes River, a tributary of the Nelson. It Is evident from  ������������������his"reports tliat he must have reached "the prairie country of Northern  Manitoba, and was probably the first  white man, certainly the first Eng-  lishman/to penetrate so far. Twice,  in. 1694 and- again in 1������97, this fort in  which" he was stationed was obliged  to surrender to French vessels .of war.  Kelsey -continued on the coast until  1722,.and gradually rose to the position of chief trader at a station. Only  scant details are given of his later experiences, but it is clear that he voyaged to tl\e Eskimo country, althougn  he was not able to develop trade with  the inhabitants.  It is recorded that Dobbs kept up  his campaign against the Hudson Bay  Company, and induced the British admiralty in 1741 to- send -the King's  Furnace to ChurchillJ River. The  master's journal of this voyage is also  among -the papers recently found, in  17*46 two other ships were sent out on  exploration*work,= and the journal "ot  one of them is included in the Dobbs  papers.���������Regina Leader.  Needed As Much As Cash  The Brantforct -Expositor notes  that young Cornelius Vanderbllt has  lost a million and a half dollars trying  to establish three ^ newspapers. But  to run newspapers} more than money  alone is required���������-brains, fof example.  ���������Kingston Standard,  Preservation   Of  Eggs  The  Eggs  It  is  probable,' also,  that  one  ant  feels   vastly   more   important   in   the  scheme of things than another.  C.P.R. President Leaves for England and Continent  May Enlarge B.C. Plant  "If  the   chemical   rcfioarcli   work  ot  our laboratories'" regai-dlnK n-IIUzatlon  of luimlo-ck cellulose ia fliiccosasful, wc  .  ���������'Guaranize'"   Process ~ For  Stored In a Cellar  The value' of the "Guaranize" process for storing- eggs, -which consists  of dipping the eggs in a boiling solution of wajc and oil, as demonstratec in  an experiment where the eggs were  kept in a "cellar.     Describing the experiment in his latest report the t>o  minion    poultry    husbandman    states  that the "Guaranized" eggs were in a  considerably  better  condition   at  tlies-  end  of fifteen' weeks  than  were  the  non-processed ones.     When tested for  flavor there was a marked difference  in flavor of the '"Guaranized" eggs. The  non-processed eggs  began-to have a  musty    flavor   after   the tenth week,  while the "Guaranized" new laid eggs  were quite palata"ftle> boiled or poached, when taken out   at   the   fifteenth  week.     It   seems,   therefore,   certain  that tiro process has a decidedJy favorable efCecir on the keeping quality of  eggs stored, in an ordinary cellar.  The Weed Menace  W. Beatty, chairman and pros!  will -double xw\ treble the size of our I ]en(. of 1hc ClulfttUan Pac,nc Rn-tiwny.  plnnl." h������1������1 Mr, I.iiwi-cnco IvllIan-,1,^ Wtadsor suulotJ Montreal, for  preiddcnl ni' thi"* nrilfc-h -r������l.tmihln "PjHti J Qu(jU((. ,(jCWllJj. whw.0 hiJ hourded Lii0  anil Paper Company, In an ndelve--a to"!Efflpt,css oC ScotIand for T,:���������Riuadl and  the continent. The trip la largely ot  jo. business nature nnd will-*, cover t\  'pn-rlort of R->ni������- wi-eks.     While fin "TCnrc-  foro -the  foreign  Irnik"- bureau of khoj  Board of. Trade of Vancouver,'  Tnadi-,    bain    and   'b*������iik������-*t-ean llvo  lonf-or without food    thnn   any  'other  CVi-UtUI**.*!.*.  \w  rj.  J land Mr, JJeaUy will complete at-  jratifce-nK-nlB "for the -building of tlie  : coropnny'H two new ocean liners  for  Ilu-- Atlantic Y*������ui*'S.  A large number of CnnndJa'n Paclftc  directors and ofttcora were oh tho  Wlmlt.or Station platform to say .goodbye tu Mr. Bvuiiy und W. Ii, Mc 1 j_������<..>���������,  vice-president of traffic, who accompanied him on his trip. ' Those included In the group were Sir Herbert Holt;  F. W. MolBon; "Rosn ��������� McMa ������1 r*r; F. E.  Meredith, K.C; A. D., McTIar, vlce-  Tlresident; J. J. Scully, genprnl mati-  agoiJ; W. A. Wainwright, ������HKl������tani: to  lili*-! chftlrtuaii Canadian Pac-lBlc Stcam-  shlpsj Ernest Alexander, secretary;  W. M. Neal, assistant to the vice-president; J. K. Savage, general supcrSn-  ���������leiidi-iJiai; C, E. 1-2, l/".st_hci', &-.-n.crul iKis-  senger trafllc manai^-r; E. do B. Panct; '<  W. "Maughan; W. G. Annable; Wm.  Ballfin|yne and Capt" J. T. Walsh.  Left to right above aire shown: W.  It, Mclnnes; P. 13. Mewdlth, K.C..  director Canadian 1-aclflc Steanii~-hlpj������;  and President Beatty.  Vigorous    Prosecution    of    the    Fight  Against Weeds in Alberta  More    than    eighty    municipalities  were represented at the convention of  weed supervisors and inspectors, held  ar Olds, Alberta, recently.    Thorough  discussion of the weed campaign for  the summer took place,    and    indications are for a vigorous prosecution of  the light against the weeds,      .Excellent co-openttion between the various  municipalities and tha provincial' department of agriculture  in  the  campaign was manifest at ihe convention  and  considerable further progress  Is  anticipated  this  year In  clearing  the  province of the weed menace.'  Wai  Not Interested  The waiter was taking the order of  a pretty girl who was accompanied by  a ftorid. podgy, mJddk-nged rohn.  "And   how about   iSjd   lubstt-r,"  w-ralter in-quired. ,  ���������"Oh,   he    can   order   wlmli-v^r  lllTF.-.."' c^iww- ill'*  Mart Urn-* r������-K������lv.  th*  he  MMMMamMtnM-JNMaaMta. smmzm  VHE  OBESTCIr BSTiBW  Local and Personal  Fo������ Sai^e���������Ford  shape, a bargain.  Office.  truck,   in   good  Apply     Review  WANTBD"���������A quiet driving pony,  must be used to autos, - F, W. Ash,  Creston.  Fob SAKE-r-An 8 x 10 8-oz. tent, two  foot wall, used one week, price $15. \ ,  Mawson.  Mr**.. Jas. Cook got back on Sunday  from a few days visit with Mrs.. North  aft Sirdar.  '"  For. SAI-K-���������A. Coleman camp stove  complete with oven, slightly used, $13.  TV.Mawson.  The W.M.S. has its August meeting  at the Presbyterian Church, at 3 p.m.,  Tuesday, 17th.  Mr. and Mrs. Belt of Bowmen,  Alberta, -arrived in by auto last week  and are guests of the latter's father,  F. K.. Hurry nt West Creston.  Fob. SatVEJEi���������Ford light delivery, in j  good shape, $100. Apply Box 17,1  Review Omoe.  For Sa������B���������Grade cow, just freshened with calf, good milker. J. Sherwood Creston.  Mrs. IB. J. Brawn of Sirdar is spending-" the week iss Creston,  a. guest of  ������*��������� ���������     w.. ..    #i.n._^W  lHl>a 1. Itaa  VjWtt.   -  Mies Agnes Andrew of Winnipeg.  Man., is a visitor here At present, tbe  guestof Mrs. E. Andrew.  Jas. Conpland of Boswell was renew-  acquaintances in Creston a couple of  days the fore part of the week.  Services at Christ Church are dis-,  continued For the next two weeks, the  rector being absent on vacation.  Land Waisted���������For cash buyers,  describe and give price H. "Webster,  I2l Tenth St., New Westminster.  . Mrs. BroSey of Spokane is a Creston  visitor at present, the git est of her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nichol."  ���������rand  BEBE DANIELS AND WARNER BAXTER IN A SCENE      .   _  FROM THE PA*aAMOUI>fr PICTUR5 "MISS BREWSTERS MILLIONS*  A CUa&NCE  BADGER. PRODUCTION  The Best EppsBd Business College in British Coium&.a  Shorthand, Type writing, -Bookkeeping, Penmans&ip, Spelling  Commercial English, Commercial Lubw, Commercial Arithmetic, Filing, General Office Procedure.  INDIVIDUAL TUITION.   FEES s S17^0 a Month  NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE STUDENTS seemed 14th, 16th  17th and 18th positions in the Canadian Typewriting Champion*  -"hip, 1926.    Two Gold and several Silver and Bron7,e Medalists for,  last term. '.:���������- "^   .  The College in which Students eiiker Work or Leave  NEW TERM Commences  Wednesday.  SEPT.  1st.  Boom for a limited number of pupils only.   APPLY  Phone 60S. P.O. Box 14. NELSON, &C.  Mrs. W, B. Martin and children are'  home again after a months' vacation  with friends in Vancouvea and coast  points. ^  W. B, Barner left ot the end -td* the  week for Kaslo and will spend a few.  days renewing old.acquaintances in  snas tow p. ,  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid remind of- the -novelty stall they will  have at Creston's fall fair, Sept. 80'and  October 1st.~"      "' . _  Key. 8. "Newby left on Wednesday  for Robson and Arspw Lakes, points,  where hie will   be  on vacation'.-until  August 38tch. " ' *  ���������-    *   ���������   .  .Fob .$ax������b    or  Rent���������Residential  property   with   two acres and    fonr-  room bungalow.   Apply R. Walmsley,"  Box 5, Creston.   " *  A. Kleiat announces an auction sale  of household effects, etc., at the ranch  just porth of Creston, for 1 p.m., Saturday,. August 21st. -_ ~s  "a"* **. -  - H. Marsden, cashier at Jthe Bank of  Commerce, left on- Saturday on the  usual two weeks' vacation, which he is  spending in Va-aeouveiw'^  " ���������-���������  House: For Saubs���������7-room house ,for  sale by owner, located above the  track, and close in, modern conveniences.    ApplyCrestup  Drug &.Book  Store.  A. Walter of the staff of Sherman.,  Clay, Inc.,  music house, Spokane, is J  renewing   acquaintances   in   Creston,���������  and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W,  Bendy.  Mrs. R������ Stevens is leaving thia week  for Cra*a ford Bity where fche is joining '  a camping party at that point for a  short stay,  and will visit���������Vancouver  before returning.,  W. Kelly of Ladner has accepted  the position uf principal ef Creston  high school and will be moving here  to take up residence with the opening  of school in September.  ' Mrs. Hopwood of the telephone  central, is taking her usual -two weeks  vacation at present and is a. visitor  with Balfour friends* Her dayghter,  Helen, accompanies her.. -  In the absence of the pastor. Rev. 3.  He-'dman. who is *-v,ith the c&mpess at  Sanca Creek, the evenine service at  Trinity United on Sunday evening  was taken by Fred Lewis. _  S. A. Speers and ehildeen and H. S.  McCreath   wei-e    inot������-r    visitors    to  1 Cranbs-<x>k on Friday, their chief bnsi-  ������ness being to. attehd  the  Sells-Floto  circus that played-that town that day.  Provanch.r police -H. McLaren was a  visitor to kelson  on  Saturday after  noon/ taking with him  two indians,  John P. BU and Nick Francis, who are  serving a two months' sentence in the  Nelson   jail   for    robbing   the/ Lister  store on July "20th.   Three other .reds.  Basil  Swanson,   Euston   Andrew" and  Sum Luke,   who had a  hand in  the  burglary,  were let go on   suspended  sentence  by Magistrate Mallandaine,  who tried the case.    The theft consisted chiefly of  flavoring  extracts, with  some tinned fish and .meats, which was  taken tp Bonnet's Ferryfor a jamboree  immediately following the steal.  SC0HOL BOOJCS  H.8n-"a*8������gAOktur-^ **W tffeBii"!?'  /"   k7^M*A   n _=  m nwTnnnw ������������       !  |   _B    ������������������A_U  WW iuus aBAiUUu^o y  -*>**I  Our Block will be complete, but we must kuQW  .  your requirements before school,starts so.  as to cause no delay.    Tfell.us the-Grade  -.and-we-'will tell you the books you need, _  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  G3EO. IS. KMSZLHT  &  idodyear Tires aii  y Reduce  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  SUGAR.  SALT  ROLLED OATS, &e.  No Machine Will ran long Without  Effective  Lubrication ~  And a lot of Oil and Grease ean-be  bought for the cost of one repair.  We can supply all your needs ih Oil and Grease  -High grade Gas by the drum or gallon.  L  FARM ERS SUP PLY DEPOT  p-IMIilMLMMliitBil���������  7*\7  Pg*&W&B*t  MgBgg    mm w\\w^^mmiww\wi ^^Lt^St  CS33-3 t  \  Watch the Windows  WtHI GASi MmELiPI  Bjt*     wTTjt^m, r% if****" ry *r*   ry rr w_\\ i B jr* B**-  Mini. inn ,ummmm,m.m..mmmMt44i*wwm4m4m&mmrATi  Dry Goods  @ niCBf IBS  JjgMBg������ll|IW������l^  /

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