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 's^Mw&ti&^s  7'" '-ZH-.t&*������.','"   T"  a.  S  w  I  I -.Ml Wri.  it f py  i��������� M y;j n ww  Vol. XIX.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1927  Ho. 23  M*. and Mrs. B. Johnson ������and son  Koborati, and Mildred Andeen, returned  on "Sunday after a   weeks*   viast  si  Lewis Simpson left on Monday for  Claaresholm, Alberta, and other prairie  points.  a septette ot ureston's foremost eiuz-  ssss who ^ere esjoyssgr the seers!������  beauty of Kitchener on Monday.  Major Mallandaine and O. W. Allan  t-^"������ ottfes rtif������t4wjji������Ish������d residente of  Oreston were renewing1- acquaintances here on Friday.  gexisrsw?  t������e\n-r. Tovfr^r.   fcn?   aaaice   in  g������ *,_  nuuvB  -**r..*a_42A������fc.  Miss  Friday on  friends.  pic������     Molander  visit with  Canyon  left on  nt.   viwy  Mon&rd  Wigen   left   last   weel  the Lardeau where he is  swpa  iusr loadim? out serem! cars of Doles.  for  ntend  airs. <&. A. Hunt and daughter.  Q!s?3s left.* on Monday far Erlekson,  where they will spend part of the  week an the ranch.  MIfiais Laura Andeen and Esther  Nelson aire on a visit at Cranbrook,  leaving on Tuesday.  Ray Crisler of Shriek-son and Orin  Hayden of/Oreston we*re*"--motor bnsi-  jmo wjajijo'ps on 'Wednesdsiv- last  s'*���������  tar.  Jock McRobb, Cresfcon's new provincial police officer, made, an official  call on Wed-nesday.  Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Brown of Cat-  gary, were motor callers here on  Wednesday. A. R. Barge of White-  fish* Montana, was a Monday motor  eaiier. - v  Capt. Oatts, forestry off acini at Ores  ton,   waa   here   j^on   Thursday   cast,  arranging  for  tbe  forestry   moving  picture show depicting forestry work  given here on the 28th.  ���������������. Sutherland of tbe Sutherland  garage, Kimberley. was a. motor caller  on Thursday.  '      ~ m  . Mrs. J. J, Baston of Seattle was a  visltoi here last week with her sister,  Mrs. Andy Abrahaxnson, returning on  agsurover attiacer ana ta.   sx&,tttsi���������u?s--**������-*  Canyon City were motor visitors here  on Thursday.  Mr. aaad Mars. 8. Sly and Ales. Derby of Cranbrook, were combining  business with pleasure on a call last  Thursday.  J. X}. Spiers sssd- tioszj R-oss of Ores-  ton were renewing acquaintances in  Kitchener one day last week.  Of the five pupils who wrote on the  High School Entrance examinations  at end of June, Beat-rice Molander  and Claude Simpson were successful.  Mr. and Mars. K. N. Jones and W.  KSidor.o'f Calgary, Alberta, O, Fa'ger-  strom of Porthili, Idaho, and Mr. and  ��������� Mrs. H. B, Davis and family of St.  Marries* Ihado, were motor callers  during the past week,  C A. Anderson, J. Ryokiuan, H. S.  McCreath, S. A. Sdeers, C. F. Hayes,  Geo. Johnson and Jock McRobb, were  ���������aamfitrt,  representative    of th"  O'Loane-Kelly Company, left here  last week after seeing tbe berries for  his firm shipped out.  Will Johnson amd Percy Lunt. who  have been away since spring, returned  home last week.   -  Ray .MeKe! vey and Angus Cameron,  who have   been   motor   trucking logs  for J.   B.   Winlaw,. have   completed  their contract, and   have  Brickson. - ������  _Miss Frances Handley left for Cranbrook at the end of  the week,  where  * m ^ m * '���������**��������� * * m. m���������        m  U*\&'*s m* UTS a ��������� > um tf? ST-        ~ ="i'5Sr'',������'������i������*rf!,'(������* ������*J������       ������*������      *********** mr.i* *  patient, sufferfng from typhoid fever.  Mr. and Mars. B.  W.  Klingensmitb  -were motor visitors at  Cranbrook on  j Monday, returning the following day.  M??: O*o; OAffcwpi^ht is B-sotfee*?  visitor ti* Cranbrook, who got back on  Monday.  Miss' Dorothy McSowaan of Cranbrook, who Is - holidaying here this  month, is a visitor with Miss Home at  Boswell at present.  Word has just come that Miss Ferguson, a forrmer teacher here, who  was on the temporary staff at Fernie  last year, has $ust been appointed to  to the permanent teaching staff in  that town.      . ���������*  age, ine more ersjfieiaSive  i*a required, and you  would tsave a  greater voltage on this high voltage  machine to cut it down to)110 volts.  tilat jrCii SuSaSt uO,    weaOrd   it ���������Gt������rS  ytfur house.  But this should not be considered  by your Commissioners or anyone  else, for the Tillage of Creston,  eaiuioi} sell llgnta outside oa? the  Village of Oreston, if I am rightly  informed, so why should we argue  thia question.  CH AS. O. ttODGEBS.  JfassrismmmmS  Bibth���������At Vancouver on July 21st,  to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pease, a daugb-   .a  1MU  Miss Rose Cherrington has tendered  her resignation as principal of Wynndel school, after two' yejutrs at tbe  work, during which, time she has  given the very best satisfaction.  Ranchers are" busy - now cutting  down and burning alhfir strawberry  patches.  'i*he heat And the mosquitoes are  making this year'*, pick of raspberries  anything but an agreeable job. We  are grateful, however, for the rapid  disappe������rance of the water in the  slough, which will help some.  Jlfire. and Mies Peterson loft last  week for tneir home in Saskatchewan*  David Taylor was the fortianate one  of-the half-dozen Candida tea-.who this  year wrote on   the   High  School En>  I    Miss Kathleen Bnndy left at the end  returned to | off taiP week tGS, ^  holiday   visit with  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bnndy at Cowley, Alberta.      ^  S������rs. Frank Pasccale and  sons, Robert, and Ray Cox, of Caran-  brook ^?ere motor visitors Isst wsfrj?������  with Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Cox.  Death of Richard Wallers  Miss Gladys Webster,  in charge or a  school   at  Alberta,   is     home for  vacation.  _������*.������ I..n  bs-?������  Foremost,  tbe summer  -"������������������ Tbe road crew started work on  Monday to put in - a cutoff' that will  eliminate the rather lengthy gooseneck on the Brickson-Arrow Creek  road nbotkt a quarter mile from the  Crisler garago.  Jack Dodds and Martin Nelson left  a few daya ago for the Lardeau, where  they have a pole skidding contract.  Crisler'e garage last week disposed  of a eSsissy Chrysler sedan to B. W.  KlingenssaitH.  The results of the Entrance exams,  this year was not up to the high  standard of 1926. ��������� t Richard Thurston  and Lyle Kenfap are the only two who  were successful ^  Death, at St. Baigene Hospittsl, Cranbrook, on July 21st, of Richard. Walters, has claimed a well known figure in  the, local fiuit industry, deceased  having had .charge of the Creston Co-  Operative Fruit B&change packing  houses a Creston and S*>ackson for the  past four seasons coming bere From  Kelowna in May, 1924. He was 46  years of age and death ensue*! after a  brief serious illness as it was: only the  Saturday previous that he ������?as taken  to the hospital.  A native of Detroit, Michigan,  deeesassed csBase to British Columbia.  almost twenty-five years ago. and for  the greater part of that time has been  associated with the fruit is dustry-���������  in its infancy in the-fKootenays deceas>  ed conducted packing Schools at  Aarrow I^tkes points. Prior So com aaa g  io Creston he had been engaged at  warehouse work at Vernon. Kelowna'  and Peachlandy - He was married at  Vancouver   in   1010.   to  Miss  Marie  . Newrnayer,    andfyfis     sairvived     by  I Mrs.  Jobs B������arshal! left a  f&vs  days ago  for % tyacouver,   wheare   he   wiii b * re- .  mainiug until about October.    33e Ss a  gU���������������>t of   bi������   son in   that city, and is  -taking optical treatment.  Anthony Anderson spent a day here  last week with his son, Tom, enroute  to Victoria,  Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Martin and  family motored  in  from  Vancouver  last w���������ek,<Qp a visit with bis parents*  i-iir_. ���������;...* ������fi.u,   i  r������  au ������-������<-:������  Reed & Mather finished the strawberry shipping on the 19th. The crop  wae heavy and was moved in excellent shape wathfBob Marshall as field  boss. .���������"���������:'  Mr. and Man*," J. C and Frank  Martin, with Misses Jennie and l<ucy  Marsbail w������re Monday hotidaymakere  at    Kuskanook,   where    they   tried  rt*U  :��������� Iwsi������le.  Bid. Langston, sr., of Kimberley^avas  visiting with his son. Harold, at the  end of the week. *  Jas. Duncan is temporarily in chaarge  of the cookhonse at the Putnam,  Palmer & Staples, Limited, sawmill,  the regular chef, Mr. Chevalley, being  laid up with a bad leg.  Ales. Charne<>ki of Prelate, Sash., a  student in. agriculture at the University at Saskatoon, where he is taking  the B.S. A. course, was a visitor here  this? weefe wlthSWsm. Dnmchuk. with  whom he neighbored on the prairie a  few yeaars ago.  Mrs. Bamford of Nelson was a Lister  visitor a few days liiBt week, a giiest  of Ma-s. Bird.  Walters-   and?? one    daughter,  Mrs. Roy Telford and Master Sandy, | D^is-ijea^ea his jnothesri   five sisters  and Ruth Cartwright, left on Monday  on a visit with friends of the former at  Staveley, Alberta.  Raspberries aa^e the big shipper here  at'present and are moving In satisfactory quantity.' Sunday was. . tbe  big day of the season wiath an outgo  of 124 crates. The first crate off  cucumber went east ora Wednesday,  27th, It was from the SS. S. Cuming  ranch.  Mrs, Harry McKowan of Cranbrook  was a motor visitor here on Monday  and on on her return was accompanied by her father, Geo. Cartwright,  and her sister. Mars. J. Q. Peck.  Lumberton  at  5  -%^UIID-Sljff ililiy y 1  2.30 p.m. Prompt.  Mitchell,   who    pitched   for   Crt-ston  aiiainst Bor.neru l^erry four years  ago,  la   pitching   for  Lumberton  this season.  Ca-eston lineup will be strengthunod  and fche boyn hope for a good crowd,  to ftiipport. them. They havo wori 10'  oa.it of ,12 starts this year, and In  Lu bra boa ton they aro tunning up  against a team that is the best in  tho Oranbtook area this year.  MOYIK will also play a return game  hare In ta couple of wreka'.tlrae.  Sal*, and Mi-������. J. Barrows and daughter,, Laura, of Winnipeg, Man., are  Lister visitors for a couple of week's  guests of their daughter, Mrs. Harold  Langston.  Geo. Jacks is keeping Lister on the  fruit shipping list, starting to move  his crop of Lambert cherries on July  21et. ,     ���������  Mars. O. VanJB3tt*������r of Bonners Ferry  is a vibltor here this week with her  parente, Mr. and Mrn. Sam Demchuk  The hay cut is completed here, and  is most satisfactory, but the extreme  heat of the past week will shorten up  the second cut of alfalfa unless we get  rain shortly.  A meeting is called for August 27th  at the HuBcroft school for the purpose  of discussing the advisablUtylof form*  log a Boys* und Girls* Calf and Sheep  Club.  Bill Demchuk had the misfortune to  loBe his log residence and much of the  contents In a Hie that destroyed the  old log borne on Wednesday afternoon  of last week. Fortunately some insurance was carrk-d.  pu^iiw u\>uj tlaiM tusci'tou wren tjuibo  the best of all writing on the High  School Entrance examinations at  Creston nt the end of June. Jack Bird  with 848 marks, and Pearl Huscroft  with 3*21. talking highest and fourth  highest standings of 80 pupils from  Careaton Vavlley writing.  Electric Light Contract  correal   some  being ciroulat-  UiS*;*!~SFA=i  Bditoe TJhjveew:  Sul���������I wish to  statement"? that are  ed re electric light.  It is being stated thai* the contract betvv een the Village Commia-  fiioners and myself waa approved  by me, before it wns sent ato Victor  ia for approval. This in not so, I  never wiw the oohtraot liefore it  came back from Victoria approved.  It i8 also being  stated  that my  factory,  office   and residence  was  ������*>*2 ������3 >U *j***> UUU  ~~A  W44V  not    so,   tbe  it was under  not   in    tho  Cowb Foti Samu��������� Holotcino, fresh,  H������ Helme, OampLlst-er.  oontraot. Thia is  Commissioners said  stood, but it was  oontraot.  There is also some people 6an"t  understand why I did not want to  furnish lights outside the Village  limits and these are the reasons.  I agreed to put in a 2300 volt  generator whioh is ample for tla*>  Village of Creston, and, for your  information I wish to explain to  you regarding generating of olec*  trioity. You put in a 2300 volt  generator, it will deliver olraotrlotty  for a given distance and no .farther.  If you wish to extend to a greater  uiutauutt     you     luooi     i������ms     Sil^ook'  voltage,   and tho higher  tho vott  -OT&'O*!  ''���������' The?f?iTwaa^a^a3Vairfv^-;';;:'^  brook on Ftiday aftemejon and -rested  at St. StephenVpa?^bytersa?sf Charabsy  from which edifice the fnhefal took  place on Saturday with the pastor,  R&v.W; E. Daly, assisted By> Revi J.  Herdman of Trinity United Church,  conducting the last sad rates. There  whs a large turnout of friends to pay  a last tribute of respect, with It. J.  Long, Jas. Compton, C. H. Hare. M.  J. Boyd, M. R. Joyce and R. A. Pal-  freymaRrrpallbearers, with a wealth of  floral remtranceB bespeaking the high  esteem in which deceased is held.  Of a decidedly retiring disposition  deceased's frlendebips were iirmited.  but they were genuine. And this  same thoroughness was characteristic  of him in his work which wns very  largely responsible for tbe Exchange  oaitput ranking so high with-^ptfaer  Asssciated Growers sub centials packing to the weii-known Oiv brand,  which waa waa introduced here in 1924.  In the passing of "������������������Dick" Walters  Creston has lost an estimable husband  and father and aa. worthy citizen and all  sincerely sympathize with Mra. Walters and family to their heavy bereave,  ment. Those remembering with  flowears were:  Wife add daughter, Mr. and Mrs.  Boyd, Mrs. Bevan, Mrs. W. K. Brown,  ,Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook, Mr. and Mrs.  Craigie, Mr. und Mrs. A. L. Cameron  and Mrs. Boninger, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Craig, Miss Ruth  Compton-, Mr, and Mrs. Dow, Mara, and  MEbb Fleetwood, Mr. and Mrs. Green-  ���������srcod, J>!rcst*ars GsvOpsrstSvc Frwit  Bxchange, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hendscn.  Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mr and Mrs.  Hester, Hev. J. and Mrs. Herdman,  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. and Mrs. W.Haare,  Mr. and Mrs. Joyce* Mr. and Mrs. G.  Johnson. Mr. and Mf-s. G. Kelly, Mr.  and Mrs. L. T. Leveque, Mrs. L. Mead,  Major and Mrs. Mallandaine, Mrs,  McGonegal and family, Mr, and Mr&. I  Bill Vaness of Kitchener was here  on a weekend visit with bis sister,  Mrs. A. G. Cox, He is with the Sash  Sc Door Company ssas, which wist  close next month.  Those winning honor rolls at Alice  Siding school for the year ending at  July were: Proficiency���������Arthtair Constable.   Punctualtty���������Betty Ostrenski  :*  Sesccessfstd  1 assed: (Entrr&nce) Into Grade 0:  Creston���������Bna ChrTstie, Arthur Webster, Letty^ Couling. Lister���������Jobn  Bird.    Canyon   City���������Elsie  Clayton.  tt-**. ���������%^*������^^'*w*#������   -      awi-wMmbi*' 4*abi** lmmi*m^m'm*%rm**f A������9jf ������S3  Kemp. Huscroft���������'Pearl Hoecroft.  Kitchdner���������Beatrice Molander, Claude  Simpson.   Wynndel���������David Taylor.  .Passed into second year High  School���������Mildred Andeen, Marion  Coll is, Alex. Henderson, Ada LewiB  (all with supplementala).  (with supplemental)*  Passed into Grade 12���������Edward Bush,  Robert Long, Joyce Moore, Winnie  Pnlfreyman (S).  Hot Weather  DRINKS  Montserrat Lime Juice  Pint bottles, 55c  Dr-^wry's Di-y Ginger Ale  Pint bottle, 2So.  Drewry's Dry Ginger Ale Splits  15 cents. *  Hire's Household Extract  for Root Beer  30c. bottle  .Orange Oustig Lemon Ousl!  Whistle, Etc.  10 cents  McCreath and family, Mr. and mm.  Palf reyman, Prewbylerian Lad lea* Aid,  Mr. and Mrs. C O, Rodgers, Mr. and  Mm. H. A, tJii-uunv. Mr. audi Mrs. E. M.  Telford, Mi*, and Mrs. W. M. Vance,  (Nelson). Mr. and Mrs. A. Weir, Mr.  and Mra. McLaren. Mr. and Mrs. T.W.  Bundy^ Mr. and Mrs, S. Watson, and  others from which the cards became  detached..  Hav Foa Ra������j���������������Fivo torn* alf-alfa at.  1020 ton dellv������.redc or C16 ton at stack.  Albert Stewart, Creston.  i or your Hobus ursw  Bftdwetaer Mali teiettwst  This in the fin<Mt Extract  proourablfo  Put up in 34b. tins;   Per tin 70c  HOPS* 35c. lb*  iK",'������r y  TT  a  J***!   Khsr   /'.'a.  k,'s&L b^s   ���������s^r  .   Ja.^J!~lLiVJJL-/ja.%.  ������������������ v.  ..���������.^^.^-.^..^ -inaiirtMiiniiiiii  rMrorsBH tt t&rtBtrzi&w-ttF )fk&ria&s tfirhOi  5!!S5S5B!S55������5555jB5s5?m?m^I^  tm..f. ^turSi *!~H *iw.  ���������iff/MnWSTi'aaWii  THE    REVIEW,    GPwESTON,    B.    C.  ow packed in Aluminum.  Quick Stop for Airplanes  New    Devlcw    Will  ^-&<Lagd:tDn?,.Rctofs of  Afa^nljpaj.s^.ca������al&.novi  Your grocer knows "when you order  3RED HOSE ORANGE PEKOE yoia  are a judge of fine tea.  nee.  The Canadian People  la rounding out the celeb raj iota ot t Ji-t- IHantoaid .lubslee ot" Confederal  tloti. the 3">ominion Parliatueui ut . Its uexi session niight well Hake .otift mpa''i  ���������step io further promote a nutted if'anadv.tn sentiment ami develop a saron^er  Caaadian national spirit by making legislative .provlskm fur alto recognition  of thi- Canadian race, aaid io enact that a persoaa born ia Canada, whatever  their racial descent, shall be designed lei the census returns of thin  Dominion as  a "Caaiauiau."  At tbe preseaat time, tons of thousands of uaxive-boru a'arviulaaaay are  made to sttfifer a feeling ot inferiority, not o3ily In their o*a u eyes bin. before  tlie world,, through tlteir inability ao record themselves as Cata'adians. l/nder  e.he i-easus regnlatiotti* ot the past they have been forced to designate  themselves as Ktiglish, Irish, Scotch. French. Dutch, German. American, ���������  anything   but   what* ihey   really   are,   Cauaditams.  As a a-esuia. tlie eeragsus statistics of tbi< Dottamion advertise to Ihe  world rbai this country of Canada 5s inhabited by ail manner of raws and  conditions of people, except t'anadiatis. Thai hi all ihis broad I������oanlia.ion.  h .self-governing nation Ut the ITriaish ConitnenweaUb ol* 'Nation*, wiah a  sfjsaui; equal to thai of Gi-eas Britain itself, aud a faall-'lledged mean ber of iho  League of Nations, tliere 3js no saach person as a Canadiaai.  If 3a England the same antiquated aud obsolete, systean ot census  enumeration prevailed, many families who have lived iu England for  venuuies wouTdi be compelled to el-.assify themselves as "Dutch, or French,  ntnything but RngHsh. His. Gracious Majesty the King... the Prince ot Wales,  staid other members  of lhe  Itoyal Family   would  b<> recorded  as   tier an an.  In j  Permit   Planes   to  gildings ;,.v ^  now1;: be'-:'' ^afe'y  tu'ougp' ��������� foH|. stoffvw ithtu aV^lSt^nc^  l.-wlc|i'* tljiJJr-'o^vijJ?ieaigtta? undea*.,.a{������re,t,  versing propeller. aiTimgemeitt patented' '"'!Jy~ '��������� "'���������*������!?���������' t^-aaieis Jenkins, noted  Wa^hljiStoiLfiatyeaaiot-.  -:  'J he propeller cannot be operated  linlil 1he plane lands, JenUns rx-  plained, atita^^^eiagr-tha-o-vv'iV: iia reverse  halt!*- tbe airplane with th-c- eir*<j of  inmeiiail braKety  '.I'lie Inventor believes hts device  ���������will peinaU uir fields for mail aaad  eoaisauetve lo bo e-slabliijtaeiK k>������s (lao  I'Oofs of blatldlaig.=i, elinainalinK the  slower aud costly hauling of .mail, express atul passotagoi"-* I'rooi subatrbaaa  IKdd-s.  Sour Stomach Risings  Farmers Market Tour  A*i Exceptional Opportunity for Farm-  w crs_of...Western. Canada to  Isi     M:   -$$���������*������* the|^Ed Land  |V'l'lieVp?'tJKish   aw;i^|?et   nauist   ever sl*e-  mraiii,^acy|^j|p'|^..^^ otaliet   w toi  Canadian faahi |u*odwt:<a. As a l-esuh |  6 f keen; "cdaaii-p vi iilbn J a oiii b t laer cota ia ���������  ;i"i*iesi,-J it . 1 ��������� vital thEit ilae Catiadiua  fai*.iner Bhoui<l beeotine familiar with  what ihis jiaurlcef de������lie?t. \s vci'y lew  agriculturally traal'heil observers ���������frbiia  tlris coitratry haVeis^d tiaj-;? pTiviiage,  auany -wonHi weicoaaie iho i>\ijaorlia������iiy  ot making an laitinaale .study of viaaa*-  Icering coiadhions sit Jirsi band. '1,'here  has iiierei*<H*e beett orgaail^ed a  " ifariaaersi" Maaitetang Toaar" by the T)e-  partnieni <af Agriculture; of the Cana-  diftia Nataouaa-J ^Kailways.*,-, This tour,  which   will ^e^o-pe-n^fo���������"'any  Canadian  A  Few Qaa&psi Bring Relief  ������  'I'ho wonderful relieve you get front  twenty drops of Net", aliaie will sua*  pi'lse yoai. Take it Iaa nweelened  ���������ft'ia-ler, aaid .avlaa ost iaoiiiediaaely yota  a'cel better. Kervlliue a������.a*lt������gs up the  Kiis caused by feraiaeatliiag food, aaid  rolleves that alL*h-e'tsed feeling in the  skvtaiaeh. \Vh< aa colic or caaaiapa  strike yoai at. aaight, Nervilaate is a  sui'e relief. .For general use in the  family, for eiiiergenf ills, al ways' keep  trusty ��������� Nea-viUaae; qja hand. 35c. at all  dealera. '*  Mapping Canada From the Air  Since IJ������2I win n aerial photographic  surveys were begaau by ilae Tepograpaa-  ioal Saarvey of the Departaneiit of 1he  Interior, *Ja.G;*;0 square mites in CUm-  aila have been    covered    by    vertical  xhe  Tinted State*, if our ab=am! svsteui existed. abea*e would be every known i  i photographs and   I 27,Tib square miles  i ae������-> under the sun, exc������m Anaea-ieans. la as*- the mi-uaaderstandable  itaaisteuce ot" the Ottawa authorities- au this matter which as one of .the  causes ol" people in other lauds laiiing to understand and appieciaae the  national and inxeraatioiaal position of Canada aoday.  Furthermore, the existing state of things is most unfair to the people  of Canada. There aae thousauds of Canadians whose parents, grandparents,  great-graxiciparents, were born an Canada, and who do not know, and "much  le-ia care, whether generasions back t.heir forebears oiiginally laalled fronv  the British Isles, ilae continent, of Kua-ope. or the isles of the seas... They are  Canadians.    That is good enough for thean,  and it  ouglit ip be good eaaougii  fin* the Canadian. Governmeni.. -  lu   soaite   cases   a   man's   gi*eat-ga*aaidfaths--r   may   have  been   Scotch   and  his Kieat-grandmother  French:  f������naale offspring of this  latter union bay* have mar  I by oblique aerial photographs.  DEBILITY DUE  Perfect  ta iMninECTiAKi i  Through  Qigestion      Comes  Rich, Red  Blood  There  can  be   no  perfect   digestion  ainles������ you  have rich, red blood. This  is  scientifically   true,     it   Is  also  true  that, thea-e is. n.������a> toi^ie for tlae stomach  a heir son  raav have married a German;   th^ |lha*   Ks   m>l   a   1,>ui<* ^or   ^very   other  ried  a Ukrainian bom :a   j������r<   oC \*e b^d;v-    '������^e. vray, then   to  hone up ahe stomach is to tone up the  aa  af whose nareanis -was a Hungarian, who in. turn had Russian j bjood  blood.    What is  the nationality of .such'a  Caaaadian-boi*n  man?    He himseif  Tin  does noa know, and it is doubt fit I if the average ceatsns cmaoxaeraloa- can  figure it out. The only poiait on -which the enumea-ator is clear, ami  because the Government in it* mstruetious 1o hiaaa makes at absolutely cleaa-.  is ihe aaian is not. a Canadian regardless of ihe number of these generations  of varyiaig racial descent who "were born In Canada.  -Canada our Country" was ahe motto of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. "Our people Canadians" should be 1he record disclosed by the  census reatarnft, not a co'nglomei-ale maxlure of peoples. Under the existing  system of enuaaaerattou i������  is aaot. sit   all  surprising that  so  many false, slate- | Wallianis'  ment a are being made to the  effect that Canada 1s rapidly becoming a :ion-!li,|oo('   i,ml  11 ion u^o d\ re  Kriglinh  cotautry. and tha!   the foreign-liorn  predoauinate.    If the  children ot ���������  .aiiaiay so-called stomach  edies merely try ao digest your  l'or yota. IIow much better it is to  tone aip the stomach so tha?t at will do  its own work as nattare intended.  There' Is no pleasure in eating pre-  cligestea food. Tone aap yotar stomach  aaid your appelate and digestion will  soon  be normal.  open ro any Canadian  faa'iaaer. will be of some seven weelEs  ilua*a'li<Mi, ieavlaig J tstliCax' January 8,  next, with a full month spent iu the  old laxiU, during which imporiant  marlictang centres in l-hsglarui and  Scotland,. and sonae of the farms  where famous, breeds of livesfc'dc  have keen developed, "will be visited,  with a side trip to Denmark for a  study of co-opeaatLV* marketing in  land or' its birth.  The  tour originated by 1>i\ "W.    J  Uhiclc?  director   of   colonization,   agri  culi it re 'aatd  naitaral  resources, on t lie  Canadian  National  Railways is  being  planned "tcif  provide   ihe   maximum   of  educational   value,   combined   with   all  a lie ���������pleasures   of  the   ordinary   sightseeing lour.    "J'he sttady of conditions  abroad by a Iaa*ge group of observers  .from-the farms In Canada should have ',  its   practical result's in   the  Huccassful  application,   of  thr*   UnowJedge   sained  on. such a  tour to    lhe    general    im  provenie3tt   of   the   agricultural   iaidus  1 ry in Canada*.  The totir is essentially for tiae Can  -rrdiatt farmer. Any fai nier anywhere  in Canada, or anyone vitally interested in agracaill ua*e aiul marketing prob  leans, and in the development ol? wider  ma rice, t s. for Canadian products, may  join the tour? ta rid itwill also be possible for women who' are interested  in.any phase of agriculuiie to go.  The cost, of the tour fr;om the .time  of. leaving  Halifax., . Cana.(iat until  the  reiurn to that  port    will    be    So-OO.Op.  This cost, includes all ocean fares and  meals,  railway  aaad   ba,).s   fares  in  the  old  land, aceommbdatirm at  good me-  i dium-class laolels. niealu anal oa-dinaa-y  food'Vcos*-s  ancideaiaal   to     the    tour     w.hi.e  oversea s.  Tfi addition: members of the party-  will pay their railway tare and cost of  travel to and from the port-of sailing  at special rales provided, and will be.  required 1o bear passport icosts. Government tax on sleatsiship ticket, tips  yyxy S )\ S. *?*i3S*!"!5-i';.  A Firestone, Contribution,  to Economical Travel  The -greatest enemy to tire life ia  ���������lot the chopped-������p roe.6, the torokertv  pavement or thefharsfc. grind of tough  city streets���������but heat, which is created  by internal friction. Heat riot Only  weakens the fabric, but also softens the  the rubber and causes blowouts and  tire failures.  Firestone chemists and engineers kficw  that if they could find a way to eliminate this destructive heat and internal  friction, the mileage-giving qualities of  tires would be greatly increased. Such  a method was fotind and called "Gum-  Efipping."  The Gium-I>ipping parocess is one diT  ?Firestone*s contribtations to economical  travel--in insulates and impregnates  every fiber of every cord with rubberr,  reducing internal friction and at the  same time binding the; cords together  by a stronger union of,rubber, thus  giving greater strength and flexibility  to the tire.  Firestone dealers eveiyTwh^e-���������fan������iliaar  with Gum-Dipping and its advantages  ���������will gladly explain how thousands of*  extra miles are totaflt into "Firestone **  tires by thisa exclusive method. Take  advantage of theGum-Dipping" process  to lower your tire costs tlris year.  FIKSSTONK TIRE fir RtJBBKR CO.  OF CANADA.LIMrrEO ,   .  Hamilton, Ontario  MOST MILES PER DOLILAR  Pireatone Buildo the Only Gum-Dipped Ttrea  '. i -J1:"--���������-.:���������:��������� ... ,  ,        ",.;,*   '���������;���������?���������������������������">  Russia Preparliig For V/ar  Military Sports Advocated to Awaken  Enthusiasm of Youth of Country  A campaign i-������ oai foot throughout  the Soviet lrnion for -the promotioin  of mflitary- prepavedheas in the face  of aei^ht develoim'aents, which atro  aegastled.as threats of war. The per-  ioiT ironf July 10 to July. 17 -wsta  designated as "defens-e week," toward tlae success of which all efforts  were directed.  .Milafar>; sports are beiaiR strongly  "advocated an a an pan a to awaken the  enthaasait-ma of the youth ot the country and tlae heads* of the unions are  exboraiaag iheir membera to- a'ally  around" **Ossosvaaket," itaissia'a great  est,   volunlary     ansu-tial     oa-ganization.  on   board   ship   e,a*ossins  the  Atlantic. |'j.-jlfi latter is headed, hy Alexis Li-koff  If your digestion  is  weak  and   your  blood   thin  you  need   tlie   help   of  l>r. ! atH|   personal   expenses  siach  ;is  latin  Pink    lvills    to   enrich    tho j i\ry<  etc.. and   any additional expense  restore  Htreaaf-jili.    In  addi-j or'enf.ertaHiiaient   incurred    by    thean-  ita a lao selection of your ! selves. ' i  food   and   your   siomach   1 rouble   will!     Ocean accommodation is being pro-j  tliree and four'generations  of native-born  Canadiaaas .must still be  classified j^oon pass  away,   Mr.  tJordou 'J>imdas. I vlded by the White  Star Uaie,  Oana-  as llussistn. or tlcaynan. or  Austrian, anything and everything bin   Canadian. jlVierhoro. Oaa I.,  tells as follows what j dian   Bovviee.   The  sar'.v  xvil!   sail  on  and 'War Comanissaa* ACoroshlloiT. and  its members are said to mimbei- millions.  -Llcayiian  It  is small  wonder that  people  who do aaot tassdea-stand  our uniquely absurd  system are misled anil arrive at conclusions the very reverse  of true.  Canada's Dhunond Jubilee year ia a mofH appro'priate time for Ptarlla-  aaienf lo a-ighl. this injustice to so many of Its citizens and lo the 3Joaaiinioaa  vis a whole.  this medicine did for ham,     lie  "Something .over   a   year   ago  a gjfsollne   salesman     when     I     was  t.aiUeaa  sick. 1  felt   very, miserable and  lost   twelve  pounds   in   welglil,     I  did  a'a'oi   sleep well and cnuId noa   eat as 1  says: j-fhe steamship ''Devonian'' on Suuday.  I ���������������������������whs ] .lauuary SLh. Ihe uceoniauodatiota for  the parly being tcVtirisf class with ram  or ship. The relurit voyage will be  made on the steamship "Alberlic."  sailing   from   Clausgow    on     I'Vbrtaary  good  "Wist  eoaild .scarcely  retain any thing In my ! 191b, the accommodat but for the paj,v|-y  To Cross Ocean In Smal! Boat  Steel Vessel Twelve Feet Long WW  Be Used By Daring Navigator  In a ainy. fciuhmariue-like steel ves-  Hi'l of hi.s own coaasl ruction, built ilur-  in������ hi.-; spare time, William Oldham,  ������������������������' Warrington, Lancashire, proposes  *o  set   out   shortly on aai adveniua*oiis  FACE LOOKED  TERRIBLE  Pimples Were Awfully  Painful  Cuticura Heals,  " A small pimple appeared on my  chin and I Hcratched it cn.usi.nK  moae to come. The pimplew were  h-.itd and a-orc and 1 uned to keep  HcralchiatR. They feHtcred and were  *wfnl painful, and my face looked  wxiiblc 1 was di:.couia|i**d because  wtarn I vvcatt out il ucemed on if  ,everyone was* looking M mc.  " I began uning CuUcnrn SrMpwnd  Oaninirm aiad in a wrek's ti-nie I  -c.jtuuiJ .'ice Ihey weir helpiojf', Jjjc. I  ci������������������iinta������*d uKinj*; them f������>r n month  jinJ ihr pirnplcH dii������u.pp������a>ed. I. wan  hralrd." fSignrdi Mm Ifrnrry Meffel,  U.tidcn, T������. K. J,, Nov. 39, 1926.  l-'ot rvery purpotif of ahe lollea  jn'it bath, Cuticura Soap, Oiuamena  .���������.nl Tide 11 m i������r������ ex*.el!rarl,  voyage from Hover io New \orU. The  boat, -which Is only l*J feet Jong, with  a beam of ". fiei, will he propelled by  a tuni*.'.a<or v>\\h a pedal iiieelianlj-na  much like hlcyaMcs operaaiiiK the two  bliided propellor.  A "win<|miH" geared lu the shall  will relieve him when the wind is  fair. Two persons can 'be nccmniaio-  dated, all hour;li therf won't be rull  length sleeiaiiu,' mtartt rs. There am  six wnler ilKhi cin.iipariiueniH and  foil!' rmnrneial wlitrlowst. Oldluani  will be able lo billion himself down  when the weather j* bad and lieep it  lookout, frona a Hnna.ll "cnnnhit? tower." He bus esilii'i'iled lhat. Iho I rip  will occupy -Hi days, and he Is doali*-.  otiH of (IndiiiK so 111K one io'ii-thau-ci lla������  hrt'/Hi'ds wilh him.  Mloniacli.     I   went,   to   a   local   doctor  who  tohl   me   the.   fumes   of   the   ������as  on  this ship . b-;������lns  tourist  class,  ureomanotlation   and   service oai  had sot Inio my system,    lie save aam ; >Vi>U  Itnowai steana.jhlps    Is    oxcelle-nt  some laiedicliae and told ine I had bet  ter ������o to the country for a change ot  air. 1 dad so. but 1 still fell, listless  and R.10.W.V. and had no anahition. On  the advice ol" a friend 1 decided to  fry Or. Williams' I'ink "Pills. I had  mil been* I a It hi)*; the pills l������n������ before  I was beKiutniitf to aest- belter, aand  to eat fairly well. 1 kept oaa taking'  tlie pills until at the end ot 1he  seventh box I knew I did not need  any auore: as I hatl gained the weight  1 iiad lost, slept well anal cn*uld tual:  ���������anylhtiaf..*;. I have ��������� sftaee- 'had splendid  Jieall.li aiatl caatanoi. say too much in  prsilHo  of  Or,   Willhams'   JHnU   Pills.  You can get llaefle 1*31 Is .from any  medicine dealer ov lay milII at. r>0 ct.H,  a bo.N from The Pr. Williams' Medicine Co., ih-oekxHIu, Ont,    "  and'ihe parly Is ics.sured'el"a p'easant  aud cotnftirlable Tnyap;e, Members o(  Ihe iKci'ly wishincr lo te main longer iaa  the old hind may tan-rinse for similar  accommodation oa any later shin  through the While Star "l-ane oflltAjs  o'vet'seats.  I'-urfher litl'ornaat iota mny he secaar-  eil saholat the Fannois' ]\laa*ketiuB  Tour, by ronmiunlcnlloaa with W. ���������!.  lllaclt, i>iree.|.oi* of  ('.olonl/.rtlion.   Affrl-j )|)t)  urcoja, ('.una- 1  The Family Physician.���������The  doctor is aiAvay.s worth hs.s fee.  it is not aiways-ivos-slble" to gel. a doctor just wheat yoaa waaat. hiaai. In Rtich  cases, common seust* .sa������S'KGsts the aaso  of reliable home remedies,, such aa  Or. Thomas' Wcloelrlc Oil, which Is  wonderfully effective In easitas- inllam-  aaaatory pains and Healing cuts,  , ��������� . sciiitche.s, brail sea and sprains. The  ' presence" or thia remedy In tlio family  niedieine chest saves many a lee.  The  ableticehafii. fi-bne far, but. the stairs  th& ���������������������������'���������  HOftest    pr������������-  .������������������1  stall   crealc  tantler  sutyii at? a'/S.O^V^H  I Minard's  Uiniment for earache.  j.������.uitJ-<  Ca.uli  rfrm \ij tJi.il  'J t  IJ������lj,,l       'Ut������ul.u������*������. t.Ul. WunH ���������������!''     Hrit  s������   (MntiMttnl StA ������nt1 ���������������!,���������  I*������.>*.^^i*������  ^l������j������  imWiWWWWiWW'HWmW1 li'.���������!'.'WW 1 mil IV*  A.lall������M������    ������"������JJ������<li������ II  . Mui)i  Itklrimn '.'l>r  '���������*.*������<*���������  "SiiiirW   T/Kr  'JVacher:    "l'or   men     aiuist     work  and women  must, weep,"  What Is the  liioa'lln   Capsules   Mjtl* I mnnniaaiV of 1 hat   line, Toinniy",'"  IiiMilIti  maty  now  be  taken  |n  mna-1 '   TVuaamy:   "li   aneaaa.s   thai   anon  have  sales,   nccurdiru;   to   InvHiillKalors   aai   lo  work   to net  money,  ami 1hen  Ilae  Hie   University   nl.   Oreslaaa,   (Jerniany,   women   have   to   cry  before   the  aaien  who   claim   u>   have   found   a.   i-iubslll  ' w'"   divide  II   with   them."  inio     for     aim     pancreallu       hiawlin. * '  ..     ��������� -���������'��������� ::  1 llorelofpre the remedy for dlaboteflj  j could nol be kIviui Ua ilia forna of I  di'-'j-i.'S jioit'dei-.s or i.������blel,s, but 111u.1l.  ] be hajeeleil under the t-:kin. 'Prof.  ,1, ('. Minkowski, who eoiaducied I hi) j  method of qlvlnj- Insulin ban been cf-  I'eclh'e  In  a   number of  eases.  U  II  f i;tjij  Blisters.  iCr������:M-nt any cuauca of  flou by using- Mlnnrd's,  hImo.  aaiTec-  lTenlH  fty   a    new    il������"vh,<������    ;m  li'iilli   eoiii|������|olen   a   circuit  :iwlu;;.-;   'i   fr^.i.-iUaj;   l!;;hl  toitnd I m;   poniiliHi    rim:������  di-*|i":������yn   -1.   d:������ii|',er   thn;  aaiproarbliiK I  and     tlitlH  ItilO    ;������������������    t'ftiri  aa   bail!   and  culture, and Nulurail Hanoi  dian   Nallo'nal   Railways  In  (tunada.  Minard's Liniment for inBoct bites.  Alberta Fur Production  (MUcial liKua-es sluitv that. Allierla'ri  total fur production for Ilae flBcal  year "1025-aG was valued al. $i!.l'J2.77S.-  00. This i*epri������eeiit������ a fiialri of $90.-*  000,00 ovoa* the prccodinK year, and  puis jUbenln lu third place among tho  provlune.i In the value oC turn produced, j  A London achool stai'Sod pvlaautrUy  j lo loach Uiai������uiiKua, now iind* auo������l  i of Its* pupils aim buff Ainorlcsan tourist h who are uii-xlotts to nciiuli'iJ ara  luii^liwh accent whhlu u short? time.  A close second In popularity la a  courrto In "curlutr" aocentH.  tlaaaI41 la's Kroaia siffrlcuHuriil woailfh  Is nearly elichl. btllloriK, triereafllttK  nearly tlu-ee-tiunrtors ������yf at billion Ua  1 li r������ns  Oysters   utid   clams   contain  limes  as   aaiueh   Iodine    as  steak. ��������� . i.V ":,'" '  ' ������������������ "-'. ? ���������   '���������  about  beef-  CHOUEKA, (CRAIVIPS,  PAINS IN THE STOMACH  RELIEVED BY  ���������������������p^J������*p������'yi,i|rt*iy'KiJifwt  ^***t |^^  "T W   -m m*mm   p^**^ ^4  ^trawbw*?^  yent*������.  "('ho   way  to  boo  Iho  vlMaine of  I rust  \* to. bmcoriiiH 1% iiioekhokU)>r.  a  Mr������. B, I^avitb, ftadc Bay, N.I1,  writfra:���������"fjainh mimtwa rny children  wurA vr-rv ill -with cholwm nrnd Buffered  tuovflwlV h"0in ���������arntnpna aiaad pniiiH \\\ Ihtair  alomftfllia. I iriwiJ Hftvernl rc.mcdhw, IniL  nothinK sowneti to do tlaoni aaay icooil.  A frienil oi mUvo ioUl mo to try Dr.  Fowlor'n Extract of Wild Strawberry. I  got a bottle und gave thiwa. a few doniw  and ihey hoou found rolitif. Now I will  never tat* without fo ia tlao fiimujusr  amikOiHklliHi.'" ,  Don't A-ccmpt n Sub*tltrut������  rt llihl pinj)������l n.< i-ijjj 1lM.il iu������;<!4l ou lm<J liiiiiU.tr-  ket fnrBO Vea������a������: nut u|������ only Hy Th* T.  kinEturu Oo.������ Lamitod, Toronto, Ont. ���������EBB   KEVIKWj,   ������3KSSTONs   B.   G  /  a /  *V!  V.,:  .-sib Mas a .u urn .e iivis . a  ������J������������ 5 ������,:.Ba ������au������������s ^m* a=sm^ a=s & *e s=^  HffclT Tf?C?T fftCi?  Vi^lMl    lljjl   W&iJLfl  London.���������Dcrd Aaskwith. chairman  ol' the Grand 'rrun'c Hailway. jaaaiior  ���������slock holders organization, at an ex-  traordie'iarj*; general inoeiing of y the'  ehareholdea-s ''"hero after, resolutions  had been passed asking for the conversion eT theyexistiaig ������i. shares into prefcreaiee .shaa*es, mentioned that  a meeting of the old Grand Trunk  proprietors would b*������ held to decide  oaa what ahetisures to adopt? in tlae in-���������  ter������:s.ts;of those concerned.Sa  lfbrtp Askwith suggostedf thatthe?  stock 'holders', should provide money  for the purpose of making a test  eases of tite iay rights and after {plotting the opinion of Sir .Tohn .Simon,  who has been associated with other  emiinent lawyers iai tlie matter, 'said  the c-oanhaittee did not feel justified  in abandoning the ease without taking  legal  proceedings.  The resolutions passed at the  mooting provided for the conversion  of the existing ������.1 shares into preference shares wivth priority as to capital, the inei'ease of (he capital from  10,000 shares of ������1 each to ������52,000  by creating 850,000 new ordinary  shares of a shilling each, and also  providiaig for ehahging the organization's name, to that of ihe Graaid  TitiuicJunabr Stocks, Limited. ,  The Grand Trunk Jianior stoek-  ho!elea*.s, several years ago, became  incorporated as a ��������� pa-ivate limited  com j)-any whose objects were "to se-  caia*.e and obtain and receive compen-  t-ntion. as aai act of grace or otherwise,  for tite former holders of first, second4  or third '"preference and ordlnary  ���������ttoelc.  Ottawa.���������The Canadian Government will not take any immediate :ic~  iaoai' as a result of the decision of viae  Grand Trunk Railway junior stockholders* organization, it was officially  staJed here.  "The Government wall meet the  legalsituation when it arises in  definite form," Hon. C. A. Dunning.  Minister of Railway* aaad Canals  s-sud, after reading Jf.cndon despatcli-  ?���������������:; reporting the action of the stockholders.  *  U,~���������. c*. "t- ; **      b .*������  Mug mm\m% Reguiaoons  Owing to Criticisms New Ruling Will  Not B'e Enforced at Present  Ottawa, Onti���������As a result of critic-  asms received by the department of  agriculture in connection with tne  new heg grading regulations, it has  been decided not to put t hem into  effect? July 15: It is pa-obable that  some change in ahe wording will be  aaijide ism! that the new draft will not  be put into effect until August 1 pa-  later.        ....':...  ���������'In addition to the need of changes  in the regulations, there are administrative difficulties in the way. Itf-is  aanderstood that some of the parties,  whose 'co'-operatribai is essential If the  51UIIMi^itK0M  lsi anmfRY  AS HARVESTERS  Bt)V������sri  *���������������������������������<(���������  Will ������X������������������!lle wire  Aided Husband in ������spiofta<j-e for Britain is Siviet Charge  Moscow. Sovieit fRussia? ���������- Mine,  Klepikoff has been sentenced to  death by a*court anariial at Kron-  stadt.on the charge of aiding her  hushand, Commander Klepikoff. ait  espionage for Great Britain, Klepi-  fcoff, -svhoioruterly commanded a ship  in the: Baltic fleet, was execiated by  a firing squad recently after being  found guilty of espionage. He.was  alleged to .have, confessed to giving  a report to' a British? intelligence  A  parly of 50    students    recruited   agent in  Finland containing infotma-  Monta-eal.---Canadian Pacific steamship arrivals;'.over the week-end���������the  Montrose, the Mela ta, ,\nd Empress of.  Sco'Icind���������brought"Over y..20G newcomers to be added to Canadian  population. VPractieally the entire.  week-end's imnijgnation quota will be  absorbed by agriculture or domestic  service.  grade  of hogs  is?to be carried back   ironi  various   universities    and    agri  cultural   colleges   in   fhe   British  Isles  is coming  to aiei in  the-garaiering of  tt> prod.ueet-.s;f are? not now? willing to  assist, in the scheme, several conferences will have to take place before  11>p.. oj'obleaai will be^solved.  Meantime the whole situation will  be discussed at a meeting of the  swine committee, to- be held in Ite-  gina on .Tally 19. The federal depart-  fent M/ill be represented by L.. C. Me-  Ouat. of the livestock branch.  tion on the condition of lhe Soviet  armed forces, particularly the navy.  At the same time Mane. Klepikoff  tlae Western Canadian harvest. These j was sentenced to three years inapris-  first arrivals will- proceed iUrnv.i. to j onment for conapliciay. bur. the sii-  Toronto, where ;ihcy will be placed | pa*eme?court failed to confirm the sen-  by   the   Ontario   Government  on   pro- | tesce.    She was then brought to trial  ������ var^v wnra **.  V1M1UK UKbiib  ������������f*fw������*a-s  ���������ftjr-i  i ar m *% a. i  tr������rti|i������iv   ������  m ' mt. m  ..ifKiVflJ-iA  taww a. a.mif&AJJLOL  President of Alberta  law Society Dead  Dr. Conybeare Was One of Leading  Ls.yy/yera' inj^rovinc-e  T.ethbiidge, Alta?���������Dr. C. P. Cony-  bt^are K.C., deau of. the Lethbaidge  bar. died suddenlj' at, his home, July  .13. Heart failure was the cause. Dr.  Conybeare who was 67 years of age.  was born at. Little Sutton, England,  and caane to Lethbridge iii 188.6 from  Winnipeg. He had been Cimvn prosecutor here during the whole of his  career in T^ethbridge.  He. was president of the Alberta  Law .Society, succeeding the late  James Maair. Dr. Conybeare, besides  being one of the leading lawyers in  the prov luce, was a left^er in the  Knights of Pythias and Siau been  grand lodge officer for many years.  He was also a poet and writer of  soane note. being especially well  versed  on  Isdian lore.  vineial farms for a menth's work. At-,  fhe-eaid of this period ihey will travel west to be absorbed in hnrvest  work iai Saskatchewan through' the  agency of?the Britssli Immigration  Heagate. This .'parly-"constitutes oaily  the vang'uaird of the siudent, army to  attack'.the western Canadiaai wheat  crop. Up to three thousand students  are expected.  before a court mar I. iai.  Rapid Transit  African Railroad May Use PulUmans  by Night, and Aeroplanes by Day  Washington.���������The stateaneait of*  "Wiliisa.-ai P. MacCa-acken. Ji*., assis-  iaatt secretary of tha department of  ccttumerce for aviation, made at  Cedar Point, Ohio, that five railroads  na-o planning do use aerophaaies to  ���������supplement their  much cesmment. hea*e.  laaciat will en(!ourage  this program.  Railroad  .aajanngers  a paa-t rail and part  New   York   to  tho   Pacific   coast,  wns   pointed   out   it   would   sooai  :;���������������:;slbhj, i'or a person   io'    travel  service    cauised  The     Govern-  ahe carriers   in  Editors Will Visit Prince  Given Coistrol Of  Indian Reserve Roads  Brithr^i Columbia and Federal Governments Reach Agreement  Victoria.^���������By aai agreement between the British Coluanbia Government and the Federal Government,  roads through Indian Reserves in  this province will be owaied by the  Province. At present they are held  by the Federal Government for ? its  wards, the Indians.  . The arrangement will be ratified  formally shoi-tly following negotiations- between Hon. W. II. Sutherland, minister of public works, and  the Federal authorities.  Winnipeg.���������"Though ihe pi-oducts  ot', Aaasti-aiia and. Canada are simih-.r,  there hie "aaiany opportuiilties for  irruie between ahe 'two countries,"  said Sia- Geoige Fan-bairn, ageail. general for Victoria? in fLondon. -JSngland,  who arrived In Wiianipeg over .Caain-  diau Pacific yl-ines. "Sir George, who  is: accompanied by L.ady Fairbairn. is  en aoule to his home iu Melbourne,  and will spend ..several days at 3-aake  Louise and at Vancouver, before sailing on  the Aorangi, July   2T.  "Wool   aud   Innaber     are     the    iavo  great  exchanges   we   can   naaJce   cow-  'mereiallyV"-    continued -  Sir    George,  ''though dried   fruits  are  fast beiroui-  ing  a   source   of   revenue.     The   gov-  Succumbs To injuries  Cecil K.Parrish Dies ������s a Result of  Automobile-Accident  Winnipeg.-1���������Succumbing to injaia*ies  received in aiaf automobile, acchlent  on the Beach road Saturday, Cecil K.  Pan-ash died at St. Boniface hospital  on Tuesday  evening. \  . The   Inte   Mr.   Parrish     was     well  known   among   the   younger   business , .        ,,.     ..   , . A. .   .     ���������.   ,  ..i.* ..-.'- , '���������>.' j,'������������������ feeiualhng about one-tuard=f.of:Canadn s  men of Winnipeg, and  for anore than j      .  . ��������� _:  -. . y     ;y   .  twenty years has been in the employ  of  the  Toronto  Type     Foundry    Co., j l  Ltd., as. accoatntaatt. He was a member   of  the   Ta-aflic   club,   baat   it   was  ernauc'nt. luss established returned  soldiea-rs on fa*aaat farms in the great  irrigated district of Victoria, and New  South Wales, and they are .successfully growing smUanas, pi*uues and  oilier fruits which, ������lricd, are finding  a large market.  "Much of the land which formerly  was used for sheep faranang has been  bought back by the govesisment and  sold -tof.setiiei-s wi?,ri the idea of ga-ow-  irag   wheat,   t.ls  in bowling circles that he was most  vvideiy known, and ha<l sei*ved on the  executive of the Winnipeg Bowling  Association eveiy year since its inception. Of a aetu-lng disposition he  niever sought to push hlanself forward, but was always unstinted with  his time in tlae furtherance of anything  in  which   he  was   Interested.  Ontario Wheat Pool  a \ production. Irrigation ? is?? doing its  rt in agriculture; within the next  three years, we expect to put into  operation what will'be the third largest roservoi r hi the world- Fed from  the Murray River, ;tlais reservoir wall  have S.000 "nines' of channels, covering 2.000,000 aer'e feet. This means  that a depth of 12 inches can be  poua-ed over 2r000,000 acres. The cost:  of the wol-k. will be in the'vacinijy of  $15,000,000,*'  Sir  Geoa-ge said.     y  j.ady Fi.irbairh. has naade many  trips atcross tlatnada going back ami  forth to sahool  aa* England. ������  have   I n  air    trip  mind  from  It  be  Iraiaa from New Vork to Chicago by  night, tnko at 'plane from Chicago to  Walt Lake City by day. and shorten  the time to tbe coaBt materially. This  is only one of the long .itainps that  can bo fade Pullman by night and  si cropland by day. This soil of eom-  liiuatlon taaaif-poi'lalioaa. ai is Jaelleved  will become popular 'wilhin a few  yoaa-M.  Britic-h     Newspaper     Men     Going    to  Ranch at High  River  v/na������o.   ������������������    x. lie       i>it.iijt       ������ji.       ui liJiSij  newspaper men and their wives, that  wall arrive in Quebec on August 12  will pay a \*lsit to the Prince of  Wales ranch at High Biver, Alta., on  August 24. according to word received hea*e. It is expected that the  Pa'inee iisd his brother Prince George  will be at. the ranch at that time and  that they w*ill personally receive .the  visitors. The party will be the inosi  distinguished newspaper group that  has visited Canada since the Imperial  Press. Confea*ence in 1920.  Insect Plague in B.C.  Grasshoppers Threaten Serious Loss  to Agriculturists  Victoria, B.C.���������Tons of poison bait  arc being sent out by the department  of agriculture to combat threatened  serious losses in agricult.ua*al areas of  British' Columbia- from in sects. Retarded in their natui*al progress by pools  rains. grasshoppm*s are beginning lo  hatch out iai millions while the clover root borer lv.ae appeared in the  North Okjuiagan district, apparently  frona the State of Washington, where  the insect makes clover-growing in  sonic   districts  impossible.  Easters Provinces "Has Affiliated With  Western  Organization  Tpa*onto.���������For the purpose of marketing its pa-ocluct. the newly formed  Ontario Wheat1 Pool has affiliated  with the similar organizations in the.  three western provinces and, it is expected, Avail soon have representation eti what is kaiowai as the Central Selling Board for the western  "Members of thia board have  arrived in'Toa-onto to complete arrangements. The members of the  board will stay in the city uaafil final  details ol' the affiliation have been  completed.  Wild Animal Invasion  Floods In Chin.t  BhaiaaKlial.--RToro thnn 1.000 poi  fious uvo reported to havo been  drowned amd tons of tlioiiHancls of  people rendered honielcHs by tloodia  '.:-> Mouth Anlrwel provinco. according  to belsaled a-cjiorls received here, The  hoodH'iire reiiorted to luive lulteia  place .Tally ti.  Apply For License  Winnipeg.--Application Iuih been  naaide aat the provlaacbil stM'i'Otury'H  olllce for ji. license lo allow the Sher-  rlt l-Gordoaa Miaiing Company, a "fG.-  000,000 mining company of Ontario,  to operjire hi Mainltobn.  ���������Release Madame Dorodln  J.oaaalon.- -JMndainie lloa-odha, the wifo  o}. Michael Iloi'odln, advluoa* to tlio  Hankow Government, wlio ham been  under atrrot.t fit I'oklaag, Jaas beeaa ro-  HeaHod, nccoadlng to the Dully MiiH'h  ���������poklnij   uorroHpondcMt.  ->*'*'->������������������N|^tfW������NI*WKMW^  i>ww>iWiMiiiwww'ai  W.    N.     O.    J(ii)0  Sales Show Increase  Life Insurance Business tn Canadn  Reaches.High Record  l\rontreal.^--Eightoeu per cent, laiore  oi'danaa-y life iau'ua*nnco was purohas-  od ita Canada duriaag the month of  Mny than in May. 1!)S*G,- according to  Ilae Life Insuraaice Sales Rcseaa*ch  Bureau.. -During the month $���������I4,l>5':5.-  000 of new baisiuess was paid f<'r by  companies hsiviaig In fbrcaa, Xi jaer  cent, of tho total outslaaiding huKi-  nous in Canada-- This is the highest  i-ecord ovoi* made iai amy month with  the exception of December, 1020. aaid.  Muj Htilos .'ire only $2,S'13.000 below  the  December reeoi-d.  Put Ban on Sun Dance .,  Ptiyntoit.���������The Indians bogsan their  saaaa dance a week ago oat T'oaand  maker's Ucservo nine .miles south of  Paynton. For aaovea'al days Inditinra  from the atorth haul boon coining in  largo numbers to talro part ��������� or bo  r.peelntoi'H. Tuemdny a H.C.M.T'. ofllecr  fi'oni Bntflol'ord arriveil anal Rt(;pped  the dance, which Is forbidden by the  Doaaiitaioat (Jovoraaatient. Vonr of tlao  lead in i? indlnatH were taken to Battle-  ford and wero Inter released.  Divers Locate Valuable Cargo  Cenoa. Italy.���������Divers have succeeded in locating the steamer Washington, which.was stink iai October, 1917,  by a Ccrmaai submarine while oai the  way from Anaealca to Genoa. They  found tlae vessel at Ca.mogli not far  froan Genoa. The Waslilngtoai Imd rt  cargo of copper worth -ffiO.OOO.OOO,  which   It  is hoped  to  recovt-r.  Earthquake in Palestine  Loudon.--Tlie Daily Mall's Haifa  (Syria) correspondent says lhat. r>00  pea-isons were kiUod iai fhe 'earthquake an Palest Ine and Trans-Jor-  dania iand a hat more than 700 housen  in ,jni*u������ailena and the surroundiaag  districts were damaged. These Include the Greek convent and tlie  Patriarch's residence on ahe Mount of  Olives. A minaret fell -while a sheik  was reciting prayers, killing hltaa.  Recount   Electa Conservative  Winnipeg. Dr. V.. .T. nuUcilKc.  t.'onf-ervail Ive, was drelitrcil officially  eleclcal lo the Mnnltoba l������eglalaturo  following completion of a recount In  Iho coiuitltuoney of Rllaiimdona where  ho was crailllod wilh a aunjnrity of  thro*.' votes over lain Liberal and Pro-  greHtlve oppoaieaitH on rdoctlon aalglit.  The final flgure������ gave Dr. HuUcdgc  a amuglaa of 14 voti's.  iai  Cougsrs  and   Bears   Reported   Plenti  ?      ful  in  Vancouver ybistricVV  Vancouvor.-^-Tho latest repoa-t  what seems to bs a wild animal invasion of Vancotavca* and vicinity 'was  that a woman hkd seen a cougar i:i  Staatley Park laea*e. She was "confide ut  that it ��������� was aaot a dog or any large  tame animal. Otlicials doubt thait a  cougar would be in the park but. are  conibing the woods. A cougar wai.s  found in the park some years sago.  Pitt T-ake, so'iaie miles frona ihe  city, reports that two loggers were  chased tip aa tree by bears. The aial-  .iiTnls were so numerous aud bold  around the camps in the district  that tliey have broken into pantries  and taken rood, scarcity of berries  In the wilds behiK given as tho reason for the  In Haa x. A litanabor of boars  weighing  ,r>(>n     pounds  mm mm* m ��������� mmmmm*m^mmmm*mmmmm*mmmmmmmm**mm*$smm**********wsm^  Lunch Swimming-Pool Style  There'll nothing like ai blto f<i> eat  nt'iov a hwlna. At JoaiHt that Ih what  theso young Indict*.' maintain and  froan the geaieattl coaaaenaua of opinion  thoy  aren't  Tata* wmaaij;.  Than photagrarh wna taken recently nt tho Chateau T.ako Lotiiwe nwlm-  tnlng pool and not. tho leinnt. of Jt������  nt tractive reaturen ore tho Iwr-/ ynmiK  ItadWiiH who dccldod that iUo invlgor-  aalng wail or of tho pool waam too niiaclt  Tor their ar������petlten. The waiter nd-  jtnalttoU that f.orvlaig lunch wwitnmlng-  pnol ������=*yle wuh Honif������whnt of u new  olio on him, iieverlhelewH im eoanpll-  aaaiMatod   the  originality  of  Idea.  But f.aka Loulim un& otltor ntonn-  1n.ln rcFfirtt*- In 'UiSh tlclnlly Ita\������-  alwatfl ������iov#'l rillnt(;fliriat.<i for thou-  Bianala of tonrlHls that vlalt In ihe  Canadlnn Hock lets each yeaaa*, roeard-  1ch������ of whiiiilici* the BonHon In num>  tmnr or winter. In fact, lu wintea  o|M.ii*air InitlalatK '������ Indulged *faa at  Banff with tho utanoHt comfort, (he  naturally warmed .Milphtir waiter  poola maiklar-K thlh poa^lblo.  rom .100 to  li ji ves been shot. Similar reports lia.it  been received from other'" local 11 ion.  At Seymour the bruins have shown  a taste for bacon, tuul Ion aaad eheet-.i\  A number of ,'.'oitlt> have heeif killed.  A bear was soon on the Ilurnaby  Ij-the Inierut'bun line near Iinre. while  tlaa*ce akunlcs were killed on the name  line, necessitating fuia-lgai Ion of the  interurban.  French Armed Sloop at Montreal  Mon1 real.���������The Ville D'ys an ar-  anoured rsloop buloi*,gIng to tlie  French Rovornmont, hoi ensign at the  "dip" In a'ctnioiiBe. to tho Ha::ne courtesy from .stoaniHhlpH lying ii ihe  Jiarbor. p.toaimcd slowly inio .Montreal  rirccr.:!:;. Sho is under ;!������������ t'Ly.vr.-.am!  of f!aptnlaa lOmlle Aaatoinc. of the  French navy, who paid ai vklf to th.*  French eoiiHttl imined 1sttoly ou arrlv-  r.l, I'Jho nhip will rtrtaain here for a.  week, and will later proceed to Qaae-  bec.  Will 'tie Guest of Honor  Toronlo. f.or������l Ifewnrt of Ihary.  chief Jn.stlco ot. l'ht^lui.d, will addi'ep  alio Canadian liar AnnochilFon aiiiiual  liteellni; Iai l-f" this anonih :iml be ;.  giieat or hr nor at tho dinner on Auk  Uht, 'Mi to ho given lay the l-aw Society  of Upper Cauaada, to the council of tip*  Cunarllan   Hsir Awsocfallon anil |ih dl.-  t Ini-iili'lied > H^t������i*H.  ������  Queen   yictfirla'M   toy������*   worv  a-ceeitf-  ly    i.ill    oM   exlllldllioil      ill       iflt.v      Sltil.i  Apai-f������'ia������!������iiH of  IveaiHlnciota I'Jilaiue. ���������MBB  CBE9T0S   BEVKEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday 'at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance:  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  ORESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY, JUJLY29  *%ppwe jxuVci'tismg  Announcement is just made tbat-  $40,000.00 will be spent this season  in the endeavor to increase the  consumption of British Columbia  apples.  At first blush this looks like quite  a tidy sum toespend iai popailarizmg  the product coaasaimed with such  disastrous consequeaices hy our  illustrioais predecessors,   Adam and  Eve, in the garden   of Eden many  centuries ago.  But to fully appreciate justVnGw  insignificant the appropriation  really is one has but to recall that  Wrigley's expend almost half a  million dollars eajeh year to keep  the people chewing their well  known gum, which sells at a nickel  a package.  _ E. 5.-JS1CJ        SS'iStS.tC', Q *w&       -t^r.tjt     .ju*v������ljlJlA  Cleanser, who at least once a  mon'li take the back page of the  Saturday Evening Post at a charge  of not less than $1500 per issue,  to remind of an article of cleansing  propensities that retails at about  fifteen cents a tin. And the Post  is only one of hanidreds of publications in which Old Dutch is fea  t tired.  This year the B.C.   apple crop is  estimated to run not less than four  which    makes the  i-m;  ������������������ *.������������.*^r*JjT������,V.������af  advertising appropriation work out  at a cent a box to quicken the sale  of an article that wiii retail at not  less than $2.50 or $8 a case.  ���������'\-.'-'-W-hile,'j;.und'0ubtediy, benefit will  come; from the apple publicity yet  certainly nawhsrs near the masim-  um uf benefit need be expected to  accrue from any such effort until  such time   as    the    expenditure is  ���������Wrw FRUIT GROWER  Don't you think, tl would be good business to have your  APPLE BOXES and APPLE CRATES  delivered NOW, so as to avoid ihe .ask  later   on?  with  mi*:  r-sr-t-a  liie Joy ot  Accomplishment.  To save money may require that you make  some sacrifice, but if a stated sum is placed  in a Savings Bank account at regular intervals,  your money f with the interest it earns soon  grows and you experience the joy of accom-  plishment* There is a Savings Bank Department at every branch of this Bank* 4n  1IVIPERIAJL   BANK  CRESTON BRANCH,  C W. ALLAN, ... Manager.  3aammm*m*m*mmmmm*ssmm*m*mmWB^^m**m*  e������  advantages.  Money carried in ii is easy to,  spend oa Srifles or may be lost  or stolen*  Weekly de-posits in oaur Savings Bank  wiii accumulate rapidly. o  Small or large accounts are welcome*  THE CANADIAN BANK  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch - *R������ J. Forbes, Manages  1927   FORD   PRICES  These  Erickson   TourinR  $603.00  Touring���������Sport   710.50  Runabout  582.00  Sport Roadster  680.00  Coupe..-  - 754.00  Tudor  769.00  Fordor -*������������������ 836 00  Chassis  489.00  LiRht Delivery  592.00  Light Delivery Van  649.00  Truck  515.00  Truok, Starter  585.00  Ruokatell Pass      70.00  Raiokstell Truok  100.00  ERICKSON BATTERY SERVICE Si ATI ON  I  Drougnt more in nne  standards adopted not only hy tlae  firms mentioned by the thousands  of other concerns that have  found that it as advertising  that assures dividends to shareholders.  For orders placed before August 1st we will date  invoice August 1st- payment 60 days nett. or 2%  discount 10 days froWAuguat. 1st.!* :���������'������������������'  ������-l-.rv  LUC  ram  Your Pocket ���������  used as  a  bank has many dis*  i  MEAT MERCHANTS  |TRY OUH  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  Aaa economical dish, oaay to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLBNBALE CREAMERY BUTTER  (."h>v<ia-anaTaa������nt Rraaaled, higheHt quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  till varlottafi,  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  ancs"{*HH������������ I'gn |H"oiiutitioaa ui������������l  |ii-<i������?im:kn Juii Um- inailtiy.     Kaiy the bent.  ummmmmmmmmsmwmwmmmmimmmmi  Jisbiies Surplus  ���������Uonsicieranie speculation is oein^  indulged in these days as to what  the committee eaatrusted with tiae  safe keeping of the $385 sairplus  6n Creston's Confederation Jubilee  celebration aa*e goiiiR to dp with  the money.  And   it   oan   be   quite   as safely  stated    that     no     oaae     is    doing  more   speculating   in   this   conneo  tion than  the coanmittee   members  Everyone wall agree that a part  of it can be used to advantage iri  having a big free children's field  day, either in connection with the  fall fair or on Labor Day. but as  to the dispos 1 of the balance  now is the titue to come forward  with any suggestioaas there are to  make so that those in charge can  take the best ofiFered.^  The Seview's   idea   is  that after  the youngster's have   their innings  the    remaining   surplus   should  go  into a.fund for  an   aaanaiai oelebra  tion, preferably July 1st.  These get togethers help maintain friendly relations between  the different sections of the whole  district, and st'thafe-tiatne of year a*,  day off is welcomed by everyone.  Profiting by the unintentional mistakes of 1927 a bigger and better  celebration should be possible in  1928 and in each succeeding year.  W*Ch *s '"--a  lioaaster  ana  J. %3%&STB.W������.  ^.oacit-��������� ��������������������������� ���������  ������9    W4  s05    - -: 1025  14  11������  o  Coupe   Seal   Landau Sedan���������   Roadster Delivery��������� -  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, "]  One-Ton Truck ���������-   All kinds of   Used  Cars   For Sale  -19-a.uuva luwv> ,  PRE  IER   GARAGE  PAIMER    &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  North end South Road Again  j  1  The   locally historic    north   and  south highway is again to the fore  on the Idaho side,   -With a definite  announcement   last   week^at Bon  laers   Ferry   that O.    J.    Chaffms,  engineer oi the state  hi hway de  partment,    will      be    at    Bonners  before the   end. of   the   month to  confer with the county   officials on  highway matters, "particularly the  route for connections  of the North  and South highway with Canadain  highways,"   and   referring   to the  incident the    Herald   says:    "Mr.  Ohaffins states that the state high  way department will  nob  attempt  to force either the Porthili or Bast  port   connection.    He   writes that  both connections   should   be   constructed, bait that only   one  oan be  built at a time, and' tho question to  be solved ia   which   one   is   of tlae  greatest benefit to looal people and  to the entire Btato from  a   stand  point   oj     serving   the    troveling  public.     It ia uuiJea-aiood that the  highway    department   favors   the  construction of  the  ESaetport road  at this time,   claiming   this   route  woule he oF more benefit to through  traffic."  as it were, to those who have a  hand tn framing the tariffs is to be  giv*m Creston Valley, orchardists  in the visit next week of Mr. J|lc-  Kenzie of the Federal. Tariff Com  mission, who iri company with  Prof. Grant of the department of  agricultural economics at the  Manitoba TJnivers.ty, is making a  tour of the fruit districts to quite  informally discuss these matters  with all and samdry who have anything to pass out for tho good and  welfare of the industry.   .  Very wisely, it seems to ua, it  has been decided not to have a  public meeting, but every opportunity will be given individual  growers to meet Mr. MoKenzie  personally aud thresh things out  Wan to man.  The visitor has a reputation for  being easy to meet, and a very fine  listener, so nono   need   hisitate in  -5������  makintr his aeqaaainfcanoe and jrtv*  iaag   him      the  observations.  benefit   of    their  HEWS OF KOOTENAYS  mamrn  j  A Chance to Talk Tariff  Around about election time much  i������ heua-d aib to what the administration at Ottawa should do in tho  matter of tariff regulations, dump  ing olftiiaes, and so forth, to help out  the fruitgrower���������and that ia just  about aafar aa tho many impractical and few worth while ideas  ever f'et. ���������  However, aolianooto talk turkey,  A soft ball league is to be formed  at Crau brook, with prospects of  five or six teams entering.  Moyio claims to have had less  mosquitoes this year than any  other place in the Kootenay a.  Flower garden thieves. , are a  little tao numerous and notive at  Cranbrook to emit the Courier.  Fifty men are on the payroll at  Rossland on the construction of tho  town's new domestio water supply  reservoir.  The Cranbrook Scotch are becoming unmindful of the strict religious training of their forebears.  The Caledonian Sooiety of that  town had their, antuial paonio luut  Sunday, features of which were a  banobrdl pjftm-e nnd racing ' for the  bairns.  According to a reoent Associated Growers bulletin and covering  a fiue year period Ponticton orchards aro fche beat producers in till  British Columbia with an average  of 377 boxes to the aero. Kelowna  <���������������������! n**yr!'< witla !?,77 anrl" Vernon third  with 265.  t'.tfNffSB'Jaf  LANDACTAMENOMENTS  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, tsurv������yed  ;rovm lands inay ho pre-empted by  <3rl*Ush subjects -over IS years of a&e,  oiu by aliens oa declaring Intention  o become British subjects, contSi- .  rJonal upon residence, occupation,  ind imparovoonent for " ergrlcultural  purposea^.  Full information conceralitf-j-' re*ju-  ations iregax-dlng- . pr������-eamptEona Is  Slven In Bulletin. No. 1, Land. Series,  'How to Pre-empt Land," copies ot  wla-ich cajv "be obtained free of doargs  by addroasing the Depaartment of  Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agentu  Records will be granted covering  jaaly Land suitable for agricultural  purposes, -tand which- Is not tianber-  land, L.O., catrylnff over B.0C0 board  feet per acre west of Cb.e Coast Banffe  an<i 8.0Q0 feet per axtre -east of tlaat  Range.  Applications for pre-emptions are .  io be addressed to the Land Commissioner of tho Land Recording- Dl-  w-tBlon, In which tho land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  'omas, copies of which can be ob-  talnec ftrcra the-S^aad CvuCuXmlmmioumr.  ' Pre-eaanptlona must be occupied for  *ivm yowms &n$. Hmnrov������na.onta xnads  to valuo -of 91ft'per -sera, Including  clearing and oultivatlnir at Eeaat ftva  acrea. Before a Crown Grant can be  received.  Vov moro detailed information bq������  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  LAnd."  ���������       PURCHASE O  Applloatlonaf are received for pur  chase of v&oont and unreserved  Crown lands, not bolner tlmberlanct,  for arerricultuaral purposaa; rminlmu-na  price of flrot-olass <arable) land la $5  per aware, and second-class (grarinK)  land (8.60 por acre. Further information regarding purchase or leaou  of Crown lands is given in Bulletin  "No, 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Loose of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding: 40 aoros,  may bo purchased or leased, the co*n-  ultlous Ir.cH-u^tr.K payKicr.t ai  Btumpoffe.  HOMK8ITE   LEA6E8  Unsurvoycd areas, not exooedingr 20  acres, may bo leased as Iio*me������lten,  onndltlnnrftj upon s. dwelllmur belnn  erocted In tho first year, title being  ... obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions are fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  LEA0E8  For Kratin-K and Industrial pur>  porMKM mrAan not exmeedlnip; (140 aoren  may be leased by one portion or u  eomnnny.  '   QHiAZ'NG  * Under the, arasslne; Aat tho Prov>  Inoe Is divided Into armulrur dlstrlota  and the ranjrii adniJnSaterea under i  Graslnjr ������Oommllsloner, Annua)  frrailna: permits are issued based on  numbers ranged, priority boinir ������lvon  to established ovrmorn. Stoclc o*w*ner������  may form assooiatlons Cor raratro  nraiinrojaement.. . Free, or partially, free,  ttormttsi aro available for settlers,  ���������tatnpa.r<ii amd travellers, un to inn  ftead. -������**"  ^  THE  CBBSTOH  HEWElr?  /  Local and Personal  Fob -Bsht���������-Five-room cottage* good  location.    F. EC Jackson.  Potatsoes���������Bijpr? new potatoes. 3  cents pound,   O. Kelsey, Erickson.  CoL Allan of Vlctoran- inspector of  scalers with the forestry department,  wjts here on an ofiScaai visit this week.  OiBiropfacfio FunQatnofitais  CHIROPRACTIC does not believe  Wanted���������Horse, cows, plough for  12-inch forrcw, buggy* bathtub. O.  Hollna, Hobden ranch, Creston.  Mra. Green of Cranbrook is ,a Creston visitor this west*, a guest of Mrs.  Twia?g.  John Wallace of Winnipeg, Man.,  as a. Crestoa visitor this month, guest  of his sister, Mrs. Edmonson.  H. K. .Browne  of Nelson, assistant .  commissioner   of   Rearing,   was   here 1for fche h,������h Bchot>1  Creston nejet month tn make, an  informal enqaairy into tariff matters  aa affecting the fruit industry. -'  Saturday was the"- final day for  teachers favoring with their resignation, and none having yet conae to  hand it looks as if Creston wiii hstve  the same public school staff this year  as last. So far the trustees have nob  secured k, successor to Princinal "KVJy.  ^"fet.'  aa OKste&aies, ror they believe that  Pinnate Intelligence* can and will  adapt the stomach to the diet niaych  more easily and quickly than any  dietitian can adapt it diet to the  stomach.  They do not believe in  vaccination  and   serum   therapy,   becnaise*  *i)hey   believ������  th������t   the   only   anti-?  'toxin that is rflfc to be nut in���������6. the  ; blood 9^^atiaJufiBVthat which is;made??  by thenClchemist that converts com-  f-moss fs6^lRtofH*f!ng' flesh. "*' -/VVy'f    ?VV  ���������;'"', They: :do not believe that germs  V4SUKK3     UIDCQTO,      ������r���������*S>������Mau    _ _������jfciS       >. ...iiwS - ���������  obtained by Xmiropractic aajust-  nients in the so-caiiea gerrn diseais'es  are completely at variance with the  germ theory.  They sib not believe in drugs> for  they cannot reason. how a decoction  that will naake ai well person, sick  can rriftke a sick person well.  They do not believe in health  springs or mineral waters or pink  pills, tor their science teaches that  "&i! power cometh frons within-"  9?o? the _ adjaaastnaent of the misaligned vertebrae they use nothing  ^Neither do - they * assist Nature.  They know the powei that flung the  sun and tftwara Ira space and makes  the oceans ebb and Bow, doesn't  require assistance.  yesteruay investigating tut; xutut Kiuy-j  ing situation.  ���������fsflfinrt*'!    ���������Amw^.i^afcmMA-nr-ftA-nt-..     ia    TY\%%lr\\*Tk ft-.EtlG  .-_.     mim0tUs>J.*mm\<USSl      UnarU WUM'4*������''IMVM W     .***'       ���������**���������*���������������"������"������������������*���������    ���������������������������������������-���������  week that animals.'.will"not be allowed  to run to pasture on the flats until  after August 8th.  Mrs.   J,   S.   Irvin e   and   daughter,  Margaret, of Fernie,  motored in on  Vnaoilaw..  nn     o   "'^'"'lii   **������ii^������     lM'M.loar'    ������.t}Cl  Mro. Mallandaine.  .���������������������������.Dir.g^Jal^^^nlan of Edmonton,  Alber^uVwere |viisitors this week with  Dr, ahd?ffii������;^lii^ were return-  i  ���������*Sa^'*'4''m   -ly** *r+*****.*���������***^m.*r*'  !S?BgJ'.;;V** '��������� ��������� WMWM vmjtm. *  A.   Anderson    has this  Contractor  week started   work  on   tri&"S   'erecs-uss':  of a commodious bungalow   ret-idence  for W. H, Globbett   on   his  ranch in  the Grandview Heights section.  In the foararth year pass   last for the  Kelson high "school Misses Edith Craw- j tori, when  for and . Marlon   JLeartuonth   and Jitui-  Cherrington are  shown   amongst the  students,   each    graduating   with   a  supplemental. ,  Miss Irene Johnson left at the 6rst  of the week for Calgary, Alberta,  where she is taking a course an hair-  dressing. She was aceosCTwamed by  her cousin. Miss fid am Johaason, who  has been a Creston visitor the past  few weeks.  Now the the weather has squared  away and ~praara<. road travelling as  normal, the auto tourist traffic  is   the   heaviest yet  R. A. COMFORT  MIL ^  ���������faOQi-nrfc  JS.**S9J*,JLJLA.  I  class   of   c������*rs   on   the  noticeably superior   to  ce  and lee  TB.  TB^  Every thingsanitary.    Visitors  are welcome at any time.  Milking hours 5 to 6 p.m.  ICE delivered sat 2c* pound  through  noticed.   The  road   is  also  other years.  Mass Evelya* Bevan, who has just  completed her ��������� two year course an  nursing at Kelowna hospital, arrived  on Friday for a three weeks* vacation  with her parents, before going to  Vancoatver for ber Fanal year at the  General Hospital.  Creston trssstees have been success  ful in securing Prank Lewis of Vancouver, a graduate of the University  of British Columbia, to take charge ot  the high school, the .coining term. He  graduated this year with a ���������first-class  standing iu all saibiects.-  . R. D. G. McKenzae of the federal  tariff commission, and Prof. H. C.  Grant of .the % agricultural staff of the  University of   Manitoba,   are   -=*���������= *������  There will be one change in Cres-  ton's public school teathing- staff  when operations resume in September.  Miss Boss; vice-principal, is. ���������. not returning, and her place will a be taken  by Miss Grace Kendall who for the  past two years has successfully taught  Division 1 of Kitchener school.   ..-���������������������������  Kimberley Press; ��������� Mrs. S������ ELBon-  tley, Bla-rchmont Park, received the  sad news of the death of her father,  Mr. 'H.M.cFarlane. at" Forest, Ont., on  Monday last. The late Mr. McFarlane  ivss 84 year** of sg-e? ������rn4 one of the  oldest, and most highly respected  "residents of; the district, having coaate  from XstSssHrls K������s������a setv*[������n*i ttssre over  50 yeaa?s ago.  The  baseball match of the  yessr is  annoanced   for     Statjilay     afternoon,  j July 31st, at   Exhibition   Park, Cres-  -'*--   ���������5 '"reston   meets   the claissy  Lumberton team, at' 2.30 prompt.  The visitors are bringing along their  strongeotnine and Oreston -wati give  thena stiS oppositaou, as the locals  have thjs ye������r won ten out of tvreive  games played.  The Putnam, Palmer & Staples,  Limited, sawmill ts expected to start  the seasonV,a=5t on Monday stssd by the  middle of August will be hauling ties  into town for* shipntent. usiaag Hooper  ranch road. ��������� -The village council has  pant the cemetery -bridge ; iu; shape to  carry thejtraffac. The. firm will put  in their car loading platform on the  east end of the siding running into  the big Union warehouse.  the lower road frona Porthili to Cope-  land and had opportunity to inspect  the grain crops on Df.stract No. 3. Mr.  Johnson has had considerable experience With prairie farming and states  that tbe Perth:!! wheat crop wall run  60 bushels to the acre. If anyone  doubts the" unusual ability of these  lands to grow grain they should insane,  the rrsp to P**;**!?!! and be convinced  of. just what it will mean to the district "when Creston flats are under  cultivation.  ty and beauty of the flower garden  at the customs office grounds at Ryk-  srtg, -wnieh are pensatmny supervised  by Mr. Davis.  The 1027 strawberry crop is at an  end, the North ranch having the last  of them on Wednesday, notwithstanding the grief at other points  the Si rdar growers had a saaccessful  season, the quality of the berries being  equal to other years.  - Creston lost an oldtime and prominent citizen in the dep-irture on Thurs-  day last of B- Laniont, who annmtnc  es that in future he wall  permanent home at Hamilton, Ontario,  lie has resided here for a. score of  years and hits played a considerable  part in development an" developing.  and selling improved orchard properties as weir as Idgged off areas. He is  a firm believer in the possibilities  of the Arrow Creek section which  this year figures in the strawberry  t*hapinenf.s from Erickson. Of late his  health has been none too robust,  which Is.3"S^*2^ accoutatis for his remov"!  to a lower altitude  Card of Thanks  _ _ f    Mi*. .Wallers takes this opportunity  rri"il"bU hTs  t������f expi'essing her deep appreciation of  roa the synapnthy and   uiany kindnesses  shown her in her recent bereavement.  "Stockmen, Attention!  Ko' cattle will be allowed on the  Creston flats uuliE - after August 8th,  1927. All cattle and horses must  have either a free or paid grazing per-  mit.y CJEQ. NICKEL, Secretary, Ores-,  ton Valley Stockhreedes's' Association.  Section 160  Prarncl  TSie-atira  Jly 29-30  *v  WALLACE   BEERY  RAYMOND HAfTTON  Ahwi,, ivia lk*z>i���������were ������ a  " side-splitter Iror yon I   '  " oaayois tiaciies Oomtnumty viino  give notice of their concert and parcel  post sale on August 17th. The axmcert  proiusses to ha a good one as it features Miss Frances Knott, as soprano  soloist. She has just completed: her  first term in vocal training at Columbian College, New Westminster, and  passed her examinations with honors.  The proceeds of this concert and sale  are to help pay off the debt on Canyon  I comunanifcy-hall.  Rev. Dr^Johnston, head of the board  of foreign missions off the Methodist  Episcopal Church in, America, with  headquarters in New York, preached  in Trinity United Church on Sunday  evening. He gave a stirring address  comparing Christianity with religion  in India and China, Tnere were special musical numbers, Mrs. A. Cooper  contributing a solo, and with Mrs.  Williams of Yahk favored with a duet.  Dr. Johnston as a brother-in-law of  Mrs.,H. A. French of Porthili.  C. F. Hayes. Or. Johnson, U.S. Mc-  Creath and S.-A-.?8|peiers of the Oreston  Beclamatrion     ,.��������� Oqmpawjr,-.':'   X*iwiSfeed,  directorate were visitor** at Cmnbrook  on Monday, .where they had an emin  entiy satisfactriry, interview with Hon.  -Charles Stewarts' mafpist-er:of t-he interior*: with Tefere.hce to the participation  of the indian department  in the dyk  ing  of   the comph-hy's  fi*rst   unit of  10,Qti0 acres in" which aa  considei able  indian acreflge is   situate.    Hon.   l>r.  King a introduced  the delegation and  took part in the Interview.  The results of the Grade S (Entrance)  examinations were announced at lhe  end of the week and in the Valley are,  for the most part', disappointing.  Principal McLellar, kept up his aaplen  did reputation by passing three of  four writing. Out of 90 writing only  eleven were successful, with John  Bard, Jr., of Lister school, t*������UErnp highest standing of all the Valley students.  The successful Creston pupils are  Bmi, Christie, Arthur Webster und  Letty CouUng. In addition to these  ten others wero -passed yon recoinlnfxon-  datlon.  Previous to going to Oranbrook to  interview Hon. Charles Stewart on  Monday, O. W. Allen and 0. F.  Hayes visited Bonners Ferry on Saturday lo get tho latest facts and  figuies on dyking districts to iibo  inthe dLscaisulon of the locaaL dyking  project with fche minister of lhe  interior. Crops on' all the dyked  areas across the line are JiwuvveUcnao,  and an the higlittut water Jiuwiraa on  thca Kootenay Rtvcrln years and with  fifty mllesof dykes thrown up, trouble  was only encouratried In one fltretch  of 1B0 feet of a total of over a quarter  of a million fcct<af dyking.  \fv  nn*\  Mi*H, FEmil .Tohnsnn, who a  low months tago purchased the Actlard  i>lucc In. town, -were raotnr vif-tft-on? tt*  Bonners Ferry ������n Sunduy,  Thoy took  Mrs. Whiteside is a visitor, at Cran-^  brook a few days this week.     ,  Mr. and Mrs.. George Cam and Miss  Dorothy Cam are Nelson visitors this  week.  J as. Wilson, of the CsVrey Royal  Granite woiks, w<ss a btisiness visitor  at Caranbrssok on Mfsnd.-sy.  Einginircr W. Neil is taki������g bis usual  three -weeks* vacation at preeieafc, and  is on a visit at Ca.lgaa*y, Alberta, and  coast points.  Jim Tanner, who was a visitor last*  week?watbMr.-and Mrs. B. J. Brawn,  left for his home in Calgary, ASber&a.,  onTuesday. .       :?V  The 1927 mosquito crop has been nol;  only the largest but -the fiercest in  many yeasrs.  Mr. and Mrs. C. M.   Loasby, nccom-  LN THE: MATTER of E^art of Block 10 ot Lot  S25 Plan 6SS A to which part the KegSstrar,  has assigned the dSBtinsTaisfcaing letter "A,"  tbe said rpart beine all that portion of eaid  let Sying east at a line e<i������iaiJrbisectiH!^ the  north and south boundaries of said Slock  is. -. ��������� -������������������-- ,-    . - ...  Proof having been filed in my office of the  loss of Cert-mcat������ oS Title Ko. 17KS-I to the  above-mentioned lands Sn the ananae of Gael Olaf  Qaiat. "bearing date the 27th December, 1924. X  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of sny intention at  the expiration o������ one caleufiaa? suoatu isom. tlie  flrst -pyablicatlon hereof to issue to the eaid -Carl  Olaf Quiet a provisional Certificate of Title in  lieu of such lost Certificate. Any person bavins  any information -with reference to such lost  Certificate of Title is requested to communicate with the undersiiTgnea.  Ds-ted at tne Land Registry Office, Nelson,  S.O., this 16th. ������lay of J������!y= 192T.  KMistrar of Titles.  E>ate oC first Era"blicst!on J������l*v 28, JS27.  66VERHISEICr LIQUOR i&T  JNotiee of AppKcGti&te for 'Cons&nt  Transfer of Beer License .. ,  to  NOxjaj-i-s is hereby  day of August next, tl  ven that, on tne 36th  e underaigned intendfj  tf3,  M  Wi'iB. M.'i^vsois, 5ves*e  motor* visitors to Porthili ������nd Rykerts  on Sunday, where they were guests of  Mr. Rykertand Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Davis. Lilke ������11 all the other visitors  they were taken with the great varte  to apply to the Liquor Control Board for consent to transfer or Beer License Number 729  issued in respect of premises being pstt of a  baildinsr kno-wn as Plnehurat Inn and situate  at South Slflcan, in the Countgr of JCootenay,  upon lands described as ijot a of jslock B ox  District Lot 303. Nelson Land Registration  District, in the Province of British Columbia,  from Kenneth Campbell to Albert Oibbon. of  South Slocan. British Columbia, the transferee.  Dated at South Slocan, B.O.. this SS6th day of  July, 1927. ^-���������---���������'.  .-������������������*���������  AliBEBT OIBBON,  Applicant and Transferee.  WEB FREE!  With every purchase of 25c. or over we  will give FREE one box of BULLDOG  MATCHES.     Good for one week only.  A WINDOW OF CHINA at  GUT PRICES!  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  ojeo. m. k-klx^y  Gmm  FSm*������  Paff������#to  This year it is necessary to have a. Permit  from some Forest Officer before any camp-  fire may be set out in any forest or wocidlauu.  Be sure to get a Permit for your camp-fire  and  follow the  instructions  printed  on   the  back of it.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  Prevent For est F#r������������  ^^JL^&^m^LWm-m   Imlk*.    tmm* ^M^ MUfe        l|ML JBs** MH    *m*\t   IHBtiU   t**m} m\*\%**\\*  ^^^^   ~^ ^".^^J   S^F jWW ^^y   tWSwS**^    IssoKmmKf JMUfflr Jmatsml     as** nK*m0*w nas*.  ...y  ftifB1 ll-l'lll  Jtsj2i.yjjij3ry������  i^ESTiO-T/ B,   Or  ���������AaaMM  im������v.wamir jrin  ��������� ~i*!r -**  oi    avaies   win  Victoa-ia    after  Bdmontoai,    as  ix.xi.ix.   me   a-tunce  visit Vancouver and  August 10.  The population of  shown by the olllcial city census figures made public today, as 67,083, an  lnca-ease of 1;920 over alie Doaaainion  Goverauueii't totals of last year.  An increase in wages nnd adjustment of woa'Uing i*ules is sought by  Canadtan National telegraph employees, who started negotiations with  the management through the iiatea-ua-  tional   aanion  representatives.  The New York Herald-Tribune says  tla&t Colonel R. Rex Reunee, former  officer of the Lafayette Escadrille  and World War ace, announced that  he would attempt a right to Parifc  anal return in"'2-1  hours. The hop will  h&   ������53ide   ill   rJepftjnibt1!*,   lit:   Si������ad.  It is possible (hat: Australia's 1931  exhibition may be of a British ICaii-  pire character. There is a suggestion  that the King away be invited to open  It,  but,  as  His  Majesty as unlikely to  ii%r.     nl������     l i ilk*-'     trc     n aicJ     Mill     t>c"     tn  vited to perform the ceremony.  Homestead enta-ies for the first five  months of the present year iu the  four western provinces total 2,261, as j  against 2.3S1 for ahe corresponding ;  five months of last year- Saskateh- |  ewaa heads the list with 1..03S en- j  tries, followed by Alberta with 'H:.*.. j  Manitoba with 273, and British Col- '  umbaa with 37.  Hi. Hon. Kaan&ay MaoDonald. lead- j  er of the I .a bo a- party in the United j  Kingdom, wilt not accompany Hon. I  Charles Dunning and party to The j  Hudson Bay this susuner. Mr. Dun- )  ning is as yet unable to fix a time ;  for his irin. He ha^ no? ve? heard s  when Frederick Palmer, the pon en- \  gineer,  will reach the capital. \  Twenty-five  thousand  peonies,   sent ]  by the Canadian Government for free I  distribution in Kngland.     r.arrived    in I  Iwlvt-rpooi   on   the   liner.   Albertie.    A |  staff of girls sent by a London florist i  immediately began the task of transferring   bunches   ot*   flowers   to   2.&00  cardboard   boxes     for     despatch     to  members     and     officials     of     public  bodies all over the country.  Comets Baffle Astronomers  Laws  That Govern  These  Bodies Are  StiU  a  Mystery  Coiaiets;-are ... strange    bodies    that  baffle   even   th"   ������������j[������������*i*>   .-><*   *i������^������=*������   be-  hind tlae huge telescopes in the ob-  seryatorieeC Travelling at a dizzy  speed tiaey rush toward the, sun,  travel around it, and t la oaa re a una to  ']ae dislaait spaces frona which they  emerged.  Kdiiiund HSUey, ;an Kiagilsh astronomer, began studying the orbits  of comets, and iaa 1CS2 lie calculated  ihat the coiilef then visible would return- in !7&i>. When an December of  that year the 'comet did re -appear,  scientists realized, that IFjilloy had  made, .an oxti*eme.ly import am coaitri  butioti to the staady ������*���������' comets, and  this particular one. wets named after  M. B. MURPHY jliiaaa.  Superintendent Canadian! Wi,h 1-'������������e-y> ��������� computations the  National Railways, Winnipeg, who is j ^tvi.cl> of comets was tendered infln-  tiansferred  to  Hornpavne." Ont. i it*-l>    more   simple   than   it   had   been  ' -,.  iWiiiiiipeg Newspaper Uoios  i'.V  iae  xorable  yet  to  discov-  11  tar  govern  s������  van  so me  law.-.  al ready  Ma Bu&& gets it in the neck  TP"*0*r   sfjrav rlMre vQur hoine o*f rnnsquttoes  ami flies.  It also kills bed bugs* roaches, ants,  -and their eggs.   Fatal to insects but haramless to  -mankind.  Will not stain.   Get Flit today*  Distributed'in Canada by Fred'J. Whitlow &Co., Limited, Ttrronto  Sorting Mail Im Air  British   Air   Ministry   is   Making   Test  of Special   Plane  An aeroplane specially designed  foa* tho rapid transport of mails is  being tested by tlae Air Ministry. It  will carry, beeides tho pilot and an  engineer, a postal sorter, who will  continue his work while flying at 100  :nlles an hour.  Thl������ ktlest type of mail aeroplane j nainsook as naade dainty with tucks,  as fitted with parachutes, and instead j aaad a yoke with touches of enabvoid-  of tho usu.il tail skid has- a steea*Y������ble  Layette for the New  Baby  Clothes   fcr  tho   new   baby  anay  be  made   -with   a   great,   saving   of   time  and   trouble,   when  us.ing  a^e  pattern  for   this 'layette.     Kver.y   garmeaat  re-.  , iiuircd iai tlae new  baby's wardrobe is  i included.    The fia"������t long da-ess of soft  naoro   simple   (ban   it  , ii     ������������*'-*.     IS--*-"* *!*'is-=S'iJ     *:!5ll     ?���������������������-  ; aaa a ins Ihe question a������ tn how these  'swift tra\ ellert* begin Iheir journeys  land what iheir slgiaiHcanc*! may be  | in a universe governei  ' iiiws.     Scientists   have  ;*l*   t..he   liUiviiow la     ifi-A's  ahese   bodies,   for   they  t^ucs   to   flout     those  li.ii own.    I  *i  Wheat   Poo!   Agency  For South  America  Western   Canadian   W^eat   Pools   Will  Establish Selling Agency  in  the Argentin������5  W.  J. Jackniata  has been appointed  resident   representative  in  tlae   Argen-  | tine, for   the  selliaag     ageaacy     Of     tlae  J ihroo  A*\'< siern  Canadian  wlaeaj  pools,  lie   wail    leave,   for   his   new   field   of  -work  early  in   September    and     will  luive   his     headquarters     in     Ihaeaios  Aires.  The appoantinent is the outcome of  ja scouting ta-ip (hat Mr. Jackson made  lo   South   America   last   year   for   the  purpose of impairing into  the general  conditions of the wheat   ta;ade in that,  couaitry.     It   has   since   heen   decided  by the wheat pools to be permanently  represented   there   and   while   the  office   will   be   of   a   somewhat   experimental  character   it  is    intended     to  | give   it   a  thorough   trial,  in   expectation of the two countries coming into  fairly  close a-elktione as both  producers and exporters of wheat.  Hubby     (quite     flourishingly)   -   ���������  Marriage is a lottery."  Wine��������� -What's that ?"  ITubby- -"And 1 won a prize/'  When   a mau   has  a*oal  troubles  he  keeps   thoaai  to  hian self.  l/^  Jl**J*U M- JLV*������_r J- m~r  Flies Mosquitoes Moths  Ants Bed Bugs Roaches  "Theytllowean  tuhhtbe black band"*  /  IS  Airships Terminal Planned  $350,000 To Be Spent On Equipment  in South Africa  Plans concerning the pi-ojected  anooring anast and ground eyuipnraent  L'or an airship teraninal an the l/nioai  of South Afi-ica are almost coanplet-  ed. It. is agreed that .the airship  service shall be controlled by the  Union's railway administration and  lhat approximately $:������*{>0,000 will be  spent on the anast Itself. Tt is aan-  derstood this will be located near  Cape Town. The t^overnanent committed iiself to consta*u<-aion of a  mast   as   the   Union's 'contribution   to  tall wheel, with powerful ba-akbs to  help paall the machine aip quickly on  alighting nt !>mall aerodromes. A een-  ti-aa caagine roorit contaiaas two Na-  liior onginos, oai:h of 500 h.ji.    .  ISiothing     as     Good  Anth.ma riMTiodles <*onao  every   year  tho   sah  Dr.   J,   1).    Kellogg'K  ca-y. A second dress of tho saano  malcrial has tucks running into the  shoulder, embroidery, and aaarrow  lace la-iannaing tho nec*li aaid sleeves.  A get rude sicirt buftouing on the  slioaalders is worn beneath the dress,  and to provido oxlra warmth for cool  days a barrow-coat of so������l. wool, with  shaped top should be Avorav A diaper-  band, shirt* with ULniono sleeves buttoning up tho front, together with  of the original | nightroho Juicing extep.,sioai buttoning  \Hihana   Remedy , I'rom   back onto front, coaatplotes  this  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JULY 24  DAVID AND GOLIATH  Golden Text: "Jehovah Is tho  strength, of my life; Of whom shall i  be afraid?���������Psalara 27.1-5.  Lesson:   1 Samuel 17.  Devotional Reading:  Psalm 27 1-5.  Explsraatioras and Comments  1. The Philistine Peril and Goliath's Challenge, verses 1-1J.���������The  araiaies of the Israelites" and of the  Philistines were encamped on ���������'������������������opposite'-heights of tlie ? yalley of! "?Elala.  i*-Evei*y'i morniaigVanjiir evening for forty  ; days a ������ jjnist.ijti<e giant n&med y-oliath  | had stood forth ami challeaiged the:  Israelites to settle the matter by  j single combat, sayafng: "I defy t he  anal palatable fo children, who show armies of Israel; give me, a maai that  no hesitancy in taking them. They we may fight together. If he is able  will certainly bring worm troubles to ( to fight with rae, and kill me, then  aai end. They are a strengthening , will we be your servants; but if I pre-  and stimulating medicine, correcting vail against hint, then shall ye be our  the disoaders of digestion lhat theV servants?and serve^us." The 'Israelites  worms cause and imparting a healthy j were utterly dismayed. When they  tone to the system -most beneficial saw Goliath approaching, they fled,  to''development. -Goliath boasted pt just the  things  In .which" .Tueri are prone to boast today. He had physical strength. His  height was six cubits and a span. Athletics had done all they, could foa-. him,  j E* i. i i = i*- ������L������tii ji* i*"*fcr  *i-e\.<**K������w.  A.S i n ir I %���������  *r������\: ������  ������ .  Miller's   Worm  Powders   are   sweet  Believed   Oldest  8nhabitant,  "Believed   to   have   been   the   oldest  inhabitant   of Canada,   Mrs.,, Margaa*et [ and he was a fine type of animal per  Thlckfoot, of Salteaux Indian exta*ac-  tion. is defid at the Jackhead Indian  Reserve near Lake "Winnipeg at the  age of .112. Until recently the .squaw  had full use of all her faculties'. She  was the widow of Chief Tliiokfoot,  who   be.foa*e   his   death     many  feet ion. He had splendid military  I eqaiapment���������a helmet of brass, a coat  | of mail and a spear like a weaver's  I beam. Surely, if fine, material'equip-  j.aneni, determines combats, -the shep-  1 herd-1 ad from the hills of Bethlehem  ��������� will be annihilated. And lie enjoyed  , the enthusiastic confidence of ...the  years ��������� Philistines, He Was his nation's pride  ago. played an Important part in the and glory. He strode but. aanid their  Chribtianizing of the. Sal tea tax In- ! shouts, and tlae cheers were like iron  dians. in...his blood.    But all this counted for  nothing., becaut-e    God    was    against  hian. ?  "Men and nations av.ay attain to a  fine aiiimalif-sm. their warlike ���������equipment anay satisfy the most, exacting  standard, and yet, with. God against  thean. they shall, be as structures woven out of mists, and they shall collapse at the touch of apparent weakness. The issue was* not, Goliath  vofsiafi David, but Go'Hath vcitus  God .''���������--J. II. Jowett.  for  aind  Asthma,  go    but  grow greater and greater. No faai-thor  evldenee eoaald be asked of Its reanark-  tiblc moait. It relieves. II is always  of tlie Haute aanvarylng quality which  the sufferer froan asthana leamn to  know. Ho aiot, suffer another attack,  but get   this splendid r������inedy today,  British Expedition To B.C.  Will Collect Hare Flower Seeds in  Mount Garibaldi District '  Tin- Royal HorfJcaallui-ail Socl.-ly <;f  Croat Hrltnln. wilh Its history of over  oaao laaandord years of good work, hrtfi  Oei.-idoil lo finiaasce fin expedition to  m������i Mi.it.ia������t iiaribahii nisi pie*, of Tiri-  Utah CohinabiJi for iho purpose of collecting scciIk from iho numerous rare  and bcnutifiil flowers which revel in  the higher slone.s of ihpr*o graaad hills.  J, c. Hcaanctt, Laako lllll, t:.ipinc nnd  rare plant specialist, is to orgnni/.o  aia;d   dlrei't   tlie  expedition.  Coi'an i atinot ������-vl������>t. when Hollouay's  furn  IN-nmx ������������������>!' Is iippllr-d lo i hem, ho-  ��������� >lU"i-> (������! i',"f./ '<���������  III'*  i<joJ  au<l   Itlllrt  I lie  l,i ������.v.' li  Crii-i.-acM.in la Appcinted  ]'i' li T iJlrli.HOii, profcsHor of  '.lot any ai .Metiill am I \ endly, Montreal. I uats been appointed hy th������i  ������'i>iiiii:ionv.'e'i|th Goi'ornvufnf. rift a*liJcf  >m> cuioglH, of the council of f.clciitlhc  faiti*   iiirm*it rial   icufiircp,  Atu-,lrallst.  |l}iyctlc, whioh Is can  in one size only.  ' Da'oSH   roquiros   1 Th   yards   of   ;*!6-inola  1 auntei'kil, nightroho. 1% yaards, straight  petticoat,  1% yardfl,    shirt    %    yard,  dlfipca*-biand '/fa' yard. Price 20 centn.  Many stylos hairing a smart appeal  mny he loiand in*o,tar Fashion Book.  Our designers original-*-* their patterns  In the heart of-tho stylo centres, and  their creations aro those of tested,  popularity, brought, within the means  oi' the it vertigo woman. Price of tho  hook   10 cents the copy.  How To Order Patterns  Addrcsfi    Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  ar������'li  AicUcrmot  Avo.,  Winnipeg  Pattern   Ko     Size,  N.v.no  Town  VV  M  1600  Alaaaosl any ono will take your Advice, but one, out of n hundred will  generate  fnltli  eiaoaigh to ubo It.  The important ovont in anany a  inan'H lifo l������ an accident - the jaocl  deaal   of blrlh.  About tlita only xw.y  to <:onv|iico a  contrary tnaita  Ihiat  ho 1:.  wrong  Is  to  | nga-< ������ wlili  hian,  mmm  Premier's   Daughter Visits Canada  Mi-h. Maurice Huntingdon Wliltcly, daataghter of the Jti lion, flfauloy  Hahlwlai, l������a'������mlor ������f CJroat. Ilrittiln, photogrnphed nt Wiaaaalpt-g ilmlng hov  a-occnt trap acroHia Canada on Caauuiima i'aio'iac lanufi to vieioj-la vvlu-rn hIio  joined her husband, ou roller from liia iihJp U.M.tf.  Jhuiao. now Iaa CtalaacBu  WUkfCI'M.  Your Home Medicine Chest. ���������-  A in oaa g tho standard household renac-  dles that Hlaould always beoai hand in  your home aiiedlolhe chost, none is  more- Important, than Dr. Thomas'  IJclcctrlc Oil. Its manifold tiaofulness  iq relieving palaa and healing nlclcaacss  Ir known by many thousands throughout, tho land. Always use Dr. Thomns'  Eoloctrlfj Oil for rollovlaag rhouuiallo  nnd sclntic pains, treating son*  throats and chests, coughs, burns.  Bi'Mldf-. cuts, bruises and sprains.  Canada's Water Power Wealth  Only One-tenth of Dominion  Recoi'rc-  ee   Now  Used  Although development  of   CsmadaV,  hydroelectric     energy       last       your  brought  tho   total  now  harnoHiii-d   to  4,It;*),275   lana-HO-powor,  this     Ih     only  duo'-tenth of- tho Dominion's j-ohoiui-  oji,  iiiayri   tlao   Dominion    ftljitlntichiai.  lie adds lhat with tin average of HL!i������  kilowatt laotara  por  pcrsoai  per  yciu,  CjaniKlti  lends  tho world  in  tho   con  RumpMon    of    hydi-o-clcctrlo,    cnerpy  neeordlng   to   population.   Switzerland  Is  second witla    700;     Norwaiy    third  with   403;   Jind    tho     United    KUaU?  r������'Uil3������  aallh,'32T������ The TJmltcd  Ki/igdoin  Im not yot In the running. Now Jusln!-  Iiatlons   for   lndia������t.rlal   purposoK   aaat?  Incii tmlng in  ���������f'nnmlji at  tho  ritt���������.��������� of  :!0   per   c������������nt.   per   annum,   r-oriipitifd  with   12  per    cent,    in    tho     I rial ted  StnlcH.   During  the puKt  24 year.-, iho  lucroiaHod  aiso nt: wntor power  to:-  lu-  daahlry ltita.fi boon $00 per cunt., a.tni  lu  [iho liilli'il Ktaiton 4t)t������ per cent. ranrsB  MCE   BEYEEW,    CBESTQN,  r1  12TTS 17 0  BV   MET.I-Til   L    X4..GLT!NTr2  L.  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,  1925  CHAPTER IV���������Continued'  Any 'neighbor   would -loll, you   that  ?J>r.   St.  John had    builtT: ..tufts > iumse  ��������� wheal he got  married, arid if? you' likci  ';titrac* to wait you might h^a^ythat the;  doctor would not haveeiai bffteo in  .his hotase because his young wife was  : not si long and ihe overflow of humau  ; anisory fro.ti\ si doctor's ofllco, even the  ^coming . and- going; would be de.pres-  j sing to lier, So the doctor had a ta-  H������nico  down  town,  where  visiting pa-  ��������� t!**������'ts'sal in wicker Ihafrs a-eading the  ��������� selected  magazines    ou. ,tlaa    wicker  table while they  waited.  The doctor's wife had her own car.  ; plonty of money, aaad all the "time tlie  'day or night holds.  When ���������Helmi had been    with    Miss  i Abbie  three months  the doctor came  i'otie day to call.    It was not a, pa-ofes-  J sionui  call.    Indeed, he,. who advised  Uu  so  many  cases, how came looking  } for  advice.    11a and  Miss-Abbie had  [ Uuown   each     other     in     Cannangtoia,  ' where   they   had   lived   on   the   same  ' siree'tywentVtb  the    same    Epworth  " I,������!HS.ue; aaad were taught in the same  ' stone school-house on the hili.  .i,:..,,'i'I������.e doctor sat iaa Miss Abbie's gol  deti oak rocker  and  stated   his   case.  ".You have a young Fiam girl with you,  Abbie," he said.  " Miss Abbie ynodded * t here- was no  denying it. At ihqtt .moment ITelmi  was scrubbing the back verandah and  singing at the top of her voice.a song  of her own country.  'She's ai bright girl-;'" continued  the  doclor. "and attractive;^ Vf?Mis3"Abbie;  smiled and nodded again.    "But needs  more  teaching in JOaiglish.    You  send  hea*   t o  night school,...,'?,do .,,y,P������'t,. ������������������,,. T^s,  wt������il, here's .nay pointy.'MyJvH?*"*, needs  more interest in life*,   she    gets    low,  s pi tit ed   and   tapsetV-though   I ? Cannot  Iliad  the "cause.    I- think  if you "would  a.-tk  her  she  anight   consider  teaching  :   your   girl   for  an   hour every   second  day  or so.    She  admires? the gii-1;   indeed,  made  a  sketch  of  her  the  day  she dug your garden."  "She would do it,'" said Miss Abbie,  '��������� apologetically,;'"If. cannot keep Woa*k  : ahead of her.: ?She wanted me to let  her talus iai washing, at least enough  to Keep her busy, one- morning. She  does oaaa-s in such a lillle time,'.and  siie tells me she love's it.>f I wanted  to hire a maaa to dig the garden but  she rojixeii   me so that  1   gave in."  The doctor's face was wistful.  "Don't spoil her, Abbie, lei her work.  work and salvation are closely related."  Across lhe street the .perfect baara-  grtiow do?,od In the bright sunshine.  Its window.3 sparkled', its flowers  turned their faces 1o 'The sun. 11.  looked like an nbodo of:happiness and  content men).  The doctor's wife came down the  steps  In   a   long silk  naotor   coat  and  veil. S*he had heard a horn"pealing  a signal and went around to the side  of the house, where a closed car was  .���������slpyvirigv*d.owii'. 'P;a| man' .. sprStng-f ? bait  lightly and opened the door for her.  V.''She siaoeds something, Abbie.''/the  doctor; said sadly. 'T do'a't know women very well. AVoriaen are ssttber Boisr.  Abbie,, they are so restless and discontented. I believe the women who  had?to sew and knit; and work early  and late were happier. Wonane of  this day, having little to do. do* nothing. 1 fear l am a duliybid stick for  I-Jva. She Is fifteen yo^aVyourager  than  I  ath,  and. I'm  afraid fit ?SsVtob  Wi!! kil! Kiaasy times more f!i__  for ftiite? mon^y than any other  fly killer. Each pad will kill flies  aU dayvv e^ery day, for three  weeks. At all Grocers, Druggists and Genera! Stores -^ V  10c and 25c per package.       ?  Canada's New Carillon  Is  Considered   Finest and   Most  Com  plete  Ever Constructed  installed  in  tiae   Memorial  the    Parliament     Buildings  - carilloss  Tower  oi  in   Otta-  anticipations of the Government  and added another laurel leaf to  the    crown    earned     by    the  famous  Pr\i*w%g* ��������������������������������������� r  *. w l������uM.,t ji  *>j* \*j *-**������* aa.  RUNDOWNAFTER  BIRTH OF BABY  Ottawa Woman Made Strong by  Taking Lydia E. Pinkhani's  Vegetable Compound 1  Ottawa, Ontario. ��������� "I was terribly  run-down after the birth of my third  baby. I had awful beuTana������-down pains  ? naad waas afraid I haul serious trouble.  I was tired all tlao tamo aaad had no  ; appetite. My nistor-in-law ia takinff  I.j/dia E. Pinkhaaa*a'n Vegetable Com-  jaeund and cunnot praise it too highly  und asked aaae to try it.    I havo had  f aiplcndid results and feel fine all tho  tune now. Any oaae who needs a  thorough paek-ane-aap soon learns  from mo what to tako."���������-Mrs.IlraNK  PAtjuw. 812 Cumberland Street, Ottawa, Ontario.  Terrible Backache  Hu.milton, Ont.��������� "After my bab'y  was horn 1 haul terrible backache nnd  "' headaches. I could not do my work and  felt tired froan Uae lu*ht roiaaute 1 i^ot  up. But worst.oC all "vycre^the paint*  ita nry sidosa when I moved about. I  Iind to flit or lie down for a v.*hale af-  terwairds. I could keep my house an  order, bait many things had to go un-  ���������tlimo nt tlao tlmo, bocaause of anay ailments. I was told by n nciKhbor to  tako T.ydiuK. Pink ham'h Veaxctablo  , t'oatapound, ns mIki said ii would build  mo up. I -was relieved before I had  taken tho first we boaiRlat and havo  mot, titui uii.y Lroublo liltu li. oiucu. " ���������  Mrs. T. Mahki.b  60 Burton Street,  Mm ***y!l l7W     rfW'A^tft ***  VV  N.  II.      lt������!lt>  "Miss Abbie's lack of matrimonial  experience kept her * dumb, but slae  kaiew Iter old friend, was sutterine, and  her face spoke* her sympathy.  "JijYa is the kiaidest hearted kid !u  tlae woa-ld, and she woaald love to* help  anyone." w-aat on the doctor. '"Will  you Come over tomoa-a-ow���������she's out  now���������and ask her:"  The first day ITelmi went across the  a-'otad for her lesson she spent atauaa^  usual time over her toilet. Her faco  shone fa-om soap and water, her hair  was tortaared into crocheted curls,  and as a final preparation she tightened her corsets itntil breathing became  diflicult. She had, noticed the extreme slimness ot the dainty person  who went in and out of the doctor's  house, and had grown critical of "lier  own ample form.  The doctor's wife received her in  the f sun-roonaf yydrhose iaaagnitSceirce  completely overpowered Helmi. The  sun came in,ftfhrough...curtains of yellow slllc.? falliugr In pools of Hgtat on  the greeri?;and white iilsdVh&oiy'"fTtae  tjibles were of wicker, with? pockets  of silk- from?? whieb , gaily covered  books and magazines protruded. A  black dish had goa*geous. birds perched  on its iim, apparently just going to  jdake t heiif thirst from the water below, ou whose surface was watei-  lalies floated. fE'erns with "trailing  "fronds "of "green lace hiing from the  Jow ceiling.? and bia-ds in gold cages  yturaied the air into ;a musical jingle.  -r Helmi stood at the door transfixed  with the beauty of it aU.  "Come in,- pretty thing," sang the  doctor's wife" iai a chanting.voice. She  was lyiaag on a chintz-covered- Imange  with a box of chocolates on a low  stand beside her. "Come in and let  nie look at yota."  Though Helmi did not know the  words, she knew she was being made  welcome. She'glided iaa with the peculiar walk she had when she was  frightened, arriving aa noiselessly at  the couch 6s if sho had cc-me on runners. ���������       v ���������   :  "Creamy skin, ga-eeaa brown eyes  and ilery gold hair- -yota should do  well in this land of opportunity."  "Ves, Ma'am," agreed Helmi,  ' -'No, don't say that" Mra: St. John  was sitting up aaow, majtrying a pretty  picture with la ft* aiaashed cheeks ond  rumpled "hair. "Say, 'Yes, Mrs. St.  .lohn.* 'Ves. Ma'am.' Is &one .forever  with the hair-wreaths and petticoats.  nnd lots of other things I could meia.-  liou; Say 'Yes, Mrs. St. John.' "  Uelmt repeated fhe words coaTectly,  The lesson^lnsled au hour, coinciding oxaarlly with the duration of tha  chocolates ftnil Helmi was' Invited to  come every Tuesday.  To riolml there seemed to open a  new world, rapturous, l-ainbow laued  and golden ��������� something sho had  dreamed about. Tlao subtle perftime  of the suia-rooaaa, the alt* of Indolence  and hljcuav^ of freedom from eiia*������ or  rasprYiiHiblllty, the' mufllod soundti in  the liouso, ns If ovory ono walkod on  eiuooU (if iiliiHli���������all this seotiied it  part, of hea* dream.  When she camo out into tlao sunshine tiiad i-an across tho road Helmi,  lor tlie fla\st time, waua ������blo to think  In Mngllsh, nnd the words that she  suld were, "Sumo class."  CHAPTER   V. ���������  Young'Methodist Church, though  not sot on a hill, was deteaaaihiod that  It would aiot ho hidden ,in spite of  that gea>grajahicul handicap, aud no  resorted to the wholly woihlly hut  aicvorl holes* effective met hod of nd-  vertrklng. A tilack and gold signboard  on Mae "ornrr of I'.roo.(3irr������y nr.c* Iii.1  moiul ueiimiluted tint waayfaror with  hi'vithI   fact.H in Hie  hopi* mif tnt.������aro������t*  ing that flekle person in his own welfare, it toid the name of. the pastor.  the subject of his sermon, the jiajiae  ef they choir leader, the soloist $oy-  aiext Sunday,ythe deaconess, the president of; tbe ftfitul-les' Aid Society-, and In  larger and stiii more golden type it  proclaimed that this was ttae  StrangeiV Church. The stranger naturally looked around in an endeavpr  to locate, his property, and if lie would  -follow the indication of the gold hattd  which pointed up Broadway he would  -find it. sure euoug'n, Tliere it stood,  solidly brick, an abbreviated tower  and empty belfry, deep set windows,  a few straggling vines holding tofa  network .of wire that swayed in the  winds and kept the viues in constant  reffefinbraai'8 of the uncertainty ?6*  life! "V;       ���������;"���������" :V" ';"   :; V';V  Over the side door one evening,  thougii it was yet early, ,a light  burned, pale atuber and faint because  of the daylight. At first it looked as  if the sexton bad forgotten, to* put It  out from the night before, baat members, adherents aasd frequenters knew  that.it liad a? .meauing. It sirtiDlv  meant that soaiaetbing was in progi-ass  :���������the hotase was in session. The  sextoit, a burdened man, with a lame  leg and a- shc>r*t? temper, who was rarely seen witliolit-; a duster in his hand,  was arranging and dusting the seats  in the Tower Room. The Girl's Club  was holdiaag a supper meeting. .  (To Be Continued.)  43 1C4.JL&V*. O-TWCAA  the thousands who heard the bells  peal forth their joyous jftessage at  noon of Jubilee Kay, and the millions  to whom it came by radio thro"ugaiout  tho longtli and breadth of ihe Domin-  i ion, were enthralled by the rich qual-  ity of the sound and amazed at-the  ability of the bells to reproduce every  kind of music. This had been demonstrated in--England; at the recital given by M. -ILefevere, the distinguished  Belgian carilloueua*, at the foundry.  A.3i account printed at tue time stated  that no less than 1,200 people visited  the Croydon works''to aee the Cana^  dian caa*illoh, described as the finest  and most com plete ever constructed  in the home of bell-rirging.  Ottawa, has indeed been favored  in becoaiiitag 'the possessor of a  carillon unadvalled at the pi*esent  time, and that will remain a perennial fountain of joy and faispia-ation  to tlae people of .tou&y saati to gsii-  erationsV yet un.boa*ii. In England it  was generally admitted that this  kitest production of a craftsmanship  unequalled by any other country of  the world is an instrument of great  anajesty and beauty. ���������*. The carillon is,  indeed, the greatest in the world,  i-anging - from a ten-ton Bourdon,  tuaied as closely as possible to that  of Big Ben_at Westininster, to a treble only twelve pounds in weight, 53  sepai-ate bells in all. The "demonstration, in EisgiaEWi xeve&iieii *������.s  ability to ; reproduce - all kinds  music, classical and popular.-  Tho.naas  Times-Journal.  In difficult  feeding cases,  Eagle Brand is  a wonderful  baby food.  Consult  doctor.  j   rt'      nn ������ '��������������������������� intr? - <L 1  ror Jiois weess  of  St.  He'that cemtenrneth    small   thlrogis  shall fail by little and little.���������0?fccfes. *  xix. 1.  Despise not little sins;  -   The gallant ship may sia>k,:  Though only drop by di*op  The watery tide it drink.  ���������Kichard ChenevLs: Ts*ench.  ; The sins by which ,Gpd'3 spirit is  ordinarily grieved kr6 the sins of  small things,���������laxities ?ih keeping the  temper, slight neglect of duty, lightness, sharpness of dealing. If it la  your habit to walk with God in tho  haa rubiest occupations of your day. It  Is very nearly certain that you will bo  filled: with the Spirit always.  ���������Horace Bushnell.  NO BETTER MED&INi  FOR UTTSJiMiES  millions ot  r   tt  Dead" Letters  Yearly    Report    Shows    Necessity    of  Being Careful About Address  -���������"���������It will came as a surprise to most  people, and as������������������, a shock to many, to  learn from the. Canadian Post Office  Department that nearly 2,000,000  "dead" letters were handled by this  departanent dui'ing last year. More  than 1,000 of these letters were registered ������������������ and had a monetaa-y value  amounting to thousands of "dollars.  Tn fact, the sum of $19,150 was recovered by Postal authorities froan  this .large quantity of undelivered  niaiii The junuber of such letters. Is  far too great. While it will n.gverybe,  possible, perhaps. to completely  eliminate all "dead" letters, ��������� they  could be redaaced to a negligible  aaumbea* thaougli a little carefaalnesa  by the writers.  It is sheer carelessness on the part  of tho writer Ira addressing the eat-  velope that, la the I>riMaaa���������J,, reaaou for  the majority of the 2,000,000 "deads."  What a world of tragedy may He behind this huge quantity of undelivered anail. Think of it. Two million  persons in the world wondering wlay  two "million others "never replied to  Uio letter I wa-ote." ?J-Iopen nmyltavo  been bligfited. heart's- broken, fortunes lost. Who can loll how many  tender out poxtrltiga of feminine  hearts havo been revealed to ruthless ollicial searchiaig iai -dead" letters Cor a return address. The aaaor-  al is* clean*; Make saare tho ad dress on  all letters is correct, and hoed the  fulmntaitlon of the Post, Ofllco Department to wi-Ite a roturai addr������ss'' on  the outside of all envelopes, you will  he doing the officials a good turn and,  Incidentally, yourself.  Has Stringtaas Violin  Canon F. W. 011 pin roctoT of tho  parish of Faatlkbourne, England, has  a hobby���������unlqtio musical' instru-  mcntti. Tie ha������ about. (500 specimens  front all corners of the earth. Oddest  I of all, perhaps, is a Hiring!ess violin.  Another sua prising musical rlna.trai.-  anont, Is what appears to bo a largo  family Illblo; when opened It shows  a. keyboard taaid a small set of pipes.  On thin orguat. Ibi-i cuaaoa haa played  ������t mission services.  ���������An oimnael for wood and metal has  Luvri, .na^iuw Yvt^'.tt. iX, laolUiiun uovctO^uU  from ootlmi, which Is hard, durable  (���������and Wrttet-procif. |  Paddings For Desert  Two Recipes That Hava Been Found  Unusually Delicious  There is one thing In favor of  puddings for-dessert that makes the  dish a freqaaent" selection, and that is  that the average simple pudding can  be used for the little ones as well as  the adult mernbea*s. of the ... family.  Here are two recipes that have been  delicious and ; yet  are simple to* prepare and* economical: >    " ' ' '  Orange   Bread  Pudding  % cup ?Eagle Brand Condensed Milk.  2 cups hot water.  1 cup   sjited   soft   bread   craimbs. .  -.2 egg yolks,   slightly   beaten.  1 tablespon "melted butter.  Juice of three oranges.  Ga*ated rind of one orange.  Yx teaspoon salt.  Adtl hot water tn condensed milk,  blend thoroughly1! and bring to scalding point. Pour over bread criambs;  let'stand until cool. jCdd egg yolks,  salt, melted butter, orange juice ana  a-Ind. Poaar into, a buttered pudding  dish, set iai a pan of hot water. Balco  In a anoderate oven aboait i'orty-flvo  minutes. Cover with meringue of  stiffly beaten egg whites aaad otae-  I'oaarth cup sugar. Brown siighiiy iu  a moderat oven. Sea*\re cold. If desired, the whole eggs naay be added  to pudding, the meringue omitted  and the pudding served cold with  creatai. u  Tapioca  Cream   Pudding  % cup Eagle Bratad Condensed  Milk.  2',4 cups  hot water.   "  4 tablespoons   qaaickcooklng  tapioca.  M tec-spooav salt.  2 eggs beaten separately.  :t tablespoofn molted  butler.  1 tablespoon vanilla or any preferred  flavoring.  "Pilule milk with hot watei*, blending well. Bring to scaldlug point In  a double boilea*. Stir iu tapioca and  cook ubotat one laalf hmir. Add butter and salt to oj-:g yolks. Pour over  thean gradually tlao hot tapioca, stirring constantly. KeUiraa to* doublo  boiler and cook throo minutes long-  oa\ Pour slotwiy over the beaton egg  whites, foldiaig Iaa geni,ly; flavor and  clalll. Sct-vo plain, or with cream or  Trosh fraait aaaico.  V������l*y croaaaa tapioca pudding by  arranging fronh or canned poachen,  apricots, or sliced oranges In bottom  ot serving dish, pouring ovor tlae  chilled tapioca cream.  Is What Thousands of Mothers  Say of Baby's Own Tablets  A medicine forr ihe baby or grooving child���������Kitae ? that "tlie mother can  feel assua-ed is absolutely safe as  well as efflcienty-is found in Baby's  Own Tablets. The,, Tablets, are  praised?^.byv-V. th6usd^4sVV<>r mothers  throtaghbttt the %ountryV Vv These  niothers have' founds by actual >. ex-  jserieiiee tla'at'therd'^s'^n^-'biheipf-'ifteut-  clne-'for little -otaes to ���������������������������equal.-������������������them.  Once a mother has used them for her  childa*en she will use nothing else.  Concerning thean Mrs. Charles Ilutjt,  Taaacook Island, N.S., wa-ites: "I have  t*n childi-en. the baby being .iust six  months old. I have used Baby's Own  Tablets for* them fprfjtho past twenty  years: and cttri truthfully say? that I  know of no better rnedtciaae for lit!Io  o'aies. I always keep a box of the  Tablets In tho house aaid would ad-  viSe all othor mothers to do so." y  Baby's Owu Tablets aro sold by all  aoedicine dealers or' will bo mailed  upon ayeceipt of pa-Ice, 25 cents per  box, by The -Da. Williams' Medlclri������  Co., Brockvllle, Oaat.  A block of coal nliao feet high and  four feet square was a*ocently shipped to Italy.  No child should be allowed to mxt"  fer nti hour froiri worms who it prompt  relief can bo got lu a slruplo but  strong veaaaody ���������- Mother Uravea'  Worm Exloraninalor.  Canada has 50 million poultry,  with aaa annual prodttetkm value of  150.000,000.   .  Estevon Brlquettlng Plant  Five units of tho Estevan llrlquot-  ting Plant- turning out 750,000 tons  of fuel annually Is the objoctitro of  altyw now company vifhleh luiii Sakuti  ovor cporatlons ait Rsfovan, nccoa*d-  Ing ta> O. F. Slaeelaan, oC Seattle, Inventor of tho process now being initialled. Ono unit, naming out 20 tons  nn hour, for 21 hours of tho day, will  bo in opornfloai by l>ocoanbor 1st, .ho  jMtid. M. A. llarUoy, at ^caitio. Is  pa-ifsblent of  tlae  now  company.  Mlnard'a Linlmont tor wArt* and Plm-  *   59lO-*H.  Keep Mlnard'a Liniment near at hand.  Colors of every torao and shade,  natanberlng 1100, coaiaplled from productions of dyo .makers, are displayed  In an iaadox .recently  Issued.  i       ��������� ���������      - - -  UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA  y WINNIPEG v  Off������r������,   nmong    atb������r������,    tha    follow!no  Courts**:  Through Un I'-ACUJLTY OF ATtTa  ANI> ISO I KNOW oourflun leadlnc to. tain  ft<i������rv.*'H ot It,A. tun\ M.A.; **ri������a J.t.JSu..  tneludliite Il.Sc. (l>hor.), *nil M.ac.  Tli'rouKh 1t������ FACQUTY OF WNOIK-  p:ii;it:iNa anp AKt'iriTHJOTurtio  i-oiii'MriH IfiuUnir to the <S������ci-ffl������������* of IJ.Bc.  CC.15.). B.So. (K.MJ.), M.Bc, and  It. Arch.  TltrouKh lla VACAll/V'Y OK MKDr-  ('INK courn������������������i laadlnc to the d������nrra������iK  of \%.V>. ������ai<l t?.M.  Through l*.s VACVUVY OF AtJIU-  <riir/i-(.at<aia    and    homio    tcctonto-  MUM <:our������efl lna.llnit to tho tlmicrsm*  ut if-.S.A. ������������Jv8 Zi.St:. <ti.J'-, >  Tttrouitli RIANITOHA LAW SCHOOU  mii ttfni1u.1nrt Innflt nllon, * fOurM  l������adii)tc ������o tlin dajrrAo of I^I���������fl.  I'or icmi������ of Mifttilr.itloit, rlatnIlM of  rourMou uaiJ othar InfornaAtlon, apply  to  W.  J. 3PENCC, n*ol������tr*r.  VUinv*r������lty o*"  M.ittKot>H,  Wl������nilp*a  VMtai NSW rnitNoM iiaf mkov. -n������.i  |l,^i������������i.    W"     fc������    w, ������m*  U*. S far Ml������4������  ��������������� ������>Kl������rvl������. rw������,<* for ������!������������������������������*  KatJl %tt |4.������JWr Cuauiem   ������*  i.un  m>������i   ttmmt  mmJUm\xt,%m6U.m.<0m. r������*Nit������i*^������iM4MW MXjmmMmm ^^^j^s^&an������|!3a^^.  ^a7rtm^w'"ffi*~fcy-*^1^������^-'ir,*3ytfMl  ^52SSSSSSa~=ea432EcaiasSii^^  i^at*SJf^!SS^s6aaSf^ggpe^s?^S5H  ISSSEE^OTSrosBsssBrai  THE  CJSIESTOS  REYIEW  Local and Personal  Cows Fob SAtas-rHolsteans, fresh.  H. Helme, Cataip Lister.  Mrs. and Miss jsd*na Holuaes avers  weekend visitors with fraends in  xsTeisoD.  Procure your repairs for Frost &  Wood naowere while our stock is complete..   S. A. Speers,  Hay For Saub���������Fave tons alfalfa at  820 toa delivered-; or $15 ton at stack.  Albert Stewart, Creston.  Onr former townsman, C B. Garlands now' of Kelson, made a snort  weekend call at Oreston, when he was  guest of Major and Mrs. Mallandaine.  sigiican OSiursh Services  SUNDAY, JULY 31  *������������5e������cie������W'or  WYNNDEt���������7.50 v.m.  Tcunrnc1 ctnn pAiii*SbT������  CISC WaS ���������  Tencts^rs wall be s eceive4 up to noon  iaonday, Aaa-gii^t 1st, 1S27. for. the  erection of a concrete fire wall between  tbe Speears* store and Oreston Bakery,  Specifications and all other inform*-!  tion from S. A. SPEERS, Creston, i  Frank Romano was a visitor at  Mieh^S at the end of tbe week, a guest  of his daughter,. Mrs. DeLucca.  For Saxjse���������Place your orders now  for ������ood second cutting alfalfa, $20  ten ci3i������*yerscU  ysoffey Si?s������t5 Os^?������ftO'ss������  Milk Goat Fob Sale��������� Young doe  freshening soon* good,milking strain.  hornless, gentle, price reasonable. P.  G, aabbutt, Ureston.  Mr. and Mrs. F. O. BodKers are now  occupying tbeir comnaodioaas new  residence ~on Barton Avenne, moving  at tbe end of the wee*k���������  House For BBNo>--4-room cottage,  pArttf furnished, or unfurnished, ma  Moljeod Aseauie, next A.LbCameron'*3.  Apply Mrs. W. K. Brown, Creston.  Miss Phyllis Hamilton, of the nursing staff of the Nelson Hospital, is  home for a two weeks* vacation with  ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. J..W. Hamilton. '������������������,'������������������.  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McAlpine are  taking' their tsswal three weeks* summer vacation at present, and visiting  relatives    and friends   at  Edmonton,  Alberta.  B, Hurack of Kimberley arrived at  the end of the week to  take charge of  i*������������sfe *>f Orest**������ia-  f...... S,������^.n.      ������Kr������vw������*C *a,������*.Sii������  which     was   formerly  Frank Romano.  in   chat-Re   of  RAL.MHR   GHtR&F������RAGTGR  Have the cause of disease removed  H, L* H^MINBON  BJtfifn&ref* ������������ souorot?  ATOTAfiY PUBL.iG  Imperial Bank Bldg.      Oh'ESTOW  Sh&es BLWsdie  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm mifFSite������E������  Shoe and Harness Repairing  10-Day Special  Steel Fishing  Rods af One  Dollar Each!  This is a strong, serviceable  stss! rod for men or boys. Enameled in black only; bra a  ferrules and brazings; snake  rings; turned corrugated handle  finished natural color, and varnished* Contained in partition  cloth bag.     Length 8i and 9 ft.  V. MAWSON  Rev. S. and Mrs. Newby are due  back toSay fi-om a three weeks* auto  vhrtfc at Victoria, and there will be  services at Christ Church at Sand  il a.m. on Sunday. v  According to tbe new game regulations a. fcwai-day pheasant *.hoot has  been conceded for Oct. l5-16ih-i-eoefe  birds only���������in the Creston district,  west of Kootenay Landing  Mr. and Miss*. Murray of Niagara  Palls, Ontario, were visitors ait the  weekend \eiih Mr. and Mrs. H. S.  McCreath, have resumed the trap east  wftev a vitit at coast points.  The fans should be out in force for  Sunday's baseball fixture, Creston vs.  Lumberton. It wall be the game of  tbe season, and the locals want all the  home town saapport possible.  FoB; Sale���������At Oreston, six-roomed  house, good garden 350 x JKM) feet; few  young trees���������apples, neai-s. cherries.  Vegetables to laet fandly a year.  Apply A. E. Da vies, Creston-  R. A. Comfort as this week  starting  delivering   ice and   Is   well   supplied  wito the frozen fluid to supply a last of  customers   at     the   i-enaarkabiy    fane  price of one -cent a pound delivered.-  E-iek Randall, who formerly conducted the Auditorium barber shop, is  now located at Deer Irfidge, Montana,  one of the livest towns in the state,  and has a iferavisBfj-f .^rade  In  the ton*  ������*#��������� Ol     HUVl  La oner Moore, who has been working at the reduction plant at Britannia Beach for the. past few month*,  arrived home this week for an extend-  sSay that class of employment not  agreeing with his Health.  ' Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Mary Goodwin left on Friday on their annual  two weeks' motor vacation, during  which they will visit with their son,  Harold, at Kellogg, Idaho, as well as  Spokane and const points.'  Mrs. W. JK������ Brown left on Sunday  for 0-neair cTAlene. kin ho, to whach  point she took the Davis children to  join their mother, who bus decided to  make laer future bonne in that town,  where her son is employed.  Mrs. Lister's orchestra are putting  on a dance iu the Parish Hall on  Brad ay, evening, August 5th. with an  admission of 81 to gentlemen, and 50  cents to ladies, which Includes supper.  The orchestra nunonneo that it has  taken the night of the fall fair for a  dance.  iiaWy is  ���������������������������<1W: ^b^JH.' -  -32 -r^St  an j^Leciaant  ���������"     ������������������ ��������� ���������      ���������  *9  we  &~\ :_t*jfl-_^.?V^'i!' jJl1'~'  *S^ *****������%>j       *Ji      m.i.2.%0  carry is the very finest that  tf%���������|fV   f^^a    f-ftCBurt f  If you are not already using our  111.    IB   1  MMmSM  Pi HI  tiiecxnc vyiritijf  We have opened out an Electrical Store  one door East of the Postoffice  and are prepared to do all lands of  Electrical work. All work is Ruaranteed  amd our prices aro reasonable. Free,  estimates given at any time. We solicit  your patronage.  Sr&^^gJj������'j|������gr|      BLij-n-j  liiEiUyBle Lly  rostoificc Block  efrififiQ  B wlbu  tt\M-,*J>M -%jrF*  uD     iiOtt    iclil     IU    glVC   tIII&   UI*SliU   a   iOcii    tiliLi     L5w    V^jliV.iliVXU  *=     4o������l     4-r^     .������-������!���������������Vr������*s   4-l^-!cr'    i~%J^-g^f*i    ?s   "Ffl^sl     iBfifi      \**P*     f*i~iV\\7ttyC'fx������~i  riirv CtiAfle  wauwtuttut?  Fyrniture  Hardware  e>  1*^^11  m.Jkv*%rM/a/  <8������8   i\tr  ������?&4%  ������h4~B!&*%���������*  JL   &p&*3  x yjsL  *V9f my erver  SCREEN:B@()R������^ WINDOWS  m all size^  Hinges, Screens and Fittings for your Screen Door  Galvanised Screen Wire in all widths  Cotton Mosquito Netting or Cheese Cloth  FLYTOX in bottles, at 50c* and 75c*  FLYTOX SPRAYERS* SOcm each  MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIM TED  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province o������ Western Canada  ; -,  *. ��������� TO THE END OF DECBMBBR, 1926 ..  Haa produced Minerals aa follows: Plaoer Quid, $78,018,948; Lode Gold, ^126,^72,318,  Silver, 5180,787,0033 Load, $100,976,442; Copper $209,867,068; Zinc, oS0,B12,657; Coal  and Coke, $264,69ft.l33; Stvuoturftl Materials and Mfacdllaneous Minorale, $50,175,407; raals-  ing its mineral prodiiobion to the end of ISJso Biaow ������ii  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production ? year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tlie Mining Laws of thia Province are more liberal and tlio fees lowor than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in tho British Empire.  Mineral looationo are granted to diaeoverera for nominal feco,  Abaohite Titles, are obtained by developing auoh propEartitjy, the i������aaurl-cy at rshSoh ia  guaranteed by Crown Rte^ttu  Full information, together with Mining Reportn and Maps, may he obtained ������ratis by  atldreBaiBaig���������  THE HON- THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Praitlcnlly nil Britlfih Oolitmbla Mineral Pt'oporti^a upon which development work liao been done  wro ������li'Hi;a*Iln?il Ira itoine one of thai Annual Ilonorto of tliu MittttErstor ot Mtneo. Tlaono eonslilerlnp; taaEaattaj;  Invontanomta nh^aaUl vvfvv to sianh ropArl.ni; -Xnoy aro avatiltihle without ohaafffe on application to tbe Do-  parimento Mines. Victoria, BkO. Keportaof tlaat* Geo'lojpclcal Survey of Caimulu, Winch Baaililiakg, Van-  cmavor, un-o raeominenclocl au valunblo wamreoB'of inioniaaitjon.   .  fleportacAvorltnf; each of tho 81 Jt Mttteral Staavoy DittbrlctM aro piibllnhed (separately, ami aro avail  table on nppi������oHti<������M.  mmmm  mmtm  mmmwmmmmmm

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