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Array ^fe^^  -" i.1--JL������V������"-.J~ ~~^  ?��������� K.r ���������  /  Vol. XIX.  GRESTON, B. C., F&XDAY, JULY 8, 1927  iNO.   21  Joe Goodman's   "  Death is Tragic  The life of Joe Goodman, one of the  best known  andaana  on   the  local reserve,   ended   in   tragac   fashion at an  early hour Sunday morning, when he  was run over by a  westbound Canadian Pacific freight   train   -it   a    point  iust west of the Guy Constable ranch.  At the inquest held, on Monday the  evidence taken   went   to   show   that  deceaseds along with Antwine Francis  and Moses   and   wife,   had   secured a  bottle of rubbing alcohol before leaving for their home at Wynndel Saturday    night.     They   made the   trip on  on foot   and   indulged   freely   fn  the  alcohol;    so much so that unknown to  each other they became separated, the  the   unfortunate   man   straying cross  the   old, K.V.   right   of   way���������which  was   the   road   taken   for   the^home-  ward journey, and   got   up   ou to the  C.P.R. tracks and an the neighborhood  of the rock cut west of the Constable  place Goodman  apparently   stumbled  and fell and Went off to sleep  on the  track jind  about  midnight    was  run  over by the train, it  eeing impossible  at the location for the engineer to see  anything on tbe-raght of way.  The body was badly mutilated, botn  arms and   legs   as   well   as   the head  being  severed   from    the    body,    the  trunk of which was carried   almost a  hulf mils slosx0' the t-rack  before being  shaken off the engine. It was   duetto  to this   mutilation and   scattering  of  the remains   that at leatst two other  trains Went"~east   and   west   without  noticing signs of the tragedy,   and it  was not until   afternoon   on - Sunday  that Rudolph   Carr   noticed parts   of  the. body and word was??la*3imediftS.el*$-������.  transmitted   -comprovincial.   police H.-  McLaren, who  with   the coroner. Dr.  Henderson, and Geo. Hendren, undertaker, visited the spot   and   gathered  up the remains, which  were  taken to  the morgue for the inquest.  The svuthorities spent. all Sunday  afternoon and evening on a checkup of  the Indians in order to to positively  i lentify the dead man as being Goodman, as from what remained of Lhe  Clothing and what was recognizable  of the body, even the wife of the  deceased .had great difficulty in determining thait the dead man was her  former life partner.  Following the morning session of  the coroner's inquest the body was  turned over to the tribal chief nnd  burial took place on Tuesday. Deceased, who would be about 40 years  of age, was a graduate of the mission  school, at Cranbrook, and up till three  years ago wan quite prominent in the  baseball gameR, playing utility man  for several seasons with both Wynndel  and Creston.  vote of $325 will be   required   to   finance this year.  Lister and Huscrofb residents were  oaat in full force for the Confederation  Jubilee celebration and community  picnic at the Huscroft recreation  grounds on Friday afternoon. The  affair was fittingly opened with patriotic exercises\ which included the  flag raising and singing of "O Canada" "Maple Leaf Forever,?' and "'God  Save the King," with- the presenta^  tion of medals to the children of- Huscrof t school.    Then came  a full list of  adults, followed by supper, with a  baseball match by teams headed by  Elmer Huscroft and Clearence Tedford  to close proceedings. . The former's  nine hit ont a 15 to 7 victory. Free  lemonade was available to all, tbe  proceeds from tbe sale of refreshments  ���������will be utilized to pay the prizes  awarded in-the different events.  MBe������ Sieiiesgg,  ���������'- Miss Elva Kelly spent the Dominion  Day holidays with friends in Cranbrook, returning on Sunday. ,  Wednesday was the biggest shipping day at br.th Reed & Mather's as  well as the Smith depot. A few ov������sr  200 crates were handled, most of it  strawberries:.  An appropriation of about $200 has  been   made   for   improvement   of the I  road .to the Alice   mine,   and   wiii be  spent under   the   supervision of   toad  foreman J. D. Spiers.  Bob Miller aud Hec. Stewart were  ta*ying out the fishing at Stirarait  Creek at the/ weekend, bait were  about a week too early   for   real good  liiCk.    .;���������*'?���������' ~i~- ? -. > ���������'������������������    ���������.���������-.?;���������-.���������.��������� .C~,----vV-:..-.-  ..w:  June drop** in y Alice Siding  is about at an end. The  is hard on the  Mcintosh Reds and the quantity  grading to Extra Fancy and Fancy  this year will be much lighter than  usual.  Bill Vaness wa*= home from Kitchener for the Confederation - celebration, and was the guest of his sitter,  Mars. A. G. Cox.  The ahnual school meeting will be  held at the schoolhouse tonight. W.  Mather is the retiring trustee, and  Guy Constable's term as auditor has  also expired.  Jas. Compton got a telegraphic call  from Billings, Montana, on Tuesday,  to be with his sister, whose hnsband  had been killed in an accident the  previous evening.  H. Spence of jOranbrook, manager  of the Sash & Door Company, returned tc work here oh Monday. |  J. Atkinson and wife, J. Berg, Mr.  and Mrs. McTeeryand Mr. and Mrs. J.  O'Meara of Porthiii, were here for the  dance on Saturday. s  Jas. Duncan, of Camp Listes:,. was  noticed amongst the visitors, Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Gregory and' Mr.  and Mm. A. P. Marshall of Calgary,  Alberta, were Monday caLlers by auto.  J. Brown and H. Thomas of Moose-  Jaw, Sask., werehiotorcallersSunday.  M������*s. B. Jobhson aaid Mrs. N*. P.  Molander made a visit at the Lead-  ville mine-on Tuesday last, coming  back on Wednesday.-  '��������� Drg^^endei-aOiTi of Creston fh.ad ������,  hurried call here on Sunday evening  to attend Miss Clara, Hunt, but we  are glad to hear she is now on the  highway to recovery.  Misses Ester Nelson and Josephine  Allen of Wynndel were visiting here  on Tuesday, going b-ack to work the  following day. :  Miss pHen Andeen left on Tuesday  (last on a visit with Kimberley friends,  A. LePage has been doing assessment work on his claims on Iron  Mountain. Ludwig Anderson accompanied him and they returned on B'ri-  day bringing in some fine ore samples.  Mi. and Mrs. W. Arb and family  have moved to Red Deer, Alberta.  Sam Burrell.who has" been employed  as teamster with tbe Sash & Door  Company foi* some time   past, has n  Ludwig Anderson and Richard Molander were at Creston on Friday night.  for the confederation Jubilee dance.  A. C MacMilian,    Vancouver,   was  here on a professional visit, Satiarday,  returning on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Hardy and J. Webster and family of Cranbook were  motor callers at Kitchener at the  weekend  M*?s a nd Mrs. Robertson and daugh=  ter of Bull RiAer, weie motor callers  on Friday. T. VanElstin of Copeland  was a caller on Saturday for the dance  that evening  The Friday picnic celebratang Con-  .federation Jubilee passed off satisfaqi  torily, everyone concerned doing their  best to mab-e the day an enjoyable  one. All the aaitos hereabouts were  pressed into service to take the child  reo to Goat River Crossing where  there was a big list of sports, afc which  some of the winners were Myrtle Anderson, Celina Langlois, Selmer Anderson. Claude Simpson, Ludwig Anderson. Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. ��������� C  Lindbloorii, Fritz Molander, C. Bush,  E. Bohan, Fred Androsoff, Lewis  Simpson and R. Johnsoai. There was  a bountiful supply of good things to  eat, and, needless to say, these were  'done full justice to. Many thanks are  extended those who subscribed to the  funds from   which  came  the   money  Succrss Attends  Jubilee Exercises  With patriotic exercises, a well  planned afternoon ot athletic sports  and other outdoor attractions, and  ideal weathefr, residents of Oreston .  Valley observed the sist-ieth anni ���������?  vesary of Canadian Confedesyatioi?.  Friday with a dignity aad pleasure  befitting such an historic occasion.  The scholars were.oufc in. force at  noon for the tree planting at the  Creston school grounds, when a  number of maples were set out, and  a short address given by Major  Mallandaine, aftes* which the  youngsters marched to the"soldiers*  monument for a presentation of  wreaths when the overseas fallen  were remembered with floral gifts'  from friends and community organizations, and about 1.30 the big  procession of veterans, children,  floats and decorated ears mo-red off  to Exhibition Park for the afternoon features of the celebration.  Proceedings at the grounds open-  .,.-���������. . . ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� j* i with 'O Canada" and "Tbe Maple  for the prizes, ace cream, etc., and con- _. ���������,, , . ������������������������������������������������������, ... , ,   :.*..!���������*: ,.  .,..y :_   ,...;-._ *��������� ���������������  .u~,Iaeaf" by the   crowd,     with   band  gratulations are in order to all tbe  helpers, especially Mr. and Mrs. Howard, for their work in this anost sue  cessfui celebration.  The  orchards  continuous wet weather  Ll&ter  C. H, Phillips of Kimberley was ti  weekend visitor at the rnnch here.  Miss Cai'ol llelme left at the first of  the week on her return to Vancouver,  where she was n guest at the Hobden-  Whittakor marriage.  Ted. Bucknell left n few days ago to  rejoin hlti nideliickea*, lievrry Bceson, at  the Bluebell mine at Riondel. He  has heen stopping at the Evans ranch  of late.  Bert Yerbury of Moyie and Frank  Bakea* of Col������mwa.a\ Alberta wero  weekend gueota ut their homa'B hom ���������  Clifford Vance of Canyon is taking  off some of tho Lister hay crop, having  cut the fields at the Jiiai. Duncan and  F. N. Thompson ranches already.  A very happy event wa8 that of  Wednesday at Vancouver when Miss  Murif.l, . <Mde������t rlmight.ni'- of !Mrn. A.  Hobden of Lister, wan united in mar-  a-lago with Sam Whlttaker of Qrstn-  brook, with newlyweds due to reside  In the divisional -city whore the groom  an n C.P.R. despatches  Posters aro up for tho unnuril school  mentiaag on Saturday night, nntwlaluli  it'will be needful to elect ������ .tirnnbna to  Hiicoe d John Bird, and an auditor to  replace Mra. Harold Langston,.'both of  wIionh itirniH Uavo expired, Due to  inKfciillSng  ibe new  heating myntem a  Mike Talerico left at the first of the  week for Kangsgate, where he ia  assistant to the agent at that point.  Rev. S, NeWby of Creston was here  for Monday night Church of England  service, which was fairly well attended. Due tn his being on vacation  there will be noaervice on the 17th.  Mrs. L. W. Walthers and family,  and Mrs. S. M, MeCabe and family,  were Dominion Day visitors with  friends in Cranbrook.  M'Vh, Whiteside and son, Jack, were  also at the divisional city for the  holiday weekend,  Mrs. G. Oiam and daughters, Letty  and Dorothy, spent the weekend with  friomlH  at FiH-knik*.  The United Church -"New Outlook'1  special train of fourteen conches and  carrying 200 passengers wont through  westbound about G Ji.ny Monday. It  took three Jbargoa to transport tho  cars, the steamer Kuskanook taking  the pauHsngei*s to Nelson. Tho party  came via Golden und the K.U., and  wero accompanied by assistant superintendent, A. J. Ironsides  Tha heavy ticcunuiUtlon of driftwood along the trootta at tho Landing  gave* ountaldorable troiiible In handling  tlio steamboat anncl bargen at the end  of tho week. Wedncuday night laat  tiau NaHOokiii waM >ai������i������n lioitri, .alii lu  leaving���������awaiting the clearing away  of the drift tnrat ciiimai in after the  steamer's arrival about noon.  W. G. Wearmouth was a "Weekend  visitor at Fernie.- being tn that city in  tinae to hear the Australian Band at  their Saturday afternoon concert.  E. Nouganer is back from Macleod,  looking after the season's rush at his  ranch here.    ��������� ?  All persons having accounts  in connection with the Jubilee  ^u.Up,.UJ ���������a WI.������, o.������*c v..���������, ..������=. .-������.-  Celebration please hand same  turned te* his home in Calgary* Alta.   to Secretary, by- Tuesday, July  "���������-'::.*'-*���������-     ' ^~^'^-a 12th^&y5p.ni. ���������-...-:���������.-������������������  It is to be hoped an eff<art will be  made so -that Sunday telephone calls  can be made to Creston. Last Sabpath  a special messenger had io go"������o tlaat,  town for Dr. Henderson. Delays in  such cases are sometimes fatal.  Jock McRobb of the Haingry Hollow  section, Canyon, was a, motoi visitor  heae. on Wednesdny. R. Walmsley,  C. Lea my, F. . R. Romano and G.  Spiers were Creston callers on Wednesday.  Miss Laura Andeen, who  has been  attending business college   atNe.son,  ai rived home oaa Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. B    Johnson   and sor.,  Robert, with Kathryn and Irene Cav  anaugh motored to  Creston on Saturday on a business call.  Misses Kathryn  and  Irene  Cavan  augh of Kimberley are visitors here :it  present with Mra. B. Johnson.  Mr., Mrs. at.d ��������� Miss Hathaway, accompanied by a party of friends, have  juat arrived from San Francisco.  Calif, to spend the summer vacation  at his camp here.  Continental Lumber ���������& Pole Company, Lit������iited, are loading oait several  cure of dry poles for uae on the power  lines in Alberta,  Mrs. E. Drlftil spent the Domlnon  Davy holiday with Cranbrook friends,  returning on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Keuaington and  family of Standpoint, wero motor  visitors here on Wednesday.  V. W, McGregor, Cranbrook, C.P.R.  telegraph lineman, was hero on a  business cull, Wednesday. J. D.  Spiean* of Oreston, general road foreman, wua here on nn offical call,  Thursday,  Mrs, C, J. WIIboo. Miss P. E. Wilson and Charles J. Wilson, jr., wca-o  motor viuitors here from Sun Francisco, Calif., Friday.  Frank Allen oaod II. Robinson of  Vahk were motor   cullers  on Friday.  W, Browne and Mt<*. N. Browne of  the same town wero auto callers on  F eld ay.  CFoIsyof Lumberton wan renewing  old lUrmialnt.anceB hero on Friday,  going back on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. NL P. Molander, Mrs  Curl Anderson, MIbs<*b Entber Nelpon,  *Jt!da*cd Andeen aanrt S-tfHtvRi***** Mnlmn-  dea'. iitul Mohki'M. N. I*. Mo lander. C������u*l  Andnraon, 11. Itednaile.tT, C, Foisy, B.  Johnson, Frita Molander, A, LePcige,  Both church services were wtth  drawn on Sunday afternoon due to  the Confederation Jubilee thanksgiving service at Creston, but R.ev. S.  Newby was along on Wednesday  night for Anglican worship.  Jeff. Knott left at the flist of the  weeK for Trail, where he is hopeful of  securing -permanent employment.  Haying operations have been seriously interfered with due so much  rainy weather. Clifford Vance is  operating at Lister, where ho is taking  off the alfalfa on a couple of farms.  Mri. C. Waldo and children of  Fernie arrived this week on a visit  with her parents, Mi-, a������������d Mrs. Wear-  mouth.  Miss Signe Nelson arrived home  this week from Wnterton Lakes,  Alberta, where she has been for the  past few weeks.  Honor roll winners in Division.1 of  Canyon school are announced as  follows: Proficiency���������John McUobb.  Deportment���������Helen Johnuoo. Regularity and punctuality���������Eltdo Clayton  Holly Bond. Principal Kolthammer  nnnonnces tlao winners of Mac Loan  Wa-iting Certificates am follows: Elsie  Clayton. Mary Nouguier, Holly Bond,  Helen Johnson, Agnes Johnson,  Auul������? Gurlluud, M'U'Joi'lo McPherson,  Bessio Hurl, Beryl Tnplin, Dorothy  Palmer, Alico Wealing, Clara Ny-  gaard, Annie Zuchodnik.  In nivittinn 2 of Canyon school Mitui  Lister an nonces the following winners of tho term honor rolls: Regularity and Punctuality���������Leonard  Bond and Jack Clayton. Proticeuoy���������  Ethel VnnAckei'an. Deportment���������  Walter Johnson. The Winnora  of Mar.Loan Writing Certlfi-  liuAoa are: Annie Iicrggren, Grace  Bond, Bud J3i-owoll, Prank Clayton.  George Foreman, Gut; Hougland  Walter Johnson, Lillian Nelson, Mam-y  flVflnWj P.t.had VaaiAckiu'Rii, i>^nn(H  Zttchodnllc, Stella Zuchodriik, June  Browell, Judith ldlccnd, Roato Svvi^-  Inmki, Wulter Swlxinukl, Gladyn Bwtt,  acGonipsnisxient. Then o&K������e :~'%  very practical Confedefatioti address by A. C MacMilian of North  Vancouver when the history of  Canada before, at, and since confederation was sketched in very interesting fashion.  t  Miss-Irene AuscoiaV the leading  candidate in the popularity contest,  and Confederation queen, who with  her escorts. Miss Molly Kemp and  Miss Lena Benedette, had a prominent place in the procession in  their royally decorated float, were  then escorted to the platform and  the coronation exercises carried out  under the direction of Major  Mallandaine. who was particularly-  happy in declaring Mias Huscroft  queen due the fact that she is a  native daughter of the Valley, her  birthplace being Wynndel.  Then the crowd joined iu the  national an them,l which was follow-  by a faultlessly executed flag drill  by a couple of dozen scholars of -  Division 4 of Creston school under  the direction of Miss Edna Holmes,  and the presentation of Confederation medals to all the school children concluded the patriotio exercises.  Before    the   sports    commenced  announcement was made that prizes for best decorated oars had been  awarded T. Goodwin,   Mrs.   W. B.  Martin and 8. A.   Speers.  while a  special goes to   Canyon  school  for  their float which was   admired by  all, and consisted of  a dray decked  iu pic-Tubum with Canadian colors,  and hauled by   a   heavy   team in  charge of  "Dad"   Browell,   with a  half dozen of the junior girl scholars of the school  in   spotless white  occupying   tho   appropriately    arranged ^eaitmtf on the float.    Giving a   touch   of   the   days   in   the  proximity   of   1967  was   a   Ford  carryall with IR. S.   Beavn   at tho  wheel4 whoso   outfit  provided   tho  comedy feature of the parade.  Due tlae indians Bauiiobiaig their  part of the programme rather early  in the afternoon, and attracting  the attendance of the younger  goner tioia, the sport events wero  wot run off in full. Most of the  raoeia attracted a fair lot of ontrica,  with the chief interest centreing iai  tiiao   Uag;   of   wur   liwbwuwu   CreHUm  and Wynndel in   whioh   the  fright'  [Continued ou Pa-go 4 'nib-* wi  UfJ.1 V 1 KSW  - .,.j  rTRfC1.fiiT'n>j  *tm*^t ********   ,  T8        *1  *r%  Cuticura  i alcum  - is tlie Meal  Its purity, smoothness and fragrance,  combined with antiseptic and prophylactic properties, -which help to overcome disagreeable odours, make it an  essential toilet requisite.  S������������j������l������ Z������ch rtw ay 3a������il. Amli-eaa Canadian D������ctot: "Stan-  hoag������, Ltd.. Uoauul."    1'rice,   Soap 25c.   Ointment 25 and 50i\  Talcum *Sc.   Cuticura Shaviax Stick 25c.  Will Diseasss World Population  ���������Experts Going into Subject at Geneva  Conference This  Summer  Has  the world   ,too    many,   people,  and., if so? what is  to lie  done about  il? .    '������������������   "  Tlals question Aril! be considered at  a World Population Conference' -*it  Geneva from Aug. 31 lo Sept. JE. !t  is the first conference of its kind  ever to be lac Id anal will bring together biological, sociological and  stia.ttst.ical authorities who have gone  far   into   the   study   of  Iho  population  s hiiciren uy tor  Ottawa  Should Co-Operate  probloii, .but   who havo  aiyva-r  assoin-  The   Manitoba  Court  of  Appeal   has   declared  ulla-a  vaa*es   the   -Manitoba  This "  effect.  ITovinoial   and  Bale of Shares Act aud tbe Municipal and. Public Utilities P.ourd. insofar as.  these,  enactments .purport   hi any   way   to control the  sale  of  shares in   that j  Province  of a  Coaupany.  incorporated    under     a    Doaaianiuu    charter  decision  follows  one by  the Supreme  Court  of    Cauadit    "which,     in  decided   that  *ivJien  a here  i?*  a   conflict   ol"  jauihoriay   bci ffp������,  "Dominion legislation,  the  latter prevails.  la otlier words, all thai is li^eessar*. for stock promoters to do iaa order  to sea around the measures c-ei up by the .Province?1 lo protect their people  i'roui being **���������' ie.timixed by unscrupulous promoters of ooubiful stocky is for  then) u������ secure iiieoipoi-uiir.il ai. Unawu, \TaairMiaacn as the .Ottawa I'.tsverii-  moan has provided no proper check upon ahe stock selling operations of  lioiuiuion incorporated companies, it means that ahey may do nreiay much  as *. hey please*.  in vew of these judgments, and ahe .failure as yea of lhe Ottawa Covem-  ttaeul ao take action as has been repeatedly tilled by i.lu> I'roviliccs. il "s  gratifying to nou- that Western l>ro\ incial tioverini't'uis are again recommending that this *\vhole subject he idae.eii on the ageuda for the Conference  lo be held :������t Otiawn this Kail between vt preseniaiavos of ibe Dominion ami  the several Provineial C.ovevinuent-s. Ohawa is being asked to supplement  tlie legislation oi" ahe Pro** itaces by ahe eaiat-tmeni ol" legislaaion regulating  the  sale of shares auii securities of  Domiauoti eo.rnpa.mos.  The Ottawa Covernmenr should be jv.st as keen to protec; all ahe people  of Canada as the ("loveriimeuts of ilae 'Provinces aae U> protect then* citizens?,  it aid if is beyond the comprehension of the average citizen ao understand why  tiio   l.������oruhtkMs lias s-.-������ consisiently refused to do so.  In this year ot Oanado's iMaau'Sui Jubilee- the people of Canada are being  ���������urged to forgei all sectional differences and to e-tmlaao the Fathers of  Confederation in working unitedly ao build up and strengthen the Dominion  as a national unit Any causes of friction between the Federal Govei\amem  and ahe Province as a sotirre of naa.ional weakness, ma king: for disunion. It  any Province feels ihat Ol tawa is not i'uliy seconding their off or is on behatt  of their people, the result is to weaken Confederation and thait devotion and  lo> a-lay to Ccinatda -which is so necessary.  in has Luiuuinioii May message to the people of Canada, His F.xceileiaey the  Coveanor-Cerieral says: -When first 1 landed on these shores as Ills  Majesty's personal representative, iai the first speech 1 made. 1 informed 3uy  hearers that I should take *eo-opei*ation' as my watchword during my life, Ju  1  gave  to the  people-of Canada  j bled at u common meeting: table to  | exchange their views naul co-ordinate  ! theii-  Unow3e<l|������e.  [ An advaance aaotice Issued by the  ] Advisory   Council   snys:  riu������ question of poj.uiaiJon growth  i holds ]>ossibllllh.'s of inenaee 1o the  | future of civ nidation, and yet the  j world population problem as one of tho  I few great Issues of today which have  j not been the subject of concerled iai-  j (eriuuionat  aeaioti."  j Joint Soreness Subdued,  j    Swellings Quickly Reduced  . .......  j Wonderful Results From Rubbing the  j Sore Parts With  i i^i er  i INI ������L  "i\iy testimony should convince any  , one that "Tvlervaline* is a splendid preparation to use on swelled joints.  Ulietimatisni left me badly crippled,"  writes Amos .l*\ Flemy, fa-om KiaiK-  ston. ������������������! went to McKay's T>aias Store  and they reconimeadeal Nerviline,  which restored mo completely."  For Hheaainatie pains. I.aimbaKo,  Sciatica, you -will get lusting satisfaction from a of>c bottle of Nerviliaae.  Sold everywhere.  " MOTHKR:- Fletcher's  Castoria is especialty prepared to relieve Infants in  arms and Children all ages of  Constipation, Flatulency, Wind  Colic and Diarrhea; allaying  I'cven 'mess arising therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach  and Jewels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep.  To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of  <*&&?*?  Absolutely Harmless ~j������o Opiates.    Physicians everywhere recommend ife  -M&j&u  K)  IN  r d\/j i  LH  V   IL  Spending Year in Labrador  thi-  lioniiiiKin.  ������������������sug-e  i'lr.it word is the m  today. | a si������ one and all. viuuover their origin or race, heartily to co-operate with a common understanding find purpose in all that pertains to . tlio  well-being of ait: proud of and loyal to their citizenship o' a gi-eat and growing nation."  Canada-could hardly have a beater national watchword, and in this  matter of regulation of the sale of shares and secui"ilies of Dominion  ecmipaaaies, ia is hip-li tiajie the Ottawa Goverimaent reversed its attitude, and.  aiisiead of denxing the very reasonable reqaaests of the Provinces, proceeded  K. wholeheartedly co-operate wilh them in the common intea-ests of all. Tlae  "Provinces are not asking the Do-iaitiioii to abrogate*smy of its powers, but io  f-xercise them in full co-operation with tlae Provinces. a*ather than, by neglect,  leaving 1he Provinces at the mercy ot" all and sundry who, in order io get  around legiainr.ite Provincial laws, obtain ])omiaaion incorpoa-aton and then  d<*t'y  the Provfnoes.  This is not co-opera lion on the part of ihe Dominion Government. It.is  not aai attitude, that tends ao create loyalty io Confederal ion. Persisted iai,  ii will weakoai the national lie. Legitimate companies and promotei*s do not  seelt lo evade Provincial control in this way; it is.the doubtful stock-selling  proposition and the dishonesa proanoter who as being assisted because or  Oiii'wa's refusal to join hands with tlae Provinces in'the protection or all tho  people.  at 5s to ho. hoped that alio aiathoriiic-s al Ottawa will cafcls the true- Bpirit  of the Diamond Jubilee., put their house in order ia- this matter, and cooperate witla the Provinces.  Alberta   Wheat   Pool   Elevators  Tiy  harvesting     time     the    Alberta  McMillan   Has  Taken   Snowmobile- as ' "Wheat Pool will have 112 elevators in  Part of Equipment j operation.    It  started .into the  elevaj  A snowmobile  is  part, of the eqtaip- i ^01* business last  year with  -12 interim.     MacMilian, i  wn    ������jtn    mill   ������jil   JUS  |  Powdoiii    when    he \  sailed for a year of .scientific study in  ment   which   Donald  f������tl������OUS    KCIjOOIIO  jor   and  tin:  11  Artificial Cotton Feasible  Another Useful  Product Can be  Made  From Wood Pulp  Xow   lhat   Canadians   have   become  ciuile  accualonu'd  to  their rayon  silk  hosier*,   and  undorv*.eai\     lr     is    1imo  eli. inistry   Curnii-licd another staiillni.;  e.-vainplc  oa'  ahe   unilt iplieii y  ol   UHcfiil  products  wliich   can    he     mad"     from  wood  pulp.    This  I Sine h   is  lo  bo ar-  lifhlnl  cotaon.  if the  prediction of Dr.  llarnhl   Hibbei-l.  of   Mciiill   Cuixersity  comes trim.    S|.n i;!;i!a-A a;   the r'lu.'mls-  try   Com em ion     recently     he     mild:  ���������line metbr.ul by uhich  we c:ui extend  the  usefulness  of our  pulp is  by sub-  HihutiUR- it In Canada for* cm ton ha all  Us forms.    This is heiniv .a I tempted by  the   cheanlsas   of   the   Dominion   torlay  Pleads For V/ider Education  University     Leaders    Should     Tackle  Problems of Nations Says  Curi-ie  Sir Arthur CuitIu. presideiat v.il' lhe  National Cunrerence of C'aaaadlau  I'lilversiiles, pleads for a wider lie hi  of education. lie believes ah:al uaiiver-  sily leaders shoiihl tackle ilae vital  prohliMUH of the nations. Govern'  uieiatH, he says, would resean Inlea'-  lereiice, but the,\ would likely aa-cepl.  the consullal ive services of liie con-  feivnce.  Sir Arlliur loiachci on ji vllal tpten-  lioii in edue^ilion- It is, in .shorl, a  question which arfucLs the very life  ol' the future uiilvei'slty. II Is n pi'ola-  l������.������ui   of brldKhiR the ������ap  between  (lie  nnd it  is Ceas'ibb-. The successful sub-   acadi nilc and the pi'iactical  Hiiiules of wood  pulp for eiitlon  would (  heiiehi   CiUiutln  Iii -ii'iuii>   ways."  To Destroy Icebergs  Montreal   Professor to  Study fvlethods  of   Iceberg   Destruction  Dr. Howard Ilarnes. professor of  physics at McGill University, international authority on ice, is now preparing for another trip to Newfoundland to continue his research in the  problems ot iceberg destruction. He  expects to leave wil".^ his party in two  weeks and will spend several months  continuing his work studying particularly the effects of thermite in cracking ahe icebergs and so making way  for weatlieaiug effects which lead to  their speedy destruction.  This will be the eighth iceberg expedition that Dr. l.arnes has oa*gan-  ized since 1010. He will be able lo  take tip the work where ho left, off  last sami.'ner and expects that tlae expedition this year will heat- parlicaahia*-  ly fruitful results.  Wise aaid experienced anollaers  know when their children are troubled with worms and lose no time an  applying Miller's Worm Powders, almost effective vei-mifuge. It is absolute, in clearing lhe system or -worms  ami restoiiaag those healthy com?1.- j  tious without which fhei*e can he no  comfort for the child, or hope of robust growth. Il Is a most trustworthy  worm citermliaaloi'.  English Boys Making Good  Brought   to   Canada   lor   Farm   Work  Have Proved Satisfactory  A   lotal  oT   \,','SM   l-higlish  hoys have  beeai moved fro.ni the Cld Country and  placed on furtinH In Quebec ntul Kasl-  ern   Ontario   by  the   I.SrUlsh  "limnlgrti-  tion  aiaad   Colnnl/.iiHoii  Association :i<*  cording   to   the   aeiiort   al   the   .-1111111111  lnoi'tiiag. Already ihl-a yena* the aassoel-  ������11 oaa ban inuved and placed   IOK boys,  and the lotal for the yenr is o\peeled  lo   ren eh   Im).      JMore    l.tiinia   JJS'a    por  ccaal, of Ihe boys luive laarneel onl hfil-  ihraclorlly, nnd avam*e than .ftS.OOt) bus  been   ma veil  by   Ihe'iti   from  (heir  earning* and placed In haaiks to he aiirned  over lo I hem when tin* periods of supervision tire muled.  ILabradoi*. He told something of his  plans when in Postoii'iecently to supervise the outfitting of the fishing  schooaier Kadio which he chartered  fa-oan the P.oston Maritime .Company  hs a companion shin to the Thrwdoiu.  The Itadio was loaded with wall-  board and other building material  winch will be used to erect a permanent, scientific shit ion near Kowk in  Northeraa Labrador. MacMallan's parly  Prince   I? 11 pert  terminal  _        _.   lias bouglat. a. site for a  big terminal elevator at Vancouver,  and will build 100 in Alberta this season 1.6 supplement the 42 acquired  last year.  GAINED IN HEALTH  AND in weight  Now Gives ?U1 the Credit to Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  "When a young   girl   becomes   pale.  numbers 25, of whom 12 will remaiir    complains of exhaustion at   the,  least  with  the  explorer   for  studies   of  the   exertioai,  3ihs   diz/.y  spells,  headaches  or stomach trouble, she should laiow  that These are some of the many  synaptoans of anaemia, .-'which mcsiias  that, her blood Is thin and weak. In  such conditions there is the most urgent, need for a tonic that will  promptly restore. 1lie missing qtuili-  ties to the. blood and thus bring back  health and strength. For this purpose there is no tonic can equal l>r.  Willia.ms' Pink Pills. Thousands of  weak and ailing glris have found new  health ami happiness through this  medicine. Miss Gladys V. Bond, Kent-  ville, N.S.. used this ia*eatanent successfully, and says:���������"I cannot praise  J>i\ Williams' Pink Pills too highly  for the. good they have done. me. I  was in a condition of very poor  health, suffered    from    severe    head-  botany, geology and fisheries of the  region.  The l.owdoin will carry the seieav  tlfic equipmeaai. and supplies, as well  a3 the snowmobile and dog. sleds. The  sieds will be driven by Kskunos far  into the interior in search of polar  bear and walrus.  Besides studying the salmon 'aaad  trout of Labrador, MacMilian hopes  to classify many other fish wteieh lie  says have long been known but have  not been given names by the natives.  Mystery of Science  Miles From Sea Coast  One of science's  choice morsels of  aches  and nervousness.    My  appetite  Hundreds   of   Live   Clams   Pound   20 , was poor, and    very    little    exertion  | would leave ane tired out. On the ad-  ' vice  of a friend  I decided to try IM*.  ,,     , ,    .   ���������        ,  ,     . . .Williams' Pink Pills. In a few weeks  mystery is believed lo have been un- U    be���������an   if)   focl   beWor> jm. appotiu,  covered   when   a   bed   of  hundreds  of j improved,    and   the   headaches   weio  live dams  was   found  on  the  Hide of j less frequent.    I continued the use of  I Scotia's   bluff,  twenty  miles  south   or i tll������ P������,a until-I  had taken six boxes,  !���������������������*.,. cji. ���������u, ������������������������,��������� ,.���������, ��������������������������� ai* \^T h������������s v^^^'vs.r's  I taance in land faonx the Pacafle'ocean. I pounds to 11.-1 pounds. For this rea-  \ Workmen opeiating a steani whovel ; son l atlvisie all weak girls to try this  'tin   the Northwestern   Pacific mil road. \ medicine."  1 'P.���������.    TVu. TH-S1! I.. n>r.'       -|-������U>).       Tlillc.        ������',>v  biting witla the shovel into the side i an^^-������������������ \\^m/^^^ ^  of the bluff, approximately :)-J0 leet j.vousnesa aaid stoaiarieh taoaible. Take  above seti level and some eighty feet [ them as a Lonic and| cultivate a resisl-  above   the   I-lel   river,  directly   below, i ance t.hsat will    keep    you    **yo1I    and  Irneed    ���������.    li'ilh    throut'h    the   hiwilvi-in l Sh'������11R' VoU     0Sin     K'H     lll0s<''     I"3  1.1 need a |Mth ihaoui.li llio blv\ ,ih i.m lhl.OURh any naediciam dealer or by  ������olony. Inatiil at fjOc a box froanThe Dr. Wll-  Those mtakliag the    discovery    saidjlium.M" Medicine Co., llrockvillo. Out.  the i'.latns did  not reneinble I lie  fresh  water   vai-lely.   but   wore   similar  the 'I'axor clum.i of h:iIi. water,  lo American Settlers Coming  Seven  Illinois farm pa-ospects  pass-  .. _     ed through Wlaaaaipog the other day on  Time   hns   Tested   it. Pr.   Thomas' i ll,,,lr AV!l*v to *orih Sai-kaicliewi.ia and  l-Iclectric Oil has been on the ninrkel. i Alberta, looking for likely districts 1o  aapwards of fifty years and in that \ setl le ... iia. They came from Chicago  lime It has i.rnvod n hlessliiK to t.Hou- } wllli C. .1. Hrougliton, Canndian Car-  saaads.    It is in high favor throughotil  Canada iind Us excellence has cnrrled  ll.h Tame beyond the seas. It il were  double the price Ii would be :i cheap  llnliinenl.  Juvenile Immigration  ,.  ernnaena agent at Chieiatm, and lelr,  wilh him on the Trans-Canada Limited, Ivai'gff motor pjsriles of fiirmers  are due in Wostriaa C.uaa������la this saiiia-  .nier,  according lo Mr, Kroiinlilon.  Visitor (ut sen<horc'i "I suppoHu  thfj-c's am (lunt-er in  balbiiu?   here.'"  Old Nai I ive - "Lor bless yer. no sir.  All ye ha-ve to do 1^ 10 keep away  f.veii lie- sharUH nil' liie siroiiK c.lir-  1 eul h "  *%  NSi^ m \*3^Isff "EJ5 t*tf ������ J������     tB^ ?���������     ^^P*gp *   W*  Food or water mny cause severe  ubdominal p������in������, but you cran  rcli<*v-t  (h������t*  Mfituny  wt oner with  ���������fiamber8ain*s Colic Be  9     1Ct\i'SmS*rrur.iPSi M.t*stu������mii,'Ui    1  f\���������,.������m"l������������������"-"iV5rf>v., BitVBIfijrfVr -u-mi4  VV.  1 ������s7  A correspond ont. notes a 3111111 In  Chicago a'aai over a gii*l while alrivltiR  to 11 hull where he -wan to give it  lecture, ou ���������'Ihablio Safely" aiul shg  Rests Ihut he begin his :a<ldress to 1hn  i.ltiilge wilh: "I'luiM-'iistonai-d ais I am  lo   public  speeding   .     .     .     ."  ' (VUnartl's Linhaaeutt for Insect bltea.  1 Growth c* Calanry  1     Cjiln.'irv'H iiopiilnlioai is oufl niul oil ill  ; SI.SSll   by   the   I!l27   I hMiderson'.^   City  ' lilieciory,  :i  copy  of which   linn  been  , received   ill    lhe*   Herald   olllce,     The  I directories  coiu-ais   I'or   IH27   tihowri  tin  inerenKc   of  :i,!)lilt   over   Hint   of   IIIHU.  Tile    l>imillihvti    cell uas   of    Ifl'-hl   gives  lhe  popuhitioii of Cnlgniy  us <*.".,!>I;l,  For Catarrh,--it is one of the chief  recunianendnlloaiH of .Dr., Thoaaaas'  KM lee. trie Oil that It ctiii be used In-  lefiiully wll-h 11s aaaucla Hticeess us It  eiin outwardly. Suffei-erH rronu cat-  aiii't'la will hnd ahat the Oil wlien used  aiccoi'dlnK lo directions, tvill give  prompt relief, Mnuy sulfea-ors from  1hisi allriient hnvo found relief In the  Oil and  lunve nenl  lesllmnnhils.  Were  Unusually Tail  There aro  ninny  well-lauHieulIcatod  liii-diiiueH    of    cvtraordlniiry     height.  Duke  ,'lnlui  h'reUorlck,  of  Jlriinnwlck,  aviis S   fl. :>  In,;   one oT  lhe  Pi'iasHliua  flunrd wm als��������� HI'l. ������ In,    O'llileta, 1h������  Irish  gluial, whose  skelolon  Is lu 1ho  ] Colleg"   e-T   l-'Mrr'.-MMi.*;.  K.ondo������������,  1*  Il   ft.  I   In.  Mlnard'a   Uolm������nt for ftBiracbe.  Over     80,000     Children     Brought     to  C-anada by Various Societies  The annual report  for  iy2.V2tJ of 0.  Ilogu'e  Snaiaa-I,  Hupi.U'vlsor   of  ,lu\eulle  liniaiigrnllon. 1n   the    *Deparlineaal     of  Immlgraillon  mad   Colonl/.alIon,  shows \ e  Ihaa  slni'e    lhe year ISfJS the tiu.inhor  of children, sent to C'londn. by various [  philanthropic tigencien or sociolios,  Ih  S;i,88������,     or   lliesu   2<',.r>ri*>   have   come \  from   the  l������r. Ihirnardo Homes, while.  I wo oilier agencies  thnl   have brought  M.R7S   and   r>,nLv!)   .lilVenlloH  aesjiecllvt!-  Iy,  huvo aaow   aimalp-iunaled  with  tho :  ihia'Uiti'il.o  IriHtllutlon,     l<'oi'   lhe   yeiar !  end Ins   March   IDat.   I02fi.    I.SH2   childrenI.fiflO bnys  and  *^72 glils- were  baouglit  out. to Canada.  A nelical in Oklahoma City hist fall  offered to accept cotton lu payment  ot Hill Ion arid about 200 Nhideiits took  wdviaiitaigu of Ihe opportunity,  Soft corns iia-o dlllleuU to eradlcale,  but Ilollowny's Corn Iteniover will  draw  ihcin out pulnlossly,  huv  e   you  Tenclier:   ,,Wlui1   excuse  for being so late?"  .lohiuiy (broalhle.ssly >: "I ran so  fast, lonelier, thai I -Idhln't luive Hane  to   think one up."  **mmW*msmm*mm*mm*mmmmm*mm^^  JtSLvJi 1/J.-H. JJLAi^/������  1  Spread     Mim  ird's  on  brown  paper and  a.  iply  to  the  Hiront.  Aho Inliiilc.  Quh  ���������k  tell  ef    as-  siiiefl. *   ...--a?     P*  / (J f-   ?  ���������f������r  f *^?v< '??���������������':' yv  1 -I:������ FMTi ������ t ;j������^\*.;.  .!">.  HARM ANY   I    Judges Are Criticized  ja*ra.a-&if������*vri1i &      j  TGENEYAMEET  Importance   of   Co-operation   Between  Police  Officers  and   Magistrates  is Stressed  Vancouv*  ���������r.���������Criticisaji'  of  Geatefa. ��������� Cell oil iatioai is taking  ehsipe among the divergences of the  ���������powers studying naval disarmament  hero. Great Britain's desire to reopen affairs arranged at the Washington naval conference may bo partially  appeased by a proposal from the  United States delegation t0 adopt a  resolution agreeing that any aii-range-  iiient made at Geneva will not prejudice ������he ageaida oat the .second Washington conference "to be. held in 1031.  There emerged: from a discussion  between Hugh Gibson, head 61 tlie  iJraited Stales delegation, and Admiral Saito of Japan, the possibility  'that i he Japanese .sensitiveness on  the point of. inferiority iai cruiser  strength might be soothed bi" a pa*o  jnosltloai to make the relative  .strengths of the ITnited States and  Japan 5-3-4: rather than. 5-3.  Indications are that the Amea-icans  expect no insuperable difficulties in  establishing the proportion.  Iai. the British-American matter of  re-opening the affairs of the Washy  Ington conference, it Is pointed out \  that by tlae very terms of the Washington treaty the nations must convene to determine *. whether tho developments of science justify any  anodificatiou of ahe Washington, de  cisioiis as to the size of battleships,  cruisers and aircraft-can -lea's. This  incidentally would bear on the recent  trans-Atlantic flights of Lindbergh  and Chamberliu, which have raised  the question whether alreraft-ean-iers  should not be increased in size and  number to meet tlie rapidly developing speed of inter-continental air  eoi.ttnaunica.tion.  If the Japanese plan were accepted,  it would give Great Britain ai considerable higher percentage of war-  craft than, the United States, and  some way must be found in jugg'ing  all three plans to "establish parity, on.  paper at least, between the two Anglo Saxon nations, leaving the United  Slates people io decide wholher thoy  wish to build up to the treaty-dcclaree.  parity.  Suffragists Mold Dinner  Celebrate   Twentieth   Anniversary   of  First  One   Imprisoned   in  London  London.���������Twenty years ago .luaie 21  the  lirst suffragists saw the inside of  Hollow-ay Jail. Thjs was Miss Billing  ton,  now   Ma*s.   BUlingLon  Grelg,   who  luid  emphasized  her opinions on  the  women of Great Britain being deprived of the right to vote by creating a  disturbance outside  of  the   residence  supreme  i-and--county court judges who quashed  ; importmit convictions on technical!--  ties of law without due consideration  of the seriousness of tlio crime involved was made by Police Magistrate  IT. C. Shaw before the opening session  of the 23rd annual convention of the  Chief Constables" Association ol" Canada here recently.  In stressing the importance of cooperation of police officers with  judges and magistrates, lie declared  it should be greatest with the latter,  who deal with crime and not laws.  Advocation of elimination oi  municipal and political influence in  police forces was m.-ule in the report  of Assistant Inspector William Wallace, Toronto, secretary-treasurer of  the association.  "* "I know* of no change in our provincial statutes so uigent as the  adoption of a law that will remove  police department from political 1 and  municipal influences'and interferences  and place them under the control of  a responsible and independent police  commission," lie said.  uavc  Justified  aim  ��������� *���������   rn  For Self Government  People     of  Are  Wires Assistance  IMi'eofing the treat.*-)tent of a ea*i  ally injured sailor  190 miles away  by  Irish      Free     State  Prosperous  Chicago,     Ills.��������� Moat.     Timothy     A.  Smiddy,  Ii-ij-h Free State Minister  to  Washington, speaking before the Norman Walt  Harris   Memorial   Institute  i of the University of Chicago, declared  that "the people of the Irish Free  State  have  already     amply     justified  i their claims to be allowed to govern  themselves."?  Prof. Smiddy traced the progress  of Southern Ireland since her recog  nition as a separate nation within  the 11 i.-i 1 ish Fviipfre. A constitution  had been written and the foundations  for a prospea-ous business life had  been laid. Kconomie piosperity had  followed political freedom ami "the  more  this   freedom   is  an   established  BRITISH LABOR  lOVIET SLAYING  MV  c  , fact the more absolute equality of the  wireless and theaeby saving the man's ; t.toflw  nt: rhia   u.-.uU   VvMh   si���������ra   ���������.������������������  life  has   been the .experience  of  SuH that'of'ureal  Britain  herself  and  of  geon Taylor of  the   Canadian  Pacific,^ oUun.   IJominions   IVu,nifests  steamship     .Mismedosa    photographed '] j     tJl  above.    On May- 20 a wireless was re- ��������� ���������.,.���������+,,,.  The Empire Educational  Delegates Are ^Welcomed With Cordial  Speech by Prince of Wales  London: ��������� The Prince of Wales  opened the K.npii*e education conference iu t he boaa*d of education's offices  with a brief, cordial speech of welcome. Later he chatted with the delegates aud shook hands with each.  The proceedings were private, but  the c-'ilicial report issued at the close  reports the speech of Dr. F. W. Mar-  chant, chief director of the department of education of Oaasario.  Da*. Merchant declared fhe introduction of a more practical element  into the primary course made children more interested, improved the  attendance and led to the raising ot  the school-leaving age to 1.6 years.  A greater flow into secondary or  post-primary schools also was stimulated. It was now agreed that close  co-operation between the school and  employer was neAnl&il to prepare pupils for trade, he pointed oait.  ceived that John Pope, a sailor of the  American vesselNatirai*    was    badly  injured  by a   fall  sixty  feet  fa*oin  the  cross trees of the ma-;t. The two ships  were  nearly  200 miles  apart,  but   the  coui'se of tlie Miauaedosa was altei*ed  j and they hove to towards the end  ot  ! the day.    The injured man was trans-  ) ferred   to  the Minnedosa's     hospital  L0RFer������nCC j ������u<l  aboard  that  ship  was  rushed  to  I a Quebec hospital.    Tin? accident, took  place in'mid-Atlantic.  w uiCu     unit  the  British  lions.  ii sen.  ordering of  her   own  life,  1 he  will    be     the    moral    bonds  to   her   associates xTi  London. ��������� The fervent hope that  executions in Soviet Russia such as  those.of the recent 20 alleged ������owiitor-  revolutionists ��������� will', cease was voiced  in a resolution adopted at. a joint  meeting of the executive committee of  the Labor Party and of the genei-al  K. I council of the Trades Onion Congress.  "While recognizing the Soviet  Government's indignation at the murder of M. Voikoff (Soviet minister at  Warsaw)," the resolution said, "we  are obliged to protest against the  execution of persons, innocent thea-eof  as a reprisal."  The conference also adopted a resolution expa-essing "uncompromising  opposition to the Oovemment's ircio-  sals for the so-called reform of the  Mouse" of Lords."  fi������'i  '.We   are   of. the   ������>*oiuio.e.   that  fhe  Common wealLh     of    na- | T-Iouse   of   Commonsshould     be     the  ��������� ������������������ ,   ! supreme    authoa-ity      in      legislation  '.'The more this absolute equality is  realized in fact the great er will become our friendship for Great Britain;  the greater will be solidarity of the  British eoMtmouwealth through eon-  t.Gjitiiiojit an>Gi>0 tlie peopie oi. l������ie  .TrJsh' Free Slate anl their kith  kin."  and  ir iaa ON  CIGARETTES WILL  ORCE  an finance and that the hereditary  upper chamber should be abolished,"  the'resolution said.  School in Russia  Ottawa.-���������The cigaretle stamp tax  reduction application to lhe tariff advisory board stands adjourned until  next  tall.  W. TT. ' Moore, chairman of the  board, stated that a date for the further  hearing of this natter  would  be  The I  Filling Russia's Order  For Canadian Horses  First Ship;Yient Will Be Entirely From  British  Columbia  Ottawa.���������The first shipment of Bus-  sia's -order for -L,U00 Canadian horses  will   leave   Quebec   about   July   1!>,   il  Campbell-Bannermnii. i ������"us  announced at   the  department of  named as soon as possible.  1 applicants, the Inipeiiai Tobacco  j Conpany Bid., Montreal, alien would  j likely be asked to submit, whatever  j further evidence the board desired iu  ! support of 1:1 io company's request for  I a reduction iu the stamp tax froaaa ?(������  I-to  $3  per thousand.  i  i  Children of British Reds Sail for Moscow   Without   Passports  London.���������The Daily  Mail says  that  six children of    British    Communists  have     left     Liondou      for     Lenhigrao.  'aboard   the   Soviet   st< amer .'Youshar,  I notwithstanding    the     Home     Socre-  ! tary's refusal to grauir thein passports.  | Five boys about  \'2 yctu-s of age. and  ! a  girl  of the  same  age, are  voyaging  ! to  Russia   in  response  to  the Jnvafa-  1 tion   of   Moscow,  apparently   l'or   pnr-  | poses  of  education.  of  Sir    Henry  then premiei\  .Mrs. Billiaigton-Crreig, with some  thiity women of the suffragist movement ot" that time, cefcebajaled lhe  twentieth anniversary of her iaupris-  onmeait by a dinner.  Mrs.- Emnieline Pcinlcliursl. aaid her  daugliter tMarislubol who were  amongst, the eaallest tail'ferers of iViii-  prh'-.oniaiont in connection with the  British women's movement for suffrage, were not represented. Nevertheless, the gathering included soaaic  iailcresting pei\soiialitlos.  Edmonton Boy Soloist  Kilanoaatoti.���������Believed to bo the first  lime that ji Cantadhiai boy' has been  eho.'.cn King's Chorister, Hob or t  Hetiry P.'slnmr, laoy i:oka!c*.t oi' !!o!y  Taiaaity Church si aid i-oti of Col. B.  Pnlaaier, D.S.D., rorm^r commander of  'he 'IIX.Ii overseas liattalloia. has accepted the poHltliiii of probation choir  boy In ������t. na'orge'H Chapel, Windsor  t'tisllo, l-Jnghind. Thn offer ctiiue  through Dk'. FtdlowuM, who ticc.ompiui-  led the Went ml usler choir on ihela-  Cnanidhin four a few months i������ko and  lieuni  Muster  Pul.uiea* slug liere.  a gra cult aire.  "Those  horses    naauberiug  inately 1,400 will all be from  yinee  of   Bri ish   Columbia,  nininder   part   ol:    the   order  A ler.glhy session was largely consumed in the evadeiac'-: of witnesses  in respect ao ihe smuggling of jt-ig-.;i*-  ettes trom the United States into'  Caaiada, estimated hy David A.. Patea-- I  soai, president, of the company lo  amount to 'KKi.OOO.OOO nnmially. I  J' Murphy, lobaccimist, Windsoa, j  Out., said about l*J.0e0.t)h0 cigarettes 1  were brought aurofts the line at the j  Border <.'alios, each yej*a*. j  A.   Aaager,   private   detective,   Moaa- I  nppro?.i-   li'eal,   dei^lared   the   arnoaint   of   duty j  fhe pro- ! charged by customs cllieers at difrer- j  The   re- j ont points of entry  in Cn.nadi\ vjii'ien.!  will    he   in the same qamlily of i it?ai*eilos.     In j  i Moscow's invitation, was annouueeu  I on May .13 and after a discussion  | in the papers .it "was saailed ou-.Tune  118 that the floveriintent, had-decided-  to refuse passports, thus establishing a precedent, as hereto]ore pass-  | ports have not been refused unless  the applicant had boon convicted of  a  crime.  Tlae aiext step was a declaration by  A. .1. Cook, secretary of the Miners'  Federation of Great l.rltaiaa, thait a  way would be fouaad to send . the  childaoaa despite the Cover/uncut.  This serais  to  have  been done.  Would Purchase Paper .Mills.  Race    Between    Canadian    and     U.S.  Companies to Secure Plant  in Newfound land  St.   .Tohar,     Nfd.���������-A.     race     heiween  Canadian and  United States interests  to obtain a foothold in the Xewfoiand-  1and/ pulp and   paper   industry   devel-  | oped when a large Canadian eorpora-  i lion   notified   thS" Covernment.   thai' it  desired to purchase the paper mills at -  Corner I3i*ook  on  the  West Coast.  The In tea-national Paper Company  of New Vork aheady v.as uegoi inii.-ig  for this properiy.  The   name   of   ihe   Canadian      nun-  was una dnulgcd but it was said  offered,   were   considerably  more favorable l'aoaii. the poiatt of vi.w  of  ihe.  government  than those ol*  the  internal tonal.     The    ga-eat     plant    tit  Corner Brook was built by Newfoundland and British capital, the two governments   guaranteeing  the   bonds  of  the enteaprise;..-.Recently the company  operating fhe mills asked the government for permission to sell to the in-.  temalinoal   at  the  same   time   asking  foa- certain   concessions  for  the   Inttcr  corporation.  pany  the   terms  filled   by   the   purchase,   of   horses   in j one store in Detroit he had .seen near  Musiiiobu. Saskatchewan and  Albert a.  The avoratge price of the whole order  of  1.000 head will be,  it is esi L.nan-d,  arouaid  530 each, **-  ly 54 CanadtuuH enter wifliiai ilvo  inantiles ao purchas.* cigareties lo  bi-Iug back to flit- Uonuiiion.  Visible to Naked Eye  Crop Prospects Good  Vancouver.���������Ih-ospccts  point  to    a  Miameapolls,   Mima.  Poias-Win- i ^ood crop Ihrourj-laout the prairies l.liis  Ruined  By  earthquake  lamiloia.- -An enrllMiuake on Maiy 2!l  ruined ihe greater part of IJiangchoiv,  Jn the northern suirf of ICUuagsu pro.-  iaicu  iieur  lhe -Mongollaai  border, it   is  :-opoa-<ed   Iia  despatches   from   Shanghai,    A mesHiigo received hy Iho Dully  MaiII   snyK   the   ulalef   aiinglstrale   aaid  many othera weu-e killed aaid   'hut all  llio  towtii-.s. of Iho  cily gates ati'.d lavo  ���������paiKodtia, ���������i.Ofit) ynni'H old, lveae doiviol  lnhed.  W.    W.     V.    1CE7  necke, lhe c;miet: without, a tail, cnnie  within. 3,000,000 nailes of the earth  June I'lst, and vvmh visible to the  naked eye. The earth, according to  Prof. Wlll-tam O. Beale, of the University of Minnesota, drew ihe comet  from .its ooiir.m for it short, lime, but  the greater msigiiofli! forces oi the sun  drew Pons-Wlnnecke baick to lis run-  ultir path,  Trophy Cornea  Weat  Monta-eail.���������TrauiHconji  won   alio   an-  nun I  Hynfcaai   lire  lirigaidn   coanpeiltlon  organized   by   the   Insnaance   depart-  mnnt   of the Cnnadltin   National   Uaall-  Ml"  ways aaaal the trophy will go West foa*  tlae first I Jane auid I'otiOHe In Winnipeg  foa- at lojiHl. ono yeair. Second plac<a  went to tlio Buttle Cie������-lr, MJch., leaun.'  I.ondoia, (Jut., camo.tliirtl ana! Monc-  lon,  N.B., foui-ih.  Wine 400 Mile Marathon  CnmtB PaiHH, Oregon, -Maul Bull,  Kaiiok I nil Ian ranii,>r llnlHhed^tho -18<l  anile Uedwood Highway marathon  here 10 .miles ulieaid of Flying Cloud,  his ueitreHt rival land 30 nillefi ahead  of Me Ilka, a /.wan I, tlae third runner.  Ho wlam n prize of JI.OOO,  i year, stated r.enlio If. Boyd, chaii-man  | or the Board of Grain Commissioners  1 for Caaiada, on  his  arrival   here.  Western Pioneer Dead  Sheriff  Peter Guian of  Edmonton   Had  Varied  Career  l'klanoni.on.---Shei*iff Peter JJLyjuii. of  the judicial riding* of Aihuhusca aaad  Pence I liver, who came to Alberta 11  years rgo. fa-oiia Scotland. 10 enter  the eanjiloy of lhe Mudsoaa's Hay (Company, died Juiib 21. ail. the age of 03  years. The life of this pioneer was r.i  varied one, as he acted us iKuborrs  Bsiy liicloa*. farmer, and |><-;-<ia,lnioii fishery inspector, and ak*-o represented  the pi'ovhacial ridinix of l������fi(.* Sle. Anne  for eight years, ha flit; Albea-ta Legislature, lie Avas appointed sheriff in  111 HI.    Iai   politics he was a   Liberal.  C.P������R/s New Mountain Car  One of the firm: photographH of tlae  new type of niounialn observation car  being lined Hueceamfiilly this t-oason  hy the Canadiaai Pacific Railway Company. The ear in seen attached to the  reiar of lhe ' Tranta-Caanadn, the crnck  ttuiuiiioa* traiiH-coaatlneiital of fla������  C.lMt.. Just aw it Ih about lo lone 1t-  ������ielf behhaal the lofty penltiH that nan*-  konaad the mountain renort of ihuirr.  type   of   05.������-si air   car   re-  opeai-loi������   used   iaa   former  yeiai's anal  1h  r.'oiaHJdcred   fair tmporlor  Changes King's Title  Royal    Proclamation    Has    Been-   Received   at   Ottawa  Ottawa.-���������Oilicial   copy  of  the   royal  pa-ockiaaaatioaa     recently     Issued     from";  Bnr-kiiaghitiia palace,, changing Ihe title  of His "Majesty the Iving, was recei-. ed  by the departmienl     of    seerelai-y     nC  slate.  The new sitle of !liJ. .Mtaje.siy, whi������-b  was approved at. ihe J.n������p"iial Conl'fr-  ! eaace last fall, tM> as io accord Aviih ihe  ! allered .stale of atTah'S ari.sin-t; fi*������������ .1  I the esffibllHluncnt of the Irish Preo  , State  a.s  a   doniinion.  Is:   "Goni-gc   V,,  by the Ki'tace of Cod, of Great Britain,  j Ireland and the Hrlfish Dominions h������--  ! yond ahe Seas, King, Defender of alio  ' Palih. Diup'-roi* of India ,r  Opens   War  on   Speeders  Quebec,���������Ueleaitlerts      war      j'^cinsr.  autoiiioblle    spi edea\s    and    suipmiiry  suspeiaslon   of   the   licenses   of   ihcvo  1 eauight.  exceeding   the  speed   lliuii   of  the   law   Is  the   uhianatataai   laid   do^ 11  by   lion.   .1.   B.     Perron,     Minister    of  [ Highways   for   tuiebec.     -'Auto   rid lata;  ��������� has become the grnal   snniaaaer Hpori."  'said   Mr.   Perron,   "but   unfortunately  :ihe  peelertritin i-ain hnrdly veaainie en  I our   highways   without   danger   ������o   Uio  anil   IJ.uah."  j AncLhcr Disitance rii������ht Phuincd  j Prague, I.'siocho-Sloa aikhi. - 'I'wo  I (.'/.echo-Slovak alraaaen, Caplaiai I'Vautr*  1 Mulkovsky. and , lileiil. Bitdwig Pav-  i luriky have annoiiuced their inienihm  to ily from Prague to New Vork and  'return In Augitsl. Th^lr 'pUuic stud Hs  ! moloris   will  be     of    Cweeho-SUirisakiau  aiiauufacauie.  The   new  plair'OH   lhe   o|ieu-ioi������   aascu   in   former i  Beer in Ontario  on account of fhe roof which offers > 'roronlo.--'ni������ (Juuirha. Lienor r,m-  uniple protection Trom tho nun or I n.o! i\nnvt\ annnuiired n,;.i ii uoiild  frona n jiiihhIhit id.ower, Tbe central I a|1<nv ,iu, H���������|��������� of j,,.,,,- j������j (|���������. j,,^ HU,\  portion of lhe can- Im encloised iu Klaaa l1in( i;|UM-o woaild be H i-educalou lu  utiad heated. ThlH^new d.-piartua'c In L,,-!,^, According to Hie aaauiouuci-  ohseaaiilloia card thaw calei-H to (lie ! ,m.n1, buyerw hImo will be able io pur-  vau-kcU wb'laes -of tlae -puosfncera. jchtthc beer direct from the bicuerhM. WHS''<nsiB&nMni' smrWEW  ^^'  ���������'���������'W-Ssfcp  1  Jubilee E  jcarcises  stalwarts from she strawberry  centre* with Geo. Huscroft as anchor, had an easy win. Those mak  iaag up the winning team were:  A. Wickholm, W. Hook, C. Ogil  vie, E. Uri, G. Huscroft, F. Love-  strono, Alf. Omnia as and Oscar  Stanberg. The other winners  were:  Junior boys race?���������Bill Craig, Carl Ny-  gaavd, Campbell York.  Junior -girls���������Jean   Ryckntan. Olive  Ryckrnan,  Bab Speacer.  tt> 1  r.        n, ___*       T>��������� .... ~  ijujs     unucr f ������.lty UiO uCi     uc������aii,  Clifford York, Irving Ferguson.  Girls     under      7���������Clara     P?ygaai*d,  D.tisy Trevelyan; Helen Q.nnsni.  Boys    ajiider 12-���������Herbert   Couliisg,  Hunter Putnam, Bill Ferguson,  Girls nnder 12���������Dorothy  McDonald,  Helen Browed Clara Nygaard.  Boys   under     14���������Maurice    Kelsey,  Prank Byrne, John Nygaard. -  G:i-!s nnder 14���������Mttrrgarefc   Nygaard,  Eleanor Blaia\ Lillian rreveiyan.  Boys 100 yard   dash���������Herbert Coaling- Maurice BLelsey, Frank Byrnes,  Boys  sack    race���������Gerald     Phillips  Herbert Cooling,   Douglas Spiers.  _ Men's   100 yard dash���������Fred  Lewis,  tJall Potter, both of \ abk.  Men's   sack   race���������Fred   Lewis,   E.  Gardener.- '  Tug of War���������Wynndel beat Creston  Best Indian costume���������Old Nick.  Bestjsqiaaw costume���������Helen Do tunic  Best Indian dancer���������Moses.  At baseball Yahk got an earlv  lead and was never headed,  although Creston   made   a    strong  sss  Your focKet  653  used as  a  bank has many dis*    j  advantages.. -  Money carried in. it Is easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  or stolen.  Weekly deposits in our Savings Basils  ���������will accumulate rapidly- 9  il  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000*000  Reserve Fond $20,000,000  _������ *Q������ *���������������������*'*'������ T *ai *f% ������3m  Uur  The Bank was established in. 1875, and in  the course of fifty years Branches have been  established from time to time at carefully  chosen joints. The service at all Branches is  local and personal, but it is also world "wide in  scope. A moderate sized Bank���������not too machine-likes���������with a friendly interest in its clients.  IfViPERlAJL   BANK  C. W. A3LLAN,  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH-,  .Manager.  1927   FORD   PRICES  These  Prices ������.o.b.  Erickson ,  Touring -$(603.00  Touring���������Sport:  710.50  Ru naboaa t ..-. 582,00  Sport Roadster  680.00  Coupe  754.00  Tudor  769.00  Fordor- ~. 836 00  Chassis  489.00  LiKht Delivery  592.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truck   515.00  Truok, Starter  585.00  Rnokstell Pass     70.00  Rnokstell Truck  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE Si ATI ON  P. BURNS & GO*, Ltd-  MEAT MERCHANTS  f,TRY OUK  shAM&OCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dlflh, ������any to servo.  Shamrock Br ana HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, hip-heat quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  nil variation.  Choicest BEE1% PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BL'RNS9 IDEAL POULTRY POOD  SrH:r(*3������������fH fjrjg proilMi-tion ranil prortu<:eH holter poultry.    Ehiy tho boat.'  finish and kept the final score to  ii-13. In the evening there was  a display of ���������"tireworks and both the  pioture show? and dance in the  Grand theatre vbaU room were  largely at-t������n^le<3.  Creston brass   band   of   sixteen  pieces, under tlie   leadership  of W.  G. Hendy, provided music without  stint throughout, the afternoon and  their efforts:meant very  "much   in  making   the :qay   the    all   ronnd  success   it   proved   tr  be.    While  many citazeaia lent   a   helpiaig hand  on   the   several,   oommifcteea   that  were   responsible     for   the   day's  doings and are deaervin**? of   com  mendation for .their unselfish effort,  special mention is   daae Major Mai [���������  landaiiae and   Ohas.   Murrell,    tlao j 1  celebrsitioai chairman and seca*e ary, j  whe    devoted no   end   oi   time in  arranging the details,    mad   whose  extra effort contributed much to the  success and pleasasre of tlae occasion.  agggs  SAffj  Don't ^ou think it Would be good business to hai>e$our  APPLE    BOXES     and    APPLE    CRATES  ti  delivered NOW, so as to avoid ihe ris&h  l&ier  on?  For orders placed before August 1st we will date the  invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 10 days from August 1st.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  EtrleMmon  Roadster and Towing ��������� $ 867  <ns*  BlRTH���������On July 6th, to Mr. and Mrs  "Walter V. Jackson, a daughter.  Miss Fea-Rtason, a former teHchar at  Erickson, who was on Lhe staff nt  Fernie the past year, as spending a  few days with Mrs. Frank staples en  route to her home at Midway.  Mi-, and Mis. K. Hind man (nee  Craigie). of Portland, Oa*e��������� with Mr.  and Mrs. Coles of the same city,  arrived on a visit with Ma*, and Mrs.  J. m, Craigie in time for Lhe Confederation Jubilee celebration,  Friday.  Mrs. Bam ford of Nelson was hea*e  for the   Dominion   Day  celebration, a  guest of Mr. aaad Mrs. Bundy.-  Ma-s. Stanley Peck and children of  Edmonton, Alberta, are here for their  usual suaiaanei- holiday visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  Mr. Fulton of the horticulturist  staff of the Docninion department cf  agricnlatiire, Ottawa, was a Satua-day  visitor with his uncle, Geo. Hobden,  en route to Vancouver.  3ordon Hull of Ti'ail,, formerly on  the staff of the Bank of Cotumerce at  Creston, was a wetekend guest of W.  R. Long.  a 11 orsvious records for a single  day's express business were smashed  on Wednesday, when there was an  outgo of 468 crates of fruit. 395 of  which were strawberries. 42 goose  berries, 24 cherries, 3 raspberries and  4 boxes of rhubarb.  The raspberry shipping season  opened on Wednesday with the Jen-  ner and Ed. Martin ranches being  first to anarket this fruit this year.  Sovar cherries naade taieir first appearance on Tuesday, the first of these  were froan the Haskins and Long  ranches.  -  1114  Coupe ���������.  ���������   Sedan��������� ��������� ��������� ���������.��������� ��������� '-  Landau Sedan ��������� ���������- ���������  Roadster Delivery ��������� 824  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  -Ton Truck   ��������� ^^^ ^^^^ _ -  mm  All kinds of  Used  (Jars  For Sale g  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALJV5ER    &.    MAXWELL  SS������VSeE ON ANYTHSNG OPERATED @Y GASOLINE  i  The annual school meeting will take  plane at the echoolhouse on Saturday  night when the ratepayers will he  abked to vote $2000 to carry on educational work the ensuing year. The ������������������.������������������������,,.,.  terms of office of Trustee B. Cart- r&lasaer.  wriRht and Aaadator E. J. C. Richardson have expired.  war team putting it all over Oreston,  who put on an extra man in an effort  to win.  The most disastrous fire in Wynn-  del's history occurred early Sunday  morning when the entire stock off  lumber in the J. B. Winlaw yard*?,  estimated at four million feet, was  destroyed by fare. Hard work on the  part of the fire fighters saved the mall  A feature of the term-end report of  Wynndel school as the high standing  taken by pupils in botany work, Olaaa  Witttnan turning in a project book  showing a collection of 245 different  kinds of wild flowers to take first  place in the senior grade, whilst June  Wigen had ga showing~of 105 to stand  first in the junior grade pupils.  The principal. Miss Cherrington,  announces the honor roll winners in  Division 1 as follows: Proflcencv���������  David Taylor. Depoi'tment���������EUen  Hagen. Begailariityand Punctuality���������  AHun Wood and Mary Abbott.  .SYNOPSIS OF.  ! Am^-TT iimunuciyTQ  In order of merit, promoted from  Grade 7 to Grade 8���������Alice Davi.o,  Yvonne Moisson, Konstein Wattman,  Whitfield   Abbott.    On ti aai���������Vernon  mimmmmm  wu  WwfjyffBMtioI  H. F. Packmitn left last week for  Trail, where he expects to he steadily  eanployud foi the next few montha.  Bob Foxall left last week for Nelson  where he is rejoin?ug the office staff of  the Associated Growers.  Matt. Hagen, who is working at  Slocan, was a weekend visitor with  his family here.  T. Diansouth arrived from Yahk on  Thursday night,  and spent,   the holiday with bin family here.  Mrs. lloflindiile was a visitor with  Crnnbroolc friend-* for tho Confederation Jubilee celebration.  After a week's visit with the'family  atWylandel, Clem. Payette returned  to Trail on Monday.  Witla tho weather clearing at the  first of tho week tho strawberry  harvest   Ib    now    nearing  the    peak.  Including TUaai'iulayV. otigo the |Wft  cooler hiiB shipped twelve straight  cui'fl to date,  Monb of the Wynndel ranchoiH  nautical berry picking ������vnd paekiriRH"  nw to be through by noon and wore  thuH able to take in fche big celebration  at Creation limt Friday. It was a  -Front? il������������v ' for Wvmailnl, a' niitlve  diuaglitei,- Miwft. Irene HaaHci'oft, being  crowniid iul)ihke nun^n, nnd the ti������K of  Promoted from Grade 6 to 7���������Mary  Abbott, Melville Hugen, Andy Hagen,  Hulph Glusier and Gilbert Payette.  Promoted from Gaode 5 to Grade  6���������Ellen Hagen. Billy Wood, Doi-othy  Moon, Mabel Glasier, Marion Moon,  Qmvuld Payette.    On trial���������Ruth Joy.  Mit<fl Severn announaes the honor  roll winners in Division 2 an follows:  Proficiency���������Hilda Hagen. Regularity  Punctuality���������Bertha Geli������tte. Deportment���������Inith Wood. Best work during year: Girls���������Hilda Hagen. Boys���������  Elmer Davie.  MacLuan Writing Certificates:  Grade 1���������Inith Wood, Ronald Wall,  June vvigwii. LtUiih Abbott. Grud������������  2���������Elmer DaviH, Ida Glasier, Deone  Schmidt, Kenneth " Watson. Grade  B���������Bertha Gelette, Leonard Odette,  Hilda flagen, Blanche MoIhuou,  Esther Wittmnn, .Tames Wood.  Grade 4���������Kenneth Packman.  In oa*dcr of   merit,   promoted   from  tirade I Junior   to   Grade 1   Senior���������  Margaret Bathie,  Jamea Gelette, Os  wald Uri.  Promoted from Grade 1 Senior to  Gnirlo 2 Junior���������Inith Wood, Ronald  Wall.  Promoted fa*om Grade 2 Janitor  to Grad'ia 2 Senioa-���������Juno Wigen, Deah  Abbott, Elinor Hagen. Allaai Cooper.  Promnted from Qrtvde 2 Senior to  Grade 3��������� Ida Glanier, Etiner Davia>,  Clara Wlttmun, Alvin Hagen, Oainp-  hell Payette, fOnneth Watt son.  I'rmnotnil fa*on������ Grade 3 to Grade  A���������Hilda. Hagen, Bertha Gelette,  Efirher Wittm-Hii, Jininay Wood. On  trial���������Jjonnard Gelette.  Promoted from Grade 4 to (Grade  C ���������CScargC H-H^RMv. K ^ruMM.h PurVmom.  Lawrence Davits, N<id Bathie, Ht't loan  OPnor.    On t������hil l*oy AnileHtad.  PRE-EMPTION������  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  Jrown lan^a may be pre-empted by  B-fitisix subjects over 18 years of age,  and by altena on declaring intention  i.o becoraa British, subjects, conditional upon residence, ' occupation,  and improvement for agricultural  purposes.  Full information* concerning regu-  ationa regardingf pre-emptions is  given in Bulletin No. 1, JLtand Series.  "How to Pre-empt Land." copies 'of  which can be obtained free ot charge  by addressing tho Department of  *Lands, yictoria������ B.O, or to any Government Agent.  Records will be rsranted covering  only land suitable tor agricultural  purposes, and which is not timbar-  land, !,������., carrylaaff over 5,000 board  feet per owre waot of the Coast Rango  and 8,000 feet p������r acre east of that  Kongo.  Applications tor pre-emptions are  to be addaraased to the liuad Commissioner of the Xiand Recording Division, In Which the land applied for  is oituotod, and. ore made on printed  forma, copies ot which can be obtained Cross th-s Ssaai C^sssijnl-tsHloner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five yearn and improvements knade  to value oat $10 per acre, Including  clearing- and cultivatino at least five  acares, before a Crown Orant can be  received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Xjand."  %    .  PURCHASE ������  Applications aro received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland.  for agricultural purposes; minim vim  price of first-class (arable) land Is $K  per acre, and second-clous (gracing)  land IS.ffO per aore. Further information regarding purchase or lease  of Crown lands is given In Bullotl-n  No. 10, l^and Series, "IPurohaao ana  Incase of Crown ^ands,"  Mill, taotoiry, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may ho purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment oi  stumpage.  HOMESITE   LEASES  Unaurveyod areas, not exceeding 20  nnr*������, may Urn leased as ' homes It en,  conditional upon a dwelling boini*.  .erootod In tho first year, title bolna  obtainable after residence and lm-  iprovemont conditions ore fulfilled  and land has been survoyed.  LEASES  For grassing and   Industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 640 acre*  may be leased  by one person or u  enimoatiy.  GRAZING  Under the aroaelng Act the Prov  tnoe is divide* Into irraarslnir dlatrlcte  and ihe runa* adminIfttercd under >j  Grarclmff ., Commleifi loner. AnnuiU  groxlnur permits are issued bamed on  numbors ranged, priority bolng given  to established owners. Btock-own������ri  may form aacoolatlono for rani$c  munugement. STree, or partially free,  inwmltM are available for asottlora,  tampear-a and travellers, tip to ten  h#������#i.d. TSGS GBBSTOH BEVIBCT  This year it Is necessary to have a Permit  from some Forest Officer before any camp-  fire may be set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sure to get a Permit for, your camp-fire  and  follow the  instructions  printed  on   the  V^oolr   -/vf if*. .       ..  MM/V/M      ^>������     S*J������  BBITISH COLUMBIA FOKEST SERVICE  W ros'asim&m: araB~iae&  YOU OABS HELP  Local and Personal  Grace, Robert and Walter Gransk  have just arrived from Macleod, Alberta, to spend the summe r vacation  with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  A. Comfort.  There will be services ih Christ  Church oa Sunday, 10th, at 8 and 11  a.m.. but for the 17th and 24th the  rector will be on vacation and services are withdrawn.  I  UUUUWlll   Oi  were       week end  Kellogg-, Idaho,  visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  T. Gookwin, They arrived on Friday  in time for the celebration.  Fob Sale���������At Cresteo, six-roomed  house9 good garden 150 x. 200 feet; few  young trees���������apples, pears, cherries.  Vegetables to ~ last family a year.  Apply A. E.^Davies, Creston.  IM THEATRS  , JULY  DANE  GEORGEIC  Mgm^   H    ^^^H H^H M,gtiSr  S*^^Bffl ^9    \w   *w   *BJSP������  53^^5hS29  t//r  &        * r.   f  *������  i ��������� ���������'?-** *?\  **������������������>  *'*  ������������  ��������� \*\ ������������������  . The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid had a  busy afternoon at their booth at the  fair gronds on Friday afternoon, their  sale of. uovelties and refreshments  bringing anintake of about $355.  Miss Jeekles of Lonnon, England,  arrived at the end of the week, and is  expecting to make Creston her per-  tnant home. She is a cousin of Mrs.  T. Ireland, with whom she is visiting  The village council has its regular  July session on Monday night, when  the finishing touches will be puh on  the electric ligut Isy-iaw auu tenders  called for the erection of the pole line,  ThePtemier garage reports the sale  of its twelfth new Chevrolet for the  season, the buyers being Yardmaster  Loasby of Sirdar who on Thursday  took delivery of the latest in touring  models.  -Miss Blake and Miss Cuarrie of Vermilion, Alberta, arrived this week on  a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles  Murrell, and are accompanied by  Mary Murrell, who has been at Vermilion the past month.  Revenues collected at the Creston  office of the provincial police for June  were just a little over $300, of which  $187 was for motor licenses. Police  court fines totalled $10.15, and $11  worth of dog licenses were issued.  Now that cultivation i<3 under way  with the Valley's potato crop numer  ous requests are reaching horticultur  ist C. B. Twigg for supplies of the  potato bug poasian dust. Tbe beetle  seem to be unusually plentiful- on the  village spud crop.  Village treasurer W. O. Taylor reports that tax payments up to the  first of July this year, are just a little  belts? than the intake up to the eanse  period iu 1026, He la planning to  take his nsual two weeks' vacation at  the middle of the month.  raffled in  connection  with  the  popularity contest.   ..;  A welcome visitor to the Confederation celebration was Mrs."��������� Wi S. Rycfc-  man who had'motored in the day  previous fs'om. Cranbrook, where she  bos been seriously iii for the past five  months. She<is looking pretty nmeju  her oldtssne self and- slowly re*������ainfB**'  her former health.  One of the largest crowds ever seen  at a dance in Creston was in?evidence  on P**iday night for the Confederation  .Jubilee ball in the Grand theatre ball-  Trccr*-.!. xavsryons was p*eas0ii w.th the  music by the Frederick's dance orchestra. The catering was in the hands of  Mrs. Strong of the Commercial Hotel.  There is nothing funnier than a  non-commissioned officer and a private  soldier of the same company squabbling for the aSeotions of the same SJ!!*L  This situation permits more comical  situations than anything yet evolved  for screen comedy, It is the theme of  ���������'Rookies," showing at the Grand on  Saturday night.  Word has jrsst reached Creston that,  the B.C.F.G.A. has . completed  arrangements to have a car available  to take apple exhibits to the,���������193������?  British Empire Fruit Show in England the latter part of October. Arrangement will be made to expedite  assembling the fruit of all growears  who wish to compete at the fSTg overseas exposition.  There was a light attendance at ihe  Confederation Jubilee thanksgiving  service in the Grand theatre on Sunday afternoon, in which Revs. Daly,  fierdman and Newby all took part,  with Commissioner E������ ������8. Jackson on  the platform representing the village,  and A. A. J. Collis iai charge of the  musicial featui ea. The*standard form  of service used all across Canada was  read.  Under the firm name of Standerd  Electric Service, Messrs. L- M. White  cotton and E. Laurie have opened out  an electrical shop in the store at the  rear of the postoffice, and are prepared  to look after electric waring in all its  details. The past few days they have  wired the residences of If*. C. Rodgers  and Geo. Johnson, as well as the bak  ery. butcher shop, and  office.  Immediately following the inquest  into thjB death of Joe Goodman, the  Indian killed in Sunday's railway  fatality., XSsnals Seld, a transient,  pleaded guilty before Magistrate  Mallandaine, to the charge of supplying the Indians with alcohol, and was  sent down for sis months. Asa twine  and Moses, the companions of Goodman on the fatal trap, were sentenced  to two and one month's imprisonment  respectively.  Members of Creston L.O.L. were out  in full force on Thursday night for a  for a special meeting of the lodge  which was attended by the grand  master. Mr. Dunce, of Victoria. At  the conclusion of Lodge business a  social evening' was hf-ld which was  attended by the ladies of the L.O.B.A.  at which the visitor delivered an impressive address on the aims and  objects of the fraternity, and tbe  ladies served lunch.  Constables Mclntyre and Hassard  of the provincial police at Nelson came  in on Sunday and returned with a  quartette of indaans who will serve  terms of thirty days in the case of  two of them, sis months for another  and twelve months for the fourth.  The two former went down on convictions for drunkeness, the two latter  for a series of robberies at the Butter-  field store at Wynndel,  the reel draw  ing the l������ months also being found  guilty of theft of a suit of clothes at  Creston which he was found wearing  underneath his old eU8tw,*������?hen he w^s  searched when taken into custody  here. Two Wynndel boys were taken  to the boys schoolat Coqustlam.by the  same officers. They had been implicated in the Butterfield store thieving.  WANTHD-r-Girl for general house  work, ts eoshSijence n6w;,ap at July  1st. Write, Mrs. D. P. Kane, Kaslo,  B.C. "���������  JX.swijfjr i.rss%s^0m ������j>v.v������-  A feature to the Doiuiin ion Day  celebration that attracted . attention  was the trap shoot staged under the  direction of the Kod and Gun Club,  in which Geo. Mawson carried high  gun with a break of 31 out of a possible  25, with Frank Staples but one -point  behind to capture second place. .The  marksmen and scot es:  G. Mawsoai-ji  Frank Staoles.  Bert Boffey>  Lewis Littlejohn..  L^T. Leveque.  \v alter Muir_.  G.  Vance ^_.  21e������  20  17  16  14  ss.r. Manson.���������__  J* Cherrlngton   H. L. Robinson.  KJMaxwell   H. Smith ;.  ~ 12  8  3  6  5  K  PARASOLS,  to $1*75  SQc.  rouniain upenm  ICECREAM  SOti mjRiNKS  Bar and Table Service  STORE OPSH TILL. 0.30.  Saturday's 10.30 p,m.  J*  n>.  VV HlUlBtBT   O  ������p������B     _  9 >n ��������� ���������  'fill Hfiilfi  g-9   ajKBH-a  Mafl^  wawJtTwSum,  flB-fllgf  " 1UIT"  5-1  BE*  GEO. H. J&ESULX  11  13  The "June drop*' iu Valley orchards  is about at an end. It hus been just  a little heavier than usual, but the  Bpleudid moisture supply will give an  added size to' tho apples that should  bring the total yield well up to liiBt  year's figures of 154,000 boxes.  ���������**      i  'J. G. Smith of Nelson iarilved last  week for his usual summer stay with  his son, Fred. These -diamond jubilee  celebrations are btcomming common  with the viBitor who, with Mrs.  Smith, coiobrateu their diansend  wedding liiBt Now Year's Day.  A wedding of interest to Creston is  announced for July 0th at Vancouver,  when the marriage of Miss Muriel  Hohdon und Mr. Suim Vv" UEttaker will  be solomniKcd, Mrs. and Miss Hazel  Hobden leaving last week for the  cotiat to attended the huppy event.  The iiiinual service In connection  with tho 12th of July anniversary of  the L.O.L. and L,O.B.A. Lodges of  Creston will be held on Sunday evening July 10th, at 7,80, in the Presbyterian Church, Dr. Daily will officiate  and all past nnd present members  wcl������������>aiacu.  Mrs. O. Murrell was tho holder of  the winning ticket op the cake ruffled  by the Women's Institute at their  booth at the fair grnunda on Dominion i#ny. Mra, A. 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This fact Is shown by  a new  study of Chinese censuses   since  174 1,  m;ide by a Chinese Government .si;aris  tieian   named  Changhen   Chen.  In 3 743 alio Chinese people numbered- only about. . 2-5,000.000 .more thai*.*,  the United States population of loda>, j sacrificed his highly h:ei  iiml in the fifty years following 17a>  the population more t?h"iui doubled, aid  vancing at the a*a1e of 15 to ihe 1,000  people every year. In ilae nexi* half  icentury the population increase slowed down to less than five additions u  via*.- to each   1.000 neople.    From   IS'.li  Thai celebrated British surgeon and  cancer authority, far. .Hoberf Well.  M.D.,     F.K.F.i'.H.,       Ac.      voluntarily  practice . when, al"(er long .years of vx  haustivo research and practical experience, he. tiobly published the following staleaaieut ol" vital Ian port, to  I lie cancer stricken eh ili/.ed world:-'  "Cancer Is a blood     disease    a ml    its  I -mjnimy &utuuL iii&atfN  JULY 3 /.,.  SAUL CHOSEN  KIN<5  Golden Text: "What doth Jehovah  require of thee, but to do justly, and  to love kindness,.and..to'AVaUk humbly-  with thy God?���������AlJcuhf G.������.     .     ?    SfSS^  T^ersson:  1 Sumu'el;' Chanters 9-11-  Devotional   Reading:   Psa'.an   119.1-8.  Explanations and Comments  1. -Samuel's Reminder of Cod'a  C' ooiiiie.se*>. "10.a 7-13.   ;-���������   The    prophet   1    ���������  ,\ ' Saaiauol. called the people, together   at.  aaivo hUiKic.n   Mi},,imh an<l reminded them that God  hud   delivered   them   a������   a   people   in  former  dayta   from  the   oppression   of  the Egyptiaias and of other kingdoms, j  and   now  they  were  rejecting God  In I  dear and lug a king. j  "Forget not all the ..sunshine of Ihe ;  way j  By which  Ihe Lord hath led  thee." |  ���������F. R. Ilavergal.      I  i  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOL  breeding gi-oiaaad   is   ihe  co'ton.   Neither  down  ro   192:. ahe. rate o'i addition  has ! X-ray   nor  radium   has  ever   cured   or  goaie. down ao only .SI a thou?:.! ml. ; will over prove of s������-r\ ice. as :i via re j "Now therefore present yourselves  This, Mr, Chang sa>s, is lower than! for eanoea*. From my l������uo*������ ledge ot* j before Jehovah hy your tribes, anal  the rate of population 'usance iai an> the di.s������>ase I ailinai thai the litiifo lias I *-*** 5'������������r thousands," was the concha-  ot.hei-   country   e\<-t'i>f   France. . uca er  cured  C:meer  iu    a     single    in-  "fl'lie   rate of  inereas-o of  nations of ; stance-;   bnl. on  ihe eoni rsiry, has only  ihe   whit**,   race   .-ineo     soO   lias   been j succeeded   iaa   aggravating  the  disease ! aiiake.  the  best, of  us.       This  is  what]  II    a   1.000,"   he   ssys.      "This   means i and   a it dint;   (o   the   .sufferings   of   alio I 'Samuel did.    He made I lie best, of this  ih?u  the  rule  of increase, of  the  Chin   \ poor  patient." I  i  rsion of Sa.naiae.rij speech. "A. vise man j  .has said, that So .make thej best ol' ;  thing..' In the right, way as to let things '  The  will of    Sir     Wm.     Mut-l-fD/.u-. ;  former   president     of.     ih������-     Canadian.  Norfhei*n Ttailw^y. Totonto.  -v. ho died!  ion   1 >������-.<'������->mbei-   ���������>.   t!1'-'--.   ''as   Sn-fn.,  aun  La led  in   f-on������3.on.  8ai-  William   Ivfa   an  Keglash estate  valued  at   .L* 1.7,000.  Dr.  Ji:!i>>     ^r������-^-^>.     sp������><-ial     uiedicul  ii<"aahii  oilic'-'i-  of   Madrid.   Spain.   al'M-r.  Kir.e.   niiimh.-' stmay   *'������f ������lisease psvwu-  at.on and conrrol ni������*!IkhI*- taa Amerh-au  cifios.    is    visiting   Cariida    to   pursu������������ ;  sm-.ihir invt-si jgai ions..  A num born in K������ti.iar.d and a i>-s'-  C.^nt l"or iiny yi-ais ������>' ������he Cni������ed  States, has ������,o:iarib������������ed $-4.7511 worth  ot" bonds (t)\*.aid redaicaion of ahe I>ri-  ttsh debr io the I'niit. d Slates. This  is his  l'uiarrh doia.ii.iou.  The Soviet Mili?ai.-y and *Sav:i!  Court at KronstatU v-ondeinned .o  ileal h <?'omma������dei* Kl������.*i������ko.rf. an officer iu lh������> Halite liver, who was ic-  ������>os������^4l nt" osnionsiare an behalf of Gr������'aa  Drauvia.  Colonel Charles l.indhergh has boon  invited bjr ahe Caua-Jian National l-x-  hibiiaon i������a visit Canada, as thr- ruost  of the "exhibiiion. v. hit-h ollicials  state they expect avill be opened by  the Prince 'of Wales oai August 2-7  next.  .Many of lhe aeU erdar lot em polos  lhat now stand as sentinels oC the  past at half-deseried Indian villages  along Ihe Uriiish Columbia coast are  aiaore than four centuries old. in the  opinion of the Capilano Timber Company.  Followng ������m ilu- a isit  of ihe Criiish j  governnaent   dla*ecior  of airship  development, accompanied  by air ministry :  export*-.,   lhe   I'niou   < '.ovei niiient    has.;  decided   to   aul horlxo   iho    inimodiule :  plai'ing   of   coailraets   for   ereoiion    in  South  Africa of a  mooring tower  foi  airships.  Tlie   burden   of     responsibility     fo  accidents   occurring     at     aanprotected ,  railwuy   crossings   resl.s   villi   the   uio'  I  tori.',-Is,  accoi'dlng    to     the     tenor    of!  three judgane-nis vomiered  by   Mr. -Ins  tice   lie.ners.   of   the   Saaperaor   Court.'  Montreal.   wh<i   dismissed     three     actions  insiiuiH'd   stgninsa.  lie-  Canadinii  c.i*i.sis an  national affaaa*s  in the riglat,  ., , . , , way   by nobly  doing all  he  could   to  ese   population   in   uumVi-ii   limes   has:      t -oaa tat less, a haialcful    paiients    livaaig ; tuiri.y oai what niust. be,  although  he  been   not    nitiio,   one third   as   fast   as    today   nioaaa-ai   the   passing   in   1ii2G  of ; did not like it. and thea*eby he brought  a bat   of other cimniii.-s, the author of ahe above, ipio'ted -words ! out.  the   best,  that  was in  him���������rnag-  reaehod '��������� aaad   if   Dr.   Iloberl    Hell's   profoundly l^P,11^'    ������ener������tity'     ^I'^^T     ������������  . ,_  : ., . .       ,   ,    .   ; spirit, that rises above all that, is en-  l.9-->. ��������� roiasaueivd  warning is now   needed, it | vious and revenge.ful and petty,  ccorainm    :o     i lie       census       liguros  (is   jaosslble   for   ihe   public,   to   render i     n is one thing to submit to' tlie in-  siaicc  a haa   time ii   has  auvaneed  ouiy \ ,lu-   th:\ asrai iiig     Cuoeer     Scoaai'go     a - evit'able because, we must;  it is quite  to .-::s.;J7o.000. aiul   ihe  stai isi hiaaa be- j naei-e  maiter of historv. ;anolhei*  thing  to     .submit     graciously  ' ,. ,-,,'     ������-���������   -.-      ..,..* ���������*..<���������     -nod let tlae  inevitable make the best.  lit* ."es   thai   ihis ���������e.\ii-:.i������.������vdin.*������a il>    slow j     t ivili/..*u ion s diei   ts i espoiastble  for j 0������ t >  rare  oa   advance  is  due  1o  high  death i depriving tlae  public of the abundant- ]     n.    The  Selection  of a     King.     10.  rates  rather  than  *o  low  birth   aaies. |ly   provided ���������irganic salts  esseiilial  to ', 20-24.���������Samuel conducte] the.selection  other  ciuint i t������-s.  TI;o     Chinese     poiuilatiou  the   100,1)00,000   mark   back  the       census  in  '"Sli���������<������cSS "On  Cantassium Treatment  ;   A    wcH~kiioWn;f7yL.ondon    surc������on  and    ' yrccoghlssed       siuUnjrity       on  . ... ���������_. i^������������������'.      i.~ ..        ^.������������������ -.i...a .^~..\.l    ...1*1..  \ ..un,-nj:.      ..t^o        ������.������ Cttl.-su ., v.. ,vi - ������. .���������..������.���������  Inter(?st "."ill tho discovery thai  ��������� Rancor is duo to a deflelouey of  potaasium ".salts" in lhe. laoily.  "vtitc-la s'p.nsffp. the ('''Hs ro Iji'eaU  down and bcconw malifi'innt.  In  order  t la fit.  every  oiao  imiy  learn  The Real Cause of  Cancer  a      i-������'m*-irl������il������l������      book      has      h������mu  si>^<--i������tt.v  written.  This taook -will t>n sent fron to  psiilents ttr any onn who Is tn-  t������;iw.est������������<l In th" moHt Nunot'K^f'd  niftttiod or flehtbitf "THE CAW'KK  socrcrK."  Th������   foUowlns-   Is   a   list   of    the  eliHDter������:  I. The l.hnitalions of Surgea-y; 2.  Rorrio l.iociors Oppose Openitlo!*: :).  What- Csini'tT as: 4. Whv th*������ !?ODV  c-Kl.d'.S MlHiAK l>OWX: 5. laijur-  loii.i-������'ooUiiij*; ATiil bods: ���������!. i*o������n������������������on  Kr'roivs in 1.���������!������������������������!: 7. Vital IvJtamenis  of l-"oo������J; S. At������'dieal *Rndoi*sem������������iiaM  of *J\iv I'latm; 0. Tlae Chief Mfi'iC'i-  5*.ls ot the lio<Jy: 10. The Thj-mut*  rjland:   tl.   A������e  A\*Uen   Um<'  13<?kinj������  Aeellktltlhlt^:  i/otasNinni  I  <*nust������������ l.imp Kxci'f'tloti: 13. ttre'nt  Value of Pota.ssiaain: M. l'Rrts oC  thf. Body iy.ia.ble to Cancnr: IS.  Purrs VVlLt>h Aro Seldonf Artcct������-d:  1<������. llbw a Doctor Can 1I*ip: 17.  -How io .'Avoid ��������� Cancev: IS. ������>.eni lira!������? V'i'dm Cafloor: 19. Ai*t������������p-hU  Sclerosis- and Old Arc; 20. a Hunt-  ������n;Uisjn, <.TOiit and Kindred Cotu-  plaints.  With this laook are a numaier of  (nterestiaifir <*.*'-se-reports proving- tlie  ijrcat value or "Csuitassiioii Tr^ait-  mtint" in various casfiS. a Th������> fa-oiit-  inejit Is simple and Iliexp<>iisivf>,  nnd ran be easily tak^n in one'-n  own lioni">. Apply for frr.������> l>oolc to-  i 'liarlf s Walter. 51 Bruesiviirk  Avome. Toronto, Ontario, ("jin-  nda.  ?&  i hina. does  not   need    any     l-tr^e  t rease of    population    at    present,  .-dds.   Ion    liagh   death   rate*   utv  he;ilih\   factors.  iaa : health preservation and the saibsiilu-  he | tion of what have been truly describ-  not ' ed as 'Yoodless Pood.s" Avhieh create  a .supej-a.hiandance ot.' acids in the hu-  anun body, resulting in the now practically universal complaint of coxisti-  patioai that is rhe inevitable foierian-  iicr of Caancer and also o������ ailnely per  of a kiaiR by lot ;a-s if in tne very pa'es- [  eaice of iho Lord. lnapcl*tant. ni.atf.ors*. j  were often decided by lot in Old j  Testament times, In Proverbs 16.33, !  we are told that *  The lot is cast into tlio lap:  But the whole    disponing    thereof  is of Jehovah.  Wanted Stained Glass Windows  ��������� -������ c*k*������. * V wo  of  It   is   thought   that   the   "lap'  K8'.S���������d  Beautify Church  |     In  the centre of a Chiistiaai settle-  ' ment in the jungle at Medak, llydersi-  ; ba������l. India, stands a Chi*istia^ai church  hore i of the  proportions     of    a    cathedral.  j centum   or   all   clvllixa, ion's   physical | J^ls ^ JW^oJ au^a or I This   is   ^   ccntml plR(JC  of wreWp  j laui'atlics. | lot   (Lev_   ie.8):   tlie   location   oaVrhe !for  the  Sieat c-oni.uiui.ity    of    Indian  i no  active  lrrnaui*    i'Oiit.iutieu  311  ! &^-.  evr-a-al  tribes  in   Canaan  waa  settled j Ohrtetiaiis,     nun;boring     over    50,000,  pills,   pui*?*-atives   and   laxatives,   com- j hy  lot  (Mum.  33.54);   the trespass of j-who   have   gathered  around   tho   Rev.  bined with their only    palatial    roller. ��������� Aclion  was   discovered   by   lot   CJosh. j c_   w    posnett.   r  caused   Dr.  Robert    Hell    to    soundly j S-^>j' ^   tribc ^   Benjamin   wa������ | ������'^-   tlfi   * result  condemn tlioir use as being injurious j "taken"   that  is.  chosen   by  lot. from  ami  dangei-cu.s.     The  method  of  ciar- ��������� amoaag all the tribes;   then the  family  i ing constipation without drugs is dis-��������� of   Ihe   Matrit.es  from among  all   She  ' .*>,,-   .>   -,>   i-i-i^   i. <.*  i   ������i    .,...^.,(-..1   +n   families   or   clans   (thousands); then  elo.seu   aat the   last,  book  presented   to ���������   . r   ,  ^ '*, e     ,  9 . l, .      '.the.  house, of  Kish,  and at.  hist bum  the writer oy Th*.   Rell. whose advice ; biffiself    When   they   looked   foi- Saul  is  uuoted   in the    wi*itei*'s    copyright   he had disappeared.    The people then  dieiarv     which     as     mailed     without ! sought  to    know    God's    will    either  j charge to every Canadiain and Ameri- ' tlirough   Samuel   tlae   prophet,   or  a \Ves?H?yan mission-  of his thirty.-'years'  work in this native state. The  church was opened, a year ago, but  there seemed sc-anething lacking in its  beautiful interior, despite the marbles  and many tinted tiles. There was no  stained glass iai the windows. Six  thousand Indian Christians, most of  them former outcasts. h&\e given tlae  money for a    window,    designedV by  Cancer   Treatment.   Derailed   int'or.ma- ' ophod;  see Exodus 28."n3; Num. 27.21; i Frank O. Salisbury, a well-known -Bri-  by  me-ans of the Uri an  and Thuminin on  can   purchaser   of   the   Knglish   home . ,he breastplate  of the    high    priest's-;  lion concerning this treataiient. is also   I  freely    mailed  Charles W'iilte  8am.  28.������. The  answer came:   "Ite-rtish   artist.  ,.���������       r,..<-a,���������������u      ,o , "Jibe .!������*  "? MJJ" "-������������ ������* j oe���������S.on, a������������������ Mr. SaU^r," ������y  at. .,1   l.nitiswick Ave- ; ln.ollgllt.  lllm -forth,  and  when   Lt  was | window:   "The   desire   of   tlae  The   subject  is   the   As-  s of the  donors  aiaae. Toronto A. Ontario. <.'anada.  seen  that lie was a. head  taller  than    was   that their  Church should  be  as  An Ancient Custom  all the rest,  they thought this Tatting | beautiful  in one who wats to be their khigy "See  ,. . ,, ,   ye   hina   wlioni  Jehovah   hath   chosen,  ,     ���������D.Miaacs.n  was a   method  employed . ^   Uwro   Is * uone   liko   hini   among  ; by   the   luicieni   Athenians  of  banish- ; ^n  x\lo people?���������"��������� asked Samuel.  ing ch i'/eais  \yhose iaiflu������aice was  eon-   sidered prejudicial to tlrti state. A day Mennonites for Peace River  for voting was fixed when tlio people Represent at a-, es of tlao Mennonite  wrote on small earthen 'tablets or : colony ha Manitoba recently left for  shells the names of those whom ihey j Peace lliver to iaavesaisraie the desira-  washod.banished. Six ilioaisuaid voto.-a bility of homos!nailing in that district.  were   necessary   io   drive  a.  man Into'   If  present   plans   aro   paat   into  effect  as any Mohammedan  anosque or Hindu temple, sind E trust  that.iny work will help them Co realize their ideal of beauty as an aid to  worship."  Canadians Coming Back  exile. To ostracise, todny means to  ignore, lo exclude from a certain social  circle.  about 25,000 of thosn poonlo are expected to jTioxe Into- iho T'enco Rlvor  pounfry.  Recommend Liver Diet  Believed   to   Hr.ve  Beneficial   Effect in  Case of Anaemin  I .her   diet   :i������  a   11 e-.u ineitt   i'm1   ;iii.'ie-  inia   viis   di.'-eiisi ed   h>   ihe   Canadaan ���������.  :na������l   omario    Medh-al    Assoi iat ion    in  eoiiV'-iiiion   ;it   '1'i.Monto.  jlr.    1-'.    .1.     l*;Mli|ll|i'!l.    of    l.nildoil.    1)11  Hi flu,   vo-.ii\   r\    |i;i|������e|-   which   concluded  aluii   the   feeding    of     liver,     whether  fl-olil   beef,   e;<l\e:*.   !-!leep,   Ol'   pigs,   llllS  heell     |iro\i'd     \e|'J      SII KS I'll I     ill    COIII-  I.'UIIIV:     |H-Ill ii'ilill.-    illi-ieuliil.     lie     |Mlllll  ol em ihnl i.s ihe di.ir:ilioii of a llir-. dls  <���������;.*������. I.-- | nun (Im- io i������������������ii .veiiri-, Il was  fee ������������������;nl> lo Ml > III;.I liver feeding  wio, ;i line, lle.-n'MN. ho������e\������i', afler  4iii ������������������ y< -it's ������ v |.< i I lti������ lit, were \er.v  pioii'i;- im.'.  S?tt--.;*a-hciwiin  Live.t-tock  Pool  A   tniiil   nl   ''."ii!   riiiiii-iti'iK   coveiiiiK  1,,'.���������;.'������  .*!��������� i-1������������:mIm ol   livejoorL   lo be  nuir-  !(���������>led      dill'inr       liie      >������'lir.      he|.,'l|llllllU  ,l������ie.    I.   vslieii   i lie   S;������..h;i|elieu :ni   Live  urnek   I'uel      M.'irieil      ������������per:i I ion.      ba>e  life ik    :.r.|\ei|    III     I lie    Colli     11 ���������'!! ���������I������|M a I*  Xf'l'rt to  dill e.  Of girlish rtiiaipiicity is the atlrac-  tive frock showaa here. 'J'he two  idece skirt is Hhirred to the bodice  bfiviny a round neck anil gathers at  the front of each iduiuhler. View 11  has a short Whiioaio sleeves mad View  Pacific lliiilway by relatives or ihree A hi(S |o|,K s|0(lVes ������>hlri'od fo tho  vleiimrs of an .-accident :u   M;i;-kinonj;e. ��������� ^horl   ones iind' Kafhered al   Ihe lower  .._.      - lodge halo wiist-biiaads.    A, chit1, how is  placed ;it t'lie loft, shoulder and a wide  girdle  is crushed   into  ji. buckle at ihe  froan.      No.    I5S.S   is    Tor   misses   and  small   women   and   is   in   sizes   HI.   IS  jind   liO years,  Slve  I.S  (Ufa    htlHl"),    i"o- i  quins  I'e'.s   yards  .'.O-iaich   uuiterial,  or;  Uvm    yards   ri-t-inch;     '.l;    > ;i itl    les.s   '.ID-  ijich    nuiieiiiil   Ih    retinired   for   dress j  with  i lion  sleeves.  I'rlce :lo ������*enl,s the;  pi'illern., ,  JJo ii.'   Hewing   brings   nice    chillies .  v.j'.hii".  the  a-ea������'h  of all,  jind  to   follow  the mode Is delight I'nl when ii can bo j  done   s.o   easily   anil   ccotaonilcally   by  following   the   style.-*   pictured    In   our,  new   Fusbloai   Ihiok.     A   chart   nccoau- |  i piiiiying eiich   pattern   tdiows  ilio  inn-  leiinl  an   if  a]>pt Jirs     \\ hen     cm     out,  lOvea-y deiiiil   Is explained   so lhal   the  : lne\p������'i*|enced   sewer   caai   nialvo   wllh-  oitt   ditllcialt  an til.tructhe ila-ess.  I'rlce  of the hool\   \(^ ccntH lhe copy.  i -   ���������  How To Order Patterns  CANADA'S BISLEY TEAM  imn  Meinbei'.s of iho .1112"  Canadian llln*  Winnipeg  Newspaper Union. | ''S   <,,,"u   ^'l'<������  Hailed   for   Rnghiml  on  Adlll'I'HK  j To   Mcl.aciiiiot   Ave,   \\ iu nipcf;  J'Uttciia   Nil,  ��������� ���������   ���������  ������  *  ���������  ������  Sl/.e,  \V.     ^*  I'  HIS'  : Ntt.ua e  i  I Tow Ik  .hinc Km ia. on the Cunarti. Jiner  Aaa.soiila. Sealed life: llrlg."tieia. C.  Duff Kitint'i, commaiidiinl of flic teiirn,  of Vaaicoin or. on tlie left, und hi*  ud.hilimi. Major .1. l-\ Mc.Muiiuh, oT  li������ liexllle. tHil^rJo. .SmiKlIng 111 lhe  tlrht low from left, lo light are: tfRt-  \V. II. Wood. IM\CI���������r��������� ������K<. lb W,  IJciiuJiioiit.   of   VIetorlu;    Pte.    Cotter,  i������te. J. II. Iloialden, of llamlltnai: Sg:l:.  Uuaiiaell. of Suhhox. N.U.; Cadet Ji.  .1". !M������>i\vhy, of St. John, N.H.:  a.'.Q.M.S. A. l'arnell, of Vi-nhin; T.t.  .1? 10. Foreman, M.C, .Second row: <���������������.  II. Ilruy, Sgl.. F. fl. ������Iiihh. Sk*. Mct!ube,  <!pl. hotifjIaH, C.(!.<!.;  I'le. It, C, Stock.  Trend   of   Travel   to   U.S.   Mas   Been  Reversed This Year  No  le.ss  than 75 moving vans convoying   the   hoiasehold   effects ...of   returning   Canadians'' have   entered   sit  tho   Vort.  of: Itoclc   Ishuid.   duraiig   tlie  pi'eflout  sea.son,   according  to a  eias-  toiiiB*  official  who   stated   that   then?  had   been   revori-lral   of   tlao   trend   of  travel  from    hast    year.      In    recent  years,   he   said,     the     eary     KUininca-  mouths  would   see   rroan   50   t<i  60  of  siaeh vans .moving south, but Ibis yoni*  it ho movement. Ih northward. Knapihies  showed   that   mnny  of   the   rolniTiinK  Canadian*; aire  going     back     to    Mm  fn.rm.rt wlrlch they left,  Constructing Large Elevator  *f*r  New    Building    at    Pori    Arthijr    f*r  U.G.G. of Canada  Work   iiaam   iieisnn- ������;ii   the   coimlrue-  a ion of a ,ri,.ri00,()t)0 hUHhcl elevator I'or  iho  Culled  (..rain  (Jrowers of Oaaun.liv  al:  a   cost  of ���������f2JH)(l,0(IO." nnd iA to bo  1 completed by    Fidiruury.     I!)2H.    Tliir-i  jelevjilor  will ho    the    htrgoHl-    Hini;lo  'working elevalor,  cotiHtrtacfed   iu  oiao  nnIt, In Hie world,    The building will  tiiuiiHUre ������00 feet, by 1,400 feet, It \alll  ho an aH-coiicrcle Bfnieturo wilh  fdiO  concrete   Htorngn   IuiiIcm.   Adjohdiig   11  will be a dock  1.000 foot long.  Products Filinn in C<innda  llrllaiin'a  lllm  uuoia  law  in  huvlug  the effect of likapelllaiK pa^iyduclng eoiu-  panlort of the   United  MtutGH  to ������enlc  1M1��������� Taironto:  Srgt     tl.     M.    Kmalie. i inc-ailon-a   In  Camuhu    8������vt������vnl    laave  Honl   repr������i.H������ntaLlveM   to   Calgair.v   amid  Vancouver to look over the hitiuitJoit  amd    Helect    pi'OHpooilve      Mites      Tor  | rifudlmi.  M.M'. Ila<-k How: Lt. h"i*. .Maw(Jre������or.  OtUtwit; <.'.rt.M��������� 111. A. Hauklhri. nl*  Toronto: and l.t. ih T. Ihirke,  Ot I a w aa. < ���������\  THE   BEYIEW:   CRESTOKj   B    C  Mill ImfiSBct^mP'ests /  f  ������������������������i;  "If*  Kills Hies ^Mosquitoes  2������-  'Wfc1''  liitES  BY  NFJ.IJR  1.   M,fI.TJNr,  COPYRIGHT,  CANADA.   1925  CHAT'TIMl II.���������Continued  \mia   dreamed   pleasantly     ot     tbe  Eudden age ol! which the street comer  ' leaders- told, when    there    would    be  leisure and luxuries  for  the  workers  and   confusion   for     the     capitalists';  y theatres and all "the-sources of pleasant**   would   be   free .as  air;   and  tire  -" *.oine, disagreeable drudgery would be'  - ^one for ever.  Indeed,   for* Anna   they golden-yage  w.is already   here.     Spmeyoneiwbuld:  ������ei. yijeft.^-Jier:?  breakfast)* ttsuiqcro'vv"---  aiioriilbg;     someone    would    have   to  '  make this little stingy, stringy -bed-y  if yoaa call it a bed.    That was something,  too.     Instead   of   attending  to  other people   and   carrying  trays* and  ���������'., washing   dirty   dishes,- someone  was  -V going to do it for her. Hooray!  ������������������- i*.  H So Aiana sat en her nai-rov; bed, a  V prisoner before the law. but not casi-  lis. down or desolate. She, too, had her  y own little painted lia*ei aaid site had  || not yet found out tlvatfthere was bo,  M heat in it. "-"  "'"'- ~   "''' "'  '"  ������ C.IIA P������KU lily\ 'y. 'A, ������������������. - a  3      Al can wh wile,    I-Mdmi    washed*   the?  &  -V?  gold-clover ironstone dishes at . the  Vale Hotel, made beds and carried  trays and learned new "words everyday. English language in 3leiini"s  hands became a simple? ything,  took no account of its idioms. She did i*-Martha  not see why the man who brought viae  ba-ead should not be called the "loafer," or why if the cat licked up '/La  milk Mrs. Spencer would mind It "she  said in answer ito ayphorfc&fcfill StiMi%s.  Spencer-is out licking up tea:" lav was  rather bewildering; aaad how was  llehni to know that ..-the-.;-motor man  had ta do with the electric light���������she  thought he maast be the butcher!  Helmi's outbursts of .'tenipea* gave  Miss Kenny some concern. The, first,  one was directed against Martha Draper, the bow-legged Ihiglish girl who  washed dishes, aaad to whom Helmi  was now assist mat.        :' '    '  Mail*tha had washed dishes in her  ...own untidy way all her liCe, aao one  tiikiaag notice oT her methods. Tlae  cook, concerned with l-oasts and pies  and saich important thiaags, could not  very well'cumber her mind with the  details of dish-washing. -Martha always "had the dishes ready for the  next meal, and that was about all  that mattered.  Martha believed in; purification* by  fire. as well as by water, so she ire  ���������nueritly left the potato nol to burs, on  the stove until tlie burning smell  caused someone to investigate. TIelml  had many times shown her the belter  way, to which Martha had given but  scant and scornful attention. Martha  had the British* ?itradatii6n���������foreigner*  were dirty and igndraaat, and certain;  liy '-could- tell   her  nothink.'" V .V?  Martha washed    dishes    by    piling  them 5n1o the  sink  without   scraping  them, turning on the hot water when  she was ready, and subsequently res-  ! cuing the unhappy caips, saucejrs. and  plates faom the seething and unlovely  ilood. If el mi broke into    a    storm    of  Finnish rage when she saw* it, and let  the water run away prior to cleaning  ������5ut  the  sink.  Then  she? scraped  the  ^dishes   until Vev'enV the ^clover   leaves  wei*e iu pei'Ily set" thean iri-neat piles  on  the  table* ^scoured  tlie   sink    and  proceeded? taVshow tlie lady who had  beenV born within theVsoundV of fBow  Kelts  how  dislies   should!'  be washed.  Martha watched in cold and-stiffening  j silence.    She hated dishwashing any-  j way. and  saw nothing iai    it    but    a  J.means whereby she could earn money  She :j ^0 bUy  herself' .������ohte?" swell-, Vclothes.  irad     a     '���������sweety"���������a    night  watchman-?f at? they Parliament   Buildings and she believed he meant business.    Martha's way of  breaking the  news  of    her    approaching    nuptials  wais; "I  wouldn't* be -surpassed  if  we  saw the finish   of the whole business  this summer."  on parcels foi- the purpose of keeping  her lists, tearing it into squares aiifi  sewing them together with twin&|;  fjUarUsa. who" after the unpleasant  event just recorded became a bettssi*  -dish-wasliei* and a more agreeable  companion, taught Helmi to say tlie  words, resulting iai her acquiring ?a  cockney accent which tlie boarders  found vea-y amusing. ||  ITeLnsJ's lovo for the open took bos.;  out when her spare days came. One  afternoon a week:-was hers and every  second Sunday. ^'Martha would 'j^oi  come with her even il: they hand been  able to get off together, for she often-  saiti she hated ttlp? country and liked  to see a bit o&lifjef? when she got out.  At 'ome, sho always went lo see the  Guards change at the palace gatesV  ���������"but why any one* would walk oaat into the country to watch cows eatiii;'  grass" was .tmo'i-e than Miss Draper  could make out; "but," Miss Drapcsi*  generoualy has.Lened to add, "it takes  all\in'.ls." Miss Draper, "however?  coul'i see sonic; sen^e in going to seite  tlae da-esses in the shop windows and  picking out which one you won id gel  if you had:- a king's ransom. .fy  Helmi had now been in the hotel  four months. She had acquired enough  English to take orders ju the dining  room.  "Will you have 'aui or bicon with  youi* heggs?"  "Pedch,; pite,  Uapple    pie    or    iabio  AySSSHFR  AN OPERATION  Mrs. Dayman Gives Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound the Credit  Col borne, Ontario  firat married I  wus  .   ..  -"When I wait*  vea*y  than  and  weak. The doctor  aaid I waH weak,  and would never  ho able to have a  child,  but 1 did,  and 1 rem the time  my ..baby i cox ma  I miirored -rill tho  time and doc Lored  and   tool*  ���������medicine. Li Co became  a burden, land doctors said uti onoj'-  ntion  could   l*toli>  me, but my husband wns opposed to  that. I ba<l ������ceri Lydia 1*3. I'inkliaTp'ft  Tinodicirto advertised, aao I told my hun-  btvnd that I thought I would try it,  that I mljfht get aomo roliof.   I  had  not ta'-cen  one bottle "when t  coubl fool it helping mo.    I tuolc  five liottleti  and hanl better banlth-  Now I havo throo Kirln nnd a boy and  have dono ������ny -work up to conilne-  ment.  I  am now nt tho ChanKO oi!  .1 .iF������ and o wo my good health to Ly<lij������  K I'inkham'fi Vegetable Compo������n<l. I  take a bottle when I think I need it."  -~MrH. Susan Dayman, It. R, No. G,  Colborne, Ontario.  bold by uruutpitatN evoi*ywi������eru.     ������J  VV.    "X.    V.    I������8T  When the next."riiea'l .was over ftlae  dishes ai*rived as iisuail on the kitchen  table   in" their   great   irregular,   dizzy  piles, slippery with ..gravy, pickles and  meat.'"Min-tha proceeded to ihsailt tlae  wiaik again (which Helmi had "polished  into a state oT whiteness-it Jiad not  enjoyed for years) with  Liie-.'presence.  ol" the  dishes?  ami their unused   con-  leails.     Ilehni   was   serving   the   des-  sei-t foa: .tlae evening meal aaid did nol.  see what had happened until Martha  had the  sink  dripping    wilh    dlshes-i.  When she saw what, had happened she  stood quite still. a black rage gather-'  ing in laer eyes.   With the enupty ta-ay  iaa her "hand  she awaited  tlie coming  MarLlaa. -who 'came gaily, .stnii'hjg into  the  klicheai  with   'anoihei*    toppling  load   of  dashes,     llelmi   waited   utatal  she had deposited  litem on the table,  then brought her empty Lamy down on  Martha's head-with a metallic crash..  Martha sca*eauiod in   genaa,luo v terror  stud 'Maggie Kenny atid ait-s. Spencer  csuaie ruainiaag iaa.  Helmi���������;,pointed to the llll.ei;ed sink  and trleal to explaJn. Martlia '. auota-  plaoricially wrapped tlio 13a*itlsh ftug  around her in.1ua*eii jaereou nriil called  for -fliKtleo. , It Was one of those easy  ctiHes where the evidence i������ till In  plain aiglit.  It was Mrs. Spencer who maale the  nbslrticl: of tlie  ctaiae.  '���������"'"Ain't thaa't just Illie.iL Finn,'Maggie,  We'll, If she wasn't a    lUly   arli-a    hIio  cb-san  nnd   neat,  bait  hi fib temiaerotl T  woaahln'f have  done  II.    INtartlia, sliaat  aap or I'll give yo'u something to btawt  for;  youVe not. hairt u������   bad    as   alt  thai.     Holm I   shouldn't  have   olouleaS  you with Uae tray.    lk*������ you hear, Helmi'* Now, Martha, you ciata get off for  the  nlp-ln".   Helmi   will   do tbe  dishes  ail mm,    Aud  I've a sort of nol Ion she  doesn't mind-thai,, a bll, so every one  Is satisfied, and  it may .be thai, Martha aaow knows it's a dmigeroiiB lltlng  to be  loo messy with    dishes    when  Ilelml's wroiiud, anyway.'1  fleltatl lout no oiaporiasnlty oT Icurn-  Ing Knglish ,aud counted tho day lost  it   hIih   lout   not   a<hl������td  ���������������   *i*w   woi'iIn   !���������.���������������  her   vocubulary.  Bho lined   the  wrap-  ' pint", paper   which   canui   into   IcilrHenia  She often wondered ��������� why she was  asked to repeat her orders, and w-hy  the boarders laughed, but it was all  ki the day's work to Heliui.  Helmi's   great   delight   was   to   get.  out of the city on her Sunday afternoons, where there were no sidewalk's,  no pavements, no street cars and fei"\v  people.  One day she determined to walk far  enoughy to leave all the houses behinil.  ���������Maybe rslie wp?uld find gj-een grass, yo'r  a  turnip flel^d.  or  cows  grazing lnf^  soeadovv, pv m^et a friendly dog wi?o  did not "know sbo was a foreigner. She  soon "reached tbe    place    where    the  sidewalk  ended," and   felt  once  more  the good soft earth beneath her feet.  Et  was  familiar,  home-lllce,  her  owfi.  it spoke to her in her own language,  it  w������s  not laughing   at   her.     If  she  sowed* a seed in it a. little plant would  coane;   even   if  she  did  not know its  "English name It would come just the  same, and  Helmi's heairL grew warm  with the thought. y  The. sky hung low that day. seem-  iiag to fHelmi like a great glass cover  over the earth, like the dome of glass  that Mrs. Spencer had in the upstairs  iparlor over her seed-wreath.. She lay'  down on a green slope to look' into  the sky. H wa.<: so like the sky at  home it. aiiacle hea- feel not so far away  after all. Kven if words were so dif-  fea-eiu, skies and grass and the  ground were tlie same, and sooai she  would kpow liow to call thean. Atiait  Lill. like her. had not known a word  of Knglish when she came out.        f?  It was. lovely to be away where  it was 'unlet aanS green and all by herself. It did not ma Urn-1 fone could not  speak Knglisli here; tlio sky and the  grass and the little creek on whose  bank she sat know no English either.  A fringed blue gentian -growing in the  grass peeped shyly at her; as she peea*-  ed about her. She called* II., Vby Its  Finnish name and wondered If it Had  ever heard jt hero.   ���������  ' (To "lie Continued.)  frlay Decipher Strange Language  Prbftssso-rV ii    Workihig    on    Key    to;  Baffling  Characters  The key to-the baffling characters  of a strange balf-Seiiiitic balf-Egyp-  tlan language whicli flourished nearly  3,000 years ago and which, science has  never been able to decipher may rest  todays syitli Prof. Ivirsopp I^alce?,. head  of the Harvard-Michigan- expedition  to Mt. Siual. Arabia.  A terse message froan Prof.~-liake  to The Boston Herald reports newfound fragments of the "mysterious  "Sinai inscriptions,"* which Harvard  University authorities said might  throw on entirely new light oai Moses  and  biblical history.  The Sinat inscriptions were first  found on the mountain'-'whore Moses  received the tablet's of the law bait  have never been sa t isfactorily l-ead  although authorities never hare  I ceased to seek their solution.  If -Prof. ��������� "LaiseoJ "fragments" fit -into the esisthtg gaps it was possible,  archaeologists here said, that ihey  might not only remake history but  reveal a new origin of modern languages. ^  The inscriptions w< i*e diseorei'ed  in 190-1 during the excavation oE tho  temple of the'''Egyptian goddess, Ha-  ther, on the side of Mount Sinai.'  They were carved on stone tablets  and images unearthed among ruins of  th������ temple and were, in a language  never before encountered by excavators, according to -Dry Henry Pfeiffer,  Ph.D., instructor iu Seanitic languages  at Harvard.  The characters, he said were  strangely allied to Egyptian hieroglyphics aaid the later Semitic alphabet, yet were not identical with  either.  ^^WvOSlNG?  ���������������;$." J^S^^N-^S]1  -Ri-AyDl^-bi^C'TJ^NS,.-,.^  aBzS'gaa'BCT**' ;  'tX^ACVM:^:  Best of all Fly Killers?���������3.0c and  25c per packet at all Druggists,  Grocers and General Stores.  Little Helps For This Week  Though He be not far from  every  one of us.���������Acts xa'U. 27.  Then ray heart said, "G^ve o'er.  Question no 'more, no more;  The wind,-the sioria, tbe Wild hermit-  '���������: 4oiV6r,  The illtssninated "air,  "  The pleasure after.prayer.  Procliaiin^ the unoriglnaied slower;.   ?s  The mystery that hiales Him1hem arid  there  Bear������ the sure witness He  is every-  .-. where."  "���������-Alice Cary.  If you wish fo behold God, you may  see Him in every object around;  search, in your breast, f and you will  flndiiiim there.. ���������And.ifyou djo-.not yet  perceive where He dwells coaifute me  if you can, and say where lie is not.  ���������Metastasio.  Nickel Being Largely Used  for  Long   Period - of   Prosperity   Seen- f  This  Canadian   Industry  When nickel  deposits -were discovered  in  Sudbury,   Ont..  district back  iai 3SS6, the    impenetrability    of    the  metal proven and the governments of  various nations convinced If its high  merits.for purpose of armaments, the  company faced a long periou of prosperity.    This was the first-phase, and  the chief interests of investoa-s today  is  that up to  the  end  of fl926 .some  177,000,000 had been paid in. dividends  and the- company had built up a net  working capital account of $15.531.000.  The second and much naoi'e import-.  j>.nt phase is   the resailt of the  coni--  pany's   invasion   of   commerciat  markets, and already production tonnage  has attained proportions equal to the  best war year.    Previously, uses for  nickel were    comparatively    limited;  now its  uses  are  becouaing  general,  it. has.been  said .that the motor car  hits supplanted the battleship, but thia  is only a small part of the story, because nickel is beiaig utili/.ed jiat more  than  a hundred  products  in  the factory, shop, laboratory and home.  Conscience Troubled Her  Customs oflleer McDonald at New-  pate has received a. loiter frona a lady  Jiving iaa a Saskatchewan village "enclosing 50 cents with 1h.e explanation  that last summer she failed to declare  a cheap new dress she had purchased  across tho line. As she was a Christian and wanted to do what-was right,  she enclosed the money as duty.  WHY TORTURE  THE LITTLE ONES  Mothers, do you think it fair to torture your little ones by forcing ahem  to take ill-tasting oils -when tliey need  a   laxative medicine?  Don't you  find  lliilt       tSSW     e&JiJ������   S      Vtt53������Vl     Ul      !������-:=������'      M������'1"  cines often do more harm than''good  Baby "a Own Tablets are the modern substitute for the we nauseous  doses. They are the very medieiiae  the child requires and are so pleasant  to take that they are,as easy to administer as a glass rif water. They  are the perfect remedy for all the  minor ailments of little ones, being  absolutelyYguaraiiteedA^Oim iaijua-ioias  driig&V?V?V5?a,VV:Vf'' V?V. Wi$%- ���������.-. V"..V:,  ��������� BaiSy's Own Tablets accomplish all  that-iKcastor? oil andrOtherrrbadrtaistiaag  a-emedies can do", in fact ihey "accomplish more as they do not leave the  child exhausted from Jts struggle,  against taking medicine. Thoy^ relieve teething pains, banish indigestion aud constipation, break: up colds  aaid simple fevers and promote  healthful, refreshing sleep. ,They are  sold by medicine dealea's*.., or by an a II  at'25.cents a box frotai 9fjae BrV Williams'* Medicine Co.; iBroipkyJlle, Out,  Because of the inequality of their  strides lost .persons .invariably wait;  in circles; a straiglitfeqiavse is impossible to anyone w-ithotil guiding  landmarks.  Wretched from Ae-hma. Strength  of body and vigor ol' mind art' inevitably Impaired by the visitations  of asthma. Who can live under the  cloud of recurring attacks and keen  body and mind at their full elUcieaaey?  Tii*. J. D, Kellogg's Asthma Ttumody  dissipates tlao cloud by a-emovhag the  cause. It does relieve. It. does restore  the snfforer   to    normal    bodily  aaad mental happiness.  The BritIsh Medical Assoelal Ion,  Which has been trying tof establish a  8tamlard by which iltunkenhess. ont*  be judged,  has given up  the task as  lmpoS"������iblo. !'       ~ '���������';  Mothers Should Use  A^\ .s  'OtFOWtEfe  '^--^mxim^,   Aire Cutting Teeth  I Keep Mirtard's Uinlment near at hand.  Buoy Makes Long Trip  Drifted From Canadian Coast to  Scotland in Two Years  A buoy belonging In the Canadian  Government which broke avvtray front  Us oflleiul duties ou the Ctantulhin  coast, two years aigo* anil .h'tid. smc������  been lost, to, view bus heon fouaul Iii'  the Flrlhot Clyde ia.nd has been  claimed ..-by tho .Government at  Ottawa. (Despite its- long and slow  voyage a<a*osn Ihe Atlantic Iho drifting buoy's light was Hl.il 1 funrillonlnK  wheaa tlae wanderer was fouiaa]. It i������  being lowed to' Port fllasgow, where  It will bo overhauled.  The   Corinth   Cianal  was   slarra  Nero about 2,000 years ago.  The  ,ject was abandoned  and   dually  pleted  In 180:"-.. "  trb*.i  ���������:l   h.v  pro-  corii  Unless worms be expelled I'roati the  system, no child cau bo beaHhy.  Mother Graves' Worm Kxto'rmlnat.or  Is aai excelloait medicine to destroy  woa-niH.    The largest     passenger     slmuuship  In tjie world,  for aaso- oai   inland  wa-  ! tors. Is r������-T������n foot long, nnd was reront-  ly huaiaclaod o'u the tVreaj. Lakes.  Burang tlio baby's teeibiuglima, iaa tha  hoc nmiumaei;' moiilSifl, tho bo������"elw becomij  loofl������ and cliarrhnpa, dysnnterry, ''olirf,  ua-iintnaa aiul otlnar bowel ooaarplftintn  aniinif^Ht thomii������lves J tho gaumi become  nwollttti, r-mnkm*** form in the month, Mad  in mttny cuhpu tho olilld. wwtw to a  idatadow, and vary off on tlao terminMion  in fatal.  Thin in \hn tlmn wliftn- the tnofchfir  Biioultl us������ ".I>r. FowIbi-'o,.'' aaad, p������r������  Jaapa, ������avo the biby'n. life.  lb bans buftia on thn niHrk������t for Una  pus-fc 80 yiwur piat up only l>y Th-ft T  Milburn l!o.g ljiuitaad, Toronto, Ont.  Learning Defined  Thinning Is a peculiar noinpound of  memory, imagination, soienlifl.B habit,  udcurnto observation, all coucontraUnl  throaagh a prolonged tuarlod on tho  analysis of the remain a of Hl.nratuafl,  The result of Ihis amstalned naeutal  e.ndeavoj" Is nol, a book, but a'> an mi.  Il cannot bo embodlcid l������a prlnir M ecm-  i slstrt of lhe lU'Iaig word,  A  BROKEN   DOWN  AYOTEM.  Tl>l������ in * oondiaion Cor dUfMU to wlilchdociora  glvn many nuroet. but whioh taw of ib������m r������������llf  tinJot utHJxl, Jl Uslr.iph' vncaliticat-abiculkaSowp.  *������ il yurte, of Iba vita! force������ th.u *inUuitllkio*)l������-.  law., Ma muterwlut may lialociuie* Ctliey bHi  ���������Innost nuoiljcrlcx), U������ ������yin(iionta aaa niiub ilt-a,  aaona; ilia mora prominent being ������leer������lrfmi������a������|  ���������������n*aa of pfo������iratlo������ or wcarlneat. ttrptrtiiioi) ol  w*nt of mnmtUT iot all tin nrdinara  I'ovy,wtvi.t������k>n*s >% nbaolnu I yr.%t f������-  Mlnard'a Liniment for wfli*������������ a^d  pl������������.  Plm-  aplrlaa and  fttJa-lraolitira,   filal In t-tl tucUlBsei U IiK<c������������hJ vii.lity��������� vle������>uir,  wtial atranelli and entity i������ lliton* ofi ili'������a  maiW'd aaallnt*, ami aa nlfht aiicc������o<U ilia daw  Itilamaylia inor������ci>r<lalri1ysrCiircil l>v a emmr nf  THE N1SW CFRCNCM KCSMCDV.  ^smmmmm h     m  aaraa^^ "^a^^aju     smm,     aaaw^^aaa  m*  9**^***$.  it^a* *m      ^^aa *m  j.f,&        ^^m^x  , k j|-tj ty; ji^f- jfc% mt*' te tmL.M nl*} Mw| |i a^S  thmn liyanyollier knowni-ombli������aliori. S.ri������ui������l������  ������������ ii la iaVaw in accordance with tha ������air<ctloii* ao-  aK������������ip������nrln*:it,wlH������aia������hatirr������clli������������.lihli#raHi-iffil  THE KXriRBNO UWIP OF I.IFC  i        -LIQHTKO   UP   AFReaM,  ������fl J a n*tr t-altt<<*ie������ laa^artad in pluce nfi������l>ai ha*  ������������lai*ly aaamad ���������rorn-out, uted ii}<.andv������lii������tata.  Thlawornlarlul w>ii������tk������rH������nll������.aiiti������bUluir������IU*r������  ������������������ai'tulloi������aamdcu'id'ii<*-n*,in������'ili������>i,a������������; ���������>h) ir  ta rilMaolt fo im.glns a dl������������*������a or rioranffamanta  wltnit inaln faanif* la waahiriata, dial will rioc  tMapaadily an������t perimananaly ovancotna )>���������/ iltla  tNn.n^������������ir ������Kv������nt >���������������!<'*���������, wbloli !���������.(������������������ 1 Innil I (.f ������������l ln(������  ���������bliwlon avar������ihlnic 0������������l >n>������������ procarKd ar lor o.ia  wad* a|vraadtK-niina>*roti*ota������a������iri>iwMaraaliii>M<H*.  au.l������Vrl������*������*������T'1,������'"'l������f" *r*l'l.*r "���������'������> nh.inwe'lruM  v lajai. a.anct-wax.a.1 ���������<!.(;���������������.Manacaiaah a*, k.v. a, L������������ava Ny  ttBB '���������mBWg0B EIVS^^  a  A  Local and Personal  Cows Fob Saue���������Holstelns, fresh.  H. Helme. Camp listen  fltibo Bawryy  9 a*5������������ ������n**  iwSr.h  SUBU       19.  Caanbrook friends this -week.  Wanted���������Two strawberry pickets.  23. Sfrewarfc (^lice Siding) Creston*  "Wanteho���������-Kidinseaddie, asstast be an  good shape.  J. B. Winlaw, Wynndel.  Fob Sai^B���������Onotnajoand two female  Pekta dneks������ 04.50 for lot. McAlpine,  Creston.  For Saijb���������-Wicker baby bnscftv, im  good shape. Mrs. A. JL. Palmer.  Creston.  Miss Molly Islip of Nakusp arrived  on Saturday for a holiday visit with  Mrs. R. Stevens.  For SA.X3S���������Alfalfa and clover hay  delivSSSd.   S2Q:    Or   mWf"j 'fertn    nfr.   mnfth.  3t"ercy Boffey. Creeton,  WiHxgD���������Strawberry pickers, and  !paekeatB9 accommodation provided.  H. P. Robson, Wynndel.  Geo. Murrell of "Winnipeg. Man.,  arrived on Friday en a holiday visit  -avi&h his br������ths!\ Ohas. ������f u?reUe  Fob Sas^s���������Mf3isoi3 & Risen piano,  good as new, $375. Also some cat-pen*  i-er tools,   ISnQniro Itevie'w, Office.  Wanted���������Girl for general house  work, to commence now or at July  1st. Write, Mra?. D. P. Sane, Kaslo,  B.O.  Mrs. W. B. Martin and her mother,  Mrs*,   Coai-ea*    are  on   a   visit  with  rciovi v co   ouu  week.  ������_a a_   -.������.  itiouus   cav  *tUJ���������  VUIB  e������eae.y  ������ji-e8ton Hoard or Trade -meets in  36s������Io������s cm Tuesday night and as  there is isn-portant business to dispose  of a full Isarnout of members is desired.  Anglican Giiuiijji Services  SUNDAY, J1M.Y 10  CRESTON���������8 and 11 &.m.  YAHK���������7.30 p.m.  H. L* fZOBINBON  MOTM&Y F-UBUfa  Imperial Bank Bldg.      ���������������JWsST'OJV  Man?. Baston (nee Bertha Horry) of  Seattle, is here at present on a visit  with her father, F. K. Horry of West  Oreston.  For &azjx���������American cream separator, good as new, 8-cow capacity.  f30. Geo. Strong, Commercial Hotel,  Creston.  T. JLytle has gone to Ci&wford Bay  to look after operations on b������8 ranch  at tbat^point, and the jewelery store  is closed temporarily.  Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thompson and  family of -Wardner were visitors here  for the celebration, guests of Iter  tnotber, Mrs. Repsonaer.  Due to sickness the   _ , * m~.~.  amiuuuccu ������������������  tt'.em.t^i.Mm. ������.v  New Stock of  Harness  tf~- ������ ���������*������*_���������.t ������fiJji z~  connection.  Harden party  Mrs.   W.   B.  Martin,   nnder   Ladies'*  Guild auspices, is cancelled.  With tbe fruit shipping season  going almost at top speed Ailister  Ko&s has beet* taken on at the C.P.R.  dept us telegraph messenger.  Mr. and Mrs. Pea-cy Watson ami  fanaily of Yaanir were visitors with  their parents at Creston for the Confederation Jubilee celebration.  The Women's Institute did quite a  profitable day*s business at their booth  ������% the fair ground a on Dominion Day.  enjoying an intake close of $225.  Msss A. Doyle was a Dominion Day  visitor with friends in Cranbrook, and  was in attendance at the evening concert given by the Australian Band.  'tito valley is experiencing  atest July ever known in recent years.  For the first foue days the rainfall  totalled over one and a half inches.  ������mWSr^beiSS  Sk&m and Harness Repairing  3Ef*    ffiQffeBt  Green transparent celluloid peak  2j inches deep at centre, f-  inch celluloid band all  sr-3;;iids hiss binding at all  edges, ess-strap style with  elastic insert. Specially  priced at 35c. each.  V. MAWSON  m a  ������������ xa.>_.^    ���������3..lnnnc  loff  jara. alio jx&ibs   jnuua   uuiuivo ������^������u    ���������  Saturday for Calgary, Alberta, where  they are spending a couple of weeks  on a visit with friends and relatives,  Creston and District Wcnien's Institute have their July meeting tnis  afternoon, ot which arrangements for  ihe annual flower sheas- will be made.  If you want to laugh' and thrill alternately a good place to do both is at  the Grand on Saturday night when  the comedy, ������������������Rookies,** will be shown.  Mrs. E. Bidder of Marysville was  amongst tho out-of-town visitors for  the Dominion Day celebration, and  was iv visitor with her mother, Mrs.  Ryckman.  The Valley enjoyed a net gain in  population of three for June, there  being three births, no deaths acd tve-o  marriages. Two of the newcomers  were boys.  Dr. and Mrs. Lallie were weekend  visitors with friends in Spokane,  motoring down with their son. Dr. D.  K. Lallie, who came in on Friday from  Blairmore. Alberta.  Jam Leiiiuy, Dean Peairs and Jam  Burnett of Kellogg. Idaho, were weekend visitors with Oreston f������ lends.  The former and latter were stopping  with their parents.  Mrs. McGonegal and family have  returned from Kitchener to again  make home in Creston, She has taken charge of the B.ich on Victoria  Avenue. Mra. Jory. who has had  charge, is intending to leave shortly  for Trail.  T ������.*���������   ������si shades, pure THread Silk*-reinforced   with  Artsyl,   run-proof  tops,   extra  elastic.    Exceptional value.  i  Dry Bonds  ut the  Flies and Mosquitoes  SCREEN DOORS &  WINDOWS  in all sizes  Hinges* Screens and Fittings for your Screen Door  __ _ _ "s -  Galvanized Screen Wire in all widths  Cotton Mosquito Netting or Cheese Cloth  FLYTOX in Bottles, at 50c. and 75c.  FLYTOX SPRAYERS, 50c* each  MtL<d 1  unSTiil  ���������Hl^B B BEL!  L.IM TED  iVBKMI  ������S5  asesmo  SCOBS  see  hilectric Wiring  saass  Mil  We have opened out an Electrical Store  one door East ef tlie Postoffiee  and are  prepared   to   do all kinds   of  Electrical work.    AH work is guaranteed  and   our   prices   are   reasonable.    Free  estimates given at any time.      We solicit  your patronage.  >MWi*ain.> -  Sfaniiard Eieofric Service  Poifof#?���������:������ Biack        ������ CRESTON  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER. 1926  Has produced Miaieralo an follows:    Placer dold, $Vn,01S,SiSi      Laida Gold, $128,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $106,976,442;   Copper. $209,067,068;    Zane, g50.512.5B7;     Coal  and Coke, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Maaoollaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral produotion to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production������year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mining Lawa of thia Province aro more liberal and the teen lower than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the Britiah BinpSre,  Mrrteraricoationn are granted fco disoovercra for nominal feeaa.  Absolute Titlea are obtained by developing euoh properties, tho noourity of whioh is  guaranteed by Crown grants.  Ftsll information,, toother with Mining Reports and Mnpa, may be obtained gratia by  -  addreaaing���������  THE HON, THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Pratttanlly all British Columbia*. Mineral Proportion upon whioh dovclopmont work line been done  arc di'ticrllifd in no mo one of thn An mini Konortu of thai Mandator of Mltaeu. Those considering mloltag  IravoHtnaotatn ahoiald rofiar to oaach repurte. Thoy nro available without cbcrga eptsa appUctnUumi to thta De-  partmeaat o Ml now, Victoria, B.O. Ho|>������)rtia ot ihti QuoloRlcal Survey of Oatucwlm, Winch Building, Vnn-  coiaver, ian������ rocoimupnalnd its vnluablo uoanrcow of informittlon.  it������t-H������i%N uovorbi^ cuu/h &f the S\x Mineral 9"-arrcy DlRtrlelta Rtf������ j>Mibll������b������WJ ������������jainr������i^ly, ami ar������ avail  able on janpl5crtt!on.  jSsasssasBsassssss^^  ���������aiiHMiriiNNi  I  iratajiawi^iWiffim

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