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Array V 1**  9gt*  YUb,  aaa:.  GBSSTON, B.'CU FB|PA������S AUGUST 195 1927  Ho. 26  -������   ���������������  S  Ass auto mishap at the west approach to Washout Creek late Tuesday night claimed the life of L. M.  Slye, Cranbrook. traveler for the P.,  Burns Company; and since taken she.  life of Chas.Sang,Oranbrook, manager  the  Crystal   Dairy,   while   R.  amtftl-fc  joevUij      iJuifaeUiOUSs v"     eSBSpirvi  some bad bruises and a severe shaking  up internally.  Mt������ Bevgkn had accompanied, the- two  iavtase'-GtSi business trip to. Wyondel  and Sirdar, and' it was on the return  that the Nash *te*������*Hng car owned by  Mr. "Slye, ''With liimself at the wheel,  and Mr* Sang alongside, went over th������'  basik, the car tand men going down a  -cock pile that as almost perpendicular.  -The accident was due fche? fact that  tho driver taa trying to avoid hitting a  boulder failed to get the expected  actios with has b*cakes and pn the very  narrow* road at that point the car  swerved over th������ edge.  Mr. Bevan managed to jump out at  the first turnover of the car, hut the  other two were carried down with the  car almost 100 feet,.   Mr. Slye must  have  aaiet instant, death , as   he -was  found janiiaaed in to the shoulders between two rocks, while about ten feet  away SoBfjf'   suffered ? broken* *ps*3^ic  b ������nes and punctured bladder* when he  ���������was thrown ootop of another boulder.  After Mr. Sevan came to from the  stnn he suffered he immediately went  on down  the; rocky slope in  quest of  his companions and on discovering the  condition they were in  raaa back to  Sirdar aaad summoned help, and also  . despatched an auto to Creston for Dr.  Kesdessoa. who., with provincIaaVpoIie*?  -McRobb we|-e ^-proaa.*--^  ^y^l^r?^^  ������������������y fqre ^������tv??we^hc^ atreight ''^aa^,?heard  apprcsMsSSssga and fasA% was !Sup6ss������hle!  almost to carry the bodies up the bill  the freight was flagged and the injured  metn taken to Sirdar, inhere, the s i*e-  mains of Mr. Slye were left in charge  cf the "oBice ������Sicer* and Mr.,.S&!i*s was  motored to Creston ouu given every  possibleattentiou at the doctor's suafg-  ery, and who accompanied him as far  as Yahk be   Wednesday's   train,   at  which pohrii   (jUeuiCHt   help frOiii ,yfa!i  brook-took him in charge to St. Eugene hcbpital.  An Wyail.tigation of they fatality  waa conductedby Coroner Major  Mallandaine who with ,the ju*ryhien-���������  J. P.Cook (foremuu), W. Hendy, J.P.  Johnston, 0. HendreOi M. J. Beninger  and A. I* Palmer visited the scene of  the accident on Wednesday and concluded their deliberations on Thursday morning when the following verdict whb brought in:  'We, th������ jury, have come to the  I endations for Dot only improving the  highway at that particular point4 but  by widening the road generally, and  putting up danger signs on the route  between Alice Siding and Kuskanook.  Following Wednesday's deliberations of the jury Slye's body was taken in charge by Undertaker Hendren  and brought to Creston where it was  prepared for burial and was i-Kken to  Oranb:roak by & brother of deceased.  Just a#������he Review went to press late  Thursday afternoon word came that  Mr. Satayg bad passed away in the hospital that afternoon.  Af������&& SiMnm  Victoria,  deputy minister  of paiblic  ������T���������������!,���������,^*w ^ *2L    t&mmtf  works; Wro. Ramsay of Kelson, dis-    ������ ��������� *������*.***���������������._���������* *J?������faJV S  ���������������������������������.������������������  Mrs. ������us Rudd and family are here  at pat-esemt on a visit with Mrs. J. B.'  Rudd. *  Mr. Opal of Alhambra, Alberta, arrived last week  to join  his wife end  ���������*' ��������� A:, i^.. i ^ - ������������������.-' -   -���������- - - ���������  er, Mrs.  ?ho are guests of ber moth-  Mass B. Hagen spent a few days  with ������"wlw.tivss aSid frlsssds'afe Slosde!  last week. y.  7; Mr.>ajnd Mrs. A. Joy and Miss Marguerite left last week on a trip to  prairie points.  C B. Twigsr, district- horticulturist,'  Cl eslon, was here- on official business  last Friday. His latest estimate of  the apple crop is slightly le������������3 than the  .May-figures.  A* E. Towsoa left on Sunday for  Cranks sok to take over the work of  inspecting cars nt that- point iop cou-  ling moth control for the department  of agriculture.  Mrs. Cecil Moore and family of Riondel arrived on Monday for a visit  with her -mother, Mrs. Matt. Hagen.  -Mrs*. Ashley Coopes .left on Mo������dsy  $g$0i������}}S^^  im JKpotii*ria^ -.S'lls'l  f:'",ijrh'e iSSfr raspberry ccoP is^abpufc all  shipped and has turned but lighter  than was expected, :y?  Mr. and Mrs. B. Sana wick  of Van  couver have been visitors here; guests  Miss Georgians Coic of Cranbrook,  who has been here on a visit with her  brother, Albert- }tt the Vara ess ranch,  left for home a&Athe end of the weel.  Up to tbe middle of the week the  traistees bad not booked a. teacher for  saHho school. Judging by the nuaabepof  application's th^fce &ould appear to be  acnore reachers available this year than  ever before.  John Miller, who has heen -having  lUl������4MVft CTUV   3*(MaiWM      mm,mm     ���������.imw>*-������������4s'������^     ���������<? t-������     ���������i^  Cranbrook lastVweek ������on8iiltaii*5*f with  D������. Green.  '' Arrangements were completed'Sunday.for the annual community Sunday  school pienio wl|ich' was -set for ��������� Wednesday, 17th, oh the fiats at Carr's  Point. , "  In announcing the honor roll winners at Alice Siding school credit was  given Everard Constable for highest  {standing in proficiency. This is an  error as the proficiency honors weut  to Betty Smith..  tract engineer; J. C. Braidy of Cranbrook. district engineer for East Kootenay, and John Taylor, road foreman  for Cranbrook district, -  Col. Fred Lister and Jock Duncan of  Lister, with W,G. Littlejohn of Erickson, wese motor visitors* Sunday.    r  I?. H. Pym, forestry supervisor  for  East Kootenay, was heare on an official  ,calt from Crail brook on Monday.Cnpt.  Oatt-Ss  forestry official from Oreston,  was here the same day.  Jack Spratt had the bad luck to loss  four head of cattle by them, being run  over by a C.P.R, freight, at Canyon  one night last week. Due to ao much  water in fche low spots the cat-tie have  not yet been brought back to the flats  for pasture.     They have been grazing  the end ot May,  Takiug the Alice Siding orchardists  %>xr    txtnA    Iia vara.    W.    A,      Pasoa    3 a   ubotlt  right in claiming to be the Wealthiest  of tbe lot. J3m& crop in that variety is  the best in these parte.  I. N. Rhodes arrived back at the end  of the month, and will be employed as  sealer at the P(atnaa*u. Palnrer & Stop  |es9 Limited. sawanil'lV east of?Cr������(8ton,  Which: ; COTfliMaMtt^^ V  Harry Demchuk and his friend. Syl  cester Diakiw, Ieft on Sunday for the  Saskatoon. Sask.. district, where they  will help with' harvest and threshing?  and where the former may stay for.  the winter. ,.._  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whittaker rnot=  ored in from Cranbrook last weekend  for a Sunday visit with  the latter's  UM..HGk.   SSL. o, - *2L.   aji.'W^fcvfui. -  "fidT Satnitla  left" for Klocknaann   at  the end   of the week, where he is-are  sitaming work at the Continental mine.  Mr* and   Mrs.  Orvul  VanBtten   of  Bonners Perry spent a few days here  last week, with ber parents, Mr. and  Mrs, Sam Demchuk.  Largely Attended  If the officials themselves had had  the making of. it.. they could not  have turned out a better lot of wealtb-  er than obtained all day Tuesday for  tl*.--    _,_-^_-_���������������    _i i^   _^   nra_!_:j���������   rr_;j--^  Sunday school, which was held at tbe  second bead along Goat River. Almost  aCO young and -middle aged wer������"on  hand for the doings, -which corataene:  ed until 7 p.m. The chief feature for  the youngsters were t.he races, which  _^_ Jt_5Tl_.   the grownups, with Rev. -J. Herdman,  w.J.Tx'uacott. T. Goodwin aaad Misses  Clara Morrow and Edith Cook in  charge, and the following capturing  the prizes:  VBoys and girls, under 6 years���������Muriel Olson, Roy Cartwright.  Girls, 6 to 9 year&^-Rachei Morrow,  Carol Healey.  Bove. 6 to 9���������StanleyOlson, Noarman  Phillips. -.->' ���������  Girls, ^   to   12���������Margaret   Blinco,  ?.ifrancfes'Lewis."  12���������Herbert Dodd, Roy  Boys, ������  Penson;  to  over  15���������Lizzie   Lewis,   Ada  15���������Dobie    McDonald,  ���������-,~.rvx*:?'*t*-+ *- y  cot this  Phstns. in lamited Quantity, is about  thsf,:������n!y ?eoBnniacwlityVmovjssg  but of  Alice Siding at   present.     Tomatoes  >  are late in coming this year.  vi x-u-r.  T������  ^3k m.%.Kit*Wt%..  Mr. and Mre. Stan. Gregory returned to Vancouver on Wednesday. E.  Andestad accompanied theml  bht  conclusion that the late L. M, Slye  came to his death through misadventure* byjreasoi* of his car going  ovor the bank on a dangerous road  between Wynndel and Sirdar on the  night of August leth. 1027."  Along wlththe finding are recomtn.  ������������������ Mrs; E. J, Brawnr was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends at the weekend,  returning on Tuesday.  Clifford Neil and Clifford , Cook  spent a few days.visiting in Nelson  last week.  8  teW&QBQ&BB&S*  "Mi  <���������*  *������/f  i\-T*m m*  n*f%it  t*J������Vi?l(?ln*NFfcir>n        f*1f  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, AUG.  B&irg&BB! Night!  A bin Spooial Produotaon  going nt Regular Prices���������  . one uijffrfc only.  Pola Negri  in  fiUntd Bmnprisi  3  POLA NEGRI as the beautiful storm centre of riotous  etnotibiiB    and   catin ailing  flilvftntnre ntirred ud by tho  havoc   of  war.    Truly,   a  super- Bpeeiat t  Cranbrook were Tuesday to Sata."irday  visitors here with  Mr* and Mrs. C. M.  Loasby.  Mr. and Mrs. G. Cam, sr��������� spent the  weekend with friends in Cranbrook.  After spending Bix\weeke with his  aunt,'Mrs. Charles Neil of Kuskanook,  Clifford Cook is returning to his home  at Ottawn, stopping off at Toronto for  the Canadian National Kxhibition.  Rev. 8. Newby of Creston' will be  here on  Sunday evening   Church of  England iseivice nt 7,80.  B & B foreman Sid MeCabe and his  crew pulled out on Sntnrday for Koo-  iesjiiy Centre! ���������v^intn. iwhere they will  be working for awhile.  Mrs. Dennes nnd Miss Dorothy Cam  were between trains callers at Oreston  on Saturday.  Mr, Mnhondrori of Portland,-Ore.,  was a visitor here on Friday, u guest  of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Proctor, Mrs.  Mohondron and children, who havo  been holidaying here, returned with  him to the Oregon -metropolis,  L.M. Blye of Cranbrook, kllleda CA.  Sianp; of th������v mtiw? town, dangerously  Injured, nnd It. 8. Bo van, Creston,  badly bruised and shaken up, In, a  motor -mishap near Washout Crock on  Tuesday ulght. The two former were  brought. In to Sirdar on the midnight  Jhrelght. from the scone of tho walahap.  and the body of Mr. Slye held hero  for the usual Inquest, while Mr, Sang  .������*-,       ,,,,     ���������.HJ".    *���������>;������������������    J*    ������t*.^^ -*<       "#'   ,f*      If* *..,(���������-*-.#���������   *"1- *!������.      ff f\<*m       ���������*.���������+*)    *\   *���������: fl .M������ %-H   r* **������  W t* W   MutMXkAt^t* t*S*4     ***.*   W* %.mMmU*Jhm.mi   toi-**    >������4w'4'Wfc4<M>W<M *���������*%���������  and thence to Cranbrook hospital  on  Wednesday'a train,  Miss Beatrice Molander left on Sunday for Nelson, where she is holiday*  ioK..wibM frier-d.s.  Miss BSlsie Nelson- left' on Monday  on a holiday visit ^with Ryan friehds,  S. A, ������$an^elsoni,wB3o has been visit'  ing here Witla Mrs. N. P. Molander-the  past three weeks, left for Bull Bivet-  on Thursday, where he bus gone to  work in the C.P.R. mill.  Mr*, and Mrs. ES. Driffll and Bam  jLutttejchn. who have beers en a fishing  trip at Kuskanook for about two  weeks, got back on Sunday.  A. A. McBean and T. Doratty of  Natal were motor visitors at Kitchener, Tuesday. R. Lidblane of Montreal  wars a Wednesday business caller, by  motor. A> ,B. Morrison of Kimberley  was another business caller the same  day*  Mr. and Mn>, Sims, of London, England, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Klbblis of  Victoria, were other motor callers at'  Kitchener on Wednesday..  ,,  Geo. Huscroft of Avon Park, Florida, and his son. George, of Wynndel,  were renewing acqualntanees on Sat-  uralay at Kitchener.  J. O. Spiers, goneral road foreman,  with Ii. Le&my, also of Creston, were  here on Saturday looking into road  Improvement aittalre,  J. Murdocic atnd M. McDonald of  Yahk were visitors here on Saturday,  milking the trip by auto.  Kitohenen* hud a call from another  Valley oldblaner on Sunday when  Teddy Haislclns of Erickson was shaking hands with friends. He was accompanied lUy Mrs, H.-a skius.  Bain aid Young of Crouton was here  on a bustncBS visit, Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. R. N������ Brereton and  Mr. nam! Mra. R. Andrew nod son,  Bobby, of Nelson, were Sunday motor  callers.  ira, fth������������(������������. Ihrtrl n. r������H nn iftnndH.v  from a hosUof well known roadmakcrs,  the pirrtv inohaiUng' Patrick Piiiltp of  Herb Sparrow is back again from.a  short holiday visit, with his old college  chum, Harry Beeson, at Riondel.  Miss Hazel Hobden. who is at p-^es-  ent a hospital  patient at Vancouver,  is .w-coyei ing nictly from a trio of bp  erations she has utadergode for a nose  ailment, f  The half dozen Lister boys got back  on Saturdoy from the Anglican camp  ���������ixi Masel Cresfe^whesB ���������-���������they' .^ea"*; in  '^chargas^f;^  -   assi'S'ted by Mr. and - Mrs. Ed. Miller of  Kitchener. .f A^ve^-.'e������joy������we-  WSS hod, Sefh.ia^, uik.������uj5, aSu   Sv?������ixiijS-  ing having a place in each day's pro-  giam���������and an owl loose in the sleeping quarters providing the feature  night thrill.  Rev. J. Herdman was here on Sunday morning for United Church 'service and was favored with', a good  turnout.    ...  Col. and Miss Vera Lister got back  on Sunday from almost, a wesk spent  at Kootenay Lake points, with calls at  Nelson and Thrums.  Girls,  Lewis.-  Boys,   over  Fred Burnett.  Married women���������Mrs,  R. Comfort,"  Mrs. Angus Cameron.  Married men���������John Andrew, EJ. SS.  Cartwright.  Wheelbarrow trace���������Roy Panson  and Herbert Dond, George and Arthur  Dodd.-'. :     '-   .. ���������_���������?."���������  ]    Ma arced    3-legged   race���������Bdith Cook  Wheat harvest will  days in  this section.  be on in n few  Fared Powers  has about the best stand in the area,  on the former Ernest Langston place,  on Canyon-Porthlll road.  Robert Burns, who has bocn working on a farm near Nan ton, Alberta,  for some time past, is spending a short  viicatlou at his homo here.  Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wickholm and  family are visiting with 'Spokane  friends this week, making the trip by  auto.  'Mrs. A. Bond and family spent a  few days nt Nelson last week on a  visit with Mr. Bond, who la still busy  on plastering contract work in that  city.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Blair and Miss Eleanor  are also Metson visitors at preseut, un  their usual August yaavcation,  Gordon Vance and W. H. McQueen  were combining buBlneata with pleasure on a trip to ferula t.hla week.  Hmry and Ethel VauAckeran are  spending a few days with friends In  Cranbrook this week.  Canyon citizens generally are interested in tho prospect of Goat River  canyon being developed and can luisairo  at least 75 per cent of tho residents  taking light at the start of the service.  .Mrs. Kolthammer will be one of the  parties In chargo of tho United Church  young pcoplo in camp at Kuskanook  which O|������tm.3o yesterday, {from Canyon will iilw; go Mlaaeu Arlcon Hal*  stoad, Lily C?.oU, SLathlccn Clayton,  and Muriel and Prances Knott.  To take enre of the increased attend*  ance at Canyon school this torm the  ^nd Fred Burnett; Ada Lewis and John  Andrew. - ������������������"���������',".-���������  Three-leg ,������ace, tinder 1&���������Lyda  Christie and  Frances 'Lewis.  Reeths.  'isffli&ti&jl^^ ������������������;,- ~".,.  -Sack race, girls riihdei? 15���������Prances  ^ewss, Lyda jChristse. j'v"f :f-'  Sack arace, boys under: 16���������G-era3e  Philips, Arthur Dodds. *  Sack race, over 16 years���������John  Andrew, Dobie McDonald.  There was an abundance of good  things to eat as welt as a very generous supply of ice cream, of Which latter none went to waste, as the day  was warm throughout.  trustees are installing ten new desks.  Parents who have children to start  school will do well to have them oh  hand on opening day, September 6th.  and thus be sure of them being accommodated promptly.  Jock McRobb, who is in charge of  provinciaV police work at Creston at  present, was successful in recovering  c conple of the watches stolen from the  Wilson fewelery store at Cranbrook a  couple of weeks ago. He got wind of  Boiaac watch soiling at Sirdar, and succeeded in recovering the timepieces  but his arrival in the "terminal city  was too late to take tholsellera, who  had moved on west previous to hlfl  arrival.  6RANDTHEATRE  Fri. & Sat., Aug.  26-27  mm..      Jgg^jL^m^mt^K^mXmy  | J^^^^^^^r^*m\t^r^mm%     M^^     ^R^|  ttlmam  hmtimmmmmiimiwm  wmwmm*mmm*wmmi!wmmmw������m 5ww5555S!5S������l  lasasB  saa  sgwimjgj.nwaii������swMB>j5Mnw!  mmm mamommmmmm*  tmmtm  *F  rpTTTP  ���������DTPTTTPTiT  -S.4.-.SJJ V.-iX-J VV j  vrr������"nic������rnrwT  *������>-.  Childhood's Lessons  ote life  ft, a**  Teach  your  children  to  use  Cuticaajraf|?Soap  dsily? to keep the" skin clcr.r.   Sootiic sn^ heal  rashes,  eczemas-fjahd  other   irritation*si-with  Cuticura  Ointment.    Staampoo with Cuticura.  Soap to k^ep the   scalp   in   a   healthy,   hair-  growing condition.  SamDle Each Fires by Mill.    Address-Canadian pnnnt;    "Bt.n.  fcoute, Ltd., Montreal."   Price, SoapSSc. Ointment 25 and 50c  Talcum 25c. ..... ,......���������  Cuticura Shaving; SticSc 25c.  axotmng V,an Otop Us,  Unique Device Patented  Rollers  Will  ������t K2!Sroad Crossing  Prevent 'Accidents ���������  As a .naeahs jq*t"_/i>re\cnting automobile tacc.^bai.0' at'|jraihoad crossings,  an OUio; :^nv^Woa|i||3aas put orated a  -rolle^yde^ce'%hic^r has jaroved effective aautlea- tests, ways Pumaku  Mechanics 'Magazine. There aa*e two  sets- of -rollers; y e������aeta ; eighteen.J ���������: loot  ioug. installed in ih-- iaa'gliwuy uoiir  Iho? rail'���������approacKf'They rovolve onl>*  one way;.- ���������-aud^.^h'eaa; ��������� the Automobile.  strikes tlatxaia, as a train is anprimcla-  ing,. they, turn,, keeping Use .,car. ?.a*o.Tu  going forwua-d. . WMseti tlae. train  passes, a switch ...locks the rollers, so  tlaat tin; auto  can proeeed-  .Cauuda has been hoiioa-cd in this year- of its Diamond Jaahihie by aaiothoi-  vi.sat froaia tlae Prince ot" Wales. Oaa this occasion, lao-\vev���������iy he Is accompanied  hy his brother, Prince George, and by tlae Itight Honorable Stanley Baldwin,  prime Minister of .Ureal Britain.. 1  The signiticatneo oa* this visdi   will noa he lost tapon the people' of Canada, '  noa-. in fact, upon the British Empire aa a -whole,    ft'he ease with which the I  i  ii^ople   ot"   Canada  ami   tlae   l>iiti->h   1 slaty caai   exchange   visits. nowadays, .'s '  resulting, in" a naoa*e intimate  knowledge  of each  other.and* as developing a  eoinajaunity of interest qaaito lacking not bo .matay years agoVs\Tow-it is alanost j   '     Praised By a 'Quebec Lady  !(������������������ *'- *t for the people ol" Canada and Britain io visit each other as it is for I     Mrs.   David I.bgau,   Tiu-U'oa-d. Mines  Canadians iu    tiae   tlae    Maritime    Provinces    to    visit    their    re-How    citizens i West.  Qaae:.  gives  unstinted  praise  to  in British-Columbia. f?:: . ji>r. Williams' I������infc Palls for the good  ST MEDICINE  f.'sss^  T'mfar'ari   ���������!���������������������''���������*  ]Br. Williams*  Pink Pills Highly  .   .       ,        ,   . , . - -    . , ,  ���������-    --.*ve   mOTU-i   xix   iier   iataany.    Atrs.*1  ihe fact is thus beans anaue Known  to uio -wo rata ttaat CtCaaada occupaos [ Jjogtirt savs:���������"1  havo >>een a aaser of  si strategic posiaion ia the British Coatitndtiweaitia'of N'ations. Its geoga-aphicui j Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   for   many  location   an   the   Kan pi re,   constituting   at    the   aaaaiai   highway   between   tiae < yoai'S. as occasion required, aaid have  Occident arid the Orieaat. must  inevitably result ir. this Dotiaaauon being the  real centre of the J'lnplre iai the not so very distant future. And the development   of trams-oceanic  travel by air will   only   serve  to  emphasize   Canada's  important   place   in   the   Rmpire.  Thus, for the farsr. time iai history, a Prime ��������� Minister .of-Groat Britain  is able during has tenure of oflice ao leave JBritaiat and make an ofUcial visit  to one of the overseas DonamaoiaS. lie could iaot possibly spare the time to  -*��������� ty-it any of tho other Doatainions.     It is an epoch marking event.  Plan Scottish Dictionary  Ambitious  Project To  Be Carried Out  3r������   New   York  Under direction     of    the     Scottish  Dialects   Committee   a ttetv     Scottish  dictionary- is  to   be   issued.       It   will  consist  of  frona   teaa   to   fifteen  parts,  each  part-being issued ass it is completed.     While  the   project  might   be  ! work.   Again ...Th*.   Williams'  Pink Pills j self-supporting should there he a. suf-  were resorted to and, she was soon a*e- j ficient.   numbet-   of" subsctibers.     tho  railways fouaad them a most, reliable  .aatetlichie. ^ly husband, who avus .re-  \ covering from an attack ot typhoid  [ fOA--e.r. aud was in a very weak condd-  [ tion. took tlae pills, and through tlaem  I gained health and strength. My  ! daughter was an st run-down condi-  tioat.   arad  avus   forcetl   lo   discontinue-  Wew High Speed Ships  VVii'l Cross Atlaniic  Frcm Germany  In ]  rour- and   a   Haif  Days  Vincent As tor.,,. recently    'i*eturaj^tt-^ff.  froaai hjurope, br ing:s;,pews Of .-inter eat- ':\M*  ing.    }ii|ghspeed    trpnsatlaavtic f tray^liff  devf-loned in GcrrnaViy. k^-,,  Within  a  shoj-t tiane  Gerraan  ships  avill ''-'cross   iaa "font* "and "'It"'half  daiys.  TJa'e -Oost! of such  high  speed' will be  great  even   with   modern.  Diesel   en-  gliies, "faaol coiisiariipiion going up!  many tlJiaorf faster thaii 'at Chip's '  speed*��������� '   ''"'?' '������������������'.' :',f?:? '"���������-���������  But   two   of   the    high-speed   ships'  will  make   as   aruaiiy. la-ip?s  acVofes"ihe',  ocoaai   its' three''1 of their fastest  competitors* could taaal-e.    That \vill anake  U|V   foa-    speed    cost, saylaag    s">0    per  ceail:.  in   .ships  and   crews.       And   tlie  shoat   trip  will''.'draw   the    host  ing    customers,     including    the  rich,  to  whom it does aabi .make any  difference    hoiv    slowly      they  They  thi nk  t hey are iai. a  hurry  very  busy,     and    willingly'   pay  speed.  Will StiM many times ittore ilies  for ' the tii&n ey* ������������������;t!;as^';;lil,^ '-t>tKer;  fly kil������er��������� J$s$h j)adL^iIjf; kill^flief:  all da^'-^CTy^'^^^^rHhree  yy&ejfS^i .������������ .all Qrpeei^ Druggists ?2mdf C������enera.!3t������>res -~- ;  10c and 25 c per package.  SAIiKSMAN*   WAKTlara.; to :  tcsstod   ������tonti   ol  .'.!<;Vi.tiacta  -N u rsc I'ics"    (IQstatS'Hshed  Iijiy-'"! New and special lines,- Including., va.rlQtioa.  ���������������������������������������������;-.; I recomnaendwl   hy    the"  "WtJSterh'.-'.l'Jxport-  "klio ��������� monta'. : Stp-tioris.     *li^fbs������5t-    eprjiriiissionSi .  sell    hai-dy  a'n   Crrcatost  l>(f years).  go.;  aud  for  li. as appaaena altar. Mr. Baldwin, himself, is coguizaaat of what the future  lias in store. In aat address before the Mouireal Canadian Club shortly after  iiis arrival in this IXv-niaaum, Ma-. 1'iald.wm spoke in such optimistic terms of  t.'anada's future possibilities and greatness that, voiced by a. native Canadian,  woaald have left ahe latter open to possible ridicule and criticism as being  bombastic.  Mr. Baldwin sees tao limit to the greatness of Canada's future. "Nothing  caai stop you." he declared. Canada, he vent on io say. must progress witla  tiu- world's progress with the result ihat some day -"fcaoadu may be the  greatest natioat in the  world."  j>ixiy years of Confederation have prov eta to Canadians and to the world  wliai can be accomplished, and have established the tanLold possibilities ;ot  the fajtaaiuum in all those qualities and resources which go to aiaake. a .nation  great. Aatother sixty years may easily see Canada with, a larger population  than the Uriiash Isles, with manufacturing being carried ou with a magaaitude  as yet only dreamed of, and surpassing in output the great industries, of tite  Old l^and., while at the same time supplying in much groat er-degree, than  today ahe food requirements of the world.  Canada is only now getting into its stride. It is just on ij?s feet? and on  the eve of a development and expansion in all tlae major activities of the  world which will establish a new world's record, in national growth.  Canadian foundations have been well and ta*uly laid. They arc strong  enough upon which lo erect a magnifaceru smaettare, and it onl3'. remains 1'oa*  the Canadian people to realize its possibilities and devote themselves .with  pairioiie devotion and. untiring energy to. tho iai spa ring task hefore them.    ,  The days of pessimisaat are past. There never was any real cause for  ���������Ui*'.*.ij. but this .lubilee year has, there as reason to believe, finally convinced  the people of the Dominion of this fact. There has been a great awakening  of our people, and a aaew national spirit, has been evoked, a aiow coaifidence  born, and ji pa;ade ami courage developed which iat a comparatively few years  will   work  a veritable revolaation 1n  the growth  of this Dominion.  Canadians will do well fo keep ever in mind the slogan of the National  Diamond Jubilee. CoavitTailfe'6 "Canada Our Country," and to accept as tbelr  watchword the words given to t.hetrt by Premier TJaldwiai, "Nothing Can Stop  i's." in auaking Canada groat and prosperous they wall be. rendering the.  IInest, possible service lo fhe l-htaph-e as a whole and confer benefits aapon tiae  world at large, becaaase. above all things, the OanatHans aa*o a hoane loving,  peace loving people. They have the traae conception of the new Interaaation-  a I as-u which belu-ves in the advancement of all peoples as tho true policy of a.  ber tor world. '  i stored  to excellent health.    Then  my | committee   is   being  aided   financially  i eldest bov had tin operation perforata-   .      .,      ... .    _ '     , .  . ..  ed  for adenoids,  which  left   him in a j by tlle ^rnegfc  Iraistt-*nd as sendisg  weakeaied   coaiditaoia.   Once   more   Dr. j appeals to Scots at heme and* abroad,-  Williams' 'Pink;'Pills .were tried.,  and j and also to Burns  Clubs,  St. Andrew  he  was   soon   iaa   excelleait  health.   So '  I caaa ta*aily say-that more than satisfaction has lieeai obtainei', by the atse  o.C this aaaedLcinOc. The pills have.done  tatore good ita nay home ahari hundreds  of dollars worth of titore expensive  medicinos.**  3?)r. Williams' .Pink Pills assist  digestion, coa-rect the lassitude, the  palpitation .bat the heart, shaky aierves  and the pallor of the face and. lips  that are the results of than,-impure  blood. *       -  You can get these Palls fa*oan any  medicine- dealer, or by mail at 50  cejits si box from The Dr. W'iUinrtts'  Medicine   Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  Societies aaad Scottish County Associations. Representatives will be sent  to Ireland, New Zealatid and other  countries to gather material. In seeking iaiforaanvtion a questionnaire  brought 15,000 replies from the distinct of Edinburgh., alone.���������New York  Morning: Telegs*aph.  Saskatchewan Cow Makes Record  il. V.. Day, Mectetavy Dona ha ion  Short lioni Breeders Association,  C.ur-lph, Oaat., reports that Darlington  Mablr- (2I.I-IOS0) ;i cow owaaed by F. S.  Cooper, Gravelbourg, Saslc, has just  i-uinpleled a T.Oo-day record of rj,G.17  lbs. of anilU and 210 lbs. of bultor-fat.  Dailies   of  other   people  chitibVv   clear  lo  ais.  Alberta Coal  For B.C.  Mr. ufiorgf E' Pratt, fu^qaagineer  for tlao Alberta Coveraianoaai, reports  tlaat there are strong possibilities of  establishing ������. satisfactory market  foi* Alberta coal on the Pacific ,coast  due. lo some extent,, to the creatlota  of  bunkering  facilities  at   Vaaacoaaver.  ire  always        If  a  .atiaaa   is   too  hwy   to  think   for  | himself he  should  get taanrrled.  j\f OTTTF.R:- Fletcher's  Castoria is especially prepared  Id relieve Infants in arans and  Children all ages of Constipation, Flatulency, Wiaad Colic  nnd Diarrlien ; allayinpf Fcvcrishuess ansing 1 herefrom, and, hy  rc^ulntinpf the Stomaidi and Bowels, aids the assimilation ������r������f  jrood ; fpviti^ healthy and iiaCural" sleep.  ^*y@r f <*mmmmmtm*mm*i'm>,m#m%*  Tu uviAtl imitfitioiiH, always lool- for llii* siiMiuturc otT    C&j*^/Tr/&J!rX*AA  Afisf.liurly TlarmlffMH-No Ciiiiatfs.    J*lay&iicUta!������ everywhere recotaaaucutl alu  An Qvercrowded,X������isivtry  Population  Of  England  Is 700 To the  Square  Mile  It. must be confessed that we dwell  iaa     an    over-crowded    country.     The  population ' of     England,   apart   from  Wales    aud    Scotland,    is. more than  700   lo the  square utile. :We; are   four  tfoaes as crowded, as liadia and  nearly three limes ats congested as China,  we aa*e twice as ca*o\vdcd as Germany  or   Italy,   and   nearly   foaar   tiataes   as  France.   Nevertheless,  since  1910.  we  have  built  soaue   800,000  houses  at a  capital cost  to the public- purse estimated lo   be    about      ������117,000,000 ���������  aatd   still   State   subsidies   are   being  given   towards   taatecouo'ivaic     housing  schoaaaos,  which   fill  our   subtai'bs   aaad  encotarage   builders     io     erect     ugly  villas along oair coaanfry roads.-���������1">, S.  Townroe  Kd-inburgh Hcvlow.  Movies Filmed In Rockies  Spectacular Stunts Of Aviation Over  Lake Louise  Tlie most spectacular' oveial "ever  attempted in the Canadaatn Rockies  aaad one which attracted every guest  to tlao front lawn of the 'Chatoau T.ake  T.oitiso, Avas saaccesslully eari'led out  hy two Ciiutulians. ex-Royal Air  Force offceas, W. II. WillhimH and TO.  '(', Uigelow, who for hsilf an- hour por-  foraned a number of n>Taag sluaaU, over  l?.ako l.oaalHo taiul tlu.v Chaitoata. /dooming down on tlao isiko aiad. dropping  from tiae machine In ajmic-luato*-*, were  Ihe font aa res of the exhibition which  was I'luged by the Po's Flhai Company  Ija e.oaiaaoctioai with tlaeir film, "Pyjia*  nan," This picture, which stars Olive  Boa-deai and is directed., by Jaek Illy  idoiao,  is  aiow   being  made in Alberta.  Encourage   Vegetarian   Weddings  "Vegetarian wauhllaags tiro heln'M  uaico'iifaged by the Freaach fcSoclel> oi  Vogetiirlans, Thoy have pi*ganl',',od ji  seaaoB of l'aaaatstioaan. where young lovers of vegetables ' can tilurt their  coui-tuhips. Opposite.-, aaaay be attract-  ed to i>a������*li other say rapine of the  leaders of thlw laaovonaoiit, hut tho  illinaor table is likely to become n  battle ground. IT thea-i) bo too givat^  a dirftu-eiace In  liuden.  For  corns  and   bunions   u������e   Mlnard'a  Liniment.  Alberta Cattle Breeder Sells Herd  Allan U. CHllics, breeder of Ayr-  shires and Yorkshires, Clover Tiaa*,  Albei'ta, has sold his entire herd of 63  head of pure bred Ayrshires to par.-  tles in Seattle, Wash., U.S. It" is am-  arsual for whole herds .to be sold ^t  one stroke. The sale apparently iiv  dicates that the tle.mand.for Westea-n  Canada live stock is steadily inereas1  jug-  exolusivo  territory,  l^at\dsoan������>  fa-cc oatllt.  Start how.   Sfolic <fe 'WelfiriiertoiV, Toronto,*  Ontario. : .-���������������������������.--:��������� ,-:���������    .'.?" .<  Leaves For Hudson's Bay  British Engineering Expert Is Accompanied By Official. Party  Frederick Painter. > British engiia^  eea*ing experts who 4ias been? retained  by the Doauiaaioia govea*nment to re-  poa*t ttpoat the Hudson; Bay harbor-  development, at--Port'Nelson and Fort  Churchill, arrived in Ottawa. July 27  from Engl and. accompanied by E. J.  Buck ton. pro3aiiitent engineer of I.oa-  "don. England, and left at once for  Hudson; B.av with iije olhcial paa'ty,  which includes Hon. Charles. A. Dunning, niiaiister of the department of  railways and canals, and Major (lt*a*  ham Bell, the deputy minister.  The Terror of Asthma comes lake a  thief iai ''the night with its dreadful  throttling, robbing its victim of  breath. It seems beyond the power  ol" human aid to relieve until one trial  is naade of thaat remarkable prepaa*a-  lion, Dr. J. 1^. Kellogg's Asthmtt  Iteanedy. Then relief comes with a  rushVJLife beeomes worth living, and.  if the -'remedy be used persistently,  the disease is put permanently to  rout. Take no substitute.  ^Coal Production Increasing  liatest  ofiicisil    figures     show    that  coal production  in. both Alberta   aiad  Saskatchewan is increasing.  Mirard's Ltoiment for burns.  Perhaps a'widow finds it easy to  get married "because slae doesn't expect perfection iii a man.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for.  (Colds Headache Neuritis ."Lumbago. .'  Pain Neuralgia        Toothache      Rheumatism  I  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  S<*f<  Accept   only   "Bayer"   package  whiph:contains proven directions.  ITnndy   "Ilayer"   hoxca   of   12   ttiblcta  AIbo "bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggists.  Amilrlia  In tla<������ trnrtft  mark   (reglntoreil In  Canndi')'  "C W*y<-r Minaiifuntu**, ct M(>nonw>tt*s  ncldwHtrr or Smlleyiaonnia  (Aoctjl  Hnlleyllc Aclil,: "A,; B. A.").    Wlitto  It Ih ,well, known  that Ar-iiltln meniira Ilayor mniHif������ctim<. to ������������HlHt-tlief piibllc aKBlHHL Iraltntlonn, tliesTnbletS'  vt Meyer Coatipanr win bo. vtncu^cil viUh  tbelr ^ijtcal.ytcailo saar!;, tbp. "liiyuft ,Q(v>i|������.'*  ii   ���������in-; ������"w-lwiiMi..''iw ���������>  wi ii !��������� i \mmm,m>mvmm,mmmmmmm^m^mm.mm^ilmmmimm.mmmm ���������������������������ww^wwi^iw' inWmww������r*WP"������'"������i|^'****'>''iM'W'^***���������������'i"**-1     J,n^mmmm*<mm'*immiJmf0fmummmmmimm,������  tr  ~^t  W.  N?  11.     WiVJ  AtL'BOUND   BETTER   THRESHING   WITH   THE  WATERLOO   Steel   "CHAMPION"  "TIm'mi: f i>j* t ii |M������M ol* i!i������s~"VVhU������i*U>i> Wt/'^l "i ;|������rmi|'l������������n" firl^'n V'ti ������. llfiillmn of roliivdlr  mtr\i������'i\ Vour ihrcnlaliiK will l������n i|til<'l(.iu,> ������*������������>.i������.T nnd l.flt.titr: tlti*uuK������'.*H. l'riiiiM'  aiiadn in any tliiofilinr, Ilyal.l roJI.ir J>������>nilnr,a'. ������Vl������������ii������i<* 1nl������i*U:ntloii sysioin,  InilH-fU'rtd ivnMHiru������:������t<m In uvinry pn.it rrolu l*<:i!tlnr to Uknvci*. Tins Wnlorlnu KIim-I  "������.'lmni|������lon" In aJii.iiuda'rt fliH'ot ti.nd HtronirnMl. tlirowt.ftr.  Wmvoii Ht-/������.'fi:    MxW,    tMxitil;    S-lxta;     asx-tK;,    :i:txnaj    MxW,    -lOxlia.  Din  fc������e  llluatrAted ciitntoa an  retniieat  WATERLOO       HEIDEH       nnd        CAQLE  fRACTona   ������**������   iujvv' ������.i    uiuiia   WwK  Efficiently    jind    Economlcolly  I WEDUItT   MACHINES   AT '  La R CATUy   R15 PIItC ED   PHICES  THE WATERLOO MANUFACTURING   CO.,  LIMITED  Oldawt Tlirehlnar  Mnrttittactimtr*  In  Cnn.-������dH  CUWTAOfc     I.A     HhCAIHIU flEQIIMA SASKATOON CALOARY  =y *.-**.fi-*,i~<*irt^t*.f\\iJ'S.-n~*>--it. '���������  ^y*         __    ���������      '''-*>���������'_    _     ' ��������� -., ;      ' ��������� .".. .*���������?__���������?.���������        . ���������        ' ���������  . ��������� frSMfirfaa*,'' CfVaPiT ������SK t*t**v'-.. ��������� ���������  ���������^.sa^ir. ������a������;y.;  SSryrs:  .#   '  .*������,������������������;  -/^'  ��������� f.rr. e '  f;@gg$gllfel^^ y  t a*, .-.v ������������������������;<���������* ,*. w -a ���������  B?S.?V������ V-:.  Lai .������*_ *������*. ,s?S, -*������������������  ?������5  ���������??^������^:iijFipa������aiW  Si"?.' fcS 1W'-SfS-:B^s**?33fcS|fe.'f3j  m���������*V4 imw^WW^WMWW,.  &3SJV ��������� "���������"...>'"' '���������*'    ' ?>  Hf Ottawa.���������   Canada's   crops   are   in  Mood   condition.   A   report   issued.? by  x *fe>.  'A     ,|t      '���������' .   ^1      ,.-  ���������     ��������������������������� '   /S]    i    ?  ouiiry A/OBsipSis mioses  fflALUIHir tifc  i&on  s  f|iiice- is. favorable, w^^.    f <*j- p #>  L'oilowjng i^ ttie"'i'-eporf .titCSed*  touch ingSrribute to the reading";pi*esi-  dent, Edway^..���������ji3a^jYi^...pf. England, the  third ""'"        ^-^^..^-  -Malcolm  Geddes,  OK  -Mirk     '"TtM"- -'���������"'������������������ '-   ���������'"'^-J-    '   *. -n"a-������* --; ������������������^-t*tlr.     -j-.-.   ._.,    v''"r������.   .  *��������� ������*r;.*      _      ^��������� ."i^'  m*ia littill    a  2L*:������j2. SiV a..-.?.; ^SaLsAS vlaia^  Ibb������������s'������j'i'������b!m '  !BEaa4?aCa-u  f$St-si  tHae.^****)'  lata v c   vuuaw cu,   n ������i  'y-' ; ,y Vy?'?   '/'Ali VT*iiri.e. y,I'll,. 1.1  ..'i-"'.'.  '"  'St^Ma*ol]p.~^y^a  series  of,   unre-^  -||k' stfic^ed * treaties1 of Vconbiliation   ands  's������ 'i. affihf iTWf.iirirf'��������� ?:W#r^3tt.i������������i?  V-jjI^psidV '*-' ?*tM*6Ti'  y'loutla^fedj'���������>; betweeiaJ^^ Swedea- and'iters  arpin  The  Individual  provinces.  Manitoba: ���������- July favorable. Abun^.  ^tantv atSoi������gi^^lig||^ |^atl^.#a|nage.,  ^heatc^iullitjS ^>t fee|f^als||n;tlP' late  e ^  --,- j^e|f^als|an|lt' late  .uguli|isM^<&;islaWlf ���������#n^ras^EfEi^:ures  ffuxuriant.  croiJ  ���������--ureaCito  Heaivy   hay  ypaatural aaieadpj*i*sl4'9s?*-<X  -0rous  straw ^ro^th.^foirfise ' of'"'  flcast   average   ga*ain   yield   if  low  but  cutS  "'*  ; "atf  every-  l^iafc glaelerf&d once Mr.  Ged?  ^HQttOrSy^ 'dega-tee >n^Bt^6n ^^^^^^^.^^^.^ Jt was jrapc>ssi������  by  McGill 'University.  Montreal, at ������ jible  to  check his  flight.   First"He waf  special  convocation.    - I brown,   then  his  ice   pick   Avas  totl  aaad *-*  lap  Inch  Hfer VfixcelletLey1   pairtiBtalariy ^JSncies,  :aS',an .putcQme otVthe..,coragress. ^,,  f:  >.,  >.if(Jt]t&%^%^.ente|ia^*j*;^ aaia|^|V'be^  proceeds   favorably  3s not  3P-  i*������'  % Saskatchewan: ��������� Favorable j-weafcltc  the proving. .^^'a;S.^Ja^*i^'^h*ajS.j i  strong    growth     of    all  tlthought 4ater  ������?sr oYe������-  Iffesulted   in  |j|rains.  Wheat,  year  2&  than  is reported in healthy con-  getterally   even   stand.  ||ast  ^lation  with  a  glided by .tlae hot weathga^f Ute^p^t.  ���������^sveeki^otdl VtWi, per    efart^*' l^y^fiQ-wr  ^aeaded^,. .jCjjit^ ;i, f.Goarse ^amirtSi^ a������������:������^feo  0n   gocd>V^ertadkii6n  >vitW^loM������--*'cpiril-ns^  Itlatto head. Sli-ght traces of rust bave  'iapt)^r<^';,;:ftr^i^^  parts of. the province, being..most; no-*  ticeable "-'along the line froaai "V'erwodd  fjto Vibank. Hail caused damage to  JsmaH areas at - scattered points  Hbroughout  the rtortli and nortlwest-  f^na   parts  of  tlae    ^pcovinpe.   ..^.^y-eje  plamage was?s-*a������tajnec| astt| result^ffa  ^torm origius^ittg^\leit-bf; Swift  Ca������i^.  flrent, which travelled iai a south east-,.  Uprly diroction and cauged. seripui -fla->  ^ury in the Yanguard^KiaScaid Snfl Jku<  i^Flecho   disttvcts.   Sunamer-fallowing is  ���������^ -..-. , .  Mahout   90   p-ir   cent;?-cohipiet���������u?ry^'as?  gtures   are   i/i   good   condition   Avith   a  ^splendid supply  of moisture.  f|   Alberta:  ^1 encouraging. Wheatj 'and^barley. all?  ftjaa head. Oats 75 petlc^tjjbgaxiieai Alt  grains filling well. Rye harvest, start-  Pastures rank and hay crop beinjs  Hail dajwage--in a-estrictedi areas..  l^'a'ospecM ffo'r.." good ���������ialcreaSe in yield  ������aver 1926. Crop conditions?in southern Alberta encouraging-' -except -rfor  fptianger of frost before lato fields  ||-lDen. yy,|     }ii:.^  %Si 33riaish Columbia;-���������All crop's ripen-  Stug fast. Harvesting rye well ad-  ^yaraced. Wheat cutting coananeaicing.  I^Will be general in week's -tiane.  ||Cereal yields will be well above ?avea*-  ?||age. . Potatoes and roots promisitag.  |^]Barly estimates of SO per cent, apple  *|fca*op still holds good with, prospects  ffof a slight,iaacrease wheat laaryestiaag  ||.<ro,nipl^t*ed^ i    s. i    "i y .  .-������������������ y - ; ?./'    ��������������������������� - ��������� ..  ������ __������?__   ���������  M  taken to* Etig-land ia *l-930^enf;bloc, to  t jfl^ ������&%& .^a!ieyf|ti!JtM^eo rl^|^e>u 1-  try conga*ess to be held an London.  United. States poultry men are dis-  ,������cUs^ingl^charterirag,.., four -oekaa Jiners  ���������to  carry tiTerti jtaid" tTi'eiriiexhibits   t6s  the next "world's   pouit'ry  congress  in  Loudo'n.    . .    ^ ..  Pfesident Ernest Brown read messages fa*oxn crowned heads of Europe  fandj?c^^^^^*^isdy*tp^y personagg^  ^������^^ra^^ng^t*la^ t^ia^ress uponj������p%  gpj^taiajdiaj|; succ^ss"V|Liic'?Gtta^\^i������ igylV'f  ...hftig'e' ��������� ,aiM.y,,liltri<S ia;&-Ii3eIt^cf'a anil  ice far below. ".   .    ^     ? 'j|  r^frr|fted,de^^as^epn4'R a prifj;;  i^ate yp&i'ti*������aiid |a^g������i4de had rtot bee^  taken 'along.   He-led   lais   frieuds   t^?  nioij n i-  i^eivoy peaK,  a  friends  teat  that  d^iacated-the alt;  Edokf 6t Remembrance  -      .. 'ftp  not  tiitlicaalt-  for   him in   the  light  off  his   experience_in; cliaiabing  this   pat^  ^'t|bular^a'b^r|*t-aiit^4tnd it  was  on  th||  downwardT journey   that   the   traged||  occurred.     The    expedition    had     n$|  connection   Avitlr the   Alpine   Club   pi|  Canada:   * |������  ' - Mr.   Gecldes   was   one   of   Calgary f0,  best kn0^|busines#5fine?o.. ^'J&o. wap?  .editor ^^li^vice-pr^siffentv^oi  ���������- tli^;  VlraratVayaaM?^kaich   ' R^iew^iantt    wa^  paesadent of United Oils, Lirnfted.     M  -Crop  cpri^l^Ji^ jbfi "^ml!^  ���������|t������d.  :S������Ut.  Canadian     Rockies     Great     Drawing  ^^y^::i:;;y q^; ji^?!; s^y ^f S4Ra i 1 wairfi-O ff i oi a I    .   -  Winnipeg.���������That tourist travel this  season was iu excess of previous  years, and that visitors were coming  ipf'Canacla fro.ua ^all part's of the world,  v^jts|#a|ect' heret;by .������.|Et U^S%,^genp  i������5">Vt   rioccpir^'ri'fi.!'   fyiifV.f   ������������ih*"<PirP>*   r������!''-itip  (Canadian Pacifiei, Ilailway. *  f p������Ir. UsSlies, ywlt<^f|ia3?dust cJ������iXpleteid?  a' tour of ms^gctiioti^ot-the do-hapany's*  Xautous suiaanier .resorts fat Banff and  Lake 'liOiiise,   said   tliat   thoa*e*' iieople  were   visiting   the v Canadian   Rockies  thaR^ever befpre, and that ^indications  ^abiutfed^to Wj^teiidiiy itfcreasing ti-atlBic  j;i*jp*at?y.ear.tp...ye*3ta*.i    y?>-   %.,..   ..���������.?.,.,.....  J'Ml. Usshea? was^ ^optimistic?witit?J*o-  gard   to   conditions     throughout     the  country  and was of  the  opinion  that  business" on; the Pacific rxjoajsitr. and:,pat  Noii-Sioo Flkht Fails  British   Aviator   On   Secret-Triffj - To  India Crashes jg  London.���������The  British   air  tninistr|������  aaanounced that an attempt of a Roy������&|  Air^ FSiree  machia*r^?itp|tnake  a ixoai^  "stpp^ fiigiit   tcPf&iii^ ended  when   tla|i}  'istane-fell into the Danube River, ir^;  KJigf- ctmi*se,''?said ?tftfe ^Premier,: *'if'  one of the parties breaks the edii-  tlraGt,' wEtrf -majT i-j������eak*'oaaa:f yjtist    a he  s^mer;but^it?'Wifl ^t be-Uegal.'?-    ?':V :':?  ,ta"We -yhaye ?ak*^*ed sfwit li ? these \ feQUE^  teles iftlaatCjai^fdisiit^tes^ no? anatter. Ivpw  serious, are to., .be......arrauged    peace-?  fully.  The methods of procedure differ sliglitlyfineachVcase, but^  f^'lii^sa&Tie^^lia^'we* can not" settie  bys dit*e^tyttegotiatiO������s  or* by arbitration -will be;?decided j by ythe? Interna-.  tiojial, ,C,0Ui*l;,,..;��������� of ?. Justice.   ��������� at  ..Tiit;.  Ilagaae/',,r   ..:;..   }���������-������������������������������������-, ..'.' .'���������'.,   '������������������.-?  ������������������" Tr*ia6*"states* w-tthywhich? Sweden lias  spleatinly"'-pleiSged ^itiself ��������� to   i-ule   oait  wai^as?va.33t������ans-y?Wf- Settling*-disputes^  aa:ie Dyenmaa-k^fFinlandv ^"OJdr^ay,. ?Bel';  giajjn,,.pQland,V;Austriayj and...?. Czecbq-  Slovakia.   ....The.-.;   other    Scandiaiaviau  states liave also made  sianilar "teriris  with each other.  At present, negotiations aire pending betweeia Eweden and France for  {i'-sitnilar agreeineittf'Theiitfctual eon-  ferehee, was to have started in June,  bUfe;.owing to:the.,parliaa-aentary- s|tu-.  ation in .France, it fjvas postponed till  next January. ,  Austria.  ;|,fel^aatcfi^l^ni- Vienna -reported  Uiatrtlife^plSnefell at SOmerberg nea||  Xiussj, the ,cr������^sh^���������being believed to 1>^  catusetl by the over healing of tlift  motors. - - '     ��������� ;||'  ....   Fligb-t Lieuttenant   C.  R.   Carr   aa^  ^lyin-^Voffife^ %m '-    - ���������"- "^  p������; whom,, it| was  ���������J r| vsg+iif! eayt  stated,  |iiurt^Weref taken    to    Ashacb,    near  11-aaiz.  y������y?V? ? ^'tbdravvra-l-s Repjirt  : -fiSTe^v Yorlt,---Tia;e;:?N*ew? ^blk Herald  T.ribune says,that an appeaL^to .John  jD.- 1RpekefelLei*, Jr., actiye?head of ythfe  far fflung!Standard ^OilW. empire, to  -withdraw,. ifroni .any Itiia'a-Ci5>-1*: &e<*-Is  >iritli tlieySoviet Goyei*nmeait lias; beea������  G. Dearth, 3*aeithe^ j ;iaia4p:by Sir Henris Deterding, rnanag-  "J was bad% j ing?pirectorVof tite; .Royal fDutchr Shell  ������il? garoup, nC\ Great,:, Britain; -The ap-  -*^-|^������?������C *^ -S :SS4^ '������<������ bh g^  ? ���������:*���������. ^'i^^0%:mikmmmBmM :'  :    Ottawa.���������Within  the   sanctuary    oi'  iUoj,^^^To^^.^}he 3^inc%pf"Wales. '  rywhei'e ���������.will Jie Jyhty  tpthe "60^000  yC^adnUis "wlio died in lliciVwai*: Thea*e:V-"  Jai^-'th^ineindr-ia;ii;''chamb^| ���������f.sta.nclj^^? .  ;oaiysijt^^?vfrcBnd ���������the^Vhataaeiield.s.> '^jgj}  France aa^j^Jaat-dersi,y^tjije--,J?j.'ince ..ii������u.\..:.  -gatUie^ed |_j^out,,...iiian_. .naen..,:..., ���������whose.  ^aaana^^lgce ^?lmo wn .''Viii-V Cauoacia'.; tbi--oatgh  jsfifGJr^hVo^  ;iittd-''..^^y^*WillmgU^  ?s:ide^witli fprinci3.y;(3eorge-; ?^wit]i 'f:������tbie?  ^impy^in.i^te|j pf^G;reat, :^rit*ain?:fand,-  iMrSj;, Raipwiit,^Thei.apoQt;pisp .delegate.  stood .close by the .moderator o"lV the  PiyeSb'yteri^ -feliurclK "ahrf tlie ^PVpsi-":.  .FfeanieV-^flvirajg^ip ���������?ayifew"' '^wordsiVinV  ;yiti*!d;VHis RpyfaL Ilighnessstpi dedicate  tUpj. aUaa.%.,...,-He,  ts-ppkd v,p:C,, .."Wlaat.....it:  mea*ot,-..Jipw^ a gifj ft-bna'  flie^ mother country of G?reat Brttaiiif  tVf'^libwVf\?-heia thefbptolc;: Of' 'tfeaiiem^  bratace was finall3*>: deptfeit^d, it would;  contain.?the^naanes of sixty thousand  Canavuiaat,dead, -;,,-   -,;,-!;;..������i-.     a-i     . --V  The Priaice  advanced.  "In the naane of the people of Can-  a<Ja'5'Viie;'s'ald^-,4i"set aiiart tlie^ altar of  this cliaxnber' to receive? and hold forever? the Book of Remfeinbrance to tlie;  gipa-y;pf a?Upse,rWjip,se,������-nanales .ar^.-u-rit-  tptijtlaorpin that they anay -live foa* all  generations." V  He raised the Union J'a'ck" athd  turned it. back. And,, as he turned it,  revealing a book on cloth of red and  white aiad goldv1' affsk&ft? bfVsuniigha:  s treaaaaed through t he *wiri<io wsV a nd  w.oi'u.3 ,-y.4iasci*x.oovL,r,.OiJi r.tli'p-.^aiiaar ,,wp3*vs  clear, aaid. distinct:.?. :.?, -f ?  ���������;.f'_V*My anarks and scai-s I carry' with"  .me   to   witaiess "'For  me" tliat'"'"I*   have  Elie  prairies  was   such    as    to  cause? foi- general sa;tifcfaction.,  gave  Naval Conference  Delegates  ract  ������^tan  on    the  ���������'**���������'  '*'���������    V'A ^D^IhSuishetf; Visitor  Lottdon.  lOfficial Visit Will  t  Terminate At Calgary  ans  .^to spend live days bit his ranch iii the  ^foothills of tlae rockies atnd theai to  Hvisit  Vstitcouver  aitad  Victoria  before  '"'ToHa*ning'li������iti^  'vlac'���������'Wl^i''sll���������^^Tbr'''l2llRltth'd'���������'fro^^'���������'Qat<������bo'c������������������'  Agree    ahafc  Wo  Be Reached  ���������f:  Gcn'evar."----After  trpalnbUpj  brink oi" a 'precipice    the    ta*i-partiter  aiaA^al confereatce, at the solemn laour  of  miduight,   crashed?  to  thehbottora  of the  abyss.  Its  delegates  mutually  and  sorrowfully agreed that, no  pact  could  oe'reaciiedi to .limit further the  araiaaineiits-   of    Great    Britaiai; .  the'  ���������Jaiited States aaid Japan at'litis time.  This  ttttnoiancemeatt was  made    after  a aaiectiaag of the plenipotentiaries to  ''wh'sl'dbr''-''i-lics-" Japanese    'coinpromise  ,.Pi*opqsals. ,  ',J"-fTh^ ^deo^ibnK t.oV adjburar-vtlve^ 'cbaM  fpi'eiicefwiis b^ojtejli^ abpu)|fl?y'''tlip;;in^v,  ability of' botia Great 'Britain aritl 1 Ho  IJaiited StJites.tp iitcpppj, the Japanese  coxaapronaiso as  a  basis  of discussion  Canada is to have yet araf  -pinea- d^stan^uisned r i-jngusn vasttpr  in a siaoVt titne, !Lbrti Hewart of Bur-pi  lord chief justice of; England. He wj||-  ���������ittteaid! thbi aiahuai ���������" -meeting ot tl||:  PCanadian Bar Associationvin Toront^i  Avhieh: vvvill Open pti.-; Augtist 21. Lo^l;  Hewart has held his present hi?spi  ���������ollice siaice 1922, vvhpn lite' stepped up  IVoan the atloi-ney-genet-alship  having .been    sit torney-genera I  -t t\:i ft  fr<W!  pealiwas .ntadp after thefRoy^al Dutch  groupVJaad.-been :Unablp: tp block two  large UnitedVStates >,ypil::S cpmpanips,  meawhera^pf ? the?y Standard vQil ^ grpup:  ;from enteripg :into roii contfaict-^. Avitii  the SbvietJu vy:V V-yVyy  ,V !:>������������������������������������������������������������������������. ?V;,'>r:  In his letter Sir Henri Is under-,  stpod to have appealed to Mr. Rocker  feller's -interest in churches and -phil?  fautiwdpics*wprk,y pointing 'out ���������;that?  fthe -��������� SoAiet? ��������� iiiidt fdestroyed ' chttauilaes  and simtlW- institutioats ��������� as -well - as  havia^gf?ycpnfispate4' ,pt;opert*>*;,. and ua-  tioaaaiized ail iaidaastry.  il  :������������������   y     y   Prromotjons Approved . gl  Regina?-1-Aaiaong the ? - promotionis  and V^ritnsfers approved by the Cay|l  service Coautvaissiota are the follovit-  ing: Arthur Paterson, Priaice Alberf,  from grade 3 clerk to grade I; G-eoa^e  Gari-ett; forest- '��������� assistaaity grade TS,  Graawl Coulee; Walter Pot tie,* to' *ajr������  racl!p,.:Jn^P|3Ctbr ''iiir-- r;*t^ip1,'^l4ca:;i:lciftn,  Rot#%| | f ,;v:;.. jj '|'|,?; |    |  fought His Battles who wili^raov/- Hsi  any Re\\-aa*clet-. So lie passed ovei*;mai  all '��������� the if una p q ts sptand ed -, for li m v ��������� -oaa  fhe'"'''othe?c,:;sitF&.''y:. A.-:.A:y... .,,,.-??  As- the last.words^ fell .from jyhe lips  of tlio Priaice,' tlie I a?t Post echoed  through liie sileaice of -r:tlie toivea-I  Above tiie yfiag-f dipiaetii V in ���������: tfibute.  FaintlyVfi-pnifhthej{great-,t^uaa^y pMt?  side could.^*be,.Iaeai*d the guarij p( lapat,-  or called ip the pieseatt araus.  AS *b'^y;H.eld'^r������|i������ihtv;Sfcssaon?n ".<*��������� .(":*'.  ���������piablin.^���������Tlae,' Dail ^Sarea-|na,t idiGcldod  by a.yote of 54  ^  3.4?.td*.sit all; night  for the purpose of jaaasing the gov-  ea*aaanent's drastic public 'safety'"yib'ili.  Tlao bill VAK-as iaitVdifaxced lay' Prosa-  dent WlUlaata GosRrjive, after tho: )>e-  icentf a.ssassiaiatioat of Vice-President  Keyln, O'liiggius. Under--it the death  penalty may be imposed for the .possession of   ,aa*aats.  on^opt:^.   ^- ~w -      A?.    .,.      w  .yWlteaa a^o ^ifoyttl; train vpiiches Calr-s  iPTiiry 'nnatw tlrP t^ro !Ro'yal ' PrincPffl  p^rt company 't'^P!''1 Preaaalev BaJclwln,  i������o oineiftl vipiro������iti^aVplfince'"inb^  jhet toraaainatea. Tlao i*onaaindpr pf.  IvIh stay in Caaaada is priaiaarUy 'u  holiday/ althoiigh Ills Royal Highness  pftpeets  to' till a feAV eaigaagements.  it ��������������������������� i   kit.,..  nif_i ������:���������"'..   i1---.,  oniisn vvuuieu mai^uig  iwm  |    ' r*y-y'"V^y  I^Eir^e. Party Will Make Trip Through  &    yVr'V? yVc^eir-'' G.anada _ ;> "* '��������� ��������� i'" /��������� ���������;  jvToa-oaato.���������A party of 200 Avoaaaeat  tfena tl'a<*j Old Couait.a*y headi'd by Mrs.  Flora Ditiauinond, of London, Eaag-  ltljaad, hart nirlvod in Toroaalo. They  are touring (iataada and intend,- to  .li^ni'iK-y on t.lirougla W'eHl.oraa a.'aiaauda  ray'jtad on**lo the coast.  {VlN'ta-H. nrunxnaoaad, wlio gatlnod funio  lip the )ea<iiu* of fuaifragettoH, , .luiri  rqpAA' tatrned her atteaalloaa to a no^AV  ipovrincnt culled "tho gailld of "liJiav  ia*h*o," whlcla Is dj?slgneil to educate  liie Avcaiaia iaa tho laoane to the eco-  ttnaailc and IndUHlrial needs of Iho  KJniph*e. It lirts n ,aaaeaaabea*.m*|p of '10,*  tipi) at liri'Hi'jtl.  t"'*"" -���������������������������  -������������������- '���������'���������~*~��������� "���������  ���������������������������  ������������������  ,-"-���������r-.,..r���������1 ...... n-nuMmmmuMi-'-^  "���������'   ��������� '���������'"'   -w.  -H.'"T.r.   in9'������ - '���������" ��������������������������� -:'  which Avas the ci-ux of tho whole -conference.  ..,��������� ,.,_,K     '  Baldwin Celebrates "! j;  Sixlietli BirtMday  (,:'n,  i<!im.  "���������*���������-T-T*-*  aitd,Queen   Send   Greetings  To  Br|tlsh Preanlei'  Ottawa.���������AttguKt  :t   was ,the  vlghl  iloaa. S^aaaley BrildAvin's COI'h birthday  Visid huaidrodo of r">no;a'At\al������tfvry ltaoH-  ?atl)s^ -pbut^d Into *lUde,ati' IjCatll til*', day.  Among; tlaeau wea'b riaeasftug^s fa'ban ��������� (ho  King- and   Qtiocaa.,  exprosHliag   ta>   1h<-  ;pa*fiaaatea'' nf  Gretit,   "hiMta'lra ? theii'   con-  gralu|al.lpnH oat his  60ili blrthdaay.  lie wa/i preBented Avlth a silver waiver by rnembcrs of lain,staff, tokeaaH bt!  esteem"frmn their lloynl HlghiaeSHOR,  the Pa-tnco of Wales niul l'rlnco  .<loorgo and Thoh; ExcQlleiacles, I.oral  nnd l.ady WllllitKdota, and: a hbaatti-  failly Rokl-araouaatoi'l. eherryAVood pipe  frbna'lit". Tfon.  MabkenEAlo  King.-  Financial Aid For Queen Mario  Pnvtfi.-^-'X. UriVafj despatch from llaa-  c.Uau'cibt uiayH that Uio chamber * of  DonutloH ha������ voted a ,������lvU list -vvhlcla-  AvIU gl^o iitot'o moaiey    to    DotvaKer  OiiM'Mi Miirb* from  the Ht.Lt.e tresiKury  Ihnra to Utile Kltig Mlolaael.  W^������*s vtrt****^**^.^ A^^hz*,^*^^^ ^ - fJi'*>tM#*������*~,i*.*.> , -^j^-^kv-oN*^**^!!^  Returned Men File On Homesteads  Ira Saskatchewan  Ivloose .Taw*^���������AH thait remains ., of  the once fanipusfW-BarVRa'ttcii/'souila-  west of Cbderre, consists of: ait  eiglilyv-acre pari? I the-property of tlie >  oliaiTii'ock tluji'ai luuujicipality. Tii������  reaiiiiludea* of the ,i;ai*tch paisture, .was  filed on by homesteaders, and only  oaao tiitarter secfjjbn of very p'b'bf laaaad  was sacbi'aaed' by tlie h oiaieste:tdea*s,  Avho fil<?d������ bit sonaeT SO o.itSLi*iea*s? Aboaa't.  one-hail' of tlae -.acreage ?'Avas obi atined  by ,;wa r yeteraais. , aatd evory parceI  Avas secured by men.'pf British bJrtli  Avho are actively engaged In farming  opea-ations within siifie aaalle^ 'of the  land they d-csia:od:.  Held Justified In KHIihfl  yfDeefon/    Ont.���������Alex.   .Hodge      was  Justified   iaa    Killing    pan     Forsyth"-  wheat tlao latter    invaded    his    home  near liore' July 22, (lie eorbttei-'s jury  laaaulrlng Into  the  case  decided.  Tint  verdict a*ead:   "The ;iaary.sworn in   io  iiacpaire into tlae death of sin unlutoAVn  man  laat\'e   ari-ived  at.   the   coaaclaasi<iJV  Lli&tl:  tlae  said."inart   was   aaono   othei  than -Duai Fornvtlae aaail  thaj. he canm  to   his   death   at   the' hands   of 'Alex  HodRe,  AA'ho acted  Iaa   rtefeuce  of   lais  OAvn life, and we deem hian .jusstilieriY'  Ha������   s������31-  pt'OKH * VO  Stamiey  Udiversity Students Turn Harvesters  Those alert atid hutilty lads nntfVnrl-  t.l.Mli Uulveislty studontH hero t'oi; the  hurvOKt. 'J'hey ctuaae to Cauutda al^burd  the Canadian Pncitic t-toamor Alont-  roH������Miwi'lvlng Iai Quebot: atvil JMonfta'o������il  rocontly. WJallo aiwaitlijg their Jpjba lu  tho harvoflt tloldB of *Sat3kiitclapAVun.  they aro boiaig placed on Ontario  aavina (lurhuf the liarvetit r,0A'3������ij, by  Ontario tlovenanieiat. aigentti. They  will rotua-n to their a-OHpoellvbd col-  m-}ono*-li\ KaagUand und sWale������ towarua  tho leitd of Octoboa-l The unU'erHltlea  )*epi*oiaonted In thia lirst "Unlvbr-  nltles* Harvesters' Tour" of ihn.nros-  iMat '!on<������ora ��������� for (rylhero, nro follo-wlnr:  ���������are: Caaaabrldgo XJaaiveralfy, King's  Col I eye, Loatdon, tlao London School  oC Ecoiaoaaalca, Unlvca'slty College,  London, Manclaeatof School of Tocla-  siology, Oxfonl, Il^adtaag, Southampton, and Swansea. Half of the iitu-  deaatH aao faoiii Agilcultuaul (!ollckgeia  or Facnlhefl, moat of them tar������ frona  tlao cUiBHtcal Hide.  . Hcport ��������������� Mcnieu  OttJa-Ava.~ LV report whlcla  peared in a poriioat of the  tlie effect that Right IToaa,  HiUiUvin haa accepted a gift of a mo-  Itir ciaa- aaiade especially for his nnc  during his Camadian visit wilh em-  phatlcally dpniod,by nto.*inbe������*fl of, the  Bi'ltifiili Preataicr's Htaff. Tin a������ avsis  .said lo be -absolutnly no fonndaal'Ha  for the  report.  Water  Was   Electrlcfled  Xliiaagor.���������lCrtaosd,  Norwood,    liri-aiiain  aud jtutltor of a,factory laea-e, Hta������*ii'<i  to Avnah lain hands ha n, baifiln'of avu-  lei* lu* Haw oaa tho tloor.  lie Avol-e  .ai>  In  a   hospital.  The  basin  av.*������^  hlflily  | chaagod *wlth  aaa    eleclrlclty,     bclmr  (connected  with an eli&etalc j^frlgi-r:i-  j aion tjiiuii. THE GiESTOK REVIEW  fggwescl aygw' Ifffifis,'*" S������ C3r^SftO*������Ss BaOa  Subscription: 83.50 a year in 'advance.    ���������  ���������     ������������I^.������j3  ������3,00 to U.S. ������~?������*=  p. F. Ha-ste*?. Editor and Owner,  OBEST0N, B.C.. FRIDAY. AUG. 19  A sonwwhat innocent annotmoe-  snent last weefe* that a survey lata to be  made iiruH^daately -lo establish the  feasibility, V������s o-fegy^ise, ������f coastnict-  iaig a oactsN? Ss^*������ray* between Revel-  sloke and Golden, has caused a furore  amongst boards- of trade and auto as-  scci&tion? in ������ast Kootenay with which  Creston -SV05 sympathize; not that this  district has any objection to the pro>-  posed survey or even* the construction  of such a road* hut rather by way of  insisting that -roads of greater public  service, aud tstting seniority over dse'  Goldea-Revelsiofee project- should have  Erst ceasider&tisa.' ;Is this co'SBselio'a  East Kootenay centres are putting forward tbe seed of building the Gray  Creefe-Kusibaaoofc road in preference*  to the aoarthera highway, -with which  Creston will agree, as such a road  serves the double purpose of accommodating a local agricultural population as well as the ever-increasiag auto  traffic which for all time to come wiii  be as heavy over the southern route as  it possibly can be through the more or  less uninhabited stretch of territory to  the north.  5_iOc<s tunes assead.. %vou;s appear  ts ������* 5������ appropnats SiOjgau suf x^ros^  brook, where, to Judge by devclopmeztt,  both the city and dlizens have the iiap-  py knack oi looluttK at (1^ Vdkkuchaiut.  arid sot at the bole. F������l!o%vissgV|as*  yearns program of*street paving, an  equally ambitious effort Is being made  in this usjeciio-s ia 1927, wisiisi In the  way of blinding-the city is having one  of ibe ''��������� best. yeata in its.. iceea! bislbafy'.���������  .And keeping pace whh this advaoce-  nient it is pleasurable to; TOte ih^t our  old Sfriend L* P* Sullivan* of the Coarser h really a few paces ahead of the  tanea, and. has now a prisa shop equipment that ������ eaabliag Sam to coispsts  v������^s them ali and sasdry both as Ijtx  quality and price, while trie Cowries he  is turning ou! is not only accredit to  the progressi-ve center in which it is  puLaislTted. but Is doing much, io help  along the all-round advancement of die  city and large territory it serves.   -It  S*������* l*i���������������<* '������**aU .**.������.3^~tm.Ha������ .������������.**a &a._ws. aa.^*^.  ���������������*������ uw������s -**������.������*. uini wuij   auiu iua\ uccrc  is pollsli3>g .too good *^or tae Itiah, and  true to the tribe our Hibernian confcnsre  is no| awrse to rc^invragttng Mima W@li-  ^anicu a&scwiiGc to ucmOaaSfate sue  correctness of the Courier^ contention  that "He serves best who serves most.**  "What price are they going to put  cm the Wealthiest" is a much-asked  question amongst tbe orehareiisSs this  month, and about the only information  going on the subject is from the Board  of JDircctics -which in its official statement last week observed: "Much interest has been taken in the Wealthies  and their relation to the Duchess. The  committee w?E so* permit asy -Weal-  thies to- move -until they are fufiy matured aecormng to ttss tepeiasi -&f the  fruit inspectors���������no? una! tbe Ducbess  deal is fairly out of the way.    This  will pensk sf the Wealshks stSsisisg  a desirable degree of maturity and attractiveness, thus helping their sale on  the prairie raarkei."*  Affairs educational are pretty bad in  Oregon alright? but Just lists** to thU  from the New Denver Leaser, whose  editor can Say claim to bachelordcm  extending over half a centurys  a  '"Tk-i   ������1������Mw>wifr   aa-mmW^    ������������*������������������������������*<���������.   *-*������   +l*A  junior matriculattcn and entrance sla������s~  es in the high and public schools should  be thoroughly investigated by the school  board. The pupik are, we believe, of  more tJaan average ability. There must  be' sea-soavrfor- ilae  r&ilurcS,- ^ithsf thfe  around at nights and dancing.    There  ts too much bucolic aping of society ia  thss Essie -village.    People ass payssg  taxes for results in the schools.    If the  children do not take advantage of the  educational   facilities   provided,   it  is  time to cut down expenses.    Smoking  cigs and kalsominmg can be carried on  outside educational institutions as well  as tasi^. "There =������������������ a?lane, aafma^g''  years ago, when a young man who appeared on the street smoking cigs could  be properly classed, and a girl with her  face plastered and reeking with stench  would not be noticed in public"  In addition to the $75 voted by  Creston Board of Trade to stage a  district fruit exhibit at the Royal Winter Fair at Toronto-late this fall it is  io be hoped iuuivkviua* orcbardststs ������vHI  come forward with offers to supply at  least a box each of their best  fruit  to assure a display at the eastern metropolis that will be a credit to the Valley.    And equally acceptable will be  donations in cash from other interested  citizens to make it possible to acquire  the necessary quantity of apples  for  which the board anticipates having to  pay market prices.    A good example  in this connection has been set by C. O.  Rodgers who is giving the boxes, with  a specially printed label that will inform the thousands of visitors to the  fair the locality from whence the display comes.  If further evidence were required as  to the soundness of investing money in  dyking Kootenay Flats lands surely the  finest kind of testimony of the sort is  this week furnished by the landowners  in Drainage District No. 10, between  Porthili and Copeland, where all arrangements have been completed for the  reclamation of another 2000-acre  tract. This newest district is tn very  close proximity to District No. 8- whens  quite serious trouble was encountered  in June when part of the dyke which  was constructed through tbe Jerome  slough went out with disastrous results  to the farmers in No. 0 District. In  the light of this unfortunate occurrence,  if the farmers in No. 10 are willing  to tackle dyking at this early dale surety llizvc can be -������o room for argument  as to such projects being the vtfy best  of good business.  Penticton is Hopeful  We are all waiting for a good fall.  Soft fruit prices are high and indications point to a healthy return for tne  apple crop.  Meantime, business conditions ate  inclined to be dull. For one thing* tbe  cannery payroll for three months,.at  about $12,000 a montb is missing.  Cannery workers spent a good deal of  money in the stores and amusement  places of town.  The fruit packing houses have so  far worked on about half the staffs  used last season for the 1926 heavy  crop. Possibly this proportion may  not be exactly correct but at all events  there were more packing house employees in Penttcton last year than there  are Uiis season.  Last year saw several hundred fire  fighters in the hills around Pentlcton.  and the amount expended for groceries and men's clothing was comider-  amc.  We are thankful of course that tbe  fires are reduced this season to date and  wc are pleased alco that ihs ffruij crop  will apparently bring big returns to the,  farmers. After all, it isjbetter to have  the man on the land make the money,  than the man in .he cannery ar pack-  ing house, if there is not enough for  botb.  Meantime, we look forward to a  good Fall.���������Penticton Herald.  The Free Press is of the opinion  tlaat W. R. Ross of Kimberley, and  former well kuown -resident of Ferris,  would not be adverse to carrying the  Coneervative banner in^the Fernie riding in the next provincial election.  Teia, Twelve and F������nrfaaii-Qiiari Sises  PERFECT SEAEt: GEM^  SIZES���������Pints, Quarts &nd M&lf-iSalloras  &  Saniwirs  ~ SZ.  jm^ ^E^^j^ftn^iB,   iiy -ir & j*l  son is again wicn us  -   V-  We have in stock to inee-i ybur iieeds  a large stock ot  M . JTta  KefF-Mason Wwie Mouth���������-Pints, ^  Perfect Seal and Improved    Gem in?  White Rubbers for Perfect Seal and  Economy and Schmm Tops.  ason-Kerr Lids for wide mouth or re  .   . -Cr  Ma|������GaP������ns.  sizes.  Jars.        <;/':  r size,   >���������'  T    *   I - ���������       1     T"* " C     '"       11     '*  ZZ        --. w=-J ^s=. ���������    ^"i. erL*^ j^-^ m^P  tm *um* ^*mt*m       mm*^m. mu*      ^m. urn tat <���������**^* m*^^  l^lOs aim  xv&uga iui  En  ������jcti&.  FOR PICKLING���������Crosse & Black\vell Vinegar in bulk  and all the necessary Spices*  CBirB, *j?   H  gHilSLl  **a\tt.ainrga��������� sr    A*niis%si!(J  !  itUUfi i Sli: ^yiviriiPe i e  MM TEI>  ^!MIS'iUMW*WS������tMt  BHBHSE  The Mineral Province of Wesfcerft Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBRE, 1926  Has produoed Minerals na follows:    Plaoer Gold, $7fi,018,S)48;     Lode Gold, $126,972,:318t  Silver. $80,787,003;    I*ad, $106^76,442;   Copper $209,067,088;    Zino, G50,512,557;     Coal  and Cake, $204,09JI,1S3; Struotuml Mutorialn and Miaoollaneous Minoralo, $50,175,407; making its nrinornl prod until������n to the end ot 1025 show -ait  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Tlifv MiaiinK LaavH of thia Provaiaoo arns more liberal and tho feoo lowor than tliaea of  any otbor Prov aaa oo in tho Dominion, or. any oolony in tho British Empire,  Minora! looationn are niTanted to diaaovorera for nominal fees.  AhHoluto Tifclo������i are obtained by dtn'okopuig; euoh prope-rbioa, the meonnty <oC whioh 3a  Raamrnnteed by Crown Rraaatfa. >  Full information, togothor with Mining Reports and Maptst, may h& obtained gratis by  addronainA;���������  THE HON, XHE'MINISTER OF-MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������I>ra< tlninlly Ml British Columbia Mineral PraportW iipon which dovelopment work haa beon dono  aro H9<>-ar.ribit������l In naomo one of tho An mini HnnnrtA nt tha Mini at* r of Mlnon.   Thoso onnald������rInR mlnlnor  InveBtTOoeiitw whould rwftvr to wneh rtr-|a.n������������*fca. Thay awa ������vallia.Wo wfihmit ohmrffo on iwypIlriaiitSon U������ fch������ atN3-  Sa.Are.atnaeti.it o> Mlnm. Vtc'torlaaa, D.O. Ecporto of tlit������ ���������Qisoloflilcn.l S-araroy of Oanndn, winch DuI1dInga;t V������an-  c������a-|vorf turn #eeommvn'fttK\ t.a valiiinWo snHireeii of Informnfclon.  Ileportn covering amch of tlio Six Mlderul Survey Dlotrtats aro ptabliehaad ^cparwtoly, (and aro avnll  ���������uBale ia.uk unnllcatlott. ������WK CBSwe^B BBTEB**  *_  GXJSooaemiesI Tzauspostatiou  *mmj*m*urm*'    miir~ *&   *r JUW  rmt ^E*\fTtZ    j������f ~*sT  ixwunaam- mm -    <n>     Jgy ,j���������f       oar    oar   ns     ������������������*     J3  49     J&  ��������� <ya;-..  ���������EH*  ���������;���������*���������*������������������ ���������  .  *  **      "  J";'.  f-  ���������m:  I   ���������*  ff#?   \tM&W*J9 Sjro&Br Aa.m>9&%f0 Sf  .ISAXfiT^ in design. Qatualiacy in .-con*  J aftractaon. Quality in anpea-f-s-aee^  ^-*g*. Quality in perforaiaaiance* Never before  ������as assy lo^-psieed car psssessed thorn, to  ecch an anaasnng degfree--becatwie no other  low^prleed ear vcxnbh&ea the prcgrcssavesieap  of Chevrolet and the diversified experience,  the -vast resources and tbe -matchless facilities  of General Ma-tors.  Study today** Chevrolet Mark well tite ariaa>  *3ocratlc beauty o������ its lines���������^the superbly  executed details of its Fisher-bullt bodies.  '  ^hen ^o ������or ������ r!4e* Sieve! Is titt thrillisiaa-  fcpurt" -wJien you *"atep on the gate19. Delight  in the smooth operation���������-tbe swift sweep of  bugs the road, tite ease with which it obeys  St ?������sponds to. the braises.  Here. Is quality expreisaed ia terms that sni^-  Bona now can understand and enjoy* _ Hero  is qusdity obtainable at New, itowe? trices,  ���������whicfe reflect the savings of tremendous pro*  dastioa and-^kich. dessosstrate the, billing"  ness to share these savings with the public ��������� ���������  Here is a car of amazing quality ��������� ������ ������ for  ���������everybody, everywhere. / evaaec  New and Lowe? Prices.  ^/  2taadster   ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������   645.  ������sbsssss   ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������   763  Caimt3ea    ��������� - ���������   675  ���������   ��������� ��������� . - ������5������  Imperial  , <5 t .  l-T������a  Taruck  Giassb    ���������   535  Roa&tcr Delsvety    645  Commercial C&sssis. 46$ ���������  ggSssset Factory. OskevfOt Ontario���������Taxes MaSr&  mmniUmE, - Cranbrook  fOMCXDiKHP &S iSSStiBmlAS* MOvokS OF CAHaDA, LZMtTSO  H?  ������JV  J  Reduced Prices  ���������HI : ������������������  ' ���������,!!���������, I!..g.'J ���������,"���������',"'!   ," '"'   ���������������������������,"'���������'���������'       ., :   ,      '       ���������     |  ��������� ,,���������, ' ;���������, .    .-. '���������',','���������  smm*mm*j������s**w**mm******m**������**������***mm  Summer Gat- -35c gel  Ethyl Ga,- - -40e. gal.  Lan������|i Gas- ��������� 45c. gal������  Pfmwm.   mm*  MA   |   ������rM������   mmm      .   Mf**.     a*    mm*,     mm    jm*.    mm*  REMIER   G A RAG E  PALMER   A.    MAXWELL  V ....  aCNVIOC ON ANYTHING OPENATEO BY QAuOMNE  ssss  Investments  The Imperial Bank wishes to lie helpful iia  the furtherance of ita clients' interests* A Bond  Department hum been esiubSiurt-eti for ���������**%& pm?*  pose oi buying and selling the highest ������lass  of securities for our customers,  Xh������ Bond department will he glad to advise  - youthrou-ghtheManajJerofournearestBranch.  a  IMPERLAi.   BANK  CRESTON BUANGH, -  CS. W, AIXAN, * - -    . .        M*ami*r.  ���������Mk^atMtMriHMraw^^  MM  **wst*m  Mr.' and Mrs. Don. Bradley were on a  holiday visit at Procter last weefc, te-  a*5iirning on Ses^Sy.  MSus Aileea Spratt left aa Thursdsy  last tor a couple of weeks holiday xMt  ^siife fr^ids.^!; Kelson. *   . *  present on a visit with her parents,  Mr. aaa Mrs. Srank leomtmo. isr.  O. W. An&sx, soasaager o* the Ica^rSal  ���������aor.Tr, wpATn-fc tha *weefe-end with Nelson.  fronds.'' SS returnsd on jsoaaay.  I   ������������������*���������������������.*���������  Chevrolets.  The Putnam. Pcalnoor ������s Staples, Ltd.,  sawmill on the K. V. railway right of  way east -of town, is cutting in full  SWing this weeks suit will fe������, ������P^stSsg  eontmuoamy for at least the next sSw  months.   At the mill and In -the bush  (ftuA������r^       mmmmjn,       0*%mJ^*mmt4m  *aii������������*^������      safttf-w-Mtf  - -   - * -* ������*^  -arvracsmmrt-f*.  I  Mrs, O. Cotterill left on Sunday for  Spokane, wSsssz she is spending part  of the week on, -a. holiday visit.  Mrs. Wallers and iittle Miss Deris  are visitrlng Sn Cranbrook this week,  leaving on. Sunday for the divisions!  -ciafcy. .   n  Mrs.. W. 3. lifnscott was a visitor  with relatives and. friends in Nelson  for a few~u*e������ys the latter pasrt of the  week.  ���������������*-*���������     T\t*M>MNi    ������k������m������l   +**���������**   fA+.tu'mm'****���������*;���������*,   snl������  *Oa_.  MXAMO*   aVUVUVU   owin*a   vnv  ������nbiuawivM *v*   -m^v7  j attle, Washington., ere Careston. visitors  Ohas. Moore,.  S. A. Speers left on Thursday last on  a combined business and pleasure trip  to Vancouver-, and will he away until  the end of this week.  For July, the valley enjoyed a net  gain in population of three, the.-vital  statistics showing four births, ; one  death and ons sssssisss.  H. Woodley, of Calgary, Alberta, has  joined the office staff of Crestocn Growers, liimited, succeeding Miss Thompson, who has resigned, and ^ho is -returning to her home in Toronto.  Not for several seasons have the low  spots on the fiats shewed so much water at the middle of August as is in evidence this yearyvand not <*aly will haying he late but the cut is likely to be  even lighter thsxa last year, V  Oreston baseball team took the worst  heating of the year oh Sunday at *2"ahk,  when they elashed with a picked Wy-  eliffe-tDranhrobk nine. The seose was  S5-4, with Watson and Telford .doing  the battery work for Creston.  J. P. Cook, who operates 10 acres of  bench land next the Feed Smith place,  is displaying a sheaf of his 1927 wheat  Fr V. Payne, manager of the Daily  News, Nelson, with Mrs. Payne, were,  sailing on Creston frisaSs on Satnrday  en route to Cranbrook and Fernie. Coming down en the b3������t he reports h������arr=>  1 ing ciltScisra of Oreston by subsists,  due to the village having no tourist  oasnp facilities.  Customers and friends of the Creston. Valley  Co-a^perativea  Association  stores at Creston and Erickson, are reminded of the Co-Op. picnic on Wed-*  nesday next to which free traansporta*'  tion is being provided, and the fun is  to start at 11 am. A good line of entertainment is being provided and. all  are welcome.  ������ar-.     ���������~.^   ������.������������������������.     <s      a      ������*���������������-u^^���������.^-������ j    ������������������-?  sua.,   auu   jau.a.   us.   <%.   wwiinwinaw   emu  two chiidren, of ������taimraerland, who have  been here on a three vrozks' visit with  her parents, Mr. and 2SS3. J. ^7. Dow,  left for home on' Wedneasday. Ta&y  are travelling by auto and return via.'  Spokane and Vancouver, and home via  jSanaloops, over the new Fraser Can**  Aisgnsi Session  Thssp vres aa lu-tusualS? fafge turnout At th������? Augilsfe session. Of Crfeatoa  Board of Trade last Tuesday-. night,  Wiilea .wii$;p������������siu������d over Ts& President  ���������Maliandaliie, and at which it was decided to make a display of Creston fruit  at ������tt& end of November.  The subject was introdraaed by C.  ^i itHsn, and sev^roi vwctb who wok.  s. Issasd in the discussion were agreed  that in additibn to the publicity value  it was also practical business. With, the  B.C. &pple tonnage constantly on the  increase; with'new markets having to  he found, it-was only natural that due  to ito closer proxihaity to tbe~eastv it  oould Only bo a matter of time till Ores-  ton applep miist find their way to <hi-  tario, and 1927 Js not .a bit too early  to he Aimr.ntvair.tt; the. Vailcy product-in  thisSn?^;        '  To help finance the imdertaking $75  was voted, and as soon as fajS sniOrens-  tion is to hand as to the exact space  jv*m, ��������� ,*������ '    ^������������������������������������ffi-a       n������h      *t ~*a. 5"2#i.1-*kTrf*s,      *������,      ^*s������.^���������4*-^.���������^       a^  bUnb     WiM.    ftjto    cm r ea> ���������������������������*** w     w    w������\Ma������wM    ������������  special sae^ting of ths heard will be  called to name a committee to handle  s^rSi-j-Kt* - sr -it is found -that the  &a& exiiisis.-  yon highway.  Fruit shipping is. on the light side  just at present. This is the tail end. of  the cherry and raspberry season, and  plums will not be moving in any quantity until the end of the week, when  the Ifeiiow Transparent apples will also  be available. Tljere is a healthy movement of tomatoes, but the demand for  cucumbers is very poor.  -f ���������K J. Spreull, of Cranbrook, made a  call on some of the members of the  Creston board of trade .executive on  Saturday en route to Harrop, to spend  the weekend with his family, who have  a suxnmer cottage these. He is after  action, by Oresfcoii, to g^es. aheaa with  work on the KtiskanoOk - G^y CSreek  road, before a start is made on -the proposed Bevelstoke-CSolden highway.   < -.  prize fruit at the Creston fair will hold  up in pack no doubt some ocf the prize  winning boxes will be secured for the  Toronto -show.  W. Fraser got a favorable reception  to his suggestion that.two. or three  rfgng sbyoyid. be posted, at prossinsnt  erop in the eo-cp. store window, which I ha?e  retur-ced   to  would indicate a yield of at least 4&  bushels to the acre.     ^  places telling the exact time of the de-  parture of the boat from Suskasook.  At present n^ny poorly informed.auto-  3ste are ^driving tisrough even as early  as 11 ajn. to be sure of getting the boat.  With signs to acquaint them of the  boat's schedtile it is felt many would  spend a few hours longer in Creston to  some advantage to fhe tradespeople.  33se   transportation    ccmsuttcg    wUS  handle the sign placing work.  H. ts. Boblnsan was' elected to mem-  Oersoip, and i^seZa n^������w waif %������wO CSS*6-- -  mittee reports.  For the highways committee CO. Rodgers reported that in  the way of general repairs and road  maintenance much, good work was being done this year.   For tho conunittee  on reciamat/iaa G.?. Ssyes sfetsd that  big news in connection with dyking can  be looked for at an early date.   For  1    Mrs. D. A. MacDonald and children j about the first meeting in the board's  Creston baseball team plays $he are-  turn game with? Lumberton, at Xium-  berton on Sunday, and will be -accompanied by some of the local fans who  want to see the, 1*5-15 defeat of two  weeks ago wiped out.   .-"  m  Miss M. McDonald, who is on the  teaching staff at Blairmore, Alberta,  and who has been holidaying at prairie points, arrived on Friday to spend  ths,ee w������ete with her pMriestsL iMftr, ������ud  Mrs.' H. W. McDonald, Glsncoe; ranch. -;-  Not in at least half adossen years has  the local mi������3saunmer buying of autos  been as heavy as is the ease this seasoa.  Dealers have not only sold more cars,  but also better ones.  To date the Pre-  Oranbrcwk wffcei  spending two weeks on a: holiday visit  with hea* parents iaeape,;.;y^~ 'VV''  '-'.V'���������""*���������  fgp���������IMWyff  High School Fees  Pttrents in outside school districts  Hre rensinded that the fee for attending Creston High School the oncoming term will be $50, of which $15  must accompany application to attend  nnd these should be addressed to GEO.  NICKEL, Secretary School Board,  Oreston.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, AUGUST 21  ORESTON���������8 and 11 a.m.  SIEtDAR���������7.80 p.m*  P.mstnn ilairv  Vi -aaUP-^fiai������#���������������      tsmttrnxmrnm.  H. BoJdear; who? has. beeny stopping  with his brother, J. B.. for-tiJtaaost the  past year. If ft at the end of the week  for Pentlcton. j  John Andrew left on Wednesday on  a business trip to Lethbradge, Alberta.  Misse������ Jean and Florence? Craigie  are. spending their Atigaiut vacation  with relatives and friends at Wardaaei*  and other Bast Kootenay points;  Mrs. and Masses Edith and Winnie  Palfreyrnnra are visiting-with Spokane  friends this week,, making the trip hy  auto and leaving on Monday.  The trustees have definite word  from Alius Boss, vice-principal of the  Creston school last term, that she has  acceptt'd the position as teacher of  DfviHiun 2, Erickson, this term.  Ms-& P, P= Herta eot back last week  from  Machigiau,  for ������vhich state nheg  loft by unto . a conple of months iajjo. I  -Her nifitpa', Mru. Buckley, has returned  with her.  Peach plaints In small qaiantityaae  on the shipping list this week, and tomatoes are going strong both hy express and freight. The low price on  cucumbers has slaokoned off the move  of that commodity.  Mrs. V. V. Staples Is spending the  week with frlonds In Ounbrook.  T, W. Baandy, O.P.R. agent, lane  fust been officially advised that  Etockeon has again been awarded first  prtase for tho most attractive station  grounds on all the company's lines in  ���������*tw14-fat* /^o1������������w.Kli������  history there was hot a tUragla item o������  ���������j^nrespomiace.  jobs of any other land at the prevailing rate of 40 cents an hour.  W^*# ������IfT IVWi  TAKE NOTICE that tbe Municipality or fche  Village of Creston, whose address is Crestoa.  B.C., will apply for a license to take and use 84  cubic feet per second of -water oat of Goat  River, which flows southerly and drains int*  Kootenay River about fire miles from tbe head  of Kootenay Lake,   The water will be divested  .v^n*.    tnn  JM.������*JU������     WV     IM*WMW   '������WV������W     ^.P...U    U.W....V       .W      ,IUU.  north of tbe south boundary of Sublot IS of Lot  812, .Gp. 1, Kootenay District, and will be used  for power maxposes. Thia notice was posted on  the grsanu. on tfise 19th dav of Jas^?* 192?= A  copy of this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the Water Act, 1014, will he filed  in the office of rttao Water Recorder at Nelscwa,  B.O. Objections to the application -maybe filed  with the said Water Recorder, or with:,the  Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament  Bnildlnsn. Victoria. B.O., within thirty days  after the ftrsb appearance of this-notice In a  local newspaper. Tho date of the first publication of this notice io August 0th, 1027.  THE MUKntOIPAIJTY OFTHa:  VILI^AOE OP CRB^TON.  By ITEASEH, ^AOKSON* Afjdnfe  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Section 160  IN THB MATTER of Part of Block 10 of Lot  626 Plan 893 A to which part the Roiplatwr  lias assigned tbe disUnmalBhlnir letter "A,-*  the sold part being all that portion of said  lot lyine* cost of a lino equally bhaoetlnjr tbe  -the eaid part being all that portion i  lot lyine* cost of a lino equally bhaoetlnjr tbe  north and south boundaries of said Block  R. A. COMFORT  arrtUIMSU.. Ej������IUiB.i.������3!a'     Vvmti^o    m.%     jj. a������C    B\Cir������va  Milk, Cream  Ice. Cream  and Ice  TB. TESTED COWS  Everything sanifcary.    Visitors  are welcome at sxny timet.  Miilcicig hours 5 to 0 p.m.  m0m*m    '   m.     *m M m     * " .     .9  M*u&   uvtuuprvu <hm* &%;������ puutsoM  HEWS OF KOOTEfiAYS  The Miner states that Rdssland hat  never had such a heavy tourist business as is the case tins year.  Pcntictbh council seriously conatid-  tx% pvoSiibitBtsg  all  comtnunity  affair  raffles and -gaaaacti ol ciiuuec. ' One alderman a&aerta bo much money ta being  spent thu fashion that a whole lot of  debt* are going unpaid.  Vernon owt-of-ivcrka, v/ho in the  past havn been Riven some necessary  emtaloyment at 50 cents an hour* will  in future be paid only 30 cents.    It  0 % * ������ A* *} %  10.  "Proof havinar heen filed in mjrofflce of the  losa ot Certificate of Title Nov 1794B-I to the  above-mentioned landa in the name of Carl Ola*  aufot. b^rlpKidato the mh Dooorabcr, MKM. I  .KREBY GIVJQ NOTICE: of amy tatention *t  tho expiration of one calendar month from the  flmt publication hereof to isauo to thowiid Carl  Olaf Quint a provisional Certificate of Title In  lieu of nuoh losb Certificate. Any peraon having-  any Information witl*t jreforenoo to onch lost  Cortiflcato.ot Title lareguestod to oomniunl-  cate with tho unaei-adattned.  _ Dated at tho Land lleKlBtva Oflloe, Nolaon,  Ihocdfitmr of Tltlftfl.  Date of first puhlleatlon j'ulv w. vtei.  MJffht mm������ Haairy  ^Mst. JfcV m**\M*\W kW  'm^LmZl^ h**Vm***\ j^BJSlIb :^SJ|BW ^SJHBhi s\****\****\W' ^L\m***\, *tk%tm\W*******\  New Stock of  .Harness  Second Hand Star* in  connection  isli^L ^ji ^^ Kg} mm a-,^3 Xfi. cl  JBmwm kSmjuSm* mmsmiM^ISm mm*m".m*k KOI mm  #"��������������� 1  m* tn. .        . f .,* ������ _  *j������#ew������ 4MiiSMM'M*Mtfit,mmm m*wii%*itM*ti ai>m$g' THE    KEVIEW*    CBESTOK,    B.    0.  Air Mail Conference  the same quality aridt  strength, so"> baby's  bpttles take no time  to. make wltK'EagJe  Brand���������tlie safe food  since 1857.  Write The Borden Co.  Lini it &d, Montreal,  for Free Babv BooJcs.  ���������'   '     E2427  SfSfif^i^iS^sfVlV?  WORFH HAPPENING  BRIEFLY TOLB  Canada To Be Represented At Meeting  ���������To 5e Heid At The Hague  IS. "J. Caboury, Deput3r Postanastor-  Gerieaal, will- represent Canada at the  Conference oai International Air "Mail,  whack has been called by tho Inter-  national Postal Union Lo be hold nt  The Hague on Septeanber 1. Twenty-  fivo countries win send delegates aaid  repa-esentatlves of the leading aircraft eoanpanies <j������ tho world will be  present. Temporaa-y agreements wall  remain ia force until 3 929, when they  will be submitted, to the Universal  Postal Union, which, meets ita London  iai  thai year.  "it is still hoped by Glacials here to  havo some experimental flights made  during the coming fall, probably iaa  the Gulf of St. Lawreuce, iai order  to have definite information, upon  which iu o<iU for iendeis  spring. The experimental >vprk  .matter of arangement between  Pcs'tofSee Department and 'the-  partment of National Defense.  is a  the  Why Hobble Along  Automobile accidents claimed 573  lives in 77 large cities ot the United  Stages during the four weeks ending  July 16.  Kinjiro Matsuklaira. a Japanese,  born in the United States, has been  elected pin.yor of T5dtr������ontons Mo-' He  was unopposed in ahe balloting.  Rex. W. B. Tighe, president of the  Ottawa district Baptist Association.  is dead. He was 57 years old and was  fonaierly stationed at "Winnipeg and  Yorkton,''Sask.  A consignment of half a million  King salmon eggs from British Columbia for a private firm in Argentina,  has been shipped from Paget Sound.  The eggs are to be placed in a tributary of ttiqj Rio ue I*a Plata.  Captain 2"T.  A.  Sullivan,  captain  of ���������  the Renown, which took the Duke and j  Duchess   of   York   to   Australia,  was j-  Invested by the King at Buckingham :  Palace with the  Insignia of  a Com-  suandei* of the Royal Vietorsan. Order.  The annual crime loss in the United  States  is "about  $3,000,000, it waa  stated at  Atlantic City by  delegates  ���������aiTiving for'the thirtieth aanaaal convention of the National "Surety Company,   of   New   York,   which   opened  t J acre.  The first system of aerial transportation for passengers, mail and  express matter in the W<est Indies  will begin operation- about October  1. It will connect points in Cuba,  Santa Domingo, Haiti and Porto Rico,  and flights will be made twice each  . week.  Miss Sarah Puller, pioneer 5n  teaching the deaf to talk, died/ at hei  home, Newton, Mass., iai her 92nd  year. She was associated with Alexander Graham. Bell, whose teaching  or the deaf and the study of acoustics  led hian to the invention of the telephone.  The Dail J-'lreann has voted .������2.0,-  000 (about Sfl 00,000*) in a lump sum  as a provision for tlae widow ano  child rcn of the -later-Kevin O'liaggaub.  vlce-pa-esident of the Fi*ee State  Council, who was assassinated recently. The money is vested aai trns-'  teos.  Carrying with them marks of merit  in the shape o2 some of the most coveted trophies iai the Empire, part of  the Canadian Bisley team arrived  home. They brought tho Kolaporo  Cup aaid the McKinnon Cup, both oi  which they won at the Bisley meet-  ing.  Recognized as a leading specific for  the destruction of worrits, Mother  Craves* Woran Exterminator has  proved a booaa to suffering children  everywhere.    It seldom fails.  0 Afito f  vvaii<3i  Mountaineers Fai! Again-  Towering Ice Wall Prevents Scaling  Of  Mount   Robson  The great ice wall ihat guards ihe  approach to the summit of Mount  Robson turned back tlae two parties  fioantho naountaineeii of Seattle who  sought to reach the peak, and anoiher  gallaait failure must be added, lo the  mail* that?Tia\e been ahe lot oi laiost  Alpinists who have iai I ted tlao strength  and skill of man against the might of  this giant peak, oi ilae Canadian  "Rockies.  Tin*' mountaineers admit their defeat, but in their losing fight again.sl  insuperable odds, thvy added auoth-  er brilliant cltaplea to a history which  is bright among lh:> Alpine Chain of  the world.  Ou aheir asreait from Ihe lloor of  the valley to the high camp., they  fought   a   driving   rain   .vml   lo**.   lying .  3UilDAi Dvmii;LJLfc&ON-  AUGUST  14*  DAVID  BRIINfGS-    THEVaRK?  TO  Ien. Text: -'"We -slasfttbe satisfi  hes jsoo.dness of Thy-house,,T  Gold  with the,  itoiy lempje.Kr-fsalm..  Lesson':/ 3 rSaaia\Uel ."2.1-1};  I-15;   Psaim 24.  " '  Devotlaaaf   Jleadintr; ' Psalm  10.  fied  hy.  Stf-l-Sii* 6?  si i-.i  77 "WBiTsa.  If-'..  Explanations and Comments  J. David Made King Over Judah.  2 a, l.���������David -weiat northward, with  all has household and. his mens some  six haaaidred Of them (1 Sam. 27.2; 1  Chroai. 3 2) fa-ona Ziklaig-, where lie had  been living with the Philistines as  their vassal, and' there settled In  Hebron and in the cities round about  Hebron. Thither caiaie the men or  Judala aaad anointed David, king over  tlao house of" Juchali. "How much  choice they had in the matter is diffi-  .^,  diiUcull   cult to aayrThc iTjastei- of afVlevtitod  than a.aait ...soy   baud of seasoned soldlea-s wii<5''a'A*er>*'  Clouds  which   aaiade   progress  a-lad dangerous, liigher  Han   to   contend  -vvith  ;,leet  and  latei , d>angea*oia-3,ni{i^s to e^  agraiaa.    whfcfai'   the    weather    cleared, ' hand, tlie? publicdefeiise was likfely to  with siab^'-iiaat was ofien waist deep. S ^ZtLa^u?t \������ ������*  **%>&$*&  *.������������������ ,    , ,      ,    ,, . v.v    ;--.-.-������������������- *������nd theai David had ailwaj ^a been well  Over  and  through all  these obsta- j disposed  towaikl   his own people." ���������  cles'they struggled <miy. to fiaid (heir j Sanith.  way 'finally and-completely baa-red .-by j     IL    Th,? 13ual Kiurftdom, 2 5 1o  4.12  of ftoven and i\ half years  by  tlie  text   omitted   frona  f  Doai't   cut corns  with an old r^or.  Infection followed often by death .may  result fa*om paring corns with an in- I  fected knife. Quick, safe i-elieC comes |  fronv using Putnam's Com 12xfa*actor. |  If afflicted with    corns,    calluses    or i  sore  footlumps.   use  "Putnam's"---it's j  i-eliable  and   sure   to   shrivel   lap   the j  corns so they drop right off. No pain, j  no soreness, but   -quick    relief    from  sore corais comes to ail who use. Putnam's -Painless   Corn   Extractor.   25c.  at. all dealers.  ���������_-_-.,-_^j   the  ]���������A period*  is  covered  our lesson, during which David was  king of Judah. and Isbbosheth, the  son, of Saul, was, kincr of the Northern  Tribes. During this ti.-aae there were  eoaatinual leuds '~betweeh~ the rival  gea:erals, Abner on ihe north and  Joab on the soul la, though we have  the record of only one battle. David  seems to have kept out of the contests. His power. eoDstantly increased, while that-y ofyIsbosheth, who  seems to.ylaave Vbeen only atool in the  hand<s of Abner, ,depa*eased: Then Abner made overtures to David to make"  the latter king of Israel. Perhaps Ab-  aaer was moved by selfifihp motives,  It is a truce only. Some other ] because   he   saw,    thatVV?isiibbs5ifeth^s  ���������''.lie great-ice cliff thai  tlaa*ew a barri-  caid'S across the oaily. approach-to the  sunaaiait.    More than eighty feet high,  in; soane  plaices   a   full   hundred,  tills  l.era*Uic  wall   of   ice  ros..e   almost   pei*-  peudicularly' t'rQw the lower glacier.  There was no way  up ii,    no    way  | around.     To     arialce -  either   attempt  | was   to"'-"court   instant  death?    .There  I was nothing to do but    re*h*eat: and  with   (he   monarc-h  lhe   battle  fRobson is  leave   the  honors  of the* Rockies.  For this year at least  of the mountaineers witla  over.  day they will eoiiie back until their  coloa-s of white on a background of  green float from the silver turban of  this giant of the .north. Meanwhile  they-will, content themselves with  ascents of. lesser peaks, the sentries  -*j ���������  ���������l-'IIESE   two   panaplilcts, tttrparcfl  A from actual  experience oy  <>o\-  rrnmei'it pxRcrts, contain iiiforniation  vi gcsuinc-valuc en any farm.  "PtMervIng Fruits and Vegetables in the Home"* is n 46-page  booklet particularly valuable at this  time. It goea very thoroughly Into  ,-vcry department of canning���������fruits,  vegetables,-jam*, jellies pickles, etc.  It discusses the various metiaocfc and  ������- makes tnaaiy recommendations helpful towards better preserves and  fewer spoilages. Contains 74 different rec'pes.  "Rabbits"���������slves the real facts  about this proaiiabie farm side-line,  rsarntioaing pc.rr.ic5ji.iriy ahe popular  Chinchilla.: Explains the ch-inces of  money������malfinB in meat and pelts���������  dciaiiin)5 carefully tiie best methods  . oi housing,? feeding, breeding, niar-  -   ��������� ketrntr, curing diseases and choosing  -.-'?     l)fc6dSJ -V '  ���������-'-':'.-     .Over   500   other  pamphlets   on  '���������-: farming subject"; are available. Write  for the 192 7 list.    FiU in and mail  '- this slfp post free to  -    *     PUBLICATIONS BRANCH  Department  of  Agriculture,  .Ottawa,   Ontario.  Pit.L.se  send   ane   free   pamphlets  on:  '  together aviili liot of all' fre>c parapliieits:  \'ame  Post ^   .    ..-���������?;  office*...-._.,...;  R.R. Xo...S....  JProvbice   31  colossus Resplendent, Numni,  Wbitehorn. and the, other mountain^  that rise from this beautiful valley  where millions of flowers of a million hues bioom eveti to tiie eGge of  the glaciers, and show-capped pealis  tiiait" girdle'itf-meet' with the sKies iaa  an eternal tryst.  Historical Data  Exhibit  Days   In  Advert l.sUiK experts predict, Haiti,  ilae volume of newspaper advertlsinpr  will lnereas?e 100 per cent, rlaarlm* the  next ten ycorfl.  Shirring Is Shown On a Dainty Frock  For the Junior IMiBs  Chamiingly simple is the cleniui-c-  frocla* shown here and is a style tlae  home modiste will land ttuite easy to  1 fashion. The opening is at tha back  aaul shining fonns an attractive self  trimming aa*ound the neck, at tho  waist and lower edge o������ the long -rag-  Ian sleeves. No. 15-18 is in sizes 8, JO,  12 nnd 1-1 yeaa*s. Size. 10 requires 2%  yards 39-iaich, or 1% yards 54-inch  material, anal y������ yard 3(3-inoh lining  for stays under the shining. Price,20  cents tho pattern.  Homo solving brings nice clothes  within the reach of all, aiad to follow  tho anode is delightful when it can he  done so easily aaad econoaaaioally hy  following the stylos pictured in our  now Fashion Hook. A ehiirt accompanying each pattern shows tho jja^a-  terial ������s it nppeatrfl when cut out.  Every detail is explained.so that, tlae  Inexperienced sower can make without tiatilculty an attractive- c1i*p.bs.  Pa-ice of the book 10 cents the copy.  Relics Of  Old   H.B  North Canada  Relics of the history- of the Hudson  'Bay Company were exhibited ��������� jii Winnipeg recently  for    the    first    time.  Many old documents, books .-from old  libraries used in the long night of the  Arctic, swords, guns, marriage licenses, signed  before  the  company ofli-  cea;s, and examples of iife from every  |. part  p^  the   country  touched) by   the  company were on view.  A model "of the Nonsuch Ketch, -the  little ship that dared the icet floes of  Hudson Bay in 1668, a facsimile of  the charter granted by King Charles  II. in 1G70, talong with the deed of surrender of the Ian tl by the Hudson's  Bay Coanpany to tlaei Dominion of  Camulra, portrayed the historical  events linked up with the opening of  the north country. Andrew MeDer-  mott's peppea*eorn lease of land for  1,000 years on payment, of. ono popper-  coa*n a year is among the collection.  stav was waaiug;, pi- ;a^il|isl^Vre  sented the suspicion^ of * - Ishbosiieth  that he was seeking the throne'himself in taking to himself one of Saul's  secondary wives. David demanded  as proof of Abner^s loyalty-the retaaraa  of Micharl, S*^r^idaugiit���������!r,|for as the  son-in-law of Saul David would, be  heir to Saul's throne. Abner seems  to luive compelled Isbbosheth to bring  this about. Abner visited Hebron,  was hospitably entertained, ?aiiid de?-  parted,, and then he -was treacherous-  ly ; slain, by... Joab.-y (Ishbosheth,,could  not long maintain his kingdom with-  out.,Abnet^^^  r-jaid finally isbbosheth was stabbed to  peath in slumber by two' of his  cap-.  ?tains.A*tn..great^liaste tlufy; carried his  ?heady t^ltoavidVas-fiE-piwelepan e present,1  but theyyiiad Vy^ife^^ni|5their  |man?V  Thej^-miafc thesvasancag ilat^ii? t.hatsJG������avid|  had meted out "to the Anialelui^ who  ���������claimed, to have slain Saul.  f   Only   the uninformed     endure  agony  of  corns.     The  knowing  iiPDly  Holloway's  Corny Removea-  get relief.   *:%gzt/, 'V'% ;*; :''??"V'?V;^p  the  ones  ano  Favorite Author Of  a. xiuvc     v/i  tt aic*>  V| ������������������  SrlllC'SlfS  'lake  a   boll le  your  Ult    bag.  feet.  of   IMinard'B   iaa  Relieves    soa-e  /   How To Order Patterns  WK  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175  J^cDeruiot Ave,   Wlnnlpog  Pattern   No...-    Size.. M,,������.  For Scalds or Burns.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctaic OH is a staaidard remedy  for at he laronapt treatanont of scalds  and burns. ItB healing po\ver quiekly  soothes tho Jan in. andaids a speedy  recovery fVoni the iaijury. It is' ailso  an excellent, remedy for jail mnaiaiea-  of cuts, bt'iiisoH nnd spralaia, as well  as for relieving tho pains arising  IVoin iniUunmatJou of various kinds,  A bottle in tho honso aaad stiahlo saves  many a doetoi's and voterlnaiy's fee.  Bocit Service Superior To Train  Ca-aek do have trainR In "^merh'ta  tire far saiporior to 11 id ho In Raia'ope,  and yet train service has not: kept  Pftco with f.teanvHhlp service In the  past. i*i������ years. U'o had crack eaunon-  ball expresses a5 years ago when the  transatlantic liners \vei*o rolling tubs.  Today Ihey tire, floating palaces. Oiae  ansver oaiconnh.'Jw iaiipaadej.it seivruat.-.  on first elaflrt liners, and that, can aiot.  be  said, of ilrst elans  trains.  Kipling Is Only One He Quotes  From  v-    Memory   ''-v' ���������'  t   The Prince of Wales probably a-ead  fnaore as aa. boyythttn he.has done since,  lie was given a 'simplified, editioaa  ol* :  Captain   Cook's- ���������'Voyages   of*  Discov-  oa*y" by  Kiiig Iiidward  wlaeii  he w<as  seven  years   old,  aaid  this  hook  ab-  ,������oa*bed hian  al   once.  His  then  tutor,  .in  a  monthly  report,  remarks:   "The  prince  is ���������,; to> engrossed -with   Cook,"  which Jed to,-Kim. being ���������'.deprived  of  "Voyages bf blscpvery" for a month.  ?   l\Iaeaulay's<'.l><ays of 'Atacleiat Rome"'  naade a strong appeal -  to    him,    es-  'pecially  the  lny   that  1ells  the  story  or tho Battle of Lake Regillus.    The  jay entitled. "Tho.���������������������������".Spaniard"���������finished  by  another  writer���������alt'o  Strongly' sit-  traded    him.      But    a    selection,   of  T^ongrellow's poeaaiK given hlua by the  Duchess  of  Conhaughl  decidedly   did  notv  "Ilow .do..���������you   lalu>   aiaw   baiok  of.  pooms  I    gave    yoaa "    the    prince's  grands-iuiU a������kod him a little lator. "1  don't   like   it.   at   all."  was   thn   frank  reply.     "I   think   they   na-e   dreaiM'u'lly  dull."  '.Plan pa-laao.e _began ���������. to read Kipling  wheaa he was' twelve, and frona that  time Kipling has been ��������� his favorite  author.. Kipling is ��������� porhapaja tho only  author whom lie has ever i/uoted from  memory.  Establishing Airplane Bases  Three"   Bases   Will    Be   Completed   At  Eariy Date ii** Hudson Bay  'y'a V -IV :l y s^r*?ife^r*������?.4.^  "I plates'|Sayj- Ruiaejt^-ilife^Hiidson's Bay  Company's ship which    was   on    the  the rocks off the DiibiTidor coast, laas  beeai hauled off without serious damage andflaas ?ctontintied y hei???? voyage.  Radio - messages'"'"to" this- *effecfc' -"--were  -.received Tecently- by?-the marine 'ale-*  jpartnirU.^fi-om^ the .government steamer Beotiiic, 'wiiich is" cafryiaig:"the" air-a  plane expedition north to the Sti*aits|  ^v^he Beotiiic reported  that.:*the..si.tql  fof "t|i������ fir^tA^iapla-t^?Lhad "b^n"^i?lect^  ?Si*.jat- a.^oI'ntyne^y.;t!ie nofi^epaf tlp^  at fiabraaor Vat tlie ea^terrarc^altiet otl  the  Straits.    Two  of the  six Fokkesf  seaplanes "will be left there with avia|  tors and mechanics, a doctor and as-**  'sistaaats. c< .^*k-*, t  :y .r-T[|he'rsecb^|jbase"ywni?^ established?  midway"tipHlie^tVMti; aiad the third]  at thet western end where the Straita)  yjoin Hudson- -Bay.    It is expected byi  the eoananander oi? the expedition, ac|  cording  to tlie  radio  messages,   thai!*  the 'three '.basest-^vilt   be completed?  within three, weeks ..and,,flying opea*a-?  tion?; -will .begiw at,oiace>? ?!  / '������������������-. **% - v  Queen's fJewels Priceless        ������  ���������1} " )!  Wonderful   Gems   Found   Qn   Mummy?  In   Egyptian Tomb ���������?  Among recent important-discover-';!  ies' iai. Bj-^pt;'*'according?^  tifin corresponiient, in .tho ������������������flndihg iai  Egyi,i)t*S:\''\vp.a5terh desert of$;'tomb cony  trtinirig tiae"mti.mmy of ii woraian, proi  saunably a queeaa, covei-ed with jow-*  (3ls of pa-iceless description. Aaaaong?  these aa*e eighteen bracelets of gol^j  iiiijl silver^ lSy,ofrnocklaic'es in^Lhrilliant������:  011 her laeclc and "a superhead crown"  jatuttded'with ba-Illlaaaf 8. Near the body}  wore found other necklaces Iji sap-;  phlres and brilliants, also a statuettei  btfitutifatlly carved frmm --'-porphyry.-  Hiorbglyphlcfl on tlao lonib "Indlcaalo  thtit the body Ip that of a princess  who lived three thousand years ago.  but  Jt ha������. not. been  possible yet  to  establish to what  longed.    ,  tiyntiHiy    sue     ue-  iiiiatoBiyyiMwl"hira''||liiM",^IWI~|^������iir  Clay Products In the West  flay  products made    in    Manitoba,  Saskatchewan,  Alberta    and    British  Columbia'Iant. year wei'o    valued   at  51.B20.915.   compared   with    $1.412,5.17  rim  1/ailled    States    innniifnetuavd    for  tne   provtoaaa  year.     Alberta  led  Niuno  Town  > *  ���������**���������   ���������  M  W  n.   ii.   icys  a hundred billion clgarelteH lasit year,  laaoiit of whU'h were nnioked by young  I f������i(������n   'vim  f.!iy   ll������������������y l|oi'i>|'   >ni<l   \\   r>l������������ii^*>i>  ! to nave any money.  wltlf   a production valued at $8<M.fK'L!.  Vihi   1*11 ia.   *'iivo.  yrHirntOf   let^  ������>f   t i**iia���������  ible by aiot borrowing It.  It EJida Pain Begone. - When aatua-  ralgla raelrp the nea-ves or liaanbago  cripples tho back is the time to tost  the virtueh of Dr. Thomaa' Kclectrlc  Oil. Well rubbed in it will still the  pain and l������ro<Ju������-u u .sejiMUhjia oJ ea.se  and reVl. A trial of it will e.-tiibllsb  faith iu it.    .     ���������,    >  ProGpectlna At Smithers  A report i-eceived. frona Smllhrrs,  Central Dritbih Colunibiu, HtaUm that  more actual now prospecting haa taken i������hiee In that urea during the past  t v." five *'n'Vfatbn * i������ n *ii tn o.������������* ������v<><'nd-  Ing twelve yearw.  ���������  Put Clii With Bftiflh  "Gilding the li|y" ,ha������ been, applied  to peaches as a commercial proposition. II took t.hi3 public Homo time to  discover that tho - beautiful bloom oai  a great deal of line looking fruit wn.i  put oaa with a brush- Complain***  were an ado to tho police. Jbut the  police unonielally replied that their  eyes weion't uaiy better iban those of  iHlritoiiiei'^ who buy the ������ruU. The  fi'tuid, snuad has been InKtrnoted to  atop   the   panetieo.  Father:  "I  am not at    all    pleaiwed  with thh* report from your teaehei'.*'  Youth: "I told her yen wouldlaa'f be.  ,    -.    . ,,i     t.      ,...,������..  ,    ...������   >.        r.. -i   it!-.-.  U.Ut,   <������U������. ���������*������liO    ** Utt.tt   .-i...������j   ������v.      tut...*   JH.s  u woinuia, Isaa't It?"    * / "7  *-* <" i j  tjrtfs Si'  /<?  JtUiiVJUbiW*    &lxCiiiK5iX>lN,    B,    O.  M.  -*-r-  .ali  HI  I  <.���������***.  ft p-ftHfffl V  .  "r)<'w-'-^*  w*l//W[\   cm %  jpn   ,?'t.  E  ^'  i'**0   -'< J  ���������������U-I t  ii  Betty Buzz stairs in screen comedy  LIT spra^ clears youf homie of flies and mos-  JL* quitoes, It aiso kills bed bugs, roaches, ants,  and their eggs. Fatal to insects but harmless to  mankind.   Will not stain.   Get Flit today.  Distributed in Canada by Fred J. Whitlow & Co., Limited. Toronto  . DJ2STJROYS  Flies Mosquitoes Moths  Ants Bed'Bugs Roaches  "Theyelloiv can  tetfb tbe black band"  PAINTED FIRES  ���������KTTCTfr -IT T"E?    T  J.-* JUJUJuJLJU    JL������.  ���������KJT   ������^'*  TtavTiT-i  JL^XCVJIU W 1"N v*������  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,   1925  CHAPTER V.���������Costanu^ti  Helmi sang as she did everything  -else, without "the' slightest ' trace'"1 of  iself-conscipusuess. She, stood in. sth.e  ' doorway with* 'her hands! 'beiaind' hier,  I and to. .the ..gray-haired ladies, who lis-  tened she seemed like the embodiment of hope and. youth and aspira-  -pf6n^������-1������^^  f    "Keep j^oav .-.r-sowiing y when i -you've  & . --"-yy.sy-iy y-i.   y     #    t .^ :c -��������� a-.  r massed."youry1crops.   ���������        "���������-~- '  r|' Keep on* dancing when  theyyfiddle  .������ ' stops, V..  f. ������y y Vf .f'Vfflj^'y   '  ly  | Keen on faithful when the curtain  elegance and beauty she felt herself  expanding like a Japanese watei  flower. Even the sniell of her friend's  house was luxurious. Miss Moore's  liotise Smelted of soap; clean "clothes,  moth balls, and soup with onions in  iC fpleasarit enough, "too, in. "its ' cood-  anon. coarse way, but the Eoctor'S:  VhoMSf^smt-^.^  one word to dsceribe It., ^he had -net-.  ti ced ^the ,-/��������� same ? d������eliclqu������4 odor  in  a  sh6r#in'Hersi33gf6a?s"beforeshe sailed?  Jt w&s ofyflpwers... ir&pfainter time, |i  ���������iri-cb. lsmeiijiwlthithkll.iaiipalpable hint  " '?���������"���������-. y-.    ' ?"? - ',"   ""    "'���������*"    -, ������ if.  I-  .Andyy-,ou;31'gefe there in the morn-  ing!  "Ke^p on trusting iri  the cause*.of  .right,, vf   ''���������'_   _" '^\.. _ "H}^!'},!...',:,:  Keep  on   loohing to  i he dawn.  Oi  ll'crlit        ' ._"' " i-ww  Keep  on   fighting   tall  you've   woaa  tii|-.^sf. .*��������� ^9  ^Sf| v Hi   ,;%  ^nif^&tt&^gef'ithefeliialttiW anorn-  ing." -  ^*Slt:rr.*r-*!i; f-^w .>������..'.'.' V-*-i.r  -iHelmi's lessons went oaa. She could  mvett,*' or "Would you please wait  cgjie mtntua." followed bj^ "Tank you  ���������fl^y much."  "P/|a    civil     tongue,     Helmi,''     Miss  ^[ciore 'had "told h^i\ ;"arfiay not  take  M>~y. aa far, ns a pretty, face, but it will  ii|il|e you alpaig ai safer road.",V  ll^elnii  lived  for .the days  she had  ifeaf lessen,.    Iri    tlae    alamosphei-e   spi  ,    .    . .-^.  fjetn  |Sufff ered So SKe CbwM Not  ||Walk. Restored to Health  P 3 by Lydia E. Riikliahi'a r  fl i  Vegetable Compound    v  ,S?f 5; Mineaang, Ontario.���������."I am ajarac-  ^ti^tt^Murfto'and'l"^ t.ydaa'  ��������� ��������� S, Pltikhiim'ftVoKstii'blQ Cotiipound to.  ysnflTerJnjf, w.omcn.   Fojp. thr.e.o naontUa,.  I waa almost hclplesfl naid could not  tttl'tit'th&tablti Aottft enough to <4i"irtk  a cup of ton.    Many a tamo nayima-  liaaaq' carried me tO)..l)c4li;>d wonld^.bo  Howeaki   Then hq? rend iri tho pnper  of a'Woman Butl'ering ,sia!U di^1 "who  got better a/te t? taking thtf Vearetftblo  Compound, no lie went and roT- it for  me.   \V hen I Jwl, iaKori thvco bottles,  I wiih jiiRt lltcoiatithwaVomart ancl  have had eplcndJ(1.health ^.Y.c:i,"flinco.f  When I fool any 1>efirhij?-(lown piianB  1  always take it; eometamen alaaalf  bottle or whatever I neod.    It in my  only medicine andIhayo toldnrnny a  ono about it, -Any-ono wantiupf to  know mora about Lydia K. Paaakham'o  Vegetable Coi-npound. I will gladly,  write'toi.lier.1.   I do all I Vrihi to-.rcc^,  ommend it for T feel I owe laiv lifo  and HtrenKtlaa >fo\ it;'',��������� Mw  -NBAl*  Rowaistt, R'.tl. 1 ( MincBinp:,'Ontario.'  Do yon fool broken-down, nervoun,  and weak flomct*inaoa? , Boyou havo,  than horrid feeling of fiar which eomo-  tamen cornea to women when thoy are.  not well?   Lydia K. rinkham'fi veg-  ���������idtaWe Ceaiin^und k.excollent to tako  nt'tiacH tt time. ��������� It nlwn'yfl'holpn, "and  if taken reirulorly and , paroistently  ���������swill relieve this condition.     -! -" CJ  v  W?' W. ��������� IT.     lflpff  of luxury which was so dear to Helj  nii's"- iieart^-^cuiii--days slie rode ih:  ,the.v.car}-v^itl^  is  the  soft  gray plush  cushions aiid  the sparkling glass   vase   at the sides,  which the Doctor    kept    filled    with  fat'sli carnationsV- Even the floor��������� <|f  the   car  had* a velvet carpet,  and f������,  light came on in the roef by merel^  Ipatshjiasg^^.. bija;t|i^nf < &ILej mi jjstried   ' ^p  ^wSi|e^**|-iiet|es^fiom^%.ti^l^ ii,  >flSalCr-i'in!-'%iei'liacrd;'" WbrRirag^world   at  ���������hoine^ .with its    meagre    vocabulary,  there vrere no words���������^^ell^jff?. I1^1*  magniflcesce. "There was    only    one  word*to cover it all, and it was Eng-  ., Usl*a,.,,?V!ad...if ...sli.e^had,, -^rltten ^ome the  ?j^iB*-di^if\rr^t^^^ it  would have .misled people tcj fthank  the ���������sarVttad.sustained a bruise ������������������ o% had  contract^djyTOimapS. jf p-      ;  Kefani had to lewn new wo'rd!^, for  she was .'experiencing V new % thrills  each day. Mrp. St^fJqlm toolc^ her  osce a.-wretefc tof-thp Moving Pictures  -Theatre, where Hedmi'sat spell-bound  and dazzled. From the time sliie en-  tbred the enchanted place untijil she  came out again Into the sunshines she  knew notbting of the real : world.  Watching .the pictures she cara������ up  the aisle seeing no one, conscious of  not^Jtig.f.fitiiwblin^ on- fl-ao step'sViyithou t'knowing there 'was ft. stop, br^that  elna.}"had Vstunabled, followiui^V her  CriOhd'vagaioly'to a scat, and -sijting  perched on the edge until eowie ln-  aMftnant porson behind her told; bor to  sit down and let somebody else ;seo,  with an impsitlent 'What in tlrebiiriiat.  tery with-; youf anywoyT-*; ������������������f'^VV'fV../"^  Tlio world Helmi cntoraSd tiaa-ough  tlio gVCon"plush' doGi's", laid hibld on  ban* InipVesBtdftablo-"> yowiie^e-o^ti ;���������-Sa>e  saw lovely UuiioB In ta-alllug beaded  ���������'���������*lVte>������jb'9yr������-, jftn'S;!^������*|>l*ja^iaK j^wei*^;" loa^Jug  ���������tholi-yolegailt'fhoat^e^^ go-^lth their  ���������lbve'rs.'abd' ^ftrt-^ounfe ateno'graivla.'  or.y wearing deal coatn and bats thi^y  cojild ciap ^n'i'iielrtbeads'and always  look juat Kraritl, aml.v/ho married tb?o  old'ninn'ti:'Wayward son and saved tbo  old man's bualuosa from ruin by llaa-  toi'aliiB.at.tho.door-vfben tho bad 3n4n  wore plotting, Thon and ihoro Xloiml  detonnined. ������he would be a steaib-  ���������gcaphor..,,., ;���������,   .-.,,. ,vr., .. ���������*. '..- "*  So'metlnaoH when riding on a street  oar.Hol-ini, ytVevUl pick out soino  weatlici'ibq^tcn old business .mun "���������.vl'^b  wiry beaia'd whoaat flho hollevod mlgljtt  b6' her'future employer. It becaa-aie  laer dollfchl to -*5lv������ aiy her weait jo  nneli, ,-ralber, to thefr dlacomflture.  'f?ile ^eit II:'oTily right that alii^ nhowld  pay then** tlila little attentlon. {91'io  T.'Qli&rciL firoaJly' uliOUl tlio cc;;��������� tit  tlfe.-ae men���������-������o naucli would depend <in  ���������iho  Hon..'-" -.--   .'.-.-     ������������������ ������������������   *���������������������������������������������.-  'After  that' ht^fr'teacher   could   not*  keep enough words    ahead    of    her.  EIo*hr>i  l?ept   a list   of  words   pinned  over the sink -%hil'e slip washed dish-  s, tuid< Iai betweeta" "her jnoments of attending to the leal bulsness of dishwashing she practised her sentences:  Tha  lady Us  beautiful.      ^  She hasan felegant coal. J  "Will you go for a drive?  Have a chocolate?      *  ���������  .. I _adore ehocolates:  Miss Moore, .who  tried to help on  the good work of Canadianizing. this  young pei'son *>tliofciiad   come to  our  shores, wrote on ber sheet:���������  . "Honesty is the best policy."  " "Civility .costs nothing." .  . "Evil communications corrupt good  manners."  And. these Helani faithfully copied,  but they left her cold. Indeed, she  told herself in good Canadaan that  Miss Mo'ore's sentences wrere dum-  be!!s!  Further attendance at the* pictures  brought home another fundarmental  truth���������the lovely lady is always forgiven���������indeed*, she can do no wrong.  She may appear to do wrong, but  someone else is really to blame. She  tound this to be true with, the Boctor  and his wife. The Doctor loved her  even when s-he scolded him, pleaded  with lier when she pouted, laughed at  her extravagance though pretending  to be horrified, bore with all her  moods and rages. Helmi knew it was  because she was so beautiful. Everyone said the Doctor's wife was such  a lovely lady.'  No wonder Helmi now decideq  against stenography. She would, be a  lovely lady! And tbe words and sentences which appeared on the wall  were tinctured; with this resolve.  Helani was ^sttuggling with, ihe iesy  son o*n the beaver, in the Third Reader. "He is an amphibious} animal,"  she read, "living both on the land and>  in the water." She looked ^.Inquiringly  at her teacher, wliom, she knew, without looking- up. Wag regarding hevr in--'  tenttyV. '"'^f :'-}���������""V" ���������'"' ~:";r ' ""'"v  '"'���������   "Pshaw.   HelTjrat;; a   girl   with   eyes  like' yourS    doesn't    need    to    know  about amphibibus'%ninia.is^ Clo'se the  boob~tli"at Sviil ao for toddy. I "want  to talk with you.   Xife is adull place  anyway���������we have to take; what thrills  we   can.    I   get  a  thrill  out of you  some way, you - are -so1 young and pro-,  ikising.    NoWyI am going*to have ia  takrtyi5   The -Doctor is going ?E3ast in  a week.   -I-have' fi-t-ji^piarties -vylien lie  is: gone,, because xmy, parties and my  friends bore,, him :to tears.; So we, set  the dates to suit.    Andy besides  -his  mother, is?coming to, yisit .us- soon, and  I. want something new.:   You'te    the  newest thing I kiibWy and. so I want  you at my party;"*;   .--���������-.'���������:��������� ;  "I have no clothes," bejgan Helmi,  '_'for. style party." . ' V  "Listen, Helmi, I have*the clothes,,  closets full," and I know just how to  dress you.. You won't need to^talk,'  so don't worry over ;your English.  You'll be a young Finnish lady visiting Canada, the Prime Minister'**  niece, and my friends in Montreal  asked me to look after you. ' Ybua-  father is a shipping broker, and you  are on your way to Vancouver to join  blra,* We'll i'obl tliem, and when they  are all raving about you, and wanting  to dance with'you, in your'deliglitfut  broken English yoai will beg tliem to  excuso you���������you aa*e so, tired.' YOu  will slip upstairs, <;liang6 back into  your maid's dress, and come down  and help Manda to sor've. Now, come  and let me try-on your clothes. You  aae going to bo a symphony in green,  Holmi���������there's no color so dazzlim*  as green. Mauve dreams, red vavos,  but green sing.'?. You're to be n winging go'ddesn." '������������������.,'���������������������������.  Ilolml's eyos were dauclng at the  thought oE such a thrilUlg alventuroj  nnd when hi <1ip v^pflrvn' of eiirhnnt-  ment' upstalrH fti Mrs. St. John's  room, tho walls of Which were of pale  'green'?'brocaded   satin,, "tho.-������������������ hangings  r?    :- ^mighsenea i\ea men  ." ,*;?���������- *' -* ���������*���������   r1  '- -' ��������� ���������> _      ������������������  ^ki j     ^n.^.^.      . w^*i ��������� -   ������*%i������i _,/-_      .%'���������   ^     i j., bd   f - '-.-  "--  ���������" --* s~       " ,_v.     '  ������j Loya! To the Government  fWesterii newspapers are liberal in  tfaeir praise of Chief Thunderchlld,  -who died on his reserve near Saska-  |"������Q������   a    fpw   rtavs    nirn        T-To   ���������*������    csrHd    fn  ��������� r ^.. _-. _ _CT^. ��������� --. ���������.-_ -_  liave been the last of the old-timo  Chiefs, and as^suelv. signed., one of the  lialf-dozen treaties; "in^ ?tiie seventies  l?y which the red man sua*rendered  ftls prairie domain to the advancing  Whites.  '; Tlnindei'clijald   lUu'sfrated liow ffof-  - ���������        l * .".   Sr -1- i v  tunate ^jCan^d,a lias been in,its relations witii the"aborigines/ He was-one  of the Chiefs who refused* to join, Itiel  in the Rebellion of 1885, and remained loyal to the Government with  which ho had made a>cpvenant a few  3*;ears earlier. The organization of  ���������ftae Northwest Mounted Police in f874  ���������was a wise move by the Canadian  ���������Government,- and ihe indians * soori  learned the value ot fbe^ force..as a  protecting agency for illem? '  ! Crowfoot, the' wise Chief of the  Blacla'Coot tribe, out near the foothills, expressed well the view of the  enlightened Indian when he slgnert  the Blackfoot Treaty in lS77r "If tbe  police bad not come to the country,  where would we" *J11 "fie nJow ?" he said.  7Bad men and whiskey were killing  us so fast that very few indeed of us  would have . been    left    today.    Tho  fflH*S @*S-������S .   3   JUICY FRUIT Has .the ~Q  ���������Savor p������ fcesb, r������ne aficuitB.        ^lt  is.vl������en^icayttt   too,  "1 "eSeansiaexaoas^smd" t^etH,"  ~ toothing the throat  and helping  digestion.  a Kta rauj ssg  *? 'fc**1  H*a b***1  ^ II 111 m t U II  i 33  ~*  i  feathers of a-bird-"protect it-from the  frosts of winter."  ��������� Crowfoot/too, refused, to .loin in. the-  rebellion.1 a'rid *he~-welcomed- the railway as -the natural instrument of the  whiteJ^race which in tho������ Canadian  ^esti'had.ibefriended the natives who  iiad to give Way to new conditio ras.-^���������  iToronto Globe. ������������������.  Walk worthy'of-the Ijoi*d unto all;  pleasing, being fruitful in every good;  work.���������Col. i. 10. - -  T*rue woa-th is in being, -not seeming;  In doing each .day that" goes 'bj*?, -      1  Some iittlo good, not'in dreaming.  Of great things to  do by and by.  'w -" - ������������������A-lice Ca-'-y.  Not what we thanlc, but "what we do.  Makes saints  of us.  ���������Ibad.  vvia  a>'C*������'ci.;������jc  ItV ������lfS: -&^_-'i* -*.-* J.V  -ffty.jcjij.^H-jL.o.t'ev.t'c.Mt"  NO MEDICINE LIKE ~        1  BABY'S Omt TABLET^  Of  Underground Vaults In Bank  1/ England Are"Burglar PSfdfef? Jf"%%  |. Although workmen engaged, foaif the-  ;bew underground vaults of the Bjitak  |pf England, where all of Great Bri-*  |ain's gold reserve will rest, are  guarded from5 prying eyes by armed  |policem6ra!, sbnie details have leaked  ?but regarding what is said to be?the:  Iworld/s hardest;3o*b. -.of ���������; safe? cracking.y ���������  Undem eath the pre seni, -.^.a^pdt.,. are  |r������oncrete walls yflfty feet deep and  jfeeven feet ? bight* inidhes ' thfek. If  Somebody with felonious Intentions  |were to - tunnel through::- these?-lite  Iwould come into a passagepatarolled  fby guards -and. isrotected by every  Iknown alarm systean around aii four  Isides of the treasure. -  Once In this passage Wavy" tbe  fei-acksman would have to cut through  ^double grills of steel. The next step  ^approaching the swag oE several"hun-  |dreds ,;o,f ^anillipns :bf dollars ,:Ln....J[old.  fwould-^:*boKfe)" Vfeiiat "'throiigH^'d^oil's '$t>f.  |solid steel weighing 24 tons_. each.  :;Tlais would, te^ce... oxy-ae.etyjejae drills.  ^in the hands olr^eipe^is^t?^eiis t tixjpijjik  klays, These doors ' can be"'' swung"  'With light pa*essure of ono hand, If  Ithby arc? open. When they are locked  ?lt is different. - . ��������� ���������  For Either the Newborn Babe Of  ,r"^the Growing Child       '     I  if?.'- ���������%* ^ "0  }S'������������������������������������iljher^ is no other medicine to eqaaa*  Baby'sliK>wn Tablets i'or little ones-^|  whether  it be  for the newborn babf  pratheyygrrowing    child    the    Tablets  always do good.  They are absolutely^  tree   from   opiates, or   other .harmful  drugs and the?mother can.;aiwajrs feel  ���������safe;in.using;them..f���������.,>?ssa?i? " 'f'--  , Concerning the Tablets, Mrs.  John  Arnibur,   R.R.   1;     Sobtli^   Monaghaj4  Ont.,  says:���������'<eWe v haye y  thr&e    finf  healthy   child.ren,,. to ywho-m,  when  j|  mediciiie : is ?needed,: -see.  have  givej|  only? Baby's CwitiTablets;-v The Tab|  lets  are  the  best  medicine yon  car|  keep in   any home  where  there   ar^  yoiing children;"? ���������������  i.   Baby's. Own Tablets- are a mild but  ..thorough laxative which regulate thb  stomach and* bowels;-banish constipa}-  tlbn and indigestion;   break up co!d|  and simple, fever and. make teething  easy;      They  are    sold   by medicine  dealers or -direct by mail at 25 cent&  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medi|  cine Co., Brockville, Ont. %  oft^eg'BO-flnev, aionei -.ftho- r.UB*f :<������������,; plushy  green 'that tbW '"reminded1 heir *'oC -tho  loveliest mo'ss she had ovor seen, sho  found herself looking into, the glass  at a boautlfaii'gh-I In a eroamy groon  clinging dresfi, sliver sllppern, jade  earrings, anA.noeklp.co, a man-ellouf)  cloak at ahado doepor tlaau the "dreas,  and lined with flamo-coloretl BaHcL  lUui, aUtwuavi-xX ,aaid '^twn\ 11 nn?> all  Just'like a fairy story-  (To Ho Continued)  ';',"lWt!ier*^'",',Wbrbi' ,;"v-'l'bwders'-;'y-Jafo:-'': a  prom p t   rel i e ������   from the   atta c ks   o (  worms in clilldi-bn. They are powerful in. their,,ti������l;iojT and,,."wbllejcavlng  v-ndthlnB*' to? -be deeHardd as arw-di*aii'>.,ox-  pellant, have an Invigorating efCect  upoai tho youthful system,, remedying  fever, biliousness, loss, of-?, appotite,  slocplessness, and other'' ailments  that follow disorders caaised by  worms In tbe stoanach and bowels, f  Something To Be Proud Of  Britain,.Holds Enviable Place In Long  Distance Flying  The British record In long-dis-  tuncu flying is somothtng to be proult  of. Wo hove to our' credit tho hrat  conquest of the Atlantic both' by airship' riiad af roplane, the long array of  Empire illgiits by Sir Allan Cpbham,  and tho magnificent non-atdp attempt  to India which synchi-onl/ed with  Cohmel Ijlndbergh's Atlantic cross-  hag. Yet trt a-groat--extent; because  .woarc without, the, flair for self- advertisement which Is a conspicuous  possession of some other nation. Britain's reputation abroad l������ tending to  become that of ������m indifferent performer In tlio air, and pessimistic  critics at home are talkiaag anA .writing an It wo had fallen, Into a posdilon  ot hopeless Inferiority.  Able To Make Much Longer Non-Sto|a  #X. n*"i?>      w? '."*?. ���������v?^,M$ts I  It^aetoiy-m^^V^injgs  have  eclipsed  the feathered species. l^ndbergh'si  aaon-stop flight was 3.610 miles. Th������  distance llowu by Ohamberlln ant?l  Lev Ine Is estimated^ from 3,900 lo 4������-  -100 miles. The longest non-stbjp  flight's of "birds "itiavo^"'been " iboso of  Alaskan plovers froan tlae Aleutian  Islands to ,1-la-waii,-a distance at\,-2,-  ���������100 .Tbiles. and.; the" ariiatial wig rations  of golden plbvera from Newfoundland and Nova Scotia to the Leowarn  -Islands and the northeastern coast of  Soaath America, a distance ol' 1,700 to  2,200 snlles. ,,,",.*  It   takes   a   good   artist   or   a   good  actor to draw a good house. ;  Diarrhoea  Summer Complaint  M m$s*>       mm  ������������������������*���������������������������������*������*���������*      ,4 * m. ***>**.  rtc AiLwnr^ usu^  "    ���������"  ?-.,.:.,/��������� ���������������������������. e    .  *>������^pJJt'tr|.L.|-bU,  , -.E:.*HfX-',Of?:,'  ���������������IHAWBEK5t'-  **mmi<tw)itmimmmm  or, McLennan,  brt-y yfMtir* arigni  Mlnard'fi Liniment for scaly scailp.  "Fcyllaer,"    salA      little    * ������llokeya  "���������wo-ia.ftfl. lt*?r������iti'ldjk!v IIo*iry _ ttutt unld  "let* ii* havfl n^Ti.co'?'' '"Klvvor." wathl  old Wlckey? ���������'Nobody by the name ol  Patrick lv*>r  hAld  may lb I tiff Mko  lhal."  llmsband; Well, humk Uio Loral, aiie  car It   finally paid far-  Wife:* I������m*l. It aplendld! Now w ft  can tua*n It in on. a new ooo,  Mlnard'a  brut sea.  Llnlm������nt    for     cuta     and  .  Mr.   T.   V.   UcGt  Alta., wntiwi!���������'������������������ Over .    .          ���������w..  my mother med t������nrl������������ u������ t)r. TfomAmt'm  KxUaotoif Wild Strawl>������rary iot di������rrh������t%  atid/nunnacr coaxipkint. All through tha  yearn san<3������ tliion when troubled with iu������  oxoimkiJvo looaenaww of the bowels' I liavw  boern ������c<3UBfeomrtecl to t������1c������'������' f*w doa)������n of  ths aame old, reliable remedy and *%������������������  el-svayu ������e<enaifl to bave^tho d������4ired eflTftot^'  no mMUr what tli^ V-^iua<s."  Prorvr>t Acca git a' Cstatks^l '.ut������  Thin -v������ln������b1������ .pt-dpftMLtion him b������<mi  ,...... *���������������. ������> ^., ,.'i.������,-'������. t. #:.... a |.,"������, ,. i....���������������#������ ,,., .���������������������������  . ,    ���������  <Ut.   MWMMMHA.M4U*     H4.W   UWWM.A4M J.MM.M,   1>UV  up only by The T. MiLburu Co., I iiniuKJi,  1 o>rottlo4 Oni, THE. CBBSS'OB  ISSYEEW  O^Siienfors an  w  HE  ajagaaaaLH  I'flSlEBfM I  g  m a*ft|������6l-&g������# B  Away with dull care for a day !  Come to the monster  CO-OPERATIVE PICNIC  STA&TING   at   ELEVEN   O'CLOCK  Sheep?���������Yearling- ewes. I^eiceafceara  and J&erinos. cars supply farocts one to  100.     Also three good bucks.   F. H.  !>--,_���������������������   <n__������. ������. "  A series of addresses on the last  three "Frwite, of the .SjpariSr are being  ���������arisen by Rev. 8, Newhv.     Next Sun-  ������������������* ��������� ���������r���������~ ��������� -���������- -������������������"     ������������������������������������*���������.  Mower Fob SAi^i-^Seconhrtnd one-  horse naower, io Al shape. Order  your "repalr-a taefore they aire needed.  iQhaa.. Murrell, Farmers' Supply Depot.  r  Grasteir Seen! ol Seiiosl Iras*  .'AAA  ���������1 - _  usfc.  ���������^*a   ������3 tSfi  SSjljKI 'Mlfl  at the  a        BBBBMHH  Second BemL Goaf Rfoer  _ .  __    **m*jr*.**.mB**!a      ������tr*a? jr������aip A |l#    =.������=,^Z������  ������   #!������-���������������������    .___  1  for all.     FREE TRANSPORTATION  BRING YOUR BASKETS���������we will do the rest.  Oo-operation is the most prc^ressive  movement in the worta toaay.  STORE WILL CLOSE ai MO a-sw. Picnic Day  iwm ViSIsi Go^iprfts ism  Two Stores       s        ERICKSON  CRESTON  mm  xoHAiOJ&s-rOu grades: during Aug-  B& eent<a -for SMI mounds Sentem-  ber, SO cants for 40 pounds; ."briaag  vonr   own    containers.    Kichatdsaon,  Erickffin. |  Aud  Jfci.'O'.������������.������a������    fcjr.%.    O.M������jr    ..     ���������������*������������    <v<u������. ���������.*-  out nt their Orange Orphanage dance  ������t the Parish Hull on Wednesday  night, for'which the music was by  Mrs. la&ter's orchestra*.  The ten-day dry spell that prevailed  eiraee thr 0th was broken Wednesday  morning when quite a heavy rain was  encountered, accounting for a rainfall  of almost half an inch.'  Vast SAZ.E���������At Creston. six-romrtSHl  house, Rood garden 150 x 200 feet; few  young trees���������applee*. pears, cherries,  vegetables to Inst family a year.  Apply A. B. Davies, Oreston.  About thirty of the younger and  juveniie seet?on������ of Trinity Uniated  Church and some from Canyon -got  away yesterday/to Sanoa Creek,where  they will be in camp until the 27th.  Fob SAts orTbade���������For acreage  near Creston my $1500 equity in eight-  nora house in Victoria; mortgage of  81500 good as long us interest is paid.  Write; A. HL Taylor, Masonia, Idahr>.  * Wednesday's rain  is very much to  the liking cs forestry officials.     Up to  mm mmmvmmmn wise������  !  i  "W.  the iTiiduSe of the  I  Away back In the late sixties thousands of acres  of British Colombia's timber were sold for one cent  per acre, which looked like a fair price���������then. Today similar timber Is worth from -$1������0 to $2������0 per  acre, so tremendously has timber" appreciated in  value within th������ scope of an average lifetime*  What the yonng growth of today will be worth 60  years from now is beyond computation if it is protected from fire and allowed to reach maturity.  The moral is obvipus.  f  P>B^w@B*f������ 4Fot*w&$'Fli>*mmW  HAMS  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  H* Lm* i?OB/^/SOr\f  ������J4FtFHGTGft   A &OUOITOR  NOTM99Y PUBLIC*  Imperial Bank Bldg.      C#?^STOAf  W M. M.     W%'       *  ensiles!  I havo just opened ont a new.  to������!:.    A!!   the   latest   chad en.  Prices 50c, 85c. and $1.  A now range of Bow Ties at  35o.. or three for n dollar.  xr  Local and Personal  Fob, Sale���������Light wagon, *25; also  Kitchen Queen cookstove, JB15. Pochin  ranch, Canyon.  Geo. Jackel of Wyelifffo is here at  present on n visit with Mr. and Mrs.  T. H. Ireland.  Mra. McKenna of Waldo is a Creston visitor thin week, a guest of Mr.  and Mam Burner.  ��������� Cow Fok SAI.K���������Grade Durham, 8  woam old, ju������t freshened. tBO.' John  Sherwood, Oreston.  SiJAijKns���������For pnle, about 24 dozen  seniors, aU sixes and in good condition.  Mra. W, Fisher. Oreston.  bwt? as SiPes of &l\ softs reported, as  coxnpaared with almost 200 up to the  same date in J926.  Mr. and. Mrs. Chas. Davis, customs  officer at Kykrris (Porthili). were in  town on Monday, Along with Chas.  Rvtsert they had fust retasmed frons a  very enjoyable week's mctor vacation  at Banff and Lake libuise.  . Trinity . United Church Sunday  schobi was favored with ideal.weather  for the annual picnic on Tuesday  afternoon and the attends nee was in  the neighborhood of 2Q0. It was held  at the second bend of Goat River.  ii.. S. jaacCi^eatti,' loea* reprcseiitati ve  of the Imperial Oil Company, has  been notified that the Crcstoa-s a^smcy  leads them all in the Kootenay-Boun-  dary coaratry, including Reve'.stoke, in'  the sale of luforicatinaz oil for June. He  stood first tn April also.  The worst windstorm in years blew  at|alt points in the Valley for a couple  of hours on Taaiesday nipht and some  estimate that the quantity of apples  and pears blown tttawai by the gaie  will accoaant for a decreaefe of^t least  ^ per cent, in the 1927 crop.  Miss A= K. tTori* oaf Fernie has tseess  secured to replace Miss Hardy as  teacher of Division 5 of Oreston public  school. She has had previous experi-  en'cc������ as well ais having just .completed  a couase in Toronto, epecialazangr in  primarv work. Her work as teacher  Is commended by Snap. Manning.  Chas. Wilkinson of the Canadian  Forestry. Association, was in Creator,  on Tuesday, returning from his amoving picture-lecture tour of Bust Koote*  nfty points. He took some moving*  pictures here, of .the orchards as well  as . the O. O. RodRore box factory,  which he will use on the screen next  year. From here he Roes into tho  Slocan, and winds up in the. Cariboo  country lato in October*  Oreston nnd district is using at least  700 Rations of gasoline a day this sum-,  mer fnam the Imperial Oil Company  alone. About three weeks ago Mana-  ap:er McCreath took delivery of 14,000  gallons, and on Tuesday another cargo  of 6000, galtono wars pumped into tho  big bank. This is bulk gas only, Besides this there is ihe buuihk u* Case  gas whioh runs to SBOOOggallons each  month this time of yean.  s  3.  mm H    JL**   ^Lmam # >^2 -finf  West Creston will be favored on  Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock with  Anglican Church worship.  Chicickn Whibat Font SAMC���������Half-  ncre of-It, cut ind stooked. jnst right  for pnciltryman. nnmilrra at. Review  Office.  Kdgar Bennny In a hospital pntient  stt Omnbroo!s at prceont. He  Is laid, up with blood poisoning in one  of his legs.  The town flag Is flying at hnlf-maaBt,  out of rewpoct for Premier Oliver,  word of whose death reached Oreston  marly Thursday morning.  The new shooting regulations provide ������������������������- lin- deer H������*������������t������i>ii)i to ti|i������ni on  September let, which Ib  two weeks  ourliurjthan In other years.  CHIROPRACTIC  haa made a romarkablo record  in the oairo of chronic diae&BOB,  whioh havo been the oonupiouoaia  fnilnrea of other methodn o\?  treatment. The most brilliant  auoocaaeo of Ohiropraotio, however. Are in ndiuating: for nouto  dtaorderra, for in these the reoaip  oa-fttivo poworo havo not boon  woulcneil by long illneos and tho  resulta aro almost always prompt  and cerfcctii..  0_^ ^u   ^^t amWSmmm*^S%Sm9sWm%       tl  JSM    tL*  m J\m ifflg'TTlJM  IT^Jrfy fl**WW ffrntfr^        %^������Tw&W%%^m7l^r&mfl%%Hjfi If    %*W������jW  Hans tks muss ������f dltsats rsmovtd  ������3e 2.% Psret- "Yeas* U'elweaTftiiy  stest terra eossmsnoinK - SeptessrsbaR.  We ht>v������ an OKoelleht Staff of Teaohers, and students  attending this class are assured of escellenf- tuition.  The fees are $10.00 per ^;onth, payable in advance.  Applications should be mailed to the Secretary,  F. "W. BUBGBSS. Se������r������tsry.  If,  -������������������������ HW������J"B If* "���������%?*���������%  -���������m.nmmam.sws'l,  THI: JKBT EPfPEB 3US1HES3 C0LLE8E !?i BOTS9 Wimm  IIMDIVI^U  SQ17NP qdMMBBOIAIi TBAimN������ I3f  Shorthand. Typewritings Bookkcping, Pentntmship  .A^sffs-tng,    f*j-U7nfiWrC9Si     Mf*smmef$Cy    ^&tW7nsv-���������sssa  English, Commercial Law.  f, General Oi/iee  A British Coluambia College t&e British Columbians.  The CollesEe in which students either work or lea-re. (  NEW TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 1st  PHOHB 603.     IFEESs  $t?*������������ a Monik _     F.CXBGX14  .   ain and Colgate  C3k>ods Just Arrived!  su.  B������.J������.   /Vu.������.~.     OtrtsM*#A  9  ���������# * *������      ������  si Vrcssns, sOwd^TB^������%.tfu^Bsfi^,ipsHci%L^Uon8  Colgate's: Tooth Pasto, 25o������ Colgato*s Bhave Creanau 35������*-  Colgate's Sba-ve Stick. 40c        Colgate'a Stick Refills, S5o.  Also Brilliantine, Boap, Batidoline, Talcum, &c  & BOOK STORE  GEO. K. BIKI^JY  consists in spending less than  you earn.  It by caretui -economy you can  save money, you have taken a  IcEigstep tdwsirsS con������sntuS.cnt������  We pay interest on. Sayings fcsl*  ances and shall welcome your  accojrant* m  THE CANADIAN B^aNIC-  OF COMMERCE  OapSfiat V*u>u I7p $20|iauSiatj^kP  Rcavecvte rusid  $20*000.000  Careaton Branch  It. |. 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