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Creston Review Jun 10, 1927

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Array _/"5*"*  ������S_^L_J__L---af       W  _*  Ol*.    J-.J__3_.,  ���������������������������������;  l^S&y Report of;  Division 1-���������H. McLcilan. Principal.  P-rc-Scie-ney: Giade 8���������Jonn BUnco,  Frank Oeawford, Frsnak By_*__e.^Qr������K.e  V--M_r Pendry. Betty Speers, William  Bayle. f    _/        ,' >      .--''������������������ ���������  Pe-zfeet attendance���������Betty Spaers,  Haze! Bop-wood, Frederick Aldes-ason,  Stella Herttaraat-s Manuel Irving, CJlera-  &t5&*3 Marsha!!, beryl N-cnoL Williara  Bayle, Suphemla Fisher. Harry  S^elandt' Madeleine Moore. Jean Mc  Cre&tb, Eileen Spratt, Doro Spratt,  Gwen Webster, Arthur Webster.  Division 2���������5_!_'"*s Boss, TeAefeor.  Grade 6: Proficiency���������-Tom Craw-  ���������ford. Itnpsotrsaasat���������Dorothea Mac*  donatd. Writing���������Dorothy Marshall,  Pssar. S-deneer, Mgfforie -_-ea*m.onth.  Og������aie S;    Patr-ofi-ade-c^���������-Herbert Dodd.  ���������������������������������^,  ob Thursday, last. He has given ������p|  fe.s -pos_t.ca_ there and left tfee follow-1  nis wF fc***5 ���������t-������s country sortls of  Revel-take, where he will -spend the  nest twelve -_so'sths&& least plmgg1  mining and trapping.  Bev. S. Kewby had quite a good!  turnout fo? the Btaaglish Church ���������_**���������_->.  vice oa Snaday s_-cr*������_.--������ri which was   ' ^; ���������  iTOKElO . i������27  AO. JL6  .tt-,  ���������Wf_'*"-'a"fr"*"S������_f5  close to & aton^   ^  jars***  ���������^JM.%3  ������ ��������� _^���������������A _..������.  lunucu w������������v  -t-tnlrc   ^g|a;g ran|er& "* "Writing  ���������Annie Ireland, Elsie Spiers.  Perfect attendonce���������^erh������rtCouIIn*s:  Mlaale Bow^-s, J___au Hendsrsos,  Sally Johnson, Franees Lewis, Dorothea Macdon<-ld* Mary Maiene, Dorothy  Marshall. Andrew Mit������eav Frank Morrow, Arthur Speers. Jack Youny,  Rcland Miller, Fanny Lewis. LeRoy  Joim-soii Els*. Willis.  Division ���������������Misa Wade, Teacher.  Grade 5: Farafleieney���������Sarah Qttinn,  Jiasy Downes, Arthur Nichols. General  improTe__rea"_>���������Bezel Hopwood, Helen  3ehneo-j.    Gsade 4:Ps-oSst-a-assy���������Ber& _    __.*y. ������.������     ..    ������ja������  Morrow. Molly Moo.*, George Collis.  ������*������*��������� *?* f^J   ^f*^*  -3eners.l   lmpro-yesnent���������Harold   JdLe-  "Xsreu.  Perfect attendance���������Hubert Benin.  1_ter. Robert    Dickson, Jim  Downes,  Sydney    Fisher,    Helen    Hoptsrood,  Mabel Johnson, Jack Johnston, Hesper Lewis.   Norma    Marshall   3|pHy  Moore, Bert Morrow, ������eorjjje Massnell,  Oanaecon, Bia.cdonal-I, Harold Mel^ur-  en, Aclhtu- Hiehoi^8a**_rai|4|ls__r.l-ki^  tas9 Spiers. Clifford York, Harry Jaohan-  Another carfoftsl  of ' pbifta^ofss wns  They weare fruaua'we IU ������.-'%aihg rsTncb,  and were billed, to a t^etho-ridge.  Alberta, firm.  '"}  The Ees? K������fetenay ���������?o-Oaperati?e  Fruit & Praoduce Association is al-  feauv doiug  ������j*_<*S-_*ie_���������a.  Acketti-. zaovsnjE  S3._>.t.a|g*|r Van������  a-quantity of tapudo  -Krfe Oraffsie epecc a couple of days  ffi_t'_.^basin*HF%r^M1f*^t< Crsjafesoolt the  iaaltar'������������*������:������������-'aa^fgf^k, -   - "~ '  /   '..''ii,:^;.   ^,'fgi. - ���������  ^  Irf^i; .'rhnbaES?-" growers ._H^p%at> to  hBVere������*pt������red.''Ihe ^O^nb^ok 'and  SCi-tt^Hey.^^rketc f^-wel^'^csapply-  -s^sa^t^ai-Miio������ of tho flnriclavll^^^^^f^'^-^i^f  I<a,J.������.        "      --   - - - leiay^ JU_aii-.weifss--.TiEh'_F z^gags^m  ���������sehonl. ��������� ������*   ^   ���������>>'.--. .    jt>        j-']*7*sSr  Prineipall Jenks has tendered his  resifgation tn the fernstee hoard and  will not be returning after tbe _nfd-  summer yacatipn. He will fbe amissed  in the younger circle p-trticuiariy,  h_t,*y!*ag tak������n a prominent part in the  activities of the yountger set. .1  l>t_e to the inability to give adequate  tran-po-rtatioi- it ia likely Haiscrof and  Esister schools wilt unite for a Dominion Day celebration at *%ho Hu-tcroffe  r^rs^eation grounds on July ������s_.  The ffovsTnaassat rca���������! crew has been  at work in this section this "week aac.  ht-s niade a big improvement on the  road past the _?red Powes-s ranch.  On the soad throuRh the timber some  widecslnjg out has been done and several turnouts built,, which ftreatly  facilitates travelling in   that  section.  The May report of Lister school  ���������shows those taking high-rat sta-auing: i  Grade S���������JacK Bird. GrouSe 1���������Peggy  Smith, Billy Yerbury Wallace Sinclair. Grade _���������������-Leah Oannady.  Grade 8���������Frank * _ferbnry,.    Donglaa.  MeSee.     Grade   i-. Senior���������Randall  ��������� ���������    -   _ jan50-^^  ������������*������=? ss.ne.aire Cyrille Bi_*df Gladys  MeOullqngh. Perfect" attendance-  Jack Bird* Charlie Malthoose. Wallace Sinclair. Douglas Sinclair. Billy  Yerbury, Gladys McCallough.  were here on professional calls on  Saturday." I*. Singleton, a Nelson  piano tuner, was another professional  call-tr, Friday.  Ice Vernon-, 3* Mc0ee* Bonners  Ferry; T. Balf, J. H. Blesaldg. ?������rt������  hiBl?. D. Flynn. Ohieago, **���������_���������?������ eseOvO?  visitors here on Friday.  Norssss. Beech of "Xsh������������ speet the  weekend here on a fishinn trip, going  back on Sunday. *���������?  Joe I-avergne amacSe" another trip to  ���������Oraabrook on Fartday. where.he was  ������nn������ij*t1_5ng Dar-. Green. Ho got-back on  Saturday.  S. K. Holdswortb,. J. Ma-rdock, M.  McDonald, all of Yahk, motored ia on  Saturday for the dance that night.  Do������m_moi_i Jubilee  fiUFS _���������������_������������-������  9.   a������S%AB-SZl  Zml^<  &_0--A������  * *^___."  Sir. an_t Slr^^Sd. Martin and family  spent the Eitsg^s. Birthday  spent the'Sing^s Birthday on a picnicuBunday to fee a  Moyie Palis, n^ar Bonners eerry. l    fi-" ������m*������*s������u  ������_���������-.������~3-  P. D. Thomas anderwent, an operation for appendicitis ^atT _3raobarook  hospital last weeke and ts reported  doing nicely. Mrs. Thomas left on  e with bins for* few days*  Rev. C. P. Young, a returned Presbyterian *niiS_������kMin5-y^ is aSiuOuuCEu to  give an iUtsstrsied lecture on India at  Erickson sehoalbo.use Friday evening,  June 17th, at Q o'clock, to which all  are invited.  Ths Whsrlwind Club will have a  candidate in -"the popularity voting conteast >which wilt be the  feature of* the'Confederation Jubilee  celebration at* Oreston on Dominion  Day*  ~ Mrs. Heric and her sister, Mtrs.  Porter, left 2" few days sago by auto  for ttSchSgan. "where they have been  called due to illne'%8 of their brother.  En route ea-st .they, will pick up two  other members of - the family to  sceo*i__p������tny the?**  Ma|nr Mallandaine of  Creston,  here on a business' visit, Friday.  TheeseeutSve.of the Conf^arssiKsi-  Jnbiles csSelkrs-'.los. _atad swell attend-  %_t tneetSag on TUtssday night at which  all the cpaaentfefeees outlined their  programmes for *tbo day, aaid f wads  were allotted Vaew .*_ ~-suSwS_d_.ce_a  -with their requests. The Hs&sse com-  tnittee jftnhouneed  receiving aliready  ������������������S a. StSQA   a.a.JS  ^=^ a������S*,&   K%ne*r.t ++**.*���������  at leaat $400 can be gathered in.  It has been dec-ded fo ma-ke the  occasion an afternoon affair, and will  start off at tne o'clock w*t__ a parade  from town and on arrival _it the  groyinds the singing and addressess  will be given fron. a stand -erected for  the occaaion,������n*a the^n wiii fallss* st  a������ least funr^jsoisrs af varSed asass-  (saeot.  For fche tsports conits-ttttee M. E.  pol'o*. Hnd i Joyce submitted a draft of events thair  were  J. Webster and family of Cranbrook  were business callers Frldry.   ������A. E.  McMillan, Great "West agi������nt  and^Ae  W, Bruce of Vancouver,   -other business callers the following day.  Miss Vera*. MeGonegsl was a. Creston  visitur ut the weekend, a gueast of Mw.  Payne, getting back on Sunday.  ono, x-eiuit- ifujwipjs, issimy T*=evslyac  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, Treacher.  Grade 3 Senior: P_*o0ciency���������������_lar-  garei, Burnett. Improi.einent~-Ho1g8r  JobUBOn. Writing-^-Doris    Bayle.  Grade S Junior: ProBciency���������Jt^n  M-c-Lanchlun. Improvement���������Arthur  Dodd. * Writing���������Margaret Irving.  Pe"r*^tBtt������iidance---3>onglas Alder  eon, Doris Bayle. Margaret Burnett,  George Dodd, Clarence Bmbree," Ruth  Hare.' Margaret Henderson, Aileen  Skl.sige-j-5-niU-, Stuart Spiers, Eleanor  Spratt. Margaret Irving, Gerald  Phillips.  Division C���������Miss Hardy, Teacher.  Grade I Juniors Pi*oflciency���������-Doris  WalleritV Frank Herdman, Mary Ross.  Writing���������Doris Walters. Improvement���������George Crawford. Grade I  Senior.' F_u_i_tier������uy���������Dosle SEcassigi-r;  Blena Audrosoff. Gordon Martin.  Writing���������Gordon Martin. Improve-  ment���������Charles Klihgensmith. Grade  2 Junlort Proflciency���������Xiiltian Staff,  Bdith Walkey, Ruth Davie. Writing  -**_Sdith Walkey. Improv-aaneii-fc���������  tt4Ulan 3tr.it. Grade 2 Senior: Proficiency���������Robert Willis, Ruth Spencer,  Gladys Davies, Writing���������Doiighvi  MelAuohlan. Improvemen-aV���������Robert  WllHs.  J?#rtec"_ -, at_and.ince���������Eletsa Andros-  , Doris Benlnger, WillUm Craig,  Morley But nett, Frank Hordman,  BarB-eat Ireland, WUHnm Kernaghnn,  Charles Kllngek.������n.itht Thomas I-ewte,  Gordon Martin, Helen McCreath.  DoUghto Mel_auehUn,iPraneiBMoltaueh*  lln. Beryl Pulmer, Jean Byckuaao,  Jack Ross, Jessie Spratt, Lillian Stuff,  yivBaa Waltcc-j", WttHatB. Welr.'Dorls  Walter*. Robert Willln, Eva Philllpa,  Korman^PhUlps.  ������l mm^mmm*0*m*mmmmmtsmmmmmmwsmmWmmmmmmmsm '  M������m$l^^j&^Mjmm%  Miss Grace Hendall. a former teach  es* ht Hiweroft,' taow 'of Kitchener, waa  a weekend visitor with Mrs* Hubden.  Mlues BlacVwook and Gngov of  Klmberloy were other weekend  visitors here, gtieata of Col. nnd Mrs.  m U.stiir*  A tnumtaer from here wero at Kltoh*  ener on Saturday night for tbe dance;  1m$ sa'tttc f*5f ,*wl������l?'*,,'h wma fiif<it4������li������Ml hv  ,   Mum. L-latcr'n orclacut-f a. '  All. _>_*tollo a-.tIv4,'4 frosa El*mbt.-Pley  . B. E.- White-aide^ who ia now runn-  in_e' ���������������_* o_^_i__l_l������4___i;spe-at the wevk-  ent^i with his family at Sirdra-V**"  ������T|ie wreckinsr crew front Cranbrook,  S3 well.raa "the MeCabeBAB ccew  were called to the landing on Sunday  morning to handle a cossple of cisrw of  zinc concentrates that- had been  derailed on the slip. '  Mrs. MeCabe. and' Mrs. Cans were  tbe teat hostesses on Saturday afternoon ass raid of the eb_u-a._m.ty hs!!  fund. Miss Evelyn Neil, Mrs. Cam's  guest, favored with a number of  musical selections, which made the  affair all the more enjoyable*  ^The attention of the Alice Siding  boosters particnlarly is directed to the  fact that almost a quart of very fine  ���������strawberries were picked on the Santo  PascuKzo ranch on June 7th. C.P.K.  agent Walthers e_cpa_cts eKpareiraa^ shiip-  mehts to start from the Panou___o,  North and l_ombardo ranches by the  middle of the month.  -I. R. Machunt ot the"CPJ!__. Nafenf  al Reasources .-department, Calgary,  ������r������g ker^oti btaaKlt-rssts. Tta*a_aday."  Miss Helen McRobb. of Canyon, was  here on a visit with friends on Wednesday last}.  Miss Bdith Geroux* fjeiwis Simpson  and Clarence Devlin motored to.Creston last Tuesday, for the closing night  of Chautauqua.  Th&% dance in Hunt's Hall on Saturday was ..good one, attracting the  best te-vatwd of the season. Mrs.* 1__8-  tter's orchestra played^,, and ISSitBa Minr  nie*-*Schnoor, :j^^^i^^r]^v^^o^iev-  th������drunis aa3s^._ed������ ~^he������e latter two  -nmaicians  ave    from   Yahk.   Yahk.  were approved. There include races  for boys and girls under 12, 10 and 7  years as well s_s a sack rsvse for each*  For mesa there will he 100 yard dash.  sack race, fat man's race, high,  hioad and hop step and "Sump, as well  as a pillow fight and tog of war will-  eight men to a side. For the married  ^ii_nes there - v?������*5 bs *s> thrssd tlss  needle race. There will be Seoteh  features in, tbe hi*ghta__.d. fline and  sword dance and prizes for the best  boys and girls Scotch costumes.  The Indians will be featured in the  parade and there will be Indlast dat_e-  rr...������t- w_-������i.  Mr. and. Mrs. C. M. Goodman arrived from Cranbrook ait the first of the  week on a visit with their, daughter,  Mara. Roy Proctor, and go from here  to Nelson for a short visit with another daughter, Mrs. Frank B-tratoavd*.  and at the end of tho week will be  departing for an extended holiday  visit at points ua far south as Cali-  forai-t*      "'"��������� ���������������������������'/"  A very disastrous Are for.R. Dennes  and C M. l_oasby occurred on Thura*  day evening last when both their  uutoaund garaigea went up'in smoke  and are a complete lotas. When the  "Ore was first noticed It had. apparently, just got started In the Denne* garage but burned ao fiercely In the oil  and gr#a������4_ that It h_wl o-ps-cac, tn tho  I-oashy garage by the time help arrived on the scene and had taken a grip  that rendered tt too dangerous to  attempt a eoaeue of the ear. Mr.  Dennes loses a i^ord nnd Mar. ija-aasby a  Chevrolet which they had operated  two and three eea^on*. respectively and  oar. v*i_S_.I_ {,hm& "W_-u S3_v !rr.*;r.:r^tr*iC;*.  Pentlcton council hats Just enatoted a  bylaw prohibiting the putting In of  tiny more gasoline pumps on the main  street' of that town.  The- *-f?ft*>,*t'' r*nari_Aara  to he faae-tad at  Kaslo.   The town council Is to ask the  -ttiii-aiy  K_5acr_:3 to  nrtwttt *ft,   _*r>ll������**������  maglHtRatofor the town.     The J.P.  eywlenii Is foundt Inefficient.  Cap-.- V? J. Oatts, forestry officer, of  Creston* Visited the school on Wednesday, where he gave -aae... address on  forestry protection.  O. R. Paulsen, preside-at os the Continental "Lumber & Pole Company*  amived by motor on T-aesday from  Spokane on a������������hort b-wineaa visit.  C. A. Sang of the CryHtal Dairy,  and Bert Sang, of Cranbrook, were  motor caUeri? ots Wednesday, A.  Corrje of the -Western Wholesale,  Fernie, was here on business the same  day,  Alf. Speaker of Brlckaon was adance  visitor on Satutday. Geo. Huscroft,  forest fire patrol, was In town on offlc-  ial business. Monday.  Miss ������race Kendall spent the weekend with Huecroft friends, where she  formerly taught school.  T. H. Booth of Ferule was a business cadter on Saturday.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was making professional calls here on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and  family, Mr. and Mrs. A, Simpson and  son, Claude; Mr. and Mrs. L. Moland  and family, Fred Smith. Outer Geroux  and Frit;* Molander were at OrcBton  last Tuesday night for Chautauqua.  Mr. and Mra. BUI Pet-cBval, of Yahk,  and family, were motor callers on Sat'  urday.  Ml&a Minnie Sohnoor.Mro. BUI Banm  and H. Bohnoor and M. H. Brogan. all  of Yahk. were motor visitors* Friday.  Charles Bush returned on Monday  frotVLSpokano and reports Mara. Bush  reeoyerlng nicely from her operation  EjouSu Anderson, Claude,l Simpson  and Lewis Simpson motored to Crest-  en Friday, where the latter did the  battery  work  for ' 'Canyon  baesfes!!  team playlvan .igalta^t  Q.x?utps.  Sxt^tt  iichool nine that astfternoon.  Julius Galllard, who Is working nt  Blrchbank. was baMjIt; for a Wednesday to Friday visit least week.  Mam- 1ST.  P.  MdUtidcr   spent   the  wW-Uaod at'Yah!:, trEeltte'g h������r 1b'w������*-li-  ������r. arriving home or. Sunday.  J, D. Braekett,! Cranbrook Insurance  *geat,'_md   V>*. ThtDioajj-soa  of  Jh_b1a%  yon anrd'PorthU" a  eta������  (wnur  sent delegations.  Inspector Manning favored Wynndel school with his semi-annual ofllc-  lal call last week.':' '  Mr. and Mrs. Gregg of palgary.  Alberta, arrived here last week, and  will make their permanent home here  1bs fature*  ', . ���������   ' :"'  Miss Rdna Nichols of Cretston was a  weekend visitor here with Mrs. St.  Denis,  y-  Miss Severn aand -Slmer RSngheisn  were weekend visitors with the former's parents at Procter.  A. C. McMillan and Mr.' Brace,  xepresenting the Great West lafe  Assurance Company; were buaalnees  visitors here last week,  - T.   Dunseath  of  Yahk   spent   the  weekend with the family at Wynndel.  Eric Wood was here from Kimberley  for a weekend visit with his pat-ant*,  Mr. und Mra. Jan. Wood.  Mr. McGregor of Vancouver, who  haa been hare supervising the final  installations at the pre cooler, has  left for home, the plant having had a  successful tryout - before bis Jdepatv  ture. ���������  Raspberries and' blraktarries are  coming into totoom and, promise a  heavy crop. The heat of t he first few.  days of the Week has brought the  berrtes along nicely. Mrs. M. Hagen  found the first ripe 1087 strawberry  on Monday.  Rev. S. Newby  will be   here for  aifornlogj Church of England service  on Sunday, I2tbf at 11 o'clock, ���������*.-..  Sunday school at 10.15.  C B. Twlgg. and Jae. Cook of  Creston* wero visitors here one day at  the first of tbe week, making an  Inspection of thn pre cooler.  ing, -.nd prices for the best d*3e_f~_te_.  bvck and sq-aaw. JLog rollis-S -and  chopping ore on the list, as  well as tilting the bucket and elimh>-  ing the greasy pole, and there is __  five-inning tsosnedy baseball contest"*  married vs. single __.en>  . The competition Goa_-_i.i-������ee wall  will havt^ a ladies* popuia*ri*.y- voting  contest in which It now -������������ei_ai-?������__������|jred'  there will be entries from" The Wynn-  uex jo-iaas jcm-sts am*tmit ������������������*������lw*iT3-3 vi.Sa  Canyon Ladies* Community Club tand  the Women's Institute and any other  organia-atlon wishing to enter will be  welcomed and ��������� they (should phone or  otherwise -make their entry with Mrs*  R. Stevens. Tickets at probably ten  cento wUl be sold In the inteseste of  each contestant and the ticket buyer  In addition to having a vote for each  ticket will also have a chance for s.  worth while prize that will be given  the holder of the lucky ticket fin a  dra-wlng epstest which' will be eotsclu-  ���������ed late In the affteruooa off the celebration.'-'  Contributions may be made C. W. -  Allan at the Imperial __~<.f-_k. S. _>.  Forbrsatthe Bank of Commerce, or  Geo. Jdhuson at the P. Burns shop,  and these are to be ac-tnowledga^d  -aterjR,"'" .   *���������  Kitchener School Report  Wm*m*mMsmJHMm*m\  For May Mies Rendall, principal  of Kitchener school, haa Issued the  following ftt-u-dings. Fitroiiele-iey4  Grade 4���������'Nettie Andtrcaaofi. Grade  ti���������Vera McGongol, Vivian *tLanglot_u  Grade 6���������Richard Molander. Grade  8���������Beatrice Molauder.Olaude Simpson-  Perfect attendance���������Ludwig Ander-  aon, Clarence Anderson. Wlllard Blair.  Woolly Blair. Vera. McGonegal,  Beatrice Molander. Richard Molander.  Dennis Bush, Claude Simpson*  For Division S& Miss Porter** -report  Is as follows; Proficiency, Grade 8a-r  Haxel     McGonegal,    John    Nelson,  Callaa JLauKlols. Orade _!���������-Lfiiwr*,  Androooff. Kvn Arb. Grade lav-Jack  Langlois, Fred Ahdro_to_7. Grade lb���������  Robert Johnson, Alt* Blair. Perfect  attondanaee^-Frank Abar, Myrtle An-  d������3k-^Ou/ Laur.i. Androsoff, Blvtt Arb,  Marie Arb, Charlea , Bush, Hazel  McGon-sgal,   Robert   Johnson,   Curt  #%Mm-mM 23 '^-XJJ^TJ at-  hoa  D* H. Jamteson, chiropractor,  opened for practice at Kaslo.  suecetasfail business men's excursion  from that town the country north 01  Kasfo last weak.  The mien Dow Junior Auxiliary of  St. Stephon'u Church are liavttig a  silver tea at the home of Mrsv STA.  Spoers, 3 tr. fSJUO p.m.. Saturday, June  38tBi.  r TM Gtrls Junior Guild of Christ  Church are having a tea and fsaie oi  naBusdlewdrfc asnd eaedy !ss fcfe* Parlth  Hull, Saturday. June iitia, ������w������ which  all are invited. WjftTfiV  ������������^'-v������������_-���������    *.   .������������������_#. .s - f   >   j  a  1  .v,.._*,. -'���������.I ���������-..  I"*"������,_~_ J  _-a..���������aiu  I.-._*" - J  icraoa  Aviation  Agreement  avirvi-.^v.'c.r.  ;-a"Mf"  d/a n ,^-������������Sne n    C ro ss  |3 Thei|^isfc-lrtK gagre|j|(ia|jSfit . between  >Sfhe United itf^el^in^^iiiiaJiiaii <"ov-  WIN'F��������� Re_tl^> PeppermitsiJ  ���������_-_.-___S^il-s*JF.���������___ ._������.������w^_.4.Sft u*r  "Vi_-'r'-������_i'si_^  comforting,,   cooling  and  j ernnients by -vvylaicli aviators oi" either  | country vaayfly into  tlie  lei*'rirdrV"'~oT'''  ; the  othei' under  certain   doSi'ieii   qoai'M  ,..i;tlia?ious,. lias., becm .e^tendoU uutil, 0.cto.-,  ���������bor  31.     Tbe  oxteaisjou, of the  agree-'  I hient  avhs accpniplaslaeai;    by    iai    ex-  ? eli ail ge^ of J; no'leis.  fceiwayeii ft lip t $\;i.t?o:  ; DeparLiiaeait   aaial   the Caaiadaaai   LV%a-  'Tlte-usr^eaneYat.  lias   beeai iu Wect  sineo'^fi22?*   -It     "provides    thait[  Svhen  iin   ���������A.merif.'smitvhitor?-desires - to"'������>'���������  ; iialo    Canada    he' Minll   fiivip holiee'in:  ��������� fViiva-n-e    to..: a'lit>,-. secretary^;   of ,y*tho  .;��������� -v ������������.**������������*.������*������* n.    ixu,;:A������i.',fc4vi,   cl \. ;��������� VTr^vo. vy.������..  ft-cv^  ing   the   date   of   tlao.yproposed ��������� lllghl,  , Uie   i)\ynei;'s. nauiit1    '*hd, iidda-oss,,   i he  r pilot's iijinie, ami. siiial'fi^aiiost.s..   type  of   iiKuhiaae t<>    bo... used..  . tluy  route  "a at a l     duration    til    the    lli.uht,   ;ua,d     *  purpose      to a*      wliiilt '   it      is      io  Recalls Romance of JBoer War  Woman  Despatch  Rider Wh0 Married  British  Colonel  is Dead  i^l^^'^h'^f^'*'^^'-'   M!��������� s?. ' ��������� Cath^ln^^������W^  ISlHU^h^oi^Wn'^.Pow.ls.   near  **������-a**-  ���������w_.t_rs������-v  a4lg, ^reWaarkable"'"rom'anf#@ol4  ���������>-. .X^H^l*.^,;^"'50' ^"as. ������i a*e'l������\Tive'oI'e'iiresr-"1'"'''  "v* ^^ftu'*?������vi*ia"*-:ei', .was     ai    hJvii{e������I     laorse-  ^ jvojn ai i->������ aaa U:?ao  ���������,,'ifpr ?{lfeV-������R9J*'^.v.^^:''olr.y^aM ;  j^ad'jUijj- ,^j.;l!i;(UrfiVr_i^i^5?;^fa;s^  ;yo!������i^v^i'itK!-a^^i;v Avoywaji"' da^Ua|<lv.mai;;iJ^r  o-ti Jiayai-^b^'k ^c^_?*i|>,*i;J^.*^^'a-aicL,.'.sC<^^1l 11.^f.^J?|kr yj  -1"5-  t4i*'-ic������*?l.  Aas.sbe  ri^fus^..|.p^tp]i,,^a^     ;  Vaaiphiin shot  lur horse, avtaai  capt:iii;e<lfl  1\ii������^ilik] aaift^ti *'\; i cl^V^^ ^^"-fr^i'/S cv*-*'l vifer> 'Jft.11-- f f ��������� *-i^  'pa-isa^y'liitf i"i'anaaiiir*iW*'bo'yt'{a-? v^m*iiAn:''JTii& ;|sfv  "'ft'elqtifrVaifcVii^ laiba'^^o?!'"^^!?  'efvf';v.:-!-.S-i    '>iiiA: ,S'i   -i-i!^:"-v, <V-   -I   *,'<?' ���������;*v-'''-iv'^-'--'���������'���������������������������- :i        y*'  iiaji iTiuftO.      v;*ja.    \ iltif;rinii, ���������   "\VilO    ��������� WaS-i     a A_  nitliaiajf^i-. iXi;|i.<i,������l _ "^a**-;.  kai<*b������w������an^f iipsaaaau'.';Ai aV i;i;aosto.i������f';aii-'  <>'real ijio ..soi-yTa'a}}<y.r' thy '(Jiiiisii.laaaT.l^'-;.  )>'���������-��������� |i*itti' :at: (Jk*   ^lapi-et-A  i I������ka������'V,  \.a**i<>raT^..  M ��������� i'-IV. laaii iia->oia aa-sisianl niii,iaa������������'i": otitlio?  b(������i;l<u*  kiiowia   as  "Owen   ItlaoseoniylV*'  .ia/hoW*������Y^l^  ,'*������i?-.r   ?���������.-:;.   ���������....>i2_y .^ '��������� i_^^-t,v-' --'o;   ,-.    ;   ?. ^'f^V94'?d5-"''ro.;n:'.:Athfc fl^oi'al Aloxaa^i'as'?tlo-  am  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRJEFE? I01B^  :!utid('raal^ia.     Th^  ji rot-a^ha re    "is; .'tho | Uo>al Ah-vttiuh-a tlou-l,  \Viaaaipi  fsaau't'- tor  Catnariinii   tlVrrs -rto'f-trial's' 'iaa \ \\)y&''roxiiltii: iu Tiogimy:  -It-i'ports  t'atmi tlie'"north: shl*������>of  Hie  island ot" .IsmuiM'a saasi :i   lu'iivy aiorih  "'erly'-    s?tda*iti'~'haa.l     dost roved     2i"������?o'i0  baiiama' i'i*e*-$'.  ..."'I'hi'iriy-sexen r-'arth'" rv'ohaor's .avrii*  .felt, a-eeeaiily" in .lu.cpytavia within 4.S  bours. Some layfs were ilo&i aai i������auiv*s  caused by" ahe quakes anil '<.'oaisiilei'-  jj"ble uiateiual daioage wus it'iionod.  A iiieoioiia] poreli ������ a*eci������.Hl by ihe  Ciiuudiaa-. WouitniTs. fix'ss.- -i'liab'ao. the  jyjiereory ������>f the, !'ate-Vol. <;^oa.fi.^ llaui,  famous Can;������:Mau ya'oijinalis;. who  founded the club has been uii.veil*'d  ut Wiailby, Ont.  Canada's flag floated over rhc-  Canadian legation ait Washington .on  "Vicloria ^)ay. . H was the. Iifsa. tiui<^  thai ii -was..-onichtlly displayed hi  Wasiliintgtoo, Hen. Vincent Massey..  Canadian aninasier, having: used the  ,Unaou   Jack  oa_ pa*evioust occasions.  ���������'Professor''Hiiaasii ICuward 'Kgerton,  noted authority on Hritish colonial  liiistory, as dead'-at:'-Oxford at: tlteage  : ol 7-2. Professor Kgerton -wu-s pa*6fes-  fibr ol Poloaahsl liistory at -OxFord for  ���������15 years, 1-10'was the "author of many  books oi> Hritish Colonial policy and  ���������deva-'lo'pnaent.  The Twentieth Edition  McKim's  - visit  the" I'nUed SUntos  iaS" :iiv.  f made Remarkable Test  . , -   Sound   of  H.M'rn'an   Heart   Beat   At-hpil-  fied Ten Trillion Times        ^  ...     ���������   , . iv^u������i<^,, .....  -���������      .. iiT.-.     ibvr**tivc   .   ^*I. ;    .1    -lilf  < iii-a,ai   h������ja.i-*t, beat   Avas*. ...������a ii.pl! lied  a til Hon   almos- before... th'-'  M������'dtcal   ossofiatio.n.   .naee'ing-   in   ia������i  ^ f].t^-knp>y':.o'Yea.*:j^1m or ,.claaM  .,;���������{������������������.���������)���������< ,'���������-.���������,���������.-������������������<���������?������������������,?:.?..?.??..?.'...   -.. ,-.'-,- ..���������...--..,    ,^  : *wiho-has.,b������?eii a guest at...that hotel.  To'diari  Pbpuiatior.  in  Wesiei-'ia Catra'daM'.  ""*'���������'     ??" ���������'..������������������.''-- ���������������������������'���������-^.- '���������'���������������������������-���������������������������"������������������   ^y-.���������,-��������� ���������  is About 35,000 '  }.:,  _f?reyiojii& Atlantic Flights  Who   Have   Made   Trip  i  i  3iI'ftjJ.vv_Ui9,:'-^~"1.i,hi:  Cf ininnv   *_5������,'ilA_*_I    I frCCiini  ,^rom������ Ort*ttwa;-;e.oiiae*nll.���������S-istat_im-i?nt;; .  aliiMiyAXf^KvU^IJidSUll^  :--,ar-c^fev5  ���������*!-��������� ft*-!"-**! iS*  ii-om  jythatfthestiidifans;: -are   'JaiJcreasi'ngy ���������������������������inf>  vnOpuliaft-ioii^fJ ri"iaey;. are-- ���������no^-^loiager^via-|-'"---'-w-   ������r^t?.������-,-i. :';.?,,,.iii-ii37fn-?;.^y   ,h.-&<%  fev^jasJiln*?  rtice/^ Tai  weKf^ane^a^nad  t'ofii'f   a^i>i^il5itionrsi0dfty^-isrrabmti.yy?''; ���������'���������.���������'���������������������������������������������:'.r-v .?   :^-f'ir^w��������� y.v?������������������.:;\u-^. i'myAS^  ;!������������������'��������� ,.Golue'"o--?rei-t: -^or?tiae*re  is5iigi*ilisi-  m btjnction betweeji J$yr~. and, Gi-eelcK^^r  Dur; j  u-<    ;!ii���������:  United    SOiNSh'  ^j5.0"^  It-.'.'s ..Yvelcoiiio   n<*v*r*-*."  mi j roiitulliiiiil" to   I-isbbn.   P'ort:aag}ail,''''Sl'op'-:  Aua<nican i-paaig sit ahf>'Azoa-esy * ?  uaw^iit  . 'v-5"-������: ;���������*-'���������-* -���������*.������������������^.*- /--���������.>.(.-." v'??*yy' -'? '^'"y'-;*"; j th������a .same ..Lord is.IiOrd. of.aU,; and is  ,wtslva lio.liad laiifi^well,, J}, hese ^ pict^-: j ���������ch unJ,0- uii?; that "call "upon ^Iiaii?:'���������  ���������vtitnio  lJe'-'D!e;:foa���������1T���������.*1 :th*^vfienV'Wt!l?,5r?n!Vi ;'iV6ma'ns'Hji):'i2-:'  Janie? ���������--"19 "!!)������������������  Captain   ������������������'Aleoclr-  aaul:! -li--VM- *'������.*?Ui'; of us Portia.. ;  Aaiierica^, l?e-:  W.?    Ua-oAvn!?'   Britisli; i ������������eaidant,s ^.ol!y, .aaicionfc  .aionaaci������. ;^"la������;  ' naa/st ypi pybably   etttered   tlits;-,;A\>ste]3iy  .ifleinisphei-e; radaivsth������*   pa-ient... a^roass-.  the  s< rip-of, bind   that 'laas_aapw-  piirl-i  airshiif :   R-3^'i.JP*t'.-J-o. .CpriaV" the' Itoriiig    Sfayaats?   'the;  'vent ton   Viefe.     "I'hls  was the ficnMlesi, | f.ieait. ? ArtlUi'i*  sotaa'id   aiaVpMfioaiion' ever ' achieved   in    Jiviators," 11<mv ? AvitUoai'a:   stoaa   frOlti; Stv  history." .   - Lilian's,    IS^a^wf^liridliaiid, -   io���������'"��������� CHfthVh,  In "lit*-     Washington        axiditoriiihi ' 1 ivland.   1.JM;0 miles. :   " ^     .;��������� ,  building.��������� hundreds listened :sp������>llbolataal j    -Jjily.   ;.;-!S10;T~Britidli  while .soutiat, liko .a giant  treading an j (low fr<jm,.Seotland,to New ,Vork,,and L-'y'WW^18.: -l*e.Vl?.^.!-V** ''^V??'"?'^-*.'.-; -;1".1! V*r-- "."J^l*?^^"'-  empty hall, filled the entire sfru<:������*oi*e.  Out in they>treel, pedestrians paused,  their ears alert to what sounded like  distant? eaiinon  fh*e-     ?? ���������"'"-  Tlae   msin   imrpose   of   the   deVlop-  i'Toni. New   "yyork tyQ-FuIlaa.au,  Englaind.  Aa������s.ii-t,; 1-924, -h-s The U nlted :States;  rowiiU iluV -woi'ld^.flaei's crossed , fa*o^u  Scotland   to   Iceland   to   t;reoailand<? -���������  ,,|Qctpber,.f1 2,   15. ,1V2 4- 'rhe,. Zeppeliar.  ment   of   the   in.siiutneni.   an   electric . J^R-S,  now  siotheseope.  was  beara diseases,.  ilao     ta-eatnieiity   of  the     L.ds  Angeles,     wis'  floyivii ^ frbiii ,'.'Friedriohshafen,., f Cer-;  .niauy, ,to  Tjsikeliurst, N.J?    ' f f '  fiate   wlaieli  for them.  .-ivalisuitioir has . a-eseiv-id  laghlniug..instead of.Jb.eiaig ilatyiutd'  " jLe^konr Acts, Chapters 'i'fj' anA^'iftf;  :ii-?*pfe'v>it|pn'a,l"'-;Reh-ding: -Psaliii;:675i;7?;;  "'"' ���������'*}'��������� '^pl_foations::-ari'd;'6bmmerit^  T? Jlovtr tt^"jUetifiie'''���������'"A\*"h^'y'''''t*a;ep'*4're^  ;Tor*''l>iscfiile������IiirC';'v^  nelius was'a Ronaa'h 'e^iiVoiHoav in cojiv  laaand ut Ca������3.sai*ea. One. night he. had  a y isibiV lit which "aai ��������� ftiag-el ���������'ssi!<i- to  ��������� laina,JVJ ���������*'Goa*,'ri-elius-p?'-',i:lay'--^i)ra>*ea's'i";''5*Mad  ll;iaae?a baa's ; Jaaye gone!..up i'ocna t>uie-  iaiorjal ;,.be������ore_.^-qd.". ij .. ..;,,...,.. .���������-,-,'.;^.^-,?  l?iien   the   angel ?b;ulo   Cbriieliu.^? i'o  jaggod," as if appeartv a"P**VMJ: |s-.-sp.U'al j xe'iiilf tV'Joppa "l*Pa-"'j^ef'en.... who    w.ijft  and iwattdea-.s   aioaaiid -;and? -ai-cmaid 4n;: Stayiii^ with' feiahon %he taniierf bj-? Iia������  .space before    it,, .exhaust s.,. it sol f; for: j  strikes���������.soni"et'Ui������g.--ui ���������.���������-:''>' S--:-0' X-.!.������������������������������������,  " THE SASKATCHEWAN/* RJE<GI]SrAsS ^JEW C. P.?--_EL ������OTEfc  ���������r  Directory      of      Canadian |  Pubiicatibns  for-1927 j  The .1927. edition of McIviaii'.s.Direc- |  tory of    Canadian.    Publications     has j  just:  been  issued ami  this  publication J  ,. no doubt., will be    welcomed    by    ria- |  ,, tioaaal^ iadyerliser.s   throughout  Canada }  .,   anal tliC'lhiited States. . .     j  ,,lt. is the l.wputieLla edition���������the. first ���������  Sssuo, having appeared in .l.S92-and.it i  lias been tlu> eni'eavor of the publish-"j  ��������� ���������ei's.at.-all iinaes.to .make each number ;  .aaaora*-   roattpbito  and,]iricso   aiepeaadable ���������  than  pi-e.viotis etjiaions.   . i  In fact, tliis directory is accepted!  .KOiM-'j'iilly as a reliable source of in- ;  foj*aiajition o������ Canadian ).>iit>licat)on.s i  aaad is regularly, coai.saalt.e-t! I'or "(fana-j  iliaai geographical and statistical par- |  aii;u.!:u*i9**t^,'a:d.v'lv aaioai Lias, hi theyyoar.  ��������� .   Tln>   average   tnaai   is   .mora1    polita- I  to ��������� sieoph1   he   never   expects   to   niea--!.  agaiiu  than   In. those     whoso    I'a-ieaad-  . _>liip   is  really   worth   cultivating.  seaside. Cornelius; was ?_-Gontne} aiift  Jews   would   not:  eatler  the. 'hoaiH^^of  Centiles,.. fVet   Cpmolius   obeyed,.:|1,e  cpaiiuiattd.    lie    csi.iedf   two;.," Ot   Jus  'li6\iseii6ldv-������eW^^ one of^lils ysoif  diei*sV ejvplaiiied-'-to  theloa?"%isfvlsioii?  ���������sand.- sen1?*lVeni?-'td?J6ppa.-^?;:yL".';-.'iAl,  >:yy!*^eatv tlapughas^ are ,jn the :.a!.i\.4fp.rr  th<oJse.>sv:]io, ai'Sj,  ppe?a--*p3^<ied.; '}noiaih  iiiipult:'es3;VcroTCd -'':.tfief\rfiigiiv;*-"a5'^  :tlao"ser'r'wli6-',**Stre  rek'dy:'''rHhO'A*ec*'e'H^y7*aiit\  act: up6tt:>liettn?"  --- ' j't^milfbn"- y\Va*iglit  ���������MatJiiei'* "��������� ������������������   ������������������'���������"���������'? *f  '?:--?:*?'.��������� -,.;������������������. -f;:v a:.S  NoAstto-iiRsmtcly, Like  it. , Dr. J.  D' i-M*x Hogg's , Aat It liiva  1 teinedy ,-��������� is J -fjLis-  'tiriotij-- iliiXeren 1: * 1'rb'ih   other   4p-'cil'iled  reiiiedi^'s.* Weanv tiiiK not so it" ���������vv-butd  not hatve ���������coiitanued its great work- of  teller aintil vf,kno\vn . ftom.f. ocean,.���������-.'.to  | ocean? 'for,-.its ..wonderful    value.... Ketl'  ! ibff'sfkfthe  forenipst* and   best" off all  ! asClihia l^itiedies, stau4R'ttpbti a:"Vejiau-  | tataon fdtulded iii'J;be- htiai't.s of thoai-  sattds who" have Icaao-vvia;its benefit.' ;,i  ,- Many, a aiaan.,-who, vtliiiilv3^. thiit, ,;l)io  thinks Hias-a^:wifer-who does fall; hjk*.  tLiiaakiiiK-. --:'     y       ;.?������������������:���������,.;,-:/,;?; -;.:',:;'?-:?���������:  slck.ly  Poavvish, r������ale, a-estless.,,  aaadr  children'"owe ���������   their4    cdiialitrii  \voa*iiis.    "Mother" 'Graves' ' Woiw?! Kx-  t-era'-ninaitor  will:.-���������relievo  llicini'mad i-fc-  sioa'e heaalth.;   .-,.���������.. /, .,-;     ,. ,-���������:, ; y^r  "Vou   s.uy-  Not a Judge  the  prisoaiei*.  , had  '*?--.���������>'*''  been  Heart Palpit-ati-oii  , Sinking Spells  Exterior oi tlie new Canadian   Pacific   Hotel, at   Retfina,'_" TI_e..Saslcatc-iew.an,,i  ^   openeci on ��������� May 24tK  AV  Kiel:  ii was  driiiUinf??*' ;������ai4 Jiis woysh.ip io . a he  polieeiuaaywhaj was MiyiaaK nyidtuace.  "Dri.nlUi.aK "what?". '.'VVljisky. I ilijttk,"  applied the com-ituble. .'Va'ou thinU."  storaned his worship./ .''Don't ������������������)oil  know alie nmell of whisUey.? Areav'i  | you at judge?" Canioytho reply: ;'Xo;  V\\\ only !i:p(?H,c������'aiaara." ,.,.;-,,,  UnuBual Insurance Policy  A  $2r������0,DO(l smllo ndoa-ns Ilae fnco of  Fay Murbe, aaa" Anaerlcnn ac'a*ess now  i^M^������;^^??:Dnn^vin0'AU^^ ������'^"-   ������������   wll!lt   s������  believed  to  anas:���������    home  timt>  airo   I   n-as very    '     ' ,, ,   .       , .:    ,  rieiiN, C(in](] ���������ot sleep nt iiiRlit, often : Uo   ,l|n   nr!i''   H'������M������W-'"������>������   ol   lt������   k,,u*'  Mm ^1*  ���������arri  IJI'trv  land   ali/zy,   frinkiii)/  a"p<>ll������  und  pulnitrav   11������*> acl.re.HH,' hats  (UtJifToil her naaallu  1'pi-  alion of the heairr, aaial -avrih ho tuu down , this  amount    Witla   a   ���������  llrlllwh      com-  puny. 'Ihe policy proviales that, the  iii-,-,iti iiii<-e Hltall.lio collect ablo If al  any   i line  within  the   uext  ten   years  J roailil  naif, ale  uiy  lnuin>worl{, but juat  leave everytlain/j; juid Hit   down.  i 1 annul a lot of money ami up manli-  .���������am-, rrimi ihe ductal, but it did not  'd������������   aii������-   may   jj-aiaul,   -  At   hust   an   frieaul   t-ol.l   mn . to   utao  anatl jafl������;i- aimiiijjf a  eoiapha rif boxes I  Wiua net ilua Hi'uaao  womiaia." I he|*an to  ���������Tei'l ho ihiicIi bettor,  aiaiai au'ter a few  more hoKcta I wain  ill iiei-rert health.  I     nlwti.vN    rw.oni-  ., .   ,- wiend   tluam   to   all  ��������� horn-   l   know who are  hulUrhiK   from  *������������*rt   tjoiablf."  i'l-ia-i- m>c. a box at nit drujri-'lMn or  ������a������]������n������, ut  iiife'ltd  dir������_'������, on r.vaupt oa?  yrieia- by ������i'l,B r. Mllburn Co.. Uiiltetf,  tti a*..,  .Research   Laboratory, at L.acqiTabe  . A,j*(!seai*<ila   Uiboaailor.v   la  to   he ,iis-  UibllshaMl   tliis ..vein*   ail   .'.Liietniabo,   foi'.  tlae   |������aiiposa'   of   niakinK   a   siiiM'y   of  pliint.'problems wilhin  ilae province.  Cuts ?ind Bruises Dirhppeniv -When  uttftW'InK   lYoni   ruin.   sttralcheH,-brnlH-  es,   KprailiaK.-snre   Ihroiti   ������������r  chest! aaial  any tUnalhir aailmeiii, ui-;e. ,Df,  'I'honuiH'  'fl^clictilnOU.  Its    hea|ln������    p<>w<V'    s������  lit-r ,siiitla> loses Us chnrni hcctiuso ail j well-known in    a v<>ry ��������� sei'tion -.joX the  ; aciylalepl.  or (Ulni'sH.     T.ho   uiaioiant   nT  ' tlie   preliiiliaia,  wu;;   nail   lUiu-loseal,  t'oiias dlsappeiar .when'Ironled. with  I la.Ilowjiy'H     <*oi*n     lleinovor     without.  h-avlnr ;���������. ;"'n!',  j Preferrs  Coffee to   Bone  '     Siinahiy. a MohIoii lerrler, owned by  ( Allen    lliirillek,   (������f   tha?   l������ol|ee   Depurt-  Mieni iii Ni'W C'ziia'aiiiai, t'aiiin., is a  1 I'tMiaalne   'VoflVe     hoiliail."     He     uiilHl  lame his coffee In a eun with ti Mtlle  ' Hiihtir heI'<ii-o he will conidalei- ei'm  j the uiiiAA  li:n;)l':i:' L-nav.  jfciin.iid'b   Liniment  ior  in-gypt  bi^es.  1 community. A boiti������ of Dr. .Thomas'  Keb'cla-io Oil shoiihl ha������ in evea-y inedl-  clno eh oh I ready ror'-tliO'-oaiitu'rarGncioH  tlitai niny always be aantlelpated, .  Coyotes -will haint  sllunily.ioi' hoius  tor hold anice, n pailt laaitiai-aliwi iaa ahe  West say.*-,  (   Saskatchewan Eyo Pool j  11. J?-, iiniioainced thai t.lie. aaew Sits- |  kiaU'howtiaa eja-g po'ol, .slarlcal April j  ithh, Is to be. a storage* pool. A c*'!- !  tain proportion ,of . t.hu ck-jts ' receivo-l |.  hi tin1, pool .will be ph������ced Jia alnrag-c |  and ihe tlaaal pu,;iaaeiai will iaot. be i  iiitiaie main aill the a,'KK������ have hern ('  B(a|a|, jMenahet'v. -*hijijaliaj- taa thi;i pool'  will receive u Kltiliuiieial. Hhowliia? I lie l  exact nuiaaber of t*t;^.s shipped hy tliem j  In (he pool When the ctaf-ofl Is biiiile ,  til   s,i-v or  eiffht   weeks.. I  , Ladies, .W&iited  'I'n ai(laii'������!MH find nirill' i-imlH Ut hein^  l-kli'n -iit>wnrilH ait' tfUi weekly,' Whole aar  fipiarn,   i.lan*i Sa-nd Htaalup for |MU'ticiiliir������  Ladies' A#e_*cy Service  y       TORONTO, 3  " Stockynrdra For Sa*l<atoon  'J'he IMniontoai rttockyai-ds, Li nailed, iniif* h<;('Ui������.<l illi 4'iiluui Inmi (tait  City ail' Saskatoon am uU acn-n of laud  A   BROKEN   DOWN   1VSTEM.,  Till* i* r- condition (or ������li-f_M t to ivlilotidoctor-,  give, iii-my ai.nae*. boi which tarn of aticm r*_tly.  uaul-L-tAmU, Iil.-i-laiifb *>v������^|.iic_.-dliii'u).'>]i.wu<!  *��������� it wrro, cl lam vital forcei iJi.at ������������������i������ln tlioty*-,  I-iii    Nuaia_tifrwai_t iai-> bnlii.OHU.eKUiry aro  -Iiiiori nuatbcrl.-b). tiu nynipiuiva -io niuvu lU#.  -���������ma; da������ mora proiiiliaaaiiiLoing iUc|>lc.������n.i-.l  ���������������aii* ol rprontr-tloit or ������������<>urlne.i. rtrinrtHloH of  ���������ptilt.-Autl vr������ni of aiioauy (or -.1) alio nrdiaiary '  aft-ir.oflilo, K<������^,-W!lr������l������������.l<>i><;������*i<b5'*'li'i<I> *sf,rn-  tlat in nil such WiWUicWSsc.d via dhy- vl|-.>nr,  vii������t tirancih and eai������i_;y  io alnow oil  inr������a  niora>i<a l-ellugN, wml aa ni|;lai -ucrrriln aim il-y  ihikinny lie ii*iorr rnrinhaly ircaiiecl by a cmir*n of  'THC.NBW FRENCH RCMCDV.  r1" ' '.  Ml   HWIIXI ������    , ill      ������������������   -l|g_ I I "���������',   ���������������������������MM|  No TlfH6 to n out  For a Doctor,when _ei_ed with  Cramps^ Colic or Dirtrrhoca.  Get aaafe and quick relief from  dr* a_t ��������������� an m aV m. 1..0**M__.���������_.  -ir** *. 9t **.   a%  %0M������ta9Maw%im taaia ������_������ wu*. ov  Oiarriioea Remedy  M M#^ j^w������. L**P MjL i_m^i M m~sl kU^ o^fi H a^  ehani liy utiy ������>l)iri Uuow n roiiTlilliHiTaia. Sf>������iilTljr  *. it t������4 l*li������l> an .ccriacd-lir  ou  Ciiaatullun .J'aicllW:     Itullwuy , .llrieH. |-'    <wi^������aii3'lti*ii,'wiiith*'������ha  Tha>  Htoeijytii'dH- tiae oMiecleil  to bo- in 'j    |        JjohVeD   U  operiilinn by  tho end of Aiigusi.  AV'hlninn   wonaen   imil   children   lire  bud ������������������-noai'Jiii, laul deliver u������. I'roaai wlilia-"  In 14   nient  Can-.pcrB���������Take   Minard't with  you.  *% It (t iali������n an 4':cr)i;<luiic-.e with alir ���������tiiccaioaio u-*  '���������   i������hn(lrr������fUira1iliti<>i'(t������l0rMl  UAMPOFUFE  P   AFRESH.  <in4*tiiaw*atlt<<'ri������*liiapBVi*dlni������t������a*������ntwliiiflia*  Bol������t������ly*������aani<������lworii-r)i)l,ui*-iliip,an.lvatiirla������������. .  Tbl������worr.iaerliilrn������nhc������ai������������iuli������������uia^tiJrforulUe������'������  , BoaaaiitiitIon.and coiidiimaa*, in taali*r Ms; niul >i  |_ tllrflrult lo lin-fflrin a riii������-.a or <1risn|t������aornl  whoiA main fcatiir.ila wr-Utm.-, ilt������| will not  ba *p������e<tily anilpiariiiananily ovrr.oana k>y Una .  rwf,������t������r*lii������������������������������>irj>,wlil< l,l>.������UHiii*iiinriii,l nil a  altlivion cvcrytliln- atmi liatl prrcaded >i tof t[n*  ������ld*������pi ���������������<! Hi ������>nm������iro������.(-U*������ of1������nin.n-ilii,ri,s<.  &,W Wv1������t<aii>f r'tivutl tth *i ���������iili*i- W������ ,������*������������������>,, ,��������������� ��������� it Ik,>n  ���������,ILaCl.aa������Bl4������ia.Ca.M������������aialeak K4, rN.W ������(I.������i,jc,������  ���������f(\  f);  'r?l  -i.fi  ��������� ^i  if  ������l  Ml  n  11  Hi  Ml  )(1  ^ l  *1 TTT13"*  /~*T> TTTCJ mA\T  vya.vi_������Nj jl v/j.*a ,  T>  >-/������  I  i   *'  *y  S'-i  ,*t4aaa>_L*aWWL_4 <"*.  Hfeils In'Ifsfiiig \BBshes  &_ *       )  Donlt suffer with rashes, eczemas or irritations when Cuticura Soap and Ointment  wiii quickly relieve and heal. Bathe with  Cuticura Soap" and' hot water, dry* and  anoint with Cuticura Ointment. Nothing  -quicker or safer^p������an Cuticura. Soap and  'P*inV-M&������, frfr all sHn.troubles. V ""* *   .  3������mj>le Hash Freo by Mall  "Strafc,o_(������, UA. Sfontrsal.'1  ���������_5 and 60r. Talcum K-<?. *'       -  Cuticura Sfeatfins Stick 25c  Address   Canadian llrpot;  Price, Soap 25e.   Ointment  ft/t-   ><>   -3.    5t_S_ Jl   Afloat;   mienc nave usu muuuus  ft g������ ,.���������  x.v .i_-iiuc->  __   U^tJ   "O '_._.  IU     MVfU     1WVV1U  irin>iaiir"irr__  -*  (Prospector Sold    Rich   Golrf   Minis   fn    Hen  on   B.C.  University     Farm     Pays  !        Aaistr^li3 for Thirty-five  Pounds .     v_/_ii   EV-  u..  te������_.^  I' Jh-ath lias occ-ui-rcd at Port Ade- Tnat eminent representative of? the  jhahh-,'Australia, or a Fa-astM-burgh^na- j vyhitfc" Leghorn- family . popularly  I live, .lames Ilcudersoaa Cranua, who ; kwown as "Maizie." but offlcially  hail loi-Hae ia-oaiy of late might l������ve|aeslgna|e*j as-"Hen 6," on the "roster,  j Itoasoswed world-famous ������olrt mi__a>s. ' j or 1ho University of TlrUlsh Cbliiau-1  . in. the early si.vile_i be and Dan ��������� bia" yaTaii continue to merit and re-  ��������� O'.Lcary, an ndvcntuious liishnuin, I cpWi, 1he appPt,batltm of the pub-'  . located?, the ; gnldfiiclds  jjMorgaia.. Queensla nd,    bu  of     Mount  owing    to  I  Seek Data on K.sh-Dwe33er__r  Italy Has Air :  J.. TV9-*_*_?_ AT*    g-*,4falia*r������^a ��������� Supposed to be People Who Cornstruc-  Z :.      ' r       X * .__       ,JL  "11*-C |       ted  First City  Bulk Af t^r Flbod  ���������--  . ������     vine  of  ahe  anost  alluring   problems  Will Use Same Signais as for Ground   o!   al������.Ueoiosy the origin and history  ��������� %'. i raffic j 0l   Ljlv ancient Sumerlaiis,     ii    x-oaind-  f,Jte(j   t raffle   signal   lighls   will   soon   jiea(lpdi   UOai-SemHie   people   who "are  Ed&am in Italy'j* azsare <-kie--; -lio*n the  ah"achtn������������s, ,o������ the aerhU police loreo,  rf^oiitly established*' b\. ' Premier*  Mussolini. Ju.-d ax the crirusoai _l������s>ats  ltt'?lhe streets of American"cities reuse  ajitomibiles U\ halt, so those, of la.ily'.s  bxv.>-    pv/liCtriuc;*.     nm, ira     aciicu     Wa..-  la*cevs������ to checlv their courses by lantl-  iijig.as ������;ooii ari~neaa-by conditions' per-  cj-edsted   v/ilh  constructing   Kish; ?b<������-  heved to be^lhe first * city, built? jaflei  (Eie  great  llo.od ��������� ina.v"* he solved -next '  yeai* b>   moanb'ea-fv of the    Field   *Mu  seaana-Os-lor(j   lTniversity  joint   expedi  tion into Mesoi>otaiuia  -   This   lias  been   predieaed   by "B.-  '"��������� i blood  i Uavies, director of the Field Museum. |     Alter  [in  a  stateuaeail telling of the oxpWH-  : Ihiauclul  slraitH sold    out    for     ������U5.  ..The,    iniiies     have     sauce     produced  ; ������:2u,000,UOO   worth,    ol"    rise-   pa*ecious  I metal.  _ ������������������ ,  ;     Cranna at���������.17- sailed   for   Australia  i in tlio 90,1 ton barque Scotia.  I     At   niarban  the crew  were arrested  ion suspicion at smuggling and throAvn i  ,iano jaii. . "  Tliey'    received     eoaiipeaisalion    for  false iinprisonnieiit  Irani    the     Kalal  MitliorHies.  lia'IStif   they   got   to   Australia and  made   foa-  the  bush, where ihey were  Ijc.    Site, is .the    gifted , producer ������ of  SDL e-ggri in 365 days,-a Avoa-ld record.  i lost 'for five- -days.    The broiling  sun  ; caused  such  intense   thirst  thai   the>  l  l*������*V* CUUI.?  anal  gi-vihg   up   hope'1 hey   siruek (  and the output of jher genius sold-so  far has brought to the faa*ua $1,625,  while reservations totalling $1.27r>  are on the-boolM.  IMaizae presides over the- 'world  recoi-d pen, having for her associates  fotie-   nlhei*   liens,   ericli   ol"   wliirb    has  i coail'e,n"efl on civilization at least -300  eggs i������ a >c;ar. 'J'he eggs wiali wiiluM  they reward their j)toteCtoi*s feleh J  frona $S to StO ,^,-!-,, and deseenda'n^s  of tbe occupants-ol* tin* pen are domiciled hi all- paras of the Dominion.  and tbe United States, engaged in tbe  xapbuilding of the poultry industi*. -  Suburban chlcke-n raisers should  give their attention *o Min/li* and hei  I compeers.     A   I'ev,'   performers   ol"  her  i liie Murray   Ilfver.  - j lion's   achievements  in  aa-ehaeoio'gteal i .,  -E'esides Carrying lights,   the   aerial j aiseovei-ies during tlie -past five years  and  civ UixatioJi.  | capacity  would   soou   JiH   ibe   second  whia^h   nieanl  life i mortgage, aaid  she  costs no "more *tf)  ( teed   than   the   vea-iesi   loafer   in   the  Littie Hebs For This Week  regaila I sssm  Minister   of ' -  __   5(1 1-,,,  t ���������..          ,--. _... , .... j.     while  bulloelc   driving  Cranna  met ! t,QV,\i rv- Yar[i  rvi'iatj-riaefrer  under  a  Suuaorlan , 0,. parv   ftnd   1hev   W01.c   n,e   Brs|.   lb ' - ���������       J   aemple. the parly discovered the iiitirt | 1he eontinent  ol" Australia from    nlMrf��������� >.���������������, ���������������������,������,������  T nrVrT-  , rUn,er,ann- CMWI,w,.,on; r^lfle to side in quest of gold, amid in- ��������� BABY S OWN TABLETS  birtltor buck,    as-   -well    as    ancient   miTnerabl<?   risks   rroiw   watcr 'rHmine I    - ----.-.    -   ���������%������������IW, ���������������������,���������������_>  ;culpi������r������. and   paitaled   pottery    For   and murderous uatlveB. HELP A PRIZE WINNER  five  >eara the  expedition has labored-     Theylocated     many    ftelds     vWcll I    under Lhe burning Mosopolaniian sun, 1 ^^ s|nce become 1h^  ^^  jn ^ ,     ^^^ q^ ^^^ ^  ^^  ^  (���������,.,,    ii,iA���������HMl    in    n������,-r*.    _rro������.   mo   \       *** oi-hisloncal remains of the , M   h  % always    old  ou,  tor       Urx [ equal "lor little-ones.     From  Ibe'iaew-  tern   ml ended   to. assnie    groat   mo- < M1isl]^ kings of Kisfo, who guided tiie  l*vitvriJicn, ^mvit-i tur  toolngr "drawn   up   by   1tio  ^iT-M'iinuui^    <iii*-������ urn nui  ideiil ine<l by A3 \ug a lar-K^ ^ ollow  flag * atid having a b'*oad yeorow  stripe painted aca*oss Hie wiugs of  their planes, which will he jtailalaEy  or built al'Ur a    special    police    i������at-  If thou di-aw oaaL thy sotii t������ lhe  huugry. and s.itisTy the afflicted soul;  then shall thy lighl rise in obscurity,  and thy darkness be as the noonday;  and the L,ord shall gaihle tnee eonain-  ualiy.���������Isaiah Iviii.  10, .11.  hility  and-, capability  of manoeuvring'. S deslinlea  G'r the caa-liout k  " The a rafiic "���������" auaactiori of the air  police, at >osast. for the tine being  is; iitoucd secoawlar>-" to thar of  pi*j)\ lilfng political policing in 1lme  of; i������eii������'i> and a niilllaax i er-'arve- tor  a?time of threatened war. since ahe  unusual flying condition"-, aflirded  aahuaual Hying conditions afforded  ii-riiji ex<-������.-Ileijt battle pilots,.  .���������Stimuli ons ol police machines  will b<* stationed neaia* ttoe zones in  various parts of ltalv over which,  tor political;*or snilitaa-y reasons, all  planes are alorbialdeai' to pass. - The?  will also assist the Fascist luilitia-  nlen an frontier policing, especially  Iii prevent ing persons leaving Italy  without aufhorjzation..���������  nown eivaU-  smns to raise  inanev,    even    sellin?  .1 Iheir  7.atlO������, S j: -,     i  Next  \ear.   the  excavators   hope  to  mako a   ihoaough seaa;ch beneath tie* j  lemple to find aut health- records ol the  Sunierians.  beloagiugt  Sixth Trip ArouB-d World  __.      -,     u        .j       . .-  i-    . .* --Babv's,  Own   Tablets     are  l Miss Bentaam Has Accomplished Much -. metl|c|ne   fol.    if-jtl������������  I of Travel on Foot  Seldom can the heart b elonely,  Seldom can the heart be lonely.  Self-forget ting , seek ing onty  Emptier cups of love,lo fill,  bona, babe  to the  growing  child   they j ���������Frances "Ridley Havergal.  ! are   au -absohale safeguard to. health.      ,,,,,, ,       r  : Once a mother has xased them she lu .shutting none out or our sym-  :wlll u&e noLlaiug else. Thousands ot I pa-tin , in the vvilliasgncss to he.p asi  ! mothers al*wa\s keep them on hand. | and to be helped b> all, *,vc are jiere  :     Among the molhers -who slate thai ; beginning li*ke   cliildien   to   climb   the  foot-hills that    lead     to    tmmoa-tality.  Ml*:  1 he    best  ones    that    they  .Russell I Iii I, of Nor-  Tlae self-absorbed,     the.   aansymnatlae*  Work of Colonization Association.  Expect  to   Locate   2.000    Families    in  t        West This Spring*  April .was  the record mojitli ot .the.  Canada       Colonization        Association  An astonishing record has heen  made by Miss G. E. lienha.nt. who-lias  just left Hong-Kong on her sixth trip  round the world.  As much  as   possible of her travel  settled  upon !3ia1les  -_*-.__-_,._     111*1     iki* raa-li-i*.*     -"������������������������_-*������  i      -������   -EC   ia-      _.   r^-a-r        I(_ll|ei4_._1      ,m   t-������  29,������������32   aca-es   of   land   In   the   Prairie  ��������� Provinces.     This   followed     lhe     pre  1 viotis best  iai "March "when TS t'amilie-*  were' placed upon  IS/It>r> ac*t*es.-    Alla-  getbei- in the first    four    months'* of  is accomplished on   foot, and  she has I oldest they get no oilier medicine hut  .    - ,  A. ,-      ,.  Babv's Own Tablets.    "When our baby  now   traversed   tens   of  thousands   ot !    ... - ������      ^,.  ; gn l   n a^>  eie  "''' Had Wonderful Collection  .'Known  as  the "Uutta-rllx   Kini  be-  "I think I hcitl a recoa*d as tiae first  \voa*ld  traveller  who   has  not   -written  a book on my  experiences." "she isaid.  j     "The   moi*e'  people   travel   tlie"*"_less  ] tliey "write, "and   the-less   they   travel  know of is  wood, Ont. Her experience with the j tic, the tmloving have lost their way,  Tablets should be ol great benefit to .imi are ou lhe downwatd path: :io  am mother who has not already giv- 1S���������..,4 p..������������������, fi,��������� .<���������,.,.o-i i,-p^ ^��������� un^ui  era the Tablets a trial. Mrs. n.ft ������������i_lrt from the eietaaal life as .eflecteiJ  9aysc_������X have five  fine healthy   chil ! lroni thear taces.���������I.uca Larcom.  dren,   asd  from   the  youngest   to  ahe -r���������-���������  Big Land Purchase",^  The purchase ol" l,J������i:0 acres of land  for about ?GO.O0O for settlennmt hv  a party of" .Northern Kuropeans has.  been put through' by the Canada  Colenizatioti     Association.       Situated  -n������Oi"e      i a ie>r     seean     io      emarge  have  been   placed  oif 68.0*35  acras   of I on it!"  land. previoiiHlj idle, almost equally | Miss Betiham is collecting j-ar������  eaus,^ ol his hobby ot collecting' but- , -n fho |)rt>vincos W- ^.anitoha, Sas- i flowers. Climbing 1he llimalavas in  icl-Hios  and  moths.  Albert   K.   (Usrloia. J lfatclu^van and AlbertH.    Uy June .-1st i seaach   of  specimens,     Bli������     obtained , Medicine Co.. fh-oclxville, Ont  avjiaiiway   porler.    retentl?     alied     at .^ f>Npect4M} ihlU   (,lcr4? wlll>lMS 2,000   over  11^000.  Ttut   when  she descended-     '    Worlhltig, KiiRlnnd.   He loll   a   coHec-1 f.onI||,.s   ou   r>,i0.Ooo   acre*,   or land,  in j 1Q  the   plains   they   were   nearly;   all   Honoring the Spirit of the Pioneers  Western  Canada   w trds of  tlie  As.su-[ ruined by the chauge cf atniospliere.   * - *-  ���������  1n  I  le\en auonihs old she won  prize at lhe Norwood Fair,  and when she vas a \ear older she  woai lirst prize in competition with  twenty-eight   other babies, ft   was  Ibe  Tablets that   gave her the health  and      . ���������,=-..,, o     i    ,   i  development to carry off these -prizes. I������'nc ^,,e������ i}iliil ������r ^ otklon,tS,asKaltdi  I   -always,   delight    in    telling"   other j e-w an." Ihis piece oi land will be farm  'amsUefj ol" twenly-fl\e Iter-  jnoth'srs  what   the  Tablets  iiavc  tloii**  1 tor my children.*'  1 Eaby's Own Tablets aa*e sold by  I medicine dealers, oa* by mail at 25  i cents   a   box   from   The   Dr.  Williams"  sons. The settlors are all i rained  agrieuIUti'ibls aud are taking {TL-ssea  sion ait   once.  au  tion of aio;arl>  fr,oin  all  parts ol  i-Jiaiged   in   artistlt  5,001)   insects  gal tiered  tha������   World   i*nd  Auao   Siih'sanan   ��������� Jn   this   cur  wlll"l������-el p���������-ifectly al   home.  I*rospect"t\ e Ituyer    lJiiiai--nhow we  designs.   'I'he   eoi- ;  ciation.     As   families'   average  'I'liree  times  has   she   crossed   Con-   Spirit  IStetipTi    b*-   cousaalered   to   he   one   of.  tjae finest  kriown.  dividuals to- the faihily ��������� this? will .-ineijin   trail Africa? and once climbed Kiibioav  \ the saiistaeibi-y    faarm    placeanenf    of : jai-o, Africa's  "loftiest:  "pealy  aihoiit  11,0't'O     pea-sons     through  ,'effort's'' of tlio  .Association?  *f>aaad" grouse.  ' inhabit ta tats    of- -lite:  fs-^e^er-L-i areas,.,,cai*a;y;,:;-r,;,.wal;er. .c..to, r .their.  j^'yoaing by soaking Vtieir feaitHers aiid  H then, after flying home, letting tlie  m- chicks qaaencb their thirst wilh ihis  %��������������� jiiolsUaa'e.  U}*,ir������e,v>,.   .,���������..'.,   .....''.;.,J.'y.  .... ,..s.,.-j-i^'jjj-^��������� j.tnlrj ieopaa*ds?iVave*  (1^,71(1  P  ���������i]  *'" un-  ���������0.  ���������1","',  V;">'  ���������fii  hi  s  ���������tf!  sn,  of    Rovmnce    and    Adventure  Should Always  Remain r       ' "  j' ��������� One portion of    Lord   .WUtingiloil's'.  jspeecii  in   reyly  to   the   civic  address'i  heeaa.'' un-  pf .welconaa? that .m<;Vt     with    a    warm '  pleasantly" near to her lent,, and more-rftsponsef in   Calgary,   was   his   i*efei'-'?  '������������������������������������':GduM-';N6t:'''Dl^ ;enc:e  to the  pioiieers. "...   .,,',-J"'  v         | She liaW^'l'oriaanailet^ "Vou   speak   of   this   city."   he   saldi'  \ naor.  for she  sjii(]  her  chief diaicii||v: ���������'';ih   ImVing^hot^n" in   t ha>   jaast;  one  of,'  ; was not wild beasts, but  teaching iia+ ��������� the   rr'onliei*s'o.f  romance   anal   ndven-  ��������� live hoys to cook!      . ������**   !':taire, .and you siay  that, it   luis".haapidly  !     "It. took one of my  boys "^Aveek^o : aatil  yet: !losV its dJsilnet'ive-- feat 'tires;' I  another one;  YOUNG WOMEN  Pioneer   Mind   Reader  Unable  to   Explain Strang* Power  Anna "Kvu  Kay,  pioneer naatial  a-ead^  ea*' of   Ihe   stage.   Is   ,*lcad.     Anal   th6; ., .���������.. ,,.,.-. .,.  ::a������lerer.by' iiaea.iH-o^:^iieliy?l"a.vr imnrly ! ^������'V-n,'��������� W.^>:b"������ W*f$*" * s:ii<i'?    Uraastf fit    aiever    will,     foa*    However  These'Twici Fbiiiid Reilief liy  Taking Lydia E. Pirakham's  Veg^taiblbyCoinpound  Aycr's ClifT,  Quebec. ��������� "I  have  beon teaching for three yeat-H, and  at the .end wf the.  year I alwaiyft fool  Lirecl and have no'  appetite.; I waa  aw ful" sick each  month, ton, huviai#  pains an iny back  aanttl aonaetimt'H I  waw'ohlgtjd to utop  Sy^VKinK. A friend  r o o o*m an e- n <1 e 6  Lydia K. Pink-  latim'.H VeisetUblo  .Compound, to me  anil 1 hearal niaaiy woaaiam telling how  Rood at woo'80 rthouu:htit would help  iaai������. And it^-did. Now I talte six  bo-lies every year anil rocotraiiiunil a_  to olhei-M. ��������� J'lONAtdJA F.VN _'I-UX,  Ayer's CliUf CJu^ec. , --.,  "Unable to Work"  On/anitig, Wov-i. Scoiia.--'.���������. bad aa"-  rej?ialiar poraoda and jarrent "eiii (TwiahR;  at those times, the paaaiia ������auttin������5  voaiaititaur nnd iamkinj'c. I wiih teaching school nnd often i'or Hoaato bourn  1 woaald ho itnahlo to attend to my  ���������wo^k. Tlaroaapth an tadvertaftement in  the panel's I knew of Lydia M, Pinlc-  ham'tt Vcffetahlo Coanpovatiiir untl it  laaiH lto^n o-aV^roat boh<fiht to sne, tha  la'a-MibleH befnjj; completa?Iy a*elLeved.''  ��������� r^AaiuA tl. I',Ma������������ix, Cautoiiati,, IwhikV  0������aaiity��������� Nova Scotia. <*!  half Si ceia tiny   ' she'   S'trvsV.leai    t heat re  .au<yences,    l<inj������s.'    iiaieens,    nieu    of  ;.'ify;iWs...:.^ goes 'jvit h  hipr   toy tlae ;ferayefyy   She;,:dip<l   at?-ber  houae   iaa'"iV-ielrose',   TSIass.     ���������*Vlieii*'f'lio  'eyes "of ���������11iof-'aKetl'--'.w'o'ii-i''H'.ii' cldaed foi'f,  the last tinae Hhe still had withheld \  explanation of how siie'bad been, abb' ;  to,tell h.^rrj)ji'l.rb'ni<v"aa':nd ^pqriiilnta'aaptw;)  with batHina;- accuracy lime nnd tiKuln I  what was Kolnff on In their nalnda i  i-llie liiHlHled- ihiat- sho herself itdn't :  liiuiw   _i'o'\V' '"ftlat1" tlWi. l'l:.      >S<>������������������-'������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������<   ���������-���������  MlsayBeiilaant, ,caaTi^d5.,cJa.^co,   needles,  and  other tilings  which  nailv^s  auprociafe  lu  exctiaugf^foa- food,  f^lae  luidfho conipaaaion excojift native beftr  era.' aiicl  ta'-aVeiled-'niauirined.  *".-}  w,   K.   i',   ium::  -jmiraloration From Holland     :  A .stendy  hierea.Hu    of    iiuiiilairaiioii  irotaa   Holland     Into    t'aiaaalia    and    at  I td/ftadyi How *��������� <������)",, cupititl     fvoiaa,   thai  i eotaaatiH'  loan the  l!)nnilnintr wM-o- pre  dieted   by   b\   IM, ���������'Waola I er,   Manual tig: i  Director   ot'   the   CI tilled   TranH-AlUtn-' i  tie   Mori ft it un   Cat.,   nl"   Ihil terilaua,   ou j  tlhr. occ,:i������lon   pf  a   buslaaoH.s  vjsit   to  Calfttary:  Ills 'ftwi. haa ��������� ahotii, $1upi������00',v  OiiO Invented in t'iinada.  Gnrne' FibIi' Hntchery" '"-" ':U[  Ui'fhhv, lhe niuae flt*h Imteti^rn*  which will he ehltihtliiluiVl lay tlio Do-  mhiloia (Joveriaiaieaal In tlio Wnierbn  Liakes dliatrlcl. lu Sotilhea-ai Albert������.  n coiniaierelal Hsh hatchery will Im  established In 1 laiv north. Tlae hitter  will ailrt.u... hiiiulle cerlalu .sf|<eclu** a>r  yiime " lia.i_, sjuJUible to lake .wUtoi'������. y ���������  'I'lirow   ������>ai   Ihe     l-uierfteracy     tan-ice  when    vain   tind   vaiaaiHell'   4ilIMiu{   ton  Dllll'll,  The Good   Old'Daya l}t'  A trip to lhe Old Country by aircraft In 2'/_ dnyw Is ;|\t)<>w ,a prolw-  hlHty; oaie* can talk on the tadia-  plume aiad b<h> the parly tit the oilier  end . of the lltia>. luiudreds ol' intles  away; t,)te^,hcwt 111113%?11������ the wo'v'jd  can bo piel-ed out ol' the aia- hj  liiyslerlbias ��������� alovlco -ltnp'wia. ������H  radio,  and   iiae.^snftos   lire     .sent  the  eoiHiaiioaa's may change, It is always  wad! aliai tlii! a-oihance anil ndvoaiture  of the; past shoubl remain with you,  and that yota should always keep In  nalivd thoHie early pioneers who laid  the I'oundatIons <������f your;rsreat,aaui"lh-  creavdnft developuaont." .     -,       ,     ��������� .  ���������Calvary tappreclatais: the sentiments  iiHered hy Ills l^xcelkuacy. Happily  we have ninny of the pioneers of Al-  berla With aas. This city ,(l,o������'.s not  tie?;lect' th'Mit. -lt-hohlH' Iheni'ln re-  . sppi-fc'rtnd'atTiMi'ttbia.- They still play  iheir  inaportanl.  pari- iai   all activities  .W0 ; that   naay   cmnirM)Ul.e  to   the   further-  ii>t������ ! inur   of   ihe   welfare, of   tin-   city.     In-  renintu reftioim hy the h 11 ine ineanp*  disease Is b/'liift coauiuei-otl, and Ila-  iaor liftblened by uuuliiuory -~- aaaul  sill! liiey talk iif "the ftood old tlii*a>������."  )    Farnu'i-'s   Ailvoeiili������.  "**S^087 THEPfSSP"  ; >'lft  I deed, they   look "11 ft on   the   city ��������� ns  I they luave the right to���������us their child,  j aaad   the.lt", f.bfdi>rIntff. care.'aaad interest !  j si ill  surround; It. .- |  ���������nia1*!,' 'have ? witness������i<T    lis     Ki-oivfli '  \ Irotaa birth aiiid, thi-oiifth all the iinxle- j  j lleti and ������ethac:1cs ot ydiilli to' its proa-  ! ent naalualty    and    assured    poHilinu.  1 They  cam have a special  pride in  Ibe  ! city    that    1hey ' founded.     Ihtt    the  ' ybuilder citizens now    more    actively ;  ' cnrTyluiT tlae hurdeaa ore not  allnpn.qed I  ' to "dU-pi'iUe'   vrStH    ih������d������''   :vlv1ee   tind  ' iheir      co-operation.       The      Hernial  . knows   of   no   city, in   Canada# where ,  ; yon I la nnd riRa> more ainitedly or   :uore  I onllausiaslleially    work    logetheiv   I'or j  I their   home   clay,   the   hitter   for   Hie t  icily   wlib-la  ah������^>   Indued   l<������ create,  lhe'  ', roruaec   fair   the   chy   which   tlu*y   are !  ��������� Hlrlvloj?   to   make   the   Miles'".   po*i������ihh-a 1  ! ancinorlat   10   the   bi-uve   npiri������ .im   rlioj  i {,||'i(iiu4 <"VH     who     founded     a*a.rl   Ttottr- |  iuiieit   H,     I'liIaSiM",    lletiild. 1  ]_Fis?������S'������������fiS55  flll'������_i_ri'0*8ii5'ft;"*-*_i.'ii������   ;&__-���������&  K-Sctra   Value  The Firestone Dealer in your  locality wiH -gladly explain to  you the; extra value of Gum-  Dipping. He is prepared to  demonstrate how the cords ofthe  carcasaKarc saturated in a rubTacr  solution, insulating every fibre  oF every cord with rubber, which  minimises friction��������� Naturally,  tires' built of Gum -Dipped corda  have extra c*arenss strength and  staiwis.a iiaauring, longer wear.  F-RRPTQNE TIRIC fl. RUBBER CO.  OF CANADA UMItttn      -  Humllton, Ontario  MOST MILES PER DOLLAR  ___   ..        mmmjmmi*.i������mmmmmmm*mi* ���������nm.-mii-iii������>\m������mmnm wmmnmmsmmmmmiug im"i-Mii-www ������.  '.rag cmmm ebtibw  vrsaa*   .s^mM^mm������mt,m*mr*.������kw\  ���������*������������������������������������a*_���������������*.as i ������  inn uim^ron R^wi-Mii:;  -;t%3i*icd every Friday at Creston. B.C  S-iKesr; pilots: $2.50 a ye-tr in 8d.vs**oe������  "B&'flfr to U.S.- -points."-_----'--_/  O. F. Hates, Editor and Owner,  OiSidiHrrON. B.C.. FRiUAT. JUKE 10  G^fls Bonk far Farm  disbursed.  irn     ia.nn*nnrt������ilfl.tavi  ft.t������rt  r i  s��������� - regarding     campaign   funds    andj -������S cutting this, 'week,, -53 the  ns... will  Misses Mary and Marion ^BichtDond,  be starting ������p tn July, Cranbrook;   Family, Mat*, and Mrs. A.  ��������� --, - _ .   _ Abbot, Hslm .'.nd JTisse B_v������w������eh- Rath  .1    Announcement is made here   this   and Elsie Clapton, Helen, Agnes and j    ������������.A  Three   royal   commissions   were | week   that  J.   E.    VanAckeran   haa  Walter Johnson. Mra, I_owerson.Signe I ������..t  reaisaedas eeeretary of wresttsn Qo-j ana Helga Neison, Slue, sod Harry *****  the community playground and skating rink hy the younger set at  Rossland.  disbursed  Vernon    creamery  The. finest kitad of svidsnce that  there is money in* owning as well  as-farming the dyked lands- of the  Kootenay Valley * is furnished by  our old- friend% F. > A. ShriKia, for  the -p-astS fifteen y eara manager of  the First Rational Bank at Bon  nersJ. Fer_y, who gave up _, that  iKwitiyu at the first cf Juris in  order to be entirely free to super  vise the.-e-a_t_.**aiioi- of a couple? of  luindred acres that he owns in at  least- three of the dyked areas on  th������ Idaho _?ide-  Personallyv as -well as through  the ba_!__ft in which he 18 ��������������� heavy  shareholder, no one haa done more  to establish confidence in the  posasibiiities of "these reclaimed  lands, and in setting the local  project as far along as it is Creston  Reclamation Company is to some  estent indebted to Mr. Bhultisfor  the optimism he has always dis  played toward such projects when  discussing the Canadian undertaking with engineers from both the  proyincial and federal governments  ���������who have visited Bonn ears Ferry on  investigational wnrk.  If Valley citiaeus generally will  copy the splendid example of  Bonners Ferry people when it  comes to backing the Creston  dyking project there can be no  doubt as to its success.  named to investigate three pnases  of this matter.    Two  have already  i. "���������*  made interim reports and both the  administration and the -niniste-FS  am plicated got clean hills of health.  As the North Okanagan contest  is the first chance electors have had  to ersprsss an opinion in this con*  nection, as well as on the general  conduct of affairs, this vote is  particularly interesting, and coming, as it does, in a riding: where  the parties appear to he waging  war on pretty much an even foot-  ing.  Iss   connection   with   the   umok  raking done in discussing the cam  paign fund charges is. th������ Is-gislai  aire Conservatives are noc exactly a  unit in approving of such   tactics.  W. J. Bowser,, K.C.,   former leader  of the Coinservative   party,   let his  party thoroughly   understand   this  at a r���������<jS!it meeting in the Victoria  chamber   of  commerce.    He   said:  *���������*<���������.  a 1-    tt-_t* c  ���������__.au   as**  have heen that if X had  been in the ranks of the opposi ion  during the last session that certain  things would not have  taken place  *.������--.-   3SJ   o.l!-*^?. '?-^.t ^ A A   ������������������ ���������'��������� '-mm .���������'��������� -,v��������� ***������,._?���������.  -itcii  ������A_U     _������KC       plM.W������.        JU .      .XM3 X-iO.I  servative party had more of a  development policy, and less of  muckraking and tuudslinging our  party would now be in better shape.  The day for royal commissions has  gone. What people want is a  sensible policy that will develop  oar country and keep at homo our  boys and girls.n  ���������tipei-afeive if-ruit __ia.e-U-nge������ nna aae  accepted the position of sales manager  with the newly-arganis-ed Kootenay  Co-Operative Fruit 8. Produce Assoc:*  ation. ������  In their* recent sad bereavement Mr.  and 'Mra. Satonnelson were deeply  touched by the mrit������ny floral _,-*,suemb-  rances to which the following contrib.  utec.. School. Sunday School, Ladies'  Aid- F������ Rosent Ma>. and Mrs. Humble,  Mr. and Mrs. ft. HurB.Mr* and Mrs. A.  Spencer, Mr. And Mrs; _T.Baten.an, Mr.  and Mrs.T.Hickey, Mr. and.H4rs.*Ga*t-  land, Mr. and Mrs. Larson., Mr. wad  Mrs. J. Johnson, Mr. and Mis. Berg-  greta, Mr. and Mrs, Knott, Mr. and  Mrs. Wood, Mr. and sas's'Wiekhct-sU  Mr. and Mrs. Kolthammer, Mr. and  Mr-Se Kysi-rds Mr. and Mrs. R. Bro������"eH  Mr. and Mrs. A. WesSsrag, Mr. and  Mrs. L. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Searle,  Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Roctgea-s, Mr. and  Mrs. Ealland, Mr. and Mrs, J. Vance,  Mr, and Mrs. M.Clayton, Mr. and Mrs.  VanAckeram, Mr. atad Mrs. B. Langston, Mr. and Mrs.A.Halstead, Mr. and  Mrs. Sfngiiiet. Bar. and Mrs. A. lyeison,  Mr. and Mrs. Hellekler, Mr. and Mrs,  Bot������de Mr-and Mrs. McRobh, Mr. and  Mrs, W. Tru8.tott's*. Mr. and Mrs. Re  Dalbora, Mr. and Mrs. O. Holmes,  Wardner. O. JohnsMui., Bessie HurlB  Mrs. and Lily Cook. Mrs. Demers.MrF,,  and Miss Cross, HoMy Bond, Eleanor  Blair, Mabel Abhott, Vera Lister  Thehsie Vance- K.athleen Clayton,  Mat-tin Nelson, John and Babe Spencer  VanAckeran.  The-Miner complains bitterly of the  wanton destruction of things around   ruttx fc^  its patrons for ereaBfi sssg>  piled during April.  Vernon's new restaurant, the National Cafe, has seating capacity for  100 guests,   it cost $25.QGu.  Xpur  ;_<**S������F-fc*K  bank  Ftocket  used as a  advantages  Money carried in  or stoiesu  nas fiuaiiy  it is easy eo  may be lost  Weekly deposits is. ovx Savi-^gs Bat-Is  ���������will accumulate rapidly. ������  S-S_usli or targe acc-ssssits are vff&tcoEaiSk  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  C_tpl������_a Paid Up-$20,QCO,^OO  Keeecve FuewI $_5C?.OO0;00O  Creston. Branch - B.. J. Forbes* Manage-"  "'._.' _ 4a ^ "'���������*���������..*..''. i   _   .. ' '' ���������   -' "  Pointed Biattejr Wrapi at The R^^  BRTTI  COLTJM  High Water Marks  Word has just come of the addition  of another eon to the family of Bill  Strong, who is no-ay resident at Coal-  dale, in Southern Alberta.  As s. topic of popular discussion  the possibilities of high water  ranks a very close second with the  old standby, the weather. As tho  most effective -way to convert one  to or against the flood water  theory appears to he to recall some  previous year on a' par with 192ST  to date, the Review may be of  some assistance to the prognostiga-  tors by quoting from the official,!  records kept at Bonners Ferry and  v hioh show that a rise of 32.7 was  shown in 1916, with the peak flood  at June 22nd. The latest peak of  the flood .date appears to foe July  6, 1920r when a crest of 2S.5 was  shown. June 5,1913 with a raise  of 29.6 feet, and May 24, 1925, with  raise to 29,4 constitute the two  highest periods outside of the  abnormally high water in 1916,  since the year 1910.  1915 high water appears to have  been the lowest recorded in the  past sixteen years, touching only  15.S feet, and 1912 with a raise to  17.9 feet appears to have heen the  year of tho second loweBt rise in  the sixteen year period.  1911 would appear to have boon  an -unusually early season as the  highest water was noted on May  17, with 1912 showing the same  condition at May 18. In the six  teen year period May experienced  the peak flood in five years; June  had it ten years, and July one  year, 1920,  Mrs. Wearsaouth is just back from  a three weeks* visit with her daugli-  6er, Mrs. Walde,   at Fernie..  'A. Bedry, a one-time resident of  Creston, is now the owner of,.the Geo.  Strong place here. The deal was  closed at the and of the week, the  purchaser taking immediate possession.  The senior school pupils of Canyon  and Kitchener combined for a baseball match with Cresnon high school  nine at Oreston on Friday last, but  came out on the short end of 10 to 8  score.  Canyon was well churched on Sunday, Kev. J. Herdman taking the  United service at tho usual afternoon  horn*, and was followed by H������v. S.  Newby, with an English Church  service.  The.."United Church 'Mission Band  and Comrades ot the Way observed  the King's birthday with a hike into  the hills nt the Lyon runch. There  waas a Large turnout and the day was  thoroughly appreciated, with Jeff.  Knott in charge of s.fi.iiirs.  John Johnson, Leonard Oisen and  Man ford and Arvld Samuelson have  closed a log sawing contract with  Putnam, Palmer & Staples. Limited,  In their recent purchase of standing  timber In the former Alexander  limits   ut   Lister.   They   commenced  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925  Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $77,663,045; Lode Gold, $122,808,459,  Sliver, $74,111,397; I*ead, $89,218*907; Copper $197,642,647; Zinc, 039,925,947; Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,594,387:   Coal and Coke, $273,048,953;   Building Stone, Brick. Cement,  etc.r $44j0O5,886;   making its mineral production to the end ot 1925 show an   ,  Aggregate Value of $920,919,628  Production-year ending December, 1924, $61,492,242 1  .--%    Tlie Mining Lav?s of this Provinca ar������ snore liberal and the fees, lower than those of       "~  any IStherProvince in the Dominion, or any colony iai the British Empire,  Mineral locations are granted to discoverers ������or nominal fees, y      - r  Absolute Titles are obtained by developiug such properties, the security of whioh is  guaranteed by Crown grants.  addressing-  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratss s>y  ������__"_*?  &������S ".-eve:  THE HON. THE-MINISTER'-ojp  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  -a'-.'T-IVTT-ia-S  J.Y_-J.i.^lJQO  N.B.���������Practically alt British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described in some one of the Annual Beports of thie Minister of Mines.. Those -considering mining  in vestments should refer to such reports. They are available without charge on application to the Department o Mines, Victorias* B.C. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources.of information.  Reports covering each of the Six Mideral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application.  Follow the  Line  Lighter Under wear for the  Coming Warm  Men's Suits and Drawers at, each  $1.00  Methods Political  FolKng takes place today (Thursday) in North Okanagan in a  provincial   bye eleoticn      that     is  uUr_iOt3r;j3 r. whole lot of attention  that is not apparent on the surfaco.  The vnoanoy is oauaod by tho  death of Arthur O Cochrane,  Conservative*, and the ridmg,  though nominally Conservative,  had Liberal repteaentatiou from  1(*1������ till   HM4. '  Chief interest   in    tho   outcome  centres im the 'Charga- mado at tho  \mt    neflalfan     of    thn      fogfctrit tiro  THE FIRST  TEN WEEKS .  Cnick Mash  then  N.  Growing Mash  followed by  FIHMERS1 SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MTJRBftLL  Cemhi_aafion . Suits, - Watson's Spring -Neecll������  gives you  wear, comfort and freedom, cut in correct siszjes to fit you,  all sizes, per suit, 1.85 to $2.50.  Watson's Ladies' and Children's Vests  Priced 25c., 80c,, 40o., 50c, and up.  Extra Outsize Vests, fine quality ���������  Ladies' Extra Outsize Combinations  ���������75c.  $1.50  Ladies' Bloomers in White and Feach, 50c. anil 60c.  JL  _5_St  j^mf^Wad^BmWmf^mXM        Wk. ***������**������** _#%  A   ** ���������__������������������'��������� M     B������M */)%. J% m SM ffi% J&   A B%J  PDE@Til___   Ei-ICDP*msm s 55 Zm    ���������  HB-SfiDAE-8'v  Ij'flE^P i Mil   PrIlfcWUMIl I l-LE.   wUmrn-PI I  ttm TED  tmmmnk\m*m ,S)  ���������jL'SSJS   ���������U__-JS5_9'Ja.wsa   __-__s~_Ib������������  **Q.  *��������� ''J____-_' "--'I:*  appea__s  ���������ft**^  OU:  fpr support  QINCB shsr Wmsa the R-td Cross has disbursed over  ^ Seven Millioa 1>gU__cs Jbc tbe Soldiers, Wos&es,  Ch;J-d*CG aud Fsoatiec  3_*s? _?_-cai!aefi a**** f*������*>������*-���������������  About half of this has been spent for disabled soldiers  ���������half |n the other services of the Society about which  you have been.' told.   The Tfsusury is almost empty.  $1,000,000 Needed Now  for Red Cross- Work  The Red Cross brings cheer to our disabled vramots and  their families. It stimulates the children of Canada to  healthy living and good citizenship. Is sslieves suffering,,  aad brings  skilled: attentton to Canada's frontier districts  _������������������������" -        -. -.at __ _. _ _ ~ *   _      .  remote -run- uthei aid.  Its "work is .-.dispensable.  ,������vt������v uuu uuuwuv >.������aa;h%.������s.a  It now appeals to YOU, as a pacts  citizens to contribute ^enacatyiisly to is need for Siads.  Nstioii-^^ide A.**r������eal  2  Canadian Red Cross Society  Send Contrib-ttloEt- to:  B_i-Ssi_ Coxum-na _-"i������-������.oa_. Cane .Kan S_ed Cassis Se_ss__r������  ������2������3 Pencle* Street West, Vaneo-wer. B.C  ^ione  ^vr mm/   ���������<���������*_ <r-_  The surest wa^r of having money  when you need it is to Ojpena a Savings Bank account and deposit stated  sums with regularity. Interest will  "be added every six months* A growing Savings Account will assure you  of money to meet any emergency iii  the future. - * Open aiSaving-a Account  with this Bank. ������  IMPERIAL   BANIC  ������ir  Cf.AtlAN,  CRESTON BRANCH.  ���������������*-_*_  Manager.  nmm***mtmssm  1927  FORD  PR  i nese  ,-__������srsi*c������_i_sc^-c_. ���������������������#���������������������.  Touring--.-.-.- ������������������$603.00  Touring���������Sport���������..������������������ ��������� 710.50  Runabout-.. .-.-j���������- 582.00  Sport Hoadster ��������� 680.00  Coupe   - 754.00  Tudor��������� , 769.00  Fordor - 836.00  Chassis ��������� -.���������~~ 489.00  fLight Delivery  592.00  Xiight Delivery Van-  649.00  Traok  ..���������i  515.00  Truck, Starter ,���������-��������� 585.00  t-uoketell Pasa. .....     70.00  Buokotott Truck--....-...���������.. 100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE SlATION  laaaeggpamnmmmwii  ���������  I  The daareciOTB of the no^,'ly-crga������!_>'  ed __.0utenr.3r Co Operative Fruit and  Produce Association announce . the  appointment- of J- Is. VanA������ake_*������.n as  manags? for !������4������7������ who takes over the  work irnoiedtately.  .John Bowsuan. -who has been cash*  ier at the Imperial Bank for almost  the past two years, has resigned that  position, and is aow district manager  at C.eston for the Monarch Life  Assurance Company,  Mrs. K. S. MeCreath is confined to  her room at present recovering from  the effects of a fall down cellar -which  she sustained on Tuesday evening.  Her injuries while quite painful are,  foruuateiy, not serious.  Financial -Runtx-butions to Lhe Confederation Jubilee celebration are  coming in much more liberally this  I week, and It how looks as u there  woaald be $400 available to assure a  worth while observance of the day.  Mr. Winchcomb of l>thbiidge  arrived at the end of the wt������ek to join  the staff at tbe the French barber  shop. He is accompanied by has wife  and they are at present occupying the  I Oherrington cottage on Hillside Road.  The June meeting of Oreston Board j |  of Trade is called for Tl.esday night,  and all members should be on hand  as resolutions are to be drafted for  presentation at, the Associated Board's  meeting ������*& Trail toward the end of  tbe  month.  O. A. Sang, manager of the Crystal  Dairy, Cranbarnok, was in the district  at the end of the week,' interviewing  some of the ranchers in an effort to  increase the creaaaa supply received  from Creston. Mr. Sang guarantees  top price and prompt payments.  The village council meets in June  session oan Monday night. Now the  electric light agreement b������s been  ratified by tbe niunicaal authorities at  Victoria it is expected action Iwill be  taken to get on with tbe erection 0*  the pole Hue,  ������}sn*i #qu lfdnk ii vsoald he goodhusiness to have sour  APPLE BOXES and APPLE CRATES  delivered NOW; so as io avoid iho rash  iaUf  on?  For orders 'placed before August 1st we will date the  - Invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discou-atflO days from August 1st. 7  _r"^i'_  _  ���������B  HWUnLf iiut_s.i iliy  Roadster and Tours  Coach   ?     _������_v_i 9 W*jS_������ .  __**������       1  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  IU! 1? h T Hit 17torn AMTQ  IVl-k/Vl    _OT_-_#K^_rfi_fl_,_W I &���������  i:i;-:,..;.l-JJ-,"^1"'""-'*'^ - "������������������?{��������������� " ���������������-mwm-mm ,.,i..!i.������,...y>l>lll,.jL.ij  |TRY OUR  -.-   bfoAMRGCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dtsh, easy to serve.  \  Shamrock BrmasHAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all-varieties.  ^BmhyPORK* MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB  miRM&WEAL POULTRY FOOD  iiicronaea ugijf'production,'nntl. produces better poultry.   Buy tho best.  ?#���������;!-,  ,.,1' h  .���������^0%sjm0tsk\  Landau Sedan  867       i-U^ID  _   ���������   1���������V?K  avsav  ���������a' 'S *& _a  *a 19 ^m -a  oadster Delivery ���������   Une-1011   j. ructc���������  All kinds of  Used Cars  For Sale  PREIVtlER   GARAGE  which is to  be put in by  the village.  The usual fifteen cents per head  bounty haar already been collected on  961 crows,- practically all of which  were tbe slaughter of local Indian p.  This account for sn expenditure of  $150. As bupin ess has just  ed   to, brisk ,**p7��������� June    promises   to J headquarters   at  PALMER   &    _-?AXW������t-_;  SERViCE Oti AS^tVTHWG OPEHATCO BY GASOLINE  will be provided from   tbe   postoffic������  corner.    Silver -collection.  The Committee of Bireeison under-  cc!t_*menc- \ the Fruat Marketing-Act will have its  naan  Kelowna.     Vernon  account for at least'double that* outgo.  Joe Vernon _>f Bonners Perry, the  state engineer' supervising dykes in  the Kootenay valley on tbe Idaho  side, was it Creston 'visitor on Friday.  He- has approximately "fifty milea of  dykes' under observation this season  ail of which ore holding well and he is  not looking for? any trouble with the  expected high water of 1927.  R. B. Staples was a Monday and  Tuesday vafaitor here, coming in  frcm Kelowna at the first of the  wtek. He states that Okanagan  point!: are going in quite strong for  tobacco again this year, with pros*  pects of at leastSaaO acres being plant-  to it, an 1027. Kelowna district will  have over 1000 acres off tomatoes.  .... At the Creston riding Liberal convention at Nelson on Thursday  night last it wn������ decided to adjourn  until September before nominating a  candidate. During the summer an  organizer will be at work in the con-  atitutency and everything put in  shape for starting educational work  once the standard berarer la named.  Clnas. Moore got back on Friday  from Wvnndel where he has been  surveying for JaR, Jauncey who has  thi-3 spring maade sales of seven, five  and two acre tracts to prairie buyers.  Mr. Moore states that if the 1027 rush  to set out strawberries * is maintain"  ed for the next two years the pre  cooler at that point will need to bo  enlarged to handle the 1080 berry  crop.  B. H. Gate, of Vaucouuer, the tAbor*  al candidates In West Kootenay last  Snptember, Is expected to reach Creston toduy (Thnratlay) for ft two day  otay fiuntllarlzing himself with the  Roclnmatlon Company's dyking plans  and will then proceed to Ottawa to  ntra.igthen nut some details that are  holding up the letting of the. contract  for this important work. Ho will take  peart, In the opening coremonloa at the  pre cooling plant at Wynndel tonight.  Trinity United Ohuich Ladles* Aid  are having an Ice cream social and 11  varied programme of entertainment,  Including the Maypole, outdoor apoits  and musaal numbers at an opening of  R, A. Comfort's new burn on Wudnot.  day evening, Jutao 15th, raommonclng  at <B oVlook. Lunch i������ every style  will bo  oerved.   Free   transportation  is very sore at being overlooked.  V. A. Shultis, for many yeaars president and manager of the - First  National Bank at Bonners Ferry,- has  resigned that position to devote all  his time to looking after farming  several hundred acres he owns in the  dyked at eas in Idaho.'  L8&M ami  New Stock of  Harness...  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm mWsM������^lb������S������������  Shoe and Harness Repairing  NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION ACT  R.ao. Chapter 118 |  Tho Crouton Ktoolnmation Oampatay, Luiattod,  horoby sIvob notice that th<oy have, under  Section 7 of the Bald Act. derpaBritod with, tho  MiniBtoar of Publlo Worka at Ottawa, and  in tho offlco of thu District ttctflfitrar of tho  IjA-nd ttoKlntry DlBtrlot of Kootenay. at NoIboij.  B.C.. a dofloTlptlon of tho elto and plana of Unit  No. i for thoRcclamatlop of tho Kootonay.^Flat-  near OrOBton, B.O., paroposc-l to ho unlit by  thora.  And toko notloo that af tor tho expiration of  ono month from Aha rtatoof tlio flret publication  ot tills notloo the Crcnton TCeolaniatton Comn-  nny, Limitod, will, tindoar fitootlpn 7 of tho. uaad  Act, apply to tlio MlniHtor oC Public Works at  hlfi aflloo in tho Oltyot Ottawa, for tho approval  of tlao cuitd alto anal plana, anil for leave* to con-  otruct tho uaid Rooliunatlon -works..  Di*U}_l at Oi-ooton, S.O., thlfl *28th day of May.  ,0W'CRESTON RM01.AMATiqN COMPANY,  UmitaBd.  JPer A. Ij. MoOULLOOH, Aeont,  Dato of flret paiblleation t������ Juno 10,1027.  GOVfcUKatNl LiliuORAuT.  Notice of Application for  Consmnt to  Transfmr of B������������r i.������c������ri������_*  Notloo lu lieroVy ������l ven that on tha 10th diuy  ot Juno noxt, the ukidoralfmad lntondii to nppljr  to tho Ijlquor patrol Boiutd for connoial of  tmnnfof oar Ikeor 1/oonaift No. dm. lanuod tn urn-  poctof pronialiiOH lnjiiitf imrb of building known   v ...t       ^tofo'itMrto at������almo,Dritlah  Fnireianl  Northe  uh Uao Northern I!  Columbia, upon tho lantln den^irllied an T-ot������S      J   ' Tali     -" "    ~"     "   -It       imbt...  Dnualao, Gibbon to Krn������Hft  u  nnd <1. iaio^le'4, Hainan 1V>wnnlt������������. Map (122, Nolaoi  l4.nrt Itoitliitratluiii Jtalutrlct, in Uio Provlnoo '  - - - ^   Oo������!     -        - "     ���������   ��������� -  llrltlflh Cohij-nbia,  from        ,    '  , jn p  '-     - -     -- "���������  an  Albort Olbnon  and  it John Bum mom of  l>ated at ia^lino/H.t3.,'WiiH ftwl day o  1.11N Bat' JOHN HC JW  nf Ma.]*-,  MifiiiK  . SYNOPSIS OF .  LANOAcriionims  S>Rl������-S^PTIONS  Vacezat, -os-rssorveiS;- ������urv������3rwS  Crown lands ___ay ho pro-������ar-_ptea3 by  British embjecta over lo years of a*������,  aiad by aUeue o_i declt*_rii-0 intention  to become Britis!. subjIeot-L condi-'  tlooal -apes rsalSeae^ oooupatlon,  and imparovezaient for t-jrlcultaars-l  puarposeo.  Full *-ax-sr_ta_.t^a con--^-%l--_r re_ra-  Is-tions resardlna? pre-emption-, is  given In Bulletin No. 1, X^and Borioaa,  "How to -Pre-ampt X-and," oopi������a of  whioh can be obtained free of diar_to  by adaareB*sia-_t tha S>apa!rtaaes_t of  I-aai-Us^ Victoria, B.CX, or to any Ckav-  ernnnst-t A������������*at.  Beoords will be granted covering  only land suitable for aenicultural  purposes, -nnd which Is not tlmb������r-  Ii-nd, i^, oarrylnff over. 6.000 board  .ft-4-& _>er acre *?r������st of t!*_o Coast Ras-sra  aisd 8.000 fad- par Mro.ea."; oi thac  - Starage.  Appllcatloan* for paf*-emptlons ar������  to be addreasaaad to the Ximd Coaaa-  miHBioaer of the S-aad S&scordtns Division, In which tho .--ou ������_}p">������S ==-  is s.tu&ts-S, -U-d care :_-&&������ oa *c_4nt*������S  forma, copies of whioh can ha obtained from th* I_and Comaaaisalonor.  Pr������-*emptlona -mus. be occupied for  flv* yc-urs cm<i -Lmprovamcntei made  to vialu������ of 910. per &ore. IncIudLnB  olcftHnp and oulttvaunjr at least five  -voreaaa, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  J-cmd/*  ���������       PURCHASE 0  Applications are received for .pur*  oboes) of v&cfia_t and unreserved  Crown lands, not being Umberland,  for t_4_-icultuaral purposes; minimum  prioe of firot-olase (t&rable) land Is %&  per (tore, mod eeoond-clana (r-rraxlnrv)  land fS.SO per acre. STurther infor-  matloa rc_r*xraita_; ptirohauae or leasa  of Crown lands lo Klvon In Bulletin  No. 10, S__uid Beariea, "Purchase and  Xje-vae of Crown L-ands."  I Mill, faotoary, or Induetrlal altea on  timber land, not exceeding* 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditional Including payment of  ���������tumpeare.  1 HOME8IT-.   LEAQES  Utuiuarveyed -ureaa, not exoeedlng- 30  aorea, may be leased as homesitee,  uo-i<-iiioKik_l upo.a u dweIUu������r bclnc  ereotod In tho flrarit year, title being  obtainable after residence and improvement ocmdttlone sure fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  LEASES  For m*aa.lng tana   industrial    pur>  pocioe areaa not exceeding G.O acre.  may be leased by one person or  _  company.  QRAZING  _ Under the Qr-usiner Act the Prov-  inoe Is divided Into ������reirinflr dlstrtctt  and the mnire administered under 0  Qrattner ������. Commiseloner. yAnnuaJ  frraslna permits are issued based, on  numbers amnered, priority beiaiir tjtvmn  to establiahea owners.. Stoclc-ownert  may fown cuMsoclatidns ��������� for ��������� ranK#  maniMrement, Free, or perttiaiy free,  permit* are available for settlers,  ["���������yy-y*.1-* SJZi. tfs.**.'**:!"?-';-*?, vj*s *.f������ +mm  head, ��������� ���������  -'��������� ���������,".,' - maro!  TfcTjr*. mm xsr v  -uhju. V'-uu. yy j  .*-������-���������������-am c*rw*"-*vr  %J������*JhiOJL\JJL,it  X>.       \J������  J*������. Just.  s^Ss.S wc  3,1*^ COjl&"  U     fel  MM     _���������  v*s_r_j-n_^_ri  A #_y_j_reM-ra_r_rtf*������ \m  best container for tea.  253 -   ���������      **-���������������;.    mm .    _ -a*  nows mm ivianiess i racttor  Spectators Marvel at Machine Used  in Tsst N'ssr Lincoln Nebraska  A "manless" iractor. control I<m lay  an elect He device, plowed a ft old In  Nebraska^ same^ssfulU bpfmo a ''"-o-wd  of   fa ran res, "pro feasors   ol* agriculture  M S^/S fi-^.rBr'g*" - . *���������_  I anal business men.  >���������      .-        - -   ,  -  .;      i'!t-.;iiui<<u   oy  n  j eopt     when     t)ia������  j plowt tl  aai  make  iiii*i������iiai    iiutni.     ex-  ilrsL     lurnvw     was  a     Ktiido     tow.     1liai  -_a_--- jis good tea  _______-a~������-_,*_rrrA_aara-������-r������_s_r_S___ "^_-__������-**-  lMTan������TX7 f"������<s*~������l������*_=-*4   r\T*i1t7  104  machine,     equipped     with     an     aulo  malic guide invented  b.v     F.    J..     VA  bach,   of   Graaad   Island,   Neb.,   plowed  a   3d-aere   Hold     oia     the     College     of  Agriculture   Uia-ni  of     I In-    llnivorsity  oi' Nebraska, near Lincoln.  The   I a*s������olor   runs   in   an    iire-juiar  * A   W ���������          ill >__������������*???������ MgSMllt^  circle,     rounding     the     comers.  Kx-  jeept. lot   replenishing tha- ua jolitm ana  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by pjiysicians for  Colds       Headache  .    Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia      "Toothache       Rheumatism  j  nniyS NOT AFFECT THE HEART S  JL iae Otiier r'ello-v^ s ^/i  lewaomt  oai,   it   necals  do alteaatioat.    The  oluc  trio control stops  ihe  machine  jdiouhl  ii    leave   the.    furrow,   and   when   tlio  W(������rK  i-< eonipleled.  The tiiMMition Jla-st was tried "an  Ifilil, /.ihaeh said. TiriaaR ol* ridliig  a plow. ho ;ai inched hN device tt> his  li-iu-tair. allIt'd aha*- machine with gasoline aaaal  turned  it   loose.  _  Swollen Joints,  i  Quickly limbered Up  SXL  ������_a Mejrviliiie  '"> In titfsfyeaty Of Canada.'"* Diamond Jubilee, when. the thoiights of its people  are l>t"iiigc ttihied backward sivty years and they contt^arptatCi! ������-He truly  ina.avellotts efhange thai lias in ken place, one i?i-eal lesson, ana! the ��������� oai islanding achiasvement of Confederation, staa.ds out pie-oariiitenrtly..};��������� A?yveS-tew of  .flu.' yx-aa*s clearly detraotistrsiia^s a.hai Canada's material jiaxsivilt and dovolup-  haeiat JaaV^e gbeeai aiaade possible b^-caiisa. to am t-v*"!- iiatwat-iaii; **xlt>ait as  Ilae yours have Tjasst-tl, t.h������ aieojalo oi alio nonunion Um visas? cult aval ed?t sa������ii-aa  of  sood-'A'itl. tbwrard   oacli   oiisoa*.  ? C'oiafV'doi'atioai luid lUstna- -ola.s!ados lo tPaiioti*. av.3iiv'������������������'iliftlf'tittio'" i'> ss'i'o"--1  'ifeome. playsioal, geog-rapiiioal. alnaiacial. but alio ono lu'obiena lhat had to be  'jsolvijtl. and ;������������������-��������� ���������Taaliajj wisu*1a all oahors could not be ?su'rin<vun|:e,d; f was .' is]  '���������aaa'liievea maaoii oi alio iavo a*aoes. Froiaoh and Knjirllsb spoakiaagyto oaoato  U I'evliiag oa" rospooi .-end f������lt-i-aiion for rack oliaev oa*-. tho pari ol "Roman  X'afsaoUc at.d.i-*a-ott'slaiif. Ta, a iai'go oX'oaii this? lias booit.-uooonipSishfd. aaad"  to ia   Canada today tawt's ias si.ivugih :tmi j>a*oHjVoriay.  Tho ciaizerisliip of Canada ������-aaa x-oxitior no naoa*o tit.iins������ or vaHuibh* sei-vioo-  :to slu-fa* couaarry. oan itaakv  jirogtoss. ihaia to fan tlier dovelop alats S3������ia*ii of folea-aaape aaad .good-will.;  ";t>i".iv- by so doha.^ can peaoo bo sisaaiiiaiuod and saril> oliintiaatod I'roaal our  ji<id.-i : only so can eit>o;i\>- c<a-oj������ei'ataon be iviaiailaniard: an tlio naaanteaaance  ' ,-_.nd (iovolojiauoaij of snoli ivlaiions alono t-an "bo 1'ousad iho osseairials or  a .true   ������aii6aa?.  spirit:..?: f *'....    '?.  Stiadynis oondatiou^ 'in othor  oonuti'-aosyono  as  hai>py to note in  Canada ; jhio,  *vv1air>h   is     sold     ovor\ wlaere  Ilotlay an alasoiaoo of ahoso sii^ajdoioris, bitter teolings. nml lack of appreciatioar'f largo 35 cent bottles.  yof alto opinions ov orhoas. -*\Ua<-h ������ppeaa- rather general iai othor lands.    This?; _---_: y.���������   is nor  io say  Lhorf is an oasirv absonoo of siioli anfiYiosiiios in  Caaaada. Thevf-f Ancient Canoe Uaaearthed  ^Accept   only   <fBayer"   package  which contains proven directions.  Handy-   "finyer*'   *b**������3:es   of   12   tablets  W - Also Lotties "of 2r_ aiad lOOf���������^Druggista.  Ani>ir:������ ts Uxe irade n>srk t r*clst*i*dt In Can ad a a of Bayer Manaifaetnre of Monoacotlc-  ���������cldeHton of S������t!ryaicai-irt (Aoetyl Salicylic Acid, "A. S. A."). Whil������ It is weia known  -bat Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, lo sK-U^t the jiulUic asaJnat imitations,  Hie Tablets  n.'Bay,;';   Coxuuany   ^arlAl   b������  ������taiwwd   with    frh^aT-   q,<.r,^r^|    tratte   warle-   thi.   "Bajfi?- OaTOS?!."  I  "Yon %vcmld bo saarprisot[ at alio woaa-  derful action of -"Nerviline" in histy  siacla. cases. 1>(dng llain and "'d an I  oil pioiiaa-ationrit is able to peiielrate ]  iiuickly. and down it siims into the!  jio groat������M* Jubiloe ooatrilnia.ion io iis-wolfare ;unlS'tis'sttesv cari*yan^ its lioalinar.. sootlaiaag ;  [.action wherovor it g:oeH. Foa" stoppiaa^.i  ] tauisc-iaJai- in- laei-ve pain, for casiaaR- a !  j, si iff joint. Noi'viline. is a coaiaploi.o \  j success... Pain, KoreJiess, stiffness all ,  I vanish before tlae naagic power of this  I woiadori'ni linhaienL Nearly fifty 'j-carfe'i  success "proves i.hei inorii  ofNorvf-i  in-i  Aeroplane Seryice to MJraa&lFiasId ,���������;-  A a-e^ula r aiirj|������laiio... service botweiMa  Lao dla iSoaaiiei and Loiig and l������ico  Lakes is "Iaeitas iiiultrialioia iilii.<;.fsjii*~ihjf.s  hy the YVesfern ('aaiada? is,ii*\vay's. "'.rhe  triis -will he neyot.lalod in si5 3iaiiiui.es,,  as 3������sainst iiua>e a.ia-> s by Gaaipo.'The  iaaaaagaaratia;ai of ii" daily- liaall service  to those mining fields is uiadea* eon-,  sialeration by the (Iravoiaaineaat.  .i^eg Newspaper Unj������i8  or  d"������  prevail 'to so^iiio  oxteaii, l>air  the ���������"'better; aio~bler, -loftiei- amis of "Miaa-kind?"  hw tipperniosL ;  For exaaaijile. if th'# Russian  pooaalo desire a  communist   foijai of govi'ni- ;  nii'iit." t ha.i  is their own baisiness aa*a<l  Canada  anal  Britain hive  no desire   io ;  iaiert'er<?.     Sut   Kaissia   should   cfcispiay   ahe   same ,att it iuU> 'towards    other ;  couat������i-ies.  aiad  not   try   l-o   subvert   the   eisizeras   ol   arh-ndly   c-otantries   froan  loyally   to   their   respective   governnaents.     The   diselosiiares   a.hat   Ttiassia   is  la^iiaax   ihe   diplomatic  iinnaiutiry     accorded     h������M*    repiesenlati. es     hy  .-other  coiiniries in an  eiifleavor to oven la row their  foa'nas-- ol   goveni'iaeiii  is revo'U-  iiij?  to I'very sense of decency and fairplay.  While <leidoi-irtpr some of the methods adopted to pronaole. nalio'nul feel has  in China, one cannot but sympathize ./viI h alio aspiialions ot ihe Chinese-  people. -Foa-eign-.-.Kills mnsi be respect -ed in Chiiiii us in other countries,  haa i li^a*e should be no interference in China's a-igrha lo itsell deterniine 51s.  national life and fairiiis of ,a:overnuieiit. Oaie can perha]is better apfireciate  and syanpatlaize with siav Cuineae viewpoint if we coaald visiiAli/.e Bnddhist  priests< establishtiiK missions ihrouglaotat YVestern Caaaaala and opening  Sunilay schools to le.aeh our children the aeraels of. the Buddhisi reliKioh.  >V(������uld  Hie Chrisiian I'lanrches of Canadi acquiesce iaa tlais??-  Oi- imagiaie, whole sections of Vancouver. Victoria, and oilier cities set  a.siale as Chinese or Japanese conaessioias \vhea*eiaa their laws pdvea*nod -and  i.heia; trade was siapa*eme. Woaald Canaaliaaas accept such a state of ui'l'airs'.  Ban her. d_������ we. not'evea. object to indiTiduail Clainese a>,n<l Jaapiaaaese.-qonipeiini?  ou I'veia terans with out  own people?  Itel'erence is .aautde id these. a-atlaer slroiif; cases, not to |iass jnalg-iiaent in,  a-oKiird lo them, hut to point the nioa-al of this arli<-)e, viv...'.thai *\vha1 is  laemled   in   the   world   loday   is -more   s.anipnihv   and   less   hitlerness;    more  tolerance   and le^s   iirejiulice;   niore   ivspeot   for  a;ad   less   suspicion  of each  oihtir:   more co-operation  and   less  striving nt   ea-oss  purposes.  Aaail AAhat  the whole world -aaeeos is what 'Canada oop-hi, in  this Jubilee  yeiii-.   dedicate   itself   to   ai-hievu   1<>   the   fullest    doKi'eo   l'oi   our   oavii   peoide  aiud   I "omanion.     Bespect   for each other's  oplaalotts  and   oonviclion^.  a-eco^aii-  tion  of the other  fellow's  koiiiI qualities,  a   A\'il|infiiicHs  io at'ioet  oiIkm-s  hall-  way  iu the solution of tronaniunity   a tad  national problems, a reali/aa ion that  wo all are Canadians wilh n common interest in tlie Dominion and its welfare  ami a eoniaaaoaa duty aiad resimnslhHiiy io it  to dlschnrKo,  . ��������� .       ���������   ��������� . ,��������� ' .��������� , - .,,.,������������������-���������������      ��������� --��������� ������������������  An oak canoe, iai no feet loais*;. and j  estimated to he from four, io ien i  thoaaaaaao. ;yeaa-3 old, has been ttnearth-  et! on tlie soailti bank of Hie Riveiy  Tyne, near ByUmf It is in an excel- !  lent s.tttte of itreservat ion, and has;  been .placed, in the Hancock "Museiini  .Newcastle-oh-Tji;e.  Spends .Ninety-EigKlh  years   ayof   iiiiiintnIniiiK    he   wias    loo  ��������������� J.L i ���������       I> * ' 0,<i   lo   ,:"''"   ,,u'   '*v'������*,(l-     ���������At   the  lime  -.lilhday  m   rnson j h(l   AV.IS   ������,.���������,,.���������,.,���������,   ,ht.   rnur<   lt,M  him lhal his a������e ailone hail -saved  hill) from I lie Kitilmvs; Sinca' 1 hen  the ,tiidi*e nnd most of Lhe "Jurors  hiive died, hut "Old Chsii-lie." hull'  blind, feeble ami .bowed wilh his  years,  has cIuhk Jmiaelously to life,  lla> pullers iii-onnal the prison  yni'd wilh''no KUiti'd molesiln������' laini  iitad no prisoner IntrudliiPf upon his  drr'ainliiK. At idiapel Hi'i-vlces aiul  I'm* th������������ weekly niovle "Old Charlie"' han a. 1'iavoreil .seal In the i'rtml  row,  It Will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds aae  the commonesa. aihneh4s of niaiakiaad  ! and if neglected may lead to serious  ! coaaditions. -J.aa*. Thomas" Faded rio*  I Oil Ayill aelieve the broJachial passages  | oi' inflammation speedily auid tho-  i. roas'Khly anal will slreaigruen llaoro  jag-.'iiaisi saabseanaojai attack. And as it  ; eases the inflaninaai ion it wail usually  jstop the. coii^la^ beciime it allays ihe  i irj-3Union in tlie throat. Try it and  : prove it.  Paper   Milk   Bottles  \      As  a   subsii'ule  f������������r  Kl:i.srf  bottles,  a  : l.oiidon   dairy     is     usini<    containers  jiiaale   of   a   stout.   la*aiisp!'i-'i*-n.'    pa|ier.  ; .When tliey are filled, they are brouKlu.  . ioy>Mher   in  the   J'or."ii   of   n   cona������  ami  soale<l  avi111  a   niolal -clip.   The break-  : njyve   aaaal   loss   of  Klass   aire   saved   by ;  Ihis   plan,  aiad   lhe   paper   bottles   lira'  easily   manufacture,)   and   sterilized.  Miller's Worm INvwders are lhe  medicine   for  children   who  are   found  ���������'saalTerliiK* 1'i'Otn   the   t-avases  of  worms.  They immediately aher the stomachic  ��������� conditions  umh'i'    AvliU:h . 1 he    worms  suhsisi   iind driva" them  friiin  the' sys-  , lean, anal, al the same ll'lie. they are  lonia-al In iheir elTeel xi|)on lhe aliK-es*  live nr-iiins, resioiin^ Lhein lo health-  ful operation mnl tMisuriniC Imnnitiity  from Itirihor ilisaardei'.s friuia such a  en use.  New Hotel For Moose Jaw  Conamunity Hotel tofScve Weii-to-tib  Tourist Traffic  The Comnauaiaty Fiotel ' ih Moose  Jaw, now in process of ���������oa-Kanizsttiori,  will be live sjt.ories in height avii h a  I'rmaiaffe of-75 feel on Main Street  find :i.25'. feet on Cordova Streef. It  will cost ai-o'und;i.$;-".5ti,000. The build  ing has fbeen leased tor 20 yesars by  tlae --"���������' A ssocaai >a?t C'ahfldiaiai ^ tot els,  J4*������iiiaai, , V'iincouvei-, who will cater  parti<.*iilaa*ly to tl;e; in^ttsing well-to-  doytoairist��������� ia*alli������, a\:akitig Moose .law  a stage in its passag-e to the Rocky  Mountains and the Pacific Coast.  WEAK, LISTLESS  Need Such a Tonic as Dr. Will-earns* Pirtk Pills to .Restore  '?;:?^:v ��������� f':::"::Health,,,,,,^'  When  a garllri  heryteehs" -becomes..  pale? and  sallow,  esaieciiilly��������� lif|at   tlio  sahie   tinae   sl'a'"6   sffows   iiVclinMhan   to  , l.hV:?������a,kil>--;?a^  \ iaoivyto lier woavk or staVdiife^siae needs  [j)a\? Wiliiiixiasf    Pink    Pills,     a     totaio  v V^ i*;.:|:wlaiciar*dia-ec?tly ?5������ml     siie'ciflcally     coiv  a*ec!s? the   ce>nrlitio!i   from   which   she  ;.is? suffprang. ��������� .A chemical   analysis  ol  i fhehlcioal of such ;<; girl would show  it  to. be .dofitdenf   in  jus I.  the  eleanents  DryWilliaaftis" ?^m3C?TOls   ^aiiysupply-  -ijart':-^h\.itn'al.vj3i.^  of- the ? tilciaodyi is   not  ia eta 11 ii tl���������t! i<a pi J V s i < ��������� ii 1 ' s 11? h s  a Fe* p 1 a. i u.  A.mpns  these   signs- ate   a   pallor   of  lie ^laeeljs and  lips, .dark,circles  on  j der  eyes,  easily     tia'ed     and     hrealh-    ,  less 'a ft" of  kii Rltt"' g^a-ttdtir Poor "appetite.  lieada?che;  and   sometimes 1aint>  inK spells follow;  ofteii. the .piitie.til.is  nervous   and   Is   startled   at  lhe   lea-it?  rioise.    iai ? al I    i-un-clowaa    cond i l ions-^  there is no other toaile will -.build  you:  up   soapiickly   aaaal   so ' surely   as   ih'-f  VViliianis'   Pink  Pills.     The   statemunt>  of   Miss   liorolhy   lAviaiblin,   Hush    ls-i  iaml,   X,'*?..   will   bring   hope   to   other?  weak. -14Iris.    She says:- --'.'1 wish  froan:  my  heai-t   1 .eonld  n.".'isuade every  per-f  A Smart Sc'hooltune Frock  sa>n   who   a������  in  a   run-down   condition;  "Lifer"    Who     Refused    Pardon    Has  Served Twenty-Seven Years  ������������������(dal Charlie" l.indwall,' ilia- ohlosl  prisoner Iai .Tollei I'eniteiii i.uy and  pu.-,-il>l\ ihe talalcsi In llo^ c.omili'.v oh-  ser-M-ii liis aahiol.\-ei_ihili Idiihilav just  as lu- haal observed every aaaih.>wtoiae  since llhiffa and lm probably wilt observe everv anniversary unill he ri"  oehes   the   pai'iloii   oi'   da-til II,  l.indv.'.-iJ),  :-,enli'lHi'd     lo     the     penl  ta-ullary   for  lire     In     I'.HMl     lor    hiui'-  iler.    whli'h    lie    rflw.ays    tleuied    I'lilli-  tn!*:-������t*.i������,      refu'-'i-il      p'li-ilon        n      few  FARMERS!  Mtnnr-d'8     in     i*no<l      for  Kiiaiaas        niul        ruhiir  iy-i-p  a   hnl (l<-   hamlv ,  <'olla',  holl.s,  .Mistress    <lo   deparliiii^   ami hi who  las     :islc������>d      I'or     a*   rel'i>i*������'iice) "(If  course, Mary. I .sliiili, have io ladl .Mrs.  Ilriiwia   of   your     uneonirollithle i>>ui  Scit-nlists are oniloavoriaatf to de-  lermini' when oi .iliyalliMi began.  Tlwy aaaiuhl'ulrto put In u Utile liiiao  aletiu-iniaaitm* wlaeaa it*is Kolnur 1i������ he-  Kin npialra.  Childreia Cay  a  Practical -.ye I. decidedly smart rs this  atlraclive one-pie.ca' fro������dc having Ihe  lwo:pieoi*-'effect. The hoxphiited shirt.  is joined io the bodice anal the sh-eve.s  may lie long and Kathered to aaa crow  wi-ist.-hanals, or short. A hecomini*;  acrttaad collar flnhhe.^ tlie neck and a  t.riaai belt fastens with a buckle in  front. No, Mini is in sizes (5. S. Id and*  12 years. View A, size S, remilres i  yard oil-inch plain .material, und 1'"���������������  yiirals liKUied. View It, size !*', roil u Ires" II-'h yards *.'!)-ii.eh. or -J yards  r������ t-incla plalat niatau-ial, and H yncd  Hit-inch com rasi iiit>. Price LMi cents  llu*   pa.l torn.  Home sewltiK lulriKs aiiota clothes  with I n't he reach of all.aiiaal lo follow  the anode is ihdiuhl I'atl wheal II. can he  .done- so easil.a and - tH'.nui.tiiiic.iilt.v by  I'ollowiiiK 'lu- styles piiduiiMl in our  aaew Kashlpai ,lhia>l(. A chart ace.oiii  pia uy iui? each pit Herat ivhow.s tlae'taia '  aerial as II appaurs when cut out.  l'lvi'iy alt at sail Is a-vplalmd so that the  liiMNpoi'loaicod sewer citu uiaUe Wltli-  Olll    dllllcu'ly      Kb      11 11 I'll fl llVe      tll'llSH.  Price of i ho book, 10 <v'������iiIh the copy.  How To Order Patlerns  Adda-ess    ��������� Win 111 p<������tt'1, NevvsjmpiM' Clilon,  17.r������   McHeraaiot  Ave..  ^'Ituiipe������  ito ������lve   l)r.  Williiint.*'*   Pink     Pills    al,',  trial,    About a ye at :ifj;o I was, a weak"  , Kirl      Kiiffa.M-iiu,'      fro-n     ^impoveiy shed-  blood    anal   n    raan-clowiV' ssyst^ur^witli;  , main' 'of   liuv itl.Uiaaaiiaiti . sy;iupi.oitt's.      I  had often  read of Da*, Willi anas' Pi nit  i Pills  and  decided  to. falco, ihepi,i and  j after   usliiff  six   boxes   f   J'ocU   a������   welt  anal -strom-   as   <-x*>r.       Dr.  Williams'  ,PliiU Pills  will  be any  standby  lu   Iho  ! fu.iura-  ir ever  any  blpml   needs   build--  iiHV up titfsilu, und   I  shall .always  Iind.  ploasiii'aa    in   VL'UuiiutiendiiiK, them    10  | ut hers," '������������������  You   can  Rid   tlta������st>  pilh,   I'a-ona   youi"  drtiRtflst. or' hy anaiil at ,r������t) ceaits a box  froan   Tha"   Dr.  Williams'   Medicine Cov,  Ua-ockville;, OnU, . ,   .  , ll'-s the  world to  I'oa-KtM.  ano.sl   tlinioul,'   IhlnK   in   tlm  I'or Kid.   whiit   you   win it,   to  w    4s.   i;  ii>hi:(  per."  '.      M.i ay     ''iiiaulc     .voai     vera nui^-h,  I "Mum.     It'll   p'nip--  inal'e   'or  mind   'au  i I"m  11 ml <i'f."  Scruhwonian (relatitiH her iidven  lures to i< iml-dahor)--Shi* suys lo  ine, " * "N' * * 11 aln'l no litit.v." ,^o I ben I  h'a>H \i������ hot-, "Tiau in-'-allii'b iiuii;e au  I Inllrnuilnry." ami lnini-t her one In i ho  siaool, and tliey carls her "off hi an  amb'hinee  'Cane sunburn with Min^rd"- Liniment.  Especially  Prepaa'ctl   for Infants     ''"n'"'"   No''  and Children of AH Agea  lyioiherl      t'"ti-n-he:*.i     Citsltn-ia     lias |  latM'ii   In   use   foV    iU'i   ;i'i   years  lo' relieve babies nnd c|l, drtui ul' Constipation,     Plutuli'iioy,     W'laitl     Colli!     and  Diarrheal;   allii,vln������   FoveiiHl>lion>t  tlrls-  Inj';  thei'il'rom, ami.  hy vfKlilatllia^  liny  Stotiuiirh ami   Itosvols,  uhbi  ihe, iishIiu- j  Ihilioii   of   l������'ooi|;   K-viliK , laaliuul   hIih'P ,  wiiiu^tu opiiiien; ',  The   Kotiulne In ar;;  iilntiu ItH'e of  ������l/.o.  NiUlie  ���������J'aiwji  m   m  m  t   ���������  ���������   m ���������        ������t   .  PlneapploH may ba^ raided by 1.110  hundred thousand without ultr.u-'InR;  si>a'ciiil   iilienliou,   hananuH   lire   worth  a  lew eon is a niim-li, niul onnino-i nrti  a.i choiip  aui  the  weut i-oaiil, of Afrh--..  Mln.nd'rj   Liniment  la. iol������abl������.  mm JLXX-CJ  -*TT.tn'an**i-.'in'tar  XXSU V ZV������U aV V 9  X*.     -U,  ������p !��������� J>i I, i -i i  w������_ _*���������������*��������� _���������*���������_���������_(������  at  aatr  s^*a_** Mur-uriA v    ������___ s.S_i> S_s  AGREEMENT IS TO  ^_r%i d% j^ ������ AWST  KUGAll-  ������_xper_������!ei-L ^was a  ire  WOIflJl BFfvWlP  cle-'i ",  the '  'Ottawa.���������The/Governsrioral, has  elded lo "iermlnale imaaie'daately  trade agrer-.menl with Russia, il was  announced following si lengthy .meeting of the cabinet council.  Premier   King,   Iia   ma King   lhe   an  nounceanem,.dec(iared this action laad  been ' deeaded   upon   after II   lull   dls-  New Zealand Lost Heavily in Attempt  to   Control   Price  of Sutter  Vancouver.���������New    Zealand's    futile  attempt  to  fix  tlie pa-are of butler on  the   I^ondon   maaket  and  the  boycott  by   liOiadoia   bujoa-s   of   more* than   a!  'million   boxes,   or   roughly, "*56,<KM������.O00 |  pounds5, * a bait   avcre   aUo'wed   ta_a.ee u- j  mulale In   cold   sforase   in  Britain in    ������Han-trade- eoaannisssioners  hi lk-iLuha  .:ANAl)IAN Tn^ws,  ���������^era. s-_. - ������_ __^-=T _-_"��������� _-��������� _��������� *������        ������ A ;_.<-, -. ess" ������=s  WiTHJRSTAIN  London.��������� -"! ahi here to visit Caaia-  ciasstoaa of the-' situation created  through the decision of' the British  tkAernmeiai io si'vci- its relations  wilh Soviet Russia tevldence iaa the  hands of* the Canadian <  made it elestr.  the   Premier  1st ih������ short- ' am* on-the conlinent and to aco.ualot  age ot butler supplies in Canada t\tir- '  any&elf more fully   with  tho possibila-  Would Send Boys to unada|^|| |^ UgS^SiKVE  ��������� Isle oi Mai. Has Scheme for Community   Seiticmaerr.  izV DomiTiivO '  Montreal.���������Canada   t������   Ilae   eonniry  to  which   fhe   Esle  of   Man -is   looking  for  the seUletnent- o'f her yout-h, said,:  J. n. CroohaU. J. P., mayor of Douglas '  and  member   of  ihe.   House  of   Keys, I  who  leached   :Uon1i������-au   on  the  White  ...MAD EfllPQE  I_f^l"������-jr^IV ___.VS-_-._-. UmVi  m FAR NORTH  Nov   York.   Jtf.-Y.���������The   outposts   of  Stai* liaa~er Doric"l3 "e^* Vest the' rste { civilisation^  in _ Uio   Canadian   Arctic  ing the past five indnths.  The-action" of Hriiish merchants in  buying bit Her from Argentine, Australia and Canada, -.vhile leaving Now  Zealand's priee-eonlvolled s������oad<s  severely alone, withda*ew from Canada  heavy siippih's thai normally would  hate   been   available     for    home     re-  vei*na������ent! qufr������knseut.s,   IL   is   .said   here.  ���������aiid^tlial!     As   a   result, .Canadian   butler  deal-  certain see'ions of Lhe agreement ' er.s have beeaa fcerainhllng for iaaime  between Canada, aaad ilussda had \ diute recpiireiueiit lor months, pick  been    viol sited    by  j. ties the markets hea*e offer for Caiia-  dian products," lion. James -Malcolm,  Canadian miiaisler or trade aaad commerce. 1old newspapenneaa in aai in-  tei'view, lie added ihat he was moa*e  particularly desia-ous of increasing  int^r-liTtnpiie trade, of w3aich bo had  been a consLant ad\ocafe.  . Tlae minisler menlioned ihe grant  of $100,000 made by ihe Canadian  govoa'ianient for advertising Canadian  goods   in   Britain.  To  secure  the best  wilderness" have, beeh asked by radio  to *atat the Harvard University Ob-  servaloi-y in observing oai Jaane L5  the first li.ua!- eclip-se eSiic���������! 1892. Ob-  servers   iaa   the   northern   country   in.  of Maai- has about 400 boyf*- leaving  school at ihe-age of 1'4..-' A.proposal  is afoot to a*aiso Lb? leaving age to  13, iolfowing which llaelslaiatl authorities would give llieni a con rase of  I training for one year  to tit   them for | lh������ region of Chesterfield lalet. Bear  fjalie. Rampart llonse and <5ood  Hops: had a message of instruction  broadcast  to  tliem   recently.  Directiona .for the observation of  this rare lunar "phenomenon, addressed to members of the Hoyal Canadian  Mounted  Police,  representatives  emigration.     Mayor   "CeooJialli    !!ao**pe<l  thai  that, iho agreeaneaat wiik subject to  terminal ion unless '���������ertsiiti conditions  xvece t'lairillod. "Tie sbecifically tiiioled  a provision agreed (������������ tefraiii "frona  hostile action' or umli i-taikiiigs  MKainst (he other and  from conduct-  the T-uasjian ������ov- i ine up striav sloehs here. lhea*e and i u-������ins of nppljlnR tlae money was an  KlnR pojnled out ! evervwhere, some beinij brought back j important object or his *������isit, he aaid.  ' ' from Loudon, .some from Quebec.- Mr. Rtalcom acknowledge tbal. 1 he  soaue Iiranoried ri-om the 1 -nil ed i fifBures oi Caaiadian rrade with Britain  States, and a lolal or about seven | lateL.v hiui faHown a decrease, through  million iioiitidm .shinned direct from ' H]e leb������ened ability or Uriialn io pur-  New Zealand.  The lateness of the season  in  Can  Manxmen in Canada would jnler-  esr.  liictnseives in  this pa-oject.  Thrft   mayor  oaa11ine<l ,a   scheaaae   he  had  lor Lhe community settlement of  Manxtiieii  in  Canada, tie  pioposeai io |  seaad  out   100   families  if  ihe   Doanin- I  lori Covernnaent" woiiid   set     aside-    a ���������  of .tho Hud.*oaa'.<:; Bay Ck>r������pa>������y 'and  tract of land* sulTicient to provide lor ! lle-vHlon Frea-es Trading Company.  iv��������� ������,->'a.-in^ ,u'a.���������nis ;������������ e?sv as 1 and the Obljtte missionary fathers-  possible. About SO per cent, of these   among the ifekiano*., was broadcast In  Ing  outside   of   it:^   owrt  borders   any  ada   has   also   been   a   factor  in   the  official   propaganda   direct   or indirect j shortage  here, ,spring   production   be-  Km pi re   or   the   I'nion     of     Socialist  agaiiLsl    the   interests uf    the isritisii ' ing awout h mcntAa later than usual.  soviet  ilopubiics respect i^ ������iy.,  Premier Baldwin's statement in  the Ihilisli IIoaas������> of Commons, and  evidence before Canadiaai tJovern-  naetii, had made it. clear,dhe Pa*eaaaiei*  paid, lhal this asree.ment had been  violated.  Fa-eanier King stated emphatically  lhat. iea-aaaination of Irade agreements  New York Financier Dies  Payn������'   Whitney,    One    of   America's  Richest Men, Victim of Heart  Attack  Ma aha sse.t,   X-. V. - Pa yne    Whi tney,  financier;    philanilaa-opJsW- sportsman^  and   one   of  the   richest,   men   in   tiae  country,  died of a heart attack whiie  chase Canadian " pa'oducts. although  Canadian pm-chasess froan Britain  showtri a slight increase. He* believed  adequate publicity would soon help 1o-  coa-recL the balanco. There was always, he said, some unreliability,  aboil'   st?.*fst*������;s  =in'l   thej"  dad riot iai-  familics "would be agricultural-  -U������_.utii-Sig i^������������f   acicgia-psB &_._-������&���������  Work   Will   Commence    at   Once    in  Northern Saskatchewan District -  tween  Ijoon  l^nke and Meadow Lake,  variably   show  the   exact,  position   of ' The   distance  is  55   to   60   miles*-The  ti*ade between two countries like Canada ������nd Britain-; ?  Vvouhl    not    mean   discontinuation   of ,    .  ,     ,    , .^-,        j        >,i     ���������������.,-.;    playing  tennas-at has -country  estate,  I rude   bet woeaa Canada     and    Russia.!1  It would mean tha' c-erlain quasi-  diplomatic privileges enjoyed by fhe  Russian ta-ade coann-iission would  be tea-minaLed. but every effort would  be continued lo further, ta-ade between j  Canada and Jtaassisa in the f-aaaie  manner in which Canadian trjule ve-  Uili*,ns wilh other aaaiions vrorc coia-  dlntted.  The   Premiei*   said  evidence   in the .  bands   of  the   Canadian -.iovemweu. ,Jr- aiid  Hea������T_Ford, parang inore-  does   not   disclose   any   espionage   or ,  subversive  p.-opaganda  aso  lar as the', (J^^j-    {unrest;    Be{||tf  Montreal  oaTice  6E   the Unssaan la-ade " ���������  commission is cQiicerncd.   ' ,  Ti^eWaUUS.        I  Canada    Regarded    by    U.S.   as   Best;  . y Outside..Field for  InyesftiriePt ..}.���������'_}  Detroit,   Mich.   -'--  Business   of  the?  United States made an Eloquent ges-y  ture b't admh;ati<3n for its neighbor to?  thra north when the National 'Foreign;  Trade Conventioii turned over ait en.-'  "tire sessioii to 'Canada and' 'Canadians.-  Speakers  with   only   one   except ion;  wore Canadians.1;   They spolte of: tlieuy  $100,000,000   to   $400,000,000.   In   1921   Kreat   commerce   au  hard   wheat   and  ihe paid an income  Ux"cC more Uaan   pulpwood, of their other export Hade  $2,000,000, only John   IX    Itockefellei  Gaeentree.  Mr. Whitney was 52 yeas*s old.    He  was   lhe  brother     of     Harry     Payne  Whitney,  soai of^Vhe   iate  William  C.  Whitney, secrei.ar5--.0f Navy .under  i Cleveland.. Kstaaxiates of the AVIaitney  i estate" ranged''-in   Wall    Street'  from  pari as  follows:  "'A total eclipse of the, moon will  occur ou June 15. liiiiT, The cei\ia*e  of the eclipse being . a_ ���������2.24 a.iu.  KasteT-n Standard Time. The saaai and  moon will both be nearly on the horizon on Uie day and hour mentioned.  North HattleLord.'���������ContsritCTion is, | at tlie-posts to .which this message  Lo-   procecal   on- a - telegraph  line   be-1 is   addressed.  "II is of threat scientific interest  to Luioiv as exact ly as possible what  the weather coaiditions are at that  particular time at points near this  line, llalier I-ake is the most important point of all and the a^tronomet-s  would a n preciate any rapeeiial efforts  to procure observations there." |  According to Dr. \Viilaa*d J. Fisher,'of Harvard, it should be possible  this ?year to deteranine the density .of  Prize for Pacific Flight  1  Taken in Eclipse  English    Railways   Will    Run    Special  Trains to Vantage  Points  ���������m:;.;,,_*���������'..,.'. ���������*.   :���������---��������� ?y    [     I.ondon.��������� The   eclipse  ol"     the     sun  H-syvaiiah? Offers,$25,O0p to Pirstayla-j whicla will ho  observed by   a portion  aiad of ahe growing inlerest of Aau-  crEcans in Cannda as attes������od by  their iatvestnaent of $3,<5<>O,000,uOO  wilhin the Dominion. Sixty per c.eatl.  of all roa-etgn investments in Canada  caiue from the ITnited States, the  convention was told by Case It. ITow-  aral of Lhe Canadiaai Bank ot Commerce,  New  York.  "W<? take it as a compliment*," he  added, "that Canada is regarded in  the United  States  as the    best    out  line will serve 10 link up the Meadow  Cake country: with tlae splendid farming sections farther west.    It will "be"'  a  aueans of-ccamanunicatibaa; for thes^f  northern .people     with > the     outside  world,   something   they   have   not   at  pi-esent.       On ..representation. ��������� being  made to" the 'department by the Federal meanber an appropriation of $S.-  000   was   put  thiough   Parliament  for ��������� the" earth's shadow very near to  tlae  the building of the line.    The govern- ! edge of the earth. .   u  anent   is ready to act at once on the i .,? . ;���������������������������'��������� |  building of the line.     The  ofil'ces  to ?(  be established on the litae will be settled just:as -sooaa? asypossibl^.        ���������    ?  The Favored Country  investigating nan te       |  Hse Sulphite Wasta|e  tor  Making Nora-stop Trip  Honolulu. -���������The Star Bulletin, in a  :;.copyi"ighted    na-ticlo    unncfn'a'ie.'Ss:"  that  f James   D.   Dole.     nresidamt     of    the  Hawaiian   .Pineapple    Company,   fcaa j favored     belt    across England "vyliere  ? offered a purse of $25,000 to  the fia-sl i the view will  be best  More than 104)  , avasttor and:-$lUjtfp0 to Jho^e^onatllaea:   sjje^^ of iii6toi*;  yto lna)5e^ai���������ol7���������stop; nights ?ft-om tfvi^^ar jy bufstAw^^will; ycara--?' thoiv fp4sKonsers' to  thi;   12 ; (_jHi pi������gos5t opon aii- party oyei* itnowii  j in  Hnglantl.  Most of the parlif:ip?Uits.  expect   to   aarive   a L   a aai cage  .point s  iiiouncl  niaalriigiati'  i of England. ,Hine in, is arousing such 1 side   field  of  investment,   and we  in-  ; interest  that   raialway und   aaaotor bus ; terpret   it, as  an     andaeation    of    1������he j  icohipanies  are    preparing    to     carry j es Li ana Le placed by  the  United St.ate.s  ! thousands   of   -excursionists     to    fh<e j aipoaa  tlae  character." aud    ability    of  Canadians,"  ciftc   Coast? to  iiawjiia  ?y naonths  atartltig AaagU8t'1t>.  du'rihg  -*;  -Kii.w,^ Voi*lc.--'l?ho.. I3c,llaiaca, aiaoiio-,  : Ida no "Columbia." ih ' w hitMa Clarence  Chatxiberlin luad hoped to be the lirst  to fly to Fraaice, will be enterod in  the Sp25,(>6<> ? contest rlhnbaiaiced by  ,l;u"iacs !>. Dole in Flonolaaha. Tlie Fok-  Icer mono plane' ���������'Ameriwa,1' which also  was "heaten 10 lhe post" Jnllm.Varis  flight by CharlPR "Lindbergh, may and  may not try the Hawaii flight, it was  ���������said.  ; ., Postmast-rs."  Conven'.ion  TNgina, Siisk.-���������rl'. .!*���������. Mtaa-phy,  Ottawa.  Kiiperinleudent   of  the  ftqaiipnaent  Agree on Claims  Washington. ���������'-The British aaad  TTaal Led RI utes gover'armontB have  agreed'" on si settlement ��������� of ���������������������������'mutual  cljiaimis. and those of. ��������� individual,s  against both governaneaats for sels-ut-o  of war-timo .shipping, ,b,ut .terms of  the t-etlh33aaeaat ;aa*������i being withheld,  pottdiiiK an aiTahfjeaiaent ?l"6r; publication  of final notes a*a 1:1 Tying the pact.'  Future bff the   Dominion  t'.H 1 a wu.���������"On p > gra lulclai 11! real   may  even  live to  aee   tho  seat of Ipiiiplro  tisiaaHl'ei'ivii   |i>   our   Hhorea,"  alerhireal  Dr. .1.  11. Coyne, of St, Thoaiaas. Ont.,  prej-hlont  nf the HoynI Hoclefy of Can*  aula, in dlsruiHsiiifjf tho Dominion's l'U* {  lure   al   ,lh������������   HO.clel.y's   forly-slxtla   ariti-.-!  aitaal  naeeilmyr.    -"Tlao   rmnro    of   our  Dominion,"  he   continued, "Is on  ih������.> 1  whole  hrighl   with promise." ' j  Check   Fever  Epidemic  Moan real. --- J'rovuntive ijiciiHiiroe.  la ti. on by provincial ain] tauiulcMpul  ofUfrinlB lo checlt tlua- upread of the  preHeait lyiahoid epiaienijc aro WdrUlni;  HueeeHnriilly, lieiillh ituthorHlert chilni.  It was pri'iUcted that within one  ���������month Hie epidemic, would he nlana.ii-  ed, out.  ., Choir of ,11,0001 Vpicasa  Ottawa.���������A choir oT 11,000 vola-es ht-  <:ludliatT 1,000 voloeta Kelecled from 70  churches, liTenpectlv������.. of racia or  ���������need, iliiU ,10,000 ������choo| children, will  ������d������iK a |troiy?rs������������i of pal i-1 bile hoiius and  at-tn^hewpi In conm^ctlon with <lHa Jubl-  'l-Biii .r-elebrotiim horo. C. .Li LJ Hi������k-  >(*ir>od,   fi|tnw-5i,  ^*lll   dl-ra-<<,l   (law n'liolr.  rnfmrii*inri,i.f^..(ii".,iri,.,. frrrri,���������������-*-������������������-crr~r\���������^-^n"���������tt ^p^^^^���������_u���������^���������^������_m  atid .supply brunch or fhe, federal post 'Tho claims grew oiitfoi:. detention and  ofJieei departaneaat,   will   represent ibe [��������� am!   Houa-ela  during  tins   win-  on   .sliIp-  posnnastor-gnnea-al   at,   t.he   fortlicoan-, ping  of  bolh   countries   suspected   of  ing  coaavohtlon of  lhe  .Saskatchewan ��������� eavrylsg- war 'supplies to the enemy.  Postnuisleafa**   iiBsocial.Ioaf to   be   held*!  in? Bogin-V, yTiaesday,  Waednosrhty' iiavd  TEuarsday. June 7,fS-nand f>.   About 150  delegatds   tire  expected' to   blv  in   sut-  tcu������Uinc:o.  British Labor Leader Says E-miarants'  Opportunities in Canada  Best .  in  World  London.���������Canada contains great-er  poss ibili ties ? fhaan ; any:;f btl^eial countryf;  in the wor]d^provxdect'-t1ie.''''r3'ght: Kintl  of iaaimigration as regulated so as not  to displace the'existih^-^  the opinion;-' oft!? T. Ci*amp. genea-al  secretary of the National Union of  Rail way men, who" lias just retuj-ned  fa-om   a tour of ihe Doaniaaion-  Mr. Cramp was struck by -the-���������"re-'  volt of Canadian organized laboa-  against the domination of American  unions,"-and. tho sianihar movement  among .professaoiiaI associations. Caai-  ada's a-ailways a.l^o came iai for. eulogist ie to fere ������a no from Mr. C'rinup,  Scientists   See   Possibility   of   Makififg  "*Substitute   for Gasoline ������������������% ���������  "'���������-���������-/ '���������'?���������  Ottawa.���������Canailian scientists are  1 .                       .-. .  I investigating .tlae possibility of the  manufacture of a substitute for gasb-  line.out qJC the Avastage. in tlae numerous, ^Ipltitey^miHsiia?ha-bughout the Dp-  nVi'u.ioh, it was reveaaled;-at a meeting  Of the .associate committee of physies  and erigineferirig W -tli������-"N^  seaa'ch Cbamcirfof ?Gaaaada here?? ?  ,.The sailphitebnills, it.-was^decl.ared,  in the iiiaiiufao-tiire ot piilp fot*?jte"-A;s-  priait are wasLaiag at the sahie fhiae  tremendous ouantilies*of Ikiiipi* which  is a potential source of alcohol. "Pt-op-  ev-iy desigaaed motors liave been foiaaad  to opea-nle eflieaenily on a aaaixture of  alcohol,and benzine..   .  'Fhe   <Hunjaitt.teeal.-io - recommended  atoflay .that     the     national'   roseai-cli  couueil Investigate  steps    to    s.Q.etn'e  Will  Compete in  Prize Swim j detailed information  on the aneusure-  Monta-eal.���������T^rnesl: ' V'leritoeltea', 'tier- j ment of Lhe ultra-violet, ruys given off  matiy's.  foremost   swlnmier , ami   eora-; by tho sun.    If .if oan be shown that  ciueroi'' of   the   English   Channel., has ! gi-eat  heneflt, is' taa   be pblalai'ed  froan  these  rays   then,   it is  reeoaaaaneaaded.  ai-rlvcd in Monireal. lie will ���������participate iaa the .Lake tleoi-ge. swim for  a prize of $10,000 sind, later 'got to Toronto1",' whore'he v.'ill take purl, in the  ������50.000 race 10 be held iu Lake Ontario off the Qiaeen Cily during the  suixtnaer.  ,.,���������;������������������. ������������������: yv .'-Cable* Bjlt Pasrseclyy  . T-taiidoai.--Tlie* 1 Touhe of- I<oi;ds bias  given third 'roadiatg to' ihe fl'aeilk:  Cable bill, which lasaR no,w.pasa^d both  lloMxotf. rl'!te bill authorizes re-,  orgiinixiilion of lhe Paelrie Jf'ulih)  Honrd iu ueeonlunee wilh the Hefthv  meiat   of  Cansidu'H   disy.m(e   with   that  rotioheal   at,  the   , Jjisf    l.nipt>rlii,l  eaaee.  hoaiy  eoni'ei  w.  -s.   i).   iiiss  , AriTus Parley In Jun������  VVashln^l.oaa. The three-power naval lliaailailonft eoni'erenoe ealljid by  Pr������f-hlen1 Cooliiige will convene In  (ia.'ftteyu on the afternoon of .Tttaaaa Ii0,  Secret tiryoi* Stale Kellogg Jnfornaed  i'ho "llrll-i������h -niul .TtapnaieHe jianhasHii-  doi*'ri' nflcr lairt>raual cmia evt'iitlohii hud  shown  the data aecopluble 10"all."  Radio Typewriter  ILotiie.���������A lypowiilor capable of re-  eelvlng r:idlavph������nlo eomaniinlratloiiH  nL ���������rrciit dluianeen in to be IchIimI be-  (WKjaaai llonio amid Now York abort ly.  Thft mnehino fnnetlloni. aiiloiiuifScsilly,  typlnn;' 011  ordlnsu-y   aapcr, guMed  h.v  Throughout lhe I ul<e of IhtyH  a-egUmof ihe 11 fisliln net s ������r Ontntle,  whleii the moiuberH 01: the *t:anfuiiam  Weekly  ~shhvsi'aipin-.- A'ijtOi'lut.lon  Trill  lion at lllgwlaii fnn, there are many  delightful waterrwlliti of wbleh Ok  rrongue   Palln  Hit own  ubove  i������  one���������  Can:u!!::_i  Ka.tlona!    Jli^Jvrny     fboie-  xh.U when' hohiliii. lhelrJlH27 eenweri'; ismpli.  that, .'-pecial glass should be" universally used iaa Canadian --homes a������d  other buildings. The health giving  til I l-n-violet rays do aiot, to any great  extent, pass through ordinary window  glass.  Fergaison Willing to Co-Operate  Toronto.���������Premier l^erijiUHon jdnteM  that, ho would co operate with the Al-  borta Trade Commission in the proposal laid before the .Ontario Hovorat-  aaaeaat by aa delfgallon freiaa Alberta  that a national committee be orgaii-  Jr/.nrt 'to promote intnrprovliieial  titide, with special emiihasls oia the  use of Alberta* coal Iia tlae Kaslei-n.  provinces.  Hon.'"'R.'.L'iemieux Honored  Roane.���������Reception and luncheon. In  honor of lion, itodolphe -Lemieiax",  spealvan* of ,.the, Canadiaai House of  Commons^ and Madanie Uiinleux, given hy Uio'ITH'tlHliI aiwh'aasatlbr to Italy,  llight IT011. Sir Roland fhaham. was  attended by "aaevavnal English and  Canadian v-nllorn in atUIMlon ������<������ a  disllaagulshod gathei-laag of resideailH  of the capital. .  j Plane Bmrvlca for Mine*  Winnipeg,-���������An aeroplane pass-eta-  Ijer arid freight nervlee 10 the eenliail  RTtiailtolm nilne area wuh Juaugurat'  ed on .Iuiim 1. U aaaarkrt the tlr*-t  coiaamerclul alt" werv 1*0*" in operate in  the province, Wenlorn Alrwaiyw eon-  fined It������ ooerullonw lant year to ahe  Keu i.uin.t.-' i..*������4.������,i oa ,<u,i-...,,������ -j'->  lar<^ 1  r***3-_"jr-s-*i  ������_ ���������___*.  ���������VJ _������_-.__ CS __ -J������X.  wa -S3 -b. W -SI -WSS"  jn_jo *? ___ct *.  Shio Your Cream  a  . to  "<"���������-  **# jo 'i.iiiuopa, stnu ieit>   lor   .uaa,  town on Monday.  I  j. mo  am.  Christ-  tiiimov    urtttid   .Of  Church-������re"bavii.(; k   tea  and   sale  oat  needlework and.candy in  the  Parish  Hall, Saturday, June   11th,   to which  aii are invited, , ��������� ,  i S3 6 ^__a?    19 -  B  Highest market prices and quick returns.  Give us a triaUshipment.  We have Cream Cans for sale.  Bo. MB  CRYSTAL ^  CRANARQOK,  _���������������.������_>.  Revenues at the Oreston office of  the provincial police for May were  well over the S600 mark, with motor  liceuses fees accounting for just about  $400 of the intake.  Kev. S. Newby and C. B. Twigg left  on Monday for Kelowna where  they are delegates to" the synod of the  diocese of Kootenay, which will  be in  session for at least three days.  All the accounts are^now in nnd the  15)27 guarantors are being levied upon  for $2.85 each? to  make  up a deficit of  but' $90,   The shortage   on   the 1026  Chautauqua was alanost $200.  Geo. Tayloa\ a  former  well  known  resident of Oreston, but who  is now  laving at Bonners Perry, was renewing  acquaintancesin town  at the first of  ti������e weeiC. a guest of Jas. Uavis,  j     .������_u illustrated lecture is co oe giv_u  I vjr Jn.ev^v-'.JC . j.uuu^������---'i/ur'ii8Cti-_i5SiO*i.������ry  ���������J from India, at S p.m.,~Thursdae, June  wiu,     H3S      t>uv     JCiroatjy uatifits      ^JiKaVCES,  Creston. . The views to be shown are  from snapshots taken hy the speaker.  Everybody welcome.   Collection taken.  may.  v������2>ia^,o  1-������ 3���������      -.������      si  ij>uuvruuuj     t*.     a.i  Nelson3   with  Col. , MeMulUn.  CnieX' gM-iuts      vvj-.awirai,  ' I .. *- * *-  Sacr***? oia ars official visits- -J??! day.' ��������� The  latter expects to .snake a stop at  Creston on his return for a conference  with the Kod and Gun- ���������>aub raeuibew,  1  M  1  1  I  ���������rand - IOi %***#    iiRM_n_ ^n^^i  Tk������������,_ nr-am- yune iiri  ���������*__.      -Ht-WV^  *****<    %_��������� Jf  ������������������������������        m        v       *���������    w i���������0      ,  m    vv     ������������������        _��������� 5 -5 S S      S "������r  ���������PPP"  ������ tfe'rfl ilHffll  iiml)|iiiiiiitiil!iWuHl|  l.i**Jfm-:inil:E!illllll|i|ll  i  rami  I  This year it is necessary to have a Fernjit  from some Forest Officer before any camp-  lire may be set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sure to  and   follow  get a  the  Permit  for  your camp-fire  instructions   printed   on   the  back of it.  respectfully draws, attention to the  fact thsit taxes must be paH before  June 30th avoid a ten per cent penalty  that goes on at Dominion Day.  The Pa-esbyterian W.M.S., Junior  Aaastiliarv and Mission Band will meet  in the church at 8.80 p sn., Thursdays  June 16th, when sin address will be  given by Mrs; (Rev ) O. P. Young.     ���������'.  The long looked for hot weather set  in   on    Monday   on   which   day    the.  mercury   travelled    aap   to   81   in the  shade.    It   avas   81   on  'ffi...r*.-.a.,_.  v.   but  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  MM  ^Sjf^_F C-9       -_J2*g        __H_B_f      ^Ei___-S������ -8^^B-*r- _ R  .riiiuli?'"  ::ila  r  Wednesday was cloudy and cooler.  Property owners in the village  received official notice at the first of  the week to cut all noxius weeds.  This year's crop of burdocks and  mustard is about the best on recored.  Creston "baseball team was at  Kitchener on Sunday when they  chalked up a 10 to 7 victory over the  Kitchener nine. So far this season  the locals have sustained but one  defeat.  Growers report that the "set" of  cherries indicates that the mid-April  frost damage: was more serious than  first reported, and that the 1927 crop  will not be more that 50 per cent= of  normal.     ,  Jrw_Wr  mmu    mm anas'  .       ^\ ���������  m &.*<t ilk %������%*  m*9/jmMsf%r^  Br MARIE CORELU  ADOLPHE  YOU GA9������ HELP  ta  M t N-J %J  os Settetn  RICARDO CORTE2  CAROL DEMPSTER  ..���������LYA  be PUTT! ���������  Nttimon AOOLPH ZUKOtt w JESSE L.IASKV  -%kf fM_l,  9  _^.^**������l   ������F*<wh_H.   ^Avenn-sl  _g__i>a--)'V*ac4-i  aavH-a"** i *_*.& ������v-������������w������  Fo������ SALE-^Touring car, good as  new.    Enquire Review Office.  Store: For Rent or Sale���������On Main  Street,    Oreston Drug & Book Store.  Jkrsev Heieter For Sale���������Purebred, 15months old. K. Andrew, Box  64, Creston.  Dr.   Henderson   was  Cranbrook a couple   of  first of the week.  a    visitor   at  days   at   the  Cow For Sale���������Two milch cows;  one grade Jersey, other Holstean-Jer-  sev, price i-aRbt, Enquiae Roview  Office.  -Three   purebred  good  York  going  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,   JUNE  WYNNDEL���������11 a.m.  12  Rubber  I have the J. II. Dickinson  agency and oan "give you  three-day service on any  style of   Rubber  Stamp.  'ar  *     HVM4 _i.  ar v *~j"k**-* m  For Sale-  Suire     sows,  chenp.    G. Davie, Canyon.  Mai, and Mrs. A. L. Palmer returned  on Sunday from-a few days' visit with  tha*former's mother in Kelson.  Miss Mary Murrell left on Monday  for a month's visit with friends in  Edmonton and Vermilion, Albea'ta.  T. ,i. Crawf-nrd was a motor visitor  to Spokane for the weekend, accompanied by Mrs. Hopwood aaad children.  Tknts _T<aR Sale���������One 31 x te feet;  one 8 x 10 feet, and one 4 x 8 feet, tall  in good shape.    A. Mirabella, Creston.  Mrs. (Uev.) Newby and two children  aroapendang xhe week with her sister  atRobson, while Mr, Newby is attending synod.  The Valley made a net. pain of one  in population for Mny when there  were three births, two deaths aud two  mnn*iap*09.  $85 of poll tax, $08 amusement tax,  and $22 from dog licenses were ninonR  the Mny collectiona by the local office  of the provincial police.  Auto For Sams-���������Ford tourm****; car  in good tunning "order,. $200, Can be  seen ait J, Curr'a Creston. Mrs, E.  MoGonopfivl, Kitchener.  Lost���������Betweon C.P.R. station nnd  Staples' new camp man's coat sweater.  Finder please return an me. to Review  office nnd receive reword.',  In the village gardeners report tho  potato bupc has already arrived and la  to ho aeon alongside opuds that are  just nicely fchrotigh the earth.  Being the   second   Sunday   of  fche  mouth ������1! services nfc Christ Church  aro withdrawn, tBae i'ecfcf>r spending  the- day at WynntBol and Yahlc.  Thn Ellon Dow Junior Auxiliary of  Si". StepheiiifrH Oliuroli ara having, a  sllvea- tea nt tho home of Mro. S, A.  Apt)era, 3 U. 5.30 p,m��������� Saatnrday, June  18tl% *  With  the careful UoiiROwlves  put  tinu away the fall  and  winter supply  of efKKH the prlca of bou fruit ban  ad v a need to U0 neaila n dozen once  moro.  I'lrnoHt Paul, who has  been   ledger  fcec-pcr at tho Wncvik -of ���������ou������anf:i*<?e for  the piiKt   year, bnH   been    tran<������f<*inert  .? Mr. and Mrs. J. W.v Haaaoilton, Mr.  Mrs. T. Goodwin and Rev. arid Mrs.  Herdman, with" their families," were  motor picnic visitors to Moyie Falls,  near Bonners Ferry, for fche holiday  on Friday last.  Telephone installations have been  .fairly steady of late and thev are now  96 of them in aase iai the Valley. This  coanpares quite favorably with the  palnay days at which time 125 was  high water- mark.  Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. L. Jenkins of  Spokane were weekend visitors in.  Creston, guests of-Mr. and Mrs. D. S,  Timmons. Mr. Jenkins is ono of the  cashier's at fche Old National Bank and  expressed the opinion-that none of the  fruit areas near that city looked quite  in a class with Creston Valley.  50c., 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75  I*  __n^!~  A __Ctt'S,9y  fm**^*%_������o  ,J*u_r,������   ���������������_-���������_,_._. - **>*������,������*&* -  *7l%*m  0   Sun Visors  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. U. _EC_-.X-X_V  m  aaa  i__n  SPECIAL FOR JUNE  These   are' only a few  of the. *  ... .    . s    many items that are on sale.    Don't  forget that every bib of merchandise has  been chosen from hundreds of samples offered  ���������:. by leading canneries.    They can't be beat.    Come  in and investigate.    You will find it to your advantage  to stock from our store.   Try onr  L_p*_k.i_r^ "f-!*" n #%  Fragrant and stimulating.  at 1(\p  u  M^^^A ^^kutfmimumm^m^^ |fa||^&t|f^^^*mUI&b^. ^M^AbBiy^l^^*^Hl^^-Hk  ^^^x jff^ssssSL^L^m-   -^^^SSSS*****\ t^^_5HHH5S  II  mum  fBSSBlBS S__S_____i b_3    tSSL ^__5S-Sr  Furiiiture  B_aByWyiB  IBB-J-Wflferta.!!


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