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Creston Review Jul 1, 1927

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Array ^   ^  S^__Slffi���������������a*_  te6-,rs-gsa- r���������.__ -ni--  ������**  gfJEPS^f''",  _ ���������*���������*  J-  J  t,-^  "S__S'?S3^^^'/^ *������  ?.^;  Vol XDL  ���������^cr  CRESTOH. B. C, FJ1IDAY, JOTrir ls IS2?  IK&fSO  jai  ���������-ff Bm*v8/8t\at&  Mrs* Haree ������r., of Creston, was, a  visitor L������8t ������feek,o. guest of Mff3.3acks.  Miss Carol Hetme of Vancouver haa  just arrived on an extended holiday  visit with her brother, Harry, at the  ranch here.  *&.ss* -asS Miss Hssel Hobtien left ������i  Sunday fog* Vancouver* where they  will visit friends and relatives "this  month.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Cnwiey and family  of igiteJ.en-if'AS&non residents off j_.l_t,  ter, occupying tho house on the Jack  Head ranch. Mr. Cowley wttl been  the Putnam, Fainter & Staples,, eslli  crew. ' " '���������  John Finlay was a  Monday night  visitor air 2-eison* where he   wae ira  attiendanee &t  the/ concert  the Ausrailian band. ��������� .*  r*  and Alice Demehnls, Polly  ask! -Alsiha Hopkins took  their departure for Wynndel on Son-'  day, where th-fy are jou the berry  picking staff at Mrs. Paul Hagen's  ranch, y  Jack Beard arrived fronts Ireland on  Sfciday. aaad will be making aa ������stead-  e$ stey with his brother. W. K.  Beard, of __4ster.  iss^edajs to JShs scholars I������ k eon-sect-on  ���������With tf-e'Cfonfed-OTtian, Jubilee cele-  '' i&ra&loi}.   S?Sbce~������l.s������s  opened with a  -programme of readings and reciations  fOiiOWeCi -with  .aae   gtViug Out  _.m <-_>^  ������M.   Wlti  Jubilee jrro^Tras^  -_sns_w  a _=%--������.*���������������  honor rolls and. announcement of  promotions, the*trustee board being  represented by Mrs. Fred'lowers and  John Bird. The honor roll winners  were: Proficiency���������John Bird. Deport*  EHBBt���������Ir������*aafs vre-isiaviiig- Heguiarity  and Punctuality���������Charles Malthouse,  who has captured this hnser .for the  fourth "year in e_toeessio������r������  Pupils advanead aee. fifrom Oradej  ] 7 to 8���������Charl<B3 Mslthouse. Grade 6 to \  7~P*ggy Smith. Bill Yei bury, Wallace Sinclair, George Mitchell, Neddie  Saal&is, j?������SE5_ *Os.S53s-������~. Es-ysse 'WsI8=  spring. Grade 4 to S���������E_eah Gannady.  Grade 3 to 4���������Frank ITerhury. Junior  Promotions ���������Kirk   Beard,     Randall  -_-K _-_ (Smith, Douglas Sinclair, Cyrille Bird.  K.ye-8 -������_r-?*������������.���������_,���������, ������>���������, *>*_j : ������*_*^,. -_������.  --���������.a-.tt-Ugg grunuo, ukm/b   auvruuwuui.  Those -making  perfect   attendance  for    June   were  <rr_.AK!������    atts������.Mawoi>  ^Sr. injj^t.     .sags.-���������.ss-g.s,  Irene Welfspririg, Gilbert McCullough,  Gladys McCullough; Frank McCullough-  Wi  Given ade^l feather Creston's  observance of tlaya" sixtieth anniversary of Canadian Confederation  urOuiiBoS ts prc^de Valley citizens  a day's outing ^nsiderably superior  to i^yt^si^ ������f tfe������ gor& ever  **&n������  and  -dhA.t-A  SS-  Charles .Maltbcuse,  V9  E������SSS  A J&ne Bride  A pretty June wedding was that of  Xlt.6Bao..tiD@ see. imiu*������-6e*3t.iu  lister acreage with the sale of the former Ftanb May place (Yale Columbia  camp) to J-wa, Davis of aCreston. It is  expected he will make it a feeding  ground for his cattle ������������_.  Mratdsay- st the  *. %,*&* -UftvrSi*. *&  1 BttS_3-pt.  The va_������jy aHrs^featni-a of the day  will bs the sssaple tree p!aat4ng at  the Bohool jgroiiijd, for which alt  pupils as-s . _&k^ to be ��������� at the  school - prompt at 12.15. ' This  event -wili'oonslst of th������ aefttinj? out  of a 3iuu-ber of -ss.pies so con-n-ena  *.d-~.      C->a      jl������n       lAtiyuwiui       C������������t-      <ft   jaw  w*V^0 ,#������������.*.        -������������.*y   ^       ������^K������a������v������v^rm������ ^^r ~~   ������-*..-  minutes' talk by "Major . Mallandaine, and at 12.Su the pnpils will  march otT to tlie soldiers'' moim  ment to -take the!-** place in the  procession that i^ves tho me__.or-  ial s%t 1 P-as. lo_>* SxbibittoE. Pe.ri_.  Prominent in tlie f parade ^ill i>e  the Jubilee Quebiayand her -attend  ssatsV-'w!-������ *s?ill .h^ cosjveyed da sa  appropriately dseorated f!os4_,  The parade will halt at the platform at the fair grounds, where  the band will reader "Q Canada,"  with   all   present   joining:,   in   its  the  canujS���������f_-vtG-i *o__ie:ais -stat-e that  ticket selling at Wynndel has been  izoing at top speec) the past week*  and that all'three candidates aro  closely bunened- and it < Will most  likely be the one to figure in the  ticket sales .' on Friday  ins that w^il! earr^- off first  prise -which will be a wrist watch,  -svatb & Kodak and gold pin to go  to the first and second attendants  tif the queen at her coro-.-.tios.  Creston brass  band  of eighteen  musicians  neill dispense    music at  ������gujTua  _._._    . .  ,m  %>a.TB i5_T_������*__������^_Bes ������...  ca������������a vuv  Women's Institute and Presbyterian X-adie's Aid have made arf aage-  mentato  supply all tbe needs in  rvi _~<=e.---s9-j mi  er providing a rest room- at their  booth in the fair building;  In she eveiiiisg there will be a  display of-fireworks which will be  set oiF as soon as darkeness begins  to      appear   ������a&      t&������ ._ X#3ss-oat  All are glad to see Ottl. Ost������rbi.ek  again and are hoping his return to old  time good health will be speedy.   He  is feeling asset,  improved  but  have to   take  things  easy  weeks. -.  PHsteig*! leaks left on  the coast  where  he  will  spend  the  summer vacation, and hia popularity  .ra-S*K fcjiio nnnSh memm  xritr*v*ftnaixff.i&hr%ii?*.  at the closing e_eercietes when? a vote'  of thanks was tendered hitn for his  work. He went away by auto, travelling via Spokane,, and was accompanied by Frtaipal and Mrs. Smith of the  ������!_j._ ���������.������w^������ "  estrone- wmsvnmm.  ?en_i������tio!U oar. M*. ��������� \j. -uaoi-xrisis.-  will then deliver the Jubilee  address in which Canadian history  before and since Confederation will  be sketched, -and- then will come an  n-_?d the Hs&ien  The committees it? charge of tbe  E_is-er-HuBcroft Confederation Jubilee  eelebratioQ at th*? Sausctoft s^cersatios  grounds today have things well lined  up and given -favoraible weather the  outing should prove successful and  enjoyable in every respect.  Lister school  had  the   customary  Leonard T. vI_eveoiue, Brickson,  when Ihejr neice. Mitts Hilda Thomas,  was'  united  in   nmwiago   with"Mr.  Frank    Bt.    Weeder   of   ISd-nonton^  AlbsrSa,    Bev. J. Hetdfinas ofBciated,  and the happy event  was   wltnesssvl  by*a company of relatives and friends  of the contracting parties,   who took  the marriage  vows  under a   tastily  will!-arranged floral arch.   The bride, who  afar a few! was given away by Mr. .ueveque. was  -.   ^i attired in-powder biue crepe de chine  1^agi7^|^rai-_i^:Jwi__-r-8^^^ia������^ * l^'^Ss;  * "carried akbapqnet.of American Beauty  ffosss. The bridesmaid was Miss Jaae  l.ai-g, who was gowned in {react, crepe  de chinp and caxried a  b--a]uet of pink  roses.   Mr, C. W. Allan supported the  groom*     Following the ceremony  a  buffet luncheon was served and early  in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Weeder  left by auto  for Nelson, intending to  motor over the Nel_on<j9poka-.e highway for a stay in -the latter city,  and  to return via Kingstage nnd the Banff'  Windermere highway to their home  near   EEdmonton,   where   the groom  farms  on    an   extensive  scale.   Tbe  bride's travelling   gown   was of tan,  with hat to mate!..   The groom*!, gift  to the bride was a  diamond  otuddei  . Miss Mttdred Andeen, who has taken  JBret year high school work at Creston  the past term, returned home, Friday.  Mrs. O. 5.e!eo������- ������_%_. dfMsgfhters- Qto*a  and Blsie. - left on Monday for Wynn.  dt*U where they are on the strawberry  packing staff at that point.  !_. McXeer and wife and B_trB.O*Merr*  of Porthili were renewing Kitchener  acqaaist-.-:c8t_- en Sattardayft^^ME. ssd  Mrs. J? Atkinson, of %h& sasa& |osa.  motored in the same day.  SiieSseisfers sep^6sentati,ra3 at tlie  dance at Wynndel on Saturday were  Iglea Tgeijukp Kelson and Frits Molan-  der������  Mis8 Katbyleen- Porter, teacher of  DivfaSon 2. -uqd Miss Grace Resdall,  principal of Satehe_ie-f*"_H-l.ooi, lew oa  Baturday for their homes iaa ������eIowB.  A. I-ePage, who has been working  at the Ten mile Camp at Tarrye,  returned hosEse -on Tuesday.  J. F. Belanger ~ _yEtd wife of Cranbrook have arrived to take charge of  the  Sash   & Doc?   Gosspssy disldfr  field on   Main, street.    There will ������9������m.  be  ors-������s>nd, sor  showing- of pictures at the  hUsh & special fa!s__ has  been secured, and there. will be a  dance in the Grand theatre bail-  room for which Fredrick's renowned five-piece dance orchestra has  been secured and ta wbioh tbe ad  -fniftsias -wiii be ^ per ������M.i_*p!e������  which Micludes supper.  Jubilee affairs  will  be fittingly  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson, Mrs. E_  Driffil and T. TiwsreBon -were motor  esHers oa Oreston friest^. .Wedaes^  day.  Provincial police H.   McLaren  o'S  ^Preaton made bis usual weekly casaU on  Wednesday.   W.   Moore   of   JSelson  was    a between   trains,   caller    on  Sussiiaif*  Miss Bather Nelson left on Sunday,  [for Wynndel, where she is packing  afternoon 1 strawberries   for    She   Co-Operativ������  appfOpFi&iw H.Jf 4M*������ **+f'  people. -    '       -  The next event wiSi be the crown.  i-its i*i da* ar.d sacaeat v form of the  Jubilee Queen, which function is  being given elaborate attention by  the~'cbmpetition committee. This  will be followed by a parade of tbe  concluded   on   Sunday     _       .  ^    .        .       .   .  , , *   ..      .������     .  .  ���������* F������^it Growers Association.  when   a   service   of  thanksgiving] ������������������������.  decorated  ottra   ������>-i-t  IIHO  c_ m c������������ \asu*f������  closing excrcisea on Friday morning  when educational effort ceased for t he  summer vacation, the special feature  of  which  was   the   presentation  of  9  *������  (j C y *$p Q23 (Jot 0, wBl te 9  1988  wrist"watch.- whilst the bridesmaid  was remembered with a filagree silver  bow knot brooch, and the. best man  received a pair of goid cuff links.  Many handsome wedding gifts  bespoke the 'popularity of Mr.  :and'yV Atrs.V���������'.' -Weedair,. ���������, -y-virho have J;  the eeafc wisher o?n'-wii of'frf-j-gsda"?���������������������'  a Seng and happy' wedded life.    '  of the three prizes iu thia contest.  Then will come the sports events  which the committee plan "to run  off pretty much in hbia order:  the Grand Theatre!    W. C. Crossby of Gcestss*  A -nalimml -itota- ^aeut -teJephoneSnemaa, ^as here on  will de beld at  of thanksgiving service wiiriiel  used���������the same form as is being  nsed.-frw tbe way asress G_.ssds st  the same hour���������and all the local  clergy will have ta part in the  exercisesL  govem-  Gw93f&3*i ���������2My  Brand Thittii B-allroolBB  All trie Latest aod  Favorite Music by  A. Mo Fredrick's  . .aymmmg^^m^mgg^jf*A.-.il'l*lf.-,*--l  -  ���������SB H������������������A'���������_a���������-_������������������������������������I   U^^K     _Mft at���������h������������������L_������������������!���������������������������_  1 ,'IJr*v*_ieSl._r*SL  We have B^at Music, Floor  and Swpjper for you.  (fi0kmtim.mm)m*m #4' -"Itt. ���������.  Sa^l^ -*S EdSi,_^���������_   ^^������ -f!T -fcfa.  ���������������������������!.���������>..������   tt nam.  .������_<������-<-*'->->'-'   B W  w_4iu.il mi-aii.iu'ou wm'miw.v  Awarded Writing Honors  The 153 pupils in Section B of Grade  3 of Creston public school have been  awarded -the diploma given' annually  the best work in penmanship by the  soholArs In that grade throughout  British Columbia according to announcement made at the dc sing  e-ttercl-iffis on Friday morning and since  confirmed by letter to Miss JDdna  Holmes, toucher, from H. B. Mac-  Loan of the Provincial Kormsl School.  Vancouver, who Informs that It Is the  highest penmanship honor awarded  In the province, and who further  states many thousands of examinations were received this year, and  much of the writing submitted was  excellent. The diploma, is very artistic certificate and will be hung In the  olasiirooiaa-i as an inoentive to future  clssnes aud teachers.  The twontd-thres pupils who won  this.signal honor for Creston school  are* Stuart Hiltoiri, Bilcen Klingen-  Smlth, Camilla Ilomano, Jean Mc-  I-suehliu. Clinrles Taylor, Buth Hare,  BmmHt Johnson,' Mttrgarct Irving,  Everett Walker, Kthol Sutcllffe, Margaret Henderson, Eleanor Spratt*  Dorothy -Collin. Marlon Quinn. Ooyd  McLaren^. Hughena McCreath. John  P������iri4r*58       fUtwart     ���������g������������'}*|f#    R*������y������v.no������1  Bevitn, Hotgor Johnson, Doris JUayaV,  v������r nluKut ������<vi|fiiM>u, l^i.a-K*-ri;l j_tiiriii-i._o  Boys* race, under 7 years.  Girls'' race, under 7 years.  Boys* race, under 10 years.  Girls' race, under 10 -years.  Boys* race, under 12 years.  Girls' race, under12 years.  Boys* ratie. 12 to 14 years.  Girls'race. 12 to 14 years.  100 yards dash, boys 1������ years.  100 yards dash, girls 10 years.  Sack race, boys 12 and under.  Sack race, girls 12 and under.  Tug of war.  3w fAtils -Sash, ssss.  Men's high lump.  Men's braid jump.  Fat men's race.  Hop, step and jump.  Mens sack race. '  Married women, thread and needle  rape,   |  Ijog tolling.  . JLog chopping.  Pillow flprht.  Greasy po|e.  Tilting bucket.  Kilt costume, boys.        _  Kilt costume, girls.  Sword dance.       ���������  Highland flings  Best dressed Indian* "  Best dressed sauaw.  Best Indian dancer.  Comic baseball match.  Haacball���������Yahk vs. Creston.  In the popularity content Mias  Bingheim has IreHrcd    and Miss  jUaaia.S-'Mtx.wl.Uj liiti-i Xt-koil l-C-" "p.-ifia  ofuciaS b-tsiness������ Thursday,  Dr. 6.  4 p^||ij|S|  A. MiTTttN  *h*_I pa *\mwMmmp. wa "PP*^������������������| rpaa ������W���������pa ^m* ���������  Announces iho opening of a  ChhoptaeUr Office in lhe  Jack������on outfdingr Main Street  Crrsion, on MONDAY,  JULY FOURTH.   1927.  The Anglican Church service for  Sunday is postponed to Wedhesday,  at 3 p.s__.  When the weather permits alfalfa  haying is under way in this section  with the first cutting averaging  almost three tons ta the acre.  Posters are up for the annual school  meeting on Saturday evening, July  0th. W. G. WearmouthV term as  trustee has expired, and CVA. Hnbin  son ia the retiring auditor.  Canyon's 1SZ3 shipping of streaw-  berrleswiU be the biggest'ow record,  at least fifteen growers here marketing berries this season, with Geo.  Davie the heaviest of a.hem all to date.  B. Noguier l>ft a few days ago for  Macleod, Albert_i������ where he la In  charge of the retail store of Kootenay  Co-Operative Fruit _k Vegetable As-  soicatlon in that town.  Ernest I_angaton left a few days ago  for Webb, Basic,,''whet* he will spend  a couple of months aa C.P.B, operator  at that point, which Is just east of  Swift Current.  Miss Frances Knott, who has been,a  student at Columbian College, New  Westmlnston the past ten months* Is  expected to arrive home this week.  Bev. Mr. Helc_ulat of Cranbrook,  Norw<!lgao pastor, took tho usual  monthly service hew on Sunday afternoon.  Mlsoea Helen McRobb and Arllne  HaEvtaAd S^ft at tha first of the wee!,  to join tbe strawberry nicking staff at  the John   Wigen ranch at Wynndel.  Jolaa atad Ksaliy Nygaard are vsfotWnj"*:  for Matt. Hagen at the same place.  A. Bond was a business visitor at  Nelson a couplo of days at th, first of  the week. He has taken the eontrnot  of pluu-terlng the new resldcnco of F.  Bodgem at Creston.  B. Maxwell of the Premier garage,  OreaSsss- .was % fis-stor caller from the  metropolis ~bn Friday. Ray. McKel-  vey. Jack Dodds, Bay Crisler and O.  Hadden were Erickson citizens paying  a visit to Kitchener on Saturday.  A. F. Fosberg of San Francisco and  P. B. Malsery of. __os Angeles, were  motor callers on Tuesday last. O. J.'  Gasreb of Vancouver was a motor  caller the same day. W.|Wiiliamson  of Macleod.. Alberta, Was a business  caller, Wednesday. B. Williamson of  New Jersey and Mr. and Mrs. Charles  of Vancouver, were auto callers,  Wednesday."'.;..-..:  Mr. and Mrs. C, Andereou and Misa  Kendall were motor visiter-* to Osesfcon  on Thursday,briog.ng back with them  Ludwig Anderson and-Claud Simpson  who were at Creston writing on the  Entrance exams. Dennis Bash and  Wesley Blair,, two other Bntrance  candidates, came home the same owy,  while Miss Beatrice Molander got bsvck  on Friday.  The I*diea* Guild of Christ  Church announce a  w  ackers,    accommodation    provJutHj  ' at the  Residence of MRS. W* B,  MARTIN, Main St.  {Barton residoncse) on  riiciay9 sJuiy 8  Contmencing 8 pstn*  *$*% m w "%mw m (*- w \***J w0 mil** ������# * & muf uif"L'm- Gi* T3 TT H w  for whiob 25cl wil. be charged.  . ms'w m . ~  .^. .��������� ���������_, By ^.^i^^kJ^. ___    JwahM    __r^-_-_------t-l-SirM--_  ^trawoervteo ana M^weawvB  L&n%onade9 and tnn  Light Refreshments  mmm������*%m JmtmW ^'PQ^9        ^jj^jmfBa������������������y_3^g m.  ' j      ADMISSION FREE I  ~5F" THE   REVIEW,   ORESTCWSV B.    0.  ettfa.fiw.������_������g  IS CQQCt T������  &&  a?07-  When you serve RED ROSE ORANGE  PEKOEf to your family you are giving  them the best test ybu.can buy..  Tke .M-osq-pito' Pest  Carry Out Death Sentences  ^/������yAntaav|  tenced  P^fenn'  so?  ersca-as   in  to   Dea'th   and   Nine  n^-Qne-Ycar ������������������ ���������.   ..-v .���������  ���������j^toobuucedV Jthe  se-^nce ^ideaMupdn a-Sotai of -17  pe_*sons-4clia"nge������i wlth^snur&sr "dftai'iBg-  tiae fiscal year eauledMarch 31 Jast,  Niaae of "these convicted murderers  *.werc5>execui<.i_uiabcoraing 'to official  .re cords ..available hero, la five .cases  co-i-iniitatioit o'f seqtoiice to life ������iaV  prit?oAinom,i-li_n^-nsrant������d*'/5 syMfo .jfkw  trials wore secured in, tlio r.eiualning  ytltt-e'e i*tgtai.tLes>   v *" .. i - f *S  Ap'pa'oxianately 7r>9 persons incarcerated in penitentiaries throughout  tlae country foa* various crituep -were  released pia ticket of leave. Approximately SIS a'ppt'.crtHons*. for release  from ���������jiiiao'a't  were-"refused during; the  Magical,  The people of Canada are slowly awakening tq tlae necessity or concert  ed, aggressive action to destroy the breeding places of xnosquitces. like sc  many other things with-which we stupidly p\u tap. ihe mosquito pest can be j  pi-actieally eliminated if ve go the right way about it* and become Xirtly  convinced that prevention is worthwhile. The mosquito is not only,a source  of irritation and pain, but it ia an actual menace not only to huanaai hems*  but-to dumb animal** as -well.  , The United States succeeded in constructing the Panama Canal, where  the French had failed, largely because the American engineers  tackled    ihe  problem o������ first destroying the mosquitoes aiul flies Whichmade life unbearable in the Panama zone and were tho prolific earriei's of disease and fey*������r  among the workmen.    Panama had p.tst to be made a fit place ita .which to j connected  live anil work before the canal could be built,   /.aid  ait* cuiiipul^u whit-h w.*a ,  {successfully  conducted there has been  followed  elsewhere  in  the  southern >  states. !  Apart altogether from the discomfort to humans, and the eoumninieaiion j  of disease lor which the mosquito is responsible, the tact is that the country ]  sustains an economic loss its a result of the tortures endured by. horses, t  eatt?es and other animals in  Its Pain Destroyed  When    You  l\/ \ I    I KS IT  -    V     I   L.   i   I M   U  JMr.    W.  the open where mosquitoes thrive unmolested  and the^e dumb creatures have no means of protecting themselves. The  question has well been asked, how can animals upon which farmers rely for  work and production yield norcnal production tinder such conditions? Anything ihis.i v. iii eiiiainate the mosquito and free horses Rnd cattle from the  irritation which they now must undergo would be. repaid anany times over.  Mosquito elimination campaigns are now in progress n Banff, Ottawa,  Winnipeg; and ia the Fraser "River Valley, and every coomnuaii y winch suffers  froan this pest would be well advised to follow their example. Inasmuch as  the scientific facts upon which mosquito control is- based aire of general  public interest, we quote the following from Toronto" Saturday israelii, which  Results    Come  Apply  NE,  It Acts Quickly  T. C!reoiiwn3\ formerly  with the tSaaide newspaper  ! sU.'X, has wri .*������*���������������������: ".For twenty years  ; we huve used Nerviline in our home,  and not for the world would we be  without it. As ai renied. for ait patin,  earache, toothache, cramps and disordered stomach, i know of no preparation so useful und quack to relieve as Nerviline." Itemp-taber this,  wherever there is pain.* rub on Nerviline, and you will get preempt results  ���������85c. sat all dealers.  ****       .  ������������ i  iii.uv.   a v-rrG*  to   taile  lead in these campaigns.  -Activity of Ceils Comes First Says  German Professor  Professor Martin Mendelsohn, who  has occupied the chair of diseases oi  the heart in Kevlin uaai-t-ersitj* since  1899, has nut forward the extraordinary theory that the heart is not the  prime .motive  power for  life, but as  it; urging Government  -The life-history of the mosquito shows that most of the eggs, are laid  the previous summer in thi^*. latitude, eitner in stagnant laooly or in places  that vvill become stagnant ior a sufficient length of time in the - spring, an organ, plays only a secondary part  Barrels, old.' cans, broken bottles, or any water-containing vessels lying in Ilj-s theory is that the activity of the  t he open a.re also favorite breeding places. Rivers or running streams do not cells of the body, in absorbing and  breed'mosquitoes, but flood waters and snow-pools may prove large sources  of the pest. "Lawns and golf courses, open grass and shrubberies do not  breed mosquitoes. The eggs are laid in. stagnant water, or where .there * will  be stagnant water for a sufficient length .of time.  Pools that da*y up in two or three weeks are of no coaasequence.. The eggs  nre not affected iai the least degree by frost, but hatch oat about April 15th,  .sometimes, earlier, into-wrigglers,��������� or larvae, as scientist^ call them. These  wrigglers swim and feed in the stagnant pools, rising every two or i.hre'i  minutes to the-. surface,":.tail first. On tlae tail is a fine air tube*'-' which ?sr  thrust just above the surface to take in air���������without which the wrigglers  canuot. live.  "After twoi or three weeks of this existence the "wrigglers change  into common  shaped pupae, which in front ftwo ^to  3e-*ven;VtlS.y^(--bme to the  -surface,   split   and liberate  tlae   conaplete  mosquito.  Thus, pi the life cycle of the mosquito it is most readily ���������destroyed in the  wriggler' stage by? placing on the. surface of the pools a thin film .override-oil,  a cheap commodity, whieh chokes or poisons the fane air-tube at the end of  the wriggler's tail. This is applied either by watering cans or, by _knap-sack  sprayers. Small areas may be success fjailly handled by iaidiyidaials"\vitii coal-  oil or crank-case waste oil from automobiles. Hags, soaked intlaese substances, may be Weighted with stones  and thrown into i>ools.    V  .  lu these days of machinery on the fsirm and the alanost universal use of  automobile, tilt ere sire oil soaked rags about, dirty waste oil after cleaning  out jaaataanobile craaak cases and paa*ts of tractors* aiid other iiiaclainery, nnd  "if'these waste' substances, instead of being burned, wetve thrown into stagnant pools of water and other ba*eedlaig places of thenftosquito, the"��������� result  would be beneficial, The general adoption by people of the policy of spraying oil into stagnant pools_ in the vicinity of their homes would in a few  years greatly _reduce, the naosqaaito pest in this counfry, adding to the pleasure  of life in the saiaumer -month's, assisting to check the epa*ead ;of fevers,-.nnd'  bring economic gain, as well as relieving our dumb-animals of tlie auCfeaiaig  they "now undergo. , ���������  {Additional  information   on    the   .subject   of   mosquito    control   can'  be  oblaiaaed by writing-tlio" Dominion .Entomologist at Ottawa.  eliminating ' fluids, constitutes the  chief motive power in .forcing -the  blood through the system.  After 10 Years of Asthma Dr. J. D.  Kollogg's Asthma Remedy proved the;  only relief for one grateful user, and  thia is but one case among many.  Little wonder that it lias now become  the one recognized 'remedy ��������� on..���������������������������! the  market. It has earned its fame, by its  "never failing effectiveness. It is earning it today, as it has done for yeairs.  It is the greatest asthma , specific  within the reach of suffering humanity?'   "  ������������������' ���������      ' :,;"''���������!������������������" ?������.-. ���������'���������'  ������v y ?.    "������������������"���������  t_������' M=\5fe  Wugget WKitc ~ure������singl.8 V'*__s__f'*^*s_ic_cer.w "  "Xlss loas^sstrj. -fastest! ss_ cst3.ft si-take   oS? ass-v  snowy whiteness*    Whether your shoes bee "'  - catwaa or'b������ci_������--uwu*^ u������e i'Naaggeit-*'  _-j* .+������i.".  ii������  T/tsre'a a'^TfuiigeVkhad* for every shoe mide.  gfl'  '  _������������������r_i  Reducing Canada's Debt   .  ��������� V    ; '���������"    ***;. *     . . V-f  - --" !  Forty.tuvo    "Millions    is    Reduction    in  tL^*sit Pineal Y.������a������    *  Ctvnada's i*>et debt was jreducod -.by  $42,000,000 tduring ..tho 'fiscal year  ending Aiarcb 31a., lyuT-       ,     ,      . y  When ho .delivered his ".budget  ���������speech February 11 hist, .Hon.. j. A.  JRo'bb, Minister, oft; Finance, cbuldoniy  .estimate what-the decrease would-,bej  since the Gov-eynaaent-s Hnaxtciaif year  had still another six weeks-- to ^o. Mr.  Hobb erred on the side of caution,.a<nd  JJJU.VUU  *1> ^  li4C  JJ-f^������-������ t-   til  ton t  *).c\r. /v/\a  rl-!-  heMraa well ���������withii.-the'jnark ipv'sntiy  cated* by the information that' lac Uu>  dor-estimateii- the amount*, by eleven  million "dollfirS.  it Is figured that -in the last four  ���������years the'national debt has been reduced by $10G,000,000. -  -  In November of this year there are  maturing- loans of- $37,000,000, the  ministerBliopesttq redeem one of them  in cash and" hi" leasfV poi-tion of -the  other, while -necessary refinaMeinfe  will be accomplished at a reduced rate  of ihtei*est.  Fruit Growing in British Columbia  43,569   Acres    Now- bev^ed   to   This  Industry;  In British - Columbia commercial  fruit growing is of comparatively, recent origin, but the development or  commercial orcharding,.has been vea-y  ^a-apid,_ especially ..during the-last ten  years. The first apple " trees were  planted about 1850, but not until several years later were jnufcnero'us trees  planted for-conrmercial purposes. The  census oi? 1S91 gave the area devoted  1 Third  RaM Stops-Engihe-      *  By -means  of a third' rail - that -develops   electricity   duriaig   the ���������movc-  '~ *-���������   -*���������'   ������������������.-���������������, ��������� ��������� ���������������~  y ,i.   ���������"~-c"< 'j  Invented by a������ Ita-luata, stops tra-os  .without the aiction. of ,-the - eugiueer.  When anything -obstructs tlie tvin-.k  a light shows in, the engine cab. If  this, is ignored a bell rings, '' and  should ihe ringing escape dttesstion  thei.engine is automatically sto'ppe'd"by  the device Ihat^ .applies"^.the bivakes.  The third rail can also be'use! ator a  telephone service for drivers.  A    Ti A 11-11-' XT  iiBrF������r_sr������iiMr*  a  &A     X*LM.M.\Xi:  "Bill Is going to retire -from  busiiaess for live years."  "Oh, I've heard liina Say that before."   f "'���������  "'''''���������''' Vv: '"'V'       ,?::  "Ves, but  this time  the judge, said  it." ���������"������������������'������������������      ' "  -V-y    ':  .-,.���������,':  1921 the census showed a total i"a;uit  acreage in f:Ba-ifcislt fGoluaiibiav.ot .43,-  569 acres; The;most noted fruits district.in the?province is the?Okanagan  -valley, where some - of ' >:they .finest  orchards .in- the? province* and in tlie  Dominion are to be-found. t The boxed>  ������������������v  apples from British?'Columbia are: in  deanand on all the important-markets?  in the Britishr Isles ��������� and ��������� 3_t.rope:  Pears, ������������������plums,*' peacliest- apricots. cKer-  ries aacad sonall fruits are-grown, on a  large scale throughout British Columbia. - ' ':-���������-".���������"-��������� ���������'���������'.'?     '"��������� :-:?--?  ' r? '?   .���������;; . .y v  A W������Uand Lady Tells of the  Value of Dr.'Willian-s'Tiol- ;  Pills iel. Her .Home  -"���������"I have many reiltsons lor pa*aising  Dr. Williaans' Pink' Pills," says .Mrs.  Geoi-ge 1^. Swiek, ll.R. No. 2, \VeI!andr  Ont. "My first expea-ieuce with ' this  medicano wnis in my--is[irlUo.o<l> when,  following an -attack of scarlet fever,  I Was lel'tin it badly rain down condition.'and the pills restored niifto -goo'd  health. I.a1er iu nay "married- life I  had a, severe Attack of. rheumatism.  The pain in my* right arm and shoulder -was 'so bad that' I could not tlress  myself without help;..Again I resorted to-Dr. "Williams*,.Pink Pills,, ami  agaiit they proved a blessing lo me,  as soon the rheumatic.pains Jind s-'iift-  ness disappeared jind there has" been  no return of-the trouble.. l)v. fVYii-  liuniB' Pink Pills have also been of  great* benefit" to" my eliildren. One' of  nay "boys Was threatened with St.  Vitus dance. His lambs and-- face  would twitch and jerk. - I gave, him  ihe pills, and agfeiu they* did not fail,  as under the treatment the trouble  ceased. I liayo- also glveu the ypHls  to any little .girl,, who was "aneaemic,  and in ihis case also with the greatest  benefit. Naturally when I hear -anyone complaining'oD not* feeling w^H *  recommend Dr. "Williams' Piuk Pills  ��������� as :,I know of; no vother luedici-ne to  .equal ajiem jLn.buiJding. uprthe b-fopd  and restoring- healtla?"' ''.V-.'���������'"���������"       -'   *  \Talie' Dr?"X^iillaans^^iaatk^Pills��������� for  -anaemia-*- rlieumatishrf^f.sfiiStligestion,  neuralgia arid* other nervc-ats^Xtdyabies.  Take them as a tonic if you are mot in  :iX\6; bbst'^physlcaV^c'-on-rlitiOta"? antfy'.'cul--,.  tlvrtte^a- i*esistanceStliat. will ;keo|fc?yo*������  ���������well and*sti*o*t|g.: ������^oai5 e^n ^get:ytheso  pills fi^oni:any dealet:,.in.medicine*,, ot  by mail at 50 cents a box- frbni' Tho  Da;V "Williaftas'- Meciiciiic" C&;?? Ktiock-'  villeyOtttv'-"? ^-o-^.r- ;u'..-������.-���������.(������������������-:   :y'??.i-y? ,  Tho use of Miller's Wor.iirfPd^vders  insures healthy children; so far as the  ailments att-ributable to woraiis are  concerned. A Iaagla .mortality simong  chilcla-en is 1fraceablo to. ^vorms.* These  sap  the  sCrengtli   of .infants'  so  that  The n";an who  is waiting for'woano-  ,|,th,iaig>tb^hvaa up usually Jau^,, litti? eyes  '������.   <!;.. j*.1'".        -���������.':       ������������������'  ������������������'��������� "���������' '������������������ -- :'"    ���������*������������������  :  :*&���������  Prizes For Confederation Essay  i ?ts 4 ra t ���������������_    -f^-^-i  One off the" cofniinonest obtrtiplalnts  of inTjints is* worms, and - the ' most  effective ; application for . them, I Is  Mother Gr.ayea' >Vorm Extei'Ksinatfor.  Feldspar on Lake of the Woods  of lire and succumb to weakaiess .This j U.S. Syndicate Opening Crushing and  preparation   gives .���������.promise   ol l health !  atail keeps it. ;      V ,.-   ;.  .  The auerohaaat  who ���������won't, advertise  till he    can    advertise   'big ,; usually  never adverl.iso.s, ,.;;   . ���������-.  Many  a  titan's plaehblvleaaar HUccess  ^������<K_lpctors have beenp-wj-  Is'lrifeijp'k: Eagle "Brand "as  an infant  food when  ��������� iiaothc-f���������,p milk is not available.  Use it with confidence.  'E2327  //3cnrtlcfiJ6  BRAND  W-    N.    II.'    10.SC  University  of . Montreal : Offers  Three  ���������   -for Competition  .The coiniiiitfBlpn qf. Btudies. of I.I������������>  University of INI out real has placed at  dispoMil of lhe faculty of lottery three  medals, gold, silver, und bi'onxe.  Those prizes arc' offered hy the  committee or the'slxtloHa aaanlversary  of Coil federation' for an open caiaaa-  poliLloit ou the history of Caaaada.^i  Tho faculty of letters anrfiiuiveoft the  subject, of the essay to he: "Tho  growth of Cannda'a poUdoal HhortloH  froan Iho conquest (1700) to' out"present alatus."       ���������  ,I\laaiuHcrii������tH, either .Iaa. .WngllHla or  In l'Vonclt. mual. bo In the handia of  the Hocretaary of the 'faculty " before  No'vvwihi'V 1 aud tho pvlr.ev wlU h������'  siwairded beforw Dee. 11.1.  .Malao-Runy ireen do not reau'^a tlaelr  full height until Ihey are *_t>t) yeurK  old.  II'  you   can't  do  dnn'i   ti.lk  uluuil  it  Ik a surprise lo lalua,.,*'.  CHOLERA,  PAINS IN THE STOMACH  ItELIJEVED BY  . ...  Grinding Plant  An^inleaostliiK mluliag* develc  ft'HaltingXv.-pittccif :(Ht ������������������ith:b ' 'Nor'  Air Service to Mining Area  .. An r airshipf. passengei";\ >eryibe has  beon^restahiishod between Witliiipeg  and- tiie mineral area, past of. ?JJako  \yina^ueg aaul 'nprtiv^of; ihe;"Vnaifnipeg  i*lA_er *  opmon.tff-  illWCBt  v   'M In ja rd's has "beefr* ir IioatBel told  remedy for    generations.    Doc-   mmimmmmlmmmS' ���������  mfo^X^  miylhlug  abuiit il  Camucru���������Take   Miiia������*d'a with   you.  wit,o  f-V^IruV r>.?Xeavitt, ti'nok <fttiy, N.B.,  wifiioHif-s'fLBst fmnmurpr jraiy^ chiltlron  w������*ro very ill with eliolirm nnrl nnlTerod  m*>v*������t������������lv froi^.^rntTapH nnrl ypnin*. ita thoia*  utomftcThs.. l'trtod aevorftl reix^idi������s, but  nolhing He'onaetl to do thmvi any Rood.  A frietid of mine told mo to try Dr.  Fowler's Kxlrnolof WiUL&tWvWry. I  got a Iaot tie ntad guvo them a few dosca  and they Hooai found reltor. Now I wall  nover bo without it iu, tho nuaiaaner  unqntliB.'"  _>oi.'t Accopt n Sut-*t8l������*U  This prrmai-aiirm -it an b'**sn on tlio mar-  hut'IU.'������L> youi M, |>iij. ii|������ ������J4.l,f  H>y   ihu  .-  Millmm Co., Liiuil^d, Tuauutu, Ont..  Angle, I-ake of tho Woods. A united,  States Syndiasiute Is : opening up ' n^*  leih-par mine on, the U.S. side:It the  bonier. This Is the lirst eaitprprlse ,6$  the 3,*l������d;lu the worlhwest. VTho fold-  ripar will bo shlpii-oil south. Tor treal-  aneiilsit first, but' it. is tlio inforiUoii  of lhe 'syndlealo to erocl. ti crushing  ji.ndj grlaidinK plant'at the mine, If the  nunlliy of lhe a*ock proves naitisfae-  nm-y. A dopQ/-tlt oat mica  exploited. * A  oping"*. fohlBp  lhe   Canadian  lhe anion Ih found lo bo-unsulled for  ooiuiiierelnl purposes, nlleiifton vvill be  givun Holely to thus fohlBptvr.       '  1 New Government Land Office   '���������  '   A federal govetrnmeht'   3and    ofTh'-o  haa  bee u ope tied at llubblt* Lake ������������u  the Turtleford-Ha-fford    line    of ' tho;  fJairiaclian  Kallonnt IliallwiayH  In  Cotv  tra?   ppj'ka'.rhov.'nn,  for vccordlrip;  on-?  trios for" homenteiadH In that part of  tho Counlry, Habhlt J-ake Im north of  Noalla XtaUtofbrd.  vol &tNTit6r*>tr-GK  oini  ianproved utlllty gauuiont. Cloth���������  Ko matter how big ai aainii anay be,  Otero Is at loat-t one woman Bb'aau-  wher������'i Iaa .the world who run naake  lilau fool auaastll.  Minland's   Llnbuetvt for Ineeet  bltea.  tion���������aaittko $20 per daay welling  Automobile owiaerH oaar 'Flag Holder  wllli live lhagB. Agents. Clru-iiRon,  Slorekoepea-H, etc. Seiul for clrculut'  and who'loBalO'Prlco Hat," Sampl-e iiuhI-  pnldj75c;' Jubilee' ti'lng' Co., 1CI Queen  St.. WohI, Toronto.  m  Li.i r.-.  _ra  comp^c.e tunicas,, ii  cofttu.li.*  protection from avaciden Attacks.  of ,BK������mp*?ib>rfioHci'Ipon't fo-^et  Chamberlain's Colic 8c  I,, 'Piarrooffii. ���������kc.iii.b.cijl  -MWi-witiiiii __w������i-aiMiwf>i_--i_-f----ww*i������-^  fW* NIW tWI-WNOH W������M-IOV. ���������������������,*-  Sua. I ww mmW*S*m Wm^*9mJ'Wml Utt.ts  kI-   _������ ������������*illi-i CiKMll'it.  av������^ai_r������ Kt.HV  H,tnOl-**V'u.m,<:m,V.fivm*.i**).*.*.MV</.M.' J  fof������>  TTIE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,  B.  aicrd IU AYlllU  AT OUTBREAK OF  JWARSNF  mi mi        hi r   tan m        ������      ,r -i     **������*. m  "'Cieneva,   Switzerland. ���������-, "Statesmen  bibb sii saffi?b*ST3 a ESbboI  A     * i^  l^u-woiEva:  Resolution    Disapproving   Government  Relief   Brought   Before Convention  V-Saskatoon..���������Disapproval'or the vigorous immigration policy of slhe governanent until tlie present unemployed  attending    the    League    of    Nations J are cared for and-until those already  council meeting here are Reported in-,  cruasingly convinced that the. time  has Imppa*a1ively arrived to take preventive steps to avert aa outbreak .of  war hi Huropo  Fear of such am eventuallty,if? main-.  iy ini-pired by the leporied attitude  ol Soviet Russia following (ho breaking of diploma lie relations*, by Great  Britain aiici" the asstisK J nation of the  Soviet Minister to Poland. In Southern; Europe another skuuiiuu lueses ts  ItselC through the break of relations  betweeaj Jugo-Slavia aaid Albania.  brought to Canada in foi*aaiier years  havo been assindilated anct stabilized,  and opposition, (o the granting of special, privileges to those, outside Canada, that are pot granted to fellow  citirens Iters, was fche'feubHlanee of a  t-esolutioai eaadorsed by lhe United  Farmers and presented by^ the Rob-  sart Home. Makers for discussion by  ahe Home Makers clubs in annual  session at Convocation HalJ.  -This absolution, "vr it h the request: for  .daseusslcn was read by Miss De Lurry  iai her annual-report as convener of  The Associated Press learns that i the/immigration committee. Much io-  Gonnauy has been lirtually brought I tei-est has been arousod on the sub-  over to* tlae camp of those "powers | ject in many * of the clubs and the  vyho favor warning Russia against ��������� practical working oait of the iinmigra-  eontinuancc of her alleged propagasi- i tion policies iai -4he" province - luas  da abroad and ierroaism a a. home.  t stimulated   tins  interest  to,-such   an  ;IC this warning is dell\ e'red jointly  by the powers which is a possibility,  it wiii noc be worded as a menace to the Soviet system, but will be  th-artod .Froan. the \iewpoiait that  Em-oife . eaaiuut jisk, another w:v ;ix>d  that the powers are united in ihe  sense that any aggressor is the enemy  oaT all..  '-_ Foreign Minister Slresomann of  Germany is profoundly anxious to  avoid any appearance of "forging a  hostile ring ol" steel arouud Russia"  ahd will presumably only promise  Oermany's support to a general Antiwar jaiovemeat  Germany has a special national in-  terefct In preventing' any armed outbreak between  the EuLopoau  powers  extent  that    a    regularly    organized  committee of. immigration be  formed  *ill     UIO      btULlu     IJcLOIfci     tin      ULUCl      Ot.tKll.tJ.ttlf,  committees with  er.  proi ine Lai coiaven  i% '   * r*       at      .    * r������  rAsr-iirafiiiarp. i.fmrse  Vrt-sn-jMaary  For Canadian Students  Plan "Sought to-.aHTave. British  Ex&asriin-  -���������   -ers Come .to Dominion  Toronto.���������In order to control the  afflux of graduates of Canadian medical colleges to tbe United States,' i  where many o������ them, go for postgraduate work, the Canadian Medical"  Council has under,discussion and ai-  ran genie nt a ' scheme for "the co-rela-  E tion of British and Canadian Medical  education.  A1 present, cost-of going to Britain  to take post-graduate work places u  beyond the '.reach of most eligibies.  Under the plan which is expected  to be iu operation within a year, the  graduate of a Canadian medical college will be able to take in Canada  his primary examination for admission to the fellowship of the 3toyal  College o������ Surgeons in England. British exs.iujjj.ers will eo,me out and sec  the examinations.  The      primary      examinations      in  physiology    and     anatomy    will  VA  -AS ~J%.fZrrm1ia  I'JH  wftt^ttb���������������?������*������.������% tt jm-t-tm  IAKIW? I  AfAftBJUL A      -    ^  i'iTM iMPiiii'ix  \\rin ������ii������i. %*!% ��������� ijf  **hxr*nnr*  Miss MacPhail,  who is proving to  be "one of the most capable members   conducted  here,  but   the   final  exam  or* the  Canadian  Parliament, will at-  ination  in   clinical  subjects   will   stil  Honor Three  Western Doctors  Receive Life Membership in Canadian  Publnc Healtji, Association  Uegina.���������Saskatchewan and former  Saskatchewan doctors wore honored  by the Canadian Public Health Association it Toronto.- Dr. M. M. Seymour, deputy minister of health fot  Saskatchewan had a life membership  in  the Association  confen*ed  in  him  Lhe    passaj  of  not be utilized for          . .    ,  troops   moving   against   Russia,   but j Produce* on tho  council :  *������.   o   m������,-h^-^r  h,o   .**.*&*  of "NTa-S^ow, Alberta, and Dr. I. A  Penai Servitude for Life  tend and    address    ihe    Progressive j have  to   be taken  in J*:ngland.    This  Rally at the Regina Stadium on July | is expected to result in    large    numbers of Canadian graduates taking up  work   here   at  home  for  the   British  examination.  Another activity in which the Canadian inedle?.! association is eaitering  upon is the establishment in pioneer  districts with the assistance of the  Canadian. Red Cross pioneer hospitals  where the best .medical services will  be available to people in the hinterlands of Canada as modern and up to  date as if they were in a city.    '~~  Ottawa.���������Imported shirts were torn  between the" finger's and imported  blankets were pulled "easily halo  pieces before -the tariff board by P. J.  Campbell,.-manufacturer of flannels,  "Almonte, Onti, to show tho nature of  Importations.       . '       .  -.' ,  Mr. Campbell, ia seeking an increased tariff, also: sought" to have  standards established which would  'make- it impossible to sell inferior  fabrics for work shirts and flaaiuols.  Mr. Campbell -produced imported  shirts wlsicii had loft tiisi" color  after-a single washicg and Canadian-made shirts still firm with fast  colors-, after two years of wear aiul  wash by a farmer.  The Merchant Tailor Association  be ; brief objected - to "any increase- -in  tariff on imported-. British woolens.  Ic w;as claimed ���������the'-British materials  were superior in uniformity and finish,  and   tliat tlie   pattern- selection  Assassin of Soviet Minister to War-  " saw  Escapes Death Penalty  Vt'arsaw,���������Boris Kowceda, the 19-  y������at-old youth who assassinated  Peter Vbikoff. Soviet minister at Warsaw, on June 7, was sentenced to  penal servitude Tor life and the loss  o? all civil rights. The courts decided io recommend to the President of  the Republic commutation of the sentence to 15 fH^rs servitude.'  Kowceda admitted the killing at his  brief trial,  but declared  he was "not  vi ua -gji tro,c\  than the Canadian.  R. P.-Sparks presented the case lor  the Canadian Association of Garanent  Mai ufacturors, not requesting any  specific change of "duty but suggesting a" spread of ten per cent, as a  minimum between the raw material  and the finished product. The hoair-  ing will continue. -  the   gui.*������y Gi murvioi.  Jie   la.iAi   ,������������ieiCl^    L.4������i.-  visls have done in Russia."  and Russia as phe subscribed, to liie  principle* to the Locarno pact on the) ^.?e anKU^ m?et"ls  understtinding that German soil would       i ue ioliowing were ; en vemrtance  for  "whit  the  Bolshe  representatives     of       the       ^ cstern t eu uubt.nite   1UI     wn.ia.   uil   ������uisiit;  Da*.  R.  M.  as * membef 'of  tlie  League  off Na-j^"' ���������'"������~"*. *"������ ���������"���������������*'- McCill,. Saa  lions  she -would find  herself greatly *  embarrasised in  preventing the  cper- \  ���������Alidn   of   military     penalties   against  : katchewan.  George D. Porter, Toronto, was re  elected  president of   the -Association j  any   state   which   refused   arbitration  and resorU-d to hostilities.  Will Hear Canadian Appeals  Six Cases^Will Come   Before Session  - of Privy Council  I.ondoaa.���������Six Canadian appeals are  on  the   list .for*the  Juno  sittings  of  tho   judicial   committee   of  the   L������ivy  council.  Among; them is one of the I^ttscar  Collieries, Ltd., .Alberta, an appeal in  which the -minister of justice and  - Attoj-ne-y^pkeral?6fV'Cana^txy.isy;lInlciV:  ed with others as responderit touch-  ingVthe juvisdictibit of the board of  railway eonainlssioners for Caaiada  ov*OT,pa-ovinclaV'-vallways.y::-:,-yy ;; -S-- ;?������������������,,.'"  Thei'o is also a reference by the  Iji-etateaiant-Governoi* Of yNbva:' Septia,  Hon. f James -; Grauswicic    Toa*y,^?oii  FINAL RESULTS  OF ELECTIONS F  IRI  for his ..third <ea*m and Dr. -F. T.  Turnbull, "VatacOuver, was elected one  oi* the vice-presidents.  Objection   Raised1   by   Republicans   of  Irish Free State"  Dublin. Irish Free State.���������The oath  of allegiance  to which tho Republic- t U5C now  iJaEi Bireana will be as ioi-  I lows:  First Shipment to Arrive After  Embargo Restrictions Removed  Ottawa. ��������� The first shi-niueiiis of  cattle and- sheep to reach Canada  from Great Britain since the embargo  restrictions   have   been   removed  are  Narrow Escape of  Portuguese Aviators  Rescued by Fis-hing Bo^t When Plane  Wrecked at Sea -  Rio Janeiro, Brazil.���������TA three hours*  battle with lhe elements as they ln*ld  on to the floating, wreckage of their  "plane is the story of Major Siaran^ai-  to Beires, Portuguese a*viatoi\ au<l  the three meu who were with hioi iu  Dublin  eats lo bo elected by Dublin University, the final state of the parties in  ! th<  now in the Dotmlnion quarantine station    at    Uevis,    Que.,-   tho    federal j his attempt to fly-back to-Lisbon ?by  aulhorities were notified recently. As   way of the United States. They loft  a.number of oilier permits have been t Para", ibazil,  for Georgeiown/BritisU^  issued further shipments are expected ! Guinea,  on   June -7,  and  after   flying  to arrive shortly.  ans have strenuously objected is:   'T  do solemnly..'swear    true    faith    ana  questions affecting?;; tho-.... constitution  oC *tho Nova Scotitv legislative couu-  cLl.?"ln. this appeal the Nova ;Scotlti  governmesst seeks-mi'thority. either? to  inereose tho membership of the; legislative council beyond the present  ��������� Btaitntory nu-mber* oC 21, or' tUwuiss  tlio ?mem bersoC that body -at pleas-  xire.y the goyorauh.ajiit'sf aim .being to  tiboilflh  the council In cither ease.  'ali^gidjrai^:"W"tlie"'eonstitutibn'^oir^he j ������������? automatically elected, 47.  Irish Free Staite. its by law establish-  ;ed;y;aaiid^'iEiat-l';wlll;vb^  'Majesty,' ' King ��������� O'ebrge' ''V.,-'"lai's'"hei-J'S'  and  succ6seors by  law in vlrttiiesof  ;j.Ue eonamou  clti.Kppshap.,.���������_ of    Ireland  ���������svith' Gre^t Britain and lier sadherfeitce  to arid'mombership  ol" the  groaip for  nations' 'forming the Ila-itish Comiiion-  \veaal(;liio'f Nations.;'* .-.-.   . f ?���������?,  Cattle will be kept In strict quarantine for 30 days.after arrival, while  the quarantine period lor sheep is 30  days from the tiane ol" embarkation,  ���������With the three Indepcnd- and in order to prevent any. possibility of the dissemination of infection, should it be present in any or  these imported animals, importers or  other stockmen will not be permitted  to enter the quarantine premises .even  for the purpose of; looking "-their stock  oYer.        V, '���������   ' .?".' '%..    ''}S V?    ���������'   yV.   V,?  Government, including  the    Speak-  Would Take Canadian Butter  u'- > ������������������������������������     ,(,.;-.:'. ���������        '���������'    '. ���������;*    '���������'  ' "i -," ���������        mm* ttm*mmmt mm      : ^  Good Market In Britain -Cor Saskatc'i.  ':''f' ;',,      ������wan.nProduct  Regina-'���������rrUat,., |ft8katchowau . may  shortly be. e-M>orting a regulavr boo-  ���������Honal quai-ttlty of butter to the llrUlnh  jiuu-Uet, was slaUjil by K. P- -Jupi>������  'dairy producbt nianager in J.,oaidoii,  l(j'i3nBland, for, the New /.dtilaiul and  Mercantlli;) Agency Co... T-til., Onrltag  hlrt vlBlt luSre. )lSrtBkatcJ!,i(>wfth croajtn-  caaj-Io.it h-ra,T0: ilrisiri\to fmn'mifnclm-InK  phanl.s aauil airganlziilloiafi. aiul, favorotl  ������y legiHlation of am eaicouruglaiK kind;  ishoiald he.able lo iihlp aaauch baalter to  'Kite oW'lfind.' Mr, Jttpp deekirod. II was  ������ecet>pitry{ howovor, that iho ream Ire-  menlK of the llrltluh nana-ket be enre-  Tiilly PtiKlloil.  Pianna Fail de Valei'a's party, 44.  .Xabor, 22.  '/Independents', 15^      ���������   ?  ? "Paarmoa's, 11.   ;   "-���������-.;.-������������������������������������-.; ;.'..:���������;���������;  " National League, S.f  f"  Sinn fTein. 5.  '"Independent Republican. 1.  Total, 153. '  'The  Clan "Kb-cann. one <;f the numerous  Free   State  political   parties,  Urging Arbitration has been extinguifcihod by the general  -Genera, Switxerlaud? ���������-^ Acceptktlco elections, and Its foamder; ProC.Wli.  of obliBatorv������������������ arbitration by all ff&v- Ham Mageuaais, has lbpt his seat in  ernmetits %sts rocom me tided H by ��������� the rihe DalK He ���������i>vo*������iuvd ..he ism-  Int'emational    Council    of      Women, t tiomi1 'Vn'^rflily  in  Dublin and - has  which urged  the  League of Nations I ou]y  supporter in I .ho last Wall,  Pat-   (D Canada;  to*; contest    the    world'  16 frame cv general conciliation treaty, i rick   O'M*1^  doputy   Speaker,   was. ^KlmpionSiiip"'at   the   Calgary   sinni  Proposed Memorial  '."|i.Kajagaton, Ont.���������-Geneaal A. E. Ross,  M.P-. ���������-.foiy' .Kitigst6n/?-iiaia;..s'ent|; .a cirgti-'  lar to" Conservative "'''member's iu."'the  couaitry asking for subscriptions for  tjae erection of a' menitbrial ;to Sir  John A. Macdonald iai Ottdwai, and  with the balance <-������ build, a; home for  tiae Coaiservati-.-o leader in tjie capital.  j only 30 miles, a mishap compelled a  forced landing at sea. When about to  resume ftlie * j'ourney^a- huge wave eiir'  gulfpd the 'plane, wrecking-it.'  The -men held on. ttenaciously for  three hours as -astorm raged, great  wa\es washing  over   them  repeaied-  iy.   . "---'   When they had almost given up t  hope a ftsliing boat appeared and they ,  were, rescued; "With difficulty and tak- g  .on to Para. The 'plane sank sind only V  ���������the logforflie |llgh(?|^a4j.������iv^d.^ ,?V  Major Beires, who ilew across the I  South Atlantic from the West Afri- V  can coast to an island off the BVazil- B  ian co'flstfand thenee.yto Brazil, last y;  Marchyriow will iretusn tb> "Eiarbpe |  with his companions by steamer. '���������������}  open to all states. The council also  aaloptod a resolution that the next'sis-  seanbly of the League declare a:\yor  of aggression on Ihternational crtaiie  find adopt a treaty for tho prohibition  of aggressive war.  defeated jit Gulway.  Rough  Rider From   Australia  .; Sydney*- Australia.'-���������Allan   McPhee,  Australlau champion rough rider, goes  im  e hi Jtily.  ''St    Cn'iheiihoHj   Out.' -^ 'Rev.    Dr.  yTohiiHtOti. aiul :i)r. \y, J. Mncn)oaiul<l  Iflft on aif trip, wh Uili.,will tit ko them <o  the fair reachef- /of the Skiv.-) River  am! Itm eonnoetlorth to tlio Arctic  pceun. .  Thoy   -wlSl d^tjiiJti ������00  miles  .���������Prom I'JiiwuMiUm, iiiitl^"will U'-iveL niu'ro  tiiati l,'l*������ mllon by waiter.  Hi<iii,l������i������Hi������i' i iri������������ill������������������ii^������i'i������������iii������i������i|������������������i,i,Mii������������������������>������������M���������i I lit��������� ������������������������������������  ���������''-������������������'-"��������� FlySno to EaoMrvdles  A ah'Rte'j'clani, Netherlaud.'^-Vtitv I-ear  niaclr,. ehali'irtau of the  hoard iI' directors of the ,Hail I lanore Sun departed from' tlao irlcihlpol iieiodroiiie nn a  p-xpae-unoT in, ru'plaine he chartered for  a ilJgtatl, l,o' tiui liliiHtJ laadlcH. Enfore talc-'*  lug off Iw doelai'od 11! wao not si r taint  trip aatid lib record would be nttempt-  ouV Rlr,' Black Is ncconapanled by two  pilot h ii nd hlfl valot, who hn.fi alreiitly  Mown,   with   hhva.   hohjo   llioiifiaitdtt   of  mill's.. V       ".    ' ������������������ .  -ri-  Canada's Newest Locomotive  W-  *W.    IT.  I������B0  Ordero Rdnt Reduction  frionie, Il������li5',,ir^l1Uo culilriot Iiub aa,p-  proved tv. d������������or������>o-of law forbidding in-  oreaBOH :lp ,lh,ei proEi^nt, rent wites  hol.ii bt bubltatla'n.8 aud bIioph and fix-  Ing Iho '-maximum ratoR at ronr tlmoiu.  those of J014. Tlio c'.ooreo akso or-  tlorod,' ��������������� "fifteen pevceiat.- feduetlonay'ln  thu t'i'jal? ot apap*ttneillH of lews than  bI;s room-t, of ten per cent, for npiiH-  mentR Iceat; th;i������ nine aoomfl. but snore  pnr co lift,  for HlaopH,  ���������J'he JIliiHtratlon depicts the now ,<'6.100"' elataaB locomotive,' the latent  production of tho mechanical dopartmetti of,the Canadian Nuiionul XlaJJwayB,  Forty of theflo "Northern Typo" engines have been maunafactured lu Cauaililnn  plants for use of main line f������Ht ptiHrtoiager urul manifest freight aoi'VIco. T3n������y  They are 93 feet 10% Inch oh over nil. ?The tender has a eapdclty of 11,300  Irhperlul galloaiH of water and 20'torih ,of coal. Dti wotltlng order tho total  weight of eiai;lne and tender Ir **i&-M,0oii> pountln. Note the new poaaitlon of th*  wlalMlo, local ed'on the left hand of the ������moke"l>osr netir tlio Htaclq   Thlfl In  to fliivu the diivet'a eaarfa,    These 'eitglnen aro defelgned for powor at Hpeod  ... .   i.   t       .. i, i <��������� * *, .���������*   * ii... *r \ %. ���������,",*'  n>������n   n   ������.������  <utiti.i.������i������������.������titM   k'i.y   i������.vj  train.  Developing Proper Spirit   |  Canadians   Should   Thii-ak   of ^Canada}  ���������All"the Timii'-'V ''���������*  - t'  Ol lawn.���������"TTntll we develop n spl rib '}  of national"co'nsclousniess Canada will  never become a great country," was y  the statement of llow*ard Stutehbury,  trade commissioner of Alb'crtd, speaking here.    "The people of the United  StatoH always  think iu tornia of the  United   States.      Ovea:     there     they,  don't.        have 'aitade-ln-the-Entpia-o"  exhibitions'���������they don't have to, for'  the' .tendency' to conBuan/a;native products is Inhei'eaat. That spirit Hhouh!  bo oncouriaged in Caaiada, sind until  CanadttiaiH think of Canada all tho,  time, Cuiaiada eaamot, become a .great  nsatidn."'- V   ''' '.'��������� '" :'  A0ree bo Tomato Prices  Kolowua, ilc. ��������� Tomato growei-H,  have renehed a HutiBfactory agree-1  ment wltli the eananea*Icrj. Tho prim*  to be paid to tlao growers will be  $16.50 per lain for Koiilnnn, which  vnaicty will be grbwii ut Kelowna, ataul'  $1,8.50 for .Tohit Buor, which will forin  the main crop in some of the south-  orn plantlnga. It is expected 1,������wm>  acres will bo planted to tomatoes in  the Kelowna  district.  car; iucJ:c 1-0 mSlea nu  hour rriik iv hf-avr  Mrs. Churchill Injured  London.���������-Mr������. Spencer Claurchlll,  wlfo of %VlnHtoiT Churclalll, IlrltiKla  Chancellor of the Exchequer. wa������ it**  Jur'ed 1������ u nfbtor Accident In tite KVti-  ahigton district of London. "SSlie n4  ccdv������id n number of brulHes'-nnd  Mif*  MTCii    fioun    hhuuit,   but    wii.b   ,i������i'������<i������3"C������,-  tiltie tmtlufoctorlly. .������������������-  ;  JL M..SS     v-SS���������SS i'J A.***     Mtta -m stMB if������  0JP  oliniBiii uptsriing $���������>  ICE CREAM  9 4*9^* Lw-%0*tm     Wk^m\ tnt\  %���������%% ft MLS* *  *KJX &   AHmw������lVA%.Z  Bar and Table Service  *       JWTI   AHmw������lV������*.&  tf Mm^A^^SSSP "^^ \  tf   \-m^s -k~t  ^      - TgP*-- km  A   PARASOL^  ioc. ST^������^KoS^Ma  3   GitEd g UN ORuS ������ sunn d i uiftt:  1'  GEO. Etc. K.EUL.Y  Pocket ���������  "used as  a baiaJk lias ss&sasy cUs*  advantages.  Money carried in.   it is easy to  spend on ixittes or may be loss  Weekly sieaposlts fo our Savings Bahb  ^--^ accumulate rapidly. -9  Ss&ailcr large acccusiSs aire welcome  XHLIS CAJNAOIAIN   BAJNK.  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $2OSQOO,������0������  He-serve Sfesssd $20,000,00������  Creston Brandt  R- J. Forbes, Manager  ��������� T   JUL-W.-LJL  You  T  rav<  Are yoss g������is^ abroad this year?  If so, we suggest you carry a Letter  of Credit. It is the most satisfactory  method pf providing your heeds in  foreign currencies. It acts as an introduction to bankers in all parts of  the "world, and then, your funds sr@  drawn froih ydurdwnr Sank only as  you draw on the Letter of Credit. ao  C w. AULAN,  OF CANADA  g"*w* f������eHr������j"MkT  *������*������ *t*,Trrtr  ���������SSS^EM  Manager.  1927   FORD   PRICES  These  ir ifices���������r������o��������� d������  Erickson������  *������������������������������������������  Touring   -$603.00  Touring���������Sport   710.50  Ru naboait .  582.00  Sport Roadster  680.00  Coupe ������������������- -��������� 754.00  Tudor   769.00  Fordor���������   -. 836 00  Chasaia ~  -. 489.00  Light Delivery  592.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truok .:~  515.00  Truok, Starter  585.00  Ruckstell Paso     70.00  Rnokstell Truck  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVIGE SlATIQN  MMWttfiWBBt  I  5 @ma������Endi Report.  Creston School  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  ZthAfaROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  4ZLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEf, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  incwatteti ������*gg production and prodiiceu Hotter -poultry,    iiuy Uw> beat.  Division 1���������P. McLellan-; Principal.-  Passed ant*} High School onr scorn*  mendation���������Jean . McCs-eath, Frank  Crawford, Eileen Spratt. Jubn Blanco,  Dorothea'Spratt. Fsank Byrne, Henry  Iceland, George Willis, Gwen Webster  Hirteli Miller.  Passed into Entrance Glass���������Betty  Speers, Fay Pendry, Ciematine Mar-  shall,Raynann Marti nd, WiUiarn Bayle.  Edna Hickey,* Marlon, Burnett, Stella  Headman. Beayl Ipichpl, Hazel Hor-  wood. Passed on trial-^Eai-1 Christie,  Manuel Irving, iKaiphetoia Fisher*,  Fred Alderson, Dora "Nickel. Harold  Benin ger.  Honor Rolls: Pi-oiirlency���������Jean  McOeuth. ' Betty Speers. Deportment;���������Dorothea Spi'iitt. Regularity  ���������nhd punctuality ��������� Fred Alder-son*  William B������ayle, Eileen Spratt.    "  Division a���������Miss iloeg. Teaches*.  .'���������Promoted from Grade 6 to 7���������Tuna  Crawford. Frank Morrow, Marguerite  Bianco, Joan Hili������m. Murgaieriate Ferguson, Andrew Miller, Roland Miller,  Mary Maioni**, Hea-bert CoulanR, Dorothy   Mai'shtill,     Jack. Yamng,    M������a  S?*>������������=y        T^ut.e.itinnl K.     ���������   Sallw        J*^!*������!>Srt*  Fs*ances Lewis, Jean Henderson, l^ydi-a  Cha-aatie. Promoted on trial���������SJvelyn  Latin, Elsa Willis, Doaothea McDonald, Minnie Downes, Leroy Johnson.  Peiri Spencer, Jack O'JJJeiU  -Promoted from Grade 5 to 6��������� Herbert- Dodd, b'rtnaiy Lewis, la-is  Taylor, Annie Ireland, Allan Speeis,  Kate Payne, Ai-tbm Speers; Promoted on ������������������trial���������Els-ie Speers, Prances  Moore, Bert Hendy.?  Honor Rolls: Proficiency, Graded���������  Tom Crawford. Grnde 5���������Herbert  Dodd. Deportment���������Jack    Young,  Regalarlty and Punctuality���������Frank  Morrow, Herbert Couling, Mnry  Maaone, Minnie Downes, Dorothea  McDonald.  I  W*f*m Wl^SSSWi  Don't you think it would he  APPLE    BOXES     and  delivered NOW, so as io avoid the wash   later   on?  Business to have your  APPLE    CRATES  For orders placed before August 1st we will date the  iavbice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 1(X days from August 1 st.  Roadster Delivery-- -��������� ���������  Includes Bumper,^ Spare Tirs, Motormeter,  One-ton Truck��������� 823  Ail kinds of   Used  Cars  For Sale  Division 3���������Miss "Wade. Teacher.  Promoted from Grade?-5a to Grade 8 ���������  Sarah Qninh, Dorothy Sinclair Smith;  Arthur Nichols, George Murrell, Jack  Payne, Johr Gamacbe, Helen Hop-  wood, Hespei Lewis, Herbert. Ben anger, Jay Bliss. Passed on trial���������Jack  Johnston, Wilford Ganaache, Jim  Do\yneS, Mabesl Johnson, Cameron  McDonald.      ?,  Promoted^ from Grade 4a to Grade  5b���������^GeorgeV'Oollie,',.- Laiubert Spencer  and Harry;Johnson equal, Bert Morrow and Clifford ITork equal, Lucille  Davis, -Molly.y.>Moore,;Robert Dickson  and Daaisy Trevelyan equal, Norma  Marshall. Lillian Pendry, Harold McLaren, Nellie Payne. Passed oi"ty trial  ���������Rita Phillips, Jane Ross, Sidney.  Fisher, Phyllis'McDonald.  Honor Rolls: Pi oficiency���������Sarah  Quinn. Deportment���������Helen Hop-  wood. Regmfcrity and Pimctuality-^-  Jim Downes and Clifford York.  June highest standings: Grade 5,  Proficiency���������Sarah Quinn, -Dorothy  Sinclair Smitij. Arthur Nacholls.  Grade 4, Proficiency���������George Collia,  Harry Johnson and Lambert Spencer  'equals Bert. Morrow and Clifford York  ei|ual.  Division 4���������-Miss Holmes, Teacher,  Promoted to Grade 4���������Douglas Alder eon, Doris Btayle, Raymond Bevian,  Miirga-aci's-ce 'Burnett,' Dorothy ���������3'.>llasi  Bally Fei'guson. Ll'-yd McLaren,HaiRh-  ena McCreath, Marion Quinn, Stewart  Spiers, Eleanor Spratt. Pasaed on  trial���������Clarence Embree, Holder John-  eon, John .Pendry.  Promoted to Grade 8 Senior-Arthur  Dodd* George Dodd, MatRiierite Irving, Eileen KHngensmith, Camilla  Romano, Oh'-nrloa Taylor. Poi������e������ed on  trial.���������Kuth Hare, Stewart Hilton,  Emmet Johnnon, Ethel Sntcllffe.  Honor Rollst Proficiency���������Margaret  Burnett. Deportment���������Marlon Quinn.  Regularity and Punctuality���������Doris  Bayle, Both Hare, Eileon ICHhgen-  Binlthi Eleanor Spratt.  PRE M IE R   GAR AG E  PALMER   &    MAXWELL.  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  ere  Grade 3 Junior���������Ruth Spewcei', Rachel  Morrow, Robert ������Vi His, Gladys Davis,  Edwin Pendry. It win*- Ferguson,  Morley Burnett,  Honor Rolls: Proficiency���������Ruth  Spencer. Deportment���������Boris Walters.  Regularity a nd Punctuality^���������Jessie  Spratt. '���������'?:''     ���������..-"-��������� ��������� ^*-y^������-  I*  SYNOPSIS OF  AfT  itus liillaLll  *������  IIL,n 10  Kitchener School Report  **&<������Muj������**!'rt*^mmomait3^  J  Division 5���������MIhh Hardy, Teacher,  Promoted from Grade 1 Junior to  Grade 1 Senior���������Dorlt Walters, Mary  Rouu, ETi-ank Herd man, Evsy PhiHipo,  Hazel Pondry. Passed on trial���������Goo.  Crawford.  Promoted from Grade 1 Simlor to  Grade 2 Junior���������Dorla Benlngor, Gordon Martin* Joan Greenwood, Beryl  Palmer, Maine Ferguson, Blenait. And-  roaoff. William Craig-, Ernest Iceland,  WilUt������m Kc'jf-tnwiBliarn,'Helen 'McCreath,  JobbIo Spratt. Pa������Bed on trlftl-~Irwln  Nickel, Charloa Kllngonsmitla,Normnn  Phillips William Weir, Joan Ilyck-  man.  Promoted from Grade 2 Ji'mlttr to  Grnilu 2 Sunlor���������Lillian Staff. Ruth  Bavin, Edith Walkey, Dorla Hendy,  Edra WiUkoy. Paaanod on trial���������Richard Trovriyan, iom iuowih.  Promoted  from  Grade 2 Senior to  Kitchener school has closed for the  summer and at the term end exercises  on Friday the honor roll winners were  announced as follows: Division I���������  Proficiency, .Beatrice'"-Molander. 15o-  portraetat, Nettie Androsoff. Regular*  sty and Pnncta.mli.ty--pennia Baisbs  Claude Simpson. Divisions���������Proficiency, Hazel McGonegal. Deportment  ���������Mary Androsoff. Regularity and  Punctuality���������Laura Androsoff.  Writing Certificates were awarded  the following pupils: Division 1���������Clarence Anderson, Nettie Androson?,  Willard Blair, Dennis Bush, Vivian  Langlois* Vera McGonegal. Beatrice  Molander, Richard Molander, Elsie  Nelson, Edith Nelson,Claude Simpson.  Division 2���������Myrtle Anderson, Laua*a  AndroBoff, Eva Arb; Marie Arb,Celina  Langlois, Hazel McGonegal, Henry  Nelson, Jack Langlois, Fred Androsoff, Leonard Bohan. John Cowley,  Robert Johnson, David Cowley, Alice  Bohan, Alta Blair.  Promoted to Grade la���������Robert  Johnson. Alta Blair, Alice Bohan,  David Cowley.  Promoted to Grade ii���������Jack Lang-  loin. Fred Androsoff, Leonard Bohan.  Promoted to Grade 8���������Laura Andro-  soiff, Eva Arb, Hena-y Nelson, Prank  Cowley, John Bohan.  Promoted to Grade 8a���������Curt Anderson, Charles Bush, Lloyd Lank tree.    '  Promoted to Grade 4:���������Haaol Mc-  Gonegal, John Nelson, Cellniv Lang-  Iota, Marie Arb, Myrtle Androsoff,  Frank 'Abar, Mary Androooff.  Promoted to Grade B���������Nettle Androsoff, Elmer Llndbloom.  Promoted to Grade 0���������Olarettce An-  dorson, Selmer And������r������on, Willard  Blair, Vivian Langlois, Vera McGonegal, Elsie Ntlaon.  Promoted to Grade 7���������Richard Molander, Edith Neltton,  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant,       unreserved,       rBuarveyoa  Crown teanoje xnaaisr bo pre-eniptoa by  Sriursii suvjevtv utk *��������������� jrSSTS C*C ASS,  and by alienB on ���������aeclaaxlngr intention  to become Brttlsh subjeota, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and improvement for agricultural  pauposM.  Full lSi*?53aa������osi ooncemins regu-  ations regardmij pre-emptioita is  fflven In Bulletin No. 1, I*and Series,  "How to Pre-empt Land," copies ot  which can be obtained -tree of chargo  by addrosaiziB; the I>epairtment of  Lands;*"Viotoarta* B.CL, or to any Government Agent.  Records will bo eranted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and -whioh ts not timber-  land, i,*^ carryiaoff over 5,000 board  ftsat:.*e������" ti^aye ���������������������������������������%, of tbe Coast 3lansr������  and 8,0ti-) feet pes* acre east of that  Range.  Appllcatlona for pre-emptions ara  ;o be ad(fl!r������*3������5^ to the Land Com-  mlasioner of the ]Lond Racordlner-pl-  vislon. In which the land applied for  is situated, and aire mode on printed  Conns, copies of -which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.  Fre-emptlona must be oooupied foi  five irreaang arnjl JUnprovementa made  to value of sxo per acre, tnctuoane  clearing and oultivatlniy at toast flv������  aorsa, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  For more detailed information ses  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Xjond."  .���������       PURCHASE ���������>  Applloationp are received, for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, hot being timberland,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  price of ffirst-oiass (arable) land la 96  per aore, rand socond-class (sraislxur)  land 99.50 "per aore. Further lnfor-  ' mattoa raffordlnjr purchosao or leas-?  of Crown lands 8e given in Bulletin  No. 10, Land Series, "XHirohase and  Least) ot Crown Lands."   ,  .   ,  Hill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding- 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment ot  stunnpage.  HOMB8ITB  LEASES  ">  I Unsuryeyod areas, .not exooedlng 20  acres, may be leased as homesltes,  'conditional upon ������. d-wollln^ holnu  ereoted In the .lirst year, title .being  obtainable after residenee and im-  provemsnt conditions aro fulfillsd  and land hoe been eurvoyed.  t-QADEa' -  For grafting and   industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 040 aorfcn  may be loosed by one pe-fson or ������������  company.  m%Wmm������&mmmmmV     m^mmwwmmm^miM  A Oamh reward of $25 will tan paid  to anyone ������upplyIng informal ion that  will convict tho person or person a who  have removed thu vlneu, ehrubs  plan to and bulbs fraani around the  houeif on   my  riuaclt������i/ C'Hrayou Oti.v.  MM8. umtm moinneb.  QrtAZlNO  Under the Graxing Aet the Prov-  true to dlvidsl into gMxlng dlatHcti  tand tlie range admlniutered under ������>  Gmslng ������Oo^knmlsiloner. Annua)  gtaalng permits are lsatied baaaad em  numbers Emnged, priority balug given  to establlelivea own are. QtocU-owoeaM  may form aasoellatlons for mn������������  mahagement. Wree, or partially froe,  pwroits  ow������ a-veitoble   for    Hottl������r������,  *r*Hwmim4>jpi *  tiead. ?nau&'c&sstoh wstmm  *iU  aa. -���������������w������a ������^aag������H  ^o-mosrow (Sainia^Ay)liaae beonrpw.  a -public; ^holiday  ������*ud  M& and Mars, ^erald Hoaimons arel    At Peaiicton   the United  Church  Nelson visitors tva pro-sent,' Smis. Tias= j s-athcriilea will "build a new church to  th������  ������������ rt*.  EuOflS  Rose.  At tlio closing; exercises at the  Srldcson school on Friday the honox  roll winners for tbe terra were announced oft follows: Division i, iPro-  feciency���������feladie Fraser. DwpGftn5eat===  H&nnel Thurston. Begutarity , and  t*"ifltactuaHty-~K������������wci> KcMwotet. i������������-  islon 2, *Proficieney9 Helen Dodds.  XJepofffcsienfc���������Peter GbankoS.- Bsg=  Mlarlfcy And Punctu<ality ��������� Otto Mc-  Master.  Winners o? Oartsfioates la WsrSllag  are Clarence Botterill. gathieen  Bundy. Otto MeMastsv, Rodney Put*  nam, Sandy Telford, Fay Tompkins,  Helen DoddivTheo. Jtompkine, Peter  Obankoff, Josses SScott, Muriel Penafon*  Helen Staple������, Carol Healey. Margaret  Murphy, Evelyn Speaker. Bertha  Fraser. lack Fraser, Margaret Grex  seat up to 700s at &. co#t of SSCJlOQQ-  clauxnea  banks Is sswss wsBsrSse clpsen, -   -?  ������������������ >.  Manager Bodgere {[reminds that the  show *>f picture*** at the Grand on Fri  -day night, 4&0r jf&^^Jsmaxt at 8  o'clock psoroini,     '  .  Commencing July 1st the revenue  stamp on cheques of S20 and over will  be only two seats, sto matter hew bis  and over bad to pe stampted and two  cents .-was Added every JjpBO1*  The K&o&enay Go-Operative Fruit  & Vegetable Association have opened  their CjrestGn cffiee ia that part oi the  old SVttlt 0rowora-* Union warehouse  used the past couple of years by Alf.  Nelson. 3. E. VenAckesttos,' sales  manage??, (a in charge.  The Grand master of B.O. Grand | ton* Gweu.SPutnam* Kenneth Totnp-  Icodge &&.X������ . Is making his o������sc?ef j kin* mad Betty Kemp, with the latter  visit to Oreston Orange   Lodge   this (taking the high honor writing diploma  .-ss. '. a ������    i__-.������^������= -,        a m.. ������*_-v  ���������������-s i *_  wve s-e a '  (Aitupsutt^i  vwcmmis.     aitcr hub ������uuk������ i ta mvioiuu ������  session the visitor will he guest at a g ���������    r ,,.  S������s>ti f-^rfc -gt^a jointly by the Orange-  me*, aaad the JUO.B.&.  Os*S; day last week ������-"we-aweed  witnessed^ five" auto loads of gipsies  driving east after wintering lo California, ?   1 ���������  Vernon' is borrowing $45.fKK> by way  of a S^mpybrary bawrak loan to  carry on  the  t^s'wS.V^susla'Siss^ ssibtil' tbstsses  conse In,?V ���������"'.,;'-   ���������-. V'--!-' ,. ","':V*   "*"  Bossland is spending $64,009 on new  rewervnis for itta water eysteana. Em>  ploysaent will be given to SH> teams  and .over WQ men for at least four  Igsa-perla! Bank Bid  ' f^ifSSSmSSmt  *?������<n."   *aaa>gag^������Mj^ftaB'g  sipsjsraodate its?? farmer -patrons  the First National f'Baafe- at,-. Bonner-s  is now V.eKssa!ninjgr?'open1-' nintU 3,~ p.m.  Sa*!irdavs. "* . "  Fernie ia rather proud off the fact  that It baa oaa.y 8l������,^i4of iAxesin  arrears and Xhm Is distributed over  127 persona.  The Mirsa^oTEk Band of Cranbrook  OniatedOhured wins;the 162*7 banner  for greatest general efficiency In all  British Cotunabia.  Ogten air rellgtoMB e@ry|^. on Bun-  da? evening at the town park kt Cran-  hrcok cosasmeneed . theV_' Utsi, Sunday  in "-Jues, sired *:&y& Vbeisg" qult-e   well  attended,  .   ArtresfcronR f W,O.T."pi   have   very  emphatically    refnt&d 'to.^endorse  a  petition - being;   circulated? in Arm  sta^onjg for the opening of beer parlors  t fen. that t������^?95   '"'  -   "' '   ' '���������'  ; Hoeamer has! a -school attendance of  S3 -trhieh the, Peenle Free Press thinks  i������ r rslood showing for that -town that  was eupptiased fcpbe. wiped off the map  a dozen years ago.  The OHver Chemical Works at  Pentlcton is enlarging ite plant'and  this year will u������e ���������SM> tons of apples in  *#~  mm*  4.6.-.  ���������ET*.!-  nd*A*������r  -raji  ���������������������������������������   ������-aa ^sft-m ������   era  eosan-sctaoTB  will be planted to tobacco this season, j^aer.  L������e& yews-   souse   giMswesr������ -cleaned  high as @*?5 per acre.  th������:. ������Maaaa������������ct*are * of' vin������|$������ai  ,mmm*mmm-      mmmmn  The   plant's  s i sFstllons <iai!v.  capacity   l#   1000  qr^ton e-rowers, Limited, directors,    Mff and Kkj Bateman and daughter  have finali-r ^ecssted  to   mafce   tneir \���������t ^.v.^^j^   *������be-ts   ��������������� fc*������-on������t������*  pe^anent ^adqusrteawa at  Cw-eton. j^ with itSkB^tman's paints. Mr. I" "  am* u^eju^ pnrouas.. w������ old Frost j and Mi^ 6 Tayj0p.  Growers    Unscn warehouse  on   tne   m  the denote, Mara. Opal and daughter of Alharo*  bra are here en a -visit with Mrs. R.  Dalboni.  Paul Guiaoa of Burton has started  a muskrat farm with four paire c������f  rats. The breeding pond is 3 feet deep,  trackagse just north  of  They tak& possession this week  Manager Hod������ers announces admission to the DomitiaoQ Day night dance  at the Grand, July 1st; at $1.^ for  'gentiemen, and 'To cehce ~ toy^iadtes  these prices to include sitppetK The  very finest of? music will be supplied  by  the  Frederick's five-piece danee J castle for the berry season,  orchestra.  Clem. Payette is here for a few days  visit with hie family.  A. Mc. L. Fletcher, inspector, and  <3K Taylor, C.P.R. Brparess route  agent, are now in   residence  at ftheir  Mies l������iSns> Holmes, teacher of Divitu  on 2 of  Creston   school, ia  being con  l*he New Denver Leaser warns cat  owners.ko^kecp their felissss at hs&ie.  Residenta are * preparing to shoot all  pussies caught killing robins.  Summer political meetings at Grand  f-rwVe aw;  not -sssBraslsS",,    Gpate  Ti&i- popular,   Grote Stir!  M.P., had less than 40 out to  hear him on a recent evening when he  caiue prepaet^ to tell about *  of the 1927 session at Ottawa.  Mm MiF&iis&fgi  Shoe and Harness Repairing  ifJM!&������&LE WATERS' fHuTEGTKH. AST  Shippers through the Growers  XSxchange at Grand Forks received  $15,473 fnr their 1923 vegetable crop.  Two years ago there was little or no  vegetable shipping.  The Pentlcton Herald is frank in  tellins; the North Okanagan people  that their district is not adapted to  fruit and that they ougha to astick to  vegetable, dairying and mixed' farm  It asserts the commercial fruit  Tite Creston "Reclamation Company, Limited,  u^r=.b7 sives s������������Sse. .flsat tt������y bave^ ssaer  Section? of the saia Act, fiepifelted *slth tiae  Minister of Public Worlca at Ottowa, and  in,43sa offlee of tSio fDiaSZiot Begisteas of the  ������������t, Dand KeglstrsrBIstarie* of Ebotenaya at Nelwai,  "**- "* ' H.O��������� a c^^s������i*S ������-? ��������������������� ������*������ sasi sSs&ss fflf XJsSt  No.1 for tfeeSedamatich of theKooteaiay Flats  near Creston, B.C., propoesd to be b-oiit fby  lag.  ~.m    .u,~  Kelowna soutb.  #V1^^*  - . r  is   irom  And. take notico taiat after the expixatioa ot  onetaontsi from fcto������������&������eo������ tJieSsstpiasjlMsatioa  bis ofeeln'--the City of Ottawa, for theapttcoval  of the arid site and piaantrL and for leave to oan-  strtset the said Beclamataoa works.  #M^ted at Creston, B.C, this 28th day of May.  SXM*w������-*  CJB15STON RiBO'LAU ATXON COMPAMT,  litaiifeed.  3PerA. Lb M������jCULLOCH,^������ent.  Date of first publication is Jane 10.2S27.  of.her dozen Section B pupils of. Grade  3 who ha*������ won tne. high honor  diploma for penmanship in competition  with all the othei Grade 3 classep-n  the province.  It is no longer necessary for the  people of Crceton and vicinity who  want chiropractic adjuBttoents to go  away to -get athem as Dr. C A. Mittum  ���������t.x.._..-~.-.���������������>.   ���������4b: ���������_���������  Jtely  Strawberries are coming along fast,  and the pre cooling plant working  almost to capacity. The first berries  went into the coolilng rooms on Satnr  day. The first carload went east on  Monday, and two railed on   Tue&aay,  Mrs. Allen and   daughter,   Josie, of  Yahk. are Isesre at. preeeat working at |  berry packing.  Provincial police McLaren  of Cr?ea>  ton was an official visitor on Monday.  Mrs. E. Parsons of Winnipeg^ Man.,  RITISH COLUMBIA  HT1   Tft   ������*��������� ^.^..l  x^roviiic-c ojl  ^v est^na  *r**^ j_  ���������til   ������____ ������.x_  ������������ ��������������� ua������c aa*a  ������t>������vaStiu(**-  ���������9 ������* * io������M������r  }.f>:~ ������.������.������.*i-  -f.5������-K  Mrs. John  ready _ for patients on Monday,  fttb.    He has been delayed  the arrival oi his equipment   which  conies from Swivenporfc, Iowa.  Misses Hazel end Sayle. who are  toil-Tin***!; the district in a covered car  establishing postal service Sunday j  schools In spots the churches do not [  xeach, have already visited Kue?  kanook and'Alice Siding, and on the  trip esust will shao endeavor to establish the work at West Oreston and  Huscrofts* While here they are  guests of Rev. S. and MrsvHowby.  Mrs. M. Richards of Winni-  I������5r io also a visitor on he? way .to  Vancouver and Seattle.  Bathie.  Mrs.   Bugh Taylor   was  e..t ������������������    _  i.. icuus    a  ���������cw  a  visitor I  j���������-~ j.������-~ 1  \jt-a-tjo dire-  Mr. and Mra. H. Lea Smith left on  Friday hy motor to spend the school  vacation at coast points.  Mrs. it.. Heap and daughter, Eileen,  who had been on a visit at Creston.  got home on Friday.  W. D. Goodman of Cranbrook arrived on Friday op a visit with Mr* and  Mra. Koy Proctor, and ia recovering  nicelv from his motor-accident.  B. JL Brawn is the first 1027 gardener eo have the early vegetables. On  June 28th Mr. Braiwn featured new  poatatoeB and green peaa on the dinner  menu, lihd the name day Mr. and Mra.  Koy Proctar were dining oft new  careltsand fcurnops.  L Charlie I*ane, who hae been'4������n the  engine wiping staff for. the pnettwo  montbn, has gone to Macleod, Alberta,  and lo -relieved here by Fred Payne of  Creston.  : Ernest McOube is taking a wall earned vacation, and will be off the old job  for n couple of months. v  fore part of the week.  Mrs. McDougall of Kimberley was a  weekend visitor with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. John Kelly.  There is quite a shbrtage of berry  pickers in this section at present) and  the crop is corning in fast. On Tues-  the Reed ������-k Mather ranch alone had  100 crates for shipment.  Principal Marriott of Alice Siding  school gob away on Friday to Sale  home at Midway, where he will spend  part of the vacation.  The shipping depot at Stnith.a cross-  Bng waa opened for the season on Sunday, with Fred Ash again In   charge.  Bing cherries well ripened were  'picked at the' J. W, Pt&rkin ranch on  on Sunday.   How about this. Sirdar.  PoRtera* are up calling for tenders  for the delivery twice it week of mail  from Creston postoffle������ over a route  oovering the Altce Siding diatrict as  far north as OatrenskyX returning  via the K.V., two hours being allow*  ed for therbund trip.  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals as foilowo:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;      1>3e Gold!, ^126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $106,976,442;    Copper $209,967,068;     Sine, G50.312.557;     Coal  aiad Coke^ $234,099,133; StrcssUsrs! Mstsrlsls and Misce!lais^!i������ MineraleL $50,175,407; making its nBlzseral'prodiBQtio'Q to the end of 1925 show &t\  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production! year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tbe Mining I#������ws of this Province are more liberal and tbe fees lower than t-bess orf  any other Province in the I>onflimoaiJor any colony in the British ^Empire.  " " Missera! iGsatscns are graat-ed to dsseoy9S*5!^ fop noaailHai ^feeg,  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants. ~  S'iilS inffirssatisn. toset-bef with Msning Beports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VIGTpRIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������P?a* tlssally p-SS BH&lsh CoSumbls 3������Snerat rrapstrtles upon which development work fans heen done  are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Msnister of Mines. Those considering minir-iR  inveatments should refor to sneb reports. They are available without charge on application to the ?De-  paTtment o Mines. Victoria, B.C Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Wanch Building, Van*  couver, are recommended as valuable soarces of information. .  Beporta covering each of the Six Mideral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application.  raaBamMiHiiiw11'wiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWBSBsaaa  Ligjiter Underwear for the  '������iWaVstaMM!f  jl^|g^^^(^    ^||g[ "'   g^lj^^l g BtTOW B W  Men's Suits and  at, each ��������� $1-00  Frwl and l*slte Boffey, who have  been working in Detroit, Mloh., for  the post year, arrived on Wednesday  by  auto  for a  holiday visit at their  home here.  Mrs, jus. Caw wos a visitor with  Noltson friends a few days attholirat  of tlie.woek.  Bcbool closed for the summer vacation on Vrlday, with Miss Walker  leaving tho same day for her homo at  Nctuoim, and Mr. Junta dnparttng for  hla.hotno In Alberta.  . Miss Murphy has just arrived Irom  ISnaluaind* and will be making an  ������*tended stay  with her uncle,  W. U>  Kemp.  Vernon Is adding another 0Q7OO  aaito truck to Its fire fighting equipment.  176 couples wero In attendance at  the Masonlo dnnce one night last week  at fernie.   ,  The first Okanogan gooseberries  moved on June Ofcn; just two, weeks  later than in 1020.  Pentlcton hears that probably only  two of the five cunnoities in that district wilt, operate this year.  Tho ������avxstte rmmplnln* of the fact  that children are making n playground  of the cemetery in that town.  l,(W7,������tttt J cutthroat and Cranbrook  trout eggs were handled nt the Oran-  br-ook flub hatchery this season.  B-f^nntwlidaU-ng uomc of tlao cEaccca  Grand Forks will be able to dlMfiensa  watb tne services or mjw oi i>i������������i twiwuiiiS  teachcra at the on3 of June. -   ���������  SmUf Watson's Spring   Needle  j^vos3 yota wear, 'comfort and f^edonj, out in correct sizes to fit you,  all sizes, per suit, 1.85 to $2.50.  ��������� *  Watson's Ladies9 and Children^ Vests  ,; Priced $5c, 30c.f 40c, 50c, and op.  i i  \!l  ,U'l  Extra Outsize Vests, line, quality-^- -  I'.V" ���������    .  1 '< [ ���������   ... ������  * !;'f  -75c.  $1.50  toadies9 Bloemeips im Wnite and Peacli8 50c������ and 60c*  n,v  iTiirawiiiiLiawiitiaaxi:  :a=  ,    L^.!.,..,..,!..   ...Bj,.,.  sesas  anas  rsaacass  ssssss  iLO i' U  EIWs^l^ A ���������-!���������<>������������������������������������   aW������     #%tf^aikmW**. M mmjif  Pl:mra i IE r   nnMPttN w  LIM TED fz?  u'jiifi ��������� JSSSfSU&k  ���������a  JSSW  jWill kill 'many times more ������ies  for the money than any other  fiy killer. Each pad will kill flies  all day, every day, for-Jthree  weeks* At all Grocers, ��������� urng-  glsts and General Stores ���������  10c and 25e ^erfijaGfeage.  L  BRIEFLY TOLD  Perhaps tlie-first woman in Canada |  to take up aviation, Miss Eileen Vol- t  lick, 18, is daily receiving isis-ruction-i  at a IlaxaUto.a aerodrome ami has ap-"  plied to Ottawa Cor' n pilot's license,    '  Believes hi Aviation Future  Exploration   Has Succumbed  to Mod-  errs Method3 Says'Amundsen  Even,  exploration,   the  oldest  urge  of mankiaid taas succumbed to the ex-  8 pediehcy of modern 'methods of .trav-  | el, and in "aviation lies the. future" discovery of new lands declared Captain  Roald   Amundsen. ..of   polar   fame   before  sailing: from Vancouver fot-  Japan. , ;���������.���������'.-;--  For this reason Captain Amundsen  Lias abandoned any pinna for further  exploration and will content*himself  for tlae present Avitli retelling- of liis  exploits.. His present journey to Japan is Cor the purpose of delivering aw  series, of lectures in..the principal Japanese centres.  ("Exploring   vrill   all   be   done   froan  the  air  in   future,."  declared   Captain  r, Amundsen.    "I am too old to take tip  j i fly ins and I' do not intend to s tart any"  ' thing- :;w$iiCTt?i: ,-.x*ania,ot-!. carry ;<jyit myself.    ';Mr'"������a*tp' oaa   the   Norge ?'wJis   a  mistake. 'Cofflmaudm-Nobile     -was-   a  Ilier.   I  am   an   explorer.  Wo   did  not  re'  ���������w  'rty  >mPi"Sm rs3Lpuifm&������$%  ====== fe  c.Xperins<8fAfS of IziGrw titan  m "2*0������-^3^ 'Si.  *,Q  6*"  aa ���������  LIFE AND LETTERS OF PETER  Golden Text, "Come ye aftea*"me,  and I will make you fishers of men."  ���������Matthew '4.19.  ,.'KR<fawing*, fl JPopSbf.$. 1*110'f "|     y   ������2 :���������  Devotiofial 'Redding: .Isaiah* 55^13.  Red Rose tea is now packed J^  only-iix Aluminum,.and every g*t  package is guaranteed to be *&  in perfect condition. b |   '"  S^^:^������-���������aSSSa������aSt?^:^���������'���������:���������:;:��������� ?.   ���������  y A rFlevieiBVybyi'JVJeang of & /Ulusions: vy  Ascertain, how many1 tecogaitzefeach  allusion as you read it.'After a mem-  yber oS -JliOyclass yhssyexplaif^d^.&btir  r^fer*gii?c^V'';!iSle-a f6\^yTG^eBtl6n'a'IV'a!3'bis|  the lesson iu which it occurs.  Self la  Iho only prison that can ever  '"_' blti&thefsoul,. yV-''^ ��������� :SS- ' '���������"'���������������������������<  Love ts the only angel which "can hid  |y"1-W6c(|;fLt^syfuaai-on*;y f.if'M"    ;?-'���������������������������������??'%���������������'  K  V.v te *���������*  Early  ������iliadlali Settlers  primitive    Life   of   S^rkstr...&������iftiers  Pa.  3L  '.*1.  in f.  -ft*',  see Ihiaigs -alike  jinish-  "My exploriaig- (.lays aa*e now  ��������� "Oaptitiii iieorge ii. , \������ jissSo ;������u- ; ^^| mij ^ pa*i'ier ?o leave- wliil" nicy  nounced before sailmg for Seattle | ,fVero U( a v.������niih. I hfive been follow-  that he would rshoTtly rertiirn to Alas- j illg ^t>a'ns since I was -ITS nnd T am eon-  ka to renew his exploration,* of tho J t_onj to leaVe it to tlao yoUni^e'r Ren-  Arctic Ocean.  Hon. Miy. Justice Hidden, of the Su  preme ,Court of Otitario, -\v;vs re-elect-j  s^. ijre^i<40sit o������* Lfcts^- "LaHafc-iismx-t. o-oomi i  Ilyg-iene Council .-at Toronto L'or the i  ninth consecutive year.  The IMunitoba Cricket Associatiou :  has. decided ao seflil a teaui to Vait- :  couvor next August io compete iu the  Western Canada cricket tourxuajueut.  The personnel of she team will bo selected "alter a sea*it's of jest matches'  here.  A Router dfcifet-felj;:'- from Od'.'ssn  ���������bays that elcveu persons charged wich  ���������espionage in beiiaLt' oi Rouiuanaa have  beea seaitenced to death by the Soviet authorities. Tfca*ee oahers iv������t',  sentenced to ten years' imprisonment;,  while two -\vero acquitted.  The lluited Stales Co'tirc o������ Appeals  has reversed th^ .decision of the Vuii-  ed States District- Court oi Northern.  Texas which granted Frederick A.  Cook, Arctic explorer..a five year probation. Dr. Cook was sentenced to 1-i  years' iraprisonuieitt tbi-ee years ago  for dealing in'spurtcus oil stocks.  Canadian''authorities wall ho required to' mako the necessary inspection of '-pasteurization plants, dairies,  stables sand herds, iai order to Jiieet  tho requiiTMiients contained in the  I .enroot ball respecting- the entry of  milk aud cream froan this country to  the United States. "  ea-ation. My travels from aiow on into  the northern country will be with si  gun   aud  a   rod."-he   said.   ��������� Ho- also  hi the Northern part ot Canada above  Athabasca aud lu- hoped to be.able, lo  traverse the trails in.that.part again.  .^piss Horteiiao Cartiei*. only wui*vlv-  ilig daughter of Sir -George Ktleuno  Ga^tSea*. oate of tho Fathers oC Confederation, who Citiaie to Canada a few  :.d||-s ago as they|^ue3t;-ofx the fiyhite:;  Satar Line to?attend the eeraaiionies  iiiyCaiindu in coatnecttou -with the  jubilee-   ol* Coau'edeiyntlon.  i.   Honors Canadian Soldiers  WSjt-jhs    Pays    Tribute    to    Men  'Who'  y| Bro u gbt" F*"ell ef to C i "ty  yftcitrifelt refcognitiou  CaSnadi a u .soIdt'brs had  irtrg: the city of MOxas, where the iinal  siidt lu. tjtie war v^ag %'edi^ autiftlu> fclty  restored Vto ifs ''- -fsye^donxt after"5 ^"50  jitQudis Of Gea'tuan ^occupation, was  giyeii bj- Burgomaster Maistriau, ot  M;|j������is, at the uuveiling of the plaque  iftVcoriimemoration of the historic entry of .the- Caiuuliiia; corps into the.,,  city.   '   ���������"������������������������������������'-"���������- :- "r"-'-'  The Uui-gomaster replied on behalf  of ihe;'^eity.>'-Jto.^'.tlle^c-elo4uent'.���������:;addres&-  ��������� of  lion.   Hodolph^   Leinieux,   speaker  of t|je  Canadian House of CommoiiSj  1 and������to  tributes ' "paid ���������-by  others   taking 3>art in tlie, eerenipny. y  B'^rgoiiKister. Maistriau* paid glowing 5>raise to' f^the heroism of the  Canadians and spoke of the deep  gi-attiude of tlae people of Moris for  the ri'eliof they had brought - to} A tlie"  city|; As a special mark of recog-  niti<������i, the Burgomaster announced  thatV the following    had    been?    iiiade  honIi*arj- cil.izens-?of':'M'6*Qs:'V.'-:;'  ���������       ^. ....  General Sir Henry E. Horne,' Com-  an.ai0er of the First Array in- -whose''  territory the Canadians ' operated;  L.ieui.-<jreuerai Sir: Arthur CuL-rie/.coBi-  jnaiideiiof tlie- Cahidiah?corps; Major-  General F. O. W. Looanis, in conajnand  of the third Canadian Division-,. aiiS-  Brigi-Genertal J. A. Clark, who was in  ccuibiand of the seventh Canadian  Brigade, whoso troops were the -first  to enter Mons. The latter had also  been made a member of the Mons  Bar������ the Burgoanaster &aid.       .  ���������.���������-.  Aiiil whcil"he conies to call tafngtlrai'lis^:  ������ual follow last,  Has way may lesul through darkness,  :   but ;it brings to light at last.    ;-:-  ���������Henry van T)yke/  And the voice    which    came     from  Iieaivi^a,j-jve -heard *jvhei.)u:- Wfi j'v^a'e wyitii  hlmfOh*"tJte holy isio*unt^Iie:tei*7-'y !":-  Oai tho spire of the beii'ry tipped witla  ;i vane  pf;-'metal,ytli;Q friendly: tlitijies of-the-  '"'"'''''���������3prialg'''s.ual,'*'' ""' '"'     "*v "*'��������� '    *;'J%S '*"���������  Glanced  like   tiae  tongues   of  lire  beheld by  Apos ties   aforet ime,���������^Lpngfello.^:���������:: s, y s  You^Xoi'drjIjegate  Upper CahaSa*  In this jubilee year one may  contrast the lot of the immigrant today %'i  witli his predecessors in old Canada. *&������  .After   ,the   p. ���������J2. loyalists, who had ?  earliest #,'  "tfite^1 -, 6wn,f ";ti*6iiblCi5, tho  settlers had. a long voyage across lithe Atlantic in a sailing vessel, and IS  .'travelled thence to their destination $-t  - byy?the inland waterways Or by |  stage.      As they struck out into  tb<-* fe  v^i^^FTie^^cyeii^oiihs^^^te few and  as-  I ,.- ^. I V.3. cAnd.Cardlna^Betc&tlhav^ gbt^nowfto.fpossfss;  ou-ot- what .ivhe , ^ ^tjjf ,# ������������������. '������ ,- * * 4 S^ 0 iFtheW  d done in capt.in- 'That o^h-M.. Beter in his time ofjiga;^     .f'Thus  Deceived  his master,  ay, and  thrice,  onegLoi-U'-^'j.'jenny^on  I gave up hll^o- follow  Even like hian? who gave-up his neis  To winds and waves of Galilee!  ���������Thomas  Baily Aldrich  doctors were non-existent or difficult of access. ���������������?Aygoed-picture of S  'early seUlcment in -tJpper-'Canada is St  given by the historian McMullen. %���������  -He--describes -the .S-ett"U>r-: going luto %  the woods with 'no inore worldly ft  |pos*sl^io^?iiia^ % r^uh^m axe and ������~  i: J' *- - %3l6"theg' ^i*< Jis*baclc -&-&: ^?  bus  lightly* equipped,    ho    took ������  Let sail dear hearts with me rejoice, as  did the saints of old  When o.f.rthe Lord's ygood,  angel    tho  rescued Peter told.?���������Whittier:"   "  We shall bo sifted till the strength  _ri:Qf,gelf-.co.uceit be..chaiiged at lengthy  To meekness.���������Longfellow."'  A,, photographer makes   a   sensitive  J plate, exposes to just the rays of light  jthat he chooses, dips it into the" proper solutions, and holds; it up fo-t"i|,e  light to see If his. .pleiureV Ss there.  What-else did this Great Teacher do.  oai that day bait hold up three sonls  to ili&Umiit"to iirid out if?the reflection?  of the Son of God were, fastened,  there.���������Stifier.     S ���������:. 0. :*   \ -:*V2.S y..|y    { .'��������� )  ana ������j  upon 'Sr  ., ppssossioxi g������ lus tvv-o...hundred..acres g.  'jof. '^loseljf-fj^nbfe^ed fofestj jattd..^ and g"  "co&ilaeai'ol&'cL'''"' operatioife; |Tlie""'welkin %r  rings    ag<iiu      with      thfe      vigorous g_  strokes   as   huge   tree   after   tree  assailed sind tumbled  to  earth:  the   sun   presently   shines   iu  the.little -clearing,;v-^rnievbest-'-'Ofv/tbe/  logs are partially squared and servo  to  build  a shanty;     the    remainder  ;a*e:;?"':given-s'tOi*f&e?*^a^ess^  rieli  moid,  the accumulation of   cen-.  fit  turtes of decayed vegetation, sis  gathered into little, hillocks, it^o  vyhich potatoes are dib^lied. ' Indian  ���������eora is planted in another direclii������:),  and perhaps  a little  wheat;    If nit^i"-  rietl,   the   lonely   couple   struggle   gn  iii their forest oasis like the solitary  traveller "over  the   sand's   of  Sahara  ������g  or si bo'at adrift on the Atlantic, Tne  '������  'In warring Germany- T found pro  feasors'-' spreading.the? idea  that Ger- J nearest neighbor lives milfes off, s������|d  many is the    rock    eelected    by    the.| when   sickuess  comes   they  have to  4 mielitv find iinnn  wlm-lt fn->iiiilia  ITifi < ...���������.���������...-..--.-��������� -.-   ���������:-.. if:-  Almighty God upon which to build His  empire.''; ���������.���������.  ���������}<���������...,,.:���������_..-;, <: ;.,���������.-���������.-,- ;;-���������  .Your   accent   like   St.   Peter's   would  betray you,    ,.-.. }-'   .   .  Did not your yellow beard  and blue  :    r eyes;-���������-Longfellow, y .;- j; v : -. -ja ���������-:.-  We are inclined1' tor obey man rather  .than. CJod. to think more about what  others W ill"' say J taiafc- abdaat lio^ ",<3bd  will judger " J-    vy ^ - -  "You stee the church can no longer  say, like '.Peter, ��������� "Silver and gold have  I none,''.'. boasted- Innoeent^'the ?Fourth  to Thomas Aqutuits, and? tliat. great  philosopher remarked    in    his; turn.  | travel far "through the forest to claim  huiiian sympathy. But fortunately oar  nature,    w ith    elastic    tenipersunei|t.  adapts itself to1 circumstances,  aud. by the.. potaioes; peexy -^aip. *i������id tpie  c^h'bJadesrVmotiesltl^ V'slfSwS 'Jfehe^i-  selves, abound the charred mai^Le  |6amtis \-aScV girdled pines, and ^>e  pro'spect' of the sufheiency of fdjfad  gives consohition. As winter ap-  p'roa'ehoa, a deer now; and then a^fts  to the comforts of -the- solitary people. Sucliwei-e the 'mass of the figst  ���������Not* can.-sho , say,   .'Itise   .up. . and Isetilers in Upper Canada." ��������� Loncfon  iVallc'"  For     Burns     and    Scalds.  "Dr.  I'  . Thou svho.hast thyself  Thomas'  Eclectric  Oh will-take  tlie l?EhuIiire<l tills Tleshhood, -knowing how  as a soaked  1606  An Attractive, New Frock  You see it everywhere ��������� the  pearly gray enameled ware  that spells loaig service and  real, old-fasE������aoncd satisfaction.  This splendid kitchen ware*  SM? Pearl Enameled Ware-,.  defies wear and (car and its  sin-faicc, like all SMP Enameled  Ware, is so china-smooth and  cXeixn it harbors mo taints or  iarapaaritaes.  You need no steel ������wool or spccinli  cleatiMTs to keep SJhJP Pearl ware  ���������parliliug clean. Soup ������and hot %vateir  do ilai' trick in a jilfy,    Madciiti  ���������e%*rry new Hnndy i������ll������*������p* and saws  l.y ������������i old cKtabUdlivd Caiiadiun iiu-  ���������duotrj',  t������r Smp.h- Mhtax Phoowctj ������Co. ������'.,li^{Jn*'  MOHTRlfAr.        TOUONTO        W1NNIPBU  Kxceediugly ga*aceful is the. charming frock pictured- here. The bodice is  . joined--to the skirt having four flared  guile's" and there are long tight-fitting  sleeves. Contrasting material may be  used for the shaped baud at the hips  and the collar having button's as tho  only adornment. No. 1(106 Is for  hi Inner, and Hinyill wonaeai and -is iu  sir.es 1G, IS and 20 years. Size 18  CCC busl) a-eq-aaires 8^ yards SO-inch,  or 2% yards G-i-laach material. View A  a*et[uUes Va yai'rt additional 39-Incb  ! contrasting, malerlal. Price 20 cents  tho pattern..  The gn;rmc-uts Illustrated in. our new  Fashion Hook will keep you "In stop  with l'awlaiou.,' - They, arc advance  ;Hlylcs fat* tho' hdine dreskmokcr, aaid  ; tlie woman or girl who desires to  i woai; gariaient h dependable l'or taste,  ! simplicity and economy will iind her  | desire,'- fulfil led In our new patterns.  : Kucli pattern envelope gives charts  i showing at u glance how to lay the  i pattern on. material nnd where . tho  i different ploccn aire joinetl. Price of  Hie hook 10 cents the copy.  :   (ire out of a burn or scald. It should  be ,?at hand-in-'evecy. kitchen  six tliat  it-may>lje ay-aiia.h]e;at a.aiy??tina.e.i:There  is no "preparation reciCiire'tlV Just, apply the oil to the burn or scald aaid  tlie paiai will ubale and in a short  time cease altogether.  Making Concrete Lighter  "t'iassing" couca*ete to gave it added  lightness is a tiovol idea reported  from .Sweden. While tlae concrete, a  mixture) of sand, gravel, stud eemeut,  is still soft, gas; ia introduced into tho  mixture. This haa Hie same effect on  the concrete ns yeast lists on bread,  filling 'it with smuill holes. The concrete proclaaced Is just' as -strong ras  the owllnai-y product, hut'much lighter.  Andf-siailEing vestu'ro it,.;vcjin^, di^ag   -as  JitlowKa' Vi:        ,' VV      y    ?V  And*%rowh us in the liielaucTioly;deep,  Sustain...,.in.o that I. walk, these waves  Kesisthig!���������Mrs. IJrownlng.  Anal in the .hereafter, tangels may  ItoJL tho stone from the grave away.  ���������Wliitiior.  Adventurer.  -rrrrr  Corns are" caused hy the pressure of  tight boots, but ho onn: heed be troubled with them long when so simple a  remedy as Hollo way's Corn -Remover  is available.  "I was shocked to hear  I hut P-oter  eloped    with    jrour    wife.    1    always  thought he was    your    best    fi'.lortd."  "He is. but he doesn't know it."  ���������  ,Toronto Goblin.  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An������l a  ehla-ontotiHo'ry da yo oldo tlnvo barber  whop up to date.  It would bo nl range It tho company  4 tn. main kecpfl didn't know hSm.  Plclui'ti sho'w'a l\Tr. Ilamnay MacBonald, Urltain*������ T.atbor lendev, and his  rlttughtw iHiibi.vl, "btalnpf woleomod l>r tlio Mayor of Boutliiunpton on tho arrival  tit that port ot the thimiru J*ii������ui- "jiuix-uniirJii," Ba thu ^juui������ axe cJlco  Aut'aur IIiMidea-Hon aind F. O. ItObfcrtB.  Invention- of French Pbstnian "Operated by Compressed Air Motoaa  A Fr.ench postman   nanied.   Kruost  Dole, of T^OB-pIlles, a little town,hour  Avignon, Frsance, who. claims to lasive'  Invented  a now  form  of ilylng  nm-  clLlne to ba operated by,'a compressed  ah* 'motor- and   six  lilRb-pressnao  sUr  lubes    which   would   pea'mlt   instant  olevalioaa, plncas'd  a model of his invention on exhibition    at   tho    town  lhea*e.   .liixtaapoaecl " to   tlao  motor   ap-  jaeavrs , a    novel.,  turbine,, . appara.tW**  wiileh   lakes in air to roptaco the Jill*  |-1S^}^'; ^'ii*|.f������\':t:tij^'^^  therJ'hy dt^cfti'si'nK wiiia'Jltaiy'noOtV5 ot  I'lii.il power.  The pltuao rortomblcs tho 'Sianlos  Diamo-nt model iai' fOrhi; Tho model  shows two ^-.riinamlBsioni''Pttiiw.VH-; aunl  ���������Iwo propellers, ono located over the  how ol! tho machino and, the other below midship, ���������    .,   ��������� ���������  Aside frnna Iho a;<������nipiflssed air mo*  tor which Jet tho most Important feature o������( (.his In-yontjloaj., tlio 'p^auiaaiii's  tiei-oprano'"'dlHtinaajuIshos-' iisoi*'fl iaoaia  othqr i-|ly,ing,;,niaelviuea.J-g|t^eiu^ ab^o tp  stplil'^VO 'iVertieai'clov^i(j0*S5'.ii '���������vni-'U ?:. tlio  safety of H������o pilot 1������ uociirod.through  4i-auraf btm-atSon-'of - We -w'imsn' l������ttdA-piu-a-  chutee. The inventor of the niitchlno  hopes to gtvo It a trial woon at iho  uii'da-omo in Lyons,  K������pmiiI������w1iiuiii>������ii������i'*J������iWiI������iii*i'i*'W'  Mi/ToviUnO 'oftW    JMt.fl   ������������.    wlwe    ������o  our- own ca������h'iil<i������BitOBii.": /''  ���������'.'���������..'.. tPHE    KEVIEW.    CIHEBTOX,    B.    C.  Kills Flies'Mmst&itoe&^^p^  U"-^u3j*9rj-^r&*S<&WS7 "%d&������iF ���������&***������ act*  TOMS-*  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,   1925  ently with shoe polish. A stern toboggan-slide of a hat, stiff and unrelenting, sat on Maggie's head like a  helmet of mail, and tho. froaen-lootc,  which even tho smallest kodak  could Inspire, was Sn her eye.  "Say,., kid, you're smart!" cried  Maggie in admiration, "I wouldn't  know that* myself/'  Helmi laughed, showing a row of  shining white teeth; she knew she  was being praised.  Sho touched the photo ^and then  pointed to Maggie's  eyes.  "You'll do," said Maggie approvingly, "Kate Kenny didn't hand me a.  lemon this time."  The head waitress of the Yale Hotel was absent; lawfully detaiaied, too.  Indeed, at that moment that tho delicious odor of roast beer, gravy, fried  onions and creamed cauliflower was  -floating into the dining-room from, the  Save-  Carried to Extreme  '  CHAPTER 1 [.���������Continued  'Get along with you, Anna/' said  Maggie isootliingly;  ^you're crazy, Be  j- tJ- . -������_;is_Il^'--..^���������'_: i;J.-.'-'^������.^.'l:l_'.. -'-'^.- . -..^..j^,Q:   lW-..a������     iT.sk-,-1-^.  V������^aM*i,L������s--Vj{.V-.U'V.a,r**.Vt! .:,t-y;-5.vyA.,- ������-.-. .Sly _ yOUi.  heaiiVand  good money   eounin*  every  mouth; yand  I'd  adfise .yyou  to \stowy  all   that"? wild V talkV   or?   you'll   Vget.  tanned.'! -'      -;V V   . V...  "Sure, that's a threat���������shut" your  mouth or lo'se your joby We're  slaves, every one of tiS;; And you're  one, too, but you love ?your chains."  Anna was not lo be appeased:     *f  "Well, slave or no slave,fwill yon  meet the girl at the station?"?  "No," said Anna, "I only recognize  the   claims  of  the   Onion.;    This   girl  is  a scab so far  as' I am concerned  Your religious  stuff doesn't   go  with  ���������'mb.-r-it's  soothing  syrup,,    that's    all.  This is ywar,  Maggie;   .we   might  as  well ha.ine it, it's w:ar.    Now go, and  tell on me if you want to/*'  yi.Maggie VKennyy looking  ��������� aCl-ar:   the  iaead waitress as she swept fiom the'  roo^ii, shook   her head.     "That's   the  divil's  own    talk."    she    said,    "and  there's no  sense in    it.     ffWell, -she.  ;������������edn't go tofthcVtrain;. I - cari?get Mrs.;  ?Spe?ncer  herself!? to; give y iiie- a %Mand  with' the dinner,  It's herself that:  cm do it well, and will make nofcoin-  plab.it of it, either.; Slave owner she  may be, but it's a grand woman she  is, auyway."  Mrs. Spencer, when appealed to' by  her old friend and cook, readily  agreed to cook the dinner. She had  planned to go to a Tea at the Rectory  to raise money for the Chinese, but  she would send her dollar instead;  and. indeed, she confided to Maggie  it Avas grand to get her hands into  tlie.pie.crust again, and. maybe it was  just as good to do a kind turn for a  Finaa girl coaning into the country  ��������� ^ for^W Ghiaiese, across ihe sea. The  problem of "tlae new F'aaih girl did not  bother her at all? "Any girl that will  wash dishes and scrub floors cau always find a place.; and : if. she's civil  aaiti clean sind hottest she'll get' on,  and," added Mis. Spencer, "we can  i\o with another now the Sprang is  ''"'herea net- we'll be for turhang out the  hetli-ocnns."  When  Margaret Kearny  got off the  Broadway car opposite the station, a  EXPECTANT  Read Mra. Menard's Letter.  Her Experience May Help  Chatham. Ontario. ���������' '1 want to tell  you how much good your medicine  ~ ~        thus done inc. Be-  forc my baby  caymo 1 l'plt soy  wettlc and run-?  down.that-I could  hardly do my  work,     My head  ached continually  and I was ho discouraged that. I  could cry li'om  moi'nanp*tillnaght.  I had a no tho r  ._-_..,.���������.       - -1 baby justone your,  find a half old nnd at gave me a lot to  do.    So 1 thought I would try Lydia  E.. Pinkhttm'H Vegetable Compound,  t\n I haul rend so much nbou b 31 in tho  little books. I found n diffcrencoright  away as my hosul was relieved und  my tired feelinpfM  gone.    My sister  laid been doing any wanhing and she  continued doing at,   as  she said   it  might set mo back if 1 started to do  it again,    It sua-o did help two and I  hnd tnVJ.-n. ju^t rw<*������ twttlon when my  baby enmo*.    He is a ihio lug boy,  now nearly lave   months- bid.   1 am  talcinpr your modicino ngiain nnd I am  able to do my work all by myself? now.  I always recommend the Vegetable  Compound to women, and cspuclally  U������ expectant niothorm, ua I believe  they need help at.thoeo tunen."~-  Mra, Ouvkr mkwar������, Iii Harvey St.,  Chatham, Ontario, " O  \y,   K.   v.   iGNO  crowd ot>sti*ucted  the* trafale," gathering,  knotting, and swelling, overflowing  into the    street.    Polieemen - on  horseback shouted, whisties hleW.'impatient automobile  horns   gave   back  derisive answers, and every moment  the crowds- grew denser.    Maggie, .remembering her mission,  kept on the j  edge    ofV the    whirlpool,    wondering  What was causing all the excitement.  In  a lull in the  commotion  a man's  voice fell on her ear, a hoarse voice,  'rough with shouting. The words were  strangely familiar, f  "Wage slaves, when will you wake  up      The railing.classes, the owners.  bring tUs here  to   do the rough ?and  dirty work,, pitting us one against the  oilier  to get their work done cheap.  .V-"?."''.   Nothing--to'.", lose',-; but f'our  chains! ,'....    .   tliey- send  their paid  police to scatter "us.   But the day?will  cotne." ���������       V  Maggie   turned ,,jnyra.y.     This,  then,  was the y placo where Anna yMilaiider  was  getting   her  education;   and  too  bad it was, for Anna was a smart|fgirl.  As Maggie made her way through? the  ci*owd she came suddenly-upon Anna;  hard*iy-??recQghizitig her, for??she wore  aai: q?td;cape?ajiid; a heavy:"black veil.  As  Maggie jostled against her iai the  crowd her cape was brushed back,-revealing a. heavy stone in her hand.  "Cut that,"  whispered    Maggie?    in  her  ear. "Don't be a  fool,  Anna: Dp  you want    to    go    jail?    Remember  there's law in Canada."  "Law for the rich," ; sneered Anna,  "none for the    poor    only    what! we  make ourselves, and you're not helping us!"-    ;.;? ';���������::. y;.y. V   ���������*  A  movement  in   the   crowd   s*avept  Maggie on before she could  say- another word. fShe hitah'fed into the station and saw that the big clock above '  the stairway, pointed  to, the.-hour of  1 he an*i vai of the -, trainv,. *ati?d? already  the two living banks'were forming 121  readiness for that, troubled and iaalpi-  tatitag stream which would come surging tlirbugh the iroxi gates below..  "It's auare to be, livin' In a country  where tlae whole world  come to see  us," Maggie, thought to herself Vwhen  two Hindus with their lightly draped  head-da'esa  walked  haughtily  hy,  followed by a colored man and woman  with their little gtrl holtt by the hand.  "I'm  glad  I'm  white,"  said Maggie  to herselC;   "a while    skin    may    bo  hai'der to keep clean, but It's worth  the trouble   .   .   .  and oven the poor  cliiltt.Is as   blickvas  fa  .boot,���������thai  .doesh'-t   seeftia   fitlr-r-but   that's?? God's  business and not inlaioj and I'm glad.  Gosh!   I  hope Katie'husn't landed a  leanon on me. ........  i4 'A rcd-hairo<i girl ha n green tarn"  ���������that's not much to go by���������there's  ten thou&and sltudes of red itaii*���������and  every girl those days wears a taian���������  sloppy, lop-eared things they are, too.  They. Btifgod past her, women with  shiiwls ovei" their heafds nnd' ondlesa  troops ot; chlUlren, unirorau only In  woairinos������ und amiss In caa. Maaggto'a  tidy soul longnd Cor oceans of soapy  water ttnd mouutalns of woft t.owett*,  and l-ftckB of clothes and troops-; of  luhaisloring angola with their sleevow  rqllod up, to help lior,;*. Absorbed jii  her glgjuiUc pliaiW,; sho. foa-got "Jnji* of-  rand, rousing witji .a? start wliona  Vai<!0 bosldo her said,; "Maggie Kenny ," She looked around to see who  hud spoken aud found b^shlo her ������  tall young girt with soft bvown oyos^  red liaiir, final wearing a greon tarn.  "Maggie Kenny?" Bho an Id atgain,  with 11 note1 ot ciMjuii-y at tlie vjkJ, ami  au aannilstakably foreign accent.  Maggie took her hand -.laniuilalvoly.  "you're a smart thing," slao said, forgetting that tins glai could iaot nnder-  Hlmul; "how"did yo'h know mo?"  Tlfelml had   a    photograph   In   her  hand, au old ono taken yeni'K before.  .wheai     bnnf*^    wero    woa-n.    l'.iid     ****  ysia-alghl   nnal   jiliiHlerod   down   oppcur-  re airs. Spencex  a bung-alow apron, carved and ���������"disked,"-at that very- moment Miss Anna  Milander was locked in a eell at the  central police station, charged with  having maliciously and wlLh Intent to  hurt hurled, .a stone at a policemanV  Ann-nu_ did not deny the charge; sine  was well pleased with her afternoon's  work. She had struck a blow in i-reef-  dom's cause. It was all rather vague  ill Anna's mind. She was rather favorably disposed toward 'policemen' as  a class., but having joined the Union  she was determined to become "class  conscious." Policemen were enemies;  so. were employers; every one was au  enemy except members of the Union.  So Anna, having a clear program in  her head, sat on her narrow bed iu Ita  warm cell, well content. Her picture  would be in the paper; she would be  praised by they speakers. She had  risen from the .dull, gray, dusty depths  O'f obscurity, which the speaker called the base of the economic pyramid,  and in the .interests of her comrades  in the submerged strata had heaved  a n honest rock? More th an that, it had  gone':Unerringly to the mark, and tno  pride of kcliievement burned In Anna's heart. In the fulness oE her contentment she sang:-��������� -��������� .       y.  "The banker   calls  it interest,  and  winks the other eye; y  The merchant  calls it  profit,  and  heaves ya .joyful  sigjh;^, t ,.  The landlord calss it rentals, and  he puts it in his bag;  The  good  old honest   burglar^-he  just calls It swag." f  Though not related, Helmi and Anna bore the same name and resembled each other in features and color-..  ing���������;the same creamy skin, .reddish  hair,! brown, eyes and general type.  But at the moment they' were widely-  different in appearance owing to the  different styles of dress.. llelmi wore  a coarse shirt, a print blouse,. with  leather belt, hea\-ily soled boots and  home knitted stockings. Anna having been two years in Ciinada, had already acquired "style." She wore a  narrow skirt, silt at the side, showing a Have of crimson petticoat, with  a knife pleated edge; a belted coat, a  red "Windsor tie, und sHk stockings  always. The thought of having worn  cotton stockings when she arrived in  Canada gave her a smothered feeling  now���������-they were the brand of -servitude: "Bondages," sho ��������� scornfully  called them. :"  (To He Continued.)  What Russia Owes  Private British Investors VJuivo  claians against the Kusslaai Soviet  Government amounting to ������ pl.0,000,-  000, and Russia's war debt to Brltailn  Is about iC7������la,000,000 ��������� raoref than  ipG.OO0,000,000 altogether. IluHstath indebtedness to Franco is quite as  gjyeat, TUus.sUmtf appear to be pasl-  rmasierai In the art o'l' tho golden  touch.  There are 2,Kl0,O0n lleonsod radio  listeners hi England; ],337,122 in  CJormany; 238,000 in Sweden aaad 114,  A 02 in Denanark.  DODD'S  TTW1  oans as  comfortable   as Hotels -Says  Chief of Dtectives in Quebec     V-  Assertiug that cj-iminaas of Canada  and the United States no'longer fear  pa-lson terms, George S. Ilioux, chief  of, detectives in Quebec, rapped  "mollycoddling" of criminals in a paper read at the convention of police  chiefs in Windsor.  Kioux went on to say that prison  reforms/had been carried to a ridiculous extreme, and, that many prisons  now contain comforts not 10 be found  Iu homes  "The crook gets a better break'  than victims of his violence," the  Quebec chief detective said. "He is  let loose on society after his sentence is completed, aud the worst  that happens to him. when ho outrages society again is that he returns to  a place that is as comfortable as a  hote^.f.:V.?.?f.;?yy.f.i.y.y "y.y-f,' ,., -.fyy  Say hag that records prove that 70  per cent.' of "the criminals who have  been "coivvlcted three times or more  go back  to    their    crooked    devices  when     thoy    are    freed.      T>fit-=otiv������  *��������� ,1  ii t;������ii.  ;tci-u ������ kj  Giim-Dipping**   is   an   exclusive Firestone process.  t!m *  It insulates ana impregnates every strand of every  cord with irobber. yjb-tlernaai  Of  Itioux declared that    no    amount  sentimentalisiii or "sob  stuff"  is  going tol^ave? the,misfits of* the world.  Refuses to Pay Fees  Has  Reason Elevation of Lord Byng  Not Been Gazetted  . The viscounty conferred on Lord  Byng in October last on his retirement from the governor-shir* of Canada, has not".-yet been gazetted and  the delay is believed to be due to tho  high cost of fees for gazetting a peer^  age or elevation therein,- which Lord  Byng refuses to pay. This runs anything between ������330 and ������730, according to the grade. Lord- Byng is  following the4- example of otheir' soldiers who received honors "in recognition of their war services in declining to' pay for his elevation.  XI>V>9UM  C*a&4  to    3l    HiiiflilnasKsa���������the1    side  walls ,.aiffB, gett&yy,_, str������tf;?kgth-  ened.      Firestone    FasH=Ss2e|  Bailsosis aBso*"!? *&&!&. isr������g>������-f.'  larities���������snaking driving ea^  ier and ariditigf laaoifc eoaiaf ort-  able. , .  Firastone Dealers are in af  position to save you money  and serve you better.     See  your nearest dealer to-day.  FIRRSTOrNE TIRE 8s RUBBER CO.  OF CANADA, LIMITED  Hamilton, Ont.  MOST MILES PER DOLLAR I  Firestone Builds the Only Gum-Dipped Tirea  AGREATPUZZIE  TO CAREFUL PARENTS  LiUii-S fillips VOX  I hue   lA  . One of the greatest puzzles to tlao  careful parent -iiSr.to "know just what  mediciho ytbfVgive? the; little ' oaies.  Wheii ttie cliild falls "'ill "With "griping  pains; is seized witli cold or lever,  a*efuses food,.or vpfniitsf,what he has  taken, whe^Vylie 'ycarfs'i; ''-y&Vyga-eia^ff-dealj  and cannot get ihe ^leepf? so raoees-  sary to the growing child, the parent  is Jn a Quandary. What is to be done  oif sucli becasioiis ?" As often as? not  thea*e is not" a suitable medicine in  the house. The puzzle is what to  give hhn to sot him right: quickly.   \  (It is to meet such emergencies  that Kaby's Own Tablets were designed. These pleasant little Tablets  quickly reduce fever, -break' up colds,  relieve constipavtioia and indigestion  and allay teething pains. They quiet  the nerves caul promote restfaal  health-re storing sleep.. They are  guaranteed absolutely harmless aaid  safe for even the youngest and most  delicate baby.  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  medicine dealea*s or by naail at 25  cents a box from The, Dr. Ayilllams'  Medicine Co., Isrbckville, Oait.  Vouchsafe, O fLord, toVkeep us this  day without sin.���������Te Deum. f.  Deiar  Lord,   Thou  bringest   back fthe  mom;  Thy   children  wake;    Thy   children  '���������?���������      iwyay.;   ^������, f  Oh! inakO.'6air sbuls?ydiAjineiy yearn.  Pour Tliy best beaut^ on "the day.  Lend   our   slow   feet   that   speed! of  y?'-Thine:?, y'*-;;-;?%.*" ' V  Our bus^'iiaudS; from evil stay;?  Lord, help us "still to tasks divine;  Still keep us in the heavenly wfay-  The    wealilihgs   ^leadf' the dinners  pray'; " -   *v- -;   ���������_-?--  But, LordygThy  grace;; exceeds, our  ^yyfsin;?;V '?    V?'y: .-���������";���������".   ������.ps~S>!:"-.   1  We cannot ask too bright a day;  Too much of Thee we cannot wiai.  ���������Thomas'liornblower Gill.  Let it be oiar happiness this day to  add to the' happiness of those around  us, to coin fort some, sorrow, to relieve  soane want, to add some strength to  bur neighbor's virtue.  William El Jo a-y Channlng.  E������ase sunburn wilih*. Minard's Liniment.  First Electric Street Car  First Electric Car in the World  Operated at St, Catherines, Ont.  George��������� K. Patterson, builder of the  first, electric cni* operated in tlao  world, died recently in Pasadena,  CaHi? In '.1S7-1 he e-ilablLshed a car-  rhago building business In'St. Cathai'-  inos, . Ont.. " ai.aid later constructed  street curs, the firtu being known ns  Patterson and Corboia. It. was oaie of  lals street cars, converted Into an  electric 'oiar, lhat was operated Iaa 1SS7  between St.. I'nt.liarino.s and Thoa-ohl.  Five yours ago lao retired from active  business at tlie uge of S3.  Record of War Service  Tlio devotion oI' the Praisslan "stoel  'helmeta" to' tho IlohenzoHeans is  really very hard to understand. Tho  family's .rocoTd of war nervlces is a  very poor ono. The Kaiser ran awiay.  The Crown Prince.earned the I'oputa-  lion oC r gay Lothario. F.ltel stolo  furnHairo from Iho country houses of  prtvato clllxens. ��������� Lomhm Suiuhiy  Pictorial.  Tn the little town or Lymo Centre, N.H., with a population of 900,  two iat every hundred nro over SO  years of ugo. Thirty residents ard ho-  twoon 70 and 8ft,  Lived 30,000,000 Years Ago  Oaio of tho world's largest .dinosaurs (ToiMileria), which dioil about  U0,000,000 years ago', is to be put on  Its legs again at-tho'Natural History  Museum, South Kensington. ��������� The  Toauleri.'i lived in the enuiaa-ies of rivers, laid eggs, and ate floating vegetation. It was about fifty feet long  and 'hiity foot- high, and weighed  something like ten tons. Its bones  were found, in Tanganyika.  Eczema Covered  Entire Body  Cuticura Heals  THE*!  Among thoBrt who didn't Hee Iho big  police parade was tho man who robbed a store while It was taking pluco.  Mlnard'a Llnlmant la reliable.  ''An far back as I can remember  I had eczema. Practically my entire  body wa������ covered wlthiit. It broke  out In a find rash which as I grew  older developed into pimples and  bliHtrrn, An -a child I uned to ncraldi  it until it would bleed, ond the burning and Binartinu were terrible. My  face was a tdght rafid I was kept  home from nchool. I was kept awake  ut night and the torture was terrible.  " I Pent for a free Bnmple of Cull-  cura Soap and Ointment and after  using it I Rot relief, I purchased  more and in three month a 1 wan  completely healed/' (Signed) Mist*  Kdith K. Hunter, K, K. 3, Brock-  ville, Out.  Keep your akin clear by ualiag  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum for daily toilet purposes. Touch  piuaplent rand itching, if uny, wilh  Cuticura Ointment, bathe with Cutl-  vuia Soap ami hot waier,  n������pui:  -su������k.������i������#, Lm.  vu.  A<ldr*������������   C������ti������ili������n  UMlml,*   l"������-l������������, Ha������o  % iinil Vic. T������Jc������M������ 85*.  i      *.  Omtintnl  VtiUiaiik   Z*m*mwmmm.  Z* TH JS   UK&STOH   KJSVfiJfiW  _!Il*������U  Odin iJISil  I  19  o  I *H Zt. v  - ureoiuu  ������r_u___ j-t^. y-������ ^������.������__    a ..-���������l.  ���������*!���������!-.  *  agraa**"*������������������^^  Clara Bow and Antonio Moreno ta thel^arnoant Ptane  *It* im Elisor G^-Clazence Badger I  ^rcxiuw  m8jS SS      i  This year it is necessary to have a Permit  from some Forest Officer before any camp-  fire may fee set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sure to get a Permit for your camp-fire  and  follow the  instructions  printed   on   the  back of it.  B  B  1  i  BEITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SESVICE  ^B^&W&sfSi Fa������B*������������t sWimf^&S  WSmfSmW     &jSmlW     fWEBmP  Local and Personal  Cows. For Saxje��������� Fresh milch cows.  Fred Smith, Ctreston.  For Saxk���������One male and two female  Pekin ducks, $4.50 for lot. McAlpine,  Creston.  Fob Sale���������Wicker baby buggy, in  Rood shape. Mrs. A. i* Palmer,  Creston.  Jersey Hbifer, For Sale���������Purebred. 15 months old. K. Andrew, Box  64, Creston.  For Sai.k���������Alfalfa and clover hay  delivered, $20; or $15 ton at ranch.  Percy Boffey. Creston.  Mass Cowling of the school teaching  staff, left on Saturday for her home  an Vancouver, where shp will spend  the summer vacation.  Wanted���������Two Jstrawbervy pickers.  R. Stewart (Alice Siding) Creston.  Wanted-^���������Strawberry  pickers, and  Eackers,    accommodation     provided.  [, F. Robson, Wynndel.  Miss Anna Anderson leaves today  for a short visit with her sister. Mrs.  Keith Kettlewell at Kimberley.  Mass   Lyda   Johnson   is    renewing  acquaintances   in  Nelson   this week  leaving for that city on Monday.  Fob Sale���������Mason & Risen piano,  good as new, $375. Also some carpenter tools.   Enquire Review Office.  Mr. and Mrs. Rainey Rose of Medicine Hat, Alberta, are visitors this  week with Mr. and Mrs. J,  tion.  The special service for Dominion.  Day wilt ba used.at Christ Church on  Sunday eveninpf ������od  at Lister in the  affceraooBi    The  rector   will  give  s"  special address.  At the annual meeting of the B.C  Goat Breeders"* Association at Vancouver last   *weelc,   P.    G.   Ebbutt   was  (elected as   the Kootenay director-of  ' the organization.  The old Hatfield barber shop building on Fourth street has just been  purchased by M. "J. Beninger w'ho is  having it rerabdelled'andgfitted np for  a rooming house.  Misses Edith Crawford and Jessie  Learafuonth, who have been taking  nhe fourth, year work at Nelson high  school the past term, arrived home  today for the summer vrcatiota.  Orin Haydon. who has been working  at Detroit, Mich., for the past fifteen j  iiiOntufi,    fn"raf������Ve������i    icOIiaS    nt  tiSS   CUC5 OT  week for u holiday visit with his par-  outs, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Hayden.  Principal McLellan left at the first  of the week for Vancouver where he  plans to spend most of the ten weeks  vacation attending summer school at  the University of British Columbia.  The annual meeting of ratepayers of  Creston school 4 is ti ict is announced  for Saturday naght, July 9th, at the  6choolhonse. Fred Lewis is the retiring trustee, and Dr. Henderson is the  retirinjc auditor.  James Col ley, assistant saaper������ntend-  eut of colonization for the Canadian  Pacific Bail way, Calgary, was a Valley visitor at the end of the week, and  is hopeful of placing a couple of Not-  weigan families on land here.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church,  Creston, remind of their garden party  at the home of Mra. W. B. Martins,  next the the Premier garage, next  Friday evening, with sale of refreshments and dancing on the green.  Misses Wade, Hardy and Boss of  the public school staff got away at the  end of the week, for their vacation at  coast point?, with the former intending to take the summer school at  Victoria commencing next week.  Robert Moore has been successful in  passing well up in the list of students  graduating'ut the provincial Normal  School, Victoria, this term. Almost  300 teachers were turned out at the  normal schools at Vancouver and  Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Chits. Mopre and  daughters, Frances and Molly, left on  Monday for Spokane, where they \vilK|  be spending a few days with friends,  Mr. Moore will, go or to Victoria and  Vancouver on official business before  returning.  With the decidedly moist May and  June forest fire fighting expense in  the Creston Valley this year has been  tbe lightest on record. With the exception of a blaze in the Alexander  timber near Lister at the end of  Ap������*8l there has not been a single fire  to date.  4.uc  aIIuiV uixci. uiavuuv v*>n ludiko J  a notable, contrabution to the Valley's  strawberry export this year if the  present crop esiiiiiutea ar6 realised.  The Os. Arrowemiftb, StaU, Wenger  ssad Cardinal ranches are aoi? on the  shipping list and expect to send out a  total of 55000 crates.  AiiKliean uharori service  9  SUNDAY, JULY  OSESTON���������S a.m. and 1.  .LISTEtt���������11 a.m.  CANYON���������S p.m.  3  30 p.m.  *    i  UUHi 1IIU  | DOMINION uAY  TWO PERFORMANCES  'a  I  "iTIie Finest Band in the World"  \\  Two Entire Changes of Prograisikiie  i  _   _*^lia#fe^  ���������Willi :"!*.���������*".���������*��������� i l^i  SBB ������8-4-91VI fiA B i ������������  I..-a  Showing a Versatility Seldom Equalled  and Never Surpassed !  Although playing ihe Snest compositions by the greatest ajaaters  in a perfect inanner, tSiey introduce many new.and. novel  in the art of brass band music such as a perfect imitation ol  the Grand Pipe Organ, and new ways of playing popular  and jazz music.  RESERVED SEAT SALE WILL OPEN MONDAY,  JUNE 27th, at Beale & Elwells.  MAIL ORDERS, Box  168, CRANBROOK  Prices���������Night, Reserved Seat. $1.50  General Admission, $1.00  AFTERNOON���������Adults $1.00;   Children 25c.  These prices include Tax  *.<-k(������K>0*  5111 19  UlllU  40c. lb.  5-lb. quantities  $%3bt  IUi  V. MAWSON  Wanted���������Girl for general house  work, to commence now or at July  1st. Write, Mrs. D. P. Kane, Kaslo,  B.O.  The fishing season on Summit Creek  opens on July 1st, and the weekend is  bound to see a riiBh to try out thEs  atreara.  For Saxe���������American crenm separator, good as new, S-cow capacity,  $30. Geo. Strong, Commercial Hotel,  Creston.  Mis. Maxwell left at the first of the  week for Vancouver, where she is  vitilting with her con, Okaronce, sn  that city.  C. B. Twlgg ia at visitor aib Pullman,  Wash., thia week, where he la attend  ing a convention of Pacific coast horticulturists,  Auto Fort Sale���������Ford touring car  in Rood tunning order, $200. Can be  seen at J. Carr'a Creston, Mrs. K.  McGonegal. Kitchener.  The missionary tea at the rectory,  on Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Newby an hoatesH, netted $8.50 for Christ  Church Women'a Auxiliary.  Mrs.   Bui man   of   Vancouver  ia  a  Cronton visitor at present, the guest  of her <3 maul iter, Mra (Xlov.) J. Ucril-  man of Trinity   Ghui-oh parsonage.  Cii'Htoaa    Co-Operatlvo     Fruit   Kx  claiiiigo otfici'ii  tare  now located in the  hlftr nmv   u'ltr^hitaaHn   huiUlinor,   In the  qaiiirlerH formerly UHeci   hh  ii atoa'e by  SPECIAL SALE  LateBt shades, pure Thread Silk, reinforced   with Artsyl,  run-.^roof  tops,   extra  elastic.    Exceptional value.  v  Dry Goods  Groceries  Furniture  Hardware  mmmmaumm  |BfMMg


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