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Creston Review Apr 29, 1927

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 f.f?'  ���������sf'  mOnq  5  Vol, XIX.  CBESTON. B. a, ������B_fDAY, APBIL 29, 1927  Ho. 11  _������_-__*  J.G. Abbott, one of our foremost,  poultry farmers* has increased bis  flock again this spring, having token  delivery of 225 day old chicks.'  .  Mrs. N. Winlaw and children were  visitors he-re last week* returning to  Nelsonot. Sunday.  Mrs. Arbuckl������������ and family of Jafffray  were visitors here last week������ guests of  Mr. and Mrs. Abbott.  Miss Margaret Irving of Creston  8 pent part of the Easter vacation, .with  her ydttngfcEen-te;aV?.Wyn"Qdel?;.'}  Mrs. __4e4:bti/:wi_b' has been a Vl-sitoF ���������  with Mre,  XaaBlate,   returned _to her  home at Bull, River last week. "'"���������  Mr. Moisson and family arrived at  Wyqndel on Saturday.  Mrs. Mower and children" reached-  here on Sunday from Winnipeg, Man.,  to |oia Mr. Mower.      . ;..-���������--���������  The delightful weather oft Sunday  attracted quite a number of players to  the tennie--courts.  Roy Andestad was "a weekenk visitor at Creston   wtth 'his   sister.   Mrs.  HindleyT   - .   '";.:':"'  Birth���������On April 23rd. toy- Mar. and  Mrs. Steve Benedetti, a son.  Mass Kitty Rosibdale was home for  a few "days,   returning   to   Yahk on  Tiie-H-lay.?.? . ?-vu.;:;?..- ...?; X**1*j"-:. "  Barry McDonald was a weekend  with Mrs. Rbsindale.  Wynndel**? Strawberry fields It ok  green and healthy, and many show  signs of flowering.  Cranbrook   Courier:   A.   Cajtm'eron  .  ..    _ t  oja* Duck Creek* is: ainong *he outof-  ������������������y::'to*wof;y*si^^  :- hqspiti&l just now-1 ^ie^Bfe^^te^i^eWt  .: baronchiti-v'fff'   ;?;"f-'- ?'':-'��������� :r^  Oreston on Monday to have a small  piece of granite removed from his eye  by Dr. Henderson. The mishap occurred while he was at work at the  quarry. The removal was successfully accomplished and he will be back  at work, in a few days.  Dr. Henderson and provincial police  .McLaren of Creston  were here early  Tuesday morning te  investigate  ehe  sudden death "of Stanley W. Brown,  an inspector for the Board of Railway  ICommissioneis, which occurred early  that morning. The doctor made a  thorough enquiry into niatte__t and  decided "an inquest was unnecessary  death being due to heart failure.  Undertaker JBLendren prepared the  remains, for shipment to Vancouver  and the   body   left  for  that   city on  #af"  W ednesday.  Miss Laura An-teen'" aretursseS to  resume her was. k at' Kelson business  college on Sundays after spending  Easter week at her home here.  ^s-tfaur Hura?y of Creston arrived on  Monday, and is spending a few days  with his sister, Mrs.  Andy  Abraham-  son,"'' "'������������������������������������  Miss  The buildings have all been remodelled  inside aaad snakes put on the roof and  walls. A fire guard has. been made  around the camp which "wall also be a  great piotec-ion to the town. The  rock pile has been laid ont for &  garden, and paras made in the green  timber. The improvements give the  old camp a real summer resort appearance.  Alice   Moias-der,    who  present working in ;.fche C.P.R,  Mr* and Mrs. D, Macdonald and  family off Cranbrook.. were visitors  here last week with th hitter's -i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q: Oartwright.  Capt. Oa tts, forestry official at  Creston, waa. here on Monday and  delivered an address on forest protection at the. school  that afternoon.  Mrs. Stanley of Nakusp was a  visitor, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Healey last week, returning on Friday. She was welcomed by many  other friends as Mj*a Stanley .was.at  one   time     editor    of    the   Creston  Messrs. Kernaghan and Brubacker  of Creston have been busy here for  some days past dismantling the Bent-  ley sawnsill, which is being shipped to  .ia .at  office  at .Cranbrook,. spent the  weekend at  her laonie here, going back.on Sunday.  The dance in Hunt's Hall on Saturday n-g-it was a success. A large  turn oat war? it* evetdence- from Creston, Porthili, Wynndel, Sirdar. Canyon ..and Erickson. Mrs. Lister's  orchestra supplied t the muse which  was real **peppjh"      *  Maes Edith Cameron arrived- on  Saturday to spend?i������f 'couple :������f? greeks  with    her     grandmother,     Mrs.     Z.  G-esoilX.'.: ���������", . 'rf ��������� .    ,    .'.'''"'..'"  T. C. Fplsy, Alphonse Lapage and  Lewis Littlejohn ivere the Kitchener  representatives at the Baste? Monday  hospital ball at Cranbrook, ,getting  back at the middle of the week.  '. Provincial police H. McLaren of  Oreston was here on an ssSlciaU visit oeb  Thursday. Col, Fied Lister, M.P.P..  land .R. Jenks, principal * of Lister  school, were Kitchener visitors on  Saturday.  * t* ���������*���������  G. Boyes of Bonners Perry  and  C.  Thompson  mid  5>- Cain  hill were motor visitors'  week.  Local, and: Persons,!  '���������:������������������i ���������$ . _-. ���������-���������-��������� : --- _ '  Ray Crisler of the Erickson Battery  Service Station, reports an utausurily  aetive.season in the sale of hew care,  trucks and tractors. .To date .lie lias  disposed of two Fordsoh. tractor outfits, two Ford touring cars, a Pontiac  .andean sedan, a Ford "roadster, 3-ton  Poid truck, as welt as a rebuilt Ford  and Chevrolet. "Watch for bis an-  nauncment next week,  , Creston badminton club wound up  tbe season's -activities last week, and  Preaidenfe Os"Bs Twis-greporta a most  successful year���������ianancirtlly and other-  Iwise.   The club had. 25 playing mem  bers, al! -offaarbaam took an active part  in trie games played three evenings a  week at the Parish Hall. The club  now o wp8 complete equipment and  has a small rsurj  son with.  . Mrs. T. Hickey left last week for  the Windermere ceuntry, where shfe  is a visitor at Invermere wSalle Tom Is  making.his fur buying rounds in that  section. ^  The Anglican Church service will be  held on Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m. v  Bi_.th��������� At   St.  Eugene     Hosdital  Cranbrook, on April   19th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Ludwig Moberg, a son.     ?u..;  Mrs. Ben Long, who has Saseni.  Seattle visitor ator the past few  months, arrived.-home,i ati the end of  the week, and wall be -making a few  months* stay ai> the rancH, ,f.- *..  The clean up, paint up eampaietn is  in full, swing in the Canyon section*  T. Mawson beintj; amongst those wfbfo  are giving their residences some needled attention with the paint brash..;  -   JX-ff.  &��������������������������������� ������������������.o.    t*a.<o   jtM..myo.:m. ,..?TJ,"!%. -W  guests of honor at. a. miscellaneous  shower at the hall to-night jwbicb.  promises to be one of the social events  of the sa'sisoss." Dave joined the ranks  of .the beta^cSicts at TSelson on April  14th, wneii he was  redded  to a ���������'Mss*.  ss*on -of Port-  here the past  Mass   Mildred   Andeen   and    Clara  Hunt   have  returned  to   their  high  laverraer������s in -which district it is to be [school studies at Creston; after spend  .-,?  Mrs. T. Hegers and nh\Mi^n,* Maggie  and John, were ISelson visatbi* for the  weekend.  Principal and Mars.'Smith, who spent  the Easter holidays with Grand Forks  friends, keturned on Siindiiy, school  re^opening on Monday morning,  ��������� *'       , ���������-'" ��������� >?''��������� -'��������� ������������������  Miss Neil of. EingsgaVe -avas a visitor  here a few eaya the past week a guest  of Mrrs. Cam.  Ft. Cullman of Cranbrook was here  for- Human Catholic Chssrch service  here on Sunday morning.'  The yard crew received a hut-vied  call to take a couple of.- esttra gangs  and the outfit to Kitchener on Monday to change the course ot Russel  Creek, the water froin which was  threattening to wash ont some of the  track at that point.  The telegraph gang that hue been at  work stringing I he copper commercial  wire from Cranbuook to Nelson got  back on Wednesday, and with, their  outfit polled out for Cranbrook tlie  oarae|day.  Jae. Wilson of the Grey Royal  Granite   woikshad to be motored to  operated in future.  ingr highly ��������� satisf actory, - particularly  at the Prank Putnam -ranch where  the two-pairs of- silver-blacks secured  last fall have given birth to a total-of  eleven young foxes of real'healthy  appearance. At the McMaster place  the results, while not so good, ate  very satisfactory, five young foxes  having already arrived. '  Manager Chrisler of the fErickson  Battery Service station has had a  J record month in the sales department  of hits Inasiness, having disposed of  ���������recently Fordsop tractor outfite complete to Frank Putnam- and Jas. Carr;  Forrd tonring cars toJnhn Anderson  and IS. Langston; Ford roadster to  Vie.Mawson; Pontiac landeau sedan to  Percy Be ffey; S ton truck to Cameron r������s McKelvey; a rebuilt-, Ford to  a party at Kitchener, and a reniui*  Chevrolet to a buyer at Canyon.  ing the   Easter .vacation   witn   their,  parents _se*re'������      :'-'"-"k. ���������" " *'     '        ^t  Chas. Moore and "ES; Repsomer of  Creston were here last week amakang a  land servey for W. L. Hathaway.     ���������  C. Xeeley and wife, of Vaiicouver  were motor visitors here .on. Wednesday. D. Chapman and C; Soran of  Lewiston, Idaho, were business callers  on Thursday last. ;  Misses Grace Rend all. and? Kathlyn  Porter, who spent their Easter holidays ,in Nelson, arrived back to  resume duty at Kitohener school.  Ketrc of fNew Westminster,  I The entertainnVent talent of the  Sunday School, which was responsible  for tbe concert here on ISaster Mondsiy  night, visited Wynndel on Friday last  when the programme was repeated to  an appreciative audience.:, ;;  Alt. Bond, who has been employed  as  a  plasterer f on" the   addition ..the  upon   o.P.E������ ^'a?aa-5������sfc-m_l4e;-to.-!  Banff. arrived home last  J. Gh Wearmoiith is opera'Ing three  incubators at present and is turning  put from 250 to SOO baty chicka'a  week, for which thera is a good  denmnd.  Saturday has been designated Fores  try Tag Day and the Creston-I_iriekso_a  Wolf Cubs -have undertaken   to dis-  tribote the:tags .throughout Oreston  and Erickson.  . The object of the tags  is to Impress- snore; thorough ly  the general public.the   necessity   of  preserving    the    forest.    _ The   Pack  ���������wish.es it "to be generally rinderstoc������d  that yany.time  they can  be of public  service.they?are ready to do what may  be requirfd:ot:tbem..  J. :.-i^e: ? ^_*|^i^^;.:.)^-^  to ;li old 'the'-crowd i^'ti-Bai'^M:^M^&\  Friday night for the "bridge whist and  dance given by the Ladies" Conservative Club. Both bridge and tk|e old  style whist were played^ and at the  former the prize scores were made by  Mrs. R. J. Long and Mr. "OakIey������  while at the latter tbe honors went to  Mrs. Burnett and 3. M. Craigae.  After lunch there was, a couple of  hours dancing to music by Mrs. Lis-  ter^s orchestra.     ,    feotsl a*  week.  ABtmVfmM) mSItflnfff  . A. G. Padewa of Lsbs .Angeles, Calif.,  Glen Miles of Copeland, Idaho, and J.  O. Vernon of-Bonners. Ferry, engineers on She relamation work ."in S.d&ho,  were business callers.on Thursday.  Manses Ellen, Laura and Mildred  Andeen arrived on Thursday last from  Cranbrook, whtire they spent- a few  davs visiting their uncle, Ted Olaaasbn,  of the Mount Baker Hotel.  T. M. Edmondson, who some time  ago purchased the Mrs," Bruce store  building on Victoria Avenue, opposite  Trinity Church, is busy at present  ptittsng a heavier foundation under it  and rebuilding the -interior, and in a  a few days will fee opening up. in the  flour and feed line .epresentinp* the  Off iii ve Milling Company. ?3e hud the  ageu^jr'up tail aboiifc thiee years ;, ago  and   is   very   largely   aTrespoiiBil-ale for  ^*"*C_5^?^hO&-^ :.  -     . ..   Am  .   -    -.   -  ���������   ,,,>7"������'-fV.=).V-,  ..  twenty acres  recet  WE ABE NOW  CARRYING A  PULL LINE OF  GAZiNlS  Give, us yoiiir stand-.  ingordsr  ��������� A.,    .,,':'   '  We can accept  subscriptions for  any    periodical.  -:��������� W. FRASER  Creston Bakery.  Fred Taylor is ai  business visitor at  "Crows Nest points  this week leaving  on Wednesday last-.  While other .points in the Valley  may be under the Impression no damage waa done by last weekV froat  touch, AH<-*e Siding orchardita report  some damage to pears.  The Sunday services here, as well as  the mid week  bible study   class   conducted by MisaciB Morgan and George  Snave been discontinued,  for the pre  Bent at least.  John W Parkin and Fmaak Travis  of Michel were visitors at the Parkin  ranon-at the end of the week, bi>.b.  rotairnlng during the  week, however.  School re-opened on Monday a. Lei*  the Easter week vacation, which  Principal Matt-riot spent In this section.  Reports of at leant one June wedding  are already current���������and another oi  those happy events early in the fall.  Along with the first asparagus and  Eaatwt* l-.liet. ilUce Slcllng'la alno clals-h-  Ing the first cherry bloBBomiat Bpaiao  Bings on the John W. Parkin ranch  being in bloom at the first of the  week.  Miss Estei Nelson is back from a  visit with friends at Cionbrook and  Kimberley. M.iss Edith Gerouat is  also home from a short visit with  friends and relatives at Cranbrook and  Moyie.   .  C. Fusel.,1 O.P.R. roadmaster, Cran-  biook, tvna Here on business-on Monday. A. 'G. Starudwieke came down  from the Leadville mine for a business  viBit at the weekend.   -  Clifford Fol&y left on Monday for  Lumberton, -wheie he la leauming his  former position. r,  Alf. Speakei of Erickson was a business visitor here on Monday. G.'E.  Beiriny of Creston was another  buslueaa vlwltor last week, arriving on  Thiirsday. Jack Dodds, Martin Nelson, Angus Cameron and Ray Mo-  Kt'lvoy, u cjuurfcefcie of EtlckBoai  stalwarts, were business visitors on  Monday.  paving   Royal    Uonsehold  flour  the  wide  popularity   It   enjoys    in   this  dLatrict.  Mrs. E. H. Coppen, who is leaving  at the end of tiae week, for, he&* new  hnnte in Saskatchewan, was guest of  honor at a Friday afternoon whist at  the home of Mrs. Hayes, tendered  her by the ladies of Christ Church  enngregabitan, at which she waa presented with a case of sterling silver  spoons as an Appreciation of her  various activities Ira tho church life.  The winners at whist wete Mrs.  Young and Mara. Lea|unn. Ke'tesh-  ments were served and. the. affair was  much enjoyed by wll present,  E. H, Coppen, who haa been conducting a- blacksmith buslnesn in the  Grady shop for the past five years, has  closed tap the bunlnesa - nnd left yesterday" on a'visit at Oalgary n.m* Edmon*  ton, Aiberta. Imforo  proceeding   to a  has completed ihe ^ctSbti &Fa residence thereon, and has anoved the  family from Erickson to occupy the  new home.  Rev. J. Headman \vi!l be here on  Monday night for the iregwlar tJ-nlted  Church service, and the annual cas*i-  gregatinnal meeting will be held  immediately after worship.  Vv*. Ridd left a few days ago fop  Edmonton, Alberta. In which;city he  hats taken a position as formaa blacksmith. He will be there till early fall  when he again goes to the Lacombe  section io Eesiune his former sawmill  work. m  School opened again on Monday  after the Easter vacation, with an  attendance jaist over the 80 mark.  Thierwill impress people that an  additional room and teacher i������ ���������������  necessity und the providing of the  extra accomodation will have to be  taken.up at the ancpual meeting- In  July.  ������������������������������������������������������  to Bonners Ferry, Idaho, on Thursday  last, the former having to make report as to whether the dyking of the  f lata at Creston will adversely effect  navigation ,on Kootenay River nxad  lake. They weie joined at Bonners  by J. C. Maodonald offViotorla, comptroller of witter ilghta, und on the  return the latter made a survey off the  company's dyke line,. approval of the  plains of which itre now beforS. the department, and. with the granting of  which should oorme a - permit, to proceed wltli dyking np^.riitiani^Y-  '' . . ���������       ' '  ' "i.     ___    '   J-t:P-    .-  _.  There is it conuidua-able planting of  ���������j cherry and other tree fruits In this  section this spring, but then big gain  n������n aiofwaiaj-M wKil \w> In Btriww-iorrtcu, of  which almost a douon acres aire plaat_-  ed. John Kelly will havo two of  them.  I new    location     In      Saskntohowan.  Mr. Ooppetn wai an oaicellent workman  ....Ir    la    o,iiicilni*    n    wnnld    viaa    In    H������n    uti#l nunw   IfikHII     ������ fi-'������V     *CUUttSS^'iSTti   V.'\\l  to   hear  ct.hla  departure.  week la causing a rapid rise In tlae  wator of local streams. On Monday  Russell brook rose so high that it  threatenetl. the O.P.R. tracks unci see  tion house. An extra gang, aa well as  the B & B^crew arrived Monday even-  Ing from Qlrdur and aire clearing out  the Ing jam In tho crook and digging n  now channel, and it now look a aa if  furthei flood trouble Is impossible.  A great Impi-ovc-i-it-kit .c bcltijg cntftdo  by Mr. Blralr and crew of   maw at the  old faulccvn-W-aaQn, LtnnMMi, ������uui|i  here, whleh lia-atbeen taken over by  W. L. Hatha way   on   I3^in   Franc.no.  @"&K0 TKEiTnE  SATURDAY, April  on  i  *-Q4^Hf  ana moru  bo  aorry  Mrs. Coppen waa a   valued   worker In  -many   of   the    activities   off    Christ  -Ounrch and a sfavorlto U. t>oc'ud ���������cux-2<-w  and her Temowal   will   be   very much?  regretted.  On inati action.- from the federal  public wnrka depa.'inaervt P. B.. Don-  caatcr, dlatrkt engineer1, In company  with Mr. Blaine., the prwsi-lnclal wator  recorder at Nelson, and   engineer  A.  iu  r������I*.Ck-53&_;Xi,   ecprcaentlwK? CawtAn  [Reclamation tympany,Omiteil, made  a launch trip fi*om Kootenay Landing  RICAliDO COKTEZ in  "The Eailfl of thft Sea"  COMING���������2 Days  Fri. and Safe., May 6-7  HAROLD TXOYD, in Ma  GroateBt Comedy hit  For Heaven's Sake THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOX,    B,    C.  A    S  1-4ow pacicea in ^iumznamm  Mor  ���������e  Hungarians  Will ]  Emigrate to    Canada!  Shonid be In every foome"  A.  IS gOOU X&<\  103  Your grocer knows "when you order  JlED HOSE ORANGE PEKOE you  are a judge of fine tea.  W here  ���������r1        i   -t       i    .i     ^i;^.u  ���������oanaaa jucaas rxie    yv onu  Canada  expons   moa*c   wheat   tlaau   any   other   eoutatry fin   the   world,   tl I  produces most  of tin- world's supply a>r nickel,    vnthaai  the ''la&t two years U !  i  lias passed tho  f'nited Start's in   the; production of taa^wsprint   aiad is now ahej  jj-rreu test exporter  in   thv -world.  .Isolated   t'a<-is.  saaeh  as   I he^*e.  arc- hocomans; '  fim������mon  knowledge:   *<auioitj<st   Canadians.  Taut   if   is   do'iabt.L'aal   it,  as   yet.   alley '  fully   appi-ei-ate   flat*   ti-i^amac   strides   made   by   the   Dommhm   in   suaiiuni*,'   at ;  uo.-Mtion   of fvi'sa   tmi>ot-!-jiaee  among;  tin*   I railing   ration-:   of   the   world.  The.  jubilee  year  ot  I'lmfederaiton   is  a  Koaxl   time   to  tak������*  stock   of oait- j  national achievement.--, .not.  that   *we shotikl  become  be-usai'ul  as  a people,  but '������������������  as an  eucoui-a^emoni   and an incentive  lo  si ill greater  things.     It   has been ;  ��������� hurgtui that  <--i.*aadi-uis suffer from ma. inferiority cuiuph v;   thin. -������'������-��������� are mora* !  iuctiaied  to belittle our count a-y  ami  its   possibilities-   than   to boast   of  foom; i  thai, as ji. eousvqnenee.  we  are apt   io  eintiT'iuiai   doubts   and  be   ie.udul   of  Lite  "inure  instead   <���������>(  disphijins   eoriliiteiici.>  and   i-out-utsf.  | New  Settlers  Are  Ail   Accustomed  ta  j - Farm   Wo rk, ,;... .���������,,:.. ^.s. }.-,v.^  \     From   Mui-cli of thi^;?ya?ai-?flintil' Oc?;||    ,.  I lober,"   tlie     mtrnber  #���������'     lijaaigaSyiaiV'; _    f~'  j-Liiuiiiyrant-s   to  be*~scttTed .in^Vesterii. {&?&*.  j Canada   h>    the   Canadian   Hungarian;  I ColonizaCion"Hotmi wiii number about;   '  j 2,500, ?aecordaufe?tt>  ; ih*.     ,1,     l"jvat*ry/UT  j Winnipeg,   lmesWent, of the  Hoard.        j  ;      Hungary,   like   Canada,   is   an   ugt-i- \  I culfcral   coital'iry-,r:l)rf.'l*jv!U*.y; explain- \  \ eded anal   t lie    iaaaaaaiirraius     that    aro!  brought:   out   here  are   ah .aeeudtoaiaexl :  '��������� to   farm  work. ; '-Tlie     faftners    hero...;  report   to   tho''hoard   the   manabor   of;  | . luboivr.s   ihey   require   and   the- order, j ���������.  , for thai, .number Ls sent  to   Maaai&avy." ]  Dr.   Cjvai-y   said,     Since   the   war,   lie;  explained,most   of     I lac     .1 luiagiia'iiins \  who  came   to   ihis   country   wi'iv  very j  poor  and   could  not   Hunk   of  buying,  laud   at.   iirMt.     They   wero   therefore!  placed on farms as Isaborau-s until Uaec j  earned  smflU'tont   itiutia y   io   start'"out !  tor   themselves.    Occasionally, tho doc- j  i.oV ������aid. a man  came with  some cap-!  it ii I and wanted ao suu't  for himself.   '  0^v$   XVJLJLJL.  -       %/|Ss _a_"_VV_i Ck "i f*^^  l^re^-yliliri' of^tomach aW^'^<Bieysdisoi^&>is wrecked  " Iff    j������e^healtlff Notv ftdJ^'r^ot^eda^d^eeling  ���������      ��������� ������������������..���������':.���������:���������  '���������"MmP' ."El i'zft Vi J loan aire -lives n t -432  S^.,F;dri<*k Street., Ottawa,. She is  nkld.v and robust, showiaig no signs ot*  1 ticdistrcissiiiK(ualoalsho>yenti tlu-anigh  fan* throe years. "No wofrls caavfex-''  press ���������������������������what I sufrorcd,'.'"s(io saiil re-.  <*onll.y. "At titties I thougbt: aiiy back  ajiust break, anil' 1 coulat not even  ���������stoop over to sot tlao tabic;  ''My stornuch wtas jiiKt as haul, for  ���������food would lio;there like, at lump of  lend,. 1 used l.o.ialoat terribly, aaad at,  *liincs*c(>uld luinlly catch my l>a*e:itli..  Nervousness kept" nae awake half the  night.    I. tried naauy  reiiietliesyand.  irealtaai*js(.-3 but tlaoitjgh I >peht a 'small''  fortuaic oii them, nothing seemed lb  lielp'na-e.  *'l cualy wish I laiad1������aken Tanlac.  when my trotiblc liraI. started for if.  eerb'iiiily would liai'cs.'avaMl me a lot of  suffering.   The way my troubles dis-  jippcured after tukang it was .almost.  aiiagical. It built me tap aaad made aaie  a new woman,    Now my kidneys  never bother me, I aau free from all  pain and any digestion is splendid.  I.  I had? my way I'd put Tanlac iai every  lioinc iii Cainacla. That's how much  I think about it."       ���������  Don't neglect nature's- waiyuitags.  At the first sign ot' trouble, take Tan-  la<;f aiature's own tonic, made froaaa  i*oots, herbs find barks. -Your druggist has it; get a bottle today. Over  52 million bottles sold*  Wheezy Chest Colds  Subdued Over Night  Trained   Nurse   "Tells   Hew. Golds   A.re  Qjickty  Broken   Up  a^ ,y:oa������ti  s-a>t> Us.  ?\arioaa"  thins.   th������u-a'foa-e. lo  si>ai;oihues  ;ei  ^Hautase   of   rvursolvos  There is  iusjuralion in such,  tributes a.--  lite  Foreitiit   'I't-iiles   Couna-ii   of  New   \oa*k.  in  l(>liONVIll!4  a   lecent.  metis,   stiy.s   Caua-.ja  ita-  ii'l::,  v.iah  a-eatt.  taaa  -t   is  ;is otlnu-. .   . .  -   sfaae-  all   nations   iaa   aucrease   of  external   trade   :-ince  ineiv.'Jis-e   of  ST.   per   cent,  a.s   eoaaiptiretl  -wish   Au.-tniliuV   l-">  per  -an!   ;*!   p.--r een:.  for  ahe   Catited   State.-.  Thv  I.eagut.-   i.i:   Nafi'Uis   15mv;tu   reecnaly   issued   a   report    showing-  that  i'ai'-i.ala's   per   ������-;t������������aia   weuttli   haul   growaa    from   Sl.la>0   in    190������   to   $"*.-llH>   in  Itajfi     a  rt-ciu-."!   atnt-'tucdletl   by   an>   other  nation   ia*   'cistor.w  Tlse   Naatintsaal    !'>t!!v:n!.   of   Research   of   the    Ifuiied   Slates   recently   pub-  i's'n**-d   tlii.*   resuhs   i>f   iT   years'   araalin.ir,   showin  liioje   jn-ospea-aa \-   ahan   any   other   nailioai. ���������  IKiriiiir   the   years   encored   by   tliese  st atemeaits.   the  AVestorn   Provinces;  f>r"   fanadii   ha v..  been   ira������sfoa-nn������d   fa-om   being   a   vast   area,   with   a. sparse  popultitioaa. aawi  a   meagre  pa-oabaciion.  into a  eoinniimuv of over   two million :  * ... . .       . , ..    . i  i.eopie   ami   auni   an   a^ru-uiiural   proouction   ot   sucn   iiaagniiaauo   a.-,   ao   com- ;  iiwml   'he   att.Mitson   of   the   whole   world,   and   const trailing   at   factor  to   be [  . a fckoned vviili. iai all  flic v.-t,-rhi   markets. I  Tho develc.pcu*;������ut   of ihe  WVsi   has haal  its  effect   oti  ihe resi   of Canada. ���������  :is   is   well  LveoguL/.eal.   btu  Westeiia   iieople   possibly   do not.   fully   appreciate;  the  a-;ipi<j  siwvth   and development   whack  has  tak'-n  place  in the  older pro-i  vincc-s   ju   ihe   east.      .Mjituat'acaurine   proilaiciion   in   Canada   has   grown   from-:  Soundproof   Room   In  London   Ear   Hospital  I Silence Chamber Provides Ideal C<*n-  i ditions for Testing Deafness  ; In the basement of tlae aiew Iloyaaa  ��������� Ear HbspitatI, London, which lias been  ro'filo.ially opened by Ne.vile Cha-nsbe-.-  ! laiaa, AlinisLer of blealth, is ta chamber  j-which' is unique in this counta*y known  o���������    ,. .       .     . ,     . , i as  Hie  "silence    room."    Tlae    walls,  Speak ins?   of   valuable   home   reined--., ...      ... ���������'   , .'  les   that,  every   mother  should  always   Ilom'' at,d coiling .of this room are so  constructed, as  ���������     _  \ /   I-   I 1   aVi   C*  c n v i L. i in c  A  Home Necessity  keep on hand. Nurse Cnra-inKlon says:  '*!   haven"!   met  any  preparation more i external   sounds  dependable  than     'Nerviline.'       Tt     is j  the ideal lininienl:  ovea-y drop raahs iaa i  ���������it is ahsoa-btid qailckly. eases and re- {  thai   Canada   had   enjoyed _ Hevcs cone; *stion in a short tiine.    For;  :. chest eold^. pain in the Bide, stiff neck.  eaa-aehe and   toothache.   1   have   found  fit i.ii.r;    lilt!  minoa* ills that aa-iso in every home,  nothing is more efficient than Nervillne."  For nearly fifty yeais Na^rviline has  been a household article in thousands  of Canadhi-i homes. (Jet a o5c. bot:  tie to-day.  to be impervious L.o  . so that exact te.sts  of degrees of deafness can be made,  iai ideal conditions. It is claimed that:  the beat if the heart and the dick oi"  the eyelids, when quickly closed and  opened, can* be heard. Ju <Jeclariaig: i.lio  new hospital open Mr. Ch-.iTuberiain  said  lhat a special  form of tientment  been   partic-  SlxLv  Greater Precaution Needed  :M 1   milliojis   of   dollars,   iai   lt?������>l   iu   1.011   millions   in   1D2T,.   ana?, in   export,   of  ���������A special train of lu caa-s recently]  carried 160 aarm .tractors, direct Iroaii.'  a     Chicago,    factory     to     llosetown, I  --j'.am.e!y, ion is a tion hsul  ularly .valuable iai ear disease  or ' seventy   per   cent,   of  school   children could be shown to be capable ol  being   cured   if they  received   iouisa-  tion ta-eatuient iaigood time.  Toronto Records Show Pedestrians  Responsible for Many Street  Accidents  ?As a jjeneral rule I he motorist 3.s  blameat when a pedeytaiaai is .straaek  by a caa*. The i*epoa*l of Toronto's  Chief Constable for i!.-2G hlio.vrsj that  of cases which cajue to the aatieu-  tioaa of the polia:e ahe motorist was  apparently at fault- in -203 and ahe  pedestrian in 5DS instances. ''There  were .1.20 cassis where res[ab*4^ibitity  could not be de ter mined. ObviotiBly  tlio laeeessity is for alio exva-eise of  greater   care   all  ji round.  Aaa Oil without Alcohol. -Some oils  and many niediciims have alcohol ;is  tt, pi-oniinent ingredient. A judicious  miiaglinj; of six essential oils compose Dr. Thomas' Kelea-frio Oil, and  there as no aicohol in it, so that its  effects are lasting.  sanae  time   bv  2,72fa  pea- cent. Today  worth of manufactured goods more | trict 1,ave taltou ^eliver-y of ;oaae each.  the  situatior.   as  aeccuth   at  aTvt:  auianut'jicturi'd  jiro'lucis exiiiindf-d , in   the  Canada, exports  some millions of alollar.-  i It;i ri   she  .tinports.   ;i   eoinph-to   revei*sal   of  \ e;irs jay?o. .  Caiiailiiiu nianiifacturers are be^innin;lt to protil froan ihe lessons of the  past. They re-ali/e that the people of Canada Jas si whole Will not Stand for  projective i;������ii!Ts sai hs^.h thai they aire, prohibitive, and that, tho tendency-  is in t ha' dit-.-et ion of lower rather lluiaa higher tariff. They now know they  must rely on sonic I hint,' more- alum a protective tariff ia> ensure success and  make profits, As a result thoy hava1 scrapped naaach obsolete machinery, have  adopted imin-o-\ed inamtfiicraaranp;-methods, have not only cultivated tlae home  market belter fhroiiidi the fniviait"- of re;i| sea-\i<-e. hut ihey have saggressively  etiiered I'orei.ii'n markets ami have built  t hei r������jji������'j!'s jare nta  longer in  oa\<. baskel.  They   are    bew.iiui.iiK    to    appa*eciata  Cnmidian   policy   of   na^otiat iii.w   Irade   ft  rero_udse  aind   acce|������i   the   I act    that  .-���������tied:   I hnl.  iu   it   word,  if   Canada b  iniisi.  iaa  itiiaa.   htty  in  those markVts.  Cunada's  niatiufact tu'v'fs  tiaail  jinanch'rs :  aiy*  :ilso,  io   an   iiia-reaKiiii*-  a-sieial,' invest int?     ������ai     tha>     alevelo])iaai'nl:     ad'     iho!  aiiiiurEi.1 resonrees of Hie   I lotninion insttjjul of I'el.viaajJV on  the   imporltilion of  raw ami setni-iiiiinulai-tui-<-'a|  maU'vials which, the  Dominion itself can  supply.  It is bea-aitsa- of it ���������.r.rowinj;- Tecoai-iiii ion taaid tt.itpiie.ation of timse. traalhs  thiii Ciinsula is todaj li'adiu--c ilia- world in tite growth Jind alt? vol op men l of  external  t ratio.  . 1 Sask.. where  .160 faT-ihers of that dis-  Go'tng     fishing���������take     "Vljnard's  ment.  There's  aaoihiupc  bores  si  bore more-,  a.ban.to   have   another   bore   talk   so  aiauch  about iiimself    that     tlae    Jia-st.  Lini-i bore   lasisii't "a   chanc.e   t0   tulle"about  ":   t hi.uu.eK."       . -  S  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  up  a  wot t h-wliile  e\poi t   tritde.   All  the wisdom anil sl.i'e.njrl It of :i  t-ii I it--, with ol.hea* countries, and iu  inlernatiotial trade cannot be Jill one-  ta������  sell   largely, in  loroign markets,   she  Empire Mining Congress  the  -t-.-  Delefjates     From     All     Parts    of  World  tc   Meet  in   Montreal  .\'e-||-|\        ri'Vetl       1 111 :il.f l*������>tl       <lt'leRil1 OS j  iia\e ra'i,'l,-icivd at   I h������- Montrtuil hetial   :  aqmarte'r^   for    tin-     sea ond      Triennial  Umpire  .ilinitti!-  Cinu:i-ess  which  .Is   to:  h������-   If.-hl   ill      ''aiimki.     Aitcriisi      22     lo '  S t ��������� 111 ������.* a a a 111 - a    2>    m-M.   l!������-e.*il    I'.riltliii    is  ^ilhl^    '|ill'    d������-lemHes    of    both    sexert :  I   I'Diietl  State.-- ahoul     I������<n,     India,!  -    Federated    Mai lay    Slates,    lrales-  must   of   th������-   (lllfei'etil    coal lit rie.s  aiuike   tip   the   Cnmineiil   of   Al'ri-  New      /a'iilaml.     Tas-  iii.-     piliicipiil      l-'ttro-  u III      hi-      repivseilta't!.  I USI.11 II I ���������������        Of        Mil) llir*,  h*   I h" rauivenini; hotly  Norse  Convention  Arriinp-eiiienls   ;n*e    jt.lrc'iidy     under  way   for  the  bi������ Norse  convenlion   lo  be   h eh I   an   Winnipeg  next   year.   'I'ro-  liniimiiy   est iniitlt-s  of   lite   at ictulame  Mrs.   D.   l\r.    Thown.    AValion.    N.S..  .s_ays:���������- "I   cannot   a-ecommend    Ilaby's  Own Tablets too highlv-.  I  have found  tliem   invaluable   for   the   ailmeials   of  little ones."     Mrs.   IJrowia's  testiaiiony  is   the  same  as   ihat of  thousands  of  orhet*  mothers   -who   haivo     used     the  'J'jiblets.  To  aa.-m  them once as a  saare.  gmintnfee   that   they   will   always   be  kepa  in the home .-as lot>g- as there are  babies or yonaig children   to be  eared  for.     The   'fablets   are   a   laxative   ������������������-  mild bur   thorough  in action ��������� which  never   fail    10   regulate    the    stomach  aaid   bowels;   relieve  eoaistlpation   and  i indigestion;   break-  up  eohls  aaad  saaat- j }ull.,nv  i pie   fevea's  ami     make     the.     dreaded "  j teething pertoal     etiay.'.'ln     fact     you  j banish  all  Ihe mi nor  Ills  from  which  little   ones   siilTa-r.     The   Tablets   iaa-e  | sold   by  .medicine  dealers  or  hy   mail  iat   2"i   cents  a     box    Trom     The     Dr.  Williams'   Medicine     Co.,     ]>rockvilh\  I Ollt.  Will Design Memorial  Queen   Alexandra   Monument   is   to   be  Work  of   British   Sculptor  The  memorial  to  Que'eai AlexJindra.  designed    hy   Alfred   Cilhert,   Jji-itish i  sculptor,   will   typify   faith,   hope   and }  charity. "  The Ciueen Alexandra monuinotvt  Avill occupy ji position close to the  Maa-lbo't-ough House, from where for  naore than *.!U years Queeai Alexandria  eo.iducteil a, grjicious leadei-slup in  British   society.  If is mu1erst:ood that the many re-  tptesls for an ollicial biogtiiphy of tlu*  kale Queen Mother^ have not ��������� been ���������  favoriibly entertained, jtlthough it can'  bo '-denied ihttt. her hile(  *M:i.jesty recciAt'tl only scant aa teat flota 1  iaa the nut horizon" biographical works:  of the late King Hdward.  Tramps   nei'er   thdtbt-ra lady  the dogs.  go     to  placas   jl  .O'r-0.  :uat  t Ii.-  I Hie.  i h:at  i'ii,    Ausiraliia.  tiiaiilii,   and   Jill  iii'illt    l-l.Ull! fie ���������-  The   I ',< Iliad Iii O  litui   :M 111 M 1111 r U >  I', ir 1 he  Cimu're  If   ii   man   had   as   many   wives   us!  So'oinon   he   would   -wo'iidor   if   sonie  ollift*  one   uouldn'l.   ha\e   suited   him  bet ter.  As   ii   vermifuge   mi'   el'fecllvo     pre  pit ra liana   is   Mot her     drain's'     Worm  lOxli'i'iiiltuil.ur. Jind   it   can   be giveti   lo  the   inovd   altdictile   child   without   I'ear  of Injury  In  lln- con--| Il ulloaa.  I.ighl haired drivers tire said In be  bi'tler drivi is than dark-haired one*,  Also, peih^sl riaiis are more gray-  luilred abiiii   limy  used   lo be.  No Disfiguring  1-11 ���������     _L _L Ml* _J  Js-^al3ilJII Ojl-taCoa     -LhJP     11 IIJI\A\^  If Ctall-'iirai Soaip is imed daily, afttslsted  by Ciaticairn Ointment wham nrceHnary.  They do much to picvenl bli-ckheudii, pimples   and oihri'  unsightly  eruptiont-h and  ' *( \  to prontole pernaunrnt HUin health.  (  "-UikbuUkn. 1.1������ , U.atrt.S,"  'J.I ami (������������<'. Tnl.'iiin '.'Ar,  _������__#"**   Clilirur*   Skia*t������tt   Slit-U   'JS*  ������,t.|r������������.<t    <>nn,*l  I'll.'r,   fta������|l VU'\  n    ll^p^a*  OilllltlDllt  Trade With Germany  Siilisl'actorv    progress.   It    is   "unilor-!  stood,   is bi'ing  nuulo in   tha>  tii'rjinge-  taioiifs  lj������r a  iraide agreemenl. belweeii'  Ctiaiadti.   und  v Cerniatay.     Two     repre-,  senttitUes  of    the     tiermtin     <iovern-(  niiMit  bant been   in     Ollawn     In     coti',  sulialion   with   the   I?,>miuion   Ciovern-  ment,     l^xporis  from  C'amtda   io  (Jet*-,  nuiiiy  in  ihe   lusi   caiendar year were i  oxca.'eda.'d  only   lay  those  fo  lha> Vaalled  States.     tho     Cnilefl     Kingalaatii     anal  Japan,  I AIIIUm*' Worm IN'iwders deslroy,  worms wllfnoul ���������nny Incoiivenleiica' to ;  lhi> ehlhl, nnd so effect tially lhal, Ihey  pass trom tlu> body iiiipeii,ei\fd. Tha������y .  I horonglilv cleanse, the sloiuiiclt anal:  bowels and leave I hem In a eontllihm ;  ��������� tint, iiivorahle ao worms, ami ilaore1  ' will  be no revival <������f lite  pesis. I  i      Flower Seeds From the Old  Land     '  r  1      I'.rlllslt   sellhu's     will     be     provhleaT-  'with  fluv.-ev  v.t-t-tj.--.  from  the  Old Land  'through  the   Itfndnesu     of    the     lion,  , Ijtidy (.'cell, it ks ttniiotincod hy W'alt.oa-  i S.     Wooals,     Hiipeilul'emb'iif     of     the  i  Lands   Set lleiiient   Inunch ,a������l*   the   Al-  laa.alti   allslrlcl,      In      liuiklng      fills     Slr-  raua*;* men I   Iha-ough   Iho     Uoynl     ilor-  I lieuliuriil   Socle I y,   Lud.v   Cecil   ia   caar-  , rvltig out  a    promise    she    nuidu    lit  Wc-anirii <"an.'ula lata I  yautr.  jg* Sr-*-������-*i_^   *\m H������ *<l^*i_^^*M������������**8_5-ill_l 'oS^SS^ Ju> Q-jPfflr  era. jj*3    *BJ| jf^'5 i2 tf-t -t*   Si wt .Tm. ���������fiWfrO   T^T ������m\ -S __l i3   _P" _k *_h <_. *Q*> tt*  ������������ TU1   a*S %W 0> S9 "**��������� !_>   *t ������_  mS 418111   J.^9 mm- SO CO -_-s -"(fct-1 (So "fl* W-> JO.   __  Hearing Restored  1 have aaa origin til homo  treatment for deaf?! toss and  head noisea froan ruiaal catarrh which I want every  suiTercr to try l'ree���������without obligation. For naaaiy  years I miU'ored from <:ii-  tuiThsal don.fncris and hetid  noises. I perfected :i treat-  merit which completely rc-  titoredaaaylaeaa*iiaj������. i jyavo  it to others uiatl llaey were  able to hear a^aha. ^tnco  that time, hundred:', have  itacd it macceHHftilly,  JM.:  ;m  iV1**" w^<* fm..,'!,i;>;;r.  mm  |���������i'^-''''.  m'l  Ri'  ';;. ���������.A?:''-; ���������',���������.-.'-���������>'  ���������j^^fK^S-.y..,:....,'  ��������� ��������� /  WJtt-i--,'������������������'���������''���������' ���������  ,-  Or.  tV. O. Coffee  This 3s FREE  I feel, so Huro that  this treatment vvill re-  '���������atoi'Q'laoarinfr and end  head ������������������no 1 seta ia'oui nasal  cat it rrh that I wa-aa t  every Hiifl'crtjv to try it  ' free. I want to provo  jit my ex peniiel hsat the  i'0HiiaT,3 aro qaj[iel������ and  coiivincin^.      ���������"  lb is the b'owt treat-  ment tlaat I have round  in 42 years* practice aa  eye, ear,nose and throat  .specialiafc. -  ~^| m\m^L    ff ~Rfl Qaffi ~Q     ^_j   11^_tftfc.**!l|*!_?*_>%% ***^ mmfm% ���������*_->*_M_V     ^_1   sf%\   " WmS ____(_'       ' ^S^B*** B^n*^-^-!, ^^PWW ^^ff^Hi  GIVEN AWAY This Month  _T M^fc----  TUonaa licuUaxniiM ������o���������t you nnthinrar. Tlin a*o-  iniltM-rAiaaalt'U' nana cwivliiiiitiv.yoii wlllt>������*lihn  tl(ITt������r<iaico tlao fh*Mt they, J hnv������ .aaainU ttuit'.ili  T������a*r t-ciit of tli- a:nio������ of di>������fna'._ mid hcn<l  n(������|������#ii ar* raiiHtMl pfhaaarily l������y nauatal ontnrila.  Itof t������in-traicl������ill������fiiaoiim<'l),ciiii������oHrln'uan������liKn<  i >s  w  N,     LI  I 077  oaf otlifir tai_tiUH'������������ ainiilKria theio lutvo tolti na<i  of tlao trcitlraafiat'N ������ii������'i:������iih.  TRY IT FREE  In Ntlilltldia. I will nffial yon nlmolntrl)' Tri-n         any aaowr IhiiiIc ������������n lio-fian.-, Hcml N(������Ii������bi _tnl  anal iiinti.v ollitir tr<������iihl<*������.  UniiiiUy nni- car in : (Jiit-i-rli. It <li.(-ii.������'R fully tlao r.tir������l>l������ uni.1 hi-  -ftVatacl llr������.t, Itao tlrmfna-iat urrowi worun willt������ uaavnlilo UuidMol* dentin*--.  tfvopyrttfiv^a-dn'nlilnwiil tlanotliprfsir In s������H!������iiM"'(l. '     Wrilr totfny  ft������r  tlitu Ivrt? irtit Iroaa-lmrail.  My ������������ri_ctni������l hoina atrAt-tm^nt-will *rop mII Uiiti.   Mliil.n If yon ������r������������������lt'i������f, havn haarl naiints* or jii-k  I   Iwv*  r^itrtrftl a������<._vlrnr in   mnaiv   ������xt.mann 1 ������m������nt cmnrrli or ltf*cl ful-irli.  Writ* or i������Hn������ ������*  f������d<"������; nm* wnmnw li������i|H>������i������n <������rn������wjn<������ ft" f f������u������ *K ' <"rt<i������- vianno plwinlu.    I>it tutl il������l������V.   Ttiin ������(������li������-������(  yi������ri|������ irii-t.- RG y-.ti'. olal wJi������> Iau>*l luuin dna. I inuy   not  ������t������i������'***������"  Mirnln.   Kt"' n" tho-- I  mm  1or tmmiy yp-_r������ wan taow lioaia* itrraln. Hundrctln I trroh.rr to itlvn mw*y 25,000 (r������������ lrc���������tita������)������>t������,  DK.W.O.C������irl'������E,SiiUei21i2,St.J-.iii������ftllotulOldK.,-Daveli|ioct', l������.. ��������� raj^-:,^^ ��������� b. ?.. a  ���������   [^.*.J V.,-V^..K  ALBERTA COAL   ������ fc-**"  QUESTION IS UP  FOR DISCUSSION  Al Ottawa Show  Prince of Wales and ..Spanish. Prance  Are Sending Exhibits  ; Ottawa.���������ITeia.s to- the tha'oaae^ aat  Great Brit-din aaiO .Spain w ill* \ ie  Ottawa CoiiHrtonm. w <��������� - -* "rented >. wi'hTeaeh, other a* tlao workl's "poui-.  t>, Hon. rhatles Slewcii. Minister oi | 1r>' couereas" being" heltl here fi*oiia  Intel am. durini* a dt bate - in . "������he! Jul>' 27 t-a Ausu-,1 * of this *H������������,a\  Home ol   Common  IS SOUGHT BY  C.N.R. ^MPIMIS  !   Bank Messeiiifasr Robbed  '^With"?Police Close By Bandits Escape:  I;::y,?.; With $13,000 tni Cash-,, ���������,  j . >,"iaga,ra . Falls,,, ,N.Y.���������T^yp, aimed  bandits held up and robbed Fa-ancis  j ^Icilahoh, messenger for the Catar-  j act ^National  JJaalk,  in' the aiiaiiii'? post  1 Ili\r-lPJLguifiiJ  tlie i "F*-iI.     -1-    l 3    'iuswi    *     oa       ma"?      v-^.'Jt,-.  aard I H.HJI.   Ihe   Piancu of Wales  l'eeeutly  %'"',-i ?' | office   arid    escaped  Mora I real.���������'The   hosii al   of   concil ia- j 000 in  cash.'  lion,   recently  Jippotutel    to    consider,;     -lUcMahop    had    just  wage  iaacroiises  fbr'inme  than  20,000 ; ;,n   nrmored   hauak' car  j*ailwav  "empjojte,   oi    the   Canatliaia ; guaril  with -about   $t;������,  fs*om  #_&ifiNr_  "_"i1r"'"s  Eks% illBs'K'  Shanghai..  serious  ststppe!  ������������������under.  ���������reverse*  the -ffYjfitast&e ^b^t������^|i*orh������t%sl3d  on  '������������������������������������.:���������;   i breaks  of tierce  factional . fighting  tu-  V?'aCC \ Shanghai     aisd     elsewhere  between  out    w.atiiim    for-'another   session   oll L,1ron<--     nUended     exhibiting     some  Pai-liaantni f-     "* fowls   fioui   his  own     poul(r>      laini  The Minasier agreed thV tan ettjible    Tllu   oiv^n   from   tho   Spanish   Orown  Albania  coal   io Vu"C������"*lull������'   eoaarpeto   IVhaco's  larm   will   He  <ho  feyina-e   o������  with Amau-icun anthracite in the mar- j tll������ .Spanish national  exhibit.  kels   ol -Outturn,-'si   $7   ton   rate   was'      l.a neast "Uhoados,     cougaess     seerfi  aioce.ssitry,   and   intimated   that   if  thej tan,   received   word   from   Prol.   Sal-  bouid   fouaad   the   cost   to   be   grealei    vadoa*  Cnstello,     in     charge     of    the  than  that,  the <!overnnient   would  be   ro\ul  poult iy school    sit    Aronvs    de  pit pitied  to giant assistance in order ' Mar, Spain,  lla.it the   Spanish nation-  I *        I  io  make  ahf    transput i ji tion   ail   ;i anil-   at  educational  exhibit   was  boiiag  for-'  lion    ton-j. ft   J ear   ail    Mberta   lignlta*-' warded  on  Ma\    I5,  aaid   tlaat  the  li\t-  into    Q-nlai io   ~ocoaioliiicarav     leasable, t bird   exhibit   would  be  sronf -\ iu  CMse.-,  The^ govcrnmeaxk *   would     take      llaeibourg on  .luiy  14.  An    exhibit ioia  While,   K.C.,   Toioniai,  railway.  Of  the   20,uu0   men,  picjeii   iai   vai iou 5   11,  icfintr Tor   thti"  ay:?;  .tia'i  Oaafario   license.  f     V/hen     he     jumped     out   . of  1 S.000   are   a;m- ; armored   car   Mt-MahonTan  into  s.se.s   <>C   work, | .,ost -ofHce. - Patrolman ������-Angus "  the  in*  Mc  ^nelutllns oiiice  clerk^ ])u^eu^ei- 8ta-f.Jntyre;   one   of   the^ three������������������ ip6licera\n ! *^M   *^ V4' ,  tion employees; stores ani stationary j guardinR-   the   armored   car,   left   the i \'\pV ^.{fs"'r  woiker^slaipt>-ei*s  and .-stationary   en- \ n-iaelaine nnd  followed the  bank mes-!-   ���������? :^'   -;"e''  giaaeei'si and  firemeu.    They are seek-  senger  into   the   building.     MeMahon  pay j colliled  with   him  at  the  door   as he  inonllily-r-tiea  nu-n" ami   10   cents ] was ratimiaig out to give, the alarm.  a  "$1!0 >a   Hionth/iiiea-easo   in  sauiQ^view in this matter as at had in1 being hold   in  Madrid  on  June   20 aij sorvsi^^^pq^nJ^Sb^lpaSsv^eq  gaanling     assistance    (ta-'the     ilaii-1 which   will   be; chosen   the   birds.   L?! 12 |pi^||feit|?feih^e^ a  ing  Jor  an hour   tor a hose' woi King ou  hourly j      Mclntyre   ran   across   to   the   dooi ,  p*.i\   basi������.     ���������   ^ ������.   ��������� ; ft t.brouglrwhich   ahe   bandits   fled- iand j  Tl*^ Jge^afi^||ts^=S-pyi> :^pIoyees aro j iirea  two  shots  as the machine speuj  H> parloifl^e;.^ car I away  from the  curb. Xeit.her hat.the,'  ment.  1 The' faetiohal controversy 'betweea*  u the military 'mil? ariodeiate witVg of  | the Gasifouefte> 'regime and the1 civil  I..and .radical, wing;yywhich hag its.'seat.  ;;. lyumhlhig for, many  i into active. * coullict  wheii plain clothes mi?nf acting aan-  der directioia:' of Gener.il Chiang Kai  She'k ��������� ? Caattdhesev geiiei'alai?sinio "am 1  j leader of ahe inoderaaes raided?the  | hea dquar ter������;: of the ? Cantonese re a 1  labor unions fin  Sl)a n glial, Ilungchow,  equested  a   hand'it   car  imiforaii  time".." ��������� _ i lopresent Spain,  in  auttition to  those  The   Question   of  unemployment   iaa J from  the  royal   Faran.  the. eoll  industry     in     Alberta     was!      The   Spanish   'government,     winch  baougbt up by K   J.  Uarland,   U.FA.    i1(ls   t,,iien   thi-ee   spaces   at   theyeon-  I3ow   liiver. ' ; gres exhibition, wilh^a totaT frontaie;  Hon.   Teeter  Uceuan,     Minister     of | Qf sixty   leet to a depth of thirtyfftjgti;  Laiboi-,   .-aid   be   had received   several    states   that   it   is   prepared   lo'   leave  tf-k;giam.s   w nil  t ion   i n   A lberta;=;   Iimatiediately   upon  aeeeipL   ol"  xljese  comutuniciitioaas,   lie  tespet-t   tta  nae   siiua- ��������� jts  exhibit  in  place   for- Ceirtrai -Caiy'  add   exhbit ion.   Twenty - official   dele  gatefe   are   coming- from   Spain.'.      ���������  'iwSg^^h^dult^ |^ty|;p^^gjit they  are'  ;>ypt^?m_������^:.bn^^  fill ^i^e^ul ������sl gnffy 'y alt*tbug������5a..au algamations  j'J6tl^ct$roi bjl^.^ijep>^aWbiial   system   iii  ftlie.. pasfcytgw''-years^;:Si::  PrGviiices .MutJncIiided  if.  is   believetl.  Protest From Alberta  Xanking_ and   Asmoy.        ���������  Fighting resuited iiiitl iu Shanghai  12 persons were killed aaid amany  wounled in ihe .....various struggles.  The iaiders, armed with maebino  guns; pistols' and :-bombs, attackeal  ovsjry ������c������iO>v3i simoii c.euti"&^ .; iii,. one  case bringiaig (tap field., guns to ,qv.ej--  !iw*e  3~>0  laborers.     In    oaie     building  "mid  sent  fuian to  the 'iataanlng fields  in   that   province  to  study   conditions. J'  Mr.   1-Jeenaaj assured   the  House ?that!  ���������ko   far  as   he, ..was : coaaceriaed-he  wasi  doing  evorythitag  passable..'-   -������������������-���������-���������'?v<~       1  Supplementary Esllm-ites  In (Sc^ernmeut Grant  U,_% Air Mail  Appropriation?" for'   Diamond    Jubilee-  Celebration"''is for Ottawa ]  .A:'-aaa- ?���������'���������:,:Projrjs'am Only  .   ������������������������������������������������������<���������- ?   i'   Edmonton.���������ir? Alberta    puts    in    a  Grants for Maritime, Provinces.���������as ; ^^,^,3 ?juMfeev4lebration, of Con-  Recommended by. Duncan Report. ...j ��������� rea^Ueri ; it fwi]llJmve to> be at ite  Ottawa.    ~-     StLpplementary;    esti-1 OWtt, expense:'-Etcebrding   to .an   Ottd-  Claim     Immigrants     Unfit    for     Farm  .  Work   Become   Public Charge    ;  Edmonton���������A   protest   against.--the] ;ibbait r������0f������- lifhorita^s  w;im e tirrested?'  dumping of  Swii>s: and     other     Euro- j    ^siahilar- i-alds   ivore"-' catfiei" bii'rm  pean   hiamigrajits   jti     ^Iberta     cities.ja-faiigchow,   Nanking r.iid    Amoy?   -kl-  aaid   towns   has  beeai made' by    'fliej. tinouslujtlierd   was   coinpara,tively;:fait-  Prbviiiciar GOverhaiient.    Actiiig   Pro- ^^ a^ i,jg ^ tlie ,ia,tter plcicesi:,;.,,:  mier    George    Hoadley     has     wired;  Robert   l^orke., minister:   of. immigra- i  gi-atioii,   calling  his. attention   fo   the;  faict that men are being brought; here?  ostensibly as   far 111 workers, who are j  actxaallv in   the  unskilled   labor  class j  jflis Of SmtiggIi0|  U.S.  aaad unfit forwoi-k on the farm.  ���������-AV.itlv-.--io   provision ,-inade   for them  May   Perm it..Canadian   Stamps  to   Be   house by Hon. J.  A.-,iio'Ob.  Used,in? rttiurc  Washiugton,   IXC. - Piepaj menl  111  Canadian   sramps   of" "the   s]>ecial   fee'  oi'^IO cents   for  the   1'ni'od  Slates air  mail   service   will     be     arraaiged     for |  :.('aaiaduins,   if    there   is   any  for  the  serv ice.  Discussing informally the extension of.tbe^U.S. air mail fo Canadian  mail matter,  Postanaster-tJeneral New  maies for  1027-28 .were   fabled in .the 1 Wa   ruling  just  i-eceived   by   the   gov-=          ,   .           .     ,              .        , ,���������i.,1lnn    ���������.,,,,,  ,.,     Lon  their, airival here     and-..-., with :: a���������? t.iation,   ������,a\ e  the!             -                                        .     .  01  do  lMie1 stppropaiation   b\-  (k-nintt^l  staled   here   that   he   saw   no   reason \  ������������������ ......        i-ei-nmerit:  The total is ?n.���������5-tS.2Gl.12,: of which j Federal- paldiaiSerit  is   to' be  spent  it 1  $63N,S23 is   chaa-gettble %to.^^capitals���������a.cr | stains ientirely  by   the   Ottawa   com-i  count,   thai'"balance   $ 11,009,5^S?!^ibe- j mi&e^Hkar   its  own  program..    There.'  ing   chargeable   to   Consolidatel   Rev-' being   no   intention    to   .allocate   any  enue   fmiat, a������:t;ouix.l:.?4   - . ^ ;    ^   =;  -g- yi portion   of  the   cuairter  lnillion grant  ..Jl^i^s^ *-he   several.   prov|hce?V'-".   ���������'  Martimo ..pjjp'vdtJC.es    pending    consid- ', -^~~���������-   ���������  eruaioni'^-fjprb'vdneistl-"siiosldies.    Nova j Miners Appeal  For Relief  .Scotia,     $870,000;      New     IJruaiswick,;      Ottawa.���������Au   appeal   from  the   min-  I 9600,'odOr      Prince-���������     Edward      Island, j ea*s   of   "Lethba-idgo   tiutt   the   tJ-overri-:  scarcity of the sort pi Work .they are 1  able Io do they are"in most cases |  l3irow-n' upon the public' for. supptirtj  and it is tliis phaise of lire situation \  that'the? Goverimietit  is .protpsfing.  ."pf25,000,   a   total    of     ? 1,600,000,     as | ment. take  .why  Canada  could  not . be give  somej,. ^.  ,   ,      ...     .���������      ....  ,.'-' -A  . ,.ig@$$^&&0&^!0fc &z?m^.....  ,,       s^sa^-reconmieu'aed   by ���������2feli^sa?)ain'eanyy^*epoa;t?;t'-s  arr-Sn^n^niV ���������    -sWheireby %���������??. Gaaiagian :--^& a:S~:. -k,^:   fy '   -:-'J;     v: ������������������$% \   ���������  sUnin^|#Did   i^ust-d^iior^he   extra' 'W^1 j|^%?es   rW tl,<5   *Mil   'H������?'M  a-t: ������ts#t������os I ji ge: So rt >:? iii a i i or  To    be? vK^strefyproyided fiat? an  iteni of  ?^:  ": KOtifJibodV'  a:motint :pf. $50b,000: in  ineliidbii  10  1 i-ainsJItftt^g.l^; ,ga|.  .>ttLx>rp&en t, w|iih,vi:-y^  th^^^-dlnaW'^postage "oP'^'two     cents"!     An  can   be   pra-'apaid   iai   Canadian   stamps,; '"or   the jpairch^e   6fK? laaid,     building  it   is  necessary   to  buy  United  States j equipmbut   it.iil ffiaViushlrifes   for   com  s:tanaps   to   prepny   the  extra   fee.     It j bined   'residence''   atid''������������������ offices   for   llitis  utitleivTood   that   Canadian. auihori. j Caiiadiaai  ties   have*-riot asked -for stieh   aaa   tir '��������� D.C.���������-���������'���������'���������  some action, to relieve, the  :^$Pini^$^^^^^ of    the  ;-aiiiri'bS4  beuag  cl|i^t*-dV^vasj^a;fe������'id   in  the  yHoaisb. fpfe CoiiamphsSfby^||Eon.     1-1 ugh'  No   ac  Cluelpja,   Otit.,; is>iaa   .Cai*usb's->rshoes,  literally :  and.    tiguiatively.AlreJitly , ,  . ..,.-, ,..-���������..  /���������".V-1   i'1"  r"i''"''"^������    ,. '"'' >-������������������<���������"-������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������ - v "v;-htboi*. oi*gcuiizaitms. and. other? riuter-  .hailed   by   John   Mat-Cuimack, as   the 1 - ;- ���������; ������������������   ,- ���������. - V", .%-'.'"*"-*     .-"  fffri;;?'Outhriti??}������i^usery;ative   laiatter.  ?5r''*! iidrt'*wits taJt'e!t*"oii it.    ^^^a?  Canadian  Takes Caruso's  Place  New   Vo'ak.��������� tOdward     .lohnson.  of  Prison,     Made     Goods ..Rinding  f Their   Way   Into  Canada..  Toronto.��������� R.   P.   Sparks,    chairahan  of   the   <"!6mnierci;il    Prbfeciive   asso  furthei- evidence  befbra-  the  royal   customs "eoimhassioTav. hea*e.  lie   dealt   Tarst   with   the   impoi*tatipn  of piisoia-inade   goods,   -iutp .. Canada -  This  created  a  most   '"ofiensive   competition,"  but  no  iadetjtmte   system  6a.  prevention     had     been      established.  Last   year   said   -Mr.   Sparks,   ������60,000.-  000   Avbi*th   bf^iisoai-imitle^gbbds 'hatl  irbPen ���������produced'-.* in   I he- iieJial '^in-slliia-  ���������tipii s: i of ������������������ ,ith<j;..;^3i'(ied/ .istail-es-i-j A?s ���������'.-������������������ Oie  legation,    a-      AVjashiiigton. I  fangeanent; ��������� No figure couhl ��������� fie o*u-  tainel bore as to the number of let-  tei's  being sent by  people  iaa   Ciinada  V?^: r>y���������'t'h'e''air'^nia'ii^���������������������������'���������*i*o\a'tf^':'-wlilcn/''' ''now  ^ operates from coast to const in the  Mi 1..'niied States ami is j-aid to * stive  ���������^ front   oneMo   two   tlays   onf������ ordinsii^  '���������A paislj|il'C;ji*pul<iS.::yy?v. S}:'-^: .;??:'���������^f?-^.- ."''::1*'i f:f?  ?f ':',<f      ' ���������?;, ,T ?_������������������.*'':'? '���������"..!,������������������'  $*,   y-?ivfe    '���������;���������,���������  tli Africail Flag Question  Have  '"'"'' A further gi'ant of $50,000 is naade  loAvards   expenditures   iu     connection  y.\.  b"c  Twenty   Drown   in   Boat   Accident  Tokio.���������More Hum 20 persons were  drowned   near   Fusan,    Korea,    Avlaeai  'Saii.overloaded  faiTy*. bout    capsized.  1. There   were - 200 .���������.- passe ngears^r o 1.1   the  Basis   of  to  Solution Believed  Been Fpuaid  <!i.peiov,aa, South y^l^leaif :- Tlao  Cape Town thneruinent,,. iipjVBpap.prfj,  welcome the report. ol" vthe } tipaafnr-  ;|j etace between the government flaK  }}}���������. com nail It e and roproBbn tat Ives of  ���������'.^Soulh African liidepr.'ndiml ling cona-  ?jg mittees, as the basis ol' ti solution of  ���������w,th.e 'Hag  question. ���������: fry-; y-  ''      The     opi������osHlota     laress,     howancr.  ?���������'ga'ncrall.w views   the   iei������or(s   unl'Jivor-  :'?���������: ably,   an I   si rongly  , f wiiliiliawal   of   the  !?< sion.  1      The     I'onft'rence     adjourned  There   as   $15,000   to   provide   for   a. i  trial, ���������sh.ipanent of    Alherttt    domestic  y'cc'al.': to   bb.maihi   by   ravil   aiiad. .lake  !lift.c|<>a*  tha^t^pei'v'i^ioav^pr  thp? Bbmin-f  tbtvyFuel  ijbardil iVrb^ltfcl oue;tliird  ol:  i'llafb? total %ost foKftlie tgovei-rituaiiil.   is?  bcu*be  by .other :, gbVoartiaiaent al,    aim nfc  elpail   and   private   organizations.  t-'hoait.  While    a    number  missing,   the   authorilie.*  tliu  gers were  rescued.  on  were  stated  still  they  with the���������.A\ oald, Poultry. coa_gi-,ess .to!.��������� ,,....,.?..., , ... ,.���������,,,-    ,,��������� ������, Jt,.^. ���������������������������������������������<���������*���������- -  be  held 111 Ottawa this sum.mea*. r r -v.  gait   trom   the  widow  as  a Tribute  to, ... -���������   m    ���������������-....-���������  ,        ' ; " " ,      .       ,. ,        ; Quebec,. s;ud. Mr.  Siaarks.: ?    -.u:;.;...  the art ol.  her husband.s  successor. . . ���������-- . .  ! --���������'��������� ; VV hat      the      .lu-eycntivai ...seryact'.  ;<������������������ ��������� "       "���������"~"_'":i.:   '���������'���������,, ! needs  is brains,, and  not brawn,"  tie-  Made  Honorary   Life   Member....-'! cliiretl Ma*.' Sjaaii-hs,  this  morning^ ten  Vancouver. ��������� Viscount Willingdon, ' expert men, he believed, woiald;; do  go\ a-ahtn-geneiJil, was maide an ..hon:-; more to solve the problems of smug-  orary" life member of the British j giing, tlmu an, nniiy ol' untrained oth-  Columbiat     Institute     of    -iloitrnalists j cers. -  When he  and   l.ady . \Vi|liiac;don   were]     'n,,,     {.jfqrts     of     his    oa-ganixalion  entertained     by ;   members     of ; ..Mm ; wo,.f.   - not '   directed     against     petty  institute.  Start Ahfi^ritish Mdvem^-i.  #.  IMati'vc     Section    of     ShrtiiQlaai     May  Declare   Boycott  Shanghai.���������A    dei'mife    anl.i-Hrilish  ."aiioYTjanent. Avhl(.'h iviuy. lake U19 .^hap,e.  of a bbycott slnalhtr To 1 hn������--e I'ecently'  - j doelared   nt  t'anlota   anil   Hong  Kong,  ", was   hiuaichi'tl   In   the   litatlvo" section  n-contnaendH    ihe : ol- slmnghiii.  thtg  hill   this  ������i?h-j     A   Kr,,���������|-; anll-llrltish  Ioiiruu \vun oiat (end oil    by  | rtninpjgling,   he  said.  j     "But the man  who. under cover ol  I dnrkua^Ss   brings   in   a     triackload     01  ; silk is a. urintiusil," he- dechn*ed.   I't-ue,  j the   pa-fly   snuiggltt-r broke     the     law,  1 hut  his offence  might be i*egarded in  ; The   naiiire   of   ;i   anorai   lapse,   whale  f thai,  of  the    big    commercial    saiiug-  glor  was   ft   tlellboi'hie     crirtie.       The  real  doU-iTonf was a    Juil     senleiir'a\  not :t  lino, he iraid,  "Whtif   yoaa   reco'nintend     is     rigid,  swill,   ttiapartial   eial'orcemeail.   of!   file  law,"   inaei'jecfed   Chief    Ctjmmlssioai  er   Brown.  -Yes/'-'Sfiitl   Mr.  Sparks.  w tin   immpeiHiont-,; ramra>sa.it; 1^ (Cantonose���������/pollUcinl   party)t,'tlie   \yo-  ���������living   lo sectirn  ttpprovtilof    ������������������������������������������������������   associaliam.   iho   Trii.tnworlcorn  a} May    III,  !-C isil Ives   la  >vthe new iK������.',lgn proHentetl by alio ������ov-  ,y?f eriiiuoiat    u    flag    with    Hie    a-i-oss   of  !';; !><.   tleniTo   on    :i     avreetl  p(]\\ iiletl   into qunrtbrKv'?  ck  ;   :,.������,, Jflptin   May   Send   More  Ships  "f;     ToUlo.��������������������������� ���������Jnpaia'n   htlKe .,l.|i;(������f.  ali'i.UHl^  ;:4tn   Chinese   wallers.   Is  t-vpiV'Verl   to   he'  V>; ������ut;iiii/iiieil   soon   hy.luur   naoi'e < d,es ���������>,  ,;Ti-i).viiih,     Vitrious     \-ermicialar    news->  t< pnpers  -'aif urging  ilia' go\-erniaioaif to J  ^iisc-iiine   it.     Ilftuer     atillmle     lownrd J  'jjChlna.   hut   Ihe   jJovernnieul   irt  JiihIhI; j  ,fj;inK   aau   innlida.iiiince  of     lis     in'esenl. '  'nttaittde,   ulthoiiRla     tinnouncing    that  nea-hsKhy   niny ������*ftn������a> tin alta>i*alhm al  ''���������Vtnny '.Una**', .   ���������.? .-'..���������' ��������� ���������  : gatih'.eal  at. a.    nteoUng  until ��������� t'epi'esenltilivefi   q|'   ihe  Why Lambs Leave Howie  Kouminllang  Flfty'LjIivoi^    anotvntnin     shcjep     lol't.  tiieh'Tinfive haunts at lUinflT re^entty,  .,.,,. ���������   d,        , .,       .     ���������.���������.--.,      and   were  hhlppcd  hy  Ciiiuiditiu  Puc'l-  Ifnhm -of 'the     Inaet-mitlomal     Settle-:  monts:        the     Te|..gt*ttph    Openifors j n������! K'x"n-'HH  lo  ,,U'U'    "c'w    Ui,mv   ?*t  ,,n������?l������;R',������������t������i������tf, i;aih.Mi. ':t|tiidt^ids t>i; thb Shanghai,! Uaaa-,! ���������IvJianloopSj.. ThD'iJeonslMivmeail,   which  --'-���������'   ���������      ''���������'' ���������A*a'r:iity:t-riti'tl '''a4't1ier's. "' '��������� ;     ''   ���������j'w'i'is the V������'sn!t of si-anonlla's irappUtg  ni.tera<ion.s   cttrrh-al   am   by   the   Poyal  Moua������tod   Police   witi't.hmH,   was   made  Vraaaebu'/er."->|-.htit   tho ��������� ���������biiWiiiR   ul%^ ^l���������������'i'<a<m<Mt  of  the govei'iuneni iol  ���������VVorlc Should  Do..Divided  W.    N.    U.     1077  vess-els by the Ciimidhin aioverii;  mean Aleivlajiiat Marino for the imw  Hcrvlcav to lie Inauguralaiil hefweea  t'aiaiadta it ml the Went Indies ".should  bo divided proportionately between  the Atltiaitle atrial' Pacific shlpyaatha"  is tht' T*ecominondu<Iota conlaalned iaa  a- aeftolijflon piii-wed by the Viincoia-  vqr hoard or trade aaad for waa ailed to  'ft'la- Henry Thornton, pro-ddt'iit of '1������k  Om ������.'-oii'������iia������   I|tk������*  Bi'MLsh Coluaathlti, tn, re-iaxl- loeall.l.  ics where the number,', of iiioujii;i*.u  Hheeja are depleted.  V hi tors  to  .Hntaff  who   flock   10  the  i-pof. on   the   Banff Wiiulonuere   hJ3;ti  Pilnl" for viae  Mr.  and   Mrj  way'kaioxVta  ������s "Sheep  purpnso  of ''Haaapplug" rf.,. ,  SheoiK Will not noilce ihat. their band]  of woolly   fiionds. has fejiiue.iu'd,.  As a  ties welcome Ihe cliiince to ship!  l-i'onib to Bi'l'llslt Colmaibhi; for aaa j  Increiise in tins itmiilafr of sheep, \  aaaeaii;* aaa IntT-enija; In i.lnjla*. natural ]  imotaiitis tho atoyofii nnd the aiiouti  tain lion, and (he wtti'dens have ahoiat  all Ihey can bundle hunting iintl des [  troyltig tlit'isa' pa its, an II   I-, f  The -f.-.ln'1'p (rap, In In which' the un |  RUSpocilng. sboi'p Is Initial hy n lump!  ������>f with (a grout delict ey) Is eramti.'d ,  <tl peh-,-> on |!a������- _iiic*.��������� ol .1 hitti trap.  Ills nioiilh Wiaferlnj;, tlie sin-op clllol'tt '  lha> Ii'tip only lav lliul lh;i( the tlotja [  hian closeat behlntl lihu, l.afer men!  appiiti' vaillt erali'ti, tnaal his only nl-i  lei.ttillve. In lo enter. 'Mm .sheep tloes j  so a 5������>< ��������� 11 < -1 \ enough, n It holiuh till aihl \  battling ram occur iomilly causes a hit  Plane afor H.B. Work '  Petcrboao A.rpoat, X..J,--U, T. . A.  I,uairrnci\ of " Ihe Caaaadlttn Air  Force, tool; 'off for Halifax ha the  llrst of six Fbldier aeroplanes''!f.111 r-  cluiHed by- tho Canatlian tSovefiuneaar  for exteaaalvo survey woa-It on llmison  Usiy mad Hudson ."Strait.. Tho other'  five machines nvt' io be tiellvei.'od  ha'fore  .Tnim.  Erectino New Wireless Station  ('iilgaayy. - lOj'eetlon, tat" oaie of the  most powerful bvoualcaHliaig stations  in (.'untidti. in liel l>*-er, Alberta, i*  ifnnounceal by the" Alherln Pacllie  (Iratti ' Piaaavptmy, which Operates :'.r>i  iririha elevitltu's in Manitobo. S;ih  kalchcwjin   and   A Iberia.  tun I irr'of fai**,  t'lit* ' :;l*cep    luiv������-    in  ! of irnuhle  1 creastHl  >;o   t-apldl.s,  thtn   ihe  ant hoi'l- 4 him.  ,imi It  Is j 11 ceKf.{ir.\  It)   )a>pe  Partial ' Agreement With Soviets  l'iai-is.---Tha. Wo. let :ittd l'Vepeli  t r'p|-e:t*ait il' Ives have i-ettt hed a par  llatt iti:<'oral on ihe itu������>Milou of the  llti: adtin ilebtri lo l-'nnice. The S������v  vims  propone  In  principle  aaa  pn>   un  tlVi-l'HI'i'    Ol     liU,rtHlO,a������UII    tritlrl     ll'HIla'M    Itn-  j nuiall},   for ail! yviua. ���������j/iia^B-jt^je  jsjstijbsw.  ;...._.^<4���������^,  jl.'illij  THE URtSTOK H_.VS_.re  lg3������������������ every "&&&&���������? at Cresftcra. B.O  S^^g^Rtton; ������&fft ayeas* in advance  ������������������0, R Hsr_r__3. Bd&o? and Ow-3e?B  ORSSTON, B.O.. FBIPAY. APS. 29  **>.  Crsaton is iaot only place  whesre the ealsinity bowlers- are?  bekvd, "At Fernie th������ board"of  trade is making a drive on the  ������rity '"--aSQutBcil to provide better  eti-eei lighting, la the business sectionat least, and when the matter.  ^���������w_^^������"k������^eAil^.ral "���������'__!  board tbe membership get consider  ..Isle of a surprise -when J. __**��������� "QstejSi  -Idpraised them of the fact that he  ^���������was not -itifavbr of spending" very  thuoi_ money on street lighting kt  -the present^ he would like to see  a.&siness conditious improve cosasid-  ''li^feblir b*foi*&':siiny' ;Ia*|,*|?e- At-ns>&fife''-i>_'i'  'iaoney w s appropriated for this  prtrpoee.1'  aaa been &iveu to general suitability 'saidy hardiness of "varieties for  that district, and the possibility of  future market demands. As tlie  general olimatie conditions obtain���������  ing at Vsrsie-i are 'vsisVsr sisail&r St������  those in this aresi tbe report of the'  committee is of som-a local interest.  TPrKP rt%hwrt>    rHnni-.l-nlnra      mM-ilnfuarviAim.-.  and rearrangement of present,  ptaritiiig^, it is reco-iimended that  only the following varieties be need:  Mcintosh Red. 50 per cent.; Borne  'Beauty, 20 :"per"';''_wrt������t.; Wealthy,  10 per cent.; Delicious, Jonathan,  Stayman Winesap,Yellow Newton.,  20 peat cent. ^dt&V 100 pes' cessf.  The report  recommends that   the  away  Waigener,  Cox Orange* Ontario, l_.iriB^ Northern Spy, BalSwin, J-eiFeries,  Spitzenberg and G-ravenstein.  newoara ranch ih excess of IJJ_ra  aj-sw.��������� Bass; ���������- s=ssi#��������� ?Oil    IaCS-sS# ���������" |������s5a>v3a 15  also -t_-u-sb greater than  Sanst 8������aa_������ri  when   ooiiaidersbly"��������� mors '''surfsee  n^mir^;';^_it#^tadeSit.  FOI- SA3-B���������Sira-wrbe:  San,   at  $7   tie?  _%Sie������ Siding;.  ": 4ii^j.i>f-: a**_ife!. :1*:  'iV.S-Ri .l-r'VS������.*;--..-'  woe-cry pgam&,  10Q0. ^ETOstffe  -VaaU  a?- ���������-'-���������-  -esglsy.  potatoet?, $1 per  , WJ-STE-O-rA few israsa caivea, .������$!&  able few? -ses-t   ^ K.?:B*ear_8^���������&ivp  ^^_*g|5v-*^^-i,ffr������^������--SeSf(i ��������� ..-Ooisa f r-^eea-sfc;^ '^ASf^s^fpSf^Sf^i? - ,|?'wS'-_*tSts.sv:._iJ'  IGOlba,     Fred'SssBtbi- ':s������;tpr_* ^ell-br^kcn. .:aj^n|^-^-i|3t#-������t B  ^    l"    ���������.���������..-'*_--*���������''-_-*-.__-''������������������'?    _ir_-t->-_''.''  D^-a-'^IIV^'^DAM]  .    --,,,._.   foils wi**ir wrietifes ? be done  m*mmm*mjmY&&*4���������9^*+^..~n.���������*<&*.��������� tc,si   ������'������' '���������������=:&���������'������.'������������*-������'       "**"*'   with aaTastlie plSssItDlet  ^hi_e-cra������s_rpbinta ins the:Ok&ri:  bat last week did little; if4 any, dalt.-  sge, the Pentacton Herald is quite  fsraink i_. stating -the fre-sae wast  disastrous at the sonth end of the  Osanag-in ���������Country. On the "beheh  !asds*st Fes ttctcyn ** -Ifwenaty degt^^s  of frost was encountered and no  hops is held out for the cherries,  apsisots or early peaches. Press  de-patches frtan Yakima state the  a-^er������r6p lias been cut in -half at  that^posnt and there will be only  one tMrd of a crop of pears and  peacibes. a������ Wenatchee there will  be only half a crop of cherries, and  apricots and Delicious: apples have  also bees. hit.  If there is any desire on ihe part  of the citizens, to have the 'use of  the? Swhriijuiij-g pool at the painon  dsou ranch at the foot ������>f B'burth  street it will lie necessary forborne  organization to speak quick/ as the  owner contemplates tBtpckinj? 'it to  fieih if it is hot 'w_.tiied for 6Jwin-m;  ing; purposes, and as the hatchery  ���������3eas6n is getting near its close  delivery of ihe- young fish mtist be  -tatken almost immediately. While  the Sdnsoddson pool will, doubtless,  require some money spent on it to  Lliu^ti^_ '3s1i_vpe * it^aia ^o'nie ''great ���������  ^advantage in that it is a self filler^  and in the sretnmer time an ample  water supply is the all important  feature with such a pool in this  section. If the boa-Td of trade and  women's institute mean business in  the matter of swimming facilities  their esecati*s*es or committees  should be on the job tomorrow if  this likely looking pool is to be  available to the youngsters this  sesson.  Is itan. old age Cranbrook appears  to have token a decided turn for  the better. According to the Her  aid the Easter services at the town's  churches were unusually well attended, Christ Church having the  biggest'turnout at morning wor  Bhip the rector has ever witnessed.  At the United Church there was  not room for even the proverbial  *"one more" either morning or even*  ing, while at St. Mtry's Soman  Catholic worshipders had to be  turned away. Residents of the  terminal city would alis-s; appear to  be taking life more seriously week  nights, too, aa the use ��������� of electric  light for March, 1927, shows an  increase of 4000 ktlowa-ls, aa compared with the same month in 1926.  If the plan aketched   last   week  for the, observance of tiro sixtieth  anniversary off Canadian Confederation in to be worked put it is at  once apparent that a  few hundred  dollars   will   be   required   to   see  things through   sucoesaftilly,   and  while the major part of the needed  funds may be looked for from Ores  ton  it is to  be  hoped  the  other  school districts in  the  Valley  will  not He down  on tho job "when it  comes to voting party of the cash-  The day   is one _������f groat national  ^educational aawell no patrtotio value  "and as all  the districts  will  share  and ohfflre alike in   whatever benefits will nooure it ia only   fair that  all should share more or less alike  in      paying    whatever   neoessary  expert?.-������  io incurred, to BnaW tlie  obnuar vanoo worthy of such   u great  occasion.    And in addition to being  willing to pay it hoped the outside  points will perTeot an organisation  that will  assure   a  100 per  cent,  attendance of all the child re;-*.  At   fche   instigation   of   Vernoti  board   of   trade   a    committee  to  rootnmmmm ituiJ&Hb.wi vi.riet.o������ii oi?  fruit for that district lias just ������om>  pleted itai work,    Diicoonfriclomtion  The decision of the backers' of  Chautauqua "to stage this year's  four days of entertainment in the  Grand theatre will be welcomed by  the many who are in the   habit   of  -a--r tlA'irft.rli ft-a-nat _T;������������a->-_������4'#>*m^__i   ������***_������_. n_oh__iK   nnarii iai  m^mvmn2*.m\j.*m.iifa������ v/i^uwa-vl* t������   __--������-.v>  _������*-������^������_-_#  ****** I**-**.  entertainment feature. The grounds oommittee^���������which usually  inchided all the able bodied men on  the guarantee list-^-will be spared  a lot of heavy work taking down  and putting up tne tentt and some  expense in the way of ground, piono  and chair rent will be saved, as  well a3 the loss taken in the sale of  the lumber, No matter what the  weather may be like the theatre  will afford the maxi-mun of comfort  to all attending. As the saks of  season tickets will have to be limited to the number of seats in the  Grand the early buying of panto*  boards will be necessary, with a  likely increased demand dud to the  fact that there is little liklihood ot  any general admissioncii being avail*  able, except in the afternoons.  If actions speak louder than  words* as the old saying has it, all  the blue ruin talk heard fcheoe "times  hardly seems justified, IiisofaiT as  building operations go 1027 is more  "prbuiiaing than most of its immodi  ate predeoessoirs. Creston Drug &  Book Store's new premises next  the E-ttuk oa Commerce ia at lM_as_.j_._U  encouraging aa to biisitiess holding  its own, and Bob Comfort's oom  modioli a now dairy barn indicates  that there !b ftftnll liopo that follsnin  present numbers will be here not  only to coneume milk, but, alao to  have seme extra funds to buy ice  oream with. A look up. Barton  Avenue oiiould convince that tlaorc  is hope too, for the plana as a  resadent.at centtw, wliilo the 1927  sale of anftomobitan���������and of ������tho  better ������rort in  mt*tHy oa"se*������-:--p'������r&Vca  tbif.ur������-> iu Midi* oonuiuivru.oiiui vufimottxaicMi  Cbwt the dlrttriot will pUTI through  alright.    Not only is   the sata of1  pounds each.  .Wrifte  -HIUU  Bos 27* Beview  -A*ma*+HttitT������<l������������DH*  -r^^jJfagSi:"-':.  3^;''.'     .���������4^_S-"V-'-.'  (W  ^fi^?f?^1g^f?g*!lTi11f MIMHllBtag-aa  *-,  H^?-.v  est smd s&������8. of Fbhcc fisaftaasses  ate tsfgikjwply ^s_������Biu>lified iat.-the long,  low lines of meNnar' and Finec Pontiac  Sis bedfissj. in "M-elff anart oadited *2_������fedss  aaad in tiweir luaatdbns comfont  Widk 3>uero finish, ia Jtisae lastest and mosi  s^pesShig cotors, a4fs to the strikiaag  hearty of the New and Fines' I^ncxac  Sax. New ff^netmaents tmdi as sweeping,  ������&&-cs&w& f cu-3-_^. :-aew, higher radia-  -SOTi, t0dag j_**-?*--~i .feeidlsghte, place this  in' a c&ass far above that into which  ^���������usCuvsK*>������u������uy svmr: s?s3%9e BffiriUgs u������  Aiad, baa; of siii these evidetaa; inipgove-  ments and advances etaauod the. ���������_^s^  t^ed Porne^ quadkie-i of ^ p^  ?sfc~_mina and econ_tnay-~"_h������ ,.'e|i____tt4e������  tid-ich won for Pontiac Sis the nscsS  o-ttstsandfiisg success ever aeessded smf  new car during its firs, year.  Only by -aeetag she New and Finer Pcaa*  tiae Six, by driving it and by Ifatrwing  its Jiew. lower prices, can you .realise  how great a thing has Gatsnera-1 Bafoat^xa  j ���������_ *i ������e_������jrs ������* -i t -4. a  -at,.���������  CsOus ������Sas. easv ss-csu =^a wss sxrsw-vnmjcam. ������wub,  reuse  HEW  LOW   PRICES  HANSON  afe^w';\W^^  JTif %���������������������������. ���������������������������    -���������- > ���������-   '  :j-*v*���������--=���������:. ;-y-  .���������?#^  ���������m  PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTt>R^ <$������ C^J^A^A, t&fTfcES*  Stand for   QUALITY ai^d FIT combined  with good WEARING  &B������  3E  S������  S  #.  Penman s Hosiery fox*  vVoiiicii  ^���������������������������������ar****    V1  Silk and Lisle, all colors.....  Silk and Artsilk, 4-ply heel and toe  tfiiW Silk, all colors   ��������� mm m*   ������������.���������������������*���������*-������*���������*-������_���������  ��������� ��������������������������������� *-���������*���������>> _���������������*������*������    ������������tl ���������������������������������!'������* ���������*���������*��������������� *.������*���������������  ��������� ���������M*������������>������������t<  i������mr***ms-mm  *>������*-*4-)*"*''<  ���������������������������r������ki������*M  .75  1.50  Rib  Girls' Hose in Kewpie  Sizen 4. to !)J, prices 85c. up  Boys9 Peter Pan. for hard wear, all sizes  iii    , *  Watson's Underwear for Women  Ladies' Vests, V ueek and' open etylea, all sik-ea ������������������80^ 40, ��������� 50, H0S 75o  Extra out siaoB ih Vests and Combinations.  aassc  iimiz aiiiaBig:;rt������g  aiii.mM'ii'5.i:i!ia  ""*��������� *>*M���������*mmmmmmm**mi������[mmvMtoaMm^  ��������� ��������� ".   ,..*      .'       ' ,     ���������' - "���������   .V  ERCANT1L  mmmmmWmwmmu  UM TED  SMmmmsm%m rae ���������be@w% bkvib'-w  / o  t������������"  -__-S-C_*_-kQ5  B    _.  BSE   B      a      BE������a&  ULti rim  Koadster and  lonrins���������$  ���������__a>_ffB**y  JtV  _ *|r  ^oaci*"*- *  Coupe ��������� -  Sedan��������� ^��������� -r-.r-  Landan Sedan  Roadster^DeKvery ��������� ^ -r    824  Inoludss HusBpsr,' Spare Tir������, ������ot-Qr!Bfii������i\  _ Up to the middle of April dose to  800 auto licenses have been issued at  Cranbrook.  ASready this pear cvor 500 aato  licenses JuaTe bet n issued in theTrail-  Rossland district.-  "���������>  . Hot and co]d water accommodation  \a being installed in 35 more rooms at  the- CotJfflQii������rc5a3 - Hotel .at Bonners  Ferry.   " - ."  Cranbrook Conservatives ore taking-  steps to merge tfe.s ladies' asfiS men's  nssocia'taona into one and the saiue  organization.  '���������- Pcrriaejxiard of trade as asking the  ell** council to double tip the ���������number  of street lights for twelve ' blocks (in  Victoria Avenue.  One-1 on   rsriiclc ���������-- ~ ~ .��������� .- 82d  -r - ,-T  r     "   -      "*       -       -* .-.* _"  Ail kinds of _|Js^^ ;rCars.;/ For Sale  a  PMM11KB  <3 AR AG E  ''^}S^'SJ:f^  :     SERVICE ON AWYT_41lNIG OPERATE������ ������Y a_/lSOUNa.  *.   m  At  _- i a :_*._���������  a������ti.ii������������s.-jK    uiJU     fi������0 "St SsT  i   lj__&^*6;r^*s,9 #"  __      ih_ .a   m m    m  i  .l-T'-i^r^.rfcS'^-ta  ���������blip your bond coupons the day  they are due. They t-siillje.aeeepit-  ed by this B^rJc Hod placed _ to  your credit. ��������� By depositing them  at oaee in a. Saviasgis Abebunt yois.  will itnniediately start eamiidg in*  terest en yotir feoisd istterest*  4S  IVIPER__A_L ���������'MJ-^mSJimm?  91 ^P B B    tames* *\ ^Ljjffyr^^_cr ft-wf        - B&s&tJm       *aa    "*9 e. "^e?  G. *&. AIXAN,  CRESTON BRANCH,  Bftassagerc  >V-JJB  ltr������  t9U������rii<ti^,  'development projects last year tbe  smelter company, at Trail report jsross  profits over 8I3.iatip,*8{K).  _' The largest crowd soen in yoaars at a  dnnce at Kaslo was oiat for the Easter  Manic, ay hospital ball/which had an  -attendance of 325 couoles.  ���������ailia  A. . ������-.* ���������  slaioe    *Kt������_-.  esb  MEAy MERCHANTS  ;..r-?������!PBY..OUR   ������������������-,:���������-.,.  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  ~      ' An econfmijjeal dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALECREAMERY BUTTER  ��������� Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEt. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produces better jmultfry.    Buy the best.  the latp ApiilmiiBts did heavy dana-  age to cherHes,"peach���������������5 aiirsd apricots'  at tbe south end r.f the Okanagan.  .".;?''���������-��������� ���������   .'.'��������� ;.:,:;'    ,.'   ' ;     ������������������".   : ..������    .     . *   .  - 1010 new n������mea*were added to the  voters list y^for Craaihi-ook riding tbe  past .year." bringing the list im'ibo a  tot*a(of pver;4O0O 'registered voters.  - At the present time the C;P.R. is  employing 200 additional men in  extra gangs and^ crews at .. work be-  tweea Cro^������snesfennd Kootenay I^and-  To Send Money  ������      T&mS  .e^   %^ira^  sSLBP  sold atS-UbsaEK-db.es of this  x ney are ss������es dieap sud  convenient, and are  readily cashed Ihe ail pasts  of die world* f  ckNABI^ BANK  OF COMMisicCE  Paid Up $30,000,000  Restfsrve fund $20|00Oi0O0  -^es-oss Brafich  ?De Te ScrHngeoar. Manager  1  ������jf: J|  &ig������W  * ������& theu&tesj of gmssm  iii     i   m.        ii   ���������     -in,, ^-T~~Tf������TirTi~rrgi iTl   ���������" i 'n"i. ���������    i   ���������  Installed in Console Cabinet made  by McLagan.  Cannot be surpassed by anything ������gi Radio.  Lower prices and can pve easy terms.  Will be pleased  to have you call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.  Everything in [Radio Batteries.  Elf AJM  The Ronaan Catholic Church at  Kimberley-was hurraed to the ground  on April 10th, with a loss of $a30t00. A  new structure is to be built immediately.  ���������.  Petty   thieveing" is   altogether too  prev.-:lent at Kimberley, aceordiug to  the Paress,   ?Receiitly a couple of ther-  EToossseters v?eT& stolen fa^css in ������������*>**������������������ of ���������  the Fpote stoi������e. J  Cranbrook hospital is expected to  benefit to between $400 and $&G9 from  the usual Easter Monday. Hball in that  town. Bad weather kept down this  year's attendance.   " *  ���������������������������  The very**latest in the wayfisf X-ray  eqiaipnnerit has just been installed in  the hospital, at Kaslo. It is being paid for by public snbsciption, and  S460 in still needed.  . -1800 Jog licenses have alread y been  issued frorfi the <iffiie& fi>f the provincial  police at Nakusp. It is expected that  that many auto licenses will be sold  before the year is out.  At Greenwood   Goodeva?; the'druggist, has   purchased   the   old   Pacific  Hotel ������and will   move   his   drugstore  into the hotel building as well as oper  ate the hotel as a sideline.  W. H. Eiissie, city engineer at Gran  brook, has resigned   thait. position  in  order to go   to   work   for   an English  company-doing extensive placer goM  mining operations in China. '  Cranbrook council has jnst made a  grant of $1000 to the newly organized  town band, in return for which. LBie  band will give -.reekly concerts and  play at all celebrations thia year'free  of charge.  Boaaaata Catholic Bishop Kadd is holding confirmation .services In East  Kootenay points early next month  and will have classes of 100 candidates  at each   of "the   churches   an ~Fernie.  TTl..tiyaj.|������aip- janrl "Q-^JlfiHreKsk.  maammammamKmmmmmmmammmmemmKacimmKmBmmK0.mmmmmaammmmmmm3������'  ORGHAfiQS���������FOP. %kit m BEIT  The .Ledge states that not a oidtimex*  in Greenwood can recall the. district  having  as   cold an April as this one.  BOAR FOF8 SERVICE  Berkshire tsoar, service $2c50.    A. G8  COS., Vaness Sa?nchs Aliee SUiiag*  Young orehaird for sale at CresatoTi.  6 acres planted tn Mcintosh, Delicious  and Bartlett Pears. Al proposition.  Gash or terms.     O. MOORE, Creston.  Fruit ranch for rent, near Kuskanook, on lake and highway. .Bieg  Cherries principally.. Apply Robt.  Lamont, Creaston. or S. Bysoiath (Kuskanook) Sirdar ?p.O.  u-Jiiui ������iO;- VI  After being closed for several years  the grain elevator at AnnstronJK ���������will  be In operation this year.       in  mJ,n,������,, --,���������^mg^^~ _^^^^  AN OUTSTANDING  OPPORTUNITY  An admirable proposition is open  to honest and ambitious anon and  women with a will to achieve and  a deoire to make art) "ire money.  I)arwEn*s LlmStod Home StM-vice,  Department will furnish the reputation unci nupttal for you to  btuild ������,. nucctiBL-afaail bualnetm sand  permnnent Income sollin������ Dar-  win'a DntRses and Ooaite at moderate pt'lcon; a now, novel, and  coraploto sales outfit will be furnished to thoqn whono appllaations  ti> represent ua are accepted;  Write .������_ uaiuu imtl Ml uti uiiuut  ynuraelfp you will hear from us  promptly;. Dnrwln's nraeavchandlao  utan^ tsutfttl expertfai will tra.n thome-  who have not nnd former experience soiling I adieu' dreowc-H and  coats; Darwin's operate a chain  of larne nnd successful retail  i*oa<ly-to-wpar atorou und this lc  your eh unco ten bccoiaao perinan-  ently connected with, this vast  organ (taction which wna.fminded  8iacSi-o than 20 y^aiira auo<   AddVuatta  r._au;i!M"c- MWtvici. ,fi������,M������ cni>  kwi>'..-������Ww Vm,*   met      wmsmem������m Hmm0Q      mm****'*    <*****��������� mm*  Box 612, Montreal, Qua.   -  At .Bonners Ferry the i^aiaajce and  service station owners have agreed to  close tip shop at 0 p.m.  Dr. EmerBon of Nakucp announces  his removal to the coast at the end of  June, and the town is looking for a  new medical practieloncr.  Next month ratepayers of Oran-  bi'ook will be asked to say whether  they prefer enlaaginfc the present h!������h  school at a cost of $85,0(A or build.ur  a commodious new one at an outlay of  $70.(H10.  The nveriiRo outpait of lead-zinc nt  the mine at Kimberley for the past  year was very close bo 8000 tons. The  concentrator has been, recently enlarged and equipped to hand.a 5000  tonu daily.  mmmmmmmwmmmm  1  Doctor Orders Vinol  For Nervous Woman  ������������������I was weak, nervous and anomle.  Could hardly w������.lk. My doctor ordrred  Vinol, and Ifoel 100 per oenb. better.**  Mm M. Willis, For over lM years thla  ulmple, strengthen ing iron and cod  llvor compouml ban been preacrlhed  for weals, nervoain women and naa������n  "������i������t*} fr������H ehlMd-ftw.- 'I'lae veicy FIR^**  week .you take Vinol you bop-In lo  feel stronger, eat atari sleep bettor.  "Oa-cotoa Drug & Book 8toi*o.  Word has been received from Vancouver to the effect that Mr. Gus Er-  icksoh,. for many years Kootenay  Central road master here, and receantlv  living in retirement at Invermeije, is  Berlonsly IU at the Coast, suffering  from pneumonia. Mrs. Ericsson  and daughter have joined him there  NOTICE  PROVINCIAL ELECTION'S ACT  Creston Electoral District  NOTICE is herebyjrlvon that 1 ahull, on Mon  day, the HJth day of May, 1927, at tho hour of 10  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Gourthoune,  Creaton. hold a sFtf-lni? of the Court ot Revision  for the purpose o������ revising the list of voters for  the said electoral dletrict, and of hearincr and  determlnin'-j any and all ohjeotioias .to the re������  ten tion of any. name on tho aaid list, or to the  registration oa a voter of any applicant ��������� for  registration: and for tho other purposes set  forth In the S?fovlne_Al KIcctions* Act.  y Bated at Oreston, B.C., thia 16th day of April,  O. P. HAYES.  - Boffifltrar of Votewa.  Oreston pioctoral Distriot.  IvSIMEEFtALm, A������*b  FORM P  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  . Under tho provisions of 8uh������  SQOtion 1 of Section 16 of the  Prodiioo Marketing Aot of tho  1926 27 Btatutea of the Province  of British Columbia, it is required that all fruit and vegetable  shippers shall apply for n liobnne  from the Interior Tree Fruit ������nd  VeH������li*uJe Committee of DSr-w  tion for tho period ondinff 31st  March, 1928, and all shippers  should apply, to tho Committee  for Mich license forthwith.  Lioonao fee for oar lot nhippers  Ten Dollnra ($10.00); lesa than  car lata, Two Dollaro and 3B".fty  Cent") ($2.50), cnuh to aooompany  applanation.  A.U-.F1N8H,        0. W, HEUBUNO,  Poiitiotoii,B.O.        Vernon,B,0.  For tho Committee.  Klondike No. 1' Fractional Mineral  Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Whoro located: Near Ymir, B.O.; adjoining  tho Yankee Girl. .  TAK1C NOTIOM tliat X, A.3EC Oa*oon. nctinir  an auront for William Thomaua McDowell, ot  Ymtr. B.O.L Frao Minor's Cortiflcato No. <W246o,  intend, sixty days frpan the date hereof, to  apply to tho Mlnln/cTleoortlor for aCortifleato  of Imparovfiinonts, for the purpose of obtnlnlnqr  a Orovm Grant of tho above claim. ,  . And further tako notloo that action, under  Rotation m tmnet bo obmameheod before tho iBan-  aneo of mioln Oortlaloato of Xmprovomonts.  Datod thin 0th day of August. WQli^1'���������    .  MINERAL AGT  t/jertsSicate ������ir j[n%prov&tnen,ts  a    mj&r/CHg    ���������    ������������������.  Midnight Fractional Mineral' ���������Claim.  situate in the Nelson Mining Division  of Kootenay District.  Wliorolotyvtod: On Shoep brook, ndjolnlner tho  Qaiet-inMlraoOroui). ���������  TAKE NaOTIOtt that!, A. Tt. aa^n.octlnaxais  AAont for Mlohael Murphy, of Kiualo. B.O., Froe  Mlner'tf O^ttintaatn No. lU7aio, tntenil. iDfirty  clftyn (Nm. the dnto hoi-oof._to. npnlv to tlio  Mfnlntj: Hocorder for n Oertincato of improve-  monta for tho purposo of obtatnlnur n Crown  Orant of t������io above olatJin.  ��������� A*n*s fMrthf������a* tnkfl ir������ot!r������**> th������������. + *\\*m., nn4**>  Beotion HS, luaant lie eoimnoneetl before tlao lm\i-  tmm tit natch Cnrtl(lei)at<a of Improvrni-firit*.  Datod thEs U% day of ITobmarr. ucw.  A. SI. OEtBICK,  .ANDACTMENDMENTS  PRE-EMPTIONS       ;  Vacant, linreaeirved,. ���������"������������������. siarveye-l  ���������Jroava lands may be pre-erpptod by  '-ritish subjeets over 18 year* ot arse,  -nd by aliens oil declaring intention  .._������������������ become British aubjectsj, condt-  ional upon residence, occupation,  ..iu improvement for affricuiiaar*.  ,>urpo8ea������.  Full inf������ri2Ui,tio!j. concerning rejgu-  xtions regarding pre-emptions laaa  Siven in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  - How to Pre-empt Land," copies ot  which can bo obtained free ot charge  -.���������y addresaintir tbe taepartment of  i-ands, Victoria, B.C^ or to any Qov-  -' - txukout   Agcut.  Records will bo granted covering  inly land suitable for. asxlc-a.-lrcaral  , purposes, and wSaish ������s not ilE.-fcar-  astt-, J.e.j cstacryixiar over B.000 board  Ceet per a<ora west of tbe Coast Hange  aiad 3,000 ������est. per &cs*������ east of that  - Range.  Applications tos iwrs-siiiptSonts ars  -j  bo addressed to tbe  Lsmd Com-  -lissioner of the Zamd Recording Dk-  lslon. in which tho land applied for  \m situated, _md ore" made on. piintad  .'orinra. copies of. -which can  b������ ob-  "ained from tbs fk-naad Co-nmlsstoner.  five yeaars and improvements meid*  to value of |10 per acre, including  -sleaarlng and cultivating at least 0v������  acres, before a Crown Grant con be  -eceived.  For moire detailed lat-foi-mation see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Land.'*  9>       PURCHASE ���������������  Applications ^e ireoelved for pur  chase of vacant and' unreserved  Crown - lands, not being thnberland,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  price of -Hrst-alasa <amble) land ts 9b  per acre, and second-class (gracing)  land 82.60 por acre. Further information regarding purchase or leas*  of Cro-orn lands Its givon tn Bullotlia  No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crrown Lands."  Mill, factory, or industrial altes on  : timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may b������ purchased or leased, the conditions - ' "including      payment       of  ��������� a tumpage..  ' HOMGOITE   LEA8E8  tyaaasrvoycfl'crcaa'. xaot cacoodlassr 20  acres, may bo leased as homos ices,  conditional upon a dwelling belne  orooted in the first year, title- "being  obtalaraable after residence, and Improvement oondltlons are fulfilled  ana land has been surveyed.  '   toUrtWUIJI  JPr-Or gracing and industrial _>ur-  potses areas ndt tisccacdinff 0.0 ocr������4  may be leasfl'd by one _>^j*������otv or ������i  conrmany.  QftAZiNO  Under the Clraaing Act the Prov-  Ince Is divided Into graslng district*  and the range admlntutered under i  Or-Eslng .Commissioner. AnnuaJ  grafting permits are Irsu-mI batsed on  numbers ranged, priority being given  -o established owners, atock owner*  may  form   association a    for    rang*  riiMiiMwr������ti.������.nt     Wrmm,  nr nmriim'W fr<**������,  ^mmltw are availabls 'tor miuUra,  asampcre and tarmvoilers, up to ten  ���������fcwad. THE    RE^TE^   iCREST���������>^    B/   a  m^lal^^fSuT^  *������&}  ���������^MMMJym&ciMaBss  w������th eaeJi���������ean  WORLD HAPPENINGS  u&?ii?i?i V  Tfif n  JLUl-JLtl Lil       ������ V-LiftS  Be SureN*ou Get Tbe Genuine  iSILLETT'S FLAKE UtfE  Buy Alberta Ranch  Japan's recently reris.ed plans call j  for tlie expenditure oL'$lG0.?000,000 in j  railway _iu prov contents in ilae next 12 !  years. j.  A vote of- $-199,00Cr lo provide 1'oa j  the radio telegraph service aaid foi i  | the const ran lion asd maintenatit-e of j  ! radio ship to .shore stations passed|  j the  House   of   Ooanmohs.  ? j  (���������'"   Aaiolher     2,r>0al     buffalo ���������;.from     thej  j WiiiilAVright   Park  -avail   be veanoved  to i  ' the Xoa-theraa  re-servo  on. Slave  Hivor  ^this  similiter,   staled   Col.   J.  K.   Corn-i  ! wnll  on  his return lo  Kdutonton   Iron'a ������  .i. Ottawa.  ���������I ���������..?  ��������� .'?:.?"������������������':"- -.' ���������������������������.-:��������� i  i      A  hill   io   aai������eml . tlie   Shipping   Act ;  , was   pas.-t'il   hy   iho   House   jafiea* '���������?**������'\������������������ \  [oral    mouthers    had   a pproved    ol'ftlir.  'bill   hiti  a.dvocu(e<*  a   g-rneaal   l-evijiioit ;  : of ...the Canada Shipping Art aiS u-  whole. \  t ' ' Tlae'. C.o'vornment wall proba-hly.-. in :  a reduce legislation ui the in\l seasfhm :  oi' tlae   House  <at  a'.'oniiiaorw respeetin.-'  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  AP1HL. 21  -Scientifically Designed  %f  PETER     AT  THE     TRANSFIGURATION  j ' Golden Text: Tlaea'e camfe  ; oiat of the cloud, This is my  i Son;   heal* yef'JJiail  -���������Mark  ���������':M ark :-:=--'9.2-1 d'i;'?  aa   voicet  beloved i  Q--h ������������������;-:���������      r-S'*l  -2- :=''fpetert  jiiixmg lips  ! ,;   L.esson:  j .3.1G-JS.    .....   .i:.  _ ,t .   '��������� j  |      Devoiioriai iKfe-xding: ��������� 'Isaiah 0J--8.       |  !  y Explanation^ and Comments  i  i'l.'   Peter'::VCriii������?Sfcie5r'fhe''' Ta:iiaa'sii*s':"j  j iirulion of Jesus, Mark i������.2--J.    Six days j  I ii'Ttev  thtjf:eveaits|in the neighborhood;  | Of ("aesaa-ea Philip]ai,' Jesus  took with !  ���������j hi tn hi.s three T'avpred disciples, .i'eteayj  lleie's   the   M?rn>i     of     ^iviaajy;     liai-! ���������?n?i)es anal John :<the three who were.  serie,. stoelciiifAs,   <���������(<���������..   the   aaar/sf   got*- j "V-'i'-b him iii the death-chamber ol" the  R-t-oaa's lints.  All tints ure really coitus, j thumhten of   .lairus,  at,   Mae   i?rave   ot  So use real dVes.    (jet  an envelope of j I-';lZHrils'?aml  in  lnt-   t-hiiden   of Oeth-  1 lu*   aclnal   alyo   powder   :i(   any  tlru.ur-1 swane), aiul  'i������<"faided a high laioun-  jston-. for ail lech tents.    Do  vour own | t'1"'  where ho was taansfigua-ed before  tlihaiiuj*;.   whie'b.    savor'     moiiev     andil *"h"n!-    Hud. the    disciples    been    per-  *������tves. you  the exact shaale von want. ��������� | r������l<-xed and"anxious during that. week.  Diaaaaonat   tlyes   tie   pevfee'tlv   beaait.1- [ P--<1  that iiiysterions anaaonaieemeait of  I'ul   itnaiaiK--aaa cold Avann*.  a" dija, unci I their   Maister's   coming   satiering   and  it's  ahcaae.  And  true tlves don't, streak! I death  seem  to I hean so utterly inipos-  l>ye-ti.nllnijc   doesn't    iook   weak,   how-1 Hihlt* tor Hiaaa wham they had declaied  ever  .���������alelieate   a    tone   vou   aase;    nor *���������'���������"*' ���������fiiii'Jsrt that' they wea-e even faltea*-  ������1.  Another Reason why  Firestone Tires are   Setter  l'i r\ ��������������� .t ...'* I  'Uli:  is  UAICj  aviePnonites     Secure      ramotis  Ranch .in   Northern.,, Alberta  y Mt-naioniies   have  bons:hr     the     liis  torat*  ON-ley   raait-h.   ru-ar  Suivet>.  This  raiich   was     esiaahlista������������d     h\       llaaijUsh  eajutal   when   the. whole   south   eoutt-j  try   avas   open    tattle.-    The   Mr-nno.i.i-  ites,  aa Uo   iiuui.1  ahe  jaiarqlaase  l iiroii^Ii i  the   Caaiada   Colonization   Assoeiation.  will     dt-vote     iha-'iiiseU es     to     anixed  farmisj'j:.    Th<>y   have   ai-quired   efrea-i-'  ,. i  ..a  On  ! lie  inj? iu Iheir faith?    On  the Mount- the :  answer ean:e,  r.nd     then    they    knew'  that,  however ahe  mystery  was  ao  he  explained,  iheir  Muster.���������wari tlae ,yery  siye  hoi  tlti  i?r  hx  .A  Ibe  v i. a  llU  "dta?  the  la'sc:  two  > **  at  s  as  a  V*  -aalt  of  i lit  aae-  r: 4% -_. i.������  ��������� hj.x ,  a.  t.-  t_v  >t*  tit  -5 i h  n-s  of  X]  4.4 a j,  7 elig  ions  b.  ���������ii  .*-  -.  TONE UP THE BLOOD  AND NERVES NOW  'Lloxtse,.'  Sweden, a'lial Ansa iia have exchanged tltial ratitit-aaiens ol" a treaty arnak-  ins war illesal under all eli-a-aj.ai$t.-tn  cos. .Svvetlen has? eoaaeluded siiiiihir  t'i*e:i������.ies wit.ii Niaravtay. Fanhistl,. ?t)eia-  liiar-k, .Poinaad, ilel^itttii, ( zeeho-Slta-  vaKia   and   (lerinany.  Tteleua tt-s frrnn titaa-ly u tlpv-.e:.  t-onauties antf ������-epi-< soaataa ive's- t>i  aaaany interesteil tjrgai'ii^.at ioaas-'Svere  iaa 3 loti-tiinlai for the openm*.:; ol" yahe  l>aat-l>a-ei?*M; C������������nfei*one(v on ethieatioj-,.  ret'hu'iiaai..>������, i-ohabiliaation ano  a -cereal ioia. A.inons a.lte <-naaiit a.-ie.-.  whh'h sent thvh'-i;:ate.< wea-o Catiutha,  ahe a" ni leu. State-, M.exifo. Pt*n.i.  Aa .���������--aa-alia, 1'anatna. China. The  Philippines aud   Salvador.  ������?oia  t������J   uuti. .... x iii'. ,.j.:i'SiaiSi'j^urjaj.iJOii   i? H il  its re\ elation ail" ycriory- and iidAver tlis-  T>a* "f  uiamona nyes  JOip to 72NT Soil to &YJS  'Williams.  t���������i ��������� it  ut.    w.iiiiams,     aririK   r*ins   nave  No Eotial for This Purwose  -Anaeaiita,  or  lack,     of    sood    blood  causes  ntrf   only   pule   !'-tt-t!s and   white  lips;  it. is the root ot" many  pains amd  miseries.     Ir is tin* cause of shaitered  nerves, headaches and backaches, and  the   always   tared   feeling .froiia   wtaieh  so many wovnen and saris suffer.    To  i*egain  new   health   and ..su-eng-th   ibe  blood  should b<v t-nriehtMl ihi-nuprh   ahe  tonic   treatment     with   I'h\     WaM'aans* :  Pink     I'iHs.       This       medicine        has  brought   new   iieatth   and   strengrth   to:  th.ousatids   of   weak   despondent    peo-:  pl<������.  Among- those who have found tn-w  health Ilia-mash the use <>r (his naedl-  caaie is r\fa-s. Cregoa-y J. Murphy, r];ist  Ship irarbi.j-. ?\'.S.. who b:i.vs: - - "i  bless i lie day I heard of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Uefore I beg:in their usa* .  1 was aaa n naaa-dovvn mu\ va.rj avi'ttk i  t'ondilion. Tho h'ast < sen ion would  leave me breathless and taa*ed out.  Housework was a trial, anal jat times;  I felt very despondent. A friend jiiI-  vtsed me to try \>i-. Williams' Pink  Pills and I got six bo.vns. I hatl not  been talai.ni? the piil^ vei*y; loaag until  I ha gati to Iiaiin'ove ita hVaallli, nnd  riontinuiaig their use they res te. red me  lo my foawer Kootl health,- I :ils<a  g;ive tlae pills to nay alaughler, who  war. anaeaijie aaad nin-tlow n, with the  taaane goaatl resatlts. ISTow I always  lisi\-e the pills in Ihe house, and would  not   li|-o   lo he  without. Miami."  a!ei. :i box of Ut*. Willianis' Piaah  Pills from your il run-gist toala.x-, or  si-ud r������(j t\-nts to The \)<r. WiUhnns'  Medicinal Co.. Jlroekv, ille. Om��������� anil :i  box will he sent you post .paid. A  little hook. "ISuildaaig l'|> the Ukaoal,"  which explains tin- treatment, will ha>  H.'ial   fl'f-a. on   Cequesl.  fir  ^>  tfir-" *   ' "_"M " - ' '   'it ���������" "  nuinipeg newspaper union  a6ff\10P������  -__>  does it. wash out .nait.-venly. When you j  uaui   the   tint,  io ha1   permanent,  just  use   boiling   water  isaslead   a>f  eold!  Kegular dyeing of all dress materials, drapes, etc., just as easy. Ask  druggist "for   color   cards  Jind   stijggos- .  lions,     th*. a   wealth   of   ideas in.  full |?P������*lled all despondency. .  colors, in new book Color Craft free] -Jesus was transfigured. The fashion;  and postpaid: wrie ))].VM()Xl)| of his countenance was aJfea*ed? says T  11VI0S,   Hept.   NKO,  Windsor,  Ontario.   ���������'l-uke   (I.uke 9.29);  llis fate did  shine'  j as Ihe-saan; says Matthew' (Matt. 17.2). i  It was not a splendor that fell on His:  lace from rwitlioutv and lighted it- up.; i  .the glo'ay came from within. Kveia die:  face of Moses shone sifter he hatl been ���������  coaiiimaning? with   thai   on   the   Mount..  i sind after-laours spent?invfm*aj;er  CL.uke :  |d.2!>). .Tesus -wOnldfbe exalted in spirii.:  I and a aaew light woiahl shine from 3lis;  | face,   his     whole     aspt-ct     would     be j  changed.    John vi. Patbii,fm his anto-j  Ibiogriiphy,   speaks. t������������  the  wonder -and f  awe with which   he   arid   his   brother \  fwoaikl   notice   the   benaatiful   light   am  their  father's  lace as he -.appeared  af- ,  ter a  time of seclusion  when   he 3aad '  'been talking with Cod. j  ?   "1   lake   the  Ta-ansiagauatiou  to he  tt  great lesson in pi*ayer and 1 urge that !  more   Jinti more   it.   shtaild   enter   into'  our life.     It  is tiiatieult.  it will,not. be i  accomplished     without     a     siaeaauous j  Explore for Oil  is  reported here   thai   the  It  Pe i-s i a n   Oil   < 'tanapany.  i ica 11 y   151-11 is it-owned.  ouiee   at    C;algary    ihi  Angfe-  \vnieh   is  prac-  ,1.0'   tap en   ;tta  riaag,    from  ,it>  si>ri  which  ;ui  campaign  exieaasave  geojtigical  survey  for*oil will be carried out.  WHEN      Firestone     engineer*  -were   developing   the   Bal-  ���������oosi Tisre tKey fourad it necessary  to design a treacd altogether dif-  " ferer-nt from that .which its required  by  High Pressure Tires.  The projections of the crou-  and-square tread are rsnaal'i?. and  the rider strips narraow to permit  the tread to cling to the road,  giving the greatest non-skid surface. This tough, pliable tread  r has the wear-resisting qualities  .that give thousands s������.exirsf miles  aof service;   v"     . >   J^   ?  This flexible tread must be  placed on a flexible carcass. To  : provide for the extra flexing  strains Firestone dips the cords  of the carcass in a rubber solu-; ���������  tion. By this process, every fiber  of every cord is saturated and; i������T;K  suiated -with rubber, minimizing  , friction and wear���������-  If you tyant economy, comfort  and safety of 'Gum-Dipped?fTires  ^:���������see s the? ?hftarest Firestone  Dealer.  FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER  COMPANY  OF  CANADA,   Limited  Hamilton, Ontario  MOST MILES PER DOLLAR  Sufferer With Severe  Firestone builds  the  only  Gum-Dipped   tires,.  ���������a      n   i������    f   rl<������  Kali at  X l.Sl.O1   AlV/J'.a.Vr.l  isacKacSie -hslld,^ K������������iu������t  e-foa*r to  ourselves   free  of  A   physicTst  has   calculatetl   thai    i!f  M  us.  tie  4 Wilrov lU^A X)nt\A\\^ clia.ftiiij; material things, hut it is  /..      vv.icox     usea     -uouls *   vvovt j, fur moral tlum altUieyeffot't avo M'J'   ftlld" t!ie  .^tJ'Sy   c.T   their   voare$  l?Ot������0.000   persons  were  to   talk  sioatl^  Kidney Pills  Saskatchewan   Lady   Suffered  Very   Lame   Back  Strsishoaaa-s,     Sash.     (.Special)  [ can aiaalae. We are living ;is if a liis'  I world were till, sind often as if iTaei*e  With   a ;"*vere no ���������.<jQ������ ;   anal I helieve  that: tlie  I constant habit:   would    alter   that.    It  :TheI Woaihl introtlnce, us., to a lai*gea* life. It  sterling value of "T'otlu's Kidney Pills-j  is .again shown by ahe following,  well known resident of this place.!  She   writes:   "My   back   was   so  lame i  "thai: 1 would hate to move 'out of a I  chair when I was sitting down. They j  \vei*e such slatarii pains tlaaia I had. 1 |  look a box. oi IfHxhl's Kidney Pills and i  havt^ not  bet-aa hotlaae-ed since. i  .The     sausl'aclitni     Dodd's     Kidney j  Pills  art!  giving    as     a     reinedy     for  Kidntw iroaihle  is shtnvn by ahejarge  nunaher of  peojih'     Mho     keep     thein  ;ilwa>s  at.   lianal.     They  tlint.  the  jaroiier  way   to avoid  ������t-rious i gjtit is-1 ics  forans   ol" Kidnaw     ta-onhlo,     such     as j'"  rheunattt isiai.    diabetes,     dropsy       and j  heart, disease   is   to   coJ*aect   the early'  | symploni   ol*   Kidney   trouble. |  would not ehaaage  our  ciaetnnsfanees,  :biat   it   laiight   change   our   spirit  Charles   Drown. ,  were converted into heai, they Avoathl;  have to tall? aaa hour and a half "<t>|  produce ?��������� enough heat to malvef a  of tea.,..   -   .  Cl)|>.:  '1  A Big Pay Roll  Dodd's Kialney. 1'ills at:i directly on  (he Kiahaeys. Mealing ttaad .strength-  eaalng iheaii, lh������-y ������'ia:ih!e l.he Kitlaaeys  tai .strain all inaptia-ities out. of the  blond.  Obtained from all draaggisi^.. oa* The  l>mhl's "Medicine <'o.,   Ltd,,   Toro.nlo.  Dominion Government Paid $74,692,000  to   Em������>Ioyees  Last  Year . :  The     Dominion    (.iovermueiat.     paatl  :? 7'1,(592,000...-.   to  , its    : eauploj-ees      iai  salaries dming the fiscal y-.ear?l!12"������-2(.l,  have   learned ; according to the ..Doniinioai ..IHaa-eau oi"  an increase of $f70,7")t> !  over the jn evioias year.... :Psiymients to  pern, a lien i. employees amount et������? to ,  '���������?'12,r>70,Di:.i, as against $IO,Si.|(5,4.10 j  the year before, wlaire lempajrary j  employees were .paid *fll,ll>U,l.r������7, i  against *?li������,JK������.l,S8;^ the previous yeai.;  Tlie grand total of employees in- j  creased lieini "S.SS") in April, 1!>2", lo  BDfir.-l  an   starch.  102(5. ;  TIREE>-FE������fft������f  FVlinard's     soothes      sore      ataaa  fi red     feet.     Bsitfc'e'-^thfeafi   ' rtfb ���������  well  with   lvlinard's.  La ml in"  Policeman:   "Wot   aire   >'er  "ere   for.''  I-oaifiar:   "Jnii Maaik."  Pollceanan: "Well, just. .ino'vo oaa. .If  everybody Avas to stand in one place,  'off  would   1he   lest  get   past'.'"  Mr.   t'ii-niii|i  tied."  Mr. l.ayzee-  hotltei' with '.  raeai*  hi'tiiuiie.  'Your  sliof.-tring's am-  -*-l   know*  ���������III    lll'ter   ;  bait   I  ���������tajilier  aaever  ���������^ MY HEAO DOESN'T  ACHE ANYMORE"  ���������says Mips Gladys Holli:*. of Alan-  T.real.    I .suffered for .vriuh Willi tea*-  rlble  jmhis  iaa  any   head,  tlaoaaght I  ���������atvouhl    alio    I  wsts so anlser-  lable.    I  t lied  e v e r y thing,  imiiJ ai. last 1  find youa* pillH  liet-p me  free  from    head-  jiche������    aind    I  jjovv   feel  well  anil h:i))py,    I  jiin   lelltng all        .^v   -mn JmpL'  icy r r I e n d b 7.,   /'"'rr,,.  ahonl   ahem." C.Iud>t_ Ilidhea  t'AKl'l-.K'.s |.(TTLK UVMU TILLS  ���������Mill i������lha<. rtiiistlpatlou, Heart-  laarii. Urow sineKK, UIIIoiihiuih*-, Nfiii-  I'.fit iiurl indlgeKtioji and. ianprove a  lad coniplexion. Tlmy e.re purely  vr Kf-Jabh', do not contain CalomeL  J-Jli-rt uj-y or habit fori) 1 hag <lrti*gK.  '. hey naov������������ the bowclft frt-c from  paf.i, "I'jilie 1 he an to ailglat.  J'.Mlfc'UiHj!,   'jr>v,   L   7Jic,   red   l������l<K������.  A   Smart  Daytime  Frock  Kxa-ea-daaagly   snaai'l   is   Ihis   alaytiane^  frnck.   The     skirl,     has     tan     inverla-al  pliiit   ttt  ejieh side of tin- front"  toad  is  joined   to   l.he   bodice   having   11   panel  r.lTo.-f   while   Ihe .  sides     lira a     slightly  ������ai hejetl   lo  ������*i   bttaul.     A   boll   faalens  at that side  sea.ui.s ujaal ������vvl,Hiids iteross  tlie   one-piece   hack.      'I'here   Is   a    b������>  loiiiing  converlilile     ctillar     anal     the  Hhieves   limy   he  ln������������K nnd   leathered   lo  narroAV wa-lsl-handH, or Ion'e. No.  I.r������r������.>  is  in   nv/.<>n  :iS, -to,   12  tand   II   incht>s  bust,   Siza-   'IU   requires   .*.���������"������   yards  :������5l-:  inch   maieritil.  or     I     yaa'als     Gl-inci..  Prh'ta 20 e������>n<s  Ihe pal tern.  IO very wo'antin'H dt.a.-*ire is l.o aehieve  1 hill sauart, different appoiU'aatco  Mhich draws l'avorahh\ ������������������oamneaat. from  the observing pnblie. The tlesiKits  111 tt;s I j ut 4 tl In our New Fur hi on .load;  are original I'd In lite heart of the  slylo eon<re������ and will help you Iaa  accpairo thait anucli detircd aiir o  dlvhlaaalliy. Price of llati hook  ; i-unis Ihe t,a������p>-.  For distemper-  ��������� Miaiard's Liniment.       1  size   01a   the I  A    farm   one   acre   in   ,SJ/.o   01a  ' oeenn   f'ronl    near   Ihe   boaa*dwalk   an j  ! A'llaaath:   fily   is valued   at aaaore than;  English Trees For Australia i  During Ihe. cei-pnioiuos af <';tnberra, j  the fvw Australian eapitai. the!  Duke and Duchess'of York ->vi 11 plant '  vtaraous lives sent oait froan llii* Uoyai ;  Uotanio tJardams, Ke\v- eight heetfla-j  es, eitfht ittiks; eij;hl, horst -ehesltauls. ;  sis. elans, six alders, ami six cricket-1  1 bill   willows. j  Spring Time is  CELERY KING Time  Brew a cup of this lane old vegetable tonic.  It is all  the  spring medicine you  need.  lc drives out winter's poisons,J111 proves���������'������������������  the  appetite  and makes  you feel better  right iiw-,iy.     CELERY KING is gtaod for;.(  tlae whole faanily.   Ac druggists, 30c & 60c. >  f  STOUT PEOPLE  Incline to full feeling after eat-:...>  ing, gassy pains,   constipation.  Improve the digestion by taking  Chamberlain's Tablets  ^Cleansing ond Conifortinfg���������"25c _,  Xaa rane aaeeil enahire Ilae ns-'miv of  $LOiM).uuO. Truck produce Is ki-owii on j n)ril,s ���������witu Holloway's Corn Ueiaiiaver  tho acre each ya-ar. -til hand, to roinovts them.  A  L-5WNTJ3--MKN      ANT)  soil       WAS.ITO      aaid  Where Mixed Farming Pays  Heart Palpitation  jl" fc5���������.!,:-������,,_.   __)<_.������11_       Jersey  Cattle  and  Sugar   Beets   Make  QflZZy,   &MKing   dpClBS a Good Combination  Mrs. M. A. Ciiipnoii, Utnantvillo, Alia,   j     ������������������������'* l",''<-s anal .lersey calih- Is Ihe  writttK! "8������iin<'-tinni aiijo   I   wa������ v������ry \ ciaaaihlaaat Ion   lhat  W,   T.   Viissey,   sue  WO.M i:x.  PA !.('<)  | ChlOANKHS: Kvery lloane, tXlice,  1 (inniiic, Autoisf your urospccis. (ham^  ; eomniisHioaa. Exclusive territory, i'.  '��������� A. i.l'.FUllVni'. * (ID.MJ'ANY, DaMat.  C.   AleMindrht,   Out,  n-  in  laorvtnin, imuiIiI not sleep at uiglil. often  liad di/.y.y, siaiUinpr jtptalln aaad palnittt-  tion ot* tlae lirivil, rinrl. wiim no raaii down  T could nt>|-, do iiiv lit.K!������.'X".'erk. hut jaiast  h'nvo (tvorviliiug laid sit alon 11.  1 1 fjaciat nt lot of naoaiPv using naedi-  eiana fioin tlie doctor, haat it dad not  do   aim   iiiij-   unotl.  At  lust  a  How To Order Paiterns  Athli-e.*-';    *\Vhinl[..'���������;,' I\'( w.-paprr HTnion.  37 5  McDermot Avo..  Wlnnlpapg.  I'iittern   No..,.,  , Sl_co., ^.  vv  N  I  II!  Knaiae  j Town  iif.oiid toltl 1 uti to una  Mitl nttor ti8injf 11  couple of h<aren I  wiaii not tint Hunt*  Wfimnn. 1 ht-frnaa to  feel ho niaurh lirattor,  anal la-ftfir a f������w  niorfl box aau T avas  Jn iifi-fo.'. lionltb.  I ������lwny������ recom-  ,. _   - ni������ncl   tlutm   to  all  niose   T "know who  am lauaTeriiiir   front  liona-L   frmahlo."  "l������rIco. 50c. n hnx tt al! alniKBl������tn or  d������������lara, or naailed direct on rccftipt ot  ������������ieo wj Tim 'V. Milbitria Oo., Limitod-  Toroiito, Out. r  HEABT  iawiiil  ce.Mfiful .nixed farmer nl' M:i������i:ilh,  Alhet'ta. looks upon as at heller in-  vestnieiit lliaaa oil si tick h. Dia his (>h  acre lrri������nled litriu he hint a hull' a  tlozen pnt'ehred .|i������r.-aey cows. Ihaeo of  which au*e anilkhi^ and pull hip ���������*pl.!������u  tit' laiilli. ttaad croniii Into I lie pail every  day. Thin is ihe nel price as it is  ejilleal  lor hy tlie customers,  A halt' seel Ion ol' In ml Iia Ihe Maura ih dlsarlct litis heen sold at $<".������������������ aaa  acrai Ilae IjjkIickI prlito i*ecorah!il in  lhal areaa I'or yeaa*s. 'Mie rcjiorl froaaa  MaiMi'tilh says lhat niosl of the In ml  is In Himiaa������ea* fallow, ready for .crop-  plnK in  "lie shrine.  LAHIKS WAN'I'Kl) TO DO PLAIN  and light scwitiK til. hoaue, wholtt  or sptare lluie; 14001I pay; work rent  any dlstianoe: chtarptes ptilal. Semi  Stamp ror pairtlirulairs. Ksitlonail, Maiiui**,  fai'lurinu   t'oiupany,   Monlivul.  Maiiiy   |������i*overhH  tira>   Ilia'   wit   ol  ami  the  wisdom of 110m1,  one  MJnnrd'B   Liniment   sooth*.,;  tired   f������et.  BAKKUS' OVl'JNS- Wrilo rbr rjiin'.  loguo aiaad list or used ovens.  Hubbard Oven Coaiapaany, 1100 Ouooo  West. Toronto, Ont.  HATCHING   EG������S     |  ������nrl etihdtf-i from Kxldhltlon Man-fir  IlotfJtrt. I!<mIs. autt t I'-ianicslt'tl L.t'iilnx'tn  ot      liia;h      *"f-t.'      y>-i>ui, Wiiiin t-���������.      .11  lo.'ulhil; ���������poultry *lio\v.*a. 2."i,0i)t) heel,. <l  nlrt'iail*''. whli'la Kliow^t wa* lanv������i si wldu  ���������������<��������� mi nation. Qunllty imtl Hcrvl-'e I'* amr  oiilv liaet'iitlv������������. Wrltrt for U'viiitll nl ih'."i>  In*. Wo lltiv <hf atnly.-.SI'KOlAI. -MAI.������'I^  OKT'WIl. A������rj" QtTKHC.  j, A. Mat.is, Poultry Farm. Fnrlbault. Minn,  ��������� 1       -  -  " "��������� r ''  rum maw rnaNOM NKMKoy. m.% THE. \6afcSdC&W^/G&m������6l&f-B^Or  J.        J"-> V  -tt-  "*"V  Great Seal of Britain  I,-/  wtner  !:;/   Occupies Enviable Position  ���������       ^ '    !'*��������������� jr.���������*-    |,  ? ^"  New Emblem of Royal Authority Is to -^roubles    Concerning ^Canatla    Small  Be-,Made |.<*j      Compared" to Those  i The  passing  ot   the    Itojai     Titles u '  liall,  vher.eiantler t-Jie    till-,*;,    of-    His '"^  Majesty    aaad  - ol      Parliament     are  changed  to  conform   with   views  i/ie-  i seated hy the    Imperial    Conference,  'iiecrpf,itafoy  the 'prov is-ion  ol*  a new  - #_l_vca*ywliea*e -stu e in, Canada cthere  ^Giais to be'-Txrii-esT and uncertainty.  ,Sueia   troubles-as  those- -which ,  eoia^  -J? _   > ���������. _ _ '        " lit. ',   ^     O      .    -  etna  Tf*JE-G/U&7^ttMA^  -Jr-hr*f���������'������������������  '  *"���������""      -*������������������yr    -*"*  "���������"'������������������ffrjf-t ���������  Major Segrave's  Remarkable Eeat  Preventable Disease  Great rleal, tbaj, specific, emblem of  j royal authority. Any document to  j which the el real Seal is attached is  j. the instrument hy which the. will ot  | ihe Sovereign, is- declared, such as  i proclamations sunanicninK - I'arlia-  rment, charters io towns, treaties with  t Joreigu powers, credentials to ambas-   , ,_ ~ ���������,  .     JS^tiu.  -,i it������"iiiii ii_ i . iflgU''-  sad'ors,   patents,   of. nobility,   and   ap-  and  A      Triumph    of    Hurrr>rn    Nerve  *' Mechanic's!- Der������ect������o������  Tlae ^ astonishing perrorniance of  Major fl O. 3X- Se^raYe, the PritUh  xacirifc Urn er. in- pilot in a- his Ihitish-  aauade machine nl Ihe rate of naoa*e  iliiin 307  miles  per^hour  oil  a _antlj  'r beach* iiVlTlorida is "a itiumph  of'iua-  niaai   nerve    and     steadfastness    and  mechanical    pea-feet ion.       Major  grs.ve Ta-ayeiied".raster t uafa.any'othe  man evea* has done ira a machine i*un-  ning on wheels,. A tew airplanes have  ������_spa._)..vJ"Hstcta;, * but* very.;^.Jew.--is>i.ki -;?  .4&rhf^so&$&U'oii������l.s- acSaievleMietiti alias  more  tiaan^ a ? seaitimeai I a I    value.    It  ������ denio'uVtrated the qualities of 'stability .'���������'  and enthtrance which can.' jfcae ltfniill into'  a. ^^tat^'-aBalj'Ba^ci'^it^^v ill -3j'||:fe-r4aiaght ���������  in    strain ,. a,lti  Sir George Foster Gives Some.Striking t  Figures on T������"9 T'o.eiy Subject       ! 1)0intnieilLs *o������ golonial governors.  Sia t.eorge rosier, .peaking at a, Tho Lorfl cllanceiIor ,& respons,ible  soc.al hygteno gathering at Ottawa oaa | fot. the safe<y ^r (he Grcat Seal> 0i  tne subject of preventable, disease, j r.u,KJ). ot lhe raouldp> anQ keepa lhera  presented   so.uo si.iking comparisons, j jn a bec're| faafe who^e whereabouts is  -two' per cent. of. tlae people of; sn po&e(, to bo knowu onW 1o him.  Canada aie con. imaou*.l> ill," .said Jsjic '  tUe*   builde-r^-J.essoaa  ^^i)re|^a^EK^le  ^^t:}^^������^*(Vstjjf;aa;^  ot''"th(f"oj*clinary   eoinaraereial   -vehicle  lrncl^a^be^e^a^aMcags  sti^tiii:fOf high  speetl p ;'^tt*^i^a^tl?^;%t^akP^sfges     and  faults  oi   design   show  tap   quickly   in  racing; cars; '-att(i^iitiiatiurca.cLnrea*s  ]eat*n  what, to avoid in  stamlai*tl. prothacliou..  Saaela  ttacks"as .Bi"ookla'atds have been  of inestimable value in Ibis; way.  Bi'ggpivrali-tl toorey'po^i-ftil Jiifllchiiies  . will   be   buil-*i%-\ evgratualjy     and     this  record  of Major Segi*ave*s "fshattereal.  bit a: it   is likely   to    stand     for    some  .^tim^.    l'rqbatbly  at .\vguj(|,l,������s,be eajyifer to  ?iyirl|<^&a^^^fft^li^l:;^"*.%i- iaato^teel  Cleorge. "Thai axtust be ol" keen in  toi'est to the Minister ol* Health. It  moans that,- out of nine million pet.  ]>3e. tS05ftOO ate in siek beds or in a  So-j condition of illness \alaea-c production  oi   sell-aid   is impossible.  ���������'The Minister of Im migration,  working along with the Minister of  Public iLeaUli. spends; I ant aiot going  to say how" niciny millions, each year,  to bring able-laotiied meat and 'vvomen  and ciiiUiren . from foreign coianlries,  'plant the iai into ..our' owai .regions,., bur  cryvai clitpate ������ind amidst? our own customs. And riglifly so.    }   :."���������:.  "Jt is jiu absolute necessity for  Canada to have a population to pro-  ditce and bring1 to ilower and-fruiliage  sell', thoiagia history records the fact  that during the reign of George III.  btirglars carried it off from the premises of L.ord Thurlow then Lord  Chaneelloa*. This is the onl.v occasion on wbic'i a Ore*-*' Seal is. kiio"1^'!!  to have been permanently lost.  The King himself may leave Great  the    Canadian    people    are    indeed   jis   noE-hing" in- ccinpaijisou, witli  tliose   whicli' a'fiiict: ' ilie   -older     and  ^iaore     congested    countries ' of    the  -woi-ld.   We   have   our   little   desmesue  -dquabbles     .\nd    our   littK-    sectional,  g'jievrm'ctjt.,^ but  ti^ey   ao( not   ainoturn  \io   much.   ;It- is 'piany,* ntany  jears  since  aiu>'- great .disaster . lias   oVer-  'taken Cam*da. We have no volcanoes  tv      fear,   aaui   all   the   aainOi" earth  -shoc-k;^ that we.-ieel-have-their origin  "tliou*"a1idt> 'of inilVs av\ay. AA'e  ai*e  at  ,pe-aqe ^vitli  our  ueigL-bcr;.   and   witjo,  the  world.     Wo have  all  of   the   ter-  ^���������itQi-y" tft'atv we. "Want and " would" not  know what to    do    with    any    more  that we might asquire. We live in no  fear    oi"    aggression    and we do not  require the services of a large slanff;  ing army to anaintain oua*. tronl iers.  m ^fw*m?w������  ���������- i     HIgid 'and Smooth   < .  I  \    Perraanetit as the Building  I . I -*   ,  .. itself  r 3Tho J>ER-FSCT surface. Cor- ^<  er KALSOMIKB  "Will jxot ������aat-p or a-Jiinkv ,     ^ *  Pira proof *an'd Sanitary-   c   '.  "      ~\.     3  IF you can't obtaia sainplo  from, dealer���������write ua direct  Tbe Manitoba Gyps.rn Oa. Ltd.  -    .WINN1PXC  (?  I     Asthma     Cannot    Last    when    the  1 gieatest   of all    asthma    specifics    is i  i used. l>i*. J. T). Kellogg's Asthma  Britain without imperilling the. Con-j Remedy assuredly deserves this exalt-  stitutioh, but if ftKe Lord Chancellor \ied- title.;;.-It has .to,its credit tlaoaa-  wants to    t*o    ^abroal    elaborate ;ar-| sands  of ?.cas0s  whichvoOier  prepara-  ^ngemehls IlaVf tto be made for ap,  \16^ 7^d "^m* ^benefit, it briaigs  * . ���������,.  ���������     .;...   , . ...    . .......,., ���������-,���������-.   help  to even   the  most  severe  cases  pointinga coriannssitm of responsable   and brings the, patLent to  people to Iodic after the Seal. "   j of .blessed    relief.  When   a   new   Great   Seal   is   made j f rom  astlima    ..,    ���������,.... .      ���������    -u^.^j11^>   ao.+--������a,.T'rii*i-a__#-aa  .    ,-  roivorfv vairo iiii������ a������ ������n Ahciiv tofiiiwi      a^niile. u\ the last 5teay j ears, ^an������ 3s  ta-i^i <iiri   liiifioi-cncv:  m     urnpoot     f>aia������<l i * eiiietij ,iiJve litis is> so.easiij   secan������u. .v���������       ,���������  .>i ,  ...       , ������, ;       ���������   . f. 5-5 s s,i->  tiae ottt nnuei-goo*, a   .piocesfo    cauett ; --'���������.,/      ���������: _  I creeping-'^Ttorthward-' tch^aird --^enflg  Moved Half Mile in Ten Years  Largest  Fr.rjh   Water Lake in   Soaith  " /"-Wales Creepirtg^'.MdrtiT'jyard0'"-'^:i .  Ther'-Pban'-Oj-o Pool."?jiyC-,I-C������5iaai]i^'.'.iji^;r.-"caijii'  ,_.w .. ~~ , w^^ ���������     the   auove   again   after   arrest.     The  . patient to a condition | j)0bir the iargest~freiiii waEeaT lalv������'"iii  if '��������� ntSuleS - wtSaf^a j Sift;|Wll ^f^lfe1^1^*'f'  cylinders ilian   to   lind   auolhea-   anan  |with? liae;'-iroii?;iiei*ve' VFttuiretl tbtdi-ive  "���������"saiela -a-ear -ait - a-sp.^ed   foaar ���������times* as  great   as   that ogfyan -exiness  train. ���������  <)ii;iwa -loui-riaT.-  'demasking." The iving iaf the presence oi* the Privy Cpiuicil, gives' the  old,one; a gentle blow ?with a hammer  of  the- waiste   spaces  iii  our great   co'uii-1 .    ,   .,    ...        ,. .     .. ,  , l ** f and-it then becomes the property  '���������V'f         ."'                 . '"'                                'the Lord Chancellor.  .. .'"iHtit just -think that/of the ?1K0,CHR������ =    Little Helps For This Week  who'are  ot   these  ill  each  day,   fifty  per  ce"nt. | ^    ^       '      ' t>      i  cases are preventable.  That, I Sculptor   L������ng   l/eaa  !  naeans   90,000   people.   How   many   do!  1 we   haitig*' in,   froaia   overseas,   to ���������- peo  pie ��������� .Canada?'���������'        - " ''��������� '"?'   '������������������  '"Does ii  make up   for the  devasta- \  ling: work of .revenptable disease, that |  Billed'-For  I ,-������������������ ������������������ -; ��������� ���������   ; City,  Fathers of Venice Are  Laughing  Stock of Pij-laaf  I     Tt -\\e coaafess our fcha^, Ife is laith-  ���������-y.-.-      ���������������������������.,-���������  ! "fail'and .lust to forgive us our sins, and  : J'"tb"cleanse us from    all    uuraghleous-  Pbsters   ness���������1 John I. CJ.  Ms a;  ih<  c^tv o** th^* X������c  ������i ;������������������������������> ,-y, o-  To.w-'  What boiler  fall  Before  Tlini re\erena,  cm we <lo than prostiale  and  theae con-  ptng-^'���������������������������-" iu.������ liivv eti u.--    tuwam    -m^k?uum&  Hill. It laas- been x:aleulat.ed that ia  will take less titan forty years tor  the- wafer to reach the nearest village in its liaie of advance r-ioaup������  taraners are wonted" about . their  properly, the . superstitious are  a'iai-in'od, but scieaitisl.- say the  of the hind i the  same.  1r. .r  J it-.  -etienay which is attitckiaig-the health | er> is laughing at those potent; gi'avt-:|r-I'tuinbly   our   faults/ and   paa*don   be  Willi  tears,  V\'at'ring the  ..,.��������� r  .... ^������������������..���������^      .^   ,, -itivery man nas awo angets,���������c  recently renovated historic pulpa^ w, Vi^it shouWei!. and onefon h  Pisa.Cathedral, the work    of   -the; Wnen he'does goodV the aaigel  ol  the-people, oait ia������ the field of pro- ; and reverend  signioisi- the  city fath-  duction ?���������:���������:...-    ?y:* ... : --���������   ;���������...*-, y-:::s ��������� <y-' ; i ei*s :ot' Venice. "���������- ?'��������� -   '-^"   .?;-:-^.-  "Along   t lie, sameMane,   twenty-one j   ? When Sagndrf-Mais'soliaar iuatigtirated  : mill ion'--idays lot' labor are lost^aaimial- : the  | iy   \n   Caaiada.   f.ln*ough< illness.     One ija Pisa  I hair ont   that���������fifty fper. cent.���������is -pre-! faaaaous sculptor, Giovanni Pisano, 620; rlgllt  silouptei  .; .ventable..    There  a.re  10,500v000' days L?years  ago,  the  event:-yyvas advertised;;.  [of  work uselessly  lost each -year  be- j. hyv ^pos ters. ?   ���������.-!-���������-���������"  ?.���������:���������.';..��������� ���������.. r.-.-..-���������-��������� t-; ?,---.^? -.[���������������������������  .���������'l^awse oi':pi^  n J^ouind^ in   Egyptian   Ruins    and ��������� ,Qon-j      "Slipuld   tlae fi\la n is ter. Sot,H Labor   be J. Venice, and "the-^ publicity, ouice of the |  SSv?;4l?t]j|nsVIVIa������^'^^ j threatened| wjth   a, nation:wide   strike j yenice .-Municipality,  addressed  "#?  '"^*4*;'  T>is4oH*jp>'5' J������!'?-a M������"anb?f^fefimated   to ���������.  he   fifty   centuries old,  daliaag  baick  to I.  the   tiiird,' dynasty,    of?   the    ancient;  .Pharaohs;' has   been"'. announced. . The ���������  --���������-,--���������; *  tlisi-Varerers stty it. aatay be the e-trliest ;  lotaib ever found itil-Ogypt.   ���������'-- j  The lind was?'madefi;)y ' Cecal .'Piriii, ���������  a.oniorrQw, v.lticji^would, paralyze labor!  i o t la e ex I. en t i lut t I ,ha ve meai ti oned-r- '���������  10.500.000 days of labor, likely to b*. |  jost --- i I; woill a I be a la t iientable fsi Liaaa- j  tion.-;. Yo,t,.w.e, .now face this yer>���������'[  situaii'ori every day in Lho-yeaav- ���������'���������"  "We  would  be  acting wisely jC'We-'  a bill  of  bill-sticking   expenses,   42   lire,   to'  '?Signor Giovanaii Pisaino, Pisa."  After that the publicity intinager atf  Venice   Town   Hall   received   a  letter:  which   l'ead: -.-.,-���������.--, ..'.. '!  .. "Sir���������-Somebody, .1 .see. ,has paid the!  bilt  for the reconstraic'tlon of my pul- '  roaanal?  -, .���������������������������.���������;���������.-*   -.���������,:  ���������John Milton.  Kvery man iias iwb ;:higels,-t7one oaa  is left-  on his  writes it doAvn and  seals it, ybecauge what is; -?|>iice, fweli  done is done lorever. When lie: .does  evil, the angel on his .left" shoulder  Avaites it down,, but doe?s aiot seaTit.  lie wailes until midnight? , If, befoa*e  that time, the avian bows his head and  says, '"Gracious , Allah! 1 have sinned;  forgive ane" the angel rubs il out; but*  if not,,, tbon at midnight..he. seals the  record,' and the angel upon the right  shoulder weeps.���������Pei*sian.  who has 'been conducting- excavations \ pooled our- ahlei-esls aaal-'-jitta'tnted this \ pi(.;_ x assaare you thai. 1 did not pay.  ���������is'  lar  unnecessarily - dis- i  iat behalf of the  Antiquities     Depart- ; enen.y which  -Went, of the iCgyjailan .eovernrncnf, at j ahjang stiela-a large proportion of oni  Sakkara.ya .viihage ..tiwit 'ihVv rta'ans. ..of j'ji'enple.-       -    .   ���������'?  ; ��������� ��������������������������� .  ^'f���������pnl.p.has.:;.'.Npalv,;S4!t.ka.|'"a���������: is , the 'fain-1  on* ;Step.-:t*yruuiid-r .helieyed to. he the !  aildi'sl.?ot-the I%gysdi!in pya*;maads. The .  lo  contain naiany  tiaairiin*'  "f   Giovaamt Pas.'iho? tbe"'son of thfia.  Kicoht   Pisatio,  avIio?" is     styled     'the  fiather   of  liataan   sculptors,* "liv������Sd   in i ih* Moscow.       lie     ofllcial.etl     at  ighiice Ghabiri,    hang-ihan    fpa*.  tlao  late. Czar Nicholas of fJiissia.', is  dead  6m  ���������'tomb is  said  ft^al tires.  ,^"; Tli'o "^-vvYage   eiiVnt'i' '  fehoss to  hhinie if oa.  Toast?1' lias'"  ���������������*"  ���������S  3  ��������� "My alteulion lias been called to ��������� the flesh bi-tiweeti X250 autl flae early  the fact thai money is paid for this i taqO's.' "I had believed"'myself io 'be  I hi ng" anyway. If is staled, on a care- !'3lo(. ntnf tilive. anal lliought' .-til Italians  raal"������������������bstt'ln-iiite". 'ilaait $270,000,000 is ' the j ]{n������,w that. Put I. fln������l there Js'^oiaae-  lotial   yearly cost, of Inslittttiotial  care! ono   \n   Veatice -Avhtrdoes wu   know."  v:'''";v'S()rii'tViS'ih*'i:'eV*';'sbTn'^ia^ '"���������'��������� :'''*'''J:''tdiL-_f?::.?^f?:i^  pockt.d.s  (i|: st-ane  of aa.-*,  there  laas   lo  year.  executions,   received   )?2,500   annually,  aaad a'bo'aaus of ,f":">0 for each, haaaging.  "VVs *������r.oui_i������F;f,--s-B-Sy . that  Wrigley's has ae. place at the  ���������wedding ceremony, butintia-ries -  of ������������������ rktrert'-'-or "'���������when--'"you';-havVJ-a  trying ordeal to face ��������� use  Wrigley'. new DOUBLE  MINT-i  Peppermint.  WT casa _y  Maybe This Contains*/* ������  A JHint For You  cotne.  every  snna   ol" money   to  "irt 'lih'e  a.;ou*ftti*y.v  tliat   treanendous }  oari- for the illness t  Loneliness of the Great  iTi'  $'  ->���������':���������  ���������'j't ���������  Gares  of   Responsible   Position   Crowd'  f. .fOut Intimate Associations        ,f  ,  Prehiier Baldwin of    ("treat    Ihilfiln.  ffl-'?   i'v''-''|'''^i**s .i������i|tt'li;-;*1,tJ'?^il������pt?biii:ad  ot loiae*i>  y   1,0t   ttri.en.  taphO'iliativiu  in Wt a-qp'oiiiit siaeeieii ;  tjViat wi^Tayfiliefpiissiiiii;:;-:' i)hf;fir|itrs    ]*ie ]  C^els      (=)x!.raariely      loticly.y;? ; ;pitai*at:iyl'j, i  (Olaalstohe/V Tilncoln,   N������iiiail.eon,   <'rom;-J  ���������\Vidl   anti?''  (iia'rlyle ; all    Voiced     I nth!  Function    Took*"-Place    Two    Nights   .s(>nti.nieaal.   Milton   was   a   lonely   IIg- ]  ������������������������������������'���������   "'''���������-"Previous tD  Battle '    | tiro while wrll'tng ,his gn^Hest worttM. j  II.   Olalfield   Pox  writes   in   John  o' | 'Phese   nindern     dictators.     Mtissolijti i  l.ondonV    Weekly:     "l.aady    Augusta j ||M<! <1o i{iVa-r:t. aro    pitiful    in    Iho.lr  Kiiiio's   li'ooU   of   reiuini������ca-nceH,   "Chit-; 1olH>lln().,H.>   lo|.   ,|ir,     cures     of     sttial. I  V.!>n'i'VW^ out     of     ilaolr     lives |  '"' "'"  '���������"'-" -������������������--���������"���������-'-������������������  ���������--"-  ^**"*    <.:tn-i*lsiied   asHoaialtoits.    -    Kingston ;  tT w'l'"etiuh'l   lart'veiif eVeil two "pei1"  cent,   ol'   lhal   we  would   stive *jai,otiey.  .ii... i'-v-.'^',---'        ���������������>.*,���������: '-������������������      z>-:s)������������������'���������<       ���������"' ''  ;.tr   wo?'were   able   to   stayye  ,^'ent., >Vf������J'woitid,native  m;ueli-k'ijioi'li).'' ??*?  'Q} The Famoiis "Waterloo pall" \$  Nights  m  Mrs. Edward Jones  Anllicg,   Ont.���������"I   havo    Itiketi  Pica'co's  l^ivtarile  l*i*osci*iplion  niul  Dr.  waui  ;;,, grcnliyvlicnciitiul by (lie use til" U;. My  '. hnbi* iveiKhiNl $\)-$ IIks,  vvheri lioha. ������T  i..  I bitak thisPi*eHf5i'i|iluUi is the Iwvd". remedy  IU1 on the nmrlfot ttaiel 1 hope it wall -help  ?��������� ol her poor women Uio wiuin ais it tllal ano.  ?'���������   I ������!iin'l, say enoiuxh lor the icooil w<n*lc l)i".  !''��������������� Pierce is'iloing,"���������Mrs.  l-'alwainl .ItincH,  ;';'���������      You'll .Mt������t>ai i'crl bet ter tl' you rolatiain  ���������il  I hit  Prescrifvtaon at your nearest .Irnpc  * ���������!. ndoro,, in j tablet i������'or liquid; oi'j nenatiOo  "'-' to "Da*   J*ioa,ee'H'',l-fibaimloiy--������ir 'Hrictajo-  3������ing, Qui ���������} I'oi; UjhI jik(4 ui it'ilnultn'  wj'im tad' hfill- bh--ihe failfihl: before Wa-  ie"rl,i,io,f "liaa- .rimctipia gc-nerally known  as ������������������'nti>' VVilieiioo Ihall,'' look' pface^  not tan the night preceillng Waterloo,  ,ltil\ 17, hill on (ho iih.hi of the IHtli.  The name Is .hiHlllted however, be-  -enipie'' <u'ti,,, i������iit.ile til' ' .Qitati'^lii'iiH,'  which'.tponed Ibe Wiiierloo eaiiapsilgii  ho lui" aw WflliiiKton'H aia'tny waH.fioia-  ceined, was I'otiudit on 1 he foHowItiK  thi>'. Tlie dtinee was held at the  IndalaiKTs of l.he I Machefas of tlichnioilu  nt lU'iiasels, niul iht',al,iike himsoll Ayate.  prc.'-'t ill'."' - ���������  ���������      ���������      ' ���������:  W'hlK ^taudiinl.  U*  J\'.  11177  "And ho, ,\'()ti Ha>e, children, il'������  itijj;ht in Aust rtillii ni>\v," concluded  a In* icai-her.  Tllen    Itobbh*   hatpilred:    "l.-t   ll  iiIkIiI <iir t<������traoi*ro\v nlftlit'V"  lam  The Oil of Power.���������11 Is aaol flalnied ,  for |)r, Thomas' I'Jeleeirle Oil tlml.il;  will rctneily ovary ill, but Its UHefs j  aire so viii-Iouh that il. may he looked ���������  aipon as ���������'! pra^neral pttln killer. II. laiiM |  achieved lhat. axreafiioss for Itself ami j  lis excellence is known io all, who-  hstvc lesled Km vlrluea itnal h^iiiitid |  by  experlenc������������. '    !  P.i'iausc   a   prtvip-'rou--,   haba-viln/.Hcr  ut   (nle^hiiinj I'-nMhind, rinayed  behlanl  the  coaanlV'r, sitial   in     1 (������r������1     sold    his j  shop,   dlsiiibiilinK   tla..   nioanay   atuopfc j  ihe poor, he was known as  Iho "Maid  Halter."     Ileiici.   Ihe phrase,  ".Mail i(H \  a hailaM." ���������     i  'PollteneMH  alaalhir iiiitp r  faoniel lutes  the   wire.  befci'irt?'' '(ho.  The  Is  10  'bew.tr' way  at-dc ror it.  not  1a>  obtliln   pi-iiIhc  FLASHLIGHTS  St3 BATTERIES  -������........������....... 1........������  -���������������������������" ,,������. .i.,,.~��������� <-J������mu- y   ������������<j������   H^tMi* ���������������_-  Kill w.aili with  Minard'd LInim_n>..  tssss  esses  WlWrtWWt-lll^ptmWIilWl  'isssssssss su^ajaj^ai'-i^  II  ���������ii  TSSE ���������S&_SOT������1.  KSVSB^  SULPHUR and MOLASSES  Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges  jr%w r*_p>_C"_r������Bf������o  mjr%m*-M*ZM M tt_������  ��������� _**^_"*t������j__i___# __���������"���������*������__'������  *fi>-vr4KC_e jr_._bf������ __������  tea at the  rectory  SO ft9 ������������*. few, ������_"*>J  whist the  W.A.  w^ changed: from Thursday to Tuesday afternoon, anal enjoyed a cash  intake of 08.  ���������nit  -������   X__l   o>nw Store for Specials f^  Hfifih''  ORISIOH DRBI & book mm  .65),    WiKS   SSSQw   wis  Easter vacation with her psr^ssfcs, 2Sf������  and Mrs. _-������vN* Holmes, .etamed t������  Burton on Monday, where she id In  charge of the school.  STi^WBKBitYPivAiras���������PorimleVaB.  San strawberry plants, from unfruited  stock, guaranteed true, and free frbn.  weevii and other pet-la, $? per IGQO. _U  Littlejohan, Erickson.  Sirs. S. K. Furbea and young daugi}-j  ter arrived on Tuesday from Central  Butte, Sask., to join Mr. Forbes, who  has just assumed the management of  the Bank of Commerce.  ���������B*8������������ mrtnmcp iumtSa  flinH   *vt   SSi.  en's Church,  under the direction of  Mrs. H. McaLftrera, wero favored with  quite a good turnout at the-r^uster.-?  tea and sale of cooking on Saturday,  at whioh i&e Is$ts-ko was close to 93S&.  1 Fred ByekmPM?'r Indian constable of  Crasiuf-ooK, was lierw^on an official  visit at the end of tho "week. He  states that his mother, who has been  seriously ill. is that town for soooo  weeks past, shows little signs cf������ iarra-  nrovesbent.  in _%nta_3n_? ssn. fis������<l fg*kia__ <2������WB_ the big.  canvas covering.  Alvias Perkkis, the -well known piano  1 *������ .������.  - <-Mtr������t*_  tlS-'M'BK'a  SpDuu   5  week  on   a."'  eu.���������. ������ranbsook   i-lsas  slays' tier������ thte  business   visit,    S>ne to  '���������_"_t***>B?    _5_.*K - 1M*5-S*sift-ift  he  anticipated  t_e -avas late an a_*Bv.__fjr at Oreston but  announces that he will hn here early  in October���������starting .������ ,*_��������������� work at the  from a holiday-trip east.  GEO. H. KEIiliY  isi  suw-dav. mar %  S3ilT}A-���������������8 and 10 30 a.m.  UANYON���������&O0 ������.m.  ���������?ll-SSTOK->7,i������~p.���������-  ngrstWEO mum fob sale or rekt  StaVaere ranc.1 at Duck  acres cleared and about  Kteawberries; good house.  Mev-������m^tnoa Si-mar, B.C.  Creek, five  ao  acre in  Apply Jas.  Local and Pe-rsora&I  Tomato seedlings for sale.   Richard-  son. Erickson.  A start  has  beautlfiasation,  .aft stfQjfe -  gteS*.Srj=s    Out  Victoria Avenue this week.  tsssss   made  Chairman  comnmeo, hiin  SSsSv'sls  at village  McCreath  it   WTW  A. Manuel 3s &  Kelson this week.  bustnest- visitor at  -.������.*-������.  S89.  C. Blau% Oaiayon.  e  ^%B_-^_l-t  M3XK PRICES:  JEBSEY 7 Quarts for $1  HOI-STEIN.lOQ-aaHs for $1  W-sf^ _^br new Milk Prices  NEW  WESTERN  **Non^Crossiveff  REMINGTON  "Kleanbore" .22  ���������Goat For Saub���������Youngf Saanen  doe, fresh.   C Blair, O������oycn.  The Cbrast Ohnrch committee will  meet on Sunday evening after service.  C. Dewar, carshier at the Imperial  Bank, spent tbe weekend with friends  in. Kelson.  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton epent a few  days with Nelson friends at the first  of the .week.  Ohseff  constable   Qaannaon     of  tbe!  ppovtncia1 pn3icv. Nelson, was here on  as niuieial visit Tuesday.  Albert Stewrart was ������ business virsi-  s������rat Neisott & coaple oi days this  week, leaving: on Monday.  The Bishop of Kootenay will hold a  confirmation service at Christ Church  on Tuesday. May 10, at 7.KX  We &,?& now booMarair? orders for  Tomatoes. OabbaRe, CauiitSower, "Celery, and assorted Slower plants, for  spring planting- Place your orders  early.   Cook's Greenhouse, Creston.  R. A* Comfort nf the Creston Dairy  has placed the'.osMSer. for his Ice er-ea**������  making equipment, which will be here  in time to enable him to start supplying the local trade early next month.  Miss   Marion   Swanson,   a  former  advance work in B.C. for the 183?  Chautuaqua and is expected to be in  Oreston   fer   organization  about May  _������th.  Osborne Bell and Dean Peairs of  Kelloffg. idaho, were weekend guests  of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs,  J. A. Bell. Jim Burnett of Burke,  Idaho, was also home for the weekend.  Dr. Allan, provincial veterinarian,  was here os* as o_SeiH������ visit last wesk������  and made an inspection of the herd at  Creston dairy all of which he found  entirely free of tuberculin. 24 head  were esamised.  HAVE  ARRIVED  I have them in Shorts,  jLongs and Long Rifle.  No  advance in  price.  Ernest P������ul������ ledgerkeeper   at   the  COniSllBFW', ~ trao   S   ������v������crk������nd  visitor with hits friend. Hep?. Smith At  the Rainbow Ranch, West Creston.  The two had a ga eat day with the bass  on Sunday, accounting for e catch of  20 big ones.  v", M. Baack of Winnjpeg, Man.,  who T&&3 bee.*; 3*H!!*isd chsirEQain of the  board of direction under the new  Fruit Marketing Act, was here on  Tuesday When he addressed & laargely  attended growers meeting in Speers*  Hall in the afternoon.  Shipments of day-old chicks from  the  Mc Alpine  and   Bradley  poultry  fttims are  prominent  is   the express  business at Creston thesse dayss golri^ _  out ut the sate   of 500  a   week.   Thej  shipping of hatching   eggs   is heavier  than usual this spring.  A quiet wedding was solemnized on  Saturday, Aprii 16th?,. at Holy Cross  rectory,, when Mr rat Downey of  Creston and Miss Jean Wood of  Wynndel were united in marriage,  Rev. Fr. Cullinan officiating. The  ytaang couple were attended by Miss  Florence Waudd and Mr. Ted Coulson.  Creston Valley Rod and Gun Club  has just been officially -advised that  the trout fishin g season will open in  Goat Biver. Arrow Oreek, Cor-r* Creek  and Meadow Creek, Kftchener, on  jS������ay 2-th.' As ita the p������st three eseiis-  ons fishing in Summit Creek will-nob  be legal until July 1st. In Kootenay  L-ake tbe open season starts at May  1st.    -  Tfi-a Start in Life  ���������^   ip*-.; ���������h-   B^ ___j*y *-55T j-i-taafta-g  and CHICKS raised on  Omh)ie9s Scratch Feed  will be the lJLYmtS&  uest imSS.     XS-*SIi us������  Follow ^"ith  ���������the "trials is done.  Garden and Fisid ~  FABSSERS'SUPPLY DEP0T  CHAS. M1TRREU,  Ne������/ Stock  V m iyi-fTi_ W fcjvJH^**!  160VERNIIENT UQUQA ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  the Uqutryr Cantrol Hoard for a liconao  vat  on J  riasus  on auoe wemiBcrj.  X>i_tl>dtlila"afOrth dayotMnirch.lOOT.  . Notice ts hereby Klvarjai that on tho 4th day of  May next the nn4orHt_rftetl lnteaidia to apply to  ���������-   *    - - -i n. liconao ua roe-  _.     _     . _ ._    ot tho huildtnix  owaa������tho MoCoanSU Hotel, eltuatoat Kia>  chcia������r. H.C,, upon the lands Aescaribed aa "uot  Tharco (S). Block Throo (8}. Kitchener Towtaalto,  NeiaQa Muid Eteglstnit-lun Dlntrlet, In tho Province of "Britlaih C^lumblaau for the eale of beer hy  the ghum or by the open bottlo for commmpUon  " "       tlaeau  ANGKUA TLUZSOJTO.  WAfMR  Notice of Application for the  Approval of Plans  T_.tf.tt ntfttieo ������Ai_vt. (OrriXHkon li������(_t.rmatEon Corn-  of wator from Goi-t litver taaidaor application for  lloMiitie for _i������Woij]������ie vnuVcur purmMi������, whtoh.  ~laA in tho B-'fflcn or thn  i "WetcT  Heeov/.et at Nelaaora on the littlt day of Novera-  twsr. lGStO,  The wator In lo be dlvoarted from the Hi.t-X  uirc<iutn oo K.EL 14 Tn. 8, Koot������na������y. for pur-  txmaot troolwnktion or a portion of tkaeJCcibto-  Tbe idaa- and ���������aaMHtLtaohtloiaiii ot tho ssiA work*  have been tiled In til* oiHoe of the Uomiittolleir,  itad dupalnttttu* of waoli paani* and ������p������ola1oat4oiiu  w_iter  wppen to IrftujM>olu*  r n*border at Kel������o  yotioua umy ha NliMl  .rib:  rol(_ia-t������nd      _.  mom in, the ottto*of thai  inait  0f1  ���������OttleoUotifi      _           at any tlrraai pHor lo the expiration of thirty  Akv-i Mfter tli^ nmt. rna"bil<H������.tu������ii of thl������ aaotlee,  ai ne altulo i������r lhe> tarm, -psa**j|������cai(.ion or tmio not/Nra  Is April IB, lt_27.  CHW-ft-N 3mOi������AJ9ATfOyi C0*MFA!N V,  Br A. T* W0f2m*lJoOtt. Aitxint.  Mass Hose -Cherrington got back on  SYfcdaiy last from an Easter week holiday viait with Cranbrook friends.  Fob- Sa_-_s���������Barrel spray pump, good  for X00O trees, never used, cost S40 and  going at ^25.   Geo. Davie, Canyon.  ���������  Sm_.wB������-$Rf -   Pi_A"N,rs ��������� Parson's'  Beauty plants for sate.    87 per 1000.  A. Cox, Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding),  Creston.  House Fob Sax_b;���������Five-room house  on two lots on Fifth street, or will  rent  to   reliable   party.   H.   8.    Mf-  Ci-eath. Creston.  Charlie Bue*h left a few doys ago for  the Whitewater mane in the Lardeau  couaatiy. where he will be again employed this season.  For Saxjs���������Gold C������sin potatoes, for  need or eating, 91.60 sack delivered.  Also ia Woodyatt lawn mower, $���������.������Q.  P. Boffey, Creston.  Grapxss���������For sale, Italian grape  vine, fine ond heaalthy^ 80 cents per  root, or reduced prices for quantities*  S. Piaracaizxo. Siroar  Miss J. Carrie, of the high school  teaching staff at Fernie, was 6 visitor  with Mrr. K. Stevens a few days at  the end of the week.  The Women's Institute expect to  hold their annual bulb display on Saturday, Mtiy 7th.. Watch for posters  And advt. next week.  Itt. Key. Bishop Kidd of Calgary  will administer the rite of confirms  tion at Holy Cross Church, At 10 a.m.,  S-iturdty. April SOth. .  Miss Nadine Bell left at the first of  the week for Kellogg, Idaho, where  she will make a month's visit with her  sister, Mrs, Billy Hull.  The secretary of the Kootenwy Lake  Hospital, Kelson, expresses thanks to  the children of the Anglican Sunday  Schools at Creston and GSrickson.  Mrs. Sheriff Doyle of Nelson was a  visitor here nt tho weekend with her  daughter. Miss A. Doyle. Sho waa on  her way home from n holiday visit attt  Mr., Mrs. and Miss Mary Goodwin  and Mm. C. Cotterlll were visitors  with Bpoknne friends a fewdaya ant  tht������ ���������end of .eaet week, Essalslnf; ths* trip  by motor*  Mrs. J. W. and Miss Margeory  HnmUtoiri, M1r������ Hardy snd Principal  Mc*Lellan were motor callera at the  env.il of the week at Spokane, returning  on Sunday.  CrAnbrook Herald: Mitts Phyllis  Orolghton, formerly ttmohrrr ntCreo-  ton, but now on tho ������ttaff of tbe  Itoglna soBiooIm, ptutauxl through the  city on Saturday last on her way to  &pt>feana, and to oapftote-tB to visit fin  CrHnliirook on Biar Hhiiturtni the latlintr  pa������rt of tiii.H week.  Bepor-s -srelJ^snaing to eonse iss af  some damage as a resnit of the cold  weather encountered at the first half  of last week.- In some districts peora  have been hit, nnd peaches and apri-  -cote ������se also damaged.'  The plasterers are at work this week  on tbe interior   of  the   new   Creston  Mare. T. E*yt!e and Mr_u 3������ W. Hobls.  ���������son were in . Nelson a couple of days  the latter part of the week attending  the Kootenay-Bouudary convenion of  the Women's Missionary 6ocie_.es of  the United Church. Mrs. Robinson  was appointed a delegate to attend  the provincial W.M.S.  convention at  Drug & Book Store premises next the "fche coasfc������  Speer-** store, and Mr.  to be occupying   -the  Kelly expects  new   quarters  before -the middle of May.  Kimberley Press: Mrs. R. 8. Nelson  and family will sail from England on  April 22nd. on their return to Canada  after a year's visit with Mrs. Nelson*������  mother at Perth, Scotland; they will  visit with a sister in Ontario en route  to join Constable Nelson in Kimberley.  The first daya of the week had real  summer flavor, the mercury hitting  76 in the shade on Tuesday. The heat  has brought on the first flood stage in  the ������oat Rever which is beginning t������  flood the flats. The dust nuisance ia  also very much in evidence on village  streets.  W. Morrow has the contract for the  earection of a. commodious new residence for Matt. York and is at work on  its erection on a site nest the house at  present occupied by Mr. York on Barton Avenue. Across the street excavating is under way for the a fully  modern new home which wilt get  under construction immediately for F.  C. Rodgers.  At the meeting of  the Chautauqua  i^u������.*a,catGrs en _.n::reday night it wtas  decided to have this year's four days  of education and entertainment In at he  Grand Theatre instead of the big  brown tent. In addition to being  appreciated by ticket holders the  change will cut out the work entailed  Harness  Second Hand S'tor������ in  connection  Shoe and Harness MepisiHg������&f  TEKBERS FOR FUHUtf*SE  TliSBK- Ui ttlUPUHT  M.m <-���������_���������__������������������������_������������������������������  W ���������������������XB8HI9  SBlAl^DTHNT>EBSfoptheparusJ--*asecifth������  above menttoneq, addreased ***IlemIo_-t_brPar-  ohose of Timber.** will be reoolvod hy the aroder-  t-dsned np to and .ncladin������ 12 o'clock Coon on  the 10th Say of May. 1-07. , .'   ��������� .  The Timber for"aue "bein|:--he B_toaaaaaaeaN_am  hers 7146 and 711S, oontftlraing appTa_t-_n-*Ael]r  Ten MilLloa Feet and inoh������al-v a small 2kOll  Plant on the nound. It is f-dt^aiated at CSainp  IJster. near Creston, B.O., and cms Sho anewet.  at any tSsas ss aps!icsit!cEi to Mr= Jr ������?r������. Caaran  lister, Tradirag ������ Saoplr Cojnp___7," C������__#  idater, B.C. '  TBStMS.Cash: or eash wfith da*creed imt-  mente satlafoctory to ImbA -ctettlement Board,  may be arranged. Oheqiie equal in ataotint to  "    _>ceo*_.otmd*miiJsKA<M������������mnsati*7c^  heat or any: tender not nooeasar'n'y aooeptecL,  _638ape*riOT8t������*49et.  Vlctoiia,B.O  m  EXCELLENT VALUES IN  lf.'.?'iiiBr.wKi������.inai������  :a'i:_.iur. uif,i������B-_-B  mm^^J^im  sas-i  DRESS LENGTHS, consifttiiw of Voiles  ^f*m _r_ap _*i   _i    m% _i   a2"_i .y ?  "-���������L*Br������p������t5Sj fl-vaOttOCEOfjClSj' cE-tlCi  1^8tyOaaS  Make your selections while our mngo is complete.  Potter's English Prints  Latest patterns, and colors all gnaratiteod fisist.  We have also a l&irge range of  ***o__r     il.        Ml j**-n #       |������ *_*^* # **jg ii.   ft^df^ ~    'sis  W-tsliwcill'-uuftgnctraBy ^o in* widCp m WJiCm per y&ra  This is the ideal goods for children's wear*  Dry Bonds


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