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 VOL.   A1A.  CBESTOH, B.C., FRIDAY, 31JNE &fi, MK27  Ko: 19  ,<<*-  ���������MM  Celebration Plans  w     -   _ ULW *      y_l  partio^Iarly  ._ A.*t   IU    VUD  All the committees . in charge of  events for the Confederation Jubilee  celebration are putting tbe finishing touches on this week, and an  sftersissas of e-st^rtainsQen* worth  while, from ono till almost six  o.eloafc, is now assured,   y  In view of the extensive and varied list of events it is  asked that ail   taking  ibart  parade   he   at;   the   memorial   bo  that a start can ba   made   at one  ���������Volask   prss_2eiy*    The   oroeeseion  will, of cours������,   include  Use jubilee |  queen and her  attendants, and the J  crowning exercises will take piacej  immediately after" the address and  exercises by the school children and  band,   witb    the   judging, of the  decorated ears to corn������ just before  the sports get tinder way., /  Unu ual interest is being taken  isi the^oSiallenge tug of war; already  there are im-aee entries and more  are expected. Teams -already lined  an will represent Creston, Alice  Siding, and Putnam, Palmer &  Staples, I_k__ttedL Tbe pillow ffeht.  f-nreaay pole and tilting -the bucket  are other notable items, and those  promoting the married vs. single  baseball match will have a comedy  feature that every one will  thoroughly sn|oy������ *  Fds* tbe ������vessan_- there will -be a  r* " * * - 1J* ""* v *���������  ^f^bwety d nee and a display,of fire  ' Tni "v%h������ iatte*! **������*& A^-jpei-^  Book Store. In all three districts  there is well distributedjtiokot committee ann reports coming to band  indicate that the contest will be  close.  In order to faciliate the attendance of Sirdar people at the celebration the CP.IL is attaching a  pas8engor coach to the way freight  which soes west early in the even- j  ing; the visitors -coming to town  on the train which "arrives here a  few minutes after one o'clock.  The  local clergy  are    at  work  Mr-Hanging    -������-    **���������"-*'   0������"*������da=-wide  town  Dominion Dav  thanksgiving servioe winch will be  held in the Grand theatre on Sunday afternoon. July 3rd.  aat-������_a->_n. H&BMWB   al_r_f ������ W  Matt. Clayton is the first Canyon  ate to have 1927 rstrawbrries for shipment. He opened the season with  three crates on -Hon day. If the prevailing heat e.'.iatanuee the weekend  will see a heavy movement, |  Messrs. . Berggrei.    and     Nygaard. !  who have been working at at a Win-  law pole hauling contract at Oreston  the past few   weeks, have   a finished  the job, and are home again.  Uanyon school will close ?.*r the  season oh , Friday. There -aril!"be  almost ten weeks vacation, as the. re ���������  opening: *s not taint ii September- -3th- - -  Mass Vera Lister teacher of U>ivison  2 of Canyon school, spent' the weekend  On a  visit with her -father w tio is a  Tbe Decorations Commi' tee  make a special appeal to all house  holders and 'business men to  make a speoiml' e-Fort to decorate  their houses and places of business for tho Jubilee Celebration  on July 1st., -Some public spirit-  - ed citizens have already placed  their services at the disposal of  ���������the committee for Thursday,  June SOth. vrben the greater part  of fcbedecorstiag wiii be done  .. .fjtyis proposed to erect an arch  oa <?ai-ypr_ st_-sct atid o_se at the  entrance of tbe fair grounds for  which some loads of evergreens  will be needed ^nd the boys are  especially ,,-^sked to be on baud  to help with 'this work.  The commf-tee also wish to  emphasize   the    necessity   of all  |  oar    owners^  taking    part    in  I the decorated car parade.  The competitions committee are  otfernig -ths^ prizes of $15, $10  and $5 for tbe three best deorafc-  ed cars. >  H. S. MoCreath is chairman of  th������ grounds^ committee and G.  Greenwood iqf the decoration  committee, and ail those willing  to help should -notify - either of  tbese gentlemen.  ������aa a*-gjga-rj!������-������ fsf? da**"s this weste  with Mrs. Geo. Hobden, en route  home from a visit .with friends at  Ooeur d'Alene* Idaho.   -���������'.*.  A number from here who were at the  dance at Kitchener on Saturday night  had the best.-pf liick selling tickets and  getting votes for Miss Molly Kemp,  the Whirlwind Club candidate'^Ssf the  pspu.a_-M>y efwitect iaa con -section- with  CrestonV Corf .delation Jubilee cele^  braiioti.  School is due to 'close today fnr the  long summer vacation. The trustees  are hoping to have Mr, Jants. and  Miss Walkes for the staff again next  term.  _ j*_L_r -c  -CAvratiee  Students Writing  Brick son school has eight candidates  writing on ihe ISutranee examinations  at Careston this week. They are  Lloyd Cartwright, Ruth Cartwragfet6  Lyle ED?mp9 Douglas Putnam* Dahlia,  Speaker, Margaret Speaker,San_ Thomas and Richard Ths.sstsa. It- will be  recalled t.hat last year an Erickson  pupil, Margaret Fraser, made the  highest marks of all Entrance pupils  in British Columbia, -winning the  lieutenant-governor's medal.  Miss Hilda Thomas, whose nianiage  is annouced for Monday, was guest of  honor at a miscellaneous shower  at the home of Mrs. ������_. T.  Leveqne on Thursday, when many  friends of the bride-elnct showered  her-with a variety of usefui gif"bs for  the new home, and very _tn.cS. .eojoy-  ed thehesoital.tv of the hostess.  -  With the exception of Alice Siding  every school  district  iri  the   V&lley  contributes one or more caa*_didates to  the total of v-icly that are w_*.ti_.g oaa  the   depart-jnssta!     test-    papers  for  promotion to high school.   ISannkBoaa,  with     eight    students,     contributes  the largest number, but. in addition to  four ~ shown   from  Creston  foueteeo  others   from   the  local   school   werr������  graduated on the recommendation of  the inspector and higli school p_=|-ac!-  pai.    issose ^"rstlisg &,&&%  tne x_ai_ioiiv -prcp^rty.  ������������*_-rfe  the old  i_..������..,: -  uuv,   ���������.  ja.___penasi   _iariA*  requested   that   none   other  than  those in charge go inside tbe field.  Tbe popularity, contest is jnst  Iveginning to warm up. There are  three contestants: Miss Irene  Kusoroft as "Miss Oreston"; Miss  Molly Kemp, from the Whirlwind  Club, as **Misa Briokson*'; and the  Kill Kare Klub at Wynndel are,  backing Miss Kathleen HE-ihgheim  as'"Miss Wynndel."  Tickets are on sale at a dime,  and in additson fo a vote with  eacb ticket, tbe holder of the paste  boards has a chance to win an  OrfcLophoiiio gramapbone, whioh  oan be seen  at Oreston Drug  &  hospital patient'-iut Cran brook.'-  , , roiar Srade $ pupils   are . taking the  Entmnee. ? ea������an3filnatiai3Sy?������t -Preston  *^s^wi_a-iK.*--:fi_^K Abbott.  '���������i-~- ��������� U������. t*^_s__J"!      <   '   ,    -   ' y     '  dtiry  i-*ufi|;uicF������  Con. Naygaard has Joined toe stnix  at ttte Putnam, Palmer &f> Staples.  Limited, camp, making the fifth  from Canyon to get employment  with that firm this month.  Canyon was without the services of  the Kitchener tecrnits on Saturday,  and went down to defeat at baseball  before the Oreston high school nine  by _. 15 to 11 score.  Canyon people will join -with cither  points Sa the Valley in celebrating  the Confederation Jubilee at^Creston  on July 1st. The school board has  made a contribution of $15*  Miss Edith Geroux left  on Maaoday  for Fernie.  where she has   secured a  1 position   as   stenographer   with -the  |Tri&e3e WootL Company.  1    BobCmwfp^ti was here~from' Cres-  V'l������a*sv^ikir^"������-^3_Mc^a^fc^^  ___r#  Gonfedsration -Jubilee  Grand Theatre Ballroom  Friday, July 1st  All tne Latest and  Favorite Music by  ,.A. ftS* Fredsicl^s  Five-piece Dance  Orclicsta'si  We have . Bost M^sac, Floor  '"::.;"'.and 'Stipper fov yon,  __ __*__ -_* __tltt        J_Bt*ta     HI    -H_ Wf ^Sm%t f_Ntf ' _W  :A BIG. DANCE���������be sure  you are there /  Miic*9 SitSSm^f  Gity Constable and Charlie Sutclitfe  got back from Nelson on Thursday,  where they had been on Stockbreeders  Association business.  I The oAstbound train commenced  making the stop at Heed <8_ Mather's  on Monday, when 22 crates, of fruit  were shipped by express.  Mrs. J. H. Webster was a whist  hostess on Wednesday evening last  when four tables  of players enjoyed  the hostesses* welt known hospitality.  The splendid 1027 moisture eapply ts  much to the llkllng of W. A. McMur-  trle whose shipping of aupttragus this  season will break all previous records.  Mrs. A. Attderson arrived on Friday  from Victoria for a two weeks* visit  with her son and daughtetvln-law, Mr.  nnd Mrs. Tom Anderson.  Now that the shipping rush Is on at  the Cooperative Fruit. Exchange Miss  Ruth Oompton has resumed her position on the offfitco staff.  Mr. nnd Mrs, John Marshall were at  homo to tho Social club on Friday  evening, the affair being a aaindoC. for  Principal Marriott. About seventy  residents were preuent, the elders pulsing the evening pleasantly at cards,  and the younger set nt dmnctng. with  tho music by iu������c_. Constable, planoj  Ron. Smith, violin, supplying the  music. There whs a very fine lunch  at midnight, and all are agreed that it  ���������wn������ thi> n������i������ht, enjoyable party of the  season. An added feature was tho,  vocnl oolo, "The Village Pump,'* fauit-  lcaaly rendered by Clarence Don non.  staff. 6pent the weekend with  friends  in Yaht.  Ii. J. Cong got back a few days ago  froaaa Vernon; where-'he had been  attending the annual meeting of the  Associated Growers." He has been reelected as tbe Creston representative  on the directorate.  Erickson got into the berry shipping  class on Monday, when there wae naif  a dozen crates for points east. John  Hall is the first local grower to have  1027 berries.  Rev, .0, B. Yoaangp apefeuVned Presbyterian missionary* had a fair turnout on Friday night fot his illustrated  lecture on India, "Which he gave at the  schoolhouse.  Bt ickson school board has made a  grant of Q15 toward the Confederation  Dodds and Ray McKeivey, two4 Brick-  son stalwarts, were Suoday callers.  The dance in Hun.Va Hail Satusday  night wae a big success, everyone reporting the best time of the season.  Misses Esther Nelson and Bdith  Geroux were callingon Creston friends  on Tuesday last.  Five of the Grade 8 pupils of Kitchener school are at Creston this weak  writing on the Entrance examinations.  They are Ltudwig Anderson* Wesley  Blair, Dennis Bush, Beatrice Molander and. Claude Simpson*  VKE-Ig.   UWuSt-  Sirdar���������Dorothy Heap.  Huscrofb���������Pearl Huscroft.  Creston���������Sna Christie,  JLetfcy Goal-    :  ing, Madeline Moore* Arthur Webster,  Canyon City���������Mabel Abbotf.* Elsie  Clayton* John Mcttobb, Mary Noguier.  Frackson���������Lloyd Cartwright, Ruth  Cartwright. Lyle Kemp, Douglas Pnt-  saoa. Dahlia Speaker, Margaret Speaker Sam Thomas, Bicbard Thurston.  Kitchener���������Ludwig Anderson, Wesley Blair, Dennis Bush. Beatrice  Molander, Claude Simpson.  Wynndel��������� .Lewis Abha-t, l^ena Benedetto, Marguerite Joy.   Dav������ Taylor,  Frederick Wilson, Allan Wood.  Due to a healthy promotion by recommendation sn the first and second  years of high school, but nine candidates-are writing on the de_asr-������_en  tal tssts 3?_- for the' three _?eareB w___i  Miss Hardy ������au&erv_sina. AM i^lrd  year students are writing, and, they  are Joyce Moore, Winnie Pa.fa**eyman,  Ted Bush������ and Boh I-ocg. -  In the Second year Jeanne Hall is  the only candidate trying, with the  following passed on recommendations  SSric yMartin,,   Etarry  VaeaAckeraaa,  Byron Willas,, Wiliiam kannelr Aciam  bett. Harry Webster, fBeulah Penson^  Marion S-eSsQ-!*-, Alice Hclastyr^,  Jj������ur-ft Eaytle. - < '  Those in  the First yeaw writing are  Al x.  Henderson, Marion Collis, Ada  Lewis, Mildred Andeen.   In this year  those advanced   on   recommendation  are   Margaret   Fraser,   Dora   Healy.  Lillian Trevelyan, Jessie   Xiearmonth,  Ruby Martin, Isobel Burnett, Madeline Putnan, Oiara Hunt, Mary Goodwin,   Percy   Robinson,  Jim  Barnes,  Jack    Jory,  Jim   Handley*    Harold  Speers, Harry Miller, Arthur Coullng*  MlssOlgaa, Nelson arrived home on  Saturday from Cranbrook where she  has been attending high school, and  will spend her vacation here,  Mrs. Bush, who has been seriously  ill in Spokane hospital  the past three  Jubilee celebration ut Creston on July  ^^ anWed home on Tuesday, and  1st.  Mrs. C. J. Bundy and family of  Cowley, Alberta, were here for a  weekend visit with M_-.*~ and Mrs. T.  W, Bundy.  Ted Staples is a business visitor in  Spokane this week.   He left Tuesday.  Mrs.  Saness  of   Bowdcn,   Alberta.  BitA-tiB I itt-A I He  Frl. & S.1., alaly  Clara Bow  in an  KLIKOB GliYK  CLARENCE BADGER  t  Prdouction  with  .  ANTONIO MOKEtfO  The story'of *% pmtiy  who   daxxted   irwm   ^o*  fTmiilzomii wit ft    MM*  is doing fairly well.  Mr. Sutherland of Kimberley arrived In town on Monday evening bringing a new Star six sedan for B. Johnson, of the Kitchener Hotel,  Miss Clara Hunt, who has been  attending high school at Creatop,  arrived home on Saturday for the  summer vacation. Miss Mildred  Andeen, another Kitchener student at  Creston high, will be home at the end  of the week.  Miss Molly Androaoff, who has been  visiting friends in Oreston, came home  on Tuesday.  T. Balfand J* H. Fleming of Port-  hill were motor  callers on   Tuesday.  Mrs* F. Lister, J* J, Bowman and R.  Jenks, all of Camp Lister, were motor  <&AmUva t.ei'& on Tuesday.  H. McLaren, provincial police officer, was here oaa an official call Tuesday. D* J. Spiers, . general I road  foreman, also pf Creston, was In  town Tuesday.  X B. Nomian   nnd  R. J*   Haatinga,  travelling    salesman,   wer������  hearo  on  Saturday, taking In the dance In the  evening.  M. McDonald and A, McNair of  Yahk were hero   on   Saturday  night  for tbe dassei* tea Hunt's Hull. h. test  Teor of Portblll was another out ot  town guest at tho diiuco.  A!?. 18$znk<^v ���������������n>������l J������ff, VC.w������������t.h wwrart  here from Canyon on a motor call on  Tuesday.  The southern Okanagan is looking  for an apple crop as big as 1026, but ar,  the northern end of that yields are  likely to be lighter.  It Is niithoritutively aunounced that  no work will be done on the uncompleted section of the north and south  highway from Oopeland to Porthili  until late in the fall at Boast. . The  Canadian terminus off tbe road has  not been deolded as yet.  *  .1  DOMINION DAY  Friday, July 1st  COlViETQTHE  Womee/s Institute  Refreshment and  Novelty Staii  in tho.  FAIR BUILDING  Afternoon Tea  ��������� Ice Cream  ��������� Cotsxsq  Letstomisd&,  Soft Dsisnhs  .    REST ROOM a*-.'  -   "   ���������~,.)^^^\.. '��������� ������������������  -t^sHyy??y ������������������������������������-.?  wmt.:: ������������������Tfe-_r  DBEBTOHs;- B,??^1  '*%.  _-_-_t-Sii-_i--E-----Bit,  ]R^c3^4feOff|  TMHtt^GI tt^lG RC&FfL JE^fTH^tNif ������  :??f?^&.^WO:R:TH::U'0 P? ?*������ ??K  ^st ick-y 'rev ^cATXHffi^j  ���������lean Jt6|liandle.   ^^Jby all  >3 -3 DrugijistsJ' :;iGr6ce^/;*__it-d;  General Stores  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEF! ytniB  f!?j_t_e  age"  i-niuijilli���������lias  wonder   metal   of  tli������ j  5s   a   jutting   term,   for j  ������_.'^  ���������      _���������__���������_;��������� ! ' ���������  brightness,    flexibility,    free- j  dorri   from   riist,   and   many ]  ;ada-^|dbli^..'ib:|^ n-������ititayR������i^'*b's-- '- ������*  uslpf _|: cmef:fpbei|tei't^;''asj  container ^ar'. exa^I-erice^  ,go.od.,.���������,tea.-p-r.Rfed.. ..'...Rose*.Tea;., is  pa.ck__d' ���������onlsr.'.an ..this  moderri  ���������������������������   y': ��������� . ��������� b-'';  j _,ij\������. xy  PETER  TEACHES   GOOD  ���������'��������� V^.-~SHIP "  CITIZEN-  ���������DcvTotlonal--r-.---Keading*:".rii.:Psalm:----'a-46;-  1.0,  Slavea-y has������almost ..ceased., in Itur-  ma, the Goveraioi- lias 11,0.1 i tied the  Viceroy of ludia.  Thef .United. HiUu.es .legation, will establish offices-    in    the    Metropolitan'  Building  in   the  heart aat   Ottawa.  Cup Lain Montague Yv'l������Re-Fya.K.er, TS.  veteran of the South .African- . \Yat\  and former men-, bet- of (lie It.N.W.M.  P., is dead at  Yuuixauver.  'Finally .revised,.   .vtaiistk-s    on   ,i,U������.-  Canadian automobile    industry    ->?iovs  that the number of motor    ears    prp-  daieed. during  H*2a> was  204,727. ;aaa iia-  .crease of 36 per cent.  ������' *-*-"  lion.     Judge    Jas.     Fly ma.    foravior  Premier of ahe Province of Quebec,  and puisne jttdge "of--- ahe Coaart of  K-ir.gV Beucli. of tiae Province of Quebec, is dead, after an illije*s of ���������several weeks.  By September I the 'lndepeaadent  Biscuit Co.,_JL*d.. will have a factorv  in operation in Calgary, employing a  hundred pea-sons, it is announced. The  company is capitalized aa $250,0i>0 and  ���������will oajeKite under a fedea*al charter.  D. R.-Poole, former Secretary of the  Manitoba Boys' Work board, lias accepted the secretary 'ship of the National Boys' "\Vork board, which  .���������epr'eseaatV the elutrclies and the  Y.M.C;:\. in co-operative boys* work',  throughout Canada.  Dr. Abraham Zihg.her, noted bacteriologist, who helped, perfect, the  Schick test for diphtheria, avas , asphyxiated when lie dozed iaa his lab  oratory at New York, while conducting research into ihe l-'ick test tor  ���������scarlet fevea*.  Canada will . be represented at  Geneva oai the question of naval dis-  arnaament by. Hoai. Ernest ]Lapoin(.e.  minister of justice, and W. A. Hidden. Mr. Lapointe, is returning by  way of the, Sue/, route from Australia where he took part in, the official  opcaiing of the? new capital at Canberra. ���������'   r   ;    - '' --  The . Department of Agriculture  ha"s removed the embargo on cattle  entering Caaiada. frbm England. The  embargo was inaposed on sa.ccoa.ial'. of  tlae foot anal mouth disease. It was  origiaaally applicable to tlae whole of  Great Britain, and was removed froaaa  . Scottish cattle only about a inqntli  ago.  of  MairfHiatiS, Jiave   beeaa,?   friMiainiUy   ; re-  ported  to be.    seayv lug    in    holla ..-the?  K.  .\, BALI; . ; Northeiia   iiud   Southern ..armies,   aud  Foram-i-ly general superiiuendenC ih ��������� iii*.*-' chief a<lvist?i* of ilae Cjuatoaaese  charge ot .ea-sitsraa lines of the t'laaay gbvei*aiuifeaa<: daariiag ily drive to the  aidian National Telegraphs,' lias 'been | Yaiagtse Valley -was Michael P.o'rodin?  appu'tnted general superintehdeaat of ] the chief agent in China of I he. ,Soviet  w.esiern iine^. wiik heudajuarters ut | govea*ai.a*oeaa.t, -believed" to be .still in  Winnipeg.   Mr.   l'5a\ 11   will   have   juris- j IlanUow,   the  yea I., of   ihat   t'aeiion? oa*  .. ,t -x    ' i. .. ..'-^    ���������-..'... ^.    ^m    -v\.^..i.   i  .\...     r <..... ^.^ .~:���������-.^....,-j .������ .^ .. ... i *     .' \i ..   . ,i  <im    v lUiumvBB    uiowi.      in:i'piy       miimeu  with  the  Coinmuivast idens.-   Aia'xlous  to  get  fresh   light  on  tln>  origins   of  ���������������������������:���������*- -r:Ek.plaaiatioais andj;Cpnvmeratg,..._..^^!...  , ,,1... ���������.i?ria*??.?,Suemly .-Life,:'.."2J.l, ���������'.-? 12>Tr ���������  "Beloved, I besei^ela fybaa ais B0j6ua-aa<[>rk  alia d? i>i*l gi'iiais'"--hH iu ft? 'fE������etea- ?������ d d resaes  hiK; a'eawjei.**?. 01'eaa^r is  Jiere, spealciajg  luefiiiphoracainy:   he wlJ-laes    ilaem    to  resale ' tiVa'^Ufe W-kx 'j<3iirheyy'niyfc:?a:  goal, aaad' that (he attsiiaiaaiunit of elaiu*--  act er which is e.fernal should ho their'  aiair;   J:he^; Svei-e :llvih"g,  as ''it-'werei in  factions   laaive  obtained   (heir ������tipplieH;j esUe oiafjearth, layayeai ;wjasvt}aeir.utrta,e-  aavan^i  atid othasji-yaiiai^rialfi  of war?  ooin-c^ q$ Lninese Munition Saappiy  .QrftaCfBrtJta.i.iV? J^yipaniy,, ;tJ'oui'������try   Not'  '??,'-':*'?*--. f'S^rirt^!ih-Busio'es-s  Hussia has Jtithea-to; been given tho  credit--pa: discredit of being i he chief  source--AVliehee, the  wfu-i-iug   tfhliieHe  tlacjioit t.vev all territory west, o������  Arthan to t!it> Pacific Coasa.  "be ins  Five long night:* are being planned  for this year by the Sbeie'y for tlae  Development o'f Aviation ami Cheiu-  acai industry iu Uaass-ia'. T^e ftrs-t  three vvill be within Ru.ssiaaa territoa*y.  but a Soviet: plane wall atteaaipt. ;t  flight to Scoekholan', Copeaihageu, Berlin. Pari*?. Paagaae, Vienna aiid back to  Moscow. The fifth flight will be -.froan  Mo.mm.wv to the Far y������ast.  home. _  '"'���������Tiie. <?ha-istiiiu r;looks; '"for tt; "iffe  etea*nal. in emu pa risen. xhea*eoa" ?1 lie  best '..things of this time are ot littie  acco-nut. It is bait as a l������dgla?vg fiir a  ba'ief night; and at -da-vvu-Ulie traverier  sets torwiird for his tru.e..h6aai'e/,:*,/'.-.v  Since'liiey taad but a shba-t t.inie'fb  Ktaiy on earthy ahey? naust^live their  biiel' life nobiyy -'I beseech yoaa to  rabstaiin ffi*ona all fleshly liasts, whieh  war Jigaitast the soul," are- Peter's:  words. -���������--..:���������':.������������������ -..- -���������,.?; ;-���������-.:.^���������^���������-->'.-y.y '  .."���������Do not jet ui? so aiai-row its inteaf  pi-etktibns tlaait ihe    majority    of    *aas  eKcape  thegfipjot   \\iv. apostle's; iii-:  jiitict'jon.    XjCt us atti.rJbu'ie <i coaaapre-:  henslve coaileait    to    the    xtuweJcome  woi*d 'lust.'    "Lust* includes the entire-  Origin of "Humbug"  "llaarnbug"   originated   when   .James  11. of England coined  base metal.in  has   tight  for  the   crown.     Tho   Irish  csilled it Uina Bog '(worthless aiaoney).  A New Coverall  Any boy or girl will find eiijoyrneait  iit wearing tlae attractive' oaie-piece  coverall bIiovvu liei*c. Tlae back buttons oaato tl'ie' froaat at theyslaoialders  j and I lab neck may be either .soaaare or  i V-shaped. Contrasting - anaterlal .is  used to binal the edges aiad the patch-  jiockot is eaaabroadored In aai attractive  design.    No. ToUI) fa in hIzch   I. 2 aaad  iU'mjs ������u|ip*y, lhe euiiij-i-  butor. to. t'-lt*e Nation aaad NewyAthe-  naeaanb of London, Eaagiand. who uses  the peaa-aaaiaae of Kaipnti, ������*ondaicteal a \ antagonistic te t!  private in\ estigatioaa ot his own, nsa- j the spirit. It includes not only the  covering a number of interesting i *a*������al' desire, biat the "iealoua eye?and  facts, lie t'diand that while tlae 3lus-  siaris had co*nti*lbuaed both arnia-  rnertts and men to both sides, some  other, aiatioias..had also heeai active in  I a siaaailaa- way, notably Germany, that  j couiairy wending io China during J925  j aranaaueaiis to the value of nearly $3,-  500.000. Some sairprvse Avould be natural at finding Norway in the ti-alllc  to' the exteait of $1,250,000, wit?la_ Italy  aacxt, fiaa*nisliing amanations, worth $1.,-  000.000. United States nmaiufact'urers  ettuipped the sirsenal of the Cantonese,, siiid Fi'auce prodded iiaiiitaiy  airplanes. -Great Britain,; indeed, Avas  eorispieuoias inasmuch as it was the  only counta*y that did aiot share "in the  btasiness.  European residents in. China who  were eonipened?fp:^y; before the advancing Cantonese probsibiy did not  i*ealize., that    the    2*C2,.tionalist  ._ troops  wrere; araned . wyith  >Yej:tei*n  ^'(?apoais.  The     situatioia,    as    the    Broclcville  Recorder and Tianes sees it, reealls  its kinship to tlaat existing'during'the  war wheat ahe Canadian    troops    be-  caine the 1su*gol. of shells into whose  construction nickel mined iai Canada  entei*ed. That Great Brittiaa. has refrained   trc'in assisting the araaaing oat  tlie  Chinese redounds  gi*eatly to  her  credit.    It is evident; enough that-up-  a*isings and internal warfaa*e will recur in China as long as train?c in arms  is permitted lo proceed -without interference from    the    gresat ynowers.,   It  csan  scarcely   be   satisfactory   to   the  people  of  the United Slittes to learn  that the. very aaans .iaf3ed: at Nanking,  Avhoae oate AaBcrican, at least, lost Itis  life,   may   havo   beeai , feupplic-d'  b,y   a  Uniipd   States   auunit.io,ns.. firm.     The  practical solution of tlio iUllculty stp-  paa-eaitly  lies   In   reaching   mi   agaoo-  ment limiting the traffic in arms aaad  signing    aand    a-aUfyaaig    tho    Arms  Triilllc Convention to'tlaat eaad. ���������- St.  Thomas Tinies-Journal.      *  S-': .Oi_e-.y* *>������;.>���������;���������}-$*&"-. ��������� 0utalaant���������  .d������,r'������'e!->'*������^  Engineers is the G^m^p^ippms.  .. process' which' impregii-ites'' ;aad ;  fiaas-ulates ������"a^y^f^ every  cord ^wriftli m rwb&er���������-*������ddis_gf  strength to: the cotds ^ and jre-  ducing internal ,-i%_'a^^.,fefan_l;  heat so destructive to tire  your _ont3a������Ity will^ igSadlv ^pSafaa  It������ y������H th������ extra value ? o������ GT5m������  TV- w^r, ������r������sj**** ^f������ mU^m,       **������      ' ���������*'tH_m-ms������i������i__3t������4r?        '^0^  __5-f"_-^-fJ^JMt*g5,'������   . ������������V      *^"  ��������� ��������� n*',������'%,'"r'*i***i,r,-'i*i*    f *&**  ''jj-teix-bi-i.traf&' h&w ythe^.'csMrds' ��������� bf.  the carcass are -s^taarated in a  rubber which makes motoring  -more  economical   wit|^ ^eled  comfort and safety.  ',.] ,,.y.;:f, ^?,;1.  FIRESTONI- TIRE, & RUBBER CO.  ' ?Hamilton;'Ontario. :���������-���������'-  MOST MILES PER DOOM  the itching    palm;f   Fleshly    lttsfc    is  everything, iai life   vvlaieh   steaans   the  windows.,of''the spirit. v Fleshly laist is  therefore inclusive of^"envyi  jealbiasy'1,  avsirice, insatiable selnslaraess, and iii-  ordinate aaaibition/'-^-.T-. II.  .Towettj: -   j  "Having    your    behavior       seemly j  among the -Centile".s;     tlaat,    -\vhefein:i  they speak agairast 3"bia as evil-doea*sf|  they may .by your good worKs, which i  they  behold,   gloa-ify   God in   the  day|  ol: visitation."   How like an echo frona I  the Sei-.ano'n oh Ilae Mount this seems! j  "I^et .yoau-   light   shine; before   auen; ]  tJiat  they .maj"  see. your   good   work.:  and   giorify   your   I-'atlaea*   who   is   m  heaven."  "So  Christ's  pilgrtm : leaves  a track of light behind him; iieisrfv _.__   Witness.    The  phrase  'in the.  day, of \ ...:���������������������������-.: . , ���������  v..;.-       .     y      --.--:.       ^  visitation*   suggests   a     tear    ih    the [ Historic   BuHdmg   Destroyed   by  G^r  apostle's  heart  lest   the   I'espbnse   to|!     '     man Fire is Again Open for    -  this witness' might -hot- be iaiimediate*:j -Service-??-? .,-,,:..;:  it inighti-.Jiav.e...lo abide Christ'SrCewn:-.  Firestone Builds the Only Qum-IDipped Tir_������  Coiisplete,._Restoration ..*...  of Rheims Cathedral  time, 'fhe hour of visitsitibai which,  ���������will- also he tlae Itoaar of illuminatioaa-  will come;, and then all the quiet witness? w'ill t*sla^*'lie,lipiyT wallc, the pa-  tleait endurance, the J^af'ty tesiiiaionyv  tlie life iiaa't is fair to see."���������J. M? if.  Ross.  xvhl.rh became lirst. Ooraibug and Uaen4������4 J'������������rs.    Sizo 2 roamlroB 1% yards 27  oa* 311-Inch   aaiaterial, aaid ������������������').���������������   yard  Humbug.  Diarrhoea  Summer CompEainit  NE ALWAYS USES  biinHng.  Ko.  27  Pa-lco  _ 1 OS.  ���������;".;EXT",OF  r,  inch   contrasting   for  20 cents the pattern.  The Trans Tea" Design la  Price 25 cents tho pattern.  nonio .si'wing brings nice clothes  wlihin the a-oiu-h of nil, and lo follow  Mae aaiode is delightful when it can ho  iloaao ho eiislly a aid ecoaaoaiaicaitly by  following tho styles pictured iat oaar  aaew Fashion Jiooic. A chart aa:com-  prmylaag each pattern shows the anaterlal as it appears when cut. owl:.  Kvory detail is explulned so that I lie  inexperieaaced sewer can aaaaako wilh-  out dlllicialty tin atta-active ilvesta.  l'i la;a< ut the book 10 c_ualij Uiu copy.  How To Order Patterns  Mr.    T.    F.    Mcfb-rRor,  Mi-I.eranan,  A Itra.,  wrilr*:   -" <)vcr forl v ye������r������  nRo  my aanotJaer ia������e������l to give ns 1>r. rowloi^in  JKattxa-ct o. WiId .St mwb������rry foV.d inrrhoca.   ,  Jindwummer rouiplaiiit.    Alltbrouahtho   j i'aHern   No  yt^rn v\n<'i* thi-ts ���������ft-lifn 1t(,hI,!c<" tvith an   '  ttxmMiMive loiampnawH o( thn boavrla 1 Inavo  l������#**in HcriiHlonmd to taLe a few done* of  thn man<J old,  rcliablo leaned^' and  it  -dwityn K������'f>uiH to laitvafl the altitiir^d efT^n,  jxi irint ter v.bul ihe cAiiw-*. "  Don't Accept ��������� -t.iaaia-f.tl.ute  Thia VfalaiabJe prcpanition linn httn  _.n llift rranrl<*'t fair the rmiat HO yta-urM' put,  wpooly Ijv'J,bfl'J\ Alillnarn Co.'. I,ir>i������������-il,  lorouto, Ont.  Addri'.nn-   WintiSpog  News-papev XTjaioaa,  J75   McIJciiuot Ave.,  Winnipeg  i  Size.  A" salaa and sure mediciaae for a  child troubled with worms Im Mother  GrsLves' Worm. Kxloa-.aaaiaiator,  Trucked Hogs Grade Well  "Willi Ilae ('XleaiHloaa of! gooal higli-  iwnyn from, the nana'Uetirif^ centres' into  the coaiailr^ (ho nunvbei; 6f|hogs delivered to tiae Ht'dc.k'yav^Sjitnd Prtcltlaig  hoaases by ta*ui*k is constantly in-  ca-eaf-ing. Not only 1������ the delivery  accoaaapllshi d nialckly, and llaoreforo  in good condition, baatj jih was pointed  out al a number of swlno naeetiaags in  Kaslcraa Ontario by Mr. Nrle 1?>. Me-  Croor, the sha>ep aaad swim* promoter  of the T.lve Stock Rrancla ill. Kings-  Ion, it leads to rapid lanprovehienl. in  the grades hecaaaso tlao farmer can  see foa* lilniRelf iho type oC hog fo'r  which tho highest prlcq. I������ imlal.. Thia  expliitUH why Uio' Vaoreonj,ago of wiles  In hog������ I rucked lo rninritet in aasnully  h'lflY.fv ihan v^lia-rc 'iht-y arc nh!pp������Ml  by   i-siil.  Woman Radio Expert    ,  Has forked Up Well Paying Business  in: Brooklyn, N.V. y  ^ ;  Tha*.ee. years ago Misg. Hairriette, P.  Quick, pE Brooklyn, JS.Y-.,. bought a  radio set. , It,,, intrigued' her. -She  took, it apart to see what aaxade it  woi*U, aaid finding that it was not  neatly made, she rebuilt it to saait  laia3i*i*elf. "letter Miss Quick 'shewed the  rebuilt set to some oE her friends and  they liked it ,so well ihey '.ordered  sots like it. . That staa.*leal her in  business aaad she set up a work  bench and started filling oa*ders. Today she does nothing ...else "but "build  radio sots;'"except when :she is erect-  iaig aea-ials oa* ta*ouble shootiaag. She  is Booklyaa's only: wo.maaa radio engin-  eea*. aavd oate of the few feanaijine radio  experts in the world.  Many people are ahnosf. crippled  with corns. Ilaaf it is needless nuffea'-  Ing which caai bavspeedily ended with  r.lollowiiy's Corn Heanovea*.  Employment at High Point  For t hi a* tee n loaig. yeati-s vthe bell^: ot  the Ca-th.edi*al of Kheiyns. remanicd silent., Tiiirteen^;    y<?ars    have    elapsed  si'aice the lastsas'rVice wa_r lield in'the  building whiela iai 'tlae   ^eyes    -of' -the  Whole- civilized    wo'rld,   fbecame - ilie  symbol of .Fa*Jince's   sufferings?' trijals,  a*e������aassance aaid regeneration.  ,  ,   Three dates    staaid    out,   tragically  marked1 iai tlie cathedaai's History, (an  Septelnbaar  4, 1014.  the first Geranan  dhell crashed- through the north ta-an-  sept^    On ��������� September 6i ?   1S14,    M^tss  was celebrated for. the last- tiane "beneath the noble    arches,   5tauder:.. the  tshadows   of   which  Joan ,of Arc  lave  ccutaaries    .ago      had, .the    "paupiiin  crowneii King o-C France.    Oh Septean-  ber 19, ;19.t-l, the  calhedral  wasl?des-������  troyed  by the iu!e'~- aiad���������-'the-. a*<Jpf and  bells crashed in, anoa*o  than -40ft tons  of molten  lead stroamaaig down ��������� into  tlae blazing fua*nace.  The lohg woa*k of 'restoration as; anow  teraninhtcid and the keysof the com-  ploted building have .been handed  over"'to Cardinal' I.tic-on^ Archbishop  of 1'J.h elms. .,,..,.-,,   Namo  Town  W  N  if  irvr  The cry "Hack to thn farm" nvoiaM  mean   aaaore   If   i*iil|-������'d   by   thone   wjao  I n������H������.a������   in  y<  Tom--'"l.low can ihat little birthday  gift for your wife be ������ i>aaa'|ii������liae if .she  told yoaa what ulio vfaailcd?"  Henry "I'm hoi KoSng lo give it (o  her."  How   etiHy  It  in to   tell   otlaei-H tliail  (i H'h^io aa.M>* lw worry.  Returns   Show   That   Eiriployivieiit   is  Now nt Highest Peak Since  1920  Reports up to May I. of (his. year  laoan G.iWS ilnaas Hhowed thait ena-  ployaaaeail: in. Caaiavdji was nt the highest point It hn.M ,boa>n Hlraco Ihe t.'aaaai-  dlan C.ovornaaaeaat lUn-esiaa of StaaJIslicH  began to Keep employ iai en I; ai-coids iaa  1020,     ���������"������������������������������������.  The payroll!' of the n.lHS' flrmn vo  porting on May 1, nliowed that (herb  were 8.10,850 poi'soim or.nphi.ved,  Mnaaaafactaaaiaag, construction aaaad  traaipportatlon recorded the nionr pa-o-  noiaiia'Cil inipa-ovenaenl, but largo gains  woa-e alHo aaolcd Iaa trade, sorxlees aaid  commuaaicutlon. ���������  Tl.o olllclal at-flitJ-j..*-, a>u ^'jjjploj-ijjenl  In Canadat do not Includo farmers. 3ai  the month*-: of April and Maiy there Is  tilwaya a coiawldei-ablo demand for  fnrni labor to help Iaa lhe seeding, particularly ������o iia WcMtern Canada,  where aiaillloaas ot" acres are sown to  wheal  and other grain crops.  Keep both  eyed'open oia  aai  ������'a������������iaaiy  vim i*v!������!?!'''  to de vnai -.1   fnvor.  , ���������.ylsisuing Jubilee Stamps      ���������.���������  ���������  riPoaitiiuister-afetteval ^"y^en'ipt? ii* > issuing a spocialserfoa of "lio'staga sliiiups  to, ajo'ianiemoa-atjo tlae Dla^iond Jubilee  of|^oivfc<ipVal.ian(fif The|^iLl 'be!;l'hai"K-  qrftliaaVt.Wo ho^nuji issijij^and y'M^*1,*������������������  lilef t he ftevdopttient fjcit^llie liiioUiUa-  ionj ,IUe e^paatslon? oi: J^^'tpiia^poi'ta-  'Ucaii isyatenas iind]\ \M^6\ief;SPhtiBo4'lot  thu iiaLion's industries and a-esourav  os. It Is stated the slaanpH will ba-ing  joy not only lo phllalelisfm, haal: lo the  ���������pul'llt! generally.  Aii'strallaia wlldea-tioHSOH lahonnd in  BaibttH-raaaoa,!! a-lvers v.hicli r naay , ho  tapnaid liy 'aa'teaiaai  - ^lltt.:; ?, .ClUeoiiR-  'land xu>V T������<tI^������>iH^f'(100''f-lailfifIloii ;?g*allc������-nrt  P<t day. The iirlesiaai belt oi* UnHira-  llu Ih'.larger than all Argimtina.  away from Home!  You need protection" from illness  cuuned by chnnge of waater, food  or cl'm*aate.   Carry -^bottle oat  iL^JSgSBBOSw SSSbbB��������� 5' \_*sf3_6_3 cE?  ��������� i/idrruQcSat .Ri-sffTBSfly i  ���������'..:,'.,; r > ������������������������������������''"..c    ���������i*u--, :' ���������A������,i'"' .-��������� '���������;���������   '\  ���������THERAPiCW NO. %  ���������THE8R-APIO-M Wo, 2  " *****jf*** ISJ9 IB, (Ol 4% i-SBifrfcB^B "*'"'  _H .Oi&il-^B^fi*a-_a>JiMrji  'J  mmm I  _ ^              _ I. tyfe j  *m.l 'ar*immmm������<amtm.r*U.~~*<>.* U>* HUh-il M |  bhlu a.l_a<.*-,a. Wb.������ (am _lM������>iknl������'-a"*->h���������_���������������-������_.)  Mm.) t>rl������������"<������_< ���������i������i������>>a..vr*i<i.ar Hm.fttutntu.tluuu. i  *hk.i,-ci _n<:M*J.Cd al������������*,r������������o������u it������,r*,w.i,i.-������ta<>������|  ttt   RJ.II  Cl. tQ. <������l������tlt. piiC.������?.i fo*. OH. 00>. ������r������"*������l  W..  ������ *- f .. *   m **r<*.   <m<������* ..   4 *��������������� w.������ *������^������   W*.*-������  *.~*. ������,��������� 0  THE    BEVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.  * \,   _  >_*/ "7  J  i *r  I  iClii iii^ec-rg .^estf /  Kills Flies-Mo&tmitoes  Roaches *Be^ ****^ *  ?i  PAlJN-l'tiU   MKJtib  BY NELLIE L. Mc'GLUNG  JL  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,   1925  . CHAPTER I.���������Continued  ���������    "Are they all bad, Aunt'"Li������i?" a's'k-  ;ed  Helmi tearfully.  A   loatg   spell   of -coughing, delayed  *ttu. answer. ~      ' -  thia-d day wrote a letter to ixer sister  in "Winnipeg telling her to meet the  ta*aiaa fa-om isaint Paial on a certain  day and look out;for a "Finnish" girl  and    a    gieen    Tam  jf pretty Helani; that's why E.ana afraid.  gl donT Hraut 3NIilc.e te sfee you if it caai  %ho helped.    He'll want you Just like  .^���������lieK'Svj^'t#dffii_e'.|s' 'Kate, jthevfebob, will;  * keen you sarfey AU/tbe givl^f are jitiyj  f|frlends.   .   .  . ..  Remeiiibea* what Auni  ^fiFIS-aftf^^  Haying, received,.the of  time'}}_she had asked for, "and having  delivered ?ber?caies^age|^tiait|Sii!i 'gave?  UI^ the figlit ������������������^itUc^at- 'f^stifuggle'/-' The?  si|enee of the room was broken by  tli& stormy sPbs;Pft'bi^ Kate^thejcpok,  aiajil the two upstairs * girls. Sbe had  safd goodbye to all the gia-JSv iai? the  hofaase the, night before, ller last and  t eSjcIej-est fwor&V were fior her -"young  Jil^ce. '���������'..���������}���������>.. /S}},']'S". ,'.--...' ,'_"'.: y ..,:-'  ���������*^'lf yoai 'could only talk English 1  wEuld stay," she had said? "It is "a  good country, but  with  red laair  o'shanter.  The day that IFeimi left. Hk  Kata?  it's too:?,'iJa*4;������d.];lor':  pretty girl who has no English." *  a     "'S'hey'_doi������*.ii '-want   to   Kettle, down  '(���������a their home like we. do:   they don't  like icids and a nice quiet life���������though] ma<,e the "^plauation to tlie bereaved  ��������� ���������   -        -       -- ! uncle.    Being the .-coot,  s-he was not  afraid io talk .back to any one, and  besides; sheyiiaaa Certain JnforiiaatioTi  which quieter*! Mv. "Laine's outburst '<&'  indignation. Miss Kaiherin������,? -Kennjy  was not? sqf large that- sbe, couiai 3iot  kneel at tlie door aaad apply "her eye  to ' a ���������-.keyhole .in such f a, onanner^- tliSLt:  the whole room and its activities  were revealed; -Mr." Xaiite cbbM not  i-eplyyyyfb .Mi^i������^ Keriiiyfs aCcUsiitibns  and" threals of||xposu.re bv ntttiia^lher?  over-.'-the heaxi witti a chair, -'^uclt  ci-uile? nietb od s ,o C dealing. "wi th?? wo-  meix can only be safely used insidethe  }'*5������ll''V**r������'llf������**ctifV-irYr*������f<*',   *vf   vt^eTfr"r$������viJ"vr������-'*r      T-T������w  ^**;* ������-.^^-. '*���������; *_.' _-������ ���������   _;'������'*w-v***y iw*^ -    -.Pit.      .*������..��������� ������_._���������-* _t������������������XjtJm.j   .   #rv,������.*.'v-  contented biaiiself by telling the cook  he didii'-t bare wlaiit' shehad done With  the gli;l; lie 'had "had ehe-usglaf o?- these  bad'tfrttipereti Finns,;anvivay;''::<'? '���������'��������� ���������'-. y;  i,Vtth:*tliis?Mr. 'liaiaie  shrugged* his  shottldei's  and -went back te> tho bar.  lie? woaild probably get? tbe  giftJyetU  She-; would be writing back/p'r moiaey  and ^claiming  relatipnsliin; '^Miy bjrtt.;  iri like that, light oft! the farm in  *I  ean learn.  M\.~ ������������������  dear- Auntie/' .tsaid  U^-liniViKissing tlae; t.hinywhite??laand.  "0ko. you did, Aunt 5-ili_," but Aunt  "LijU did hot-bear?'������������������'  l^iike Laine, the proprietor of the  "Jafarineay's Ilome,". leaayneti iai.,.some  wi|y of ills hiecs'sfarrival" and 'as3;cd  tdlasee heavy ,^ He ; piuefhed }}or. .arm  ai|a?clionateiy the day or the funeral  "aaptl told her to call hiaair *'^Jik.e" .and.  ca^. the "Uncle" stuff. Till ^htii-niiig  e*|es made laer slnadder. '   v^  llne.-oC the girls tailked Fiaxuisli,. aaad  i r������ big- Kate's room pit I he kitchen^ a  Cornell '.was held, llelfiai was'fta-m iia  h|r detea-mihalaoh t0 "stay^ Hag Kate,  wjio bad one huudred dollaa*s in, ta*u*it  foi* her. urged her to go home; the  Finnish <; girt -faithfully jnterpifetiitfi  both sides of the argtimtiait.  For three days the discussion  raged* Helmi rtairingf the intervals  -?,-'having washed'her clothes sind learn-  jraed their English naaaaes. She also did  Ivher share of dlsrhwashing and potato  f'lpeeliaag. Tier si*ill ha these, mutters  l|won the hea^t of the cook, wlao on the  +;n  ERAtlOK LEFT  HER Mi WfeftK  Letter Tells,of Wonderful  Relief fitter? Taking Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  Coaaist/iai,. Ontario.���������"Arior  a severe  operation und aa. threo-weeks'  stay in a Jaospatal ,  I j-eturaied  homo-  sow oak tlaat Iwaa  tinaible to move at  Claalr.i, yFor four  mottttiH-1 waua nl-  naoH L 1'r an tie w ith  pstinH nnd Htiffoi'-'i  mguntil I. thoa*ight  sure   tliore  eoaild  not  be any  help  -Comae, 1.laud vary  severe paaiaasin anv5  lo ft: side and Haaf-  fcrcd uKtnay.Qvery irrnnth.    On<v <i������.y  ���������when I "vy������M i^otabUt lo gist uji my  mother luSgghal me-to try your* moo-  icinc.    My husband fjot iaae n bottle  of Vegetable ,-C'ouipound ait once'and  3 siwl. it.   'I sl'������*j-Le,<;3 ^ .;ivcuiiil laoUje,  etrul to my wiarprisoataad joy the paan������  in my aiialo left tno coaiaplctely and I  inn able fo do all my woa*k without  laol}*u    J aan a t'Jiriiaer'H wife, mo .you  lice I can't, be idle long. In alf, JLhaivo  aken nix bol.tleH.of iiydaa.lu. l'inlc-  lam'H ' Vegetublo    Cairnpanind,   live  kixch of the (fomponnd Tiiblets, two  .lottlesfof I4W111 JO. i'lnkbimi-H Blood  Wedioahe' anrl liuve alHi������iaHed the Saaaa-  Box lOll, Coaaiaton, Oavtat-io. O  A  Finailand, with "a Tiretty  face "and ho  tSnglisih���������Some1 fellow   wmild   be   tbo  snaaraf for her; ������������������-..'?'���������    ���������'���������>������������������������������������"���������������������������       f-'f*-'-;'-: *-; l>-  On tlie Soo?lihe^firt^Iie day??e&a������eh;,'  with/ ber face against the^glass, a boSi  of' sahdwielies  beside? liSr,   nabhey -ih  her purse  and    fire    ten-dp'llar    bills  'sewed''securely dhtoftlaef_>ocket -oC/hei-  petliepat;. satf Hplnii,?  ywaj.jelaia.gy' a tlyo:  laaadscape slip past.    !t was abrilliant  day in March; wild geese Avere flying  noa-th   in  \'-shaped., f oi*mation.';?'. cattle  with blotchy coats were roaming tlae  fields;  bhick chahnels of water licked  their   wiiy   through   snowj   feticetops  wea*e show-hag    like    ro\ys    of    fancy  s1 itcii iaag   a round  ibe   fields. ���������" At" one  station,   where   the. train   wait oil   to  change . engines,.-.,. the  boys   and..<git'ls  .iaast oaat of school hail came down to  the   station.    Ilolanl was glad  to   see  one girl .wearing a cap mtacit, like )act-  own-���������it gare her at delicious thrill of  monti.    A boy aud gia*t walked jawayy;:  togfetber���������tlae  boy  carry bag  bis ��������� com-"  ptuii.oirta: books stud skates asyjiyfill as  has  own.     He  leaned   towartls laer ais  lie :.6������poke, ._ ^^  ^ ,  f   .?:'. -f/ ���������-..���������i.  ;'\ljG'lii-ai"s?feyes   wqa;e'-wislruiV as ?slae  waiohtd;   "They aa-o not all "bad/'-she  .said-rin... |aer owu tongue.   . .,-::^,..... r--,.-'. ���������-.  The train bore  swiftly oaa.  Kagerly  Ilelnal watched  l.li,e racing,  swingiiig.  slkUaig ibi'Jds.    The ������uii,wei������t*(iiWnriai  ai crinason  iai'lst.    slibothagr   sU-camci's  into   the sky,  so  watran  and   glowing  th nl   it seeaaacd 1 a Mel in t like. ?i wcl-  conaihg   flrb,   -\Vltct*e   tlie, wbuhf And  friends, ,bomo  aaul  haimlucss.    Kvon  after "the sunset had priled itaad faded  iaalo tlao gray ofoaigh'. sbo kne^ that  it   whm  Hl-lll  burning and glowing and  beckeniuK, kcr fur I laer (>ia.  ',; ??AbalyiW,eaia*ia-j lloliaal. youttg^^taioaag  find unufrtfid. ,  a  As Miss Kenny    read    the    letter,  following each sine .wliia a rpr< forefinger, consternation settled upon her  like a tent,    -  ���������'What the ilivil" she began, "Fiain  girl, red haired aaad sanart . . . bad  to get her away, it was not safe for  laer laea-e . .' . I remain >our loving  sister, Kate." :  "Oh! f-io she a,emaitis my lovin' sis-  tor: Well, I am no lovia' sister of  hers.. She-always finds tbe taouble,���������-  siae can place it wilhoiat a willow  wand, can KatyT,���������aud then -hands it  on to me. Well, here's a pretLy bow-  do you do, a Finn girl, no' J-nglisli,  comin" on the ia'ain. 'Please Maggie,  find her a place. Easiest thing in the  world, Maggie sorra a thing you have  to do; anyAvay' .  .  ,   ."  "See laere,^ Anna Milandea\ you  should be tho one to look eiit for a  Finn .girl.' listen to" this."  Tlie head, "dining-rooaai girl came  languidly?? snt<^ .tbe kitchen. "What's  tlie row?"���������she askod.  Maggie read the letter.  "She'll '"coine" in at' five to.moiTow,  just wTben I'm up to me eyes in the  dinner., Now, yo\t go. down���������you can  speak to her and bo back in time to  carr\r the diniaei*, too."  Aiana's head was flaang back. "5  think. :a seefsnyseii-^-i .---didn't'-..send lor  this gii-l^~sbe's;?P.bMtins to me���������merely another wage slawe coming to take  a job. Thei-e's too auany gh*ls now  tor  tbe  job;*." K,  Maggie Kenny's face was screwed  lap in astonisbment "My God," she  cried, v"is that tlie hrotherhobd you  learn-at-:yonr meetin's," - ~ - --- =  "We^reropposedly to y ianmigajation;"  ^Said ||nna '^anly|?f "tlie..-. '^overnnieiit'  duniiis in people' Itere; jaist to keep  "wagps. <!Uwn|:It*s.tbe' ca.pitalists again.  Ybu-baven^C sense ������enougli to see i.p."  I "Forcall the brazen, selfish lumps 1  ever saw it's you Anna. *WhenSyoii  can������ hea*e'twb years ago all ^you  eouid say was 'Yiss.' Who sTiowed  you how tbymakea bed and comb ^onr  hair and garter up your stockings,  And now, by Gosh- you wouldn't -tfieet  anetbe^: grirl at tlie statioai, andf-her  from your own country and atl..|I>id  you^nevery^iear? *ofv tbe^Goldeaa. Kule.  do as you would be done by ?"'      ?S  "Old  Muff,   Maggie,"   scoffed  Anna,  '"no one believes that now.    Thevidle  rich sling that: stefff? around to' lull us;  toisleep, that's all.   It may catclifyou;  aria? your l>reed, f btit ?iibt lis.     AV^e've  ;gone alongway past tha L" -        %  "What the devil ad?yoii want, Jnaaa;  Milaiidb������. 1 Haven't ypu a    good fjob,:  good meals, good  bed. better clothes'  than you ever had?���������What alLs ybia?"  "We haviei  notbin^j ;tbflose butt?our  choins/'^sald   y*xiaiaa? ',.' lpicUfy.     '^row  long -..could, old Spencer run this jjioint  without 'us? The world belongs to? the'  workers, but we hayen't    the    backbone to claim it. Softies' like you lleep  u's baciv with  yoiar' Goilleai Ilule,' and  the Speaicers get the profits.'.There's,  only, two classes, thp-so,who .work and  those who live on otlier's wciak. Soiue  people  earn and  some spend,    If tlie  woi-kors would all organize we eoiii'ti  dictate tea*ms.   Some day  we'll do  it;  Then a new dayyyvyill  come."-; y  '-' ?;    *  (To Be'cpntitltiedOy "X  Invented Good-Paying Joli  Englishman  Tramps  Around   Country  Typing Letters for Farmers  On tramp with a t.vpewriter, -doing  letters lor people on lonely farms* and  in out-or-thc-way villages,    is    a.    job  that art ex-service man has invented  for himself iai-pidea^ toy-earn a living.  'He  is   Horace  Woodford,  a  native  of  Ociey, England, who was   a  clerk  at Hull before joining the army, and  afterwards   was   in   turn,   bop-picker,  ship's stoker and -fish iiaw'ker.  fT have been making a* decent living for the past two years ta-amping  round the country fa*om the early  spring to the' late autumn," he told-  an interviewer roceajtl3r.  "I type letters for famers and tbeir  serrants, and when I strike any big  public works I always iind that the  men���������more especially the navvies ���������������������������  are glad to ba*i e tlie opportunity of  having a letter typed for them.  "I hare tramped all over England,  Ireland and Wales, and now I am  going 1o try Scotland. My chai-ge for  letters^ long or short, is 12 cents. I  must have" typed tbousands, ineludiug  love -letters.  "I never knew there was so much  romance 011 the land. To hear some  stolid looking yffanaer folk telling  their love story in ike' .rough; and  ready language^ was? a surprise: to  me. ..:������������������-;^'. :-:���������?���������"'��������� ���������'-..:  . ."The. girls always want a line,or  two of poetry, and as I iiave an odd  book},of y.erse., I a.m able, to oblige  them/'; '��������� ;.''. lllX.:i'S."!sl ",.-.  'Say Tlie Movis. Stars  So **-,**y aU wTvobs wo?k im  liard after tbey try th* del i-  ciou_>  invigorating refaresb-  _ne**._ -&t  Wrig-l������*7-"s' EPezzbl'S  8 -���������B.-rvMci-'U   ^.iP    lA/*w������-a������a>%,ft������ir  Is  Nov.   the   Third    Largest    City   in  Canada  Winnipeg is still   the  third largest  city iii  Canada,  o r-./-rf*������**t"#riTS%><'#-  An Unusual Bequest  Toronto   Man   Left: Something   Better  ,      Than maguey; to, Chi|di-en  "A Toronto-real  estate  dealer,  who  died recently, didn't leave bis family 1  yery much ihoiiey, bait be beptieathed !  to bis ebOdren some aidvice vvMcb, If  aci.ecs' upon,wtsi prove    to* tie    ssucji  'mere? valuable thaaa'- gold -br'?;s:iiH'ea*?-aIn:;  liis last will and testament lie declaimed "that  lai*^4tervent prayer was  that  all bis "darling eliilclren will embrace,?  every opportunity"? id  do good, to?be  kind and loVing to    all    the    hiaman  family;":':;?'? ?y - -..,*'  If tbe beneficiaries of this advice  ponder over it, and put It into daily  pi5act3<3e, they ?*������vill lay tap for tiiem-  ?eelAres riches, boOi in. this life ancr  iri the life to coriie. ' Tliey1 will be rich  in the affection and regard of their  fellowship. Like begets like. If men  manifest kindness and love toward  tbe litinian family, they will receive  the saarieiaa,5 retiarn.  Sioney is ' aiot "��������� every thin,���������?. As  Tennyson baa so* wrell paat it, "Kind  hearts aia-e?-niore, than cbi'oaiet.s." So  fathers who have little or no money  to Ierayre. to tlieir children maty easily  do a lot worse than this Toronto  'faitbet; who sought to beqaaeaih to  bis off spaing the spirit of Icindue.ss  and of brotherly love.  furnish'ed by tlie Board of Trade. Its  population, biciuding saabui;bs, is. 29 ..-  646, as given In Henderson's Directory. Montreal and Toronto are, of  course, well ahead of this flgitre, the  firmer at a ^million and the latier at  three-'nuarterg. City f Hall record^  give the population of Winnipeg proper at 1 J>8,&3 2, p a* a gain 0% 7,000 pver  a y������>ar ago Vai.ncpuver ;cpanes Hex?  with,about  160,000.:       .    ; ,  THAT BABY 0E������0URS  ,VVs;_i-  :-������V3Ul  ?   Baby's Own Tablets       .  .? No anaitter. bow - strong and .rosy  youi* child may be lie^ retitiires a laxative sdinetiaaaes so th at? the stotaaacb  -ahay ; be kept sweet and the system  cleaari.  -..:.: :'.���������-  Formerly; the laxative medicines  given to cliiblren were disagreeable  ones���������castor oil, Sennit .tea, povw:ders  and' so on? But -now llaby's1 Own Tablets, easily administered and pleasant  to take, have superceded these. The  children like Baby's.- .Own Tablets.  ?Not oiilyfasl4%iMattiaBe but in many  other ways these Tablets are an ideal  remedy for little ones. They quickly  redttce feverishness, relieve indigestion, colic and voniitlhg,, prevent constipation,, cheek . diarrhpea, ...;'allay  teetbing pains and proiiaote healthful,  natural sleep." '"���������"]"'L'"'\      "''"   You can get Baby's Own "Tablets at  anv dealer Iai medicine or;at 2a3 cents  a box from The T>rv Williams' Medicine -0o;, Biockville, Ont.  Iodine for Scarteft Fever  Iodine; iaijected byiioalernalcnlly. not  oaily will cui-e? scarlet IVJvea*. but will  totally kill its germs;"'"according to; a  doctor practising in���������' the Amba*aav,z:l  Mouniuins in Italy. He said lie Irletl  it daarlaig ;a" recent;..epidemic iiaid  stampe'd out the scourge iaa a few  days. The badlne wns Injected iai  quantifies proporl.ioaaatij with the stgc  of lltevpatieiit.? ..  Little Helps For this Week I  niul  thrpi-J  <:ilAPTKIt  H.  IMiirgiirol. Konaay   wiih    wiping  her  "Grtiaadpa's  a  hundred  yeaar's ohl todny, doctor.*"  "fKia't. that   srikiiadld!   And   do'e.-a lab  road or do any thing?"' ' ;.;  ,-.  "JMo, 'q.don't k(m.'Iii to luive no afai-  bltUaaa for nut In'."    iPuarsoias Weekly.  Two of life's urgent roqulHlles aire  good health and ������ little more money.;  Blessed  are ibe pure in heart,  for |  they shall see God.���������Matthew v. 8.       j  The  paaj*e   In heart  God's   f������ce  shall \  }[       ������ee;   '  And does not this  laachwlo tbe whole ;ecstatic scaale  Of promised hi Irs? ^  Can.  soaals  whlcli   iris  dear   presence  gain,  Moi'e joy attain?  Cei'taitily as tbe Qpen eye da-inkH in  the flight, doy?,tbe,;, paaifo, i;i 'bea'rt see  GocL And he tl nil. lives truly, feels  'lll.rvi as a��������� preseucp aaot to be?put, by.  :   .-������������������Theoiloa'e PuL'kur.  The pure Iaa heart see God in everything, and see Ulan every where; and  Lbey  are  aiiprammly, blessed.  ���������John G. Holland.  One thing about, the greedy 'man,  aaid he who "begs 'along the"��������� sti-e'et*;  the" former always ���������oats too long ���������  tlae latLer always longs to eat!  -   Sores   Heal' Quickly.-���������Have   yon   a  persistent. sora> that i-efuaeiH to head?  Then, ti-y., De. TbohiiiH', j_cleutrlc <>53  in ihe dressing. It will stop sloaagb-  ing, cara*y away tbe proud flesh��������� tlraw  oaat the -pup and prepaa^e a closwi way  for tho new sbiaa. It is a reeogni/.ed  healer anion!,' oils and 'number's f of  people catn certify thsit it healed  where laropei'ly applied: - -   ��������� .  'Had���������"T  prauilficd  you a  bicycle  1f  you  iaa Hised' the exaaaa I nation,  but you  failed.   What have you ..beeai doiaig?"  Son -'"Leai'ialaaK to ride a bicycle,"  Ease sunburn wilh Mlraard's Lin-iment.  I A -inun aloosn't faally a'callxe -thn  I'blbtalnofls ot justice iintll he gels the  s hIui'i'I. aiatl of 11 lawsuit.  ,1 intayluy. on ;.;t,110 Juratu*coUi.r.oal( tollu1.1 ow-  i'i  wiiiCli���������"' hung    belilnil    tiae" paaalry'  door,.. puepjlratpry   lo   the   opening  of  ���������her .Himtev'.K;letter, which U.y;j;6tt tho  drain hoard. Not lor a aaioanont did  tlie  elder Miss Kenny  talco _)ier "eyes  .liff. ibu  I'ltU.-a;.   ,  "It's froaaa Kuto In tlao Stales," flbo  naId, "nnil so It's trotable, *tfhu*a  adopted a child, or killed a ,|������.an rfor  hcatln' bin borne, or t������otaie|bing. Slao  novet* writes only wlrave'u slio,. ,5������ in  bbwlt or Bfamo kind. CIobIi! I, often  wi.sb nhi) wa������ In jail, wlaqro .I'd bo  {lima of her, h-ail ceaa to ber impl-  leaace. I (old laer lhi> Hiiift sabe sent MO i  ill.:-   c*I,'\������ Omi  'I   *wt  aaltuno    wilh    !ipj". '  HOOIIIHJfSrT?,  W.     N.     U.  ICtiu  i>?. A^XJ^*^^*!:..-,,  \  Well, l may a a. well a pen tt."  Back-to-tbe.Land |  A tauunber. oi* Parlltiuietal. was a pa������-  Ht'iiger on, a���������'��������������������������������������������� Kl.c-iianMbip-. which, was  Rtowly sluicing, ^iMii.* passamgehi '-werb  ellmbhag inlo the lifuboats.  '"Sir,"' hUKxeslod-si a*oport<M- uaa ba>ard  tbaoi-'ill-fated . vessel/'"heni'ii a chaai<-e  I'or Homo publicity.    If you cttreal���������"  "You may Viuote me aa saying,"  replled alio HtatcHiaaiiia, "that I sa������na  he-ai'Liiy In.,1'uv.m- ot a buck-to-iho-  I a lii'tl''' irtaii ivovti e 111.**  IlurueH���������"f nnrtlco nay. sou practice  toxir bourn each day/*  Hod���������"Jleavon, uaan,    you'll    umk������>  him hate uau*1o so much that ho -will  SglVn. it up."  i     Tt-n������������*n*������������������--- ��������� "'VIini.  Tli3H'i������   IumI.   what   I  ws-iat?" '   '  '   ��������� j  Wlnard'3   Linlrayeint   la  reMnbt������. 1  jSJeHLI  ^i.-������M^H  Opened  Ttw;  lt^iiM^@Mr^^ I  Never worry about  leaving Eagle Brand  in .the opened tixi ��������� It  keeps perfectly, pure  and sweet, if kept  'covered  in   u   cool  plaCC; E2ii7 ;J8g-3J*������-|^ra^������^^  tpfSffijaggTartfi**���������_**'��������� ft**wm*y^jfmmmjmmVX*tiBmmmmjaB^ 'mjaKaamt-^"���������.!***���������*'ffw_rir*7Tr*SS*.'":a .' ������������������*��������� ,T "j 11^-^1���������^^*^!^***^=!**^*^^'"''T'*'rMSw^i^rr-*^"^^^~;*% rf3_-j5SBS5������!_^ -��������� *?^**^~^^j~^^?**^^  19-BE& ?������J5!j_!���������-_^^}������;,. HBTI-iW  iv&wnmtas&B  I  Wednesday, June  15th, tyitnessed  the fiast   shipment   of 1927   strawberries, when ten era te8 went east.  X). J. Spiera, general road foreman,  was here on Satis? day snaking an inspection of the new road through tbe  Mur������riM-ro"*"���������l blocks which ias.es?? cossj-  pieted.  Mars. J. B. Rudd haa disposed of her  Ford sedan, ana. is now. driving a  Chevrolet. tourinR car.  Bon. Smith of Alice Siding* was a  Sunday visitor here the guest of Mr.  and Mrs. B. Andestad.  Mr. and Mrs. O. OgUvie and son  arrived from Trail on Sunday to look  after the strawberry harvest on their  Wynndel ranch..  Douglas Butterfield and family left  oan Monday, for Riondel. -where they  expect to make their home in future.  Mr. and Mrs.   C. B. Twlgg of Ores  a ���������- *xr_l������ ���������j���������������i ���������*._:..._.��������� ' ������������__  tuu   wcic     *������ J.1JHUC1   viomiita   tju   tauia-  day.  Word arrived here last week of a  young daughter arriving to Mr. and  Mrs. Murgatroyd, at Vancouver.  Effoi ts are being made to keep the  potato bug in check, ail patches at  "Wynndel having had their first  dusting.  The downtown section at Wynndel  is brightened up now that Jas. Wood  has followed the Co-O^s. esanaple  and tareated his store to a new dress of  paint.  The first of the berry season dances  will be held on Satui-day, June 2.5th,  in tbe old schoolhouse, with Mrs. Lister's orchestral supplying the music.  The pupils of the jianaor room, with  their leacher. Miss Severn, also some  of the mothers and   friends,   spent a  and litis bride, who are on their  hnneyiucion trip to the coast*-and  stopped off for a favo day visat0 leaving:  stop at  Y-Howst-OH- IMatsonft! Part  and other places of interest. They  are due back at Waierford* Ontario,  at the end of the month, when Mr.  Waithetrs re-un.es work as dispatcher  on the Michigan Central  HlCSv BDjOjf a.������������S vriltiuj;  Hv  on Saturday. The picnic was greeted  with delightful weather, and tbe  children much enjoyed the games and  races, organized for their amusement,  as well as the ice cream and lunch.  . The students f*-om Wynndel writing  on the Grade 8 exams, at Creston this  week are I_ena Benedette, Lewis  Abbott, Fred Wilson, Adolpy Benedette, Margaret Joy and l>������ve Taylor.  The faarst year bigh school candidates  are Murray Hackettand Gweedo Benedette.  &������rtf&ff*  Mrs. J. C Neil and son. Clifford,  arrived from Spokane on Thursday,  and have token up residence at the  ranch at Kuskanook. Mr. Neil arriv*  rivek six weeks ago.  Walter I*awrie has just arrived  from Cranbrook to take on the work  of night operator, succeeding Mr.  Kennedy, who has been transferred  permanently to Crows Nest.  Mrs, R= C0 Proctor returned frosn  Cranbrook on Sunday, whea-e she bus  been visiting her brother, W. D.  Goodman, who was hurt in a motor  accident near Cranbrook a few days  ago. All will be giud to hear that he is  recovering niceiy.  Miss Eileen Heap as a Creston visitor thia wteks where she is writing on  the Entrance examinations. She is  accompanied by her mother, and are  stopping with the batter's pa renin, Mr.  and Mrs. Simisber,  Mr. Kozack and his extra gang arrived on Saturday night to repair the  damage done to the big fall near the  JL-.ndang in one of the ^worst storms  seen here, on Friday afternoon and  evening. Due to so much driftwood  along the fall the waves were not as  damaging in their work as would  have been the case had the fill been  unprotected.  M ra. Lonaby was hoateaa on Thursday at a sale of work and tea for tho  general funds of the Anglican Church.  Mrs. Smith was in charge of the work  Ktall, and Meedumes Brawn and Jas.  FntH-uiu-o .tuMir-feed at tbe the tea. The  intake totuUed t$85. Enjoyable features were the musical numbers by Miss  Ncil,*Mra, Wifcon and Rev, and Mrs.  Newby,  News reached here on Friday of the  death of Mra. E, MeCabe which took  ���������filace at Cranbrook boKpltnl, wlaere  uhe biiH been a pnti_nt the punt five  youra. alio witb 80 years of age, and  the reniainrfl were battered in Oritn-  t>took cemetery on .MojuJay, with Mrs.  T. Rogera and Ernt-ut MeCabe of Qlr-  diai- att*>nd'lng>.C31'liiaQ0fiH(fd ciimi������ to 8ia*-  <1hi' In 1007, when uho hH'Ivih! with  ban* btuabuntl who died   about eleven  Miss Annie Yerbury is an Erickson  Erickson visitor this week, the -guest  of Mrs. R. Dodds.  Mr. and Mrs. R; Helme left a few  days ago for Procter where they  plan to spend the {next couple of  months at this well known Kootenay  summer resort.  Road improvements in this section  are through for 1927, the last crew  finishing work at the middle of the  week.  Hay cutting as under way irf the  Lister area, and it can be safely said  at is the best und biggest crop ever  taken off.  Bert. Yerbury, who left here intending ta locate a job in the Windermere  country, has been more fortunate,  and is now working steady with a  governmentTroad crew near Moyie.  Schoo! is due to close for the summer vacation today. Easter has one  candidate writing on the Entrance  exams, at Creston in John Rard.  Mrs. Hare, Mrs. Bert Hare, Mrs.  McCreath and Mrs. W. K. Brown of  Creston were Friday visitors at-Lister,  guests of Mrs. Geo. Jacks.  Frank Baker left on Wednesday for  Crows Nest points, where he is representing the newly-organized Kootenay  Co Operative Fruit and Vegetable  Association, of which J. E. VanAcker-  Mrs. Lister was at Kitchener on  Satuarday night,   -where  the orchestra  Quppatcu is-"���������U"s*-.C "COst  *usa������3 Ci.ii.aaCO - Its   aTaUHt/ S  Kali, and with Miss Vera and Mr*  Jenks, motored to Cranbrook and  Kimberley for the weekend. Col.  Lister as recovered so well that he is  expected home before the end of the  week.  Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Harry -*}euai-  chuk arrived home on Friday from a  motor trip to coast points, and are  accompanied hy Sylvester Diakiw,  who was a visitor with them last  winter. Kitty Demchuk is staying  on a visit with her brother and sister,  who live at Steveston. 'With the  exception of some very bigh priced  dairy acreage near Seattle, Sara says  the H userof}-Lister sectien look* bet*  ter to him than the coast.  compared with last year. Raspberries  are inybioom* the capes feeing shorter  the crqp does not  promise as heavy a  ,������������8������������.J"i .'..���������.������.'.; trio** :      D_..iRA*atn. ia nt.ill    hf>in_P  oSered and; gooseberries wi._ soon be  making their appearance.  tPeara promised a good crop but the  drop has not finished yet. Winter  Neiis is setting poorly tho ugh there  was plenty of bison- and growers are  afraid tbe cool damp weather interfered with'.Vpp-.ini_-at.on., Plums are  much lighter than last year. Apple**  are just starting to size t������nd the drop  wall not; be over until early in July.  Early varieties s.ppear to be heavier  than first expected and on account of  the increase of moisture better sizing  is anticipated.  am  ���������mml' it. r m. mv-iihiS    ���������.  R  i-^ ____ s    -SB i-T_r ^^. s sh e ensa  >%���������%#%# m%%s0 rvil  Ifvi  ��������� ���������it  ir__riri_rr*,T  __*������������������    1    l>_V 1  SiifAV  MM���������* E  i  ������������%_&_���������%_*  I^TaU  1-W  I   1 1  1200 acres of the dyked lands nt  Bonners Ferry have been planted to  seed peas this year.  %������**>  ?3 ������^^ _^^ WjT ��������� -C *������?'  S&*������&    -     Lake Louise     -     Emerald Lake  Nine Bungalow Oamps.  ���������WW***mm** m  PAOFJ^ C04ST    -    ALASKA  - Victoria  <*  Seattle , ���������..  after 'Vancouver ��������� see Alaska  ���������the Komantic Northland  rila,  tm ������filter5  New-Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Swore in  connection  r ilffl$mf*������iS������iii  Shoe and Harness Repairing  ...ERN CANADA  A choice of routes ���������_?������_* all raii or l&he &nd rail  FA'S  Mm���������jr\*mJ  UNITED STATES  Excursion fmrms in effect May 22 to  Minneapolis  St, Paul, Chicago, New York and other centres  Have the Ticket Agent tell you more about Summer Trips.  Wm  29  APU+%M\. S MX Vf  *k*W-V9K.9*8B  CAMAimAlN PAGIFIG  Crop Report  Under date of June 13th, C. B.  Twigg, local provincial horticulturist,  supplied the department with the  following report:  Weather the past few days has been  showery and sultry, affording much  needed moisture" to ensure growth tn  spring vegetables and establish those  that were transplanted.  Tomato planting as over. Growers  were about a week or ten days later  in setting out than laat year and the  number of plants put out is less.  Strawberries are expected  to move  an small quantities about   the   end of.  the week, there being lots of moisture  in the soil and a good yeld is expected.  There is a slight increase in ocreage aa  BRITIS  j The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals as follows:     Placer Gold, $78,018,948;     X*>de Gold, $120,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,0035     Lead, $106,976,442:    Copper $20M6?,068j     Zinc, g50,512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production������year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mining I_awa of this Province are morolibeiral and the fees lower than those oi  s  any other Province in the Dominion, or any eoJony in the British Etapire,  y Mineral locations  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the sectiricy of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants. . V  Full information, together with Mining Keports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing   THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH GQLUMBIA  N-B.���������Praitieallyall British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining  investments should refer to such reports. They are Available without charge on application to the Department o. Mines. Victoria. B.C. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, 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.  mm  jf v***. *-*  ** ***���������*'���������'  M**. MVitS Sfim* S. W. Wattliem hmJ an  r,*mm*m,^K.  Hay Time will  Soon  i3>@  5rl*������r������  And its good practice to  look over your hay tools  and tune them up to out  the   Valloy*s   largest hay  crop,  Massey-Harris Hay Tools  MAKF HAYING EASY.  The New No. 23 Mower  is a wonder  OAI^ and sise it.  Massey-Harris Repairs  for all  machines  aro easy to  got bt-eauau the service iu good  and   wo   specialize    in    farm  farm machinery.  rAHIWfcHS' SUPPLY UfcPUl  CHAS. MTTI������?.n!TX  Lighter Under^vear tor tlie j  Coming Warm Weather  Men's Suits and Drawers at, each ���������������������������������������������-  *L->-OSlu_OEfiDSa.*EOi*     t3Ul.c.Sjj     W Sli.SOU. S    taji^iHiK  gives you  wear, comfort and freedom, eufc in correct sizes  all sizes, per suit, 1.85 to $2.50.  - $1.00  to fit you,  Watson's Ladies9 and Children's Vests  Priced 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, and up* u  Extra Outsize Vests, fine quality���������  Ladies' Extra Outsize Combinations  Ladies' BlaoiKiers iia White and Peach,  $i.so  and'60c.  ______  vTOnJ   MkDpnE-B mTiD E*  OI iJli   iw3_-r_^H3^- i BLSZ,  mmNA  IRQ ^m i  ftffY  LIM Tt-P)  mwsmmmtwmmmM  _t_iwta_a TH3g'���������B_������f$_-���������ra BSTOft?  ������������������J>   \   :,������-.- ���������-.  ���������/.? If'W-T5..  w*jT *������>-,.  *__    I  .# *-fl_I-*F-JSU-M9U-4  ai_f crrtfiw-* * *.  PARASOLS,   SOcm  to 9pL75 -  ICECREAM -  SOFT DRINKS  Bar emd Table Service  Saturday's 10.30 jp^n.-  _������      oy^^Tfi  ;_; "-PBB-aa^p 1  lllA .ft.   Oil Ell? 0THol  uio % mil" "  GEO. H. _B:_-_I_Ii)r  ll  ii  Mosey carried ia it is easy to  -tpend on irifies or may be lost  ������r stolen*  *   Wefekly s������epo-4i_8 in our Savings B_u_&  -will a<-*g>i*m-uta-*e������ rapidly.  SssaaXl or large -accounts are welcome  r" Il  ii  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CaS-M- Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  CffSfiScai - Bra*-, era  H. J_ Forbes, Ma������_&ge_"  W R1  ���������WJLJi  i ravei  Are you going abroad th.im year?  If so.wc suggest you carry a JLetier  of Credit. It is the most satisfactory  method of providing your needs in  lorei^n currencies^ It sets as as io������  trpduction to bankers in all parts of  the world, and then, your funds are  ��������� ��������� ^^-rwjj from your own Baa_k only as  you draw on the I^eiier *>������ Credit. ^  MPERJAL   BANK  C W. ALLAN,  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  FORD  J* ������-".*?->%--  ���������_Prfi-cesff_f������o ��������� fo ���������  __?" ��������� i  ���������*������������������  Touring- ���������  Touring���������Sport��������� ���������.  Rn nabou t.._~~~~.   Sport Roadster���������   Coupe���������.-��������������������������������������������� ~-  Tnuor������������������ ���������-.  Fordor-- -~_.~. ���������  Obassia������������������-���������.���������.������������������..  Ligh b [Delivery   Light Delivery Van-  J.1/U0 K������������������**���������������*- ������*-������--_*-������    #������������������������������������������������������������ mmmmtm  Truok, Sfcarter-~~-���������  Ruokatell Pnao. -~~~.  Raioketoll Truok   $603.00  710.50  582.00  680.00  764.00  ft**.      ������ w# vr-v  - 836.00  -. 48900  ~. 502,00  ... 649.00  ... 515.00  -~ 585.00  ... 70.00  ... 100.00  ERICKSON BAHERY SERVICE Si ATI ON  PkSSR-SS^ & Pf_   ltd  MEAT MERCHANTS  BtL'TrflRisgir.!! CTiami'ii > i aw ���������! _.J|l,JTri,yi;ii ,','.1 '��������� ,rr,i i;i,iiifiTji,'";v.1 ryr.-ag;.! ;t.'i",' "i1 'rn, r," in_,n j,ir.,-.ry���������,,mi'.i,'^Hi;a'<ii,; ii,i<ii,,',i , rwra, irriiiiff,Mlrg!.''yTln  JTRY OUH  s*hAteROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dlnhi eaay to nerve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD.  j^^, or rT*"ir>_C"--t>  \si*iLiViJJ\JLK*   %*M���������t!*j*JmJ&M%, Jf   iSUM M ������>���������������  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESJM'mad CURED FSSM  alt variation*     *   .  t B.*.i*.*.m* tuvtPms   M*fsS>*T JMrr/Trnriiiif  -_/_c"_t#   f a mm  BORNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  incroritteu egg production and producer- hotter poultry.   Buy tho boat.  Local and rersQxmli  Rev. J. E. Healy of   ICricktJon   had  cnas-ge   _>s     ������uc    sm-tieo   mi  ._._-.__������-,������  Church on. Stainday evening.   ��������� -raster  Hera man is $������_.p^ote_S   _>&ck fr-ouB bis  Vancouver trip to take charge next  Sabbath.  A Cranbrook electrician as well as a 5  plumber , from the sanse. tows have  been' here the past week doing the  wiring and piucsibtng work an the now  residence of F. C Kodgera on Barton  Avenue.  Village treasurer. W. O. Taylot |re������  ports considerable activity in the  matter of paying taxes,.and retnidde  that June 80th as tho latest date at  which the rates can be accepted without penalty.  Along "with their, operations In selling refreshments of every sort at the  SB  V  Don't voti mink ii would he g6ad$miness I������ ha&s gsa?  >.j3_3Fi7    RriYks    ~nA    APPLE   CRATES  delivered NOW, so as wa^md^eTOsh later  on?  jfor orders piacea oeior������ i-cajgusi- ���������������&_. >v*a .������'n_ ^-������*i^_ _���������_**>  invoice August ist? payment 60 days nett, or 2%  *_& _V ' '49f|     -, MBS '      - &._i������������������ilHBlk .������������������"."^^^-^"^^--iB^ii���������v 'v-^B���������i ' i. ���������*���������' msw _���������_i'- ���������        BBi ^-^WHIL '" ^V_. ;<   ' Jmw^'A. BH---    mrmw ���������' '^^^^j. * _J^h1 ' ^_1?^^B^_���������____I .^J���������___h'^______?_^^^^^^^^^  Ml  rnaiii fnir biiilding or.  D������asis:������n Da:  the Women's   Institute   will have  a  rest room,, and invite all tbe ladies to  look thena nb-  The dance of the season is announced for Friday night, July 1st. at the  Grand theatre ballroom, with the  Fredericks five-piece dance orchestra  providing the newest and popular  dance nu-ubers. _  C. A. Mittou, D.C., of Davenport,  Iowa, was a visitor here on Wednes  day. and announces, that he will be  opening tap in the practice of chiropractor at Creston just as soon as his  equipment arrives.  The Ellen Daw Auxiliary of St.  Stephen's Church were favoied with  a good turnout at their tea at the  home of .Mrs. Speers on Saturday  afternoon, at,which the intake was m  the neighborhood of $11.  Dae to pressure of business neither  President^Mailandaine or CO.Rcdgers  eoaild get away to the Associated  Board of Trade's convention at Trail  ' _r_������4-i _rl _3 fr_o_T_*������  ai������i-w������-%A������-i **-.**-*-_-������  Coacli   _f*_l'BB*l'������^������  - 1005  - 1114  - iiSi  this week, but the latter was favored  with election as vice president.  hss heen  O*   vuriou  _La.nda.u Sedan���������- ��������� ���������  Roadster Delivery���������  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  Qne-Toia Truck 823  %   _  All kinds of  Used  Cars  For Sale  8  taken by the I.adies* G-uild  Church for a garden party at the residence of Mrs. W. B Martin on Main  Street (Barton house) nt which dancing on the lawn will be a feataue.  *Wtn. Ranasay, of Nelson, public  works department district engineer,  whs making u trip of inspection over  the Valley roads'on Tuesday and  Wednesday. A start on gap*.veiling the  Artrow Creek road will be made early  fthis week.  The Premier garage reports auto  sales keeping up, two new ones going  out last week. Mrs, Rudd has taken  delivery of a 1927 Chevrolet touring,  while T.J.Crawford is driving the very  latest in the closed aaaodels, a Chevrolet Imperial landau;        y  Creston and Erickson will clash at  baseball at Exhibition Park on Sunday  afternoon at three o'clock. A full  turnout of all players is asked for as  the team to represent Creston against  Tahk on the ftoJidsty will be pieised  after Snnday's game.'  Mrs. W. B. Martin was an afternoon  tea hostess on Friday in honor of her  mother. Mrs. Coates, who has recently  arrived from Burnley. England, to  spend the summer with members of  her family in B. C, and her sister-in-  law, Mrs. G. Coates of Nelsen, who  whs her guest last week.  All grades in the high school as  well aa Grade 8 of tho 'public school  are writing on the mideainimer departmental examinations thia week, with  school due to close for tho long vacation this afternoon. MIhs Hardy is  presiding examiner for the high  school students, and Miss Wade supervising the Entrance candidates.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    IVlAXWiSLk  . mwm qf  Xopic for tut- month. The 3\\\y mealing, 2lst, will be at tbe home of Mrs.  Robinson, and in addition to the regular husmess and study topic there  will be a sewing session.  M. B. Archibald of Koesland who*  about seven years ago, pasarchiieed the  ten������t_������.-e Hooper place, south of the  Arrowsmith ranch,' and two years  later added 10 acres to it by the  purchase of another ten acres alongside, has still further increased his  holdings by acquiring another ten  acres froaaa S. Trombley, giving Mr.  Archibald a 30-acte plane with just a  road dividing it. With the exception  of the lower acreage facing the K.V.  the twenty acres ia set out out to  pears and apples and we understand  it is the intention erect a commodious  residence on the land' just acquired  from Mr. Trombley.  The hearing at Nelson on Wednesday last week by the provincial water  board of the application of the West  Kootenay Power .*& Light Company  for tbe raising of Kootenay Lake  six feet resulted in the case being  adjourned to to give the engineers of  the drainage eistrachs in Idaho and the  Creston Reclamation Company, Limited, opportunity to check up the  power conipiiny figures which went to  show that the dam woaald not in any  way effect dyking or hay cutting, but  which figtires were not any too authentic, and they will be gone into  thoroughly hy engineers in question  who will make a survey from Bonners  Ferry to Kootenay Landing to make  entirley sure of their correctness.  The high water period on tbe flats  is now passed, the peak being reached  on June 14th. when according to the  readings at Bonners Ferry the river  httd rlBen to 80.2 feet, or two feet  seven inches lower than the extreme  high water of 1010. With the exception of some seepage no trouble -was  etfflcoun'-cred on any of the dyke-***) on  the Idaho side.  Nino students of Creston high  school are writing on the departmental examination!, in the Third, Second  and First Year high oohool work���������four  each in the former and hitter, and ono  [in the second year. Ail thtrd year  candidaltesarc, o. coui*_su, wrStkngt hut  in the second year 12 have bren passed on rccommondntl^n, and In the  first year sixteen have been advanced  ���������Wlthmtt, writing. (>|_    ^-; _  irrJolty l/nltcd W.M.S. held their  jpwe'meeting"or* Thursday afternoon  lunt. A letter from n workor In one of  Zlzztzzszz viz?.-? ������*,6v% &\wii  $2&&m@������   JY_EW_ffl_fflI_9  A Cash reward of '$25 will be paid  to anyone supplying information that  will convict the person or persons who  h ave    removed    tho   vines,   shrubs,  Kianto   and,    bulbs from   around  tho  ouae on   my ranch at Canyon City.  MKS. LESLIE MclNNES.  NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION ACT  R.B.O. Olmpter US  caThu Oim-t_>i. ItoultUii-viZon Compnr.y, S-isaSts-t,  horobir glvoe notJco ibal; thoy* lauvo,. under  t3octloaT ot tlio -u-ld A������L dotpoaltod wlUi tlio  ��������� - -      of Public  Works at Ottawa, and  SMnl8toir���������     _���������  In tlie oltloo of  tho. tilatrlct ltbffa^ljrtv^.'-ho  was tread by Mrs. Edmonduou,   and  Mara. Lewis gave a paper on the study  near* Oro������tx>n, O.C., pcoiKMiod to bo built by  thoan.  And take notloo that attar tho eacplmtlon ot  ono moaith from tlaotlatoof thoftr_t|itibllflt-tlQn  ot tlaiii uwtlca tho Cwwiton UooaaauniKtlpt. Oottap.  any, UiralUd, will. una.������r ScoUma 7 of the. tsaf������t  Aat, oppay to taao Mln-tBtor of Public Worka at  bl������ offlco jn tlao Olt?y^f Ottawa., fortlio**.j>pirova,l  f������S_S������������_MS������TiC^IS$-  Vacant. uroreasorved. . warwyoA  Crown lands may be ere-ez-tpted tty  British aubjecte over 18 jreani of a_r_.  and by aliexua _ta deoie-cis-g __-t-__tlon  to becoxne British aubjocta, con_U-  tional upon arcsl-ienco,, oocupC-tton,  and improvemfK-tt for ajjstcttltaral  purpose!..   '���������'-?���������.;'?-:.���������-!'���������������������������:������������������?'���������'  S\r_U information conc-srcUna rejru-  atlora* -retrardlnaT pro-omptions to  fflven in BullatlA No. 1, X-a&d Series.  "How to Pre-empt laanij" coplec of  whiob can bo obtoln������d free xaf Charge  by afldpesfsiaas the _>6g>artin������i_t off  Lands, Victoria, B.C^ or to asay Gov-  ernmeat Air������nt.  * Reoorda will be ���������nranted covering  only land aultc-ble for aericultural  ������>urpo*ae_i, and whlcS- la not tlmber-  !_ua_l Le^, ossyffios' over 8eC0������ board  feet pw aose -tsr^Mtof t-^Cjoa_rtSwasi_r������  rand 8,000 feet per acre eaai oA that  Range.  Applications for pare-cunptlouo ara  to be addresaed to the X-mnd Com-  n_lMton������r of tha X_and Raooraina !>*-  vision, to which th* ftuad appUed for  Ia altaated, and are mode on parlntad  -oramo. copies ox witioa dui d. to*  talnad from the X-tuid Co___ml_urdonar.  Fre������������mptlo'M must bo occupied for  five yaaara a&4 l__ajf>atov������___enbi made  to vatu* of |W pair acre, inoludinrx  olearhtK and e*_atfv������t-i-*_r M leaat flvo  -lores, before a Cro-cm Oront con bo  rooelved.  Star more dat-ajlad It-Cov-aaatloc*. use  tha DuUettn "How to Pre-empt  _-*__a.M  ���������       PUROHASB ���������  AppUoatkwaii ore areoelved tow pur-  , tihmsa of voassatt aa& uarosorvet-  Carown uam.Utv not balng tiiuborland,  for agrloultaAittl pttrpoaoo; mlnlmuiin  Drloe c_' -..a-n^-o-iau-a (arable) land Is $8  pet oev-v and aooend-class (fataslng)  load fS.C0 per _vcre. Further Ibfor-  matlon ar������_rardl--ir pa-arobaso or lota-sa  of Crown lands Its given In Bulletin  No. 10, l-ond aeries, "Purcbasa and  Xiease of Grown I_aEiids.n  Mill* factory, or lndustru-1 sites on  timber load, not __tos������_Un_r 40 acres,  rnay be purchased or leased, the eon-  dltlona lnoludlnv payment ot  atumpaae.  homhoits t-BAsea ���������  ITtisurvoye-i rsaroas, not exoeedtt-g; 10  itOriiiL   _������_*4y;, \������m ��������� t-m-mi-mt*   -Ui   i_G_i-_.������._.l-������_,  ;o-m-UCtlo-t--t upon a dwel-h-g bolna  .effected In the ������ar������t -year, title bolng  obtabnobls after reiiidonce and  Im-  _t������not t ho ualil lioolit.uiu-.uott woa-k'-..  Datedi-t Ot-caton, U.O., thiiai %8tXi day of May,  3?or A. I* MoOtriliOOII, Aaont  l>dte of AtHlpuliHcu.ttoai U June 10,1027.  Iprovemant  oota_Uti������m������   ore    futflUe*-  and load boa been sarveysd.  Vor rgraalng and Industrial pur-  posse areas mot ���������aaorosedlaQ_r 640 aero,  may be leased by ono person or -  caxiV_i^_r>_*.  dBIAZING  Under the Or_t_dna* Act the Prov-  -nee la dlvld44 into ayaalfuY dlmtricu  ������a    Annua)  KT__Biri_r pori-iata -ar* !������������������������������������ ������fl boasd on  numtasro raaged, priority belttff _rtvon  to ostobllahsd owners. Stock-oam*r*a  may form __isoolatton������ for. rana*  tnnana?-*fei!ii*ien_������ -��������� ttfmm, or partially free,  ���������amj-aere  and  -taraveliwr-C "up "to* too  hUM-d.  able* Is dlvld44 into ayat*laau| dlstrtc  ana ths range admlni������toar������d under  Q-r-UR-ng    m Coi-imlssloi-er.      Annui ^m^z^mrtew:  ������������������isw .>*** ������ -ft*' ���������>���������* 1**  ^^jf^vS*-  TS  Jhy  if*  ^Ja  _;|RP3;^I^SK;vORAN is Ihe  - *Sest i:ea you can bu5^*~^lGl  "T-Kr-isse 'liays'* old  :kecl  juicy, Havor - filled leaves.  Now packed in Aluminum.  iaaaoa s-'iDxatiftip-aa Jiibilee  Wins Prize in Eneland  :f  mmmimama  ___.  ,,./-?."  ��������� ��������� y ������������������.' a;.  Farms  '.Tobacco^,     Frorn, Canadian  ^warded Medal for "Outstanding  ^...a .;,.v.:.;.;;;.i-Excellence" .,  Canadian tobacco .lias been awarded  ��������� a salvor medal for .tlie. "outstanding  excellence" of leaf iobaeco shoivn at.  ; liie?"'", International'" Tobacco exhibition  ihelc! atfOiyniphi,VLondon, iu May. tic-'  .; cording to tin aiinbt^ncenlejtt aaiade by  fUae liepartnieuVcVf V\g-i;ir'iil(ure.  Tlie Canadian exhibit, was prepared  by Vibe Tobacco TDavisloaa of the Ceii-  lral Elxpeinawinlal FKrm. Ottawa, in  competition with South -'Africa, fCol  onibia, Italy, Greece ami Macedonia.  Canadian tobacco exports * trebled in  .1926 aiut the valaao of aim leaf sent to  CJreat Britain alone totalled over $2,-  000,000,  "V     Only   once in   the history   of any .nation  does  the  opporiunity come to  Its people  to celebrate  the diamond jubilee  of 3is founding.  Canadians  will  Injoy that-oppjOrtiipity oia July Js-t tteSt; an<l it is gratifying; to aunt"-ytltal the  eel eh rat iota -will be-well nigh iinivea-sal- ft-om coast   tor-oast?    Canadians,  aao  doubt,   would  have -with  equal   zest  aud  enthusiasm   celebrated  the  fiftieth  annivet-saryof. Confederal tion but for tho tact tlaat iai ItiLT they ^rer^yeaagaged  fti a life and death  struggle aaa   which tlae very  existence  ot" Canada, waa  aat  stafte.    Tli^-v-victory won through the great sstcu-ifi.ees, thea������ apad������v������^h(>aUI bait5  jadd  to tlie  gralifude  and  pride  of  our people  in   l has  year  of 'the TMaaaioud:  Jubilee.   S.   ?���������"   ?:    T" ..������������������;������������������        A '���������  |       Children   today   way   have   (lie  opSM-rtainity   ot   celebrating ' osie? hiandiedj  ������i.x.^?-g  i^r i'^->jr^f*i>^'i.a������..^j,T#v-.,   but  oia** *Mh*!l   "f.)**a.laa,aeat -%v._I not. *3.Tad si' tho^e "svho'  actually witnessed th'o inaugural ton of this young natioav aiul those wbo have  taken pari au its earliei   developmetit. will no <<oui>t -iirow iiic-.������vtse',v������s WiiOaS-y  Ilea rtedlyyiktb? the ceremonies which wilt,.eotiianc.uo.rate- this historic, eveaat.    i  I       li  is the repeatedly  expressed desire oC the Kaalbhal Coiauhittee" creiatedy  by Parliament to promote this THamowd Jubilee celebration thai. it. should he  t������arueipated iia by all rhe people, old and young, iu small hamlets aaid rui'alf  districts fas well as iu tlae larger ceiita-eg of poptahuioii'.    It Is thev.spirit of the;  Ceieruonies  rather  than  hi  their  eUiboj-ate chai-fieaer that their real  signifleV  iaaace and   value vvUl.bc  found. ]  %       Tbe ?Katiohail   Coaialuirayee  lias.   thei*eCoref  v.a-ged,that- there...fhe -fat,-?least?  one St-ivn]e Utile eeremony evea*ywhere at the same hour, aud have suggested'  ihai. at twelve o'clock aaooaa oai July isi in every eommuuii.y however small.:  bells  should  be   rung,   whistles  blown, ami  ahe   two  national  anthems   "God  Save the* |vitag"? and "OCuiaada" sting-   And again, that at 2.U0 o'clock,oai ihe;  afternoon ot?Snuda>\ July Sril, a ebaiitttuSiaty ser\aee. Of geu%al Tlaanlcfegavahg'  ���������Ise held. For this late*??- service...tbe National Committee is preparing a simple-?  ;l������rograuas������e of exercises Svubable for all comniunitiea.  ?       These are suggestion- which can readily be carried oait hi all com.muaa-?  iMesarw'.aiitVrttis .to^be.iiope^L- t-Uac the people ot the Bojiaijiion ^YiU.ivccepf^the  lead" ot" llicir "'National  Committee and unitedly co-operate ---with: "it in giA'ing  effect to these4 Suggestion3.    They need "in no way iu.tea*fei*e with the largea*  and  aii^re-: elaboi-afceViji-bgramiue-s being arraiaged   in  most  cities, towns  atid  villages...,, v ,r    .,,���������,...,   .... ...-....: ;.  /I fltyls fuitbea-^gites^ea that a be planted in every community with  iitiirag'cereinoiiies to be hereafter cared for and known as tlae iDiaanond  Jubilee Confederation Tree. This, too, offei*s no obstacle, .on. .the ...score .of  expense to- any comanuuity. Not only can such a tree be planted? an some  public place in all urban eoinsuumiies. bui thei"e would appear'.-to be no  aeaso'ri why a Confederation' Ta*ee should not be given a place of laonoi iai tjie  groaiaids of., every, riaa-al* scliool ' througboaat the lengah and bayeadih of tlie  Dominion.  As a lurther niaa-Hiaag of Canada's sixtieth, birthday anniversa.ry it is  proposed that some public paait or place in every community be jaamed  -Canada Place" or "Cimada Square." If all such places already .bear .naavaes,  then one., the designation of which has no special significance,., anight be  re-named- in. accor<lan<v. with; thia suggestion  Kvery child enrolled in a  public, sepa  (liis Jubilee year Is'io receive u anedal st  2 Years' Backache  SubaJueH by "Nerviliaae"  'Thaclaachp wat3 the bane of any life,  and for two yoat's'_-?������-as so lame as to  ��������� be.uaiflt . for- . wor-lc,'* writes K. Si  Sloaue. frobi. Georgetowaa. ���������'VVhiJe In  Smith ibos." iUtag S_l<aa-e, I heaaal of  "NJerviline being n wonderful pain-  tlestvoyea*. so,! decided to try Nervi-  liue. Thunlts to'Nervillne. any two-  years' backache was nabbed away,  3vn������.i today I hiii perfectly well."  All those who suffer from weak.  aching hacks, those whose muscles  sire stiff,, whose joints are swollen, let  them try Nerviline���������the liniment tlaat  never fails.    3f>c. at all dealers.  n  '%,  -y  22 f 1 :J^*'i,f ii% a  1  ( reiiaralior.s   tBiimniiiiii:   8Mswa-������-| gi���������:;���������-���������,..- -. xJne'xc������!!suin'pSrat>''rtH=yfHi^^^S^  millions" as un-iSlveaMed^n- t^^^q^ptl.girl''"  of skin and halar health? Tb'e.,.piif3.fj*itig������  antiseptic," 'pore|^_ani..gig '..pfjofpitrtlca'S'bf  Cuticura Soap 3n'a^pit_i*tf_tnd*^������S*a*^������f.he  'Sisi-n;- the  "*..'- ���������  -'&��������� ���������;.  ^������  ������&'���������  . f'^- -  V   ;'���������  m: a-  ������������������-#.*.������H*C  .,'21_ ' *  anc  i Ointmcntv:.'sdbth,eB'vari<i''beals���������  d irritation_f-The,;ia:eSy-3ath_f- S  ift'^-Shaving Stick eaai8e8"no irritation, but \  leaveta the skin IfcesbV-t^d^flrrodoth. fS*** I  ,T������*slcam <������ fragrant andj-cf-^esliingV.,,.' ���������.,. .���������,J  Seirapl* B������ch- "fr������������ - a>y Mult,   AJdr������������ Canediiiri b.poti - 4*-t������������-t-UfcUw.' f  -.t-^-K.-lr*-!-."   PrU-e, So������p_t_. Oiijtm������nt-25 ������ndB0c. Tolcu       "  ir..->vm.y *.wa   uiijiaii-siii'Mtiirtiiu^vrvi   J  Cuticura Shaving Slick 2Sc.  cum SSc.  ���������W  ��������� '*-.  &-.   A  S"i5."  1-lfiMW   :l^������'������_������_������'*-|������if������������������ "^k'M������i������'*������i������i������"  s'-'/ A } i; '���������' 'i 'i    'ff Pf-?+- -^-fV S ��������� Is 4"S.3 is IS' '"'  Spain  Ha& Large  Number of Person^,   ���������  ->-y    ' OSfer Hundred Years Old ' j|p  ; ,Spaiai.,;aa..;lh���������y- Jatud-jOt.. ��������� centenarian^   .  The1 latest ^tllelia,! ceiisais siaLes;*ifeit  Sol .persons   (ninety-six aneir and 258-  ;.-"tt;on^  rtH$'"''#������f^  StmilifSmV.    ilwv     ���������.���������.t     fti.      ������.. 1      il       -I nr.             .-..:, _..    , "i^  More   Than  $100,000   Offered  for   Five  Long Air Races  '>%���������������.������������������?.*?.���������'-.!"  \V i t b j j.ria^s f/to.U  $100,000    olWreU  -for ' i-Sitfe "dli^aii&  fllg.ltts  over  coiitiuen t   and oc<^iia  a<i-  : veajatui'glis.v.;a^ty:orj^,naayi:llajo^-^c^rto������ft.5,  ultiribg a he next flew months  i more than :I00 j-ears old, and a nnfiiJ  l>vp-j b������*iy, .3iaveVreacbed^, ;3,3 Q. ye^ri*.   ���������     j ^  ?!'f?:Xl-ei:e?are: 22.150-.niear a&<! 36,2!)-|^w>-  !ck more than e-gbiy yfears old  .It^ydjl.~be' seoaiyftiyiat  iiiger Itvetc iuaaifiiien;  *  Tb ^ate,   the   prize   offers   and  pos^clf flights aire:  ���������   $||^->0 ,offered ,-by. ^JaapiiS.yWqjfle,. -of  Ifonoliiba,   foa-  a  aaon-sjlop highftV aoin  thoVV JPacitie     Coa^t to     llouoiuhr ���������- | i'oagei*"' lavett iiiaaiVaiien^.-CKyen -Ma'-fjafRl.  $2&^0JD   foa:y the.= first?>and   $J.q",00<"i,;for jw-hicb hasHhe rej>utat-ort:taif beingf^-  -t. - s;1.  i '?s  women 1 Itt-e  the  er  -T'  Agreement Has Expired  Railway Assisted Many Alberta Farmers to Move From Dry Area  Free tiiovenieaat of farmers ;tia<l  their egects from the drier areas-in-  southeastern Alberta to new locations  elsewhere aaa the province stopped ait  Lhe end of May when the agreement,  between the -gov-ei'iament aaid the railways expired. During the past season tb the eii'dof April 'a total of '568  fa'atti'laes wi th 98������*> cars ' of st fink an d  effects have been remtaved under this  ara-ahgebient. The .majority of set-'  tiers 'tbus changing their location:*  have gone io the faa-raiug eouiitry  along the foothills  bridge, dista-ict to  Grande- Prairie.  tlie|fffi|*atytp-.fly .from,llallas, to Jlongj  Ko^ktO.Ood mile's.        "     ..'y.'V'.V.   1.1...1A  Itf-  are   <io|a-  MiUer's ;ftVorm   Powders?  $33,000 offered by the businessVuien j plele 'in ' thenaselvtfs.''v They .not  owly  ol* _^k-ane." Wash, for " a    series" oY orive Voraaon from the system, but*?-^-  .pair  tiKi.. c|aim, ge   tluajt, worms   c^-gj-fe  a*acea^jeLwe'ea^T'New������Yofl': aJad;-* SnQ-  ka-aaToi.'? This #ace rts-sptyaiisore<i by the  National Aeronaaatic A|so^attbtiui *y,.;V  $1^0^000 by Shi Cft-aiaman. ;Trdlly-  woQa,cCalif.. for tlae first to ilyofrorta  Losj^Angeles toy- ^'Oklb, fD;000 fauiles. >,-  |t^|5j00 hy Spokane . iuferests for, a  racial from  San Francisco to Spokane.  tiiid-y. so;.-'ViiivJg'o'afate ?-..i*tlie.i?'' donstiUttI<^������  ���������tbatyif sp^e'-dilf recbrers -from ||bo  disorders? of ;tbey digestion that ai-ef pie  ���������res'tilft-'-'oe^the'iswori. of these para&-ffc  .intruders.,. -They do.. their work ftfib*.  rbaighly" a:hd -stretigiiiifj-ai-d soundn#s  foiled their use. 4%  Fish By-Prodacts  in  Map Showing   Location   of   Plants  .--.B.C.  Has Beep  Issued   _   .  :   The "Natural 'Resources' JnteiiigencW  Servi<?fe^-^|i_ co-operatloii with t.l*6f Department oi!^Marine and IVishpries,-.bjis ������\  **���������������  New Coins For Free State!!  '^s^sM  Design" Proposed" Tells  'Moderri'"' ire-  laaids Story in   Sequence  ���������,''';''X.aiid^'1";':*b-e''"'''":6ntir^5-''  aepi-esented in the obverses proposed  for the fjis."sf; coins  for the Irish ITreo  State. .-., The. battle   otyer?r''"d6^gn#-Jor  the. new coinage has beeai woii by fhe  fssuettV'a, map showing the location of  all  the : -?Fish -; Bj-'Protluct-   reduction  fa-om   -the    Leth- | plantsy3to"������r.-,laa'stnllie!d.; iaty?'Brlti&bl^Ofe  as   far   north  as   tambaa. with., the. names of. the operat-  'l -������������������'������������������*���������-' -���������"','���������:.' ������������������.'-. .ii   .'���������-.-;?;���������-���������'.   '.���������-:������������������'���������   -��������������������������� :������������������>.- ���������<..- --'-i- ;��������� j-; ,   >-  ing firms.      ;  The- chief fisliing   -Wi*eas  WOMEN WHO ARE WEAK  Gain  New  Vitality  by   Building  , Up the Blood  There  are  many  women  who  pass  their eht'ys iai a constant, state of weaa--  iaiess:    Tliey    have    barely   "sufFicieait  energy to enable    them ��������� to ��������� perform  . tbeir--,.'manifold    duties. ,  Often ; they  j have  an   aching   head,   a -.miserable  protagonist:i ot4 emblems riilajs*(ratmg  Krin'^^pa-estlge as a horsie:br6ec������iig  and ,agi*ic\al_ua*{il coaaatry." r^ry  , The deVigiis'subaiiittedlfaitb'ade '|he  horse'?���������'--tlae   bull,   the   fish   aiid'1 otlfet  are? ������������������ a^^;-Ir^ft",-p^p^uP^^ ;t ser'Lf's  of eight de-  el early define* and it: can be S6en>at l&m* telling ;modem  Ireland's   stoay  rate, oa* privaie school  in Canada iu !������������'������- ���������  1}l������ ^aclV ������JJ,f Un������b.������, that feel  ,.,..,       ,  ,..-.     .  ^.,. ua heavy as lead.    The ������rbole trouble  struck an the itoyal fcilnl. at Ollawa, I Js  due  |f)  bloodjessneSs.    ft^o  woman  ihe girt of the National Committee. The presentation of these medals to the .[need suffer in this way. ii is easy to  pupils offers a sphmdad opportunity* to'school dista-ict. officials to plan a -little -{ obtain a supply of. rich red blood by  cremony at nvhich -a short  tt.lk on wbat Confederation has meant and has   ^������^ ^^f ^WHSZ'   puS  achieved for Canada could he given, and the hoys and girls of today urged  to render loyally and devotion to Canada und dedicate their laves iaa service  to their coaaaitry.  J.Ike most people living in northern clanae-a. Canadians are not. miacli  given to showing their feelings. Their patriotism is something they do not. j  talk about to jmy exieni. und they are seemingly averse to display. 'Bui this  liiainond Jubilee is oiae occasion on which the people of Canada may well tan-  bend a little, display their l!ag with profusion,, shout aaad cheer. It will do  them good, and espeelnlly should Hie c.liildreaa be encouraged to a-egard  ixmiitiion Uaiy, Ii������ii7. us; a red letter duy. in their young lives, and celebrate Jl.  jw-cordlngly.  Air Not Yet Conquered  Casualties in Long Flights Greater  Than the Successes  Since Taiadbersli winged his way  through hail anil fog und night 1o  l'arls, men have begun 1o talk about  tlying ao llmvihtiu. an Austriilia, anil  lit Japan. It is dtilte possible. |tint, in  time,  such   feats  an ay   be Mccoisiplirih-  Babies Cay  For "Castoria  Prepared  Especially  fur Infants  ami Claililrt_n ������>f AU Aged  Molhcjl I-'h'l.cli'T'.-; C'tislorlii lii.ni  |x i>3) in i!:.e 1'i'H' <^'1'|- '.'.e .vi-.-m-.-i ;i:-; ;������  plf'UHiint. bariiilo-s MiiisiiMite for (.*n������-  toi Oil. I*!<i*'*;;'������j*|������ , Tfi'ililng hrops and  Sooihliig ft.** nips. <'oiitiiliiH no aiar-  r-ollc'-i, |-"-rov������'ti direct Inns urn rm cih'Ii  a"'< rlt'ii,''"- -l'lv> fiiciiilis       cVfryahcra  l-ceoidiiiend II.  'iii.-   ijeniiliM'   lucru-'i   si c 11 n I ure  of  ed, but fo conclude that Ihey are go  ing lo be. aeeompllBhed ua a mere  nasi Iter ut course is to lly Into lhe  1'nce of experience, 1 Juilbergli, with  cTclriiordiiuiry Inch iih well ais sli ill,  got to i'iu-ls. thai iia (.lie iiieanli.nae  l*ln������;do fell into alio .ocean near the  A/.oies, * "l-leuteiuinfs Cnn-.tiuil (Jill-  niiin, llyjiag from Kughiml to India  fi'll Into I he i'efsintt .Cull, And Nun-  genNcr aititl Coll Hying ta cross' the  At Isi it tic (lisitjipenreil.  Thai   Is it price  In ciisumIiles which  ought   nt   least   lo tpaalli'y some ot lhe  'easy   or������l,lniisiii   about   overt he -ocean  IliKhis,' ,,,...  OriQln   of   "Vaud������vllle"  Vaudeville originally aiaeani ,a light,  : gay .-long, bait, It Is now used as inmin-  i *    ���������  .ing a H^iil klud of iil.iy iai I inducing a  ; tumibur of songs. The word in rterlv-  | cil fi'orn Vitil-de-VIre, the tui.nte of two  .valleys In Noitiuindy, wboa-e, In tln-  - till etui lli  eeiititty, a   I'Yciicli   tmei   i-oiu-  j.osed Hongs lliul heciniii' popular and  ! wero   culled   Viuix-dM-Vire,   nfter'   tho  valleys.  rapidly builds aip t.iie .system; head-  aches and backaches. -.disappear,  energy returns und the" 3oy of living  is felt onco .more.    , ...  Proof of these  statements  is .given  by   Mrs.   10d.   '.Lahore, 'Stoney   I'olnt,  Out., who says:���������'-���������-*��������� For a long  lime  I  had  been  in  a rovy miserable   condition,  always  feeling tired out.  sleepy  and weak..    The leastVworlc aboaaf. the  house would "leave mo helplessly tired  and nothing that  I did seemed: .to givi>  relief,     Relieving   tlit.it.   ai   rest  might  do me good, we  moved  to town, but,  cotatrnry   to  expectations,, laaslend. of  gelling better I was grovtlng steadily  weaker,     One day while talklaag to u  aielghbor,   slie   urged   my   tithing   Jbv  WUIlumH' Fink Pill si tellbag me, that  her Xlaia.ighler hud been in.a condition  much like  mine.   This per'siindtHl nae  to li*y this .medicine, ahd I'havo' much  ronmanto he gvalenal thai   I  followed  laer  udvlee.'   After  tjatv aase   of  n   few  ho.vos of  Un.' pills,   there   eouhl  be Do  doitbl llin.f thoy wenv Jaelpitag i������ie. auad  ������h   I   coaal halted   Iheir  use ,m^ hnallb  and   Hlreiigth   caaiie  hiicUV aiul   now, I  nut doing  till Hay  mvi  woi-lc  and fooling  iaa   tlao  liest  ol'   laenllh,    For   this  sph'O'lId   co'ndltlon ^���������'-iimihII.   glvo   my'  (hnaaliH  to I>r.  NVIIIIaiTij.*. J'lnk . l.**!!!^."  The pills nie sold hy-till tlratgglHlR.  'or  you  can  gel.  Ihoui  by  mull al   .r������'������>e  ,rbor   from   The T>r,'"Willliims'   IVledl-  clti(������ 't'ii���������   llroe.lt v II lo, 'Ont. ���������'  .A eonimon lltilian Palatal lota 1n tho  morning Is, "Cod give you a gotul  day."  a glatice ias which of ihesethpre are  many, Tew or no reclucilori plan ts^'"aaii*r  where.there ..appears ..to  be   room   for  fiartber ^j^a^a-ltfe iii������ih.as fjlaie. %  At   tite' ^a'feseiai-f'i.tmeyi.bere   aa-ey-28?  plants in opea*atioaa, which n_rpdtf*se'-oi!;?'  meal  and fertilizer 1'rom ^alrfao-n?-liala-  but. aiici* .Otiaqr,.^  ring, ���������dogfish and whales.    .-.,  ...., .  The.. Canadian,^^.. _%'ational IJaiLways  are erectiaag oil taaaks of 300,000 gnl-  lipaa capaiqiity; "anal 'the jC^nitdafan Paoi:  lie Ilailway is -fitting: a coast-wide  steamer with a 170.000 gallon taukr  "fliere is a large ���������--��������� dean and- for- these  li������la by-pa-ocTtacts, which can be shipped  dia-eet trom British Cohanibian ports to  Itfjurope, and Asia.  A RemarkabBe Picture  Canvas      138       Feet      Long     Depicts  Coronation Procsssion of 1911  V A remarkable plclaaiv, J3S feet long,  has been painted hy a promlnoiij ar  tlst !Iai ibe"*' Cjneeii's fiolls' llo-tase  Koorn, in. Windsor Casile. II depinls  the Coronation Procession of PUT.  Ovec :t00 horses and :*:,000 'men' aa-e  seen1- iai the tlrnwlng. wliieli is lo the-  tiutne scab" as the .1 .Wall's IJotase. lle-  glanatng ,ai. the door of the ,1-ooin. the  a^aJtiling, shows;,;tiia!������J line; whltef hoa^e  Which beaded 'lhe''procession, followed  by tU'taachmamtfr of ia*oops, the Itoyal  Coach drawaa by tho elghl famous  creamK/'tlie diRHiignlshoil tftiesfpuiuail  flu* a-eniiiliider el' Ihe .Sovereigns' escort. ���������.'.,-. .���������-���������   ?! -. ���������'��������� ';��������� ���������;  ���������  ���������in ' se(_ueriee.'?''It is .highly probable  that the-reverse will display the harp,  tite aaaiional emblem. The issue is  expfect^d "beJoa^ffC^iwstmasoV' '%  yflMOiyRest    With    Asthma.    Asthma  nsHally^Att-aclis tit night, the oaie time  wheivres't is needed most. v;Hen.ee the  Josii,ao������ ,str,e-igtla������4bC;porybu&vClebility%  the .loss, of -ief-h* sand other .evils w.liich  must be expected unless relief is se-  cxa'red':"   Fdftuaaat-fily"'relief; is" pog^lbler'i  Jh:  J. ���������D.   Ivellogg's  Asthana ..Ke.medy-'f  fh4s'?j){ovedVits  raferits, --thi^ltt^b  years|  "oi  servi&e.    L\   trial  will  surely   cou-?^  vince you. |  Too   Undianificd for City '*  Mexico's beast of burden, the burro.fj  h;is been  barred   from   the   streets of*  Me-xic'o City.    Tbe palleail., picturesque.!  Utile anin>ali".  a*  have packed catgoes oC^counfryiipa-O'Ii  duce to tho luetropolls,' inow- Jj^tea*-!  fetie with ,molor ta*afnc,"atad,ftaCco1*i|lngf,  lo an oJllclnl order just Jfssaaeai./give^  ou "undignified aspect(*?t'6i at' .fc3v,Illzed?\  city."' ������  For  Sprains and   Bruises,  The  ���������'*  CAMPERS!'  Take Mlnard'**.. In - your kit!  Uood for cuts, spraivlnti, burns,  niul baset'l   bltirH, ..,.  *?*7l*  tt    mf <FA������*SJkt f/tim  ^^ha^^X S-t&tCJi&U  w  11; v--.  Nine   iluys   eoiiMlilnteil  one    KiigllHli   I'lieon     Mile  .Iniio     fb'e.\,    grmulnJece  VIII ,  unci   xviih   e������ecut������������d  the   1'oImii   of  wan     l,sid,v  of     lleliry  O.I    ���������������    Mftlf'fold  In the Tower of  Loudon In   I("���������,"������_.  Mmarci'u,   Liniment   for  ionoct   nlt<.i������.  *^"!S  *w?SSaWm"Hw'",wiWii^^^  '/ Aliv Mail   Problem r; ?  iv The cxperimeii'nl .work In connec-  i.joai vvll.li the pejjl? oflfU-e? depiii'tJiicjalyt  (ilr nuill progi-aniliio xvUl'" likely lie de?  biyert milII the purly full, accordliag  a?o Infest advleeH. It lias been ihe  ctded jiu'l to call for tetuler.-, for. a iay.  dc/lulio alr-.mtiU' routes aft ho 'prMeaai  lirmi, lint lute i.IiIh Hiitunaei* lhe '.lioytal  Canadian; All" l"ore/i will aamlertuke  HOUiw exiimrhuciilai work in tin? <tulf  t������f Wl. I.iiwieiic.e and will"'carry tin Info  the whaler months, The inl.etitloia is  to secure jtcc-ui'iil.e Inl'orimil Ion roa-  pcctlng (lying oondW'lcuan' before tiny.  coiala.'iiclM are eiilea-eil into With pri-  valo- concern:*. ,   ..,  Ih notlilng better I'or sprains and eoaa-|  (aa.sioias tluui 1>i\ Thomas' liJclorlrlc^  Oil, II. will reduce the swell lug that'*  follows a s,pniln will cool <he lnflaaaied^  flesh jind draw the ualia. II will fiiUo>'  liiq ac.be. .ottt of .a l)r;ulhe. h.y,vcounter-y;  "dctliig 'jllil^finfltii-fi.haiitlotiV A Irlhl wlll-i]  coa������vhaee<; skaiy w ho doubtf ll������ ��������� i������nwea-.    -",  Mlie auii.imr loss of' tlinber'ai ���������pt'oFl-"  eaat   {uil'fered    by    Caniiilars      forests  thiM-iitgli  i'li'c figenclea of fire, itiRfVcta,  ami    ilisease    in    grealer    tjian    tho,;;  ������fri'<j.ulii'i,,.;'nti''(.iii/tUy".;.������'������oU. for :ltir badua-V  li'liitpaarjiVwV^y ���������''���������   ?'"?'j ' _   ;"'"'V s  mmmtmttmmtmmmmmitmm^0mmm*m*mmmmtmimt0^^  UNIVERSSTV?^ MANITOBi  y'.??-:-',;WiNNiPEG  Offnra,   amona   other-,    the  a mono    tntliorrj,  ' Coiirtaroi  ���������n i mat Kir    Mm    KAtim/l'V  following  Ol  Alt'l'S  We  did not  Hlrht  UllVl.  e>������i<iV    woi  to alli II.  ���������I<    -||IO|'������>    11     w������������ I  Caro|"������"���������������Ti.rk_  ������'w3lr������.,rd'������ with you.  I X  A'Nf> flt'"IWN(M<l- cnui'������el' Itiadlng/io tlm  dMK'recM ������hf l!.,V������ ami   M.A.:  and   It.Sc.,  InchidliiK-   ll.Hiv    H'hur.a,  and  AI.He.  Tlaroiiwh   Jlh   l".\(.M"l/rv   OK   l'iN<ll.V-  ��������� T'JMrta.vi-t '    ANtr     AW!Mr*i������it2<"riMtii:  ������:nill'Hc.s l������'iolliiK  *������'  lhe <I������!������;|'ihsn t>f  IJ.i*if,  ���������IM'!. 1. ���������    !������.He,      H0.-v:.>,      IW.S.y    niul  r������.Ai*cli,  Ttimnr.li   Il,f1    I-WCTI.TY    OV    MKI'H'-  tJINI'J   i'������������tii'M������H   Icadluj;   tu   fhu'   (Icki'Oc.-i  of .m.i>, lend r.ai.  TlimiiMb     Um    FACULTY    OK    jVCJIU- 4  (MTl.Tt'liM      ANIJ      I-IOM l'i      W'ONo-  M.1("H   <'.������������m-Hi'H   h-'idliij.   lo   lbi>   tloKi'i"-.**  el   II..S. A.  and  HJ..Sc.   i U.K. >  TlnoiDirM   RlANIT<Ht.V  r.A'V   NC'HOOU  mi    n-rrtlH.it ������'������J    InxilluiJon,    n     c/������uin<>  liMidlnir   lu   l'i)t   (loKTfui  of   r.K.II  l<'ar    ii������t'������tnM    of ��������� fKlndnwloii,    <������,,ii������il������    <>f  f(-iiii'������������iH   nail   oilier InfommiUoii,   apply  W,  J. SPENCE, RegiiufiMi-,  sAiitivKt fiiy  ui   w.uoit'iaa," w*,llt,.b*t!jl. /  / : j___s_i^������__'"^-a.-  *'^v*-i. u-n-*.";- ��������� --,  'V^'      ,    -  '<F "'"  -yy  -.M__?_p_Kiw|?-ft?T?  ���������v;*ViS^^^-'*H^:v~  ���������a-  :; Was hlngton.���������Awn i>ie   protect ion   to  |j?ep*a^ajlia|8|a  ��������� J|:-boi*i'ae*f ~*f^^  ������ of- the  United  States iaa?.a note from  ��������� ��������� j**?  t^*������]*yKs������.'*^vv"-*''",;s^^  g the Canadian  Government.  The? i^dtye  || is-.in'-reply. ta^a^^'������^atJ/?.rjotef ifrpjnijtlisv  II "United 'Stat^^&.,^rSe|'%^^S^iiOOi  }'% 1-egailafions  sir      ���������  aui t_������  lllUtlU v  *;:T-r  Syvri'e ..-"' ay? i sa ppr ebe n SI oh  .in   West  %  Fe,t  iaayfiitailvtfayy'. pro^d&'''_s*'^bei*tt������;-i^c^mr���������  .it'li'shei^^^  Itywlll befclone. There?yi^Vnoy doubt|  ja;bb*-fc <^^  ".Foi*:..years..;in--t?b<i East/, the-'sebftfi|e!  ������lf_S.t$I^^  . ... WtSlB    " ~  :Mmf<Mm*A^  ft'vy.  SJaas'ybe^||sj^pos!ed  *:  ���������.������_  Sfeggpan^i*?  e?swbi_f'l-:-^ '|p_r.  |kpait-h |3^ tlHit:  succeeded fin getting through, with,  ;*pa������ i)$������$t? v ejv���������:������������t^fe ,|"' tbe?,?apprOpriat:|cn'.  &fr������ct^^iiimtt������^  coaaaplefion of tbe line.  f| side^cl? the '^Cajtq.cJJ'an ���������' cym  1 more 'V^llfe'-g^'.%^if:/.4^,r?'-::|  s      The note approves the c  yliinaaaiiicatioa  the offer of  ations  ���������Mi\  note approves  .i**������i^!iio^^ -oa  1 ,bbji||(^K^  H' -^fl^pe:^fcatV^%.ys^isfac^ry'' xifettle-  ^ men -Iwiltif1 be reacif^tl taut regrets  ^ 5l|at the jf United States tloveavaitnent  || dijd not f'se'es!itsf;:wt_yV;ele������r &* amend  |i.tKte'yborder .ruliifg'on'S* Ap'ril, 1, vvliich'  |? went -ifnib eiisjCt |Jube    1 .f and   Avhieh  styes  ���������,jiotfeacJtiS^f&5y  i.y ana  Caal-adianS  six  $ ,������p������|b1|������������u. whiclSAjt^secu'tef ������rott^:s|s|  ||' iraSMigi^tf^auder-the i:quota?3&^VV^?V  puota?__  ���������|5 '��������� ||i������ff^  ���������m cieitieii If  |V't<ei"itt ���������."  i-idb&icUed  ���������si     -is-'s    -     -������>-  g-rOJtainiaig  .for  c-ptiptryiS  Wfae. ^ay  pie . atpplifSation '���������'Oi������l?:- ***$  iibmigrabt"  to Icttizens Regally  ib\   another? eoaintry^f5'and  ilvfir-; citizenship   iu|. that  as  well   as  Nelson  aire  to  be looked  into*;, ';.- .    ...-^���������.y. ..; ��������� ���������';".^r,.~,. .������,���������,.   ..'-..-5t-���������;,.  ilV^s:..' Jja^ffb^eaii 'ppibtea?-. flut,  the - yt|e-  cision   to  investigate   Churchill   does  Sot---;ii:OPte;ba?.---i'tB tfer-^''  .miniab-'-^^s,'^ ��������� fact,yVit '"0k"  tl earned ,-tIat|.t.tlio proposal of ^Virjjuiring?  into .Glnirchill lejiJin^Sfrbin fh^Brittfeh  je^pefpl^ Frigdea^ck 'Paiani^-.   Hovvurged;^  |bati4"tp:..be^o.btJ9ie.tef.ia'is..^te^  eovetr. !b^Ss- pieces-j and *^tb at' |2i-"vaiiy^  event, bisyremHfneration Avould |be the  ^am|.    That; really| as all thei^ is|tb?  fltyj.He^et.ofore, Nel|oai atone ii^tl- b������^n"  ���������ednsl^r^;y;No^,?,jrVh������ir!|l|U   also? ^"  be??icbi^d:fbyer~?3bti' detavifed 'dstta-i'se-  a-^lyyyyVy  SVarsa-w-.-  -Tlie  Polish    "authorities  :haye?.fekpn);!d^^t^ci.^teps^o- determined  .wijelher :y^i^-?'������ssa������lna;tilon, i-:,-.o������-''--P^t<e_;  ^oikpfE^Sc^i^t^.et^  party of a fRuissian    -Monarchist'' ��������� plot.  ypikcilf'sfaissa^in.:.was a .yoiijag-...'X'tias-'  "siab'f?staad^il*.^wi,yilig' ,sat:'^'ilna??'-'The.  .'l'6l^lvfl^Y^y^on  'iiiado''; j':rr^ts',:ii?B*iad-a'g'!: the.._.Ttfoharcii!si?  ��������� colonies-; inf bothV:Wftrsaw "and Arnmi.,  *flve������ attests-a t^ tbe; capital^ and?'i29  sit  f^alp^,VVy^,i;:'::y ?^.vv?; ll':,.:'s]'l.lZ"0Z  ':< Tlie '. Hus*uJan^a������wspapery Viis*a.?:;!N������>-  vaia* "Rossia.wlueh ^issued a special  ptiitioai*-; Te^onameriding '.subscriptions  : tov} '(M4 ';ih|uraei*'lr^y was'.' 'pa;QTiiptiy';v' Miiif-'  pressed and ?the .tefdi.br arresttai'df V  The-Polisir.''"ViSbiv'erhaaie'n"t    is"   doing  |>   -..-P.' ���������   ���������������������������-  ������������������W^'H~.:~i&:  ? H-f^y'^yyf  ^o?5������g ta^jtiiigiaiui  ���������B^,_r-*_r  ai?jB?BBr������^  \A/������ II |Mmfi4 *-m  - -* ������  ������ ��������� i .   -   i������-������f|*i***i.*������o  :;?V Vf;;^:'V :Aq  Ed mora ton  lee expects  laud- toward^^beyeml?  He, ��������� lias 'he^^^M^gss-.*^|l^^p. :!p^^||^|^P^l^ilii^f y'delegates  'biIity.f''-of ;|^c^^tr^Ji>^ W^^^lt|i^^|^^|lfej|^ aaad  past?   :i^'^.iJ'y;^������:ottlfefi's^?:-*i^ "}hgis^^ sitiree  ?no'^ea'l'*nia^Sl:'4'?i fnflft������M on;������?-?if ^'Xn t*^*������t-ir������������ i������<  every tli.ng-  sible;  it is  atinoubced,  day- evjebt|4ib^^^^'-f9^'p5^y:^  nrbgra?^VJb|^tla'in*^  do.iog|Syo:r^t'R'p^f^b^,.?a^  th       >���������'���������<"���������'*-������������������ ���������'---*-���������''  of  *-*<������- v,v^" ,*-y*".'  ^po^feg'a^i||^|n^^ ,  -*h,^-^'_i~-*h"oiQ������J^������^K������������f^wiiKr,?W'^?^^ de-  aiid  A. fiji'S^tjl*^^  _ Tfeat*y| of 17������lj*lv?Iis  quoted  t^ril||S|i^t'i^|^fe|^ lee^b f.:  ' f.*e^,?bSrd^r?Vini^ec&r^f:'^  a disposition   favorable   to  friendship  and*gQpd.^4i e;gliboi*boo^f aiitl-^he, Rftt.e'.  p^al^'^M^tttat^ifeyHa^s^;^ t?tari^djiA  iiiake    aao    distiheiion    batweeu    Va*;s_  citizens' on the strength, of''birth place  aKax, ^prie than do' the Jaws.,   of   . tli.t5������  trtmiitJk-tf':   Siate.^%.ct.I^tiitgB|sii������ ;b,efe\v������p^py  ��������� jr-'rt" y ������;*  '������>������!>- s?T -:  SIS  i^ii^fe^and' aiatSr*-a������s^������, *felti|;'^'ia^.*;1  ^���������^������������������*t  ^-^ - .       .  ���������:     "^^  "-^  <fe  ?^^-?Jg.gfe'*^   *S ^T;V-    S  cu^:a?;a.Cto?;bbtta*a^^ Tla^fwi^iet-  liiituii^^.feow^ itKlIcate1'  ���������'the; ?chbicj?'|of; ..jC'liurPhii.i'.-)-b_a;t ��������� - ��������� at   Mie;  to-rfulfill the rie������iaair������?iiieaits of. jiistifee,  and-iias acceded lb    the*1 Sbvaet:-?<le-  anand .,-for**��������� pSrtieirsaa ion   in   the";'iii"ves-  tigation, ythe.SoU^^  jsuclrja eoairscVVyVy^y./������������������-,���������������������������-.��������� .���������.���������.-,���������:.-:���������..-.-.Kia .;  .? .M,;:Wt^inoi^s^  a painful,, iaaapresjion au ?Polisii;;govern meaital clrelejsy which deplore,, the  ''ft'iy*^eay?--aii'^)i'^-i'iid-' it; as aai iiiternal  Russfair,;��������� 'atfAirV wh'ch ?tcciueu'f'.a3ly  bappexiecl'* iai ^Fbland,' for -wliichf Vf*6-  land  has"ftio "moral respoiisibility. " It  raaitageS'  im  Plan Confederation Memorial  Iv-.V'..'----"^..*^.-..?---     ?, y;--'   ',-'. .Z~-Jp ^.-.Av^.y^ '. -y^',   ir ';,-"'��������� A\ A$L  Victoria   Club   Members   Will   Laiihch  Campaign  Shortly  s������   -  Victoria,   B.C.���������ErecjiGiv of a   *|SU.  |poa-aa*y m^noruii|itsj��������� eoaiimei^pr-tte ?ilie  |a c]it^.-|pti^i|)a, ypf^iflie' ^fathfrs'gipf f .^h-  is believed  Ibe Soviet Union will be-fi-iTrfeaiTy? 'SeaYC? a: "; coniimlssioia:--" to " the:  SatasSed-- witli Ttothing less thairftiife:--  deiitla -penalt."?^--of rtbe -assassinV bait itf  is^liot expected 'thfe-tragetly-^vv-lli" ^eril  ously   impaiiy relrAtions ybei-weeiv* th%  .two eoiHitries^J; ^-yf ���������/:���������''.?      ':A:S -,.\Ai-  Plea Fcwr Toterahce  Hon  Critize's  f_>i8c6rd  Those?  one of. tia^i^ljrif;'^iinoses??b^  The .Prem_eVwi-l':";di'^  'with?yarious- Intea-est^^^&'r^i^^^^id'r  organizations.' -and'���������'-wtliVf^b;:^p^[li^;':  self   what   is   the  fe3gHh^?r^V^IW^^S^  towat'ds' closer relatflpiisf^tbf^iber^  In  view-' of -.the ' im-orqy^Vli^^ipn'fojf;  the province he wil������also??^^n|l-^^  attitude' of BratislaVVtjS^u'sj&y'^^  ital in?' tbe ��������� sasn-e/oiri^ctio^  ly in '.the lfope^fV'iotfrt^^;;?^^W^  investment. iiiV'tiiefyweiKfce^  fieldi ���������'.':^^^^^fi^^^$^j0^S^k  ?'- Auptf^iiiljtl^^  gram Syill be ���������'a^i'.'V''^'iEa^i'iv\v.vy^to.^ the  question of iaarketing" Albis-rta pro-  ducts-lLi .B.nglaitad*-; In thiis respect-be.  will vbK.-'^9rii'^'_;'-!"ittV^R'e' ^itb '<&xe :^?>  katchewaii" CJovernment;    wliicb'" "bas  W0Z&A  ^A.TPSttX\.X\J L  ^scb|ra||^|^������||^ "has  ^t^|3^6i|^l3|^ India,  ���������^^������^ce^^a]tr������^^irt ��������� S. y I>,..   FieJdV  ;^]^^j|ii5lri|g<)^ staff. ...'  ?;?^^^a^^^l|S������^?^^^ ' by ��������� Hon.  fMa^^fepI^^ Jus-?  "^icf|V;|f^||i^ ��������� tp. ���������' *"-'  ?a*iy5e^i^?^e^ open-.  ";ifi?3|yjd|S|^ }0^0^l Ic^^i'e^csi';?- Cana da  i^iii^&^ip^silSs t-'  No    Invitation    for   Plymouth's    Chief  ���������~.���������>Magistrate \*yhenv [Prince?: Visitrs  ?:r?-:i-- ' i.A: ii    -Town  ,1^-ttdwx^-rrTJlaiey. "P^lbcef -;ot ���������������������������. Wa.lb  arriimged^t-P ana-lc^a^tpiurvof?Cor  and Deyonsh ire for several day  in connection therewith soirae resent- ,  '._nent is? ^eit'.%e.^lis^?*hb������fe'J''n'r.ciiSrgfe;l  of the Royal Westeiin.-^fVacbt^--Gijib*Si|  proposed  tlance in  Plymouth,  Devon  , egleb*mtion ,Jiere next month. 'Pie  ^Victbria'club will shortly lauriel^ a  campaign to have erected in the cjap-  Peter .Heena"  " f^Wbo'feow'Saeds'o'f  OttaSva.���������-Hon-? PeterA ITeenan;, Miaii  l^abuiv "WOiild have a niessage������  ' a-aid.y-co bpea-atabii:; broad|  rtiiaiioris - * as?i  ��������� J^  ':TO-esf  is  4iKotiierlabdi?TO";itt^  tions and pa-pspects of the livestock  and. bacon trade, while Manitoba also  is considering    a ,^shj^ai^ystep.      So  .far- as?^^r*tay;4^cp;n^ 'the' iav;  qyviiry. i]cg������i^iCidi^v*& beat|$arge33fe. on?  "wheat SSMetingf?a:bbut    Wbich    Mi-f  Brownlee will ask a lot;.!(iJ: qyiiestions  dua-ing' the' trip.^g^be^E^emae^  making ari*ange|^b^va^gl^^^^a^|ar^  dobd^and C.' Pienar, trade commissioner foi* Europe will speak for the  Union,While Sir J. Cook, High Cc/m-  missioner  in   I>ondon,   will   repa*esent  .���������������������������^ustrdlla-fyj-"' ^Vy-yyV "Wf''y7rs?TV|  -���������5v?-*^e w;; ���������1zeala*D^^*wi  by "fj." Piarr,    "London    High    Comnais-  "sioneav aend "*?Ea*rl * Jellicce; Adrniral of  itbei,iMe'et:--^PoYy4he;^risb*;i^e^  Desmond     Fitzgerald,     Minister    f<|t*  External  Affairs, .and   John  Co'st.eli|>,  AttorneyGeneral, wil'l^^s^prajsent.    |  ? I hopes  week of June.  to  sail  s<^mf#*iini'(-:*  an*  'fnfe::-������Jas#  Appoimied By Lincoln  service-club.? ': ���������"������������������?���������������������������- ���������< .'-���������??y.y'|  ,--,J-Ie ,:was,^fie,vei-ely>,ci'ttjc-.tl=L of-.- those!  W lbca"a|* Aged   ResidentS of ? St. f Cloud,���������   Minn;;  ���������liAi  ^okiieil^QieW  Arctic!.  ^ilkinsi^ela^is|3purther Flight-s T*if|s-  *y-^^rtpr^ci|i|l Be Foolhardy-   'it':  Fai!*bai-Rs,   AliiftsKa. - For   this   ye^r  at   least   Captain   George   II.   *\Vilhii$s  ^hasj:'-abandon^^^i^ attempt  to  A\i-e^t  fi-om the unchartered  Arctic ihe mystery of its "blind spot"; With tbe com-  ing?=bf the fbgs Svbichbabg Iow  the-.Arctic Ocean    iivy tbe  i ��������� *������������������ ���������  ���������1-  VfWanlvPttnirJsrfor Relief Work f|  X-'anconver.- Relief of eases  of <_Sis-  8hir^ii^^.a^^it^i^ed������SkyxH;-jJ^ tlWl1'  Hamlyn  Moses,  Plyanoutb's  first   So-j ft'.milieu is  the pui*pose to which ;^ie.  c|nl|st chi^f. magisti*a^e. ?to.?U^  ^b^'iov\m^ierk?&il-'''o tli6*������$2c6l:6o(K cantlfen;  the  Plymouth  vtted.  council have  been ��������� in-t-  % ��������� "l am.too big ,tp initid, perso-ually,"  I Mayor;f^oiiBS'' feaid^^%lit iJf ^ tli&town;  ,J| that   nuvtters.     Jt   ts  i*egi!etable,that  f| Bisy    such     spirit     of    snobbishness  jure a function like this."       .  Aifrested^nvSerious Charge  D'Autrempnt Brothers AreJ Taken Into  Custody in Ohio  . Steubouville, Ohio.���������Kay and Hoy  d'Aaatveaiiont, wanted in Ore'goai for  the hilling of a postal clea-k and tha$e.  tivaiaianeai ha a. paisseaager train, limd--1  up fotaa* years ago. were, arrested by  .federal agents and local police.  The I win brothers, for wlabm a  world-wide, search has beeai conducted, were wo'aitlaag in at steel mill bore.  Both  adaialt;(,ed  their    ideaatlly    when  con fronted bv officers:   ..'y^-f1 -:���������M* '<���������">' f,'-,'  -,jiw,  The brothers m  mi 1.1 tig a iv.-ss(*nrf-  hold-tap at Siskly  New PatJl'fic d-astbl;* &&& ti  Vietoria. -Tho IVelghtnr Diechtdyk  lias coaaiinmuiiul lo itnloaal 70 mlki**, of  a-'ablc which .will foi*nt Ihe last Mn'^_ In  the new cable lhal? eonaaeets *rt*fi; Cttli-11  ada with Aaaslrulla and Mew Z|aliua^j  ������n (roar.plelecl will ittojiibiaS"  flind allptmeni) for this province to^"b<$:  portSvhiefa a conference hea*e of repre-  deyoted, accordiaag  to_ a epinanittee yfe-  sehta Lives (o'il 'iv*&. ������&jftiidiaai'"';,  LegfS'n,'  tlie  Ar.mjr and  Navj-   Veteraas's  .Association adopted. ''ft'  ���������   ���������     ������������������      ' '9   .���������  Bisley Team Has Sailed  MoiVtreol-.~-The ���������-Canadian - -Bisley  'AQ.^n-L,,^*xjl^d..pia.:,.tbc.-rS.S. Ansoaiia. from.  IMohlreal on '"'Jaino r10." 'riae teoti* 'will  he in eotnnvmd of Baig.-Ceneral J.  Daafl! Stuart, of Vaaacouvor, with Major  Thomas McMamts, nollevllle, Ont., tv>  raflptcwtjt-^ In addlMpuj; ^o>{-<-h������^: *wfeyal.fl;iv  ilettiw t.l-i.-ii'o will? ti������Jiift>6e_jJt -,a?.|lr���������.a-_!- W  ^#l���������i^oni ;^^%fn^tln^llea^aJo-:  laastltult������, who are also going to Bisley  to (alee part in Ihe prize meet:.  Want Reace Treaty  Washington.���������An   iaifornaal   inquiry  ns lo (he "willingness of Lhe Washlng-  ,.ton tiOYertuaieot to beglta jaapgojUaWoiiH  bje'i|nydopeVinV^*?halfj...of thef wprket*s|  y\y,i t Iii. nf i^e.f.^  Jjreyv;i������ ias jjiajf .^aitury^'^C'''''  u--' ���������  Western Graduates  ^^Toroaitq^The   Senate' 'oY'ilio} 'Uril-f  vei*s?ify 'Of 'Torbnto lias V*vhnbunced tbefi di*  a*ward of fellowshipsi iiitheyscbooV of������ an  gi'iid'ttiiLb   studies   for;' ���������the' ^essioai*'of?  1927^2S, incittdirigtii'Q ^following ^ve!3t-|  ^oriiers: Mackenzie a^elltiyvsbips-.���������J. 11  A.    Pollard,   . Saskatch.ewan,, ,.dop.att*|  .mont of history., . r:,;:.,? ??;y <������������������������������������.���������?.-'��������������������������� ,-,j  ySpecial pt?eta..   fellowSsl.aips���������J...  Gas  par, .Albert������(-,y: clepai-taiiient; of ���������ql.a.asics; j  D..  1-j.. Calyei't, British ..Columbia,  de  'parfinent  offKhglish;" fL.' "g  ��������� Alb^ltfe? ^P^V^ent^Ofiv ^oolosyiSS  inl.-iljfll.  -t->_aWast>R������at-^Pi.cnee,r,-,'-.-^v?, ' -.'���������  St. Cloud, Minn.���������rCliiarles A. GH-  naan, 91 y<5,ars old, forinei" iieutetiant-  governor \bf Minnesota,f'and one, of  the few piipneers? :bf ���������??tiie";-chor"tbwes;i|i  who- received appointment to..;^^ pbblic  c-lllce from Abraham Lincoln, died  laere recently from old age. Mr. Gal-  man, who-tad. resided bea*e for f 72  years, was appointed receiver of the  TTuited ^tates,^ *t^ii4 ;bffic^i in: 13������i by;  President. Lincoln, and wjis reappointed in 18C6 by President Anew Johnson. He served as lieutenant-governor from 1881 to 1885. Four  daught^r������^-ad^E*>$ob survive^^yv;������ *?&  ���������'���������ftf-'V-'-CR vaSS. ;'., S; Z^'tf&r^uS: " 'Ct"S?4-  Will  Be  Settled at Geneva  Belgrade.���������It.,,has.,,b^fn��������� ^nonnc^ds  that J-ugO'Sla^^sJ^nHBg^' ai>|ftic  out  the   Albanian   dihlculty   through  the  League  of Nations   and  there is  "''ifoftTr'ng^to "'eicitemie'nt  oi* a biisis  for  rumoris  spread abroad,  of'martial law; ib Belgradd1       :  ovea*  summcinr.  Captain.-' Wi.lkiaaa) -believe^' ythat further  flights' North of Alaska this saajum^r  w.ould ..be foolhardy. R,e;turning ^o  Fah'^aiiUs; froiia y^birft fearrovr, tf^  North em y'ba se������?'oit-' tbe eicyedition, t i*fe  ���������Aiaisfraliaix Vexiplorer aaad the oth^r  members of bis party left fOr tl|e  United-States. ������  The explorei has made thi*ee flaghfs  North of Alaska in an effort to pi-o-^e  ���������or'i disprpye th^ftlit^r>itfita*t there a|e  islands between Point Barrow and tl|e  North Pole. 1  ...���������        , ������  The second air voyage into Ibe  Arctic was made two months ago ������itj(il  Tr|f|irly::?en^^ tile  Vplltne -\vSs;Wv^edf "Uowai-^vifcii  englile  ta*oiable on tlae ice pack. |,  W^jllUinSi ^iid;,,,IJcnJ Kilsoai,   Al'askffa  illfes over tbe  if._   - ' ji-j.;  Thousand Square Miles of Blossoms  Si.     ,-(���������.-,.-..���������      -?.-".   v-;r-������T-.-,.-rr-w-,"j     -    >       .fc-  ^_'**"*j f^*'-' -ti'-     *m}-  v^_^���������Pj- ly '*-_.'_JT * ��������� -*'���������_",-  i\i������_i0i,,:i,wai������veu-f'ov--r/������i'ilies, over the ice to  laud, I  Starting   from   Point  Barrow., - Wk-  kitis ���������''���������'"ft ftd' Alger' Gi'ahH'm ,-fDe'trblt"' pilot,  essayed the' thirdyfligbt Jaatao 4.   Tlaey  ' flew; 200 nilla%'������������������ towi  were,'fforced  by., deirtf  turn.  ��������� ia,a*d Ci rOQUljind V>ut  \^nm:; fontes,'?"f6.;"'^'*  The  line wlaoi  tbe cjipaeliy of l.he cnblo bushi  Iwecii   ahe   iitills  <if  the  Brllinb  ivb'e.  Km  A Long Auto Trip ' ���������''! ���������"  Los Angeles. C^ilir,���������A ("..700 l.illo  trip Ita mi automahlle from thai Paeitlc  turns', to Now York cily and hack In  rnevon dtiys was completed hoi-o hy  I-oatbi V. Miller, Sun FranclHCO busl-  ii.'Kh tuaaa, who ctalmcd a aaew reconl  for etinflnuouH motor travel, and for  ������rlttn������i-fl 11W������������' In Diett'at>i������.r������nWtlneia 1 111  tout/.,, .. ,.,*,,,,. :.; tfr--A'_,i,.���������;-,:;��������� ,',������-;  W.    N.    V.    IUH5  ��������� .1,        - ::      --     -,"-vt*  W,avtlay? Is.fbi the hajjd?3 fdffSaic^  rolftry Kellogg, who  is    expected  aaiswea* It Avltbln a w���������<qo1c.  r^Si  :t  mtmM-mm��������� -A't������  |V,  V,' 'V  .-'il'  "v..  'W,-! i  ^'';.''"; May Ha'Vp *Crtit^cd" 94<:Jaai  ,.;;; l^t^atrealil^^^hrrtofii* l������J|r|on whh'0'p  "riiaiKAiiftache'd to lt������'-:iei?hi3\jl������a tlao Itt-  'Lille, FrSncoJw^os cap-  B. Martin, a fiirmer of St.  Coiistaaat, aaboiat 2.r> miles from Moa-  rcal..,Tho ;biid ,wat^; practlj.'ally, ox*  hfltiH|ed when, caught attad.ls "now he-  ,iut; UJicii <,,are, pf' by tli'o' Iarmer viitil  il  hi rlalmod,' If'evei'. by ii8 owaaer.  ^ci'lpHoai  lure'/l' by J.  M������w Mining Company for B.C.  victoria;��������� With fI0.b00.000 cash, C.  C. JiaJlan, noted 'cxallfornla oil opera-  toa*,/formally.entered halo the Britiwh  yColipnbia business aand, deyelopmenl,  Held on" ai.' hi a-ge "scale,! 'I'lae formiil  '*'pa'r'l.'''\v'ii9''er"������au)i'f)t:ott''a't'l Parliament  buildings when .lulian waia granted  incorporalioia papers uavdea* B.C. la wis  to operate iat l.bla*"nrovlnco under tlab  aaaaaaao of tho Now Morale Crlsto Miia-  ijajr Co., with a canlta! of $10,000,000?  tho   Peru^i^p|^^Jlld^r*^  riiars, '^^^l������r^tl 'Sjjb^lu^'ft'v.iJSwl  Send I no Delegation to Germany  Londoia.���������The British Legion of tlao  Umpire   Service   iVeaguo   lain*   decided  Lo ������������>Bad a dblecrtttlbn ta I he iTitornii-  tlonal boiiforoMco of ex-tjorvlct men at  1,11 vehibni-ir   In   July,   41-M'insi������vi   ���������iv-������������.r"-'  vice tnep will ulno attend.  Nova Scotia**! festival time Ir ftfefc  appioitcliirtg, when a thousand aquW'b  nilloH of ono of tho , Avorld-famous,  apple growlaag valleyn will bo savtqjja-  cr-cU Ju bloom. One of tho iiagf������2ilca^uf  daya In Hals pi*tivlaace Is "nioom Slip-'  day," what, people go hy tbousandsj^io  Iho AmaapollH Valley to look upon j$io  white and pink    taiboriiiielcH   of   fj^t,-  couatry'.   They ������ovcr more tlann 1;000('  H<a.tutre aniioaa of U)c pi'ovlnco,        ;  Two mil Hon b*at'rcla ofriapplos voro  produced In Noy������. Scotia last yoar and  .sump Idc.'i. ot Hie .n-vcia jjj-a-utci' Xutuj-tr  for tblfl laadufitrj' enn bo gathered  .frotu tho fact that only aboatt ono-  third ot tlao land naaltahlo for prchnrda  Is under cnltlvajlon nt    tlao    piOBont  Spent Weeks in Peruvian Wifds    .  Toi*onto."~>:ACIqi* weeks,, of terror In  ltobmM,  ho      Wll,H  ilt-st roborfratl i-a^i^Blb^'m^d'^bcn <lcud  In tlao ;$JU'dif. cJrc' iitiirloVj/'South A.vnor-  len, hnfi a'elurned ftafely lo bis home  town, Toronto'. Oirenmstnncoa compelled him ,l?b;nivon l\Vo"}woekK wilh u  tribe of rncni laulhuuH iat ?tho jungle, tt  delay which occfiKloned alnrm a������ lo  his Hiii'efy.  grant hloiwonm. Tho Journey over tt������e,,,t!me,.., !t la the, nearest apple vaSJcy  Doiiilt������W������. itnd Atlaintba;. ltnllway tttjtotho foreign mnrkotfi tinal this In-  tlilti (im^.'-br year affoftJra at trip lone UuHtry oouatituten one or tlao lending  to '.bo* rewioniberc-il. aai; tlio lino pauficti (foaarciyjt of weaiHb foa* tho t'l-orlncc of  through  ahe very  heart of the upfajfe j Nova. Hcoila.  AiKiunttiriGn Salic fair Orient   ,  Tailcouvea*.- (,'a_'talu "JloaJal  Aiiiiij������<.-  neai, world renowned ^xploa-er aaad tiw  only man iri tho wpV|d.tb havo r������ ached tho two poIoh, in ii^pasficnger on  1la*i KmproKH ot ArIii, leaving oat her  70Jh voyage v������xst;.ta*ihn Orient. Cap-  lain AanunalHOii, who Ihnv over the  North Polo aim! nlwo reac.heil riu<  Pole "on hla f-tthait������ expedition, ia  ^Wlccd foa^ Ybkohanam. i ;*a  .a  ������BC8 CBIiS^-O^ n$fSM&  -a  sT  -fep-lggEBjT  thc weekends wbsra ihey .were gs-E-sts  ottJ-r, and Mars. G.^M. Argue, making  ... ^ .^_._- {  ���������     ?_*a^ *      * * ,^_   ^__s.      i. _*_*���������  il.ei.menauer.  Ds?. lillie is a visitor- at S*ot-iiaSrd  tibia. Weefe* where - he is attending the  mcaomijfjim ������wl   i  A.������_4oc.at.on.  _.> ..  IIUO  ������_-l������_    g-g^-^A.    ������%_,n-.������.t  . Major  Farber- of    'victoria, ��������� ehie'-  game warden for theprovince, was a  j a^dalt-Obsed a  meeting of  the Bod and 5  " l*ui_   ftfufo  that,  evening.   A-Scagst I  _ra������ _h.___._-3 frW-fa-ax-y-a  *_k!������a___ _������W&-tiW 3������o������,w_,i%a������Ei-t-9a*j9-l   _r_.a_i ttft***, I  *���������'*������������������-W__    wa-rii������fjvw   Ww-������w   '^m'W   a ������__S-*������**, ������>OVW������_    -������J_������eH  ������ML9"������a*   fl  visitor  the  wisdom of appointing/' a |  gams wsrdeu for the Creston district. j  a ^5_-_������:������������'9~9 ������m���������_,.,   n..  VK   In,  J1SMW A Vi'i'=" '������->������v (i,c_n  wa_to-__>~-Gow, fresh or -mi-kings  ranch teasa. about 1050 lbs. eaehs also  a dozen chickens. C. Hollm, Hobden  Banch, Creston.  Tuesday- was the longest day off the  ���������������aj������it an**! aW th? hottest- to daftp.  the _������er_:ury b.itSiag S3 in the shade  that afternoon.  H. Fierce of Calgary, Atlbezta,  arrived on Thursday to take the post  cashier at the Imperial Bank, succeeding J. Bowman*  IrtJST���������Between C.P.R. station and  Staples* new catnap man's coat sweater.  Finder please return same to Review  office and receive reward.  1 e  ppiiiMP  Is II If i i il  | JULY 1st, Fsnwiay f  DOMINION DAY g  TWO PERFORMANCES  Do?oriw Oteh irt the P^OEsosni Sici w������   A British National iSetuies, Ltd,, Fgodpctioa  I  I  e  Miss   I_.!y   V/alsor.   of Ctareshohn, |  Alberta, is renewing acquaintances in  ������vff*������������n-0_i tru.a   vvr.-.    tne   gaiSat is������ set  sister. Mrs. Geo. Mawson,  Miss Thompson of Kelowna arrived  Sunday, and will he in charge of the  clerical work at the office of Creston  Growers, Lii_nUed������ this season.  Mrs. McLaren and children left on  Sunday for Sal-no* ���������?here they will  spend the next couple of weeks on a  holiday visit with her mother.  Communion will be commemorated  at tbe Presbyterian   Churcb   on Sain-  An-a-      ?.-.������..    CA:..       -si      *!=.=    ���������?*>   OT������ ���������   M       ������-.���������������.���������������������������  v*������__   -  *    -ar^������-<������������^      in i 11 mfmfmm*      ���������(������������������������������ *?*.***���������       AAVKTMF   U) t.De       nmmm  vice.   All communicants welcome.  Tbe June session of the village  council on Monday night last "was  uneventful, feature being the passing  of the May accounts totalling $257.  Robert Moore, who has been a student at the provincial Normal School at  Victoria the past term, arrived heroe  on Tuesday for the summer vacatibn.  Jim Gherrington. who has been  taking the fourth year high school  work at Nelson the past term arrived  vacation.  s  "jTbe finest  in tne  World'  This year it is necessary to have a Permit  from some FoTest Officer before any camp-  fire may be set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sure to get a Permit for., your camp-fire  and  follow the instructions  printed  on .the  nic   luiuouiuuaor  Two "Entire Changes of Programme  BKITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  Pkrsmf&nt Fot*est Fires  Mk mm    *mm*m gm  J  Pretty well all the dogs in the  country are now sporting the necessary br_ur^ tag. To date almost iswoi  them have been issued by the provincial police.  Mrs. Mallandaine;   who has been a  visitor:'; at?; VauTOaver'-' the-; past" sis  weeks following, the death off her  father quite early Via May, arrived  home ^esi-erdsy*  For nest week the Grand will have  a show of pictures both Friday and  Saturday night, when Clara Bow will  be Been in "It," oxae of the season's  .big successes.  The high school closed for ihe aterm  on Friday and Principal Kelly left for  Tdtdner on Sunday. He haa turned in  his resignation to trustee board and  will not be in charge next tern..  A camp for Anglican Church boys  will be conducted at Hazel Creek commencing the second week in August.  All who wish ������������ go under canvass  should notify Rev. 8. Newby at once.  Local and Personal  For Saubd���������Tomato and pepper  plants.   S. Pascuzzo, Sirdar.  Auto For Saub���������Ford touring: cta-  in good tunning order, $200. Can be  seen at J. Carr's Creston. Mrs. B.  McGonegal. Kitchener.  gaiiS ������  lUBlfl  Showing a Versatility Seldom Equalled  and Never Surpassed!  Altlsowgh playing the finest compositiox-s by the greatest masters  in a .perfect manner, they introduce many new and novel  in the art of brass band nsusio. such as a perfecj. imitation of _  the Grand Pipe Organ, and saw ways of playing "popular  and jazz musks.  t  KESERVED SEAT SAUS WII_I_ OPE^T MONDAY,  -   JIXNE 27th, at Beale & Elwella.  MAIL. ORDERS. Box 168, CRANBROOK  Prices���������Night, Reserved Seat, $1.50  General Admission, $1.00  AFTERNOON���������Adults $1.00;   Children 25c.  '���������- These jwices ineliad������ Tj������*s  40c. lb.  &~lb. quantities  35c. lb.  Vm.  _E!fflL, D_Ki     -BB-l       VL Jb~_ _V  -_--    _Mf      |__ llm ������  Cows Fob Sauk���������Fresh milch cows.  Fred Smith, Creston.  QWaotbd���������Two-^atrawberry pickers.  R. Stewart (Alice Siding) Creston.  Miss Marxeory Hamilton was u  Nelson visitor this wet'?, leaving on  Sunday. .  I Fob Bams���������One male aud two female  Pekin ducks, 94.60 for lot. McAipine,  Creston.  Fob SAuaj���������=W!cker baihy buRfsy, it.  ood shape. Mrs. A. L. Palmer,  ronton.  Jidrsby llawmt Fob Sai.i&���������Purebred, 15 months old. K. Andrew, Box  01-, Creston.  Mia> JDavia* left on Thunsday last for  Spokane, where she Is a visitor with  her eon, Harold.  Fob SAXJB���������Alfalfa and ctovor hay  delivered, or .can bo gob at ranch.  Percy Boflfey. Creaiton.  WANa^B--^tamwborry pickers, atid  packets, accommodation provided.  H. F. I-obson, Wynndel.  Fob Saxid���������Mason A Rlsch piano,"  Rood as new, 8875. Also some carpenter toolur.    XCnqniro Review Office.  Mrs. Jas. Maxwell was a visitor  with Cranbrook   friends a few days  !������������t wfftfkj wrrivlno; home en Sunday,  WANi*E!*o-~Glrl for general house  work, to commence now or at July  1st. Write, Mrs. T>. U. Kane, Kaslo,  13.C.  Friday of next weokc is Juominlon  Day, a statutory holiday, when nl!  I>1uc.-b of buuliiea-- In town will ho  'oloofld.  Mi. and Mrs. C H. Hare nnd family  were motor visitor*, at Cranbrook for  m  *hj||    M_uil_lllif%iLi    ^#*������l_-iE-a  /  _-_-^-__a-  _������W*'l.ir������������*iiWKi|iiii  ���������J  J,  fill  Ql  Latest 8hado8( pure Thread Silk, reinforo  sd   with Arteyl,  rwn-pfoof  tops,   -eittm  elastic   Exceptional value.  aae  /  !Jr/ -Scuds  r ��������� V*''g^Si^WI lit-���������i ^tPttp Sl^lrmt  ^^^tEBSSSS^^^     v*Sp WmmsT wsm***  mSmm.  rUstilillfS  mm _--^li��������� Siif1*1- Em_-  m  il  7.48  1

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