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 :-^-~-��������� s.-y^.^fcsaf. j^^tMK^i^i'.' tfA.���������.wa^w.  ���������ggsc^^sa^:^gaa^%*rat*^^  >    id.-  *  jJ%��������� J**\,mmmt**mmmmiW   ������fiL  Vol. XIjL  CRESTON, B. C., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1927  No. 21  $750-11 is Voted  School Trustees  V*  The ratepayers of Creston school  district were out for economy at the  annual meeting on Saturday night  and this year's Uustee beard will have  to be circumspect in financing to  finish the year with any sort of surplus at nil. Instead of getting the  "������8000 asked for, the eaeeting voted  them but $7600.  There was a fair turoait of citizens  for the session which was presided  over by S. A. Speers, whom the aaaeet-  board treasurer, submitted the balance sheet showing an intake for the  past year totalling $9388, which  included $1128 carried over from the  previous, year, $275 from tuition fees  ond receipts from taxes of $8995. Expenditures for tbe past year bad totalledS32SG. And the hooks closed with a  balance of $1108.  For this year salary raises of $50  are to be given Miss Cowling of the  high scnool staff, and Principal Mc-  Leilan of the public school, and there,  is h raise of $25 each for Miss Wade  and Miss Holmes of Divisions 3 and 4  of the public school.  Balloting was necessary to fill the  vacancy in the trustee board, with  Chairman Fred Lewas beating ex-  trustee F. H. Jackson by a narrow  margin^ Dr������ "Henderson wan re appointed auditor for the thirteenth  consecutive'term.  and  F. Stevenson, Calgary, were business  callers on Thursday. Mr, and Mrs.  W. Graham, Miss Campbell and O. A.  Lindsay of Flint, Mich., were motor  visiters here on Friday. Mr. and Mrs.  Wachter of Coeur d'Aiene. Idaho, amd  J. McAlander Oxford. Wash, weare  motor callers Friday.  Institute Cancels  *27 Flower Show  een hives he has on the old F, N������  Thompson place. He says this year's  honey yield is smashing every previous record.  Oscar Ofner left for Trail last week,  where  ha  to   obtain,   woi*k for  JKffeftea&f*  the next few months.  Mrs. Hooke and children of Spokane  are visitors here at present with the  former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.J.  Grady.  Rev. S- Newby of Creston were visit  ing   with   Wynndel   parishioners   on  Friday,    Kev, J. and Mrs. Herd man,  also Creston,   were  visitors here last  week.  Mrs. Boutray of   Bellvue,   Alberta,  who has been a visitor with her moth  er,   Mrs.   Rudd,   and   sister^   Mrs. R.  Da loom, left for homo on Friday.  C. B. Twigg, provincial horticulturist, Creston, was here on an official  visit, Saturday. Provincial police  H. McLaren of Creston was here on  Monday.  Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Cooper are  visitors here at ptesent with the former's mother,  Mrs. Ashley Cooper.  Mrs. Haggart of Vancouver, representing Oloane & Kelly of that eity,  is here at presentsuperintending the  ship pins of about thirty tons of jam  berries to that firm.  Miss Laura Andeen left oaa Wednesday for Wynndel, where she is on the  strawberry packing staff at one of  the Duck Creek ranches. -"V  Mr. and - Mrs. B. Johnson, Mass  Laura Andes aa, Messrs. Jim McGovern  and A. G. St������*ndwicke were- calling on  friends at Camp Lister on  Thursday.  Martin Nelson, Jack Dodds, Ray  Crisler and Alf. Speaker, well, known  Erickson resadeuts. were auto callers  on^Sunday. Tom Hickey {.of Caanyon  favored with a business call on Monday.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was  called to Kitchener on Faidav to  attend Mrs. W. O. Davis. At present  she is snaking a very satisfactory  recovery. Mrs. Z. Geroux is anothea*  resident who has been on the sick list  but is recovering.  Ed. Stilk and Mr. and Mrs. C. R,  Paulsen and family of Spokane motored in for a short stay last week, arriving on .Friday.  Mrs. A. Carter of Eastport, Idaho;  W. R. Suder of Addie, Id ahe, and C.  Beach of Kingsgate were Saturday  motor callers at Kitchener.  A. LePage left on Tuesday last to  resume work at the Ten Mile Camp at  Terry's.  M. Lanktree and family and E.  Bohan and family are now residents  at Camp Lister, to which point they  moved last week.  Don't forget tho dance En Hunt's  H������1K Saturday night, July 16th.  Miss Clara Hunt, who has been  under the doctor's care the past ten  days, is able to bo around pretty^amnch  as usual.  Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spiers und son,  Gordon, of Creston' were calling on  Kitchener fricndi, Monday.  J. R. Jjorbcr, manager of the Bunk  ������>f Commerce, accompanied by Mrs*  Forbes, paid Kitchener a business call  4SP Saturday.  The annual meeting of tho school  district was held at the school on  Saturday eventing. J. Langlois tvan  elected trustee, with Mra. 1C. Driffil  reappointed auditor, and G. A, Hunt,  Hecretary, treasurer of tho board.  It. E. Bang of Cameron & Bang,  Cranbrook, with Ohas. A. Sang of the  Crystal Dairy, Cranbrook, wero motor  visitors on Wednesday. Bert Sly of  I hit P. KiarriH Company, and Alex.  Dorby, Western Grocers arepn'csentu-  tlve, utg\3 iiiottU' v'tbltor*, Thursday.  Miss Glenn of Ireland was a visitor  last week, a guest of Mrs. Towson.  She *was en route from Vancouver to  Winnipeg, from where she leaves  later on a tirp to Loudon. England.  K.K.&. berry season dance. Friday,  15th. Mrs. Lister's orchestra. Gents  $1. Ladies 50c.  Mary and Felix WilHngshoffer of  Bellvue, who have been with Mrs. R.  Dalbom, returned to Bellvue at the  end of the week.  Creston? and District Women's  Institute had their July session Friday  afternoon, with   the   president,   Mrs.  ������$    Slt:������mM7X.ir\ia'   in   ft-.KA   r>Ti������i������.������     ������.*������>���������   Ol   ������v*AcrvB^  A.W.   .*���������.w^. ~-W������*������J,      ...     ^������.������     waul.... ,      I.UW      *���������.���������    .M^i**.*1  bers present. Minutes of the June  meeting/ and the treasurer's statement to date, were read and adopted.  A statement of' the receipts and  expenditures in connection with the  Institute booth oars July I'st was received.    It showed a cash intake   of $227.  The president then thanked all the  ladies who had ccntriba'ated and he5i>  ed* and the committee an charge of  the booth.. Mrs.. Geo. Cart\vright  moved a vote" of thanks to the business men of the town who had suport-  ed the Institute, which was seconded  by Mrs. M. Young, and - heartily  endorsed.  A request for interchange of correspondence was received from an Institute in England. Particulars of the  --Blister competition at the Canadian  National Exhibition in Toronto, and  of a display and sale of homemade  ratgs at the Vancouver fair, were  put before the meeting Will any  members who desire information  please consult the secretary.  The proposed flower show was discussed and the meeting expressed  itself as not in favor of having a show  this year.    After   the   roll   call came  a^-?.-.j-=s.t-.amar.t,      atsa+H      ra      =-il s.a =an!      Heat*  hour with Mrs. C. H. Hare, Mrs.  Manuel, Mrs. A; Palmer as tea hostesses. The freewill offering, was $2.10,  which goes to the Crippled Children's  Fund.  W. Mitchell, sr., presided at the  annual school meeting on Saturday  night, which was sbmly attended.  $325 was voted to financethe  ensuing year's educational effort,  John Bard was re-elected trustee, and  Mrs. Mitchell, auditor. Mrs. Fared  Powers and E. J. Malthoaise complete  kuo uuai~u ������-��������������������� oiuiiaviuui  Hitch  *jl r* i ������  Light Agreement  At the annual school meeting at  ths Huscroft school district,  Huscroft was re-elected trustee, aud  Albert Tedford named to replace  T. A. Banks who is leaving on a trip  to the- Old Country shortly. The  third member of the traistee board is  H. Helme.  Mr C. H, Phillips spent the holiday  week-end on his ranch at Camp Lister,  and reports the apple trees looking  fine; he also tells of a crop of sweet  clover six feeb high. Rain made the  roads bad foi* the return trip, and Mr.  Phillips had trouble on Goat River  Hill; anyhow, this was overcome and  Kinaberley reached oaa Sunday n ight;  During the trip a visit was made to  Mr. T. E. Slingsby at Wynndel. Tom  is reported to be* in splendid health  and busy gathering a fane' crop of  strawberries.���������Kimberley Press.  ���������enu W*  ITERS TO THE EDITOR  L  EriGk&on  ���������������r  Mr. and Mrs.- E. Cattwright were  visitors with Cranbrook friends a few  days the latter part of the week,.  Mrs. R. Dodds is a visitor with her  daughter, Mrs.  Wt Percival, at Yahk.  Jas. Carr spent a few days on business at Cranbrook   last woel'.  Due to the road roller being shipped  to Trait last week the finishing touch  rolling   in   the   new   gravel .on   the  lower Erickson-Ci-eston road  is delayed for a few weeks.  The road crew is now at wot k on  the gravelling of the Erickson-Arrow  Creek road, starting in the Arrow  Creek bridge. A very fine quality of  gravel ia being spread, and when the  job is completed at the end of the  month thait stretch of highway will  be in splendid shape.  The Erickson business section is  being enlarged with the erection of a  blacksmith shop for Ed. Gardener of  Creetou, who will be ready for business within the next few days.  Agent T. W. Bundy had sweet peas  in bloom in the station garden at the  end of the week. Considering the dull  weather that has prevailed most of  the yeaar this Ib a very early showing.  Erickoon't! educational affairs will be  in the hands of the former board of  trustees for the next twelve months,  trustee B. Carawright being returned  for another three-year term at Saturday night's meeting, and with Mrs.  Putnam and R. M. Telford will constitute the traattee board, with 15. J. C  Richardson ru appointed auditor.  The 1027 early vegetable honors belong to the L. T. Leveque ranch who  wiih supplying the local and Crouton  trade with taew beets, carrots, turnips  nnd peas for Dominion Day dinners.  At now potatoes the Kelaey and Hhh-  kiiis imiolmn are this week boLh  delivering   fine   looking  early   spaulu  C������ O. Badgers' Statement  . Creston, July 14.  Edecob Beveew:  Sir���������I wish you would publish  in your paper, the following statement, so the people may know the  facta.  I understand that some of the  Commissioners are circulating  around that I refused to sign the  contract to furnish the Village  of Oreston with electric light.  It is quite correct, I did refuse  to sign a contract that they  wanted me to sign. I am ready  to sign a contract aa per my  letter to the Commissioners on  February 2nd/1927, and wl.icli  was published in your paper, and  this was what the plebiscite was  taken on, and I fl.m quite prepared to live up to this agreement.  so dou't be misled by what you  may hear.  CHAS. O.RODGBRS.  Arthur Hale of Trail   arrived at the  : week oa a visit at has home  here.  Wm. Strong was ih from Alberta at  the end of the week, coming in to get  his auto, in which he made the return  trip.  Mosquitoes are the worst ever  known in this section. They are so  thick that some Canyonitea. who. have  a log cutting contract with Paatnam,  Palmer & Staples, Limited,? have  knocked off work for the present.  . The government road crew have  done a good job eiimnaf ing the very  short cury������ that gave autoists, partic-  ularly, trouble in tiavelling the road  to the old bridge.  Cherries are oA the shippinglist this  week, and local raspberries will be  moving by the end of the week.  Neither ch* rries or raspberries will be  as heavy a crop as a year ago.  The annual school meeting passed  off satisfactorily, the trustees getting  the vote far the $1800 asked for,  and W. G. Wearmouth re-elected  trustee for a ^hree-year >term. A.  Bond is the new auditor*  A hitch has occurred in executing  the agreement betwen the village of  Creston and the C. O. Rodgers box  factory fer the electric light- for the  corporation, which wsis expected to be  available at the middle of September  at the latest, and this matter was the  vuief its sn of 'business-'-at the Juiy  mepting of the village council, oa  j^k-. j Monday night at which all the commissioners were present.  The agreement as originally drafted,  and which has been approved by the  inspector of municipalities and given  the necessary legal standing by provincial order-in-couneil, was submitted Mr. Rodgers a few days ago and  on perusing same he notified council  that he could not sign it until certain  alterations were made and a couple  of other features were more specifically  These were: L That the village  bind itself not to sell electricity outside the village boundaries; 2 That  the Grand Theatre should be exempt  from using village light, as well as the  C. O. Roder8 residence* box factory,  office, yards, etc. -3. That the new  residence of F. C. Rodgers on Barton  Avenue should ' be allowed to use  electricity direct from the plant and  not liable for payment of rates to the  village.  As Itessss 1. ssscL 2 were ooversd in the  agreement the   commissioners agreed  to make any necessary alteration to  make the- matter as specific as Mr.  Rodgers desired, but on item 8 the  council were unanimous' that when  the agreement was drafted at a- conference at which C. O. Rodgers was  present no mention was made of  esenaptang the F. O. Bcdgera residence, and "no exemption could be  giveri.'':V";-y-'? -'".-- ?-^"-;-''"-  Accounts for June totalling $254  were ordered paid,. and Chairman  McCreath of the roads and streets  cammattee was authorized to confer  with Fntiuan, Palmer & Staples*  Limited, to ascertain definitely tbe  streets they would traverse in. their  haul of ties and lumber so that any  bridge that might be used could be  put in shape to stand the loads to be  hauled.  Vslla&ge treasairer W. O. Taylor  reported the 1027 collection of taxes to  be the best on recoid, along with  which there had been a very satisfactory liquidation of tax arrears.  Married at Vam&&SM&������iT  LS&tQP>  Citpi. Jos. W. Bell of Kimberley  wias a weekend visitor here, the guest  of Col. and Mrs. Lister.  Geo. Jacks put Lister on the fruit  shipping list on Wednesday with an  export of a crate each of raspberries  and currants.  Mrs. Fred Powers and son, Man rung  left on Monday for Spokane, travelling by auto in company with Rev. 8.  Newby.   Manning has been   In   poor  health lately, nod a children'^ specialist la being consulted.  Mrs, Andrew Sinclair left on Monday for a' short visit with Nelson  friends, and on her return will be  accompanied by her daughter, Agnes,  who has been at Vancouver for almost two  years.  <H������ Rohan and family and M. Lunk-  trca and family, all of Kitchener,  arr&ved hero this week, the former  ocsupyfng the former Ernest Langston  house, and the latter tho Filmer  place. Both are going to work for  Futaiom, Palmer &Staplct������, Limited.  John Blinco, the well know Oreaton  aplarint, lima been hero a couple of  dny������ taking the honey   from   the   flf-  A pretty wedding took, place at St.  George's Church on July 6, when  Murriel Margaret, eldest daughter of  the late John Hobden and Mrs. Hobden of Creston, was aanited in marriage to Mr. Samaiel M. Whittaker,  eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James  Whittaker of this city. Rev. Maj. C.  C. Owen officiated. The brlde,wore a  white crepe de chine dress with hat  to match and carried a shower bou  qaact of Ophelia roses and lily of the  valtc-y. Aftei- a redding Mapper at  the otel Georgia, Mr. und Mrs. Whittaker left for Banff and Liake Louise  where the honeymoon will be spent.  On their icturn they will reside in  Cranbrook, For travelling tbe bride  wore a blflck and white ensemble.���������  Vancouver Province.  Apples Show Increase  According to the finsat crop bulletin  issued by the provincial departuumt  of ngrlcultiare the . 1027 estimated  apple crop la 175,000 boxeo, oa compnr-  c<3 willa'u JSJ2S yield of 1C3.0G1 boxes.  ���������1000 boxes of crabupploa are expected, which is much the sumo aa a year  ago. The pear crop is figured ntOOOO  boxes as against E012 in 1020, and there  will be 4G00 crates of cherries of all  sorts as compared with 4010 bant ae.au-  on. The ulunip ita the Valley Jh in  plums ond prunes which are due to  drop from 802tf era tee  to about WW an  lflanr.  MUoo SMInff  The Social Club had a good turnout  for their usual berry season dance at  tho Todd ranch on Friday night. The  music and lunch were excellent and  the affair very much enjoyed. ,  Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and family  were weekend visitors with friends at  Bonners Ferry.  Miss Ivin Compton, who has been  attending commercial college at Vancouver the past six months is expected  home this week for a short holiday  before taking a position.  Jack amd Dick Smith tried out tbe  fishing at West. Oreston at the week,  end. Summit Creek is none too promising baat they predict bass will be at  their best about the middle of the  month. Ron. Stewart tried out  Meadow Creek at tbe weekend and  brought in a fine catch of trout.  Tenders for carrying the mail twice  a week on the Alice Siding rural route  closes on the 20tb, but before delivery  can start it wllll be necessary to do  considerable repair work on that part  of the old K.V. roadbed that will  have to be used on the return trip of  the mail man.  $800 was voted at the meeting on  Saturday night with which to ciwry  on Alice Siding school the next twelve  months. The trustees are aw before:  W. H. Mather, Victor Carr and John  R. MiUer.with Guy ConBtable.audltor.  TtrispberrieB aru on the shipping llet  at tbe Smith depot thia week, and  with   no   muoh   moisture it la likely  the   crop   wm  anticipated.  b*������  lt< ���������������'',(!!'      I.I1I1II  HI tow JS^^EEOTTO^   CRESTON,   B.   a  ������������������'^���������jT^mumms  Prince Favors Playgrounds  Glad to    See    Movement    to    Provide  Place for Poorer Children  The British National Playing; Fields'  Asso<tfatjoii,y which has issued-ah appeal for "-������4oO0,b0O and many acres,"  states   that tttere  arc  in  Knglaatd   4,-  000,000  boys  ami girls wlio aa*e-"without such  facilities   .and     that    many  great cities have aiot a single football  field? or cricket pitch  for  the aase  of  the poorer youths..   The .King on his  birthday placed?rwo- of the Itoyal pad -  docks  at  Itamptoaa  C!oua*l,   containing  about .six aeres, sit tlae disposal of 1he  Association,  lu   the  absence"    o'f    1he  Duke of   York, who  is  president, the  Priatce  of Wales on.  his a*etaaa*aa  from  the--Derby visited a broadcasting station and Rave a wireless talk in support  of  tlae   movement.  ]      As   a   lover  ot  games   himself,   tha  Accept    OBly    "Bayer"    packagfg        j Prince  said   that ho  was   really glad  which contains proven directions, j lo see oia foot a snovetnout to provide  proper placing fields for these ���������1,000,-  000 boys avnd girls and that he laoped  soon to see the day when not. one of  litem could say, "1 iutvo nowhere, to  piay.'  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache       Rheumatism  j DOES NOT AFFECT THE^HEART j  boxes   ot   12   tablets  Also bottles'of 24 and 100���������Druggists.  Aspirin la the tr*cto tna-rtc (rieElsl^wd In Canada*! of Bayer Mannfactnre of MonoacetW*-  ��������� eiaestar of SaUcyUcacl<I (Acetyl SailcyUe Acid, "A. S. A."). While It ts well known  list Aspirin means Bayer saanuraetur*'. to assist th������ pntslle agatuat tnaataUoss, the ^Tablets  ������** Bayer Company rriU fc������ ������t*t������i>eU. wiUi   thtix seneraa trade uuurlc, tfca "B*y������r Cross,'*  Outd  oors  The editor 01" this . eolunm steps aside this week 1o gave place U> the  ft������!'.owing "Foiar Minute Kssaty" by Dr. Fa-aiak Crane, and to eon uu etui at to  all  readers as well worthy  oi' adoption:  A good dose of Outdoors ���������would cure almost anything.  v������u5i viea-riug it hat and lot   your hilar Outdoors, fer thai bald .spot.  Co barefoot, and your feet, will slip hack ten years. -  Tulle off your t*l<ia he-s and He oaa the sand iai tlae sua, acquire a rich tan.  and  you -will become healthy as a savage.  Go Outdoors and is nd a appetite.    It's out there somewhere.  t'o Outdoors  and  gel  rid of Nerves.    They  live in  the house.  Or her rats and mice that infest houses aa*e 1 dyspepsia. Constipation,  JLiver Complaint.  Peplesstaess and Insomnia.  Not only Bodily Ailments, hut aU other kinds of plagues and nuisances  are house creatures.  Creeds were aU made iaa stuffy rooms. ItHigkm. faiah. hope, love, and  eouiasr-e inhabit the -woods and meadows, sail the seas, and seek wind ami  sun.  Drives Out Rheumatism  Subdues Lumbago  Brings     Ease    and    Comfort    to  Sufferer   at  Once  tlae  Jesus  it Outdoors.    "Ecclesiastic:  ���������ouneiiS  are  heui  "behind  closed  doors.     The decline of  religion is ti-aceahle  from  the  Sermou  on  the JMouatt  fa tlie asphyxiating:  Me-oting-IJouse.  i'duc-ation ought to he Outdoors.    Jly favorite dieam is the University of  Outdoors, where pupils p,o shoeless and hatless and. leaa-n under the stars.  This University -would teacli the child how io he us healthy as a panther.  And healthy bodies "would obviate most neurasthenic intellectual vagaries.  Where but Outdoors can you learn Botany, Oeology, Astronomy, and tlae  like.    Heal  Science lives Outdoors, as much as l*eap-Frog.  Play Outside.    Prisoner's Base is better than Whist.  l->en kissing is better Outdoors. Copenhagen as much better for your  general system than rwosing on tiae parlor sofa. "Wheat you chase a girl half  ti  mile to kiss her yoaa realize "what real Kissing is.  Eating is better Outdoors. A horse is healthier than a man because  a  horse has to -walk after every bite of grass he gets.  Outdoors as tlae solution of the Prison problem. From cell to sunshine  mean a frona tlae destruction* to the reconstruction of tlae batman waste-heap.  Insane patients -who are violent -when locked tip become peaceable  Outdoors.  Children thrive  Outdoors and pane in the house.  Outdoors is cheap and plenty. ������ ' .  tjod made Outdoors:  man naude Indoors.  And God lives Outdoors;  aai man-made edifices���������Idols.  NERVILiNE  A  King Over Pain  Those -who seek peratiaaieuf a-eliel*  froan the grinding pain of Klaeuma-  tisna and Lumbago should read the  letter of F. K. Norittaud, from <Jeoa*gc-  town, -who -vvrit.es:  "I was fairly crippled with aching  joints aaad Hheuanaiir-cn. Nerviline  must have beeai what 1 needed, because it cleared tip any trouble quack-  ly."  '���������If you need a reliable, strong,  penetrating1 pain remedy, one you can  depend on, get a 35c. bottle of Nerviline today: it will make you -well  quickly.  New Device for Motor Cars  Electric Brake Will Use Less Current  Than Horn  'J'he near future may see the adoption of aaa electric 'brake system oai  passenger cars thai "wi>l require the  least, eaaea*gy oaa the pari: of the driver  to stop tho heaviest type ol* machine  ���������within   a   short   diataa*ee.  This type of brake is being aiaan-  11 fact mod for use on heavy trucks  and trailers, aaaal is being found more  practicable than the mechanical type.  The apparatus requires loss elec-  I.������������������icily to operate all four brakes on  a heavy passengea- cur than Is lteed-  ed to run one headlight or to blow the  lion, once, il  is said.  If  a   tnata  is oul   <j(* his head   he  as  11 pr  lo put   his fool  an   il.  Children Cry  For "Castoria  Owns Pig With Two Mouths  Alberta Farmer Says Animal is Otherwise Normal  C K. Henniatger, a fai-mea-, is the  protad owner of a la-oak member of tho  swltie family. The pig in iiueslhm  was borai with two mouths, hats two  sets of teeth aiad two" toaagues haat  docs aiot reqaaaa-e doaible tbe amount  of fodder. One ot the aaioaalhs is sin-  tionaa*y but. both tongues move In aaul-  soaa, The creature appears to he normal iu all  other respect*!.  On one day ihe nennlnRor Farm  saw aaa increase of thirlynlne anl-  m,al,s "within three hours. In all 2S  IiIks, a coll and ten chicks w^ro horn  ���������within that linae.  "II* every rsiiacber Ttad a Hlinllsir  iu crease, the country would bo soon  overstocked,"   Mr.   .Heianluj.������,er   lauinor  Greatest Menace to Motorists  The two ga*eatest nifaaaees to the  safety of .motorists are the speed  mania and the level crosstaxg.  Wheat it is properly-' appreciated  that roads are not race tracks atid  that level crossings are a species of  death trap, the number of fatal accidents caused by the automobile -will  beconte practically negligible, at  least in comparisoia with what has  been tlie case the last few years.  Urge   Vaccination te  Prevent  Tuberculosis  French Doctors Would Have 'New  Vaccine Given to A!! ChiEdrsn  The success obtaiaied by the uso  of the anti-tuberculosis vaccine developed by Th*. Albert Calmeite of the  Pasteur Institute has led to a movement among French medical authorities iai favor of the universal vaccination of. chilth-en.  Results just tabulated up to the  present year show that froan 2.1 000  cases of vaccinatioai with the hiii-  melte vaccine, which .is known as  "BCC5," there have occurred otaly i  per cent, of deaths frt-m tuberculosis,  while the taibercular mortality a-itaong  unvaccina'ted children as shown by  metHcail stittisaics to reach 26 per  cent-  Professor Calinetto explains tlastt  his vaccine does not inoculate the  patient with the disease, but "siag-  gests"  the   disease  aatd   rouses   anti-  tivity.       This  Fir^t Yokeless Egg ������������������'���������'"-.  Adolpla Goldberg is an egg caatdler:  he 1ms been one foi 30 yeaa*s, But not  until the other day did he ever seo  aat egg without a yolk. He took it to  tlae.Museum of Natural History.- New  York, where officials agreed that ft  was thfe first-on-record.  Miller's Worm .Powders act midly  and without injury to the child, and  there earn be no doubt of their doatdly  effect upon worms. They have been  in successTttl use for a long tinte and  are recognized as a leading prepaa*a-  tioaa for the purpose. Tliey have  proved their power in aaaamberless  cases ������ind have giver*, relief to many  children,, who, hut for tlae good oihees  of this compound, would have contiai-  ated weak and enfeebled.  tubercular bacilli to  has been doxte througli use ol" vaccine  obtained through reducing the virai-  lence of the tubercailosis ba.cilli by  the inbreeding of weakeated bacilli  until an innocaaous vaccine is evolved  which is oialy stroatg enough to suggest tuberculosis in the system.  Early experiments were made with  laboratory animals, and then with  monkeys, over a period of thirteen  3-ears befoi-e the scieattists of Pasteur  Institute, felt sure enough of the  harmlessness of the vaccine to test  the effect upon man The vaccine  aaeed not be injected,, but anay be administered in food.  Despite the appaa-eatt success of this  vaccine, French doctors report a general hostility upon the part of the  public to anti-tubercular vaccination,  tlae saaate objections being advanceo  as those opposing vacciatatiou for  smallpox and typhoid. But an increasing aiutmber of physicians are becoming interested aud the use of the  vacclate has already spread to aai I  countries of "Europe.  n  oia sly observed.  Plan to Shorten Voyage  Passengers    Will    Be    Catapulted    In  Seaplanes   From   French   Liner  Vassengei's  will  sooaa  be'caliipulteil  in sea]ilitnes  front the deck of the lie  De   I'"ranee,  latent?    addition     to     (lie  Especially  Prepared   fair Infatats     ^owvh Lino fleet io nut short the voy-  aiKo across the Atlantic ocean. It is an-  uouih.imI in :i cable to lhe l-Ynncla l.lasc,  'J'he cable crutie Croni the He 1>e  Prance, which was en ruule 10 the  United  Stales on  her maiden voyage.  and Children of All Ages  The First Economy  A young annu proposed to a girl  and was accepted. After t.heir -first  fender transports were over they Cell  into- serious talk.  "Now* Unit wo aa-e t.aagagod," said  the glai. "we must begin to ecoaio-  mize. Prouiise nie, daw-ling, that yoaa  won't do anything you can't afford."  The young maat laughed grianly.  "Jf I prornalsoil you that," he said  "r'd have to break oft' our engagement."  r.reut Brit.itin. Canada, France and  Italy havo paid bonuses to their world  war veterans.  DYSENTERY  WAS  SO  BAD  BECAME  ALARMED  Mrpr, Wallndo P������ppor, Tt.Tc, No. C,  Simoon, Out., writ-iva:���������"Lftrtli mimaaier .1  wiih very bm\ with dyHcntery. J. lost my  appetite, and had tini'li severe pains in  my abdomon lliny naade me voa-y faint.  IprtfiHftd blood wliinlagMfttlyalnrmRclmft,  ho 1 hiiartod to tho dochn-. ilo told ano  Iho cuiinltest way to got rail of it would  bo to titko  WEAK, LISTLESS GIRLS  Need Such a Tonic as Dr. Wil-,  Ham s* Pink Pills to Restore ���������  Health  When a girl in laer teeaas becomes  pale smd sallow, especially if at the  same tiane she shows inclination to  tire easllj', a listlessness and inattention to her work or studies, she needs  Dr. Williams' 3?iatk Pills, a tonic  which directly aaid specifically eor-  a-ects the condition from which she  is suffering. A chemical analysis ntf  the blood of such a girl woaald show it  to be deficient in .iust the elements  Dr. -WiUIauns' Pink Pills can supply.  But an analysis of tlae blood is not  needed���������the physical-signs-aro plain.  A-moiif*- these signs are a pallor of  the cheelcs and lips, dark circles im-  dej- the eyes easily tired atati breathless after slight exertion. Poor appetite, lieadaches, ami sometimes fainting spells follow; often the patieatt is  nei-vous and is startled at? the least  noise. In all run-do wit conditions  there is no other tonic will build yoti  up so Quickly aaid so surely as Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. The statement  ot Miss Dorothy IaimMin, Bush Island. !N".S., will bring hope to other  weak girls. She says:���������" l wish fi-om  any hoaa-t I could persuade every per-  soaa who ds in a run-down condition  to give Br. Williams' Pink Pills a  trial. About a year ago T was a weak  girl suffering from impoverished  blood and a ram-down system, with  many of the attendant symptoms. I  had often read of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and decided to take them, and  alter using six boxes I feel as well  and strong as. ever. Br. Williams*  Piaik Pills will be any standby In the  future if ever a������y blood needs btailcl-  ing up again, and I shall'always flaitl  pleasure irv recotimaenctiiig them to  others."  You can got these pills from yoair  da-uggist, or by mail at GO cents a. box  from The Ba\ Williaatas' Medicine Co.,  Ua-oclcville, Ont.  RJniiiiM I I''h"iHii>r'.i a.'.irtiurlii. hua  l������������-t>n in 1 j - - *������ i<������'' itM't .".n ye'it';, 10 re-  l'"v������' l������,*il>j>'- anil I'liiWireri of t'onstlpa -  .;,,,,       |,'|,,i..i,.,,,.,���������       vr'ii.ii     <*ids.c     Tim! ' r'1'*"   I,'''"������!J'   ������!,l|   f"1'  the   seraphine-"*   he-  iMiiirhea; al|n>lug ),,ev������*rhilin������������HH nrl.-i-I lug rtliot from the llucr olT I lie CJraaad  Ir..; tli.Ti'lroin. and. |t> n-giilailng tlie J \\n���������\iA whence they wilt cairry paK.-w-n-  Hioiiiftch  nnd   ltnwclri,  ailils   the  asslau-  *|!������ilfin   or   lAiod :   ''"villi;   natural   .sleep  'V. it I Kill I    ������������pJ:i les.  'I'hf   genuine   l������<.-������i*.i   1 ii*n:il Hi>���������  of  K������ii*.s to .seaboard cities of thn   Tnlied  SlaleH mail ('anada.  The   .���������^���������aplaniirt   will    noi    he   addeil  until  tin- liases' iaa.-" .,������a:tde M'-'veia! Jrlp.a.  ^���������&&*&mV$/*  \X  .\  1 liSM  Are  you   'iciualailnil   wilh  anv   man  a*viMi   ll.11 li'ifi   Jiin    wile ,  I Kei?p Min.'ird'r. I. Miiniern: i������*;������r ,n la.ind.  "T tool; only pitrl of sn holtlrt ami ivas  ftoniplclolv r������li������vftd. ��������� I f������������l I cmnnot  rccouutiond it ton highly."  Tlairt worulcrful Imwasl compliaant rem-  ftdy liaia been on Iho mtuicd lor tin* omit  HO yeftrn; mat aap only hy Thn '('. Mil-  liutii tfu.j iVimiiud, Toronto,, Out,  Dust Causes Asthma. Kven a Ut  tie speck too- saaaall to see will lead to  aRonies which no words can describe.  The walls of the breathing tubes con-  tract and It seems as if the very life  must pass. Front this coatdltion Br.  J. :i"3. KeHogg's Asthaua Remedy brings  the user to perfect rt-s>t. It i-ellev^s  the. pussaRes und aaornuil hreathlnic is  firmly eshibJished again. Iluaadrecls ot  teHtianonials received manually pro\e  its effectaveneBs.  Russia   Building  Airplanes  Equipment of Soviets Increased by  Sixty   New   M.acltlnes   _ ���������  Aaa increase ol" anore than nixLy  noraijihiiies In lh<> aerial forces ol' line  Soviet union Is anaaoaaaiced as the a>v  sult of a (!ouuta*j-wide campaign  coaidueted aander the wmelivvord,  "Our  uuHwer   lo  (MiiiuiberhiSn.*'  (i'hls re for.-* t<i tlae brealiinK off of  dlnlotituitle reltttloiiH with 1'ttisala by  (,ii*rmt: Jhltalu).  Jteports froan-2!3 provlncl.-il cll.los  paih'llRlinrl nt TMohcow naaaao'aanred ,lhe  Intention of the various unions 8n  thotio placehi U������ coaaalnact froua one to  twelve aiei'ophoioH ceicIi.  Tjonlnprraiil lendw Iaa the liulldln^  program.  Min.ird'a Llrmirnaiit for insiect bitea,  MiiRliHh H<!leaa|[ntH are oNpcarlment-  lnj3 with an electric niachino desl-^aa-  ed to e'llaaainale Iho detnio Xorh whlrh  visit 'London,  A .sy.-iiKini of oonaJiuinlcatIom by eyia-  llil UUI.Iiik to hulk c r In������aaaal ii Is IhsIiir  aas������������d by tiuloetlve!>( in <nn.-ul.*i.  WHnrard'o Lhtlmant for wartb and Plm-  plea.  Selling Deer Antler3  itelndeer have shed their auilert*  aud native herdsmen at Noane, Alaska are baasily gathering and trans-  porltiiff thean to the coatst for shipment lo the south. The bone material  is vnlunbWi i'or many articles of mnuui-  factuie.  For Both House arid Stable. ���������  Thc-ro is a good deal oC similarity,  physically spenhiaag, betweeaa htanuui  behtRs and the lower nuiamds. Both  are subject lo many ailments arising  froaaa lnfiamanation nnd to ."ill msmnoa*  of etalu nnd bi-aalses. Dr. TUoifia������'  Eclectrio Oil Ih an entirely vellahlo  a*eineily Tor such ailanents and mishaps  Iaa hnlli haanaau beings riaid the lower  ordoro of animals.  -tt    At a depth of tad fool, tho witter of  tlio I'l'itd Sea Is twice as stilt as it. is  on tlio surface, aiad ab 1,000 lent thruo  Unaea HM :r-ttlt.  Whidher tlao c.ovn bi������of ohl or now  Kfowlli. ii: inaant yield to Ilollowny's  Com llo in over.  An elec'Lric slioo-pollshlaag aaiachlnw  that Hhltioii both Bhooaa jattloiaraaitleul'ly  and In oaitly three aaalnutes. has heeaa  tlevelopei"!- (  Thot'u zood ������dvic������ if you have  Diarrhoea. Then for quick relief take a dose or two of  Chamberlains Colic 8c  VHI NCW PfrKNOM ������������MaKDV. IMs.-i  wwitt taj er %9 a% OS er% rs r.������*  8yutf ^ai ,^a u ^^^^ ^a mmk a>#"' W tuM '���������"if ***utm& rm ***" ^ ^a'^t*1-**  ������.'| m������ |il������i*Wt������r C������.������trirh. H������, M Htm H������l������������������l A  hliimmmm-mmm. H#.������*������r������lt.r������rOaW������������hn������.r.������*������  it������ll br tmmstm, cmnuts, 111. *r ������*������uti������ Mull lr������nm  R!l������CMIlOM������������.������������.������������������������������������������������������l������1WI.HW.I. !-���������������*������������������ THE   BE������IE Ws    CRESTOK,   B.    C.  jff) <?  <=. <sr ^w or vv  TORY  WOW A&5UKMJ  IM MifaHTniU  Canadians AH  Mil*  Ii  ��������� 'OA'l-niMo    ' U-������������|s������ws5ia-s*ol^*a'B-a  Winailpeg.-���������Premiea* John Bracket!  and his Progressive supporters were  returned to power iai tlae provincial  general election with a clear-cut man-  date, to guide" flip pblitica3 destinies ot  laljtaaitobVt for audi.laer live years.  Indications^!re" for a Government  ���������victory in 29 of the 55 seats jit the  Legislature, or etpa.nl lo Its 'representation at dissolution.  The striking feature of the electio*q  however, was?: the showing of tho?  Conservative Party, "which iii standings earlj- compiled, was credited with  15 seats, a gain of niae. Liberals ap-  peaa-ed to have lost two seats, with  only three candidates declared elect- j  ed and two leading, "tvlillro,. Labor appeared to have weathered the 'storm  with, its pre .dissolution representation  unimpaired.,? The gains were "chiefiy  made at the expense of the taadapen-  dent group.f which had only elected  one member and wans leading In two.-  In the last Hota.3 3 the Independents  had a voting strength of eight.  The electors of Manitoba appear "o  to have, registered-a. sweeping verdict  in favor of extending the present facilities for the sale of beer. "Winnipeg  piled up a majority of approximately  15,000 for ehanges in .the beer laws,  and sale of beer hy the glass iu Cov-  ea-nirtient-liceused establishments likely will be the result. Proponents of  the beer parlors out-voted those in  favor of beer by the bottle under--the  "cash-ahd-carry'* .system by nearly  two to one.    Indication that the elec-  Cartier Says Ganadiar  to  Be Proud Of  J'orouto.���������After V68 ! .years.       Mile  l Hortense Cartier,    daughter    of    one  of  the  Fathers  off.Confederation, Sir  Oeorges- "Etienhe Cartier.- returned to'  Toronto.    Toronto avas her" childhood  home between ] 854. and 1859.    When  the Government moved to  Qaaebec at  that lime  she went with her father,  and until   today  has  never  seen?Tor-'  onto siaice. r;  IMadeottoiselle Cartier". came from  Prance as the gitest of the Canadiaai  Government to atten.i the celebration  of the diamond jubilee- of Coatfederation., f:  "One thing I do hepo to see Soon  is fhe adjective 'FrencVydroppeti. in  Fretich-Caaiadiaai.'* she said. "I think  everyone should be just plain Canadian���������and it is a title of which everyone should be very proud. i  "I'm going thi'oaigh to tlie West: and  1 ana eager to "get a feather crown.  My father had a. wonderful head dress  and- belt given hian by the Indians."  ?WM*%mmMmL  ms* ������..,*&%.** StJ  HON.  JOHN   BRACKEN,  Pa-emier of Manitoba, whose  Government is returned  to power.  Will   Use  Aeroplanes to Control   Dust .  by  Spreading   Chemicals \  Fargo, N.D.���������Aea*oplanes for dust- j  ing -wheat fields with "cola," a chemical with which experiments are to  be made in the hope that it will prevent or 'coaita*o! black steait rust on  wheat, 'will'--be used on an extensive  scale in Manitoba aaid will be tried in  a smaller way iai Cass County,- North  Dakota, it -was learned here. .  T. M. Shields, officer of the^ Royal  Canadian- Flying Corps, spent Sunday here eat route from Philadelphia  to Winnipeg with a new aeroplane  which he wilL use -in, dusting fields  in Manitoba. It is planned to treat  about S.000 acres in the Canadian  provinces.  Walter Ft. Reed, who is to make  sanaller experiments on his farms  near Chaff e, N.D., -conferred .with Mr.  Shields regarding the proposed  Canadian experiment.' Mr. Heed will  have experiments made cm three  diffea-ent kinds of wheat dusting  about 10 to 15*-aci*e tracts of each.  IMfTQ il  S  w~ i^ifi'i  ..PI?  JUAB*  ^COMMON PERIL  "V  Welcome Return of Royalty 11 WO CLASSES FOR  Duke and  Duchess off York Are Home  After Six Months' Tour  London.���������The     British   newspapers  were filled -with enthusiastic welcome  to the Duke and "Duchess of York upon their return.from,their six months  tour to New Zealand and Australia. In  eoimeeiion    with    the    welcottie    are  many references to the self-sacrifice  of the Duchess-of York in having left?  her   infant   daughter,   Princess   Kliza-  beth, for so long a period. One writer  yays tlti.i gives the Duchess.a liatk oa.  common understanding with all' those  other    British    wives    and    .mothers  tors want the Government to continue j whose   husbands   are   called   to  visit  RITASN  Newspaper Men Elect Officers  its .control over the distribution of intoxicants was shown in the defeat of  the proposal which would have given  the brewers the right to deliver beer  direct to permii-hoaders.  or make homes in the outposts offthe  eanph-e aaid who musf choo'se between  -thoir husband and children.  Mr. Sam  Wynn,- Yorkton,  New  President of Weekly Newspaper .  Convention  1-Xuntsville, Out.���������Sam Wynaa, York-  1 ton,   Sask.,   was  elected  president  of  the    Canadian    Weekly    Newspapers  Association at the concluding session  of  the  annual   meeting  here.     Other  .officers are: 'First vice-president, S. "B.  Anslow, CampbeHton,    N.B.;     second  vice-president, Hugh Savage, Duncan,  B.C.     Directors   include:   British  Columbia, R. E. White, Kamloops;  IT. G.  The United...States ..aaid    .Tapaatcse~j-j>arsons, Golden.      Alberta:     Charles  Geneva, Switzerland.���������Great Bvitrtiu  proposed to the technical co.mi.nittee  of the tripartite naval conference that'  the cruisers be-divided iatto two classes, one of j 0.000 tons carrying eaght-  inch guns Jind the other of 7,500 ions  with six-inch guats.  Returning From England  Cabinet Ministers Wilt Sail for Canada -Shortly  Ottawa.���������Hon. James I\faleoltn, Min-  islor of Trade-and Commerce, who. i'"*  at present ;4aa: England will -jail 1W  Caauida oai July 9, according to pves-'  ent plans. Mr. -Malcolm lias vjslted the  offices of the trade comonissloiters for  Canada-in Great Britain and will iai-  spect several of the offices on ahe  eontlaient  beroa*e  rettirn'ing.  Hon. Robert    forke, .. Mi niwicr    of  laumigration, will sail for Canada, July  23.   Mr. Forke has been several weeks  in London involved    in    negotiations  With  the British  Goveratmeut  for lhe'  extension   of   the   3,000-family   settle-1  ment scheme as  well as other. inmii- \  grsitlon agreements. V  This month, Hen, Charles "Dunning  Minister of Hallways, will anakn the  trip to" Hudson's Bay accompanying  Frederick Palmer, tha British engineer, the Canadian Gove raiment has appointed to report oai the coanparan ive  merits of Pork Nelson aud Fort  'Churchill as aa, tennlnal for the Hudson's Bay Railway, Major Graluttii  Hell, deputy minister, and Col. T)tt-  btiquo, chief engineer of tlae department: also will be tat tlae party.  Ship License Cancelled  Panama.---Pnanunan Consul Morris  at Vaineouvea*, B.C., has been ordered  to cancel the Pannman registry of tho  ship Fedemlship which some time ago  xvns seized by tlie American iirolalhl-  tion iiiiihorllh������t* and later released on  tin* onler ol* u Federal court, The  Punainan action wan based on l.he  ainn-paiyaneut of Ijlijj thiu lo tlio N:t-  lloniil IreaHiiry for laves. M. Morris  reiiorted that eiinc(ilhatloaa ol Uu> Pan-  atnan peglntry haul bi.'ou soliclfeal by  tlae owners or iho vnssel,  Authos-lsad lo Tire Snlu-.ec  Oltmvai.���������Fdinontoii ims beeaa aiilded  to tbe list of stations nt which ������i"iil.-  lery aasthites na'e llred tin eerlaht mi-  thorl/ed o.cciikIouh laacludinij; Ho.vnl  jatthalen on the aovoreigaii'js blrt Inlay  and lnoani ai ton Day, uci'onllaag i.������ :>.������������  annouisc.'iaaeait by tho dejnn-tniont or  AJalional ������li*V'iii'c,,  Receivea Peace Prize  Oslo, Norway,���������Foa-eigu Minister  ���������ft I ret.onmat of Uomanmy bras ni'i'lved  hore i<\ receive the Nobel peace prl*/.e  for 1512a! which ho ihIuhvh with l-'or-  clffaa Mlulflter 13rl������ui<l of "France.  Chinese Natiosafiisls  Suffer Defeat  30,000 Casualties Reported After Four  Day's Fighting ,  Loialou.���������A Shanghai despatch to  Kxcharage Telegraph says the Chinese Nationalists admit suffering the  heaviest reverse of the war at  Suchowfu, North Western Kiangsu  province.  Attacked by <?^eneral Sun Chttan-  Fang and has Shantungese, the Nationals evacuated the city after four days  lighting, in .which they lost 30,000  men, mostly killed, aaid retreated '50  miles to PengCu.  Killed in Air Crash  Flight Lieut. Anderson in Fatal Accu  dent at High   River  Canary. Alta,���������Fligltt. Lieut. C, N.  Aaadeason. Iloyal Canadian Air Foi*������:e,  was insttanlly killed wheat bis plane  crashed aud bUE-nod at 1lan 1'1'lgh J fiver  Federal air patrol statioaa.  Tho  accident occurred as  the  flier  delegations -requested liaiie to exaan-  ine the proposal "ft"in the light of the  effect it would have on the navies ot  each power concerned during the life  of the treaty.  Some     observers     have     expressed  fears that the    tripartite    naval    conference  has  reached a   critical   stage  because the British aud United States  representatives  have  not     yet     been  able to come together oai the question  | of reopening the Washington treaty.  The Japanese have announced their  inclination   to     support     the     British  view' on the question of limitation ol  the size and annament of battleships,  coiistdei'atiou.  of  which   would   mean  re-discussion of problems  thought to  have been solved by the Washington  treaty of 1922.  The determination of the Uaiited  States delegates to re strict, the conference to the scope outlined by Pres-  dent. Coolidge's invitation to the powers   remahis   unchanged.  Clarke, High River; A. It. ..Funis, I.e-  <luc, Saskatchewan; C. It. Macintosh,  M.P., North Battleford; D. C. Dunbai,  13-stet an.  .mnsier ������i ivishlair units  VChickgb.-���������The British''-family oi" nations may bicker among themselves  but they .will aaieet an outside menace  With a ' united ' fro-pi, Sir Cecil Hurst,  legal adviser to the British foreign  office, told a. University of Chicago  audience during the second of a  course of lectures on "Problems of  the/British Empire." ���������  In this lies the plaim of empire to  be a total unit and internaticiml  though foreign powers might question  the reasonableness of treatiaig the  empire vas a unit in strength of the  common allegiance to one king. Sir  Cecil said.  "Faanilies  cannot be  made by  coat-  tract ;   they   cannot  be   made   or   uai-'  'made by mere    agreement    of    their..  j .members.      The British,   empire    has  came stronger, they may have'���������.���������become more self-contained more able  to stand alone; but the ties which  united them to the parent state re-  atiaiai intact."  British nations, Sir Cecil declared,  will continue to act together In foreign affairs because the spirit of  British autonomy is based on the  admission that ciucstioas. affecting the  whole group cannot be left to one  ���������member of'the ga*oup to conduct; without reference to others.  Equality of status among nations,  as among individuals did not necessarily mean equality of \ stature.  wealth or temperament. Iai the  British Empire equality meaait tho  absence of any power of control by  one community over another.?? Some  inequalities still exist between the  powta*s of the British and pominion.  governments bait these were?, being  swept away.  Several   Western   Units   Will   Change  i  Location j  'Ottawa.���������Re-lccation  of    a    number  i of  military  units  throughout   Canada j  1 is   announced   by   the   departmeait   of |  national defence.  ���������.The* Westntiaister    "Regiment     '"C"  Company,   has  been  transferred   from  Tuisskm to��������� New..Westaninster,, B.C.  The  Assiniboia  Regime ait,   C.   Coiti-  pany,    has    been    transferred'    trom  Manor to laulian Head, Sask.  Canadian   iMachane* (Jaaat Corps.   No'.  3   Company,   machine   gun   battalion,  has   been  transferred  trom  Nanaiano,  B.C., to Mission, B.C.  Makes Parachute Descent  Toronio Girl Drops From Aeroplane  At One Thousand Feet  Hamilton, Out.-���������Alias Caroline  rtykes, a Toronto ottlce clerk, .naade  what hs known to he the first pnrachitic descent laoan rut iieroplane hy <>  woaiaaat in    Caiaaaida    here    when    she  was landing in formation, at test flight J stepped off an aeroplane 1,000 feet up  for tint  Jubilee Celebrations being in {in the air and made a perfect landing  progress.  The    wrecked    ship  burst    halo flnnae.s.  Anderson was 25 years old, uiunai--  lied, and his family ' a-osides in the  Brandon district.  I oai the top of a mountain. Miss Sykes  immediately', had beeaa up Iai an aeroplane but once  before. 11. is likely she will bo can ployed   to  repeat   iho, stunt  daily  at  Ilae  Canadian  National  Exhibition in  Tor-  en to.  Hungary's Wheat Crop Less  Ottawa.���������According to a cablegram  received froaai the International laistl-  a.ute of Agriculture at Jtoaaie, the  wheat ea-op of Hungary is 08,784,000  bushels as compared with 09,200.000  last year and 7L('74,00O in 1.1)25. The  cablegram also states that Hungary's  rye crop is 2r������,5l.1,000 bushels against  110.015,000 in 1926, and 32.525,000 an  1925. *  . Dr.  Haanel  Passes  Ottawa.���������Dr. Kttgene Itiiajtel, for 20  years supea-intendeatt aaad diaector of  mines, died here recently, aged 86  years, lie was inlornuHoaaally famous  aaad held a number of degrees frona  Cua?at!lan ami. American 'universities.  \V.    N,     U  HjlW  ^iiiiii������iii^;  Famous Explorer for Japan  Captain mould    AanuudHen      ruinous  Norwegian   explorer,   who   htm  and  Hailed  to  the  Nor I la  Pole  oi  down  Itn  Ih here shown ou board Ihe Canadian  Paelllc linev MmprcH-a of Asia Juat. before leaving tor Voltoluiina from Vancouver, Li.C.    Willi lalm In the photo*  VlflllUj,   Ih    lil-'whliji   i������.   i ill*   io   J.ui/.i.i   .li'iil j ^i-.i^Ii  c.  *2t;!.hh'.(-hm!il?-,   V^r  weglnai coiImuI sit V*.laicoui er and fi,  L. Ivreuii������r, a/C ibe Vniicouver Harbor  Com mission. It is inadea-Hlood that  Cap!aha >j,nanadsen Ih merely latlaltag  a holb������������y trip,  Crops Doing Well  Favorable Crop Report Covering Aid  Western Areas  Winnipeg.���������-Since the completioaa of  seeding opei*ations weather cpttditions  have been entirely favoa-able for  growth, aud crops* aro doing -^ivell alanost everywhere, according ;. to> the  weekly report issued by the -Xgrieul-  tural Department of the Canadian  Pacific Railway. Earlier sown grains  aa*e practically as fair ahead as" at this  ititie last year, with the grain so-vvn  later atboatt a week behind. A considerable percentage of the crop was put  in unusually latoy'but with present  weather conditions laiainUtiniaig ilie  rapid imil healthy growth there  should be no question of harvesting  the crop within tiane this fall.  Cutwoa-ms hate caitsed di-tat'iage ot  a minor character at a few points,  but. the loss in this respect does mil.'  nearly approach Ihe average. Hail  has boaleaa down the crops, over la*na-  tod aereages In a few -localities iaa  ttask.'i-tHiewaai ami Alberla, but tlie  grain was not sufficiently advanced to  bo permanently injured. Tbe noUcebhi  feat aire this year is round lu the increased anioiant of new breaking un-  derialien, and the larniers aa*e lakiiiK  every auivnaataKe of Iho s:������t Isfjictory  soil   moisture   eonditions.  Novel Flight Planned  Lomlon.-���������'Mayoi1 Monro amaouneod  that an invitation would be brojidcast  imanedialely to aviatoa-s to qualify for  a aaon slop (liKlat froan London, Out,,  to Loud oia, Englaaad, for ai pai/.o of  $25,000 to be provided by a local brewery. A machine for the flight will be  purchasoil hy the same concern and  handed over fo the aviator as soon .'is  one fully qiuilillecl, preferably a Canadian, has been found to undertake <be  trip.  Favor Amalgamation  Vancouver, Tl.C.���������Ratepayers of  Vnneouver nnd South. Vancouver by  ovca*whel'anlaag annjoriilnH voted in  favor of amalgamation vZ the eity and  ibe mimlrfp'illtloA or Snnila Vancouver and Point (?rey.  Incrense in Co.il Output  Vancouver.--During the flrs-i lour  anonihs of ihe year tin: coal- iiaint-n  of Iti'lilMli Columbia prmlaiced Sfj-t/Jica  long ioiib. am IncreaHe of ir������4,U2:t i'inii>  limed   vvllli  the a-'.lniU'.a- peihad of  Uv2tt. n k*w*j WA**tfv*--"u.' 't-lttt tf������*������i*������  ���������^^^.^U-W^NW-W^^  VMSnaottmMpM  .-"������-.'  'OiJS   -CBESUCFBI   KJBV^W  ���������*a ?!  1 II  B aanaiB"    iik*  s  e ees    UBSb  ^f a fiaoaa   turam mm mm. mmn  issued every Friday at Creston. S.C  Subscription: ������2.50 a year in advance.  S3.QG to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  ORESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. JULY 15  The North and South Road  Creston awaits with unusual  interest an official announcement  regarding the boundary terminal  of the Idaho north and south road,  following the recent visit of a  PurthiH and Bonners Ferry delegation to Nezperce to discuss with  the authorities of the state the  matier of getting on with the  completion of the highway from  Copeland.  The road bias been halted at  that (Joint for at least two years  pending a decision as to whether  the terminal should be at I5ftstr>orfc  or Porthili. Up till very recently  Eastport appeared to be favored,  but with the extensive dyking  work that has been completed in-  the Kootenay Valley between  Copeland and Porthili it now seems  all but assured that *,h������ latter  place will have the prererenee, the  county commissioners having decided that they will not vote their  one third of the   coustraaction   cost  jar tne  roan goes  anywnere out- to  the town to the south of us.  Insofar as the Britsh Columbia,  connection goes Creston has always  been given to understand that in  easa Porthili was favored by the  U.S. authorities undoubtedly tiae  abandoned K.V. right of way  would be used and the iranspro  vinoial highway linked up with  here,  &Fwt^*.trtf.  rsp&Tosr  reports  vu*  -  chance of the road reaching Porthili in 1927 is not bright as there  are only funds to build it half the  uncompleted distance, but this  should not interfere with a drive  being made on the public works  department to include in the 1928  estimates the f raids needed tQ  build the Cresion-Porthill link.  With the U.S. road   headed   for  Porthili* British   Columbia   should  make every effort to have the high  way from tlaat point open   to Ores  SCSsXw tftS tlGrtii auu guuvu in^uwnjr  shortly to be opened up, and the  consequent rush of auto tourists  east and west, it, was hot natural  that the question of a liquor store  or   beer pat lor to   make  utoavvn  *-~      ������ ft.      1~_^.       n..      ������������������^���������   *TU_      a  tne    ivau  makers from   the   south   tap   their  boundary objective.  A Toarist Park?  Editor Review:  Sib���������With   much    talk   heard  really   attractive  to   the   tourists  should bob up again.  So far as these facilities are concerned there should be little need  to -worry. Thoy are conducted  purely for gain ������ud whe������i the trade  seems to justify their existence  assuredly enters rising citizens will  not be backward in coming forward  with the necessary petitions seek-  seeking their establish men fe-  However, something that may  well be occupying the attention of  isa te rested citizens is the establishment of a tourist camp ground,  where motor ? visitors can put up  over niche or for a more prolonged j |  stay with the maximum of comfort  and modern camp conveniences.  These are now a part of every  worth while community and it is  not a bit too early to make a start in  this; direction at Creston.  So far as the tourist whose chief  anxiety is to get into a place with  thirst quenching facilities   goes, we  1��������� ..   ���������/a*.,���������4  ?���������   i_-,    ��������� ... ,   -������ 3    __. ���������  U������MI    HUUI11    I.U    KtV    gCli<7(U������9   UIIU     mjc.a~3  him on to Sirdar or Kitchener, but  people who waaat to stay awhile  and look the place over deserve the  best possible atteaation, one of the  chief of   which   is   a   conveniently  s v    , ..-���������.- _���������'..--��������� ��������� /?,;?;  I Don't $ou think # mould he good business to hdoe$our  V  B APPLE    BOXES     and    APPLE    CRATES  delivered NOW.:'so as to avoid the rush  later  on?  |u   For orders placed before August 1st we will date the  invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 10 davs from August 1st.  ���������flUMBB  y^a.  fe<-3?������  IS  ���������fJ^jLP-^jJliJbCS  syaii?l"lli������if|iiil > I mftQfr  H^BBAB-S   Wallk V' ������1 VBdiIh ������     I    1 IlllICI  ^atm^  est  ivioraey carraea aa si. m easy t& __  spend on ������r*fies or may be losi im  or stolen*.  Weekly deposits in. our Savings JEaioSs  -will accumulate rapidly. ���������  Small or large accounts are welcome  located and well  park.  appointed  tourist  CRESTONITE.  NEWS Of KOOTEHAYS  Roadster and Touring  Coupe��������� ��������� - ���������   Sedan--   Landau Sedan��������� ���������  Roadster Delivery ���������   Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  One-Ton Truck��������� 823  All kinds of   Used  Cars  For Sale  ^k /F%ktg%.V*8  ��������� ��������� SP 3*"*-  1025  1114  1181  824  1������27   FORD   PRICES  Ml nese  JL     ASJHa*"w5*     fl *^������**Jf*  EVm"* t*m Sjm ������*4^*?mfe.  9699000  Touring������������������._������-.. .��������� -!j|603.00  Touring���������Sport  .��������� 710.50  Runabout  582.00  Sport Roadster���������*  680.00  Coupe ������-���������  - 754.00  Tudor���������   769.00  Fordor -   836 00  Chassis  - - 489.00  Light Delivery  592.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truck   515.00  Truck, Starter  585.00  Ruckstell Pass   . 70.00  Rnokstell Truok  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVIGE Si ATI ON  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  1  ITRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical illah, ontsy to aorvo.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Uovcrnmont graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  L*ri������IC���������8t  B3Jc.JC.lrm JrZJ.KAX.f, Swz BJI ������ UJvp   ViLJ\L.9 !LJ\JVIS$  n������ff.ft������Mc> mcAr   r������r%vv9 x������v KWT-n  iW U^a t.M w *������j*       mm******** MM     .*     *m^ H*f i*s m *.tm m       m    "%^ t^*^- tgt  incr<������������w-fi k-ji'ij* prndncfcifin naiil prorlncw������H hut tor poultry.    IJiay tho b^at.    I  **Wm*WSm*mm*������M***TBmWm1*%m*mWS^  Over 50 babies are enlisted on  the cradle roll of Fernie United  Chnrch Sunday school.  Bonners Fs������rry is to have an old-  time Free -Methodist camp meeting  ing from July 21 to 31.  The first report for the year shows  the Okanagan apple yieid about a  million boxes lighter than 1926.  The Free   Press hears that construction is to start at   once on the  long delayed   Calgary Fernie Railway,  According to the Cranbrook  Courier Bast Kootenay farmers  will have the biggest hay crop on  record.  Car lot vegetable shipments  from the Okanagan commenced on  July 5th. This is about ten days  later thaia 1926.  At Grand Forks the United  Church congregation is observing  the Sunday half holiday, having  morning servioe only.  Rossland's tourist park was too  small to accommodate all the an agists who spent the fourth of July  weekend in that town.  Regular sessions of the county  court of Fast Kootenay are now  held at Kimberley. The town has  three resident lawyers.  Dr. Basted of Vancouver   is now  residen- physician at Nakusp, sue  ceeding Dr. Emerson who has gone  to the coast to practice.  H. Stanley French 'of Vernon  succeeds Angus Hay as provincial  agriculturist for Bast Kootenay  with headquarters at Cr nbrnck.  For June Kaslo had a rainfall ot  3 61 inches. In tho last fifteen  years thio moisture supply has been  exoeeded but onoe���������1923 with a  showing of 3.81 inches.  In    all    British   Columbia   the  Kootenay and   Arrow   Lakes  dia  tvicts  are   tho   poorest    at   apple  growing  with    an   average   of 46  bonces per acre on 3044 acres.  I  s  I  PREMIER   GARAGE  DAtMrra   g,    MAXWELL.  SEiWieg @N ANYTHING OPERATED SY GASOLINE  town, is taking the services in the  United Church, whose pastor is on  vacation.  Moose are hecoming somewhat  numerous in the East Kootenay  country west of the Kootenay  River, and the big game hunters  figaire these animals are coming  back again to stay.  The Ledge assures that Greenwood is catching its share of the  tourist traffic. One day last week  cars from Quebec and Massachusetts were seen on the main  business thoroughfare.  The Okanagan crop of pears will  be about 50,000 boxes less than a  year ago, and the crabapple crop  55,000 boxes less. The falling off  in plums and prunes is placed at  close to 100,000  crates.  Grand Forks will have an apple  crop 40 per cent, lighter than 1926,  but with saich excellent moisture  fa-uit of hotter siss ar.d quality is  looked for. Raspberries promise a  heavier crop than usual.  It is reported the Consolidated  will double the capacity of its steam  auxiliary power plant at Kimberley  aiving it 8000 h p. for use when  there in a breakdown in the supply  from Elko or Bull River!  For the Okanagan the estimated  fruit crop for 1927 is 2,679,507  boxes of apples, 126,350 boxes  crabapples, 96,500 boxes of pears,  and 231,944 crates of plums, aud  prunes. In every case the figures  show a decrease of at least 25 per  cent.  OOHPOEATION OPTHB  Village of Creston  1 ender s   for  Poles  Misses Lena Vipoud aaid Olive  Aboy of Nelson recently made tho  tirp from   Nelson to   Nakunp, via  KrrIo, on   h<wftebj������.ck��������� where   they  aro visiting tho former's parents.,?*  Tho paper mill atKvorotfc, Wash.,  has just commenced shipping  cottonwood from Bonners Ferry  for use in making pulp. The firsfc  shipment will bo about 5000 cords.  Grand Forks has tho real^ community church spirit, During  July Raw. P. C. Hay man. former  Entfliah   Chiiroh    rector    in   that  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned up till noon of Tuesday, July 20th, 1027, for a supply of  Cedar Poloa far the flnctric !ight  taystem of the Village of Oreston, ns  follows;  00 thirty foot potas. 7-1 rich top.  HO thirty-five foot poles, 8-inch  top.  20 forty-foot potaa, 8-inch top.  Price quoted to includes dcllveay at  desired pointo within tho villiipio.  Lowest or any tender not necesoarily  MCi'pttiCl.  W. O. TAYLOR,  Oreston, July III,  1027.  Village Olerk.  . SYNOPSIS OF .  JINOACTAM0IDMENIS  PRE-EMPTION'S  Crown lands may be ���������are-������snpted by  Brit-tab subjects over 18 yeara of age,  and by edlexauB on deaslarliatS IntenUon  to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and improvement for agricultural  purposes.  Full Information concerning regru-  ations regarding; pawi-emptions Is  given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series.  "How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  whioh can be obtained free of ch&rge  by addressing the Department of  Lands. Victoria, B.G, or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted coverins  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which to not timber-  land, 1.C, oosrytssi ovsr 5,4*30 beard  feet per acre west of the Coast Baajre  and 8,000 feet per aore east of that  ftanrre.  Applications for pre-emptions - are  to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Rocoardlnfir Di-  virstoKiL, in which, the land applied "for  Is situated, and are mode on printwa  forms, copies of which can be obtained from th* Xajad Comsnltsalonor.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, including  clearing; and cultivating at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  rocolved.  PVar more detailed Information see  tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  I/and.M  e>       PURCHASE ������  Applications are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberlond,  for agricultural purpoaos; minimum  price of first-class (arable) land la $B  per acre, and second-class (erasing)  land 0S.SO per acre. ' Further information regarding purchase or toosa  of Crown lands Is given In Bulletin  No, 10, Xjand Series, "Purchase and  Loose of Crown Xjands."  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment oi  stumpage.  HOMESITE   LEASES  1 Unaurvoyoufi ar������&aa, not Gsui������itit31si������ 20  acres, may be leased as homesltea,  conditional upon a dwelling beinn  ereotod In tho first year, title belm  obtainable .after residence and Improvement conditions aro fulfilled  and land has beeaa surveyed.  LEASES  For granting and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 ctore*  may be Scaeefl  by en������ taercott   or   ������  company.  GRAZING  Under tho araslng Aot the Province is divided into grafting district*  and the aran-fre administered under t  <3r*slng ������Commissioner. Annual  trrastng poarmtta are issued baaed on  numbers ranged, priority bolnnr iclven  :o established owners. Qtock-ownwr*  may  form   sssoolationH    for    rnm������������  purmlts   are available   for     settlors,  tampers   and   travellers,   us>   to   t������n  *i������tnd.  it  t   **"!  VA  m  lit  Hi  ���������m  ill  si ���������s?  JDU& - <ojDh������aK������������-v������    ww .is??  ������rslP������-Sfe  ���������^m  ^1<������.a4ri-8^SB  The bag steam roller wnich the pub-  He works department has "had here for  some yeare on hard surface roads. Was  shipped to Trail last week for use on a  stretch of rock road between Ross-  land and Trail.  Up to the middle of the month 226  auto licensee have been issued at the  Creston office of the proV a ncial police.  This is a gain of alasscst 20 over 1020.  and will represent an intake ?.f con-  ���������saderable over $3000.  At the July naeeting .of Creston and  District Women's Institute it whs  decided to cancel ths 102? flower show  and to devote special effort to making  the floral display at the full fair bigger  and better than ever.  Creston and Distract Women's Institute wifrh ato convey their vea*y  toest thanks to the business men off  Creston   for   their   effective   help   in  snaking   a   success   of   the   Institute  booobfe n Dominion Day.  A* 8t*pbass*o? Victofcau, saipervisior  of lookout stations and trail construction for the provincial forestry 'dep&s't-  ment, was here on an official visit  this week, accompanying Capt. Oatis  or a trcip up Boundary Creek.  ���������>. A. MITTUN  PALMER   CH/ROPff^CTO^  ~ - . v������. j, eayap, w������o is now wor&ing ac  Washington.. Oregon,, was .visitor  with his family here last week, and on  his return was accouaapnied by Mrs.  Bayle and children, who .will spend  July and. August iii that city.  is taking  City clerk W. O. Taylor  the custosnary two weeks' vacation  commencing to-morrow, and his office  at the town hall will be closed until  August 1st. He will spend his vacation at  at Kaslo and Slocan points.  .'      '���������'���������>������������������   ��������� , **.  For Rent or XjKASK���������Newly reno-  , Ated cafe and lunch counter,, well  situated in heart of Oreston, opposite  hotel, splendid opnortunitye open  about August 1st. Write or wire me.  M. J. Bcninger,Oreston flotel,Oee9ton.  At the annual school, meeting'on  Saturday night Fred I^ewis was reelected trustee for the three-year  term, and Dr. Henderson was again  elected auditor. $7600 was voted to  carry on the schools foi- the ensuing  yej������r=  Mr. and Mars. Winkler of Maltby,  Montana, were weekend guests of Mr.  " and Mrs J. F. Rose. Qldtimers will  recall Mt'S, Winkler, who previous to  marriage was Miss Miller, a daughter,  of a. former-day proprietor of the  Creston Hotel.  Considerable   work    has   j net   been (  the  nave- ihe cause &? mSSSZC T������i,  .<~t  H, L. ROB/A/SOA/  Barrister <s souc/tor  notary publ.io  r  Imperial Bank Bldg.      0������?2s-S7"OA^  Stock of  New-  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm m*9lt*mh<BHi  Shexs and Harness Repairing  Steel  Rods at One  jOolltBjr Each!  This is a strong, serviceable  steel rod for men or hoys. Ifin-  arneled in black only; bra s  ferrules and brazings; snake  riTiKs; turned corrugated handle  tin ashed natural color, nnd varnished* Contained in partition  cloth bag.     Length 8������ and 9 ft.  V. MAWSON  ��������� done       on      the hill        at  Archibald (Hooper) ranch which  wiii make the hauling easier for the  Canyon and Erickson fiats hay makers  and others who have occasion to-bran g  loads up.that bit of highway.  Kev. S and Mrs. Newby and children left on Monday by suito for a  three, weeks' vacation, which will be  spent in Victoria- In the absence of  the rector. Rev. Clyde Harvey of  Procter will be available for any Anglican ministrations an this parish-.  Creston's share of the 1027 provincial motor licenses is $480 and a  chesjne for that amount is due from  the minister of finance. The amount is  a few dollar's larger than that received  a year ago. The money Is marked  for expenditure onro-kds and streets.  The biggest bass yet taken in local  waters has just been entered by Melt  Beans for the season's prize offered by  Vic. Mawson. The big one weighs 4  pounds 0 ounces, tn the contest for  trout D. A. McDonald of Yahk leads  with a rainbow weighing one pound  fifteen ounces.  According to the Gazette Rev. Fr.  Cocola.a well known early day Roman  Catholic priest at Creston, who has  lately been at ?������rand Porks, and is at  present on a holiday in France, has  resigned his charge at Grand Porks  and intends to reside permanently in  France in future.  Due to the showery weather tbe  cost of fighting forest fires in this  district for May and June was nli.  Arthair Hurry went to work.as patrolman at West Creston at the first of  the month and is busy clearing out  the trails an the Corn and Saamnaib  Creek sections at present.  According to the July crop estittaate  Creston Valley has a 25 per cent.  decrease as compared with 1928 when  there was 20 acres off spuds to 15 acres  this year. The tomato planting has  slipped from 25 acres an 1926 to 16  this year. Ira caicurubers and peppers  is an acre to each���������the siauae as 1020.  In the latest O.K. Bulletin issued by  fche Associated Growers a strong case  in favor of irrigation is made out? in a  statment of production in various diB  tricttt and which shows in "the past  five years the apple crop ut Oreston  covering 907 acres has averaged 120  boxes per acre while at Pen tic tion the  showing is 377 boxes over 1123 acres,  and at Kelowna 277 boxes per acre on  3420 acres. At Kootenay and Arrow  Lakes points on SBM4 acres the crop  averaged but4& boxen.  $m*mm  wtiaiity is Never  .....S������������.;-'\^W������^y    ^**J-    UW?    rV-BLS<l ���������UJLIWJU-VIIOC.  p^  carry is  the very finest that  can be had!  ' -v   :*;   VvV.^VV '������������������.'"    '?���������"'���������'  -    If you are not already using our  0  ts   b  BB  r nniinfl XnflPl  -���������=���������       ���������HBiiiiilS       BiailiBiiiBBBrii ���������  do not Fail to give this bl@nd a trial and foe convinced  ot its superior quality and flavor.   .  ill or Keep  a  jfT*/BS9 ^S  rites ana iviosquttoes  SCREEN DOORS  &  WINDOWS  in all $ize$      ^   '  Hinges* Screens and Fittings for your Screen Door  Galvanized Screen Wire in all widths   ,  Cotton Mosquito Netting or Cheese Cloth  FL YTOX in bottles, at 50c. and 75c.  FLYTOX SPRAYERS* 50c. each  BCLikS B %J3;  UNI TED  sea  r  Electf ic Wiring  ���������^j^SSfl]  \tVfi.MBm\0*wmmmWsmmwm  We have opened out an Electrical Store  one ta East of the Posteffiee  atid aro prepared   to   do all  kinds   of  . . Electrical work.    All work is guaranteed  and   our   prices   ai^   reasonable.    Free  estimates given at, any time.      "We solicit  your patronage.  Standard Electric Service  Poaio0tce Block  fu^GsSjul M CJav  MKM  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals aa follows: Placer Gold, $7R,018,948; I*ode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $106,976,442; Copper $209,967,068; Zinc, G50,512.657s Coal  and Coke, $264,693,133; StaiiGtuiaat Materials and Miscellaneous Mineral*, $50,175,407; maki  ing its mineral production to the end of 1925 show ata  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production; year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Minim������ Laws of this Province iuwj mora liberal and the fees lower than Choce ot  on3' other Province in the Dominion, or any ttolony Sn the British Empire.  Mineral locations are granted to disooverera for nominul feea.  Absolute Titles aro obtained by developing: rauoh properties, the aeoiiricy oE which io  guaranteed by Crown granta.  Full information, together with Minni-ft Reports and Maps, may he obtained pjrjsvtia by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Prontttmlly all British Columbia Mineral PiroportieB upon which clevHopmraenb work haa bean alono  airo������H'������Kr1l!������t������dl Ira Home naae of the Anmml Ropovta ol tho Manltttor of MlraoB. Thornn ooansidwHng nilwlnpi:  iravoRtmoratfl ahoialtl veler to Haaoli ropnrtH. Thoy jiaans itvuitublu without charco on, nppllcaatioai in thn l>f������-  pfartnaerafc o Miia^n. Victoria. B,C Reports aaf Lhe ������Gle������B!o������lcnl Hiarvoy of Otinadu, Winch BailUMain;, Vna-  coaavor, nrr������ recomm^ntlecl Jta valuable nource������ of infornnitlon.  CIh|mm*U c;.������Vii������S������^ each a! th* B1t MirV������.������1 iRimr-v^y DUtHeta airo paabHuhcsl nepitrat'Oly, nnd ������r������ avail  aabU* on application.  H8SBi  lfciW.MOTWlfcff������.I^Wi  ��������� iiiiwii.m 'mi.  ~~~A 'mmmwitmmmmnmt <jmJBT*i>t<i!*i4*'e  ^af*fwa������r*asai  ���������tfWjS'-juf^^V-.wigaT^mv rug**wg  XJUUCi     it*U*V:;iJl?Wi-;':''lJi.tJi?S*JL'UJN,      -E>-      %J.  3  jffl  Want Increased AimuaS Gran  iai  Clean ������c handle.   Sold by all  Druggists, Grocers and  General Stores  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  I'liB?- Duke -md Dili.1 la ess of  York  i-e  eeived   ai   warm   welcome   home   upon i  their  arrivnl   at   I'ort siuoiuli.  flu tie  L'T, j  a/tor   iheir   six   naonalis   \ i:su    lo   Ausy  trala u.  The   'loan-nil   t.f  all*--   l.t'jsian-  of   Na  tion-;  deeidvd   t.o     imue     i-he     Ifnited ;  Sj.hios   io  ihe   l.i'ar.ni-'s   third  iuiwnu- ���������  tion;!t    iijii>ii    I'lUifi'Vi.'iuf   ail   lienevuy  Auk.   *?���������'. :  Th r������'"-e (m>t sens *werv kaiLi'd >vhen (iia ;  si^roplune i'-sll *l.t?K������ii Cot:��������� t ha Ihe out-.  sdcij-������:s  ol*   Winner. S.D.  iai *ail   effort   to ���������  i  a*tisi.ore   tlj<-������   ht-.triiig--;i;,d   syee-eh   of   o. '  ������I������;af ami i e_ '  Canadian  **aaai">loy}.neuF <-ondilU/ns ai ;  ahr-   "n-yipninji' of .iaiur  showed  ai   mote  t';������.\ oj'ablt*   n^i -i'i    aliiin   an   ;*iay    other  aaiotif'.a     sim^      S:V*i*. %[.���������proximaif-ly ���������  43.6S"6   aiior*'"   \voj*fce������a-s   viv'p   ������������������uaploy^d '���������  on Jutii-   t   jIkui   oa>   M-.y   '.  Tv,<-ia;y yi.'i-ei'lle-d Ku^h':'. noblenioaa ���������  have b^c'ii arr<--?>i*-d and bani.^'nd aud '  thoir   i>ro]i-.i'f>   itu-ludinj*,-  :osn<3   flO.oOu \  Saskatchewan    Livestock    Board    Approach   Provincial   Government.  Ar iaca-ease of f 5,000 iit tho annual  grant from the pi'Qviaieialy-govermnent  Avill   be   asked   by  ahe   Saskatchewan  livestock Hoard, It was decided at  a  meetingyheldfiu tlie "Legislative bulid-  in*-fs,   Regina,   Hon.   C.   M.   Hamilton,  I provincial    minister . of    agriculture,  ; took the 'matter    into    consideration  ; after hearing- Ti. T. Elderkin. manager  j of the   Kegtna   exb.ibstio.ai,  and R.   W.  I Johns,  manager or  the Saskatoon ex-  j hi bit ion,  speak  in suppoit of the  tip-  ; plication. _������������������   The   board   at   present'a*e-  : eelves  a grant  of $1.0,000.  Iaa explalu-  ing the vises to -which the extra $5,000  would be put it "was stated that ������1,000  would   be  used  for   the     board's    expenses   and     the     a-o.ma.miug     $-1,000  I would   be   divided     equally    between  j I'ogLrnt and   Saskatoon,     winter     fairs.  I Tho SL0.000 grant has an the past been  i splat equally ��������� between Regina and Sas-  i katoou   winter  fairs.  |      Thai   the  "winter  TairK two  essential  io   I be   development   of  ahe   livestock  \ -and   poultry  industry   oT  ihe province  was stated In  the resolution sanction-  najam  SCHOOL LESSON  JULY 10  SAMUE.US   FAREWELL  Golden Text: Thy loving ��������� Idaidaiess  is before .mane eyes; -And I have  walked in Thy truth.���������Psalan 2U.3.  Lesson:  1 Samuel 12.  Devotional  Heading:������������������ Psalm .26.1-8.  Explanations and Comments  Xliiyc;    l: Otig.tf,  Fight.  sheep.   eoaii>:ea������.������>���������!     because     of     the;  Cornier   <'/-:arist    aSFtlia'ion,--.   of   lhe   so  called  noblemen..  Jugo Shivaa  lias     an     "liipirant     for  trails-Athtniie       slight,    honors.      The  news papers    say     that    the    aviator.'  Boufmbacbieh,     is.     making     prepara  tions   for   n   laig'ui:   [mm   lielgrude   ao  New York in lhe near tftititre.  Tho populatioai of Ontario J'or ah������;  calendar year -was S.IOS.000. uhe ha.t-  est vilaI stalisitca reporL iystaed by  the pa-ovaneial go\-ornmont shows. The  urban populaiaon Ls gi ������_n a<; L/.TS.lSfi,  and ihe I'Uial populatioai is 1,G-S.S.U.  Two luiiula*ed and seven persons in  the United States paid taxes on in-  eo'mes ot $1,000,000 and over for tho  calender year ol" 1925, as compared  Aviih 71* in 1921 nnd 206 in 1916, the  ���������previous high  mark.  TCota. llodolphe T-ea-iieux. Speaker j  of the Caaaadian House of! aJomanons,  was ajaaaiaaiaaou.sly eleeted by the Paris  Aeadonay ot* Moral and Political Sei-  em-o, as the foreign .member of the  academy in place oi' the late Cardinal  Mercier ol' Mfiliates, Belgau.m.  Hairy naeaa Ca*oiai the t'oiar westeraa  provinces \vill Rather In Itegina for  the western c'anada dairy eoatvenlion,  to he laehl Feb. 7-10, 1D2S. The board  of directors of the Sat>lcaiclu>wan  Hairy /Vrssooialioaa. decided oaa ihas at.  its naeeiing laeld  reeenaly.  Both Were Mistaken  a-Mayiaig  over     an     Irish     links.     ?i  oholerae oolonH   lost   his   hull  and   ao  vaaseil his eaahlie of having stolen it.  "When :t mom en t  laier it was round j  the golfer began  an apology. I  ing    llao   request    to   tlae   govoramieut  whi������-h   also   added   lhal    die   progress  of alio  winier  fairs    is    being    handi  oapped by lhe lack of a'unds.  l^olh Mr. Kldorkiu and Mr. Johns.  in their state me aits iudaoated that, ihe  winter fairs had beeai rtan at a loss  a������ui added, that they had an important  parr to play In the development of  the- livesiuek iauluslry in the province.  3i was explained that ihe $1,000  sought for the expenses of lhe board  included $500 in eonneetiin with the  proposal to send a livestock judgitag  team, consisting of fn e bo"ys. io the  Koyal l-'aar at Toronto.  The various stock selection comatiit-  L4-.������������.s  were    appointed    iai * connection  ���������with  the Royal  winter show at  Tor-  { onto aaad the Imernatlonarat Chicago.  verses 1-5.���������In'a, soaenaai    address' in  wliaela he resigned his ofllee au jaadge,  though     retainaog    that    of    prophet,  Sajaiuel   stood   bel!oa*e  Ills   people   aitad  aiannotieed thai, he hid clone their bidding in giving) them a king. "And now,  behold, the king walketh before you;  and 1 am old and grjiyhesided; and, behold,  my sons are with you." Various  exphi aaa tions may be given for this remark  aboaaf. Ids  sonj;   by .mentioning  has age  aud  his  soats he  refera*ed to  lhe   rcaHons   jrlve.ax  by- the   people  for  deanaatdiaag  ;i king   <1  Sam.   S.5);   the  sons Ave re mature'men aaid they proved that their father was of advanced  j age;   he was about    to    abdicate    has  j position as judge,    aaad    he    bespoke  j a*heir kind Ireatment for his sons who  j had been his assistants.    "And I have  j w-jilkod befoa-e. yoti from any youth unto this day."    See 1 Sam.  2.1S, when  li������������   service   first   began,   XSuddeo   sug-  'gests that his thought here was:  The  king you will  find oaat. later,  but  ane  yon have ktiowii well for a long time.  Then   Samuel .put  himself   on  trial*  and asked them    to    witness    before  Jehovah and Saul, his    aaioiuted,    as  G- A. CUNL1FFK  Superinteaaderat Canadian ��������� National  Railway, Brandon, who rotin-d from  active service luly  I.  Miracles in Crime Detection  K*att!������     Criminolorjist    Thrills     Delegates io Convention of Chief  Constables Association  Crime, its deep     rooted    eta uses    hi  human   aiature  and   social   conditions,  the   naeciaaanlsna   of   its   deleetioai,  Its  punishment nanl cure, the handling of ! judges, as to ���������whom he had defrauded  the convicted erlminal, the develop!01" oppressed, or of whom he had. taken  ment, frainaaag and administration of | f ^ZCY^^^������^ZlX������f,n ass have  the police ofllcorss    who'   liave    those  i  A teaspoortful of  Gilleft's Lye sprisakSed  in the Garbage Can  prevents flies breeding  Use Gillett's Lye for all  Cleaning and Disinfecting  Uottis tittle  |j������i| always  effective  -������. j-i v^������j-<:  x*'or-o  "Arriali,   nivoi  null!   the   boy.  a   thitife   ailld   <  ginrlcinin,  an'  rnad������- li ���������mi.>iiik<'.  .1 14 S 1 i I ��������� t >      tliilV       1  'a good   imiiiorj'  mind  at. all,  at all."  Vou   ili������������aighl   Ol  amis  I   1 houghl.   >ou   was   a  beg������;rtah,     wo     bolh  blind,   but   mIic   lias  UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA  WINNIPEG        \  Ortrrfi,    nniono     others.     1hr     1oilowip{j  /..  aninnu     otli<r'<!.     1|-  I Course a:  i Tlimni-'li     K(-      KAi'n.TV     ������i|?     A UTS  ���������    A.N'M  Si *l ICN''I'",  'iiiii-m-   l������.|i(l||i|;   Ki   flu-  ' ������������������-f. r������-������' p   'if   I'.A,   niul   M. A, :   niul   H.Si',,  !  OK'lurl i un    M.S.-,       il'liiil',*.   nr.il    M'.Si'.  TI'r^.Ki'h    !<"    Cn'i'l.TV    <>!���������     M.S'I.'IS-  - r*K!ri.\'������;       wn      .MtriiiTKi'Tcisr':  I   ��������� id; I'M y   r imi lit.    in   | 111-   il������ |; l'������'i������e  nf   II.Si',  i   <���������'. K. li. H ,'-���������'. i K. LI. I, M,.Sc.      .-ili.l  '   It. A i .'h.  : Tit'.,..ii;  fi *-    r ���������'���������." 'i i.t\'    f >\-   m i:i u ���������  1   <���������*','(.;    ,������,',,���������>,������������������<     11 ri, | 11 i ���������������     ti,    i|ic    il* |.' l'l������ fl  ;  <if   M.1 i    imil   i ', M.  Tli|������r;|l",        i   ���������        I ' M -1    | .'I'*)       t i|'-      A������ !l'l  ���������  ���������-t a -'i��������� i i; i:     v's 11     i ;< >m i-:    r,<-<i.N<>-  M l< '.^    i im.i.'���������������'>;    li-������i.| 1. iK-    '<i    I lie   <i't".lfffi  <.f   If..'-'   *.    ������oil   M..s,-.   . I I.I-;, i  "i'i.Mi'������i'li   M'vr..iT������i|:\   i,a\.s   f-'i'linol,,  nn        l������fl  !.:���������!������������������'!        ttiM ti HI bid,        I-        ��������������� f 111 (���������**���������������  IflHiH"������������      l������l      lllH     (ICKJ'IT     ������lf     1,1,   II.  I'<n      ii'ini"     <>'(     <������<! itfi > fi<m.     ������1 !��������� I tt 11 f-     t'f  <-i<>4ir*r-    I'H'I    n.'lirr   li .fori i in I Ien,    ii|i|>I>  lo  <L W.   J.   RF'UNCtE.   M������oUtrai-r  Nvi;������ov#i ������iiy   ������.p  f>i.irvl!<>b.������,  Wlnialpro /  A Dainty Frock  Tins chariaainLi frock i* siiiiabln for  msiiay oceasioatri. Tho fltirl is ,shiri*od  to Ihe bodice having tucks at each  shoulder, aa. lu-eoniaiift round collar and  short sleeves. In View A. Iho frock Is  aaaade ol! plain material and is effectively a ri in mod with lmiid or Insertion, whale View 11 If, lashioiied of lltaf-  tared voile and has I lie trlaniuiiaip:  oan is led., No. ini'O Is in sixes f>. -S\ 10  aaad ia yeiirs. Si/.e S r������.e|iili*es L* >ard*i  Ihl-lricb mat<M*ial, or li.'. ynrds 1 l-lncli, I  and 7 yards 11 ��������� i u i * a a 1 n ������������������; l'or View A. \  ! Prlco 'JO cenl������ I lie pallerii. j  l llr.iiic sewiaaj; brings uio- clolliosl  'within Hie reaeli of all, and lo follow j  'lhe mode is doliylil I'ul vvlion It nana lie  j done so easily and cconoaatically by  I follow I up the sifyles pielin^d Iaa our  i now Fashion Hook. A chart iicciini"  ; piinyiiiR   esu-h   vattern   adiows   tlie   nui- '  terial a.s it appears    v, hen    cut    oai I.!  I I'lvrry d^-tnil Is evplaim d  so Hint tlae  inexperienced sower can aaaake wltliont  i iKIlleiiliij" aaa atlnuHve da-oss. Price oT  'lhe, liotu; Id cents the copy.  How To Order Patterns  Add n i s     \V1 niiipr:;   N<-w.- pm per fiilon,  ]7,ri   MclVeranot.   Ave.,  Winnipeg  , lialiern   No,...     Size   problems daily before ahean���������all of  those pa-obleans came within the scope  of ihe deliberations of the Chief Constables Association of Canada during  their aaanual. conventh.n.  Intake May. Seattle crianinologist,  and president of the North West  Association of Sheriffs aaid Police,  thrilled the case hardened veterans  of police departments from every  province of the Dominion with -his  absoi'bing aecoaanf. of the miracles- of  the laboratory iai crime detection  froan clues as a dropped match, a  shred of fabric eaughfc on a window-  sill, the measurement of the nicks, on  the blade of a knife, the identaiication  of a? straaid of hair, a finger prints  located on Ilae "inner- workings of a  pistol.  Development of scientific methods  of crime detection and co-ordination  of all law enforcement agencies  through central state and provincial  bureaus was his message. It was due  to such eo-operation as found in Canada that Nelson. the suspected  stranglei*, had been appi*eheaided.  "It was the sorriest day of lias life  that he ehose to commit a crime in  this Dominion," declared Mr. May.  Britain Must Guide Egypt  Empire's   Highways   Depend   on   Suez  Canal   Says  Hurst  "Since Egypt? must be guided in  government by u foreign aiation, we  must, be that, foreign nation." declared  Sir Cecil Hurst, tog.il advisor to tho  British minis!ry of foreign affairs in  an address before tlae English-  speaking union, and the Chicago  council of foreign a flairs at Chicago.  "Ilecause the Sue-/ Caaial is the  tippro.-acli to our Aaasta*aliau Do.miai-  lons and alio Far East" Sir Cecil  added, "through Egypt, go the highways, arteries and living veins of  "Urii.isla life aaad we must coaalrol  thc-in."  tlie most valued possessions of the  people, -who *were farmers asd shepherds. "Of whose hand have I takeo  ai ransom to blind mine eyes therewith?" The ransom was tlae money  offered him as. judge to iaiduce him to  acquit a .naairderei*.  Compare Paul's assertions of  blaanelessaiess in his farewell address  to the Ephesaaar elders at Miletus.  Acts 20.17-27;" The people emphatically testified that Samuel's record was  stainless, and he reminded them that  God was  their witness.  "Who shall ascend info the. hill of  Jehovah?  And who shall stand in His holy  place ?  He that hath clean hands, and a  pure heart;  "Who hath not lifted up-his soul  unto falsehood,  And bath not swo'rai deceitfully."  Is Still a Problem  Fish prefer dark, or bhtidaiy sections  of walcr hecause Iho tall r.t-valoet rays  of the sun arc harmful to thoaaa. All  other creatures, however, aro benefited by the rays.  mm~**tq0������0+r^0timm*ifw>^mm^"mjrmi0*m*������^0mmsmq*mmmmi  n y*-my qm ���������rj'-y ������������������'if  _        ^m^t*\*fmf������9Jm\4f J%  vv  N  t. CUF.  Name  Tow u  sfw*  EACTJE ERAN1D  CONDENSED MILK  is simply pure cow1s milk  from selected herds, preserved with, granulated  sugar after part of the  natural, water content of  the milk has been taken,  away,  '"PI?!?  m****t^WS****\***������*******W  WrJto  Th** JBortJthn Co.  tl.,    Manttcnt,  .valtinhJo Bnby  I faro JBook.  Getting    Prince    of    Wales    Married  Seems Hopeless Task  After one of the most active years  in his life in which Edward Albert  Christian George Andrew Patrick  David Windsor, Prince of Wales and  heir to the British throne, has been  "engaged" or "married" more than  any year since he was born, he still  remaiais siaigle.  Ever since 1911, when the Prince  was 17, tryiaig to marry him off has  beeai a favorite sport. It was at that  tiane that his marriage to Princess  Victoria Loaaise ol! Prussia -was mooted. The fact that the Kaiser iind  Kaiserin were then visiting Buckingham Palace probably gave rise to.the  report. Next, Grand Duchess Olga,  daaighter of the Czar of Russia, became the candidsite���������probably based  on tho fact tlaat the Prince aaul the  Graaad Duchess played together as  children.  The pritiee tow often laughs at his  former "tea-cup betrothals" as aaiuch  as he does at. jail of the latest ones  that are heaped upon him.  The feeling is gi-owlaig Iu Eaagland  that the Priaice will ultlaaaately turn  to tho strong solid stock of his owai  coaantry fo'r a wife. This type of marriage by Iho Priaico would be the  most popular he could make, i'or the  people of Enghmd look upon hlaai as  aai excellent type of young Englishman ami liaey woaald like their futata-o  qaioon io he Just as <���������>pioally Eaiglisla.  Will Revolutionize  Telegraph  System  Exact Facsimile of Messages Possible  by New Wireless Discovery  Recent experiments by G. "M.  Wlight, research -worlcer or the Marconi Company, have brought appreciably nearer the day when messages  will be sent by wia*eless and cable hi  exact facsimile of the whole .message  instead of dots and*dashes, letter by  letter, at at pi*esent.  The process is an adaptation of  that by which wireless photographs  arc being transmitted, and y,by this  method it will be possible for whole  pages of ne-wspsapers to be filed at  one end of tlae line and received in  the form of facsimile photographs at  the other end.  Under Sir. Wright's espei-ianents,  anessages of this kind have already  been   seait   a   few  miles  iai facsimile.  The expense of operating under  this system has? naturally not yet  been worked out but if the eost  permits, the day is not far away  when, .foa* instsxnee, a newspaper In  Mo'titreal can photograph, its "whole  edition page by page and telegraph it  to Vancouver for repa-oduction there.  Loaidon newspapers could pa*oduce  Canadian editions by simply wirelessing or cabling photographs of the  completed pages to a printer in Caaiada who by photo engraving processes could speedily reproduce the pages  there.  Under this system an aeroplane  observer in wartime would be able to  transmit from his plane to army hcad-  cruartei-s instantaneous pictures of  enemy country and enemy activities  It is obvious that the new system  will revolutionize telegraphy.  The Corliss engine at the Philadelphia Centeamial in 187G was the largest built up to that tlaaie. It was  rated at 1,400 horsepower, but now  single sieaan turbo-gbnoraiox* sets develop   60,000  horsepower.  vim  tint   juttiay  vVaiiuagutm  SPECTACLES  On 30 Days* Trial  0  ""WW,  ^iiii. m^������ tm . ���������m i . wii  Jt, J. > .4  ������������ i,  Winnipeg General Hospital Presenting  Model of Spanish! Ship  DIreeloi'H of the Winnipeg General  j Hospital nnd aaacnibers of the Proviai-  j t'Ual  Government n-ro mtilUng a prea-  eaitatlon to Viscountess Willingdon ot  | a silhouette model of a llith century  j Hpoaiish   caravel.     The   work  ou   tho  anodel  bus been  done lay tlao oeeaapa-  tlonal dopnrlitaaont of    tho    Winnipeg  Psyehopnthlc    Hospital,    uaador      tho  saapervlsioai of Miss    ,1.    M.    Stewart.  Viscountess  Willingdon,  oai the  occasion  of  her  recent  visit to  the  elty,  I'caiisirl'i'd  on   the   ofllclcaat. work mo n-  Hhlp on Ih������������ wiodfl, which is ji replica  of ii   famaoiiH   Hhlp "El   Kayo  De  Kol."  As ai token ���������if aeirnrd and us ��������������� memento of  her lirst  visit  to  the  city Iho  M>'���������������������>'iia.������"SiJ    ;it;d   Jto--.plLai   bonrd   de  eldnd   tn ninli*'  Hie  pn-.-'t-iil at lain.  VSJU five tod  * younger  and y������������ more  dltilriEuliilieil   ������ppcarr������nce.  nul1t' for Btrenitth, Ooimforfc, Bmiuty.  l.lKlit nn ft (eatlier, -Willi Huicoth, uuocl-  polintiKd none bndice nnd uriu-trfuUy  OMrved tenualB bown that ciannot cut tlae  tnoiit tender nose or curs. A work nf  henuty   ttrad   *   dellnlat  for  tha   -wcanr,  Sond   No   Money ��������� Perfect  Satisfaction Chiaruntecc  I4cl mo ������r*nd you on w l������������yB* TBJtst wiy  rum out "Crown" apcctaclea, Will enable  you to rend tlie runt������llfnt print, tlar������������d  tjae t\nent needle, nee far 4iv neat. If you  are not nmnzed nnd dellRhted. If yen do  not think nay ar>ectoelefi, at only ttl.OH,  equal to ttiose Hold elncwlaere at $15,00,  nnnd them Uncle, Vou won't lone a cent.  Vou are to be tlae nolo ludice. llamtiredH  of tlioainnndft now In una evrrjrwliere.  neituttful cnKfl Included PHKIi!. Jurat finul  your name, nddrenn and niro on tlao coupon below. I will also tell you how in  let a palw for your������*lf -wlltioitt cuil. Cut  ASn   Mft.lt.   WIIH'ON   'l-OPiAV.  Crown   ripec-lflcle  Co,, nrpt, t()S  (10 I ront St. W.. Toronto, Otit.  I want to try your finectacien for   SO  dava.    Tlilc place* me under no obliteration.  Alio  pleaee tela me how  to v������t a  pair for mynelf Fllt;a!,__ _   ���������    ���������   _  *Nmr������������   . '   .   fm tt O ������������������������������������������������ i  ���������m��������� ������������������������-Winn i"i mil urn������������������ii iiiwi|������HIii������������������'������������������*'��������� n ��������� ' ���������'"Wi"1^���������  Street  aaad   No.   ,���������,���������������������������_ _���������  1  41  1  -$1  IlOX   NO.  n.iT.ni-  CL  jm&AMrv������^mwmJ������*&ttr><*#* #"j?  P  THE ���������������������������" KETIEWrriS^SlM3J^, ������������������ B. '.'&.  1  PAIMTED FIRES  rz\r  NELLIE L. McCLUNG"  "COP V ft IG tt T, C A N A DA,   1925  CHAPTEttIII--Continued  Fa-am thia distance Kelmi could  think-..of iier work, iaa the hotel with  greater coinpojsurei She knew y she  wasv- awkward fsonietliucis, aaid? maybe  staafpid, though she always tried '"hard  to please. Anyway, .it was good to  have a job, even it she had, to pick  roots off potatoes jn a mouldy, dark  cellar, and gather up the rotten, ones  to:'bairn in tlieyfaaruacbV     ??' '?'  lleMii had tlie' large. restless hands  which Vgen^rationa o������ hardworking  women''acquire', eageiv capable, liahds  ready for anything that has to he  doase. 23ven the cook, Maggie Kenny,  ���������who wasted few words of praise on  her assisiants> admitted grudgingly  lhat the Finn gh*l "has good smart  hands and makes every move tell;-���������if  she could use her head as well?? she'd  do." . i V?.: f '?;.  ITelmi from tlae little hill on which  she sat looked back at the" smoky city,  lying like a great giant uaider its  greasy.'gray blanket of smoke. It remanded her uncomfortably of tlie  blankets she had to spread every  morning on the beds ha tho rear room  of the hotel. In the front of the house  she knew there were pleasant roqems,  with white spreads and flowered  wash-basins, but at the back a gi-eai  yard of a room had what seemed like  a hundred beds, spread with sweaty  blankets, and it was this room slie  had to sweep and tidy every day.  Some days she foiaani men stall in "bed  wheal she went iai, biat having set out  to tidy the room, Helmi held to lier  course, taking aao notice of the storm  of abuse which came from tlae late  sleepers.  Hetmi's  dreams  that Sunday .after-  *   noon as she sat on the bank were for  ;   lhe most part pleasant. Consciousness  ;   of youth  and   bounding health anade  her hopeful  of the failure.  She could  work and sin* could learn, and she too  wouid   one   day   go  back  to  Finland  with a velvet bag, a long -white-plume.  ���������and silk linings and    fringe    on    her  gloves;   and  all     the    young    people  would gather round., her    while    she  .   would tell  of how  she started, right  at   the   bottom,   washing   lagly   heavy  dishes an a hotel.  Helm! always* held the da*ean������. too.  that she might some day .meet a prospector, maybe a Vyouajg ^maai faxwri,  Finland who had found-gold.' MOn can  do such wonderful things. "Women  have to work hard, but pretty girls  have a good chaaaee. "Lots of Fiaan boys  had come away to Canada, and maybe  she would meet some of them. She  thoiaght of the Prince who was Iaa love  with at poor girl and swore he would  auaia-y her and -whose pi*oaad uaicle sent  Mm a' lovely coat that haul si great  aagly patch of coarse cloth ou it,  mc-tiniug that if ho married the poor  .   girl she woaald    he    like    Ilae    coarse  patch.   That was* a, dirty thing for the  bad old undo to do- But what did the  do?    He got the nalch all ������iii-  Red Kosa^ Tea- now packed  in. th������ brigiitj clean. Aluminum package,   is completely  gMarattl^eelV? You caa -fc-?*y* ? it.  without any risk. Order a  pacatiige stotsx your nfroeer.  Use any portion of it and if  you are not entirely pleased  return it and no charge will  be made.     . d  PAINS RELIEVED  Woman Suffered Nearly a Year.  Lydia ������. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound Brought Her Health ]  Moose Jaw, Soak. ��������� "I am going to  try to tell .you what Lydia JS. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound haa dono  for me. I su Cl'ered very badly with  draggirig-down paaaiH and inflaninaa-  tioaa, also pains aaa my right Ride over  my hap and down, my whole side into  toy it'K. I hud at nearly a year when  I went to u doctor and he said I  would have to have an operatioaa. Baat  nay another said to tailco T.ydla E.  riiafaliam'a Vegetalilo Compound an it  tuaved her 1 If ta yours before. I took  two bottles and i found I waa better,  flo 1 kept am "ttilcira*^ it and also used  I.ydiu K. Piinkla aim's Sanative Wash.  1 have haad two more children siaaco  then nnd aw -perfectly well, I used  to have to iic down two or three  times a dny, and now 1 do all my  housework without ta-oublo. I always*, keep the Vegetable Compound  in the hoaiae im 1 hud a done now and  then Ueip������ ine, 1 am waliiaan- i'or you  to nho thaw'let tea* may'way you rsoo fit  and I wall amawerlctueifl. If I con help,  nnv other woman J'������! be only too ftlnd  to 'try. *'- Mrs*. Rstinon TIomuiTON,  414 Alorao Square, Moono Jaw, Saskatchewan,  Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable  Compound Isi a dependable medicine  for all women.  !?i>r mfile by dnifjrjiH''������-i wrywliTw, *1  VV  n.   v.   *������;������k  ���������r. I���������1,       nil  ������'lai v.ja ..tJti i  broidered with pearls and lovely jewels and sent it back signifying that  his lovely poor girl would be the  grandest thing about the place. Helmi  guessed lhat held the uncle a while,  maybe. y  Helmi was so deep in her dreaaiis  she was iunconsciotis "of tlae approach  of t\yo young;men. They were close  upon her when she looked up. She did  not like their: appearance, but she felt  no Seai*. There was strength iai her  right arm which brought assurance.?  Helmi smiled and nodded to them  as she would have if they had been  two' of the neighbors' boys at home.  They said something to her in  English.  "Yes/* she said, because it was the  only word she could think of���������and  then added���������"No talk���������Finn."  The boys laughed at that ond looked at each other meaningly.  Helmi's young heart was athirst for  adventure. If the youa-ig men had  been dressed more elegantly she  might have thought tney were the  successful gold-diggers of her dreams.  Bdt with a calculating eye she appraised them correctly. She motioned thean- to go on, which, they interpreted to mean tlaat she desired to  go hack to the city with them. When  she began to walk away the boldest  of the two followed laer^  Helmi quickened her pace. The  young fellow caught up to her  and took her arm. She shook hian oaf  and began to run.   The running thing  nlwflvc    in-vlf-oe    ���������mii-anM'      SriA       iiml    ������S  she expected, they followed. Helmi  purposely let her pursuers sain on  her, then, stopping and bracing herself, she gave the flrsfc one a powerful  body blow which sent him rolling  down the bank towards the stream  below. While the other one stopped  to see what injury had been done to  his friend, Heimi raced on. She was  neither frightened nor angry.���������it was  all good fun to her,���������but she knew  enough to put as great a distance as  she could between "her and them for  she suspected that the young man  who had gone rolling down the muddy bank,' might not be pleased with  beavy?" ft,  Aayoman, driving? a ga*ay hoi*se in  a blackboard, saw her coming and  waited for her,; deeply concerned to  see the flying Helmi, who had evl-  dentljr been set upon by two ruffians.  Helmi sensed her concern, and climbed into the seat beside her without  delay. Agsain came the difficulty of  Janguage.- "Yale Hotel," said Helmi  iia answer to the unintelligible Inquiries, givng tlae mime the accent  and pronunciation by the Swedish  telephone girl ot the hotel. ���������.  "Yell hotel?" Why should I? Why  should anyone?"  All oC which waa lost on Helani, who  merely repeated tho aiame of her  present, domicile.  MIsh Abble was al {stressed aaid  greatly excited over the real adveai-  which had brokeu Jai upoaa her Sunday  ufteriiooia meditations. She had been  making her weekly visit to the Girls'  Fa-teaadly Home, whore delinquent  girls ol' the city lodged. Tho labors  of tho day were oVea-. Miss Abble  hud told the, girls a beautiful alory of  it patient princeBs. held prisoner iai a  ojislle, who at last wsis sot free hy  tho Ingenuity ot her lover; and now  as Mho drove homo sho wsis deep lu a  dri'imi of Rolduii ronvanco.  Miss A hi) lo was a nmideaa lady of  forly-elght years, thin, neat and pi-o  per, her only oxInwiiRruieo coiibIsUub  in tlio aumilxir of oi'iaanieiits sho  would hung'around laer noelc. On tho  daiy 11 in? I Holm I had bounded into her  aioal. buggy Miss Abblo woa*o hor  ftUlk-r-gray suit iaf aorgo, with the  r.hn.sio nock-pieco of bbick fm* uaown-  ed with a saauall hat of dovotyn auid  qnlllH. All of this of couawe was naoBt  aanobtraasivo and ladyllko; but hanging  iiionaad hoa- thha neck was a nl.iiiig of  jot bends, (her waothor'������0, aa gold cluiln  (hor father's), nnd a riot of halHCol*  luaaohas arUclos. Huspondod from tho  chain. Thoro wore keys and n kettle,  a pr-nHI which laud aiovnr bad Jeaid in  it. a Hi Ho pig naade of bog mile, with  aa silver ring lu Ita back mad a pierced-  '.-.liver Mvn.  Tn   Ihe   Ut I l.i     Hi-ivon-a-noNaed     boaino  \ vlmi-it   sho    Uv������mI    llni   Hlrlira������srta    Olilor  The tmderi m the Pictures  German   War  Shown   in  and precision prevailed everywhere  save on the piano, whea*e tlae same  promiscuous spirit asserted itself.  There, photos and vases, fans ancl  shells, books and pictui-'es, old stones,  painted bottles, Easter eggs, a Buddhist idol, basket and candlesticks  crowded and Jostled each other for  standing room.    4  Miss Abbie's life showed tlie'samo  unevenness. Years of careful puritanic living would suddenly give way  to unexpected outbua-sts of wild extravagance. ACter living in one room  in the house of a friend she horrified  her select circle by buildfng a house of  her own. With, equal suddenness she  left the class of lihanaculate maidens  in the First Presbyterian Church to  whom she, expounded from Sunday to  Sunday the International Sunday  School lessons and began lier weekly  Visits to the Girls' Friendly Home.  Certain members of the I>adies' Aid  Society said Miss Abbie was 'very  deep, and that these sta'ange outcrop-  pings were but indications of lier  real nature. The suiUlster's sistei",  who' was something of . a psychoanalyst, mentioned icebergs in this  connection, with their small percentage of visibility as compared with  their hidden volume.  (Driving along tlae dusty summer  road this Sunday afternoon, with the  houses thickening on each' side as  they approached the city, Miss Abbie,  roused from her dream., carefully  studied her 3iew- companion. She suddenly felt tlaat she was about to experience another ������utcrontaing. An  extravagant wish swelled her heart;  a daring, unheard of ambition convulsed Jier soul .... She would do  it. No matter what any one said. Let  the minister's sister rave. She would  show them. Sl*e would adopt the girl  if she could get her.  (To Be Continued.)  Film   Being  London  Evidence that feeling engendered  by the War is. dying down is forthcoming from the fact that a German  film, illustrating the exploits of the  Emden is being -shown in London  by an TCnglish fii*an who ai*e best  known as the distributoa-s of the  British war film3 ."Yprcs" and  "Mobs." Some people consider that  they have taken a. bold step in  booking his wholly .German war  picture, but the film is so good and  so. impartial that there is no reason  why Bi-itish audiences should not  welcome it ott its merits.  The story begins with the linden's, departure from Tsingtaai at the  outbreak of war, and winds up with  a. remai'kably vivid portrayal of lier  final battle with H.M.S. Sydney, oil  Cocos ISiand. It is as restrained and  as fair as any of the British'war films,  and has a stronger narrative force  than any except that of Zeebrugge.  without any-unnecessary exaggeration  of the glory or of the horrors of actual  -SI ~-l-.!.::-.,��������� XT.-. -XXTr,^ A r. ��������� r,l%*.���������~^ J'-^.^.-m^ 4-ttv������  XlglllJUUg,      1.11*3       ������V til       ID      rrj.J'U'��������� IX     *A\JX11       u������*-*s  angle of the crew of the German  raider, and particularly fi*om that of  one young officer, a reservist in business at Tsingtau, who' meets his own  wife as a passenger on one of the  captured British steamers, is put in  command of the captured British  crews, and eventually' dies during ihe  bombardment by the Sydney.  Enough glimpses of her various  exploits are shown to give one a  pretty good idea of her touch-and-go  career, and ihe co-openation of the  Gertman admiralty has ensured an  authentic naval atmosphere. One  episode is omitted. That is the interval during the Cocoa Battle when  the Sydney,- seeing the Emden hopelessly stranded, went off to capture  her coal tender, the Buresk. before  returning to enfoi-ce en C'anto.in "Von  Muller an lionorable surrender. The  British ai*e treated quite fah-ly;  there is no "hate" npywher in the  picture.���������London Correspondence in  Free Press.  'f:m\mHprpe& Tirmm  When, you tour on Gum-Dipped. Tires  all roads seem equally good. There is  nothing to compare with the smooth.,  sure performances of these big, low-  pressure tires. Jolts and vibrations  disappear. Stretches of rough going  cannot disturb you or harm the mechanism and well-built structure of jyour  An Enviable Position  Practically no Tuberculosis Among  Dairy Cattle in Fraser Valley  Dr. "VV. II. McKenzie, superintendent  of the Dominion health of animals  branch, in Ba*itish Columbia, is of  opinion that tuberculosis among dairy  cattle in the Fraser "Valley, B.C.. will  be practically eradicated within a  year. Last year} almost 8 per cent,  were infected on test; this year's inspection showed a reduction of infection to 1.11 per cent. Next year he  expects the reactors will be lower  than one-half of one per ceait. in this  aa*ea. That is the rate ofilclally regarded as T.13. free. Testing of herds  from Hope to North Bend has beeu  done, and of the 42,500 tested this  year oaaly 430 were condemned. Last  year -1,338 out of 46,989 reacted. This  year he says. Cannes.^ Jas tho Fraser  Valley, realizing the value of healthy  herds welcomed the veterinarians  who conducted tho test.  NO MEDICINE LIKE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  For Rheumatic Pains. ��������� The paiaas  and aiches of Sciatica and lUaeiunatisan  should bo treated with Da*. Thomas'  "Ecloctrlc Oil. The soothing and heal-  iaag properties or thia famous a-eanody  havo been demonstrated for fifty  years. Uso it also for inflammatory  laains, cuts, BCi-aifolios, hrnlKos aiad  sprains, cither In human beings or  tho lower milmuls.  Had Several Reasons  A minister who had not, been long  appointed to a church In tho South  of Scotland askod tmo lady how rihe  Hkod his j>a-onchhag.  "t dldaaa lileo it nt n','rahf> aaiswered.  "And, pray, why not," he nskod.  "Wool, in  the hast place," sho ama-  woi'fld,  "yo read  yer miumiioii;   an', in  tho second place, ye    dUlna   read   Jt  wool; nu't in tho thirilj place, it wasn't  -worth! tho ro:idln������."  a.1.   *u  *<������  oja.*^^w*jr   ���������V* 11 *3 .*"1 ^_.  ,****3*M"'fVw/*\**'  '  Gum-Dipped Tires, having double the  road1 contact, cling to the road and hold  the car unwaveringly to a truer straight  course. On grades tiiere is eactra traction; at sharp curves or in quick stops  you will have perfect control of wheel  and brake. Skidding is almost impossible.  Through the development of the exclusive Gum-Dipping process, Firestone has tremendously increased tire  mileage in balloon tires. This insulates  and impregnates every fibre Of every  cord with rubber, reduces internal heat  and friction and delivers thousands of  extra miles with added eomfoart and  safety.  Ask airy Firestone Dealer to show you  the structure of Balloon Gum-Dipped  Tires and to tell you their advantages.  He is an authority on this type of tire  and is in. a position to serve you better  and save you money.  See him to-day#  FIRESTOijB TIRE & RUBBER CO.  OF CANADA LIMJTEIS  Hamilton, Ontario  Firestone Builds the Only Gum-Dipped Tire*  ACHING JOINTS.  Apply! MM ra a id'a a few times and  note tho <iulek relief.  For Either the Newborn Babe or  the Growing Child  There is no other medicine to' equal  Baby's Own Tablets for little ones ���������  whether it be for the newborn babe  or the growing child the Tablets always do good. They are absolutely  free from opiates or other harmful  drugs and the .mother can always  feel sale in using them.  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. John  Armour It. IX. 1, South Mortaghan,  Ont... says:���������-"We have thi*ee fine,  healthy children, to whetm, when a  medicine Is needed, we have given,  only Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets .aa*e the best medicine you can  keep in any hoine where thei'e are  young children."  Baby's Own Tablets aa*e a mild baat  thorough laxative which regulate the  stomach and bowels; banish constipation and indigestion; ba*eak up  colds and saanplo fever and malic  teething easy. They are sold by  .medicine dealers or direct by mail at  25 cents a box from Tho Dr. "Wil-  lia/nas' Medicine Co,, Ua-ockville, Ont.  Conan Doyle's Early Struggles  First Twelve Years of Literary Career  Were Hard  Sir Arthur  Conan 'Doyle,  who was  68 years o'ld  recently, is fond of recalling  his  own  early  struggles   I'oi'  tlao encouragement of budding storytellers.    Though lau had a short saury  published  in  "Chamber's .Toua'aaial" ���������  lirst  encoiaraigor  of  so   aaaaaay   famous  waiters���������when  only 19,  ho wrote for  ihroo years atior that without an acceptance, and his esarly books brought  baat a small financial return.    During  tho fia'Bt twelve years oC his literary  careea-,  indeed,  he nover mado more  than it*58 per annum by his pen, and  tho   first   oC   tho    famous    Sherlock  Holmes Hories ho sold outright, nftoi*  numerous  piabHsliora had   rejected It,  for JC2D.     ���������  Girls Won In Competition  Tho oaie aaaad oaaly man In the butler-  Aiaakiaag clasrt at tlao IkitJa and West  AKt'lculliaral Show took Jain hand at  (ho churn wheit ho competed ngnlnst  over a do'/on shingled and hIIIo  ntoclclngod dairymaids���������find lout. Tho  aaian was K. .T. KVKIIIotl, from the  Soauersot Viia-m Institute. Drldgwafoa*,  nnd the cliaoH wan for students who  hn������l honn lha*irmr;h ������ ^ohvho of ItVHhnic-  tlon In butloniuiklaiff at a county  ��������� ������i:iuh������1.  Little Helps For This Week |  Behold, we count them happy which  endvire".���������-James v. 11.  "Well, to suffer is divine;  Pass the watchword down the line,  Pass the countersign, "Endure!"  Not to him who rashly dares,  But to him who nobly bears, y       s?y  Is tlie victor's garland sure??  ���������John Oreenleaf \Vhltt3er.  If for some of us, and sometimes  for all of us, action cannot mean doing, then remember bearing too is action,���������oftenest Its hardest part.  ���������William Channing Gannett.  Endure and dare, true heart:  through patience, joined with boldness, come w-e at a ci*own encircled  with a thousand blessings.  ���������Spanish Proverb.  (Vlinard's Liniment for earache.  Experimenting on Dental Serum  That dentists soon may be iaijecting  serums to prevent tooth decay is tlao  prediction of a specialist In Chicago  Dr. CJ. N. Johnson, who is experimenting on such a prepaa-ation. Tooth do-  cay, he says, is the most coananon aliment known.  Many mothers have rensoai lo bless  Mother fl raves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved tho little ones  of saafferiug and mado thorn healthy.  Pity may bo ak!r> to loVo, but a girl  isu't willing to accept it jis a .substitute.  PIMPLES ON FACE  iTniirn rum if  lluntU DMULT  Skin Became Scaly. Arms Later  ' Affected, Cuticura Heals.  "I suffered from pimplea thot  broke out all over, my face. They  were large and red, ancl itched no  badly that I scratched them until  they would bleed. My akin became  ncaly and started to peel off, especially around my mouth. Latter my  arms became affected with pimples.  "I began using Cuticura Soap and  Ointment ond they helped me. 1  conliiaued the tretumentaud in aoaut  two weeks 1 was healed." (Signed)  K. M, Bradley, 185 Queen St., Char-  lottetown, P. E. I., Aug.  11. 1926.  Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum to promote and maintain  akin purity, akin comfort and skin  health; the So^p to cleanse and  purify, Olnlment to Hoothercnd heal,  and Talcum to powder and refrenh.  ii  4  NMMhMiai, I.ML, Mtnti-MJ."   IVtrit,  nit W, ���������������<! BOc.   I������lccn< :*fti-,  uticur*. .%L������wirtu Htlf.L 2B������-.  a������MW<WIIIWiliiWI iillHWiniMWillllliilHilil.Wii  Lin iilllil>Hii������Hi>BW������ IIMIWIIKIII1IIIIWWIWKM���������A  't&e.jitinXmt  mmmm-~" C������,  B THE CBSST0H  BBYIE^?  i>''  6    &minmm 1  ^S^B,   ������������Sj,*������������=*!>.  Cows Fob Sale���������-Hoisteins, fresh.  H. Helme, Camp Lister.  Waktbb--Raspberry    pickers.  Stewart (Alice Siding), Creston.  R.  WAWFED���������Hiding saddle, must be in  good shape.   J. B. Winlaw, Wynndel.  C. O. Kodgers was a business visitor  at Nelson oan the fore part of the  week.  ITg-r Sale���������At Creston, six-roomed  house, Rood garden 150 x 200 feet; few  j-oung trees���������apples, pears, cherries.  Vegetables to last family a year.  Apply A. E. Da vies, Creston  GiiiropraofiG Fundamentals  That     "Innate     Intelligence"  builds   the body and   goverais it-  through    the    brain    aaid    nerve  system    by    means    of    mental  impulses.  That   a   misaligned   vertebrae  pinches the nerve and stops the  flow   of   mental   impulse   to   the  organ or   part  of the body sup  plied by that nerve.  That the stoppage of the flow  of mental impulse over the  nerve by the pressure of a  misaligned vertebrae is the cause  of disease.  The  executive of the Confederation  Jubilee   celebration   met on Wednes  day night to wind   up  affairs,   and a  full financial: statement   will   be   pre  sen ted next issue.  Birth���������On July 8th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Ski. Gardener* a daughter.  The village payroll for June as passed at Monday night's council meeting  totalled $254.  Miss Lyda Johnson is spending her  two weeks' si;*u;;s:or vacation with  friend* at Jaffray. Valentino in-The Son of the Sheik  Procure   your   repairs   for   Frost &   with Viliua Bssnky.  Wood mowers while ont* stock is com  T  resume^ on the 31sfc,   with services at j 4*eo, H. Seaiy of Cresfcoit Drug & Book  8 and 11 a,atu.  The  stellar,  ������rand    Is    offering    another  attraction   at   regular   prices  j on   Saturday    night   with     Rudolph  ! Valftnt.itnr* ������i������ ������������*i������Ho. ������!������>������'nff   t-*n.o   arnn.a? ���������***  plete.    S. A. Speers.  Fob Sale;���������Alfalfa and clover hay  delivered, $20; or $15 ton at ranch.  Percy Boffey, Creston.  Ha*? For ������^lb���������Fave tons alfalfa at  $20 ion delivered; or $15 ton at stack.  Albert Stewart. Creston.  For Sale���������American cream separator, good as new, 3-cow capacity,  $30. Geo. Strong, Commercial Hotel,  Oreston.  Trinity United   W.M.S.   havs  their  July meeting on Thursday  afternoon  next at 3 o'clock, at the  home of Mrs.  J. W. Robinson.  The Confederation Jubilee comma tg*]  tee wish to anoutice that in addition  to the prize of a wrist watch the  Jubilee queen was presented with a  Parke: fountain pen and pencil set,  which  was   very  kindly donated  by  Miss Ruth Swanson, who is on the  nursing staff at ?-��������� the"'General Hospital  Vancouver, was shaking hands with  Oreston friends on Tuesday whets she  went east on a visit with her parents  at Kimberley.  That by adjusting the mis-  aligiieu vertebrae Ohiropraciors  remove the cause of disease.  The spine is composed of movable  segments (vertebrae) between which  Lhe spinal nerves leave the spine,  and t-bese segments can and do become slightly misaligned, thereby  pinching the nerve, one of which  functions at is to carry the coordinating impulses from the animating  principle (innate intelligence) to  every tissue and cell in the tuwiy.  When a nea-ve leading to any tissue  in the body becomes mipAired the  tissue supplied by that nerve does  Fiot receive Sbe crotoer tisentHl impulse, and., as a result, at does not  work in harmony with the rest of  tbe or*f*fjinisus. It is then what we  call diseased, which means without  ease.  When "relation of the spine to  disease became clear, puzzling questions were answered, a philosophy  reconciling facts of religion and  anatomy was produced.  Milk Goat For Sai.e���������Young doe,  f������-shening soots, good usIJkiRg strain,  hornless, gentle, price reasonable. P.  CJ. Ebbtstt, Creston.  The Presbyterian Womeaa's Missionary Society wiK have the July meeting a.6, ihe manse on Tuesday af tea-  noon, 19th, at 3 o'clock.  Mrs. H. McLaren and children got  back to Creston, Sunday, frtnn a. three  weeks' vi*?it with her mother and  other friends at S.������Jmo.  Notwithstanding the presetat hatch  in eiecti-ic light negotiations the  village commissioners are this week  calling for tenders for the supply of  poles.  The flood waters on the flats are  areceding rapidly, going down at the  rate of four inches a day accosting to  nieasnrnients taken at "Kootenay  Landing.  After three years sea-vice on the far  | north patrol Const. J. S. Clark, form-  i erly on the R.C.M.P. force at Creston,  Heft Fort- Simpson on   Wednesday last  for Edmonton.  A well-known resident at Canyon  draws attention to an error in last  week's report of the Confedei'ation  Jubilee affairs. The float frona Canyon was entered by the Ladies' Community Club and not the Canyon  school as stated in our last issue.  The T.J927 mosquito crop is the largest and most vicious in the entire  history of the Valley. It takes a  very fine mesh an screen wire to keep  the 1927 species out.  , With raspberries coming an with a  considerable rush and strawberries  not over, the Rodgers box factory is  working four night's a week till nine  o'clock on berry ca*ates.  T*artie8 in the habit of using the  bi idge across Goat River to the Mission ns-e reminded that it will be closed  to the public fi-om July 18th to 23rd,  whale repairs are being made.  Albeit Nickel, who is with the Oan-  adaon National Railway at Ed son,  Alberta, arrived at the i nd of the  week for a holiday visit with his  parents, Mr* and Mrs. Gto. Nickel.  XJn !<���������������     the   !*!ic"'i!fi    r*f    Jultr   17i*i    tint*  licenses have been issued by the provincial police to resideaits outside the  village, and there is probably another  half hundred running aantagged yet.  Dennis Uotson of Calgary arrived  on Tuesday to fake the position of  cashier tit the Imperial Bunk. Mr.  Pierce, who had been relieving in that  work, returned to Calgary the same  day.  About 40 members of the L.O.L. and  Li O.B.A. attended divine service at  St. Stephen's Church on Sunday  eventing, whea-e an address appropriate  for the oc casion was delivered by Rev.  Dr. Daly.  The kill of crows in the two months  the bounty of 15 cents a head has been  available has run over 2000. Bounty  ~.���������-^��������� ���������..2-3   ,v..* ..���������.������  ������,������   ooin ai:     .������ii   ������.ff  whacb, with the exception of "$3, went  to Indians.  Due to the rector being absent on  thelaisnal two-Sunday's vacation there  ���������will be no services in Christ Chasrch oa  July 17th   op  24th,.    Worship will be  !rand  Theatre  in the  aW*  with  VILMA BANKY  HAIL!  The lover of lovers!  The Sheik of Sheiks !  Sparkling, colorful, thrilling t  Here is indeed Valentino's greatest  and most appealing picture 1  Pyrethum Powder, Insect Powder. Baihac Powder. Oil Citron -  ella. Mosquito Lotion, Fly Tox  Whiz with a pump. FLY  KILL SPRAY���������it kills 'em.  Fly Swatters, Fly Paper.  Gorgon Paper.    PABASOLS,  ICE CREAM.    PICNIC KITS  3I~:e  2E������^������;������  ORESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  r*"* **������  Camp - Ft re  Permits  13  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-firo  and  follow the  instructions  printed on   the  back of it.  Q  A pad of plain writing paper that you get from fche store  costs you 25 cents, and there are probably 50 sheets injthe  tablet. This works out at $2.50 for 500 sheets���������and is good  value.  But every so often you have a letter to write with which  you want to create a favorable business impression, and you  instantly wish yon ha^d some printed letter paper.  Besides being just what's wanted for these all-important  letters, Printed Letter Paper is always correct, except for  rather rare social occasions���������for which the wife will always  have enough of the plain sort available.  Just to tempt you to use the printed kind we offer 500  sneets, put up fifty or one hundred sheets to each pad, at $4  ���������just 15 cents a pad more than the plain sort costs.  Printed Envelopes to match at equally attractive prices.  Our prices on all the standard lines of Printing  are just as handy as your telephone.  I  .i  m  I  i  1  k  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  m  I  Bf^^g       (JJjjp ^^T   \\XffBmW  S mWi ^JrPl       -Q|������-V*lOP *H tB mW Im        ^m%mW Im*****  %mi *%*W m**m^3m*% t*W *mW        *iimW&B*m.   J&833   ***** JBSf L*w **w LWSffm^ Kjp     K^p*WMk  RESIUN  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING   DEPT.  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