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 - > "  ���������P"  Sa  i.  '^tvi-wt  ^  Vol; XIX.  1 ff'   ttt^ifrg-  CRESTON' B. O, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1927  No. 22  Ma*s.     Robetr tsnn     and  LeUibrSeige,  family     of  here    at  a holiday visit with Mrs.  present on  McRobb.  Afc the initial meeting of the school  board T. att. Mawson was given another term as  chairman, and   H. Young'  re-appointed secretary-treasurer.  Miss Myrtle   \Vickhoim is sp^sading  a tew day with friends  In Oranbrcok  this -weelav.  Alf. Bond and son. Pared, are in  Nelsca at present, where they' are  busy on plastering wresk in that city. ���������.  4T*.*.**.        TM *. ������.-���������������!��������������� *���������      ������.������.^3       ft%.n^ *0*?w������������������   a.a  other   Cauyonites     in   Nelson, _ both  having work at the carpenter trade,  Mars. Houl nnd young daughter of  Kimberley, are holidaying here with  hear mother, Mrs. Jock McRobb.  Word has just been received that  former Unitedf Churtfh pastor, F, B.  Harback, was amongst ths tst^tlents  at Robertson College, Edmonton, who  successfully took his B. A. last terra.  He is at present in charge off a United  Church mission field at Kin ai-uv,  Alberta.  C A. Bobinson has just been successful hay being '-.an aai'nted .sleeping car  conductor on the Canadian National  on a run between ������������������ Winnipeg, Mao.,  and Edmonton, Alberta.  Jock McRobb as snaking headquarters at''Orestonh for the next three  months, where he is In ehaisre off the  provinclaf police wua^?. while Mr.  ��������� McLaren is" on an extended vacation ���������  Jock had at least six years experience  of this sort in Glasgow, Scotland, and  should make a very efficient officer.  bring speedy relief. With her son.  Mrs. Powers has gone on to. 'Victoria  for a visit with MarerVW. Mitchell, jr.  Mrs. Hobden arrivedhome on Frid-  day from Vancouver, .where she had  been attending the wedding of her  daughter. Miss Muriel, to Sam Whittaker, on July 6th; Miss Hazel Hobden is remaining for a holiday visit at  the coast.  Celebraiidii Has  Surplus of $  **  A, tt. t*'. Bernard arrivea on Tuesday -from inverm&re, where Sis is  working an the Paradise mine, and  -will remain until the end of the month  on his ranch here. He as' now In  possec&ion of the former McKay place,  where there is quite a crop oaf"apples.  At the hcfird organization *nae,ei:tncr  at the Hiascrof b school district, John  Huscroft has been named chairman,  with Harry Heltsare re-elected secretary. $200 is expected to finance, that  district this year.  Trustee John Bird has been re-elected   chaia*naan     of   the   Lister   school  board,   with   Mrs.   Fred" Powers are  appoanieu secretary fcr :tn other year.  In addition to providing patriotic  Exercises and- entertainment features  worthy of the occasion, Ctes!ton*8  celebration in connection with- tbe  sixtieth anniwersay of Oanad*"aja Co������-  ���������������i>iiik!*afc'"on ���������������������������������*������" easi'^i''*'' nnir^nrifliinty  saiccess financially,.-' the  balance sheet  dlsiSwc^  saibmattea _to tne executive hi. tne  meeting on the 13th showing a ^urp.us  of ^^15. 'l^he f fihancial statement,  duly audited, .presented by C. W.  Allan, chairmoai -of the finance cohi-  mittee, is as follows;  .; -. ?REGBIPTS. _  P. Bnrns & -O ������--_-,__-.��������������������������� .$ 10.00  30.00  B. F. Whiteside of Cranbrook was  a visitor at the weekend for a couple  of days.  Mrs. O. M. Goodman of Oranbrcok  spent a few days here last week with  her daughter, Mrs. Roy Proctor.  Now that the prairie roads are back  Sod and Gun^Gluh....  Greston Merc������j*hti leyCo.. ....  S. A...' SpBers...&^VlJL.^���������, ._  ?Premiw~Gara*ilb~--^ ___  Geo. H. Kelly (goods). $5  M. J. Boyd_���������^...~:r..^���������_   S. M. Watson:  neccion warn the taagday. 'itaeiortuer  ia felicitous terana passed on a fall  measure of the credit to the chairmen  of the several councaittees and those  associated withfeach'of thean.  Creston Fruit Exchange  W. K. Brown  ^������&s*  ���������*&���������  AXM.-4-&.      V.V .  tiVtVmr-^On July -18th, to   Mr; and  ���������-JSeai?d,y adaughter.; ���������  Mii*& 06ris Yerbury arrived at the  end of the week from Kimberley on a  visit with her parents here.  Due to Rev. J, Herdman being on  the sick last the' usual fortnightly  "United Church service had to be  cancelled last Sunday.  Black ancl reel currants froan the  Sinclair and F. N. Thompson ranch  are on the shipping list this week.  The Bird ranch is also a black currant  shipper.  G. F. Landon of Nelson, provincial  poultry Inspectot. -,wa������ here on an  official visit Thairsday last, and ia well  pleased with the local development in  the industry.  All will ha glad to know that on her  visit to Spokane Mrs. Powers was  -definitely assured that Master Manning is suffering from nothing worse  t han rheumatism und has been given  a   course  of  treatment   that  should  GRAHDTHEATRE  Fri. & Sat., ilaly  29-30  oEtCK, J\Q31Tll  WALLACE BEERY  RAYMOND   HATTON  in  "We're in  t   ���������  avy Now  the  W f|P2  I  Just picture this pair lot  loose in tho mine and  uaubu zone 1 Naturally  something's bound to go  s.w���������an<i ,|/8 t|i0 laughter  B. A. Maxwell, tvho has been working at Trail the past few months was  renewing acquaintances in Kitchener  last week, leaving on Friday forfthe  paraai-ie        - V  Provincial police H. McLaren's naade  us a sort of farewell call on Friday.  He leaver this week on a three  months' vacation, to be spent .ra Eastern Oanada.  Miitges Esther Nelson and Laura  Andeen, who have been on the berry  packing staff at Wynndel, arrived  home at the end of the week.  F.    H.   Pysu     of   Cranbrooks    East |  Kootenay forestry chief,   was a caller  -jfiiie-KB*^^  f is-es Mr; Py en sta tes this y has been the:  lightest year to date, for sevearal seasons past.  SLm. A. Mason, Bert VStrults, F. O.  Mason and C. JLattlefield  were motor  visitors on Friday.  Jam Diamond and B, KilgoUr of  Moyte were culling on Kitchener  friends on Saturday. E, W. Young  of Yahk was another Saturday caller.  Mr, iand Mrs. B. Johnson and son,  Robert, and Mildred Andeen weae  naotor visitor:* t> Nelson on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mra. 8. Wilson, A.- R. Bern  ard, A Douglas and  A. Johnson were  Craubrook    motor1   callers   here   this  week.  Mrs. Andy Wickholm of Canyon  was a Friday visitor wjitih Mi-e, N* P*  Molander.  Misses Mildred Atadeen ond Esther  Nelson took In the ball game at Mayie  on Snudav.  Mr. and Mil*. B. Johnson, Mrs. Hunt  ond Masses Irene and Kutherine  Kavanuaagh motored to Kimberley  last Wednesday, getting back on Friday.  There, will be a free picttire show in  Hunt's Hall* on Thursday night, July  28th. at 8 SO. The film will have to do  with the forest ttadnstiy, forest fires,  Industrial travelogue, and a comedy  with a haup-h to every line.,  J. McRobb .of Hungry Hollow sec*  tion of tho Canyon distriot, was a  caller on Suudiay. Iu the absence off  Mrftt McL.aren J oak iu in charge of tho  provincial police work ami will he  renewing acquaintances ho.ru regular-  ly.'  One of the twelve caaraavana or Mormons from Yak!iiaa, who are making  a trip to Cardston, Albertia, on naotor  trucks, passed through Kitehen r on  Monday, They haul taken tho wrong  road on the run from Spokauo  thmt morning, crossing tho line at  Pni'thlll inflteiad of Kingsgatte. There  wero at loaaL two dozen young men  and ladles in the. party.  Canyon School Board.���������..���������   ���������R. J*. Fc������rbes���������_i__���������;. ���������_^.^^_  H. S. McOreath _^___ ������ ....  G. W. Allan-^���������-~ ._.  Oh as. Moore ..__... . ���������:   Oreston Valley Go Op. Assn.���������.  Grestbn Growere, Ltd_ ; .__  Kill Kare KlubLo ._.s9...   Alice Siding JSchotil _._: ;������������������  Mrs. C- O. French���������. : ^���������  Chas. Davis;  G������*n. Nickel .���������  Win. Fraser  J. G. Bykert ..  Whirlwind Club?.  E. Haskint*..  Pi-eas hy terian XiHdie8,-"Aid..-_..  Unitejd Uhurch Ladies' ?;Aid .  Ohrist Chiirnh Indies5' Guild-  Rev. S. Newby.���������-���������-.-������������������?.���������  Creston School Boaa-d..���������....  Board of Trade............ __   M^^onic Lodge ^__ ���������.���������_.���������.  Village of Ga*estph_-1 :   W. L. Hathaway. ?.._V  Loyal OrangejiLhdge^-  '. ARBsonys*aif)as?^-.^i.>; "  ^omen's InstitUfe-  Tferteksbn 8������*oorii-^  Wynndel School _.  ismnnd concessions  Bahebnll game.  Popularity. ct������ntest-V  10.00  10.00  10.00  2.00  i".00  1S.00  2.00  15.00  6.00  5.00  5.00  2.00  10.00  10.00  15 00  15.00  -    .50  5.00  1.00  10.00  10 00  10.00  5.00  5 00  10.���������0  10.00  2.00  25.00  25.00  2500  125.00  10-00  5.00  3.00  ,35.00  VlSiOO  15.00  10.00  10.00  302.60  $821.10  turn it over an trust to a ��������� committee  composed, of Messrs. Mallandaine,  Murrell and Allan, who were, asked to  take into serious consideration the  holding of a big children's day late In  the year the last day of the fair finding considerable favcr with those  present.  Chairman    Mnjor   Mallandaine and  Secretary C.'Murrell received  cordial  votes of thanks for their  work in con-   .  ~ ~ .L"'      ���������������    ���������   v.A������������������   ������������������������*   .       -_-__-.._ =.._ii._    r=5 - ! snto   shape   there   as   a   neavy   auto  tourist traffic east and west through  Kuskanook.  Jae. "Mannerinb wa8"a business visitor ot Creston pn Tuesday..  C.P.R. general superintendent O. A.  Cotterell came in on bis private car  "Saturday afternoon on No. 67, going  directly through to Nelson.  Although the strawberry crop as at  an end.^and has beSen ������i very satisfactory one: the mosquitoes are still going  strong..  Mr.������. Sid MeCabe and children.are at  present on a holiday visit with friends  s������-    ���������J>-^���������.*-���������*-^*������  Geo. Cam. who has been on it two  months4 holiday trip to the old home  in England, is expected back at the  end of "the week.  Mrs. Mohondron and children of  Ifortland, Oregon, are visitors here  this week with her sister, Mrs. Roy  Proctor;  WffmSsaBaeS&B  EXPENSE  Lumber..... ���������.. 8 45.08  Labor ������������������.?. ._���������. __.-.._���������.���������    13.50  Firew<������rks .-.��������� .���������?    27,80  Printing and postage 23,68  Speaker. 40.00  Decorations.���������.., S. . 66.60  Sports.. ���������.     94.00  Telegrams :...... 1.130  Bund ?    72.00  Ground rent���������1- ~~ V- .-  50.00  Surplus   _. 885.64  8821.10  After quite a lengthy discuasion as  to what shoaald be done with the rather handsome surplus it was agreed to  Mrs, Rosindale and daughter. Kitty,  left last'week foar Vancouver, where  they will make their home in future.  Stave Bendette and Erne Piggott  left a few days ngo for the Lardeau,  where they will make poles '"oh" the  Moh&rd Wisren linill*  Louis Ben<hstte and Cliff. .Grefajbrv  are two othpr recent departures. They  have gone to Trail in quest of employment.  Miss Severn, who has been on the  berry packing staff, here this season,  left on Monday for Pa-octer, where she  will spend the balance of the vacation  with her parents.   ���������    , ���������    .  Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Irving and Miss-,  es Fisher of Creston, were Sunday  visitors at Wynndel.  The iaisfc t:ar of stra wherries rolled  on Monday. This accounts for a  total of eighteen straight cars, besides  which? there were several thousand  carates shipped L.O.L.  The K;K.K. berry-season dancf as  nnounced for Saturday ntght, 23rd,  with sssusic by Sirs. Lastesr s CTSBiestra.  There is a charge. ofV,������l togentteman*  and 60 cents to ladies.  Mrs. Richards of Winnipegg Man.*  who has been a visitor with -Mrs. John  Bathie, has left for Seattle and. Vancouver. V  Oapt. Oatts, of Creston, in charge of  forestry work in this district, made  an official call at Wynndel lust week.  Interview Minister  Hot Weather  DRINKS  Off  \M according to those  tho Know.  m  Wantssd���������WHspborry   pickers.     R,  Stewiart (Aline Siding), Oaeafcora.  Fen SAMU���������At Creston, ftfcx-roomed  house, gnnd garden l������%0 >eji00 feet; few  Vt)\t*m      i,V������"Hm ^.Jljdil-n,      HmJiiia tt,      mimH-m-l-lmiti,  Vegetables   to   last   fiimUy   a   yeaa.r.  Apply A- I'l Daria's, Crehtosa.  Montserrat Lime Juice  Pint bottles, 55c.  Drewry's Dry Ginger Ale  Pint bottle, 25o.  Drew^'1s Dry Ginger Ale Splits  15 oenta  Hire's Household Extract  for Root Beer  SOo. bottle  Gifukkaje Gruisb, Lcmmoiti Crush  Whistle, Etc.  10 oenta  For your Home Brew  BucBwelscr Malt E^Eract  This ib the fhycfafc Exti'act  procurable,  Put up irk 3-Ib. tins;   Per tin 70c  HOPS, 35c. Ib.  C. F. Hayes and S. A. Speears of  Greston Reclamation Conapuny, Lam  ated, were naotor visitors to Granbrook  on Monday where they had an inter  view with Hon. Dr. King with a  view to enlisting has help in inducing  Hon. Charles Stewart, minister of the  interior, visit Ga������estoai to investigate  the reclamation project. On re of the  Indians as vested in the interior department and it Is felt if the Essinister can  be Induced to make a personal inspection of the tirea as well-as the dyked  lands in Idaho, no time should be  lost in getting him to consent to the  Indians lands within the area participating id the cost of dyking. Just ut  present Mr. Stewart is on a tour of  Alberta.  Misses  Aubrey   ancl   Dorothy. Mc-  So wan of   Cranbrook. were    visitors'  last week with their grandparents* Mr.  and Mrs. *Uea*. Cartwright.  At the inangaaral meeting of th������  school board E. Cartwright was named chairman, and. R.y MV Telford re  elected tecretary. As yet there are  no resignations frona the state and it  is expected Miss Walkei^and Principal  Jantz will be in charge again this year.  Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Klingerosmith  are just home from .a motor camping  trip to Spokane and Goeur d'Alene.  Mrs. Frank Futman left last week  for a conple of weeks' visit at Kiiuuer.  ley with Mrs. Moll, a former teaeher  of the Erickson school.  The finishing touches are being put  on the set up of the Putnam, Palmer  & Staples sawmill, and it is likely the  season's cue will start at the first of  August.  for shipment.   The fruit is large and  a full crop as assured.  Cherries splat badly with the recent  rains. Binge and Lamberts should be  ready by the middle of the month.  mm THEATRE      9  SATURDAY, JULY L  W~m\^lirk A. ^ IN' IW*  Mid-July Crop Report  The fortnightly crop report on the  Creston dlRlriiat, dated .Inly 111 h, aaad  saapplied the dttpartment by C B,  Twigg, hus just come to hand, and is  ab follows j  Over 1-5 inchea of rain fell on the  2ndandSa-d of the month inconveniencing starwheiry piuking. This  rtiiny spell followed by hot, sailta-y  weather Induced the ccop to ripen  faster than the pickers could handle  lb. These conditions reduced materially tlve ntmabcr of car lots as tho  bulk of the beanies picked during this  period hnca to go to the jam factory.  The peak Ib aiow over' aaad shipping  may luat ii-um the twcnii:tLa or fao.  Fourteen car load ta havo left up to date,  Raspberries have nrorle their appeal*-  anco In small quantities Inst week, nnd  ���������avill be on the Sim-era Be until the end of  tho month. The crop will be smaller  than that of last year.  Plumaare light,  and   Piuaies  fairly  noavy thia year. Alt are filalng rapidly.  lied and Black Gairrantta are tairnitag  colour rapidly atid will   soon   be r<������ady  ctn.  A11 A Kl I *lAfAN  i  *k*\L*s*.n "a(  a*-*' in  asi *j  i aS������  ������  THE   REVIEW,-ORESTOK,   B.    C.  '"gaBBBBBiP^.  You  must try RED  ROSE   ORANGE  PEKOE.   A little higher price than other  Jeas, but a real difference in quality.  Now]  packed in Aluminum*  ������=���������  I he Message KJt   1 he Bells  Canada Colonization Association  Canada, which ia its sixty years as a confederated IKnnhikm. has  established moi-e than one world record of worthy achaevenicial, placed  another to its credit oaa the anniversary of its 3?)iaanond. .Tuhilon when,  through the greatest linking up of radio broadcasting stations ever attempted,  the ceremonies at tlae national capital I wero thrown auto the air and carried  . to tbe lattermost parts ol* Ltii^ Dominion, and listened to hy hundreds of  thousands of people tra-aa Prince Kdward   Island ao  Hrlaisrb  (.'oluaiabia.  Tlae achievement wais not only spectacular "bill, well worth-while. i������ir������?ci  lio'iu tiae Houses. of ."Parliament, over a network of telegraph aaid telephoaae  ���������wires, to a total ot" twenty-three bi-oadeusiug stations, the aaitssagt-s of His  Majesty the King and the ualIon's leaders were carried, interspersed witla  the singing of pau-aotie soaiga^Jay great choirs, aaad tbe thrilling- tones of the  bells of tlae wonderful carillon installed in the Victory Tower at Ottawa.  For the aaa o me iat tlae farthest east aiad tin- farthest west, and. all J he  intervening territory, was in iassstant and com aaa oaa co-Wnuaaaion, Distance was  annihilated, geograplaieai baa*r������ea-s rendered of no aceoaina. The heart throbs  * of tlie nation, sounded in ahe national capital, were hoard and felt throughout  the length and breadth of the land- It was a union in spirit and sentiment,  as well as in fact, undreamed of by ihe Fathers of Confederation.  Amazing as an engsjaoea'in-g feat, i' was still .more wonderful as a  demonstration of the national, amity of ihe Can-adLau people. It was an  unanswerable reply to all those doubting souls who have declaa-ed lhat. with  iis coaaplexaty of racial, religious geographical aud eaememlc problems.  Canada could never become a united people. Canadians everywhere felt a  thrill of national pride as they listened to the message of the bells from  their national capital. ���������  The message of the bells was, however, not for Canada alone, biat. for  Che whole woa-Id. The .inscription on the largest hell aeads: "This Aa, rill on  was installed by authority of Par!������a.iiiem to comxuexu orate the Peace of 1918,  aaad Eo keep in remembrance the service and saca'ifie^ of Canada in, the Great  War," while, aroiincl tlae rim of the beli are the woads: "Glory to God. iu the  Highest and on 3-Iarfh  Peace, Goodwill  toward men."  In the Great War, Canada fought not for hea-self alone, baat for all the  world, for the maintenance of -civilization and liberty everywhere, for justice  aud tlie right. In tlie great Victory Tower from which the bells ring out their  message is located the Peace Memorial Chamber wherein on an altar rests  the Book of Remembrance containing the aaanes of the more than sixty  thousand Canadiaai soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice for Canada and  the world.    It is a great monument, not to war, but to peace.  Jn his beautiful description of the Tower, the Memorial Chaaaiber, and the  Carillon, Premier jVIackeaazio King emphasized the idea underlying it all. and  in hi.s concluding words, after referring to tho Angel's song to the shephei-ds:  "Glory to God in tlae Highest and on Karth Peace, Goodwill toward "men." he  said: "Back to ihe sides it returns at noon today, no; lhe echo of a mystical  s!rain heard on a Judean moor, but the voice of a natioai in thanksgiving aaid  pa-attar which will sound over land and sea to the uttermost parts of the  eHi-lh."      ' . *  That is the. Message of lhe Bells.���������a message from this young, tvirile  Dominion to" all lands aaad all peoples, a message of Peace and Goodwill.  Thait is the Message of the JSells,���������a message rung out froan their national  cuphiil to the people of Canada, a message calling them to continued patriotic  service to a Canada at. peace at home aaid wilh the world, a message urging  the cultivation of a spirit of goodwill to all, a anessage from tho bolls in which  lei it he Imped, all old saaf-.pl rioais, rancors, and feelings of ill-will will bo  silenced  and all racial, religious aud political frictions drowned.  Thai. Is the Message of the Bells,���������a message, to all who make Canada  their hoane, hu-eapectlve of the land .of their birth, to render deep devotion,  palrloalr. service aaid, when needed, selC-saorlflee to the .Dominion, to show  goodwill each to his neighbor, to co-operate together for tho common good  and ahe future peace, progress And prosperity of Canada.   ,,������j������rri  Aviation Field For Lethbrldgo  "Li-thbrlrtgo Js to have aai aviation  field available to commercial Hying  anil aerial mail. The site Is In "North  J.ethbridgo soiiah of tho st an tin lite nnd  is HufTlcleaatly broad to allow of ton  aeroplanes lying n breast. The location  of air hai-bors foil own the Federal  Government's cncournRr'nieiat of aerial  navigation for comaaaerclal purposes.  Thirty-five Years Making Toy  . After J15 years* effort, Charles VV.  Aldrldgo, of Itattei-flea; Knghand, has  ;|iasl. completed a doll'.s house in ������  aaiatc-U box. Tho house contains four  rooms, nnd Is porl'oet. aaa every deliail  eveaa io .sholvoa. pictures oai the walls  aaad covering*;* for the tables. A tiaay  doll is mistress of the diminutive  holme.  Col. J. S. Dennis Tells of Work Being  _yy .Carried On,  Col. .J.'"J?, ������ennis, Coaaianissioner of  tlao X>epartnaenfc pyf Colonization and  Development. Canadian Pacific Railway, gave a very interesting address  at Winnipeg recently, in which he  outlined the work 'thai is being, carried on by this organisation. He pro-'  duced figures showing that a vast  aanouiit of worlt has been accomplished since the inception of the undertaking in :i91{h The total value of the  land and equipment colonized to date  amounts to approximator $20,000,000,  of that amount 116,000,000 represents^  tlae land, $3,000,000 is represented by  chattels, ' ancl $l,000,0t������o additional  buildings provided by the land owner.  "We have speaat a considerable time  to endeavor to find out what was the  actual value of an agricultural family  to" 'Canada," ^aid Col. Deun'.K, "a-isd we  are able to show frona governanent returns thai the value of a family, consisting of (Ive. to tho mercantile and  industrial lift of Canada amounted to  $.t,08'l per annum, thai is covering a  baadget of what they- need in the way  of clothing, shoes, etc. "Wo also went  to some trouble to find out what a  family��������� of the same size is worth to'  a transportation company, and we ascertained that a family of five adjacent- to a a-ailway, whose budget was  the amount 1 have mentioned amounted to $71(������ per annum in transportation.  "la.  is   a  matter  of  simple  figuring  and does not need any mathematician  to make Jt perfectly clear to tlae business iiuei-ests of Canada what the results will ultimately he if Ave inca*ease  tlio movement of our agaicultural families  from the small  muaibei-s we are  now   able   to  get  to  a  wide   margin.  The   smaller    places    particularly   in  the West have a big intea*est in this,  because every "JO fttmilio:: mean to the  merchants in that town $15,000 per annum for supplies which the merchant  furnishes.     The   question   or  what   it  means  to the traaisporfaiion companies  appeals    very    strongly'   to     tlae  executive   of   both   railways,   because  we have these two companies recruiting   the   people   tlaat   we   caai   absorb,  placing them on the land, and giving  them sittentioai after  ., wre    get    them  here.  These  departments  are   costing  the railways laa*ge sums    of    money,  and I do' not think it is unfair to say  that tlae people of Canada as a whole  do not appa*eciate what this-means to  them in  immediate returns. It is ii-iae  we   obtain   tlae   benefit   derived   from  the transportation of these people, but.  this is a snaall itean compared to tho  benellf to Canada genea-ally.        '  "SVe have compiled -figures, which  show that tlae C.P.R. expended $70,-  000,000 in colonization and development of "VVesterai Caaaada, and that  sum Is aaa excess ol' the total sum  which has boon expended by the Do-  aaamion Governaaapaat and further considerable expenditures are being naade  in a direct effort to speed aap tho  movemeait of desia-able colonists lo  Caaiada foa* developing ihe unproductive land, of which a very considerable proportion will bring aao direct,  an turns to tlao Canadiaai Pacific Hail-  w a y.  ^l������^ttE?fcjHl^^  -". ?������������������' aMfrHLrfc^iiailiLJMfe  ^-R������^0TyQ>l:R:EeWp;HS^T  ������VV'" ������������������.&&%������ Ril.ll* Yv:#m  ^HlS SS lk-r~&&g&6xi"i}jie room 0s much as possible, close the)  windows, raise one of the blinds where the sun shines in, about  eight inches, place as many. Wilson's Fly Pads as possible on  plates (properly wetted with water but not Hooded) on the  window ledge where the light is strong, leAve the room closed  for two or three hours* then sweep up the flies and bum them.  See illustration below.  Put the plates away out of the reach oi children, until re-  quired in another soom.  Ill��������� l^dn^  ""���������"UF  JISJUC^H. *w%  w.  m^^w������  London's Tribute to Canada  Daily Mail Says Dominion Is "Nation  With a Noble    Soul"  Under the caption, of "A Nation  With a Noble Soul," The Daily Mails  chief editorial referring recently to  tlie Confederation Jubilee celebrations iu Canada said: "The only misfortune from the British standpoint,  is that owing to the combined, influence of the dole and low birth rate  in Great Baitain the British proportion of imanigrants seems destined to  decline.  "It w*as never true that the happiest  states are those, which have no has-  1  tory anal in the last 30 years the Dominion has helped to make history,  and has influenced, world events. .Her  statements originated the idea of Imperial preference which will "be certain of realization hei*enfler when the  British people discover the. pea*il of  one-sided free iraale.  "The Canadian monument at Vimy  Ridge will remind men for centuries  of what Canada did in the Great War  aud how, in the bona- of battle, and  sudden death, she was not unfaithful  to the call of honor iind. love.  7  "The Dominion today has given  proof that she sets the ideal above  the material and is a nation with a  noble   soul."  I^arge amounts of pilhag in tha  harbors of both,the Atlantic and -Pacific coasts are ruined each year by  wood borers.  ALWAYS DANGEROUS  Pi   *1   1 mm f     -  I     1_.     B     B B ** 3**1*% *v  *w^l 11B n b P11 B a������ m ^  Simplified Spelling  As a result of SO yeaa*s' effort by  the sirmpliuecl spelling board of America 12 of tho 30,000 rcspollod words  contained in the handbook of this  society have been entered Iai soano  "English dictionaries. They-are: tho,  alt.lao, thru, thraaout, tlaoa-o, thorofare,  Ihoroly, program, catalog, decalog,  pedagog aaid prolog.  Minard's Liniment for insect bites.  If Not Corrected Serious Results  In no trouble is delay or neglect  more dangerous than in anaemia���������  thiu. watery blood. It is very common in young girls and. in pea*sons  who are overworked or confined within dooars. It makes its approach in  so, stealthy a manner that it is often  well developed befoi-e the trouble as  recognized.  But taken  in  time the  tonic  treatment    through"   the   fuse of Tir. Williams'  Pink  Pills,    so     enriches    the  blood  that   good  health  and  strength  as speedily a-egained.      The coa*rection  of    anaemic    conditions    by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is as certain as anything  can be.      Mass Teresa  Healey,  j Daaaaraven,   Que., is one  oi the  many  anaemic sui������?i*eis who lias found new-  health througli the use of this medicine.      She says:���������-*I  cannot express  too warmly my  thanks for what Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have    done    for  me.      I   was  suffering from  a  baldly  run-down condition.      I was very nervous,  had  little  desire  for  food, and  would feel tired out at the least exertion.      In this condition T begaaa taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and before using them very long foaand  my  health  ga-adaially  improving,  and  under    their    continued  use was  completely restored.      For this reason I  earnestly advise all    weak    gia*ls    to  take these pills, feeling sure that they  will do for others  what they did  foa.*  ine."  "Send your name and nclda*ess to The  Dr. Will lams' Medicine Co.. Brock-  ville, Ont., and they will mail you free  a useful little book on "Building Up  the Blood." The pills can -be obtaiai-  ecl through any druggist or by mall at.  ,ri0 cents h box from Tiae Dr. Williams''  "Medaoiaie  Co., Brockville.  Ont.  MOTI-IT.R:-- Vlelelier's  C-i-iori.-a is a plcawinl', linrm-  Itss Siibsliiulc for Castor Oil,  Vurcprortc,     Tcclliiu^     'Drops  jtii'l So'������(Iiiaif*- Syrups, especially   prepared   jk>r   Jiafauts   in  arms   ami   Children   all   ayes.  , 1, O >'  '"o avoid i'iuij;������lioii)i, ;������lwa,v.'i l������.nl(  for liar; Nimiutitfr of   C/ta^/y^/������i^.iJfoU  |**r<jtfn-ii  direct>������������nis <iii <-:irli ijuwltjij-jv    1'liysicians everywhere recommend it������  The claoapiaeas of Mother Oraves'  Worm "Bxtei'minalor puts it wlt.hlaa  reach of all, and it can be got at may  alruRglst-'s.  India Provides Remedy  Oils Extracted From Tree Seeds Used  In  Treatment of  Leprosy  It I* 11 raotaible fact, .*i:i.vh an iaa'lit:le  in Hie Times i*\' India, thai. India,  which is believed lo eonlnitt oaiu-  I'oaarlli of ilto h-prr ptipulntion of llus  world, ailrto provides tlie aaaiaterlnl  li'oin which hits been ilorlvod (lie most  put 1 <nt.   rniaiedy   foi*   lhat   fearful   dl������~  etlrll).  It In simply a nol her proof of l.hn  w tad una of naaturo in placing ti renaecly  conl Iguon.-t lo i������v<m*.v disease. Jl is  from iho .hoi.mIs of trooH gro-sviaag in  AHHarn and In South India lhat the oils  ; am ejctractiMl, from Injecting solutionis  of which Sir Leonard Itogei'H proved  Unit tho iIIhousi' coaihl ho mo.tt fine-  ce.-trfl'ially ntlachtul.  Trees That Attract LlQhtriing  Pine, oak nnd spraaco artra th������ Ireoa  iiio'hi. Hiibjuel to lightning Htrolte,  while htK'tdi Is aieiarly luuaiiUKt, according u* u iCianmettii saarvoy. In tlwi  Ami'ilciiii Wo������������, 7'i per eon I. oIMIh*  tmitH hit. uio wealcria yellow j.ii������o uiul  EJuughui. Or,  Bacteria Utheii from a llonian vault  that" had beon closed for 1,800 year?,  lire taald to bn found to be perfectly  capable of geniuinuflon,  The ,1(1-aore plot ol" luaatl on which  the While House stands was pnr-  vlinseu orlglunTly for $1,000. Now it  la valued at $10,500,000.  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians foi:  jColds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pnin Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  [  m**mm*mlm*mm*mm*t*******m^  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  ]  VV,     N  II  IflX-J  ^\g������f&  Accept   only   "Bayer"   package  which contains proven directions.  Srun.lv   "Ti���������iv*-r"   boxes   <vf   13,  tnlalpto  Alno bottlo������'of 24 and 100���������Druggiat*.  -A^WLi I- 11������ h-.".������ ������t������.H (i������-*UU.������iil Cm Ci.i.a-1 ������.* *-t.T*T���������^-���������������������������?/*nMrT. V* Mw������?r������M*.  ���������frlAMtfr or H������llnriac-act������a 'Ar*l,l H.llcylln A������l������a, "A. H. A"!. Whll;- II Im wnll liitjwn  *Jm( A������[i1r|n in**-!* llayiT mmuriiciiir*'. io m������hInA t������������n |inMl������r ������B������li>it Inillwllcvnii, iht, I*'*"?";  ������l Ua7������r Ooaiyaaj"  wall a������-a mtntumA mlii.  UB*ae smumtrnJ. u*a* taruk,  W-a.    J3*i*x 0^.>a*l���������������*,,  *mm-  Wmz> THE    REVIEW.    CRESTON    T?.    CL  /to  nt.tr*.  y  riHi* a ������ tr  iJifiili^Li  /if >rkkrfl-an   Hfl a ai������r  mTim./S^m.yr^k (rnijTm  UA0K BBJP'B ������^"  a- s aja*i**a, m ������������������a  a iiiL.  a bb^  i^xpenitioiL nits none  udson.  trait  Ottawa.���������The closing of a lot of  small ports of customs entry throughout the country: will have to be tackled  .tssoa b-y Kbu.W. E>, fannier, Minister of  National Revenue, and the action  -sshsch 1-5 projected ' se'c-?ns likely to  cause .some'.trouble.? -���������?--  .The special committee of the  ..House which last yeaiVbegau tlae  iriguuy into the*.", oust" pins admiuas-  trataoai reeohxnicnded among sevea-al  things, deca-ease iai tbe nuinber of  customs ports and some of the com 7  mer.cial bodies previously had suggested the same thi"**".:-" 'VJfoilev. is  lost fa*om the oporal ion. There is  one case where the collections last-  year were only $30. "Nevertheless, a  community?" that ?'���������-has a customs  house in. its midst regards it as a sign  of status  and  will not readily reiin-  nUlSh     ^ Qy     *5iir������l*      *. f\������'xr! r>Vk Tt-     to      V>^>-  lieveu aaiy reforms in this direction  will be effected with caution as the  smaller the. port that- is closed, the  louder is likely to be the consequential pi'otest.  Meanwhile in the re-organized, preventive service, this is the busiest  season. Smuggling aud bootlegging  are done mainly in the sumaner. The  enlarged service is at work arid new  motor cars and motor boats are being delivered, whiie iight but fast  cruisea-s iai*e under construction. The  number of seizua-es lias greatly increased tin's year and has a-osulted iaa  si remarkable 'growth iai revemif,  Sales and excise; taxes aa*e conspicuous ".' factors, while some border  poiaifs heretofore awaking small contributions to revenue are now taking in very substantial amounts. Ma*.  Cowan, chief of the pi-eyeaitive service  will leave in about <& week to attend  to the final - re-organisation- of the  .staff in the western provinces.  Canada  Wilt  Set Up Aerial. Bases  in  Northern Regions  ��������� Ottawa.���������The govemmeial's aerial  expedition has gone to Hudson Strait.  It is proposed to establish, throe aerial  bases, one in the vicinity of Port Bur-  well, at the" east end of Hudson Strait,  one in the vicinity of Nottingham  Isian d ,at the west end of the strait,  and one in the vicinity of Big Islaua,  on the north side of the sti*ail, about  midway between the two. Tlie distance between P't. Burwell and "Not-  tingham island 3s'500 ".miles'."'Ilou. C.  A. "Dunning in receiving the airmen  said; "It is the policy of the government to provide for the developanent  of the best port o*n the bay in order  that all the resources of the territory  adjacent to and surrounding the ba>  anay Tje exploited and developed. Secondly, it is the intention, of the gov-  -ernraent to provide, so" far - as the  facts  which  you  will  deterniine  \fill  |U.,5. M.UU5I5  iwiraimi TI1?Q  MSB.!, fl Z%j%J&Am\s\*\jU  an  tsygiunti RULING  B26&ueug  ogl&iSu uOyS  r  -vas.  _ ���������aBB'irtB'ayaj  VM.aa*������.*i.SBVs.s.B  9!t'  uu.sa'j  permit tor ocean navigation , fi*om  portion the bay to any other'part  a  of  Sponsor --'Flight  Higher Price Levels  Index Number of Ccrnriic-dities Slightly  Higher In June  Ottawa-.-r���������The Dominion bureau of  statistics index number weighted according to The commercial importance  of the 236 commodities which are included in its computation a*ose 1.6  poiaats In June, being 153.5 as compared with 151.9 in May.  Vegetable products rose from 174.0  "toy 181.1.,-higher levels for grains,  flour, potatoes and some fruits more  than offsetting lower levels for coffee, tea, raw sugar, hay and sti*aw.  Animals and their products fell froan  135.7 to 134.0 declines in livestock,  pork products, mutton and butter  more than offsetting advances in  hides, leather, boots aud shoes, and  beef.  Two   B.C.   Aviators   Anxious   To   Try  .London, to   London  Trip  -Vancouver,  B.C.-���������F.   Turner is   the  second British Columbia-aviator who.  has applied    to    make    the    proposed  London, Ont., to London, "Bug., flight,  it was announced, S.  A. Mowat. New  Westminster, formeriy of liegina, was  -the first-  Turner,    who    served    two-   years  overseas  in   the     flying     corps,     has  wired-.the promotea*s of the flight that  he wishes to make the trip alone. He  has met .Mayor Louis: Taylor to discuss tho possibility} oE his effort being  backed lay the city. New Westminster  has already sponsored, the amplication  of Pilot Mowat.  Mayor I>. R. McLaren, president of  the air force club of British Columbia, has announced the club would be  behind, any sound project foi"j ��������������� flight  from Canada to England.  Washington.���������The recent negotiations between the Canadian legation  and th������ United States Department or  immigration have resulted iu clearing  up some points in the border ci*ossing  regulations. The regulations.-- were  the subject of .international, discu'ssiqii  wh^rt the Labor 'Department imposed  new regulations affectiaag Canadians  living ,.|n.(lie .Dominion aaad. working  on tlie American, side of the border.  ���������;'���������'One'-'important.''point is .the status  of Canadians who -comply with the  head tax and -visa regulations, thereby quaiiiyiiig tetftinicaiiy as immigrants to the, United States. Immigration ^experts have ruled -that these  eo5iiiT*Lilti*5*'c' ��������� m**!*1*" coxa.* inee -i*,4^ef*'aiifelii:'  to enjoy tlie border crossing .privilege  without further payment of le^e or  renewal ol: passports, except that period-*.,at a :ifc paction is pr-opised of com-  andtc-i-8' - pjrnilt/c:aa-tls, probably every  six  mouths. ;"���������  '  Even if commuters, change their  place of enaploynient iai the United  States, they will not be. siibject to  challenge. Also, t.hey may discoti-  tinue commuting for a reasonable  period and -re-commence, under their  old status provided they do not  contravene any of the. fixed clauses of  the ..TJiiited States-Immigration Act.  Another- important phase of the n^w  i*egulations has been clarified with  the " assurance.--of the Labor Department that Canadians may qualify as  commuters in the future. Some  phrases of the order raiijed a doubt  as to whether Ctmadians not already  commuting when the order was. issued would be able to enter the  United States daily to work, on that  side of the border.  Governments   Agree  To Assist Them  !n Buying. Farms  Ottawa.���������What   is   expected   lo   be  flic, most constructive of miJdol,"������������������* l*md  settlement schemes is embodied in an  agreement for the settlement of British boys on. the land in Canada, just  concluded  "between'!.he    British    and  Canadian Governments under- the Empire   Settteineiit  Act   of   1.922.   Und'-a-'  the scheme  it is  proposed  to  ioiicily-  expend   a   total   sum   of   five   mil]? '.ia  dollars over a period'of .ton years.  Tlae scheme will apply to boys who  have received assisted passages, have  passed.'���������?-through the-''provincial' traiafa-  3ng?centres iai Canada, and who -wea-ss  between 14 and 20 years of age on  ariivang in the Dominion.  Oai -reaching 21 years of age. the  boys-1���������provided' that they have acquired tlie necessary training and  ' eyei'iencB bv -working' for washes on  a,-"farm/ in Canada, and have saved  a*j>proxi.naa.tely ,5500 ��������� will be eligible  for assistance up to an amount not-  exceeding .if2,500 for��������� _t.Ii*"-: iiurciaase of  o farm and for stock and eqaiiixnieht.  No advances will be made to young  naeaa over 25 3rears of age.  Settlement  under   the   scheme  will  commence; on .April'Ir 1928. .  I^IBL BBStSir i^IAB^  -PAD'-DCrADM Al?  sib  SSt        BFS   ST* ������^������������ ������m.  iaa      bi b������  unitcc-AEiADnc  London. ��������� Announcement iu the  House of Commons by Premier Bald--  win that the C-pvernnaent's scheme for  the refoi-m of the House of Lords.  which has created something of a  political furore, was merely *'a:''basis  iot discussion and criticism." is .taken  by political observers to indicate? that  the reform, of. the Lords may be  droped completely for the time being.  During the' debate, 'which aroused-  parliafentai-y iutei-fest only as a das-  cusfcion of lhe fate of G-reat Britain's  Upper chamber can arouse it, 'there-  was no affirmation of - Loi'd Birkenhead's recent assertion in the House  off  Lords   that  the   i-eforna   would   be  if_ ^f *������.  ae pros-  Build Bag Battle Plaaae  In  Will Use Canadian Readers  g u������gs  New BrunsivVick Has Rr'escibed fSetries  For  Use  Irs SchooIsf       V-  . Proderictcli, MSB���������-Tlie Kefc B rains-  wiclc Board, ot fEdaication lias pa*esci*ib-  ed the series of: Canadian readers for  use   in  the  schools   of? the  province.-  Nova Scotia is to  adopt    the    same  series shortly and Prince Edward Island will do the same, it is expected.'  Ba-itish Columbia,   Alberta,  Saskatchewan  and   Manitoba  ala*eady use  tlae  series.   .With the Maritimes adopting  it seven out of the nine provinces will  have the one  series of reading books  in the schools.  Dicovers Process  ror  King  ���������O.lLl  IIU1U  French  He     Has  Pai-is.  French  Scientist.   Claims  Solved Problem  Prance.���������Professor  Jollivet,  scleaatiflt, claims to have  solved the -problem of tho iiges ��������� the  ta-aai&iuutatioai oC stiver naid oilier  bfiso metal into gold, lie snya ho has  macceoded ha getting 20 milligrammes'  of gold frona o. mixture ofy.other  metals, including six graniiaios,,"bC sil-  voa*. lie  believes  that considering  tlao cost of tlae agents employed the  process will fasuve great; IndustrUil  value.  Sale Will Not Do Rushed  Winnipeg.���������No tacLlon will bo taken  on the beer 'refoi'endum vohuHs aanlll  iho olllclal returns have boon received  from sill consi.lttamcles of the prov-  iaicc, nnld PronaSt-jr .1. Ifrai'lci'n on.lalo  iirrlvtil hero from his annual visit to  tlao-flnmdoii lHh'. Whetlinr tho a*o-  snalt. would ilonaniad ai hpocIii-1 sossloai  or aiot the lM*cJi>loa* wan not pi-onarcd  to f-jiy.  Freltj'H Ratec Reduced  tin. mi'' en    "v" f*1       a?r.,t,,],i   ...,i..    ,...,i.w.  tions between the Marithaae provEueetH  and com ml Cnnuda an provided for by  PiarUamcnt. at it������ hint HesHlon when  the armort of tla������ Duncnaa Hoyul coan-  inlsHlon waus largely Implemented by  th������i (Sovoraaaaaent tiro aaow In effeot, the  tariffs having been IhiuhmI July :t.  ^���������I^'l I'IMIIIIIW WWW������a*a������imiWIWiWIIWWW*WiWM^IWMlllW������Mi>l| aiWlllMllMiliMI|Hlini|lianM������l������������Mli.t||  leasuring Heat Of Stars  Delicate Instrument Is Being  Used to  Conduct Experiments  , Waslaington, D.C. ��������� Flies' wings  form part: of a delicate instrument  which will bo used by Yii: Charles G.  Abbott of the Smithsonian .institution  foa* measuring tho heat or stars.  Dr. Abbott has gone to Mount Wilson. California, to conduct his experiments,  Tho "radio liaeter" is so' sensitive  fha-Cfc-l-fc could moasui*o'tho heait of n  match C.000..miles away IL' no atmosphere intervened, the iscleiatl&t said.  Eight   Specially Trained   Huskies  Ota  Way to Coronation  Gulf  Vancouver, B.C.���������^Having completed  nearly 1,000 miles of., a 3,000 mile  journey,-"a. team of eight husky dogs  arrived here frem a point near Armstrong, in Northern Oaitario. They  are bound for Coronation Gulf in tlae  Arctic. They embarked y on the  steamship _I-Iayehlmo which sailed  July 7.  ���������  The dogs aa*e consigned, lb .the. Inspector of the Hudson's Bay Company  at Coronation Gulf and are a spectt\lly  trained team, developed 'For stamina  and long distance pulls.  Huge Airplane Under Construction  United States  New York.���������-The* New York American says a huge battle 'plane designed to carry five .machine guns and  gunners is being constructed for tho  War Department. The 'plane was designed by.Anthony Fckker.  The 'plane with a wing, spread of  73 feet, is larger than the monoplane  America, which Commander Byrd flew  across the Atlantic.  In addition to its machine guns ine.  'l>lane will have provision for carrying  Sh400 pounds of high explosives with  which to bombard land -or sea forces.  it is said.  ent ParHanient.  Raansay MacDonsild, leader of . the  Labor Opposition, anovc-d a vote of  censure on the Government ou the  question of tlae reform of the Lords,,  basing his anotion on"the charge that  tlae Government had received no  mandate from the people for its proposed changes. The motion was defeated, 362 to 167.  The Prime Minister, had to listen  to criticism from -Laboritcs, Liberals  asad Conservatives. John Buchaii,  newly-elected to the House, voiced in  his maiden speech the views of the  dissenting  Conservatives.  Mr. Lloyd George, the Liberal lead-  'ei\. declared that in the'"''' past the  Liberal Government, in considering  reform of the House of Lords, had  decided to leave "the ramshackle  thing where It was."  Hon. Robb Takes Vacation  Try For Altitude Record  Chamber I in Expects to Keep Plane  Aloft Over Sixty Hours  NeAv York.���������Tho Bellancai moaio-  plano, Columbia, iai which Clarence  Chnanbei'lin aud Charles A._ Loviue  flew to Gea*maaay, will be used by tlae  same aviators as soon as It is bami'ght  hack  from  Europe  In an attempt to  break, the world's endurance   'record, i Canadian   store  aud   fat  cattle.  Joseph May, secretary to Leviaio, salu. | meVr group  represents nineteen  Increased ruel l,s expected to,keep the  ��������� plane aloft foa- more tl-.aai GO hours.  Says Finances.,������*? Country.Are In Good  Condition  Quebec.���������"I am not going to Europe  to negotiate a treaty with Germany,  aaid I will only visit Prance and England." declaa-ed Hon. J. A. Roibb, on  hoard tlae "Empress of Australia/'  which sailed for . Chea*boua*g and  '.Southampton... Mr. Robb declared he  raeeded a rest after' strenuous work at  Ottawa.  "I am going," he said, "leaving the  finances of the country in fine position. We have the money sufficient  to meet our i*eq.iaia*e*nients and I will  return iai August.''  Prince Making Few  Public Engagements  Premier Baldwin Will Carry Chjef  Burden   During   Canadian   Visit  Ottawa.���������There -vvill be few actual  public engagements during the visit of  the Prince of Wales, from what can  be learned at  the present time.  Premier Stanley Baldwin will pa*o-  bably carry the chief burden of pub-  lice appearances. During the Prince's  three-day stay i-A Ottawa only Wednesday. Augaast 3rd, will be taken up  'with official duties. 1-lis'Royal Highness' will at noon'ou ihat day unveil  tlae altar of saca-iflce in the meiuoa-ial  chamber off the Victory Tower.  Later he will unveil the statue of  Sir .Wilfrid Laiurier recently erected  on Parliament Hill and then visit tlao  International Poultry congress while  it is in session.  Cattle Foa- Canada  Montreal. ��������� The Canadian Trade  Coimiaissioaaea* at Bristol reports the  formation of the South Wales aud  IMoimiouthsliyire Cattle lanporters' Association, Limited, whose chief purpose  Is    the    direct    importation    of  This  meat  tradei'H' associations In tlae regina indicia ted.  W.    N.    IT.    3 OHO  Surgeons Mny Establish College ���������  lUglna.���������The lonuritiou of a Uoynl  Colk-ge of Physicians and Surgeons  for 'Canaula Is being considered by  tho medical jissoeiatlpai, according to  a n-taloment .ai'o.de i������y v>r. w. E. Moore,  who has just returned from a med!-  ca convnulioix In Toronto. It avould ho  adllllated with the saime body iu Great  UrUnlil.  Returning lt> 'Alrplano  T'arls,  Prsiaice.  Clinrlera   A. T.ovlne/  who accompanied Clavenco Chiamber-  liat hi his Might to Goran any, intends  to fly hack to Now Vork as j;oon tas  he can And a French pilot to go' with  him. Ho aiftulo tliltt chclaraalon ut n  luaacheon irlvon by th������������ Anaerlen-n and  British correspond eats hero.  ^fi/::/������������������'��������� '���������';':'��������� ���������.'j--';'- (',,_','���������',',��������� ,l������n*m*j*rmr-i'1~'���������'���������'������������������- ���������������������������'--*������������������'��������� --   ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������-��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������������������������-���������'���������-  ���������-���������������������������.?-..'..��������� -.'.'..-'���������.. ���������.. .--H-. :.   -. .     ,.  , ��������� .������������������J->Y^lt-.)rT|i.-||���������r!iJ ,    Senior GoWcro to Enjjjlonci  To Entertain British Editors  Ottawa.���������OJHlelalfl of tho Hoiulnlo-ni  Covarnmeiit hero will entertatiti a  ga-oup of 100 Itrltlwli newspaper pub-  Ubhcnt and cdilorM fcpresicnilug viar-  Iouh provincial itewf-pupi as. In  Auimht.  Cm mull an Senior Golfer* photogrntDlaod Just, toetore saning recently oa  the Canadian Pacttlc Htea������n,ship Moatnairn for Groat DaitaEn, vvhei'o thcy  wlll meet international vetoraan golfea*H in a ������er|������������H of injitehi^H,    The playei-tt  are frowi left to light In the back row, F. ,T. MacKay of SarnSsi; llalph  Countable amid F. A. I^irlccc of Toronto-; Dr. J. Shwaliaia, iSl. CatlaarlneK; Sir  Ceovge Carnenu oiT Quebec Cily; T������\ n, ]lluchiiniin, <!ull; und J. II. 1'riaRor  of Toronto. TIioho slttlnry aire f.\ V. Slrtnlor of M'lnHlr������eg; Mm. F. A. Pnrkcr,-  Cteorge H. Lytm, fi-D'year-'olil veleruai who will i-uptaln the te.un, George C,  2l*>\uiu.un&i. itiul  Dr. V.*. ?������J.   Mf^Ciilyr,  till  of TurunLo.  Farm Area On James Bay  Has Same Prospects As  Peace River  District  Says   Professor  London, Ont.---According to Pa-of. J.  W. Kussoll, head of tlae Department  of Ceology of tlae University, of Western Ontario, "500 miles due aaorih of  Londoai lies, in the district known -as  tlae .Vames Slope, extending from the  shores of the .James Day inland about  .125 nalles and covoa-ing an ai'ea twice  that'of Western OaataaHo, tho ga*entest  settlement, agricultural ami popaala-  lioa possibility in Northern Ontario.  It Is one of tho two great population  possibilities in Canada, the other being the Peace Uivei- district/' Prof.  Russell said that. Ilae Jnaiaes Slope had  all the characteristics of Western  Ontario in pro-settlement days.  Farmero Lose Heavily  "RdanoaatoTi. Alberta.   ���������   Wore   thaaa  nine  thousand  acres  of  hay  land  in  tlvo area oE 115s Lako, lylsig bcLwcsiti  Ktlniontou aaid Luc Sle. Amae, haae  heen Inundated and the hay crows destroyed ait an estimated loss of $fD0,ono  l.o 'the farmer*, owing to the flooding  waters of the Sturgoon river, according to A. M. Klrkpatrlek, government  engineer, who has returned to Kd-  monton nftei* making a survey of the  Ulg Lake, 1-iic .Sle. Aitne and Wabu-  ni n at dEstrlcta.  I To Prevent Liquor Smuaolino  Mom: ton, N.il.���������An. undernl.si.nd Ing  has been reached by vhlela lhe Canadian National- Railways, the Custom*  Preventive S<u-vlce i;f Caaiada and tit"  United .Stales (^ua>toins .Services will  ro-op< rale lo pa-event the Illegal'  movement or Honor from polntH In (I������m  Rtarliljiua iM-ovlnces to other ei'iitivsj  Jr. Casnr.da And th* Usslt.T".! B^'t'x"*- X5S.1S   "VjaBM-WEX1 S  ; S&S %' &m������ ������������  ���������n m mm i  1 Ht UKESTUN HbV'iE'A  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription t 82.50 a year iQ advance.  S3.0& to TJ.S, points.  C. F. Hates. Editor and Owner.  ORESTON.  J.O., FRIDAY. JULY 22  Alice Siding's Mail Service  Iai������"U?au   Oi  ���������:*r i   ���������e >������,������  service it wosld   seena   to   the Res  view   Alice   Biding  should coneid  nlAMfr  xvei     Anue  Siding   i :i   *dU UMUi'i ur>i  notstiies that -with some in that  district there is a tendency to complain because the pro-posed rural  free mail delivery is to be but  twiee a week, instead of*, daily.  All will agree that it would be  fine to have a once a day delivery,  but those who look at thf* matter  in practical fashion must be con  vinced that the area as lucky to  g?t even the twice   a week service.  at rural postal facilities. With the  service once inaugurated it should  not be difficult in the not too dig-  ant future to have it extended frcm  tarcae   to   "time  arrives.  tan   J-lt^.  VUI    \AtMimj-  1*eacners9 ������&&���������  fccfeool -he'ady f:-  If th*e re-port ia  only  ������ Kaiof. ngarl the   for the Erection  *Zf    *.t+*mm* j**     p*-������������������ ���������  to the lockup.  tne  of   an   addition to  If there is  fair*'   wo:     if  tftere is   any deficit  : j   :- .:..������������ iino*? kia ������.:..<.  another year Alta? rahow  betterment.. coanciS mv.11 Sislp  0^^,-Vaf'V^-^ j~ ���������- ��������������� +u������" shortage up to $200.  t^aeh������rv:sli^i|ld.-be-let osit.  With thi ^n������h school the  yearly  lie.     more   feeaierous  on   the  rs s   m b *i   vjiioiiu    a? uina  unc  gjrjafrg     jgCol?   any  In   view   of    the    demand    for  economy so   impressively   enforced  3  rae only expense to those taking  advantage of the service is that  they buy a $4.50 box into which the  mail will be deposited for all time  to come without further charge.  on the sohooS trustees by this yea  annual gathering of ratepayers i ;  is probably, just as well that the  board was not more generous in  the matter of salary raises for the  ensuing twelve montha If the  operating expenses this term are  on a par with those' of the year  that is Just past financing educational affairs on a vote of but  $7500 will not permit o? many  [unexpected   expenditures   and still  At the   most   40   patrons   is all j close  the  books  next  July with a  that can ~ be expected which, at  $4.50. would.give a total revenue  of less than $200.  *l_riJtiaaiu, waoix ucu^brj wm ur-oi.  likely coat, $3 or an outlay of just  over $300   per   annum,   showing a  defiicit of $100 on the first year.  and a loss of Just over $300  each year thereafter.  Looking   at   the   matter   on    a  dollars and cents basis tlie   woraker j  is the service was ever given at all  because the   postoffiee  department  is not in the   habit   of   sn trod uciteg  money losing   enterprises,   as   may  be gleaned   frona   the experience of  the Liangley district where a territ  ory .giving: an    admirable    20 mile  route,    with    not   less    than   300  people ready to| install boxes,   has  not yet been able   to  secure   rural  delivery.  raise   shonld    ..-���������������������:!<.   .~.>^:~..-_ we <fi2Kn^ ���������������' *i*t������  case of the principal is reached.  If this sort of policy were adopted all of the hesitancy at, and ira-  pleasantneas in conneo .ion . with,  dismissing teachers, and something  of pretty much the same aort in  the issatt������&? of salary increases  would be overcome, pi*ovided teachers were acquainted with such  regulations upon being engaged.  HL.fi?<di mi   nuuikiiniv  credit balance.  Sut while w������ may at this time  congratulate the trustees on their  aucK iai tins ���������uOiineetifiiSt w������ corta::-,-  lydonot wish them to assume that  the Review- believes that this year's  revision upward of stipends fills  fc.he bill, and we are wondering hove*  m uch longer the hoard will carry  | on with this haphazard way of  regulating teachers1 salaries.  It seems to ns that with a staff  of 1 teachers a salary-raise basis  should be agreed npon, depending]  on the reports turned in by the  inspector as to the individual  teacher's abilities.  If the report is what is termed  *"goodT* the teacher should get a  raise of not less than $50 a year,  and iu the case of a public school  principal it should he. $100 until at  Kaslo will have its annual water  carnival on August 3rd.  At Bonners Ferry tlae G.W.V.A.  will coaaduot the fall fair this year.  In the   fernie   district   govern  ment a^oad crews are   working from  7 a tn. to 4 p.m. this summer.  Kimberley ratepayers will whack  up $16,500 in taxes to finance the  town school the ensuing year.  For the fourth of   July weekend  At Kaslo complaint is made that  prowli uk dogs are altogether too  active in trampling down flower  beds and vegetable gardens.  Bosftland council facilitates build  ing cement walks by supplying free  material if   the   builder   pay   the  balance on construction costs.  This year the Okanagan will  have 1233 acres in onions. 2560 in  torn aloes, 145 i ai cucu mbers, and  4700 in !ats and early potatoes.  The Okanagan has 171   acres of  cantaloupes   this   year,   as   comar  ed with   267   last   season.    Oliver  has 140 acres and Kelowna 25.  get his crutch caught in one of the -  millions, of knot holes in K.asio*s  wooden sidewalks on Hun-day'afternoon an d -fall, breaking his thigh  below the old injury, xxe is n,  patient at tha Kaslo hospital.  The very rainy season has saved  Grand Forks council almost $1000  on water pumping for sprinkling  purposes, and the charge for that  purpose has been out in half.  Hossland appears to be enjoying  a slight revival in prosperity.- Al-  read y this 111611 th a new hard ware  store as well as another barber  shop have opened for business.  The Vernon creamery paid'out  -almost $25,000 for cream supplied  the factory during,.June. Some of  the cream shippers are from  Nakusp and Burton on the Arrow  Lakes.  ft*.   ^^mpo������������>Al    m������tfrV������ 1 Q^ft     Ir.Kara IB  Kimberley doesHnot. apparently,  a falling off of almost 1000 acres in  take educational matters seriously.  Only ten ratepayers attenderi the  alnnual school meeting this month.  100 harrel8*bf coal oil were placed  on the stagnant pools of water at  Bonners tt'erry last week in aaa  effort to ease off the moaquito  nnisance. ~  On Porthili dyked area harvest  ing      will      be      in      full     swing  within three weeks.    Wheat yields  as litgh   as   60 bushels to the acre  are looked for.  To     reassure      worshippers    - of  reasonable comfort during the mos  the Okanagan vegetable production. With a gain of five acres  cucumbers are the only commodity  V^.    Uy,..^ .. ...������     m ������^i*^  ^. ��������� ���������.  Proof positive that the mosquitoes sare numerous and hungry in  CJranbrook territory is furnished  in the fact the skeetecs forced the  Scotch to adjourn their Sunday  picnic from PeckhanVs Lake to the  hall at Fort Steele.  GOKPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  American tourists are estimated to j quito season, one Kttnberiey, pastor  have spent $10,000 in Pentictoia.     | advertises   that   the   windows are  to be screened.  Up till July 1st Fernie had collected almost $69,000 of the 1927  taxes, with $27,000 still to come in.  The botx factory at Vernon is  euiplying 25 hands, with a monthly  payroll of  $5000,   according   to the  News.  Not in   30  -years  have   the mosquitoes been as bad  in   the   Oraai  brook   district   as    tliey    are   this  season.  Yahk does not appear to be iui- \  proving.    Tenders are being called  For the health department year  at Rossi and, which closed on June  30th, Dr. Palmer reports a wet  gain in popvlatioan of 40, with 54  births and 14 deaths.  At the  annual school meeting at  Kimberley a resolution   was passed  notifying    the   provincial   assessor  not to levy   on personal    property  I for school taxes this year.  Tenders  for  Poles  SIS  33i=]EE  EH���������iE  ���������������U^3E  StBtlsllEBE^K  KatiloKootnaian: David Clarke,  who was jaist recovering from a  year's treatment in hospital from ft  broken hip  had   the  misfortune to  Sealed! tenders **iHbe received by  the Hndearsi'Sfned up till, noon of Tuesday, July 26th. 1S27, for a supply of  Oedar Poles for the electric light  system <rf the Village of Creston, as  follows:  90 thirty foot poles. 7-aach top.  W) thirty-five foot poles,  8-inch  top.  30 forty-foot poles,"8-aoch top.  Price qnoted to include delivea y at  desired points within the village.  Lowest or any tender not  necessarily  accepted.  W.O.TAYLOR,  Village Clerk.  Creston, July 12. 1927.  the  dti r  Next week at this time you wiii be thinking of  sending out month-end accounts or statements. Have  you enough to see you through 1 And what sort are  theyT  ������������  Like   Printed Letter Stationery so do PRINTED  ACCOUNT  FORMS  command instant  respect.    The,  sort you write out in longhand are sure to receive scant  attention; they look so much like a letter that in these  busy times they will be passed over later looking after.  And the semi-ready made sort���������partly printed, and  blank lines on which to writ������ names, etc., etc., etc., are  little better.  No matter how limited the quantity you. use it will  pay to, keep up appearances by using Review made-to-  order account forms* They command instant respect  and quicker settlement.  We can turn out anything in this line promptly���������  but work ordered a week in advance is  always more  biitisfactory all round than, the laat-minuto rush sort.  *��������� ��������� ' :?"  Our prices on all the standard !m6s of Printing  are just as handy as your telephone.  Bu9  10  Pyrethum Powder, Insect Powder, isnhac Powder. Oil Citron-  ella. Mosquito Lotion, FlyTox  Whiz with a pjmp. FLY  KILL SPRAY���������hv kills W.  Fly Swatters, Fly Paper,  Gorgon Paper.   PARASOLS,  ICE CREAM.    PICNIC KITS  CRESTON DRUG  OK STORE  GEO. HU KELLY  ���������  Br Mm OS  THE CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL   FEINTING   DEPT.  Afffff  This year it is necessary to have a Permit  fruiii some Forest, OSScor before any camp-  fire may be set out in any forest or woodland.  Be sure to get a Permit for your camp-fire  and  follow fche  instructions  printed on   the  back of it.  1  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  El  '. '��������� '      ������.  .....                    '                                                  .                             , *  m^*\.^Hi& ^mmW**).   ****   ****                ^m^m^rn-.       ^|A       u^s  u^| ^jg   tf������������i jO^u^^j^  K������$8  ���������     ^SjSS^  IIP    B BS Mf             Bsf JttJV jHH **\*\\**\fl   - ' '     ������TW fi^'-BLlrtalff^^  L ^ ^^���������*^^|ii ^ |TI e  iPtaPGESSaGlsl^S  3QQDI  MOWKMWW  mmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmiitmim.  1 vsm  -f'BB  CSlEBT^l*  K.ETIS���������  / r  TBiDEBS FOR SOHCBETE F1B������ W-IU.  Tenders will be received up to noon  Monday, August. 1st, 1927. for the  erection of a concrete' fire wall between  the speers" score and Oreston Bakery.  Snecifications and aH other information from S. A. SPEERS, Creston,  S1O������0O   REWARD  A reward of $10 will be( paid for evidence that -naai ieud to the cOiiviutu������B  For Salb���������JPiaoe your oa^der-s now  for good second cutting alfalfa, $20  ton delivered.    Boffey Bros.. Creston.  Mrs.   Frank   EbbulS,   oX   Britannia  ! Seach, arrived at tbe end of fche week  UTAH    ������*     Viol.       V. ..4.J.     ������������V/. |/U.WUW������ .*m. .    ..M.^  or parties who have  removed" a partition und part of the  ceiling of the vacant house at West  Oreston helonsitrz to W. H. Shaath.  C. C. FRFNCH, agent for W.K.S.  ������&.*���������$.  L. Webster.  Strawberries���������Just right for jam  oi preserving; 5 cents n pound in the  field, or.7 cents a pound picked. Over  200 crates available. JS. Nougtiier,  Canyon.  Mr. and Mrs. G. 54.   Argue Of Cran-  tss of  - ^m.  m          *  <      -                   KX������tnsnisswo%%  I                             .Upto'  #230 -  5c  1                                5j00������o  ��������� >.������*>  -  7c  10.0������ -  IGc  | V '���������                          10.00 to  30*00 -  12c  1                                30.00 to  50.00  -  ISc  |v                             SOuOOto  60.00  -  18c  1                              60.00 ao  1                               8������.������5������g������  80.00   -  20c  100.00   -  24c  eater Convenience  THE Tellers of this Bank sell  m  **��������� Bank Money Orders payable anywhere in. Canada-���������=at  any Bank, and pur Agents  abroad lienor these Orders at  a. cr>r.vo  *nsr  current  When you wish to remit small  sums of money ask the teller  for a Bank Money Order.  so  CW. ALLAN,  OP CANAISA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  mt  used as a bank has naany disadvantages.  Money carried in il. is easy to  spend pa trifles ���������?r may be lost  er stolen  Weekly aeposits Iia our Savhsgs Sank  Willaccumulate rapidly. &  Small or large accoaants are welcome-*  THE CANADIAN BANK  tE\.%mm*Sjt*  ��������� - ��������� '-"J-/    -   * **?*  Cagsital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fasmd $20^000,000  1027   FORD   PRIGES  These   :  Prices f .b������b.  JC*St SCwkSOM ���������������������������������������������<  Touring .~  #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  Xii^hb delivery  582.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truck   515.00  Truok, Starter :~~ 585.00  Buokatell Pbbb  .���������    70.00  Riaokatell Truok  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE SlATION  PDIBDRJO   0   All     14������fl  n D*ui\ii������j oc vu-*i LIUi  MEAT MERCHANTS  sss  brook* who are returning f i-naa a vacation at Nelson and West Kootenay  points, were   renewing   acquaintance  in toavn Tuesday, guests  tjr.  1  B  a  te  I  1  Mars. C. H. Hare  Due 'to - the   pastor, KeyJ j. Herd  nian, being taken suddenly   iii Saturday afternoon, the service .in Trinity  United Church had to be.- withdrawn  ou Sunday,    He is around again now  feeling almost as well as usual.  Aftei but a few. days holidays  with  hev'^fi^Bitiisp' JSaTv^an'S' y;]ars?;|^^f ���������3of������p-  tors, yj&isS;! vih'fp  ccamM3^t'ciaS''sefc*obli'',!-pf*^'"a  'th-3?Weekyytotake a posatioan in Nelson.  ? Intheyabseiicef o? provirnciHl VpolaCe  H.-:yM(iLareftffon:7? vacation ;y ^they?*3^*^  ;hei^wilV:.^V:*n��������� :fc?i||I''irKe?! of ^^sack^Mc^  Robb of y't3abyonf ������������������ City.; ���������' >' JtM^fy^as^^atJ  naaiich eiperaeneeVof the ;-isdir^^nyS<;ot-  land, and shoaild make ai^ieffiisient  gaaardian of the law. ;���������������������������;������������������ ^fylyy'  A*nacng the pioneers, ^hoVisgared in  the C������nft;desM*itlbn Jtsbileef i.eeIebra������ion"  at Mount 'Porest; Ontari<5������tJ'iiv|yp������s J.��������� H.  Dickson, father of T. Dicki^snfijfOres-  "w>n, who on June 27th celebrated has  84th birthday, and who stil! enjoys  sreinarkaably������ood health.  Manager H. S. McCreath of the  Creston branch of the Isuperial Oil  Company, is giving improved service  in gasoline distribution. This week  delivery by ds-ums will be dascontsnued  and a 250galU>n tank auto truck  delivery wall be instituted.  H. .Waiters, wurehouseaman, Creston  Cu-Operat ive Fruit Bxchapge, is a.  hospital, patient at Cranbtook at  present, Mrs. Walters accompanying  him to that town on Saturday last.  Latest reports received at the Exchange were to the effect that his  condition is serLotats."  ���������_,    . o .  After an a'nsence oat twenty years  from the old home in Prince Edward  Inland, provincial police H. McLaren  li-ft on Tuesday to veaiew acqamant-  araces in the old home tova-n. and will  be away amSal the middle <if October���������  if he finds holidaying in the east agreeable foi chat length of time.  The amosQiiitoes are beginning to  thin out. They have been good  friends to the hotelnien this year,  being so numerous that auto tourists  in larger numbers than usual have  found it impossible to camp out and  have   been   forced   to   patronize  1.     fflB** FRUIT mROWEH     \  Den'i son think ������ &&uid Be good business io have your  APPLE    BOXES     and    APPLE    CRATES  W/>I..im������J    /V/������TlIfltr        m*.    *.m    9r.    >w<ajJ    '?*!^!,    TSS'SSS     sesipT     2"STis^  For orders placed before August 1st we will date the   |  invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%' I  discount 10 days from August 1st.  a  B  I  I  sasSa  \& '" -'"j"' & "''ij.' ,L'ir,-r������������������'���������'' ������������������.;���������  Su\Mmmti*9  Seostn������������������... ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������r. ���������  Landau Sedan ���������   ICoa^ ster ueisverv ��������� -  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire,  One-Ton Truck��������� ��������� ���������  Motormeter.  All kinds of   Used  Cars  For Sale  PREM I ER   GARAGE  PALiviER   &.    iv1AKi>V������LL  ������EPV!CE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  points this year has never been equalled. Points in Saskatchewan alone  took fifty carlosads. Crop prospects ai e  excellent and he looks for satisfactory  the I Prices on a������l tree fruits this year.  hotels a4 least fop  tion.  sleeping accoaaaoda-  1  I  ' ���������    [TRY OUR '?V?"Vf:;"       ..' *'   f,  .    SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, oaay to serve*  .   Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  \LsKJEitPfI^J%.LK  CREAMIER z   i&KJzfER  Government graded, hlghent-qaiality. -  FRESH and CURED FISH   i, _"���������'������������������"'.   ':'i.',s'i:: ;*.*' nitvarletloB.;.? .   .  't^^^^K/>i; PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ' ,V..;;.:" :'JBVMNS\ IDEAL\ POUL TRY FOOD  \w*r<p.p,i*!n 'i'^r* ^fBirlnr'Klnrs'rintf tj������*rnchi>i'.!a lint ter pmah.r'v.     IHiiv Hsfn Iwat.  "After twenty-one years steady service as section forman on the Creston  Wynndel beat Frank Romano has  been superannuated by the C.P.H  arid retired from the service at the  1st July. . P. Maione is temporarily in  charge of the crew pending the  arrrival of a permanent successor to  Mr. Romano.  The water has pretty, well disappeared from off the flatsand the prediction  ia made that the annual hay cut will  be under way shoitly after the middle  of August. . With such a heavy  flooding the cut available this season  should be heavier than a year ago.  when piactically on hay was taken off  Nick's Island.  Under the direction of the Canadian  Forestry Association there will be a  free pactaare show at the Grand on  Wednesday evening* July S7ih> ���������at  8.80 o'clock, The feature film will  havo to do with the forest industry,  forest fites, and industrial travelogue,  and a comedy with aa laugh to every  line.   Everybody welcome.  Corp. Smith, who was in charge of  the Creaton post of the R.C.M.P. at  the time of its closing about three  years ago. and who ia now located at  Sweet GrasB, Alberta, on the Montana  boundary, has been selected as one of  four who will represent the western  ������������������niounties" at the Dominion revolver  shoot at Ottawa next montb.  Mrs. J. EL Mclntyro and family  of Drumheller, Alberta, who have  occupied the Garland residence on  Grand view Heights for the past year,  left yesterday by auto for Edmonton,  Alfcertrt, where they will reside in  future. The McIntyreV made a host  of friends during their stay here and  their dopai fcuro iB regretted by all.  Two pens of White Leghorns from  the Don, Erodley poultry farm, Orca  C. ������������emax of Oloverdale, who will be  in charge of the British Columbia  exhibit at the Royal Winter Fair at  Toronto, Ontario, the latter part of  November, was a visitor here oil Thns-  day last discussing with " the selling  agencies and the Board of Trade the  matter of Creston Valley making a  display-at the Dominion's bag fruit  fair. All shipping charges are paid by  the department.  This week will about wind up strawberry shipping for 1927. Due to so  much rainy weather unusually large  quantities have had to be shipped for  jam, and many haandred crates have  never been picked at all due the  excessive wetness. Prices will tss  slightly lower than 1026, and with such  an abundanca of strawberries the de  maod for traadberries and ccrrants  will be lighter and growers should be  prepared for lower prices on these as  well.  Chiropractic FundantsntEls  CHIHOPRACTIC ia unique and  distinct from every other method.  Chiropractors do not treat, heal, or  cure; they simply adjust the misaligned vertebrae of the spine with  the hanrte., and the power within,  whioh they call Innate Intelligence,  does all the treating or curing tnat  is done. They know that' what  that power can not or will not do,  cannot be done.  They do not concern themselves  with diagnosis; for of what valno is  it to confer on a group of symptoms  when all thut is necessary Is to he  able |o find which vertebrae.is out of  alignment, and to have the ability  to adjust It to its proper place ?  In the lexicon of Chiropractic  there aro no incurable diseases*, for  Chirepractors know that tho power  that built the body, thait coordinates  its functions, heals its wounds,  mends ita breaks and converts common food into flea.lt and. blood, can  and does cure  every   disease.   This  ton, will form part of the B,0. display j, does not moon, however,  that dla  MB  at the International Poultry Congress  nt Ottawa at tho   end of   the   montb.  The blrda wvvu shipped to "\r&stacks*voa-  on Monday, froria where they go enst  in a special cor made up of the balance  of tho province's contribution to th������  big bird show.  K. 13. Btiiplos, who la looking after  the selling of the output of Sales  Service,   Limited,   at   priririe  points,  ".very h*W���������" for th"**  %v*;,s,*!*rit-tfl.    ������?������i i".tnti������������  I that the sale of straw berries at prairie  eiisu   uanuut   progress  where it is incurable.  Lo   it   poiaat  Fain ie oitoiv oaaiaed lay proaa-  sure on certain nerves, Chiro-  praotio adjustmontB relieve thia  proaauro. Drugs only deaden  pain; thoy do not oorroot tho  caim������ of it. Why not try  Chiropraatio when other methods  havo failod. Where there's life  thnrc1o hope.  0. A. MITTUNT, Chiropractor.  uluUr ^  iANDA������TAM������NDMEirS  PRe-EMPTlONS  Vacant, unresearved, surveyed  jrown lands snay b& pre-empted yby  iritlsh subjecta over 18 years of agre.  aid hy aliens' on' declaring: Intention  ���������o become British subjects, conditional upon residence,' occupation,  md improvement for asticultural  ^urpoBee.  Full information concerning' requations rergardinff pro-empsiowt Ss  ^ivon tn Bulletin No. 1. Land Series,  "How to Pare-ompt Xahd," copies of  which casui be obtainad froo of chanjo  oy addressing** the .-X^epartmorit . oat  LAUds, Victoria, B.C, or to any Gov-? ���������  ^rnanont Aasanfc.  Records .will bo granted covering  >niy land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which ts not tlrat>5>r-  land, i.������., carrylmr over &.000 board  feet per a������r������ *w������i������t of the Coaot Bonge  and 8,000 feet, per acre east of that  Ranere.      - > ���������"���������  AppUcationa to������ pre-emplions are  ro be addreaeed to the Land Commissioner y of th������ I������aad Recording Division, In which the land applied: for  is situated,.and aare made on printed  ;oraaw. copies of which con be obtained from the l4uad Co-mmlssloner.  S*r*5.--*5!as5>t!c!2S .aaaast ho occupied foi-  ���������tivrn yosum and Improvements mud*  to value of 910 par acre, lncludtns  aleaarlna and oulUvaUnv at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  War more detailed infoarmation see  tbe Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Xjand."  f>       PURCHASE 4ft  AppUcatloxuaa are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not beiraff tlmborland.  for aarrloaUtural purposes; minimum  prloo of drat-olasa (arable) land Is #6  pear acre, and second-class (grazing-)  land $8.60 per acre. Further information regarding* purchase or lease  of Crown lands Is ajlven in Bulletin  No. 10, Xond Series, "Purchase and  1K3OJ20 of Crown !*ando."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites oan  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  wi&y b* p������!iy?h,|''i*'*d or l-ssafsed ���������'h-? "j^ss-  dltlons ' includlnffr payment ol  Btumpave.  HOMESITE   LEAGEa  Unsurveyed oreas, not eracoeedinre HO  acres, may be leased as homesites.  conditional upon tt dwaliinc' beinn  ereotod in tho first year, title being  obtainable after residence and Improvement oondiUons are fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  For tgraslnit and Industrial, purposes areas not esseedtrssr <K0 aer������a  may be loosed by one person or ������  comuany.  <aHAZJINC<  Uatader the Qxmxlnis Act the Province is dlvldoi into ������rrttKln-r dlstarict<  and the range administered under o  Oroalna* ������Commissioner. Annua]  irraiiins; permits are lieued boned on  numbers ranted, priority beta* irtven  to established owner*.- mock-own*���������  may form associations for ranaart  auma������(������meMt. Fr������e. or partially f������*ee,  purmltii are a/mllabl*   for    neUiom,  ttmvnnstrm   m**A    irt.-vmll.tn.    ������<������������>   *o    i-������  ll-Od. 5OT   ^ffiVTMW,   tJRESTON.   B.   Cl  11   :  TENTS FOR CAMPERS AND TOURISTS  These Tents afford utmost in protection,  and tlie anaterial will sinnd the haadest  kind- of -.veai*. Made or doubae rilled  heavy, army due It. Sizes ta suit every  requirement.  AUL    PRICES   ARE    DELIVERED.  Sale Price  ���������Size  in  I*'cet Delivered.  Wall   Tent.     5 at 7 x 2      $ 7.85  .    "Wall   Tent.    ������ x S i 2         10.06  Vv'all   Tt-ni.    7x7x2         11.45  Wall   Trait,     8 x 10 x 2      13.95  Wall   Tent.   10 x 12 x 2         18.95  Wall ������������������J.-e.nt.  10 x 12 x 3      19.93  Wall   Tentt  lli x 14  x :*         25.95  "Write for price un special si/.es not lisiocl  here. Inchidini; Auto Tents. Umbrella  Tents, ^talile Tents. Carnival Tents,  Show Tents and Tarpaulins.  All Tents and Covers listed here are expertly made in our Regina. Factory,  wliere new perfected 'machinery'aiul gov-  craiuerit sui*a>lus duck make, these low  prices possible Tor brand new standard  canvas nieehandise.  WAGON      COVERS.      STACK      COVERS,  MACHINERY     AND    AUTO    COVERS,  SEPARATOR   CANVAS   FOR   USE   AS  GRAIN   SAVERS   UNDER   FEEDERS.  Most Sizes a Sways in  Stock. Others Mad������  to Order in  Few Hours. Lowest Prices  in  Canada.         Write for Prices  GOLD   MEDAL   CAMP   COTS  No.    11157���������Sturdy,   foUUnK  Canvas-covered Camp iy>'.������.  Covered  with  lil-ovs.   IvhaUt  double filled duck,   full size and  positively  guaranteed,   to   Vie  tlie   finest   tamp cot on  the.'marker.      Worth   reKuiarly   $7.SO.   Our  Sal������i   l'i-ii-e  IX'live red   GOLD  MEDAL  FOLDING CHAIR  ITere is a camp clusiv that combines'  comfort with cxtronat durability, ease  of folding- and coiniJactnessi avheia  folded. A highly us������f'.al article for  motorist.**.. campers, hunters and  sportsmen. 'Worth     $J.'.O0.     Oiar     Sale  Prjco ob-fl -a������  Delivered  -^M *������,������  ARMY kAVERSACKS  Regulation heavy -waterproof jtihity  haversacks. 16-lnch size. Complete  witlj leather - buckle Hap straps and  strap foa*.carrying, at side with buckle  adjustment for making* the strap' the  desired    length, liccla.imcil.     Worth  Sitle  Price     ��������� ***������  Olive  Drab  Bedford Cord  Breeches  Xo. :P2I -t���������Made froiav Bedford cord.  Trim and neat, but will stand the  hardest usage, Plenty of pockets.  belt loops arid - lace l>ottdi?as; Sizes ?3()  to 42 hi. waist. "��������� Sold regularly at  S3.95. ���������25 *S   ffik<St  S:i!e   Price.    Delivered    ���������������(������ ��������� ��������� ������* ������r  MEN'S  JUMBO   SHIRTS  No. J:*2l!i -Big. roomy bodies, attached  collar, two pockets and .double?stitched. -'Vai ideal outing shirr when not  used as ta work garment. Sizes 14 to  aSH-  inches.    Worth S>y  Salt  D  caavere<i  AF5MY CANVAS LEGGINGS  Xo.   JIGS    Regulation  ideal   for  -a.il   outdoc-:'  ������*. nuy  When attending Refjln.i Fair���������don't  fail to visit cur Retail Store at 2008-  lath   Ave..   Regina.  the side lace style from extra heavy  khaki duck, aeinfotveu. and waterproof. Stare call" measure. Worth $2.00  per pair.    Sale Price,' /B ftr  Delivered         **������?^  SEND FOR BIG BARGAIN  CATALOG CONTAINING HUNDREDS   OF   OTHER    BARGAINS.  MAIL YOUR  ORDERS AT ONCE TO  A DPV o>  iy A W IWP A SJTRlfrlyT Qt  REG:t"iA,  SASK.  Wi>\-    *'   "V.  t\. .J. 'NAI'.IICR  SuperiHtendetit    Cuatadhm   National  Railways. a.t  Ciipreol.     Ontario,    .who  succeeds   Saipt.   G.   A.   I'unliffe,   Bntaa-  doaa, retired. .  ShoVws Rapid Progress  It wsis only 41 years ago. tlae hist  spike was driven iaa Cttn.sdias Sirs":  ta-aaiHcuaytlueaitaU railroad. Only ai)  yeaa*s ago, the first gold was found  !n Klondye. daily 20 years ago. two of  lier ga-eut Provinces Saskatchewan'  aaad  Alberta, were  created.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JULY" 17  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Building pea-mits for Greater Vsu-  rouver during the first six months of  this year totalled ?10.S61,(>0S.  Frederick J. Busoombe. former Van-  ecuver mayor. la-as donated to tbe  province his large residence, as a.  home for incurable invalids.  Viscountess Harcourt has been appointed chairman of the councii ot* ahe  .Society for Overseos Settlement oi.  Britisli Women in succession to Countess Buxton.  Serious depletion of North Pacific  halibut is reported by J. P. Babcock.  chairman of tlae International Halibut.  Commission. Mr. Babcock said the  commission avould meet fishermen and  all interested in halibut nest fall, and  then fraane an interim a-eport to the  Canadian and United States Governanent s.  Co-operative   Marketing* of   Livestock  The Province of Saskatchewan now  has aai organization for the co-opera-;  live .marketing ot livestock- The Saskatchewan Livestock Pool caine hnt>  beiug on June 1st aaid in two weeks*  titue 1.35S contracts were received.  Southern Saskatchewan shipments  will be marketed at Moose Jaw and  northern ones at Prince Albert.  Agony of Lumbago  I MSB������*lrI������9r   ^aaILaiiI    A*i   -^u-nsKuj ajvwucu nwajf  By "Nerviline"  Excellent   for   Croupy   Children.   ���������  When a child is  suffering with croup  it is s ^s^od plan to use Dr. Thomas'  Kclectric   Oil.    It  reduces  the  inflam-.  naation and loosens the phlegm giving  speedy relief to the little sufferer. It  is equally reliable for. sore throat and  chest, earache, rheumatic pains,  cuts,  bruises    and    sprains.      Dr.    Thomas'  ; Eclectric Oil is    regarded    by ��������� many  j thousands as an indispensable of the  i family   medicine  cbest.  For the sharp, piercing pain of  Launbago. and the tormenting aches  of Rheuinai asiu, no liaainaent is so  eftleient, so quick to bring comfort  and relief as good old "Nerviline."  This wonderful liniment penetrates  through the tissues very quickly,  ^sinks at once to the core of the pain,  draws, the blood from the congested  area, and thereby relieves the pain in  a short time. Those wlio suffer from  stiff joints, tawellings and Rheumatic  eoaiditions should use Nerviline, *������the  King of Pain destroyers. Get Nerviline  today, 35c. at ail dealers.  Even the man most anxious  please can no longer say that a  man's clothes suit her down to  ground.  to  \vo-  the  Ira a Missouri town of -1.S00 there  are 2C couples who have celebrated  their golden wedding anniversaries,  while four couples have been married  GO years or more.  No man or woman should hobble  painfully abo*ut because of corns when  so certain a relief is at hand as  Holloway's Corn Remover.  Use Miller's "Worm Powders and  the battle against worms is won.  These powders correct the morbid  conditions of the stomach which  nourish worms, and these destructive  parasites cannot, exist after they come  in contact with the medicine. The  worms are speedily evacuated with  with other refuse from the bowels.  j Soaandness is ianparted to- tlae organs  i and the health of the child steadily  improves.  SAMUEL ANOINTS DAVID  Golden Text: "T>et no man despise  thy youth; bub be thou-an.example-to  them that believe, in word. In naanaier  Of   !lf<-������    1"   lov*������ "In    fsiin-i     l������,    <>.,.-{*.ir "   1 Timothy 4.12.  *-i*ssson.r 1 oimjTiei iC.l-j.3.:  -- - v. ������.-vi������������*������     ������>^������^K.u(7.      Jl 1 V I CI US     O. I'll.-  Explanations and Conametits  1. Samuel's Mission to Bethlehena.  vea-aes .1-3.���������Saul had failed to "measure up to (he standard of what waa  expected of 'him. Saul's failure caused  Samuel great sorrow. lie real!zeal that  he'must take definite aciibn about  Saul's KtaeeeHSor. tlaat madli was God's  wiii. He must go to Bethlehean With a  ilttslc (horn) tilled with oil to anoint  one.oC the Koaie of Jesse as the Loi-d's  chosen king. Yet he hesitated to go.  Would not Saul--kill hian if the fact  became kaaowal? Then a way out of  the difficulty same to hie mind; as a  matter or prudence he would give as  the object of his visit the holding of  a sacrifice, and ,. would keep silent  about ahe more ianpoataait aeasoai for  his coming. He would give one reason for his visit, which was a true  oaie. and" would say nothing about  anqaher   reasoja,  which lie  was  under  Itrv    ^Klwrn *������#���������������������   '+'.*-%     .I:...*'!.   "It wsis notAconcealment the object  of which was' to mislead any one, or  to induce any one- to do what he  tvoattd not have done had the whole  truth been knowTh to him. When, concealment is pa*actlced in order tx> take  an unfair advantage of any one. or to  secua'e ah unworthy advantage over  hi������Tis it Is detestable. But to* conceal  what you are under no obligation to  reveal, when some important end is  to ne gained^ is quite a different  thing."���������W. G. Blaikie.  On* ainglo cord ia maJe uf> of IS amall ccrds.  Thtso amall cord* are moJi up of cotton fibers.  all aaturottd in rubber by process of dipping  cot da in rubber solution.  GUSffl"DI|$|g-g-������*3].  Tires  Help You Save Money  The Firestone process of saturating the  cords in rubber solution, insulates every  fiber of every cord with rubber, minimizing internal friction and wear.  It cives stamina to the cords and  makes possible the strong, flexible side-  wirils of Firestone Faall-Size Balloons,  iiiut give yuu lull cuslitiniiiifc-, on ruuijii  toads���������obsorbinrg the bumps and bridging the rutn. The scienti fically desl gncd  Firestone Balloon tread grips the rood  -���������resisting skid and glvh'K traction in  ulippery places.  Firestone Balloon Gum-Dipped Tires  on your ctar will deliver Rrenter snfety  ftnd comfort and materially lower your  tire costs. The nearest Firestone dealer  in equipped to serve you better with  these better tires. Sec him now.  FTRBSTONK TIKE fls RUBBER CO.  Ot' CAKAX>A LIMITED  HnmUton, Ontnrio  MOST  MILES   PER DOTXAW.  TMAniC IK CANADA  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimtmm*mmmm*mimmmm m^mmmmm^mimmmmmmmmtmmsmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmjsm*  *r*rrninnr BuIMn th-" Only Clnm-r>l-pfMMl Tlrr������  f* - i. 'i.i iinrurTHirnm-i���������"r��������� '  ' '"',l"*1 ���������   ������������������������������������** ������������������"������������������������������������ i'-m^*  The gslago, or flying'lemur, a native of Indian ?.a*chipelago, is said to  be the champion jumper or animals,  clearing a.bout 300 feet on an inclined  plane.  A professor of Dublin University  believes the earth may be growing  wanner under the influence ot  radioactive forces.  : Keep Minard's Liniment near at hand.  Scarcity Of Beef Cattle  Reported That There wi|! Be a Cattle  Shortage in Saskatchewan Tbis  Year*  A scarcity of beef cattle is likely in  Saskatchewan this year, the experts  saay. The United Farmers of Ontario  are reported in the market for a thousand carloads, as compared with 200  last; year, and the opinion of cattle  men. is that Saskatchewan may not be  able to furnish even the small consignment sent out last year. Up to  the end of April Canada expoi'ted S,-  000 head of cattle to Great Britain,  compared with 29,000 last year, while  hog shipments -to the United States  for ,the same four months are. 106,000  compared with 3,364 for tlie same period last year.  Mirtard's Liniment for warts and Pimples.  A Baker's Dozen  In olden days pedlars in bread were  formerly suppiied with thirteen loaves  for the.price of twelve,-the additional  loaf representing iheir profit. It is  also said tlaat to avoid the risk of giving short weight (an offense visited  with heavy puaiishment), bakers were  accustomed to give thirteen loaves for  twelve.    But they don't  do at now  SPEARMINT has a tang  aand zest ato brightca yyouar  wholeday!  It   keeps   teeth,  white,  soothes the throat, and  A Smart Norfoifc *������uit  Exceedingly smart is this Norfolk  suit. The coat has a yoke and plaits  at fa*ont and back, pa ten pockets, two-���������  piece sleeves and a belt. The trousers are plaited or gathered into bands  at the lower edge and are finished  with a band at liie'top''"'"'No." 1575 is  in sizes 8. 10, 12 and 14 years. Size  10 requires 3 %" yards 36 Inch materia! ;  or 2Vfc'yaa:ds 54-Inch for suit, and 1%  yards 36-inch lining for coat. Pa*ice 20  cents the pattern.  Our new Fashion Book contains  msiny .styles showing how to da*ess  boys and girls. Simplicity is the i*as"le  for well-dressed children. Clothes of  chai-aicter and Individuality for tho.  junior folks are hard to buy, but easy  to make with our patterns. A sanall  amount of money spent on good/������ia-  tea-isils, cut on sianple lines, will give  children the privilege ot wearing  adorable things. Piice of the book 10  cents the copy.  How To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  175 MeDeraaaot Ave., Winnipeg  Patteru   No..  ���������������.    Size........  ......................  Name      Town   VV  N.  I. J.      MW'J  Work h:m commenced on. Ihe unc-  ond Hinge of a building, nhown above,  which when completed will ho tho  highest In tlao llrltl������h I'haiplro���������truly  a monument to ('nninikm (���������iiterprlHO,  towering athoni. -Ir>0 IVef above Hid  Kioiuad. v\ Uli u front (if:'' of im r ���������loil  feet  ou   hoiiilnloii     Smiiiii'i-,    probably  Ibe eliolcoHl ������l(o ha Monlri'al. Tlio pro.'  neill heaid otllcn of Iho rhaai UCo Ah-  Biai'anco L'oanpaaay ot (..'uniida, ulilcla  au'(!hllecta Ueehiro to bo taaaaa of tho  llnem olilee hulldliaJ-H In iho woi'hl,  will be in<oi-poiaU'd In the coaiapletcd  I'dlllce, but it will only ho a jjiaaall  unit n������i com pined wUh the Ilnlnluid  Kiructaaao;    'J'he pref<e������t liotul o(llci) Ih  nriiw noeiaplfd <o ���������'npnelty with ra Htnff  of appioxiiiiiil������dy 1200 people. The  completed building will provide for i.  total fittirc of over lO.OOO. Tho entlro  building will he erected on a structural steel Cranio nnd tho exlerlor  faced wilh gi-uaaite, aiad will ho of tlae  name auomuiienfial a-hui-actei- ;ua tho  exlHtlng Mtrueturo.  Drives Asthma Like Magic. Tlao  immediate help I'rotn Dr. J. D. Kel-  logg'H Asthana Rnmealy Keoans' lllco  mnglc, Nevei'llieh'HH It Ih caily a nai-  l.uriil ronaiady used Irn ������, natural wsay,  Tho innoko or vapoi*, reaching thn  aviOKt a'cmaolo piiSHiigo of the affected  I allien, Im-uhIioh nsldo tho trouble sind  opoiiH ai way for i'a*oali ulr to' enter. It  la Hold by doalers throughout the Ituul.  Loiaau seeds, believed to have been  burled under layers of peat morn  than 500 yearn in Rlsinadauain., luive  be-nn .made to grow iu a laboratorj".  HELP   WANTED!  MALE   Olt  FEMALE  Krai'u upwarcln of $25 w������ol<ly; rtowIhk  luiiBhroointi for un, UMlniur wa/it������ himk-d  In c������>lliu'*������. buriiM ui* mil hour������w>. Mi^ht  ploiiwuit woI'li: foa* <iltlmu* r,ox. t'wn-  iikiu'i' now. lltimlruUKl l>oolil������<i, i������rii*-  tliMihii'M niul a������'Htlmrtnl������tl������ Hfut nnv-  Mhitre, for wtdtup. ^ddrenn .Doiululon  niUHhromin t'o..   Tort>i>tn,   a. ''���������?���������*.'  >03I&,;:^^^ - B.:  /������������������(���������. 7  f'vf'^  ���������4  iiave iou Blemishes or  & ���������leaf SfjiGOih  s    ' >**'!.-*  MIHI  S'-'f  ?  X*  ^Jft?If y'6uf;Vi*5i9'h:ia?skS*n ^elear jotblemishes and  "  "' othery annoying?-ieruptiohs yh^        to-day  . ^ the regular, xase of Cuticura Soap; a**?-  ^���������:''/Vfrr8iis1'^  method is so agreeable, so often effective  and so economical.  Sample EfceSi. Fiaa by Mala. ;-Addren������ Canadian  Desyot:  " "SeoBliotiBs;-ttcf.; aHoatt������aa."   pa-ice.  Soap 25c. Oint-  went 25 and COe. Talcum 25e.  Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c,.  ST jC%..  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  fc* VST:    .1     IB^^I'  vrs !fl,n a-r*���������i.  CM A PTER- III��������� Continued  ] handful she 3s,-Ma'am, though a good  Helmi  her.  had the quality Mass Abbie  s������acJte<i; she was iiof afraid of any-  aliing. Miss Abbie read it In her eyes,  in her cas-riagc, in her poise, and for  a hat reason she was attracted ��������� to her.*  All her timid life, Miss Abbie had  craved to he feai*Iess and unconcerned  about public opinion. Tlaat was the  biggest thing- in life, hot to fhe ? afraid  of anyone. Miss Abbie; had ;heaird it  put very-wickedly oncey; n made  r-S3lj-UUtft     iii.     Slit?     UUUKr.     iltxX.    ii,  Iter toOr���������" So live that yoix- can look  the whole world in the face and tell it  to go io���������" Miss Abbie could not even  think, tiae "word. She. struck the horse  ..'with the lines instead. Hey believing  laer to' be merely knocking off a .ily  ' switched his tail appreciatively.  Miss- Abbie   would   adopt  the   girl;  ���������yes, she would.    If the*girl was open  * lor adoption she would-be? adopted by  Mist, Abigaail J. Moore, Spinster.V  Helmi directed her to the Yale II o-  ? et:l, and Miss Abbie, tying "..Jasper to  ;'iho ring in the sidewalk? entered.. Ty-.  ing Jasper anywhere, at any Mane, was  what  is called now a '���������complimentary'  gesture.  ;   - They      entered,       Helmi      striding  f through the front corridor  down the  ? aa arrow hall, where coats'and hats of  ? the diners hung, and so Ahrough to the  ? kitchen.    Tbe "help" -were not allow-  ed the use of the front door, hut Hel-  | mi a-easoned that on lier off day she  ; had   temporarily  ceased   to   be   help.  .- Therefore the front'door. \  Miss Abbie, glowing with laer new  ; resolve", was brave even to  reckless-  ���������r nt-jss. ' :���������?���������. ���������-> . ���������  "I  Found    this    young    girl    being  f chased  by two young    ruffians,    and  y broug-ht  her home," said Miss Abbie  <   to lhe cook, who stood in the middle  of the floor with a long complicated  can-opener in her hand.   "I would like  to know more about her if I may. She  naif-rests me;  I -sun a ��������� worker aanong  girls.-. She speaks no Rriglish, ! see."  Maggie Kenny politely handed Miss  Abbie the one vacant chair, and laid  ? down, the can-opener before, replying.  'fit's  little  I  know  myseir,  ma'am,  ��������� only that my sister in Saint Paul sent  .'���������-, her to me  to  look ai'ter-rand  it's  a  girl as I ever saw in her -work, and  smart and willin'. She's a quare girl  in tlie sudden way her temper rises.  "Do yon think I might have her to  come and live with, me? I am all alone  and have a little means." Miss Abbie  blushed becomingly. "She seems so  lonely heave, not able to speak, that I  feel sorry lor her, and besides, I need  someone.   I would be good to her."  :  Maggie considered the petitioner  critically. ���������>'  "I can give you references." said  Miss Abbie eagerly."and I would be  pleased to laave you come yourself to  see my home if you would be so  good:" y . -y  In all her long experience in dealing  with the public it was the first time  anyone had suggested that Margaret  Kenny slaould look at references.  She had been asked to piroduce them,  but not to look at them. She wrin-_  kled her forehead^ in deep thought.  Maggie ICenny knew that a hotel with  its corner's and goers was no place for  Helm!; besides she liked the genteei  lady who offered references."  Miss AbbieW6n.  CHAPTER IV.  EY SUFFEB  NO MORE  Two Women Owe Health  y   to Lydia E* Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound .  St.  Adolphe, Manitoba.��������� "'I waa  very weak and had tfreat pains during  my periods so thut  I could ntcfc sweep  the Hoot*. The  pains -were an tho  right side and extended to the Ief fc  nnil then (low n-  WJM'ds. It Hcoaned  aaa If'the hotly was  heavy und. upside  down. It ih i'or  these troubles I  tnnk  the Vo'i-etja-   bio Cpmpouriti,   J.  ���������rww about it in a paper aaid tine *wo-  man pi*ovailed on me to take at. It  has helped me in every -way, the  ��������� pnariB nro leas, nnd I hrave more appetite, it aw a pleats11 re to recommend  Lydia E, Pankham's. Vegetabla Coni-  puutid to other wornoxa."--Mrs. ������T. h.  CoxriMinAlNM,  St. Adolphe, Maarltolm,  Found Great liclief  Toronto,Ont ~,Mr am nt thn Ohnnpce  of I.ifo with hot fiats hem, (U?.xine������Ht  we it knew* and nor voainneufi, I had  ^ bond noaaea aand wttH, wlaort uI' larcaath.  I wnaa thisa wiay nhont hIx motiillis when  I rend aahoait f(ydia 13. firakhnm V Voj,1*-  etabha Cominrtincl In the newtmnporB.  1 linvo lakdai elffhl bottles ho fair and  found ttroul relief."���������Mrs.R.d,Salmon, 112 Lawlor Ave* Toronto, Ont  W.   -W   v.    icxy  Miss Abbie J. Moore lived in a little  neat house in Chestnut Street, In an  impeachable neighborhood 4 where  everyone had a. sleeping porch on tbe  frbait' of their house, with a square of  gi*ass at the-back in the centre of  which a clothes4ihe reel stood .3ike/a.  wind-inverted umbreTla every day except Monday". On Monday the bare  wires bloomedjand fluttered in the  breeze, running befol'e it l*d vain circles. A sleeping porch in front, a  square of grass behind, and a decent  little mortgage covering all���������but so  arranged that one paid'the interest in  the foi*m of rent. The building agency  made that very clear. "Live in your  own house'and pay as you live," was  a sentence  oft repeated.  Miss Abbie kept two* impeccable  hoardea'S, who.ea.nie and went noiselessly, left their riihbeirs at the door,  came in eai*ly, had breakfast at the  same hour every morning except Sunday, when they had none at all; who  shovelled the snow* fi*om the walk iaa  winter; sent "her a white lily at Kast-  ei\ and a red cyclamen;at Christinas;  who' paid on tlae first day of the month  except when the first came ou Sunday, and In. that cause made the pay-  meaat on Sataai-daiy.  Miss Abbie reCerred to thorn aa  "Mr. A" Vand "Mr. B,"���������but whether  this gave any clue to the''.initials at  their names retwaains a matter, of  doubt.  MisR Abbio's hoiiSie reflected her ox-  celleaat eharactei", She believed Iu  halving things about her plain but  good. The wood ita her ho'tiae was  oak, the curtains wot, tho hangings a  sedate brown, "anuM". brown to bo  snore exact, ' Tlae carpet on the living  room mid on tho stairs was of tho  daallest shades ol brown aind fawn she  could got, and the pattern oa" goome-  tri-cul tleslgaa. Hor plclwetH w^ore Htool  eaitfrnvinfrH nnd enhnv,:od olHuro* of  grim vlsaged departed relatives.  -'That'M Mother, the -wLntor before  sln> died���������it was working oai her then,  bail wo didn't know il. This Is Fnther  taken when he lay on hl������ deal la-bod.  Tl������e nian came to thoOaouHO.  Tbl������ Ih Aunt Miary. She ra,in'l lonkln'  v.yy I'.hf'CrJaal but y<m can't 'wonder;  slio went Pl.i*alght. from tho doctor's  ofllftci whoa ho told her he was afraid  Hhii hadn't very long to live. This i������  my youngosl. Mister. She novoa* wjih  strong; 1'ier kidaney ilonlrd all the tham  anil Hilled her at last She know H  wiih gnu In' worno. so adaii not oiai* of  llM'i'e I'or K-au'lai of un the  kirtt  Cha-Isi-  1IUIH.  Ma   Miws  Abhh^'H fiiinlly     It     Heemeil  that a photograph''-was something of  an "intimation."  ,: Her f steel yen gravings were sombre  ���������ia^characterf too���������- "The-Stag at Uay,"  bleak, Idtieiy, desperate; The Doctor  sitting iay Ehe sick claild; Wellington  greeting Blucher on the fields of Waterloo, with;dead-   men    under    their  i,  *   ^������_;���������t.  nUJCj.WS       ItCI....',.:'���������  '��������� "-Helmi now for the flr^st time in her  'life had a room to herself, and her  own little toed, a goi-geous one in her  eyes with its ehiiplet of white enamelled flowers tied with a bow of bratis  ribbon at both head and foot. The top  quilt was a patched one of blue and  white,-in the pattern known as the  "Paveanents ol" New York." and for  chilly nights there was a small eider-  dowar flowered In appleblossoras.      ?f  Miss Abbie was ga-ieved to'see in  Helmi a growing tendency to stand  before the r mirror in the elm wood  staudy'V?She was atta-acted by what  slae sawfthere^ for it was the. first mirror she; had looked into which did not  make her face look wavy. Ho-yy-  ever, when the minister's sister, the  psycho-analyst, pointed ' out to Mh>s  Abbie that Helm! seemed to be growing conscious of her personal appearance Miss Abbie dismissed the matter loftily.  "One (must not blame her. Miss  Terry,-", sh.^ said in that sweet-tone she  always fadq-pted when she was working toward a climax; "the curves of a  young'"���������face are good to look at. There  are certain privileges we. must accord  to *������������������ youth, Vtriy Sear. hfow, with you  and me the glass cannot exercise the  same fascination, though, I fear it will  not be .counted to us i'or righteousness that we resisted."  Miss Abbie noted with some alarm  the progress Helmi was making-in  adapting herself to her new life.  Helmi's hair Syas no longer brushed  straight hack, ba*aided and lied, with  a black ribbon. It came down over  her ears now in the "buns" so favored at that tiane. The high collars  on Helmi's prhat blouses had disappeared, and qutfca sufficient wlai!^" neck  was revealed; and when she took her  down to see the stores she noticed  how she lingered in front of the  pretty dresses; and when they came  to a hiilliaiery window Helmi stopped  so suddenly that Miss Abbie colli-d-  ied with her and Helmi did not even  know   it! - ���������    --"        - '���������"���������;' ���������  Miss Abbie felt herself at a loss to  II  i  A tew: tiruencls drop iiaon Fa Buzx  f^tlT spray clears your home of mosquitoes  j^. ,-aa.d flies. It alsoJcills bed b^gs, roaches, ants,  and their eggs. Fatal to insects but harmless to  xjuankind.  Wiii not stain.   Get Flit today.  Distributedin Canada by Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Limited, Toronto  DESTROYS  Flies Mosquitoes Motiis  Ants Bed Bugs Beaches  ,rThe jtllow'can  with tbe htatkbana'*  white canvas at the back. It was set  exactly in the* middle of the plushy  lawn with liac bushes at intervals all  around the fence* a Maltese cross of  red and white geraniums; a hedge of  blue delphiniums in front of the Iat-  '^tleHeH^  t,i  ps tor  ids "Week.  Ahstaiai from all appearance of evil.  ���������1 Thess. v. 22.  tice fence  which divided    the    front I g^ doe������* not say, ''fee beautiful," "Be  lawn froan the back garden; window  boxes of red geraniums, white daisies  anl blue lonelia, upstairs aaid down;  a summer-house grown over with- canary vine, a caragana hedge, neatly  trimmed to that flat sua-face so much  coveted by hedge . growers. It looked, indeed, like* the perfectly kept  home''of a substantial citizen.  (Tone continued)  Japan's Ancknt Royal Family  So Long  wlse,M- :-.. .:-,,.  Be aught that4 man in man will overprize ;  Only "Be   good."   the   tender   Father  eries.  We seek to risount the; still .ascending  stair.  To greatness, Glory, :&nd  the   crow-as  : 'tthey^bear;?'??-: ?",?.?'? ??''?.  We   mount  to   fall   heart-sickened   in  'despair.,,. ���������,;..  wound  ua.  but  God  only  His    simple  know what to do about this. "Evidently Kelmi had a deep love for finery, and Miss Abbie ta-enibled for liter  when she thought of the evils tlaat  are in the world. "And I don't  blame her," she thought, "it's  men's faults after all! They want  to see women dressed up like peacocks; they won't take onuch notice of  thean if they are not. I know I was  always the homespun, flat-heeled,  rainy-day-hat. kind, and what good did  it do me? Still, she will have to be  guided."  When Miss Abbie went into the  kitchen to tell Helmi what tcy get for  dinner she found he): busy polishing  tlio tin dlshpan so that she could see  her face In it. So ab'sos'bed was she  in her pleasant task she did not hear  Miss Abble coming. y  ,  Then amd there Mis?. Abbie decided iai ���������favor, of! "saiiifi" .brown" for  Heliui's gingham dresses. She had  thought of henna-and burnt otango.  Acioss the corner from Miss Abhie's  prim little house a shingled buaagalow  with mullLoned windows raised its  symmetrical roof aanong the trees.  Miss^Ahble saaid it looked Hke a California house with Its sun-poa*ch iaa  fa*ont and sleeping verandah screened   from   the   world   with   green  and  No Other Dynasty Has Been  Lived  It   is   difficult., to .'realize, ...the   antiquity   of  the   Japanese  royal  family,  for it goes back    2,000    years.      Emperor Yoshihito   is  the   one   hundred  and twenty-third of the Yamato house  to hold the scepter. Prottn the beginning there has been no other dynasty in Japan.    Perhaps this has something to do with the Japanese belief  that their emperor is descended from  the gods. Jiniu Tenno, settled his people in Japan and foaauded the  royal  line in 660 B.C.    Yoshihito, like every  other wielder of  tlae Japanese  seep-.  ^1*4,ter since, is his direct descendant.'In  all history there is nothing else like  this.     The- Egyptian  dynasties   were  mostly  short-lived.  The   Chinese imperial houses came   and   went.   The  whole series of ISo.na.an emperors lasted brief periods compared  with  this  Japanese line.    The  English,'French,  Spanish Geranan, Russian a-oyal hoais-  es were kaleidoscope beside  the  Japanese.  Baffle   and  would  That   we   should    heed  wrords, "Be good":''  ���������-William Sawyer.  Goodness is  the    investment,   that  never fails.   In the mvsic of the harp  that trembles round the world, it is  the insisting on this "which thrills us.  ���������Henry David Tho*reau..   -  ���������""fe'g'fi  JLI  HARD ON THE BABY  Powerful Medicine. ��������� The hoalinff  properties iai six essential oils sue  concentrated in every bottle of l>r.  'Thomas' IScleetritrSftOil. forming one of  the .most beneficial Itnimonts ever  offered to the use of man. Many can  testify as to its power 'in allaying  pain, aaid many more can certify that  they owe their health to" it. Its won*  dea'Eaal power is not expressed by the  small lirlce at which it sellw.  Historic Relic Pound  Played  piped  Diarrlicea  Sunrtfftter CbnipBaint  HE ALWAYS USES  McGn>cor, MvT/OJinAt-.,  -"Over -forty y*nr������  togivo uu l>r  a������<������  Fowl or' n  Extract of Wikl fcisruvvljctry/or tliarrliQua.  J\rr.   T.   F.  Alta., write*:-  my mother ittand  Extract of WikI Isi8ruvvijctr\  nnd Hiinmmer complnint.    All thrnu-jh tho  ymtft niueo Hum whan 1 rouble"! with nil  exuossavo looHoiiflHii of fch������ bow������v|i*i 1 havo  boen neciiHtouiod lo 1ako a. few doBow of  thw HftiTio old,   I'^liiihlo rasnaetly ������aad  ifc  nlwayn b������������h������h lo 3jjm'������ tb������ ilcHirud effi*iity  no- traattor wlmM-hn oanifliv"  Pt>in4fl: Accept m $tibKtR;-.nt������  Thi������ vn.hiaM<������ pr^parAtion IntR. hnen  r������n thm mrn<*irU fit for ll������������ rynni ttO yi������nrH(' put".  unonlybyTlaiiT, hiUhumCo*, k.iniiac(i,  T^jronlo,, Oa������fc*  Ottawa- Woman  Has Bagpipes  At Cullodeen Moor  Tlae lilHtorlc bagpipes that,  for tho lost cause at Caallocleen Moor  when the defeated forces of "Honnie  Prince CJharlle" wea*o a-allled lay its  strains have been, locatud in Ottawa.  Their present owner, ISUes Fraaaacls  No I ii ia, lias already refiLsod an offer  of $4,000 for thean from a Scottish  auaiseum. The piper wea*o Innt aasod  when the late John Ua-owaa, doHcend-  ant of the John Xlrown who played  thorn at Cullodest jMoor, piped' a l.m\o  when Kiiif? Edward VII, then Prince  of Wales, laid tlio coraaet-rttono of tho  old Prtrltaaaacnt HulIdlaigH af Ottawa.  July���������the month of oppressive heat;  red-hot days and sw:eltei*ing nights;  Is extremely hard on little ones.  Diarrhoea, dysenteiT. "colic and cholera infantum carry oiT thousands of  precious little lives every fsuniaiier.  The mother must be constantly ora  her guard to pi'event these troubles,  or if they come on suddenly to fisfht  them. No other medicine is of such  aid to mothers clua-tng the hot sunnmei-  aa is Baby's : Own' Tablets* Tliey  regulate the bowels and stomach, and  an occasional dose given to the well  child will prevent summer complaint,  or if the trouble does coone on suddenly wail baaiish it. The Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from Tlae l>r.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvtlle,-  Ont.  Geranany loads the world in commercial aviation. The records of one  Mei-naan company shows more business than those ot all the companies  of France, which ranks  second.  On the cast shore of the Sal ton Sea,  in the Coloa-ado Desert, .lets of live  Hleaaaa issue from laolos In the ground,  anil are used for campers to cook  their food.  Neuritis.  Drive away the throbbing pain  with  applications of Minard'a.  One of Rlcbeet Nations  Slaaco J913( Camaidluiaa have Increaa-  ed their holdings of their own C,6v-  '���������rn.mc'al and muiiWiiial homhs by over  SS.G'-I'l.OOO.OOO or sevenfold. Csinada'sa  per capita, wealth Is now exceeded  oaaly hy that, of the United Stiitesj nnd  fia-'cat HritJilia.  yvn  MfMY^MM^WMMMMAMMM*  H \ B SmM Rr-ff b*C  ff*a ff_B ff^ mm  Relieved   quickly,   safely    and  surely by one  or two doses of  ,  Dlarrhatyaa Remedy  Thn  iiiHt  railway  in  1lu>  IFiil  tod  Si.si.le a  was  in IIomImi* in  ISUT,  lure  iiaff  wooden rail  fi.  f>  Ml ma re  *������   L  (���������nltYtent  for  AJirMCHiO.  ��������� ��������� HERAPION WO* 1  SSBgm fM~J*l CQMtt -������*'-- JTI    C|^fL C3 jtiP'to |l& l*|    ������k fi m%     fflm  Mm    tSlH Smm^ ������E������r*^ H^*^ E itUf^ BlllS    B^p %t. mUtt  , ffl S1*^ ^^? ^ff^'illi B^^ B^m.j i^^3 S^'j 11 ^,*s  Mm. * *���������>��������� WMMVOMHrli^    ��������� M������<������ far tf������loV������ it'  HVIw rOU^HWOW. H������, *%������* elHT*������������*W*������fcMIMIt������>WU  ������')". ������f) r1 r;-i, ,fll 1^3 '-.hiri-ilVf. c'tllbfte fie, ' <���������' '���������' " "!' I������.������r*i  lUR.H.M'Cl.MMll M������d.-C������i ili������������������r(������������i.������,l������ KJ.T������AV.8,l-fl������.l*a  m. fcl.ml kil. Id. <wittHt v������������\t.*<t f.w 40U.GO.', <<������n������  VW MMUMK M������������imi  M-^T-r. Xo������U>nU������. Uu������.,' ���������?*yy?'  ���������TjtiS..yv,.;0j||sST05   RBiflJsW  Cows For Saue��������� Holsteins, fresb.  H. Helme. Cauap Lister.  mlLM. utuaT  ~!~.    a ������ v. ...  j? vrjn.  ioji.JL.cj-  freshening soon, good snilkinpc'sfcrain.  hornless, gentle, price reasonable. P.  ***  ^bbutt, Greaion, ��������� ������������������ . ���������'  ^M.    MJ*K  **!V A������*r*sju���������rsaspoerry pie������et*e. xv.  Sfce#art (Alice Siding), Oreston.  Waktbd���������Kadiaas saddle, must be in  good shape.   J. B. Winlaw, Wynndel.  X***rosu*re your repairs fov FYosfc &  Wood mowers while 6iu* stock is coroa-  nlatB.     Q.   A..   Snoej'S:  Hay For Sale���������Five tons alfalfa at  $20 ton delivered: or $15 ton at stack,  Albert Stewart, Oreston.  t������t!       ������jr>       <r-������..e- ������...,ja      ,.,~      j,*ri-i.���������5_ - ���������  *���������������     ������-��������������� . uinntCiu     Was     ������ws^.usiuesa  visiipi in Nelson a con pie of days.last  week, returning op Thursday.  T. J. Crawford is combiniaag business with pleasnue on a motor visit  at coast points,   leaving on Sunday.  Miss Goodea*haam of Calgary, Alberta, is a holiday visitor at Creston this  month, a guest of ber sister, Mrs. J.  K. Foibes.   v  A. Comfort as renewing actju&int-  ances at Blairanoa'e, Alberta arid other  Crows Nest- points this week, leaving  on Sunday.  Village clea*k W. O. Taylor got  away on Sunday on his two weeks*  vacation, which he is spending at  Nelson and Kaslo.  PALME/?  <2HffZQf*i?A���������iTOR  Have tbe cause of disease removed  .a m^%  \S������V-*���������**' *****  NOTARY FU&t-tC  Imperial Baaak Bkig.       Gfcfi'-ST'O/tf  &ntS  Sitwwes Unsafe  At the initial meetinggof the Creston  school board Frad iLewss was elected  chairman for 1927-28, with V Geo-  Nickel re-elected secretary. .   .   .".  Mrs. A. Anderson and Miss Ann ai  Andersons Victoria Avenue,- were  ���������visitors with friends in Spokane a few  days at tbs end of tbe wesfc������  Mrs. "Hopwood and two children  left on Sunday for Vancouver* and  will eprnd at least tbe next four Weeks  on a holiday at coast points.  House Fob Rent���������-4-room cottage,  partly furnished, or unfurnished, on  McLeod Avenue, next A.L.Cameron's,  Apply Mrs. Wt K. Bro asn, Creston,  The ice cream plant in connection  with the Creston Dairy bas bad a  very busy season to date, with an  average daily output of ten gallons.  Mrs. K. Stevens and ber gaie9t. Miss  Islip off'Uffaknsp,- left at the end of the  week on a visit? with -Kimberley  friends,, where they are guests of  Miss Snider.  Betty and Arthur Speers left on  Taiesday for Grassy Intake, Alberta,  where they will spend the balance of  the saiiiitr.er vacation with relatives  in that town.  Apiarists are looking for a banner  honey yiehl this season. For the  fis-st time an some yent-s hives will  have to be cleared twice,   and the fia*st  harvest started last week.  The usual services at Christ Church  are withdrawn for SaanrtHy. but operations will   be   resuaned   on    July 31st  with'Holy Communion at 8 a.m. and  | morning prayer at 11 o'clock.  For Sale���������At Creston. six-roomed  house, good gai-d^n 150 x 200 feet; few  young tw������es���������apples, peai-js, cherries.  Vegetables^ ato    last _fna������iHy   u   yeaa*f  #  /  T T  Second Hand Store in  connection  ipply A. E. Davaes, Creston-  SS  9mEg������iBi  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Steel Fishing  Rods at One  Ooli&r Uracil!  This is a strong, serviceable  steel rod for men or hoys. Enameled in black oaaly; bra a  ferrules and brazings; snake  rings; turned corrugated handle  finished natural color, and varnished* Contaiaaed in partition  cloth bag.     Length 8������ and 9 ft.  V. MAWSON  Vehicula** traffic   between ti>wn a.nd  West Ca-eston points was a-esunaed at  the end of the week, after being shut  off for almost sisc weeks, due to fche  high fkwad. waters on the flats.  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Twigg were  motor nisitnrs at Cranbiook for the  weekend. Mr. Twigg is lending a  hand -with tbe potato bug extermination campaign at East Kootenay  points.  Mass   Xaly   Wilson   of   Claresholro,  Alberta, who i, holidaying here.for  the summer, as on the sales staff-ait  the hraser bakery whale Miss Hazel  Hop wood is on a month's vacation at  the coast  The decidedly showery weather that  prevailed almost to the middle of the  month is at an end and tbe Valley  appears to be en for its old time summer scorch. Tbe mercury hat 90 in  the shade on Monday.  Miss Edna Holmes got back on  Fa*aday from a two weeks' visit with  Calgary friends, and will be in charge  of telephone central during Mrs. Hop-  woods holidays. Miss Edith Crawford  -takes the second shift.  Walter Grinsk of Macleod, Alberta,  who is spending the holidays with his  grandparents, Ma\. and Mrs. A. Com  fort, had the bad hack to fall off a  horj������e and break his arm just above  the wi������ast on FrldasJast.  After meeting all the expenses in  connection ��������� with the Confederation  Jubilee celebration at Ca-eston, fche  committee have a cash surplus of al  most $400. Sales of tickets in the  popularity contest were over $600.  For Rent or LraASB���������Newly renovated cafe and lunch -counter, well  situated an heart of Creston, opposite  hotel, splendid opportunity, open  about August 1st. Write or wire me.  M. J. Beningea;,Cre9ton Hotel,Ceeaton.  B "* st rf"tr     SH^SZiTft 5 *2 at"0* *���������      ���������*-*-���������������    .^-Vt* rf-v .     !**.������ j^v** *+.%���������*** mfm*^mC**T3.  Wf5  y is the very finest that  can be had!  If you are not already using our  F*r���������i, JSt* sa is Ua   *���������=-  iniiino  uiollli  do not fail  to give this blend'a trial  ci,iaav4.     iv^v^    vuiiviiiwvi.  Goods  eorii  Furnitufi  Hardware  osauitoes  SCREEN DOORS &  WINDOWS  tn au sizes  jr. am  Hinges, Screens and Fittings for your Screen Dog?  Galvanized Screen Wire in all widths  "** ���������      K .        . .��������� .  Cotton Mosquito Netting or Cheese Cloth  FLYTOX in bottles, at 50c. and 75c*  FLYTOX SPRA YERS, 50c. each  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIM TED  Bit  WiritiM,  rh*  We have opened out an ElecfricaE Store  one door East of the Postoffice  find  are  prepared   to   do  all  kinds   of  Electrical work.    AU work is guaranteed  rind   onr   prices   are   reasonable.     Free  estimates given at any time.      We solicit  your patronage.  X3>*%mS*.if������2tr.n    XtfrntemBt  mammmmmmmmmm  ervice  CRESTOM  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Hub produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $78,018,948; Lode Gold, $126,972,818,  Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $100,976,442; Copper $209,967,068; Zinc, 650,512,557; Coal  amd Coke, $264,099,133; Straiotural Materials and Misoellaneoais Miaicrala, $50,175,407; malc-  ing its mineral production to tlie eaid of 1925 ahovir ata  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production? year ending December^ 19265 $67,188,842  The MiniiiR Lawra of this Province are more liberal and the f������q������ lower than those of  any other Province in tho Dominion, or any oolony in the British Empire.  Mineral looationB aro granted to disooverera For nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing suoh properties, the Keourity of which io  guaranteed by Crown gran fen.  Full information, together with Mining Tic por to and Maps, may be obtained ftratis by  addressing;���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N  ta  HI I  .B.~ Frantically all British Columbia Mineral Proportion upon which development worlc has been done  aro <loanr.rllae������l in untno nn������ of i,he Annual RenortH of tho Miniuter of Minos. Those considering mining  Inveastments ahould rofnr to naaoh reports. Tn������y nro nvailmUln without eharge on appliciitian to the Do-  partntent o Mines, Victoria* B.C. Reports of tho t-leolopjical Saarvoy of Catnaulu, Winch Baiilcliaitg, Van-  couvor, ran*' rocowimondecl iih vnluahle *nvirc������K of infrvriuntlraai.  Itoporta onverlnpf each of tho Six- Midorad Survey Districts aire published separably, anad are avail  iii" run Hg*nlicatlon4


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