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Array Jf-1  *. ^-SJr^  "^  S^  .#  A  THE    CRESTON  Yo  -       "VT*V  CRESTON,'B/C.. FBIpAY, MAY 27, 1927  iWJ"-  Factory  Hallock Veneer  gin of 8 to 7. The score' was tied at  the end of the seventh and it was not  Si!! ten taninga had heen complete that  Ufahk put over the "winning counter.  With   the   installation   early   this?  month of a veneer laths s.nd a veneer  clapper the Onus. O. Boaters boa: factory is now turning out entirely-made*  in-Creston    strawberry     crates    and  cups���������with the   exception of  the wire  stitching in- the latter,   and the nails  and the label ink on   the former.   Incidentally   the  new   equipment   will  mean  the  distribution in the way off  wages   of a   wood   part of  the   *$65Ck>  spent in past season's at the coast for.  the cup yeneer, to say nothing of the  bill  of   about '|7������0  Pep   annum   for  freight on same.  The two new. machines are operate  ing in the addition built to the factory  the past winter. Thar lathe wiii handle timber four, feet in diameter cut-  tang it in strips up to 86 locfeesy" long,  and to a- thinness of almost oaa* tfairty-  secOnd of an inch,, for: tho berry  halloctcs, on which it is now operating.  using cottonwood,'' which' gete a  twelve hour soak .in .a hot water vat  before being put oh' the 'spindle and  revolved against ������, keeaa'.y sharpened  blad<B>,.which, turns it cut iu eisKcstend-*  less strips of the desired, lengths and 1  thickness. These strips awe fed into  the slipper four or five deep* and cab  cut in widths from oae to 10J inches.  Besides cottonwood the latbe works  just as' well with spruce and Mr.  Kodgers informs that-whet e the logs  are handled within a .few days .after  being felled ^here  is  ariST occasion for  - so-aking.theni.     ���������   As "-__������"' present time the- factory is*  operating with a-vs-ail of aboqifc twera-i  *W",..  ^Col. Fred "Lister, M.P.P., and Principal Jenks of the Lister school,, were  motor visitors here on Saturday.  Miss Clara Hunt, who is at the high  school at Creston, was home for the  weekend, going back on Tuesday.  Julius Gillard, millwright for Continental Lumber & Pole Company for  the past five years, left SLitchener on  Wednesday, aiad will certainly be  missed by everyone.  mc  Bar.  and  Mrs.    MeA'teer- ar������d J. '  Fleming cf Porthili   were   Kitchener  callers on Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs.  C|B. liewis of Copeland^were here on  Sunday.  - - ���������. -  R. Joyce, C. Bush and E. Blair were  Creston callers on, Monday, going up  by auto.  * T. Trerelyan of Creston is here  at present doing some carpenter work  for W. __w Hathaway.  ��������� E.-J. WestJWi^r?down f i*ean thc*l_ead-  ville-mine oh^^^nes^call, Saturday.  Mrs. Charles ^Bu^vi^hof^Jhas been  "seriously ill. left oH-Motiday-fot:Satok-  =       ��������� ,*!G?eSs^^������_5__tfVW^;5:____w  ane, wnere she ks sn t-s^nsssspsssstsytss^-r:.^.  Bush accomnanied her. '^'i;^' ��������� \js  ' Provi^g������^a|^^J������|cI_aren   of*  Cri^tonS^as ber-%oij ^^tnail  business*  Wednesday.  A. J. Wahb***md.R. J. White, mining  engineers- "i|ij;ff^alla*wv Idaho, were  visitors at -be-SJeadvllIe uiine at the  middle of _ast week.  M*rs..J. Patterscu ?.f Grand Forks-  was tx visitor here a few days last  week witK^ Mis. "^Caylor, leaving on  Tuesday last for coast points.  J. McDonald cf is^snberiey,  a visitor b=gv3 last  Mrs. J. Kelly, was accompanied on  his. leturn. by Mrs. Kelly, who is a  visitor in that town" with her daughter. Mrs. McDougall.  Biff*' Vanes?, who is working at  Kitchener, was here for the weekend  tbe guest of his sister, Mrs. A. G. Cox.  . Several of the Alice Siding cattle  owners spent Victoria Day getting  the cattle off the flats and driving  them up to sn turner pasture, in the  hills beyond Erickson.  Alice   Siding   young   people had n  dance air ihe Todd  u������-use.'������������,  ST..day  night.. The . affair   was   organized on.  short, notice   and' only   fairly    well  attended, but' all; report a" good time.  Some minor repairs are being .made  in the school -hill.]3  BBiiJE���������To Mr. and Mrs. Diek Smith,  here for United Church service on  Sunday morning and was favored  with- a large turnout, Rev.. S. Newby  was here on Monday giving- Sunday  school instruction.  Geo. Hurry and family left a few  days ago for Nelson where it is their  intention to make their home for the  present at least. ~ '  J. Gonnon of Port Haney, who is on  his way - Home from a. visit on tbe  Prairie,' spent a few days ' last week  with EL Tedford.  Jos. W. Bell of Kimberley. in company with Grant Henderson of the  same town, fpent a fen* days here this  week, g52?sts of Ool. g.nd M.****., JLjisfcer*  1927; phaiatau-cjiia  onignc  for  v������#  waif  4fo  -?9ftm  Mr; and 'Mars. -Douglas McKee and  family, who have Tesided here for the  past foasr: yesars^are-^ovia g to Lister  "dsls   wesfe,   where" they   will   make  -*-,_*  -jM.iKf.nd Mrs. Jock McRobb were  Kimberley visitors, a few days at the  first of the week^i '"  ' Mass Vera^Liater is it. charge of the  *@������iaiitauQiia ticket sale in tuic. district,  ������sind: fi*om -appearances Canyon will be  ���������represented  in the usual-number at  the days of ents^ainment at Creston.  Tomato planting is in full swing in  School inspector Manning was here.:  on his semi-annual official call last  week, and reports things educational  an very faEiessnape...,  SS:*. and. Mr?. ?5sks s!������cl If arity and  Kathleen Demchnk left, on Monday  for. the coast, and will make a visit  with Kin. Demchuk, -who is located at  at Steueston at present.  General satisfaction is expressed  here at the sate of the L.S.B. timber  to Putnam, Palmer & Staples; They  wiii put in their sawmill at a site near  *be"K.V. right "of way. and their  ���������operations will provide employment  for a .number oi Laister residents at  least.  .The picnic, season opened on Sunday  last .when- the residents of Huscroft  had a gathering at the community  recreation grounds. A baseball match  was one of the features of the day,  which all thorughly enjoyed.  ty, five of whcsK ..re -girls operating  cup   making  machines,    with   tb-'eei^TT.   .. .    ��������� .  .*-~.zL ^=-_.-*-.-^j.i. ----- ^._M "i^Js ^������,^rt*T~itheiri_pme m������uture>  "u-cu ESSafeiiug up fche^er������tei3-3������%a^_^:,   T^���������- ^':^ r- t   . --*  "erRasing the cups in the crates ready  for shipment** About 17.00G pant  h&lUseks are turned out daily, which  accouts for an datput every eight  bour������ of about "TOO crates.  Early next month there will be a  further addition to ibe stuff w?hen, for  the first tirne here, the "tin tops," or  fillers for the 4-basket crates will be in  course of manufacture. Five machines for the make of these are  expected any day now. In addition  to tbe local demand Mr. Rodgera has  practically closed a contract to supply  the demand  at   all  Kootenay   bake  r,3T   ���������  ���������"   > ���������  Wmfsfiastsfei \  '*���������*  " .i      .._    i  Beg.'Price of Rossland  was a be-.  tw-r-en trains' viritor one day last week,  with his father BlP.Shepparu.  Mrs. A^^oy^is i>|>^dihg a jftouple of  weeks?I'with?:]>_?_iie������d_af--Kfc Bull    River  thiii.fn_6hth,?:'?\y'??.?;?f?f;' 'f  the Canyon dist*^fct,-and while a little\  late the plants.. are going into |  the ground under ideal soil conditions. \  Mr. Chase, wno is occupying ihe  Geo. Strong place has received notice  to vacato early" in Jnae, It^is reported  .sir. Strong has fonnu a bu y&t- for ihe  ranch.  G. Cory of Medicine Hat,  Alberta,  | was a -visitor here a couple of days $ast  ��������� ��������� week, lookliig after?^**������p8ri^nj:ere8t������t  he still, has nt Saaniar..  Hope  is renewed "for road   better-  menta this year, With- the setting up  of the rock crusher fin the. neighborhood of the high leven bridge this  week. -  points, giving ss, 1931? output of probably 50,000 of these tomato,  plum,  cherry, etc.; crates ar^d the- necessary.  200,000 cdntainers.  Last year the records show that the  Rodgers plant utilized almost One and  a quarter million feet of pine in the  _.l,*ik*_: of -frust ��������� Ssascs- ard crttfees*' the  1026 outgo including 202,000 apple  boxes. 10,000 pear boxes. 23,000 4-biis-  ket crates, 81,000 strawberry crates,  11,000 raspberry crates, nnd -74,000  crates of. various other sorts. ' .^hia  year an increase of probably 25 per  cent, will be recorded, with a proportionate advance in the payroll, which  for 1026 was just a little over 1*52,-000.  In prder to meet the grower at  ��������� least half way in an effort to uvold an  apple- box and crate shortage this  season Mr. Kodgers states that on all  orders placed before August Is**-, he  will quote a net price where paiymcnt  Ib made by? October lot, , and he is  giving a 2 percent, discount on these  adv������tico orders which are paid by  10th Anentit.  BiMchonoB*  \T.lt. McGregor of Cranbrook was a  bnslnoas visitor on Tuesday, A. G,  Thompson, M.D., of Yubk, was  t_.&k{ng a pcofecalonal visit the nam������  day, J. D, Brackott of ��������� Cranbrook  waishcto on aibu-lnose'vialb, Tueadiiy,  Miss Alico Molander who Immj bspn  relieving otenogri-phfe In th'eO.P.K.  offIco at' Cranbrook tihe pftfit month,  arrived home on Wednesday.  Frank Pym of Cranbrook nnd Oapfc.  Oatt*i of Creston ��������� forestry ilepartmeut  officials, were here on an official visit  Wednosday.  Mno buattibi-U tsaoifcr uulww<i HHtcJicr.-  er and Ytilak at Ytilik on Smaiiljiy wats  quite cstcltlnK und'tbo Yahkltes had to  go tho limit to got the; win hy a miar-  Mref. xs. uri SefoiftSt week on a visit  with friend" at IRobson and 'Nelson.  . MIssE. Pa vis left on Saturday for]  Riondel,' on a visit with her si-terj1  Mi-s* K. Cor_i*������*ai!. -���������*,  Andrew Backman was a biisanesa  visitor at Wyntadel last week.  Mrs. *_.. Xiaker arrived on?- Monday  from Washington and is visitor with  her sisters aud brother at  the Sulem  and R.ngheim S.cmc'3''       " ,.'.:;;  Miss B. -Towson -is spending a few  days In Creston this week tbe guest of  Mips M. Bush, and was a guest at tbe  Victoria Day dance on Tuesday night.  Wynndel will have its first Church  of England evening" service on Sun*  .day, at seven clock.  The water on tbe flats is ilsingrap-  id.y, and with po much snow stiii io  melt landowners along tbe flats are  preparing for the highest water yet  experienced.  The heavy   tains   encountered  Waft  week were just what 'wiu* wanted to ;  Wing along the   strawbeiries   us well  as clover and alfalfa.  f _  The outgoing express shlpmentB  are pHncipnlly toruhbarb these i^iiys,  for which there appears to be a fair  dcaJtannnJ, '   f  IS. J. Chambers, president, and D. J.  McNatr, sales manager of tbe Associated Growers of B.O . were visitors at  Wynndel on l-*ridi_y, coming down  from Creston, where they bad addressed a meeting of the Exchange shippers  tbe night prov lous.  Jos. Burgees of Ottawa, who has  charge of Inspection for fchu cold  storage branch of the federal dopart  mont' of agriculture, wno hero on  Wednesday last, when ho made an  official Inspection of t|ae new per cooling plant, nr-tl reported the building  anal equipment of the highest stand-  r-ffiSo, Kc Bcft nr-st dt������iy for Vrrnmw,  aftep Manager Uri had i^iven him an  ni.to drive through all parts of tbe  Valley.  Rev,-Mr. Helquist, Swedish pastor  front Cranbrook, was here on Sunday  forchnrcb service.  .. Victoria Day passed off very qaietly  here. Motoring wafe a favorite way of  putting in'.the H&y, wbleh was favored  with fairly respectable weather.  _w_f__8������������_r*  W. P. Edwards took a few daya off  workiitb- waoek tc$v ������. ������omb.ned; bssira-  es<������anckplen8ure trip ...to Nelson.   :  Mrs. Knott Iefc at tbe end of tbe  week for Cr������stbn, where sheTwas as.  guest of Mra. Hare for a few days.  Bev. J. Herd man   of   Oreston   waa.  1 1IhRB1S_������ !  '���������-,t  A iimiNted iiumuer -^i  Season Tiokots to bo  had tip till 8 p m. bn  Friday afc Oreston  Drug & Book Stoive.  tn. rrt        m **'  tsuy Hiariy���������only  few left  flL  McCabe's B & B fcrew have been at  Canyon a few days t-His w������*ek looking  after some urgent repairs on the  bridge at that - point.  Mesdantes".' Brawn, Smith, -Joashy.  and North were at Creston an Saturday afternoon for the English Church  bazaar, going up by auto in charge of  Principal Smith.  Mr. and Mrs. Dennes were motor  visitors at Fortuill on Sunday;  Sirdar residents, as. well as me__ibers  of train crews, were qnitn generous in  their contributions to the Children's  Victoria Daiy outing' fund, a total of  $7Q being given. 'r"  Geo, ���������. Cam, got .away on Prjday  20th, on his two .months' holiday  visit in the Old Country/, intending to  to spend n day in Winnipeg on the  tt.ip east.  Mr. ,/ind Mrs. Wilson left on Saturday for Cranbrook where, they were  visiting with friends over tho Victoria  Day.  Now that the full moon period is  passed safely tomato planting is In full  swing at Slrdur, and the acreage will  be att least average.  Messrs. Hare, McLaren and Speers,  with their families from Creston; were  at Kuskanook for the holiday, getting  their camp site in nhajpe to take pos.es-  slon us soon as warm weather arrives.  Those in  charge of   the Children's  Queen's     Birthday    celebration,   are  grateful for the  following  contrlbu-  tlbnwt $R-rT������ Bogere.   $^���������H.Heap, H.  Dlblc-y. I.. Smith,  H, A.. Dow, T. A.  Xie'ightpn, F. Brennan, C R, Lane, J,  McDiariulQ, W. Neil, Mrs. WhBtcoidc,  Mrs, Talcrico,  Miss Paociszzo, J. Wilson.   81.M���������U. Simpson. ' 91.00���������Mrs.  Martin, Mrs. Cberbo, Mro. Cam, Misa  Rldyard,   Mrs.   *f_ombardo,   Mrs. Mc-  tOahci Mrs. Pinrento.O. J, Ho!!, 6-.���������ans.  W.Qlasor, Ii. Dertnes, 13.J. Brawn, H.  Croaby,;L^. S?*rcy, ������. B. Macdonuld, I*.  Sneddon,   B. Q>.binf '35. SflcOabs-,   C  Lavazolla,   J. B, Hall,   M. Brock,   W.  Walby,  P. Longuevab C. M. Loasby,  A. Bailment, C,|Wallace, 8. lngrabam.  60c.���������J. II. Lewis, S. Bysouth, J.Simpson, <3. Omen, L. Rusaell, A. North, G,  Fob ter, 8, SponciN 6. Lld-toiae.L. Anderson, M, Macban, G Vevdiank,  M.  Fcsnton, B. Swan.   S&tr.���������8. Rombougb  G. ltumaoy, W������ liiadle, B\ McQano, T.  U. Coard, J. Lundle.T. Hickey. Pound  of butter���������Mte. Waltliera.  Everything is in readine:  tbe initial programme o������ OrestonV  fotsr-day Gbautauqua, whicb* opens  at 3 tonight at the Grand, -mt-b  the Schubert Male -Quartette giving the full two hoar program of a.  variety of voeal and s__ets*_!!__e-ats!  iau rubers���������a prGgra-__.___@ that gtsts  tbe 1927 Chautauqua off oa tbe  right foot, and is followed for the  next three days hy ������Eiterfcaiuiaaosat  of an equally pleasing sort.  This is the word brought by Miss  Sheer, wlio will supervise at Ores-  ton tbis year, and eomes direct  from Ci-i-iiwack, wuer-a the '192?  Chautauqua scored the biggest  success of the many seasons in that  town. Miss Sheer is particularly  enthusiastic over the fjlay,-"Snai.im'  Thro.'* which is the Monday night  feature, and the closing joy night  concert by the Plantation Jubilee  Singers on Tuesday, which is tremendously popular witV���������. this,-year's  Chautauqua .andievaces,  It is respected the_*e will bo the  uaual-asomn-unity church service at  tbe theatre with the Chauiauqa  artists assisting, but definaie  announcement aa to this cannot be  made untpi Saturday. . "  The holding of tlie entertainment  in the theatre has brought a  demand for- tickets from, unespeot-  ed sources and as the. seating is  iitojtdc! i^reaiby'-oare -has <bad to be  exercised to see?' that tickest have  not been sold in excess of the actual chair capacity of the Grand.  As we go to press we bear there is  likely to bo ,a few ticlsets available  for Friday selling and any that are  -wanting season pasteboards should  be after them early at - Kelly'B  drugstore.  Rev. 8. Newby, Cresron, owtll be  here at 2.30 p.m. Sunday, for English  Church service at the schoolhouse.  Gordon Stanley of Nalcusp was a  visitor here a few days last week with  Mr. and Mrs. Healey.  ��������� ���������     --  Mr. and Mrs. - John Andrew of Detroit., arrived on Friday on a visit  with the former's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. K. Andrew.  Frank Celli of High River, Alta.,  paid friends here a short visit nt the  end of hist week, coming back to take  his Obrisier car with ���������him to: his new  home. He reports the season late for  seeding in Alberta, but that spring  crop prospects were never better.  Franu Staples was a business visitor  at Crrnbrook a couple of days at thav  middle pf the week.  < The last of the 1020 pq^ato crop  moved out of Erickson on May 14th\  when John HuBcroft of Lister loaded  putacari. that are reported to have  got him but f20 a ton.  Tomato planting 3n In full swing Ii.  the Krickson section this week, and  tho sot out of these will be about  average.  Mrs. Kitsch* of Dover, Idaho, arrived at tbe : end of ��������� the ;weei% on a visit  with  bar  parents,   Mr. and  Mis. EL  Bottorll.  Mars. W". Ferolval of Yabk wm u  Victoria Day visitor with her pat-on Un,  Mr. and Mrs. R Dodds,  . Work of aurfaolng the lower Brick-  son-Oreston road td.oi.ld be under way  any day now. Tho rook crusher him  been sot up for work near the high  level bridge, and will furnish tbe rock  SW U>t.. tbo Erlcbsn������-Or*������toira nrn-l  Brlckson-Arrow Creek road Improve*  meats. JEOT ��������� EJBnrmW^   nEESTOKj   B.   G,  ���������rannyi waa- ��������� -Ira  v wi    ������-i������v/  *f T  jurat, j  Fs  ift  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra srood.  Largest    Mercs    0t     Dairy     Cattle  North .America to  be  Estab-  "*y lis*|^f_ J^e^r^yyirlnijpeg:? '?**-��������� %.'  ���������Thei^jl|w|hc^;a..*|ferd 6% oiael^iiiiii-  saaid   i0ia a oa^gHol^piai   ^aJryl^ituas,  i on  thtf   M^iittoJw''^  I Mat*"*?]j"*11(i' - ot. .the .Canadian  ..Nation-..  ;.al   lUiiwyays   yputh^as!:, oi'   WJmi-.nos,,  jl*;   is   f,h<*   intuition: pr tlao   company;  j wlitcia  is   colonizins     aa     0<>,0'"m     jtere  j tract   of   land   with   da_i-_    faraaioa-w   lo  i iuca-casa*   H*i!m   Vi^i-d     uv     H.-^OO     head,  j-which   will  naakt,   it   'lit'   l;ti*K������si   herd  | of   dairy   aninijtls   undca- 'oaie   oavikm-  i ship Mai' ^foi-tlV��������� America. ; -" ?;  ��������� b-mt  n   ;;  11V   Daiu  **%.*_  tJ%9  IF .*!  JLB8B._!V;  ���������sin  M  V.  10-1  M  Cuiicura  To-twrevertt? -losSjof halt?������ Dandruff, usually  ^the ciusc^?pf -pirtjmatui;^ baldness, may be'  ^casiiyyrembyed Jby regular shampoos with  Cuticura Soap, preceded by touches of Cuticura *0irntment. -This treatment keeps.,th.e  scalp clean arid healthy and .promotes  haar growih. . f? | /u ,-i_j-  Sampl. - E_eb  Tfres by Mall. Address C-rmdimi Dc{if>l:  "St������nhon������, Ltd:, MontreU."   1'rieo, Soap  26o.' Ointment  ;2*j_nd50c. Talcum 23c. ..      ���������        ���������,..    ..,  Cuticurfc Shavinc:SticU 25c.  ...  -3"*  % ir- -   -  - ���������������_, .  Clever Blind Student  Vi  XXI:  Syr   T _r������ B TT-_'.    ������������������--..--.    -n   -    -      "sr~������-   -r  yV <estern Canada Hoitits the   VV a;y  (,)iie ol.- rlat- tm������st'tLoaah'U-*'ijiiilit-ritis.-'s of Ihe -year. and oiae in \yhic-h aUvlho ���������  ]���������..-..ij.j-f- or Wesi(ii-n Canada \wi������ paa-iieuteu'ty, and directly aaitevested wrus |  i }���������.������������������������ iaiVerii'ssttottal co-uperai i vt- -wives.* ��������� pool foui'^avnoe held at; Kansas City.)  np.-.t -ai which lx-.pi-est'.utat i."**-���������- were present from the [foiled States. ...AiastTalHi, 1  O.M-ni'-sii.v, Itaa<t>ia... as Y-eli as ft-cuii the -three gre.Ht wheat produeias provinces  of C'iiuada.-, "     '  \\-esteru   Canada -was  i������-isil>   l.h^������ ������iUtsUt.ia<iii;i{? ami dominant .fae.tor al   tlao.:  eou'Viviu-e. Aud ads'haly 'so  because iii  ti������a*ee short veurt-  ita!-  farint.>r.s ol" 111 -  i'l-jiirae  Province;-, 'havo org-atiized and  developed    the  gr-Bau-j-t  sa-ain' luiiidlns  efa-opet-atlOK in   the kc-oAvaa  woa-ld.       Tlu-h*'   siac.etr.Si*>    has    beeai     phetaomeaial   ���������  t-eli.i*sins   anything   oa'   a   Hk������'.eh5i1.-i.ea.er  ever   utteinpaed   in   eouna'otioai   >vit!i  any. eoauuip>-.iii'v.      They     can     spealv    from    aetiaa!   . experieaiee    ua   'definite;  achievement. .        ;  It is not .surpri^iii!*. a.iiwel'ore, thai as the Kaiisus Cily eamt'erenee ilae :  ri.-i������oi*t.s5 in-oseuted en behalC of the Alberta, Sasl<aU*hev,-atn and -Miuittobn j  I'lxal-j1. nnti their eonnnam eenrral seliinjc ag-eney. \vert>. reooived with great ���������  --jii linsia^in. aaid that, the views expressed and sus^ei Loiis-. advanced by -the :  i.'anadian-������ cOMi-i.uiided. .res?peei aud gave sareaisih ao the .deliberations ot alit- j  eoiti'ea-eiK-**. \  Many ai our own people* havt.- not yet grasped liie Caall naagaiiruuo ot ilae ;  ������-.p-*raaioias of rhe wlieai po4>!. nor '" realiKe just how miieh has .been '  i.veaiuplislaed iaa ilae briea" period of appi'Dximately LOOa) days. Three years.:  a^o a here u-as no Cainadiaai Pool. Today, to naaaie A. J Mel'iaail. president. ;  i������? the Saskaitehewan pool aud ol" the." Central Aellini? pool, ihere is ai  iuemhersiiip 01" laj^O'iu in the thi-ee ]:ai*ovi_iees. in I!������2 t 2? itse Canadian pool ���������  handled lS7.UO-t"a,000 bushels oL" wheal heloaigiug- to its: farmer monsbei's and :  2T.f?!)tf,a)i>(������ bushehs oi coarse gi-ains. The po-oi liasi representatives an alt,  -wheat importing countries: and ships direct, to sixty Kuropean ports.  la    o-wns   and   conn-ols   approximately   ���������50   eoiintry   elevator*   an    the  Joint Stiffness Goes,  Swellings _)isapje<ar,  Pain Is Subdued  -^Marketing"-'of .'Mahiifob^GfCattle  Last   year   'J3l-!,!oJi  hc-iid     of    eai.tlo  Completes   Foun   Ye*ara?A**ts   Course,! and     'S,lJ2,V,2[>    hogs ., _w<M*e     wiaa-lveLed  .-���������! throiagli   the   Vvfinuipey:   Public   Stock  sauce i.Yai'ds*      and      reaiizctl       $r{2,0a7,0'0f������.  hj.,cgw;y  !n  Three   "Vejas-s,  Sullivan.      blind  bErlla, ,-iat.s beqonic ..such' i%. good listen- 'Though   tho, n umber  of .animuls  nnlr-  er tluit lie  soon   will   have coaupieted'keted was, Jess than tinae 3925 record';  iotH-yeiar   course  Mo  umiment    Calves    Such'  Satisfaction  As  universal  ol?  <.'e.oiRia   in  tlaree -years. ���������  His election  to    Phi    ?6eta    Kappa  11ationr.1l  iionhraa*y   faatei'iiaty,    is'��������������������������� the  latest'  lidnor'  that   lie  'lias    attained.  ITe also won  the French medal offer-  . od'i-the  studen!   making    the   highest  ti   .is   the   ^reat  peneuatiaa^   novor [.Ilvern^ in   ^���������<   *���������W*g^ -  of  Nerviline   Lhat' imikcs   it.     so     elTi-r     Saalliv-ttii.  *\vhp is   22  years; old. 'litis  Ita- ovfHU'omtaiK    swelling,    stiff-1 a ��������� general'- aVeTage  aboA-e Sh) and  will  It." raibs   into? he.  irraiaau.ied   in   .Tnin.   with   a   baclie.r.  NERVILINE  it   the   LTnivea*sity * tlie- monetary  leturu    was    ?3,000,0.OO  greater..., owing to the better y prices'  that prevailed. Gn(ario feeders 1.60k  45*59.0 and 41,000 .wont to Unite  States feed lots .and ,17,365 went to  Manitoba ; faa'ins. Shee.p apd laaaibs  Lo the number of ,,55,85.0 -were marketed*  compared  with  36,(500  in,1921..  * be. graduated   iai   Juno  ��������� ���������lent  laosy   aiail    iutianiaraatinn  1;Isa-t. very  owro of the pain,  penetrate*. *, ���������    , ,.  ��������� ,     -.,<���������.  fluidity     through    the    alssi.es.-   and t Un   ol  !U,S   a^v^-       :*       ,.,::"  brings':)'- avin-aia. *c:otni'ortaug   relit'f   at ^      Throughout,   laid: college   career,   he  onee.   'i\o   lininieait  conaparea   in   pain! has relied mainly on   friends to .read  relieving   power   with  Nerviline.     For haas *e\{ hooks to hian. "  ilae.. *iiiinoi-  pains . and   ills   that,   arise' -    - .   in   every   family,  Kerviline  should   at- ��������� . ���������       ? ' . "  'watys.be   kepi,   handy  on     the     shelf." Menraonites 'Purchase   Land  Use   it     for    Kheuniaiisin.    l.nmbsieo.;     Aiennonit.es      have      bought      2.500  Neuralgia, and   colds.    V.S* cents at all  doale-i's.  acres  of land in   tlie  Vulcan   district.  3  paying     $125,000     to     the     vendors.  Whale   Destroys   Cable j Messrs.-M.?*   K,   I.yiiian.     Tlie  Men-  A   whale  which   interrupted   traffic 1 ������<J������it������s have ���������?'acquired-    32     sections  ��������� he Alasfea^aiiie'eaa-iv*'''���������*������     *��������������� ! rhl's  spring in  Souihenj   Alberta.  in  * ���������..*��������� ! 1 his  snriner  _-vpi 11  ;  chewed up so .much, of the cable tJaar  ; an SO-foot a-eplacement "avas neces-  i.sary to restore communication.  THIS GiLEAT TQNiC  . RENEWS STRENGTH  ��������� in  more.  tin-ee |  ]irovancp.s  with a combined   sforage    capaciay    of    approximately.   22.000,000 1  t.usiiel.-?.    At the heaLl 01 iht> lakes ahe pool has six terminal elevators with a I  sioiuge capacity aroiuad.1S.aiuu.OajO' bushels, aaid also a 2,000,000 unnsfer liowse- ; " ��������� :  ai   nuff'.ilo.     The  pool  is also operating terminal  elevators  at ..Prince  Unpen, j ������������������ ������������������ ���������      ���������   s  and'Vitncouver, whale.''planss  are laniler way    for    lai"ge    extensions     to    ahe j Simply   Beca^^se  it   Enriches  and j  ;country   elevator   systems   in   all   the   provinces.    Since  the   pool, began   to  operate it has paid its farmer members' a-votrnd half a billion. doliai"������.  These are- truly remai-ksable acliievenrents, but ihey do not tell the whole  sinry. . The pool has practically revohii-ionized  the'financing''met hods'of our .  Western faa-ms. Instead of the farmer getting all his anoiiej' in one bulk suan���������!  ever)- E'all, at wliich  time every creditor made ianmecliale deaaaand upon him. :  wiili  the result   that lie avas practically forcod to sell his wlie.-*.: :::. t"ne then I  jn-evailing price,  and by all following the same course glutting   the market, !  he aiow receive-a a first, payment and several successive paynienls spread .over ,  the your.    The result is not only orderly marketing' oC the wheat but orderly ���������  financing on the part  of. the  tarme*\ He  is to    an    evei    iin-reasing    extent; .  , . ,        .!        t1 \,,;,   ������   ^-        .���������, ���������'������������������.,;,���������     the   former,   wetak    .anaemic    sufferer, a  conducLiaag   his   busineas   on   cash   rather- than   a   credit basis.      The   sysleaai | Tbis.  tonic   is     Dr.     Williams'     Pink';  h!^ been of wonderful assiatunce to the weaker, le.������K bit sanest like fanners.      ' Pills, which for years have beeai   tlae I  ���������������������������"aiiiallv   important   has   been   ihe   effect   l.he   pool   lias   had   in   restoring j naosl;.. successful   blood-lnaikler  known,;  "..������.'.-,''... UK- ran - .f.a io _������-������������. _..e.������.. ������������,������.))>��������� .,,,)���������si���������������������������. , l���������. j ^^t^^SS'^^ S I  west. II has given the farmers a fueling ot indepnndenee and security hitherto | people who havo suuY.-rea from some  "lacking. It lias emphasized the value ol* co-operation, and' the strength that, j of the many ailments "that conae  j> 10 be fottud in oi'gjinijseil co-op era five effort ap conti-asaed with each man j 1 hrougia weak, watea-y -blood.  VtriviaiK In work out his own pa-oblems and his own economic salvation. . |'^^h^������^C Wini'n.s'nSi<;i>m",1s  The farmers of We.slem Canada have demonstrated the wisdoan of having l as certari as anything ciah be. As  one great selling ageticv.instead ol" one or two hundred 1laoaa.saaid farniors eaeii ! prooi: of this Miss" Maa-garef A.  ,H������tnR individuality  and iu   competition  wiah  ,ach  niUov.  The oh.iect  o,* the j ^'vI1^  Kunsas ('it.v. conl.-rencc- was to ir,v and devaso ways a tad anoaaas whereby alio ; (1j(.(. j was. f^. (n .-.y?.:^ei.y ^Voak land 1  great wheat prodaaefng conntraes oi' IheWorhl could co-operate' inst.eaal or run-down condii ion. I was pule audi  competing ugainst e.������cla other. The most, cordial reception \v:i^ arcordeal ilie|n*".v iatM*\es on edge. 1 could, not sleep j  M.ai. ,ml .riotis  wiii be made to'devise a workiable plan. ,. ^fV'T iU������"M l^Lally   dialed I  -���������"-'��������� -''������������������~ "^ ~~^       r~    --'���������--������������������-     "���������-     :      ~    :    ���������~^- -���������   ��������� j to   try Dr.   \S"1lli:inis'   l������iaik   Pi.llH,   find j  World's Shortest Railroad  . ��������� | .soon   began   lo   fee I   beller,   aaaal   at'tei'j  The  siir.rlesl   railroad   in   the world \ trikinR a   few nioro  boxes of the palls  1*ell   ns   strong  as   over,   aaid   could  Asthma    Doesn't    Wear   Off    Alone.  Do not. make  the mistake of -waiting j  Cor  asthma   to wear   iiway   by   itself, j  White  you  are wailing  the  disease is!  surely   gathering   a   stronger   roorhold j  and   > on   live   an   danger   of  stronger j  and   yet   stronger   attacks.    Dr.   J?   D. i  Kellogg's     Asfiima      Kemeily      taken  early,   will   prevent     iaacapieiii" condition     fro'iu     becoming     chronic     and  saves  hours -of  aiwful   siiffea-ing.  ���������!���������������������������  Standby!  ���������.:We use it at our  Kou^ every day. The  children just love  Wrigley's.  dangerous than iu?, anaemia, i  i which means poverty*, of the "blood- It'!  \ is; veJ-y coaanioii in young -girls'.and in !'  : persons who are overworked or con-I  : lined within, cloors. ft. makes its up- i  : proach in so steaHhy, a manner that!  ; at is often well 'developed before its ;  ��������� presence is recognised. 13 u I.'taken in!  i time there is a tonic that, so oaa riches \  j and purifies tlae blood thai: good;  ' health   aaid   strength   soon   somes   to ::  Eulilds Up'the Blood !     An ludiana town -ha 5 abandoned it?s  no   trouble   is   delay  oa-   neglect ' fare department coaaiposed :eaia.irely   of  women?   They  insist  on silk-lapse.,     .  N������*Af Depot for Edmonton  Tha- Canadian National Railways  will build a new dopol a 1 KdiviGTiton.  Aibei'ln. aids year. . Tlie e.sl.iituiled  cos' as. if l.iion,llajii. Tenders I'or the  t'l'.M'iicui ol the building have Iji.mmi  ri'celv-ed aiial-ilu> conlracr will be  iiwai'ab'd as soon as ihe>. have hea-ti  a aiiisldei'a'al.  now lie longs lo Ihe cily of Union,  Oa������\, liaving been bought I'or .delitv-  <lia������'iit taxes at a slierliTs .sale. 'JMiu  line is leai miles long and the rolling  siock inclinles one locomotive, one  piisr.eiigcr niul Ihree freight cars, 11  sold  lor .-j-1.1 nil.  ������ *tj?ii vi y  ATO'nTrik:-     FletHicr'a  tfast'.'i'Ja   it-   c*.-.|������t'.cia.l|y   pre-  I>areii tn- i'.-.*jicrt'  lnf.-nalg m  arm**   aiul   Oliildrcn   ;a1l   agfes  of  t'oitpli^viih'dti     l-'irtdilactacy,   Wind  CoHi.-    ;ui'!    Diaf rlic.'i;    a11.'vyiiijj  Fever ishfi**ss itri-iaijf 1ltp������-ofr<rmi, and, l>v  am'  liaiv.rl>, ;ajtl,*-' Hit; a.";siiiiil:itioii *.<i I'\/i,k1 ; jLiiv*.inf������ ua'.ur.tl >>Uf\>.  reg 1 datri"'/; the StiiinncLi  IJ   fell   ns   strong  as   ovoi  \ tlioroiighly    enjoy   my   res!    at   night.  j Now,   I     always     a-ecoaiitni'iial     Hieso  rpilla'to  any   frlt'iads  who au'tay  be ail-  Ung." ���������    '      ISefltu-   sleep,   siiuidy     m-rves,     Im-  I |U'o\'a-at   apjaea.lt*'.   iiacreastMl   vigor- -all  , ihese  can   ha'  yours     hy     laklug     Dr,  ; AA'llllanis'   IMnh    fills.      Megin    loday.  Sidd   by  all   medicine  dealers,  or   by  mail    post   paid   al    _���������������.���������������   eentH mi   box.  " frona The in*. Williams' Mediclna' <"n..  Draiarkvllle.   OhU_       ..'��������� ';'. f "      f  'Australia's Now Fruit ���������"*  Aiistnilhi Is |������rofhaeing 11 aaew fruit  , mailed , I In.! cuciiinbi'i' ,'ji.pple for us<-  \ In nhIiuIs, vAlthougb ;lf' hiat' ihe tap-  . pi-araiirn of' an tipple;1 :ihe llavor Is  1 hhIiI to be disiincfly tliaT of a cucuni-  ; her. *  Foi    all   pain ��������� Mlnnrcl's.   Liniment.  Ii was helleva-d during Ihe Middle  Aga>n Hint a. child ht'oiighi up without ludiig innglii auyflfiiagufipa' would  speak   Hehi'anv  fapoi-i'lanootiRly-.  There ]���������:* no pnlHont>ai������ Ingredient  In I lollowity'u Curu flJuiuoyer, and If.  cum    br-    iu-H-d    w.l lac^i't    iliin������er   oi'   lit-  Jih'.v.  If yiaii   have an  aim;    In    HIV . yoai  'ciiia; 1. atlfoial  in wa.sto    tiny    llama    In  ha 1 lag p������-opi-i.  To n\a>iil iinaiiti-iii". alv.-������ivr. laud, "for tho nif;'Uii8iir<f  __2}^l_JL_Il',''*'*'    Ihiimlr1- ������ ���������   \������<  I liii.,'<"i.      I'lij nii'i>;a.-'.   ������'\  ,i t^/Vfe&ilv ;Mlnard'.   Liniment   for   dandruff.  ���������-.vhcfr  rci.oiuii'cii'l fX>  UseDUCG for  hundreds of home uses  PAINTING in the home used  to be considered a matf s job  but DUCO has changed that old  idea/  v t  Brush DUCO has a particular appeal to  women. It, is so easy to apply and. it dries  in less than an hour. Thousands of women  lire using DUCO who never did any painting before.  When you go to buy DUCO, people may  tell you that other  products are just as  good.   Don't be misled.   Insist on getting  {reut/hic T)\JCO. "  -"'������������������'���������.'���������"������������������������������������ ?���������'-''-'������������������:  ������->  DUCO Clear and four DUCO Stains are  now added to the wide range of colors. "'  ntirii  ^^ffiS^^^S^r   _   ^^^Bh^^&B      ^^HgliTga^ffl     ^g?iBI^^JF^^y  There is only OfJK Dxco~~~DUPONT Djtea  JiinirilHttti'-* J<>r Manitoba, SatUtttohawcm aint Atbmrtai '  The J. TI. ASHDOWN H/VRDWAKE CO., LIMITRD  Wiaan!i>ri( Cat|(ury ^aik^tiXiii K<linm������totv  aMii-lc in Ciuatail.i solely lay  jt-jbitN  I   x ..luIi.N  L   vU_   V /vlvi'i m.\j>xm.  Ju������.������*������,*. a jl-ju"  ll������l|a-AiL        Stit.ilrcid        Torititltk        S������������������ll>iirv        Wlntdpa-j;     - V������it%'������iiv*c  n  ���������V  W.     tS*.     V,     "Mi"ll  wu THE    REVIEW,    GRESTOK,    B.    C.  n  iUSJM  Quebec  effort   :i t.  P:Q.^���������''There will be no  retaliation on the part of  Camilla, because the ,...{United. .Slates  have? chosen,?tx>: .re-ua-iel? tlie JiioviMiaeiat.'  of Cansidisiias who are employed in  tin"  Forecast Heavy Grain  Shipments to Europe  La^se wy pits me of Tonnage Has  .Already Beerf' Chartered  fFort Williani, CiaiL���������Ke-coi-d ga-ain  shipments havclej't head caf the lakes  ports.-'sjaaice tin? oflioial ������������������'opening or"  aiavigalioii -April IS, according . to a  report issued by P. A/'Ur-soH, statistician to tho grain commissioners. :?  -..? Shipments, to April?30 totalleit auore  ihan  40,000,000    bushels    and    hcavv | A. Dunning, federal  Minister of 'Rail  00D PEOGRESS  iiNfilADEON  Irish Free State  CHnHot tJlaliH Bonds  Kepuonc  is   Not    Successor   to    iris-h  Says U.S. Judge  New Yoik.-^-Supronie? court   justice  Peters dismissed the suit brought hy  the  Irish   Free  State  claiming  to  be  successor of the '"Irish Republic'- and  ������-".DI-EiM  f_*UDl_-.r  )������ IiLMSNATiON  DFWEEDFEST!  o. I Tjnjcrl ;stn'i-e:s, and wo at re hobhig j export shipments from sosvboard  ports \ ways   and \ Canals,   aleelared  thai, ihe whole mat ter -will -.be 'amicably i tp {Europe. daaa*iiig May and (luring tlie  Kef I led   at    thn   eoaafereaii'o,"   deolaied i early part: ol  June aro forecast, in the  lion..'..,'Hobort.      Forke.      Minister ...... of J report.  lmiauyi;sii,ioai  in. connoeiion 'with news ] ; -Mr.��������� "ITrsoJl....says:  despatches    that   the    Departnieht    of j      "Prom   reports  received     from     i.i.f-  . Inmijsnrt'loh'' had   dec-ideal   <o   investi -j Cerent   sources? the  export   movement  gaft:   ihe   niiiiibea:   ofAmericans   cm-j from  Atlantic  seaboarai   ports  to   15a-  ployed   in   this -country   as   a    niacins    rope   will, be   very  of     retaliation     ag.iinst:     t..i<;; "United.!May and al. least.  Mile 3X0, Htadsoails Bay Railway. ���������  Following completion of a  trip of in- .,  speciioh  toM:he   end  of  steel  on-the enii"e*   <������   <������������������������   -I^O.OOO   bonds, the j w5|k:h     has     baffle<3     researchers     in  Hudson's  Bay  Railwav.  lion.  Charles "nexpomled  poa-liota or more than'$G.-j A|  ! 000.000   subscribed   for  in ihe  United',^,'   -,.,.., ���������,   u. ��������� .  '���������-,   ���������       .   .'       S'  ; been sol*, ed. it.-is claimed, by a young  I-.ond.on.-���������The problem oC the .seien-  iih" c elimina lion of -certain weed *pesl s.  ,,,.. ,:-,, i States for .tlie republican cause. ��������� ;r*.',������.s",i ;������������������,������������������;���������.������������������. ,*.,���������������������������������+��������� T ,   T,-    ,-������������������  lae   waas ] .   ,    t L   '-,--.- .  ������������������   ;,       ,   .     .Canadian .scientist,  Leonard I-Luskws,  igi-atilaed-by the amount  of work  com- |:    JMsticevFelers also denied -tho *-1<i>^ jof the -Uhiversity or Alberta.      ?  !pieted and agreeably surprised at the   ol   K:nnou D������   Valera and his co=trus-        At   the    r^Val. 'Society    Here     he  I manner in which the rehabilitation of   tee"  p Arara'  to the  bom,s *nd  ru,od ! showed   the    results    ot    two  that, tlae proceeds from the sale of the  filie lane "has aalvahceO',  | Weather aiii.1;; other conditions,  i coupled with some difficult engineea*-  ' ing problems, had tended to interfere  heavy throughout > witla the. progress of the woik. but  the eaa-ly partyolMMr. Dunhfner ?feityythat these had. been  i  bonds  here   should  revert  to -original'}  subscribers. !  Justice   Peters,  in   his  decision,  i*e-  ftased.io. fallow ahe  claim of the Free  State -that  it was-a,  successor to the  self-styled    Irish.    Republic,    on     the  griiund   tlaat,   as   a.   de   facto   goves-n-  rtieait   the   republia;   hail   never ��������� exist-  [ ed  aaid   ihea-efore  could  la.ave   no  suc-  nioi'e j     The   ta*ip   to   Kettle   Rapids,   oh   th������;i  cessor.  Slates  measure. : June. A veay large volnnie of tonnage i ably   met   and.that,   allowing  for   a lie" I  Hon.  i\lr. Kp'rlv'o sailed from "Quebec j has beeai charteaeal iilready, aggregat- pate   spa*iiag,   tiiose   in   charge   of   the  en  board   the impress of France,  I'or \ ing,. close  to   10,000,000  haishels of  all '] building    progta3n    now    have    their  a   three-iiioiiilas*  tour   of  l-Jaarppe.-.. He fgraains.    These heavy    piarcliases    uaa- ! scheduleS\^eU In hand,  was accompanied-by: Mrs.   Forke and j donbtedJy  are  occasioned  by   a  Just   prior i'.o 1 he  linea-s' sailing, quite.! or less  urgent need     of    grain.      Al- I Nelson River, wasfanade by train and | - ���������^.- ,.-������������������  :.,.- ���������  an iiiteresiing event 'took pjaa-ce \vhen ^though stalistacs of the world's wheat I-I't-ora  there   to' the   J>inaestone   Raver. ; M^������*-,   IT��������� -J .- ��������� -J!   ar1__.  ���������a. dimiiiutive  bell   boy  auade hi^ way 'show an ample sua-plus of supplies in ! Mile S50,- the end of steel, by speeder, i 1T1<lllfy    *yiI*CIHpiUy*Sti   Ifi-SjE  to   the   cabin   occupied   by   1.16'aiV'."and ('exporting*   countries    over ; indicated j     The terminal under construction at |  M'a-fi.   Forki',   amf   therein     deposited Iloquiaeinenls by importers,  the short- j Bowdeai,     Mile     137,     was     inspected  years  experiiiients at King's College, ?Loai-  don, and the Horticultua-al College, at  Merton, to which he recently has been  aippointed. Professor Huskins' discovery, which is of great Talue to  farmers, as it is expected "to 'bring,  about...an appreciable improvement iai  cereal crops, .coaisists. of tracing ahe  a*evei'sioii to the wild type o������ the  su-caJled false wild oats, which ' are  [ a* well known pest in Canada and  jtlns United States and elsewhere.  j-_i regularities, in the chromosomes,  [ wore   found  to    be     responsible    for  huge bouquets  of  Amoi ican   Bounties ��������� age  of   ihe  rye   and   polaio   crops'  of "Wednesday,   Mr?   Dunning   and   party  Available for ftniis!^rr^nor���������alI,evei,|,ioi18,"hicl1 al"������  for  It is apparent, Mv. ITrsell  out, that, a large portion of  grain will     be    shipped    via  a   inspecting   the     i*6undhouse,     coaliiig !  I plant,  inachiiie  shop  and   other woifk  poiaits ! now underway at that, point,  exportj      VV. A.  Kin gala nd,  general  naaaaager,  ITnited i Western  region;"-" Canadian'   National  states    Atlantic    seaboard     ports,    a   Railways:   IT.   A.   Dixon,   chief  engin-  5<and  ollior    flowers.    There-   were-   a n926 are partially responsible  dozen   or   so . bouquots   iamong   Avhieh- larger wheat consuhiption."  was   on������?   from   the. local   staff  of   Ihe  liaimigration Depai'laueait.  'J?he Minister of Imnaagi-atioai sJjited  that he was go-ing over- to "Eaaa-ope to  look over the ianniigraiion conditions  anal inatters there, and also to see  Avhether there were any suggestions  <o ho naade te the Imperial Government: a'.aid others as to beneficial  ���������change's wlaiah may be made.  A possible, "increase-   'in     the  .family   scheme   whereby   the   mmabei  of   faaiailaes   which   wilt   come   out   to j Messages Be*b.veen   Canada   and   Aus- j Total   During   Twelve   Months   Shows  (this   couialr'y- under  the.   plan   will   be!     trsjia   Possible Within  Six  Weeks      \ Advance.of Forty-two Millions  wheat, and other food plants,  ',       ~ fand   it  is  asserted   that througli  this  Alberta  is    Expected j discovery it  will  be   possible   to -pao-  j-dtice    vaa*ieties    of   plants   containing  a,000    men   only the. aaoa-mal 1ype! of chromosomes,  which      aae vet-      produce    degenea*:ite  heavy volume, of tonaiage having been  chartered, much of if rates around  12 cents per 100 po'unds. to some  British ports and Antweap-Rotterdaan.  3.000 ! -.-.62.*iiV i0 aSSi ij68.ue t>6rVfiC���������  t  eer, and J- G. MacT.achtaa'a, divisional  engineer .iai charge of constrnction.  accompanied the minister on his  inspection tour.  increase m ^unatin s i nt������e  .{���������������������������-���������: - -.     ''  is Report  Ottawa.���������Canada's total  Melbourne, Australia.���������It is official- \ .ea>*eased      approxianately  .incraaased to 5.000,  was voiced by the !  .������������������   .   .  . " -   ��������� ���������    ��������� " i  yliaanister. i  '     *"<")f   course,"   said   ?Vir.   Forka:  is a   inattan* that Is largely up to the:j vice between --Australia and Canada is ! cal year ending March 31.    Total trade | spring,   the     total   .number    of    meai  Inapaaial  (h^veriameail, but as regards i now pa'actically ready for testing pur- ! for the  12 months  was $2,29S,46.**",617, j placed   is  not   greatly   below   that   of  'this' iy stated  that the Maiconi beam ser-f j during' the  -*-������ i*_*t.  j Lu_i  trade in-.  $-2,000,000  of the  Sis-  But  Dewiand   in  to Drop Off  Edmonto.-1���������With- about  placed  iu   far.-n  employment, tlii-ough  out the paovinee ihis season, the peak i fOPnisi.  of the spring farm labor situation has !    .-.  been   reached,  acco'rdisg     to    Walter |  Smitten,   coniiiaissioner   of  labor,   and I  from  now on" .the    deaaiaud    witl    be j  steadily dropping off. There are still a '  May Press For Settlemeal  good many. uii������5mployed men available  for work on the fai'ins"if wanted, but  I  Over  Possible Claim May be Filed  Seizure of Fedet*al Ship  Vancouver. ��������� Possible filing of  the lateness of the season, the reduced , claims by the Consolidated Exporters,  acreage in consequence and fhe in-; Limited, against the United States  flux of iairailgrant labor are combining | Govoj-nmenf, in connection with liie  to restrict the calls for help froan Al-! recent seizure of the liquor-laden  berta farmers. | steamer    Fedeialship    was    indicated  Notwithstanding ..ihe anore    or    less j here  by  Harold  Faulkner,   San' Fran-  unusual  tea fu res of the situation this ; iiso.o attorney, who was in Vancouver  tha?  1,200 odd. families that, are sclaed-  yuled   lo> come   out   under   the  scheme  this  year,  we  Avill   place   them  if  we  can find the land."  list Surrender Aims  to U.S. GeyeriiTiieiil  poses. The aerial transmitting sta- j as compared with $2,2'><>,028,S69 for,  tioaa is alanost. completed and the as- } (he preAious 12 months and $1.S7S-,-  sembliaig of the ta-ansmiating appaa-a-j 294,180 in the 12 mouths ending  tus   well   advainced. I Mar oh 31, lj������2r>.  Hopes aa*e. eaitertained that ahe ser-|     The  twelve months ;iust ended  Vvit-  vice. will   be  in  operatioai .within   six ; nessed, it; deca-.ease    of    approxiinately  lasa year. About ri,600 placemen is on  farms were made for the same period  a  year- ago.  weeks or-possibly a-month. [$61,000,000   in   Canadiaai   exports   and  -Montreal .'-'officials'-: of-...-.the     Marconi } aii increase of    approxianately    $103,-  i company confirmed the above report, [000,000 in ,-ianports' .-'when    compared  { declaring?-that-the   situation  in  Can-!with the   12 'months   of  the   previous  "the   same   as   in ; fiscal year.  want uaoof-saviaig  i_������(.vices  General    Disarmament    in    Nicaragua j ada  was   pi'aeticjillv  Essential   if  States Supervise j Austa*alia. |  Ejection !     Ma*.  Thompson,  the   ehEei. engineei", }  Managua, Nicaragvia.--Plane-, are un-: said that the messages'''fro.m Austa-a- \  der way to drop fa-oni aeroplanes and j Iia would be received by the appara-��������� inteixational economic confeaeaace  :.otherwise distribute thousands of j tus at Vamacl'ii'che, near Three Riv- j contributed their bit today to tlae  copies of a pa-oolaanation. drawn aip by ! ers, -and ihat Canadian anesssiges to 'plans for the. world's economic rest'or-  Rear Ailaiiral J^aainier, conimaniler of i the Commonwealth would* be des- ! ation. They introduced ai resolution  the Unateal States aiaval fauces in : patched from Druuvmohdvitle, Que. | for the creation in all countries, of  Nican.guaai watei-s, saying he has been ; He ex'pected the beam s*>steni would j committees coniprising of housewives  direct'eal by Ihe ITnited States govoa-n- i be J'unetioning pi*operly wilhin  moul to aiceept the    custody    of    the ; weeks.  Can Deport haaaaaagraails  Who Refuse Positions  Department Has  Power to  Deal  With  Such Cases  Ottawa.'���������A week of   good   weather  \������-/������>il-l    cloa..   il ri   tinv   nrtime*<i \f\Y\    (\f   tin-  Geneva.-���������Women, delegates   to   the i migrants in the western, cities, it was  \ stated at the immigration department  ollices. The seeding beiiag so hite this  > ear has naearit that the usual demand  confea-a-ing with ollicials of the conV  pany. Mr. Faulkner stales that, be-  | cause of admittedly illegal seizure by  I the United States, of a vessel of fbr-  i eagn registration, the Avay is''-ppen for  ; iicir.aj.iail and physical claims iu. con-  |aiection with damages sustain.ed, by  j the., company and crew.���������������������������Acc'O'rc.ing- to  I Mi-. Faulknei*, it is the purpose of the  j company to go iaito the matter imme-  ! dlately jand, if claims aa-e sulftcieiit: io  i ��������� ...........  .  warrant   .staeli   ji   procedure,   io  .press  I'or  settlement:.'"--  Strange Phenomenon  In Owen Sound Harbor  arms tiiii.1) ammunition of those walling j  to Rive t.liena up, including the 'gov- j  eminent forages, and to disarm forci- j  bl.v i.hose wlio do not. peaeably. deliver i  up i heir arms.  "The   llaailed    .Sialics    government,"  the  proclaniiition     declares!     "baaing |  rtcce;ifed  1h������������' recpaest of the  Nicnrrag- -  nan   governiaaeaat     to     supervise     tlie  No Ciiaiige in Policy  a-epoa-led.". men  who   had   entered -thej  sax j and manufacturers  to establish  prac-   <-ount.y as faran worlcers are refusing1  j ticul types of household utensils which  j would   economize   labor   both   in   the  ! home and in the iauhistraa! production  Britnin    Will    Keep    Mission    to    the  Holy  fee  l.nndoaa.-���������M'taiaitentince of liaa ol'icinl  IJriiish i epresentn.ilve al. the Valican  now fun ht> regarded as n   pa-rmaaieaal  eleclions   In    11I2S,     believes    general'! policy of the  llratisli Covernment, Sir  disuriiiaiiHaiil. nee>������"?*.sai v for the proper  naid successful conduct of such adec-  tions."  >  Large Bequest for Charity  Wife of Pro'.Tiir,ent Winnipeg Finnn-  cier Leaves $800,000 to  Foundation  AVinnlpa>K.���������The Wlunipog Foundation, a'slrtblishoal scvernl yeiirs ago for  fhaa-ltiible paarpofeea,' ha-m-fns to'.ihe  ������������������Xla-nl ol" ifSitli,htau ilii-inigh ji be(|il<\sl  from the will oi' tl,n> late Mrs. Win.  Allouuy, which 'has been niaihv public.  Airs, Allowny, who ailed hist year,  leaivcH licr enllri' e.staie to Ihe foitii-  dnfliin, The imumiii is eveanpi frona  KUi'cessinn aliiihK, All h. Allowny whs  the \vll'i������ of Wllllai.aaa Allciwny, inoaial-  nenl Wlnnl|n>g ilnaiaich'r.  AiiHteii Chamberlain, , the Foreign  Secretary, announced in alio House of-  Commons.  "The fJovcrinnonf does neal, Intend  withdrawing the mission lo iho Holy  See." said Sir Austen.    "II was found  |co'n\enlnnf   lo   establish    Ihis   deleg.*..  | tion ������(. n tlnii'. of interna I fonal trouble  j aind   tlitUcaally, sind    lo    withdraw    II,  j aaow would bo am almni-1  ol'feaasiv<> no-  I lion   lo adopl."  I      Ih-Hlsh ,radalio|as Avilh the  Holy Sc><������  j wi'i't'  esluhllHln>d   in    IHM,  !      Says  Water Stenl  Aided   Tragedy  I     Toronlo.  - Sir   Frcdaialck   Sluparl,  ; director of the Toroialo hurcau of the  j Domlnloaa aMeleorologicul Olllceta. ox-  '. pra's.ved Ihe definite opinion final, il'  ' any excess of waiter hud mil been  j ItiktMi froaaa tho tJreaf La ken system  ! fhro'tagh thn Chicago da'ainage caaaail,  I la ia n.glng MisMlHsipiii doods lhal  "liave taken Htich toll of life snail pro-  1 pni'ty would have ba>en inry much losp  hl'l'l''|-(������.  of such,  articles.  To Build  Big Hospital  ]     Toronto'.���������Mrs.   A.  K*.     Huostis,    re-  I ceiitly introduced a deputation representing thn Women's College Mospltal  i lo the provincial seci*etary.    Ii   is the  inPM'allon   of   the   college   to   build   a  new million   dollar  structure  on   pro-  pea'iy acquired.    The new hospit.il  is  to   have.   .150    beds.    Tho    provincial  secretary  promised consideratioii.  for faani labor has been retarded.  Tlae  department,   stated   that,   if,   as j Water Moved Out and Returned Much  Above Normal Level  j     Owen Sound, Oait.���������Waters in Owen  to take posilions, doporLatlon "was the ��������� Sound  harbor and the Sydenham  riv-  auielcest  sand   most   effective   method j **' were stirred up    greatly    reeenlly,  of dealing  with  such  cases.    The de- (and, no reason has been found for .he  partnient has   ihe  power   lo  send  ian-  migrants   back   lo   ilaeii-   countries   of  origin if, thoy  refusa;    lo    take.   woa*k  when il Ih offered.  Parties Almost Even  SI. .Totin's, NUd.-"-A h'Klslataare Jai  -which tho parlh's 'are almost evenly  divided opened lis session here May 1.  Premier Monroe will have IS followers iu the legislative a.sse.nibly, while  the oppositiotai.slK  will mihaber 17.  phenomenon. Within si few minutes  the waters in the harbor moved out  so that, the level was two feet lower  than usual.  When tho water I'elurued, the level  wsas .much higher than under normal  conditions. At one time tlie wu-  teas in the harbor got so low  some boats were resting on tlm  at the boftotu.  lhal  "mud  Non-Stop   Flight to  India j  London,���������Announci'ini'iaf    hais    lia-en  naaulc  that   l.lont,  C   I?,  Cnrr, a^ pilc-t,  ������nd, Flight IJeial, ]..  K. !\r. Clllaiaan, Iaa I  a   big   Bpi'Hally   conHtincted   llornlcy-!  I Joyce machine which  paw-Tod  Its test j  al   HrooklaialK, will  Hi art probably oia-j  May 20 from Hie Croiiiwell iicroihwna; i "i,tI'*'    ������>iul     commerce     during     the  in Mnrulntaliiru on -i aaoaaiitop Jllghl ia | i������hs.'iir-o of  Hon. .lain.-H    Mnb-rdm    In  i lad In. a all;.l;uu:c nX i.0,00 inlha, which I r<'1",'<3'<'.  "'1   > ���������>"''  iha-y hope to accoaiapllHh ha   IK laourn.    i ������������lnlHl.?r   of   iufi-rlor,  ��������� - - - i   ��������� ������������������ i       i.*ij.i  Mlniatera  Doing   Double  Duty  Otlawii.���������lion. .1. A,  llolib,  Minister  of l-'lnaaici', will be siding miulHl.or of  Sends Demand To China  Japan Wantrs Soldiers Removed  From  Consulate at Nanking  1-ondon, --- .lapim bus pereaaaplorll.v  alenisuidi'd I hat ti������a< tfhinese auilioii  ties sit. Nanking give orders iinnn--  diatoly for ihe wilhdrawar oa' soldiers  who occupied iho Japanese eoii.suhit'i  at Nankiiag sifter the outrages of  March 2-1, says tan Exchange Tide-  graph despatch from Tokio.  'The demand, the despatch stales,  ���������was not sent In iho form of an nlii-  mutual, lull. il. is a-vpeclrd in 'J'nkio  that Ihe Chlaioso will comply wllhout  hofiltsdion.  Reliirns From World Tour  CbiirtoN     Sla-wni'l,  Ol  ".;;-< m I  W.     X.     U.     Ili������?  I"  Mrs. Ceori-tn Stephen. Winnipeg, who arrived In New  York  April  12 on  will   be   ticllng   board tho Canadian Pacific llagadaip  |-'naprortn of Hcolhuad, having i'Olnaplcled  an    While"    !ha:u    -   '!Hi-dMy   ionr itV  the  world,   vlnilln������'   iwouty   ciimil r U-H.   Mih,   Stephen   av:i<i   In  ohorl  lA>a-ke ha in tho Ohl a'oiintry.      .Shanghai and Pels In about two mouilui pn-vloiir-ly.  Task for Boy Scouts  Ottawa.���������The Hoy .Scouth' AHscn-ia-  llon ot Canada has offered its Horvii'es  lo the natioaaal committee for ihe  ce.ebi'ntiort of tha> jubilee of Confed-  euition, aaad luita ronue.stcd ihat tea  tlioni be allotted Ibe lank of decora-  ting the graivea of tho Coial������c!(lc>i'sitioia  Fatlaa-tK. Where Iho grit tea of the  fathorsi aae dlntnaat froan conarnl  points, the Fvoonla will delegate fallh-  ful aau-anbca'a of fth oi<lor to poa-form  Uic tn:-!r. flmph^ ".ra'rnth.". cf M:;jdo  l.oava'H will form the docorsitlon. Vi    -   ������"ta?*p������Tj*-.������'\     ff y v'TF V  I  a!  ���������  I  THE CRESTON .-REVIEW  ��������� Issued every Friday at Creston, B.O  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance  SS3.08 to U.S. points.  O. P. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON.  B.C., FRIDAY. MAY 27  Valuable Publicity Available  If, as is   quite   freely   predicted,  the pre cooling facilities at Wynn  del will enable that   point   to capt  are   the    strawberry ? trade of the  dining cars of the Canadian Pacific  oai its service at all   points   west of  Winnipeg, as well as for   a   coaiple  of  divisional   east   of   that   city, a  splendid  chance   to   advertise   this  district will be created if   the com  pany can be persuaded  to have the  menus definitely state  that Wynndel berries are being  served.  And with saach consideration   iai  the matter  of berries the courtesy  public business of this Province has  been transacted."  It -will be noted uhat Mr. T-s-ig^s  "���������_-. _     ..     ^     ��������� __.'_*:_. .������  sesolution  _at.es-.bers of  plainly   said   "certain  the  ^Legislature,"  and  not "members of the Legislature."  He could not possibly have meant  other than Dr. Sutherland and Mr.  Baackham. His present effort to  ibility is   almost piti-   '.~\.t.  1���������   ���������.������*.���������,J 1  yrxj     cavchucu  4,-^.        r.������ *-w* ������1 .* w������l, ���������������  feature      Creston      Valley    apples  while the local   fruit   is availabe.  Sow that a definite price-fixing  arrangements is being established  in connection with marketing the  fruit from this district should  enjoy at least equal popularity  with the Okanagan output with  C.P.R. purchasing officials and he  entitled to the same proaninence on  the bill of fares that the Okanagan  applei now  gets.  This is the sort of advertising  that comes as close to the effective  "taste them and try them before  you buy theni" as the district can  possibly get at no expense, aaad  every effort Rhonld be made to reap  its advantages.  ful.  The Conservative press of the  provincev as Mr. Twfgg's charges  collapsed, did a remarkable about  face. It now asserts that tho  charges and subsequent' investiga.  tion were meant to show, not that  any members of the government  party had sinned, but that the  system of liqnor purchasing, built  up by the present government, is  wicked and detrimenal to the  people. A valiant attempt is being  made to save Mr. Twigg's **face."  The fact is that Mr. Twigg and  his backers attempted to destory.  the personal reputations of members  of the government in the eves of  the electorate, failed, aaid are now  trying to make the people believe  they ''meant no harm.** but were  merely trying to point out a  weakness in the purchasing agent's  department, which it has yet to be  proved exists. ��������� North Vancouver  Review.  lunch was served  inmieJiately   after  the ceremonyyatid about noon Mr. and  Mrs. Kettlewell   left   by   motor   on &  trap to Spokane; and other Washington   and  ? Orei^pta   points,  the   bride  travelling in a costume of pearl  grey.  The groom's; gift   to   the   bridesmaid  was a   pearl   necklace,   and   the best  man was rethenibes'ed ��������� with ������   pair of  gold cuff links.    Many acceptable gifts  for the nawhoiiie bespoke the popularity, of both bride and ga*oo.h, who have  the best wishes   of a   host   of   friends  for a long and happy wedded life.    On  their   return from the  wedding tour  Mr. and Mrs. .Keltlrwe.il  will reside at  Kaaaitaerley  where    tha*   groom is employed   an   the    Company   Store     at  Chapman Ota nip.  Department of Public V/orKs  EFFECT MAY!  Regulations re Tolls, etc.,  Cariboo Road  Valley Tories  Elect Officers  NOTICE is hereby given that  r������ur8i.si!i"t to Order in Council  No. 48Tt,~approved May 13, 1927,  Regulations? were made respecting tolls, etc, on the Cariboo  Road, between Yale and Lytton.  Particulars can be obtained from  the uiadersagned. or any Government Agent.  P. PHILIP,  Deputy Minister and Public  Works Bngineerr.  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B,C, May 17, 1927.  CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES  Banff     -     Lake Louise*   *>      Emerald Lake  Nine Bungalow Oamps.  PACIFIC COAST    -    ALASKA  Vancouver  -  Victoria   -   Seattle   -Portland  after Vancouver��������� see Alaska  *.**������������������' ��������� ��������� - ���������  ���������-the Konsantic Northland   .  v-; ���������..-���������������������������  EASTERN CANADA  A choice of routes via all rail or lake and rail  ntVHTPn" <_  .���������"a-.* 1   .1  s   -___> ___*���������     ' ������**r  ��������� s. *..*  Excursion fares in effect May  22  to   Minneapolis  St. Paul, Chicago. New York and other centres  Have the Ticket Agent tell you more about Summer Trips.  W. B. MARTIN, Creston        T. W������ Bandy,. Erickson  CANADIAN PACIFIC  i  mssm  Wg&T OTHER PAPERS SAY  Crawling Out from Under  As was fully expected by everyone who knew the three men, Hon.  Dr. W. H, Sutherland, minister of  public works, and Mr. Speaker  Buckhan.?, of the ', Provincial Legis  lature, have been exonerated by a  royal commission of the implications contained in the charges  levelled at the last session of the  House, and Mr. H. D. Twigg, M.L.  A., who brought the charges, has  side stepped and is attempting to  evade responsibility for the imputations aganist the minister and Ivjr.  Speaker.  When    Mr.      Justice    Morrisoia  brought in his interim   finding last  week, clearing Dr.  Sutherland-and  Mr. Buckham, he   pointed out that  Mr. Twigg had asked to he  unres  ervedly diassociated  from any ppr  sonal reflections upon either of the  two   men.    It  is,  therefore,  estab  Hashed that no member of   the government is   guilty  of any   wrong  doing and that a   too active   member of the opposition is running for  cover  after  an   attempt   to  crush  two of   tho   province's best-known  and best-liked public men.  But Mr. Twigg cannot so easily  save himself from the structure of  evil charges and insinuations that  crashed about, his ears. His resohi  t!on, as presented to tho Legislature, clearly imputed wrong doing  on tho part of the minister of pub  lie works and speaker of tho House.  The preamble to the resolution  follows:  '"Whereas wo sire credibly in  formed and do boliovo that wo will  bo able to eatitb.iah by Hati������faulory  evidence the truth of tlie tillega*  tioaiH of one, John A. Oanthierj  and,  "Whereas,      by    declaration    of  Gatithier, dated  sixteenth   of   Feb  ruary, nineteen   twenty-an von,   the  There was ji representative turnout  of Conservatives from fhe different  pollaug places an the district for the  annual meeting of Creston % alley  Conservetiv��������� Association, which was  h������-ld in the Grand Theatre on Monday  evening, with the retiring president.  Major MallandHine, occupyaaig the  chair.  The president in a   brief   speech reviewed the association's ac;ivitivs diir  ing the past year,  and stated  that as  the executive of   the   Creston   riding  association had decided   td at once call  a convention to nominate a candidate  the meeting   in   addition   to   electing  officers should also name its   quota of  seven delegates   to   the    forthcoming  convention.-   Prior fo nominating the  new officers announcement   was made  that the Kitehener and BosweU  poiis  would hanip their own  representative  on the Valley exeoutuae, and   the following officers   were  chosen   for the  enjruiaig year:  RITISH ^COIiUMBIA  The Mineral" Province of Western Canada.  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925  Pa*esident���������F.   H. Jackson. Creston.  yice-president���������Hilton Young, Canyon.  Secretary-Treasurer���������J. W. Hamilton, Creston.  Executive: Camp Listen��������� R. T, Milium. H. Helrne, W. P. Edward*?.  Canyon City���������(3. Blair, H. Halstead.  Erickson��������� "vV. G. Littlejohn, L. T.  Leveque, J. B. Holdea\ K. J. Long.  Creston���������O. O, Rodgers, Major  Mallandaine, Geo. Johnson, Vac.  Mawson, Stan. Watson, Jas. Cook,  Jas. Cherrington. Robert Stark, John  R. Miller, H. S. McCreath, Rev. Dr.  Duly, Rev. J. Herdman, W. Fa-aser.  Alien Sidang-WynndeL���������Jas. Coanp-  ton, W. J. Cooper, Saan Moon, Leslie  Mclnnis, R. Aldea-son.  Sardar���������C. M. Loasby.  West Creston���������K. "Sinclair Smith,  A. Cura-ie.  Lady representatives to the execaa-  tivo wi'l be named by the Creston  Ladies' Conservative Club. The usual  votes of thanks to tho retiring officers  were enthr������������i<iBticaally curried, tlae  mover and seconder dealing at length  with the splendid services of tho'retiring president, as well a������ secretary J.  W. Hamilton, the decision of the  former not to again accept office being  received with reluctance.  Has toroduced Minerals as follows:     Placer Gold, $77,663,045;      I_ode Gold, $122,808,459,  Silver.-.874,1-11.397:    I^ad, $89,218,907;    Copper $197,642,647=    Zinc, G'39,925,947;    Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,594,387;   Coal and Coke, $273,048,953;   Building Stone, Brick. Cement,  etc., $44,905,886;   making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $920,919,628  Production? year ending December, 1924, $61,492,242  "The MiningLiaws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than those of  any dther Province iu the Dofriinion, or any colony ih the British Empire.   > r:      ?-  Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees. _  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such  properties, the security of which is  gaiaranteed by Crown grants.  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Prtii tie-illy all British Columbia Minei-al Properties upon which development work has been done  are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining  investments should refer to such reports. They are available without charge on application to the Department o Mines. Victoria, B.C. Reports of the Geological Survey of-Canada, Winch Building, Van-  couver, ������re recommended as valuable sources of information.  Repoa*ts covering each of the Six Mideral Survey Districts are published separately, and are avail  able on application.  ESSEX  Lighter Underwear for  Coming Warm Weather  Men's Suits and Drawers at, each ��������� ���������  Combination   Suits,  Watson's  Spring   Needle  gives  you  wear,^ comfort and freedom, cub in correct sizes to fit you,  all sizes, per suit, 1.85 to $2.50.  :-l<J  ^Jri'.st'jjcr  -"In*.)?   in a hi-  it, ii ��������� (,������  ii.eutu re-lleotiratf tipoia tho honor of  certain itteuiberH of lhb< JjCKiHliiluru  und upon tlar* matiiier in  which the  A May Wedding  A very |ji'el._y Saoiiae wud������.3ng "VViis  that of Tuesday ut the houae of Mr.  and Mas. Axel Anderson, "Victoria  Avenaao, wheat their third daughter,  Mias Selinii MarRUt-etta, -was united in  .kmrrhtRo with *Ma\ William Koith  Kettlevvoll of Kim hurley, Hev. J,  Headman olflctatlng. Tho happy  event \vnu tviUiewiseii lay m c'-ingMuay of  the immediate rehaiivcH of tlao contracting parMca, tho rooms being  attractively decorated with t.nllp������ and  ail) tlao other bpa ing blooms. Tlae  bride, who waa given away by her  father, was hianoHiimoly gowned iu  imhoH r>_ roHCH Milk flat ecepo, ami  eai'.'ieal ia botpiet of wliitu niarlHMias and  LaalipH. Slii" win* i.ttoiKlDit by her t������lwLoav  Mihh Annii Aanh'-'-'Hon, -wha* wih gowned in nilogacuu hi.U. Mi*. Hiiiry Hogg  of Kiiuhei-lov wiw tia>Mt, nian.    A linffot.  Watson's Ladies' and Children's Vests  Priced 25c, 30c.* 40c, 50c, and up.  Extra ^utsize Vests, fine quality 75c,  Ladies' Extra Outsize Combinations- $1.50  Ladies' Bloomers in White and Peach, 50c. and 60c.  rl_ l^^w. _m^^ fm^WQb^V^ Hp^Wi mWk ^  >������)������"|-"i������' rt   ese���������nl  'wigi      -������      ������������air'   M    ~  . ���������l_ffl!l 1SLE   MMlwIr MP! ������  LIM TED if iiii yi ii  seassera-HSEwi  8'H  *   fRBSTll^    KEVIEW  ttrpassio:  /-._  .������->n  SA^^1C?3^&  "j-VTOT even its electrifying success diir-  JL X ing 1926*���������not even its tremendous  sales, y/hich mo.re thaii doubSed the Isest  previous first-year record of any new  make'of car.���������Not even these amazing  achievements can compare -with the  present-day *_r_u__*_p_is of ?h& T^-gw and  Finer PontiacSixI    *  The reasons for this spectacular advance in  popularity are obvious. Always a stir-passing  value, the New and Finer Pontiac Six now  towers above its field like a beacon in the night.  Vivid npw beauty enhances the fine craftsmanship of its new lower bodies by Fisher.  Chassis refinements emphasise the thrilling  peiriorim-tnce of its f am  Fresh and original combinations of enduring  Ducb lend a marked note of style to its six  smart body types.  Yet, even with all these improvements she New  and Finer Pontiac Six sells for new low prices I  Neves: has such surpassing vsUse been offered  in a low-priced quality six. Never has any car  of its price kindled such, wildfire bayitag en������  thusiasm ! And never has any car in its class  so clearly deserved such success ! wiizo  HANSON GARAGE  CRANBROOK,     B-C.  PRODUCT OF GENBEtAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMTTED  -S-JLJ-k  i  927  FORD   PRICE  Til-GS-S  Erickson ������>������������������������������������,  Touring ������������������ --  Touring���������Sport���������������������������  Ru nabout   Sport RoadBter   Coupe���������--���������-��������� ��������� ���������  Tudor��������� ...   Pordbr.~ ~   Chassis  ���������  liiftht Delivery   Light Delivery Van  Truck ---��������� -���������-���������  Truck, Starter���������.-������������������  Ruokatell Paas.  Riiclcatell Truck  ������_���������������������������������_������-> _������^������-������ ������������������������_>���������  -4603-00  - 710.50  - 582.00  - 680,00  ~ 754.00  ... 768.00  ~ 836.00  .489.00  - 592.00  ... 649.00  ... 515.00  ... 585.00  70.00  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE STATION  MJSmmWSm^m*%Sm%  Local 'and Personal  Miss Sheer, who will have charge of  the four-day Chautavua which-xapens  at the Grand tonight, arrived from  Pentlcton on "Wednesday and has  everything in readiness for * the first  programme. There are a. few season.  tickets still available and these are on  sale at the drugstore up till 3 o'clock  to-night.  Press despatches from Victoria at  the end of the v?eek state that ibe  agreement as between the village "commissioners and O. O. Rodgers for a five  yea. supply of electric light And power  has been approved by the fLieutenant-  governor-in-council, and is .now in  order for signature by the village  authorities.  Patrons of the  Associated Growers  were out inisrge BU-ubers 055 Th  day night at Trinity Church hall for a  meeting which was addressed hy B. J.  Chambers, president, and D.' J. Mc-  Nair, sales manager for tne Associated, President K/J������ Long of Creston  Co-Operative Fruit Exchange occupied the chair;  CrestonV observance nf the Gonfed-  at meeting- -of representatives of, all  the Valley organizations and other  citizens on Wednesday .night at the  town hall, -when the coxnK.iit.tees to  handle the   different  features  of the  J)������*--_-*������   mtwmrym***   ���������������_>_���������_ *r_,M������'������-"E  x_-������>- w      mm w������.-v    w mt-mmmm-^. ���������*_������  *^ *_:���������������*M    _?-.i������ ^^  to add. Some promises ;-of ftna<������cial  support *werstiforthco_n3ng ' hut as; yet  osily one oait^side school distbrist has  been heard from.  The rock crushing machinery that  was last used on rock ro������d repair at  Alice Siding has been transferred to a  spot near the high level bridge at  Canyon* and by the end of the week  will be grinding out crushed-rock for  surfacing the. loWer Crenton-Ericfeson  ro������ad,?as well as the Ei-sp-ksorirAsrow  Creek highway. A supply of I'ical  gravel has been contracted y for and  work will be carried on simultaneous  ly at .both ends of the Creston-lSrick-  son road with teams and two trucks.'  Bids   for   the   ten   million   feet   of  standing timber   owned by the" Land  Settlement   Boaid    adjacent    io   the  Lister area closed early. l-oRf*-. week, and  announcement ?   was   ni������de    on   Fs-i  J day tbat Putnam, Palnim* & Staples,  Limited had been awarded the tract���������  the buy also including the old mill put  in by the board in 1920.   The firm will  more their plant    from   Goat  River.  Crossing, where they   have   operated  the past f������������ur   years,   to the   new site  about foaar miles from  town   and  will  1  -3_     ~tl     JaVU^.^  \jl\p   an    i/_-.ic_i_r  ���������   ��������� ���������  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  JTRY OUH ,  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  &M������2$nroclk. Brawn HAeW^ BACON ana LAt*zD  v GLEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER  (Government graded, highost quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEK PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BOkNSs mDEAL poultry food  In-crentvoa egg production nnd pvndrtcew better pmiHrj-".    Buy the best.  am Oreston.  The purchase wall keep their mall  going for ait least three seasons.  An alarm of fare was turned fin late  Saturday afternoon for a blaze that  completely destroyed the former J. P.  Cook residence on his ranch along the  K.V. north oat Fourth street, and  which was occupied by Mr. and Mrs.  Boarnett nnd family, who lost a part  of their effects sn fast did the flames  spread it. the somewhat' ancient  structure, whach was erected over 30  years ago, and wos Creston "a first aiad  only hotel fcr several years. The fia-e  originated in the roof at the chimney,  and due to the distance? to  telephone  KU liiJifrua tluu iuo  cijUmi-^  ioiiKi>Lly u-'-p  for the fire biignade. the flames had  spread too extensively for the fhe  fighters to cope witn on their arrival.  A neat granite 'crass-design head  stone now decorates the grave of the  late Sergt. Searlo in Gretttou cemetery.  It will be recalled thia R.O.M.P. officer  was drowned in the Goat River ma the  mission road in the early morning of  Sunday, May 15th, while coming in  off a patrol nt the boundary. Full  credit for obtaining thia recognition is  due President Maajor Mallandaine of  Oreston Board of Trade, who for some  months past has carried on a voluminous correspondence with the federal  militia, post headset Ottawa as well  as 11,0. M. P. headquarters, Ueglnii,  Sask., and every oth-er likely spot  where pi-ensure could be brought Co  bear to iiBsure the creation of a saait  able hondstoue, tho erection of whh-la  has been in charge of tho president,  and completed Itist week.  *>-���������**;'  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Nolicm oF Application  for  Conssnt to  Transfer of Bear Licenses  o  r^Uf\~ u  HAY  GRAND THEATRE  8JKK5SXUJN  riday - Saturday -Monday -JTuesd  PRESENTING  Schubert Male Quartette  Presenting a varied program including opera classics, sacred, secular  musical comedy, novelty numbers aud popular selections.  John Ross Reed Ccmpasny  A remarkable combination of beautiful voices and dramatic ability.  iiilian rl    _u_������**v>__^i-rl     i w*5__ifjr_s*-l_ai������ _������_ _rli_fl __kl!-&!*��������� _r_-^r  An ilhistrated travelogue, ^'British policy in China and  Through Britain with a Camera.    Colored slides.  Herbert A������ Taylor, Prince of Magic  r  Notion ta liorobjr ^(voti thatoa tho 10th ilny  ot Jaano noxt, tlao auadoaralBrnirMl Intondn to nppljr  to tho Iilquor ;<Joi������t������Hjt IiohlwI foi* con~onL o������  traaaiiC������F or Tto������r Ijlocna* Max IW3. laamaod In raw-  l������ftot ot patcnalBoa botner ljart of buililtni; lcno-wn  ftifffclio Northoria Hotel, HlHitt<t������ at Salajao, HrittHh'  Oohiniir-la, aiuuai tHu liuulu aloHauibwl au T/alw (i  and tl. mock at, Hrilmo Townndto, Mftp_U_3. NoIhoii  hand B*cRl������tan.tlon "Dtatrtct;, In tho I������rrtvlnoo ot  Ilouclti" Olbhoai to Krnoab John Biammom o.  Bi������1m������. Krltliih Colu������ihlfl,rtina.iiBfot<s6,  IMtod ftt artaimo, ll.t;., thin Srrt nt������ir May. *ia>27.  UltNKHT JOHN tftUMMtflatlH.  Clown���������Juggler���������Ventriloquist.  "SM1LIN' THRU  99  A charminfE comedy of ni-precedented popularity, presented by  the Martin-Erwin Players.  The Plantation Quartette  Ixighly trained J~a_ni.ee Singers pr^sentiug the melodioug'  and folk songs of the southland.  "The Potter and His Clay  99  J. Smith Danaron, the potter-draftsman demonstrated lecture.  SEASON TIGKETSi lilts, S&SO; GBiildren, $1  A limited number of Reserve Se ts -vill be on sale.  Af#v \FR1IIT GROWER  Don't you think it mould be good business to have your  APPLE BOXES and APPLE CRATES  delivered NOIV, so as to avoid the rush  later  on?  For orders placed before August 1st we will date the  invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 10 days from August 1st.  CH AS. O. RODGERS  ew CHEVROLET Prices  Roadster and Touring���������$ .867  Coach- ~~  1005  Coupe- ������������������  1025  Sedan ��������� 1114  Landau Sedan��������� ���������  1181  Roadster Delivery  ���������    824  Includes Buraper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  ^_ rrr_ tr*e* m  \/iiC" __ o_i_.   s, rucsc  823  AU kinds of  Used  Cars  For Sale  PRFMIFR'   f; ana i"^ F  PALMER  &   wiAXweri--.  QEnUICE ON AIMYTHinia OPERATED OY OAEIOLINe mmmi.mmimiiwmKmwm
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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
'  MAY   22
PETER    HEALS   THE.'"" LAME   MAN
GOLF STAR
Golden  Text:
t here  sail vat a an ;
any  other  name
is   Riven   anion??
must   be---saved."
Lesson:- Acts 3
'Jai     noaae    other   is.
for  nc-itlier  is   tl 1 oi���<:;
under   heuveai, . that.
men,    vrhfroiai     wo
���Art Is    1.12.
.1  to 'i.31.
"Devotional   Reading:    Is.iius   :'."��. 1 -��>.-
and   Comments
Cheats Electricity
a. w*
Kleeirieity   is   oiif-  iuni   iai   iht-   -,-ost ���
oi:   living   in   Canada   which   .is. aiiuela ,
trlioapet*   now   than   in   pre-war   ila>s.
Tlie  Doaiiinaon   Bureau    i-i'     staiisiic*
I^I-ok   number   :;!;o-ws   a   t.v due Lion   In .
the   pa*iee  61  eleeta-ieiiy fan- residem.-**
lighajug   oi'  31.if   per   cctil.   from   t'li:.l
to   192b".   Canada   loads   the   worUi   in
the   per   capita   disaribiuae'ia   ol"   elre- .
trie-try-   froan  veil*, rn!     elei/iric     iumv-m-
stations.
She Has the Greatest
Faith Is Them
Savs Mrs. Elliot* oi Do-tcTs Kj^nev
PiHs
Alberta   Lady   Strongly   Recommends
the   Use   of -Ocdd's  Kidney   Pills  to:
& 14  Sufferers.
South "Edmonton." Allx>vta. *i"**pe-
���taD--"E have used yr ur Dodd's Kid-
iiry If ills for a few veins anal t'oa
kid in-y find bar.-karho trouble ahev
havo v.'orked avonaU-re. r have great
faith hi them. 1 havo Itoaani great
praise.- about -aitmia froan a number of
"people  in  our district."
This suiteim-m comes from Mrs.
Kllioti. who resides aa 'V.i'2 t TOtli Ave.
Tin- re-lie C that Ma*s. Kiliott found, has
��;onie> fo thousands of other Canadian
.-women through the use of L>pdd**s
Kidney  Pills.
'J'here are only a few people who
sappreciuto tho groat importance of
1-a-opins- the kidneys in g-ood order at
all times. 'J'he kidneys aro th** purifiers ot" your blood. If the kidneys
bpcoiiin ring-god with impurities they
cannot perform their l'uuetioais prop-
perly. The blood, instead of being:
piirilicd, i.s poisoned, and in. turn
poisons Ihe -whole System, with tlae ���
result that a condition may develop j
voi-v   serious.
Explanations
1.    Peter  Heals  .1   Lame Main, Acts
XI-,tO.-~:Niiao   in     tho     aiiornin-j*     aaad
throe  in     the     afternoon     were     the
hours   for. saca-iiieq. and    .pa-ayer..       it |
was   the   hour,   or   three   in  the  after-
��� noon,  when ���������'Peter  and  John,  the  two
i apostles  so   ot'ieai  mentioned  together
j in the  (Jospel- laarruijves, weiit to the'
': temple   to   pray.   They    observed    the ,
j hours of pray��>r in   the  temple,  for the |
'Only difference   between" iho  followers"
of   ly'hrisf   ;iaid   oilier   .lows   was   that.
, tliey. believed  .lesus   to  be     ihe    IVies- ��
j slab!   The    renHr.atton    that   t'hrist inn-
i ily   was   meant     to     replace     .tmUiisul i
fcanio.  to  ihein   yoi-y   ua-uluully.
'     There Was   always   a   place   in   1 ho
lives   of   tha1   apostles   tor   eouuuunaoit
waih   God.   Pt\iyer   had   an   "hour."   a
definite   tiane   and   place   in   the*!'   pro- 1
mam   of   livini*,.     Their      Master     had*
���His   hours   of   lu-Jiyor.     Have   we'.'
Af tho aetaiplo door wh.ie-h was
called Hawaii t a fill they siw a man sit-}
:in*< i-utl te'ssinjx alms ol" all who
passed. IU* had been hinie- from
. bir.ih, and was daily curried u> 1 iae
same" spot to beg. l-Ivory one in
.feiusalom must have known him
well, "lit: was part of the city laud-a
scape, the peopla-* knew him as ihey
knew the. Carved columns oi, \ho
temple  doorway."
There  as   a     close     connection     be-
twween   religion     ami     philaaitha-opy, j
Church  Hoers   aa-*>   ihe.     .ureal,    wavers. '
"Love of c'od   finds  expi*esston   in  love '
io man. j
The ���man was not: expecting alms,
from every worshipper, aand probably-
Shiuced indifferently at Poier and ]
John. To rivet his attention upon ;
them and arouse his a-xpeetaiioais, ���
Peter said to him. "Look on us.'' And !
the "beggar save heed lo ahem. Then i
said Peter, "Silver and sold have i'j
none."' ;
He is ahe poor man wwhoean say/?
'"<>uly silver and scold  have  1." ���-'
"���iJiat what f have, that: save I to j
ilie<-." added Peter. You reaneanber I
ihe story told by Turg-enieff of the ,
Uussian who put his haaials in his I
l��cckeis aaad found""notbiiip* ihere, and j
then sahl to the begjear before him, ���
��� "I am. soi'ry. brother: I have nothing
with me, brother." And the beggar, j
iouc-hed by the word brother, said,
���"That  too,   was  a. gilt,  broUiea
WORLD HAPPENINGS
URiPFT.v rain
W.&VM.M.K   _J Jl
A vr-a���_w
J*.
Ill
I lie
an
Kslnblisbmcmt   of'   a    oreanaery
Sydney, -under  Iho   aaa--pie��->s    of
Nova      Scolia     tloA ernnn>nl,     is
nounceil.
Announea'meiat was made by lion
Charles Ma-Crae, Gaitario minyistea- o
mines, that taiiae geological! exploi-a
tion parlies AVouhl opei*ate in 1h��
piWinco   du'riaig  this  su.intaier.
Toronto   Chines*-*   are   raiding   luna!-��
lo   exhiiii'ie   ihe   lamsiiU'-   or   100   f'hip
ese  l>aii*ii->d   in Ontario  wilh  a "\ iew   10
sa��ia��lhi|5   them   lo  Chima   lor   a-o-biaa iaa
iha-re,
A proelaina'ion by the govermir-
iii-e-ouiieil b.ej-ai invites t he ^peoiJlr1 ot
Canada, 10 "eo-atribiiu-' geiiofbusly"
to ai Dotninion-w ide a,nnip:iif;a\ 1'au-
I'taaads to be o.n*iaed oai on behali of
ihe Cani.dian Red' (.'ros.4 between
May   21   and .laajy  1.
The iiaapi:ttaiioai of potatoes into
Camilla 'from Kurbpe, the Azore Islands. Cana.rv Ls3ai.Ta.tIs Tvlti-wlotiiid-
land, the islands of St. Pierre and
Miqm-lon aiad the State of California,
are proliabiled under- an drder-iii-
eouncil made public in the Canada
Gazette.
_ _H�� *{|^_^<__l^:ir_^_'_-^ E^-
J WW^^W^Wykr
Dips the Cords of
the Carcass in a
Rubber Solution!
1
��1
l1^^^
--^.WKI-C^
*-*�����
?&}m? '<"*"":
Worms feed upon the vilalily of
c-hiidren and ondaugoa* their lives. A
si an pie anal effeciive reaiaedy is Mother   (Jiaves'  Worm  Kxferaaahaalor.
Paid to Change Name
"necaai.se   of   the   great   number.
Wln-ai the JJrifish proCes-sioaiaa
golfers- come to Canada this siaaai-
mci>-oite member of the -Canadian
team chosen to -mean. I hem will probably be Jim 'Rraimor, tbe popular
pa*o ol" the famous Jasper Park Lodge 1
course. Jasper National Parle, Alber- :
ta. Anaiotanceiueait of Ihe visit to- !
gether with a last of the Canadian i
pros invited to play the Tb*itisli team !
has been made by B. T.. Anderson, :
secretary of the Royal Canadian Golf .
Association aaad Kamiuer's name is'
included  in the list.
Jim Ls ai hard and {accurate driver^
with either wood or iron ami in the
Old Country, where he was pro with
, the Bldston Club of Cheshire lie has
two victories to his credit over the
I famous A. i?>. Havens. He won the
i professional chaaupionship of Alber-
j ta in 192*5'and was runner-up jii the
Western Open, being beaten by another Canadian National Hallways
pro, Ned McKenna of the Alinaki
Lodge course.
Worms ai-e oiicpumgcd by morbid j
conditions of tho stomach' and bow-J
els, and so subsist. Miller's Worm j
Powders will alter these conditions;
almost immediately, and will sweep j
the worms away.". Ntfy .'��� destructive j
parasite can lire in contact, with this]
aiiedicine. which is not. oaily a worm |
desaroyei*. but a hoa't.h giving modi-:
cine most beaaeileial to the yotaaa^; ;
constitution."
��. w
Winnipeg Newspaper Union
of
Fn-iK-h post n I raulhoriities liaye
csinbllsln'd a sysfena of autograph
telegrams, the signature of ihe sen-
aler being ra>produa-ed al. the oud of
the   menage.
Andersons and Peter.-roaas iat Stockholm, the Swedish po'stal department has suggested a government
premium to those who will agree to
change their .aaames. The Andersons
alone occupy 2S pages of the Stockholm directory.
A German biologist
ou tangs caai siiag. We
have  a aadio,   too.
says
know
With
tended
enemy.
shiftiug
friend
scenes
shows
many
up
rrss
ADDED TO THE WHITE STAR LINE FLEET
ttmOSAr*.
-fragrant creamy
lather
_5e5/ for you ond Baby too.^ n
Ai��i..tr...,|, I ,
���lt,Mli..,Mi"illr��l
Try Rice Pudding
Made this Way.-
1 cup boiled rice
} ���> cup Borden'B Euglc Brand
Condensed "Milk
I tcraspoonful vsmilla
1 oKir
} $ cup water
I fl   tcatspoonful  lautnieg
Mix Euglc Brand and. water
together  thorotaKhly.     Beat
cfie ru-ad hleni.t' with tho mil.k
and viin ilia. Add this mtictvtrc
to the l-lcc (hoilcd) and mix
well. Poua- 3ato buttered pasn
.1 nd spr in k le top'.wit-i the aiut-
..i<7'.    Place p.iii in 11 dish of
writer fas for n custard) a rod
bake in ia &low ovet^ until a
Here you -tiee one of the
cords, highly magniflecS,
frenn a Fireatoae G��___-
Dlpped Btaiioon Tire carcass.
The end is unravelled into
15 smaller* cords, composed
of msilioias of cotton afifeers.
Firestone dips all the cord*
in a rubber solution. Every
fiber is -saturated and insulated with rubber,, adding
great strength and enabling
the c^-ds to fiex with mini-
nfium frictsoEHa
Go to. yoisr nearest Fire-
gfr^vn^ Deaies" to~dsy�� tie will
provide these "Better Tires"
along with helpful seirvice,
which mean* -extra mileage,
safety and comfort.
FIRESTO"PJE TIRie 8s RUBBER CO.
OF CANADA LIMITED
'"��� -HBanilton, Ontario
MOST MILES PER DOLi-AR
Ftreatoiic J3uElU_ the Only Guna-Dipped Tir^s
For ,.linprov.���'d. Highways
geySums    Spent;, r^sst
'������'���'~T his ��� Purpose-
During tho, year 192ft    a
$.-15,5 G.3,000   \va s   k spoil t
tioai? aviid  inaiittehaiice
oraug-
ir.   We
a
as
golden brown���
B2727
"'t -.'<���""",*!    ^t      I,, <    ' * '      ,     i
'l^4sWmmm^km\mm*%
The S.S. t'ulgiia-ii', Mi.iHjll toaiH. oiiu
ol' 1 lie uvo HleiiaiierH rooonily ladalod
to 1 lie SI, h;a:vi*()t)ei> lle��>l: of tlto
White   Sim*   l-tiao   CuamtJInta   Sea'vlea\
'.I'lii' <:iilKarae will bo 11 haaadiiia? Jink
with Seotlfind laowiti.si-j plie will amain-
taiaa si. i'��>ku1iu' si ami illroel. sun-vleo to
<?{-|ji!*f.-:ow boJ'ot'o eoiaiiiletlng lier oiihI>
boiiiial vo,v{ik*\4 nl. JAvei'tmol,
The (JitlKiia'ie h��i�� flvn tliM.-liH in-
eluding tlie lion I. deck. 'I'lie itublle
rootiiM nre loctUaul on "A" deek
wliic'li in Klaus eaicloHeil thereby en-
ubliiu*; pusHr-nKei'.s to enjoy dally ox*
erch-e IrrettjM-i'llve of v1be Avenllaf-i'.
The Iouiikp, lbi> ttnuil'i'-rooin and the
vi'i'iniiliili <*nr<! an' ^roiiiied on thin
prom a-11 tide  dea-lc,
AnoiliiM'  ImiriKc    and    the   nymnatM-
itini  are  on "II" <l-f><*!t,  Ibu sieeoanmo-
il.ilii-li aill \��"..ll'l .i3.,��y IDiIiUIh;;,
hiiJii'ii   and   n   niimbi-i'  ol"   nlnt'orooiiis',
h;m
jail   ivf  whii'li   ar*' ��M'nlppaMl   with  Ix-dH 11|1(��  h|*suner.
hiHlend of 1he berl.las UHiially found
on oeoaia Ifaaer.s, Iaa addition I lie olll-
ee.s ine on Ihiw'deok.
. "C" da-elv i,s u.i.lIlKiMl for Hlato-
rooniH and (he hjiuio tipplierf to "D"
deelv with tho exoeplitm thai. Ihe diaa-
iaa��? Htiloon Ih on  (lie Jul (.or.
Oihi   ol!   the   tfi'oui;   fi.'jaLiii'os   or   I he
j Hteatnei*  Ih   the  olevalor  sorvlco  eon-
noi-tiiiK   all   ah i'Uh,     Tho   titoaaiier   Ih
illtfjtl  -Avitli   win-Jons-     apparaltiH    aaitl
Htabiiiiai'lne   HlKiiulllnfi   an pa ration,   wilier       llRht        laialkhoiidH,     ('iiinrj'nni'v' '
llKlatliiK    plaail,  comblni'd   Hernaphoa-e \
and   Morttti   H-lKiasil   atppaa-atiaw,     hilKo j
heels,  fireproof  biillcherulM,     lire    ex- j
tliaKUihliliaK    apprmiUaiH,    bala-(Ii'e��soi''.s J
Hliop, n dark room for photOKrapher^,
ami 31 general abop.       r
8 pee ltd tittontloaa haa been ulveaa
lo Iho vent Ibu Ion of till rowrns hh
a l-enaiH. 01 wliiuJ. 11 eoia.slttnt Hiii��i��iy
of freiili utr Im r-iarrlod to all  purta of
Simple-   Rrock
Smartest
Phis     pretty     froeic     of     hrifihtly-
printed   erepo   i.-a   appropriate   for   all j
day   wear.     C'tat   wilh   a   Hallo   ,��tjaiid-
ItiK collar opening: b-.u-U to foraia a V. |
It sll].is  on. over  the  hcsid. aaid   has a.'j
few  j5;illa����a*H   in   Ibe   shoulders   ol"  Ihe j
slrairaht   bodice, -which     uocoail.H     llaei
low w alKlline,  whoro it  joiaiK  llu*  (lar- !
! Iiik  Kl-irl   front.     Tho     btiek     ol'     1bo '
I I'roek   is  plain,  and   thn   Ionia*  *sleevos
! -j-athov   itaio   aiarrow   wa-lKt-baaads',   No,
I \2-2 Is I'oa* lh<- aaalss anal llltle wia'nan
| and   is  iia.HiSMi.s   hi,   IS  and   Lit)   yean;.
1 Siv.i*   IS  years   (!U�� bust >   rofpilros  -1 :i��
yards  :i(j-ia��ela   ll��ura>d   a i-opo.  1'rieo  2U
a-enls.
Tim KOcreL of dlsljnel ivo ilri-HH
liaas In good I ante rather Ilaan a lavish e.vponditure ol' aai<inoy, livery woman should want, lo make bor, own
elolhOH, and the hoaaie cli*i>HHatmk^r
will Iliad Ibe desl^aiH lllu.sl rated in
our new Fanhhm .1100k lo he ju-tie
ileal aaad Hlnaplo, yet malaalaiaaJiiK the
spirit; of alio anoilo of the niiniieaal,
Pi'lca> of Iho book 10 eenlH  Ibe ropy.
total of
on coairitrue-
of all provincial 'highways hi -Canada,- accoa-diaig
to'computatiorL made by A. W. 'Cta.m11-
bell, Boiuiaiioii High-way ComTuission-
er. Of this total ��29,S5S,000 was
spent 011 eousii'uetiori .und, v$15,(JS7,-
000 011 niaintenaaiee of highways ;al-
ready cpiisti-iicied. The total mileage
of roads involved -an- this aggresato
expenditure-was ��l6,S 2 -1     ���
'    1 _   ' - -       . '   .; 1
O-Oitid Mot, Sl��cp
Heart and Ne-rves
Were So Bad
Mr. Geo. Meek, Windsor, Q-aai.,,
���writes:���"I su-flfe-red with nay heart fajad
nerves and could aiot sleep at night retort
noiaeB iaa. my head. I atn-nnaged to"
keep at xny vrotk. somehow, until I
began to have dizzy spells wbicda got.
bo bad I a^oiikl uot go to amy work. I
was Rfraid to g-o oaat tixay iilaco, for
voar often I woaald stag-ger ou my feet,
aad every filing" in front of me would
turn black and fade away. While,-1
was homo e;;k a friend told mo to take
I   got   four ...hexes
and by, tlie; 1 i me, I
bad used tliem t.ln��
pains Jind noises in.
my     Iioad     ceased
and T. wava' able ,io
got ft good night's
rest. Although that
was six year*  ago
I  have  never  boa>n
troubled  with, that  complaint  again,"
Price  50e. -��- box  at   all, tlealcra,  or
_naile<J   direct  on  a-eceapt   of   prit;o   V>,v
*_?lao T. Milburn Co., Limited, Torontai
Ont.
#* tf\ |bJ| CM_"*_f B_3P,______,P_f* f mf\ fy_
im*4%mM ���**P m Bit   mSm u \g%��$t\wi
A cause of many ills. Harmful
to elderly people.    Get  relief
without griping oinouoea with
Chamberlain's Tablets
. Set your liver riKht���25c
m* _ .1, -��> , .1. ,. mil ii,. i��� 1,_��
How To Oicler Paltems
Addi'-ess���Winnipeg New'.spaper Vnion,
1 in   Ma-I li-rinot    Ave,,   Winnipeg
I'atleraa    No.
SI /.a
BAKl.llS' OV4_NS-- Write for cittav
Ioruo ami list of aaserl nvfltis.
Mulibarii Oven Coni.aany, 1100 Queen
West, Toronto, Out.     	
THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY.
.ttheRAPION S^O. "B
THERAP1ONN0.2
THERAP1ONN0 3
Mo. *l tor WHnild-r C��t_rrl..      No. 9 for I11od��I Ai
feOtlu *j|��uu.n��B. tlo.U r*il-ca����-tJ4i��_ W ��!��_����� __-_-��.
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"on.T.llOrKliriMml.Cn .lavnr��tnelc H*I.N.\\ ,11.1..ill 1I11W
����   Mull ffll.lO. <-Mli��   i��r:in<  for ��*��. SO>. ��"-"��
71, ruosa* UiK.ftv Uabt, Xor.wto. Oaai-. __u_<tn.
Xiiaaio
a"a>�� m
jK_<!|3 "VllriarcB'r. Lioi'meot In tlae house.
ia   unexcelled
Dyfcr�� U8(5 the
Same Kind of
for   Dyeing
B B ^F &8 ���_K^ ���������?)->';?:fr-^;~^Vi?y���������-,",.  murn-mr  ���������gjagiaaii  PHE   REVIEW,   ������BESTO~N; . B.    C.  .;   *'''?L.***i$^-r?xti:?!#!f'.: ���������^^������������������S:-'!^t'S:tfJi-^'':'f^AfMS^!!'-Ssy:5;:?:srtf*T'r-ii'*/t.y'f AA'"S^~-:-S''5S- ��������� -iA?^'z::**iS:/'riSs''i"AtfS������.  %&/ime������Mea^^  vigorous ^ praise??^  :?r^.Tla1*S^o^c:i^  3^&  ���������^  poor and my stomaeli^gave iiaSrenaiof  trouble';"?'Gas and paiajs^pfiMfebriiig    ,f %*$?.���������  .  on faaaitang spells. :   Xf���������'������.&.$$};<$(������������������     ^SxiiS;'?-^-  ���������   "My .nerves. wero-|.8aiM^^ete1^;:00|y-  .���������shattered,  that  I  jumped  iairf right  every tirne ftlie f doorbell raiaj;.    My  hand trembledfso .tiaatfit -cfoti^l(isotfe;m'��������� -?"  ?. hold thepchto.wrate.my^V**^ -.������;  alter nigtit' I've gonev wmioxtt sleep,  too nervous to lie still i'or cvera a few  moment^:,-JEven^nmJhouSPwork be-     ?  4i>-i|,'*.'.-.-f'.'>,'-,'*S '������'-!'."i'ii<'.-i*'' l-j*,%!-<'iK\)''*     -j*..    .-.,-. -   *      "    J?.,  came too much For-tne.  "I tried all: kinds'-of remedies ill v  those two years, but can honestly sa^M  Tanlac gave me ray-'first-real relief. It  (caina1 *iaM_vMeady"1 as ������ver:"Tanla&_ ia  worth its weight in gold." *..  Build up your health on Tanlac;-.  nature's own tonic made from roots,'  it  ���������-Via  as1  mnti  ei^aTinS-  Strictly   Up  ^'?---aVl'iiis.s;^b^;:'-?--K-'epf-  Standard '..  t0   "igi"i  a ala'^,,, wheat ;f cjjrpp^is,.- s<\^ideiy,3i:e.c^.  ogiiizeii that iio ' f'urtlaei-* argiinieht'  i n :!i;t"I_&l&f. comi^ctI6ii? ''li&hf Siie?eessa?>y ?  when   discussing, tho..advisability r:joU  eutriagfrrig ;'f o HYioi Minister���������"'";; oP; "Agri:>  ���������rultlireii:: *;*t-li^:|-.^5po>*|'4e,-i^ necessary;;:;,?'$���������������������  giaaraj  theromatation H of    ibis    basic  fiia-to:<:p^*^ajiti:������*-is''"?    --V?*--;?,f'i    w-^.?-;-:    '?"?:  'i^he l^uitabldtt  grown   in   Canada   is   not   de**������i*miai"ed  a**'tQgethe^i^s'lb;eir"fyiplci^oa* hdkpta1  lioiu^p^oal  and  climatic, conditions  may,.;iiot be issued for a new ,vari������?{>  j of wheat unless   it? is   found by 3ield  iaCTrtg^iBelWt^i-^i^'" ��������� real  .merit., viTliat.* aaiendiuent,. is,. ,fuaada-  ,.||ae^*aj������^^  "vent,  if-^  in the|varieties of good -wheats,'- for  ���������iio-'^arlety excels Mai-aguis,,r;aynd there  is^ojjyMng to be gatoed;>b|e'adulterating our grain withv?av?iium:ber of di_-  ^ferefit* wheats, thus^ dea5tEb"ying the  unif-ojraiaaity aai|g^n������a^|>excellence ol  a typical Canadian pa*oduct.���������Farm  "er'lsffAtfvocate.  \\ lieat������Cbr^milliMg%, aits?? home ��������� ���������**mds,?.������������>-".��������� a:  *���������*-;?- ^-%^������r <'*^'K?:?L .^; ������-  ,'. ������,. v������im.������s?i ������? -m^^k^-M,   .    -..-.-  ������?���������, & -many areg working e-^^lajis^ot  abroad  must possess * certain     quali-    .   .������������������t^--'-- ��������� ���������-���������������. ������������������**"-���������������������������',' _:?, v-";   -���������������������������-**������������������������,.  fwypriil;  ties   before   it   is   a-s. tacipr fiai  t rude;   anil ,Jt  is  our Avoa*i<i  dommat:  ,^iS'fei^si|;i!^?.4u,,^:^ gov-  ^eriuneut ���������'_nust-safeguai*d and  protect  fea-vni)  '^qlor  _____   ,.._..   Mualities -inust   be     pleasing     to     the  Jl^^do.   .Our reputatioai0^^(|^J^!JLi1'tf  Sai-geTy  oil   a  standard     ilia I.    means  ,    ,PoiIu- Pays Old War Debt  ."���������     * "     1 t        .       ;  But; Creditor .is -Loser  Sccaai-se   Fi-^nc  Worth  Pifluch -Less  A   French   wartime    "auarraino"    or  soldie-rs'  gba-riiother; vcilh   u flair for  bc*>di{:e������i3ijjg:,  ������������*-������ jUhi.    succeeded    in  collecting what-Vas owed her by lier  1 "sidoi*"fed"  soldier r for ' the   goodies,  i woollens   atn<!   other   things   she   sent  I hii!f  all   thi~6ugli   iho   war, 'while   he  ! was , p risonet* _Jn ^a (l-oi man. camp.      ���������  j " .Thea fuet  that tho  soldld- paid her  hobpiUil   bill, when  she   fell   ill   ailter J  tho   aT.aaastiee'jnatto:e������i   not j  Tho     soldier,     Clustnvc    JMaiehand, I  was  ciiptured  during    tlie    first    few [  weeks   of the  iyai: iai   1911.    "Without  li*i���������iitlvS,   he    got     in     touch    with    a |  Fi'ench   gia*l   b^'the  aamajil  method   ���������!  advertising���������with" tho    promiso    that I  some" daty he  would    rewiburse    his  war  godmother     for    whatever     she  might  spend  on 'hian.  ��������� A Parisian cook, Mile. Germ nine  ed Piei'i'e, aus\Ver6d tho advertise-  I aaaeni and i*ogulai*ly^ sent him- packages of food, t clothing* and other  things to lighten his imprisonment. I  She expended 3.S25 francs 25 e.en-'  .times. WImjji she went to a hospital.  Marchand gave-hei 1,160 ii-aiics, no  centimes.  This week. 3dlle. De  for fhe dilference and  ever, she is the loser  the francs she spent  ���������wero ���������worth almost 23  while   those   the    com I  M_$H I i i &$������*  f  Proved safe by millions and prescribed' by-s^hysicians for  (Colds       Headache  =    Neuritis     -7* Lumfeago  .Fain T      Neuralgia^      Toothache-,-   Rheumatism  i  ���������ar*__r>k'_r������ jt*  _u"*-p_c;_3  WKJ I  A.  _r������������������������'������^i Aim  _*^r r _c������tL, i  inn. nibi^tti  ^������  j  AcceriaT'   tr -  only   "Bayer"   package  which,contains proyen directions^  Handy "Bayer"   bores   of   12  tablets  Also bottles x.f 24 aaad 100���������Druggists.  Aspirin ������a tli������ trifle tn������ck (xestattteS In CanmdaV- of Bajrer Mannfacture of - MoooaeetJc-  aciaestet- of SaUcyUcacld (Acetyl Snaacyaic Acid. "A. 8. A.">. *aVhiae It la **Fell"fcnown  tSiBt Aspltin means Bayer manufacture-, to assist the public against imitationc, iiie ji-auiraa  Ot Bayer Conipaay will be ota_n>ed vith  their general trade _aa_rk( the "Bayer Gtos-."  Pierre  got  it.  .sued T  Large  National   Park  For   Saskatchewan  i low-  after al*U foi  for   JMarcuaml  cents ' each,  ordra**������(i  LaOOa  to pdy back, aire  lhat value.  oiil*.   about one fifth  Sized    Area    at   Prince  Has  Been  Set Aside  Saskatehe-wan geta a national  hhn -by the setting* aside at Prince Alben  " of a g-oo'd-siseil area for. that purpose  Albert  park  j An order-in-council, after, pending for  j "   Homestead  Filings  1/   Homestead  filings in Western ,Can-  i lotalled 1.030. as compai-eal wilh,  I 1.2S2 in Ihe eoi*re&ponding period of  ! 1926. lu Manitoba J������S quarter sec*-  [jtions were tiled upon, in Sjisl-atch-  t������an Oii>, .ju j-noeiiii ^ajr,, -������wm.-_j in  iBralish  C'oluanbia 12  Pfar.niiig An Aerial Train  Anxious to  Ring Carillon  i  E*^..*-,  *   -*^|-'4 ������*W_  j some  time, has been  passed .     Nation.wide     Fame>    _    There    ls  i     For  the present the parlc *\vill com- . scarcely    a  , eouiea-    oi     thi-s     sreat  J prise Ihe Sturgeon fba*est? reserve and a Dominion -where-the- meriis     oi"    I>r.  .     I two     pflditiosJil      townshins      mainly i Thoinas* Eciecfrie  Oil have not  been  i siiitanl to tlLe paia*poses cf summer re-  Gerririan   Engineers   Working   0n   Idea  For Future  Means  of Travel  Geav.  an air  gtr-^iii. as   a  possible  iuearis of  travel  -iaj fthef ^ttare.  The    locomotive    will  be a powerful>f*airiit*a;nef?aaid?":th  vffiSTas^/;T6^;'*M-^I^^ 1 he  iocQraotiye' and" to each oilier, as the  ^6a^vife^%ISS:S^^  ably   sreater'''rs^aci'*dg"bet"ween:^iinits.  "t?*^^ng|fs- ^^^il^^jllt-der     ^ft     be'  destined -���������H'orrso-ari-e^ *2pjaa*ti culait^it,<  the   ultimate   plan  Civil Service Comtnis.iota*  No fewer than lorty - applicatioaiH  liave been received by the Civil Ser  vicp Commission a*eg:arding the employment of a carilloimeur for the  ".singing tower" of thev Parliament  Buildings which will peal out   for tlie  first   time  on  July   1,   1927,   the   day    on  which  theV Dominion    celebrates ���������    ���������__ . _���������������.._.  _._������...-._.-,   .������������*���������������������  the  Diamond   Jubilee     of    Confederal- | MISTAKES MOTHERS  MAKE  , world's  most  ofilcient     remedies    for  eoaiteni , sor<a throat.-   lame    back    aaid    many  much'     lai-gei-      exlensioai,; other   ailiuoaits   arising Jroan   inijaw*-  soi*ts. but  plates a  northward.  -   '-  There  has   been' no   action  schenae     advanced    by    Dr.  M.P.,   for   Spiingiield    I'or   a  parlc in Manitoba.  oai  Bisseti.l  IltlUlMlUl  I anat^Hi.5ylRubjbed on the skin^ fts/_bi"al-  tjie.|laig- pocavjer s^ -readily absoa^aedSI&iw-Ht  i caai "also be taken internal!**?  IN CARE OF LITTLE ONES  town,  ^ilai-aitia^ f<^$:0iafc,������x^i������iej^  ���������������r*ii -if* '^^'.���������*:'-,*_s__t'-?w    ������������������**?"������(_;���������;--.���������:-���������    ���������*i*^\-.%���������:*?&<���������-?��������� ������������������'  ���������^������������������n-  ���������WSg  -is  aiow.  iadlng/ty>,bi"������^d;V> wheat:    on ,. the,  if(Americaav*..con*unen-������k ��������� .      \ .' A- '���������*-���������; t  :������*-iS'"-w*e  allow   *"*^���������,%-  "-1-"-���������  *-  a���������  '^.'afiuwji   to   any  ^ifendod   or   mixed   witb   MaayQiih?  ;^i|sin ,^iin'piy  i6^^-s^5^|S^d^i^^  ^nd^as^-^ie, airdrome of each fJt^Svn is  ^pin^da^iae.d the glider for th^? des-  tinatiqn fip|i   ^'e^rblea^eid     fr<$a^   the  . en'a_- ���������o^vtte'" jstfms^'nyntftfsettief^raee-  ttirtfU^^tlbw^^ 'piVpS- "-n(l  interior  extent  wheats"to  bje  and     hecoiiie'  we  product     and      ait  same.  ���������Wt'  '^ij_kifi   the    worhl-wido    reputation    of  f^aiaiuiiaii  wheat?    --'fluir  .������|.ii pei-miLU-al,  all  would  MiniHter  al   present  e  lo  aceosniai-  a a>ev\r  should  apxcp,  cannot  variely  no I  but  re-  pro-  | taon-    - - " " !  [.    While   the   carillon   bells'" wero   on ;  "their way   io   Canada   from   Ca*oydon. |      *    "fingland, the Civil Service Comniis-j Miany nioll'iers gh e their  sion. has been^ulvertising tor a caril- ', solid foods aL too ear'r an  lonneur.       Applicalions'   have     come  Thriving- Swiss Settlements  "Right haiudaed -families from  Switzerland aa*e .cxp'ocLed lo come  out to Western Canada (o set-tie during 1927, a ceo I'd ing co tlae Actiaag  Coaipul for Switzei*!aaad here. Thea-e  are thriving Swiss seatleiiieiits ' an  Jiame   de   I-ourdeg,   TSIanitoba,  ;^miimssm^0ukss-M^ 'fpf  ,;,^^Cji^: :i^im^isj;;arey;:oJ|ifiTjh ���������  stolid   and  s.  Bve  'St  ^a^h'd   ir   is   distinctly   digerenl    irom | lacking  iffl|e   {-.slablfshed   Ichuls,   even  'lhough'!'  ^i||bo defiaiit������ly,rlnfe?rior../;, y   y ,-r I  ^?^i;b^,,:'������S.';i^\Utui*alv^e^ J-!10.',  <^ed an anaeiulmenl. to Seetioai 6, of tfie  Seeds  Act  to  provide lhat  a'."Ihjense  u  of  as  a stotau   anti  phlegmatic rai^; but  ^no. ijeople.,Avitiiout*' imagiaiataoiiSScoiald  idmY&������wfofi������W&& of    that   .grea^ gun  which   bombarded   Paris   frohv^tli^  taneo   of  uiiknpw.u, xaailes  anally la Ich  conceives   of   anffaeay-ial   ta-ainVf^here  [ nia-3* not be * much   grace abonitjsuch  t things   bait   surely     the     imajfiualive  I aaad the  creative    nualilies    ,*ai;e    nnl  ! i  children |No1l������  age   and "��������� an,-i Steliler,  Alberta.  all   parts of the  world, ^.biit  applieatats  betaig  considered  the  from  only  British subjects with" three years'  residence in a lit- .Dominion. The  Commission will call in an advisory"  board ol musicians to help them select the proper man lo play Hie carillon. The position will paiy a salaa-y  starting at $2,8*80 per year, with a  maximum ;jo������  ?o,000.  -  Most of the applicants foa* th<j position: of cailllonnetir are Canadians.  Sonne of from have had instruction  from Jet Deaayn, the. renowned old  carllloaa master al   Maiignes,* fSelghain.  ! say   proudly  lhat    their    babies    "'eal  ! everything that  grown-up people do."  I Such   a   coui*se, is   almost    certain   lo  j  Oring    Oil     5������l*iiJ������*,CSi.iui!      ^aiKii ia*i ( ������������f  {"oianditiion  of xuuch  ill-health  for  1he  little one.  Ofchea-   mothers     administer   "hai*sh,  nauseating   purgalives   which  in  reality  i.ritate   and    injure    the   delicate  ] saomach and bowels and at  the same  i time cause the   children   lo  dread  all  ' medicine*.  j  ^ Absolutely  no  meat, should   be   gi**1-  en to a child until II   roaches Ihe age  of  IS   monthto.   aaad   then   only" if   ap-  1 proved b.v   tlae doctor.    For medicine,  'all   sti'oaig. .disagreeable     oils     aud  | powders  should  be    abandoned    and  i Baby's   Own   Tablets   given   Instead.  '���������*  Ihtby's   Own  Tabl<>ts  are   especiallj ,  made  lor  HI lie  ones.     They   art;  plea-1  \   -Useful   in  Camp.  ��������� Explorers^ stjr-  veyors.^pa'-ospectorh   and   hunters" will  find   Dr.   Thomas'   Itlcj^cirh*.   \j\h-^ very  ' useiul   in   camp   'When   the   feet  and  ! leg������   are   wet  and   cold   it is   well   lo  i rub  ihem  freely with the Oil  and ihe  [resulL will, lie the piey_entioaa o^pa*ns  , in the muscles, .staid 'shouhi -*-\ Cut. or  confusion, oi-    sprai3u . be   ^sustjiined,  , not Wing* could i>e better asi,a dressing  ! or* lot ion  I   J     Wiien   a   >oung:   uiaa ii������������d .man   gets  1 sick    has    mother    alwajs    imagines  'that it is due  lo his wife's coolvirag.  Provides Real Exercise  is  -5  i*  >  ���������������*(  t  t  k  rBiNd ilLL  E  ���������?���������������;'���������:  Two More Cases of Feminine Illness Relieved by Lydia E. Pink-  liam's Vegetable Compound  ri.'1  P  -:?  V.  X  K  {4>  \  *  _  *������  Barran'fifloii. N. S.~"I had tora-ihlo  feeling^  henalucheH;? U^ack  naVcl side   *  nches aijid pairt^all^^ji'i'nr.y'ljioUy.    B":  would hi'ivo to _ifOvl((������ bed eypry imontli  amd laothinjy? woulUid^ jjito, good?;?   My1 '���������  husband; mail any father did my"worlat  i'or nao^aa I havo two cliilda'en eind  we havo,quite a bis plaeo.   1 t-eaidiaa  tho pap'^r about Ly<*Ua,K. Piii.ltlijini'a -  Veo-otaa^lo Oompouaid., Jind t)hciii got a  little bobl. about it tJ-arfeugUvthe "tuaail,  nnd my/Jaaisbatad acht.tti Eaitban'ii and  jtjul  nio-..ii LoLtlo,  and  tlaeai hvo tia.)t  tiaoru JVpaai tho Btore.    I nni feeling:  line no\y?jo-nd-d������, all ,wy, woalc s^aad ana,  able to pi* aiiil; aivo'uaid ariore. ] tell my  i'rieaulrt it is Lydia 10. P5ril.laa.iVH Vor:-  etublo Compound thatnaalces me i'eel  no well." r-Mrs. Victor. HiCiiAnDSO^,  HaVt-ington, Nova Scotir..        J       '������������������'���������  " ' "Di-H' Pa-trta. .iii Bade';  Bt. Tliomus. Oaat, -- 'fl Look lour  bottles of Lydia E. Pinkhnm'H V*>f*o-"  table Comnound and found great relief froan tlae dull, heavy pinna in the  ninnll of my back aaid the -vvenlcnosfi  from which I HntTereal for fave yearn  after my hoy whh born. After taking*  the "Vegetable Compound nnrl iminii  Lydia 1*5. Pinlcham'������ Sanative WohIi I  aim feulinn: bettor tlian I havo for tho  ^last ,-seven (yearn, nnd, aadvise my  i'i*(<",min ������*������ iitke it."������������������������������������ i*Ii*h, e',*l<iHa-(NiiaN,  4>b Mooao Stii-ct, St, TuOinaa,-Ont. o  "VTedical   MM Claim' Drivirig ?a   Car  ��������������������������� Conducive -to  doociHealth:  M,:,'������h.C!re.  stijl,! ..fi^e... tbp(^e.,^\yhoy, de.c|are;;  'that :?: t'lae">'",'''''a'Vif:6mob^le:''"''��������� 'b,as:'''''''vv*done'''  wroaig" by the nation's health In  .qoji^r.ting eyeryoaie to, dri.via.ig. c^r,  rlalha,K.| Sc>-me,/'mea"lica1; ^lieii tlisagrSet  with this view.' Many of'��������� them" decline that automobile driving also  -prov-ldes- a roivi*EV";-'6f-;'-'e'xea,'eI������e?'.',''ad.li'a;tl-''-lfl-'i'  benehchi.]'. k  Walking exercises aiaalnly the laag  liauseles. w-hile driving, ba-laagM Into  greater awo the ui*aai. anil shouldev  naaaseles. The -motorist's leg a-naascloB  gt>i." coiiHi<li-*i';ib](.a aefion iaa operating  tjie,:,l>j_'a]f6; ,j>ud ^uleh^'iiafedals.,:���������_;^e  oX'op:\s\o- 'otije!,' (luds laijeiar; 6pet*ati'pn  Hptj-i.'f flu'v:;?,������liicli.llprinl aciyjihtagp ot b������e���������  ing regular nnd not   loo strenuous**  II, Iukes less taiuHole lo ilrlve, a, eai*  ��������� t,o'duy''?flu:in fX^Veav1 before, bujl'^it   thal^l?  ��������� ' sant to take  aaad   can   be   given  with  Cable   Railway   in   Bavarian   Alps .absolute safely  to even  the* new-born   -_-_ ���������  j "bubo.;   'ri\tvy ;quickly    banish.   eonsttS-  pafion    and    indigestion,   .break    up  Train     Runs     Ten     Thousand     Feet  :���������,.' ?Abbve 'Valley 'at'-Many ."'Places-'-'  When   builders   of   fhe   aievy   Alpine  .���������������������������.:���������>���������.������������������..........,.,,.,;,���������,..,.;.B ���������:.t_:,?���������.,.,,������������������, . '',--..',y.-,,x...'-','-l.,"/.,-.'"-r,yi-,-i",,-,������ .  ������������������llal'hvay xxp -the  '/ugsajUtze^^ waititecl  ji  high   oiraehil   to     dedicate    the    .Tine  they   uaade   oiu\    I'or ^ilia^v . took y|Pr, |  ^letuielyfiHaiplaoli,   aire^idfiMitf" of Aus-  trla;    ici    the    lofliettt    pbiaai     In  "flic  country.    The  railway    is    n     <'.aj*������le  ;atretched ,to i.,.������the    sumaaa111 ������������������������. of   'i 'tlae'  higlaost   naoianlaln   hi    iathe     .1 hivsi'ffaii  Alps,   the   XiigspLlze.   ai-jiiid     nl  ���������"n:u|riy  places   l������   1.0,000   feel    iifbove   the r,y;tl\- 1  ley     d I root I y     below.   $,Tlio     "ii-^ita" ,  c'oubIkIs   of   cabin.   >vliieh   is   faarailsh* i  ed,.Jn,i:k,vUh   sfjle.   su^umuIciI   {o,thi;';  eablaiy-alpngvyw^Jeh   u. ;ii-olley   eaarjeif* .  thor--c*ah.aayi^?fY>roVknaiur^ HWhiftlng j  colds,   and   simple   Teverr*..  the   cuttiiiK  of  teeth   easy  sold   by  liiedieine  dealers  at 25  eent^ a box   froiii  liahis"      Medleine      Co.  f'Oni.-- ; '������������������'���������'''���������    *���������������������������'������������������  'i-ind * anjike  ,   They "Ti'i^e  or by   mail  The,  Or. \\'31-  15a*ockviile,  i   "If  thine  eneiny  hunger;   feed  hlua;  111' he Ihli-Hti give hlua. dripk: for in  'so doing Lhou H.hailt, . heaap .I'oals of  ' fire on   his-   heml.:---UWni.   sl\:x 20.':      :\  lacds*.   revenue  1 Treat  corns 'with   Minard's   Liniment  A Jtyendla -scientist, has an veaaied a  vacuuni bottle to hold liquid oxygen  for aise of avia,toa*s In altitude llights.  The liquid., vapbii^es a������s= ft.aw.l. as It is  bresathed.  Appetitev Gone?,   Nervous?  Why Wait for" a  Breakdown ?  ^���������*<r**������"f>>  Out  Wl-  of   the  :Itf;yv^iilri>s auapukh ii\useuiaa^ effoft,,v:1P;^ Kaalonavl   Railwiaya;:-  be;* epndaun'vi',;, toffgooa'i   henltliJ      ?'���������'���������!. i ��������� cjiii. >*u>.;c:,  tilaree years ciiill for aa 1oi  ���������hi ���������t,--:":,'.^;'''  rdpatw-'';,l.aiivi>pc������a'al,  ijaaiigurulioh.  .  i:  I hi' ' 1 t'ati*-   before ?.the  ">i:  ,f Kevv'fliaifj'pi   to   be     epiiHliueteal  'si  by  in  6*1 al  What  Tliain  hina a greater ven  in ore   worthy  ur  expenditure  J  W.    ti.    V.     IG81  Canadian   Alfalfa  Seed  '���������"���������'TlVe'' "* Hhperlor huaHfy''- ril'V iaPi-i hefn  grown Heed Ih nowhere more Hlrlk-  lni',]y hlioiTii ibcui ha ihe .snece.^.s obtained ,\vllh fJurtadlan alfalfn seed.'  For a long time It was found dilUeult  to ki-ow alfalfa taaeoeHefully in aiiitaiy  pariw .of.Canada, bu|. <hu development of sail' 'ample ' supply ' ot la lively  MtrulnH ol! need haw, lo ji certain a**-.-  "Ioiat, HOlveal the problem of winter-  killing and the Doanlnlon'fl~ alfalfa  a-i'op Ini'i*<ia������eil  from  2"S,000  uere* In  11)20 to Jir������H.O00 in .102(5.  Matwi    inaan   1i������>Hhvm   In    lln>   honotiav  of their ffoilpw: men' tap til  arier-'tlipy  "have  Sndoa-Hcal  a  ft)W; aa��������������� Ieb  i\#r  Itiafclj-  frleiidM.  Of   !)i|K,5i.U,tlt.Ml'.  v CforiftelentlaTiipi '-'"''pfriif>(������le      iua>  ideuH.   They   refuse   lo   Htrlke   a  i wheij   he  I'-  dowai.  ailaii  K1Ll3^L.ssaSS.\sy  'Told- Minaret's fia' yuan- flt'-sit  iiket kit. I'lne for .sliK iiii!h-  cleti,  braals-oR aanel  iianect bltnhij.  tmmmm  IT  for wroiagH  tuia.st,  have.  Then    be     our     vi.uigeaaaee  ���������     nol-)le������f kind;  T>o we his body from our fury  nave,  -And   hit  our   halt..-    prevail     against  our  mind Si"  '..���������am" 'gahml.  geatiee   he  make IiJh   foe  than  he  ���������I,������dy   "Rliy,iihi'th   fnrew.  If lhou    must   needs .hava*  a-a'vi>aige  of   Ihlue  eneniy.   with   a. .soi't.   tongue  bi*"6ak'his   bo-iies,   laear������   eoals   of  1!re  on'"'ht'*   lia-nd.  tor'glvr>   hint   nnd   en.Fny  lt.     To'  rorglve     pur   i eaaoiples     Is*     a  charming  way   of  revenge   aaad  Nlaorl ;  CueKaa-eati       I'onaiueaf,        overeomlnj.'  u-ijltoi.L   ;i.   blo-iv;    laving   anli   t'-aioaaalela (  at our feet under Horrowl   Hhame, ,nn'tf]  aepontiauee;   leaving    ouc_    feien     mar.  friends,   naad   wollcltoiiKly   Inclined   laa;  ftarilefnl   re I nihil bin.  htlr   TbouifiH   llrowti",  A     iiiuii     receiilly     laliiU.d     tliree !  llnicK   iai    hi-*   iiivii   wedding.     It    waa* ,  no   u������e.   however.   Tliey   wtilled   until  hia   caine   rAitud   Ihe   Iblral    tlnic   aeaal  then   wi'ial   oai   with   if. '  n &f.  VM* i������ +  w  ���������    I'viut-V   Slaxllo  PAW* .svW^nln  London, Out-���������-''Or. 'PiorceV Cioldon  .Mftdieal .Diwiovery in the��������� tonic,! took  when in a. \v.eaken������",������l nnd ruaatlovvii Mnio  a������r licali.i.iual "il'.-.tr*-iijj,lh������'ni';l Uie.-it <u������<-l'.  Mv' ftjajiet/ite inaproveal, and my lierven  luceanaft iiotna.-tL In fact I h:tve felt M'������  much ininrave*. in hcuilMi Kinei'J took  the 'Medical Il'Meoveiy' tluit I \youkl  mivnr lusHltate l������������ r<Tnnuneia<lat la������ nny  other pnrfion who in in n dialul'natnl ������u������l  aaietvoaas eoiiditiiun. tt ������h tlae only tonic L  would over lialai njsain. if iiiM-e������*ui-y."���������  MrK. I. Hick*, fJeuewil I>e!auwy.  Clnldeia Medictal   I>iMcover,v is put d|*������  JJJ     tit.    *#������:ii.i.i.������    jMm^.llt'i.i      l<������    J...i.r,.  Inarg, Out., anil wild by all iEruK������i*<l*.,ii������  Ui-tK   1_\h!orn   and.   iipuid    He������d    i>r.  iv-kii-_o..i.tle it y*m wJ������U,'Uit.-ial.|;������fc4i;.  S  __���������______���������________________��������� asa  _______=  rtftift-JW  ���������SHS--  ���������^?  . _   Foss iBas^h���������"Weight  about  J_6QS_ good_ for ration work,   ^m.J.  "_^s_ssk**5, .>re3__5*a.  rw-iwwi_/'ii 'fjj.-Uii'iiiA ^^am,aLaa,'.--jj..,:  -_.39  cwsi ana-sat--  _������_f ������i������@.J UJ  _u_p__ifir������~-SF_  !fiii*$l������ vi  -9_J>t*a.l_*������T^   BnAar  JSESTCN���������8 and 13 <_,*_*.  CRSEK���������7.9Q ss,ro.  DUCK  Follow th������  TEE������ FCBST  TEH WEEKS  CMck Mash  then  Growing Mask  followed by  ,  ff_ys_tc_i  ���������Ss������=  ���������*.-_.������ av- f _i������>_-������jBtsaa������Bru-- *       ��������������� s< -7 ������*���������*__ ,-  'Mid: Parsenal  ������5S^S  Fob aSAUE���������Tourfog  car,  good  ;������������uauir$ jBey|e������r Ogfefe  ana  ? Stokss i������oB Bss-Tiror SA__s-rOn Male.  Street,  aCreafcoo Drug <& Book Stor-Rg.  - Fob SA-CB���������l'hree  .-.ifC     SBWSii     m-mrl  pnrebared  ^_       n_qi^Rr_>jsLy  0. Davie. Canyonr. r?r"  "STork-  _mi-������gr  iS^-S-SSSS  =____���������"  &���������_��������������� els-eotops taeetlss" last week B.!  JL X^snsr was, -re-elected  oreaide-ot of   j������   _"V������  _���������___.���������...I--��������� _3___.Se.    _!>_aMniMa  v������^3WH. w^/(Foc������u>'e ������������������*.������������������������ ������������&*���������������������������������*��������� g*_*s;  with J. M. Craigie, vice.pree.dent.   X  EL   ^TanAf-kenr.**.    _HBcaret__r|f;    aau   ������*���������{  W, Hamilton, treasurer.  High school Irsepeeto? 3. A  ������wfe?aoB ao official vielfc E<K.aay,  ������__. which be took the usas-al intelligence  teeta.  Crests.?    bassbat.    ������fft!R    s,a4    ae  trouble dl8giOBi_.je.or Yahk i-a th������ gut-.!**  day same at ___ct.ib.tiot. Park on T*ues-  *. ���������������     _*3d������7-   Theecos^ wssr_������a_������S!. Tia-svi-dU  &J-**__���������S*-fi? ������ ������. a -  ' OS'S -pre-sented the weakest* fceata "they  fea-se had in action the- past few yeans.  Cow Foi* Sa__b>���������Two mfiteh. cowsi  one grade Jersey, other Holstein-ier-  '?*_-*' fprice " "fisfbt,    JSnqj-ui.e     ISeview  Friday nest* Jane Srci. ia King-fis  Birthday, asheta the pos-tof-fice and  -saak'i-taffs will enjoy another day's  vacation.  Mm. Ami.   Mm  r\t IMi  ������ _=������������_k������i  fcll-l*   -SltF*5* *    Urtlll  OHA&MUBBELL  /  BO J. RFOR SERVICE  .   -"*Kss|_i3_ter������i Ss_pt_afe|_-=_^    EL S_e:w:a_!Ss  ton. Alberta, were guest* of Mr. and  Mri3. OherrlngtoQ a ������ot������p!e of days si  the first cf the week.  At?-_*o Jror Sju^*���������Fox*(1 .oiltiltg car  in good ."analog oj^sr, "$200. Ca.Js b������  seen at J. Chs-8**b Oreston. Mars. E.  McGoaaegai  Katchecepa-  S Trombltiy oi SibbaXd'. Alberta,  arrived a few daya ago toy auto to  look after the sea-Sara's ope-raUuBS oa  his ranch adjoioing to-svn.  Due to the fQisivday Cisasstassqua  being staged in %b������ 0rand theatre ihe  usual Saturday picture If* ���������euneel.ecS  for to _3.oi?o<va? nigbt, SSSth.  _P_-   0;   *T4!!|_a   urtfj  swtff*  nf   *R|a|?������nnv>a  .  _-v!bertft_ inotored Iaa for a holiday visit  -with the forianer's parents. Dr������ and  Mrs. Liiliew at the weekend.  .,. Tfo& Sod aBsd ������aes "CSSesS. _ss3-a eweSS  tornoaiKi for theitr dance in the Grand  ibeai*a ballroom aoia *Tue_4_ia|������ night fbr  which���������������������������__!������ tnufife wars by Mrsw Lister  aad W.' .*������. Heady, violinat Mrs. Ckm-  stHble, piano; 15. Craigie, cornet; :.'&.-  OraigSo, ^gfis^Bp; The- lunch waa np to  fshe uauroj high s_4_n$aed m  |hn    Ai|ih.    Httn   '���������������������������������  enjoyed tfeemealVfes.  That fchera stsonld be no illMcuitK s  in ������������anectton"switi_i warming? up >UftE������  water in liamondiTM>o> _5_s������eraifl  BWimtiiSng gSisat-,'. wss 4e������sosat?������led si  the middle of -tise ������nonth. Folic wittg  the hot days on the ISth and 16������h to������  water "showed  a temperature  of ���������%  ������hfa!  this W_te  *at_-_.B-Ed ^Itfe 20S9  o-aref^hour.   ;?'  7uuiiiu|$  9-^A.'-^.      SAW  Under reused ec&3d*.a!e of serv.'scs  Ohs.sfc ���������h������ro_- the aKsr-t^r wiii he at  Oreston on the fifth Sunday In th*  months .natead o|( fSTahk asa for eoene  yexm *past8. ?:Kessfe Sutsday*8 asat-vieea  _vre ai 8 and II a.ns. at Creston; and  Wyande. at 7.80 p.in*  CJrcaton Valley Liberal Aesdeiation  is ia ������easlon this (Thvc������dayj evening  ������.���������������������������> UMIUIU������KI.������<|||  eonv������ntion   oj. June 2nd.    Aarrat-K������������  ���������gaiena^a are haing ssiade to Bead a. fuSS  qwofcft of fifteen jrepraEeaksti^es froKs  aar-.i������s-4AiwC'~i.as*o( asr-^a.  ������-K<k   *_>^  . Esceptiooal values  .nada  possible^ by  a.1^^.   ^.i.   __OM.Ma^.&:^.^.    ^^ ''._,*___������;. -^.^ _._JX_ ^������._^i~���������--_.  the CG-Op^ats-M-tsei vi  ���������&tsrtea&& attention.  t-j-S"- ia_l5f_sili__*G!i_4r���������l^_l������  Prompt setwise*  Wm ?*l|e ymext few months we will  aapjpl_f  ������ove?���������--.ex.t   TB. Test  .-flails: and Crea-m as below:  MILK  JBKSSY... .8 Quarts for Si  HOI_S:reilNr. 11 Quarts for #i  CREAM  Pint.. . .25c    J-Piat...l5-a  TELEPHONE YOUR t>KUISKH.  t RobS. Dnnca-n of San tSsta^l, Calif .  who haa been here on a visit with his  sister, Mrs. D������ S. Titssiaoas for sosase  day������, left fosr home ob Friday.  Mr. and Mars. S. Burnett and family  take thia rop-postunity to thank their  -many friends ahd neighbors for their  timely stsbistance during the recent  fire.  Sunday's hatteball attraction was a  K_aie between a coambination "Wytin-  detV-Sirdar team and the- Creston nine.  In which the latter won by a -score of  11-10.  reston  Rsa,goMFORT  New Stock of  Harness  S&cond Hand Store 'in  J|"tt MWBmi^^U&tU  Shorn and Harness Repairing  Jack Bowman of the Imperial Bank  staff, who has been on vacation the  past els weeks, returned on Friday  and is again in charge of the cashier's  ���������wicket.  Potatoes Fob -Sas^s���������W^e Mcdrfg  or and   Netted   Gem.  large and firm.  for   seed orifeating. *$i   per stack aat  aaanch, or 81.25 delivered.    G������?o. Da,vie.  -Canyon.  With the advent of warm weather  Manager Fraser Of Crenton baltery has  tnkera on an additional aalealady this  week. M-sr Edith Coullng has the  pesitaoa.  Shoe repair shop at Canyon open ft .���������*_���������  business. All work guaranteed or  money refunded, and prompt service  assured. Shop next to achoolhouse.  J. W. Itwusny.  OIlie Christie and Huron! Sims of  Klrober.ey wero hcrrs for a cassple of  days' visit at the first of the week  with the former's paienta, Mr. aaad  Mrs. H������ Christie.  Dp to Saturday thd  local provincial  police oifice had paid out $60 on crow:  bounty at the rate of ten cents a head.  Practically all of the cash was collect-  S ed by local Indians.  The catch of muskrat in this territory tho past season is valuo-d at tS2U0O,  of which amount Art Hurry, .who had  a line at West Creston, la imported to  have IU.ke.ii nlmoiat 9700.  The -yVolf Gub Pack under the lend-  arshipof Chas. Murrell had another  appreciated outing  on "Victoria Day  wjaeii ������. hike -was asakeaa into fiaae  Arrow Cire���������>kcountry������ one of the features of which was talk on botany by  W. P* Stark, whose remarks were  ���������UlustrantteS by the uaf of wild flowera  Q. 0������ H. Colemen of Cranbrook* dies- [  trict manager for the Dominion Life  AaHura-nee Company, was here on a'  business rlsit ^t ihs end of the week.  He Bepresaenta one of the most FeUa-iie  *3ompa-caiies in Canada and would like  to secure a local agent for the Creston  territory.  Creston ia again favored with -ho  services of a resident lawyer. H. L.  Rahirti&on now (being open for business  Sn this line in the offices over the  Imperial Bank. Mr. Robinson has  had previous experience as a barsieter,  having been associated with the firm  of KobertsosaB Heisterrman & Tesst off  Victoria; pr*������r to coming, to Crestoti.  That the territory between B.*ttt4-.aa-  ook and Yahk, served by the C-reston  agency of the Imperial Oil Company,  Is jl heavy user of lubricating oils par-  ticnlarly3 is indicatsd in thecoafspasi-y's  monthly statensent which shows that  for April the local agency leal in oil  sales in all the etnantjry?froxra .'Ferniis -to  Grand Forks.- Creston stood fourth  an March.   Local aelithg waa patrtieu-  O-BO. BC. lfr.fiBT.T-y  3J.@  t&s  Bran-si* of  thle Bsaiak  xvaid&itMs&mto -iHoncffiii' safe a^es������  makers a_oidi  may'be'Siir������"  recelv������ every stteaitio-au   ������.  IMPERIAL   BAlsSiC  *_t_-__-B-_r_)aE______-5BMDa_a  i-i-^aliS-'r-ON o_E_%H-U������3i  Mmtaiw*  la*!:  y feeavy so SSa^veSube.  A 40dl-k***XOn. oM'CslahlUhtd  l4fe Insurance Company deslrm  a 7eprzseniGw%e~--mQn or Womwt  ���������splendiS opportunity, iVr&e,  'Insurance,'' Box 47, Review  Office. CvesSim,,  j     ���������m%lhmit*m%t Sg^Gissseaat ������f Csaada __i  hf m������ _fke_: a^ame tw&^*hsf������s ef oms tern  fiSS  B.C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Ctdton Biax-ch ������; R. J. Eocbes������ Manaser  )____  I  -S-.  The New Bayard  "   Bolt Action  .22 Rifle  THE POPULAR STORE WITH THE BUSY DOOR  SEVEN-DAY SALE  suit  **^a^___-___________      ������_kaii___M   M  A rn__������������d,  -.ervioeablo,  hn-an  wn^rliwaw   ftiflo   made 'from    th������  b*smt matariala only.    Barrel and  |_4Mr*_4veir tare- mode in -one eotiad  iotil-at     Spooial looklngr ond safo  ty cUvicea aro particular featnr  m.      Tills-   B. He   ia   Catniic-Ean  ^OflHrenmraenti t**t-|������ed.     8j>e������tally  *S������'  _L _r        mi JE} JL  ")___*____ S"_E_B __^***1_l'S__,������  cyr       jjuOH iCBi ^tk^w g~%m. DXiH  ___.  Thsv l>dies Guild of Christ Church  had quite a good turnout offbuyeraafc  their spring sale aind cafeteria tea a-iu  the Porieh Ball on Saturday afternoon,, at which tho cash  intake was  ������00.  The tennis court Nat the high school  la a very popular rcnort foi local  racquet wlelders these ovonlngn, and  the court is available to others besides  high school htudents at a fee of $2 for  the season.  At iho annual meeting of Creston  Valloy Conservative Association Monday night* F. H. lacko-oh waa named  president, with Hilton ITomiig vloe>  president, and Jf. W. Hamilton, eocarc-  tary-Hireasuraor.  J, D'# Splwa mti&i W. 2X Mc__������3p'Ifl.e _)__.  amongst the local (resldenlui to graduate Into tha auto owning? claaa, Tho  former ts drlviug n 10317 model Chevrolet touring, whllo- tho latter> pur-  chaeo- Is a Pord sedan.  In addition to th������' reputed fcei_vj������jj  snowfall of last winter* tha prophets  of bliy ���������*hI'#i������   gtftfm-1;   Im>   il'li������   4mmt tfonk  with alt* the  InnrJi*  In  tho Rootonay j  VulSmy irv ItlaUti*- dykiH. llMre. Is no!  potslble eaeape tfrortii floods won#  Lilian, Bn I0a<0,  !  +1  t!|  yards English  Prints at 25c per  tikmmmmtm  Never was such extraordinary value offered in the way of  New Prints at such a low price.    The latest and prettiest  of colors.      We &re offering these exceptional values for  pne week.    Come early and get your share.  V  S*M������t   if.,-.,,-. J.-,  f_\t*a__B*I_.(_������  tar...uu.u  E'jjs r������i _ST2S _*..  BS��������� B KB PJ ��������� D v  'msm*mmm*%mm%mmmmmm  *%m  'ibM^^M^^^.^^^^i'^lWiiSeS^i SikM

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