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Array ^^^^SS^B^S^  ���������a.  JSMSmWm j.w*       aW WT*'f^ 000 ^V  ft>. JOB! ������������ MBBMw W  ~   ��������� ���������&. **  -lM'-.'-alH' "Vyl:#"^. W  ^r    v  ,,57'/>>*>>  ^Y*g"  ORESTON, RsO=, FRIDAY* AUGUST 26   1927  No. 2^  Mr. and Mrs E. Martin and family,  ,wbo hare been in camp at Kuskanook  tbe past three- weeks, are especated  home on Saturday.  Quite a number from Erickson took  vuc     uan    uojr    uu    Ou _ ~������SuuSpun;    CO  attend Oreston VaSSey   Comparative  Association picnic at Goat River on  fr*ftfe A   l?5������������^������   .. ^ *^***<������������A^������*.^���������������  xvojjr  ���������LOIlinTH   Hi  ,���������      J...I.  s���������   fche  the contract to load ties-forr Putnam & j  Staples, Limited, who will commence  shipping at the end of the week.  Canyon orchaardisto figured in the  first mixed car of fruit and vegetables  that rolled from Erickson at the 'first  of the week. Early apples, tomatoes  and cucumbers were prominent in the  manifest.  Her. J. B. ESealey took the United  service here on-Monday nights, in tbe  absence of Kev. J. Herdman who is in  Mrs. Pitt Brooke and children have  gone to Pentictonv where they expect  to reside in future.  erection of another garage���������to houss  the new Chevrolet sedan.  Creek.  Oj tb3 SK-SHSHI**! SSS.ri**S*  gt& SSt������t������/������������������  'Mrs. Williams'left last week for  Riondel on a. visit with relatives at  that point.  Oarl Wigen is a visitor at Bosweli  this week, where he is a holiday visitor with friends.  connection with the heating system  that are expected to make the new  Woodbury heater'give better satisfaction. They have also purchased a  scheolbelS to be erected at once, and  which will also serve as a time giver  to both Huscroft and Lister.   -  Mr. aad Mr-s. O. ������. Bennett and  children cf Fertile ase visitors here  this week, guests or Mr. and Mts.jT.V.  Staples.  Jim Dodchaa, who bad his arm rather  severely burned about three weeks  ago, is about ������ble to start work and  votA ba on. tfcs Putnam, Palmer /fe  Staples, Limited, payroll by tbe fhst  of the week.  Miss Kitty Littlejohn, who had  ������|*mim������������������ jjf Jibs Otessliii9' school last  term, has been notified of her appoint-,  ment as principal of the school at  Huscroft.  Ed. Gardener Ss dismantling his  house at the Cattnady Addition. Lister, and is moving it to Srickson for  re-erection 031 a site near the blacksmith, shop.   Stan Watson is  doing  the hftuiiSiS.  The windstorm on Tuesday night  last did eomparatiyeiy little damage  in this seetitmo, with the exception of  the Thurstora, Botterill and Celli  ranches where the blow down of pears  and^ apples was much more severe than  ,-   in.mfi*slif,o*ife^iaiT^������  . f' f^paress  shipping  is falling : off at  Earickson now that the loading out of  V-mix^^fe^^  y-y-wis^  .���������    fVVmjsT^^^  ���������' '*V;;aTw.-cucumli^.>-:?'-?Vy;f?V^  Gay  Canyon's population is very much  depleted this week due, to an exodus  of holiday camping parties at Kuskanook and Sanca Creek, and with a few  of tbe other residents taking a few  days away to try out tbe bass fishing,  following the success of Bobert Burns  who came home on Friday with 30  very fine ones.  Canyon appears to have suffered  less than other spots in the valley in  tbe big wind that prevailed on Tuesday night, of last week. The pears  suffered the worst, and tbe Mcintosh  and Wealthy apples on young' trees.  Canyon Ladies* Club take this opportunity to thank all those who so  heartily patronized their concert and  sale on August 17th. f n spite of rainy  weather a fair crowd gathered and all  those taking part In the programme  did. their : *>art* well; ' Thuuks aire especially due those from outside points  who helped. The ��������� total intake was  $75 which is almost enough to cancel  the debt remaining on the Canyon  ball. Dr. O. Lillie of Ca-eston presided  at the concert, and some of the items  oaa the programme were: Instrumental duett, L. Mpberg and T. Maw-  spn.y  StVlo, **Clovelly Song of Devon.*'  Mrs*''I^ankVEtose-*'     Shading, ������������������How a  tom������V   .������lfa$>L,-:;^ _ .  :j^taM^';^'d^|&^ Fi^!;H^Je V* yMisjia  Frances Knott.   Beading. ^^Ask Mam  rma," Manfni^   Samaielson. JReadfng,  "BecaJined," Mrs. Geo. Jacks.     Snlosy  "���������Under a Spreading Chestnut Tree,*'  Joe Wigen  bnsanesa  week.  G. H. Phillips of Kimberley spent a  couple of days at the ranch the early  part of last woek, and had as his guest  Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Phillips* who were  on their way to take up residence at  and Paul LaShat were Victoria to which point T. C. has been  vasitors   at  Cranbrook   last traasfarred from Calgary, Alberta, by  the Sun Life Assurance Company.  A serious shooting mishap occured  ������iere on Friday night in  which Alex.  Mrs. Mcssly is here at present on a  visit  With her daughter, Mrs. B. Uri.  Miss Etta Johnson of Calgary,  Alberta is .spending her holidays with  her sister. Mis. Carl Wigen.  Clarence Wilson Jeft on Saturday  for prairie points^ where he. will help  w|ih harvest and Chreshang.  Mr. and Mars. Ken Dewar and son of  Kossland are spending their holidays  here with Mrs. Btewar's father. John  Bathie* v-v  M.rs. Cecil   Moore and children  re  turned  on  Saturday to Riondel, Miss  E. Hagen accompanying them.  Mr. and Mrs. Siarsden of Kimberley  were Wynndel visitors last week,  guests of Mr. and ffelrs. Slmgsby.  Aug. and Steve Bendebte. Cliff Greg  ������ry and Art- "igytt w-be-q between  trains visitors herfe on Sunday from  "im.  ������������*������������*������"������    "ils'      cr.w.  and Mrs. Wno. Mitehe!!, was  tally wounded by: the unexpected discharge of a .22 rifle in the hands of his  brother, George. The "boys had been  asked to take. care of the milking at  Cos. Lister's that night, Mr. and Mrs.  Lister being away, and in bringing  the milk into the house the boys attention was attracted ; to the rifle  husgiJss sib ������ B������o raekf in the sun  porch. The colonel had been using  the riSe on the gophers and there was  still one shell left in it. The shot  entered the boy's right breast and  appears to have pierced the Sung. Dr.  Henderson was speedily brought in  from Creston, and nt last, reports the  "stids&t.Is- !S2o?"s 1,-hasj tioldl^is^ his ' fjws  though by aao means out of danger.  - Ernest MeCabe has returned to duty  after a two months? holiday. Fred  Payne of Creston, who nas relieved  Mr. McOabe. has been laid off and re-  .turned home on Tuesday.  ... Mrs. S. Tanner of Calgary, Alberta.  and' her. family awe gaaests of Mrs. US. J.  Brawn this week.   ���������  Mrs. S."M. MeCabe and children,  who have been visiting at CowJey,  Albssrta, for a couple of weeks* E^rfved  borne en: Wednfss&i*^.  Mars. R. Dennes^and  son, Kiciaard,  _. j were visitors with Cranbrook friends  Mr* 1 a few da^s last weekends  acciden-      Mrs. j^ y?m^^ waithers  and   children  weaare visitors with Kaslo and Lardeau  friends several days last week.  Mesdames Martin and Rogers were  *������>������������ "hostesses on Vt/ednesday.  Mrs. H. Brock and baby of Cranbrook weare visitors with Mrs. Whiteside on Tuesday.  Miss Siileen Heap, who has spent  the nast five weeks on-a motor trip to  the coast, with xi������rs. Scpwood and  party, returned home? on Sunday.'  Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and children  of. Swift Current, Sask., are visitors  here, guests of M.\ and Mars. Dibley.  W. Cook. *2*?ho is employed at .Bon  nington at present, spent the weekend  with bis family here.  Gordon Vance and W. H. McQueen  left at the end of the week for Troy,  Montana, where they have booked a  logging contract with a big lumbering  concern at that point.  Messrs. John Nygaard and Asel  Bergren are1 home again from Creston.  where they have been for a couple of  weeks on a pole hauling contract with  J. B. Winlaw. They spearft part of  tbe week on a bass fishing expedition  at West Oreston.     rS  L. Mobergand Otto Johnson will be  making Crestdn. their headquarters  for -several monthp.   They have taken  Mr. and Mrs.-Slingsby and Howard  are on a camping trip. -  Mrs. Mason and* Miss L. Williams  have joined the Upited Church camping party at Sanca? Creek.  ��������� Mrs. Hackett and s������n, Muarrayt, have  gone   to   L^tbbradge,' Alberta, -wbeare  ja^iB3^fflfirtsa^^  thareshing season. -:'- :- ?f%V?'f?VVV?  fVyThey^late^yco-r pwjraaertisVMr.?.Van*  koughnet, who has a Foi-d sedan, and  met. with an exciting spill oa Monday  night when the brake worked imper-  and "FarTbo Early/'W. J. feusco^^^F cp^nR on to Jiie bridge from  S9&9%i5*~B&a8mu-  Duetts, ������������Last to Convent Belts," and  "Santa Lucia," Misses Muriel and  Prances Knott. Solo, "When I'm  gone you'll soon forget," Jias. Bate-  man. Violin and piano duett,  Cook and Holly Bond.  ar .���������������������  Mrs. Johnson, who has been on a  visit with friends in Kimberley, Cranbrook and Moyie, for the past-three  weeks, returned  home on Sattirday.  - Master Bobert   aohnsoo. who   has  been on a visi*t at Kim]berWy������ ret^arned  1oaaV?;F*ea1ia^^  Jack Cavanaugb. ��������� ':^'V:-V?^y ".?���������'?:>?  Miss Olga Nelson, who has- been  visiting Yahk friends, returned on  Wf-dnesday.  Miss Elsie Nelson returned  on Fri-  |t|A|||-f|||  B������fiP|JB3&j  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kelley have returned ;to Elko, after a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall.  Bill Vaness was a naotor visitor at  Cranbrook a few days last week.  Mrs. WEttman was a visitor at Alice  Siding a few days last week, a guest  of Mrs. Jas. Compton.  Mrs, Kneller and children, are here  from the Okanagan on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Cox at the Vaness  ranch.  Miss Gladys Webster Is returning to  Alberta, this week, and this year will  be in charge of a school at Blackle,  about 40 miles east of Calgary. >  ', Mrs, Howard McDonald and son qf  Calgary, who have been here on a  visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J> H. Webster, returned homo this  week, accompanied by her brother's  Hurry nnd Arthur; who will spend a  couple of weeks in Calgary.  Prom all accounts the big wind of  Tuesday night last did more damage  in the Alice Biding section than the  other districts. Moat everyone hero  lost ha'avlly on Wealthyo and Mcintosh apples, while at the Compton  ranch the blow down of pears was  v**ry heavy.  The wot weather on Wednesday last  necessitated the postponement of tho  Community Sunday School plonla until Friday when It was held under the  most favorable clrcnnistnnisefl.v There  was a varied lino of amusement for  the children, who were also generously remembered with lee cream, candy,  lemonnde, etc., ns well ns the bountiful supper spread about fi.80 p.m.  Mr?., ftterth? -waJj.-st tStcs he-iaS of aSftlra.  Maud waa ably ar.ulatcd by Meadamen  ���������it C U J'n^|rtt^^|Qo-rann������wdJ������ok8nilthtPJais,Bhocle������  ��������� CH    M   *    MM*   ���������fti.CJnLJoOIl   .mil MitrntmlL  in a HAT  you can find it here.  All fche Latest Stylos.    Prices  right    See them  Thursday and Friday  Seot. 1st - 2nd  the postoffice. the car toppling down  the bank abont eight feat. but. fortunately no one was seriously hurt, although Evelyn sustained a badly cut  arm*  A feature to the Prince of Wales  visit at Trail on Wednesday of this  week will be the presentation by  Britain's future ruler ; to Got. Ashley  Cooper of the Colonial] and Auxiliary  Long wervice medai awarded him  some time ago but never officially pie-  sented.  on  xi.jr au   uiouuDt  Miss Esther Nelson left on  Monday for Medicine Hat and Seven  Persons, where she is visiting friends.  Elsie, and  10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m,  at the JEWELRY STORE'  next the IMPERIAL BANK  j and Marshall.  ������.., i.   Mrs. Capnady has commenced the  erection of a four-room House on her  land here. H, Ostendorf of Alice  Siding is doing the work, assisted by  Dowd Cannady.  . Huscroft trustees have been fortnti-  ute in securing Miss Kathleen Littlejohn to take qhat-ge of the school next  term. She., had charge of GlenliUy  school for part of last year, and gave,  the very best of satisfaction.  Stan. Watson of Oreston bias bis  Ford truck on the haul of lumber for  Mrs. Cannady Vnew house, and on the  return is taking to Erlcktaon the dismantled Ed. Gardner house, which  will be re erected at his blacksmith  Herb Sparrow is busy this week  taking down the Ed. Gardener house  In Mrs. Cunnnday's subdivision and  having It hauled to Erickson where It  will be .re-erected ut the blacksmith  shop.  Fred Powers has been at work the  past week making some alterations at  the C. H. Phillips residence, which In*  eludes wereeninfj; In the pornh. Mv.  Phillips expects to be having a hunting party os his guests at tho first of  the month.  Quite a few from bore wero at Canyon on Wednesday night lost for tho  Community Hall concert, in which  Mm. Geo. Jacks figamul, contributing  a couple of dramatic -readings that  wero very heartily applauded.  The trudteuw at the Huscroft school  have  been making some change<ri In  sirs. a. jxeison, uaugucer  sons John, Henning and Harold; left  for Michel on Friday, 00 a visit with  ft lends.  Miss Edith Nelson ., is visiting with  friends in Yahk. leaving  on Friday.  O. Geroux and F. Molander left for  Nelson and other lake points on  Thursday, the former' getting bock on  Sunday.  Miss Clara Hunt left on Thursday  for Cranbrook, where she Is on a visit  with Miss Helen Heise.  E.C. Crosby, of Kuskanook government telephone lineman, was here on  Wednesday last, taking care of dam  age to wires whioh were blown down  in the gale the night previous.  E. E. Ramsay und fiamily of Fere-  wood. Idaho, were motor visitors here  on Friday. A. Campbell and wife of  Vancouver mode us a motor call op  Wednesd������y.  D. J. Spiers, general road foreman,  and T. Kilputrick, goverument bridge  inspector, Vancouver, were'"here on  an inspection of the bridges between  Vshk and Kitchener, Thursday lost.  Goo. Huscroft, fire patrol tn tho  KuHitunook Kitchener territory, was  heie on an official call, Wednesday  T. H. McGregor of Cranbrook, C,P.  P, superintendent of telegraphs, was  here on business, Thursday.  it. E. Jurvis of Yahk was a business  bailer, Friday. Jock McRobb, Creston, was making Kitchener an official  oath Saturday.  ft. Dennes of Sirdar, was a between  train 1 callorab Kitchenor on Saturday.  E. Larson and J. I. Smith 08 Los  Angeles, Calif., were motor visitors  here on Monday. T. K. Ellis, E. T.  Frauor. C. B. Paulsen were motor visitors hew the same day.  Mt*M. f j*niN*ior������ wand won. (Will, and Mrs.  Bradley and daughter*, Harriet and  Frances, were* Sunday motor visitors  with Mrs. B. Johnson.  anaounceineDiv ts maae tnac aa; toe  annual school meeting the old board  of trustees was re-elected as follows:  Geo. Cam, R. Dennes and Mrs. B, F.  Whiteside, with Mrs. old MeCabe reappointed auditor.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Oherbo entertained  at a birthday patty on Saturday night  for their eldest son, Pedro who was  twenty-one on that date. There was  a large r umber present, with dancing  the ������h������ef feature, with "a very fine  teir^h,.^The bafipy; ^e^ washetdm  %b^scho^boase^ -���������.  Sirdar is much interested in the  announcement of last week's wadding  at Cranbrook, when Miss Evelyn,  daughter of engineer Warn. Neil, was  united in holy wedlock with Lawrence  Campbell, C.P. it. operator |at Kings-  gHte, F;-iths**. Lspisas officiating. The  bride's costume was of orchid and  silver taffeta with white picture bat of  crepe de chine, and she carried a  boquet of Ophelia roses. ������ *  6RANDTHEATRE  Fri. & Sal, Aug.  The Kid - Hlrmsdlf  eg a tale of Laughs, Love  and Flyisig Hoofs I  A BROKENDOWN NAG  v���������a 14)0 to 1 shot���������ridden  by a nameless waif in the  big raoo of tho year* What  a situation. What a sensational oil max in the most  thrilling race you ever  cheered yourself hoarse at.  Tho   Kid   himself   in   the  ^..* j.aa.*it.,*.   3������M(     .%     #a.ia.wwN.   4-aTu#.4.   ww..l"i  win   laughs,  throbs,  gasps  galore 1 THE   BEvIEW, : PRESTON,    B.    C.  Its fine qualities preserved in the  modern Aluminum packag-t  Lw������  Wi I I  boae|j|������m2x> v||h is :|p,r  207 ap^Ie>a|kwa^loui#'Vl'  RED ROSE  e, is extra ^fooa..  1 rees In  w  es t e rii G & n a d;  In tlae great nation-building work of set thug the vast plain* ot \Vestoj*-n  (������������������iiitida. one objection to ovt-a-upuie with many intending settlers, -.espociatiy  from Ontario and other coumrics whea*o,'Svoods and forests paevaited, u-as  the .-laeli. of .trees. Tu. those accustomed id liviaaK in a treed countay, ihe bai-o  prairies with their unbroken stretches as Car,-.and, farther than the ere cottUl  roach, presented a barren, untiivuiu'? appearance, '11a  luck of that resiifuliiess aud beauty which  protection from the eleanents when, high viand  blis-j-.ardy occasionally ble-\v.  During;   tin*  earliv-r   days   in  Speed Hard To Imagine  Expect     English     Racing     Plane  TraveS 500 Mites An Hour  officer, Jftf ajllpee^VtostVpaa^r'l^^Mjx;  .: tx.   pitetju  ���������Oc  his^is tfe.g^iafesr  est .rate ot" travel ever naade in any  ������ort~ of afiacliino diavcai on land or  /Sfesji.;. ��������� I*Ut 51. is -iyepoi'Leu; that an? itu>'  piano hats hjoenanaih* iaa i>iiKl;iud vJ:p,a,-.,  a ifoa*i.Iaconiiita.tar l-at-e which can develop  a snood of %$#Mn<Si$ an? hour.  It la not easy to realize -whal. it  iyouhl,na<jiih to traavel ait ".such a rate  of yspeed.-.fj'he.. iUstest express ' trains  rarely gn faster thata sixty oa* seven ty  uiilcs an lapii.r.. ..Thrue huaulrod males  an hour is u, speed greater thaaa the  average voloeU-y developed by.a.human, being I'allitig froan a grreat  heigtU. The {'���������'a-tu.vch airman Jean vaaa  Luere, living over' 'lleaurnou t-sur-Ois*,-,  goL into dUtieultie.s ai an till Undo 'of  more   than   four' miies,   and   jumped  ,������-i*t[������fc    ������������>,.    t.f-ti������<wiiUl,*?    .tutu    nir    xu.vtji. hilk~.  The  fpai-acluale" ti'iil  aaol. opon until  he  eret was  not   only   a | was   only   .'!Q0   feet   from   lhe-,jjrouua,  trees  provide,  but  aat absence  of? j bail.  ncTs prevailed, iho  ! ������jui.: ita, fiiiie. to save his life. From the  .snows lira af U'd, j moment. ho "lumped until  the moment  ,y j the  parachute   opened   lao     'fell     fcatr  the -seitleinenL of the West, manyhome j aniles in about Vseveaaty seconds. That  soakers travelled. Ions distnaaeos front the area travc-rs������d by the -.railway j is ".it the average rate of 206 miles an  to find locations iaa districts where there -were trees because, what they ' hotir. And tan- mystery plane will, it  wantetl, was not   a mere  lesnporary   place where aitey  could  "mine"-the  soil I is said, ho capable of a-speed 5l> pea-  **MMV������*fFm  ^yfV?C;^^E'F?Ul?:l?^fS^T55  ^J^;tmYfe3T-:IAE  ?f^#iritrill^i -rilll^  Xh IS SS it��������� Darken the room as much $is possible/cfbM1 the?"  winofo ws, 'raise'-one- of the bh'nds where! the sun shines-in;-sbb Ut i. ���������<  . eight inches, place as many Wilson's Fly Fads as possible on  plates (property wetted with water but not ffoodedJv.on, the  window ledge where the light is strong, leave the room closed  for Wo'or three h6iir$, then sweep up the Hies and) burn them.  S^e illustration helbw[:if ..'.,- ...,?y...-   ?..^-,  jrut the plates away out of the reach of 'chaidreM} uniu' re-  quired in another room. ��������� "���������'���������    :- ''; :;"' ��������� - '   a->a,^-������   u^-i^aaa-  it   tiane.  nr&lve  so tite readv  money qaaitkly,-find.- 'tla*>u.  foa-  and permanent home for their children -where they .woyuUi have ������ better  epportuniiy in life titan in the lands Iron*, which tliey had ooute. 'I'hoy put  tip -with iaaeo.nveiiieuoe.-i* inseparable from their isolated. location* ��������� sololy  because they preferred the wooded duJa'iets to tlae open, yeejuangly  una1 tractive  prairies. . .  Iii those em.-ly shtys. however, .i.hoiss3Ud# of people ti.ijne aaiad took np  htMijesieadti. wiLL-. had no intention of establishing permanent homes. Thoy  t. civ specula tors, more oa* ie.-:s indifferent to their "snrroutulings, conCernetl  only with the maktnjr of aa-ionei- s? rapidly as possible. They were quite'"ffral3*k  in adanitalns; ihey had no thought of ma king the West theia- honae Tor tlie  remainder "Pf their lives, but tliat. on the contrary, they -were Rising: it as at  itaii'-waj- house, a -si-eppiag siotae to some other and better place. Many  came with tht- idea ot" tuakinar inoney which they could aiol aeeumaalate 5ia  their old Eastern homes and then returning there to live and.- ultimately die  ��������� Some years i*go the fact was borne iaaio tlae iniixcis of -the Federal  Government that the problem of peopling i]\t> \VosV'-'������"a':s'';'ta(>t'';so''''''nVTat:h oaie of  immigration aa of colonization; aiot so much the obtaining; of seniors as  tiae retaining of the.m once they had eonie. In a word, the real proble taa '-was  how to get people to regard, the West as a place of permanent'residence; how  to eret people to establish homes rather thitn mere dwelling places.  It came to be realized that a farm house,-stables and barns set down Iia  the midst of a flat- prairie, utterly lacking' in amy thing appa-oaeliang beauty  oa"-'location-and. surrounding's,, could never appeal as a'-home," and cou la  never inspire-, in the miuds and hearts of children- that affection which the  pan-en as still retained for the old homes thej* had left. And il--was-realized  thai what was needed lo convert these paairie dwelling places into real and  p������rm������atent homes -was '-trees.''  There was an impression abroad, however, that trees would not .grow;  if ihey .woaald, why was not the prairie country covea-ed with them as was  the cape-.in other lands of vast- via-giu areas Baal, this avas not a com-jncaiig  ���������itiHwer, aaad it. was argued that if taves woaald. grow elsewhere, they woitha  grow on tlae rich, fertile plains of tlae West. And, always, some enterprising  sea tiers soon proved that this was so.  .The problem of getting ta-ees, getting Uaeua in large mambers anal  rhenply, becaiuse these early settlers had little irsoney to spend, and just  ��������� tlie right; way to plant and eialtivate thean. jjtill existed. Then thef Dominion  Goveraaaneait. iiaaugurated one of Uae-fanes! of its many splendid, services for  ag|-luiiltaaa'ey>vhen it established forestry farms in the West.  \. *-Tlaese. farnas fliave AVorlced n veritable revolution in the appearance of  tills "Wefatoraa coaaaifry. fOstablislaed, as they were, oia tho bare pi'jaiit'Je, iu a  tew" years tlaey were converted iaato aaaiiaiature Covesl.s. Frotri thean have  rpme fori.li millions6of trees, disl.rlbatt.ed free ofChaxrge. fo farmers all over the  West. lOxpert.s ,lur. e advised ant. tree culture, fa a-itas toads, have beeaa'  inspected, advice on plaaiting given. Todity, hundreds aaad. t.hoaasands of  Western farm dwellings have heen tram-:formed into homes of real  nuraeliroauiss :������ad; beauty to which their owners and their children hare  becoane permautoutly attached and for which -i real love Is aaow raanifestetl.  Trees have proven a groat, naad effective sigoaat of colonization, while ail. the  s.-ime -time; providing shelter for stock, pi*oteot.ion for gardens, aiul a comfort  to wall ;whon strong winter winds sweep across the. land.  ��������� I'ritirie elfies, fowaas and villages laavt! caught, the spirit and lenraaed the  le.-^'poai taught, by these forestry faraaas. aaad formerly wholly aiitatti'aet.ive  places, as. for example, the eahittil city of J^a'sltjitchewaaa, whom nature fulled  to endow with any 'of her assets, have become, places of real beauty wliiHa  are a source of pride aaad delight/ to their resideiats. and of surprise- arid  pU'iistaro io visitors from af*aa*. ��������� . ���������  Tho Federal froVeraameaat is? deaorviitg of all praise for its forestry fnvms  nnd aiv-e plaailiu;4 policy, aaad'fh an ever iaae.ivasUig esteaal it Is to' hn hoped  ihe people ol Western (hanndu wall second the effoi'ts of l.li������> (lOvea-aaanoht  and e\������'ta more energetically in-osecuto alio work of siia-aounding tlaeir homes  v, ii h  trees. '    ���������"  out,  but   a new | cent, ^renter than that!  Paint a Corn With  This Marvel Liquid  Tlie pain stops in n few seconds.  Tight; shoes, won't? hurt anymore. The  Coraa shrivels tap,' and da-ops off. Removes, the whole corat and doesn't  pain a bit. It's the sure remedy���������Putr  alalia's Coa-n Extractor. All, di-uggist.s  sell Putnam's Corn .Extractor. Uet  your bottle t?od,ay. Refuse ji subsai-  tute  for PutLnam's. .  Waterpower Resources  The official informataoaa available at  :-i Gent!*al source regarding tlxe water-  pOAver resources of Canada, as io  capacity^ and availability is most.  complete. ���������-The -Index Inventory System of investigating and recordixig;  water-power resources, originated by  the Doniimon' Water Power Branch  oat the Department'of Uae lriteiuor ,''anc������  developed and can*ied out iu full collaboration with the. provincial gov-  oi-aaiijients, has a*esulted in all possible  taifoimalion on this Subject respect:  ing any liver'or district being available at. the head office in Ottawa fer  any interests concerned.  .  Fair Dates For l������2&  Leaves  Vaiuable  Estate  An   estate iarbvisioiiaily   valatecl   at  -������'-1 .MiM3 gross, vv-iis left' Tiy"tlie fittly  jVIartpiIs   Of   Laaisdo-iraie,   former   goy-  0P I ernor-generat! of Canada, who died at  Jurie?    it    -was  I showaa  by    liis    wilt    recently?    Tlie  ar_. i widow  and   the   preseufc'-vnaa-qiaas   ate  II he -beneficiaries." ��������� >���������*   ���������-'"���������'  Western    Association    Cf    Exhibitions  Hold   (Meeting   In   Regina  At,   a  aneetiiag   of   the  exectftive  the  Wesierai   Canada   Association   0-* |Clo������3nel,; IrelatiKJ,   in  Kshibilions, held in Regina,  recently, j  dates   for  the  coming "year wore  ranged as followrs:  ���������������������������'Brandon. Jaalv 2 to'6;  Calgarv, Jtaly | "~ ~^~~"        ?    ,  9- to 14:  Edmonton, July    16    to    21 ; i WEAK AND NERVOUS  .Italy 23  to "S;and Keg'ina. [  Saskatoon  July :J0 to Aaag -i.   - '������������������--     \   :-      --���������<���������       .-.-   ?���������-������������������,'������������������-?���������'"   ���������  A meeting of the executive Avill  be''S Thc? Condition.-.Of a P. E. I. Lady  held in Toroatto to interview IJoai. AV.  il." Motherwell In    regard    to    grants  and  other .matters  of  coaaamoh  inter-  Who  est- ������������������ ��������� ; ���������-'���������:���������'���������     - :  The various  fair associatioass v^ere  represented by the following anen:  -From   RegiriaY'H.   O.   Smith,   J.   it?  Again   Rejoiqes   In  Good   Health  "I  can: most.-   heartily" recoitimeiad  T>r.  \\rilliums'  Pink Pills to all weak  people," says    Mrs.    Angustin    Arse-  naaait, We llirigtoh  Stattoai;' P.E.i. "Be -..  for������---!, -began   tlieir-'*s^:;r';-ra^??'-vei-y'  . w-ealc arid:   -'nearx'ous.-'* i"?iihajj?'always?  Martin. '15: T   ].-:hierkin and Ji P yKob- [ worked hard, with no ytbought of my  from -Saskatoon1. Robert Thorn-"J-Iioalth, uaatil  suddenly..?f my    strength  Wilson      Sheriff     C-alder 'l Ie*t me* 5  ^e*nn to feel tireu and de-.  AViison.    .vhenfr    Oaioei, . |>ressed   :tnd dld not    sh>.ep   well    at  and S. W. Johns;  frci.t Ih*atidon. Wil- ! night, feeling just as     tired    in    the  liam   DoAvling,  Archie   MePhail,   .7.  3-1? i jiaorning  as   when  1   weaat to   bed   at  Bettie and J? A. Chapman;   from Cal- 1 night.   I  begitn   to     feel    discouraged"  gary; N. S.'chrJstie. *E. P.  Adaras ancl ��������� whe������   l  wotald^hlnfer^^lae;    work  aaason ���������  as,   Archie  E. Ij. Richardson; faoan l-Aimontoit,  W. J. Stark was the only represent a-  tive. Pa-es3<t?ent Nat Christie , presided.  The Many-Purpose Oil. ��������� Both in  the house aaad stable there, are ������coa-es  i of atfjes for Da*. Thouiiis* iOclectrie Oil.  j Use it. for outs, bruises, burns, scalds,  i the laaiias of rheumatisiii and sciatica.  | sore throat ami. chest. Horses are  ��������� liable very largely .to similar ailaiaeuts  j aiad   anishaps  as afflict  mankind, arid  'are  eqaaally   aaiaenable   to   the  healing j Wales   to:  a'^llnited -State??-breeder,  j infiaaejice   of  this    fine'    old     remedy j -again   won   the   premier  prize,   a I   l.he  j which   has  .made   thousands   of   firm j r'aip{lrv Kxhibltican. The  ! frieiuis  tluriaag the pa.sl.  fifty years.     '  ,- ,  o  Growing Tobacco  In  B.C.  EMperimenial croias of tobacco are i  hoi tig grown on Gil aca-es of laaxd at i  Oliver. 'il.C Fifty  acre:*; have alroady  For "Castoria  ]especially  I'reji.'ircvl   for  Infants  aixl Cltiltlicn of All Ages  Motlioi : I'h win. i',i Casi<i|-Ja lias  h.'.n lit u,.������- on .un .; ������ >*.*tta-.-i to ro-  Iimvc bahloM rmd ������������������Jiihlr-i'ii of (*oia������tipa-  tion, "' riaiulericy, VS'lud Colic mad  J>i,-ii i Im-.'i ; tilla.\liif������ Fi'V'������'i*J)ihjioSrt ."irl.s-  mj������- tlion-front, and, hy regulating the  3U������jii.-icli runt MoivvIh. ald.'i the a.sidm-  Jl'itlou   ot    food;    >;!���������. Iio;   mutual   (deep  %'itltolll     <lpillf������'r,  'J'he   AcniUnc   li> ar,    r,l;;n;i Hire  of  New Use For Alarm Clocks  Warn  Topcka   Business  Men Of  Time  Limit For Parking,  Tho   alarm   elock,   faithful   Hervai.tii.  of the American homo,    aaow    Is    tori  ployed   a.s   a   warning   that   the'hunt  ite������H     ttaaiaV    aaitotnobllc    lank    heen  p:ir(;ed  long naaoaagh     sind     thai     li'a  iimo to move on,  With a two-honr parking limit an  aim btinlno.su riectlon of Topeksi, K'wn-  hii.h, hn.Hlni'HM lioiiHOfl have liiFdallctl  (ihiriaa clocks in thoir olllces. Al. tho  cud of two bourn the alarm aliag;t, A  man giit.M iap. laurrle.s out and ihovph  all Ilae autotiioblloH hi longing to etni-  ployee.i. Tlie nlainai Ih set ahead two  lioaara and Iho r-ei fori ua nee 'repealed,  rfo   II   jjoeM  through   Iho day.  d^^yfM^Cu  \ Mlr.ard'o  |     hi'iiioea.  !Lin5j..vul     "o<      ������.uiH     nnd  \V.     !S,  H'.'VI  boon   planted   lo   t.hev satl.lsfiict.ion  Mr.   McN'ott.lo,  of  the     B,(.'.     Tobacco'  Ih-oducts.     (.nod   progresj-  /lias   been  made  and   tbe prospect is  promising.  There may be other corn a*emover.s,  i but  yoaa will  not  be completely' siitls-  ! Hod   until  you  have  u&oil   HoIloway'M  Ctrrn  Iteanoa-or.  Historic Memorials  Massive Fortress Of Fort Lennox On  the Richelieu River  Among the historic Ttie.moi'ials of  Canada that have beep, from time to  11 liie placed under the caro of the  Canadian NnMonnl Parkn Ba*i.taach ol'  the Dopfi.rl.uaonl of the Interior thore  hi none richer in historic Interest or  an ore ulutrnalngly situated tliuu tlao  maanlvo old. forlrekn, Vorl, Loaaain***)  thai- Htund.H tn qnlot- dignity on tho  HouLhern end 'of Me ainx NoL\ In tlao  Richelieu river, taa the province of  Quebec. Thits forfrenH was erected l>y  fhe KritlriU military nul.lvorUIoH lu tlao  early pari, of tho nineteenth century  atid ft I nee Itu aliunde nnieiit; iih u mili-  (ut.v pniM. In IRC!) ha'J "be mi vitdtcil l������y  iaaerotiHlng. inanabea-H of tourlntn- eacb  year.  Britishers For Prairiea  'I*. <*. F, nor.cer, ncaaaager of the  (Jaaiadu Colonlzallou AuHoclatiou,  uLatoa that thin organlxatitm Jian  plnc.-d -too Old Ooimta*y ftamllloH In  (tie JMalrio I'rovlncoH IhiM year und  lluil srtlk oilier rnndlle-a will arrive hf������-  Coi-c   the end of tiae jear.  j necessary for mc to do.    I irot -some  j medicine  fro'm, the  doctor    whona     I  ; consulted,   but  it did   Ttot  appear   to  ; aneet  my   case  as  I  showed   no   im-  ' proveanent  while   takicg   it. t -, Then   a  ; neighbor  advised  me  to  try l>r. Wil-  i liam������' :I2iulc Piils and  1 got a fcuipply  of. this medicine..    I very soon  fouaad  they   were   helping me, jtnd i . cynliai-..  aaed their use rmtil I aviis Well 'again.'  aaad 1 have been strong and well ever  atnee."  IV.  WilLiams1  Pinlc    Pills    do'    oaae  King's" son.   ahlng���������and do Tt well.   They build "tap.  of  the  Fairies',   however',   lost. ' rwlfy and   enrich   tlae   blood,  and "a a.  ,  ,���������,   .  ���������   ���������    ,iij, ,     4   ��������� tbe blood supplies  the    -whole    body.  i aaid  had  to    voil    his     cre.st    1������ ��������� ne,v lUe Ls give., to the-entiro system.  | Colynle"White   lilnsign,   belonging   .--'���������������������������  ! T. A. Russell, of -Toronto,..  nan be yoaarw hy talcing- Da*; 'Williamh*  ; Pink   rillei. Bor In  today.' Sold  liy   fill  Wins  Premier   Prize  The   Shorthorn   baalh   King   of   the  Fairies, recently sold  I'a'ona the Canadian ranch of H. K. 13. fhe Prjnce ot  Prince  oaat  " ; Fetter sleej*^ tafceady nerves, improved  'appetite, laioreasert    Vigor���������all  "these  ()f | For   corns- and  Llnimei*4*t.  bunions  use  Mjn.-ards   medicine dealers  or    by    mail,    post  i paid, at HO 'cents a box froni' The Or.   _��������� ] Wil I ianata'  Medicine    Cc?���������    JRroeltville,  A   kl*s can.Ho.s    palpllalion     of    the   Ont.  I mart,   ami   shortens   life   three   man- i T*****"  ut.eR, students In Wofllern "Slate Col-] ]Vlore bulidiaigs wea-e rslnrtod in  lege in <Joloratlo ' laa-\e <U������covr-redV| Csinada ip the ..Arnt four lnontha of  Thus   4S������>   klasoa   would   eliminate   ai I this yea^thaa'rifim t.laa^a^J6vj[)eii;l6(i;'oif  full day of one's life.  1  the POfffl" ftevon yoaa'ft,  i������ft |m| taw  S.^W *w.- *P- ��������� w  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis i;-:       Lumbjigo .0  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache       Rheumatism  t  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only   '"Bayer"   pack -iff 0  which contains proven directions.  litand  Altao  r*  'Ii������yor4J   )boxm ,of, -12 ,1 ahlntta  ettlcii of 2*1 aaad 100���������-illiriifjffiiila.  --,.;.J.. U j1m> itmitu toNrw i>-*m*ni+rn<i tn tMiiwd*! ������r Hmy+e AuM-iMiI'Mriurn nl' rt������.>iio������������'i<tU-  ���������K-lrt^wtBi- ������C M������llfyll.-Bra(l (Acet/t ttallcyllc AcJit, "A, SI. A.."). "WMJo 1t Ira- atoll Snuwn  tliat iJ-Klvlrln m������Kiaa llav^ir ii.tnuftriiirr, la k*t*lut IH������ j.ut.lUi air.Mln.Mt Italiatlona. tt.a'l*al.a*-t������i  aat iiajiwc tUonuuaar wink U ������iaiup������d wiiu  ihclr ������enar������a tajratla iu*xk.r U>* ''aiayar Uruaa.'* XtUtf     XtJLVlfcMW, '~ SJiX&iS3'i?U������ii -* IS.     \X  rf/>  i?adt rnimruiii  *!-Settlers'  w'm . ^*m.  1'H^raBia'S  A!? Till? II D   TJ������IM\  nit, nr.-u. tiuni;  BlS'iel.lBV  *.ri������**.������*;i  Groiip  Progress   Made   During  Siammer, Says  Canada-Coionizatton Officii a!  rWi rinipeg.- -^Oia hi s " ret urn*, from   an  inspection  tour    ot    the    settlements  jtaatle by tlae Canada Colonization Association  in the  West,  Ii.   C. Duncan,  aiHs!*aal manager brEiig-T an  ax-count  of good conditions.    '  Prospects   in   Alberta,   Mr.   Duncan  ! stays, are' particularly bright. - On tlae  I ADICAIiS      ^ay ^u^ ^ore ?���������sers  farm at N&maka, colon-  NeLton.  Man.���������-Fort    Churt-hill    .the  uncienf port  of    the     Hudson's    Bay  'xJonipany, -which  in   the   181U eoiilury  wus   a   naval   ba.^0   arid   called - l^'ort  Prince   oT    Wales,     the     picflui-esque  ruins of which still Bland, will be the j o410rgp, i .ni  terminus   of   the   Hudson's   May   ������������������'| una ���������������der il������e anaplcea of t������w bbbocI-  * *' * ������������������ , "| alien by  36  families, the  set Llers ox-  Fort     Churchill,    situated at       the j jje������,t   lo   ,,a'y   off   jjsoVhOO   ot  Iheir  in-  inouila ol   the Churchill Itiver, a great. } debleducss this year, and. have Uiken  natural   harbor,   -177   miles   froan   The ] out  uxtra Ullil  xnsiu.auce     io    protect  Pay, Man., will be recommended-to tlae ��������������� tneIl.*  CroPi   which  is  lhe  bosi   in  Uic  Federal (lovenamenL- as the  Hudson's | history of  ihat  district.  Bay RaiiAvay port by Frederick Palaii-  er.   distinguished    .British'    engineer,  who  has  just concluded   a'snrvey  both Fort Churchill and  harbors. |f;iH  Mr. Palm-or. who" will submit t a pre- | 120  linainary   reporL  to the  Federal   Gov- I potatoes,and 4t>0 sterns in wheat  and  eminent during  the    present    month i other  small  grains, from ' which    his  announced his decision, to ro-cciiiiTi.'.eticI    i-eEUi'iis   Ihis   fail  sho'Sld   b**-   yU>(-.e   iu  Fort Churchill. j $15,000.    There     are"    eight     families  "It   is   ji   natural   harbor   in   which ������now working for him.    '**  practically unlimited shipping accom- j.    The  14 families placed oaa ihe Bul-  modations  eanjbe    prwide'df;  iaa ythe  tion in tho  ������������   successful  Port -Nelson ! fo  -  j     Settlements  made   by   ahe  assoeia-  Lea hba-jidge district are so  that   it   has  been   decided  increase   them   by 55  families  this  One  of the   settlers baas placeo  Wfc **p**rva^.'tr,������T*srT*jB*S  KEfKiEVE  State Prison, Charleston, Mass. ������������������  Nicola Saceo ami. Barfroloiueo Van-  zetti again have been given a new  lease on life.  The' radicals, condemned to expiate  their crime of" murder committed  seven - years ago. in ihe electric chair.  U.S.  Plans To Construct Ten  In  Mext  Five Years -  .Washington.   ���������   While   no   official  j bfateaneni   has been naade, it is und.er-  I stood here that in proposing a cruis-  j or tonnage of fa.ban,250,000 to 300,000  ' at Geneva a be American Government  figured ttpoai a maximum of eighteen  1 in nnft t>~.������.,    ...... i.. ,.j.r.   c.-...   .v.;,.   .,������,..... 4--....  !     lia'ght   such craft    now    have    been  I contracted for and the other ten im-  j doubtedly   will  be authorized  by coaa-  ! gfess in  the. near futua*e.   The  speed'  ; with which they are to be built pr-b-  ADE OUTLOOK  j v.. *���������-"' "���������"���������"  R (ANAPA: 15  \J   I"? a af ff ft* b a il 1  I  have been granted a lojirieve-t-o and. j ably was one oC Lhe Bubjeets jiscu.-,  iu eluding August 22. !  Tills aamouncmcait was made- by  Prison "Warden William Hendry, following receipt ot formal papers which  empowered 'ham-to take this action, -  JHany times -before these two rad*-  icals, whose ease has ardaased ir>.tei-  natiiojial interest,as one of the most  remarkable murder caseh iai the his- j  to'ry     of    jurisprudence,     have    b������3en  ed by President Coolidge and   Secre- .  tary Wilbur at ltapid City. \  Naval opinion here now is thai  two !  of  these   craft   should   be   laid   down j  each   year   spreaiding   their   constraac- :  tion ovor a five-year period. - \  j     Eighteen   30,000-1 on  cruisers   would I  i total 180,00ft tons which, added to the J  j 75,0.00   tons in  ihe  ten   light   cruisers i  oi' the Memphis type," now in comniis  acres in sugar beets. 59  acres in i wllJ1������i   a   row   aoura   oi   ueai-n.    men , piou   woil3d, give ahe T nited statep o  shoTtest time.-../and at a minimum pf  cost," declared Mr. Palmer^ f'fit is  almost incomparably" stiperiop to .Nelson in safety, cost oC construction  arid economy]q������ time."?  Following Mr. Palmer's announcer  naent, 1-Ioii.Vcharies A. DaijJiiing.^Miii-  ister of Railways and. Canals, stated  that (lie Government wouid act, immediately on the British engineer's  reeoananendati6n.,.-,.,,,, ^..-| iv..-..,, f^  .^'Nature  has-ygrvfert^Us \d-.?wonderful:   .,., ,...,���������..  harbor at Churchill    aaad    it    is     the | i*jU,ced-  policy of  the  Government to   develop \  and make use of thefwliple Iludsoia's f  Bay  route  as .o^uickly     a&.    -pbssiirte,'  stiid  Ma-.   Daairnang. JV?:'    |V    V.V'   ffy. .  . .    The   Federal   pepartmentVpf -fjFisLll  ways   will   proceea     iiswaediately; y to V  push forwardi worls: at Churchill from  \ tlie VseaCVandiy tlie? felmadiaB Katiohal jf  l'lailways. acting  for the  department, j ''������l,ort-  will"^TdSiple'te r'*'c'6'Ksti:*uctfdiQ"wb'f'''tlse?''r6-''^*r  inan farm ai.eaa* .Kelowna, in British  Cohimbia,- are doing well. - Their  oiaidn crop* has been harvested. A  representative' of the Canada Colonisation Association will be placed in  the Okanagan Valley to look further  into oppoa-tunity for group settlenaent  there.  Mr. Duncan isleaviaagftliis week foi  Ontario    to    investigate      settlement  possibilities .iu   the   tobacco   fields  of  iEsjsex^eou-afy.i wliei*e a; large number  ! -of J t^aniiles? have VHieeny Vlteuiporanly  AgriculturirS  ^4uii-ibet  West  ??;Occupied   Fafifins  in  ?V:  V?;y|&?;Le*ss:irTban inp921  Ottawa?���������-TheV/;Doniirie-Q^ Bureau  ot  Statistics has issued   ^   preliminary  on  "the''��������� "agricultural   st^tistictl  the  provinces  of    Manitoba,  - Sas-  maiirtns'^faifJroaa'irnS'^  iiQ^i bia,.vMr...^-W?^  |   Gro������ Report Encoara^g^  r      ���������*   "_  ^ -*H:���������   *    "..''8' M  //tindery FavorableNyConditi*^is|^yie������a?  | May   Exceed  First Estimates  |     6ttawa.--.The  crop   report   of     tlae  I Dominion   Bureau of Statistics, based;  I on    eoudi tioai    of    all      field      crops  ,5 throughout  Canada  is^excelTerit.  'l?llie  \ condition   ofi-.'-- sprjrig ^heaj l3?jiuinei*-i  '���������'% ically  expresseS" as" 105  per  cent, foil'  % iho ten year .average,, a^epresenting an.  f anticipated   yield   o-f'15.6  bti'eheis  pea-  'h acre aaad a total ������oa*ecaot for all wheat  I oi? 357,307.000 .bushels-,. ^frorts , 22.3SC.-  | 777 o,cres. " ��������� '������������������ '*"'" '"-''"''--'������������������  'i Last, year,.;' at the -.eoa.'.responding  ���������f dale, tlae eoiaiiitipn ���������oi'Vspring "* wheait  j; was reported;, at !>2 pea* cent., a^pi-e-  | setatlng "an aTerarcge ytekl' i������er acre* of  '; i:5.a; bushels anil* the total forecast  :S for all wheat was then Slfi.DfiO.OOO  f bushels. The Until estiiaaale of j-ield  ? for 102(1 turned, out. Io be '1-00,831,000  y bush'Olsv-^' ���������#'���������''���������;���������, if ';/-. :S'.S <:^'S ,??V' -irffH  A:ss)iimJMg'-;iUiiti;' edtiditioiaa ibis- yeEir  !'om:iln   fayoji-able ;nih.til; time   of  liiar;  ,: \ostltig. 'there apponrs to bo  Ra-ouaulf<  for   rxpectatioaa   that  1he  Avliesit ea^op  :' nnty   faaa*n   out.   to   bo   more abundant  i, than the forecast of 3^7.367,000 bushels aao\y.vlh<*II^iilecl'-,byifl'he co,ndHt6'ai nt  ' the ond-of .tilly,'the repoivi f<tiysr '  oceupietlj faraua^in aU  y^w->--- /wv't^v^-^-w -���������  o^fe  theliS3re������li3:f)21>  Of     Ulness    Among    Children  Cannot  Be  Det������ivnined  j     Batth,   Kng.���������An   epidemic    that    is  o^iypi ti^ylai|t; celaStaj||was|f^|t���������^,The ( supposed to    have    resulted    largely  ^TOSG   coHsUs^shoAved   ^S,25T^oc^upicd    rr0na   the  consumption, of   tainted ice  farms in Manitoba as  compared with ; cream, has  affected  more     than    U00  53,252 in 1921; 117.787"occupied farmf-j neppie^, Jin   ^ath,^  in   Saskatchewan   as   compared   wit|i   siari*oundingcVaisa^:ic^V^  fhe  quiaiquennial  ^m^T5'2lBlw'';^::''"'''r':"K'"'''''';' ':*  The   i*eport   showed  *the nu mber: of  threie   prbyi'j$e'es  cejif-.as     t alien     iri  out of tho nighfc would come the word  thai tho forces working: day and night  in iliojr.iMteres-'ts s'j^.'ti.*. b:id.. h^-en successful'in .staying rjae aipraaised hatid  of the law poised to claim revenge for  two lives samlfed out away back in  April, 1920. Sneh'-was the ease again.  History \vas .-just--repeating---- itself. ;  - And this draunatic, clianax to; one of  the most amazing" legal patties ever  fought came after defence coaansel  had almost given up hope���������when tliey  were about ready to admit that "110  haamaii  ptyiver"  cdiild again  siavo   off  the fatal moment/?    ���������--  :,: ;T3ie -voice y-whieh has; 'been . -..heard  'aro.ntjil.vathe world,, raised in loud and  cdaiti'naaal protest against the execu-  tibrt of Saccp and Vahzetti,.....broaight  glad- news also to Cele^tiJioi;Maden*ps,  sentenced to d-ie with the vadrcals.  This aaiait, also convicted of murdea-.  but his ci'iaarie haviaig no connection  wit?h tlaat of tlve^radicals, is included  iriVilie blankfet a;b53pite? His pame is  alhiost afiaikin own to the mil lions wiio  raised their i.Jolces for/Sacco and Van-  zetti; yet lie too benefitted.     ?? /  total of 225,000 tons.  *ni������  vr������*i  Epidemic Ijs E^I^M^  Is CauSng Irjariety  Asr i'erDy riiefs wium  Badly Burned  When  Plane Burst  Into  :*���������:������������������       Flames After Crash  Saai "Diego, Cal.r���������Lietatenants Co- !  veil aaid K. /W, Wsaggener, U.S. Navy, j  who left here in a 11 aeroplane they |  had entered in the Dole flight to  liondlulu, wore killed when ahe aeroplane crashed into Point Loarier. near;  here.,   {    .,���������������.;.---.  -., .. yf-    : ��������� ..-.���������.������������������'���������_ -..-?-   -.���������.,-.������������������. ;  The 'plape, was destroyed in less.  'than 15. minutes after they had left  for biikland airport, -where' they in-  teiitled to take off in tlie flight to  Tlonolulaa. The - 'Plane burfet into  flames after it struck Point T.oma. .  . Covell's body was . found in the  cockpit of the 'plane and was charred  beyond recognition. Identification  was made from a wallet that; Was.  found in a? pocket of his coat. Wag-  gener's body was lateiv recovered  from the wreckage, and also .was l>ad������-  ly: baaraaeci.:. Waggener is-believed to  have endeavored-, to jump clear of the  'plane as it f������H, but was caught in the  wi-eckager The aviators had -drawn  j number ?i3'tn the i-ace^f' ^       -  Calgary.-^That tlie "general Indus-  triaii trauspoi'taiion and agricultural  outlook frona reports i-oaching him  from ail I parts of Canada was on the  whole excellent and would further improve as the maa-ket for- Canadian  pi*oducts was widened, was the siat*>-  aneni made here by 1*:. _\V. Beatiy,  K.C., chairnaan and piesadent-of the  Canadian Pacific Ilailway.  "An. important tactor in-liie lat-acr  coaidition will be a steadily increasing population." he said. "The transportation eoaupanies of course, oniy  reflect the general conditions of iho  country, and coanpared with last yoar,  their gross earnings are higher but  incT'ensed costs beyond their control  iiave requited in lower hsm earning.-..  Th������ Canadian transportation companies aire not yet being paid compensation for lhe iatipoa-ffint linhlic  services tlmy are, I think, performing.  As to agricultural conditions, a great  deal will denend on ihe weather Lhat  .Willy ������������������prevail during .the next fen ..days  or two weeks. If the fconditions are  favorable, ahother substantial contribution' to "the cOiaritryV" progress will  be anade." '���������'���������; *'- ������������������'a-,--  ������������������>������������������>-;-.  /'���������What are yoalr.impressions of the  benefits <f:anada will derive from the  concurroaat visit of Their Royal Highnesses and Prime 3d in aster Baldwin ?'"  Mr. Beatfy  Syas asked?   y v  "The benefits which ?CaTiada will  derive cannot help btie be very great  and faa-reaching," he [said. "Canadians are always glad to see Their  Itoyal   Higimesses. aud   to   theni   tlie  ai   decrease   in ��������� Cause  as   farm's  .1921 comparisons iu braclv,-  119.-151, and |7.1S0 jn,;.Alberta as coai-  .p|^'e^^witli?;83.954:.;y;j ;-V-y?|   . |  ?������Tbtal  acreages'.v.occupied  land with  6tsrf were- shown"sis follows:  Manitoba.   14.41*1,597    (1-1,������ I S.S'44).  Saskatchewan,    45,04-4^965  lsB%J  V?VV-VVVV'V'VHJCV   -  Alberta,.. .28,572.931   <29,2<JS.053).      |  Imprpvedyffarm  land was slaowaa ap  gi*eat   deal   of  anxfety  over   fhe   outbreak, anore particularly, as -a, number  of people who have��������� notj-eaten the supposed- infected   ice     cream,     are"'  iii  from some nays tea-iotas cause.    .... .'"..  .The/.'.araajor.itK- of fhose* who  are  ill  Attempted To Sell  ������ifi       ���������������������������-    n s  irust secrets  (���������M.02^-]-aro-'childr���������tn. -  x   iV   One   child,   ha  died   from .convul  sions caused by the unknown irritant.  Manitoba, 8,346,02*.! (8,057,823);  kalohewatU:, 2.7,714,0^5 y? (2'a,037  Alberta';1' 13/204 ;156   '"  Sasf-  401)?:  ���������(���������11,-76 8,042).  Police Watching  Garibaidi  Liverpool.���������Col.  Ilieeiotli   Cnribald!  ���������'���������arrived from Havana; ,.;��������� Cubji^ 'on   alio  ,.-lIner-'C>r6ya..;..:"IIe was.-glvetii|i-^*egist-  ored������ tad dress hy the police /.and/UHkod  to '"remain   there   but  is   nllowed   full  liberty.     Co),   <laribaldl   was  sii'a'estoil  roa*. eoaiaplicily in  the dilation J aaa eoai-  spiracy in Noveiubea1, *I!I20, 'I'he forna-  }$,; olui-rge  -#ns    tbfit    of 'yia'dssesff-iiig  arniR'liloRTiily and he with Col. Mm Ha,  was  sontehoetl  to  two    months'    1ni-  prisonavaeait taaad- fined . $M.  , ���������  Penalty'/F6r''_'&iai'tln'g'Grass' Fire  Saei'iinaento,    Cia I.--r-S tal n     forent ry  nlllcials have been aaoiiiled of a novel  snialonco   to   a "I'ureloKR  saaiokoi*.   who  Resents Betting Tax   "  National   Sporting   League   May   Have  Candidate To Oppose Churchill  ���������Loaadon.-r-Winstoai ''Churchill,   chancellor of (ho exvlMicpiei*, praibably will  be   oppo't-ied   by   an   IndepenOont. - Coti-  I servativo ojuidldaae lit'tiao 153ppiaig d.l-  ��������� virion   ol   ISssex %\n" the  next geaioral  j election.      The     National      Sporting  j-1-.oagaio, us a proa osi   tigahast the im-  ! position of the tax on betfiaag, llyoat-  ��������� 011s   to bring out   a eamlidate agalust  j l\lr.   C'lHirt'.hill,   who'  att   chancellor  of  ; fhe  exchequer,   Is  lairgi ly  rospoamible  1 for .the passing   of tho' leglslutiou jiu-v  posing  the 1ax.  Fornaulae and, , Contract Found Jp  ?'iPbssession-;"G*? ^h'reV-?Eniplcfy(tes?;f "i-  In Germany  . Jloeehst, <"5erinany.���������Three employees of the .German Dye Trust aire ail -  leged by tlie police fo have'-beeai  caught in an attempt.to sell the manufacturing secrets of Certain products  to Kaiglish interests. ...  The jaolice say they found the foi���������  mulae. hiddeaa ija the men's socks.  They also claim to have found aa. coaa-  ta*act iixing liie purchase price of tlie  secrets tit-900,000 marks (about $207,-  000). Tho alleged- eoialrac.t <4t'so  pa*omisetl air passage to. Eugiaaad. na-  tati-stljzatiora there, Jir.d steaid.y oan-  ploymamt, with a share of the profits.  Tho   hivv   does   not   covor   nici'o   iii-  ipmpf.K of such aa.'it.nro, :i nd ' I he < It roe  ; moai  wea-tc a-eleusod, v ?.������.,f     ''  j Climber and Guide   Missing  ;     .hasper '/Pai'k.������������������ F.   II.     Shirk,    o.vper-  - leiiceii     Alplue    cllmhi'i*    and    photo-  ; graplior   of   Vaiacouver. ^ and      Fred.  1 Koufis,   Kwiss   Riiide   of   Jasper,   tire  beliovod to   havo   lo.st- their   lives   In  tlao ToiKjuiu  Valley w;hen aal.eanpting  tlao ascent of Itcilouht  Peals, a soctioaa  of tho Itnaaapnrf 'Range iia that part, of  ihe country. ' '  Ptltice pi WalW.-j is almost as one or  themselves.   -The tinqtie'stione:d:- ' loy- "  ally of four people aieeds no confia-ma-  tion but  v.e aro    particularly     forru-  aiate that oat the occasion;of the celebration of  the     diaiiiond   , jiibilee    oi  Coiifederattion   representatives   of   tjie  reigning hoUse  of (>reat  Britain  and  the   Prime   Minister   of  that,   country  were here to participate in it.      The;  impressive - character   of   the   jubilee  celebrations ,ha\e. had  a... pronpuiaced  ..effect:  op   our  people,   pai'tieularly   on  the younger geaaeration, Vihd. the tyeai-  iziifiori of what ibis1 ccatntry lias done  cannot 'that iinpi-ove the taaorale oil. oui-  people  and. increase   the   strength  of  pur> grooving 11atioiaal  sentimont.''.....'.  Frustrate Conspiracy  To Liberate Prisoners  X'*"v'    ft-ira  Captain.   Tully    nnd    Lieut,    Medcalf  Cboaen   To   M^o ;FHflbt  ���������       , . rof,J>0ufl|bIl,   mt ;Bt    t,���������     .,, BmsB  London,  <)nl.���������rapt it In  'P.  Tl.-Tully,-! j..  for the; print hovoa'stl yearBHaipeHnteaaTi.,l1unr,,v ,nP   n,n   .|>im���������n   v    ,,,  .,<nilIlon  TWO PREMIERS MEET  <lont..of the Ontario I!overnment nir |  ii'M-vieeH, SiiuH Mle, Marie, with 'Uo-.it,.  .liiiiK1','-. y, Med cal P. of 'the sanao sor-  \ '.*'(',' have boon clioson -pilots foa- lhe  London, OnL. In London, Idngliilid,  iiviii-.-.top,-, alight.  Thpy,-������������������H-lgned , their co'iiirtKits wfi'h  Cliiir.ltH- l.liirui-i, \iloii������pa; of iho :f2iyi00  prlxo i'or iho ilight, nnd h-fl ai|. once  f������u- Oiurmai io lake charge ol" I lie Sl.lat-  ion Monoplano, ^rhedaileaf* to h** coip-  p'.oicd jiaul Vfttlly eqaaliipetl wiih nil  >itiv'ration IriHlruni'eait a In" ���������sinae Coa  (h-llvi ry  |h London,  Atv-uiyl   P.fi.  Th������< pilots hope lo ho reii<Iy l'or ji  tr'ke-olT,.'". if ��������� weaaahor Is lavornhlo.  .villi!*)..11. v\yo.ek air no., ,  in 'I'ehamn  t.lonnly,    It  Justice   of   Iho   Viuifo   V..   I  and tinder a door<'������������* fi-oil, rtnhhi'Hoan, ���������  j 2r>, u htborei'. "W'111 be' prohlhilotl from I  i s-.uaoltlug    for,  ono'   your.    "KoblONoii :.  coiaseaatod   lo: take  ''tho   'fljo.dgn     and  r.n.v������������d   himself  a   lino.'  >V.     N.     IL -  1(11)1  Toronto Union Station Opened  Toronto. - - Toronfo'ri "aaow" union  -iialion, which (or eight yeni-is ha.s Jitid  Idle, ,coni|i!eied hut unused, becaiuse of  dilTh'tiltleH Waaa-rcStnlclipg the?'"ei-^ellon of  a viaduct In cojiuocllon vithiJI, \vi\n  optMiod io tho general piihlio, and th<������  old: Klation, which lithi nerved ns 11  torinlpftl for'more than fid yejirs, was  thi-otvn into ib������������ (llsoiird. From now  on all trains will he oiK-rnf-ed, from  j the new  MlaHoia.  IV! i hA-'au kee ; -J ?. i I er   Foun d  SaVtfed  Thf-ough  3-lihviiaakeo, Wis.-���������- What county, olli-  cials fiiijd was a coaispiritcy to'.11 hem to  C2 pa-isoners iai tlio coiaaaty jia.il v. -1 w  frustrated when it .jailer discovered  that two bars of a first floor cell had  been sawed nearly fit-rough and a  third'-bar far; two ugh so that work  could have beeaa eoaup.lel.ed, within n  few  minutes.  Prisoners, questioaaod by Shorirr  Charles .Schailifr/., suld a wonran had.  supplied the saws, and������ that she wan  lo havo siniaggled Jir������ lirnas so lhal.  prisoners anight shoot iheir way .out  j if neeos-'-aa-y.  j Floods  Damage  India's Crops  London.--'Ulspulelies     recel/ed      ita  i J Ion 1 bay  from   the distaicf of (Jtajorat,  J Bombay   presideaacy.     Itritish     ludhi,  and forwarded by Header's, say Hood.-.  : ai'e report oil lo'havo daiVuigod, or dos-  ! Iroyoil  Tal) poi' er-nl    of tho cot ion ernp,  IM)  per cent, of tlie     tobacco    and    a  large proportioji   of  the   fooilerops  of  Ih-oach, Tho cot 1 oai Ioi;s  iai tiae Cnjer-  at and Kathfawaa- dlsirlcis Is estimated at Lr������0,ooo hales.  ,   Klglat   Hon.  Saantey  Uaaldwlta,   l-Veinicr  or  W������ia.L. ?Mi\eiceia/Je Klnis. ���������Premier, of t'lininhi.  Cii>il   Itiitain.  and   IU.   lion.  Premier   Oliver  Still   III  Victoria,- The condition- of Premier  .lohn Oliver, who utadrrwoni an oper*  si tion Honao tiane ago, continues wilh  Hide change. .Siaaeo ho met his sup-  Tioraoiis In the legislature nome week.*  ago and annoaanced Ills v* jK.V.ness io  retire, he ha.*; not yifdted hij; olllce iia  lhe paa'ilauieni batlldipgK. Oecaidoiaal-  ly hi! Ih able 10 take u shorl auloano-  laile drive, bill h--. eonllhoil 10 hi.s hod  11 gi-t:al deal.  Britain's Problem  Outside of lhe Mrithdi Lslep, ft l������  e.dlriialod lhal tliei'i- are bail IS.pnai,-  00(1 white peo)i|e tor ahe I :{>i&p.0������i0  Hqitiiro aolloH comprising (he llrltiNla  lOiuplre. No other empire ha������ ever  ht������d ��������� ������������<*1������ a prohh'in 10 fl������--������i M-iili ������������r  handled   II   more   .sllceeK'-rullV '������������������atttBij-  aAzst.mm'WBTrm   hkyucw  ������ BBB.  CRESTQM BEVSEW  Issued wety Friday at Creston. B.O.  SnbscriDiio-a i S2.50aveai* in advance.  Sa00 to U.S.-points.  C !���������*. Sa-sbs, Editor smd Owsaer,  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. AUG. 26  John Oliver  Among the many graceful tributes paid to the sterling worth of  the late Premier Oliver is that  from the Vancouver Daily Province  which follows:  There will he a -great many sin*  cere and able tributes to the mem*  ory   of Premier  John   Oliver, but  cleverness and resourcefulness wars  quite justified. And most of all,  he was a dependable man.    He let  0. ������*>^*B  nobody clown,    3Tout could depend  what we are all likely to say about  him is that he was one of those  men whose death suddenly washes  out all but the remembrance of the  many reasons we had for our liking  aud respect of him. He is dead  now, gone as he wanted to go, with  the honor and the responsibility of  the first citissa of British Columbia  still resting upon his broad shou)  ders* with no shadow of decay upon  his faculties, and no faltering of his  spirit. And as we 3ay goodbye to  him for the last time, we know that  a good man has gone to his home,  and that -we shall not soon look  upon his like again.  We  have  all been prepared for  this   event, and   we   have   known  *>������... 4-       Zt-       -_.���������JJ   . *.     t TU     1~���������_.-._  E.UCSV     JO     WMIU   31\JU    KfKI   uiuuu    iv������������������j������or  delayed, bat it does not affect us  tbe less how that it has come. The  formal obituaries of Premier John  Oliver could have been ready weeks  Ol"     TWOtrtfchfl    Qj������    17������*ino   oorn^        _M?Q    life  was an open book. He had lived  and worked among us . nd our  predecessors, pioneer, farmer and  statesman, for two generations, and  the very considerable achievement  of his life was familiar to us as a  tale many times told. Baat now  that his course is run, and his bat  tie ended, and -we remember how  brave and nncomplainiiig   he   was  iV.     vno    sum    ai tiiuuvu       muvu      ut������o  taken his life, we find ourselves  first thinking about him as the  very human and likable man   that  on John Oliver in an emergency,  &nd. you could lean on him when  the going was rough.  Therejfe.a' great deal more that  could be said of John Oliver's character and achievement, and -it  would make an impressive record.  There is no time for it now; And  it can wait, we go back to our  memory of Premier John Oliver,  and we kn^w that his death has  closed a stirring chapter in the  romance of British Cdlumhia, and  that we could ill afford to lose him  from our councils. But most of  all we remember John Oliver the  man, and we mourn the passing of  a very good friend and neighbor.  i>Tim$ Til TUP PiliTOB i  J  Canmot Close High Schoo!  Bbvibw?  Ebito:  Sib,���������As there was considerable  discussion at the annual school  meeting re the High School. And  as these were some who secsssed to  think there was' aao need for a High  School, I wish you would publish  the enclosed letter which I have  received from the department in  reply to one from me enquiring as  to what status the High School  had in the Oreston district:  GEO. NICKEL, Esq.,  Secy. School Board,  Creston. B. C.  Dear Sir,  In reply to your letter of  August 3rd, I may advise you  that under the provisions of the  School Act. your Board may  not close your High School nn  less there are fewer than fifteen  pupils under sixteen years of age  who are resident? of your district  available for attendance.  Ycurs very truly,  S. J. wikus,  Frank Crawford   carried  off  bronze medals.  And last, but by no means least.  Miss Eldna Holmes' class ranked  first in the province in that Division sn. the writing competition, for  proof of which there is a certificate  hanging on the wall of the class*  room. ,  No bchool is perfect, but the  record of the Creston school at the  close of the school year 1927 is not  one ot which Creston need he  ashamed.  Before I close I would like to  make a suggestion whioh X think  would hr of benefit. I would like  to see the adoption, of a high school  uniform for girls. Such a uniform  would h������ conducive to '"Better  Education." At present, with  some of the girla there is more  Emulation in Drefis than in their  studies. It might take a little  time to, have all fall in with the  ide&t but with tht? co-operation of  parents, teachers and trustees, and  a few sensible talks to the girls on  the subject., I think it could be  brought about, and I also think  that when once adopted and working it would always be adhered to.  I believe in time such a uniform  will be general throughout the  province. Let Ciestoh be the first  to put it in effect.  JEAN MALLANDAINE.  The gospel of bay at home has been  preached in vain to many Caranhrook  householders, who will have out-of-  town bread, despite the fact tlie divisional city has four very fine bake  ... A? C?anb]rodk_the Rotary Club is  providing a lady supervisor for "the  community playground, who is on the  job from 9 to 12, and 4 to 9. 1 he  supervisor is a graduate'of the Physical  Training School of the University of  Washington. ' -  ii  a  <u������d  High School Fees  Parents its outride school dietrsefcs  are reminded that tbe fee for attending Creston High School the oaacona-  ii������������  terra   will-be   850.   of  which  $15  Supfc. of Education.   ~ ~st accompany application to attend  and these should be addressed to GEO.  NICKEL, Secretary School Board,  Creston.  Honor to WhomHonor is Dae  We find ourselves  remembering  first of all those little ways of his  which   were   John   Oliver's   ways,  and   which   endeared   him   to  us.  We   remember   how he was   never  too  busy   to  see anyone who had  the least  claim on his attention���������  and he   was the  hardest  working  man in his own cabinet���������and how  the genial cout^esy which he prao  ticed was natural and unstudied in  him.    We  remember   how he had  always an apple or  peppermint to  offer   hia   visitors,   and   somehow,  now that he lies dead  in  Victoria,  t he memory of John Oliver's apples  and peppermints is more persuaeive  tlian all the eloquence of the formal  eulogies.*and   we  care more to re  member   that   he   was   a   warmhearted, laughter-loving man than  that  he was   the   foremost   public  man of his time in  this province.  There is a portrait study of John  Oliver now showing in- tho collect  tion of photograohs at the Exhibi  tion. It shows him as we like to  think of him, with his face in re  pose, and the fine outline of his  head revealing all that was memorable in his character and his capacity for affairs. H������ had indeed a  great capacity for affairs. Perhaps  he was a little bit deficient in the  quality of imagination, bub he had  nlmoat every other faicaal y which  goes to the making of statesmanship. He had courage and initiative and honc-aty and tenacity amd  ctadairance. And he had a fine  head ou hia tthoaitriers, juat as good  for tho work he had to do na it  looked. Within certain lianitationn  which wora rather those of outside  circumstances than of nature,  Pretfjef* OHvuc'r' I mi in whn ������. wery  mi-mhlt* iriNt.riimeiit andewl, and all  Editob Review :  Sib,���������-In the issue of the Creston  Review of August 19 I read the  following: "Affairs educational are  pretty bad at Creston alright"���������  and th:-n. the writer goes on to  quote an editorial from the New  Denver paper.  But what do vp������ mean* Mr.  Editor, hy ''pretty bad?" In my  opinion never were educational  affairs in   Creston in better stand  i������R.  To instance: F. A. McLellan is  pHncipui of the public school. He  is not only a good instructor but  also a splendid disciplinarian, and  all round good principal, and his  influence is felt throughout the  school. In his Entrance class there  wero fourteen pupils. Teu were  promoted on recommendation and  four took the written examination,  and of these three passed and one  failed, making 13 out of 14 entering high school.  In the first year high school there  were 21 pupils; 17 promoted on  recommendation; 4 took the examination and all pasaod���������Bom?o with  supplement alp.  Iu seoond year high Hohool there  were 16 pupils. - 12 promoted on  recommendation; ono wrote and  piinattd aaid the other throe left  school.  In third year high school there  wero 8 pupil a. 6 wrote and all  pauf-ed���������only ono with &. supplemental, and 2 left sohool. I must  add that all of Miss Cowling's  pupils mnda full passes���������not ono  with a supplemental���������whioh in a  splendid record.  In   addition   to tho above, three  imrialn   of   Mr,   M������������L*">11nn*������   wonmteorl  naedia.]������.    John   Blinco   captured   a  WATER NOTIOS  TAKE NOTICE that the Municipality of the  Village of Creston, -whose address is Creston.  B.C., -will apply for a license to take and -use 80  cubic foefc nor second of water out of Goat  River, which flows southerly and drains into  Kootenay River about five miles from the head  ef Kootenay Lake, Tho water will bo diverted  from the stream aba point about 100 yards  north of the south boundary.of Sublot 16 of Lot  812, Gp. 1, Kootenay District, and will he. used  for power purposes. Thia notice was posted on  the ground on the 19th d������v cf July, 1027. A.  copy of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to tho Water Act, SSM. will be filed  in the office of th6 Water Recorder at Nolson,  B.C. Objections to the application amy be filled  with the eaid Wat or Recorder, or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings. Victoria. B.C., within thirty days  after the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper. Tho dato of tho first publication of this notloo ia Aug-unt 6th, lflSST.  THB MUOTOIl^ALffrY OF si������HBi  VILLAGE OF CBB8TON.  By FRANK H. JACKSON. Agent.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Sectloatt ICO  IN THE MATTER of Part of Block 10 of I������ot  625 Plan 003 A to whioh part. tho. Registrar  hnii assigned tho dtoUnauishing letter "A."  ���������   tho said part being all tliat portion of said  lot lying east of a lino oqualfy blseotini? tho  north and Bouth boundaries of Aid Block  10.  Proof having boon Olod lav my office of the  losa of Oortlaloato of Title Na IWiq-I to the  ahovo-monttoned lands in tho namo of CarlOlaf  Sutflt. bearing date tho 27th Doooraber, 1921.1  EltiCBY GIVE NOTICE of my intontlon at  tho expiration of ono calendar month from tho  tlrflfc publication horoof to lsauae to tho said Curl  Olaf Quiat a proviolonal Cortiflcato of Title In  lion of such lostCortlAoate. Any person having  any Information with roforonoo to auoh lost  Oortlaloato of Tltlo is reauoated to oommuiai-  oato with tho aindoMlgnod...     ^M      ���������. .  Pn.tod at tha LandKogiefcry Office, Nolson,  B.O., thin lflth day of July. 10B7. _,___.._  A. \V. IDIBNw,  Rcglfltrar of Titles.  Dato ot first publication Jailv 80.1027.  Light and Heavy  *   to Orttmr  New Stock of  Harness  ��������� Second Hand Store in  coiin������cizoti  the pr������iho which he ham had for hio'oHvur   medal,  ntjd   Aileen   Bprritt  Mil  ^"^"^M j^SS^p j^B- ^^ mmm.  ^^S ^^m ^^f  | tstM      ^^S^B^F^SLw Bm L^B ^^^hJJBBT^^HjHm UFmLW-*-W^B^S!  jFtSfiC  <Sf*B������f JrSSS'ftiSiSS  K'CSHSMtTtlt^Jl  fWt vfm^jd^  >A*       ii.4.4^ m  ������JT %. M  ' "l   *%T mf^  XJIKBL   V^^aW  en  ytHiiV.MH.iyi:-/  liKJsr  ^ ^ TTTJi New Irower Frlees Is Aow  W combined the most Amazing  Quality in all Chevrolet history.  Chevrolet has widened the circle of automobile ownership . . - provided econo-  micajl transportation to untold thousands  . . .placed within reach of the average  motor-car btsyef a:..QUAL1TY and a  LUXXJRY beyond all expectations.  In judging Chevrolet look not merely at  what you pay* but also at what you get*  Consider the smooth, fleet performance,  the grace and beauty of the Fisher bodies,  the ease of starting, driving and stODmher.  _ %mf **, . mis' *m>    *m, %^ *  the refined v^t rusrsred Qisslitv evident  throughout Chevrolet constructton.  Weigh Chevrolet quality with Chevrolet  ������__���������__.���������'���������_  ;. -J -.-."���������_'_��������� '������������������'- ��������� -������_.^_        .<^������ '.mu^l ^.A.-       %m.~*m.  achieved the most spectacular popularity  of any car in the world.  New' atid Lower Prices  Toimng ��������� -���������?������ - ������������������ ^645  Roadster - - - ��������� - 645  Spoct Roadsser - ���������'.'-- 720  (loupe - -- .��������������� ��������� ������������������ ������ ' 765  Cabriolet - - - - - 875  Coach -    ���������    ���������    .,-.'- ;750  e-������see  Lsndats Sedan - ���������' ������  Imperial Landau Sedais  1-Ton TkuekX&asms >  Roadster Delivcay .- -  Commercial CJhwsaaa >  Prices ai Factory. Oshawa, Ontario���������Taxes Bsdra  i  ������850  i  915  t  955  i  ���������35  1  645  >  405  ?  PRODUCT OF  GENERAL MOTORS  OJ  ���������/\Ta   ftA  J^AESA.  l*������*\m%m^^t*$  Unmumi, -   Cranbrook  TWF  MOST   A.I^.Z ! N Q A'-'  C1JL .1L V  IN   CHEVROLET ^HISTORY  i^T mm ** >m*^*m*ummt*W*mtm.  ry  at  Heduced Prices  Summer Gas  Etkyl Gas���������  Lainp Gaw-  3Sc. gal.  --40c.. gal.  45c. gal.  PREMIER- GARAGE  PALMER "A.    MAXWELL  SBRVtee ON ANYTHING OPECISATSD 63V QAttOLINC  ***������  ****%*****  Business Accounts  We have watched many small bus*  iness accounts opened in this Bank  grow. We could cite instances when  the small business hop -grown to be  the leading industry in the community in which it as* established. The  service of the officers of this Bank  may assist your business to become  nt leading industry*  w  IMPERIAL   BAJNK  Cm "3T. ALLAN,  OF CvVN/UCMi.  CEESTON BRANCH.  ���������MaEta^r.  tnrs  B  ���������MM  Prlnt������d Buticf* ^V"i*a.ps at The R<6vi-Gw j8.jeh.jb   ^JEbJBacsJL^rt    JfcJBSV  W  ***********tmsmm*  Local anil Personal  y^  uai^a  S8CO1JU  t_* a  ut-uu  CmxfsasH W^bbavd Fob SAiiE-~Half  sera of It. ssst and. stocks, just ri|T?ht  foV poultrjrniaor   J5n������*nre at Review  Oiflce.  Moweb For SArJB-~8econhand one-  horse mower, in Al' shape. Order  your repalre before they euro needled.  Chas. Murrell, Farmers* Supply Depot.  For SA&E-rrAt Creston, six-roomed  house, good gas-daw 150 ** SS30 feet: few  -jruiiriK trres���������apples, petal's, cherries,  vegetables to last family a year.  Apply A. B. Da vies. Creston-  Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .ffmamons and  Wr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor were  motor visitors to Sand-point. Idaho, on  Sunday. Misses Helen Moore and iris  Taylor, who have been holidaying in  that town, with their brother, Clark  returned with (*heiu.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Uendren of Cal-  Rary, Alberta, art i red on Friday last  (in a visit with his brother, George  Uendren. ^Jffhey are - travelling by  motor and are on the return from a  holiday visit at coast taintsV ' I*> ia almost 25 years since the brothers met.  Mat. and Mrs. ������\ K. Thompson and  family of Blairroore, Alberta* spent  a couple of days here- -.this *ss?e������������k,  aneets of Dr. and Mrs.. Lfllie. The  doctor and his wife are - It aving on  Sunday ft>r a week's sojourn with  e<>usins across the border, 'm������s far .as  Spokane.  W, O. Taylor and Bert Maione were  motor visitors to Porthili oa Sianday^  making the trip both ways via the  abandoned K.V. roadbed. South of  ���������the Putnam, Palmer & Staples, Ltd.,  SAWmjH the going is a- little roaigh,  but otherwise no inconvenience was  Experienced. ��������� ���������_;.?  R. B.'Staples is here again this  week after calling on the trade at  prairie points and spending afew days  . at headquarters at Kelowna. At most  prairie points harvest will be in full  swing at the end of the week and if  fHVorAble weatbei* is  ���������BsscouBt-crecl the  ait   t,uc   aevuiiu    uCDQ   OT- ttlG  Goat River, under tbe direction of the  Creston And Esickson stores of Ores-  .ton Valley Co-Operative Association,  and which attracted the largest crowd  ever seen nt a picnic in' the Valley���������  and the good tame everybody had was  in keeping with the turnout.  Creston Reclamation - Company,  (Limited, directors -were in session on  Monday with E* darsoih, gCorcoran,  Oalsf., who heads a syndicate of wheat  farsners in Tulare county in that state  who, through failure of their irrigation supply, are forced to move And  are anxious to acquire up to 40G0 acres  of land. He came north to Icok into  the dyked areas at Bonners Ferry and  when he {earned t of the big-Creston  project motered on here/ Their big  California holding i������ equipped with  tractors, combines land all the- necessary equipment for agricultural* effort  on an extensive scale.  nnHllrH  The annua' cmcqd sponsored bv T������*i-  5jo|.������r,.TrjJr^i^ Ohnrcis (Jressoss. at Susses  Creek, got. away from Creston on  Thursday Jast. Those going veete  Rev. J. and Mrs. Herdman nnd family, Mr. ard sirs, vy. S, Truscott- and  family. Misses CEara Morrow, Annie  Smith, Liilhan Thompson --and Dora  Kealey. Mrs. F. S. Smith, Harry  Smith. Harvey Gobbett, Harold Davis  Pt^rey Robinson, Herb Lewis, W.  Crook. From Canyon came Mrs, ������������  Kolthammer ' and children, Arlene  H������lst������rtd, Lily Goiik),Kathleen Clayton. From Wynndel���������Mars. Mason  and son, Wilfrid and Loreen Wil-  litims. " .  Ten,, Twelve and FourteenvQuart Sizes  PERFECT SEAL, GEM, MASONS���������Regula  V   V a?������i Wide Mouth  SIZES1���������Pints, Quarts and Half-Gallons  Br? Boods  Groceries  Fi  Hardware  Vruj������ wilt M������e e% mjwsayfcW %ii������iS.  Tbeexecu&i  were in session on Monday afternoon,  when it was decided to permit hay  cuttiug oh the flats to commence at  September Isi. More than a few of  the cuts wilt not he workable on that  date, and right -now it looks a* if the  1927 cut Of rushes will be light.  Mi*, und Mrs. Jas. Adlard, who iaa  Decern laer moved to Burnaby to reside  arrived on ^Monday for. a brief bnsi-  ness-plea8ure visit at .Creston. ;Not  withstanding the very favorable sear-  son he is of the opinion tbnt with an  irrigation supply his apple crop would  have been increased 400 be. ses.  On Saturday Masses Muriel and  Frances Knott and Dick Penson arrived, making the trip afoot along the  pack trail from Kuskanook. The Sunday arrivals were Mr. Kolthammer,  Clifford Vance and Conrad Nygaard.  The caiaunpers an* finding the water  f higher than   last year, but they find  ! the swimming excellent with  a fine  __, ,    sandy* beach.   V  ''������������������..���������.��������� ��������� 7"   "��������� ... ' ';. "���������������  Mr. and ^Marsv Ed. Martin, Miss  Ethel Erowiirigg andf Vic. Mawson  were Friday visitors in camp, coming  by motor boat from r Kuskanook,  where they are camping.  Mr. and Mrs. Marsden of Kimberley  and ��������� Mr. and Mrs. Slingsby - and son 1  Howard, of Wynndel, were Saturday\  visitors, and "were ooaipelled to stay  until Sandal the lake being too  rough to snake the retairnVby launch  to Kuskanook the same evening-  With fairly complete reports in as  to tbe -windstorm damage of Tuesday  night, August 16th, at all points in the  Valley it would look aa if about 10,000  boxes of apples were blown down and  about 1500 boxes of pears. With fav  orable -growing weather the apple Boss  will not Tun that high as the remainder of the crop wilt take on additional  size. "  In a final crop estimate submitted  the department at the middle of Aug*  ust, O. B. Twigg, local assistant, provincial horticulturist, places the 1927  apple crop at 160,000 boxes. Crab=  appi.ee, 4000 boxes. Pears, ViMK).  Plume and prunes, S00O. Even allowing for. the wind damage this year's  pear crop will be much heavier than  that of 1020.  The campers are eujuy i t������g  tne *asunf  unusually  C. G. Bennett, a former manager of  the Creaton branch of. the Bank of  Commerce, Is a visitor to town this  week, and with Mrs. Bonnet, Eric and  Mary, tire guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. h.  V. Stnptea at Erickson. He la still  driving' hia 1024 McLaughlin four-  end banklnjf the balance to buy acreage on Kootenay Flats when dyking  gets under way. '  Const. J. S. Clark, -who was with  the R.CM.P. at Creston up till about  three and a half years ago, since  which time he haa been on the north-  patrol at Fort Rae and Fort Simpson,  in tho MacKonzio River district, in renewing tactualntaiict-i* In town tUE&  week. He Is looking well and reports  that life tn the far north agreed won  derfullv well with him.  Tho epoclal train carrying the  Prlnco of Wales and Prince Henry on  the trip east went through Oacaton ait  1.10 a.m. Thaar#Miny, with afp-ent W, B.  Martin on duty to give the train orders for tlio run to Yadik. Dr. Henderson had the distinction of being a  piatjuonger on the royal train coming  up in company with Soot. X. H. Flutb  in the hitter's car whioh was attached  to the train.  Next weok we will have a full report of the co-op. picnic which wan-  stup-ed   on   WerlneBitay aftaTnoon  ������������l  sports,  the  fishing   being  good.  Oo their ara-ival the old timers were  delighted to find that athe ,. famaiv  toothbrush, that did such faithful  duty larat year was still in its old place  on the cherry tree, waiting for an  other season's activities.  t" .  Most of the campers have made the  trip' to Ginol's Xsiandissj-f-to ren-ewr old  acquHintunces and sample the cherries  and apples at thait point.  Mrs. Smith, Annie Smith, Lily  Thompson and Herb Lewis made the  trip to   Boawell   by trail on  Friday  and  took   in  the regatta while there.  The usual camp fires are enjoyed  every evening, along with Auffy pulls  and corn popping.  Religious services were held on the  bench Sunday morning and evening.  . DAt the time of writing the camp is,  planning to invite the Prince of Wales  and tho r-iyal party to stop off at  Sanca for a fish dinner on their way  east.  On Monday Mrs. Smith* Lily Cook.  Lily Thampaora, Clara. Morrow, Harry  Smith, Bill . Crook, Harvey Gobbett  and Percy Robinson made a trip to  Boawell by trail.  Mr. nad Mrs. SUngaby and son,  Howard, arrived from Wyndel on  Monday to stay for the balance of the  camp.  Mr. and Mm Truscott and family  and MImj������������h Muriel and Frances Knott  and Dirk Pension left for home on  Tuusduy morning.  FIGHTS IS YEARS TO  GET RID OF GAS  "I had stomach trouble for IS years.  Since taking Adlurika I feel better  than foa* years ancl havo not been  bothered with gun."���������L. A. Champion.  Even tho FIRST Hpoonful or Adler-  iUu relieves gnu and often atcmntreaao  natoniuhlng: amount of old waste  matter from the system. Makes you  enjoy your niualtt and mleep better. No  matter what you have tried for your  ������r.omMieh nn������l how������1������, A ri Jerri kin will  Hiirpi-lHtt yoaa. Creaton Drug & Book  Store.  Tiie Preserving and Pickling  ������-*%  ���������    A    1  season is a^ain witn lis  ���������iw^wi������������������mmtmmummmp^���������M������immi tm^m^a^mi^mmwMMmmmmm^^*mmoi^s^m^mmmK^t^B^m^m^*^mmmmm������t^mmmm^mmmmm^mm^mm^m^^ .  We have m  a large stock of Sealers i^icliL include  - ..--���������- ���������  *"'���������*' ".'*,���������������������������*'* ~ * *  "."** ��������� &  Kerr-Mason Wide  Mouth���������Pints, Quarts, Malf-Gallbhs.  Perfect Seal and I mproved    Gem in above sizes.  White Rubbers for Perfect Seal and Gem Jars.  Economy and Schram Tops.  ,  Mason-Kerr Lids for wide mouth or regular size.  Lids and Rings for all' jj-arsvo'.4>^v  FOR PICKLING���������-Crosse Si Kackwell Vinegar in bulk  and all the necessi^r^ Spices.  UM TED  Tmtmmgmmmm  ^������S^    i������^jy������ immmmmmmm ^k*F****M& '   ^M*^"^***^      "WMT1 **mmmmt*m   ���������NrM'M* mmmm^ ,      jsmmm^mmmmmmmvmmmim^^     h*mmn* A  The Mineral Prbvince of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals as follows:    Plaoer Gold, $78.018.SM8;     ]>>de Gold, ^126,072,3Jl8f  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $100,976,442;   Copper $209,967,068;     Zinc, G50.512.557;    Coal  and Coke, $204,009,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the ond of 1025 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Mining Ijaws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than those of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Minor**! Joaations aro granted to di������ooverer������ for nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developiug suoh properties, the ������eourii>y of whioh ia  guaranteed by Crdv/n fcranta.  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing������������������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA     ,  N-B.*-~Prmtl������nlly itll Brlfclaah OolaimWa Mineral Pa-operfcfoa upon which dovotopmont work lints been done  are described In tsnmo one off tho Annual Itoprarta of the Minister of Mtnos^   llione considering mining  InvestniBants uhoutd rof^r to asich rt*porta.   Thoy aro mvalEable wttlaout ohar^a on amplication to tlie tf&-  pfirfcnaent o  Minos. Victoria*. B,0.   Reports of tha* doolorfeft! Sttrvoy of Canada, Winch BsiHeHnj-;, Van-'  cowver, uro reeommended iaa valnablo noaircen of In fornuitlon.  Reports cavorUia oach of tho Slat Miderul Survey Districts aira publlcihod uennratelv. and are avail  able on application.  tssm  tssssst.  H  af irw-vti'-c-  gjaga-grew.jjjg^i  the Review,: creston,  b.  a  , ferBabu  fyj-YQU  Highland  Musical   Festival  100    Medals    Offer-get,'-- As    Prizes    A*t?  Game Contest and' Musical  -'   Festival At'Banff'?;   ���������''' y -  Under l the-patronage of fills Royal  Highness, ihe  Prince of Walesa,' C^ttr  j-ada'. will     hold     Na.tioaial; yScotifisk  j Games a^td. ^Tusic Festivat^tf'XJanff ita  ! the   Canadian   Pacific   ."Rockies,   Sep-!  ' t ember 3 to -S. ;  j      The   event   as   being   planned   oai   si. |  > anpst ambitious scaieyaiiu proaiaiscss, io, j  f'Tbp   a* mpjft   elaboa-atef ^Itatci'y^j'sj'ciiV'of'  S the  ^^TiteeaiVKig������IaVuL regim^tsVis?'  ; Canada will send a piper "to' coufpete'  j for  tlae trophy offered >by   Ma-.   12. W. |  i ideallyy?^#&iden:t?:   of    the y C^aaiadiaiat  j Pacific Railway  foa-    the     best ' regi-  ; aaien'tal paper an  Lhe Dominion.  ;    , Scottish  'music   by   folksingers   and  D    \    UcGrea;or   Ol the  YanCoaaver '^moiis  Scotti^UV^a^tV^nasts,  will-'!  atteu'd, amorfgys-whtfaii will he Davidson y?Tliom$Jbh'v- ?Ilrmh;vV ^iat.tie.sbaa, 3,  Campbell Meitanes and Jeanne Pns-  seau.    }}:...' ?Vjy '������������������VV.W V yV  "���������"?;  Tlit- T iii*;-] da. mi' Tribe-, oi" Indians'"'lu"''  the^IIoukiesV"^*������U ; take para iij.'the . fes-  iival of soais and daiaeeV Their leo'pe-e  encampment aud gay native cos-  uianes.--will vit* \viih alio Highlanders  of :Seo'.iiW*fi.d.fioi*''att^aQl:c'ai..,,':      y?? f?? f  A very at.i raci ive- uooUlei 1i;������js beett  issued by. ihe Canadian I'aeiilo Kaat-  way in conaaeeticii with a lie event.  copies of >vhk h are available oaa ap-  plitaiioayto the.'.tu-kei yigenI.  FIR kStONJK -U*'j?'ICIALS  kv"?i'<;l:3?S&^  .::"SfeV.W-^i������������������^^i������-J*%������������������,**:ft;���������^R-,:: "  "      ��������� ��������� "      ..���������---���������*....  "������.,.  -s  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Pioviiaee. Yaiieouver, ?B.<'-. >yon I lie  gold a'n'odal '"offered, for She best, editorial in Canadian daily newspapers  dealing villi: Confederation, its .pur'-,  j������fses  ami   aehiovt-nioni*.  Invcsi i^ai ioia into tho possdbilit i-e.-  of l"\5-.pei-*;iuto as an. id������>a! language foa-  world eoninm.niea'U>ai aiad lor study  in school t.'uriii, til;i avay '? be? Undertaken by th.* '-oiiocU of ihe Work'.  J> edt'i'ssi ion oi" VMueaa W>'n .As&ecia-  tmtis.  InauiiiU'a' ion ao a'aaaiada daaring Jane  amounted io is.052, eoaiipa������*ed witla  J*-*\19i in the sarne nioaitia a year ago.  sua aaaerease of  38 per cent. These fig-  .'-;.. ..    - Br  ores  are disclosed   a a' a' .statement  is-  " F������ed  by   ihe   deparirnem   of   imaiti^a-a-  ^tlOEl."* ?'.  Fonsk-f t'reiuivi- l>.\\ id 'l.ioyd  Charge, h.us promised thai lie wl\\  NJSU   tiae.. I'niieu-States     iaa   -..lyj-S    io-  sri' "S  *Tfr ���������,���������'���������^rSM!w9W,��������� A|i...,,  rt'fv[������ row. lei'1. to i-aslai: ������������������W. :M. Fiiyesiohe. Harvey^ S? Fires toiai-sFii'e-  I'oEie', sajalcs manager; Jl. Foreaimff, kaone Tare 'and ������������������"���������'Rubber'''''Cc-aTaparay;  a:5si};taiiii: .superintendent; Russell % Akron;- Ohio: J2aa*l W. BeSaw, vice-  Kolley,    ualvertisiaag    eotaiij-.el;   -S.    |3|. ������������������ presidetat; and eeneratl .\rattnagej-, Fire-  iie and Ratbb# j isfone   Tia*e^   a nd  Rubber, Compauy   of  DiaAloiiIiij, Firestone  <.\>a������paaay, tat" .(.'aaiada,  Tloii.6u'a   row.  left-?'  Limited,  : Canada.  For these reasons it is  wise to put baby or* ���������  Eagle Brand at . once  if nature! feeding Is  ii-npossible. Ask yovis*  doctor^  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSQN '  '������������������"*    AUGUST -*2XA-   y"1  ���������-.   Welsh  :������eii    a aau  i-id*_-   at   t la.?   iaaerns-ttoaaal   Kisieddfod.  k.lvs   a.  di*n;iH-h   ao   The  WVsLwiiiiMet  (-iazoafe  from   Llangollen. AVales.  Ka.s   liave   r-eached .tiae.yivrpnau   din  araoa   i;a  Saskatchewan   und appear i.o j  b������i   un-iea-ius;   in   numbers   Siom   site;  sianourjr   of   dauiage    .re|K>raed.;   Some |  S'li-iiiers have had youst.sr; ehaeks klll'-ed  Vi������y tlie  rodenas, and oahers have c;u'm-  plained of damage done to grain bins-. ;  1-osi.al   regulations   aie   sumaaariieii I  .in a raew booklea. ast-ue-fl by the Posi ;  Office lieparanaent. It is a eouipern- *  <llia������a of information oai Uio: many' ser- \  vicesi of the post ofR.ee. The public !  may obtain a copy of ihe same on ap5  plication  lo  the  post,  ofsiee-  A .movement in t-'iange the name;  oE Ihe Sons of Kug-Iaaad. Benefit So-  c-ifly x\as defeated at tho annual i  tmceiin^ ������<' Ottawa, of the organixa- \  lion. Iiy ;\ .siaiaidia-iff vote tlie dele- \  UfSLto.s fhroAv oaat the niotioia for the '  deletion of ilae word "benefia'- froaaa  the   society's   tille.  Tlio Ifiailod States will move forward immediately ia a usival pro-  K rata a de.m'ribed a,s anoderate, il aa'ns  decided by President ("oolldge and  rieereiatry Wilbur of ahe navy alter !  Mirveyinrs ahe eonsec|ia������iaires of ihr  failure of iho iJeiT'vr'. naval Jiaaairsi  tions eoufea-eneo.  Reduced  by Asthma.    The eon si a aai  bli-ain  of   asthma   ba'InKiJ   tho   pnik-aal:|  lo   a   da*eadl'ul   state   ot   hopeless   <".\-  'liatiHlaoaa.     I2arly  use   .should    by    all I  :  ineans  be   made of lhe  famous  Dr. .1.  ��������� JX   Kellp^s'};  AslJuna.  Re-ucd.y.  wliieli .  f inoro than any other acts quickly and  Hur������'Iy on tlao air pass-ragOH and brings  blessed   help   aiad   c.cmafovt.   Ko   hotaae '  whei'e usihnia  It*.  preReiat, iaa tho least;  de|jTi-e������-'   should   bo   without   this   f^reat J  '.remedy. .  Wealth'Of Alberta  Oil  Fields  I'unJier. jiroof  of ahe   wealth  of thej  Alb* a-tai   oil   llelds  jipprars- in   ahe   re-'  jiori.1; of t *i\<> sia-ilio.s made roeenlly Ju :  wells  in. i!i������*  Turner   Valley  Field,  tic* j  ������������������ordiaiK io  Provincial Co*, eru'aaimt  a-e-  l-ions.   Ai   ih������-   l>ath<aisii'   No,  ,'.   \\<-ll  a  laea-.y   How i.f i-nnlc oil  i������'S)1iik about  Not Worn  Out  Ye-t >y  The 'French scientist; Cliaiies  J\-oi:dmainnf.estimates ahatuhe jjuk wi*l"l  ..ontinue to sive ahe world ias heat  and lig.lil for 150.000.000.000 yeaa-.s.  The ctaloulsii loaa Avas aaaade possible by  the discovery of tlae  ilae   atom       Thi  iheoiy tiiai the sun would burai o������s.  in ie.OOa.C'OO yoaa's af ih^- anost and  reconciles     geologists     and     asti'oaao-  Aleyors,  -lilOi  eng  IMr. Fhqstoaae' auaiotanced an ^  ���������'to   right:?���������C.   A. | imporlani   addaiioai   to.   the.   J'Tamilton ! o -."fT  iiieei ;        Leonard . plant. y  GOD'S PROMISE  TO  DAVID  (Jolden Text:���������"Thy throney O God,  is for ever and ever.;- and- tfae sceptre  of uprightness is the sceptre of Tby  Itiugdom."���������Hebrews  1-8."  Lesson: .1 Chronicles 3 7.  Devotional    Reading:     Hebrews   1.  FIRESTONE PLANT TOfBE ENLARGED SHORTLY!  Head     Of  Explanations and Comments  David Plans To Build a Temple.  j verses 1,    2.���������When.    David    -svas -at  i  1 consider-  wlaiaff next  lie  could   do  for  Wakes    Announcement-Founder    Of j pe:iee ^lb his  enemies, he began to  naers. Professor IsTordmann. sajes.  Famous    Tire    Corporation  Industry    With   Son,    Visited    Hamilton  .n������.h'ttA*-tt������; /,��������� >     0fte ������i- the, aaiost  ianpoa-tatnL visitors ,     Mr. Firestone congratulated Jlaanil^ | his kiJi&ti'O.m. To Nathan, the prophet,  c.onsutt<.tKm -oi���������. fl,e {,Uy  or 1Jaujilu,u  duri]lff jubi^   ton ujjon   lhe celebration of   the  Dia-|������o.-.told the plan which he had proba-  elamanaies   the   old '        .   ..    ' e+rt������F   ,uo������"   J������b'il������'������   ot' Cbufederaiibn   and ! b]>"  lv^S  cherished.   He   laimselt  wa.s  '"'   l neslPn|? | predicted  ihat. with (he resource be- j <lwoHing' in a hcuse of cedar, he. said  ol   the   Fia-ef i hlud  i(:;    Canada    would    expea-ieneo 1 {c> Nathan,  but  the   ark ot  Had  was  pros-V housed und���������r curtains, in a tent made  I rrban  goat's hair.    Compare. Haggai's  Weolt   was   H:-ia-vev  ..-oideua    and    founder  ice  par  stone ;ji;iv &. Kubber Company of Alir; j "many- naoi-e  years of iaadusta-ial  rou.  Ohio,   and also  of ilae  Farestonfe j pea-ity.  Tiro   .-i llubbeiyl'qmpany   of  Canada;  XJnialcd." Ala*.   Firestone    was    acconir  pariied   by   his  son   Leonard,   and   Mi'?:  Meyers,   chief.engiaaeei-  for   the  coni"-?  laariy." y f?   Vff ._; ?V  The visit marked tlae fifth anniverl  i sary  of  the   start  of  manufacture   <Sf  Fia*e.st.oirae -gaina-dipped  tires    in    Can?*  j ada.   Mi-.   Firestone   declaimed   that  Vie'  ! was extreanely impressed with the in|  j tl'ustrial   growtlif of  Hamilton, and  of  i Caaiada  tgeneraliy,  and witla the  pro?  ' ������a*ess of the Camadian Firestone coaai?;  laany. sVglthe Canadian Firestone was  \ organised  cliariris  a-atlaer  trying tinaeii  ho had not    anticipated    snob,    rapid  growth. . JS  As a fifah hirthdav present to the 1 -uvgument for a-ebuiidiiif*; the temple,  city the Frusident of the Firestone * iu Hagsal 1.4. ������fDavid was au old  Coanpanv annoaimced tlaat instructions j m;iu "when he spoke these words, but  had been issued for the enlargement I old a������e had not chilled him as it so  of the local lalnnt. to increase jts ca- i olten does* n had not niade him cyai-  pacity 35 per cent As the firm em- iicitl nor selfish, as ii* there were noth-  ploys between 600 and 700 men nor- j ln������ worth caring for but his own com -  mally this probably will mean adding j fott* There is the ring of enthusiasm  between 200 and 300 .men to the pay (about his words, the note of resolve  roll.. The plant has been in contin- | U������at nothing could be too splendid to  uous operation from 3 8 to 24 hours a ' b<c lavished on the house of the tord  day for a.he past five years and has an  annual pay roll of $1,500,000. Mr,  Meyei-s remained behind to arrange  for the building; program and call for  tenders,, for the work ��������� will., coanmence  immediately.  Says  United States ||  Faces Grave  Situation  A Valiant Knight  Wilfred   T.   GrenfeH   Wins   His   Spurs  On   Bleak Labrador Coast  Newfoundland  has  bad   its   knights  ���������seversil  of  thean and    at    different  Agriculture  as at low-   ebb   in   the '' tilBes-":NoTf  I-alarador has one of its  vei*y own, and it is safe to say there  is aiot a -worthier one in the ranks of  chivalry. In the?good old days, itwafc  the custbm for knights to aide abroata  Dr.    Henry    Tsylor    Quoting    Survey-  Report  Believes  Farms .At Low   V  Ebb  United States nnd a food shortage  may some day follow* a lean -crojo,  year If the ta-end continues, according to 'Dr. Heaary <?\ Taylor, of the  institute for research of land ecojl- I redressinK butaan' wrong, - succoring  onaics of Xorthwestcm university iri stressed daansels, seeking adven-  a repa^-t made public, . V   M-"��������� an<1  destroying iyraaits.   . Name-  The farmer's share of the national 1 IoSfi ^,ul wlth W**������^ed shields they  incouae in 1.026 was 9.7 per cent., the ! wonl* ������nt������-Some exploit* of arms gave  lowest  pea-cent ago sinco records have   LlK'm tho L^ht (o show tlicil' rs������'������ich-  of Isi-aei."-���������E. H.  Morrison.  .David's plan, seemed -to Nathan  Rood, and he told the king to dp all  that he desired to do. for God was  with.."him.   ���������- y :..'    ���������-;-..    -,.-;y ..������������������������.���������>'���������  "The Loa-d demands my best. I will  not; keep the house of'cedar and offer  him the fragile tent."'"He shall have  the cedar. 1 will offer Iiim my hest:  He shall have the best of my time. So  often 1 give him the fag-end: of the  day. I give him the .moments of weariness, the remnant of the^liciir wheii I  am quite"��������� wornf out. ������������������ I keep the hest  for business. Henceforth I would, give  laim' my "brilliant moments, f would  sacrifice 'the springs of the day* to  lais glory. He shall have the best of  my powers. I do so -often" put my  , whole self into, my pleasures, and  I only a 'fragan'ent into nay worship. My  sacrifice is not a 'whole bairnt offering.' . Lord, 'take my? all'- Graciously  iaicline me to consecrate my best." ���������  J. ffl*. Jowett.  ��������� -   ���������  /     ���������      ^ ��������� ��������� ���������     ��������� ��������� ���������  16 13  A  Chic New Frock  Dh-itJuetly mort.i.sh Is this attractive  froel* having it group of plaits at ea������la  j Hide of the froiat and a plalaa laack. In  | View A coniaiiating aiaaterlal or all-  i over lace is used for tlae vestee aaid  ! iaiRots on the sleasves. nmliJi loaag collar  ! ties in ii chic bow at the side. View II  is shown fashioned of one material  j rind has a, shpa't cal Jar iind Ioohc  i sleeves   with   the   iatantu  onailfed.   No.  Vifii:: as iii .siy.e.s ::<���������, ;;x, -n). 12 ami Ji  : iaa<'.hes   huat.   Hixe     'Mi     rerjuireB     J6:)4  . yards   I'dl-iuda,   or   2!;A   yttrda   ni-innh  inaalei-ial,  aaid   *'������   yard  additional  !'!>-  Price 2ft  -12   l!i���������;iuuie   is   reporH'i!  :ii   n  ilepih.of  4,:^.".  f.*.'i,   v-hile  ai   iho   llegmii. well, ' jm-ii eonlraitdlnfi for View A  jn'odiaeiion oi'  crude oil  teeing about i ccmih 4.1ae pattern.  tiO lV-*nime  wm* rriielii-fl m  r^.jltir. rt>H. I     Mvory woman'B desire in to achieve  , (liar.     .���������������������������������.!liart.     different       appcaruaieo  ���������which drawn favoi-able comment from  'A  tul.l- inn   Iia.-! b."������n  Unoun to hold (the observing public,  Thn  designs M-  111   i f r-  jnus  ;i   weiwhl   'l.iiOli   limr-H  heav-  been kept; :{J,000.000 acres of land  went out of agtieultuaal use between  1920 ancl" 1925. aaad there wea-e lit  farm bankruptcies foiv. each working-  day dua-lng 102G, the report satates, 3n  support of the stateaiicnt that tlao situation is "a menace to the continued  pa-ospei-ity of Tnited States." ?*  The ll������2(i ilgaare of 0.7 por cent, is  to ho compared witla' 20.7 per cent..  tlae jivcriigo share oi! agricull.uro for  Ilae live years l!)00 to 1913. Tho high  murk for the period Avas 21.7 per cent.  In i!)10, and lhe lowest1; 20.2^or ccnl.  it) ,1011, acooi'diaag to tho report.  .Daaa-iaag the past five years, tins! average sliaro has boon lO.'S pea* c'onl:.,  or lews Haaia half whal. It was bol'ot'O  the war.  The decline of agricultural prosperity haa driven ' people-'from, alio  land, lh\ Taylor declared.  "Tho farm population shrank Tby n  nan l.lo r of  2,000,000   persona  between  Miller's,Worm Powders, "being in  demand, ev^a-ywhere, can be got at  any chemist's or drug shop, at very  sniulL cost. They arc a a*eliahle  rehi<3dy for -vvoa-m troubles and can  be fully relied ���������upo'n to expel worms  from the system and afcate the suffer-  ler   i hau  ii.s.'lf.  ^Lv<f.nl! gJ^LaTS���������  A reliable lii'j-i aiiil celiindy in  llu- uoeils. i'or lniriis, bruises-,  rein .uid wounds,  t * 11 ,wm.O0mi*mhmmm  'SSOSSSHt'*  quire  that   maaeh   (f-it-lred   nlr of Jndl-  vidui.tlhy.  i'l-iee of  the Tlook  10  cetils  i the copy.  How To Order Patterns  Addn.HH- -Winnipeg  Newt*pjii)er IJaalona,  ii.������   .llclJi'i Oiot.   A\t-..,   \.\'jaujpvi?  i\ Cj  ���������   ������   *mm    0*m***r* Jt) I V*H ������������*#������m^(*  wrongs, presumably, ho has a-iglal;ed  loci, Tor lac has long been a aaaagis-  Irale, though his fa-ionds say he  knows aao law. At. any rate, he has  ameliorated lauich human Buffering  aud brought brightness Into' :i nayraid  of lives. The King did honor the  othca* day fo l.he knightly Order of St.  Michael and SI., fioorgn when he enrolled Wilfred T. tlrenfell among ,i<s  members.--Vaiacouver  Proviaaaae.  OH  From Alberta  'J'he total pa'oductloai of crude naphtha falcon froan the Ttoyallte well aaad  purchased  from  othoa* wells    in    tho  Turner Valley field during tho month  Aineiieaiv agriculture we    soon    may j of May, HE)27, anaounled to 22,sa.r������ bar-  reaclf tho p<������lral; In flap UnMod StaiteH j rols, according lo'iigure.". puhHshod In  ; where  a  poor crop year will mean  a {Uio   July   Iffiuo   of   Iho   Metallurgical  ! wnbsviantirtl  shortaigi  of  rood Tor- tlie j Bulletin'   This   lotal   Im   amide   tap   of  I American  people." 1 |R,fi!>!'<"     barrels     pa'odueerl       by       the  -������������������-���������- -'--'���������---r���������- ���������:        jlloytillfe  No.  -I well, 7u7 hnra-elR iak-  i swi'.m audi palatable. Mother ��������� en from JloyaiULo wells Non. I, 2 nnd  Graves' Worm lO.vteriiaiaaalor Is'', ric- ( ;{, j(nd :t,ytjr������ barrola purehusr.-il from  eeptuble  to  children, and if does h������ !  dotis aaad pa'oolaim  their  names.  Labrador's knight, however, has already won.his; spur���������?. Tlao lyratats of  disease* and loneliness, aiad King  Winter, the hardened despot of the  north, h^ Has been lighting for quarter of a century. Damsels without  number, he has aescned on the rock-  bound Labrador co'avsf and adventaare  ho has had iao! need lo seek, for It hap  "anolf   him    at    every    turn.     UuimiM | British Supplies On Sale Since Armis-  iaags that woa*ahs cause. There are  many mothea-R that a*ejoico thait they  found avaihible so effective a remedy  I'or  tho  relief of  their  chlldi*en.  Surplus War Stock Sold  hiHli-ated   in   our   aaow   Panliioia   Honk ! j.J20  !Uul   ll>2r, ������.  ho   ml\lhp  -������while  the  are orJghiated  In  the    heart , of    Hit '  style ceail.ei'H atn'il will help you to no-  population of the TTataited S1at.es ,������������������ a  whole IneroaKi-d by S.r.OO.OOoi \Vlth  alio  pav.senI.    nitn    of    nhriiaktagp    of  work   surely aiad  pi-onipfly.  There are two \vny������ lo buy a lionie  on the laiHlallnient |������Inu. in oaao case  ���������\������m K������*a a deed: hi I lie id her yon  i;������d n-iil  recelpiH.  ol boa* producing wells.  Maltese dogfi, tho Utile whitc-halr-  ntl anlmalH no popular during Victor-  Una daya*, aao longer aa*o loiaud oaa their  natlae ;.'d4ind.  tice  Finally  Disposed  Of  ���������llritish  war    saapplies,    valaacd    at  noaa-ly     ffK.noO.OOO.OOO,     which     have.  been" on  saale  oyer slatco  t-ho  Ai'inls-  tico.  have  now been   finally  cleared  up,  Charles K.  Ijyon, AsHlstniat Com-  merclal  Atiacho  at  Tjondon.  has  Informed tbe Department of Commerce  aat   Washington.   Everything   was   put  up for sale, from packages of pins to  a $35,000,000 motor truck plant. Aeroplanes waait most slowly of all. Poison gas cartridges and other    forms  of umintanHIons wero not:    sold    but  taken  out  to  sea and  dumped overboard.,  $25,000,000 worth    being    disposed of in  this manner, A.mong the  items dlMPOHod  of wea*o thousands of  miles of mil way    lines    In   Belgium,  Greece ��������� and X'alostiaie.    Tho    Jlrltlsh  Govprninent sold its stock of pickled  hor rings,   which  wore  served  to   the  Tommies   as   tho   "gohMlHla."   wan   to  American   troops.  The  War  Liquidation   Hoard   sold   800,000   barrels, of  theni at HomothJug over Jf5 a barrel,  Never wlund. .on yotir dignity;  there's nothing In the world so slippery.  Mbiarrl't* Llralm������nt for scaly r&o.-alp. THE    REyiEW,    CBESTON,    B.    C.  mmmm  TWilHMBM  ^soffAPed-Iam"  & ^ paiowfuL  -fli  j'LIT sprayrclears your home of flics and mosquitoes.   It also kills bed bugs, roaches, ants,  and their eggs.   ratal to insects bu������ harmless to  mankind.  "Will not stain.  Get Flit today.  Distributed in Canada by Fred J. WkUUtw &CoA, Limited, Toronto '  DESTROYS  Flies Mosquitoes.Moths  Ants Bed Bugs Roaches  ���������a'Theyell&i'ocan  wit}* tbe black band  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COPYRIGHT,  CANADA,   1925  CHAPTER VI.���������Continued.  "You'll come" over eai*ly, fret flress-  ed. and I'll make you up a little; just  a   little   rouge   ou   yoaa-   cheeks,   "and  yoaar eyes darkened a little.  You will  -  so oait iu the car with my driver, and  !   at. the. ^proper time he will baing yoii  ^ai^iaxad^HwillilJit^odttce you.sXouvwill-  dance   with   two\;Oi*   three   and   then  eo'me to n^yan^Ubll Tae ypu *aref tired.  Thea-e will he 'a? igreat filss tiie-aVbvei*  you, but -Jtovtwill ... insist _.ir.oriV going,.  . Thomas  wiliyalrires'awa^' V with'*  yoai  aod then baying you back to. the back.  d.oor.    Maiiada'will be>an;the secret,-Ot  equrse.-;aiyadVsliey iwill    seey rytbatyvthe'  doors  ai-e shut. No' one will see yon,  and you'll go t<5. her room, slip off the  c*lothes,   put  on  your"' own,   wasli   oft  the rouge V and.    P^  doWn and help to serve.    Won't i%be  .-   fun?" ' }}'.. y? ,,���������������������������' "*""���������."  . 'l-IcJfolTs^^  passefla ^hl,a' ;go^dCa^^owV<^  lion. The whole air around, her, ��������� the  chaste, nnimpeachabie air of *-MissS  Abbie'R. kitchen, ,-treimbled and-glittea--  ed with . visions, Her little world  bo,on suddenly changed by the touch  ���������^orfeelnagins^siljfcsy  ystarry .eyes���������and those her owjr! Her  Vyypaaaag soul was intoxicated, with the  if'new wine of beauty and advettire.  ||-f At: the next Ladles* Aid Meeting  glVliss Abbie complained of Helmi's  |?ahsent mindedness. "I declare," she  $;-siiid<r-**tha.t Helmi girl, of nraiixe is be-  ySwltehed. She gave the milkman ba-eacl  let   the  "toast  talking to lier-  yUckets this mbrniaig,  Vhiii-u, and 1 heard her  }  fAINS ftLL  OVER BODY  Two More Cases of Feminine Illness Relieved hy Lydia* E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  Barringtota, iN? S.��������� "I had terrible"  feelahRa, headaches,-' biick and side -  aatdaes nnd pains.nll.over my,"body. I  would havo to go to bod every month  and nothing would do me pood. My  haiflbaitd nnd my father dial my worlc  for ano as I have two children and  we havo quite a big place. I read in  the paper about Myelin TR/ Pinlfham's  Voffotublo Comfaoaind, and then prot a  Httle book aboub at through thomoil,  and my husband non fc to Eaton's unci ���������  got mo a bottle, and then? we.gofc  iiioi-o facmi Uio wtom. I aha XcmjIuik;  iino now and do all my worlc and nm  able to go out around more. 1 toll my  friends at aa Lydia E. Pankhama'a Veij-  otable Coara pound that;makes ano Xeol  HO well. " Mra*. VICTOR ItKJTIARPSON,  SSarrLngton, Nova Scotia.  Dull Pains in BacSc  Nt. Thomas, Ont. ��������� "'.l took four  bottles oil JLytfaV.L', i'aiikliaaii.'s Vegetable Comnmaaad and found .prcnt relief from tlao dull, heavy paina an tlao  funtall of my back arid tho weflUnewi  froan which I aufl'ered for Clafe yearn  sifter any boy wan born. After talcing: <  the Vegetable Compound and using  Ly<,Ha 10. FSrikSiwn's Sanative Wash 1  nna feelinjT bettor than I have for tho  pout hgvmv years, and-adviso tnray  frieinlH to taiUe 1 V> - Mrs.K������1vilNfldM,  *U Muero tHroo!., tin, TiiorniiM, Oait. <U  self. '1 am so veree tired I beg leave  to- withdraw," she said, and by the  air.i of her you woiald think she was  a queen upon her throne. I asked her  if the girls were putting up a player something,, but she said not. But  she is ia. great glee over ..something.  1/ hope she's not going to be taken  down; she's a grand girl, only *������r:  tJiisfc and-this^has-all cbmeao'n so stad-  dehiy.?V'-?.-?y V-.V -''VV.y '   1 |- ���������  The day of the fparty' eame, Helihi  asked -Mis^f Abbiei.it;Vshe might |go  over eai*ly to help Mrs. St. John, are-  ������taies t"���������/'w-hielr was ; cheei-fully granlijed,  antl^Witli;.--a; heart-- a3-light as thistledown Helmi ran over tlie road.    S  It was a spicy day iii late Septem-  hea-, when Indian surcmerf hangs ?its  banners oaa the trees?- The asters iind  dahlias; now* at their best, lifted th;eir'  pa-oud heads vto' the? sun,y revelling| ih  tla^ef^^cli: aiiab^rpainsia?iie;|'|?La"ur^ .Slo-  p6aaiiid*^lija;������,|CTeamy^fan with  tips of bairiat ��������� orange, bordered yjthe  pat"li,-so hmitiant in coloi', so utterly  profligate and oyer -powering; Kelmi  could not pass them without paying  them the homage of her beauty-loving Jh.ear t.: : TJiey were so lovely they  laaart laei! :some way/She- wanted  everyone to seetiaena. Next day would  be dahlia sliflw and they \y6itld be  lukeii to the big ballro'omjn; tjjie ho-  ^el, where prizes would be awarded.  Dressed in. lajer neat ginghaini*;dress,  with low;heeled brown oxfordpiybiown  stockingf5, her golden hair ��������� In neaa,  rolls, Helmi looked lake a ' farea-ed  chlldi in some well-to-do family. Her  heart/sang with happiness. Shis was  Betting on. Canada was very, good ts>  her. She was learning, too. She'-could  now speak over the telephone, buy  things at the grocery, and ono'laugh*:  ed. at; her, accent? v Rf iss Abbie was  pleased with her and would pay her  real wages next anoaith, aand all the  girls were nice to.her, Next meeting  she' was golnor to sing a Planish'song.  Xleluil. jis alwjtys, had como over  ojirly. Ma-si. St. John would, not be  through witla her sleep yet.. So she  lolLeretl. lasirlplly at the ? tR-ate. with  dreamy dyes. Tho birds in the gol-  den caages were la.uaig oiitaldo, ancl by  their raptaarous singing had. attracted  n flo'ck, of-wild ciuaarlegythat" wore  fluttotlnp, trow pvei* the caraigana  hodgov trying to got aa, hearing witla  their nrita Loo ratio kin folk. ilolani  wondered what thoy were saying. Sl^o  woaad.-.ared' M Lhe on god birds grieved  Cor freodttm"and the upper air when  they jiciw their J'oyoun brothers skian-  naiiag pa������t so light of wing, no happy  In tho suntihine. Yet there waa-a no  trace. oC r.ot-R-ow In tho caged hh-.tln'  Hong, which mounted higher and  higher,'*Thoy wero thlukfaai; perhtapn  of ihe hitter wlmlu of winter, vrh"t<-h  hold, no teiu-o'i't* for tliem, for they  wore safe and waa*na, cara.'tl for, rahel-  tortid.' ftid, and yet bladfi wero. laiiido  for I'reedoaia, for unfettered lllgl^tta,  bhie HklieH, naoamtalat pealt������. Cagoni  brought Hufely; the open air had il rtaia-  nor.    TlMn-ci you aro - choosie!  Helmi fdretehaMl her atroaag yotiaiH  U'imi'im and tn'OiUlaed the pertaaniHtl ������ar.  "I   will   iuke  the  oniin   air   and   dan  JLooking again at the riot of color^  j tho  garden^ he Id,  crhrcon" and lemony  j^anal glittering gold, Helmi broke,into?  her own. tongue,    "lie re it .is"    she:  said,  "my  picture!     Aunty's     Flower  Garden!~ It has come true! It was not  only a pactuTe"drawn on paper; it was;  a   promise���������a   true   promise."   Grati-"  tudo "filled Iter'eyes wiih_happy teard..-  God was very gooci. A desire to sper-.lv  to God was on her. She looked up to  the   sky" and   wished,   sho   could   see,  Him just for ohe lfttle minute. Then  the words came,' tho    woi-ds    of    the"  covemmt   slie   had  made  with   Htm;  "Chci-ish   health';-  seek   truth;     kaiow'  God; seavve others." -  Then in her loyal heart Helmf  prayed to God to let Aunt Lili know.  Surely He would. Aunt Lili was sd>  good���������and she would, be glad to know^  - Anyway, when"; she went to heaven*  herself she would tell Aunt Lili, and-  she wGiu-.i bo sure to' go io heaven)  now. She was going to be such a lovely lady no one could keep her out  any more than they could* keep out  Mrs. St. John, anl besides, she would  be so good to -poor girls, everyone;  would love her.  She would bring out Finn gnis^ ���������*  a ship load of them���������and make lessons for them oar the boat, and show,'  them how' to make dresses and do"  their hair, make stylish co'ats and* say  stylish Engiisii words. She would,  drive her own car going to see her  Finn girls, and would teach them nice  yells like Canadian girls make, and  have nice suppers and give them copies  of the Blue and Gold' Book.  Lost in the pleasant dream, Helmi  d.id not notice that a cloud had come  over the slain and a chill had falleaa.  A drab little wind, wilh an tigly jagged edge on it, came twisting across  the road blowing dust in her eyes.  She looked up. Aunty's ilower garden  had faded, and- wita * it the vision  splendid.  A*   sudden   chill     fell-   on     Henai's  "yes, dear, you can"* Go down town  ������������������hero's the-address. :Va.sk--for &km.  He's a doctor;,?. *a -' Chinese''- . doctor,  that's why we mustn't tell. Dr. St.  John would be angry. Doctors often  hate each other. Dr. Sam" will give  you a little box for me. Just say a  lady sent you. Do"n't say my name  Helmi. Ajid never tell���������Oia,'HeimiT 1  will love you if. you'll never tell. I  must have taken my box���������who else���������  Ihink he knows���������the doctor-���������for he  Sam always, sends it - with the laun-  dryman, but today -the doctor was  here. - I am so afraid, Helmi. Did you  take any box, Helmi?"    ,  Helmi's eyes went* "wide    with  ror.  "No", no. I'm- craxy with pain.  ITelani, and be quick and never  Helmi promise ine; if you tell I  die."  (To Be Continued.)  ter-  Go,  tell,  will  ff*������aB      II   I *!**< Ht*1! *      UT       1  Licue heips ror Ihss Wee*  By thy woi-ds thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be  condemned.���������luati. xih 37.  Words are .mighty, words are living;--  Sernehts      with      their     venomous  stings.  Or bright angels crowding round xas  With     heaven's     light   upon    their  wings.  Every word has  its own spirit,  True or false thut ncver'dies;  Every word man's lips have uttered  Echoes in God's skies.  ���������Adelaide Anne Proctor.  The evil word���������and oh, remember  this���������is a step, a long step, beyond  the eA'il thought; and it is a seep Toward the precipice's edge.  ������������������Frederic W. Fari*ar.   "  Remember that every word you utter wings Its way to the throne of  God. and^is \o affect the condition  of your soul forever. " ���������Todd.  heart. Like most of her countrymen,  she was superstitious, and she shuddered now with a sense of dread.  Shivering sh������; went intoythe house.  Seeing no one around, Helini ran  upstairs. Her friend was sick, maybe. That, was tbe trouble which was  coming. ���������. .;...-'������������������  In a darkeaaed room, smelling heavily of some strange odor, Helmi found  hea* lovely lady lying yith face white  amd drawn, her eyes bairning *jike  Aunt fLiii's had.? i'eeii. Helmi's lieart  was sick with fear. "Was she to y lose  the-flower garden, again?  "Oh, Mrs. St. John, what is?" Helmi's English grew panicky^  4 "I will be all" right, HelmiV' her  friend's ready voice " rbassureal her.  "You can help rae.", Will you go down  town for me?"  - **0 yes, I go���������anywhere," whispered Helmi, frightened by her friend's  ghastly pallor; "I get doctoi*-���������he will  get medicine."  Mm St. John's hand flew-up-in an  imperative gesLure/4'You'll tlpau?your  are told, Helmi! I do not want the  doctor." ' '  The angry lone broaaght tears to  'Helmi's' ey^es.  Mrs. Stl John's voice softened.  "Don't naind me, Helmi, I'm so sick.  Tlie doctor wouldn't understand, and  ho would bo cross."���������  ilolriilgrow morq niyfltifted...  "Listen, dear, you are mj best little friend. I can trust ypu.. Never toll,  Helmi, I have a bad henrt, and only  oaie medicine can haalce nao well." Sho  paused a minute, and Holm I could  feel her burning eyes on her fnco In  pained entreaty.  "Can I Rot?" nslcod  Helwai.  Ivory  aw.**.; aa*?_at_; ,  l*10.tVlllH    -c-^jtviiuuS  ao:^aL  A<V.lCtl  Long  Buried Tusks Found On Islands  V      In Behrlhg Sea  An ivory harvest aa*rived at Ta coma recently on the schooner Boxer. !  which represented au \anintentlonalf  beq.uest from, long dtad Eskimos to  the present generation. For ages natives of the islands In Behring Sea  took walruses, ate the blubber" and  threw the gleaming white tusks or.  the dump or kitchen midden, back of  their igloos.  The piles-, accumulated dairing the  centuries until the white man came  with his trading schooners ana  eagerly bought the tusks of freshly-  killed wall-uses. The Eskimos of today, remembering tho wasteful habits of their ancestors, promptly be^  gaai to sink mines on the sites of ancient camps and villages. Each  year, for four years on St. Lawa-ence  Island alone a*hey have dug out tiaou-  sands of dollars woi-th of .fossil  ivory.  The aap-T.o-date and, semi-educated  Eskimos do not waste time going far  to se speaa-ing their meat, they simply mine the buried treasure, sell it  aiad baay the white wir.n's food with  the profits. ���������  A Remedy For Earache.���������To have  the earache is to end.ure torture. The  oar Is a delicate orgaaa and few care  to ileal wilh It, considering It work  for a doctor. Dr. Thomas' Eclectxdc  Oil orfors a simpje remedy. A few  drops upon a piece of lint oa: medicated cotton and placed, in the ear will  do much iu relieving paiaa.  CHOLERA, CRAMPS,  PAINS IN THE SYOMACH  RELIEVED BY  il  WIL.O    j'  tmmmmlMSilmmmMmw^M  ���������vmrrvs  n.  TT%*.  Mileage. Costs    ;  Less -������Per Mile":  The demand from car owners fo- Firestone Gum-Dippad Tires has given  Firestone "Dealers a large increase in  volume that enables them to sell these  m.' ..    *-~. ....    ^.^.   4.1��������� ..   l^..������...r.4-    .^^3...^^*    in      4*^������.  lUCb   K.tJ yVttJL  **l-   t^.t\.   .VWV.OI.   JK.*^*-^.fc������    ***     fc..*^.  history of the industry.  The Firestone Balloon Tread, scien>  tifically designed, three years ago, and  unchanged today has the wear-resisting;  qualities that give thousands of extra  miles. _ 7  This tread must .be placed on a carcass  that has the qualificationsto withstand  terrific flexing-    The Firestone carcass  ��������� J      z   cuius . uif^u  X uvvu  ss fliaue  solution -which not only saturates and  insulates every .fibre of every cord, but  unifies sidewalls -with carcass, eliminating any possibility of separation,  under the extreme flexing of loo*?-  pressure tires.  The Firestone Cealer in" your locality-  will gladly explain tbe ��������� Gum<Dipping  process, the scientifically designed tire  ���������tread, and other advantages that only  Gum-Dipped Tires can give. See him  -today. '   '  FIRESTONK TIRE & RUBBER CO.  OF CANADA LIMITED  Hamilton, Ontario  MOST MILES PER DOLLAR  ^jfrS*9m**m\\m^^*t^Bm\    J3|^F"  Firestone Bvt2ds tbe OnSjr Gwm-EMpped Tiyes  Shipnient Of Stone Marten  A shipment of stone mai-len was  inade recently to the ITnited States  Experimental Fur Farm in^New York  State, the animals having been  caught in the Lake 'Windei-mea-e district of British Columbia.  NO BETTER MEDICINE  FOR LtTTLE ONES  Mm  wril������n  VV.    *\,     iS.    ifiot  fifii'!" tibia .said.  Ti. Ijftavatt, Back Bay, N.B.,  -"Last Bunamer my children  woro very i" witla ehoUna aud Buttciod  Bovorcly from crarnpn nnd pains in thefr  Btomachs, I triftd aaeveral remedies, baat  nothing BOomod 1;o do them any good.  A fraond of mine told too tn try Vr.  Fowlor'n J'xtriact of Wild Btrawbnrry. I  got a bottlo and gfivo tht������n n t������w ilonon  ancl they aoon found rclaef. Now I wall  never h������ without- at an the nuaaatawr  montalui,''  (OnnH Aceattt ������ Sub-stltiit*  ,'Thta preparation has beon on tho mur-  k*r for ������0y������.8Ti������; put up only by Tl>*������ T  MilUum Co., Ltmit^il, Toronto, Oaat.  Wedded To a Tree  Blind Girl In India Ib Tragic Figure  A blind girl of twtlve gropes hor  way with exteaided hand at dualc each  night to a sacred ������a*eo at Bardoll, India, and puts laer arms aiound it, crying ao/tly over the tragedy of hor life.  Tho tree Is hor husband undor illaadu-  law and Bhe can novel*, have another.  When who wi������r ply years old tho ehlld  had tnnallpox. llor Taco waas din figured aaid she was blinded. Ilea- father, deciding no man woaald ever want  to marry hor, and not dealrlaag to aajf-  fer iho ������U������tna oC having an unmarried daughter, had her married with  roll ITindaa rlten, to talie taee. There  wan a format wf.dallns fi-a:al 1t> ct-le-  brnl.o the event.  Ontario Main Source Of Cobalt  For tho past twenty years the Cobalt (silver ai-fift of C^annda haa been  tho main aoaarce ot tho worJd'u saap  ply ut cobiiJI. In thu period J&07-lU2li.  both yeaa-H Indiadml, th������ total output  of cobalt wsaii ;:i,Bi;j,7<>l iioaanda.  Mlnard'u   Llnlnnent for bum*  Is Wliat Thousands Of Mothers  Say Of Baby's Own Tablets  A medicine for the baby orjgrow-  ing chHd���������one that^ the mother can  feel assured is absolutely: safe as; well  as efficient���������is found in Baby's Own  Tablets. The Tablets are praised by  thousands of mothers throughout tho  countx*y. These mothers havo found  by actual experience that there is no  othermedicine i'or little ones to equal  tliemV y Oncefa mother? has; used thorn  for her children' she will use nothing  else. Concerning them Mrs.? Charles  Huttf Tancock Island, r iNr.S.'.;' writes:  "I have ten children, the baby b'eing  just six months old. I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for them for tho  past SO years and can -truthfully say  that I know of no better medicine for  Httle onca. I always keep a box of  the Tablets in tho house and woaild  advise all other mothers to do so."  Bsiby's Own Tnbots are sold by all  medicine   devalers   or   will   be   mailed  tapon  l'ccelpt  of   price,   25   cents   per  box,   by Tho  Dr.   Williams'  Meclicino  Co., BrockviHo. Ont. ��������� - ���������   *'  In the course of a.month a caterpillar will devour <>,000 times Itn own  weight.-in food. It will tako stn average 'man throei"month's"bnfore'ho oativ  a qaaaaatlly oC a'ood equal to his own  weight.  \  TROUBLED WITH  RASH. JH. FACE  Itching Was Terrible.  Cuticura Healed.  ."_-. .'i _  " My trouble began with a severe  mah on my face which for about mix  weeks caused a terrible itching,  burniaig Herniation. The irritation  caused me to scratch, and scratching  aliased sore eruption* which covered  my face. My face wan dfufigured,  ��������� nd the trouble laated nbout four  momhv.  "I trle<l other remedies but they  seemed to make the trouble worse.  I sent for a free sample of Cuticura  Soap and Oiaitment and ������ot relief  after unlngit, I purchased more, and  In a ahort time I wau healed."  (Signed) Minn Annie li. McCluitkey,  Box 1113, Orand Fall**, N. B.  Use Cuticura to clear your skin.  ttrpot:   "SUmMmu*. lis.. WMkWMl.H   frjn������, Hump  *U-   (UnimmttV.mnttUM', r*K*nn *U.  Cwtlcuur* Shmwhaz Sllt-th 3$������. ".'?������'j^i'ifJr-^y^"^"^"^^ s'lfy^'i^ffL*?"?*  Away back in the late sixties thousands of acres  of British Columbia's timber were sold for one cent  per acre, which looked like a fair price���������then. Today similar timber is worth from SI50 to $200 per  acre, so tremendously has tieaber appreciated in  value within the scope of an average lifetime.  What the young growth of today will be worth 60  years from now. is beyond computation if it is protected from lire and allowed to reach maturity.  The morai is obvious.  Pir&w&wi Fovemt Fishes  *������t*������*H*d :.   il^T&.*lE3ffl'"?*R ���������**&*���������*������   '     ������^S?^S?."5Br llS  Dr. O.VA. Mit&'tt was a viastfcorV a-t  Cranbrook at the weekend, getting off  the train at Xiurn ber ton to play on the  Cre6ton team ih the baseball match  SundayaffcernooB.  ��������� Mrs?, M.&.''Boy������!':-'w������s at Fernie this  week where site placed tbe red and  blue ticket** in the needlework and  conking sections off the second annual  fall fH!S" !D th&t? ^JSB.  Mar. and. Mrs,? Jas. Lockhead sand  family are just back from a tfcwo weeks  camping fishing trip up Suntimit  Creek. In haa absence Hurry Benny  was in charge "*6|?the ferry=  Creston was shy a couple of the regular hands on Sunday, which partly  accounts for the 14 to 8 beating they  tooU at baseball against Lumber ton in  the latter town on Sunday afternoon.  The I^ditJa4 Guild of Christ Church  gratefully acknowledge a Rift from  Mrs. X^oasby of Sirdair of the articles:  Table centre, man's sleeveless sweater,  afternoon tea cloth, two pair booties.  Fob 8A&.B 6B,?TRADB~For acreage  S!$a? >.<r@st>on iv������y iJloOv equity ail eigot-  itmni house in Victoria;    mortgage of  $1500 good as Inn**? as interest is paid.  Write A. R. Taylor, Masonia, Idaho.  Surveyor Cuminiaags of Cranbrook  with a staff of three helpets arrived at  Granbrook Board of Seliool Trustsos  ���������asiiiui  m-nti iiiiiiiiiiiiii mm&  nniAf������  I ABB I-3%  i-ffen  A A.tf-fe  We are continuing Grade 12. First Year University  Class, during the nest tea-m commencing September.  we have an excellent Staff of Teaohars, aaid students  attending this class aire assured of excellent tuition.  The fees are $10.00 per month, payable in advance.  Applications should be mailed to the Secretary.  F. W. BURGESS. Secretary,  r@& G.  ��������� ^SHsB a***^^    SS        SSimmm^  mm rg& ttm***W*\\\\***&&^'  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  I 1  OUU  IX   W^Sa3������iQll  _ros SAI*B���������X^ignt wagon, "agzo; aaso  j&jtchen Queen coofcstove, S16. Pochan  ranch. Canyon.  Lost���������Watch, on the Canyon road,  near the church. Finder please return  to Review Office,  Bars. Oliver of ������ray Creek was visiting with Creston friends a couple of  days at the-first of the week, a guest  of Mrs. Geo, Strong.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, AUGUST 23  CRESTON���������7.3D p���������ro.  Mrs. Rutledge of Macleod, Alberta.  is a Creston visitor at present, a guest  of Mr. and Mrs. Winchconab.  Mr. and Mi's. Coleman of Inversnere  were weekend visitors in town, guests  Oi  -KsraJCs  and Ma-s. Mallandaine.*  Arthur Speers   are  just  tfti^'iiwm -a  5S5K.     v**     \Z*\*  H. L������ FZOBINSON  notary puat-ia  Xcnperial Bank Bldg.      GRESSTON  ^^A^-~    .fl^S���������.  R. A. COMFORT  Milk, Cream  Ice Cream  and Ice  TB.  TESTED COWS  Everything sanitary.    Visitors  are welcome at any  time.  Milking hours 5 to <8 p.m.  ICE delivered at 1c. pound  Betty and  relatives at iJrrassy L>*ke;- Alberta.  Mrs. T. H. Ireland and daughter,  Annie, spent a oouple of day*s -with  Nelson fa-sends at the end of the week.  Mrs. H. S. McCreath and daughter,  Jean, were visitors with Nelson  friends a few days at the first of the  week.  Chicken Wheat For Satjs���������-Half-  acre of it, cut and Kfcooked. just aright  for potiitryruan. Snquii-e at Review  Office.  Sir, and- Aire. W. MoMahon and  daughter of Vancouver, are Creston  visitors this week, guests of Mr. and  Mrs. A. L. Cameron.  M. R. Joyce of the Speers' store  sates staff is taking has usual two  weeks'g summer vacation at present,  and is on a visit to Nelson.  Mrs. W. K. Brown got back on Saturday from a three weeks visit  with  siding at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.  Mass Thehna West of Ca,rdston,  Alberta, .arrived on Thursday last on  a visit with foi-mer Creston friends,  and is a guest of Mrs, K. S. Sevan.  Moweb Fob Sale���������Seconhand one-  hnrse ssarss^er, sn AI shape. Ordes-  your repairs, before they are needed.  Chas. Murrell, Farmers'Supply Depot.  surv������?y of the Indian lands on Kootenay J?liai-s on which work he spent  about three months an 1926.  The Grand is? presenting Jackie  Coogtn in "Johnny Get Your Hair  Cut" on boils Friday tind Sattsr-day  nights this week, at regular prices.  It 1s a tale of laughs, love and flying  hoofs that none should miss.  Village'treasurer W. O. Taylor was  on the rounds last week making up  the 1028 assessment. New buildings  and improvements this year will add  about ������20.000 to the present assess*  ment which totals over $800,000.  iiyi^Uii 'DU-MlltjSd yyjioMp.  THE BEST EQUIPPED BUSINESS 6QLLE6E IK BRITISH OOLUIIBIa  The village has a repair crew, under  J. P. Johnston, at work putting the  cemetery-bridge in sh������pe to carry the  tie haul from the Putnam, Palmer &  Staples, Limited, sawmill on the K.V.  The firm is using a fleet of three auto  trucks.  11^ DIVIDUAL  TUITIO  '���������"���������;.   SOUNB GpSSMEBC^^ -  Shorthand,  Typewriting, Bookkepmg, Penmanship  Spelling.    Commercial   Arithmetic,    Commercial  *  English. Commercial Law, Filing, General Office  Procedure ' v  "������������������*-��������� - -...  A British Columbia College for British Ck������lnm-bians.  The College in which students either work or leftve, -  NEW TERMCOMMENCESSEPTEMBER1st  PHONE 603.      FEES: $17.50 a Month      P.O.BOX 14  Latest Designs  in  ens Ties!  I hnvo just opened out n new  tnch.     All    the   latpftt   cVaiulcs.  Prioos 50o., 85o. an<l $1.  A nflw range of Bow Ties at  35o., or three for a dollar.  \f  ���������W   o  mm ft*  *mi C2a**tT������Pi.I  fl.wji.jna, arv tw<**'s,'*  The last of a series of addresses on  the Fruits of the Spirit will be given  at Christ Church on Sunday evening,  when tlae subject will be Self Control.  Parents and scholars are reminded  that the Sunday school in connection  with Christ Church will resume operations on . Sunday, Sept. 4th, at 10.15  a.m.  Mrs. Walter Pteher and children are  leaving this week for Nelson, where  Mr. Fisher is at present employed and  whore they expect to reside permanently.  The deer shooting season opens on  Thursday morning. Reports from  most all points indicate this class of  game is more iiuniproias than over  before.  Mrs. P. H. Jackson is hnving her  usual fall sale of huts at tho jewelry  Htote iaiaiicling, next the Imperial Bank  on Thairsdny and Friday, Sept. 1st  and 2nd.  Tomatoes���������Off gnidea; during August., 00 cent-* for 20 pound*;   Boptoan  bor, 50   cents   for   40   pounds;   bring  yonr   own     containers.    Richatdaon,  Ea-ickson.  The tiiuutuu arrived home ut tlie  end of the week from the annual blueberry cump at points down Kootenay  Lake. The crop of this fruit Is luxuriant Main flea boo.  ICvpresH nhlpping of fruit at points  wont hian fallen off tn tho point whore  the eaotboimd ti'iiln is arriving pretty  VlVt^H      f}*1        .1,^%,.,        r\^^r,r\������\.      (-**������      f*i,r������      yl.% ***.  wlaiua   the Arrow Lnkera fiulfc Ih  being  hiirnaled.  Shipping in car lots was inauguara-  ted by hiath Creston Growears sand the  Exchange this week at Creston and  Ea-ickson. Transparent and Duchess  apple,. peach pliims, crabapples -and  tomatoes and eueumbfes-s all figiire in  th������ cargo/ ^  . A. Biccum, who 'has conducted a  secssndhand store in the Fool buHiding  on.Siardar Avenue for the past year,  has sold out his entire stock to Alex.  Mirabelli. and with the family have  gone to Calgary, Alta., to make their  future home.  Posters are up for an auction sale, of  cattle, horses and implements,. the  property of Geo. Thompson of West  Cieston. The sale will be at Mc-  Creath's barn, Ca*eston, on .Tuesday  next, Aaagust 80th, at 1 p. na. In the  lot is several head of milch cows.  " The Putnam, Palmer & Staples  Limited, sawma 11 as hitting its stride  and on Saturday shipped the first carload of ties. The firm has a fleet of  three new trucks���������two ForcSs and a  Chevrolet just purchased from the  Premier garage���������on the haul and are  this week loading out two cars of ties  daily.  Pompeaiti and Colgate  oods Just Arrived!  Pompeain Creams, Powders,Rouges,L������patick,Loiif}ns  '.} Colgate's Tooth Paste, 25c Colgate's Shave'Creaim, 35c.  Colgate's Shave ^tick, 40c.        Colgate's Stiok Itefills, 35c  Also Brilliautine, Soap, Bandoline. Talcum, &c  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STOR  OTOO* HE, mMKJUK  I  Thrift  CHIROPRACTIC"  Adds Nothing  Takes Nothing Away  For thousands of years it has been  customary when, a person was sick,  to either "give ham something11 or  ���������������������������cut out. something." Unless thin"  was done his chances to survive  \vea*e rather slim. At least this was  the p-enontLcupinim held.. A radical  change has come about with the  advent of Chiropractic,  The Chiropractor adds nothing  and takes nothing away. He gives  tho Almighty Creator credit for  having dpno a perfect job when tho  human being; Wits created���������that  nothing has to be added and that  nothing should be taken away.  A little fixing now and then on  any machine become* necessary.  ThiH has been learned by Iho -media  nic in tho past, and thus reasons the  Chiropraactor���������the body Is a machine, it also Is liable to got out of  adjustment in the daily grind for  eat aa to uce. Correct this aiuj every  nrgan ������la oia Id function properly���������and  it will. Tiiere la no quotation about  this any moro. Thin has boon demonstrated to may practitioner of  this new health sclonco time and  agntn.  consists iii spending less th&ii  y*>n earn.  1������ by careful economy you can.  save moneys you have taken a  long step toward contentment.  We pay interest oti Savings bat*  ances and shall welcome your  account. **sq  THE CANADIAlN^B  OF COlvlMERCE  i        t .'!  Capital Paid Up $20,OOOjOOO  Reserve Fnad -$20*000*000  Creston Branch  JR. J. Forbes, liiaxknKer  1  MM  iHii^i^^i^gi,^!^^^  *mmm*mWm*m������*1mVmtit  ***m*w*msM*msmmm*mio*wu  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Jl W ������1 te^i'Mtoa    -Il fi-V rfl rtC^'fl JSr^V^-TT^aEl" Ifti-MNiSrrSiT^J     Him    C\h?  1  ���������i'  O. Am MITTUN  PALMER   OHWOPRAOTOR  Hav������ th* mm* 0/ di.watt r*m#v*d  JTR.Y OUH  .     AltAtlfaRQCIC PORK1 SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve,  Shantroch J&r���������Bn���������t HAlvf, EACGN ana LARD  GLEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Govern anonb graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ail varieties.  Choicest BEEJh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  B<btlRNS  HjEtAtL PGIUmFC*   JrUMJJLf  increases egg production and producen better poultry.    Buy th* best.  I

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