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 ts^aamfasmwmsxB*  <sr^-^^s������s������s^s*s^ssK*m*-r^mr^7-^~amm=  t /  Vol. XIX.  ORESTON, B. 0., FBIBAY, AUGUST 5, 1927  No. 24  Mr. aiad Mra. Beeson nnd Mr., and  Mrs. Geo, Hurl and family of Vau-  gu&rd, ������������aek., arrived here a few -driys  af?o, on a visit with tun latter's parents; Mr. and Mrs. M, Hurl.  Axel. BeiRtren and Johc Na^ite-rd  are sst Orest=OHB y fljgaln. wbpre* they  have abother'pole bawling eontijaet  with tlie Winlaw firm. -:}.-.  f'f ?~'':;''?VV?f;';:  JefL Knott, -svho Is no employed at-  the Dona anion garage. Trail, was home  at the weekend for a few days' visit.  M-csyli. Handley  Is   a   visitor watlv  parents,   Mr.   afad   Mr^,  baseband   is  at < nr������fieiit  patient at Cranbrook. .  The Ladies, Aid   have their   annual  s ������������������~���������-~-~.������������������    ���������.'���������2-~a- ��������� ������u!      ca������*..u������*-*l**'^������ '*.*.' 4-In,a  on Sunday, August 7th, at the school-  House. A full attendance is asked for  as arrangements will be made for the  -annual picnic.  Word reached here at   the erati of  tbe week of the marriage at Kimber  ley of Mi$s?������Clva, daughter of   Mr. and  Mrs. John Kelly, to Jack McDonald of  Kljroberley;f?Tbe?^vent took   place at  r^i'y;������ ������__'-. m������~.  aca. liaatftsarsSsm-rS r9  Brett.    Her  a    hosoital  home of Mrs.  invited.  Knott, to   which all are  an was the "only success-  fa!   Entrance   candidate  at   the?'103?  W15JL*3  announced last week."  All the berrypickers who have been  employed at Wynndel 'since the early  part of July are home agaita. The  iaspberry crop there has been lighter  than firat expected.  Bev. and Mrs. Stanley Annis and  children were motor visite-rs here one  day last week with the former's uncle;  H. Young. Mr. Annis has been on  mission work an central China for tbe  past eleven years, and whs ~ on his  way to visit with" friends in Alberta.  There will be double   chairch service  hare on   SunJay afefinoon.   Rev. J.  Herdman at B for the ITnited Chrirch,  .and Rev. S. Newby at 8 30 with Ang  lican worship.  tf   |������djg������  Lumberton Won  Sunday Baseball  Hch;e and.fanally, and   SAtb.   McLaren  and children   are" there/and   Mrs. R.-  Walters of Oreston has taken the Tearoom Ion, which   she   will have for a  mffs&ga&ss&s-  *������R*-*ra)r-h *****������-���������������������  Mass Ruby Lister of fche nursing  staff of St. En-gene Hospital, Cranbrook, as spending her two weeks*  vacation at her. home here.  Mrs. Fred Powersand son, Manning,  got back, on Saturday; -from a two  weeks holiday visit at Victoria.-  Herb Sparrow of Klockmann arrived hereon Friday and is "spending a  few days on his ranch in the Cannady  Additioso'  Lister Trading & Supply "(36., Ltd.,  ase this week: warehousing a carload  of the well known Ogilvie feeds and  Royal Household flour. This is the  second car lot tak������n this year.  Wal ter Edwards left on Wednesday  for Elocknian, where he is expecting  to. remain for sonae time.  The first building permit for August has .been taken but by Alf. Well-  spring, who is enlarging his barn and  putting quite a large addition to his  hay shed.  Mans Annie Yerbury left at the first  of the wee!* for S.s*unbe'rleyQ where she  has secured a position and will be  : remaining for tbe next few months.  Miss Doris Yerbury is away on aa visit  with friends at Nelson.  Lumberton bad ������>be best of Sunday's  base ball fixture but they were forced  tr carry the game.into an exra innings  before emerging on. the long end of a  15 to IU score. AV the outset, things  surely looked rosy for Creston who  piled tap a score o*f nine runs at the  close of the this^u anniEigs hut from  that point on Mitchell was master.of  the situation and, with the exception  of the "eighth when another counter  was annexed the locals.drew six.scoreless innings.  The contest was pretty much a  pitchers* fait/tie ,wifch both heavers  getting Iodise support in; one f frame  wnich accounts for the top heavy  score. In addition. Watson found ten  rounds abput three too V.many, as it  was in niaith the tying run was pushed ovea* and in the tenth the visitors  hsld no trouble vrhatever in finding  him, and be was" watharawn in favor  of Fred Boffey who got the last two  batters for but one tally which was en  the way wheanhe went in.  On the defense- there was little to  choose between the teams, but it was  in the hitting that Lumberton showed  class, centrefielder Lewas and catcher  Pascuzzo being particularly effective,  along with Robertson, the boy shortstop, who hud a triple, double and  single to his credit, white Mason, at  third, as credited with five safeties on six trips to the' nan.  For Creston ol actum c.-aught the  popular fancy with his hatting and  fielding, although his drop of a long  fly in the fatal' fifth helped.pave tbe  way for the hig   score of  Mr. and Mrs. Walthers, Mr. and Mr?,  LiOHsby, Mrs. Noa*th anckJMrs. Brawn:  were naotor callers at  Creston during  the week. ?_���������  Mrs= Mobondron of Portlands who  has been here on a visit with her  sistea*. Mis. Rtt>y Proctoi, spent the.  weekend with her sister, Mrs. Frank  Bamfotd. at Nelson.  The telephone gang stringing the  copper wire from Tadanac ������to Kimberley was located here for a few days  last week, jrnoyirsg on to Crestssr* on  Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. G. Cam got back from  Nelson on Sunday where they.had  spent tt: few days.  Mrs. Whiteside was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week.s.        -   -  Rev. S. Newby was down frona Creston for Church of England set. vice on  Monday night.  After a month's vacation on atriip  .to Alaska, Supt. Flett made Sardar an  official visit at the end of   the week.  ~ Mr. and Mrs. Harry MeCabe of Col  fax," Wash., arrive*! by naotor on Stan-  day on-a visit with  Mi*, and   Mrs. Sid  MeCabe.  rJ&@ - &������@S9SBi  .- * ��������� ���������  Mrs." Leslie McMurtrie and yo.ung  son of Winnipeg* Man., arrived on  Thursday last on a visit with Mr. and  Mrs.; W. A. McMurtrie.  Mrs; Geltettz of Grassy' Lake,  Alberta, is a visitor here at present  with herv mother. Mrs. Stace Smith. '���������-  .There is still quite au outgo of a asp-  berries at tbe Smith Crossing depot,  but we are into tbe tail end of the  season now.  Everard Constable arrived home  from Victoria at. the end of the  month, where he has been a visitor far  several weeks past.  Jack Brubiacker, who. hats been  working at Kitchener, arrived at the  end of the week to take a job with  Putnam, Palmer & Staples, Limited,  whose mill, east of Creston, conanaenc-  ed work on Monday.  Mra. Martin announces that tbe  community Sunday school will resume  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, AUG.  JACKHOlTin  Zane Grey's  Tom Yerbm*y and Mr. and Mrs. Pat  Holland aisived -on ��������� Tuesday from  Kimberley, and will be remaining: for  the balance of the week on a visit with  his mother here.  A. R. F. Berroard has given, up possession of his first location and is now  occupying i?������e former Jock fileSay  placi along tbe Canyon-Porthill road,  for which he arranged an ; exchange  earlier in the year.  It is reported here that Miss Hazel  Hobden, i& charge of the Huscroft  school for the past two years, has  resigned, aiad will become principal of  Kitchener school at the  school next month.  The   trustees  decide on a teacher  ii  mfl������*4*fc'& t*% y* ** mm *+*.  mifsiuiiuui)  This mysterious masked  X<o-  ��������� thario   with   flowing  scarf  "'iind 'sercatning steed, riding  through the stilly stretches  I of the  night���������where  does  he   go���������whence    does    he  HooffS    folJow���������  nearer ]   What has  he done t  come?  nearer-  have been "unable to  for Lister school.  However, there is no scarcity* of instructors. Over 200 have already  applied for tbe position.  Word has just reached Lister of  the marriage on July 5tfcw at Spokane  of Mist* Flossie Evans, a formerly of  Liisttfa "and now. of Standpoint, who  was joined in holy wedlock with  Thomas Walls of Spokane. We  understand the bride wall complete  her course in nursing ait the Sandpoint  hospital before taking ,np houtiekeep-  ing.  Huscroft district has lost, a good  citizen in tbe departure of T, A. iianks  on a viHtt at pruirie points, and thence  CK ts StagltiEau, from where . it is un-  likely he will return. He has been  chairman of the school board there, ua  well as prominent in ��������� all community  activities and his place will be hard to  fill.  With 104 oait of 130 ������������������ murks John  Bird bonds the list of all the Grade 6  pupils in tho East Kootenay inspectorate who qualified for bronze medala  In the history competition at the mid-  summer examinations. The win" Is all  tho mare creditable in "that he is tho  only pupil from a rural school to get  into the medal class.  lngfcj. McKelvey-8 play at fiarst could heim.  .*h**3?d5y?- be* - sT^na^tvsjjd on. J3e ca&jtgbt;  everything witbtR-reach and handled  all' the rollers into that ten itory without a miss, and on two of these not  only made the out at the initial sack  but also prevented runners scoring  from third. Wateon patched effectively and getjs-credit, for one of*the four  two ply swats credited to the locals.  In addition to catching, a great game  Telford is a great asset-to the team as  he has the knack of steadying things  down in tight places.  In naa effort -to. .sav^   the   day Jim  Dodds   batted     for   Botterill   in   the  opening of \ eighth, and in the   ninth  Jack Dodds  subflUtuted .at  the   bat   for   Boffey,  getting a two bag?gerty affesr two wero  Charles Richards received injuries  to his collarbone while oiling belts at  the Winlaw mill oaa Friday last.  Miss Severn of Procter was a weekend visitor at .Wynndel,  and  on   her  thajuinn-1 return was accompanied, by E. Ring  out, but Ben Crnwfosd5 flnoatlier pinch  hitter, who followed struck out. The  official score:  CRESTON  AB. Ii.    H. P.O. E.  Lewis, ss 6. 3       2 2 3  Telford, c . 6 0       18 0  Mittun. cf..  6 12 6 1  McKelvey, lb 6 0       2. 12 0  Downey, 2b 5 1        1 0 2  Roumno, 3b_���������.��������� 5; 1    ,1 ..1;, 2  Watson, p  6 * 1.1 0 2  Boffey P,rf  6 2       2 1 2  Botterill F, If .... 5' 1       0 0 0  89     10     12     io     12  PllBCUZZO, C��������� O"  MeRtae, 2h - fl  Mitchell, p 0  Masora. 3b . 6  Slean, lb.......  6  Low is, cf. -'. 6  Hunter, if ......��������� 6  Wooduell, rf  5  fi3  HEGUI.AK PRICES'  Stocfcmen* Attention!  No" cut tlu will be allowed on the  Creston flats unlit' after August 8th,  1027. All cattle and horses nattut  have either a fr������������e or paid gracing permit. <iEO. NICKEL, Societalry. Ores-  ton Viilley Stoekbreedera''Aanoclatlon.  l^OB Sawc���������At Creston,  six-roomed  a J *j ^ ������  y   |,ltMvU   pn** m *+i < i m    -������Wti    mm   *m*\*\J   *,������.,*��������������� *.p   % m %*��������� ������U  youaiiK treoH���������apples, peaitt, cherrloa,  j Vegetables t-o last' family u year,  j Apply A. E. Davirw, Creaatora  y.-.Tbe^-idr#������������������ "Wither.;;.that at, present  prevaife-i������s ?;har4^: on.'"the:VpOSiato'yatid  other vegetable^ crops. ? ?ty  Mr. and Mrs. Packman and family  of Calgary, Alberta, are' here on fa,  visit with Mr,  and  Mrs,. H. F. Pack-  man. __.  Steve Bendette, who bas been working in the Lardeau, r turned home  last week.  N. Winlaw spent a few days in  Spokane on a business visit last week.  Mr. and Mrs, Marsden of Kimkecley  were Wynndel visitors last we. week  when they were guests of Mrs. Slings-.  bv=  LUMBER! ON  AB.    11.   H.  Robertson, ea  0  3  2  0  1  5  2  1  1  0  3  2  I  2  G  1  2  2  2  PO.  2  0  1  0  1  2  2  0  E.  1  0  1  1  2  2  0  0  0  15     20     30  Oreabon  210000010 0���������10  Lumberton  110150011 5���������15  Rny Criwler culled tbe bull a nnd  Qtrlkefl, and a Lumberton fan.utnplred  tho bases, to the gencrtal satlsfakction  of quite it large turnout of spectators  who (contributed freely in the freewill  offering that was taken.  This Sunday, 7th, Moyie will play at  Ore&ton. with the game scheduled to  eomriifipriefl ������t 4>p.m. prompt.  August Benedette wats a "between  trains caller at Wynndel on Sunday.  Oscar Of ter and Art Piggott, who  have been at Trail a couple of weeks,  have returned home/  . Fi*. Cnllinan of Cranbrook was calling on some . of his parishioners at  Wynndel last week.  T. Slingsby and eon, Howard, were  naotor visitors to Lumberton and  Kimberley last week. They made the  trip by raaotor.  I The former K. Dewar ranch, of  Wynndel has just been purchased by  Pat Downey of Creston. Another  property change is that of the Davis  ranch whsob haa b������������m brought by Mr.  Uumsey, it O.P.R- brakeman of Cranbrook. V  A quiet wedding was solemnized on  Thursday evening last when . Ivy  Gellette and Geo Cam were united in  marratgo at the bride's home, Rev. J,  Herdman officiating. For the present  they are residing at Sirdar,  Clara Wittman wus the victim of  quite a Dca-Ioaata accident on Friday  morning. While reaching for her  coat she oi er balanced, fulling on the  vacuum washer and uustnined internal  injuries. Afpa'esent her condition is  very satisfactory.  Jack Oilles of Tocbty spent the  weekend with. Kitchener friends.  Misses Laura Ancieen and Esiher  Nelson got back or Saturday after a  few days* visit with Cranbrook  friends." ,  R. S. Brcwn of Seattle is a vis1-tor  with Mr. and Mrs.. B. Johnson, arriving on Tuesday.  Allan and Fred Cameroni of K^yie  have returned to their home altera  week's holiday visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Z. Geroux.  E. L. Senft of the Page & Hill Pole  Go*ss'r-'<m,T Sr*okaTi������ arrived Sainda*"'  to check the poles which are siow  going out to differpnt points.  As tbe Sash. & i>oor Company saw-  naill is closed down now there is considerable unemployment at Kitchener  at present. ,' . '  3i C fiScCura of Cr-aubroisk was a  business visitor on Tuesday. -A. Mc- -  In tosh of Win nipe-g, ��������� Man., was another business caller tbe same day. C.  Lynch and J. Mc Oready of Calgary,  Alberta, were two ntners doing husi  ness here on Tuesday.        -^ ���������  M. V. Allan of the forestry office  stuff. Nelson, was a motor caller on  Tuesday. ' >  Capt Oatts and Mr. and Mrs. T. O.  Clark of Nelson, were here on Tuesday. Mr. Clark iis tbe -patrol overseer for the provincial forestry department and on official visit.? V;  1. Q. Hoefer of Lethbridge, Aiberta������  A. Corrie of Fernie, and J. E. Webster of Cranbrook . were calling on  business firms at Kitchener on Wednesday.  Kitchener was favored ywitb a call  ���������-fawi������ytw-o?ffpTOnMnea^  dents on Thursdoy.    The victors were  George Huscroft and Paul Ofner. V  J. Enthtwist, M. Young and W. W/  Perry     of   Vancouver     were   motor  callers on>Thursday.    C. H, StacSaad  W. C. Kettlewell of Nelson were other  business caller the same day.  Kitchener had a call from a quartette of Creston Valley's foremost  business men on Friday, Those who  were passing out the glad hand were  Frank Staples and Fi-unk Putnam of  Erickson, and H. 8. Bevaa* and J. D.  Spiers of Creston*  Jock McRobb, Creston's temporary  provincial police officer made an  official call on Saturday W. G. Littlejohn of Bricknon was also an Saturday  visitor with Kitchener friends, and  was accompanied by Col. Fired Lister,  M.P.P.     ...... ^  Sirdar  Mab. &"������} McCuba and children, who  havd he������*n holtctaying at Pentlcton tov  ������ cotapli? of weeks, returned home on  Wednesdav ia������t.  iSow the moNquitoeu are prel-ty weii  nt an end Kunkanook la aattracting  pcrttaaanrnt   cuennacr   -residenti-,    Mtu.  At Pontiotota tbe Juno eatimate  I of tlio lUZi apple orop bay now  I'beejj reduoodl about 15 per oont*  -^2.75 por trip in paid fbr the  transportation of children by vatie  from flouth   Grand   Forks   to the  pub]Eo school tn that town,  Certificate ol incorporation   haa  ���������!y������3*t b"l>!,,!T!,. i,l>0t������.*,"l ri,.������?*>f������������,n*������y to ������**>������ot  a $10,00(i ohocae faotoiy. &t Edgo-  wood, on tho Arrow Lakes,  Hot Weather  DRINKS  Montserrat Lime Juice  Pint bottles, 55o.  Drewry's Dry G3 tiger'Ale-  Pint bottle, 25o.  Drewry's Dry Gtn&er Ale Splits  16 cents.  Hire's HouiseHbld Extract  for Root Beer  30a bottle  Orange Crash, Lemon Crush  Whistle, Etc.  10 cents  For your Korne Brew  Budweiser Malt Extract  ���������':'���������������������������"ThiB i������ tho. flnoat Eactraot  y .,���������������������������. proonrablo.  Plat up .in 3-lb. tins;   Per tin? 70c  HOPS���������35c, lb. JEEPL Barrage? tM^ONM b. q.  ���������t������  >t>  ���������fl^MgJIiwt "a HP.i mm 11        Grown  in  the  best gardens in  the Orient*  Blended fey men trained in the  world's greatest t#a market  ooa x&sl  ato-a  Packed in the  best  packet yet  for  n!!V'/''i  land   Is  Founding  New Naval Misseun  lhe High CJost of Weeds  Actual evidence, of the loss In value of weed-infested farm land is  Shown' ia an extract, from the report of au iaispeclor valuing a ceirt.aa.lia farm  for loaning purposes. In his report, this Inspector says: "It Is badly infested  with sow thistle���������-as are all the farms in the neighborhood. I havo valued  51,000 less than 1 would If clean of thia weed."  This St.OOO represented 12 per cent, or Lhe value ot" tho farm. JXtaj-ay  Inspectors would hare discounted the value to an even greater extent.  The question naturally suggests Itself: What, Ma*. Farmer, Is your weed  crop1 costing you?  You may rtot be contemplating; a sale of the land, nor considering the  placing of a. loan oai it. For a he. time being the actual --value of tha land may  foe of no particular interest ao you, except i'a-om a taxation Bfa.ni'.>:>im.  Nevertheless, the question, is none the less pertinent: What is your weed  cro y cost i n g y ou ?  If" you are usiog dirty seed. 1t is cost hag yoa: something fox-' seeding St.  Let it be assume*! that the weeds are already there and seed themselves and"*  that the cost of seeding can be eliminated. Bait you have to cut the weeds  along with tne_grain; that costs something. You have to thresh the weed  seeds,.along with the grain; that costs something nioi-6. You haul axaatiy  poaamls o!" need seed* along with the grain to the elevator; more coat. You  pay elevator charges on the total weight; another cost. You pay freight orj  the weed seeds as well as on the ga-alu; extra cost. Finally, you pay to have  the weed seeds cleaned from the grain; oadded cost. These are dfi-ect outlays- Have you ever taken, time ta figure up these costs?- Their total would  surprise you. Aaad. bv the way. having borne all these coats, what sum of  money did you realise for the weeds, thus raised aaad marketed by you?  i3u*:, apart fronts these direct costs, what waa the total ot the iiadirect cost  of your annual weed ci*op? How much life and nutriment did these weeeV,  extract from your land? How much moist a ire did they consume which  would have given additional sta-ength. to your ga*aln? Mow many extra bushels  ot wheat or oat3 or other grain per acre would you have realized from your  land it" it had, been clean ot" weeds, and you had been producing grain only,  inslemi of an unuaarketvrble  mixture of grain and weed  seeds?  But, you argue, there is another side to the weed account in yoatr faran  ledger. - It costs something to get rid of weeds and to keep land free of them.  Perfectly true. And it you have permitted your land to . become badiy  inl'osted, ahe initial cost, of weed eradicatioaa wall be heavy, lit fact, you may  havfe hastily concluded "a hat it is cheaper to go on jalsing. weeds and giXiiu  togetIu*n- ihan to make a fight against the weod3._ 11 is well to .remember,  hoAvevor, that year by year the weeds will become moa-e numeroaaa and 1 he  grain ana alter and smaller.  Then, too, the day may come when you will want to aell the farm, and  yoaa will discover that a weed-Infested farm invites few* buyers aasd a lo-w  price. Furthermore, it is safe to predict, 1h'at if you continue to grow weeds,  and thereby automatically aediace your grain yield, the lime is coming when  you will be forced io apply 1o a Coanpany for a loan. Then Mr. Inspector  will report that, he values your land ai. from 3 0 to 20 per ceaat. less thaaa he  otherwise  would   if  it   ha-.',  beeaa   free  of  weeds.  The anost expensive and ihe least a omimeratlve crop any fairaaaoa* caaa  raise Is a cro-p o'f wwils, yet thousands of Western farmers are engaged ;n  this losing business. "Why? IJocause thoy have never taken the time to  reckon tup the cost, or becwune of shlftlessness, or dowaariglit laalaaess.  Possibly ignorance is the cause, the farasaer fall-lug lo realize that allowing  WRerta to grow and flourish on his land means .iaast as .much work for hianseU  hi the loni; nan as is Involved in fighting thean, while the cost, of ,���������;rowing  weeds is many times greater ihan ahe epst   of eradicailng i'nem.  And it the coat and. loss to ihe individual farmer is so great, it Is, iai 1h������  aggregate, to thta municipality, the. province, and thn Dominion so enormous  aa to stagger the Imagination.  Fight weeds an you would fight, fire, right even harder, because you  cau Insure property against ftao. but not against, woods. The only insurance  against weeds must be provided by your owaa labor. It will prove orao of iho  boas' paying- oC all your farm efforts,  Valuable Exhibits Have Been Handed  0.u*> 5*-'' Admlrs!*^ ���������  A NatjouulyVNaval and Nautical  ���������MusciU^iaVthe"frfst of its kind In Ting-  land, is to bo founiijd at Qaaeeta's  House, Greenwich.... "*��������� ...  A aauaghiftcent start has been given  to Lie neW-yericUi'e' by tiae Lords -Commissioners of .the Admtralty, who  will hand oveiythe entire contents of  tho  Uoyal. Naval yMusoaam, -Including.:..  'J'ho Chatham cheat, dating back to  the  Armada.  !*������! lvke's ������si rolabe.  Cecal pass and 'dipping aioedlo of  Captain   Cook.  The   Franklin  rel'lcs.  Model of the flattie of Trafalgar.  I.'nll'virm   oi  Sir   Ohaa*ies  Napier.  "West   collection   of  Nelson   a-elics.  Admiralty scalo models of -liritlsh  battleshtp.i  from   .1670   to   1370.  Nolson rwlics nndi oilier treasures  now  In   tho  I*aIaUed   Hall.  There will also he a collection of  plans of ships baillt for the navy I'ro.c.i  tho nilddle of "tho XVII centui-y, a  series unequalled in any other country, and models will illustrate the  progress of naval c;>nstrueUtiii fa*om  the Dcvastatloax to the  Dreadnought.  THE NURSING MOTHER  Often  Finds  HerselE  Weak  and  Feeling Worn-Out  The nursing mother .more than any  other  -woman needs  a ich    blood,    and  plenty  of It.    The demands upon her  health  are many and severe.     Household dtaties and the care of her children- exact   heavy   toll,   while   hurried  meals .broken rest aaid  Indoor  living  tend  to weakeai  her.   No  wonder  she  | is often indisposed-Jhaoaagh weakness,  headaches,    backaches   and    nervousness. In this condition the blood   will  always be found    weak    and    watery!  aaad relief will come only through enriching  the   blood.    "For this   purpose  Dr.  >yi!liams'   Pink   Pills   is   the  best  blood-aasaking  tonic   kr.own.     Through  iheir  use many weak,    ailing     wives  and .mothers  have  foaind. new health  and  strength.    As an example of this  Mrs.   Sarah   Cortoz.  Ellehstown,  N.B.,  says:-���������"Whale nursing my baby I became run-down, very, weak and.-nervous. * My he-ad ached all the tiriie and  1   was not able to do my.'woTk. I had  often- read or Dr. "SVirtfems* Pink Pills  and   began   tasing  thean.   aiad   what  a  blessing   they  proved.     Before   I   had  used  a  hair dozen  boxes I felt   like a  new   person,   and   by   their   coaattntaed  use  for a whale  1  was entirely restor-  ed to.'my former health and strength,  take pleasure  in  recommending  Da*.  i  1  B  ���������  a**&*?*ij^  ^-Just tutting**  ^������jnr~\  ^Ljsm  Pa Biixx will get soinething soon  FLIT spray clears your home of mosquitoes  and flies. It also kills bed bugs, roaches, ants,  and their eggs. Fatal to insects but harmless to  -mankind.   Will not stain.   Get Flit today.  Distributed ra Canatfy by Fred J. Whitlow 0? Co., Limited, Toronto  DESTROYS  Flies Mosquitoes Moths  Ants Bed Bugs Roaches  "Tint yellowemu  ���������with tbe black band"  Imfnigrarets Pouring In  Population Being Increased at Rate  of One Thousand  a  Day  Imnxlgratio'n to Canada ta the month  of May this year totaDed 23.941, according to#a statement Issued by the  department of Immigration and colonization. This Is an increase of 29  per cent, over May, 3 926, when the  iotal immigration to Canada was 18,-  620; and 79 per cent, over May, 1925,  when the total imigration to Canada  for  that monh was  13.3SS.  3_ast May there were 8,408 British  ca.me to Canada; 2,503 from the United States and 13.030 from other coun-  tries, as compared with 7,986 British;  2,003 from the United States and S51  from other  countries in May, 1926.    .  Immigration for April and May of  this year totalled 59,382 or almost  1.000 persona per day for the two  aiaonths  Testing Ability  To  Go   Without  Sleeping  Aviators at Ca.mp Borden Better  Record of Lindbergh  Canadian Air Force aviators at  Camp 'Borden have been,undergoing  tests to determine their ability to go  j without sleep. It is undea-stood that  sevea-al 'bettered, the record of Colonel Charles A'.-'Lindbergh, when he  remained awakre on his trans-atlantic  flight, and one fliea*. . U'eiat. fbavo  Harding, former Queen's and Camp  Borden riagby player, i*e<malned  awake aaad aetively on duty for morn  than 52 hours. Then, it is said, he  sat down to read a magazine and.  forgetting the coaitest, dozed off in  mid-afternoon.  I,  to  everyone  s*u f-  Witlianas' Pink   Pills  Teriiag as 1 did.".  Yo'ia- can get these pills ^.ha*ough any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  ���������a. box frona The Dr. "Williams' Medicine' Co.,- Broclcville,   Ont.  Fresh     Supplies     in     Demand.     ���������  Wherever  Dr.   Thomas'  Kclectric   Oil  I has-been Introduced    increased    sup-  been     ordered,     showing           .._ .   er   it  goes   this   excellent  who   had gone  to   tha   United   States j oil  Impresses  its power on  the peo-  intendlng to remain there permanent-| pie.   No "matter   in   what   latitude   it  -m_  ible  shape   In   bottles   and   can  be   caraded  In May of this year 5,561 Canadians j [Jat* vlherevc  w.i._   ^--8       --   *h?   united   States | oil  Irapresse  there peiimanent-j pie.   No'rnat ....   ...       ly returned to Canada declaring their I may be found Its potency is never ii  intention of staying in theyDomifiion. \V^^-    It is "PUt Up in most portal  These are  not  included. In he  Immi-  ga-atloai figua-es.  Want  Canadian  Birds  For  Field  Museum  Expedition From Chicago Seeks Ex  ten������lv0 Exhibit In B.C.  ItrJtUh Columbia will probably  have tan ox tonal ve oxhlbl* of her  norilinrn bird life In the Field Museum In ClalcnRo ������s the result of the  work of John llorden Field Museum  Alaiskn Arctic expedition which 1������  w<3rkli)g in nortbea-n waters thia  huiiiiiuh. Adhiwy lilne, a ('aiiKiiian, I*  one or aim ornithologists with tho  porty.    The work Is being carried out.  Blisters.  f*rnvpnt   any  chance    of  Hon   hy   fusing   Mlr>ard'������,  ww������������������.������������������oifi- mimi ���������.;,,.������������������������������  In Cecil en I a  aandea* the direction of Ma*. Borden in  n.��������� prlvtate yacht built esp������cial''y for  the piarpoHo.  "We intend to sp������rid some tiane iia  north err) Bait lata Columbia waters,  thence along tlae coast to.Alaska and  aro nai'tlcialnaly IraLcirented, Iaa obtaining specimens of Caauidlun birds  aaul aaajnials 1c*, conaplcto oiar North  Anacrir'im colled Ions."  Italian Filer R������m������mb������rod  A aaaoaaaamenf to the fame of Francisco de Plnedo, Italian foaai- eontlnojit  flyer, 1ms boon rained by aea-oulano  pilots nt. Miller Flying Field, Suiton  Island, In the form of the "Hotel de  Plnedo," built from the packing oatso  In which the Santa Maria II'. wan  shipped to the Unit-ad States. Tho  "hotel*" Ih 10 teet by 20 faot, Is covered wilh the tar paper that  on Its ocean voyngo, nnd Is llrUtul  with beds for 10 pilots.  10 pliola..  New Regulation Passed  Grain   Owners   May   Now   Appe-al   on  Condition and Grade  A new a-egiaiatloaa has been passect  hyithe Board of (4raln Comniassionea*s  giving the owners of grain the right  lo appeal on <iuo.slloaas of condition  as well as to grade of their grain.  .'J'he regulation caanes Into* effect, oaa  on August 1 find Is being put into  force experimentally 1o demonstrate  -whether It is beneneinl or otherwise  lo 1lae grower of grain. The regulation applies to F������irt "Will I am, Port  Artlaair, "Winnipeg.;' Edmontoaa aaad  Vanc<>uver aa.d does not goveraa cargo shipments.  flllthnrto   the   only   appeal'   posBihle  v/aa against  the grade given.  Miller's Worm Powdea*s seldcrtn fall.  They Immediately attack the woa*ms  and expel ahem -fj-om. the system.  Tliey aa*e complete In themselves iiot  only as a worm destroyer, but as a  highly beneficial medicine for children, cori-ecting weak, digestion .and  restoring the debilitated system to  healthfiainess. without which the  gro'wth. of the child will be a*etarded  and its constiiaation weakened.  without fear of breakage.  Upset Long Tradition  A depart tare from the long tradition  of serving fine -wines at ttulldhall  banquets and receptions to Great  Britain's guests occurred at the  luncheon to King Fuad. The Egyptian monarch expressed a wish to be  served no alcoholic drink, since thlai  was contrary to tlae ordinance of  Mohantmed.  vat  w,   :m,   u.    i of* r  lined U]    >rt-6dy>  ttftCl  up  Increases   Elevator   Capaolty  if construction of the new Alberta  Wheat  Pool elevator is. started   witla  Iaa n laaonth or so, as expected, it will  be   reivd.y   to boglaa  opeiratloaas   Iaa  De-  conaber.      It will    a*al������o    Vaaicouver's  el������������vnlor   csapncliy   in    tl),'.?00,000   hush  o'.ta.     Six   yearn  tnco   there ��������� was   only  one  elevator  at   tlae  port with   1,250,-  000 baaahel capacity.  The Positive One���������-"My friend  thoru, la aio h\v*\\ thing as a usoloai:*  iaatlcle, and I ehalleugo you 1o give  hie nn iustance,"  Tlio Kipaally 1'osU.lvo One.^ "Well  what about a glasa eyo at u keyholeV"  Coma  cause   much    suffering,    but  2'olloway'u   Corn   Vnsmov&v     offua-H     a  sure,   aiad   BtUlnfacto'ry  relief.  Merger of Shingle Makers  Amalgamation  of lihe  Shrngle   Makers  of British Columbia * j  One of the largest business mergers that has talien place in British  Columbia in recent years is that of  tlie amalgamation of the shingle maai-  ufa-.���������*Jurors of tlae province. At least  95 per cent, of the shingle manufac-  iui-ei-ti of British Columbia are now  included in the receaitly foraaaed oa*  ganlzatloaa. knowu as the Consolidated Shingle Mills of British Columbia,  Limited.  Kach shingle compaaiy is Interested  to Ihe extent of 1he vahto of its  plant.    .  The new organization will have  saapcrvlsion over laiaaauracturiug aud  selling,  The amalgamation is along the Hues  of similar movements In tlio lumber  trade In the United Stales, the aim of  which is to/stabUixo trade coaadltioaaa.  Accorded Full Military Honors  A fun era V with ftall aaaUltaay honors  was accorded to J. T. Kardley of Lo-  ere. Man., one of tho three victims  of tho nlrplant> disaster aacnr lllllbro,  Manitoba. The bodies of F. ,T. Wrong  and Win. C. Weaver were forwarded  a-ospecllvoly "to Ottawa aaid Melfoaf,  SaaU,., for burial.  The Friend of All Sufferers. ������������������  Dr. Thomas' Kcleetrle Oil .as a valuable remedy to all those who suffer  paiaa. It holds oaat: bope to eyeryonu  aaad realizes it by stilling suffea-iaiff  everywhere. It is a Huitnent that has  tlae blessing of half a continent. It. is  on sale evea*ywhea*e and eaai be fouaiw  wherever eaaqulred t'of.  Tobacco  Growing   In  B.C.  If. is l-eported from   Victoria that a  company   is   being   formed   in   British  Columbia   to   engage   extensively   in  tobacco growing and manufacture.  Keep Minard's Liniment near^at hand.  A few years froaaa jaow' wo shall pro-  farobably see aaaeaanalda silt.inR by tne  side of the traiis-Atlavaltlc air highway, snlling hot dogs aaad tleen sea  sotavo nirs.    -~''  ,j___ ...���������".���������ij ' '.���������.��������� .    ,:.'.��������� :s;^l-J!_"jl i.i^L^ssit  Mothers Should Use  -prFOWtEf,-,  y-,E.XT-OF V  Cnnmlra nfaiul,i second In tlie luuri'  b������r i>t tolopliones In ai������������ fltadi in th*  production   of   automobiles   nnd   lum-  .If... ,     4 j| 1 I .i     tt*     g.i^iH     tt-ttt.     M,.������hiii      ^,ifi4tlt.  lion,  sffventh In  sl^nl  production, and  * tooth  In that of emit  Maaay a man la lcept busy loday  trying to undo tho things that ho did  yesterday.  AH you havo to/ do to ntlr aao trouble Is tell tho I ruth on all occasion*.  <*,  Cunadsat Ft eg a I rat Cup  Canada won the Macklnnon challenge cup by ailnelewn points frona  teams represent jpg Kng'/aand, Scot-  Jftud, Irnltttad. Wales nnd other parts  of (ho Kmplre. Canada thus aegalaa-  tho trophy wlaK-h she losil. to Scotland  last year by 14 points.    .,  Miivard'a Llnlrn������������t for w*rt������ a������ud l������|m-  fllll**!.  ('onenally aapealclnu a pout In a  he   Is,  Uitli   WllO, - Ti'.. t. <���������   yuai   j  ,111 ���������v,.  In/eifHtedly auk  hlna  how  eeoidn to tell yoa������.  par  <3lB  pre-  Are Cutting Teeth  Purine; tho baby's teeth ilia,% ta'me, iu l.he  Slot? summer months, tlae ViotviMn bonoj-no  loone and diarTho^a, <Iy������������ntery, colic,  craanps and other bowol compltaintr*  inanifnst/ themaelvofi; the kuiui-i becomn  fiwnllmi, can leers fonn in ihe anouth, and  iu many ciinch the tiliild wnnl.es 1o a  nhuiiow, and very ofteia tho termination  ia fatal.  This in the time when the ninthiir  should use " I>r, Fowler'a," aiul, p������������r������  liitpn, auve th������ baby's life.  It haa been on the murker, for thn  post 80 y������a.ra; put, up only by Th������������ T  Milburu Co.,, Limited* Toronto, Ont.. THE    kEVIEW,    CTJESTON,    B.    C.  ft  (������>  FHIAi^llllliML  AS���������ENDSTHRON  ffV.asa   a   a������������   a  1 I lift A M ������  r auifiHiii  Bu,ehaa*esf.���������-One   hundred    and  jjuns   boomed   a   saluu-   lo  King  ciiaea   i.   ot, Itaanaanaa  oaie  Mi-  10  unuouaieaiag  the asH^mbfedJ-ynuEtitiid������s    that' **ihe  six-yea r-oid   monarch     lias     ascended  the tha-one, saieeeediaag -his gi-andfafh-  ea*. King FeiHlinaml.  Prince Michael, ^ hose mother it'  Princess fleleai of Greece, was born  October 25, 1921, and created heir ap-  pai*ent on Dee. 31, 192n, on iiis father,  Prince Carol, renouncing his rights  to the siaecessioai.  \ iiai<ef' ago "iC. r ei*eaacy coianc 11  fl?i-irac6 Michael.  the aeirenoy consisting of Prince  Nicholas, 2i{ f year ^ old span ....'oi King  Fea-dinaiid,^ ihe ���������patriarch of Itumania  and tiae Chief Just ice of the supreme  court. . .  -   A  cortege composed  of    the    royal  a������t������ll Q������l%/->a jl       rMivnli'tr' i^\A  "'      '.*.**iF.i.f* + ������-. f  ��������� ���������������������..���������>- .���������������....��������� ...        *������.w >  ***������������������   J. 9 ��������� i..'^. ���������   J/". V. ��������� *-..��������� o.    ���������- .-, .  police and the marshal of the royal  eoiart, preceding a - i*oyal ebbveynnee  beaa-ing Prince .Nicholas, tlae Princess   Mother   Helen    Princess   Ileana   at different points on the lane.  Soasie.  was? sippoiuted  for  Work Proceeding Fast  1,430" Men   Now   Working   On   H.B.R.  'Construction  Saskatoon.���������Woak on  the Hudson's  Bay Ilailway is proceeding hast, 1,430  men now being emplojfd on the job.  ^J"l1nl������i|'i-������lf������     ������ol%n-o     .......      .   ... ...^ ... .1      ..11      ���������1^_..���������  _     ._l_I.���������. ^...k,    ^.mf,,-,     a..v     h Ifl V^tMjL    nil     IllUMA  the lane froan Mile SO to Mile 329 and  the work being done coai&isls of ail-  ling, levelling, re-tieing and ballasting. Steam sho. els are at woak at  The Pas and Mile" 339. Another has  arrived and is proceeding aiorth. It  will be located ut the pit at Mile 127.  At The Pas, filling in of nestle approaches (o the big bridge o\pi* the  Saskatchewan river is about completed. Iai tho yards Keven aniles of  trackage has been laid, and filling in  and ballasting is under way. The  new concrete roundhouse and shops  aire ^ neatying* completioaa. Men are  now '.working on the ���������ihterioa*." When  King* Ferdinand j  .'finished :'-t.his   will  ho   one  aaid the little king-''himself; passed  through the ������������������"streets froan Cot roceni  Psilace  to   the House  of Parliament.  Wiihiai the building were ���������.-.-���������.-..the  members, of -both Ileuses  military and. civil dignitaries and  the members of the diplomatic corps.,  Ilae regentsV Prince Nicholas. Patriarch Mia*on Ca-isteaV and Justice  Buzdugan entered. Tliey were* followed by Princess Helen?"-who led  Ills *Majesty Michael 1. by' the. hand  into'"the! chamber of deputies.  Tlae   little;    child     hesitated,     then  halted as if on lhe verge of tears.  ^'���������Re.memberyyou are a king and  the son of-icings," his mother told  him.   ' "���������  Sli-aightening oaat his puny slaoaal-  tiers (he little chap ascended the ;li>  steps to (life royal tribunal and gazed -'.���������upon -1 he assembleddeputies and  senators/- i>rofessoa*s aaid learned  men with the ga*eatost aaaaconcern,  never ..smiling.. Then came; ahe  cheers.:        ".'.f'Vf'V ?  ���������;?. 'The.f--../'*PriricesS;.f?-;?'-.'IklQther Helen,  dressed in d.eep inourning and "wearing a liearvy?crepe veil;' stood behind  hea* child-king. She was pale and  evidently laboring.?under great? emo-  tioaa, but erect and queenly. Pi*ince  Nicholas was the lirst ao take the  oath, and swearing -to aaphold (lie  const itution. the rights of the Rumanian people and allegiance to King  Michael. y Meanwhile tlie little king  wiis glancing about as if in fear.  Then as the Patriarch followed  with a similar oalli, Utile Miclaael  saariled.. The Patriarch seemed like  si figure which had suddenly emerged  from tin*; llible���������:k>ng board and stern  features.- lie -spoke in aa low, deep  voice, emphasi/'lhg the oath in a  ���������liaannoi" to show ifls realization oa  the importance he' attached 1p ahe  ancied moment. Justice BuJ*cdugan"s  volee was scarcely audible.  ibo finest yards of its Vsize on the continent. Woak on a sianilar yard ai  Mile J 37 is slightly further- advanced.  The most'modern equipanent is bei  ing used all along , the load. Especially is this noticeable iai the service being furnished ahe wdrkaneu.  There? are now three complete new  outfits of bunk, cook and dining cars  The  bunk cars are furnished wi111 steel  bunks. The dining cars aa*e *H0 feet  iong and the cook cars have the latest' impa-pvement s foa-- handling the  a]1. .the-j requirements of large gangs.  Thi-oughout special attention is paid  to sanitary .arrangements. The hew  hospital unit-has been plated? In  position. This is a revelation to those  who aae familiar with old time a*ail-  day facilities.    .S.  Will Tour Dominion    t.ySoyfrj..vj-/jy _  F'ertLinand the Just?, first king of  '"ireatyer Rumania, who died at his  suahhierM-eSi'de'aicb, Castelui Palace,  ���������Siniiia,  after a lingering illness.  Iil^sh Frfee Siate Policy  Have Elected Canadian  Sla^ eainpbcll  Stuant   Is Chairman  Of  .���������yV. ?'"?? 'Pac'lflc. Cable Board?  IwOaidoii;-^Sir' t!arfi|Jhiill Sfuait.^. sv  CaiKKllan, and director <������T ihi- Times  PubSSf'.slng /'tJiiipany, hns,b������uMa clccl-  od cliairniiin of llu- Pacific Cable  Hoard. VW'yy y ���������;.���������,,    ������������������-;. , ��������������������������� . ���������-,  Tin; Hcefinn oT Sir ('inupbell ������tunrl  Ik tliHTcifitcciraae cvr a. dispute which  Ciinnrlii 11 ra < I with the cable board, tin il  which --wan sotth'tl nt the Imperial  Coil !'vi ���������:iM-.ti" iii ai year. ivoriucrjy 1 he  cluairaiuita of die liuaird was appnlnled  by tln-i ltril|.da (Jovonunwur. but the  Cniuidlaii tiovi'rnnierat. tiskcd lhal he  be idoiiti-'d by the aiuMiibcrH nnd Ihiy  a-cqiU'st avJis grti rated. I.egi.shitlen  aiiaUIng iKisslbh! (h Ik and other  chaiiigt'.p lit tlie boardV iiiiiiaiigoaaioiil.  reci'tilly passed lhe llrlilsia Parliament.  Maintain Trade Incre.-ise  OMiiiHi. <'iini������diiin ti'iulc f������M*' June-  dropped, slightly in' ccmpiirlson wlili  June of last yeair, hut for tho three  riannlhs of the "Hm-hI yi'iir I'lidlfig .linn*  thi������i*e in sin liicrcnNc ut nearly j-J-fiu,-  Odtt.titHi  nvcr   the   l!tl!f;   t\y\\v*>������.  Tin, ^'laiad lot.-il of CaiiMillan trade  In .luiHi' lb27. was f-iOR.2^!l,ian7. whlh������  Ira June  It*nt   year  It   wu*. '$210.(112>M,  W.    N.    V.    1C91  Canadian Wheat Board  WiD Cease Onerations  Business  To   Be   Wound   Up   On   September  First  Ottawa.-���������The department of 'trade  jind c-ommei*ce has issued a statement calling attention t.������ the fact  that in accoi'darce with an order-in-  founcil, passed, on ' March 15, ��������� 1927,  the Canadian wheat boai*d which was  brought into existence by ail order-  m-council of July 31, 1919, will tbe  finally wound up on September 1  ncit- - * ���������-    ' *"  On and after that date no paraici  paiaota certificates ������-1iall be paid  and all monaesvan possession of the  wheat board oai the said-, date ^.hall  be; declared the S property '.VofV'" the  crowia. " '  At .the present time the fexpense  n eccssai ry ,f(o coht inaie t he Occasiona I  payment of participation certificates  ainountK. to -considerably, .more than  Ihe value- of the certificates presented. As Ihe lease for the storage  oino.es in Winnipeg expires at the  '������aad of Augaasl, it has appeared advisable to finally close lhe operations  of the boaa*d on September 1. In .he  opiaaion of the department, of justice  litis, can be done by c-a-ders-i-n-council  aaad without legislation. Outstanding  cejrtlficaites must, therefofe' be pf*e-  tontc-d. before that dale it' pity an en I  hs cx,pectcd.  Special  Legislation Tp Me'et Situation  Caused  By  Hostile  Republicans  .Dublin.   :��������� President* Cosga*ave  has  inta*ociuc*ed   special  legislation   iii  the  Da il to meet the si tuat i on ca-eated. by  the   assjissiiaatioh.   of     Vice-Pa*esident  Kevin   O'ilijrgins,    aaid    (lie    general  hostility' ot*  tho   -Republicans   to   the  Irish  Free State.  One  .bill  makes .pi*ovisiora  foi-   the  anaintenance  and  preservation  of the  State,   while "another    requires    that  candidates  for tlie  Dail    or .*.Senate,  before   aionaiiaatioai,   liaust  swear  to   a  declaration of iuteiation to take their  seats and  the oath.  This' laU-r-r'-bill'strike's  pai-ticularly  i  . ...  I at  the  policy" of Eamoim  de  \alera,  who with lhe other elected members  of his paaty, the Flanna Faih di^clined  to  lake .the   oath   to  the  King, aftei>  the   last   geaaeral   election   and   luive  been excluded 'from, the Dail. .  President   CoFgvave   also   indicated  his   intehtibh   of   is^eking   lb   provide  for Mr   OTIiggah's widow.  Party       Of       Distinguished       British  Editors To Visit  Canada  Soon  Moaitreal.  -^��������� Tlae itinerary of    the  party   of-3 00  British  newspaper men  who will arrive at Quebec August 12.  provides  that dui-ing tbe month they  [ are in Canada the-Bruishers will vis-  j it practically every corner of the Do-  -, aaainion . and.   besides   visiting     ������\������si-y  i city of hiipor'aiice,    have    an    opportunity  of studying at iarsr hand Canada's  natural a*esources    and    invest-  meaat possibilities.  1'uder the leadership of John S.  King, president of th^ English News-  j papei Society, the party will be the ,  j anost dif-tliaguish.ed newspaper g������*oup i  to visit Canada since the imperial  cdnference;��������� in 1020, and will include,  among:.,others, Sir Richard Winai*ey,  of tlie Petea borough Advertiser;  Isaac Edaa*ante of the Bolton "Evening  News; K. T\T. Da vies, Swansea Daily  Post: John Biichan, Dundee Coiarier  and Advertiser; T; T. Stanley, Birm-  inglaaiil Oazefte; and It. V. H. Taylor,  of, ihe  Bristol ?'rimes.:<  Frorti Quebec the pai-fy will 1a-avei  by specijil train to' Fi*edericton, St.  John aud St. Andrews. N.B. Theaice'  "ti'iroUgh to the Pacific Coast via  Montreal���������Ottawa, August 38* Winnipeg;. August 20; Saskatoon, Augiast  22; I'Mmonton, August 23; and. Van-,  co-uver, August 2.8. They will return  via the naaiai line of the Canadian  Pacific and. arraaigements have been  anade to the end that "wherever the  tr'ai'n- stops the party will be greeted  by .provincial and civic--officials.' und  by the ..newspaper and businessnaen.  At High Itivc-r, August 24, they  will be received by ihe Prince of  Wales on E.P._ Ranch and at Kideaia  Hall, Ottawa; earlier, by Viscount  and Viscountess Willingdon^ Tlie  party, will leave. .Montreal for return  to Xiverpool,   September  9.  POULTRY MEET  REATLY  JSiiWIirii LAW AU A  Arrange Keception  For llpyai Party  Ottawa.���������"Canada is under a great  lespoiibibilijy; we-aa*e looking (o her  to open a new era, in the pouHr\ industry and to make it greater than  ever before," said Edward Brown,  president of the World's Poultr> congress, speaking at a, luncheon leaader-  od to visiting delegates.  Mr. Brown declared liis belief in  the great; benefit to be grained through  the congress this year. This, lie said  was going lo be by far the bigt?e-.c  meeting ever held in poultry" or aga-i-  cuaturai ? circles. '>-Representatives  from 40 nations throughout the. .world  will !''e. .here, aud he_:urged xheni iq  come with open minds, ready to ieaa*ai  and-ready, to teach their follow "delegates-all that they can..'"'"  "It is for you to aAvaken to what  .may be iai your country," he said,  "ami this congress is .going, to reveal  what is in Canada." It was his belief,* he declared, that the congress  will do more towards putting Canada  further on the map than aiiaything  olse  coiald.  ITon. W. R. Motherwell, minister of  ���������agi-icu.lture,. in a brief, speech, told the  audience how the congress had. been  brought to Canada largely thi*oia.gh  the elf oris of I-\ Q. Eiford, Doaninion  poultry director, .wlao had shown ihe  anost remarkable: energy and initiative in urging his cause. .Furthermore, he declared, the thing had nor.  beeai put across by piill. Canada? lie  declared had stood on her own merits, and this was the one great reason  why 1he congress, liad coine laeri? this  year.  "It is .not yet tiane for congratulations," Mr. Motlierwel 1 said. "The  tiane foi* adailation will"civaiie after ilu���������  meeting is over and has been pi-oved  a success."  Will Need More Harbors  May Receive Edward Medal  Bravery Of Officer On Renown?'To Be  V ,";i:-' ;"' '?; 'Recognized V"? ;?'f  Vi>uaadon?--The-:Duke of Vdrk and  lhe tKMiiaaiaiuler ut" (he TtenoAVia have  allKi.' s|)okon very highly ol the gal-  lai.nlry of Petty Officer .lofferlos during the lire (Hat ha*oke oan on (lie  hatlleslilp Juki after she hud loft Australia for hoinc and it Is prohabie  llint. It will recc-U-e fecdgnllioai froaaa  the   King.  Most, likely .lofrerlei* will be Klvon  the l-Mwni'il medal, the u>u:tl aeward  l'or iicIm of brayery. of ihat l<lnd,. It  Is a decora!loai gi'tually prized by liie  I'lH'IphuilH, PerluapH iiioi'e' will be  hoaa-d or the afftiir how tlutt the Duke  and Ihaehoyt*. arc l.aouae,  It ���������^���������iia thi-ouish Joffcii'loH" ,'pleadhacfls'  after   the   lire  broUo  out   that   il   avfis  poHHlble to turn  off the oil  cocks titad  prcveaat   the   lluuics   froaaa   HU'eadliag.  ThiM .lerfi'i-JOH ii^ill.v t-aved, the ship.  Fliers Receive Medals  New York.���������Couaniaaitler Richard  !<*���������. Byrd and. Lieut, ("h-orge O. Neville  were awarded the IMsfinguhdaod Ply-  laig Cro.������H by Kecretm-v of (lie Nary  Cui'tlrt l>. WUUua.'.' Iia . Jhit . tuiiiie or  PiviHldont (!oolld*ge, ' l'or "eoinvue  aiad extiuonllniii v lu-hlevenieiit In  liylUK- tilts pluilti "Auu'rleu" lo  Fnaaai-e."  Canada's  Trade    Bound    To    Increase  Says Loid Willingdon  :   Saint John, N.D.-7r-Ilefiecting aai op  tianislic outlook on the future development    of    Canada,     ^i^coajitit ^llliTig:?  doai, ttoAernoa- Cenea-ap -ipj fliet������^>banaia?-;'  Jon.   dclivci-ed    an?? ,ad(|i*eBf "y-'atS the  luncheon  before  the Saint John Caaa-  adian   C.lub  and guests  here, liis  Excellency  referred   to  the resources  of  the   coaanlry,   and.   in   this   conclusion  told   of  the   large  aiuaviber of harbors  necessary   to   carry   oai   the   1rade   cf  Ureal Britain.  lie felt that in a ishort tluae it  "would not he a uuestioaa of geting  "enough trade tr> keep C.anadiau harbors busy, but of geiliaig sufiiciont  harbor acconuaaoilatioai for tho In-  creaised  (a-ade.  Preparations For Three-Day Visit In  Quebec Are  Coinpleted  Quebec.^���������-All is ?pa*epared-'-" for the  reception which is to be exteiaded to  Their Royal .'Ilighnes.vt-s the Priaice  of Wales and Prince. George and f������  Premier Stanley Baldwin, when they  arrive af. the aaacient capital oai Friday aflernoon, July 211. A meeting  was held in cpraaiection with tlae visit  toJCiiraada of? the royal visi(pa*s and  iBa*itaiai;sipa-irae ?Miraastea*. andffollow-  iaigfifhe meetiixgVthe detailedyprograaai  of the.' events which will take place  during the three-day May here was  given out. ^  Of the events" scheduled lo take  place the state dinner at Spencea-  Wood will be the naost oufstaaading.  The weleb.mo by the province will  lake, place on Saturday when a luiaela-  oon   will   be  heldi.  Premier Mackenzie King and aaaean-  bers of tho Doanlnioai (Jovea*aaaaaeait  will visit, the ancient -cai.pil.-al to wl-  comi!  the visitors to Canada.  Confer on Chinese Matters  Aviators Sign Contract  Favor Late August For London-To-  London Flight yy  London, Oait.���������The-conta-act for the  London-to I^ondoai flight with Capfahi  XV. II. Maxwell and Captain T. Bi  Tully as co-pilots has been foi-maliy-  signed with aJharles 13iaa*ns, doaior of  the ?25,000 prize. The fliei*s speaat  several hoursptnaking a further sail*1  vey? bryppssibfeVflying fields witla tlie  necessaay two-anfile take off wlthiaa a  few aaailes of the. city.  -The airmen will return to siaperin-f  lend (lie appoinlmeaat of the Held aaad  will be heae wlaen the aeroplane arrives fa-om Detroit early in August.  II. as understood, the flyers favor  tho latter paa*t,,pf Augiast for the  flight. ;f  Would Boost Empire Goods  Director-General Of Empire Trade  League Outlline's Scheme  Montreal.���������Theo FeiUteni, -director-  geaaeral of tho Empire Trade League  iind editor of tlae Eanpia*e Msill, in nw  address to the Montreal Rotary Club  outlined a ac:limine (o eHtabllsla si  chain of sloa-os thaoughout Croat Britain which woaald sell Urltlah ICnipir*'  products only, it would involve, said  Ma\ Felldcia, Iho foa-.tnutloia of ii million pounds sterling corporation to  osUibllsh tho shops aaad popaalati/e  Eanplro foodstiaffs.  British I ml us. trial I sts .staled. Ilu>  speaUoi", xvoi'fl (aklng a growing iaa-  1.0rest, iaa Canadci. Tfe hopecl to seo  nm.ny baauchea of British factories  e.itahMsheal hero in the near future.  The llrlllsh delegation who w������>re  chosen to Jilteiul tin* laastltaate of Pie  cllle llolalloii'H secoiul bletatiul gailh-  ering to he held ;il Ilonoluhi, Thai  party arrived, in Caitajulta .laaaae 'd'.l on  the CataaadlMa Paclll*' steaaaaHlilii Mont-  vey.i! nnd proceede<l weyt, rafter n  three day sl.Jiy iaa Mont real iind Toa*'  onto. Sir Frederic?!' Whyto naad one  or iwo other ati������>nih������T������ wero tha-  guenth of Him lOxeellcncy the tjoaern-  orljeiii-i'iil at Itldeau I lull. ills l-.*c  celhiu.v wsi.s l lie ciiairiiiaai ot the  ChliHhe liideumiiy Comaiii.se lou al  Peking a ji-iir or two ago, CIiIih>m'  unit tern aic������*r to he tin- outHiiiiidtiii*.  topics   of  ilbciimlou  tit   the   Honolulu  confea-eaace. ; The   Coal Terence,     xvhlch  Ihey  are  al lending  Ih of unaasual  iaa  I leroHt   thin  yenr. beermse of the  pres-  I eaico,  by   Invitation,    of    ihe    British  j i!."h-gates and also of a delegate from  I The   HiiKsiun  Soviet.    PelegateH    from  the other uatfoau   of the world will at  t,aiaa������l. ���������'   i  The Pelt Iran . party are from left to  right: Hon. Winiiiiu W. Antor. Vfrs-  eouiil t.'tistlecolgh. .lolin Nelson,  lion. Hugh Wyhdhmii. sic Frederick  U'li>4e, <h.tlt4iu������o of Ihe groaa|������, Mian  B. lluiKer. Lionel Curlhi. Malcolm  Mac) anna hi. hoii of the former Brl-  aiMh I at boa*, Preuaica-, uatd \V. J'olloek  K*i*r.  Receives Memento  Of Diamond Jubilee  Microphone     Utsod     In'    Broadcasting  Program  Presented To Thomas  Ah earn  Montreal.���������TlaoaiiaiR Abenria cl* Ottawa, wlitf served, un chalniaiaai of the  bronileastlaig eoinuilttoe of thia N'a-  tlonail Diamond, .lubllf-e cc-k-8jrat Ion.  was iiresV-nleii with ihe aulcrojdioiae  (lirougia whioh the voices of Cantiilirs  laaiiht prominent men were hf.ot over  the iJoiulniou together xvllh the lli>t  Hound ot lhe crta*llloai from llu* peine  lower at. Ottawa,  Tlio pi'<*Kentu.l loia w������h uih<Ic al a  luncheon tendorfd to Mr. Abeam hy  Koine 25 or his aiMOi'lnU'K hi th������������ worh  Off broiiiUsfiHtiiiit  the  Jubilee -j������i'������i|;niiii. .xm. ciwrteW bbtos-W  v*s������\  CRESTON BEVI������W  1  issued every Friday afc Creston. B.C.  Subscription i $2.50 a year iaa advance.  $3.00 to U.B, pointe.  .  C. F. Hatks. Editor and Owner,  QBESTON. B.O.* FRIDAY* AU6,   5  <just between ������$ir&ei������r&$  In ordinary times tbe Beview  will send out same forty aub-  8criptIois accounts at tbe end of  each month. At Jnly first -we  mailed just about seventy, aud  at Atsgti8t first tbe total has  risen to almost ninety.  This state of  affairs  is  due  to  thin week received noti-Boation  of just how his or her subscription stands. If the Aagnsfc liquidation of subscription dues indicates that readers want the  Heview U will be a pleaasare to  continue  dublication, but if the  slow reponse isrs have had t-o these  duns" the past thi*ee months is  manifest there will be no course  open to us but to discontinue.  Suboribera-in arrears:    It's  up  to you.  I **  ig feasible, particularly when it is  pointed out that some of the dykes  that so snotsessfutly shed the wate*  were only thrown up a few weeks  before the floods came.  And as  there is much ������4rufch  in  BimUkameen riding at their nomin-  atins convention at Frinodton last  week when a resolution of sympathy  and appreciation was passed unanimously part of which re ds:  "Conservatives of   Similkameen  at "seeing  Is be- j JKidsftf**;  unite  in  ouefinjg    to  you  llieving^ theB&view woiild strong ��������� I their regrets at your illness  and  bile uivt   naynig  .(Li   tunv  ly urge   all, tHoee   who are   of the  j belief that dyking would   mean so  of  arifTiss  two;  Stepping on the Gas I  A terse but timely  worded sign  is that which has just  been posted  ibly a combination of tbe  Bifcliep..the Review is not worth  tbe price asked for It, or tbe  financial situation has reached  tbe point where the local paper  has got into the luxury class, as  it were.  With the none too extensive  circulation obtainable in the limited field available to the Review  it must be pateut to all that  prompt payment of all subscriptions is essential if the paper is  to pay its way���������and we trust  there are none hereabouts that  expect us to publish the paper to  sort of keep our hand in at tbe  work in anticipation of future  great reward.  Seldom, if ever before, has the  Review had  occasion  to remind  WAX' -    m**������^.  -     '     -K-, -.      '  sHirOSa   tu6  s;   IB41C*  .���������������r      *i������kn.#*������.a.  ottuauiiucio tjt.  vJfc^iiKjHsncy  in this fashion, but matters have  reached a point with circulation  where, unless decided imparove-  ment is shown immediaiiey, none  need be surprised if it should he  found necessary to discontinue  publication.  Every subscriber in arrears has  hishwsvs  fimAm  *mwm  k*4Wl$ people died  last year of  ~ ss8������ inhaled it  "37 put a match to it.  "And 4000 stepped on it."  "Steppinft on it" causes an  increasing death list. Ha-rdly an  issue of any daily paper that does  not record several accidents due to  the predtliotion for gcinft heavy on  the gas.  Too many autoists drive their  oars at break neck speed who have  not a thins to do when they arrive  at their destination. An hour's  more time on the road would make  no difference to their business, but  it might, materially affect that of  the doctor, the hospital and the  undertaker.  union to vjrosabdn iiiSiFiCb ������** ������*������^s.~  the trip to Porthili any time witla  in the next tWo weeks and see first  hand just what these dyked lands  are capable of m the first year in  the way of grain production.  Cutting of fall wheat at that  point commenced at the end of  July and competent judges state  that it will run eawly -t|orty bushels  1 to the aore on laud that is being  cropped for the first time this year,  while on   land i>iiab  WBB utlSsc'r QFGp  in   1926   yields   of   SO   bushels of  wheat are everywhere prsdioted.  According to the Bonners Ferry  Herald it is estimated that the  oeops in the Koctsssay Vslleg? this  year are worth aieajrly a tnillioaa  dollars, Next year the yield should  amount to at least two million  dollars as almost twice as much  acreage will be ih crop and due to  the fact that the second and third  year crops on the newly reclaimed  bottom lands produce much larger  yielda than the first year crops.  thier hopes for better health in tho  days to come. Politically they  have been opposed to many of  your policies but,, tbey cannot  allow this occasion to pa=������ without  recalling the life time of service  yota -have?' -given your adopted pro-  vifioe. And self sacrificing efforts  you have mads in the interests of  British Coin rabia, and the tremendous energy you  have   displayed  through  setting  progress. While we dd not always  ������w ������3Ts to eye with vqsa politically.;  yet today we drop ail political  feelings to give yoia our very best  personal wishes and hopes that a  large measure of health a������d  sIsHtngth" will return*, to you. Ife is  our sincere wish that x in your  declining days you - may enjoy that  physical ease and comfort to which  your life time of pioneer effort  should justly entitle you."  New Stock of  in.a,ruess  Second Hand Store in  connection  Shoe and Harness Rep&ir ing  ii   1 ������_- _jl.  many    years,   m  ugSui*   tiio pSvu  Of  .-^jgaag  arms   c -lrwjraa;  Now that it has been found  that the highest waters seen on the  Kootenay Hiver since 1916 has  given trouble on less vhan 150 feet  of fifty miles of dykes on the Idaho  side, it s arely will be conceded that  ( dyking of the Kootenay Flats area  Wanted���������Horse, cows, plough for  12-mch font.w, buggy, bathtub. O.  Hotlaxi. Hobden ranch, Oreston.  Politics at their Beet  In connection with the inevitable  eaaiorced resir������iijeiiti from puniic  life of Premier Oliver many fine  tribute** have been paid him by the  press of the province as to his personal worth as well as the service  he has rendered British Columbia.  But probably the most gratifying  effort of the sort yet recorded was  that of   the   Conservatives   of the  LAiMD REGISTRY AGT  Section. 160  3PE  3QS3&E  31511s  3IS1E  3QtsIt3E  30E  3E  3S3E  3ai=iai?i!  IN THB MATTER of Part of Block 10 of *Lot  S25 Plan 633 A to which part the Registrar  baa assigned the distinguishing letter "A,"  the said, narfcbeine all that portion of said  lot lying east of a line equally btsootiDjr the  north and- south boundaries of said Block  10. ^������    .    "  . Proof having: heen filed, in my office of the  loss of Certificate of Title No, 17916-1 to the  atjove-mentioned lands In the name of CarlOlaf  Qufst._beariiijgjdate the 27th December, 1921.1  JtLSSUtiJtsK GivK NOjrjwjjw of amy inbentiou at  the explanation of one calendar month from the  first Eradication hereof to issue to the said Carl  Olaf tuoist a provisional Certificate ������f Title in  lieu of such lost Certificate. Any person having  any information with reference to such lost  Certificate of Title is requested to communicate with the undersisnea.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Nelson,  B.C.. this 15th day of July. 1937.  A. W. HMENS.   y,  ��������� ��������� ���������        " .   ^^rjttjgySp^fMiLaap rffc*P TM*?Klft<J  T>������*f> rtf -fliwafr. T������r.Ktt<>n������7l������ffl JnftirS^ l������g?0  ers or  ye odiuii, yon |  R. A. COSWFOaT  f  OR PUBLIC GATHERINGS of any sort we are often  asked whether Posters or Display Advertising would be  the most effective.  Our reply is, invariably, Use the two.  People have short memories, and where the affair is to  be held even a couple of days after the paper appears more  than a few folks are liable to forget it.  POSTERS judiciousljr distributed give a last-minute  reminder, and are the only intimation some folks get as there  never was a paper printed that went into every home. ,  And to bring best results Posters should be up one  week ahead of time.  The Review is particular]ly well  equipped to execute.  Posters in all sizes and printed on most any color of paper  desired.    And, as with all other work, our prices are very  moderate.  Our prices on all the standard lines of Printing  are just as handy as your telephone.  Milk, Cream  Ice Cream  and Ice  TR.  TESTED COWS  .*������  Everything sanitary.   Visitors  are welcome  at &Ey time.  Milking hours 5 to 0 p.m.  MCE delivered at Jfo* pound  . siMurs^-ift'^iV,  SiNDAiAanMBlrS  PRE. EWPTIONa  Vacant,       *t*utWesetr-retV     surveyed  Jroim- lantSs *mt%sr Sb4 garts-omptfed. hy  rsrstisfe Bubjaccs ov������r la yeans oi s������if e,  indl by r&Sl'esss os ae^s^ra-ag- isatssstlsu  o become Britlafc ������ubi������ctai, coadi- ���������  loasl -apoaa sresidoace. ������MKm}?s,feSon.  und im.&*pvw*ssi.i .- tor ssjrtealtaral  .���������ur-eosetB.  ^ull lntearmatlon coacernl-as tegu-  aUosw reg������H!l!s������ s������s^-������Papti6*ft������ Is  Si Ven ia Siiileuu S7w. 1. lAn^L iSeries,  Row to Pre-empt LiausO," copies of  flrhicli o&a ho obtst&ed ������rm& ot cliargs  oy addressiag th������ S^epastassQ*at of  .^ands. Victorias, BX5^ <ssr to any Gov-  -i mxaeaat Agwxt.  Records will be KtsAted cov������nng  mly land suitAXal^ ?f������r raertcultaiwal  purposes, and which lfS, not tlmber-  aad. -L������������ eenrytas ewf ���������.000 bdaard  fast *ps*ffa-sss testes?Qis"CoastHf*asse  and 8.000 feet ajaer aoro east of that  Ranse.  AppllcaUoxaa for -pa?a-������mptlo3������a are  o bo addressed, to the X^nd Coaaa-  nisasioner of the Jjo3x& Recordins Dl-  -tstoaa. In whieh the land applied Sot-  is sittss&'S'Sa and are amade on -printed  Zorm*\ copies ot which can be oh-  taiaaed trom the U&<1 ComsnlBSioner.  Prs-exaptionB xnust he occupied for  ttar# -������*aas������ and tna'provements -naade  to value of fflO per acre, includms  eleariss <">4 emMrivmMmie %* Seaat Ave  acares. be-tore.������ CrowTts @anmt can be  received.  V\xs more dateSIed ijatoraaiasiosi! see  the    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  ���������9       PURCHASE ���������#  AppllCAtioass aar������ received tot- pur  chase of vacant and unareaserved  Crown lands, not helnar timberland,  for agrlcultuipal purposes; mfraimua-n  price of firat-olaB������ <arable> land la $B  pear acape, aad aMcond-class (rsrazin's)  land $8.50 per acre. Further Information retsardlaas pureoase or lease  of Crown lands is. given in Bulletin  Ko. 10, ������jt*tn& Seriea^ "Furohjartae and  ������������������ .Xiepise ��������� of QgywB I^aads-" .  >-'' Mill, factorr. -oar lndilslrtal sitcra on - '  timber land, not exceedinff 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the eosi-  ditions incaadiagr- pa^Tusest ol  rfrtuaapaaaee.  . Uzaeasrveyed areas, not exoeedl&s SO  acres, may he leased a������ hoatxaesites.  ecssdltisss??il npoa s Swelliiss being  erected in the Osrst year, title being  obtainable after residence and improvement conditions &ro fulfilled  and land haa been surveyed.  | '_   I.BA868  For erasing and indaistrlal paar-  pones are&s not exceedinat ������40 acrea  may be leased by one person or a  company.  QRAZINO  Under the Orasinff Aet the Pwiv-  ince Ss dlvide# Into uraoinB dlatrlcba  and the range administered under i  Orasins; ������Co*mmiesLoner. Annua?  jfwwrfnar permits are laaaanied baaed on  numbers ransed. priority beln-fjr given  to eatabllshed owners. BtocTt-ownert  may rot-am s������aoolAtaona for ranare  manaaement. SVee, or partially free,  pet-mita are ab-gutlnble for settlers,  tampers  end  taravellere.  up   to   ten  8l������  ���������sihi  99*990  THE CRESTON  REVIEW  COMMERCIAL  FEINTING  DEPT*  ������3QC������  i���������cc^ccrr:  aae  3BISJ0G  3E  ZHSllx  a&mmt  New CHEVROLET Prices  Roadster and Touriiaag ~ $ 867  Coach 1005  ���������tLoOUipCS! "*" "~* "���������" "~~  mmm ,m~m "~"   T*    lL\9m*m\%$  Sedaii-��������� 1114  Landau Sedan ��������� ���������  1181  Roadster Delivery; 824  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motorraeter.  jf\ myr* CM' | ���������**%"&  ynigirfi g on   l nicficmm* *mMm ~~~ ""*    &*���������,*$  All kinds of  Used Cars  For Sale  ���������R E.-M I.E.R   GARAQ E.  mp M w  mm Wr IO*  ���������������    nr-aa tMtrffi������������.������ U> U *>  anxnvtoe ots anything oncnAveD i>v o*aooNK  mwmmmmmmmmmmmwmMmammmmmmmmmmmmvmmmmmmmmjmmmmmwmmmmmm  V r\  1*BM &BSWCK  BBTOnf  ;  Local and Personal   ' Tr-~T-~n|-T Tm--irn mm ill in n i r��������� it n sn- ni-inff-n���������i ��������� ���������   Following their usual cuBtotn the  Women's Institute wall not meet in  August.  .       VV'    ...  Durham, 8  Cow For SaIjE:���������Grade  years did.. i&s$ -*sashstiB&.  Sherwood, CreBton.  C&es Fob ������*������������s���������M������Sch co-w-.'Sersey-  Htolstein, .will- freshen early in Sep-  terotaer.    H. dements, Creston.  ��������� Waotbd���������*G1t1 for office work for a  few rnnritliri. Applications to be snade  by letter to Seci efcargv Oo-QperHtive  Fro it i*;xehrtn#6s Creston.  Mower For Saxk���������Seconhand one-  horse ssBOwer, in Al shape. Order  your renaii'g .before'they ���������"&������*���������������. needed.-.  Chas. Murrell, Farmers* Supply Bepot.  Op till Auguwfc 1st forest fire fight  big expense Sn this distant since Sfay  let haa been lees tlmn $2*5/ Saturday's \  electrical etot m set up a. coaa pie of  blazes at fCJorn and Boundary Creek  that needed sorjTQatteRtsoraV bat outside  of these no extra help has been engage  " ed so far. --   -',-V^y.?  ���������������������������At tt; meeting of they directors of  Creston Co-Operative Fruit Exch ange  on Thaarsd&y night it was decided to  appoint Fred Hale as -roherehciuseman  Fred  prtjst   three  seasons   and   should   be  competent to handle the work.  Mrs. J&. J. Boyd and Mrs. G. yOart-  wright, -t&hp have beeaa on tee departmental-staff of judges at fall fairs the  past two years, have been notified  their services are aga^n t&quesfced  with JSrs. Boyd asked to officiate at  the. exhibitions at Nelson, Grand  Forks, Cranbrook, Fernie and Fruitvale.   -  At Panticton tlie June estimate  of the 1927 apple crop hae now  been reduced about 1!> per cent.  The very fine goH course  at Fernie attracts outside  players  t���������.- ������*   dozens for  r.     CP0VY1AQ.  Never:  Fernie Hiding Conseryative Association has been reorganized with  M= IX MoXsean of Michel, president.  Fernie's community swimming  pool attracts over 300 children and  adults these warm Sunday afternoons.  Pen tioton's cherry shipments  this season .will be almost 14.000  orates. The estimated yield was  12,000.  Now the   construction   boom is _  oyer aaVMoyie both barber shops as g        ������������ ^^  well as the pool hall, in  that town  ������.. ������^_ j?. j-  nave viuiscu,    -    ���������     v  ���������   .     -  ijuality 1  <a t% ^\_f*r*i dent 1  piobC xi������  ������ue   anuc   Si.. . ������ ������ Si:������877i  jl u vs ill  cost $4400 to run the  school atNakusp the coming year���������  a reduction of $40������ as compared  with the previous term.  W. Fraser, A. MeLi. Fletcher, S. A.  Speers" and H. S. McCreath motored  to Porthili on Friday afternoon to  inspect harvesting operations in District No. &. where fall -wheat critting  18 in foil swiiir, ancl aaa average yield  of 40 bushels expected naa 1927 breaking. A sheaf of the 1927 cart>p is on  display at Speers' store.  EL S. McCreath is the latest addition  %o the ranks of local cat owners having on Friday last. t&ken delivery of  the latest in 1027 Stiidebaker tourings  front, the Desalt gairag-e, Cranbrook.  Mr. Dezall making tbe trip for delivery that Eraorningt and .reports the  ���������'travelling sn the Creston distract bet  ter-than,bet-ween Moyie and Yahk.  X>u& the mosquitoes being ssbau  the 1927 Chautauqua at Bowners  Ferry was held iii thelites theatre.  Financially it was not a success.  Sunday evenings it is a common  sight to see as many, as 70 aaatos  lined up waiting to make the trip  across on the   ferry at Oastlegar.  Up till the middle of July the  tourist business at Fernie has heen  away below that of other years, but  is now showing decided improvement.  The Quality of the Merchandise  we carry is the very finest that  - v.bah be had!:-;       .:   :  If ypu are not already using our  1  p. imr nosssin  B  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������:���������������������������  ������p-^af,'%aasg|���������@  do not fail to give this bknd a trial and be convinced  - ol its suoerior quality and flavor.  ^According to  the  Nakusp News  just   about     all .the    comartprcia!  travsllsiHs workl**^   Arrow   Suafees  poia.ts are travelling  by  auto this  season.  At Kelowna apples are* showing  a larj?e amount of ������olo? fo* this time  of year, and the crop has every  appearance of.being larger than  at first estimated.  The Free Press   cannot   under  stand why, with the town boasting  two first class bakeshops,  people iaa 1  ! Fernie  will  insist  on   local   store I  keepers handling outside bread. ~  Creston.fans will have, another bag  league utiseball inatcSi an ; Snndny  afternoon at 4 o'clock prompt* v^hen  ^Moyie will.fbe here ?for a retttrn game  with -Caheston at Exhibition Park.  Creston *?son the first dash by a  aaorrow margin; since when Movie has  been tstrenghtened and a very close  game can be counted on with Watson  and Telford doing the battery work  for the locals,-  Major Mallandaine left on Sunday  for Cranbrook from -which town he  ' motored to In verm ere on Monday to  attend th^ f amoral of the Sate Gais  Erickson, which took place on Tuesday. Deceased was a frequent visitor  at Creston with his' daughter, Mrs. C  G. Bennett ano mainy friends here  will regie's to hear of his pauasing. He  haa been In indifleretit health since  early in the year.  On the special Canadian history  paper written on by Grade 8 pupils at  the terna-end examinations in June  pupils of Principal McLellan of CreBton school have taken as, very high  standing. In a wire to secretary Geo.  Nickel of the school board on Tuesday  anc-Mincetaaent is made that Creadon  schoel leads the whole of the East  Kootenay inspectorate. John Blinco  winning the siver medal, and Aileen  Spraitt and Frank Crawford a bronsse  medal ouch. In addition to answering  a series of questions on Canadian  affairs the students had to write un  essay on Canada since confederation.  The Cainadaln   Forestry Association |  gave a  splendid   show   at  tho Grand  Theatre on Wednesday   evening hast,  which was greatly iipprecinted by the  very largo crowd in attendance.    Man-  aged   by    Chai']������i>    WSlMnao-Q,     the  pictures showed vnrious   indiasti-lea of  B.C. in relation to forestry, the dangers ancl  expense  of forent fires land  the careless wayo In which fiiM>s mlppht  be caused.   Tho show finished with ������  humorana picture, the, main  characters being carved from tho forr������st.   0*  0>   Koditjuiw,   who   gavo   fihev thcsufl.ro  without 'charge   to   the   Ansoclatlon,  made a few  renuirks regarding  the  value of the forests, and ho was followed by ii. timely warning  from   F 3>  Oaa.ttc������ the   loc������������I   foKCfit   it-anger.   The  ���������   Oanunmin      Fpr^stry.     .AjasooittMcm,  ' through  Mr*   Wilkinson,   wiida to t*JC-  pronsa their thanks to Mr. Hodgere for  Ills   generosity,   mad   to    ntiato   that,  no3������ fiownciiAl iiesistaniio will be groat  1y appreciated.  :-V; AtV Bonners VPerry the indians  are thmnirig-out8o rapidly that it  has been decided to close the indian  school an d send what youn g reds J  ������re left to the public school in that  to-.**!*.  According to the Herald farmers  m the Banners Ferry distinct will  annually ship 250 cars of cotton  wood pulpwood to the paper mill at  Everett, Wash., for some years to  come.  According to the president of  the company there ie no prospect of  the big sawmill plant at Bonners  Ferry resuming operations, nor  will there be any logging.' this  winter. \  Pentioton is having quite a  building boom this year Amongst  the new structures going up ie a  new $30,000 United Church, and a  Masonic temple that will cost  about $40,000.  1927 shipments of apricots and  peaches at Pentlcton are sure to  exceed the early sea-son estimates,  according to the Herald., but at  that the apricot outgo will be  only 50 per cent, of 1926.  According to the Free Press the  provincial police have their" net  out to land half a dozen West Fer  nie youths of eighteen -years of age.  who have been systematically robbing autoa of tires and saleable  parts,  A Manitoba youth who obtained  beer as one of the Cranbrook par  lorn last week on stating he was 22  years of aK������3 was Hiahsequently  summoned in the police oourt and  on admitting ho was but 19, wan  fined $50 and oonta.  The annual . aohool... meeting; afc  Now Don very was livened nip by .the*  disoutmion of fond parents who do  manded to know why ih& ohUdivii  who-took - such high - pWea iii iho  anonthly re'porta in meuny oanoa  failed to paBS tho promotion'tests  at the end of the term.  Cranbrook "Rotary Club i������i running, a street carnival throe nighto  at tho middle of AugunK to raise  fiindn fcq.   complete   tho    claildrcn's  l>U������,yga*f������iaiiu.i>f,ai'a ko iiiaSkta tt, iii&*& an  a summer camp for the youngsters  to bo available" in 1928.  muure   i  eepziWAti tne-  ^"ies and Mosquitoes  SCREEN BOORS &  WINDOWS  in alt sizes}  Hinges? Screens and Fittings for your Screen Door  ixaivamzed Screen Wire in all widths  Cotton Mosquito Netting or Cheese Cloth  FLYTOX in bottles, at 50c. and 75c.  FLYTOX SPRAYERS, 50c. each  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIM TED  BRITISH COLUMBI  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals as follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;     Lode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,001};    Lend, $106,976,442;   Copper $209,967,068;    Zinc, G50i512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $2G4,CCS,133; Structural Materials and Minoellaneoais Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67* 188,842  Tlio Mining Laws of this Provinco are more liberal and tho feea lower than those of  any other Province in fche Dominion, or any colony In the British Einpiro,  Min-orai locations are granted to disooverers for nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing buoIi properties, fche Reouricy of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants.  Full information, together with Mining KeportB and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing*-���������'  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������IPrattieitlly nlk British. Gohunbia Blinetal Properties upon which divcloptnentwork ban l������een done 'J  una doBfiraberl In some one of thn Annual Boporto of tho Minlntcr of MlneR. Thorn oontalderlng mining \  InveBtmonta should refer to aaaoh reports. They nare available without cbarRC on application to the Do- r  pnrtmento Mltie% VicUarla. B.O. Roporta of the dcolofijleal Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Van-  camver, are recommended as vahiahle aionrceaa of Information. ' ���������  R������|..v������'U<;.vv.u~EB������;K;Cach. of the Wr WM������rnl Sharv������������y DbthlctH aro piabElfthcd eicpurately, awl are avail  able on application.  ���������BBfiiWW'WIil  laMawrwiiaww  1 -!KBi&;~^  il  ^R?E?KC������Vai?B E'CTIfmSVV  WMzrmimxW}  "VFOttQW^rHEflV  mmmm?.  Object To Word "Foreigner"  Ukranians  Not  Ashamed  of  Ancestry  -S&iit Consider Themselves ...  V  Canadians ,;y V ������ 'V J  "We have much talk fist Inimfgr'a-  lion the.se days, arid man^ lanpletis-  r.tit reflections- are wrongfully maae  ngainst?; thej \Jkr*-������iia*i- /people. We  haveyput our shoulders to* the wheel.  We -are giving our'*,tn*aias aaid etiergy  for the   building  oC this   co\anta*y ami  Sending Power By Radio  Famous  inventor Claims  Experiments  .HaveVBeen Successful V?  V ^'rplkues fjtndf aii-pliips   driven   by  ���������light-'1elefctrlfc   motors   instead   of  the  heavy gasoline engines now used wiii  sopu   be   a  feature   of air   travel,   sic:?  ^cordiaig  to   Nicola  Tesla,  inventor   of  the    alternating     system     ol"    power  ira-alSanisKioi>������     The     aiiofoi-    will     be  lurnod   hy   power trans mitted   by   vii-  \ve  are  willing  to work and   co-oper-! <5i������> i" iho opiaaion ot  ?he. famous iai-  '-���������nf  Best ������f all Fly Killers���������10c and  25e per packet {it all Druggists,  Grocers and General Stores.  i live  land   but   Canada,  and   for    ,., . -.        -.-    -...��������� f    ' reasons we proaostasaaaist tite brand {power stations/from which it will be   Sf,^"   .' ^, ^feal. o| the Phil:  j.stntes, but gained  Icr liani a positron  space     "'��������� -     ���������  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY T0LO  ���������  iar. children know aao other iaa- j veil tor.  these I vtM he  we protest against tfte  biand {  of   ���������'foreignerV   being; applied   to hian   | broadcast  dreds of Hi ou.sands? of Cahadians and  we have mo reason to be ashamed of  our ancestry.  ���������So stated Dr. G. "E- Dragan, of Sas-  He faiso  believes  iu  the   pou^r  SCWOAf t  *..   :. :. .a .....JULY 31.-,.,....... /;,.'  v~���������-���������-'.- ��������� ' ? .".' '"';    '   '"?  DAVID  AND JONATHAN .  .Golden Text: .-There is a friend that  stieketh closer than, brother.���������Proverbs? 18.24.   " ':'' ���������    "?  "���������'��������� lesson:   1 ���������'"Samtaol    1S.1 -4;    '��������� 19/1-7 *  ���������2UJ-.H;   23.15-18:   2   Samuel,, ���������.1.17-2.7.  V)RVOt"iO'*''!l      a?������:,.lraj.Vr^-     'Tn!\.'.     1 rr       l\^..\n  Explanations   and   CctnriYients  The   Two   Friends,   18.1-4. ~   Bar-  ***��������������� ������������������aw** m'wr^-^^rp^lm** ���������������'������������-���������*��������� ****-.-  ariinSsSwihfVV^UsrsHS'VV  generated    iu    huge  ;������.*i  freely     througli  central I ld'a    victory    over-.Goliath    not    only  to  all.  provide   power   for  aa ami cal   Havel.  The moisture oC iho ii Ir. obedient to  ahe  human   mind  through  ihe tipplica-  katooaa,   addressing   some" 350' school'! Mon of air piercing electrical  currents  The King has approved (he alliance  of the Prince    Albert    volunteers    of ���������  Prince   Albert.   Sa.sk..   wilh   ihe   Bed-'  ioraLsbire  and   Hertfordshire   regiment  of the British arnay.  Atlanlie aia- liner,-- are only K-n  years away, Com.n-iutui.er 'Byrd predicted an summing U[i the experiences  of hiss flight (o France upon his arrival an New York.  The Colonial OiTiee  received si tele  gram,  from   ahe   acting   high   eoriuuis-���������  sioner  iaa     Palestiaie'���������' reporting     alio  casualties   in    the     Palestine     earth-  ���������quake as  200  killed. 35*1 seriously  iu-  Jured.'-and 37& slightly burr.  Assembling in Toronto more ihsm  50 Canadiaai aviators adopted tentative plans foi the formation of an association of r.heir own. to be known  as the Canadian Aeroaiauiic Association.  'Volcanic e'*itpaion~ in past years as  given as one reason for the poor i-uu  ������r ssliaaon in Bristol Bay. Behring  Sea. ihis year. Reports say the pack  "Will lioi run more tlian half the usual  season's  raking:.  First of two seaplanes, to be Used  by pilots of the Dominion Airways  I^td., of Vancouver, in patrollinic ahe  West Kootenay for the forestry  branch has arrived Lu Nel-son froan  Qaiebec, to which point it Ava������>shipped  from England.  The Irish Free State, in a cable- received by Premier W. 1j. Mackenzie  Kinp from VVilliani T. Cosgrave.  president of ahe state o iblnea. ex-  l������iessc<l its sincere thanks for the  prime minister's messa.ee of condo  lenee respoctitip: lhe d������ath of the late  Kevin  O'HigsLns.  chihlrea-a and others aat. the annual  school fair and sports day held at St.  Jul ten re'ce.htlyv.-.  Pupiis   of   10... setaoois   iiau? exhibits  at. the fair.  Suffragettes  Stage  Demonstration  r~\ ���������. ��������� _: l- a       a_       it..       j-*., ^ A ��������� j-       m ..4;���������m  l~*������^r>a-t itMl^tJt       r\a       trie       Ui Cwiicau        itiguimu  That WiH Ever Be Held  Women suffragists in London hold  a demonstration recently -wiila ban  uers* flyauR in Trafalgar j><niare an  supjKjrt of Prtuiier Baldwin's so-  cKlletl. "flapper vole bill." a measaire  ���������^.a-aniin'j: the halloa, to all veiiietifoye'i'  21 years of uk<*. The demonstration  was led by Viscoaantess Uhondda,  who <J.?seribed the meeiauK as "the  last great suffragette denaonstration  that   wall 'probably   ever  be   held."'  Many of the suffragette leaders  were present, among: them. Mrs. lies-  paid. Mrs. I'e thick Lawrence and  Mrs.   Mil Been t   Fawceit.  WiBRipeg Newspaper Uoioi!  at court aaad the devoted friendship  kinds of actio- of Jonathan, the Khag's* H<m. .loaaathan  iva������ presenL when' Abmr. the captain  of the army, brought David, the vie-  toa-ious .eimnipion oi" Israel, into lhe  Kind's presence. At. oneo a beautiful  friendship sprang up between David  and Jonathan. They made acoAeaaanL  together, exchanging pledges, .iona-  (haai had  the  most  to gave.    Nothing  =     ,       ..   ...      ,,,,., ,    -was  too     good     for     his     new found  lyiTiles   aai   the ',1 vvlnkhia'g of; aai  eve.  Jo  and  I'ul  ray;'  a wireless force far more power?  than the .much heralded, "death  ' will anolt    battleships     anil     u/r-  frlotul, i'or  he loved  V'-avid ja.s liis own  'the   opiailoav   of   May Tesla.      lie   also ! soul.   ������in<l   stripping  off  his own ,robe  i _.U������ ..   . ,.  ,i.   .. ...'-.  ,    .   :������������������   ������ .   <   .    t-.t.-'i, I br*   i������r������x'������   il>;������*    io   'rij������������'i*i'   ���������>���������������.'���������   ..Ji    ������P   ������>i������-  : irrigation   projecis     and     ������o     operate | *}??*���������l>  evi'n  to  his  ������������'ord,  bow and'  {��������� lunn   machinery.  -aWMB15S������ld  DOUB1E MIKfT ���������; easy; to f  reatnennber���������and hard to for.  get.  once you've  tried  it.  Keeps teeth .white,  breath sweet, aids appetite  and digestion . . ���������  P'illtitlil  After  *.* * ��������� ��������� JIJ .SJLM M.*MJL������.JTLBJTUJtlLl*JUOLH-OLtH *.3'JH*X*  girdle    ���������The  prune gain   of    friendship    is!~'VV?_y       ------ ---���������-������������������     ..........  laatervlowed   lu   New   Vork   on   the j just,   ahe   knowledge   of  a.  noble   sou!, i C.P.R. in Stroitff Financial PoSiti  event  of   his     se v en t v-first     birthday-, i That was what.  Joaaalhan   felt.   David ~~   "&  Russia Preparing For War  Red  Been  A  "Wji v  the  Army    and     Fleet     Have  Greatly Strengthened  report, from Moscow says that  Commissar Voroshiloff sees in  VV'eek of Defence," which has  just closed, the end of iho. feeling  janiong ihe masses of false security  ������Hrtaooraaing Ihe possibility of Avar. All  workers, he believes, now are alive io j  lhe danger and the necessity*of being  prepared. All ryes arc lurtaed toward the Uod army and (bet, both of  -which, he says, have beeaa enormously sarengaiieaied during ihe pasi  year, the great tn.ijorii.y of whose  officers are equipped i heorel ically as  well as prnciically. und whose morale  is on a higher plane alum that, of the  Bolirgooise' forces.  Finance Commissar Bruckanov de-  claa<'S that ihe peasants will answer  tlae nrUish elTorl lownrd financial  l>l(i<'k::de by turning over their savings for the rcnmary'.s ilefence. lie  tledai'tl ihni tbe war haadgot. form-  csrly forty per c������-nl. of tlie country's  ������-ntlre budgH, u usl b������:- increased ma  terlally.  The au'Vli <if ti<>f������-nco wais eoaaduc.ted  ���������with  a   monster  rally   in   Muh'ow,  3���������������-  a   sluun   bailie   dinaonptrathvn  atiacli,   lanli    o[������eiMlions,   and  sports.  | the inventor announced he had proved  : experimentally he eoaild send Avite-  : less power half way around die tvo'i-h*.  | without losing >{> of i per cent., of it..  i "Wheal 1 was abotat nine 3 ears old  ?1 used t������ const ruct Hi ile -Wniter iur-  j biues in the streiuavs that rushed  I down ilie mountain sides neaa* any  j Jioiue in .Siuiljan. Jugoslavia." satid  '; Mr. Tesha. "On one occasion I told  : nay uncle, who was a Metropolitan an  j the Greek Church, that some day 1  j would put -wator pdVer appliances in  j Niagara Falls, about which I had  ; read."  Mr.   Tesh-t    nid.ed   in   the   designing  ; and   construction   of   the   lirst   power  j turbines  to be  placed  under  tlae   fam-  ious  Canadiaai-American     Falls,     thus  realizing his boyhooif dream.  Historic Sites Selected  At  avon Joiintlian's heail on the (lay  Avheaa he stood revealed in iili fhe  riches" of his regal hntwro���������that -day  when ���������'tldliafh "was slain. 'Daviti was  proved to be the grandest man oi  Israel, fullest of patriotism and -b������au-  ty, courage and skill, an������ all his quh\-  a ties Avere adorned and set off by his  humility.     As  you  read     the    stibse-  A Great Enterprise That Has Been  Ably Administered  To examine the situation���������-financial,  and otherwise���������of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the interest of United  States holders of Canadian Pacific  stock,  the New ....York investment and  quent  history  of  that   friendship   you i banking house of Wood, Struthets &  Jhf ^iL?Ptr������i? \hin]\ih'Ai Duvkl was!Co.. after patiently eslmustive inves-  1he  gainer,   tor Jonathan  was   a  pea- y.     .. .     ,   ,.       . . ���������   ,  feet miracle of tenderness, aaul was jt,gallons' including inspections.of the  never weary of sacrificing himself for I Diain portions of the railroad., haA-e  the interests of his friend; yet, 1 con- j issued a 90 page review, the general  celve that that would be false judg- ; conclusions of which are set forth in  meait. I am eertain of this, that: J'ona- i ,,      ,. ,,  than  would   not. have   agreed    to     it.. j th������   iollpivuig . summary: ���������.  David  was   hy far  the  anore  splendid V   "Ffw,   if   any, great eutei-prises haA-e  nature, and I expect a hat is Avlaat de- ! been anre   logically   conceived,   more  termlnes which is the    gainea*    in-    a ; skillfully completed, more thoroughly  friendship.    It   is the man    avIio    has ; ,n(.���������ll(1j.H    ^    ���������, , ,        ,    .   . ,  most ha  himself to  give    who    rIvor ��������� lnlogIa?*ed'  ������r  move   :ibly  a^"������?^r-  most.  not  fhe  man  who. has most or ! ed <lian tlie Canadhin Pacific. Fro.au a  what is    external    to    give."-���������Jaanes ! relatively- modest beginning, it stead-  Stalker. <r ' . []y  forged   ahead," till  it achieved   its  "Convey ihy  love .to   thy   friend   as  present  position   of   the -greatest   pri-  vately  Slairring  ������-hi<llua:  ������'lf    ������HH  lithleth  Cnnada's Flying IVIen  Aijaaouncenicnt that eighty ('man-  all Inn filers an* cotiuieilng for tlae op-  ���������jinrlimiiy lo part Ulpiiic iu lhe f.oai-  ���������iloii f������. Lotulitii aiipliuu- flight recsvlln  that <i.ii:ida coiitrlbuied nmiiy anon  <o flic nil* forier durinp lhe war and  i".:?"S*( !-1' 1 h:t* it ���������'till v">���������������'������'1 ���������(-���������������-���������������" :\ c<������r.  rJdci able nimibir of nn n qualified to  ���������update   tiirci'aift.  li'ii������ncif ll rticl.m <Im. V45, or Rtam-  Jord. <"tinn , Ih 'I boinas I'd-lKon's clos-  ������-j-.t aia-jl fd' ibe Hlfe of w^irld'r mort  fii'ollflr: Itivoiilor. Me litis neairly I.(K>0  ���������piif*. ikt h    <o    Ills    ciealil,    while    lOilif.on  1596  Makes   an    Attractive  Trimming  Charmingly   simple is    this     snaara'  frock, The Bliirt. is shli*red and joined  to the bodice  haviaag whirring at each  shouldei-, and the    long    sleeves    e.x-  teaad  iaalo  the  neck  and  are gathered  nt the lower edge to   narrow    wristbands.    Contrast tug ai?ateaial  Ib  used  l'or the bhfs facing, and, u long panel  extends  the   full  lenglh  ot* Hie front.  No. Ifi'lti is for misses and small \vo-  anen and Is In sizes 1(5, 18 and 20 years  j Si?.e   18   (KG busi)  requires  X',^  yards  j M9 laich. or 2*6  ywrds 54-incli araatorlal, j  j and     "U     yard     HJ'inch     contrasting.  I Price '20 cents the paUtern.  '      rioum sewing brings    nice     clotbos-  I within the reach of aall, and'to follow  the   mode   Is   delightful   when   It   euia  ] be  done  so easily and  economically,  I by   loliowiug   iho   styles   plci.iiredi   in  j oaaa- newfiiBhlon Book. A elaart accroua-  1 paaiylng  each   pattern  shows  the  a������a������-  I tcrial aas  it nptaoan*  when     eaaft    out.  < Kvery   dedal I  Is oxnlttltiod  no that, the  Incxpi.-i loncod  ."jcwer   cuu   antnliu   without,  dlfllculi.v     am     aat tractive     d reran.  I*a Ice ol the book 3 0 cent a the copy.  How To Order Patterns  AddiMHH Winnipeg  JMewflnaper Union,  JTG   Mt'lJerauot   Ave.,   Winnipeg  Memorial   Cairns   To   Be   Erected  Brandon  House  and   Fort  Carlton  Old     Brandon     House,     established  1794, not far from the present city of  Brandon,   Man.,   and   Fort  C*"ffUo'aa, fin  what, is  now the    Province    of    Saskatchewan,   haA'e   been     selected     for  early   ma a-king   by   lhe   historic   sites  and .monuments board, Ottawa.  Other  western  localities   -which   will   receive  the   memorial   cairn   or   slut ft   are:  At   Itanlietd   Creek.   Itarkely  Sound.  Vancouver   Island.   I5.C.���������Tea-minus-of .  Pacific  cable  connecting  (^anadia wifli  Austi*alla, completed in 11)02.  At Victoria. B.C.���������TVrt Victoria, an  early .'Hudson's Ray Company post  nnd the cetitre of the first organl/.eo  Ih-llish government on tlae Pacific. ������������������  the colony of Vancouver Island,  formed. IS 49.  At Point. Grey, Vancouver, li.C. ���������������������������  Meeting" place of Captain George Van-  eoaaver, R.N?. und the Spanish explorers  in  1782.  Telegraph pas*age, Skeena raver,  B.C.. was named In IJ-G5. when laa*ge  Kia,pplies of telegraph wire were landed tit ere in that year to carry ont fhe  construction of a telegraph line froan  America 1.0 Europe via Bering Si rait.  On the successful laying of the Atlantic cable in ISCfi the scheme was  abandon-d.  an a 11-0 w to the mark, to stick tlie re, |  not as a ball against the wall, to re- ��������� va<������'">" owned, transaiortation anacliine  bound back to thee; that friendship j lav flu* world. And throughout this try-  will not continue to the end that is j ing period of expansion, it is gratifv-  begun  feu- a^iuh^^uaHes. I iny. to np,e  ihat'ihe . .enterprise    has  j been developed with due regard to  ; profits for owners, aa well as service  I to patrons. ,  j "Its unbroken dividend; record ex-  i teiails back for almost half a ceaitur3r.  j From IS.S3 (the years of its first. tUs"-  I bursement to its stockholdea*s) fo  j date, its dividends have averaged 6.7  i per cent, "per annum, whilfe 110 less  j than 10 per cent, has been paid for.  j Ihe last 17 years. Not- does the dirt-  I dend record alone tell the whole story.  I For every dollar paid, in -dividends oai  i its coninaon shares, it has retained,  I in the form of surplus, aaa additional  i .seventy-seven eera,ts. .'J'he book value  of iis common  shares is now $24 4.  "Its reeoa-d lor service (as distinguished from profits) is even more  rcauarkable, for it was the pioneer  aaad has ever since been the chief factor in furnishing the thinly settled  i Dominion of Canada with transportation facilities a quarter of a century  in advance of their needs aaid at a*ates  materially below those prevailing on  Hi Is sid,r> of the lane. Aaad lo supplement    this   extensive,   rail   service,   it  It's  a  question which    are    worse,  shortcomings'  or  long Hayings.  Landmark Will Be Preserved  Famous "Banbury Cross" Is To Be  Lett-"  Standing  The Mayor of Banbury, in Oxfordshire, has announced* ihat a compromise has been effected whereby the  Banbury Cross, known to millions of  children as the objective of tlie "Ride  of the Cockhorse." as to be saved from  the demolition deananded by auaoists  01a ahe ground tlaat it blocked ahe  road and .endaaagered, traffic.  The railings about it will be a-e-  moved aaxd the lumps set back to give  ti wider loaxtway.  Hundreds of letters from America  aaad all the British dominions, it is  said, asked for the preservation of  tlae kindmai-k after news of the campaign of the motorists Tor its aeiuov-  al was  cabled a-oaaud  the world.  Have "Eight Million  Reserve  Western  wheat    pools    have    been  able  to  set.   aside   Iaa   three years,  by  elevator  and   comiueriial   reserve   deductions,   ti>e large  total  of !*;8.000,000 ; has developed  one of lhe most oxlcn-  to enftaa-e the safety of their organ-  1������alloaa and to carry out its project8.  Approxianately $3,000,000 will be set  aside fro.vn the proceeds of the 'l!'2')  pool as commercial nnd elevator re-  ���������serves.  New White Star Liner "Laurentic" Launched  Pattern   No...-    Slae.  Name  Town  *%���������,'  H    U.    JtU'i  , I      Sim-   miit1-**   honotuy   Im   due   to   the  ������ liii'**i������������-ikMa������'ii������"M-   1 Hereof,  <ti'>t*$M-  *-f-������F   .IfitHfif*  The T.aurentic, belonglaag lo the  White Star *Un������>l was launched w-  ceaaly nt llelfaat and wlie will bo ccni  (tinted early in the winter after which  nlie will be used on Mpdlterrnaaeaaa  crulseH.    Ke������t tpiing adao  will  enter  I Im,   <'(i >i������>I|,im    drii.l'.   ������nn������1    ������������nl|   h*lwW'll  Uvoapool  aaavd   Mont read.     Thhs liner,  11Mn������ti ioiiK, win i^hiim������ with th* While  Star liner Albert Ie. the distinction or  belnjr the largest cabin liner on ibe  St. Lawrence route. She will have  lacconainodaitlon foa* 1.(100 pustierigerH.  Including cabin, toaarlrt cnbln and  tlaJrd, clatHH, aaid repoitn from over-  m>������������i ln������ti������M������t������. (lm| li#������r' >!M*������''v'iV!iTie(in tifiP.  Ut (><*ual to that lu the moul .modern  hot*l,  save and favorably known inter-ocean  shipping routes to say aaolhing of its  excellent Ihifisli Columbia coast service; telegraph, express and sleeping  car services hare, boon crented; laav-  poslaag lines of hotels erected; aitid  mineral resources of aaaagaaitaade. exploited  aaid   pa-ofitably developed.  "The great war checked the normal  growth  of   the 'linininiou   aiadi left;  be-  lalaad   problems'   of   grave   laaaportiance,  llaal graadually Ihe Uoanlnioai 1s enaerg-  j ing from the effects of Ilae war, Inami-  jgration  Is Increasing and promises to  I develop oven more fsatlf-l'aciorlly. Jind.  i In   lil<e  insaanuu-,   lhe Canadian  Pad lie  i Im  iiirikin*g progress.  ;      '"J'he    holdei-H   of   tlie   coliRollrtatod  debeui.ure  Niock  ami  i������i ior olaligailoiih  of  the  Ciinadhni   Patilflc, eveai  during  1 llu   latitial  perlotl of develojanient  and  1 the   more   trying  period   commencing  , with  the war, laaive enjoyed excellent  I seourlly.  JUirluK the lmat ilejonde  llM'i'.  ' cluirgea  on    these    obligations     havo  I been   en rued   011   sin   a vertigo  of  more  I that p.   4.1   times  and   the   linnets   seciir-  I lug 1 hem are valued  by  Urn company  , ai   uiuje   than  a   billion  tlollan-, or  -IM  ' limes   lhe   hum.tint   of   Hi������������   dobcntui'^  ! slock   oaa I h1 si lading.  ;     "Mhe Invefltnaeiat a-hics lo the slinre-  | holders   lire   c.ompeaiKutcd    to   am    nai-  I aa������taai extent; 'by tha piosjuMits <d  mora  I thnn   commen.'uai ale     reward     ������lioitl������,>  (heir faith In  tho eailerprlne be vindl-  esite.d. Not oaaly do they receive n g������"*t>-  eroias   rate   cf   ifturaa,   alio   Hafely   of  which  scums In have  been ������deo,niitely  tiasled In thi 1 hint   deiTide by (he Citn-  adhiii   Pa-i.-lllc's .sin cess In  coping with  the   Irving  clrcunif-tavces of   the   per-  iod.  but   there  aire     several    aveuucH  whif-h   will   (aoKHlbly   le'std   to am e^vellt-  unl   position   of   pr������Mp< rlty   ox< ding  tlant   of  any  former period  of its   hhi-  torv. THE   KEVIEW,   12KESTON," B.   CL  T.  m*  <r*\\  .13   rw  i,narmingiieneeiioii  is oBfainea by using  Culicirra Soap  - Daily, assisted by Cuticura Ointment'  when tequired. It "keeps ilie pores  active, tbe skin clear and free from  irritations and the scalp in, a healthy  hair-growing condition.     ' g  xjampio   Eaoh  St.* i>y inui.    Adureaa   Cuuuiian   Sew*:: a  "SUnhotUf. Ltd.. M.on*ir������������l."    F'rire, So������n 2Ke,   Ointment 8  25 and 50c. Talcum iiSc. _ 9  Cuticura Shawns Stick 25c. !  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  had been able to follow the Blue and  Gold Book on ' the "Curio" meeting,-  "Stories about Hymns" meeting,  "Cooking oaat of doors" meeting,  "Irirth Storied" meeting, but where  could ihey get ��������� enough foreign girls  to go around? There were fifteen  girls in the group. If they <Ad get  fifteen girls how could they all get  time lo do' a piece? And it wouldn't  do to leave any out. Maybe "some  wouldn't like some of the others, and  wilh so many nations a*epi*esonted it  anight   make   troaable,   even   lighting!  I-,ucy Po-wors at this cried out, "Oh,  gee. wouldn't that, be fuai?" She was  of Hibernian extraction.  Confiaci Oyer Skii't Lsn^Shs .    !  l)oaothy  Moss  was     afraid.  'The,  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,   1925  CHAPTER V.���������Continued wicked   wailin,'   wlailin'   wailin,'   we'll  "ii'- ._-    ������i.w'   ii,tt������.^^.,M������M    m*t   -M !hear Uie kicked wailin' in tha^gareat  home,"   he   gruanbled.   "It's   a   wonder  -.they   p-o   home- to", sleep:    I   fully  ex,  'peel   to iind a" bunch" of    them    here  bonie morning.   The new man is bug-  house oa making the church serve the  'young people.    If he had to  clean  up  ���������and   this  new    battleship    linoleum  shows every mark���������he might feel different.     There's   no   respect   for   tlae  sacred* ..edifice .iany^inoiyey "I. ca*cptfget  .used  to riotlhg-a^d "mirth * in    (tod's  house,  an  the   cleaniai'fup'^yaf ter? ilyis?  fearful;  and my word!  this-swl.ninaln'-  "'pool   that,   he's gofti' to put in Is a wlck-  < ed   thing to me-  The houae  of God"'is  ^for  the cleans in', of lierafs.    'Cleanse  your  hearts aaid  not >our gar*njeiits/  - says  Job.     *\Vlilted  ^pialchre3,v*iia'ak-  f in' clean   the  outside of  the  cup ~ and  . platter while the inside is full of rav-  ��������������� 110113  Wiplye3*'~ain't    it     the     -livin'  truth? Baat no one listens to me now  ���������my  ways  is   out   of  date.     It's   all  ^d^thyyotilli;??ahdf?r ^wouldh'-t mind1 ?ao  much if  he brought in  only .-our own  yoiang people.    r,burIed,theiK-fathers  and   mothers,   some     of    them,     and  e.laVaWter)'9tT;''-iiaehi, ?but this? aiian  brings  iiv tevery tag 'end "he can   tlnd-^-odds  iindyends-y^odds and' ends���������what does  h'>;oare.  This church had a _na������"ie be -  fora-he came.     Mori? cats and-better  cars til epped at oiir c-iia-b (hah at any  foreigners   quarrel   so   Among ^-themselves,"  she   said    '"and     they'Ve     so  fierce.     Our     washerwoman's     sister.  killed   her  roan   at   Gi-mli.   and   when I  j day.' That was a grand hymn?-to  bring conviotioja to a stony heartland  to such as be of a ������perverse countenance. Now it's all 'Love o' God, Xiioye  o' Godi, Jesus the Friend.' Soft iVcall  it, and too easi^ :,..  These >oung ones that come here-���������  tell me rhey are Christians? *Dldl"'you  ever repent?' 1 says. 'Lots of tiafa.es/-  says  they.     Ia   that religion? V  yWeJl.yhere "theyf come, rampiu'  dowaa"the sfairs? '-'The"-Merry Maids/  that's- ai; silly na-nie for a religious  society. '''Where's the Christlan^fEn-  deayor, the Epworth League, Vthe  King's Daughters/' ���������"  "Good evening, 'Mr. ?Sima/' cried  the girls, swaarolng aroaind theyoau  man; "Vou have fixed the seats for  us. haven' you? You're a good - old  scout-'* 4  5Sriiji.orvr������i2 *b������������era_n to sAxxuz.  "llow do yoai do. "Mr. Slma,  , How,do,.you do"?.,,,-,.,.......���������....',.,       ' "���������  Is here any thing that we can    ~^  }}   r,, ������������������ , do for^yoai?''. .-��������� at', }}.{/:  '  "Shut a-<T> girls," said "Lucy Powers,  severely. 'I want to talk seriously to  Mr, Slyns^ He asked ine tho other  day if I ever repented, and:I want to  iell, him I've doia^ acothtiaig else all  week. I've been kept-In";oyery recess  for not getting ray essay clone in time.  othea;? church   in  town.       WhatV-now? j and I've had to watch the other girls  B:fcby'-*''eai&'ia''ges'.:r l playing while  I sat inside  struggling  benLril feeds.  Jl?fiatt:ybrpXeu ^garter*^  fissile paper, tabie napkiavs-rolled Ihto  wads., sandals'? '��������� comfoa-ts,  babies  bot-  tifts?  i 'Servjn*   the   neighborhood/   he  sa-,.1:    It's gran'd to bP *a sinner theset  days - aliere's so mil ch done for -'ihea-a  ���������and   even   at.  that. :he ,don't ybeiieye  in hellil asked hltu, and what'did he  . say ? Says he/ 'I woaaldn't like to take  ^���������-the .'.re^pnBibinty^:.^  riViie!--saya,-'������-''^nfeke-?-awayf -liell-. f roan foui*:  .'S'^eligaon/ says 1. 'and -where are we?'  '?| stays 1, iind he went out laugh in' like  *?rm overgrow'n   schoolboy   ���������   laughln'  ?Vbei'iause lie ci/utd not aaaswer ane.  V ������������������'. Tvellgioaa   tiin't   what   il.  aased  to   be.  V There's no way of warnin' the wicked  jVaaow, Whea-e's the good old hymns  ywo used ^ to    sing--'We'll     hear    the  IRDLLWftLK  Mrs- Horn Tells  ho-w Lydia E.  Pinkham^s Vegetable Compound  Restored Her Health  y ?v"-*'���������r -ryr������������������ -  ���������' Hamilfcon.Ont.���������''Ihave taKen Lydia  E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Comt>ound  11 ��������� - ���������?���������'"'���������'���������"��������������������������� ?������������������? ' ? and would not bo  without it iiovir,  I had a fern������To  ta*onble ao baldly I  could hardily walk  nnd I wasi all run-  clown aand eoaild  heirdly get around  t<������. do my houHa-  Wdflf;. I would he  iaa bod th roe or  four days at a  tlmfe. y X wus told  _by -ji'fE-Lcnd to try  your Vegetable Compound. 1 did. And  lay the tame I took two bottles I wan  beujinninuf tomtit around aiaJ*ain. I took  teta bottlea an all, and now I ana all  riHit again nnd doing: my own work.  1 have iiix pfrown-upa to work for, so  I have plenty to do. I rIho used Lydia  E. iPinkhunVt* Sanative.Waiih, and I  think it ita good. But I own amy health  to thi*' Vcijcl:::'.^ C^mpci*\*j*nt*5, and I.  think ifftnoroof it waa uaed wo������aen\  would ho better olT, I would not bo  without it if it coat anuch more.''���������  Mr.������i.NKl.u-K.liAMliiBOlfK 805 Eaitaat Can*  uoaa Street, llumHton, Ontario.  Tla> you reel broken down, nervous  anil vmifcwotnetimew.? Lydia fij, Piaak-  ianrnr������ Vet?QtnbleCoaiapountl iaa nxcol-  letit to take aat HUela utime. It ������lwayu  ho\p% und if taken a-������(rularlirand ljior-  ������nkHt������������nt ly, will! r^liwuA ahin ������������i������n>*������tli+Un. ft  W..  K.    V. - It>j>l....  with an essay on ���������"Concentration" and  the teacher? was nasty to me ail the  time, and I've had saseh a bad time, 1  ne^rlyVldst'Vtny^reHgion^^ctoight I am  '%f)JaagfVtifj ,}&sk''''t6r$tf\������S'jiyB&ora of the  eoagregatjoti for the teacher���������she's  ���������sat*, mean- that she'll either change or  die or something. J'll leave that to  ;;the;"'Xi6,rd."V:',"':''   :'??x;V- ��������� ���������>. _  Mildred Masters had: a. .problem,  too. "Say,. Mr. SimB, ian't yi|y: flerc������  when no one, seems to un<!js(rstand  you? fYpat kuovir I resolved tp|vfcry to  smile thia weelt and see if rnllea and  mflea of ainilea would grow?^ from  mine, and when 'f smiled a ti teacher  when f^Jie waa scolding ,m*9 sb������ aaid  to me right before everyone/-';"Take  that si fly grin off your face/^V Now  what is a poor girl o do? Isn't Jife the  btiuk, anyway"? What would you* havo  said to her. Mr. Slmn? Tlaey'llfj-tJo the  rest now, don't you.botfher; tho Uoukc  Commilt.ee has lo gol the aaaeal'ready.  you just advise  me." "} SS  ��������� Mr. Stjiaa laid down la la brbom and  eonsidoaed tha troubled soul: fberore  hian,, whose, i*od cheeka and abta-flcllnii;  eyes plainly helled the sad jtono of  her Volcio, The a*est of the glrlfl  swarmed Into the klleheai.  Miss ttodgerfl, the teacher b(;''Canadian uiiis ha"*Training," drank deeply from tho Blue aad tlold Book in  her hoaars of need, for.that wonderful  book lu ia tloojit well, aiad aao o*ue need  drtiw uf[* an ompty bucket who dips  Into It. It known, all ,about vr'oi'k,  ?iiuioiiK girls, iind it cam te?l you ������x-  ,0? o'tly liow logo about eaeji .meetlnfif,  MIhh Itodge������'fl, "vybo hnd undoartaJten  to load ibin group or glrla, would  lu'ivo perlahed' ioaag hoforo If nhe "Jinfl  not had the Blue and Oolal Book. It,  aaid tlial the anooting for thin month  would bo soelnl in ita character, and  the "aetlvlty" woxild be tho ontertritn-  nient of foreign gii'lti. The miiihII  print tiahl, "rij|ii*o are probably ������ott\o  gli-ht of roreljRm birth in your n*������larh-  boj'hiooul^ laaylle Shunt Itx n -vuii"j[������or  meeting. Fh������d out if thoy raw jdng  or recslto. l-lven If It ii������ In a languaBo  lanlcnowaa to- jou It will make *,h������an  feel that they belong If tlitiy contribute to pour program." (Do yoti aee  now how doep tlao , Blue and tjoht  Hook In?)  M1������������ Hodgerd explained  the pro-Ject  to  hor   "Merry     MuJd*."     Coni*ter������ia  tion  ant  on   their  yourtjs   fa<'<o������.  They  ahe was in jail ;at Stoney Mountain:  nay inother Ayerai, to' see her and asked  hea; if she wasn't sorry, arid she said?  she was. and mother thought thai;  was a good sign, and maybe she was y  going to repent and find pardon buify  she went, right on and said Bhe wa������-  sorry she had not .killed hLan long?  ago. Mother did hot know what to?  say. But -.Mrs.. Karaski said she be-y  lieved in Cod all right, if that's what?  another wanted to know. "God "vvas:  alright, you bet," she said, and shej  was thankful, too. God" had been goodt  td*^ her" and let her find the axe just?  when she \vas getting the worst of it.  Mother came Iiaahe all shaken tap."  Hattier Butterfield had a bright  ware. "Let's begin with one foreign  girl���������real foreign, I mean, just out  from some foreign country���������and I  know one. Miss Abbie Moore has a  FiEin girl, and she smiles at me every  time,. I pass, and she does her hair  just like we do now, and she lias  white shoes and all, and she comes to  church", and you wouldn't know it on  her." Hattie did not specify just  what it was that Hetmi,was able to  conceat. ...   .  Miss Rodgers lntea"vene<i. "Re-  member girls," she said, "foreign  girls are just like us. They feel, see,  are hurt or pleased, just like us.^ It  Just happened they were bom in another country."*  "I guess evei-yohe woaald want to be  born British iff they could," said. Hat-  tie  complacently.  Miss Rcdgersfshook her head. "Not  a bit of it, Hattie;; eyeryoaie likes her  own country best.- But w.e are American, and I like my own country , best.  But we raa*e making ..a,uewr; country  here In Canada, and we will love it  best of all because we are makiarig it,  We are njiiking paths aad iaylaig  foundations, and that is what makes  life her-j so interestirg. Now this  Finn girl who lives with Miss Abbie  Moore, she ia a Canadian frotn choice.  She has come to us. Most of you  were born here and had no choice iai  the matter at all. So let us consider  her a true Canadian by her own  choice. I thank we will just have  thia one girl, and we'll make It her  party. ���������  "Gee, Miss Rodgers." said Xucy,  "that will be a riett dish for hor���������a  party all for herself!, Mother says you  can spoil these foreign girls easy."  "Not many people are spoiled by  being- made happy/' said Miss  Rodgers gravely, "and aa orphan girl,  ail alone, working for hea* living, is  not likely to be .petted overmuch.  Well what do you say. gla*la."  (To Be Continued.)  /(Movement"Is bra5' ffaa, Europe .To������Intro  due������ Longer Skirts  "While Aaiierica  has  accepted with  complaisance cua*rent fashions' in W  men's  clothes both on the street and'  oia   the   beaches,   there   seems   to���������_bea  isome agiiaaion in Europe as to tlie  moral significance of skirt lengths  and bathing suits," reads au editoris-l  in. The Outlook.   -       - *���������  "llecently one faction <yf the Queen  Louise Association in -'Germany declared that short skirts were, a sign  of moral degeneracy and began a  campaign for long skirts," The Outlook editorial continues. "For some  reason, it developed into a rural  versus iaj*ban conflict, and the women  of Berlin banded together iu defense  of prevailing fashions.     Ou'.   another  front we flud Italian "women protesting against current brevaties and carrying their campaign to an insistence  upon skirts below the shoe-tops for  all Ifalla'xi .girls. In some districts  the .ii^vement^  met with-'. ScotisiderahleS? success: Vln?  Bologna childi*en with,    short    sk'h-ts  are   barred   from   the   &chools.   wluie  throughout   Italy - stricter - regulations -  are in  force    for ^modesty " on    the  beaches.  "But it Is in Turkey that the most  da-astic movement is., under way. ?Nurai-  ber3 of ivfoslein women are support-'  ingfVa Camp-oigii? foi* a ImifSa^ vdtesis"  for all wottiien. .Extravagance and  feminine jealousy are the evils this  ���������movement lights, rather than moral'  degeneracy, .atid its progiRaii. is for  the adoption of some universal costume, neat but not gaudy. Perhaps  this wolild solve" many problems, but  we somehow doubt the success of the  movement. Women will dress pretty  much as they desia-e despite all attempts at r-reform or standardization,  and "we may safely leave even sldrt  lengths and. bathing-suits to their own  sense of propriety."  * 1"*������-E������    ���������r>-r#-������'ivf'S2*ie*'i&0   t  _fvT  KEEP CHILDREN WELL  DURINC HOT WEATHER  BALLOON   TIRE   SBRVIGE|  Another Reason "Why They Serve       ;|  'rfpiorists JSetler and Save Them Mottsu%  The advent of the Balloon Tire re-|  r,ouired. an expansion in repair methods. ?  Wo '���������me^*^s*^^tiiaj0dQra-.;^  were bjpeni^'at^tlic Firestone factories'  where the Firestone dealers and theirV  repair men have been instructed in they  ��������� care of tirxss and.'������������������xxic uesc of the specially-"  "designed fe^3*fwnte Balloon Tire equip-?  ment. "'""������������������   "'    '"'" }    ��������� At  In    each    territory    throughout   the?  country Dealer Educational Meetings  have been held. These have been at-|  . tended by mostof the^^ Firestone Servlcol  Dealers who have obtained the latest:?  iinfoirmatio'n regarding-tire-construct-?  ion, care and repair methods.  Firestone Dealers are Icept up-to-date  on tire deyelopment and servica���������fr  contutually progressing iand improving  their ability to serve you better, and  ... save you. money. See athe nearest Fire-  atone Dealer to-day and let hini handle  your tire requirements.  FIRESTONB TIRS fls  RUBBER  CO.  OF CANADA LIMITED  Hahitltbri, Ontario  MOST MILES PER DOLLAR  ll^^Palfl^  Firestone Builds tbe Only Gum-Etfpped Tlrea  Easy Way* To Drown  Wido Choice Given Peopla Wh0 Lack  Common Seraaa  The Ga-aiad Rapidrt Pa*esa suggests  (lovoi'al ways in ���������which bathorfl with  more erithUBlaaau than good eeuse,  can. ������rad their Uvea:  Ataong- this summer's eiarlleat lea-  aotiB, In ea.ny waya to die by drowning  aro tho foliowior, culled froutt ono  Sunday'** report of aalaie ������uch trag-  edtnH oaa  MhihiRfiti laker*:  Ro'cklnK the boat, two ileathri;  Ualnaj a leaKJriK boat, two deaths.  ITslaf-f uaalcaaowaa b^aach and. atopplng  Into hole, two denl.laa.  Swlmnahaj'' d������Hpllo iiadlKoatiora. oaao  death.  SwinarnliiB aea-oan tho lake ftloiao,  ���������oain <*liiath.  lltcllrafar aai o I orb oat awolla Iai canof.  oaae death.  I,lf������ might nut ho quite ho pleaaaant  wllhoial. oi'oaHlonnl acts of naodloM  dartaiff flrad foo"l1filaneii������. lhat It would  Im a umat d^al uioru dlillc-.talt. lor thta  t'.ilm I'teapuv to ilo hU hnrvoctlaK.  Tiaalh Im* a valitrt todity it haa n������������v-  ur had befor-tt.  Every .mother hhows how fatal the  hot sumitiea* months are to asanLall  chlld.ren. Cholera Infantum, diarrhoea,  dysentery, colic and stomach troubles  are rife at this time and pftett a pre-,  cious little life is lost after only a few  laours ill ties s. The rnothsr who keeps  Baby's Own Tablet-s in ��������� the house  reels safe. The occasional use of the  Tablets prevent stomach and bowel  Iroubles.-or if ta-oaable comes sudden ly  ���������as it generally does���������the Tablets  will brinitr; the baby safely through.  They are sold by medicine dealers or  by mall at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Qo��������� Broelc-  vllle, Oht>  Enjoying the King's Garden.  -.���������:>���������'       '���������- -  -' *  Public   Admit*|ed  to  Grounds   at  San-  dringham Two Days a Week  The King's garden at Sandrlngham  came fla-st in the list of gardens Jav  England afad Wales opened to' the  public laaader the Jaaaae schemo. Its  share iai that scheme, however, ia  much larger than this would imply.  Most of the gavdens may ho seen on  only ou������ day, ���������vyhei-eas admission, to  Sandrlngham is permitted daarlaag tho  absence of tho courtVon every "Wednesday anal Thursday, from May 1 to  September 30. the total of the sixpences paid at the gate being equally  divided, by the King's conrajmaaid, bo-,  tweeia Queen Alexandra Memorial  fund and local charities. I���������ast year  local charities benefited to the extent  of betweon JG600 and ������7t>0 from the  fees.  SixndrlnKhaaai loaves lis visitors  happily to themselves with, a largo  liberty, The parties which take their  Rlmpie laancheon sitting on tho grass  aanoaag the flowers may, very evidently, ho trusted to leave aao litter. J\  better expression oC tho prevalent  Kpia-lt. could hardly he wished thatutho  adanonltlon addressed by a woman aw  hor flmrall aa'bn: "Yos, you can smell  tho llowea-s, but. aaot too hard."  MiiKlttli-ntrt do tulkatlvti imIsouui) :  "Now, -wJaiit haivia  you   got to' say?"  J'rlsonerJ "I've got a good deal to  Hay, guv "nor, If you'll give me time  to nay It,"  Magistrate: "Oerlalnly; Hlx  months."  Pmiia HGO.nOO.OOi) to ^SOO.OflO.-OUlO la  paid oaat yearly for papem thai at������ed  to hn destroyed before .loiepb CJattl,  a 1'arlc How, New York, ttewrtbaiy, bo  ������i������n   frtt I rtr< | Uti*   | H*������mni   nnd    ������tt*%l\ n*������   *b*������Wi  to   mill ft   that   mako     wrmppnm     aud  I rwi'4'Oiin.  | Lattie Helps For This Week |  As many as walk according to this  rule, peace he on them.-���������Gal. -vi. 16.  The  Highest   culture   is to  speak  no  fill;-   :' -i';'"  :--y;^?-v-.,-.,:??  The best reformer Is the -man ���������whose  eyes' ������������������".: "���������    ; ���������' ������������������    ?'-:-"? ���������������������������-'���������'  Aa*e tpaiclc  to   see all beauty and all  '_' -worth, "?''?.'  And by his own. disca-eet/ ���������Avell-b'a'clerred  life,".'"'"'      "���������"���������"��������� ''���������" "; ",' ":  Alone reproves the erring   .  J?.ike aloaie acts upo*n? like. Therefore, do not amend by reasoning, baat  by? example; approach ^feeliaig by  feeling; do not hope to excite lovo  except by; love. Be what you wish  othea*s to becrwme. I^et yoaarseJf aud  not yoaar  woa*ds  preach.  .���������-Henri.Frederic Amlel.  A- ma;  sernrion.-  's  conduct is   an    un.^jsoken  -Henri -FredericV'Anaiel.' ���������  Canadians Go Abroad  "V  Estimated   That   Nearly  25,000   Canadians Touring Europe This  . Year   ���������  Fa-eqaacaat surveys are being mat!������  of the value of the American tourist  trade to Canada: hut theYo aro no  nat.lm'iates of the vahae of the Canadian trade to Euaopo. |  This year tho passports ba*an������h of  the Department of External Affairs  has Issued over IS,000 new 'passport.**  and renewed "1.S0O passports previously Issued. It ia conservatively  estimated that nearly 2">,000 Canadians na*o abroad thin year, mostly  In l-'uropo.  Relieves Awthma at Once, K you  could read lhe thoaasanda of aiaaisolic-  ited .hatters received hy f.h������ tnukora  fa-om grateful uaera yoti,' too, would  realize the ronaarkablo powers of Da*.  J. I). Kellogg'B Asthma Iteaiaedy. All  ensos. Incipient nnd chronic, aro  bonefttod by this ga*eat family, remedy. Why suffer or expoaianent with  -worthless' praparntldna^ when tho  geamlpo Kolloggij'a can * ho. purchinaod  everywhere.  Some saaeaa are hovaa great, some  ai-.hlevo gaeatoej-rt and the majoa-lty  do not troiahle themselves vea*y aaiuch  aho'.st  it...  A pleasant medicine for chLUli-en to  Mother Oravoa' Worm KattermJnatoa-,  and It Is excellent for driving w������nai������  fronai tho system.  Them In ano rest for the man who  doe* ovoi-ytiring hla wlf<a  tolls lilnx tw  Minardi'* t-tn'mnnit. totr t������ii������������ct 6lt������w. f%mn., ni'im a������������  ^aiaassx-ta'jw  jn>j& arjura w  *sr(���������  back in the late sixties thousands of tyscGS  of British Columbia's timber were sold for one cent  per acre, which looked like a fair Drlee���������then. Today similar timber is worth from $150 to $200 per  acre, so tremendously has timber appreciated in  value within the? scope i������f an average lifetime,,  What the young growth of today will be worth 60  years from now is beyond computation if it is protected from fire and allowed to reach maturity.  The moral is obvious;  Tbe Beview is asked to correct an  error made by the finance committee  of the Confederation Jubilee celebra-  tion in acknowlcding donations. The  Id-O.B.A. gave the $5 credited to the  **      -#���������*.   ������������������������  Geo. fi. Ke.ly haa disposed of tho  old drugstore building, next the Mercantile, to Ghs.g. MasrelU v.*ho has  already taken possession and is enlarg*  ���������lip" ������nS    Operations    lu    trier    nGi3F <iui4  feed line.  JLen Mawson of Kimberley waa a  Weekend visitor with his parents here.  Witaa hiBa ,.i%t'e' .Kathleen H������& Toss-ssiy"  Mawson who will spend August with  their ^ranparents, Mr. and Mrs. T.  Mawson.  This week will about wind up  the 192? raspberry shippings .The  crop was expected to be light but  selling afrencies state the outgo * of  berries was even lighter than originally figured*  A construction crew of half a dozen  men with their. sidedooar puiinaans  made Oreston headquarters ' -a couple  of days at tbe first of the week, while  sinning*; a new telephone wire on the  U.f.K. pole line beween*) Kimberley  and the amelter at Trail.  Word .reached Creston on Tuesday  Baorniug of the d^ath at the old Essen's  hoane at Kamloops the night previous  o" Josofsh Brcwu, who up till shout-  three years ago was ������ resident of  Creston, and for many years employed.  ������L  ������!?*������������&'   ^^^S^tSu&^m  -lis������  r-������&     K .B.d������w&  vntx.%^.^wrnvrn.  ������ay  wjr  Applications for- pei nait& to cut bay  on Creston flats are being mailed out  this week by the assistant grazing  ranger, H. ES. Browne, from his office  at Nelson 140 of these applications  will go  out.  Kiaiabii-rley Press: Miss Elva ELelley,  of Creston, and Ma-.  John   McDonald,  SSs-b. tsisti������a**s p-rchestra is putting on  a dance in tlie Parish Hall on Friday  night, August 5th, -with an adnaassiou  of @! to gentlaauen, and 50 cents to  ladies, which includes supper. The  orchestra announces that tt has taken  the night of she fall fair for a dance.  rushes. In, addition to this there  wiii be a levy of 25 cents e. ton to pay  association run n ing espenses. The  first-mentioned charades will be collect-  ed at time cutting permits are issued,  and it is-likely the secretory will be on  hand at the same time ' to secure the  other two-bit assessment.  WATER NOTI&B  At a meeting of the executive of  Oreston Valley Stockbreeders* Association on Thursday night it wae  arranged that the 1327 cuaarges to hay-  msskers'" would be 50 cents a  ton   for hay   and   35 cents  ton   for  TAKE NOTICE that the MmiiotpaH*fe*/ of the  VUlage.of Oreston, -whoso address is Creston.  B.C> will apply tor a iiOwusw>fc������ tt*ke ������uu-us������ SO  onbto feet, ^r aooond ot -water put of Goat  Kootenay .River about Ave miles from the head  of Kootenay Lake. Tiae water will be diverted  from the stream at a point about too yards  north of the south boundaacy of Sublot 16 of Lot  813, Gp. I. Kootenay EMstrfct, and will ha used  ?asr EMi'wns' rautrssstsaa^   This unties tors nasteA on  for power Baarposi_.     .. r   the ground on fchey-Ifith ������lavvof July, 1887.  s sofcic������ was pasted on  . ���������  _._ ._     vdav of July,1827.   A  copy of this notice and an application pursuant  ������, thereto and to tbe "Water-Act,1914, wilE he filed  Tin the offl������ce of the Water Recorder at Nelson,  B.C. Objections tothe application may lis filed  with the said Water Recorder, or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings. Victoria, R.C.. wlthtn thirty days  after the Ssst ap*oearanoe of thia notice ia a  local newspaper.   The date of.the first pubHea-  i ������M3i -MUNIOIPAMT^ OF "THE  VXM*A.6S3 OF CRESTON.  By FRANK fi. JACKSON, Ageni;  ci  jukiiamn?i"ir-^r, '   TIT a  till    n xs*mt  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOKEST SERVICE  Local and farsonal  Por Kksst���������Fivtsr-oonai cottage, good  location.   P. H. Jackson.  BlBTH���������On July 29th, to Mr. and  Mrs. F. C. Rodgers, a son.  Potatoes���������Bljg, new potatoes, S  cents pound:.   C Kelsey, Erickson.  Miss Fraser of Baafour is a Creston  visitor thia week, a guest of Miss  Phyllis Hafflsiltoju  *? *mo*  1st and  Mi������. P.  ������jui *������-h5T���������������?e ������'  2nd.    Pull  ES. Jackson.  jepueioaot1?  particulars later.  Members   of Christ   Ghuareh vestry  are remanded of the monthly commit  te������ meeting after the service Sunday  evening.  Mas. J--������sry and son. Jack, feft on  Thursday \hst for Trail, where they  will probably be making their home  aaaa fastui-e.  Cow Fob Satjs���������Grade Durham. 8  years old, just freshened. $50. John  Sherwood. Creston.  Procure  your  repairs   for  Frost & |  "Wood mo-wears, while oiat stock Is complete.   S������ Am Sneere.  Skaijbrs���������For sale, about 24 dozen  settlers, all sizes and in good condition.  Mrs. ay*". Pisher. Creston.  Cow Fob-Sale���������Milch cow, Jersey-  Holsteib, will freshen early in September.    H. Clements, Creston.  For Sale���������Place your orders now  for good second cutting alfalfa, 5*32������  ton delivered.   Boffey Bros.. Creston.  Mrs. R. Stevens and her guest Miss  Molly Islip of Nakusp, left on Monday  for the latter place where Mrs. Stevens  wall spend a few days'before going on  taa Vancouver to visit for a month.  Mrs. John Cooper, who has been  visiting with hea* parents, Mr. and  Mrs. A. Comfort, leaves for her home  at Trail today.  Sheep���������Yearling ewes. Leieesters  and Merinos, can supply from one to  100.     Also three good  bucks.    F. H.  r}vk������11, C/iTsitsisjOOsi.  '. Mrs.     Lyon     and     son.   Jack,    of  Craigmyle, Alta., arrived on Sunday  on a visit   with   the -foraner's   sister,  iMre. H.- J. Forbes.  heyday evening by  Rev   Father Hart  anann.   They have  the best washes Of  many friends heie.  The free picture show at theCrand  .on Wednesday night given in connection with the educatimml effort of the  Canadian Fore-try Association, waa  very largely attended and favoa*ably  commented upon by all.  Creston trustees are now on the  lookout for a ateacher to take charge  of the primary room. Mass Hardy  tendering her resignation at the fiaret  of the week. She has secured a school  near her home at Chilliwtck.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. MacDooald and  two of the children, of Sumnierland,  arrived by motor on Thursday on a  visit with the latter'*, parents, Mr. and  Mars. J. W. Dow. aead will be remaining a coatple of weeks longer.  Creston Board of Trade has its Aucr-  ust session on Ttiesdsy rssght and the  attendance of all atytaembers is asked to  help with arrangements for a Creston.  display of fruit at the Royal Winter  Pair in Toronto, Ontario-, this fall.  ^liglioai! Ghurcsi Services  SUNDAY. AUGUST 7  CRESTON���������8 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.  LISTER���������-11 a. in.  CAWTON���������8.80 p.na.  BARRISTER   *t  SSOUOtrOR  NOTARY PUBUO  Imperial Bank Bldg.      CRESTOW  Latest Ueaigns  m  Mm       tamtm ���������  oil u I Buu ���������  I havo juflt opened out a new  .took. All the latent ah&dea.  Pricea 50c, 85o. aiarl $1.  A  35a,  now range of Bow Tien at  or three for n dollar.  Mixa: Goat Fob Saizb���������Young doe  freshening soon, -good milking strain,  borates*, gentle?, price reasonable. P.  G- JKbbutt, ejreston.  Mars. Cherrington left on Monday  for Cranbrook where ehe^is joining a  party on a motor holiday visit to  Banff a-nd Lake Louise.  For Salk���������Dodge   touring car, disc  wheels $800.    Also Dodge special tour  ang, Q8&0.     Both  in first>c!ass   condiT  tion.    Dezatl*s Garage, Cranbrook. *  Hocsb Fob Rent���������4-room cottage,  partly furnished,  or unfurnished, on  'McLeod A ven aae, next A. L. Cameron'a.  Apply Mrs. W. SL Brhwn, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Watson and  family were motor visitors to Cranbrook at the weekend where the  former made a short business visit.  Mr. Clark of Nelson, who supervises  patrol work for forestry department  in the Kootenay a, was here on an  official visit at tbe first of the week.  Mrs. Guy   Greenwood   and children  left at the first of the week for Cresc  ent Bay, where they will spend ai few  weeks on a holiday visit with friends.  Mrs. J. W. and Misses Hamilton,  with their guest,Miss Fraaaer,and Johaa  Murrell. were motor visitors to Spokane a few daya last week, returning  on Sunday.  Fob SAL.B���������At Creston, aix-roonaed  hoaase, goad garden 160 x 200 feet; few  young trees���������apples, pears, cherries.  vegetables to last family a year.  Apply A. E, DuvJes, Creston.  W. Kelly, B.A., who had charge of  Creafcon high Hchnol lust year, has  been appointed to the atnlf of Duncan  high for the ensuing year, according  to word reaching Creaton last week.  Village clerk W, O. Taylor resumed  work on Monday after u two weeke*  vacation spent at Kaalo and Kuakan*  00k, He reportu the best fishing of  the year at the latter point i>hla month.  Mr. asnd Mrs. A. SchttdejSetnd family  moved back to Creston tat tbe end of  the mt<nth and aire again in charge of  their srruradh, lately vacated by .T. B  McLaoclalitm, removtM.1 to Crawford  Bay.  The wornt electrical etoatn the dla  trlofc has seen (n years wuh In evidence  uhortly after noon on Saturday, nnd  for the half hour it laatcd tho thunder  atid lightening diHplay waau wiokaad,  It wito aiocompantod by a small alxcd  cloudburut about an inch off rain coming flown during the otorni.  The trustees have, been fortunate in  securing W. E. Earner for school  janitor for the ensuing term. He has  had charge of this work for the  past half dozen yeans and iai the best;  man on the job the board has ever  had.  It took Lumberton ten innings to  get the best of Creston In Sunday's  baseball match at Exhibition Park  the final score being 15 to 10. There  was a fair turnoait of spectators, many  of them motoring in with the visiting  team.  The village coaincil meets in August  session on Monday night and there  will probably be something to announce in connection with electric  light. The village lust week staked  the Goat River canyon for power  'purposes.  Mr. and Mri?. V. Bi ixa arrived  from Winlaw on Monday to take  possession the unimproved place next  the Percy Boffey rar.ch, which they  have recently purchased from A. Ayis,  who bought tt at the land sale about  five years ago. V     ���������      '  Chiropractic Fundamentals  CHIROPRACTIC ia a scientific  method of adjamticrg the cause of  diuease without dtugs, medicine or  iubtrumunts.  Do you know that a large per cent,  of diaeasea are due to pressure upon  the nerves at a poine whore they leave  the spinal column?  This pressure Interferes with the  trans mission of nerve energy and the  normal function of the, body, resulting  In disease.  All dEtjcaaesi aro prolonged until thio  pressure upon the nerves leading to  t no a fifoctea parlfl a ro remo Vod.  Nature ia tho Chiropractor's only  aitir-udtuatmonts ra'movo the proanaire  and enables Nature to do her part In  malting and keeping the body well,,  There are millions of people in  America who are living In robust  health aa a ream It of Chiropractic  Adjust monta.  It ts my businesa an ������ Ohiroprnctor  to release this pressure and permit  Nature to restoro your health.  ���������jP^m S&\     >. f'fli*'*]? #(**Cw**'f*fflr*f*A   Ijfflljf  r-'AiiLiwiiatx'   0<hrfr*0^^^w'7"0'Jw  tfcrt*t> th* earns 0/ &������**** removed  MAT&HE& FREE!  With-eveTy purchase of 25c. or over we  will give FREE one box of BUtLDOG  MATCHES.     Good fop one week only.  ������/INDOW OF CHINA  CUT PRICES!  z������l%r  ESTON DRUG &, BOOK STORE  GEO. "������E. KIEIL.U'S"  Money Gives Gonf idence  Those who have money carry on  their work in life with greater confidence. A Savings Account with this  Bank ii added to regularly even with  Somali  snivis Will SOOH '||iV# yOU  ffep  confidence lhat only the posiseasioa  of money can give. There is a Savings Bank Department at every  branch of this Sank.  91  PERIAL   BANK  - %2e *W������ #aX������5jiAN������'  '������'     iifi���������MWHiawMiiiraiiriiiiM  OP CAXAIiA  CRESTON BRANCH.  ������+~3am*m  ^SfissjSsr*  msm  Sl&aSS  consists in spending less ilkau.  vou earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings Thai*  ances and shall welcome your  accoiint* taa  OF COMMERCE  CApltttl Paid Up $20,000000  Reserve Fund $20/)OOX)00  Cretaton. Branch  R. J. Forbes, Maaaaoaag������r  Bssrs  mm**mm*m***������mmWmmimil*m***m**  2SOS6S  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  '"'������������������" ' ���������- "y ll1"   wnirto-f, wnvriii"mj) run hit ��������� un j i mi mimvsxa ,    ���������  JTBY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  '. An oconomloal dlah, eooy to sarvo.  Shamrottt Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENBALE CREAMERY BWTTEIl9  Government pfraided, hlRhout quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varlotloft,       ,  -  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL M>ULTRY FOOD  J


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