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SlJveryone corns and- have a  Tha 1627 Chautauqua, which closed  on Taesday nigh* made history in at  least one ''tsaiporiant" respect���������tfee deficit to.sst _C-ida ^urs "bv. the ss_������._***-n_or3  is _.be, lightest in the seven, years  Chautauqua, has appeared at Creston,  am<moi4i.g to but $.1.50- this year, sn  compased with $3 ih 582-3, sad never  before less than $c per guarantor.  All -seven programmes "submitted  we*reJof merit. Any-complaint there  might, lis wouk- seess. to He Iaa the fact  fchat w_������a_e was too. little instr*a_ucata!  music. The music night of other  years, -which invariably  featured   an  goral timet*.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Neltgh gotbfi.it  oaa. Thursday  after an  They are again  mine.  from LewisUm, Idaho,  -U  ������������������������-y _-rJrt  Archie __tei>eo_l was a weekend vlsi  tor at his name at Tank.  - j *'   Aeg&ss Cameron and Hay Mc&elvey  l . a ---*-' *   .  here at the end of Mae week making -as | ���������L-8~ "S _������������. i4iM&M_n_������  inspection  of the machinery already|������Siaiy   ISt JTI__lSI_nSG  ftSE-UUifi _������ *XSS ~  aabJnceofabo..ttwomoHth������>TOWffkinfB.^t *^n*dwl at present  ������.������S-__Jnp*raMn& their truck on a log,ban!  *     -a   _  oacs ������.���������& frsae ju6uuv������ai_3  ���������ft jr������ ^_r_-a."������������4__i a_M_,������  starnranea. ���������*���������_*���������"���������  and waa missed by more than a few.  Bveryone is agreed that the Schubert Quartette, which opened Chautauqua, comprleses four artiste whose  wo_k ss seldom equalled in western  Canada. Their programme was nicely  balanced as to the more serious and  lighter numbers and could not fail to  please. Coming ixnmediatley after  the Schubert the 3ohr������ .Boss Heed  Company*, another company of vocal  Capt- J. F.Oatts, forestry supervisor from Creston, waa. here on an  official call on Thursday. .iffovineiiu  police H. McLaren, also of Creston,  made us a motor call on Monday.  Messrs'- W. C. Andregg and *M.  Arnson of Kellogg, were motor callers  or* Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and  family motored to Creston. os a husl-  installed st the pre cooling plant.  W, Bush, of Creston' is here this  week painting the huifdiags of the  Co-operative Fruit Growers Assoeia������  tion.  for J. B. Winlaw,  ��������� Koy Telford Starts the month right-,  doing hisdrwf.tg in a 1937 Chevrolet  se4sa W.bieH hn nnrchswed .������*��������� ef������������  Ptcetanier garage,/Creston, at the first  of the -week,      f  ISricksotf is well represented at the  Chautauqua at;'.Creston .this week.  The chief complaint against the pro-  -na-MM _������*/��������������� _������*-_i ���������_*_��������������� ���������������������_���������  ������lm  u*t������c*������v   v *xa i _-f  -_2____-|-*������ _r *t\\**-xt  m-n+mtvsm,****^ i  J. C. Bykert. Chos. Davis, both oT  Rykerts, B.C., were wnsotor- callers  here on Wednesday last.  Miss Olga Nelson, who attends high  school in Cranbrook. spent "the sre-fc-  end with her parents, Mav and Mrs.  Charles  Nelson here.  Rdson Setaeft and J. Savage of  Sand&oint. Idaho,, -were visitors here  on Wednesday.    Dan  Burton and S.  istB had a high standard tvo follow but I Fearnside<if Cranbrook were hereon  with many were eqaally as popular aa  the Schuberta.  The Grand held the biggest audience  in its history for the play, "Ssnilin'  Thru.", on Monday, and there were  very few in the huge crowd who were  not-prepared to vote it the best-acted  and most likable comedy- romance  seen in recent years.  Dr. Arnold, in his traveleog-ae,  "-"Thrcugh^Bsigland with a Camera.'*  presented -t* great  variety  of  views  a bns.-_e_>s visit, Monday.  Quite a number ft om here -notored  to Yahk on Siiturday night -for the  dance in the mill hall. In the party  we're M.sses Grace RendalJ. Kathyleen  Porter, Edith Geroais, Esther Nelson  aaid Alice Molander, and Messrs.  Harry Kedmile. Ernest McFar*ane,  Ray'MoKeivey, Jacic JDodda.and Ctewis  Simpson.  pa��������� --���������w ~m-yw    m-~   w������-.*^_r-}������������������*-ak_iv/M>%_>   ������T*   %W  *Vm'm.*J+. Vta^BC**.*   *������_TJ>i  instrumental unmheFs in the -ausicaS  line. * ?'  a  Gravelling opf j?aiions a_*e andet* way  on the- lower Hiictson-Creston road  when tbe crushed rock gets a season's  trave!*' oven* it ***������ *po������������5 ������__C"ld bc^s  good as any is. the Valley.  his sawmill ^jlaiit from - Brickson to  Windermere, will not be able to start  sawing until ,_st least Septeiaber^ He  will not be allowekf to haul logs on the  Cranbrook-"Windermeare roan during  the auto tourist season.  T. W. Bundy has jast received a  worth .while cheque from the publishers of Maclean's Magazine, Toronto,  he having been' one of tbe cash prize  winners in the Macleanogram conipet  itions conducted weekly in that well  sine. He stood nineteenth  matt. X-ageu and August Besedetti  left for Slocan a few daya ago, and  will be working this summer.  Cisas. Moore and 3. E. Forbes of  Creston were visitors ai the tennis  courts on Sunday, and showed real  ���������ability with the racquet BgainHt local  talent..  Matt. Pension left on Friday for the  7-H'f^A-iiat*   _r������sin**>ni-H������k������_> wftva-v^-Jt   %.<_. Sen  _n__>_n.inlp*3_nc9  &t lumbering operations,  Mrsv Matt. Hagen visited at Riondel  at the weekend, with her daughter,  Mrs. Cecil Moore.  Misses Annie and Ethel Hook of  Spokane were visitor-! idot ntfk nitu  their garandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.  Grady.  T. Slingsby was a business visitor in  Nelson a few days last week.  Mrs. A.  Joy. is back again *s.fiera  two weeks   vacation   with  Bull River.  The Finance Comittees of the  above, are actively engaged in  sotioiting subsoriptions  towards  bUQ  ������_.j!������0.1���������������   Ok  V5IU  Bubscriptio-i   lists are available  8SW  _*   v : :>..  a.r_W>in?~''<a__  <--> _.   lUCL  Ul  ���������'-5r-.~ 3���������.-  0.������A    _^wv^  -������*_4  ������ B&l\������&b&  ttuOwil  ������-i-_lnf^  aaa   ��������������������� jmr*m*mMmm-^mmmT**%mm+   -.VcfrS-raa.Ti 'jr*w\*mss*   _K_r_i ull  _0������-  >&nm*vm-*������*,+mm+   mrfprmswn    ������*__������   ***-.   ***_#������]  friend.  M*?s. Ashley Cooper is a Trail visitor witb Col. Cooper at present.  Misses Ruth and l&argaret Joy  spent a few days last week on a visit  with friends at Crawford Bay.  his tails oaa esssh of the scenes had a  vein off "hupsorin them that popularized his -e|fbrb with young atatd old  ���������������lik������_^-^ar-^-0-i4_t-ron- f-^ave?^-.- muefe  j.zmaa'eeiated densonstraation in pottery  S_ttakingbu^i.iB ability to put over, the  talktbat went with the. clay work  waa not ^uite the same pronounced  success. The effort of the Plantation  Singers on closing night while delightful, was not just "exactly what the  house expected. There was just a  little shortage of darisey humor,  and their inability to provide anything in the instrumental mueic line  other than the piano was regrettable.  Talent and public alike were iam-  ___ensely pleased with the change from  tho tent to theatre, The comfortable  seating, excellent lighting and roomy  stage all made Chautauqua just a  little ImGis; eajoyable, sue. th������r._;s to  an abundance of tulips and other  blooms supplied gratuitously from  the Cook greenhouses tbe stage  presented an appearance that was  : favorably commented upon by all.  In thia year's supervisior. Miss  Sheer, .Chautauqua had not only a  .capable presiding officer, but also a  worker who was alert to promote the  best interests of the guarantors right  from the time of her arrival, and a  full measure of credit must be given  her for the splendid financial out*  come of the 1027 four days of enter  tat nmeut and edtictaition.  tt, ���������  Albert Tedford has  -making some badly needed -repair* on  ther^Ad at* 6Sfe SEnltb rssich -as. well  as tfe^JSas UuEsrofS'" isilK  iChs?j. Moo_��������� ef Creston bi..��������� ���������   here this week^fdoiarig land surveying  for Mr. Glazier."^'  Mrs. T- -S-a-me-ftM-^-combi'-ted business  with pleasure On a visit to Cranbrook  The wild rose are in bloom here, the  first of the blooms pinked on May <-9th.  ads, Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce and   at   P.   Bsrns store.  Subetcriptiona are tact ooisfi-aad to "  business piaoea  only but will be  solieiosd from private in-ajavid-tals  as well aa aii publie-bodies.    It*  is very ne_������ssary that a qttiek  response be made to the Finance  Co_ni_-it_ee'a appeal io tbe public  as the programme  to be drawt.  up is   quite   dependent   on   the  amount subsoribed.  It   is siaaeearely   to    be   hoped  _.hst all Gi_is-i-.i. ���������vvill respond to  the spirit of this eslebrstloE. aad  subserfbe  liberally not only  for  the 'Village but for tbe  whole  community from Sirdar to Kiateh-  ener    who    will    join   iu    the  ceiehs^ati-su.  (TX,  *"iv<  .+������U*m-.  to have the telephone  residence. ���������  -T^M mm*fmf*mm  ioctaHkd in his  H6wa*rd/JTarget������  who arrived from  Victor Carr and a? small  crew of 1 the Orieait about three weeks ago, aud  men are doing some apprecaated sosd {haa been��������������� visitor with  Mr. and Mrs.  IOOU   VV--_}-_-SEW  Jaok Uuttchinson paid us a flying  visit on Saturday, leaving on Sunday  to Join the O. P.R. telegraph gung.  Uut^h Simpson of Sirdar was -renewing ncquiintiinceln town an Sunday.  Mr.''and Mtn, OnaeV 'Geroux' and  daughter, Joan, with PrllK Molander  and Attdy Abrahamson, were.motor  busincsa vialtora at Crouton on Saturday.  A crowd from here motored to  Yuhk on Sunday and took in the  baseball  game   between    Yahk   and  Oireti--0ai, and   report ft-Uw gui_.& -* tha.  contoat-  Clarence Devlin, who" pltohed ball  for Crouton against Yahk and Buffered  a taprained ankle while bringing In a  run. nt tho homo plate, ia still going  around on crutches.  Hay Crlsler of the Battoiy Servlco  witttkon gnriige. Bi-ick������oii,..waa������i buMi-  nena caller on Monday.  A dunce will be hold in Hunt's Hall  etscbohl children had a half holiday on Monday in order to give them  an opfportuziity w ������ee fj;ut% 3i-}<-i5������er-  olowni etc., at Chautauqua that afternoon. About fifteen of the younger  schoiars made the trip to town and  were highly entertained.  A welcome weekend visitor here  was Tom Yerbury of Kimberley, who  had arrived "tft his new Chevrolet  coach accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.  Fat JHolIand, Mr. Muddlman and Miss  Brown, also of Kimbertey. They  were guests of his parents, Mr. and  Mrs, Bert Yerhu.'y.  D. J. McKee and family have moved  back to Xdater to reside and are located on the late John Johnston's ranch  at present. Mr. McKee and Harry  Yerbury are working at the Rodgers  sawmill at Arrow Creek.  Mr. Marsack, the poaiato bug exterminator, - with C. B. Twigg, were  visitors here ait tbe end of the week.  A supply of the poisioh dust is now nt  the titore ready for use when needed.  The 101P7 Chautauqua attracted a  larger that, usual attendance from  Lister, the tnruout at the night programmes being quite noticeable.  The now road superintendent^ J.  D. Spiers waata hero on Tuesday sls_ing  up needed road improvements In tho  Lister areu. Wo undetstaind operations will bo comnioced ait the end of  the' week, with special attention to be  given the sldoroads.  Bert Yerbury left on Monday for  the Windermere  country,   tn   which  ftt-ctEori. ha la cor*.?U-oaut, of igciUcss a  summer's Job.  Burry Beeson, who has been at  Notaon, was homo for a few days last  waelc, before leaving fco> work in the  Bluebell mine at Blohdel. Haa friend,  Mr. Bucknelh is still nt tho Evans  ranch.  Kev. S. Now by will bn here on Sunday for worship and communion at  11 A.m., and Sunday School at 10  o'clock.  K. J. Malthousa has been buoy on  lumber hauling thin week, bringing In  material for the now poultry house at  W. Mltchcira as well aft tor the colony  pool fc*ry houseaa at Fred Powers* place*  Both tbwae ranches mre emlarglnK  the.r poultry operationa.  Mr.  McGregor  of   Vatacouver ?was  BRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, dUBE  4  work this week-���������gradaug down the  Pendry hill so as to help out tbe hay  haulers, parti*fja|a|ly. _  ^" "'^    ^  Mr. and. Mrs. ^Louais Schmidt of  Cranbrook are. visitors i������sth Mrs. S. P.  Schmidt and .family at the ranch this  week. Mrs. Bedding of ^Craabrook  was also a visitcs- .with Mrs. Schmidt  at the weekend.  Friends of Miss Bva Webster will  extend congratulations on her successfully completing- the three-year course  in nursing at Vancouver General Hos-  The graduating erea-clsea took  on Friday last.  and Mrs. Harry K. Moore and  family of Cranbrook motored in for a  weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. G.  Cox, Vaness ranch.  Gordon Smith, who is now employed  at Allenby, near Princeton, ia opening  a few days with the family this week.  The funeral of S������ P. Schmidt, whose  remains.wc^e brought in from Spokane on Friday, took pltace on Saturday  from Holy Cross Church, Creston,  with Father Cullioan officiating. Deceased, who was about 40 years of age,  had been ailing for some time and for  many weeks last year was laid up In  Cranbrook hospital. He was home  for a time early In 1027, when ho was  taken to Spokane. He has been a  resident of Alice Siding a little over a  year, purchasing the Blroy Jackson  place En April'of last year. He leaves  a wife and five children to mourn his  passing, who will have the aincerest  sympathy of all in their bereavement.  Sirdar  Knott, is leaving  at  the   end of the  week on his journey to ISngland.  -SecStrong reporte tha&.the deal he  had on for the sate of his patbpertytit  Ca-nyon has fallen through euad that  Mr. Chase will remain on as tenant.  Bev. S. Newby of Creston is due  here for Cfeurcu of Snglauu s���������������������������ee 6a  Sunday afternoon at 3.SS o'clock.  Again the heavy hand of death has  been laid upon the Canyon community, this time in the passing of Kathleen, youngest daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. A.   0.   Samueison,   whose end  came  about  didnlght on  Saturday,  after a three weeks illness. The funeral took place on Taieeday afternoon to  Creston cemetery, with Rev. Mr. Hel-  quist, Korweigan paBtor of Cranbrcok,  and Bev. J. Herdman officiating and  a vflry larwe turnout of friends to pay  a  liisb tribu*������e of resprcct.   The pallbearers  were   John   Nygaard.   Will  Wickholm, Harry VanAnkeran, George  Wickholm,   Gunner  Lateen and  Con Nygaard, and so numerous were  the floral tributes that Grace Zachod-  nik, Mary Abbott, Holly Bond, Maty  Nygaard, Myrtle Wickholm,  Thelma  Vance, Jean Edland, Mary Nouguier  and  Lily    Cook,   attired  In   white,  officiated as flower girls, carrying the  floral remembrances from the house  to hoarse and from hearse to graveside.   Taken while still on the sunny  side  of  her    fourteenth    year    the  death comes ns a atnggerlnsr blow to  patents and brothers and slstera al.ke,  and in their  heavy bereavement Mr,  and Mrs. Samuelson and family have  the deepest sympathy of  their  wide  circle of friends.  , I ���������* I*      ' ��������� ���������"  Fox News  '   "Comedy  ������*_^at_ a nMn>r mvr% x?m~*trtmi  Mrs. Millar of Kitchener was a Friday and Saturday   visitor here  with  her brother, wicht operator, Jeff Fon������  ter, who accompanied her to Yahk at  the Unit of the week on a visit with  their parent-1.  Mra. B. W. Whitesldo woe avl&ttor  with Cranbrook frlentla a few duye ot  tho first of the week.  Operator Kennedy of Pernio is In  charge here while operator Poster is  taking r short vacation.  Miss Kvelyn Nell of Klngsgate was  a visitor   hoi-a Bust week   with Mrs.  Cam,' '  Mrs. Clark Moore of Dover, Idaho,  and Mrs. Prank Bottorlll of ISrlckBon,  wnnrat   h   f������*������w  d'ayaw   laera     ttiak   weak  Que&ts of Mrs. T, Rogers.  W. D. Oooslman wt������o nt the   wheel  for a motor party that made the trip  to Banners Perry on Saturday, in  which was  Jack  Grundy,   and   Mes-  dumoa Heap, BEbley anal R^gera.  Jim Pascuz-to has completed the  painting of the Santo Pasougtzo residence, which certainly looks fine In its  dreSH of oretttu with n;i*ee������i irihiiaiilliiigci.  Supt. Plett and divisional engineer  Botorta*K������t. were hero on Friday coming Bai tfici might befons on the- cpceia.1  currying President Beauty and vice-  president Coleman west on tho usual  trip of inspection.  Mrs. Spratt. of Coalhurot, Alberta,  Is a Sirdar visitor this week, the guest  off Mrs. Ht. Heap.  In loot weeKa list of contributors to  i.ki������* &*l!i v*? rJu-y ���������C'Mltu.oik'.j U.u.y l?v,.i&  81   given   by Jas.    Mannerlno   waey  overlook eal. ���������s^?-������������--*5;L53fc'L"."c-'.V." -  rr-  THE    REVIEW,   .CRESTON,    B.    d  Prottibitios. In U.S.  i  MY  WOkLD happenings  briefly told  ' Ramsay   MacDonatd   Believes   it   is  > i  I        Great  and   Praiseworthy   Effort  f   ��������� Ham pay  MacOnn aid, . termer   EJrliis'i *  .Palme   Ministea*,   after   coanpleting    a  ��������� month's   visit   to   the  "���������Pnileal   Slates,  vcnGVOo       iai'GiiiwltSOu        JS        il        "(4i'f-l������L  praiseworthy effort lo keep people  decent and docs not merit ihe_saieer->  of visitoa*s wlio find ia a snhjeel foi*  smart 11 ess."  ', "So many of out* smart people have  been over hero nnd .sneeretl at Tho  -' Saw, but when 1 go baek L aaaa going  ao take  the other side,"  he said.  "Tavo things hane touched me veaV  liaiu la: titst. alio very cordial greeting  1   i-ecui\cd  from   the   press  of   all  col-  f(T  &.K  UN0AY SCHOOL LESSON  MAY 20  PETER  UNDAUNTED BY PERSECU-  ,   c        ������--,   .    /-   '--HON . ��������� * ���������  4. _Ir-l-'tJ-i*ii-A_!rovr '  T   ��������� - * m. -v* -fcyjll J   --������i.   _/-\..    *  ihub'   obev   (!������"&'  ������nd  The   text   or  mill ionnlii \   -atid  alio     Soaiita     African  dag  Iia It  has iaast   been ,  issaaed.      The   bill    provides   thai    the  Vuion    .lack    t-hall    bv'   How n    in   con  iieclion with iho new   lia_r.  Tilt' smallpox lecoad lt>i" \\*-H once  again give-* alio ' I'tilted Slates ihe  unenviable   distinction   of   having' re-  *pO"������Vett'--'lii0.re   CiSeS   Ot   rniS- i>rC'V������r*il i H .j-ti.'  disease  than   any   other   country   outside  of ..Asia.  .- The Prince of Wales aaadPremier  Baldwin probably will sail tor Canada ?*Tuly 23 aboard 1 he S.S. Knapvcss  of 'Australia, at is��������� understood. The  Premirer expects io return Aaagaist.  17. The Prince will 'si ay 'hvo or i hree  weeks   longer.  ..--.,.<  .:���������- A aiumber of foreign troops <���������������.-  gaged in a fracas at a.eare in SUaug  hai. China, and after in "\vas all over  tlae police reported that, l.ritish.  Italian? Wen a h and I'aiHed Suites  soldiers and sailors were stifterhig:  from   bruised   heads.  Tiae London Daily Telegraph's  Melbourne ecvespondein. stut-es thai  tlae Austa-alaan export of apples this  year is tlie lowest in 20 years. The  expoits? reached ^439,W00 -^ases. of  which almost a million eases Have  been   sent  to  -BrUaia  parlies In ihe  l" titled   Mates.  <a    aiu,   t'i-.->:ia   pca-soaial   care  ������(-pIiS   a*il"   5.1>  Ot'S  and second, the great  I had duriiae: the (tare  ilia1 ess.  "1 am la i- nea aiou si > impressed >\i(h  lli" ie>ed i.| A met*(������-<���������. and ������ii*eat  RriuJii to undetsinml em-la oilier, t  do nui wain alliances* 1 alou't A\aial  a'greeuaents; I ilon'l ava.ni entangle  men ts of anv Kind, bill I do wani a'nt-  o** rc ������ and In**".  "It   is   e.sseaii-lal' thai ������������������tlae  of   l.������rilis,her   and   the     best  A'naeriean     should     eome  Tl-ia?.re-   is   -so   much   s'uuri.....Shis.iiaiie.si  ,Uv/.t.   daneiias   and   laij^ii   society  isaaor  \   fi TW^^^*avir_dlr^_i_r ffc  ! For perleet lii^aiaap; of dulaaf> lander  ' vveaa\������ dresses. a'U*.. ah������ easiest ivuy ���������  land by fata* ibe ba st waj- Is liie itso of  real dye. It tints in cold water, 3oil  , Ivjioav:   Just   ������li*������   the   I'.arnaenl    and   it.  best" type  t \ pe o I'  toR-eihet*.  ii. A  matter oi naliiutes,  .Real ilj es wiii pje-i sia,eli Kinoolli ami  even tones as sliaine ihe si real* y.  wlshy-waslay ffaii'li of >������yairlieiie pre;  parafiou.s for 1U������������ purpose! |)laaiaa������>'ai<l  dye In oi initial powater form Is only  iifteeaa eeniM sil the, drus*->toa*e. Uo  your owh iHliitln,;?��������� Tlieii dap-to' tint-���������  and you'll have, an ei'feet tbat's beaai-  tifial. Aiul. if you wain, ihe tint nenna'-  neiit, Ji a b t: aase boilinjj water.  Duiuaoaul dyes do a perfect,' "pro-  fesyfoaaal" job of dyeing, fob; (lie  druggist has .sample shades and siare  pie tlireelions. For a book of endless  KUggestibiis.   In   ftill" color,   reqiieRl",  a  i'atlr_&ytlia_i ftaen.,J~-AejK r>.W.  j     Wesson:   Aets \ra.17-12.  I"-   Devolloiital  Heading "Psalm 27.1-G.  a  , Explanations and Conrmejiis  \>r 1.    iVler a nil" Toll u "Aglahi'lmpi-'lsian  ,  ed   Are  Freed, verses  17-25.���������"We -can- \  1 aaoi  bin  Kpeak Hie    tilings    whiuh    we!  ' saw   anal    heard,"   had   Veen   the' bold.!  ; aleeliia-aiaon   of   Peter'   when     li������    and!  ', .lolua  weie brought  before Hie   .Siinhe-  ! drin    (onr.itmt   lesaoaij.     'Upon.   Ilielr j  release tliey eontiaaued    llie'li*    preaeh- 1  : iujyr.   anal   the   people   lloekert   ao   bear  thoin.     'J'ha- jeuloaasv anal     eaaiiiia>     of'  lai������h     paleKLs    and    JSaddueees    were  aroiaj-ed, :aaiil   I iat-y     had     (li������     ;ij������osi!es  alalia Ian prisoned.  "Fioan   bitlernefis   pi-e-s< rve  nae  Lord;  Fi'oni   ieyiijiis   t!soug!������ts?   iM'e-tee'   my  '  day; " ���������  ihe  saroke of a-uvy's sAVord  ila>lp ma> ao hold my \\aj.  Again  , .   . ,        ; free aopv;ol Color Craft of T>1 AMONI)  ance from, both sides aud being taken���������'Dy-_,_;<$.. i,P|d..NHg-, Windsor. Otitaa-io'.  on  bia'tli" sides as re'pres'-cjiiiative,  ihat i  inen   and .women  or  Rood   will   ought  to work hard io  reveal the more per  il !.  uniit srood cjualitie^ of eaeh other.  I ^'m^<i^jr\*ym������������'%   m\rs.-   ..  ���������CGiii i/<% r*c *t<  ^250,000- cases i-xponeu last  your.  THE BEST MEDICINE  QUV  QUE? CirCD UQiltt \  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Highly ;  Praised by a Quebec Lady        i  Airs. ��������� David   f^ogan.   'E'iietfoTd  Alines !  West.  Qaae.. drives  unstinted praise to j  Dr.. Williams'  Pink Pills for tlie good j  tliey   have   done   in  her family.     Mrs, ,  Lorain  says:���������"I have been a  ust-r of  Da*.  Williams"  Piaik    Piils     for    many-  years, us occasion required, and have  always   found   them   a   naost   reliable  medicine. -.Sly    husband, who was re-  e.oyeriujsf   from   an   attack   of   typhoid  fever, and was in a very weak eondi-  t.ion, took the pills, and through tlaean  trained     health     and     stroimth.     My  alaiif>htei* warf in :a run-down condition,  and  was  foieed  to  discontinue  work.  Again   Dr.   Williams'   Pink Pills Aye re  resorted to and she was soon restored  to  excel lent  health.    Then  any eldest  boy   haal an   operation   performed   for  adenoids,  which   left  hian in a weakened condition.     Oaico iaaoi*e  Dr. Williams'   Fink   Pills, wea-e   trieal.  and   he  was   soon  in' excellent,   health.     So   I  earn   i culy   say  that   aaaora'  than   saiis-  fae'tion has  beeaa obtained  by the aase  ol* this medicine.    The pills have done  more good iu any homo ilaaai hundreds  of   doilaa-s   wMirth   of   more   expensive  nioufciiae's,"  Dr. WllHams' Fink Pillf? assist  dijrestion. correct the lassitude, the  palpitation of the heart, shaky aierves  aaid tha- pallor oT the lace and lips  ���������hail are ihe results of thin, impure  blood.  "Voia can R<?' these Pills from any  medicine dealer, or by mail ut f>0  cents a bov from The l.h\ Williams'  Medicine  Co.,   llroa-kvalle,   Ont,  C-.nadn Is Centre For Paper Trade  Canada's exports of paper exeood  those of any other country In the  world, and in the mutter of news-  prim paper her oNpoi't.s an- probubly  preattr ilian ah.oso of the rest of the  world  coiaibiiii.'d.  Personal Cosninent  By Mrs. E. Johnson  XHp *_������2a_V2*���������Moil Yo-DKB  Another Valuable Discovery  Scientists bevise System to Measure  Speed of Blood in Body  Tb������> speed with which the blood  travels? through Ihe body can no'w "be  measured by a system devised by  Dr. irerman Dltiangarl. and Dr. Sbana  Weiss, of the. ThOrndyke Ateniorial  Laboratory of tlie Bostoai City Hospital.  Physicians say"53!he method will be  of great value in tlia-gnosaiig anal  ti-eating- diseases .of ahe heart and  cai*eulation systenai? A iteinling phy-  sieiains can now determine accural a?ly  yiusf, how aliueh ��������� of its woa-k the heart  is doing?- Tn sa" statement:���������'���������'��������� ioday^  Doctors Ulunigart and Weiss-'deseribe  theii;   system   as   fo^.ws:   : ;\  '���������'A niinute    amount    of    a    radio-  Ann graiiit nay soul suHicIeait: ga-ace, -:  To gliijUleii at another's pi-J^e,      ���������  Anal  loolv  iirion  Ids e'aglei"  face  Willi ssyanputlaetle  eyes'" "'������������������'    '-      _  ��������� >.,,;���������-. .���������-IIa?ni;yfltobinson palmer  -Eui'ly the next. aaraoa*ninK the San-  liedrin learned that their prisoners  had escaped, although the pa-fison was  fonhd seenrelr locked and the guards  at tlae jlpoi's. They Jeariied- also that  the prisoners "\yere preaching in the  temple. Great' Sva������5 iheir" consteriia-  Uon. VVkat, could be done with sp.eh  defiant nieai who 'had.... an. unknown  Ally td help them.out ajf piison^  Diamond Jubilee Celebration  ���������rtaw__a- " ' ���������' ���������' -  The faith oaf thousands of tire  users isi Firestasne ?__a____-  OftniiaBtf-   Wj.*ll<nrw*������t  .������ ��������� f'������������i'?������eia������3  *_������������������* J\^S mr& ^*r ^^������ m^m^t^^^^mm ^m^ ^^^*.^������ ^n**        4_]  imi*,^UB*.mi^^^0m���������*���������  on escacting ata*rvice~--io-_g  mileage -Band adependatbility.  Knoxvn as the pioneer of the  B*s_l_oon������������������Fs_"est*o__e hss con**  sistently led In its development-���������using only the best  materials ? and engirs^ypissg  to fcring it: to the nigh-cvt  point of reliability. ft iia  only isatural^ with such a high  q-tsality product, that Firestone has attracted the best  j_!-^     J._._l���������.^_  . ������������������.. :..__; ... ^,  ���������: -,  .    _B&������S     'W-CBiVIC   '��������� 'ABB .'    U1&   ���������   W������f>ti__--_ _T - ".  Call your nearest one Id-day.  '-'   OF- CA_<fA_>A X,I_\4lT__rD  ?'?  ..���������������������������-..���������-:     s.v--    H������nailtot", Ontario a:   '-A::b':  MOST MILES PER DOU-AR"  Some    Suggestions    for    Guidance    of i  }���������'������������������< .C6miTiitte������s a'.i  - The mayor or reeve should call a '  meeting to form- a jaabilee connniat.ee. :  The aiiunaeipail eonncll,, educal.ional aaa- :  tiiwrities, representativa?^ of .ch'tareh-. [  es, societies < anal other organaztitioias 1  should be included. . The-., function j  will be to arrange proga-aiiis ror. the ;  celebration, and to appoint sttb-com- '  raittees to . deal .Avitai wucii iuatiers as ���������  finances, deeoi:ations, sports, parades, ;  etef    Public     buildings    and  !���������_____ _af*a___."_<_&.-.  ���������otic  Firestone Builds tlae Only Gum-Dipped Tifee  Sludent Gains Disiinciion  Saskatchewan   Medical   S:tudeaat Wins  Honors  in  United  States  A   Saskatchewan  student.; has-��������� xvon  ihe distinction of coaiiing out on top  of  Ihe first part of the examinations?  streets j conducted by theUniied States board  j sliould be ..decorated \vith flags aaad  bunting, and eitizeias ^generally should  alecoi'ate  t.heaj-'vi;i^aiie'S^A  A good way ao get people aogeilier  is to have- a pa-ocessioai.- "Kiigage* the  loealr band and: haveM.be children .-.join,;,  in   the   parade in   wbieh   all   societies  of  medical  examiners.*-?  Malcolm 13. Coutts, 2G: years,-Assini-  bola. Svriling in the examination'���������with  siudeiafs - from ;: ^medical Schools  rhrotagh'oiat'-tlie ?Uhated "States?' atttl  (Canada; gained first place,- and? the?  oiil'y  Conadiaii'in the'first feaiplaces;-  active" substance   is  injected into the!'aaid organizations should have a  pari. ', Tin  is   a   son   of ^\lr;   and   Mrs.- R.  D.  veins   of  one   arm  and   by   means ,<>f [T^1   l,,e. P*1'^*11^' floats  poa;trayi.pg^.the ; Cbaiits.   Assinib  an   electrical     detecfang    device     the I history   of oiar   coamtry...should  be  In- '��������� spector of  schools foi  time of arrival at various parts of j eluded. If floats cannot be .made, the  tlie body is nbled. .. The speed "ivitli. j young people aaaight. arrange histor-  wliich   this   a-adJoaetiye^substaheer is I seal   tableaux,   with     suitable,    aimsac.  iris father is  lathe  AS siniboia  Inspectorate,   anal   as   at   present  sfii-  tioned at  the Tlegi'na normal school.  txa&smitted, by   (he    blood    giv*'*    a i Veterans should also be reqitested to  aneasure'of   the   speed;of ;the? bloo������3  stream."  How To Order Patterns  Addi'efin���������Wltnalpog  Newspaper Union,  175   .Mcr>i>rnioi    Ave.,   'Winnipeg'  P������c]l  Cirovc,   Ts.   II,-���������"l  ijcciuiie  very  treiak mid aroiaUl not do nay work. My   w,   ,,���������.  ���������,,,.,���������   nerves were very land--in luet, I did aiot ! 0OO]c   l0 <.<,������������������ H the copy.  care if I lived or not. I also sailTercal -avitli |  . ������������������  naiJigchlaoii. I was get ting pa-city badly  disfounaged when a friend advisr-al mc to  il������.j Dr. j^a-ace's l-'avurilo Pra-Hcription,  aaaal I am very ghul fo my at helped mo  right from- the slni-t, Now T am feeliaa|5  like n new person. I will always reeoani-  iniJid Dr. I'ii-j'ee'.s iiii'dieine .-iJ'Jer llii������.  I give pcrmiMuinaa to ]iaihlish this letter  <i*iihting it. iiiiay lie the means of helping  wine other miiTercr hnelc io laealtla."���������  ���������.Signed)  Mrs,  Kliaabeth .ToluiHoii.  .jiast, jihIv your neareKl <3a*ui>-KiKt for i.has  ''I'r/'Heriiition" of Dr. INeree's in t.Mbliit  ������������r li'|iii������l form.  Wril e'Dr, I'ieree, IVeHialent rnviili<l*H.r  Hotel, Buffalo, N. \., if yoaj wutit fa*eo  medii-al aiilvieo.  Could Hardly Live for Asthma,  writes one man who after years of  suffering has found complete relief  through Dr. .T. D. Kellogg's Astinna  Remedy. Now he knows how needless has beeia his ���������������������������������������������suffering. This  matchless' remedy gives-" sure help lo  all afflicted with asthma. Inhaled as  smoke or vapor it brings the help so  long needed. -Every dealer has 1t or  caaa get: lis lor you ��������� from his wholesaler,  Prince Likes Small Houses  When the Prince of Wales tul.es  np residence at Marlborough House  he wiii oe.Mipy a small house within  a house. lie al\va.>s objeeteal to the  sl/.e of Marlborough 'House, aaad al-  torntlnns have bei.'it so eai*rle<l out  that, his privatu .suite conslsls or  comparatively small cosy raonis.  side of Uie skirt 1H smart, and grace- ! around which are ihb hlg slate and  laal. The collar Is convertible, and the ' reception i-ooiiih I'er vis.U>rn and s������a1e  fa-oaat closing is of  the diugoaaal  typo, I fnnotlohs.  long rolling revirs ending iaa a point- | ���������. ;������������---������---*-������-   i>d tsib. The buck is plalat, ami the;  tailored sleeves are laiaishod with j  (rim little cuffs. No. 12(14 is for Indies j  iiaad is iaa si/.es Mi, 38. -10 -V2- and II  inches bust. Slr/.e JSS bust. ra><pilres !  ������������������r>!i yards fla-Ineh. or -l yards r������-l-lnela |  ! maleriiih    Price 20 centH. j  i Many styles of Bniari? aippeitl may he  I found in our new Paislaloai Hook. Our  i designers originate their psitlerns in  ihe heart of tho stvla-i centres, and  j their ereutloais aire th<ise ot tested  j jaopailarity, brought within fhe means  of ilae average woman.    Price of the  Simple  and   Sure.   --   Dr.    Thomas  Rclectrie Oil  is so* simple in appliesi>  tion that, a child  can understand the  instructions. -  Used sin a liniment the  ...'.,.    direction   is   to   i*ub.   aiad   when  tiers, they' should be especially Risked.j used   as  ������a dressing to' apply. The di-  to join  in  the  eeleba-ations.  The flag !��������� ve'clIons   are   so   plainj and   unmistak  join the parades. Newcomei*s in all  districts should be especially.'Invited  1o talce part ;  where there are old set- j only  should be flown iai eorisnieiaous place,  and the procession slaoaald aiutrch past  and  salute.  There  might  be   a   plcn,ie   or  other  demon strut ion. with    sports    Tor    the  able that they are ������������������readily -understood  by young or old.   ., .  Flare's  Temper   Straight   Silhouette  This I'roi'k, although of tailored  genre diverges from severe simplicity  iat aa new way.   The  (hare at the  left?  Breaking Western  Rye  The highest yield or wheat obtained  (or   the  first and   second   years   after  children. In the evening there coaald ! breaking western rye grass sod ait the'  ' be a  concert with    -fireworks    and    a \ Scott.    Saskatchewan.     Experimental  eoinmaniily  bonfue or other   ilhauilna- \ station, was,   obtained    by.   b reals ing  early in .Tune aaid treating as siiaia-  mor-fullow. Breaking iia the spring  and seeding wheal, gave a consider-  ���������ably smaller yield per acre ���������in. both  (he first, and second years. Wlaeia it  is desirable to take a crop of hay the  year the hind is broken, very ftilr.i-e-  sults may be obtained by baeiaklng iu  July aaa<l baoKseUlng Iaa Septembea*. . *  I ������:it  mlUt*   ���������^%Mifmftm\*g*   tf%*T   WHBS9EtkirKM  jjq_p __i_r*_>__a[raj q   a^j-p   _w_nS,'__i/'_ B Bill  SHE COULD HARDLY  DO  HER   HOUSEWORK  Mm. JNTolson Moore, Mil ford, Ont.,  ���������writers.-^--"! land liomt: and nervo  trouble, itiul ln*ennio ho Rhorfc of lircsitU  I could lma-dly do nay housework, and  wirun so taoi'votiH every.-lit.lo uound I  lionvi.l felt lllic u aliajclc lo inc.  A friend of mi no rocoaaiaia^nded  tion. . '���������''���������'  As a vermicide,    an excellent    pre-  pairation    is.   Mother (iraves'   Worm  KKtoriniaaatoa*.    It Iiuh saved  the HVes  of countless -children. "*  -Honor U.S. Members of C.E.F.  Canada to Erect a Memorial at  Washington, D.C.  Probideiat. C'oolidge Ihrough the  secra-tiary of HttU������ of tile United  Slates, has I'orwsirded lr> Ottawa an  e\pra-'Hslon of tapprocnilloii of (lie plan  I'lMietilly tippa'oved hy . parllunieiit for  (he erection in Arllargton ceanelery at  VVaashlngl.oai, ]>.ll..'. of a nieiiioalal to  j Americans who served with Iho <.'iiiaa  dian forces. Kor this purpose $10,(100  was voted ainil tlie expenditure has  now heen ��������� formally mithorlKod hy the  goveriaanent, The imperial War  <'!raves I'onanilsHlon has nls������> fdven Hi  const tit io the naeuaoriul will which  form   of   Ihe  crops  of sucrl  SPLITTING HEADACHE.  Minard's   Liniment    will,   bring  qutclc relief.    Balhe    the    fore-  ��������� head���������rilBo Inhale:  'heart -  lake  Ilea*.  Ih  NO-INWS, KOll HOATS AND T.ANO  use, new  naotors   also.  ���������Manor   Co.,   r><>  ern    So,  Size,  VV.  HiH-i  NllllM'       Town      For  all   pai'*'���������IMinard'*   Liniment.  Moaaail  i situated  on     th<>  baiiaiuhuy.  Moiinl Mncbrny  Mai'liray,  O.O'-'d  reel   high.  Is [ Out., Canada  to   the  west   of  (Irani    Pass i "^  mad used, Oait board  (Jet lists. tnmranteo  Murkef Si.,  Hamilton,  M-heria-ltrilh Ii  An cording    to  ���������o highly t -jfot ������ Hox of. Outwit mi*  tlifty did me ������o nma-cla good 1 pot tho  necoml borr, and new I mm feelnn; like  a different wrtmnaa,"  Heart mad Norr* PUIu urn ftOc. *  boat nt nil d4*iagfdat������ or denlera, o������  naailod dli-ancfc oia a-MMal-pt ot prl<# hy,  Tnm 'JC. iuuibmrju, %lo.m l^auiit^il, Toroakv,  Out,  I 'olianabia  lhat     C"l������.>������i  graphic Hoard of ('aaaadii, II comtiieaai  orates this lale IMobI Kev. Itnhert,  Miichray, Angllcuiii Ai'<'lablishop of  DaaperiH Limd and Prhaaale of ('an-  mla. Archbishop .Mnchra.v I'requeait-  ly spent Ulit period of ivcivailon In  this  dlstrle-,  Keep Minnrd'B Llmlnaent In the "houae.  Dl  IlKAD  "NOISES.  i:afnkss,  Catarrh. Wimple (reiument whi������:la  gava������ pei-aaaataent relief gUully explained iroo lo may Kufforoi writing Henry  TlaoanaH, Andrew's Road, ileal, Kent,  Kaaghaml.  ,  GmmmmmmmmmmmtiiiitW m m ,iii_M_---������_������--M������r_i������ri#taiiaraiiiM_iHMMamuiiw__-*������hm'M������-_ii ������m_-������i "���������"*>m**^''''t^m^mmm^^^^^^^  VH-t fttlW n������WBNOM l������_IM������OV. IHS.1I  wttfc������(%*^_*_mjs ||__v %T^k Mm. lOtori __*-^*^ ajk**| |>._,S3  ffJ5. f������w tttmSSM Ool*t.h. n������, * tarmtfe* m  MmVTiv Tm.MmtL Cll'lllUi-!���������,  air  mini- moll  <������;"���������"  w_^.*LwCtBBC_������*-.C������.U������l'_ir.S-.-!V_.^W._.t.oita������9i <SKB1   BIOVpiW,   CRESTON*   B.   <X
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Great doctors tHc world over a^ree
oaa one thing aayiywayy and that is
*'If you want to be healthy, cook
all vegetables by steam!" It's real
advice* "
Steaming cooks the food and leaves all
the health-jriying contents undisturbed.
For health's sake there* should be an
SMP Vegetable Gooker in "every pantry. Made of enduring, china-pure _>___XP
Enameled Ware, by
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Finished Contract
Transported Huge Articles of Machin.
cry to Churehiii   Without
Misfliap *
'"<>air expeditioaa"""'has"' aleaaaoiastraied
conclusively.  1    think.    the f praetica?
bilily* and essentially? (.he safety ol' the
'plane  as  a'medium  ol"  transport   lor
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.1.  Sleveaison,  pilot  of   the     "City    of
Winnipeg."  which  with   the -"City- of
'roi-onip*.l--la,aa.completed a contract for
the Dominion Government depart-aient
of ltiirvvays aaid canals in transportiaig
l'i.Ohu  pounds of equipment and  supplies/ aud     twelve   ' passengers ���   from
.Hudson -to Fort Churcluil on Hudson's
Bay/involving  27'round trips over  a
l-oute of some 950 miles each way.
Tin- 'planes Used on the trip, the
Poklcer iribiidplahe type, were flown
up from 'Hew-.-.York', arriving at? 1 lw\<
son On ALarcla f21. / The first trip was
iiiade'on jMarch 23 aaad the contract
coanpleted oai April .3. On some days,
iwi. retain! trips were made.
.The eoaivse flown was froni Hudson
io? Norway House. ISO miles airline.
fi-ecLuenlly Avithout. a stop even wheai
loaded: from Norway House to Cache
"Lake, 2S0 miles, and froan Cache l-alte
to Fort Churchill, 1 f��0 miles? Absolutely nta. difficulties were experjeneed. except thai the shifting ice forhaations
an-1 he hai-bor,at Fort Churchill some-
tiiiies made it? necessary: to land bn "a
small kike .iust. inland from Churchill, i
Skiis wei*e used on the plaares. and1;
taking oa"f and lantiing they pa*oved
eminently effective. Foa* summer fly-
*"" ing purposes these wiU he replaced
with pontoons and every use made of*
tile multitude of lakes, rivers aiad
waterways' which- abound iu the dis-
iriel..
Samae  ideal of the  nature of  Ihe ,nn-
d'ert tilting  avaay  he  had   from consiiior-
iog    tlie    nature    ainl     size    of    the
commodities  t.rai-.sporied. The federal
goyern'.iient.     wanted     lo    get.     work
started   wilh   respect   to   determining
the   relative   suitability   of  Port   Nel
son and Fort    Churchill    as    prospective   l.eauaiiaaals   for   ihe  Hudson's   flay
Uaihva.v.   now   rapidly     wearing    eotn-
*  plea*ion.    For. this  purpose    they     decided   lo "gej.   stuff  nnd   equipment   on
-���ihe   ground   with    ..he   leasl    possible
Vfdelay   and   Western   Canada   Airwnys
���'���'Limited   got   the   contract - ao     move
'them  in.- The equipment  was hugely
SICK ABED
EIGHT MONTHS
���,i.,���, I,- ������,.���,,;���������i,���;.,���... ..a
After Taking Lydia E. Pmkhamrs
Vegetable Compound Could Do>
All Her Work and Gained
in Weight
Mel fort,   Sttukatchewan. ��� "I had
inward troubled, headaches and severe
paaaas in nay back
di*illing and boring niaehiiiovy. The
largest single item weighed approximately 800 pounds and the longest
piece of timber handled wa.-, twenty
feet.- To handle this piece of timber
it was necessary to malie minor alterations in. I he plane, bur everything -'was .'1 transported without mishap. ?���--.���
Stoo Taking Chances
of
Carelessness    Usually   the    Cause
Level Crossing  Accidents ?
Von can scarcely ��� read a paper
today, within our wide Dominion.
without finding an account: of a
fatality or lesser motor accident.
Many of these are. at level railroad
crossings ��� someone Wjas careless ���
maybe a motorist., or pedestrian
"'took a chance." No one should fail
to see a railroad crossing even if
he' has missed seeing the big sign���
"llailrpari .Crossing" some three lauai-
di*ed feet before approaching the said
railroad. SS- .���''���.������-. ���
Then,   what   about   the* locoanotive
'.- .-    * !       - - * - .
whistle and  bell? Tds Stop, L.o6k and j-vant, ��� born  in
l.isten  niay. save  a life, or  the
peihaps  ol  passengers   in   either  the
aujomobile     or     (rain.       "Why     dare.
death?"'? "[ "\[ ?"''."     ,- -     '���'.,"
Though^ your journey
the rew seconds saved are not worth
while. lie stire it as safe before you
start to? cross.? Jf .at night/ stop the
motor and-furu off yeui lights for a
few   seconds. r
The automobile; will?.-,never.-, put  the"
a-aila*oads  out  of  business by
theii* trains    on   level    crossings.  ������
Bulletin of  Canadian Safety ""League.
,  Progress of Chinese V/omeii
Optimistic   Factor   in   Dtve.'.pment  of.
f-BtionaS Life Says Oxford
Professor
Prof.   Scoothiil,   professor   of   Chinese at- Oxford, says:   "It is the Chin-,
ese woman who is  the brightest spot
on  the landscape, the incst  promising |
spot in   the    national     life.     Twenty I
joars ago almost the only  girls with j
any   education aaid   wilh  natural feet
were   the   product   of   eoraaln   mission
schools.   Then   nearly   half   the   population    of    the    country,    some     200
mil ileus   of  women     and     giris,    had
crippled  feel.    The effect on  carriage, i
happiness and character is only .made j.
evident  now  that   a new  race,   absb-i
lutely. a new race of women, is "being i
evolved.' if  a  sign   can   be   sought  of j.
progress   in  China,   perhaps   the  most" j
. felicitous  is   tlae     signboard     oaa    the;
j worn all's   boot   store. '   Twenty     years j
j ago   it.   did   noa   exist,   but   now   ii   is!
by   l.he. prophetess   Joanna   Southcot*, j found   in  every     city.       Then-    every !
who died in 1814. j woaaaan   made   her   '���fhi-ee-inch   golden
The  a*a.ys   showed   the  outline   of a
skull, scissors, a horso  pistol, a bead
bag, rings, coins, pins, a roll of ...titanii": {supplies   her   with  .beautifully   made
"cripivpr a dice-box, anal other articles, j jsboeis   to   weaav,over her flesh-colored
On  the theory that the manuscript,! silk sto'cldngs.'-
if   there  is   one,   naay.^ throw   light oai
liuS.-.Cciicu
and Tinting.
Dyers use the
C? ir-"" -_��_������
wwic nanu oi
Professional
v m
Will Open Mystery Box
X-Rny   Reveals   Contents   Kept   Secret
For  100  Years
X-rays      have      succeeded      where
psychic power failed in revealing the
secrei s of the famous m y'stery "box left
ONE MINUTE CHURN
ALSO WASHER
;i.�� deaiionsfrated at Toronto N".
Ottawa and i^onilon. IvinK***ioii
.���and twelve otlaei- fiill Caia-P. Uns
jscparattt oontaiiaea- for wasJaiutf
���clothes, also itialcos ice Cream.
Sold on. free trial 1>.-is5s with
���iJJSolt.lUi t;uai'aiittie to nialio
trood KradP biilt��T in fi-oni ono
Lo. three  minutes.
, Made-    in   oait.    also    * iii-���foui'
.sizes.     Send   for   buoldel.
ONE MINUTE CHURN
& FREEZER CO.
115 Mary St.,-Hamilton, Ont
��� lilies" to cover what ���remained of her
lnainiC'd   feet.     Todav- the   hoot  store
feesjtore;your energy, get rid; of������ ?
indigestion ant!  dyspepsia, feci..A'
ten  years younger,  by   making,
the bowels and liver active with
^h��fw-l>.-��B**l9"-^*����: *'*_af_!_9*_,c
^ Fifts/ in t% Bottle���25c - ��� ���      -A
the prophetess' announcement , that
she was to tactile "mother of a new
Messiah-/' the ho.v will be pried open.
��� Theeouteiats of the box" have been
a matter of speeul'atiou for more than
300 years.? According to tradition
it was turned over, alter death, to
liebecca Pengarth, her sole companion, who soleinnly promised it. would
j never foe opened except in a.national-
crisis and in the preseuceof 21 Bis^
hops.- fyf        fy..-:      .-������>.''  "���}}. ;-
Joanna   Southcoti,   a   domestic :sea:
Devonshire    ih     1750,
Fast Cable Transmission
Railway to Tar Sands Concessions
Proved Advertising Pays
British  Fruit Traders Owe Success to
Active   Campaign
The   eat  more   fraalt   campaign  con-
i ducted   in   Great     Britain     for  . more
j than  a ye��'ir*'nas  brought   tangible. 3-e-
j suits   even- in? the   face   of industrial
: (rouble.     A   report,  recently   supplied
| to   the  Fruit   Traders'   federation  aaa- ]
; noiances a gain of $.10,000,001) in fruit j
] sales last, year over the previous yoar !
land nearly ��15,000,000 over lf>2-J. This !
i was   achieved   "by     a     v/eli-oa-gatjized
laves   claimed siapernattaral powers and die- \ adyei.t|sint  campaign,   the   total   cost
tated   prophecies   in   ryhme.   Her  gect j a(. which    was    onlv    ?200,000.    This
numbered over 100,000 at    one    time : success     is     promPting     .he    British
and   was   still   in   existence, .although ; dairymen   to   publicity Work   for   the
as important,   diappearing rapidly in 1390 f       |.^]?   or theiV   pi.oducts."    There   may
nor be" the same room for expansion
in (lie sale of butter and cheese, but
there is at least an opportunity to iu-
d.uee people, to diinlc yiuoi*e niilk.
Similar caaupaigns in the United.
States and Canada have increased the
volume off milk sales in the cities.
Canadian fruit groy\rea*s and dairymen
will benefit to?^ome exteaat by this: extra trade developed in;Great Britain.
the
Sa^s Most People One-Eyed
Cable Message Flashed Around
World in Eight Minutes
i All records for fast, cable. trans-.
S mission were smashed when a United
j Press cable dispatch was /lashed
j around the world in eight minutes,
j and sent around South America iu
| seven aninutes.
j ���Tlie" cable messages were sent from
! Columbia. Mo., where the 'University-'..
| of Missouri- was giving ai United. Press
j dinner, relayed on a , United "press
j wire, to New York and thence rushed
j around tlie world, and around Sonlh
i America, trom one United Pre'ss bit
I reau to another.
and sides. I was
so sick generally
thut I could not
sit up nnd I wais
in bed most of the
tiane for eight
months. An aunt
emrnc to visit ami
help me as I wias
unable to attend
to aaiy baby and
could not, do my
work. She tolil
arii-i to try ijyuiii. bi. JMiaictaana's Ve{*fe-
table Couapinuad,nnd after tiikin-r two
bottles 1 could jjcfc aaja nnd dress any-
Holf. T also look fjydna 13. i'inlchjam s
Blood iMedi'sine. Wlaera 1 first took the
nieilietno I only weiKhod Hcventy-
eiLflal pounds. Now t vveijjh twice ns
much. If I Kct out of sorts or weitry
und can't sleep I nlwiavs tjikeamother
bottle of the Vegetable Compound.
I liiuJ it wonderfully u;oo<l for female troubles, and have recommended it to any laeijrhboi'H, I will
be only loo if lad to answer any letters
I receive a sic iat # nbout it.'*���Mrs.
Wm.i.*-*.m Rmifi|.; 1-1 or .iH<*y 'Melfevt,
Bitsifaicliewan. o
w.   n.   ti.    i us:*
Salt    Works    and    Tan    Deposits    in
:;"Alberta'to -be Served by  Railway
The Alberta Jegisiattare has aulhor-
ized a three'mile extension of the
Albert.*!-- Great' Waterways railway
ti'om the present lea-aninus to the salt
works aud a tar sands concessions
near Port MeXl'iirray. The lar sands
concessions has been obtained by a
California company which proposes
to establish -a'.-street-aud; road pavisg
company Lo operate- in all parts of
western Canada. This company and
the sailtvcompany Avill shnre With viae
government the cost of extending ahe
railway.
Leaders in Public Service
Members of ilae Canadian Daily
Jvjewspaper "Association \vere Iai session at Toronto recondy, and it" is
interest Ing to note how many of these-.���
representatives also ..find. time ��� for
piablic service. In the national arena
the veternaas are proiniaient, while" in
every auunic.1pali;iy, withoial questloaa.
ihe head of tlae newspaper (tikes his
daac sliai't' of leadership In- some direction or oilier. Newsima>er woa-la nnd
public, service aire closely allied and
in Canada tare synonyauoaas terms.
Spirit of Optimism J
'"The spirit of optimism which
chianieleri/os Ihe west 1s in (He
Hscaiialiiiil, Mild pcrsiHiMll.v I Inn e
found Ihe people of the prulrles ;iud
tat t ha> eonhI, very elaecrl'ul itlltl hopeful, '""staid ' Grant- lltall> Vlcc-preslalciit
of llii' Canadian Pacific Hallway, pn
his In.'ipc'Ct.ion tour of Wc-dern Caii-
ndn. "The I mho <>'' scltlers cruniiiK
Into W'eslern t.'auiiilii Is splendid, men
tiaid avonien ready to do Iheir hi I In
I ihe  building tip  el'  (he  country."
IMasw Method to Sterilise Milk
St i i-J ligation of aaa llir aaad ereaaia by
u in-u process ol" aOhiilualliig h-aaii-ala
aaad lactic nelal lhal. sours (lie fluid,
I hereby ove renin haa? Ihe pcrisluibllily
of laalllr, is annoaaaaced by CeorKP
Crlnoal, a dulrv reseii'rcli exporl in
U'iscon.slii', Si-vi-n years of sdad.v 1s
suited iai luave iiroiliiced ti sciuliliftc
process of keeping milk and cn>nni In
lis  natural  stale.
Ii"  a   man   S.^   e(>i   vmiii   in*   U   apt   to
.iiifi'ei   fi'otu  vtuaiij,  of ollicts.
Test-   Made ' by    Pittsburg    Professor
,   .Yields  Interesting   Result    5;
Almost S5 iiea* eent.?'of the popaila
meeting^. t|onjs "pne eyed," that is, uses'-one
eye more than the other, according to
Dr. A. M. Snyder, ' Proressor?": of
Psychololgy at the TJnivea*sity': oa
Pittsburgh, avho conducted testsr in
to-ope rat ion vvith.-.^olm T. Seaton, in-
strtactor in psychology.
���;- yln a test with freshmen-* and sopho-
niores as subjects it was discovered
that S9 were i*ight:eyed, 3i left-eyed,
and 24: undecided, tlie psychologists
announced.
A qaaestionairo on    the    matter    of
glasses   revealed   thai   the   boys   who
*��. ��* ���
mt  v*�� M, ��/��&JU
Beam Wireless For Canada
| Scry ice   to    be    Establsihed    Between
j Australia and Canada
! Tlae management of the company
opea-aliaag the beam wireless service
! recently inaaagurated -beUve.eta. Great
j Britain aud Australia, aaaiaoainces thai
! within   about   eight,   weeks   a   similar
need glasses wear them, but that, the j oeani  service will be opened between
girls  in many  eases only admit, they
need  them   and  alldw-the  matter   to
WHYTafiRTIIRF
THE LITTLE ONES
Mothers, do you think it fair lb tor-
I tiaae youi* little ones by forcing them
I to take ill-tasting oils when they need
j �� laxat.iA'e medicine? Don't you find
���that the child's da*ead of these medi-
| cines often do more haJ*m than good?
i Baby's Owti Tablets are the modern substitute for these nauseous
; doses. They are the very medicine
| Ihe ciilld requires and aa-e so pleasant
| to take that tliey are as easy to ad-
I minister as a glass of watei*. They
\ are the perfect remedy for all the
I minor ailments of little ones, being
absolaately guaranteed froan ' iaijairious
';��� drugs. .- ���
j Baby's Own Tablets accomplish all
| that, castor oil and other .bad-tasting
remedies can do. In fact: they accomplish more as they do not leave the
child exhausted from Its struggle
against, faking medieiaie-. They relieve   teething   pains,   banish   indiges-
Canada  and  Australia
Tlae  service  between   Great Britain j (.ion. and coaastipation. ba*eak  up colds
rest   there*.   Sealon   said   he   believed j .xnti Australia is    Hip    longest    direct j.aml     simple
vanity   prompted   the girls   to   neglect L1o.i0gra,,h service iai tlie world. If Was
their eyes. ��� -?? ,    started on April S.
The Canadians plans    are    nuaaouu-
ted   in a  brief ite.m appeairing in  the
ob' \ Conrtiicrcial Intelligence    Journal,   is-
serve the sixtieih birthday of. Coaled- , guoa bv  lh^, t|e;aartnient  of (radc ami
nation   in   overy   town,    village    aaid
.Will Celebrate Thoroughly
That   British   Columbians  will
levers and pa'omole
'"hejUthful, refreshing sleep. They "sin?
'sold by medicine dealers or by niall
��� at 25 ceaats a box from The T)r. Wil-
! Hams'  Medicine Co.,  Biockville,  Out.
fivery   town
sell lenient ita  ahe  provitaeo
oai    .laxly i
I. is indicated by correspondence received hy John Kosie, jarovlncinl
librariian, who has been placed In
charge of provincial arryngemeaals
for this occasion by the govoa-iaaaionl.
' A hit. helaled: There Is nolhing
pew under Hip sun. When (he old-
timers waaalanl a dragon killed (hey
let   SI.  George  do  it.
comaaiereo.
No mailer how deep-rooted tlie corn
may be. it must yield lo I lolloway's
Corn "Remover if aased as dii'eoled.
COULD NOT.
REST OLSLEEP
Rash on Arms, Neck and
Face. Cuticura Heals.
"1 was troubled with an Itching
ra��h which broke out in blotches on
my arms, neck and face. It Itched
and burned causing me to _cratch,
and scratching cauaed eruptions.
My face was disfigured and I had to
bandage my arms. I could not rest
or .ilcep on account of the Irrltauojs.
" A friend advised Cuticura Soap
and Ointment no I bent for a free
nample. I gol relief at once ��o pur-
chaned more, and after uainji; one
c*.ke of Soap and part of a box of
Ointment I wan healed," (Signed)
Mian Wava C. Carter, Junction Rd.,
Spritajghlll. N. S., Aug. 30, 1926,
Use Cullcura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum for dally toilet pnrpoaeti.
I.Wpla  K_.lt  Tlil
ll.pcl:   "_l*o_��n.��,
fr#�� -T tim.lt, Aitiirrtm 4*��n.,liBn I
i*m*. l.H , Wo��itr��iLl" l-rli-t, M(.��i> 1
2* win,! r��Q,-, 'S'A��tni'.v,�� Sf.>', i
��wr- ?lh��.in< Sa.ck Z&c. I
mm*m*m.<m wii��'��ii��wiiiiiiiiii��iiiwww>iiiww.,r*ii,i,i���iwi. I
Va a, 1 Jaave loved abre wilh an nver-
lasling love; therefore wilh having
kindness have I alriawn 11lea?,-.Ian-.
nsxI. 3..
<> Soul, rejoice: ��
Thou   art.  dod'af" child  Indeed,  for  all
thy slnaiing;
A poor wealc child, ye!  His, niul worth
the winning
Willi Saviour eyes and voice.
-���George  Muelaonald.
Just as a another would  not love a
child  (he  better  Tor its  being  turned
into  u.   model   of   perfectU��n     by     one
|s(rol-o'or magic, bin   does love it  the
, moa-e deeply every  time ft  tries to be
jgootl;   ho   1   do  hope   and   believe  our
I greal   Rather does  not   wall   for its lo
j he good and wise lo love u*, but ioves
! us, ntad   hives 1��>  help 113 iti   the very
i thick   of  our  struggle   with   Tolly   ami
flaa      .Inlhiaan   "Horntin    VavIihi"
Game Trout Ira National Parka
The wnlers in I ha- f'ainnuliin \"a-
tional paries In wei-tern t'tattiada offer
splenalhl liadaicement,-t to Hie angler.
Kive \aiiclics raf game faoaii liaac
(.lie I a* habitat hi the water* iai" lie;
pnrkH. narriady: .'ui-llirnni, lalie,
DoIIn   Varden,  bull annul  brook.
Treat   corn#  with   Min.-ir-l'*   Liniment. |
Was a Good   Investment
Alaska, bought by the liaalletl States
from lliirfsiii iaa )S(��7, has In the last
60 year;-; yielded 183 times the amount,
paid for the territory. Salmon, gold,
copper, furs, halibttl. herring and cod
are the principal products in the order ol   (heir importance.
Troubled with
Lame Back for
Over 17 Years
Now feeling line
as a fiddle
Harry II. Buss of Effmonb, B.C.,
suffered froan n lnmo back for over
17 years. Every Hpring he was* laid
up from' work. He tried many remedies, but could not obtuin relief.
He was advised to try Gin Palls unci
immediately obtained relief. Head
liis letter:
"Thorn U liolhiantr to romaw-ro -with
Clin I'illia. I _utr��ir��>it unnpeukaibly -with
n lnna�� bui-lt f��r over 17 yniirw. I triwtl
ailaiaoiit <,'V*'*yl1>h��ir, ev��*�� lo l">t poul-
tl<'��>H. T c-onlil m��t, Kiliviy. Aflri'inlclmr
Lwo niul h lintr tH.i,,'.; a>r Cin Pall:i 1
mm nt work n_r��laa -ami fci'l ftn<^ ���� ��v
fl.iat<��. I will ia��vt In* wltlioail <!In
I'llU rrorn now on. 1' nm U'Ult-ii. ��v��ry-
im��> In tlii* M��'|lli'i����'i\t who hr*n Ictif-
ii<-.v or Iwii'tt Ii-ouhlo to nrlve Gin l'UU
h tt'ml. ,J*iJ.',ji����i any J�����***-f u.-t I u'.-ulil*
llii*" nt.hi>r�� to linti��iV wlint ct-**"*1- rHIa-C
llin  I'ill- k_>vc io<c,"*
Paiiia in tho back, cnnatutit headaches, .swollen joiaat.s, painful urin-
ntion, murky urine, brick . dust
.tanoffitfl, aaennty or too franjuuiat
voultnjr ot urine nw nil Kyinptmnvt.
��if kidney trouble. Hclieve your
HUlTerirair rand entaurc n future iren
from  kidney ailments,    C,ct a  box:
lit  -11111   l:i.ii*l   i,��MIHJr'.    ��i��Oi:  ��ii  ^��11   ����� I '*4|4-
a*islK. National Drug & d'hemlcnl
<\t. of CitiaaiJa, J.iiniteal, Tn.uiit^i,
1'unndn. u* ������ II H   VHEST-T \   Rt;VIf*:*������  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B;C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.0G to U.S. points.  y*"C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B. C FHII>AY. i! UNJB   3  Haymakers Should'Act  national significance we feel sure  all will agree that- the district������  participating should share and  share alike, insofar as practicable,  in meeting whatever legitimate  expense is incurred.  To spread the cost as lightly and  make ib   aa   easily   collectable   aa  the whole B.O. interior with more  tfmn one smrnei������:    So mote it be.  has  always  The attention of everyone direct  ly or indirectly interested in hay  making on the flats is directed to  the fact that the West Kootenay  Pov. er & Light Company has made  application for a permit- to erect  works in the neighborhood of their  plant at Bonninglon which itaclnde  the putting in of a reservoir that,  af erected, will raise tlae low waiter  level of Kootenay Lake a matter..of  six feet.  tn 1924 a similar application  was made but never granted, aaad  we recall that when the matter  was in this fashion referred to in  this paper the manager of _be  company lost no.,-time in sending a  cia-cular letter to every resident of  the district point.ng out the fallacy  of the Review article, which merely oaitlisied the disastrous cottseqat  ences that might befall the hay  makers if the iicense to proceed  with such works was coiaceded.  Whether the present proposals  of the company are identical to  those of 1924. or whether Manager  Campbell's hastily compiled elrcul  ar letter exactly stated the case or  otherwise, we have no precise  information, but we do believe no  harm ean come to either the haymakers or the power company by  having a formal protest lodged,  and someone appear at the hearing  off the application on Jmae 15th to  make quite sure~ the works will not  prejudicially affect the interests of  the feed cutters.  This it* a matter that the executive of the Stockbreeders' Association should not overlook. Creston  Reclamation Company have al  ready entered a formal objection  but their case is not at all on par  with the interests of the stockmen.  Raising the water of Kootenay  Lake six feet will not in any way  effect atfic high dyke the Reel am a  tion Company may build, but if it  should so happen that no dykes are  erected and the lake level be raised  six feet, at low water mark, to the  uninitiated the case of the stockmen is one that should have the  closest possible direct attention.  No one wishes to see  the  expansion policy of  the jpower company  interfered with, nor do looal orchar  disfcs wish to be deprived of a free  supply of hay amounting to almost  2000 tons annually.    The only way  equal justice oan be   done  is to see  that the low water  level   is  estab  lished at a point where haymaking  will   be safeguarded, and   then the  company   can   govern    themselves  accordingly  in   the  completing  of  their works.  By all means have  aU the   local  interests directly   interested   nt tbe  hearing.    It is moat, likely  to   be a  case of "apeak now, or forever here  after hold your peace."  possible the Review  held that he faunds should co;_Je  out of the taxes. Creston village  has fallen in with that view to the  extent of $125, and- the school  board has made ar. interim contribution of $25.  What is desired 13 that the other  school districts that fav������r a central  .celebration should make -contributions as generous as is possible*  SSven if funds are shy we cannot  onaceive of any board of school  trustees    refusing  to   borrow,  say.  The Same Here  aa  In his last issue Editor   Sullivan  of the Courier pays  his respects to  the merchant  princes of   the term  inal city as hereunder:  not too had at giving s _!_���������_ with  community work, contributing to  charitable causes, and paying taxes,  to say nothing af. the helping hand  the i_evi&w a.&u. our crai.si.esc n*5������vs=  paper connections extend in  keeping Creston on the map, we  beleive we ar������ entitled to the coaitr-  teey ot* subuait-ting u, price on j'uur  printing needs,- aud that it will be  good business noi to overlook us  Remember, too, that we are  eqiiippad te twru ������sat everything  needed locally���������or we will promptly tell yoaa what you aro after is  not in our line.  the interest ok which   would  <_*o������-  V_vt������j  be just two dollars if not repaid for  a whole year. Just what the finance committee will do in the  mat .er of 'soliciting funds we Siava  not been informed. If folks of  their own freewill and accord want  to donate there should ht$ no stopping them, but certainty- the Review does not favor any hat  passing; the nation's general  business is not handled inthis fash-  ioi^, neither should  t������e  i-a  ������e cue exercises  befitting-: the observance of the  sixtieth anniversary .of the am it ing  of the provinces of the dominion: of  which we are all so proud to form  a part. -  And in   addition to   the districts  contriluatia-ag to the affair in accord  with the best Canadian   traditions,  it is to be hoped the same national  ideals will prevail it   putting  over  the   celebration.    If   iu   1867   the  half   dozen   provinces    that   then  famctioned as more or less separate  units were able to forget their provincial likes and dislikes and unite  for  all   time in   a  4000-mile wide  Canadian   confederacy,   surely   the  half dozen or more districts in  the  Valley can for one day   submerge  ectional   prejudices and   make   the  sixtieth . nniversary of the linking  ud of the provinces worthy   of   the  day, and the  ideals of the makers  of confederation.  "An outside ped filer of an eastern printing house was in the  city this week soliciting ordert.  The Oonrier can give, customers  eastern prices, with no long -  waits for work. If yoia believe  in Cranbrook institutions keep  your money at  home."  With this sentiment the Revi w  is in very hearty accord, with th������  exoeo^ion that we are not ~..arai.  ' 'v' ��������� r-v  teeing to meet eastern prices. Oar  particular greiyance in connection  with most- of the -printing busiiajess  sent out of town is that the travelling order taken, who packs liis  printing -samples purely as a  sideline, fmuls ii.it**', .customers into  buying before the Review is given  even ft. chance to quote price's,  much leas submit-" samples of our  product. If better printing at the  same price, or something that is  good enough at a lower price, can  be obtained outside than the  Review can furnish, by all means  let there be no sentiment in  business, but in view  of our being  usea as  a   Dame  -advantages*   . . ���������  nas many  *sa  Monef carried in   it is easy to  spend, on Crifles or may be lost  ���������"or stolen..  Weekly deposits in, pur Savings. Baat-Jb  ���������will accumulate rapidly- &  Small or large accaimcs are welcome.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMlvtERCE  Capital Paid Up $20*000,000   ���������, ���������*_>  Creston. Bsaiaci-  ������ $2Q;OQQiQQQ  R. JF. Fodbes, Mrssssgsr  Pointed Better Wraps at .Tlie Review  Financing the Jubilee  Judging by the reluotanoe of  outside school districts to definitely  commit themselves���������in saying  nothing at al! or rofusing any  information until told just what  the celebration is to be like���������we  "lio-pr*. rin harm onn conan in poanfctrita*  out that those iaa olmrgo of tho  affair cannotannounce any definite  prngt-amme until saioh tiino as thoy  have son.*: idea of what TuiacJy they  will havo .'tat their dtHpowil.  If a. liuvi of 'ill   round   tmiortiun  rraont Midi ������������ tin-day  jiastifi/'H \h to  b������i provided    nvcryono    will   a great  tUs.i, niiimty   will   Ih'j   ivcjauYc-J, r.:nl  J..'*  tllf!   (HX'.HHUiH    JH     (illll      of       puroly  Cranbrook Papers Merge  Running newspapers just to help  pass the time, or for the gocd and  welfare of the community, without  any regard for real profit, appears.  to have been a favorite pastime  at Cranbrook the past two years,  according to announcements of the  Courier and Herald, the iatter of  whioh has been absorbed by the  Courier, with the Herald plant  shifted to Kimberley. where ib will  publish the Press, which for almost  two years has been printed in the  Herald office at Craii. brook.  In  aianouciaag   the   change   both  editors  frankly    admit they have  operated    their   papers otB a   loss,  Editor Sullivan assuring that since  the first   of   January   only   three  issues of the Courier havo nhown n  margin of profit,  with  some issues  chalking up a loss  as high as $75.  Iia every way the   new arrangement will  ho beneficial.    A news  paperman  that   has  to  depend or.  his   revenuces     from    commerciftll  printing     to   carry   his   business  naturally favors the jobbing trade,  and tho newspaper must of necessity Buffer.  With tho Courier alone  in tho Cranbrook field and tho  Press all to itaolf at Kimberley, tho  change should linstave still better  papers, with rtwiulfrant benefit to  the communities, served���������and at a  lower coat.  With the now order of things ita  landmark of Kootenai/ journalism  dinappoars tits tho Herald was  (ViuiiraYd almost thirty yoars ago.  Iitoidon-yally hintory is mi-do in  arnoUaor ..arocL.-on; witla the Ilcra.d'a  iMHHing there 5s   now   no   town im  1H ^ JfeJL; ^-vOJU.i.J  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925  Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $77,663,045; Lode Gold, $122,808,459,  Silver, $74,111,397; Lead, $89,218,907; Copper $197,642,647; Zinc, g39,925,947; Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,594,387;   Coal and Coke, $273,048.95^;   Building Stone, Brick. Cement,  etc., $44,905,886;   making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $920,919,628  Production! year ending December, 1924, $61,4^,242  The Minipgj Laws of this Province are more liberal -a;nd.. the-'fees., lower than those b������  any other���������P^ovirrioe in the^Dominion, or any colony in the British Ean pire.  ^Mineral locations are granted to discoverers- i^'notc^iAie^.'}::1'S}--[-'^S^a.'  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing? such  properties, the security of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants. "   -  Full itaformation. together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing���������-   ' ..  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Prai tioally all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described iai some one ot the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering ruining  investments should refer to such repturts. They are available without charge on application to the Department o Manes. Victorist, B.G. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Van-  convei1, are recommended ais valuable sources of infformataon.  Reports covering each of the Six Maderal Survey Districts are published separately, and are avail  able on application.  Lighter Underwear for the  Coming Warm Weather  eff'-r' i'* :','   '��������� -    ," ,  i ��������������������������� :,:. --*>,* ���������-���������,'"- " '���������*' .'i ��������� _,_r.,,'t .s i ���������'���������-: a 'i-Tran,:. ���������",:,:,. ,.:-.���������_���������-���������������������������,-.���������_,���������,:._,: j. a.i,1;,..1; .1, ,i,a ,���������';_-'���������:���������;���������,; s ;rr v. srrr,  Men's Suits and Drawers at, each ���������. $1.00  CombiBation   Suits,  Watson5*������  Spring   Needle  gives yois* wear, comfort nnd freedom, cut in correct sizes to fit you,  all sizes, per suit, 1.86 to $2,50.  Watson's Ladies' and Children's Vests  Priced 25a, 30c.������ 40c,������ 50c, and up.  Extra Outsize Vests, fine quality   Ladies' Extra Outsize Combinations  - $i .50  Ladies' Bloomers in White and Peach, 50c. and -SOe.  RESTON  _3 __ ____. T8mW  ������s   xsx B an  AiiTiLE COMPANY  mm  UM TED <-*"        i J  THUS  CI-ESTCK   B@Vf__.1f  I- _^-*������������l 2  33--^ ^"B  ���������_'.������������ aTOIIIttn   T.r  -v_*      A. ������ tv*"** -��������� *.-*���������*    f-*  TS-P   *_.'.en   Uo-W J UKiOi   au_������a������ry   u  St. Stephen's Church  are   having   a  silver tea at the home of Mas, S. A.  rSij.  Sales of new and rebaiilt cars by  Creston aud Erackeon garages up to  June  1st as   placed   at   very   close to  Mrs. W. B. Martin left on Monday  ���������^s-^i ������-������������--���������������������/������������**������������������������������ ��������������� ������.w_ w       ���������^-_������h5        ._������'<^*\-i'*rt_-   __s,w--  rsnother who is on her way from JSag-  1  ���������ss__g____E.  BBS..  SUMMER  IN EFFECT MAY 15TH  CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES  JLasze l+ousae  &merata i*a&e  Nine Buagalow Camp.  HALS h SU tUnb I       -      ALA5RA  Vancouver  -  Victoria  -  Seattle ~  Portland  after Vancouver ��������� see Alaska  ���������the Romantic Northland  __ ������ a  fcA_> I tr-a"*. ^AIMALPA  A choice oJ? routes via ail rail or lake end rail  UNlltU  i>lAlt2>  Excursion fares in effect May 22  to  Minneapolis  St* Paul, Chicago, New York and other centres  Have the Ticket Agent tell yoas more about Summer Trips.  W:B. MARTIN, CresUm        7^W.Bnndys Erickson  ���������jl  AGIFIC  *_���������_���������_*_  Bases  sswe  It is not al^ways easy to save but  those who do saveprosper. As a  little money is accumulated it should  be placed in a Savlags Bank aecoii-it  ���������where interest will be paid and the  principal sum be Isecure*? ^There is  a Savings Bank Deparatmentat every  branch of this Bank, ^  C W. ALUN,  CRESTON BRANCH,  -^ya_g-*^  B_B___i-_ii-_SBBOBBBB  1927  FOR D   PRIG ES  1 fiies-e  E_ ifIgEcsois ���������������������������������������������<  To-rtrin������.-~������- ������ ��������� $603.00  Towring���������Sport.���������.  710.50  Runabout-���������...... ~  582.00  Sport Roadster  680.00  Conpe .   754.00  Tudor���������-..... ........ 769.00  Fordor ��������� -���������-~.~ 836.00  Chassis  4S9.00  Light Delivery^--  592.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truofc-~~���������.... *--���������. ..... 515.00  Truofc, Starter  585.00  Itaaokstell Pans ���������.���������    70.00  Ruoketal. Truck ...... 100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE STATION  UmiiWiMTtF  *-tfj ^^<^^b^Bf   "UJB^^^'^f   ^9    ^^l   Bjj3   ^""""H v^^^^SB v^^^&a^^ ^^"L^^gs ^BaL^^L^S m-* mt-m ' ^9  ^9   ^H MB B9  MEAT MERCHANTS  -S3S  land ta visit   relatives in Canada for  the suramer.  Airrn Pop Sax.15���������Ford -touring ear  in good rmsming order, ������209. Caaa be  seen- at J. CuiVs Creston. _ Mrs. B.  McGonegal Kitchener.  A. W. Gough; sales manager of the  'Kimberley Prod acta Company, has  bef������n in the Va-lley this week selling  agriculture lime-���������muscle shells ground  tr\ a Ana   rM>������r������i������������-i������   ainjl   n,������Q*������rbi������ri#������ed   OSSS  of the best forms of lime for use on the  soils of B.C.  Creston l-adiuR Liberals -wall nominate a candidate at a party convention  to lie neld &t Nelson thia- (Thursday)  evening. It is expected Hon Dr.  MacLesvn������ minister of finance, will be  in attendance, aud Oreston Valley  polls are sending a full quota of delegates.  C.P.R.   Supt   Flett   and   Divisional!  Engineer     Robertson   of   Cranbrook >  ���������������a������������a-  lv������-VMft      ir%*-* aH1**. *-_ ������_t ������T       inrfc _������__������������������ Wk #-0       *������ 9"_    -C-f-ij-.  VT ���������*_*_-_. ***_-     iB������0������ >*_5*      v/������r������-       __.- hi i-at-ar^ mmmimm*, ������������*q       c*.*ii^,������ _.���������=  speetion of the yard foi* the location  of a short siding to   take caare  of car  (Hiding OTpeRitiOiiS by ���������iit������������fi,ui"f -SJ^atfSi&V  & Staplesr; \whose sawmill: iri the  Alexander timber east of town is  likely U. commence cutting next  month.  Mrs. Ijohg, Burton Avenue; received  word at the end of the ws������ek tifat her  &on, Daiv*?.-'badvbeeh killed in a taot-or  accident at Sandpoint, Idaho, the  day prevso������i*������ Ueeeased bad spent  part of the winter of 1925428 with his  mother and Was known to more than  a few in the village, who will sympathize with Mrs. Long in her  bereavement. ?     ;  There was a fair fcurnoait at the  Grand ^Theatre Sundayaif ter noon for  the usual Chautauqua week community service at which Dr. Arnold, ���������arave a  forceful address on "The Path of the  Stttal," with John Ross Reed cosst-rlbiit-  irig "The Prodigal Son" as a solo number, and Miss Reed and Miss Jensen  favoring with^ the duett, Mfle Shall  Feed His Flock." Both vocal selections were faaultlessly rendered, nnd  rdwnded ont a strviee that will long be  remembered. r? Revs. Daly and Newby  had charge of , the i^eligious exercises,  with A. A. J. Collis presiding at the  piano.  ^^jj^_-_-_-    HH^BflH     SmmSt   jW^^__^ __E_r^I___r fl__^^__B mmSST^SmmmW    ___B___H_____r    __9___^^^-_S_^^___B  BSC   B^'^'SLJm __f ������*-S_������TS_ S5L__? ^S'Myf^^^gM tBi.  Don't you think it would be good business to have your  delivered NOV/, so as io avoid ihe rush  later  on?  For orders placed.before August 1st we will date the   |  * invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 10 days from August ssfc.  CHAS. O. RODGERB  i-n^Hiyi  W*& 9-f    1*0  _Ql'���������__.���������. _J^_,__._  mini ii w i r  BINS  mm       ^ ���������J  ;s    a,&A������!__i  -atwir-ua ju_A2__  UK?*  "Coacfe��������� ��������������������������� -*- ������������������  oupa ��������� ��������� ���������  .   '    *m\ _f5l_f_lff_?  ��������� ���������   '���������     ������.!i_f--d������_f  - -- 1114  JL_������'0--Kv>'uk3  Bumper, Spare  J3iie~T������n Truck -  All kinds of  Used  Tire, Motorsseter.  - -������������������' ���������    823  Cars  For Sale  %r    a��������� \ E-_- tiv B i ---U B������     ^^^^_SI ������*?%��������� Jb sHm. %3& > _____.  PALMER   &    rViAXwEi-L  SCRVICe ON ANYTHING OPERATED bygasoune  N-Ei-18 fJoiniiiittees  -Jubiliee Doings  Arroivsmi-h,  Miss   V.  |TRY OUR    ,  &BAMROCM: POMK SAUSAGE  An economical ill ah, easy to servo.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUtTER  Government grtided< highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  '"��������� nil vnriotioB.  Choicest BEEfr, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, ���������LAMB  ���������m*mf   iW  ���������%* -*������������������#   -0 ������*m"' ���������' ������.fw t*invmmfn-   (-* ���������*������������������������        mm        ���������mmr'     '���������m*' wm* mW   mm tm*   mm mm*        ***"   "ttfr" jWnuiar*  InoreaBon ������>gg production anal paoiliac.^n bottor poultry.    Buy l.ho beaat,  Frona village organizations there was  a fane tiirnont of representatives at  the meeting on May 25th to get on  with the formation of plans for the  Confederation Jubilee celebration at  Creston on July 1st. Other than delegates from Erickson Whirlnrind Club  and Canyon Ladies' Commnnity Club  outside points were.not represented.  The opening feature was announcement by the chairman. Major Mallandaine, that before any programme for  the day could be intelligently drafted  it would be necessary ip know what  funds would be available, and a canvass of tnntse present showed the  following pledges* Village council,  $25; Creston school board. $25;  Masonic Lodge, $25; Board of Trade,  $15; Whirlwind Club, $10; Rod and  Gun Chub, $10; Presbyterian Ladies*  Aid, $5.    A letter from Canyon school  M.  Boyd. Miss. B.  Muri-ow.  Programnte���������Major Mallandaine, C.  Murrell, C. W. Allan. AV." J. Ti-uscott,  Matt York. H. S. McCreath, G. Greenwood, W. "3. Hendy. C., F. Hayes.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd/ Mrs. R. Stevenas.  Principal Kelly, H. McLaren,  Transportation���������H. McLaren, C.  J-ousby, B, Uri, R. M. Telford.  Yoaing, J. Bird. B. Johnson.  In order tn impress upon the outside school districts the worth wbile-  ness of the celebration and the need to  organize each district to be sure the  youngsters will all be transported, a  number of those present volunterred  to visit all the schools.and interview  teachers and trustees in the territory  from Kitchener to Sardar. Tbe next  general meeting will be at the call of  the chair.  Card of Thanks  Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson and family take this means of expressing their  sincere appreciation of the sympathy  and many kindness shown them in  their recent bereavement.  ���������UN  referred to the secretary for annother  appeal. This gives assurance of $215,  and as nauny of -the organ Stations  written to bn<J not met to consider  the matterup to the 25th, hope is held  out-that at least another $100 will be  forthcoming and the finance committee-has been asked to open a subscription list and donations will be  acknwledged through the Review,  A committee of three men and  two ladies' to scleot tho committees to  handle the the day wits not favorably  received, and on a amotion to name  these commit.oes in open meeting  carrying considerable time was taken  up in choosing the committees which  aro to havo power to add. The slate  ia as follows:,  Finance���������C, W. Allan, R. J. Forbefa,  G. Johnson*  Snorts���������W. .1. Truscott, V. Mawson,  M. R. Joyce, Miss Beth Putnam.  Parade���������Matt. York.  Cffoundn���������H. 8. McC-foatb, M. J.  Boyd, J.  W. Craig.  Decorations��������� G. Greenwood, R,  Stark, It. B. Ho vain, C. B. Twlgg,  Misses A. iHmhrue und at* Johnson,  and Mrs. Hopwood.  Music���������W, G. Hendy, Rev, J. Herd-  man, Rev. S. Newby.  ConipotltlonD���������Mrn. Stevens. Mr������.  Thurston,   Mro.    Greenwood, F.   H.  Jackson* S. A. Spccra.  BpeakerH���������O. F. Hayuw, Rtsv, ,J,  Herdman.  Hclaoola��������� Princlpalo Kolloy and  McLoEEan.  Tviichers'    Auxiliary���������Mra,   M,    J.  _tfB9^k dQf JHHB JOBjf __P      _  ���������l^By.i^^ mffmf^Sa, Jmm9mt\% JiQBi ^^^M^By ^BrB^ ^SkSm^ffi^  rnfmm '   mTfimf*MT$s?*B*  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  BOAR FOR SERVBCE  Registered Berkshire,     R. Stewart,  (Alico Siding), Crefiton.  60VERMMEHT LIQUOR ACT  Noticm of Application for  Comtmt to  Transfer of Bear Hcenso  Notloo is hereby jrtvon that on tlao 10th day  of Jaano next, Uio aindoiruIjtniiM. Sntoiartn to apply  tx������ tlio Llaiaaiir ;OontroI iJoawl for conHont of  t.ran������f(ar or Hoot* "bloortno No. 0113. Innnayi Ita mih-  po������l; of niHimimon laolncr i}art. of baillilliif. known  Ooliinnlalft, iimin tlart li������.n������1n <l<*������f>Ha������<WI anoi TiMm ������  and ������, niawk I.Bftlmn. Townulto.Map ftM, Nolnou  ImmA Itoi{lnl<mtlon Dliati-lot, In tlio Provlmso of  HrltlnV   ���������nrtliimaMn,   facntn    AU������n*ct   #Hl������hnin   ftnrt  Douiitliiii Olliboaa to iCrmwib John Summon, ot  Hahno, llrlMNli (Joaum^ln, tmnmrfliMMa.  "������5i������S,<j4 ht S&ltiio. B.O., thin gayl dtyf^aM*'May,  imuammwmm  PRE-EMPTIOWS  Vacant, unreserved, caurvesretd  Jroasrci lands ameiy bo _>re-smpted oy  3__-_sb subjects over 18 years of age,  ia_ by aliens on declaring intention  .o become British aubjacts, condl-  ional upon . residence, occupation,  va& improvement for tM*^e������ltui*stf  t'ur_>08es.  B*aU information concerning- rogu-  ationa regarding pre-emptions . U  g-Lven in Bulletin Ko. 1, Land Series,  ���������How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  ���������y addressing tho "Department of  uanda, Victorte^ B.C^ or to any Qov-  -i nment Agent.  Records will be granted covering  <nl*y land suitable for agricultural  purposes, o&& which ,Ss not timber-  :and, I.e., carrying over M00 board  feet per etcre wost of the Coast Xtange  and 8,000 feet per acre .east of that  E.tuigo.  Applications for pre-emptions are  o be addressee, to tho Land Cora-  nlBsioner of tho Land Recording Dt-  '{������lon. In whioh tho land applied for  fs situated, and ore made on printed  'orma, copies of which can be ob-  atned from 4Ji������> Land Commlasloner.  *lO*a-<w������ ^ ***���������***> **-������<.'. mmrmmm     ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������     %*.*+.     ~+*y,+*.���������***.$ r* .JX      *���������*������������������������  ���������������. -.-v1������������������_**__������^#"*^.vr������-������W     **U*<*m.h0%������    WW     VVWU|J'I>V;X������     ***-'������  five Tears __n$. int-parovementn maxie  to value of $10 per acre, including  clearing and cultivating* at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  "ecelved.  Ftor more detailed Information *_���������������  the^ Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Lant.,**  ������       PURCHASE ft>  Appllcntlono tore received for pur  chose . of vacant and unrotsorved  Orown lands, not being timberland,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  price of first-clans (arable) land Is 16  per acre, and second-class (gracing)  Jand $8.50 por aero. Further information regarding purchase or lease  of Grown lands Is given In Bulletin  No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment ol  stumpage.  HOMEOITE   LEA0E8  "U33aa_*n-oyc<3 arc^xi, not .cxcooodlng; 20  acres, may bo leased as homesltes,  conditional upon a dwelling belnc  erected in the first year, title being  ' obtainable after resldonco and Improvement conditions are' fulfilled  and land has been surveyed,  LBA-SEG  -"���������"or gTasIng and   industrial    pur*  poofta toarcas not exceeding 640 acre.  may fee leased by 'bne perrsott  or  ������  cornnany.  GRAZING  Under the Groin* Act the Prov-  *h*f ta divide* into irra������ing dlstrlcu  auid the range administered under i  am-sln* , Commissioner. Annua'  unraslng peirmlts are lasued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  lu uwiublishud owtaerw. SLock-owiaeri  tntxy form tutsoolatlons for range  mnmnii������f*������������w������������������i*-, **ism������������i Ar ������������l*t!','"!'"," _-���������������"���������  p������i*mlts mrm avsJIabfe fir Vett'tarsi  soanporo and t-mvellers, up to t������n  tiaeiad. ^
,-M__~-_.     x-fcxii y X1L W t     ���UlUi.fcJT-UJX,     15.     <J.
ttry&r packed" in AlMrhin^zM'^^&i^
'v::-:_-':"   l satnfe as years ago.': XJ'-^
_,*'       in-.; ..Off ,���; " '*-3
;   V^iferah Missio-hary Dead i
Late   Father Cochin'-Was  Prisoner ot ���
Indians in Rebellioai of 1885 j
|" ;j/^Tte'v. ;Ft*'/Louis-yCorhiai.   O.M.I.,  vot-J
'^'I'eranynaissfonaiTr-diiioariK  the  Croe Tn-^1
r~
T_nra3r
er iu  J Vie- camn !
r.fc
,-Sit->"!*,
���.���&-w5.^.\>��
Is guuu
RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.
 n-������-���������    if-  ii-i���i.��..ini  ir    i - "��� ������������i_^-�� ii - ������ i - -  ..iii_i-i        i: '_     . Tiij -       '      I    ? ���   '���-  ' '        .1   .  ' '    '  "-' ~"     '      '~  '**   "" T*~T T
Ihe bpintoi:  Jubilee
j of. Povjn.djiuil-01* during the unrimias: ot i
j. 1SS5,   diet]   at   liaUlefoa-ai   recently   ai |?
j tiae  age  ol' 71.    One oi"   the outf-land- �� ?
1 hag   achievements   of  hi*   career   >vars
j his  vorli  lu  eoiiiiecisoij ���with  tlio  sn��-
irender   of"   Potihdnaaker,    Ihe    Indian
j r;hie1".  and *i>?';i<'o  jnirh-ys'    which     lol
! toaveii.: '
��� Ci\'Cochin joined the Oblate Onli-a ;??
; ot lai-iostp. >vhe��- 'ha youn^ man in ������';
i Franco, and follbvvitiei his ordination j^
; lo Iho priest*hood, ea.uu> to the ]������.
faaorthwest. talking 4.1 p missionary %
-work among tlie Indians immediate ;?y
ly   011   hi*   ���arrival. "~^-
"^BaHSB-''^
"Well, there goes ttwenty-ajeven. holes this afternoon.
Want to scop���are your feet ���wet?"
*' I should say not I   Do YOURS ever get vet <whea
_,. ��-.,s ll_��. -,,-   f-1	
k.^jii^ftf^a	
There''s.a '-' iVu_f/e< " ahadaf&r every shoe made
ii
Canadian Art in Paris
. It is now a.-It-ai-lv manitefU that, tlm celebration of Cnaindu's Diamond
; Jubilee will be Kcncral throughout the nonunion, ami tliat ahe coreiitonaVai
?i:uiaiuii?r*r aht.< historic occasion, will be colorLul. outerUiiaaing and instruetiva*
us hefiits the sixtieth anniversary c>C si nation's-'-birili. Tlie"eb'lnmaist of every
j; thilly aud weeU.ty paper, ftowever small the la uer may be, tell iho sa.me
'���"���'si.or\ of tlip holding of jmblic meeting;}*. aia<r alio appointment of committees
foi" represenuitive citizens lo plan a fitr.injfs eelobration 011 July 1st ami the.
'���: succeeding t-svo <1h-.vh. it is finite.evident .that .*-'��� will be a veryimorottre-^iA-fe
: and pool��� spiritea? i:ommutiiitv vriiiela itiats to. a-ouatw^morate thf inansnra-
lioti of tin:  Dominion. f
? The   very   s-eneral   iutfrosi   heint;   daspla.ved   a^   ;i   armtifyin,$*;������ evidetaa'e   ot
���"\he pride-, "yv iii eh (Canadians have, come to have in Iheir conaiti-y .���-������'a is an
��� vvadenee of a Jeail natioaxai spirit. KapiaH}* ygyraf.ii'ying is the way in whioh local
���-' comaaaimiTies throughout iho 1 >o.niinion laavo. aoeepted the lead oi" the National Committee ami aire -planning to nntke ;p,ot<.*hnon Day ceh-bi'ii.ltons truly
.; eomineniorciuve ����f <"onfedeaaiion. rather ilaan naereiy vlaya of sport aaig
���������������vents. Uener;iU> speaking:, tho ceremonies on July 1st -will be patriotic
sanii   historical   tti   ehar;n*ter.   while  on  daily   :*nd ��� alsta   a   nai i'.��a;al   holiday   in
?; litis Jubilee   year sports  and   other  pros'i'amuies   will  he   eavried  out.
: 'J'ime.   euer-jcy   ami   money   spent    in   or^janr/.ius   truly   worth-while   <a>.ui-
'������_ tiiemoraliye  eeremonies   wiii   bo   v.*ell ercpende.ai   only   it   the  iriae,   underlying
-,-jdrit of the Jubilee is never lost sight of. but. on  the -contrary, is 'strongl*?
y .'ruphasizeU.     It   is  urgt.-d   ahai  every   eoiebration on  July'  1st   should  have "a
clear, saroaijt;.  domimirir   no;��* c.f patriotism,   direx-ting  1 be  hearts  aud  minds
ot  all  10  Canada.""   L'ar;icu'ur!v   is it   desired_thai   iu  all   Donuiaiou  ihiy  cere-
Home Not ComrJete
������.��_t-
Without Nerviline
When your sfo.niae.la is badly upset,
vlaen you arc belehins; -^as ami suffer-
iUR from uausea, the quickest relief
���\v.il! coma* fj'oi'ii 2Q di"o*>s, of N^erviliiie..
Take it in a.weeteiiert watt-a* aud you
i',ei an iauuiodiato result- NerVllaaae
has been used for nearly half a een-
tury and is coiisidereil a necessity in
anost houses, because of. its usefulness
in pie.vouiiug many auiaill ills that
constantly ai*ise. Sold everywhere in
:**"�� cent bottles.
i=?khibiaion     of     Canadian     Paintings
Praised- by   French   Critics
From Cluirles Si ewart, the Pa rid.
correspondent?;'of aim New York
\Vorld, eoines this common toil tjae
most receiii. colleetioii of Cariada'd
art in  Paris. lle.s'tV.'-'f   k? ?
''The  exhibition of; Canadian   paintings   sent over  to    Par iii    under    tlie
auspices   of   the   Fint' ,Arts   tJonamis-
'saons ol   Canada feante^nto-1 iihe d^iifey
Hemp for "Fibre   f
Tests  completed    re'cb'ii-iy*"* demon-
si rate   ihat, heyoip   for   fibre   cra.n   be
grown very success-fully in many par'����
of Canada.
SalHlies   of   the
the;    I mxemibn rg
���ilm,m,-..-> - - *�� *.^w>��r�� --, *^ **
"Tulleries
Museum
aaiiiex   o t \
like.-
I  I   UIIB
ie  op
���<JL'<;ii    I
!
:l
They Caai Be Taken By
Old And Young Alike
Saskatchewan     Lady     is     Very
lj    Enthusiastic jAiyput Dodd's
;   Kidney Pills
?spaces   ot   the   great -Noa'th-vvest.   And I
Northern Grown Seed
Striking    Success    is
The   superior  quality
Mrs. E.  M. Tatton Gave Them to Her
Little     Boy,    Who    Was     Suffering
f From  Urinairy Trouble.
"Waldron;     Sask     (Special)���'""Kver
it   as   thus   that   these   wbrks   ot fart
have   been   acclaimed   by   the  Freneh i since: my little boy was horuJae haa
cd-itics.     There is hiueli excellena^e la !'ataf_e're"cl with f iirvoluiitajL-y.   tiritialiori/'
Obtained
Canadian Alfalfa Seed *
With
individual   efforts'"'--ati'd   the  Show  as a
whole   is   of   n   high   order   ot met at.
The    greater    proportion    0/    ahe 200
northern | eaiivass.es-^ exhibited  consists  rat de��*o-
seed     is    nowhere more     strikingly ; rative   lamlseapes,   among:  '-which'  "A
March   Ai'ternooa'"    and    three    other
paintings by   !MaaarieefCulleai  aae  eon-
of
de sired ^t haa
monies the  most ���prominent -("lace be given  to Uae' t-hildren  ot Canada.
The -Jubilee 'ceremonies should very properly recall, the condition ot
Canada prior to IS��7, th��* lack of unity Uieti .existing, the suspicions enaea:-
t;iii��e��1, the dotaUrs aud fears for the future -which "i>revailect. It should be
a ttne-nbered thai 'Confederal ion was 'devised 1o ovea-eome those conditions,
to t'uid .-a soiutiou tor the existing problem^, and didiculties. .We should as ii
I-eople revive in" oait* memories the patriotism, 'the vision, the self-sacriflce
of ihe Fathers oa' Confederation who forgot all differences of nariy, of racial
descent, of cre&tt. in order to render service lo Canada and tlie. "Kanpire. The
s[iirit  ot the Fathers should be" the spirit  of this laiamond Jubilee.
Conl'ederatioai brought union and strength out of disunion and "weakness,
it has replaced doubts and fears with confidence; disc.oui*ageme-nf Iaa. given
place 10 courage a iwl a justifiable pride. The achievcmenls of the Canadian
people in the succeeding sixty years are without a parallel in the history oif
the world. Tliey have spanned and re-spanned a continent with hands ot
.<icei: they have ereaied a strong and maite-d nation out ol a'soUit.ed
colonies; tlmy have placed their flag on the seven seas, and carried their
commerce th the mterniosi parts of the globe; even in the iiery ordeal oi'
the world's greatest war they tool* second place to no other people, but by
their self-sacrifice and unremitting labor won the admiration, or aii men and
woaa. I'or Canada a ��� place oT equality with ahe world's greatest and proudest
liiiiions. -
But Confederation .made more than all this possible. It has rcsaalaeil
iai revealing the people tit Canada to themselves. In working together in 1 he-
sol u lion of great national problems, in carrying through gigantic enterprises
to success, ami In devoting their energies to the development oC some of the
greatest natural resources possossed by any land, they have learned each
01 hers good tpialiaies, They have given to 1he world a great, object lesson
of how two races, differing in language snail an religion, can exercise tolerance
and forbearance, ami, appreeaaaing ihe contribution which each lias to make
fan- ahe common good, uiaiae ao lay the foundations of 11 united stale,
proga-essive, prosperous and happy.
Recalling tlae ililllcullaos and achievement:*; ot the past, glorying in Ihf
present, ihe real celebration ol' the Jubilee will be found in a re-aflirmaaive
of loyalty niul a re-dmlieatioti of service to Canada on the part, oi* individual
of loyally aud a 11-dedication of servce to Canada on lite purl ot j 11 dividual
ftimidiuai ciiir/oias. This is ihe true, underlying spirit of ���CuniolH's laisimond
Jubilee. ~"
i shown than in the success obtained
j with Canadian alfalfa seed. For a
j long time it was difficult to ga*ow
i alfalfa satccessiully iu many parts or
j Canada, but the development of an
i ample supply of hardy strains of seed
|_has, to a certain extent, solved the
j .problem of ... winter-Miliug and the
j Dominion's alfalfa crop -.increased
i from 238.000 acres in 1920 to S">S.000
i acres in  1926.
���spicuous by* their brilliancy, as are
the vividly colored snow s.ceneSi by
Claa*en.ce A. Gagaion. "The magic of;
the ���feminine form .divine," say^s one
of   the   critics,   "spiritualized   through
���writes Mrs. ?33^; M. JTatton,    a    well-
I known resident    of    this    place.      }'X
i thought, he  would   grow  oiat  of  this."
j but   lie^did^.not   do .so.:.   At ''times   I
j thought, it. was puare laKiaiessjarid??used-
j to spank him. until I discovered it was
: no1 the child's fault, but kidney weak-.
t'netls. If-trifedfDeed's Kidnoyy P31!Svw*J1h
great Success, and ' lie -is fnever  troiu-
blechnow? My husjaand arid I use i.hem
frequently   "wli.en_j.vei:, we.   have   pains
in,; the "back." --y?"/;;;    ;   ' }}}}^'"}''}}.}'}" :\".
Dodd's Kidney Palls have- become a
familj' remed5r" -because people have
tried 1 hem and found them good;,They
fhe eyes oi' the artist does not   seem ��� help llheuniatisni. IjUtubago, Diabetes
to appeal    to    the    austeriiv    of    the ��� l^ame ?Back,H'Keart Diso_a\se'^a__j'd.?-I7rln-
arfv troubles, becaaase all ol: these sire
eitlier kidney disease-; or are caused
"by  the  kidneys   failing;    lo??yvdo    their
Sodium Sulphite
in
; Large Deposits Have Been Located
:���.: r." tt y W estern? Canada ;
j In Canada sodium sulphate, an ahe
��� form of salt cake,'"finds its largest use
Jin ahe pulp aud paper industry; and
| is also employed in -the metallurgical,
! glass, dye, textile and other indu��-
j tries. "Eighty-three occurrences oi'
! natural deposits of sodium sulphate
[have, been located in Western Canada,
! priau-apally in Saskatchewan, and an
investigation   ot   21   of   these   by   the
of Mines-shows
115.000,000 ions
Dua-ing   the   more   tui-bulentit storms , ^or^
{ at  sea. ��� waves   aeaeli   heights xangiug I ........    .       -���r-:���"���. f^"-,- ���,.'<'   -}Ss
'j froan 20 to 50 feet?   Tho highest wave"1     "Measure  a   hian    by.   his    everyday
���.oi: which  there  is  any --reisible report j conduct   ratlaer   than   by   his'"exfraor-
1 was !>0ffeet, in 1ft22.    H   '?���?:':-���.'���?-   -..������'" jdinai-y exeriioris.
1 -���--���'-  -
Dominion Department
the pTeseitee of,over
ot  hydrous   salts,  .mainly
phate. v
sodium  sul-
Northern B.C. Minerals
A force ol ���a'liiilneers of ibe fcjiition-
ui Lead (Nanipany of New "York will
invade 'Noriliern British Columbia
this mouth io inve.'ii.mite lead ami
other mineral pi-opcriies, It theii'
reports are i;iwn,ib|<> ih" comfiany
become inieresleal and
mining. ; Tlie ' Cortland
Mice Aim -.vill be visit cal
which the puns will gill e
Avill   likidy
fiiHiipi'     in
Canal   and
firs 1.   a 11 ei-
lo Tea1 race and 01 her
I-vhico   Unpen    1 iii---
Nutional  Uallwuys,
points along
ol    iha>   ("amidiitia
White   States   in   Empire '      .
There are max  ua'cal  white slates of |
ihe   ihltish  I'Jiuplri*     on     the     Cncllic
con si ���one In Canada,    five     in     Aus
iralia.     Thes,e   F.mpLre   Pacific   states
are   larger   ami    more   populous   Hian
I In* Jour   Pacific  stales  of  rhe   I'niied
Stales,      <'aiaada   alone   is - nearly   as
kli'Ri'  !1M -nil   Klli'opa*.     11
Ihe   I.'iaatt'd  Sautes with
Is .larger- a bun
all lis posses
sions.
I>nn*i    ��a-t      loo      I'rer'h.      liVllU*?iiber
whiit   haiipciteil  lo  Mrs.  lait.
TMillei's Wtfirm Powders not oaily
make the infantile system unteaxable I
Cor vvornas, but by their action on the j
stomach, liver ami bowels they cor- >
reel such troubles as lack or appetite, j
bilion.-ness and aether internal elisor- |
tiers tluit the. worms create. Children |
thrive uiion thoivi and no piaffer what |
condition their worna-infested. slnm- j
achw may be in. thoy will show im.- j
provemeaat   as   soon as   the   treatment
i    IJf'hl'"'.
I     v Lobster Canneries
Then- are about 500 lobster eaainer-
I U��s in Canada eniployUig nearly 7.000
1 people. Tlie normal catch of lobsters
' amounts  to about  ;1G,000,000 pounds.
Cheapest of all OUs. -��� - Considering
ihe qualities ol' Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc
Oil il is the cheapest, ol" all preparations offered to Iho puhllc. It Is to be
round In every drug store Iaa Canada
from const to const and all rouailry
iimrehnnas keep il fotr sale. So, belaag
easily procurable ami ex!remedy mod-
erale in price, no one should be without   n   bottle of it,
You^will Teally enjoy using
Druggist
B_"i___,*8ip_s ffiftir
Advice
Ml.-- ltuth llurowil/., llroaax, N. V., wtrlU\fi' "ITftvliag been troubled
with indigestion caiiMcal by conHt.lpal lop for ��a*voa*al itumthH, any
dniKKlril nil vis..al me to try CAKThJU'ri MT'J'hK I.1V10JS P1J.US. Ho
naild  I liny [,,-,, j;(j����(1  for a hundred dllTaireait allanenLn,  IT people only
Uiiiiw ihe  value ol* them,    J can atafady Hay tlmf  since 1  am laltlnj;
ih"-ni,  jkihI  only  oin>  facli  night,  I   feel  like inyaeU  again  and   can
cal   naoHl  anything,"
Tliiwc   v. ho   Miiltaii'   fi-om   nick   headache,   Indtgcutlon,   billoiaim'-aafl
llri'd'Oiii    -Mid   Hchey   reeling,   when   dam   lo  copal IpitUiun,   will   Oiad
!-'���:!!>'!��� In   l.'il.lui,'   r MtTMlPM   fJTTt?!''!   I.IVWIt   PICCH.
���CAIlTliirrf 1.ITTT.H  '.IVI'lf. PlI.Dfl 1n red  piickiigeaa, 25c. and TB��,
'!'.)>    fliern   "1 iil,;h��     Ta) ttlorrow  i-cfr��v��l|H(|     All   draiKilaitK
Heads Ceolofjy Department
Dr. T. S, Uelairy, who has beam, oaa
the st 11 IT ol ihe Cailversify of Maaal
fioba, has been appointed lo the head
of the depart luelil, of >;."oloAy, which
has been cKiahlishiMl b,\ tha' Cnlvet-
sity ol! Siiskiitchewaaa. Dt\ Delairy haal
done u tfreul deal of InveHtlgalloiaiil
work hi i In.- minora! areas ol' Manitoba.. .. ,
Greenhouse, for Lethhrldfja
A a   a   cost   e.\ peeled   to   run   lt��   the
iielKhborlmml  ol'    $12,000    aalliaiaalely.
. said    has   ,|taal    been    broken    for    I lie
eivi'thni   of  roar    !artfe    iireeiihotaaos
' lu   l.cihbrldRV   by   ilae   Terrlll   Floral
��� Co.    The    company    In lends    adtltaaK
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��� ��� ������,11.1111, TJtiE   K^jvTui;vv5   .ukEsiON,   is.    u.  &lr  y.  -I^WT  WTARI0  IfilUU Dili  It3  ADING ORATOR  OF THE DOMINION  Toronto.-, A an id wienie's" ol tremendous enshaasiastn before a^ " ������*rovv<l- 'of  10,000* [peopla*, Frederick _liotson;'* Of  Ta\ i&tn'ek, Oaxl.," ObailinuaI ion School,  ���������Was declared .Dcninton champion  ora lor a*   the' Aa-ona   here  'Tho  jaadges   announced   iheir   doch������  ion   ;i^   1 allows:  1 - l~iederi6lv     Ilotson,      Tavistock..  ���������Onrv->.fl-ft ?.f'?.��������� \ ���������':?������������������': ��������� .'.? f??;"'";.-'?;* f |  '   2���������-.'���������-MisV.'    Siiaionc" y 'I'.*,j?i'h0ryi'"?:?:."'4-Sf:."|  Adolpho,   Man.   ^.L.. .,....���������   ;.ffv "Si \-;. "'?���������.}  Duty on Buggies and Cutters  Manufacturers Say Thai industry is  on the Wane  Ottawa.*���������The rate at which .h^w  methods of transportation have sup���������-  planted the old avas graphically illustrated before the Tariff Advisory  Board, -when a representative of Canadiaai companies manufacturing cutters and buggies appeared to oppose  an application for a .--eduction in the  duties on thefee vehicles.  In the year 1910 elt/ven large firm*  were manufacturing buggies and clatters, and ono was manufactured an  tiae Dominoin tlaat. year for every  ail tie ty.   persons. js-���������������������������.���������-,��������� ������������������.������������������  in V the ������������������'y.en'ir fl J> 26^A-*avo Arms were  manufacturing these vehicles and  there   fvvas     one'."-., manufactured     for  W B*_\  ft 8.W  JAEC  OV  _L_I^1^  s_ hllD in i-aiL  Victoria, B.C.���������The    last,    week    an  .September and   tlae     iirst     week    in  October have  been  staggered by tlae  British  Columbia Governanent. as tlae  _-._-_.-_r f c  pirate  3   -Missy Jean  Caarieroh,  J'nlhis   Pny.sni-,   Voting,     Sask.  ���������Walter D.  A.  O'Kejarn,   lEaii.fax  weio   the:Other  competitors,  eachyot  "whom  had"-��������� won: a   provincial feontest,  atid   represeaated   their   provinces    in  tonight's.   Dominion   fatasil. v   ,       ^       ?  Te subject of the, 'speeches was:'  "Canada's Diamoanf? Jubilee; Her  .Aehaeveanen.tS"' Sanco/Confederation.''  Tlae ^warcl* for Mr? Hcfson is a  free trip to TCurope this siimnier rind  the right to a*epreseiit Canada at the  international contest, in Washington.  D.C., this antilmn, meeting competitors from Ct real Britain, TVaaice,  United States, Japaai, Mexico and the  Hawaiian  islands.  The chairman was Tiight? lltm. Sir  William Mulock, Chief Justice- of  Ontario.-   and   the  judges  "were  ChieX I  Vanco-uver: f^v^y j/soo persons.  staid * These figures ..were submitted, to  N.S., ! \jie hoard fey E. '���������'Sweet/'' -Ka-antford,  Oait.., appearing for- the two concerns  manufacturing the: vehicles at thfe  tare'!1 ent time. He-said that the industry  had  been ������������������-referred   to   by   the  . Several Suspects  Winnipeg*.���������With.n, a few dajs "Win-  j napeg was to har, e been the scene  of a bank robbery/hut a police raid  | frustrated "elaborate plans alleged to  have been made byr a gang Of local  bandits,, ami live ineai ar*e now eliarg-  , ed with conspiracy to rob. Two other  'men are held as member-* of the  I gang, while sevea-al material witftess-  be.st lime Lor holding (he inter-pro- ��������� es are gaW to be In ,Ue police cells,  vineial conference planned by Hie j although inrormallon concerning tlaem  federal government for this year. S'has not bemi drvulered.        suggestion  was   advanced   bv j     The., arrest of  the   gang  follows a  sweeping    iuve&tigation    ot"      under-  r, ms suggest ion **\jss advanced by  lion. .T. O. MacLean, aciing pi*emii"M\  In reply ao a eonimunieauon from  lion. Fernan'd 11 in fret, Canadian Secretary of State, who is. making arrangements for the gathea-iaig of re-  pa*esentatives fa*o.m sill parts, of the  Dominion to/ disctass in tc-r-pro vineial  ���������relations.   ?;������������������? ������������������:.?-,'" ��������� .?���������.'���������*���������.������������������..  ���������'���������Mr.- Riiiiret has 'informed. ���������j>'. ?y1 ac-  Lean that the federal authorities will  prepare an agenda for the conference  applieantArforyatariiff adduction as a] on   the basis of suggestions Irohi  the  "dying "Industry.*',   The fish res would ] provinces  and   forward  seem to bear thiti- out and the nianu- [soon as  possible  factau'ea-s would   recjuost   that   if   the  industry yliad to die, it be allowed  to  die in peace.,' ,���������.  .  R. J. Beachman presented the application foi* decreased .duties oil behalf of the Consumers' "League of  Canada. He submitted that buggies  and cutters were the transportation  velaicles of the poorer classes and  that tariffs were high when compared with tariffs on automobiles and  it.    here,   as  JaisUce  I>atehl'oid, John   /D.     Falcon-1 motorcyeles.  Hey asked that  this  dif  world hangouts in,':the city, during  which scores of men known to the  police -were ttue&tioned. The robbery  ot the bank, according to the police.  had been planned for April 22. On  that date five men, armed with i*e-  ��������� vol vers, di*ove in. an automobile to* a  hraaieh bank in the west end oi" the  city. The 'presence of two .men: on  | bicycles, whom the Wndits took fox-  police officers, frustraiteal the "robbery, but plans for a new attempt had  been drawn up.  Fleet Will Watch Boundary  bridge, K.C.. deaaa of Osgoode Hall  law school, and Professor Keys of  tbe University of Toronto. Itight  Hon. Arthur Meighen bad consented  to .act as a jaadge but he was con-  fi.inad to. his bed wiah an .attack of  influenza and was anauble to Jitteaad.  The aneetiaig was held under.,., the  direction of Da*. Jamais .. L. Hughes,  director for Canada of the'Canadian  anal international oratorical contests.  The judges   haudetl     in    individual  ferenee be 3*emored.  A. E. Darby, Canadian Council o/  Agriculture; supported the applicje  tion.."'^-  Assimilating New Canadians  Strawberry Yield Lighter  Increase       in       B.O.      Acreage      But  Decrease ih Ontario  'Ottawa.���������-riie':' ebnam'ercial    bearing?  acreage of sta-awberries    iu   ?0,ntiii*io  for  1027   is  placed   at   1,5^0  aca*es  by  the  Doiaaiuion    Fruit    Branch,    prae- j  tically  the   same  as  last  year."'The I   . ,. ���������������������������-,��������� ~r .. . .      ������������������������������������.���������.,..       ^    ,   .  . ��������� ...... ' i along-the-Ma names- m  aai effort to  pnucipal commercial Uistricts are as*.       ���������������.-'"���������'���������'    ������- '���������  a. ������������������     L      ,     ,.-���������   - _..��������� '      i.-���������   i combat sanugglmg.  follows:   Burlington,   ������00  acres-   Nia-     .;m    . '-.- , ., ������������������*,,:-    ���������,     ., -       jv,  oaa    tvt ,'���������.���������"   (ft���������     r   - ,        -_.i       Those vessels will be supplemented  gara,  300;  Norfolk, 400;  _a*V_n   mv^ -g| fttiiryn   v,r*  UT _lKAUUNIiLIb_  PL I ULr ������J_i__l������tl-|  ' Ottawa.���������-"'it is the duty of a coun^  try which compels its manhood to  serve in the hour of need, to provide  some system of training, so that they  may not be called upon, to do some-?  thing they know nothing abGUt," de4  clared Major-General J". H. BlaeBrien]  reafriag Chiet-of-Staff, in his farewell  message to Aslibury College cadet  corps, at the annual inspection herel  His address was a defence of the  cadet system in Canada, reeenaly  saibjecied to attack.  The law of Canada    requires    (hut  ���������������!! ������-_-������.������-��������� l_f-_-- lv_^ -J- -������t*t^ J^tr. H*������ j-v *-, n>r\n *~.tf!    y 1 <>  **_���������.*     ������uu*cc0      ���������_*���������;���������_ >** *������J*cjjl      U4v     ���������niaTria     -\jk       i->���������������  and AT* or'60 should serve in time off  war, Genea-al MacBrien said, al-;L  though thiswas not generally knovriaf.  It therefore' was the duty of Govei-ii-  uient to provide a system for training anen to be prepared. The cadet  system   was  at beginning for  prepaip-  I edness/  I Cadet training developed the 'spirit,  of eo-oneration which served all weXl  in every course of life. \  Ottawa   Orders   Wigh   Sr^edSBoats,/to j  Patrol East Coast  Ottawa.���������A     licet     of    more     than  .twenty' vessels^ with a speed in some  casc>s .'of   about   3<) .knots,   has. .been  commissioned to patrol the coast line  Western   Canada   Provides   Adequate  Means for University Education  Toronto.���������That western Canada has  already   solved   its     great     <?,ducalion  jii-tgnaents in which .they marked thej problem in providing adequate means  .five con testant^ in the oral er of merit ' for the assimilaaioti    of    New    Cauia-  ;is each judged best. The marks were j dians,' was"the   feeling  expressed "by  "Jyf���������t:otaliea,,aiid the winner declared. The jfRev. Father MeW.iggaav,  viear-general  >v.rjudges,  who   were  not   sitting iogolh-'.  "?y?.er, dul not confer.     -       ,  }     Dr?:;3ani:os; I-:'- Hughes beforey Chief  ^Justice    X-atehfordyy fmade    -bt^ y ���������siiir;  ? liounce.ment  of "tlie." a-esult   foii*  wdiich  Sff' the- crovrd  was  waiting-ywithfybreath-  "3 less  suspense,  pointed?'but?that  etaph  -.of the -five'contestants  was   1(5  years   Chris-itian   brothers  * f? of   Sge   and   therefore .would,  still   be       "Kducation as   the "one    thing f:vt he.  able to compete in   Uie Dominion and   young   westerner   yearns   for     nios  internal ioiaal   asm toyacai    contests   foa-��������� an id   Dr.   McAViggan.     "Education   iai  ???  another two  years. J Alberta  has  been   brought  to  a   high  ' -',      "If they do/the T.dral help the rest | plane?, and we. are, working in  the'ut-  oi: the Roman Catholic diocese of  Edmonton, here. Dr. M������:\Viggan is  rn Toronto as oriicial representative  of ? ^ach bishop "0*l?ieaa*.j'^ f .-of that  (liocese, for the ?75th anniversary  ceiebi'atidns of de La. Salle CoUege  -arid   thef iiiceptiou   of   work   by? the  London and'  Sarnia, "150; Pi'iaiee Edwai*d County,,  780;  other districts, 40.  Last jear���������the commercial production sn these districts was placed sit  3,992/500 quarts. Bearing conditions  of the plantations in the Claa*kson  and Norfolk districts ibis year range  from 10. to 25 per cent, less than last  yeai*. This condition is ata-ibuted  to the s'nialL runner growth produced  last season.  ; Last year British Columbia ehum-  eti ���������1,225.-acresi; with a total yield Of  3,9-20.000' quarts, while this ya>ar the  bearing acreage is placed at, 2,042  acres, which, based on normal pa-o-  ducti'on/ should produce '-6,126,000  qaaarts: ��������� ?���������-      ������������������������������������, ��������� "��������� -r. ��������� ���������  by 20" or 25 high-powered automobiles  operating frorii strategic pdint-s  Where' roads meet in ��������� Nova : Scotia,  New 'Brunswick and Prince Edward  Island.  Official aunoiincenient to this effect  has been .made by the Department of  National.'Revenue.      .. ���������;. .  of the world," ho said.  Insane Drivers   ;  Peculiar State of Affairs Reported i  From Detroit  ���������-���������T-oronto.'-w-According to - a spec 1 til  despaich to The Toronto Globe from  Detroit, aai investigation, held  by iho-safety trafllc deptia-tiaiont: of  the Deta-oit Autoinobalo CI tab disclosed  the fact   that oaae third of the inmates  St.  .To'seph's  aiato'-iiaobilo  Nevv  Diepot for Edmonton  Winnipeg, :'-^-    Announcement was  made   by "\V".   A    Klhgsland,   gbneral  manager-    of    the    western     region,  ^Canadian National -Railways, that the  contract for building the new  station  at  Edmonton,   has   been   awarded   to  the   Permanent     Construction    tV*"  It is no longer neces- j.l������an.r.   Edmonton.   Work   on.   the   new  east, i structure   wall   commence   immediate-  Fewer*-Jobless in Britatn  Londoai.���������:For   the   first   time .,���������"*.inco  the", general...   strike '  whiclr    occurred  earlj   in May, 1.926, the unemployment  figUTe.s    for   Great   Britain   sire    liotv  below tlie'million mark, being 998,000,  or 25,000 fewer than a year ago. The  improvement -iat eanploj,ment is most  noticeable  iai the iron,   steel and  engineering  industries.  .There, is ; st111  depression ih the: coal-fields, however,  axnd  fouc, mines  iiir South   Wales  are.  closed temporarily*.      f    ;  anost liarinonj*  sary  for western  youth  to come  ter  pa-ofesHional  a caching.    The   Cni-  versity of Alberta now provides cona-  -plete- sa,nd able faculties in arts, anedi-  clne. dentistry, agriculture and educai-  lion.  Ramsay   MacDonald   Ends Visit  Nqw York.���������J. Ttamsay  MaieDonahl.  former     PrUne     Ministei*    of     Clreat  Britain,    sailed     for,   home    on    the  j     Crossed  Niagara Corge  ir>  Basket     I Guiuird   Liner   Berengarla     Mavy     17.  |     Nhigara   Palls,    N.Y.���������Mrs.    Elvira | emlin^   ,,u  aecotid visit   lo   America,  |.llulett  dates, the.  first  woman  to* bo : m,ul"  lo wt'urn    wUl1    1,ls    ^^"ghfer  {l | Isabel to-Hio scones   of   his    laoney-  mooai visit 30 year:- ago.  'oufinod   foa-  Insanity  at  hold  Kelreaf.   Dearhona.,  driver's  llconses.  In a. eomataaaaite.ni'ion froan alio noar-  horn chief of policctto 1he Aul.oanoblle  > club, ilu> olltcial Htiys that one iii-  naate of tho iiM'yliLuu conHtautly drives  his n.iifoiuobile ������t. a speed iu 'oxceflB  of 'IS mill's an hour, believing that al  this speed bis motor runs upon the  power of a foreign spirit. Similar in*  HitiaacoK wea-e died ������.s exlsiiiag men-  tii'OH to pnblh' .safoty when many of.  alio InmnlaiH ol' Ihe laasi llutbm Ava>re  periodically 'returned  to "private'life,  A ^tiile wide lrj.vtvHflgall������a*a ao do-  ;(Mmine-. the oxtnut of ihis wlniiiliun  iia similar inid I unions has hoam  op.-iao������l hy M, ,('/Brhilol, of ille tralllc  ���������lepart.uii'iii.  carried aci*oss the Nlagaa-si Gorge iaa.  basket that hung from a cable  str������|.i.*hed ' he'twC'On the Canadian and  American' shores In early village  days, Is'dead aged 85. The primitive  ''method, of "travel before ihe bridges  were constructed was ain invention of  Ma*s.  Ctites'   fnther.  Close Montreal Dairies  Montreal.---In an effort; lo stop the  spread of typhoid fever, in Moaitroal,  will cli Iatis heen prevalen t h ore re-  cently/fiwo iiiltk siapidy co'ncerais, in  '^loaitroiil. \voro ordered closed by. I'Jr. i  A. Lo.ssard, director ? of prov I lie Jail  buroan of hoalfli, laero. Tho aid Ion  .wan taken under the Qtli-ber Public  i'lenllla Af������.  Trade Increase During April  Ottsiwav���������Canada's ta*ade continues  to grow. -Increase'-in'-'April exports  was greater than -in Imports, when  comparison is made with Apa-il of last  year. Total trade increase wsis.$2-r  000,000.   divided: ;  Exports,   increase.-   ?.17,000.000.  Imports,  increase.  $7,000,000.  U.S. Envoy Coming  Washington.���������-Hon.    William    ��������� Phillips,   newly    appointed   /minister    10  anes Will Spray  Rust-Inf @cf-sd Fields  - f*-f-'��������������������������� "TlLZ^-^'T-^v "���������""''  Experiments ������������������ivWithi    Sulphur    to     be  ������������������'-��������� -���������?��������� ���������'���������=i?> ---Started- in -July- f'?'-.:^^'-- -���������'  "Ottawa,' Out.���������The    deparlhieht    of  "a'larriculture   has   completed   purchase  of 'a  large .:amount'"of sulphur to  he.  used  in   Spraying  rust-infected'graft!.  fields  in   the Red/River  Valley/.  The spraying is to he done by aea*o-  planes oC.--i.be    Royal    Canadian    Air  Force  and the work    will    be    commenced   early, in  July, "according   to  Dr. J. II. Grisdale, deputy minister of  agriculture,  who ?discussetl tlte/fprospects  <>f flie experiment. The -use of  [sulphur,   he  said,    had    been     fouml  I beneficial in the United*.  States,    al-  ! a hough the.. spray ing avas a very dangerous  "operation   on   account ' of   the  necessity for low flying.  If the. experiments prove a success  \ the department will carry out a larg-  I er proga-aaixme next yeaiv he said.  Given Speei| Trials  British Cruiser _Jet-*wick Develops  Over 80,000 Horse Power  London.���������:Tlae "British eruiser Berwick, laid down in September, |923,  and the first of her class to be completed, was given her higli speeal  triads Tuesday. For eight hours she  was driven under full power. Tbe  propelling anaehinei-y developed over  SO,000 horse power and tlao cruiser  maintained a speed of between [12 and  35 knots.? ..,'..������������������. v, ��������������������������� "  '���������'���������  Four other vessels of tho same typaa  were   provided  for aanaler the   102:*-2'1  Canada,   will   go   t<i   Ottawa   the  lust [ estimate���������the   Cornwall.   Cumberland,  of this mouth to present: his,letters of | Kent aaad   SufCol]?.   The   whips   are of  credence,  Coolidge.  he      Jnformed   \ Presidont I  Isbuo Liquor  Permits  To'i-ohlo.-- LssuerH of pan'inMs  piii'fluiisia Ihpior nt Onittrlo aioveraa-  niont kI ores--when limy are opened---  HiippUa,) 1,T.r.r������ jaernoiui fat Torotilo  vv 11 It the wllp.s ilie.flVHl", day oia which  they wore available. Woven ofllcoB  urr*- ohMi iha*oV|'���������luntf <Ikv city  ���������wiih aaothliiK In tho nature of  to  obtain  ihe  por nil is.  GueatB, of. French President'  London,���������King tJeorgo   and    Queen  i Mary  were guoHtst of honor ut a bau-  () J quel,    ol!    President,    Oouaaaergue,    of  i  Them  a  rat Kit  Paris ������rocerB who lire maUIng too  much money on limit.- wuroH araa bc-  liif^ peiiali/.t'd liy pollire, who lortdu  them, ahe, rigid to allow their inor  eliaudhaa  on  tlio  HldevvnllCH.  tmmmsmm%m*jmmmwmm'mwms^^  VV.     N,    U.     IUK2  Framce, who Ih oai a viHlf to lla-ltailn,  Tho French embassy, "where tho lum-  qaaei. wtiH given, watH lavlshlv droa.)rated. Ono luuidreil kuohIh wore pi'i'Honl.  InclmiinR amhaHwadors with their  wIvch ami nunieroiiH luember,  ciei.v.  tho 1.0,000 tons standard displacemeiat  established by the Waphington naval  treaty.  Will  Attend   Celebration  TClugsloia,     Ont..���������Sir     Ifiigh     .lobaa  Mac-DoualU, Winnipeg, ������on of Sir .Tohaa  A.   i\rael")otiald,   lli-sf Promioi'  of  Canada,  baas tentatively   accepted  thar- invitation  of the   City  of Kinystoaa^ his  hij-ihplaee,   to   attend     the     dltunoml  j Jubilee   cidtdaraiion   here.     Sir   lltafi.li  I John inlimnti'H  that  his health is not  j good just now but  he Is hoping it will  ] ho so ImproviHl  that  on .Inly I ho enn  attend   the  celebratloaa  arid  greet  the  ninny old friends he has laea-o,  (���������������, "viWfT!*?������fei3|5^^  British Legion Settlers,Arrive.  Ol'    HO-  <-)ne of the Uncut. Nlaiglo pnrtloH to atwell Citiuullan potnalation thia yeai\  nrrlved In Canada recently at Quebec aboard the Canadian Vaclllc summer  *Mont:i*oiu', The party-of llvo fnmlHes aanmberlng 1 ������>0 persona* in nil ciuiae to  Uauadu'under tha* an^Jccs of iho Itilt l;,.i l^mplra' Sea-vice Leaj-ui', belnp: t'he  Hi'st to hn sent to t!janitila thi'ouRJi ihis immigration scheme.  The  men are sill  nv-servlce velea'iiaaH and  aa*e highly doalnible  typejg of  sea flea- on account  <>'' the fact thait aall have hoeaa li'idned tn farm wank sit  |ihi������ MlnlHla-y of Taibor'^ Training Furan tit. llrnndon, h3urt'olI-;,,l<:nKlftnd.    Thoy  ! 12  inonihK    wMilnif    Mui-eh, . aniporlH I '>^v *'  '������o������'h  In.-UriieuH!  In vhMoiih bnanche^ of jigrleuHnr.t  io  muibln them 1o j Poultry Congrom. to bP held  In Oftrr  hem. j ���������������t,   -r������-r<������n   Jul*   v.T   xa   AUKUrit   L   Th������-:.<  Ol  Buya   More  awa.- -Canaitlu  From   U,S,  ia   buying  nioro  frona   tlio   Cnlled   Suites.   During   alio  pKford. Students  Protest  Oxford4,    Kaagland. ��������� Hundreds    or  Oxford atnalea-Rraduates' Nvero llaae^ ai|i  I'or their turn.s at a trip In an aeroplane, at,   Uao    aviation    field,    when  pj'Ocksrf*. ftppenrod-tirtd ordered a horn  off the Held. The atuilents proton!imI  ut bolus forbidden to Hy and tbe  nroetorrf look many nnmoR, If Ih reported that nanny I'llftRiiifaod .tliem-  Holven aa worUmnn and made ill^biH  later in the day,  HI anes la Scrutiny Dclcfjation  Olliiw...���������The  United   State������ o<  Soviet XtuaJiita,  In  other woa-drj  the  "Soviet Xtopubllc, in Hoaullng a duU'imiion  i of Home thirty pea-ROnfi to the World'n  hrom   ihq   I'nhe.L Statea,   were ������������ft������.. ;anoe.  condltion.s in HiIh cou.ury aa they lind  onntMin i_������alnB!     tlllOWIOOOO    In    Iho I 'J"'������> "1>1>V" l>������otonrniah w������h UiUeu at the C.P.K. ^iiitlo.i  In WtuuIpeK ..aaid  ti t       ^     ^^!^iJ   "M- !-"������^h  a number  ot i������Ih  puny wahlnij  for  rl.o  n-aln   lliat  will <*rry them  ino'.oVo'."., "decline of ,.|������'|,l mllllooH.  ' |raril.or went to iheir new homcH In Sii������ka������ch<nvttn.  vru, froan .July 27  will include tlao oflleliU ihdcgaloH ami  f.ome live or n\x repvoponiatlven from  tiae country  at largaQ, ���������B_H  nn  B  THE    REVIEW.    OTF-STOST,    B.    C.  ****.-r .  ���������xi nr\7LT  *r.c.r-_-*-if*n   i-n  ���������   _���������* ���������   ai  __* irvy������irrY*_'_^_i-r������*_r*B  I  veteran missionary Dead  N.  &.AM VAjW  same as years ago.  ! Late   Father Cochfn' Was  Prisoner  ot  Indians in Rebellion of 1885  j     Rev.  "EY.'Louis   Cochin,   O.M.I., vot-  j eran  missionary' anion'-  the  Cvoo  In-  j dJans.  one-tiane  prisoner in   the camp  ! of JJoundmal<er duriuij the upilsing of  ISsr..   died  the ;tgo  of  -Iii*  114  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good,  ��������� ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������.��������� ���������������������������.���������ii  i   in���������,  .1   iii  m, .������������������ ,���������i������������������������������������������������������������,������������������Owl������������������-..��������� .i ...i ��������� w ���������I*   ������������������������������������   fi  -_��������� hi������i>--^i ������������������������������������������������������i-.,w_,.-> ������������������������������--'*    "'"'"J  Tlie Spirit of  Jubilee  at   Battlefor<l   recently   ai  7 5.    One  oi   Hit* ouiaiaiad-  *n*uie\enaeaits   of   has   career   was  ibis  work  in   connection   with   the'sair-  . i*eiidci-   of    Poundniiilver.    iho    Indian  chia'l, anal "heave   paa*le\.s*    which     I'ol  lowed.  Fa. Cochin join pel ih.. Oblate Ordca  ot pi-ients wl'.en a \otang man In  France, and follow ine his ordlaiatioai  to tho priesthood, came to the  aaorthvvest. '-taking.."' up aniBsionary  Work among the Indians inainedtafe  ly   oai   his   arrival.  v**i. ���������������  kStkN,  >-?.-\i&���������*'M  irg ��������� _i_H_irj  l^-j������niwtg-iia  A������-'/  "'Well, there goes t-waenty-sevct* holts thi* afternoon.  "Want to stop���������are your feet wet?"  '* 1 should say not!    Do YOURS ever get vet when  .*. you've polished them with ^  ..There's.a ,rNugget" shad* for every shoe mads  3i  'k ^ It is now clearly im.nitVsi I haa.. tin- celebration ot CanadaC^ Diamond  ������ Jubilee will be general tbi'orighoin Ibe Dominion, and that, the cereaiionlos  ������a:aarkingf this; historic occasion, will be coloa-i'ul. enter Uutiing and his true live  :::a* befttsihe sLxl.terh anniversary of a nutidaa'^'hlrih. ''J'he coin 'rttn's 'of ever}'  | daily and weekly a.aapei*. Rowever siiinll tlae latter may he, tell the sanae  ?! story off the ?holdLr.i.g of public "meetings and* the appointment of eoniruif'ees  ������of vepreseni-iitive citizens to plan a fitt.ing celebration ou July 'I si anal the  f succeeding rwo '.'days. It iri quite evident that it will be a.-.yery-unp.rogtvssiv|  ? laud poor-spirited community which fails-. i.y. cotnuiemofate the" haaugnra;  ? tion of the Dominion.  | 'The  very   general   interest   being   displayed "is   a   gratifying .evidence   ot  a.the pride wlajeh Canat'lians have come ro have in. their country, it is- an  f evidence of a'real national-spirit. Kaiunll^ygtyatifylng isfthe way in. which local  f: eommunitii^ throughout the Dominion have accepted ahe lead of the Na-  irional C'lMrtrni-tt^e .������m-' ;,t"e planning to make D.ominion Day celebraUiotas truly  yycotvunenioa-ative of CoufVdera t'.ion. rather than" "ynie'Vely days of sporting  It- vents. Generally speaking, the cere monies oai July 1st will be patriotic  ;laiid historical in character, while on July 2nd-���������also a national holiday in  ytiairi Jubilee year -sports aaad otiier programmes will he carried ������tat.  I Time,   energy   and   money   spent    in   organizing   truly   worth-while   com-  ��������� raieajjoraiiye ceremonies-, will be well expended only if the true, underlying  y spirit of the Jubilee is never lost, sight of. Imi. on the. contrary, as strouglv  ? emphasized- tt is urgT-.fi thai evea-y eeIebratio.it on July 1st should have "a  "clear, strong, dominant note of patriotism, directing ahe hearts and minds  ;; of all to Canada." Particalaa-Iy is it desired., that in all Dominion "Day' cere-<  - monies the. most prominent place he given to the' children of  Canada.  The   ?r������bali*e   cerealaouies  should   very   properly   recall   the .'.condition   ot  v Canada prior to   tStt-7, the lack of unity then  existing, the  suspicions  enter-  ^ tamed,  the  doubrs   aaid  fears   for   the  future   which  pvevaileu.   H   should   be  S j-euae-nbea-ed  that   Confederal ion   was  devised   a o overcome  those  conditions?  ,10, lindca-soUiaiou for the existing problem^ and difficulties. Yve s'llol>1^ ,.*?������������������ ���������.*?  people revive in* our  memories  the patriotism,  the vision,   the  self-sacrifice  of the Fathers of Confederation who forgot all differences of party, of racial  descent, of creed, in order to render service ao Canada ami the Empire.- The  spirit  of the Fathers should be"the spirit of ibis Diamond Jubilee. ;  Confederation brought  miaou  and strength out of disunion and weakness,  it" has replaced doubts and fears with confidence; discouragement has giveii  place to courage and a justifiable pride.    The.achievements .of. the Canadian  iieople in the succeeding sixty years are without a parallel in the history of  the  world.    They   have   spanned and re-spanned  a continent with   bands  ot j  ,<irel:   they have created  a    strong    and    united    nation     out     of    isolated1  eo'lonies;   they   have placed  their  flag on  the  seven  seas, and   carried theii*  commerce tt> Mae lattermost  parts of the globe;   even in.the  fiery  ordeal oi"  the world's greatest   war they toolt second place to no other people, but by  Moiiie Not Complete  '      Without Nerviline  U'lieia your stomach  is baaily iipsel,  : w hen yon are belching gas and suffering   frona nausea,   the  quickest  relief  will. acome. fa-oaii 20 drops of Nerviline.  Ta.ke  it   In   sweetened  waff!'  and  ���������: get   {in'   iimue.iiiaie     result.     NerVuauis  has been Used for nearly  half a e'en-  i tury and in considered a necessity iai  i most houses, bo.eaaase of its ust^fulness  \ in preventing many    sanall    ills    that  icotisraully  arise.   Sola  everywhere   in  C  ann.rlaan   &���������������!-  m  Paf'o  VH������uiuhu  * ������i i. ��������� sla   a   ������a* So  ���������',,���������.      ,,.'.-       ...   v. '���������'..;...,....  Exhibiaion      of     Canadian      Palmirn*  Praised- by   French   Critics  '���������[    From   Charles^Biyv/ar!,    the ' Paris  irMirrerspoii'dejU.?* of,    tlie    New     York  World, coiues this conament on the  most recoilt collection of ' Canada's  fart in   Paris.  J fe ?Sfi:>*'*''?t A,.'S'AAA. '  "The exhibition of Canadian paiiit-  ings seat oyvv to Paal-5 under tlis  ^auspices   of   the   Fine   Arts   Coatiauis-  .     Hemp for Fibre /?���������; "���������'.������������������ f|  Tesils completed recently dem'bn.l  strate that, hemp for fibre can ho  ga*owaa. very successfully in many par'if  of Canada. ���������''���������$*  l.;  Northern Grown Seed  : "Striking Success is Obtained  Canadian Alfalfa Seed  The superior quality of northern  I seed is nowhere more strikingly  i shown ilaan in the. succeas obtained  j with Canadian alfalfa seed. For a  ] long aime it was dilFicult to grow  j alfalia successfully in many parts or  I Canada, but the development of an  j ample supply of. hardy strains of seed  J has. to a cei-tain extent, solved the  j problem of _ winter-killing and the  j Dominion "s alfalfa c rop increased  j from 2SS,000 acres in 1920 to S3S.000  I acres iu  192<J.  vota.  *i,-������  %i<?ns ol   Canadaycame,Jnfo*the?dlailgy  galleries of tlie Tulleries annex ot  ^he lAixemlntrg f^INlaiWettaai ? like: fat  .fresh breeze of wind from the open  spates of the great Northwest. And  it is thus that the^e fworks of ; art  .have.,been acclaimed by the .Freiieh  clitics. There is hiaach excelleiiee iaa  Individual efforts iitnl tlie' show as a  whole   as   of   a   high, order   of meiit.  With  Sodium Sulphite  in  the admiration of all men and  I Large Deposits Have Been l_oca_ed  ;yy; X-t'jy if'yy ^W.estaftrnfGattSiday./  j Iu Canada sodium sulph;*te. iu ihe  I form of salt cake, finds its largest use  in the pulp and paper industry, and  I is also employed in the-metallurgical,  UglaSs,- dye, textile and other indus-  j ta*ies. Kighty-three : occurreaices oi'  I natural   deposits   of  Sodium   sulphate  they Can Be Taken By  Old And Young Alikf  Saskatchewan     Lady     is     Very  ys ffEnthu^astic^liput -Dodd's    '.������  -  Kidney Pills ���������   |  Mrs. E.  M. Tatton  Gave Them to Her  Little     Boy,    Who     Was     Suffering]  f From   Urinary Trouble. '��������� SE'i  ^ra?^ron? ?f?askr   <Specia1> ���������- "'Kvei^  ysincey my little.boy was born lie ha$T-  suffered with   irivbluntai-y.  tinniaLtion,'*  tvrites !W!rs.?BHM. ,?Tatthn,f? a    welisf  known resident    pf    this    place.      yX-,  'thought' he  Would   grow   out  of   thf^g  but   h������?���������<lid.,not   do   so..   At   tianes   t!  thought it fwia&fpufe ia^iiiesfeatid|nsed|  to spanlc him. until I discovered it wast  not the child's fault, but kidney weakj  aaeafs. I;StrMd??DGd.rs: "Kidney. Pills ywit if  great,  success, and  he is-fnever 'firoiir  rSpicuous   hy   theia*   brilliancy,   as   are j'bled' "now? "My husband ihd fuse theiw?  the  vividly   colored   saiew^  Clarence A.  Gagnoai;     "The magic of = In the hack.*''      A. _?   f   ,    ,?  .,      ~   ^ .   . ..     ,.     ,     ,.   .      ���������   ��������� . Dodd's Kidney Pills have-become a  ! the, feminine  toran;idivme,y,say^, one i^^jj^^  | of  fhe   critics,   'spiritualized   through j trl<!d them and. found them good. They  j the eye? oi* the arliat does not '"seem j help Kheumatiam? Taimbago^ piahetes,  to appeal    to    the    auMerity    of    the; ^a me Back?; Heart *Disease:?sEnd,?Crin-  Cahadlan painter." i *% Xxnf^< *������?*"** a" ������C theSC S"'&  ' eat her  kidney  diseases  ~~   ��������� bv   the  Kidneys  lailiaag  DuiMng   the   more   turbulent! storms , woris-_  at   sea.  waves   reach   heights  ranging  '��������� .  from 20 lo i>0 feet.    Tho highest wave j      Pleasure a  man     by    his/   everyday  of whieh  there  is  any reliable  report > conduct   rather   than   by   his'eMra.or-.  was  S0~feet, in 1!)22. '-   - ,  j dinary   exertioaas.'  ;h   order  The greater proportioai of the 200 i  ieaatvasftesy exlubited yconsists?f>f deco- j  rative landscapes, among which "A:  March Afternoon" and three other;:  paintingsy-hy   ^lauricef X'ulleai  are  eon- !  or are  caused  io - do     their  ibeir self-siici-ifiir. ami aaaaremiiting labor won uie .uum-iUK-iiMi. -���������-������������������_ y������-������  ��������������������������� : have, been located in Western Canada,  won. for Canada a   place of equality with the world's greatest and proudest ; prijK.,1Maiy  in  Saskatchewan,   and   an  mil ions. ,^ - - : irivef-.tigation   of"   21   of  these   by   the  But   Con fed era 1 ioa 1   made   more   than  all   this possible.     II   has   resulted ; jj^^^jon DeP1,a*fnient of Mines-shows  ���������evealiiig the people of Caaiada to themselves. In working together lu alio ; lUf, }7re^nco ot- ovor   115,000.000 tons  in r  stilulion of great   national problems, in carrying through gigantic enterprises ;  io success, and in devoting Iheir energies to the development of sonae of the j  grcatofu   uatua-al   re .sources  possessed hy any laml, they  have  learned each !  others good  fjualiales.    Tliey  have given to Ihe world  a  great   object lessor.  of how two races, differing in language and iaa religion, caaa exorcise tolerance  and foi-bearaiace.'and, appreciatitig the contribution which .each has lo make  for ahe common good, unite to lay the foundations" of a united state.  progressive,  |>ro.spoi*oiis and happy.  Recti.Ung the ilifllctillies nnd aclilovHanenhs of the past, gloryiatg in the  Ptv.scnt, theTeiil eelebrafion of the Jubilee will ha- found in a re-aaTiraiaallve  of loyalty and a re-dndieaiirm o? service to Camilla on the part of Individual  ol loyalty and a re-deilication of sea-vce to Canada on tlae part or individual  a'iinaciiati ciiizeiis. This is iho true, aandorlying s.olria of-t:nnada's JlijaniomJ  Jubilee,  of hydrous  salts,  .mainly sodium sulphate, "v  "Northern   B.C.  Minerals  A   force of engaiaeers of Ihe Ration  nl   Lead   Company   of  Xew  invade   Xorihern      Urhish  a his   aiiouih   10   iiave.n.agatc  other   mineral     properties,  ii't.iurts   are   i'avor������ihle     iii'1  will   lilsely     become  engag''      in      miniri-*  Vorlc will 1 tin.  Colunahiai  lead   aaad  If     tlK.'ir  1'O'npsiaiy  'interesiaial     and  ���������"������������������The -   P-orilaml  llrit Isli  iOinplre  coast   -otic In Caaiada.    Piva  Canal and Alive Ann will be visited  firsl. al'ler which the pariv will '"<-���������  an Terrace iiml 01 her points along vhe  Pi-hiee lltipi'ii line of the Canadiian  "National  Hail ways.  White  States  in   Empire       '.'  There aire six  ga*oat  white  states of  on ihe I'act lie  iai .Vus  tralla. These Umpire I'afifie stales  iin- larger and more populous Hian  ihe lour I'aelllc slates of the I'liited  Slala^s, Canada, alone is-nearly as  large as .all I'harope. Il Is larger ilia 11  Ibe 1,'nl led Sanies with all its possessions.  1'ion'l   get     too  wluii   li!ii������|mni'il   lo  fresh.     I'eineniher  Mrs.   I,an.  Druggist  lJ5c& w *S  STLClr  Advice  ���������\ *i^   ip**?'-^  Ml.-- Hiitli"7Ioj*nwtlB. nrotiT, N. Y.. wrltofl: "Having been troubled  with indigestion euti.<ed hy coiiHtlpaflo|i for aevoral aaaotniis, any  ilniKKlHl jidvlwed me to try CAUTK'ir.S LITTUK IJVKU PllXK. lie  -nihl Ihey aire good for n huntherj dlfferinat allium)Ui. If peopln only  idinw the vnhie of theoi. I cam nnfely mxy that ������ilnc<������ 1 ana takliiK  (hern, and only one each flight, I feci like niynelf again and cmn  e.������l   iiienl   aii.a ihlng."  Tlioio whu HtilTer from mh-lc headache. hidlfreMlion, ldMoia������ii<'mi  tired out   (in������l   iiclta\v   f^'cllni;.   wlmu   due   !o  constipalIon,   will   alaid  i.-n-r in luktur cuirwrt i.rrrr-K uvmi nir.i.x,  CAP/I Hit's  I ITTI.K MVKJt IMU.K In red pianluigoia, lir.c, nnd TBo,  Trt.   (liean   loal.'.ht     Tonaorrovv   rnfrtMihed     All   drugrl-tln.  Ivtiller's W<pi'm Powders not only  make the infantile system uaitenable  for worms, but by their action on the  stomach, liver and bowels they correct such troubles as lack of appetite,  biitoiiJ-nesH and other internal disorders lhat the worms -erente. Children  thrive upon them and no pi.ittea* what  condition their worni-iiifested_ stomachs may he in, tliey will show im.-  provemeaat as soon as the treatment  hegim*.  * Lobster  Canneries  There are about  500 lobster canneries  in  Canada employing nearly 7.000  people.    The normal catch of lobsters  'amounts to about :t:f>.0Q<),0Ot> pound*.  Cheapest  of  all  Oils. -��������� Considering j  ihe nii'ililics of  Dr. -Thomas' Kclectric j  Oil   It  Is   the cheapest of all  preparations offered  to the public,  H   Ih io be  1 found In  every  drug store  Iaa  Canada  from   coast   to   coast   aaad   all   roamti*y |  .merchants Uccp it  loir sale.    So, being!  I easily pnn'tn-aihle an(| oxtra/aiaoly mod  erale In price, no'one .should be with  naat   a   hotth*1 of ft.  Heads Geology   Department  I>r. T. S,  Uel.iiry, wlio has been on !  the   stuff   ol   .Ihe 'nnlversHy   of   Matii  ���������Joha,  has  boa.'ii nppolnlcd  lo  the head  'of   the   ilep.-iriment. of   geology,   which  \ has   been  established   by   the   University of Saskiilehovvan. 1>i\ Delatrj  had  ; done  a   great   den I  of  investlgalloiaal  work   In   Ilia-   mineral   ureas   of   Manitoba. .  Greenhouses for Lethbrldfle  At   a   eo;i.i    e������(pea'ted   to   run   lo   <he  neighborhood   of    SpCSJHJO     ultlauiiliMy.  soil   has   .iaasi    been    iaiaiken    for   the  oivt'ilon   of  rotn     large    greenhou������ieM  ' In   Ijahbrhlga-   by   the   Ten-Ill   Floral  ���������Co.    The    co in puny    ItHeuds    adding  from   I line   lo   I hilar   ais   hUHlnesM   war-  ; ran I a.  iVli������i.od'#  Liniu������i_i11  foa'   viar.cru.i.  Ifouwill really enjoy u$irig  Ow'CJ.'0''","'''''v''''''  IT'S not like the old painting job that  bad to be carefully guarded for days  before it was dry.  With DUCO" there a/e no long waits before you can get your home back in shape  after painting. The amazing cjuickness  with which DUCO dries makes it indispensable for brightening lip the home, and  like the DUCO finish oh fine automobiles  and furniture it ;wears and wears and  wears.  Good dealers everywhere can supply  DUCO in a wide rnngz of' colors, "Clear  DUCO and four beautiful Stains.  There is only ONE Duco���������DUPONT Drico  Distributors /ar Manitoba, Sa.ktifolxtwait andt Albertaa  The J. H. ASHDOWN HARDWARE CO.^LIMITBO  Wlianltfw-e Calgary 8a������VAtoon Ktlmonton  Made ia Canada solely by  FLINT FAINT &l VARNISH LIMITED  Malil_~ Mimirrnl _ ,>i.,mi.������        .linilinry ������V(in>'i>^u \'������i������t,i,ii'rr  VV1B  VV  IM.     I1  m>k:j  mm* THE  REVIEW,"  RESTON,    B.    O.  _-'���������_rf*H f  .=- _s-    J  1/  AN? 'ARIA RAY"-K  \MJk\ B. *&A*&Sf     UJr\S i  ____r  LEADING ORATOR  OF THE MttNION  Toronto.'���������-Amid scenes"of Jreanend-  ous enah������isiasm-before, u '" eroiyd"oa  10,000 [ peopji*, dvrddea iclc JIotsoaiT ,.of  Tavistock, Oait., Continuation School,  was declared' ^Dominion edaaanpion  oia foi- nl   the* Arena here.  The judges announced their- deeis  Son  as   follows:  ---Frederick Ilotson, Tavistock.  Oaatv.      *  2- Miss Simone Lnaidry, . 'St  Aciolplae,   Man. , i  3    Mis*-,  jeatii  Cah'iei-oii,   V'tneouvei-.  Duty on Buggies and Cutters  i Manufacturers Say That industry is j  on the Wane  Ottawa-���������The rate at which new  methods of transporiat ion have supplanted the old was graphically illustrated "before the Tariff Advisory  Board, when a a-epresenfative of Can-  adian companies, anancifacturiug cutters "and Buggies appeared to/oppose  an application for a .reduction in the  duties on these vehicles.  In the year 1910 eleven large firms  were manufacturing buggies and clatters, anil ono was manufactured in  the Domlnoin that year for every  ninety   pe'rsoats. ,  In the year l!������2t������, e*avo firms were  nianufacturiaag these vehicles and  there     was     one  . niai-ufac!. aired     for  ranvif-fRf. pi an  ������_-    __r&-_fr    W   -__-''������ ���������**��������� _���������_������������������_���������������      _���������������    ���������__������-������������������  CO  11." 1^18 I  anviti  ���������~kHH 'B.  Rr._nk,  "I"  _ca_f3     _?S_rs_f Ft   %%X    -H _- _f  ise, hsllu in r Ai  t-C-U  ���������*_���������_. *��������� ?***  every il.SOO  persons.  Jul his   1'o.riiii-,   Young,     rtask..    and j>     Thfte   figure^  wero     submitted     to  Walter 1).  A.  O'ilearn.   Halifax,   a\\K., ; the board' by    K.     Sweet,    Brantford,  Ont- appearing foi* the two  concerns  anonufacluriaag the - vehicles    at    the  p~reeent   time,     lie   said   ihat  the  in-  j daista-y  ha<l   been  a*eferred   to  by   the  ���������applicants  for a tariff reduction as a  Victoria,  B.C.--The    last.  week  tveolr  III  it*  Robbery Is Frustrated  Winnipeg Police Take into Custody  Several_ Suspects-  \\TnnapeR���������\Vithi_Ca few o>ys Win-  aaipeg was io have heen the scene  of ai bank robbery, but a police raid  frustrated 'elaborate plans alleged, tow  have been made "by,''a gang' of local  bandits, and five men are now eharg-  .September and. the lirst week s:: j eti wiill conspiracy to rob. Two other  October have, been suggested by the I me^ are held as meWibers .of the  ihiusli Colunabia Government as the|gan& wJlile rieVeral material whr&ess-  best lime for holding the inter-pro- | es arc sak1 (Q be iu ,h<? 1)olice ceyis,  vineial conference planned by ������������<H although inloa-anation concerning 1 hein  federal government for this year. |'haB  not beP11 divulged.     *  <***. __ e_*a,*iiS9 ��������� ���������.���������rt'B_'_*^'f_n_p_'a_i������  LAOfe! MM Kill  ffffsspfe���������;'I':_r__ii.,li'ifi   tn  i a _**__��������� fi  n an an it'  lAJ.-***^  mmasit-w     ������_^  ____#  '���������-S-'ySyf/SS'S  Gt _������'.**?&  ���������"it is  Ihe other competitors, each of  whom had won a - provincial contest  an(i represented a heir provinces in  tonight's   Dominion   final.  Te subject of tbg, speeches was:  "Canada's Diamonu Jubilee; Her  Achievements   Since' ''onfedea-a.'ion."  The awnvd i"or "Mr, Hot son as a  free trip to T-uropo this summer and  the right to represent Canada at the  international contest in Washington,  IXC. this autumn',' meeting competitors from ��������� G reait-'.'Britain, France;  United Suites; Japan, Mexico and the  11 awaiian. Islands.  The  chairman  was   lliglit 'JlOn.   Sir  William ��������� Mulock,     Chief    Justice-' of  Ontario,-   and  tlao  judges  were  Chief:  Justice ,IJa.tchford,.John   ,13. ^Falcon-  bridge,   Jv.C.,   dean   of   Qsgoode   Hail  law   school,   and   Professor   Keys   of  the   University    of    Toroaito.       lUghfc  II oia.. Arthur   Meighen rhad   consented  to   act  as  a  judge   but  he   was   con-  lina.id   fo   his   bed   with   an   attack  of  influenza and   was  unable   to attend.  The  aneeting  was     held     under    the  direction of Dr.  James; T>.;" Hughes,  director  for Canada of the'Canadiaii  ami  international  oratorical  contests.  The., judges   handed    in    individual  judgments in  which they  marked the  .Jive contestants in Ihe order of merit  as each"judged "best. The. anaa*ks were  ���������% ftatatled and ^tWe?.winner dfechired. fl'he  >.���������<?judges,  who   were   hot? sitting togotla-  ���������:%.w, did not confer.     -  ^, De1?*!?Jantes: :BSTlughes' liefOre Chief  Sa Justice I^atchfOrdyr fmaiide fhis^sini  "%nouncement of the'result foii-v \vhich  5f (lie  crowd was  waiting rwitii' vbreajth^  ["dying- industa-y."    The   figures  would  ! seom to bear this' out and the naanu-  i faeturei's   would   I'equcst   iha.t   if   the  industry had  to die, it be allowed  to  die in peace.       ...  R. J. beachman presented the application for 'decreased duties on behalf of the ' Consumers' League of  Canada. He submitted that buggies  and cutters . W'ere the transportation-  vehicles of the poorer classes and  ���������that'tariffs'were' high when compared with tariffs on automobiles and  ������������������motorcycles. He asked thilt this dif  ferenee be remoyed.  A. E. Darby, Canadian Council of  Agricuitua*ef: supported tlie applicw  rtion. ?=.. 'a  This suggest ioai wji.s advanced by  Hon. J. O. Maclean, act ing ]tremier.  In reply io" a communication from  lEoai. Fernan'd Rinfi-et, Canadian Secretary ol" State, who as** making arrangements for the gathering of re-s ^  pi-esenfatives from all parts of the  Dominion to discuss inler-ptovinciul  relations.  rvfr.- Rinfret has inforano,! Dr. IVisac-  r>ean that the fedenil authorities will  prepare aai agenda for ahe eontea*enee  on the basis of suggestions i'roni the  provinces and forward il heie as  soon as  possible.  The arrest of. the gaaig abiaows a  sweeping investigation of underworld hangouts iai/ the city, during  which scores of men known to the  police were questioned.    The robbery  3 uuty  try which compels its manhood to  serve in the hour of need, to provide  some system of training, so that they  may not be called upon to do something they know nothing about," declared Major-General J. H. MacBrien;  message to AshTiury Coilege cadet  corps, at the annual inspection hea*e?  His address was a dcience of the  cadet-, system    in    Canada,    recently  the bank, according lo  Ui-p Police, j subjected   to   attack.  S_r.twh-.irv Yield Linht  __.���������i������������������ ^  tn,ip  ������C1  lanal been planned for April 22. On  llial. date live iiK>n, arnica with re-  voIacis. drove in an nutoanobile to- a  bi*ancla hank in rhe west end of the  city. The "presence cf two men on  bicyeles, whom lite 'bandits took for  police odicers, frustraited the robbery, but plans for a new attempt had  been  drawai up.  Ass'.rr.s.attng i^ew  M.  UT  LtlllSICSlll-lS  Western  -Canada   Provides fAdequate  Means for l/niversity Education  Toronto-.���������That western Canada litis  ala-eady  solved its     great     education  ���������problem aai?providing adequate means.-  for the iissiinilatioii    of    New    Canadians,   was   the   feeling expressed  by  Rev. Father MeWiggaiis yicar-general  of die  Romnii    Catholic    diocese ��������� of  Edmonton,   here.      Dr.   MeWlgganr? ia~  ���������'in v Toronto j as, oiiicial \ representative  of;;:^rchbishoji|-   ;'6"Leiary| | - of ' ;'fthat  diocese, ���������;   for    the   '75iii    anuiverfearj-  Increase   .in   f B.Gi      Acreage      But  .'������������������"''.     Decrease hi Ontario  Ottawa.-���������The fcothniercial    bearing  acreage  of strawberries    in    Daitaario  for  1S27  is   placed at  1,5P0  acres by  tiae   Dominion    iFrvtit    Branch,    prac- :  tically   the   sa?Ttne" as   last   year.     The!  : principal commercial I districts are as ;  follows:   Burlington,   700   acres;   Nia  gara, 300;   Norfolk,   100;   London and.;  Sarnia, 150; y Prince Eailward County,,  780;  other districts, 40.  Ijiist   year.the   commercial  pi*oduc- !  tion in these  districts was  placet! at |  3,992,500 quarts. Bearing coaidiiions |  of the plaattations in the Clarkson i  and Norfolk distracts this year range  from 10 to 25 per cent, less than last  yeaia*.     This' condition     is     attributed  to the small, runner growth produced  last season.  I-ast   year   British  Columbia  claiui-  etl   1,225 acresi  AVith it  total  yield of 5  3,920,000  quarts, yvvliile  th is  year   I he 1 fiSu":;���������,^    ror  bearaaig   acreage   is   placed   ait. .2,042.  acres,   which,   based   on   normal   pro-  ductibn.      should-'? produce    C,126,000  quai'ts. "������������������ ���������", "':   '���������"���������*���������        > ���������"��������� '���������������������������  pl������__. will W_.*/������n Rnimfiarv  Ottswa   Orders   High   Speed   Boats to  ] Patrol  East Coast  ]      Oil awn.���������A      fleet     of     mnr������-     1li-an  J twenty vessels,"with a speed in some  The law of Canada    requires    that    .               s.0^^,       ������^  and.'.45 or* 60 should serve in time of  war. General MacBrien said, although this was not generally known.  It therefore was the duty of Government to provide a system for train}  iaag anen to be prepared. The cadet  system, was a beginning for preparedness!  Cadet training developed the wpirii  of co-operatioai which served all well  in every' cotarse of life.  cases .of  about. HO   knots,,   has   been  commissioned .to. patrol the coast line  along   the  Maritimes   iu  au  effort  to  combat .smuggling.  These vessels will be" supplemented  by 20 or 25 high-powered automobiles [  . operating from strategic points !  ' whei'o  roads  meet  in    Nova"    Scotia,      s*;l  New   Brunswick   and   Prince   TCdward  Island.  OUleLa! auuoamcemenf 1o this effect  has beeai .made by-the Department of  National Revenue. ,  Airplanes Will Spray  Rust-Infected Fields  i  to     be  ,.- .,..������������������ ..���������������������������-,   ^0\<-0rsiti6hs.  oC ale   La Salle   College  less  susneaiso,   pointed?'oiiiS? ihat eaCltl-^nd   tlief? incept Ion   of work   byfpthe  of  the   five  contestants-was 16  years 1. Christiaai   baothers. r .  of  Sgc   and   therefore   would   still   be |   .: vjBdufcation is  the  able to compete in the Dominion and  iaaternafional oratorical contests for  another twa^ years.  "If they do, fhe ?f/brd help the Vest  of the world," he said.  1  one    thing ^fthe  ??* ���������'���������;  NeW Depot for? Edmonton  XVinriipeg.''A'^~-    Announcement was  made   by  \V".: A?��������� 'Kingsland,   general  manager'  of    the    *w<Bisterai:    region.  Fewer-Jobless in  Britain  I.onalon.-���������For   the   lirst   time   since  (thef general    strike : which*   .occurred  !earl> in May, 1920, the unemployivient  Great, Britain    are   .now  ] below the 'million mark,' being 998,000,  or 23,000 fevvdrthah a year ago. The  ianpi*ovement*5u enipldy.nient  is most  noticeable an the  iron,  steel and  engineering iindustriesC ??f-Tbere: is : gtill  depression 1 h the: coahfields,? however,  and  fourr m ines in Sou th  Wales sire  closed-.temporarily*-/'".:      >  Experiments     With     Sulphur  Started in July "*-    -  (Wltiwa, Ont.���������The    department    ������^f  agriculture   has   completed   purchase  of  a   large  amount  oT  sulphur  to  be  in   -Spraying  rust-infected 'grain  fields  in   tite Red Hiver Valley'.  The spraying is to bo done by aeroplanes of (he Royal Canadian Air  Force and the work will he : commenced early, iai- July, according to  Dr. J. II. Grisdale, deputy niLaister of  "agiU'cuitttre, {^ibdiscussed?tive^)p  pects of the experiinent. The *?use of  sulphur, he said, had been found  ! beneficial in the /United.-, ."States, al-  a hough the; spraying was n very dangerous operation on account; of the  necessity for low ������������������flying.-?  If the experiments prove a success  the department Avill carry out a larger prograinme^next. year; he ?said.  Insane Drivers  Peculiar  yoaaaig Avestei*ner yearns for liacsi,  said Dr. McWaggan. ''Education in  Alberta has been brought to a' high  plane, and we: tire working in this utmost harmony. It is uo longer necessary for western youth to coano 'east  for professional teaching. The University of Alberta now provides cona-  ���������plet(2-'aaid able 'faculties-in arts, mecli-  Affairs   F?eported i cine, dentistry, agriculfui*e and ealiaca-  tion'.' ��������� ,.,���������'���������������������������  e V   ���������        ��������� .. .  ���������*' ^Canadian National Railways, that the  'Contract' for "building'''the new station  at -Edmonton, has been awarded to  the Permaneait Cons tariict lota (Company. Edmonton. Woa;k oa the hew  structure will commence immediately. ������������������.-���������*.  State    of  From   Detroit .        -  Toi'onto.^^Accovding   to   a ,-.special. j    ������������������...,. ; ���������,,,;,,_���������^__:rr.-_.._���������.:  despaach  to The Toronto Globe  from j     Crossed  Niagara Gorge in Basket  Detroit,       an       invesUgalioai       ������������W j -   Nlnrsara  -Palls,   -'N.Y.-Mfs.'    Klvira ,  by   the-safety   traffic   depaataiieiif.   of . j.iultitt ^atcs. Hie lira,  woman to be i  tho Detroit Automobile Club disclosed j c.a,.rio{l' across the Niagara Gorge in a  tlae fact  that, oaie third of tho JumiUes | basket   that,     hung     from     a     oablo  eonnneii   I'or  insanliy   at   St.  .1'oscpit's i s.'tr,j'teho'd' bol.weon  the Canadian -nnd  Ramsay   MacDonald   Ends Visit  Ne,w York.���������J. Ramsay- Mae'Donahl,  former     Prime     "Minister    of     Great  Britain,    sailed    for    home    oai    the  ; Cuaiard   T.iner   Bereavgaaia     May    17,  I ending   his ��������� second  visit,   to America,.  Trade Increase During April  Ottawa."���������Canada's trade continues  to grow. Increase in April exports  ���������'was'" ga*eater than in imports, when  comparison is made wain? April of last  yaDai*. Total trade increase \yas $24,-  000,000, ������������������divided:    -  Exports, iaacrease,  ? 17,000,000.  Imports,   tncreaise,  $7,000,000.  U.S. Envoy Coming  "Washington.���������1-Ibn.-    William     Flail-  lips,   newly    appointed   , minister    to  Canada,   will   go   to   Ottawa   alio  hast  American shores th early village  days, Is ilead aged 85. The prhnllive  method., of travel before tho, bridges  were constructed-was'uu invention of  Mrs.  Gates*   father.  ClosaB  Mimireal.--  Mon.real   Dairies  Iaa aaa  effoa-t, lo stop fhe  Relre.it.  Dearboiai,    hold     aiato:naobilo  aladver's licenses.  Iaa a. t'omimaailealioaa nom the Dearborn ohier of. polleof to the Aiatoiaaobile  M'lul), iho olllchii stays, thait ono iia-  naate of the asylum cbaiwtan.lly drives  his automobile at a Bpeaial in ox.'oess  of ������I5 miles tin hour, believing that at  this speed his ' motor runs upon the,  power of a foreign spirit. Similar im i ������]>}'������*<} "f;:������yi)hoW fever, in Montreal.  alanicoH wuro ehaul as exlHiiiig nuMi- i *'hH'h '. hftS b<?oW prevalent, here re-  jintH in pnhlle safety when many of, \ '''^ly, ;two in ilk .aiapply concerns in  Iho Inmalos of tlao instlfiilloaa Nve|'e:  periodletally "returned  to -private 'life.  A a-lalo wide investigation to alo-  teraaihii*. the exleiif of this sliunUoaa  Iai siniihir insa li.ul lon.s has heen  openod by .M. ,C. Bristol, of the Iralllc  dopsari.Hir-ul.  anado to return with his daughter j of Ihis month to present, his letters of  Isabel to "i;hesceaies. of hishoaiey- credence, he informed \ President  moon visit 30 years ago, J Coolidge.  IsBiie Llcpior Permits  Toronto. Issnei'H     of     pennh.s     lo  pnrclutrto liquor at Ontario Govea-aa-  manil kIoior���������wheal thoy are opcaaed---  supplied   1,75ft.    pernons     in    Toronio  wilh tho Blips the first  ihey were available.  vei'e o]������*>������ ahfor.aVlaoaaa 1he ell\  wan" nothing in the nan tire of  to obtain  ihe  pi.tniitw.  day on which  .Seven   oflh-on  There  a  na������h  j MontVeail 'Avero or<lea*nd  closed by Br. J  ' Af   Lessard,   director     of    'pi*c>vlriclal  ! bur can   of   hoiittli,   hero,    Tlao .notion  ; wan   lakon   under   the   Qnehoc   Public!  i Jieiallh  Act.  Guests of. French  President '  London.���������King Ceorgo   and    Queen  alary wean guents of honor af a ban-  j iiaaet of Proaldent Doaamnrgaae, of  I Knince, who is oai a visit to Urlfuin.  j The. French enibiiH.s.v, where tho baaa-  ��������� qiii-t aviih glva-n, was lavishly decorat-  ��������� od. One hundred guests wore present,  liiRluaiing    anibfiHHUclor������    wilh  I wIvch  and  numeiotiH .membcav  cie(>'.  wen Speecf Trials  British CruiserT? Bea-"wick Develops  Ovar 80,000  Horse Power  London.���������The, "British cruiser Berwick, laid down iai Septembea*, 192.3,  aaid the first of her-''class, to be completed, was .given ,laer high speed  trlrfls ^Tuesday. For feight liours she  was driven under full power. The  propelliaag-machinery developed over  S0.00O horse power and the cruiser  maintained a speed of" between il2 and  35 knots. '"./���������'..  ���������'"'���������..���������  Four othci* vesfeels of the saahe type  were provided for under tho 192Jl-'J!  esfianate���������the ..Cornwall, Cumberlaaid,  Kent and SufColIc? Tho ships are of  tlae 10,000 tons staiadaa-d displacemetat  established by the Washingtoai naivail  treaty.  Will Attend Cdiobratlon  KiiagBlon, Oaa1,-���������Sir Haagh .Tohn  MacDonakl, Winnipeg, ������oia or-Sir John  A. "Miicl3onald, lirst Pi'oanlor of C'aia-  ada, has tentatively accopled the invitation of fhe City of Kingston^ his  bii'llaplaco, to attend iho diaataoml  jubilee celehrattoaa hero. Sir Hugh  John Snll'iaati'H lhal- hiR heaill la is not  good Just now hail, hi* Is hoping ia will  be ho Improved that on July 1 he esin  attend the celebration sind greet tln>  many ohl fa-lends ho has here.  British Legion Settlers.Arrive  Paris groca>rH who are making too  much money on their wares are be*  In*; j'ou-ali/a.'d hy police, who tophhi  tliem tlie right io ::how tln>lr aiaer-  fbaudlne on  I ho  Hldownllc������.  W.     N.     V.     1U82  (3no of the llaaest Hiaigle partioH to swell Cniitidtu't population this year,  their ^arrived Iaa Canaada a*occmt,ly at, Quebec aboaud tho Canadian Pacific summer  of no  ! MonH'OHo,    The pnary of five faiaaailh^H numbering  100 port-torn* in sill caaaao to  , I'auJida under the auciUrcs ���������of the Prlth'h   Hmplre Service Leiia������;ner bein^ -the  ! lirst to bo Ha'nt to Cnaiada Ihrough thia Immigration mdicnto.  j        The anon  are till  e.v-Horvlco voteruaiK and tare  highly desirable types of  i,)ori,   soUla-i* on account of the fact that, all have  been trained In  farm work at  froaaa   tho   CaaiU-d   sintea.   During  ahe''*'���������"*' Mbalmry of Labor's Training Furaai at Brandon, Suffolk,. Knghuad.    Tliey  12  monlliM    endlaig    March. * ImporiH \ 'hive been  InHtnaeteil  in  vaalous 'brnncbi'M  nf agrhmlruro  ,i> n-nablfa  them lo  meet  oondlilonH iia thia*, eouaury as they  find them.  Tlae above photograph wan taken at tlm C.IMl. tilailou Iii Winntpcjj stsad  shows a number o"f this party wjiltlng for the tatalaa that will carry flaeiaa  farther we*t. io their aicw lao������aic-������ ha Sa������tcaicliewi.n.  Buyaa.   More  Ottawa.- -Canada  From   U,S,  Is    buying  rrom   tho    IJnlteaL rttaleH   wei*o  $������������������,-  ooo.ooo against   $a������io,ooo,ooo   m   the  p','<"Vi(OU*������    ye������ir l.>r>ni'l������     moi-o    i<f*UI ���������  000,000, st aleclhie  of vlyht  nallllonH,  Oxford Students Protest  Oxfoi'tl, 1-Inglaaad. - -Hundreds or  Oxford undorgradanitoswore llaae(| tap  for their turns at ji trip in aaa aeroplane, at, Ihe .aviation 'Acid, when  proHora ������.ppo������real and ordereil ibeui  off tho Hold, The studoaits proiesled  at being forbidden to fly and ihe  proctors took many mimes. It is reported ihiat nanny disguised  selves as woalatian ami made.  later in the day.  . aheni-  fllghi*;  Hus-sin Sending; Delegation  OH awn. ��������� The l."nltod States ol Soviet, HUBslu, In other wordu the Sa������-  vlef Kopubllc, is sending a delegiithm  of some thirty pcrnon* to the World'H  Poultry CongrcsB to he held in Ottawa from July 27 to August. -I. Tbe.sa?  will include Iho oftU-lul dekg.Ua\, ami  some Ovf' or mtur ropresontatlveH front  | the country  m. lurtso. />Tr������ r������������.-������������������*-' -��������� ^>  ��������������� r* *���������**������ ���������C'w'r'  ������������  '!>  ��������� .  >���������  in   th������     concentrator.    His    brother, j  "Registrar of marriages*, H. McLaren,.  Charlie,  is also, on  the   Whitewater j issued   the     first   iices-Sis    since   his  ! J-ppSirsiKasj'.t- on KridiMr !������ii**- ithe nevaa"  _t* ~t_I__.  iccitisaip;  ������������������*.:*.*  I  This year it is necessary to have a Permit  from some Forest Officer-before any camj>-  fire may be set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sore to get  and  follow the  a Permit for your camp-fire  instructions  printed  on   the  back of it.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  I  I  S7 WmmW .    %s9JS^SW  I  Local and Persona!  Fob Sale���������Three   purebred   York  shire    sows,    good     mothers-,    going  cheap.    ������, Davie. Canyon,.  Potatoes Fob. Saxjs���������W>e McGreg  c������r and   Netted   Gemi  large aaid firm  for    seed  or  eating,   SI   per  sack   at  ranch, or ������1.25delivered.    Geo. "Davie.  Canyon.  J_s_f-*iii*iiis ���������f!hi_-'������-������ ^eras _*__���������������  fiiegiiliosi -aiiiif wi ^*G-������tuS5&  SUNDAY,  JUNE 5  CRESTON���������8 a.am. and 7.30 p.m.  ���������fJSTBB���������H turn.  CANYOK-^p.m.  Follow the  Line  Jf'oi. SAliE���������ToMfsu ������* ostv ������*-ood as  new*.    Enquire Review Office.  Stork For Rent ok Sale���������On Main ;  Street,    Cr-efstoh Drug & Book Store.  Jersey Hejlrer For Sale���������Purebred, 35month's old. K. Andrew, Box  64, Oreston.  Although May was quite showery  at times the rainfall was but one and a  half inches.  The committee of Christ Church  will meet after evening: service on  Sunday next.  Next Sunday   is    WhitBundy.    The  season- will be obsea-ved at the Anglic  an Church service.  Fred Grant of Vancouver is,a Creston visitor at present, the guest of  Mr. and Mr. E. N. Holmes.  According to the first horticultural  crop report the 1927 season in Creston  Valley is three weeks later than 1926.  Cow  For Saijs���������Two  oc-ason . Vvtaiclz  opened on May 24th as attracting little  or aio attention. line- the naudu-y  state the stre^uafs are its ������ind witl. the  : water on the rise anglers have not yet  got busy.  j Dam Burton of Cranbrook was shak-  ing hands with Creston friends on  Mondav. when he made a short visBt  ait the Ryckman   home.    Mrs.   Ryck-  I man, sr��������� who is still at Cranbrook, is  having indifferent health.  May, 1D27, hs,e proven the dullest.  inonth of the name in tho Valley's  recent history. For the nsuaath there  was not more than half a dozen sunny  days, and sunshine wus very scarce  the other 2? days of the month.  A meeting of the eonven ops of oo*n>a-  mstfees of the Confederation .Jubilee  oelebrataoft is called for tonight at  8 o'clock at the town hall, when the  programme e������hi������.ittee will commence  framing th^c.a.y'g schedule of events.-  The Wonieo's Institute June meeting i-s scheduled for Friday next, at  3 p.m. Business in connection with  the. annual flower show will be a  feature of the session.* Mrs. Murrell  wil.v.ilso .epprton the recent conference sst OhilliwAck*  "Bandmaster Hendy has has -knais-  sehins out vyst-y Tiiesdaiy night for  practice and the band will gave a good  account.of itself on Dominion Day*  Amongst the eighteen musicians are  three ladies���������Misses Jean and Florence Craigie and Hazel Can ad y.  -Julio**  ayweas   omng  Mrs. Jane Barnes, who* Euotored in  from Boise, Idaho, lhafcday, and were  united an wedlock by   JSev.���������J.   Herd-  IIIHfl.  .UlCtS_���������'.*   Hi������i������v������������J     ua  over ."Sank iri the  crame at Yahk bo Sunday;" witti ������cn-  Kall ������nd I siderable credit; for the win -due Char-  Sie Holmes who got off the traitagat  that point on his way' home from  Ctilg-iry, and piftciied a gaene with all  his .i.!dti!_.e ability.  What the Red Cross isjdol^g  ? for the Good c>f Caiaada  Befriends   3,500 solSiem Still  in  hospital . . .  _._i   g^^  -aessd Is, ehear -Eamilies��������� . .' * -autes.  sickness  THE FIRST  TEN WEEKS  Chick Mash  then  Growing Mash  followed by  Mash  and Scratch  FARMERS' SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MURRELL  Rubber  lQIBl|ldH  T have the .T. Fl,* Dickinson  agency and can give you  throe-day service on any  style of Rubber   Stamp.  ** V       m\m  m   11fC?iAM  V.   IVmmJPLVV&KSi*  milch cows;  one grade Jersey,- other Holstein-Jer-  sev, price right, Enquire Review  Office.  Up to June 1st 208 auto licenses  have been issued at Creston, epualling  the total number of plates sold for the  whole of lt926.  Auto Por Sals���������Ford touring car  in good tunning- order, $200. Can be  seen at J. Carr's Creston. Mrs. E.  McGonegal, Kitchener.  H. G. Gieenvcood, manager of the  Creston sub central of the Associated  Growers, was a visitor at Boswell at  at the end of the week.  Miss Cora Bicciam, who is an appendicitis patient at Cranbrook hospitnl.  is reported making a satisfactory recovery after an operation last week.  Miss Lillian Cherrington is spending,  a few days on a visit with Nelson  friends* and in her absence Miss  Eileen Hendy as assistant**; at the post-  office.  The official records show that since  the first of the year about 85 new and  rebuilt avutos and trucks have been  sold in the Creston district already thi?  season, ' ,  Charlie Holmes, who is employed  in a garage at Calgary. Alberta,  arrived at the end of tho week on a  visit with hla parents, Mr. and MrB.  E. N. Holmes.  Tho Girls Junior Guild of Christ  Church nrebaving a ten and Bale of.  needlework and candy In tho Parish  Hull, Saturday. June lltb, to which  all aro invited,  The play, *��������� ���������Sin I llir Thru," on Monday night's Chautauqua, attracted the  biggest crowd over seen at. a public  gathering In  Creston.   The paid  ad.-  mlhflionu were 4(55.  All free miners* llcenoes expired on  Tuesday night. About two dozen of  tlu-HO wero iRsned at Ca*cston tho pant  yenr, and tnia-teen of thena have al-  ready been renowed.  K. B. Bevinii and It. Walmsley weto  motor vli������itor'a to Bonners Perrv on  _'iae������dayt    where     they     represented  Ci-onUhi at a highway conference In  i.oiio*ii:"l,iini with tUu -lorlh and south  road"  Uforgo liubh left at  the  end   of tha  wat't'k for tlao Wbttewater mltria? north  r������f Katslo, where ho  Ih  now a'aitploycd  P.Mann, who has been residing in  Eugland for almost the past two  yeaa-8, arrived hack an Creston en Friday, and wilaV.be. here for some time  in eharge of his orchard property.  He states that emEgration from the  Old Country is heavy this year, and  still more would leave if they had the  means to travel. ,  "Notables I have Met," waas fche  subject of an ��������� addret-s' in the United  Church on 8unday evening by *5>r������  Arnold, the Chautauqua lectaar*er of  Saturday evening, with Mr. and Miss  Heed and Miss Jensen assisting with  musical numbers. Tbe church was  filled to capacity, aaid the whole  service highly appreciated.  The first crop report, for 1927 made  its appearance last week and states  that the mid-April ftost will shorten  up the cherry crop 15 per cent. Pears  promise a heavy crop, and winter  apples, other than Northern Spy, will  be heavier than a   year ago.    Plums  For the Veteran  relieves  for v'the'  soldier s*e_tier . .-'.. provides sheltered employment for -the  disabled aa t__r^'Veterans8 Workshops.  Bor the CMJd-rea   ,'��������� ?"��������� %'  Tuarough J*ot_ioJ: Red Cross, has aided   5,000 crippled  . " children and has pledged oyagr 1^7,000 school daiidrea to  practice health habits _md "to sewe others.  For tlie Pioneer "  Brings aursing service to those in frontier districts throttgh  ~ ^~      tais and Nsitssng Stations. -^  py -_������u.wj  \jwox.kuwu.  jr*or tne is&w  Welcomes arsd gives needed -attention to iratoigraht mothers  and chsldtreh at three Seaport Nurseries.  _Poc the Mothers aad Daughters  In Home Nursing Glasses, b&s saught principles of nursiag,  diet and home hygiene to over 12,000 women and girls.  For the Disaster Victim  Is o_-g*a_-i_-ed  to suSford psrossspt irglief to ssifferers ii-om  fire, flood and epidemic.  N_iatio_a-Wide^^ *  _P_ed Otoss Society  Sesc! Coa-rsbutioas _o:  JBritish Columbia Division, Cnnadian Red Cro_-t Society,  62S Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C.  md  ni������i,n!  are to be a fair  crop, with  raspberries lighter than last season.   .  ^Misses Freda Lewis, Ruth Swarason  Bva Webster, were amongst the 1927  claiss of almost a hundred graduating  as nurses at Vancouver General H09  pital this month, with the presentation of diplomas and other graduation  features at the hospital on Friday  last. All the girls have.lost time to  make up and at will be at. least, August  before their three.year hospital training as completed.  ana f pr  Exceptional  values  made  possible by  the oo-operatioii of the mariurfacturers.  Courteous attention.  Prompt service.  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  GEO. H. KLBIjI^Y  .-"V****.  m  B  SPECIAL FOR JUNE  These   are only a few  of tho  many items that are on sale.    Don't  forget that every bit of merchandise has  been chosen from hundreds of samples offered  by leading canneries.    They can't be beat.    Come  in and investigate..   You will find it to your advantage  to stock from our store.   Try our   .  paw 9*_r(     ^ss H   ^r^r_<_r_>i*^r4   wW*.  BI     _r,,_(_k8 fl"**..     <llVlll*HI  m\  0%  H      W^*  H^^H 9   H'        H    B_^*  ^^^h, ^^ft^  Fragrant tind stimulating.  at 70c. 1  Dry Goods  Groceries  *____"* M%.  ms  ������i Sf u re  DUIUtrrtllO  ^^^l^-^s  MBWmmwmwim wm

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