BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Sep 2, 1927

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcrestonrev-1.0175047.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0175047.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0175047-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0175047-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0175047-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0175047-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0175047-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0175047-source.json
Full Text
xcrestonrev-1.0175047-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcrestonrev-1.0175047.ris

Full Text

 LY  v.  ^~*diitj*  ,  Vol. XIX  CKESTON, B. C FRIBAY, SEPTEMBER %  y  rtT,{ .  2������f^28  Over 300 Attend  j&^i te^*>. ^"*._      <-������  i-Op.  -" Picnic hospitality* of a very high  carder was dispensed on Wednesday  afternoon *t Creston's favorite picnic  ground rat the second "bend, off the  ������oat B!?sr; when the Orjeiston ������nd-  SSricksonstores of Creston .Valley Op-  Operative Association weare**at horned  ta their custouiera and ffricsids at srSs  cutlass casasnssncisg as<Il a, En, and  lasting till early evening, that had  something to keep the crowd of over  300 interested all tbe time, while with  a, dinner and supper, fifteen gallons of  annual affair, Thog������ in charge wibfa  to thank' all who so kindly furnished  free auto service,7 as well as the Premier garage who worked overtime in  transporting, equipment and supplies  to and from the groundsT^  mSmffMi  '&������������������������������  The "school is due to open for the^fttii  term. .on Tuesday, ��������� Principal Joe  Jantz will again  be in charge, with  <*���������������__ ������> .  4U.u������B jcvuna no <  Afl ������������=..      ������"������������������...  Tree teas   cream,   wnuo*!  Cbuuii*?  bathing, and a  peanuts galore, bathing, and a fine  programme of races the larga crowd  of children present j surely bad the  dantiest picnic outing of their lives.  The race* were in charge of L. Littlejohn, H. Young, T. R. Mawson, T*  Goodwin, and all the events -^es-e  largely entered, with the following  announced as the days' winners:  Giids and boys   under six   years���������  Jack Burnett. Clifford French. *        s  ���������  Girls, rise to nine-���������Irving Ferguson,  Bod" Davie     **-=  Boys, nine to twelve���������Ida Lancaster,  Dorothy McDonald.  Boys, nine to twelve���������Jim Downs,  Will Ferguson.     *       *  Boy*; ihe'^s leg ?������������s���������Jack Johnston  and Will Ferguson, Roy Penson~and  Stewart Spiers.  GirSs thffee srg sacs���������Ida Lancaster  and Helen Ho-pwood. Phyllis McDonald and NellieJPayne. -  Girls ihrp-a** leg race���������Frances Moore  and May Bedry,- Ida Lancaster and  Dorothy McDonald.  Boys, twelve- to sixteen���������DoUgltis  Spiers, Jay Bliss. ' _ -    "~  Girls, twelve to sixteen���������S, Ny-  gaarrd, Joyce Moore.       \    ^  Sack; race, ���������girls -faander >fc������^v*B-^Ck  Sack - araee-," oviar twelve���������Firances  l<ewis. Prances Moore.  Sack race, hoys���������Jack Johnston,  Will Ferguson. '. / ���������'\  Married ladies' race���������Mrs. Pryden,  Mrs. ������>oif weir.  Married men's race���������W. A. Palfrey-  man, O. Moore. ^  Married men, over 50 years���������H. A.  Dodd, T. Goodwin,  Peanut gathering���������Jack Payne, Brie  Martfn.yLen Bond, Sidney Abbott,  Nellie Payne, Dorothy maimer, Jim  Downes, Jack Johnston.  2i0f3afc.d������5was.to,..th;c midday spre������id;  and at least another 125 canae along for  ,the afternoon and supper, both  spreads of-eats being excellent, as to  quality and quantity with Teddy Masking and Era. Pension in charge of  the tea urns and turning out a brew  that won the auiuiraUoa of a32 ih**  ladies.  .  ar*oAll present were agreed that this  picnic was the best yet staged at Creston and it is the intention of the  Association   to  make  the outing an   *?-*****oi5  Tompkins   aud   family  are or. a visit with relatives at Port-  hill and Banners Ferry, Idaho.  Mrs. Tom Jenner left on Saturday  Mrs..Hay Crisler returned on Monday from a visit with friends in the  east. ~*  ���������; Mrs. Fred Davis was a visitor with  fflends at Erickson at the first of tbe  week. They are now residing in the  Wynndel district.  Mrs. Hoy Telford and son, Sandy,  and Misses Ruth Cartwright and  Madeline Putnam, an������t Douglas Put-  nats returned on ..Saturday frosn s  moi.th's vfsit with friends at Staveley,  Alfcterta.  Miss Louise Webster oiT Vancouver  is a visitor here, for & couple of we^Hs,  with  he.   ���������ouyg'jt-tig- Ttffto- &**���������$ BCf%: -fr- H-  Webster.  * Mrs. W. H. Hilton, with Joan and  Stewart, left at r^he first of the week  on a short visit With Nelson friends.  School is due to: teopen on Tuesday  at 0 a. aaa., and the trustees have been  able to secure Mr, Luke of Fertile to  take  charge   for   the   next " twelve  that Chas. Puscsoft has completed* ������������o  agMement twitb thC" l>gn|ficiartt*s &af;  the will o#*thev1ato ^ Huscrof ^|  wKereby the former  -takes over hxm- S  estatoyand., flrtlj., be, b& .full^^ciuirge-itt  xuaforaS?.-ti''.'" -~   *"   "'" ' ' '    -*���������--''  Mies Vera lister is a'Trail vtsitSSt'  this week, where sh6?-fs the guest of  Mrs. W. G. Hunter.     ; " ���������'���������'  *  Mr. and Mrs. Perdue of  Princeton4 >  were callers  on Mr. and  Mrs. W  Phaser*at the Alberta rwnch on Satur-  ��������� _-C3J     * _TS  An. vyeamprwg was a. tmsioess viai  tor at' Cranbrook actiuple of days the  fbre-partfof "the week.-  =^-,i-  i^Early  WL-'  acnooi  _s -_H--^-  xnejantLor  worn; ac Liu>oer  to? she luij   terra   wiU   Hg������ir>  be   iss  charge of John  MaUhouse,   wbq b������*������  had |>he   pojsatioB   the   previous. two  I tern������-s.     Fred Power was the only'one  r" | to submit a bid, on tbe wood supply  ������^Ffv.~   ilffB   ������������������������   S'Sff^lf^     ff....^       nAMAi^fi ������������^>j  'i'ssey were ������aTiwiiijBr������s������ie uurousSs uO % ������ .���������  _   _ -������ '* r' IMiu >ljj> <<uci  i;u tat* ��������� ������Cc������, ^, ���������S-   nhMpiiTu j  by the board at its last meeting.  t������  Miss Charlotte. Speaker of Trail ii  here op a visit with her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. F. W. Speaker.  Oaa. Rudd arrived -at Wynndel last  wes*k.- on a visit with his mother, Mrs.-  J4 B* Rudd.  Banff and Lake Louise.  Alice Siding was deserted on Tues-1  day afternoon when most of aU the  men were at Greflon fretting few usual  permit to cut their $927 hr&y supply on  the flats. ���������. Some rlf the cuts in this  section are rather light lookin-g.  Mrs. Frank Jibuti has returned to  Bnttania Beac^t'; after a three weeks*  visit with' her.pV.ients, Mr. and. Mrs.  J. H. Webster. ,.- - ' - <  The oldtirne sod. soaker or a rain  that Alice Sidiaa-Sg has been- wanting  came along on'Wedhesday'when over  an inch of rk3n fell. It ought'to get  down and help put extra size, in all the  apples,yLnd t^iirisurely give th*" desired  .���������������^_-' _ _  -i  The . first threshing in the Lister-  urea was on Friday last at the Fred  Power place whed the -3 ita- Huscroft  separator handled the five acre wheat  crop, which gave a return of a little  over 100 bushels.  The ������������2*7 regulations governing tbe  1x331 of "game birds' aaad big game gener-  ������aiy=a-re,&LQsic^t identical with those of  last s^asot^, alaacludiag -fche -two-day open  oS' the -Grestsa district west of Koct^-  ���������smy Landing, on -������&ich latfeesr the local  Rod and Gun Club axe hbplng to get  an? amendment so that the open season  -will apply east of tlie f^ya-^rng and sive  Creston Valley hunters a chance at  .these hirdsv which can be taken October iS&x and 16th, up to a total of &alf  ste dozen.-- .       - -       <?  - fSn the otdftr game birds ducks wiE  be available from September 35th to  De<iead>er 31st, both, days Inclusive,  with the dally bag limit set at 20, and  a total of 150 for the season..  On geese the open .season is exactly  SSsV&aB*  *������r  Lending Library  New Boeks of FicliH  and Street & Smith Novels  whiph wilj be abided to  from time io time, at the  New Lending Library  . Er*aroti 'Today,':.  c  EHawMrii ^fk& ..jm%t        ^s*m. .^s*m.  ^mt^ A|uu^^ MMMk s.0^ JV^ft     kwfil '^"^.^Hte        vlHL* ' H        al  Bl   is*  Change Books, 10c. each."'  Open ewy Bay and Kvening.  Mrs. Reg. Price and young son are  here on a visit with her patents, Mr.  and Mrs. Matt. Hag&i.  * 1  F. C. Basse" was here on' Friday  whenxhe conducted a German Luther-  The ivynndeiites reiurneff on Saturday from the United Chiirch ciimp  at Sanca and report a splendid holi-  3*y-.      ���������.'-.-        t.   ���������  Mra*. Dunseath left on ' Sunday for  Nanton. Alberta, where she. wiL5 ae.  main through the harvest season.  B. Andestad returned frotn a visit  at Vancouver on Sunday. ...  . David rpayior hiaa just left for, Leth.  bridge. Alberta, .whei-e he will attend  high school. ,.y.Mrs., VT"ayior ! accoatnJ  papied him ^and .will,make a, short  Visit .v/ith '-^sjrjV; i.*^a|Mwgbte8**', Mps= ,' Ba^er:  man.?V, . ���������-'vs.:_..?" i:,,.(V ':vs:, ,,   ,fv^y-,  Pat Prosen has just returned frottaj  ,theilA*rfieau.,;','.'-j���������:;;'.���������������������������������������������������������������.������������������;    -.r .y.'\^c    .;!?,;,,  W. H. Browne, grazing asisietflnt,  with Chas; Sutcliffe, president of the  SsJoct iireedetiS 'AssccSatib^,' *fe-sre fytirp  on Mocday issuing; hay c������ttinf> poi*-  mlts.'-"-"'1:* '  '���������'" _,"���������   ������������������-������������������.������������������������������������-������������������ --v   ���������:<���������''  A heavy Jolt'ctric storm proke over*  Wynndel on Sunday, bringing with It  the much needed. rainf :'���������',' : ���������";!;  "c- .^- ������������������ ������������������ -���������-    ���������������������������f~"-.   -r.   -������������������-^ - .--.������������������   ;;.-,���������,.?  J.i.^Missy May Penaon of Calgary, Alta;  la here for a holiday visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. P- Peneon. ^ ,  s Erie Wood of '��������� Kimberley was. 0  weekend tlBitor with hlB parents, Mr.  'ahd^Mr^:jas/Wo<)d.'''v-';' "'": ���������-���������'������������������' V f^V  , In the nnatiL-lnaonlal line Wynndt-1  this week breaks allw Valloy records  with no less than three of theso happy,  events to record. Cn August 2flth  MinsiVgnes,Hagen and AugUBi Bone-  dpttfl?, WftirJB jinlted In marriage at  ^elsou. aaad, In tlao manae city Mies  Gladys Wood ancl Knaanaiel LeBnrge  ���������^wero aiHo joined In holy wedlock. .On  AuBunt 17j.li a .quiet wedding took  place ai St. Philip's Anglican? Church,  !Dunliii������ tivlghia, Vancouver,^ .when  Mrs. lioaao Uoaibdale, wus united In  i.irtkiss'ago with Mr. Herbert Cupitt of  Vuncouvet*, Rev. Mr. Prlcb oflflulatln^.  After a honeynaoon spent at cnast  points Air. and Mrs! (jupitt wiU reside  an yuncoiavoi,.     ^ -_ t      iS  Robert CTaaiyton, is back frvn������ SLim-  berley" for ' a couple vof weeks' visit at  his home at Cannon.   '  .AU the campers-arrived borne on  Saturday fa tiiaa their ten, daya under  -canvas at Sancay.Cteefc. and  aui   a.re  *&J$&^<&!fe >he outil>K, which  was .If-j^ored^wlro-id^l wenther*> "   ^  'Principal > Kottb������nirner/ who- has-  been on the wtafl *tt the foiestry office  at Creston since early July, is home  again, after a week's vacation at the  J*i*l������rvl.*������jF tfStoaolf. mimmr       .   -,��������� ~**. ^.  ?^i".-^r "'���������"v.'*i?r*''TiT!si5 &  1 ���������/���������!,:  yt 'ojfl >_ /i i} s ���������? t  rs������*t ������h n  Meis. parson ana son, Uunnar, got  away last week to Saskatchewan  where they will n<eatain for^the hiit'v-  est and threshing seasoo.  ���������*'* Roy Browelt is making: Creston day  'headquarters." at |J*[^ssnt, driving  the,  Chev������M3let triick' afpar-V .^an������' ''t^''*.^.?n 9&t  the luniber haul from'.-thef?'Putnam^  Palmer Sn Stapies,i Limited,  sawmill.  ' .'"-'Mla-iS; prances Kiaott'.is'; leavpug on  .Friday for Col aun^ia, College, New  Westminster, to 1 resume her vocal  studies .for!nh'othbr 'yei^r?.'*"^'-,'.'  '������������������':, ���������;.: y  Sidney** Tanner and son, E3d-  ward, of Calgary, Alberta, returned  home inn .Friday,-after a week's visit,  wath.Ma*e. E. J. Brawn.  ' Engineer Wtn. "Neil  wias a weekend'  visitor   at   Kitigsgate, .returning  on  "SfcjE*^.M.^-*tA������������ .  1 .    ������ , I  Mr. and Mrs. B. Dennes and son,  Bichai*!, and' .Miss Kydard, weg*b  Proctor visitors for the weekend.  Kev. S. Newby ��������� is '.due here fox-  Church of England service on Moaa-  dsy aaght., ������t.7.&>. '���������/"'"���������      '   '  Mrs. B, P. Whiteside was a between  trams caller at Creston on Tuesday.  School is dise to resranie on Tuesday  morning* and Principal and Mars. R.  ������/J4CJ  I0, and not more than fifty for the sea-  ������l  The dates on,grouse ate September  ISth i������_ November a&th, ssna assss dauy  bag maist-not contain more than five,  nor more than fifty for the open sea-  sbn.v  , - The deer season <^f>eas on Septesnber  1st, and closes at tbe middle cf December again this year. Only two -may  be killed, and thes** majst fee bacSra.  Bear, may be jsvwimKf,.a>ak������j. ix&m.  September 1st to -June 30th 1928> but  no bear may fee wapped. ������  .' With tbe exception of nuiskamt and  bsavsr Obsess is an open season on aSl  fur bearing animals from November 16,  to April 30, 1926. Beaver and nniskrat  are open ������rum iq^tash 15 to April 20,  1S28.   ,        *  This  year the  xepilatlons  -provide  that ."Every peraKt shall, upon -She re-  t.^m^���������^^s^^.Ami-i0^^^^^^^^^SS:.  . . '3ionur*y.  ii������oro������ri^',a  rain; with  cooier weather that has i>et in ia to ilie  lining ������if, tSi^WchR-piiitB. '\jSt; *wlti give-  l^tb color and size to all yairieties.  '- The. ypiiiugsters(itre starting lo as-  eGmblo textbooks and other equi pment  for,res.umptlon of Studies, Rchonl open*  :ing for the fall -term. onV^wesid^y.  morning, with the dame teaching staff  In cliurgo..  at the coasts are expected back -on  Sunday.  The,weekend saw thebreakup of all  the������ampei-<4. tit Kuskanook.' Mr. and.  Mrs. JESsW?. m������?A frt-i������kily  nnd   Mrs..Mc-  T"   ������Mftrt       m* W**4       ^������*%Sl*������"������������aP^ fc^-ssS        ^4        ********      rfttrtA  pi**mm ������. m\mt     wm.m*.+mm      ���������*������*������������������������������������������*.]������*������������        ������������������������*������������������������������       wsmj        * -w������ jr      -_&,������"  uionth of it.undear -canvas.  ' The Nash touring car of the-htte L.  M. Slye still decorates the rock pile at  Washout Creek���������that is wha*& is ieft  Of ���������,itr'':|,'-*'-':. '   J"'-? '��������� '."��������� ' ���������'-   ������-!-; ':���������':���������>.-.���������. V-Vv:;:.  ������������������'.���������;'���������.'-*' i';1 r >������������������:. ���������-J ���������      >���������,',���������'���������;".   '.  ��������� ���������-��������� i~ , , ��������� ������������������ f. ���������-, < ������������������ ,        .   ,    ,  . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mawson of Ofias  Vox.\ a.nd**her ^ sister,':'^iw'' .LUy^ Wilson;  .of.' Oia������*reBholna, Albea*ta,"'haye'^been'ln���������  camp at Kuskanook the past tain 'd'iiya.:  A number of the ,Sirdar. haymakHrs  >wea*e 1 at Creston von Tuesday.-getting  the permits for ,tthei fiP27,?e-ia,t.? ^hich  will be tight If the present, raj^ny. spell  ���������a^*n^lnti<K9'ni-a^cihVlooiger,���������--. V  ^ity and. dates on which any game was  killed or taken." '    .  uoe  4t*jB  ttaVMBHBS  Old  home by  the weed grown road*  aide,  Bleak and bare you satand today.  \.^^   jLcua tie., jruui  UiCfQkK ������.    ������r������ t*X.  UVOVtwvi.  SrcSauH  V'V 'V'"'<< V'4'"T'"'A  > ��������� - mm ���������*** f> mm t- Ws)'f     *\%imimm9'  OEO. H. KELLY  ttBUiajj  ; ,.         ���������-. Ay. ���������   -   -, ';���������  U'iJi$^t:-  A number of parents at Fernie ore  asking the. school board to c������taWi������h the  fourth year lugh sclaool at a fee of $20  to .each.pupil.taking that work* V* '" '  . After (fourteen Jjrcari albftciftce from  ICttnlvkirlity Jsktt-lU McKenxie ha* relumed again, a!l the way from Nova &o-  lia, and mack the trip in a motor truck.  A11 will be glad to hear that Alex.  [Mitchell, who was dangerously wound  ed In, .the accidontalidischarge of a  rifle about two weeks ago, is making a  splendid redovtit'^ Jir. Henderson ek-  tractirag .tho bu^llot on Monclay.  Kev/ Si Newby will;be here for -lfii.fr  tloan Chnrofi wervice oh Saindtay morning, with QwndayVjjclaonl   nt  10  11 nd  mnrnlrfg prayer and Blnly Commnnlcn  atll o'cluck. ,     '.[ ,'Vv ... ,,,,'���������   .'"'���������'  Thos. Thomas of Kitchener is tho  newest ��������� litnd buyer: in th la -, district,  having Just completed th^ purchase of  the Charles Bliss pl������co In tho Huscroft)  at-eta, and g������-ta p^aiCiJiitoM ������t otvcc. ''  0. H. Phillips of Kimberley la h������re  on a vacation at the Phillips raeich,  nnd bus as his giaesta Mr. und Mra.  Orosscnmbu ������nd child and ?a ' Mis������  Harris of tho eamo town.   '  ' Mk'd. Baimford of Nelson Is ^pendl'Dg;  a'couple of weeks here, the guest of  Mrs,. fj)������aii.-!i Bii-M.  i5^  -la  very definitely report<������d 1aer<������  At the Bonners Ferry fair this year  there ^11 be -T^e admiesion to the main  builiding, but a c^ar^ made to  see the boxing, bbuts, racc������, sportai, etc.  ��������� < For the? second time in aucceaBioa  Rosaaland baseball team haa won the  West Kootenay, champronehip.'' Other  nines in the league were Neleon and  Trail.?   . ���������,'. ������������������v...;>'-'',....,..-. .;V?;r,:?  Tlie Courier' cliums that less than a  dozen "boys who,have pa������&ed?through  the Cranbrook high sdiobl'' have apprenticed themselves I'd'learn trades in  that town. *}.  - According to the Free Press tome of  the young Kamloops todulvplaced: in  the streams* in the Fernie (Ji^trict have  attained a weight ttf eight pounds ita.  -two years,  ''. For ��������� the first,,n^.lj^ohihai'oiF the. year.  the net earnings of the Trail snjelter  at its operations in all deparlments are  duvvu $581,243 as compared wilh the  same period last��������� year; ' :   "; ���������'���������  . V ..Kimberley and 'CranbiTjkolc are at-  ���������m. ' m f* *-    ���������       'm *%Wr      m, *\  .ready. tpircpArmg tor .a, x.txK.ixowi ^Lu  Prince of wales on August: 25th. * At  the former place he will inspect the 'Sttl*  livan mine and conccatarator. \^...  If about $10,00(1 of local caritaB  f'can' ho had a Mr. Miller of SckKle  will invest $10,000 of hia -own sxid  open up a lime kiln near Vernon ihat  will fcupply icnilixcx Ittssc ������'i $������>��������������������� ������*������������  in sacks at tlie kiln.  For the friends now passed away?  Light lips smile at Heart of Home-.  "i'-;:-   stead,      y/.j.-i;..:,.,   ,.,. ,.,..v ^   %  ��������� .-��������� -Heas't yois'llseeiif ? eyes rare-������!ear,  Ueart.that beat with joys of children.  Heart grown sad at fuHlDg tears. -  Tears must fall at every hearth stone,  Death enters in,: it paeees none,  One,by one they softly leave us -  One at last is left alone.  And ihe old home tells the story.  Bleak and tare it stands alone.  Till it crumbles down in sadness,  .. Once a care frea' happy home.   ~ '"'" --'*���������*��������� "-- '"~Mrs.0.8 T.  6RAHD THEATRE  SATURDAY, SP.T.  3  A production with a strangely  , .;   powerful punch.  "God Gave Me  99  Two women loved  fc?m, 0*>F*������.e nn*\ lw������rr������  tbe deytor rw$e joiie  employed v to *. eiaide-  track her rIyatthi"o'u-  ' gh ' the   ir.odiucru 'of  two- "crooked*" cote.  JGCfiftULAB PMCES i Js-  A  *v  TH&   KEVIEW, . CRESTON    B.    C.  ������*.  .Pure tea of finest quality- free o������ dust  and packed in Aluminum*  "PedfcaS Propelling" Boat  is dood tea*  REP ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra. good*  Refused  To   Function  Craft    Is    Useless    and    Trip    Across  AtJantit^'iHa.s  Been   Abandoned  Confessing tiiar*th& 3de^-,6f-J,pedaJ'  propelling';-.  nocoW  the Atlantic ���������; is a"  lailure/ Edward    Ti'erncy    aiad '* IMcV  Ilayman,  of? -.Lancashire*-,    an-    under-  ( ������tooa   ,to   have   definitely   abandoned  iiis.- jium io j-oaKP Burn ������ cruHsmtj ami  to he ready to soil their HlraupfO oa'aft."  Tterney  tested alio  bout, called  tho  ["fairfe," in iho harbor'unci -was dls-  ! mayeal io find she icfu?,td to tunction.  ���������: After repeated    aUouipis    lio    said:  i"Tlie craft   is nsch-sy She h'aw a bad  C^anada.   JL o   JL lie rors  [list   ami   leaks   badly.  The  : polling: idea Is jl tail ii iv."  j     "Carrie**  is a     12 foot  pedal   pro-  } bulla  m rni  i     i      j    iiiu  f "  ' Canada-is eeriainly bein;? kepi  well "befoit; t,ho people of the British l-dps  .tlii.^ j ear and. Co a greater or lost, e^ie-Eta. as i';i.Ulnfcg for tho attention ot vho  pcopLe of lilt;   C'nUvd Stales.    TUt*  publicity the  l>oui������uion  is reoo'u iuj; .is oi  mo   best  anta   ulosi   eitecciro   rypo  arm  can   lumtlv-   Dail   to  In-  produc.ti\e  ol*  lesuUi* highly beneficial to tho count a*y.  The elaborate and wonderful!**- ^tacee-ssful cple-brutioiaf. in ���������.���������otinocyon  v.ith the- lliiuiLond Jubilee ot Confederation Eoou^sed tho attention of tho  Ijiniitit'. and Iaa"K*j t.t'Ctivu-* oi ihe Viul^u Siaies*. upon tin.- F't'uiit'.iuii suul  w> it study ot iirt past history and the- really maawollous d<'voloptn*;ut of tin? |  louuEry dufiusj. ilae. past sixtjt years. Canada. 1ud.ay is bettor Itnown aaid |  apm eclated not only by tlao people of Cjuvada, Ijut by the- woi-ld. Tin1 btory ol" '  its ilevelopmeni and iln laaiuav .potsaUl titles has been u>ld fa a- and *w idt_> aaad '  in b>uch a \.v.a> as to command, ahe rai-nest attention and coatsiictci-ution of [  people of power ,-������ikI inttuence * i  i-'ollo^viai-j-   ilnv   Jiibilev   velobianosts..   thi-   vKle   or  11,R 11    ih^   !*������ in������-f   'it?  ^VaU's,   Prince   Cleorjce..  and     Premier     Baldwin     Liat.     .i-^ain    kept     Canada '  prominently bofi>U'   ihe   p,voplo  of  clreaE   ISa-bain.*    I'he toaar  of  t'ae&o   disaiai   '  giiished vi.-siLOi-t. has bo<*a fcliu^ed  wiau  the keeaesi. imeresi ������:>   alio  lhiiish I  ateol    bosil  like   n   Kubiujsrhi^.     She   has   a  M besaaia of three I'col aud tlruws -hvn  I Cent oi water. Sh������- was doslj-ftieit to  I obialsa X'O'wcr ui.iinly Llaa*ouKla the  J Soree* of   the wind    asahast    a    RKttt!]  njjiufLjiil     vSuJL-it     <ll*n������'^v    a    faeK'VV    pi o  I pelh v. In ana hie tmviIIioi lhe navlga-  [ 1ot-s -were to list- "nuLriclo power to  [ ih-tvt- llu- pi'opolb'f by -moans oi- foot  i -. i oi ii.ind pimI.L!!* When Ihe pi:ui5 V/or^*  t nauch\ Tioiuioy and llapaiian said'ihey  hoped  to  ni-ike   ihe  <toss1di;  in   forty  t'.'lV.^.  l.rt���������  woe  This  Lr  squid  Peel Off Corns  An  unitizing remedy���������ada in ai few  . seconds and causes aao pain*. The corn  press, aud ii 5s *f-u v.itr.au me bounds of    probability    that    a ' v������i>     great   slarkols np and loosens.    Another a"p-  svtaTCtaUtft. will ilut> be giv^-n to  Britain lniauicrration 1f> Canada. [ plication   or  two jiad. the   corn  drops  The ceremoajaej* attendant upon the dedication of the  Mihaorial Chiuiabel ', tHtl- U'onderful���������>es it is���������but tha} Is  - "   - -r N    -i i       t      i> ��������� ,��������� ti' i ,    ^ ,   .- a      jto^i    a,���������+ ; JURt how.  Putnam's    Corn     Kxtractor  iai  itte Peace   town* aa   Ocaawa h>   the  ITiuoe  ot Wale.-, aaa  their sample but ' J  |-woa-Etfa.     You can bay -Putnam's Corn  impressive dismay could not/fail ao impress the Bratish people.  So, too, the: (Extractor frona rm any. druggists.'   Got  ���������uuv-eiliag of iIk- status of Sir AVilfrid iiiurier ���������-who '^o nobly canted on the. j your  bottle .todaiy.     lief aase   a-.-snbsti-.  -avork of the- Fiuh-ors of Confederation and who., was atwjgys: a com tending and j iuto.for Paitaiam's.      ���������       . f    .. . r.,  popular figure m the eyes of Ga^'at lirLtain.    Finally, the Qfujcial Jtiaugjiaratioai {.���������    4 .��������� ;. ,^.?^ ;*���������-.,-���������-y   ~ZT~-     :    ���������   , :  a>P thV'Peace IMdge,at'-Kiagara attendecl. hy the heir to*t.he-British crown, th& ) Postpones Soilth Pole -Trip: ;  i'rfcmler of (IrWt BritiViQ, the Premier-of Canada, the 'Vies-President of the j ;?��������� '��������� , S    - - 'a .-:}  I'uii&O -^States.'ihe Governor of New York, the Lieufe.-Govarnor of Ontario, iind | Co rrumande .r?.r.}..By.rm\ :.: Decides'    Details  V'theF'tilghotrieiald. provided |        Can-not  Be  Arranged This Year  speaking   famify  arad   provided  an   object  lessbTa for. all   the. nations of the I     A.ft^,H^x^^^i|Crj^j^a^tion   of the.  Vvorld. f ���������, j danger m%-oIred* in a, hasty   prepar.a--  ' ] The present year Taas Tvltnessed  the plaeiug of a*.Canadian  Miniister at i tioni  for his, expedition   to the.  Soulia  Washington and an A^uericau Minister at. Otta-vva-   it -'hasrevealed^ the <?x- ] I^oie. V.bommandea*'  Kichard iii. .Byrd  'paindliig tra'de of Canada v^tth the world: prosperity aaid decreased taxation.  ������t iaCarne:   substantial reduction^ in the National debt;   growth ;and development in ail directions.    Men of prominence in th*e^ iifa. of C������reat.I3a-itain.IiuVe  visited "Canada in increaijing nuinbers. and at the present time proprietors of  : nearlyfohe"hundved influential British, newspapers'.aro touring '-the'Do-minion  'front  coast: to   coast,   seeing  for -themselves   the   prevailing' prosperity   and*  sizing up the untold possibilities of the future. :} . ��������� V '  '  '*'��������� It te,.no"' Idle boast to say"that the Twentieth Century Is Canada's'century.  ITnt for "the interruption of the Great War and the ensuing depression, and.  reconstruct ion rendered necess ary  to make ' good- wat's destruction  Canada.  would now be much farther along the Vroad  to'ih-ov goat set for it when tlie  century opened.    Ct,;mity well be, however, that the very 'condittcfe.3 created.  in thei Old^ World as" a i-esult of the vrar will have such far-roaclring-results  iia the movement of population that, in the long'm". Caiiada Vill froiAathe.  standpoint of settlement and cco'no.Tnie~a^velopi������ent -.more than-make up for  the .lost. *war years. ,':'��������������������������� ���������:   ^ " ,{r    - -riS   ��������� y  Certain it is, the war made" Canada known to the world as nothing else  "fiotild, hare done.    Through war Canada found its own soul, re aliased Us own  capacity for achievement, developed ita pa-oxluctsve and ibianclnl strength,  proved'its ability to solve difficult problem's aii.<l.:;Jhandle gre-^t enterprise--.*.  Now, In ita'Jubilee year, the Dominion is feeling theViiupulse of a reawakened  National spirit, and is enjoying'the fruits of an era of markotj extf.uasion in  all lines of? natlo-nal endeavor. , .    ~    \^ "  The effect is everywhere noticea"ble throughout the Dominion find the  ���������Canadian- people are fortunate in that the facts or Canada's growth, -develop-  3i]ont and potential wealth are'betnK invoatigatnd"to? the Old'World as never  before, and the story told to the mllliom*-' by their own 'loaders following  personal visits to this country. Canada, can realize greutnoss lo l.he fall  estent that, hea* eltixens are prepared to ati'Ive for g-tid hy service and effort,  bring to. fruition, ���������'-;'���������' "'*��������� .--  has announced fth at t^uaiilertaldng  wou-ld he postpoiaed until 1928. Pre-  vio'itsly,' while 3ii*Paris, 'he Viaad ��������� expressed the hope th"at'4ie ���������eouldr-Vmalce.  ;his- 'gaSart"this -fall. -:^   li--- "'}} -  it" was ..explaine/l that 'Coaniri'ander  Byrd-' expected. to 'encounter severe  storms and conditions yivhich: would  make a mishap.of any kind.alniost  surely   fatal. ������������������ y-  RETAIN YOUR VIGOR  o. *V  at  51  -.31.  ,^3;**C^Vw  X  v  TB9  FLIT spray clears you^hpme of Aicsjitid mosquitoes. It also fills' bed bugs, roaches, aisats,  and thctr eggs. Fatal to insects but harmless to  mankind.   Will not stain.   <3*t Flit toclay.  Distributed in Canada by FrsdJ.iyiiitlom <PCm., Limited, Tjsronta  ^^:-<:-->xi-r.rk'q=3-  DESTROYS -^  Flies Mosquitoes Moths  Ants Bed Bugs Roaches  T&tyelloi   with the Mack band"  Held Breath Fourteen Minutes  College   "M������n    At    MiddSeton,    Conn.,  Breaks   World's   Record',.  K.  Tjj    tlaylor,    JTr..   .oC'CUfiOUdale.  Mass.,  a menaher of the  senior class  Cougars Attack Sheep  Farmer On Cortex Island Had Entire  Flock Wiped Out  Sheep o-ayners on the east coast pi  "Vancouver Island 'and adjacent  Islands have suffered heavily oat* late ��������������� at Wesleyan, has brol'ien the world's  it-Qin losses hy wild animals, one , record for breath-holding hy estab-  rarnaer  on   Cortoz island   having  had j lishing  a   time  o������   li   .-minutes  2   sec-  pa*evious   marlc - -was" made   at  ft he I'niversity of Csiliforuia, in 14).16������,  when 10  minutes s2t^ se'eouds  %vas a*o-  'cfrtded:    '  : -;'-":.''���������;-��������� -��������� V:V'VV"'-' ? ''v;'V"'  Gaylor   aecompllslied' liis    feat .by  T>reJitliihg^excessively a ' short-   time*  before  ho*Kiing his "bi-eaftla? to i-ra his  his entire flock wiped, our by cougars.*-Tonds  Cecil Smith, of Courtcnay," paid n \ la- I The  it to the island and succeeded in killing three "--cougars, two of .the big  cats being shot at night by the"light  of alamp; '.'*%*) 'eoiasars were? also;  Lulled by -?Mr.-���������' Smith on '.itlie������ sanu?, is-  laud a sboi"t"tiittte -previouaiy: ;Tliere  is a p.rov-iubial.-.bounty ol? 140 per iie'dd  on ��������� coalers,..;;.^ Nainainao   ' iind  Oyster 'liltver "'"'diistrict" heats,   are 'reported to have killed niaiay sheep, y  i blood -of-muelv or the fearlyb'a-dioxide.  "l Td'' pa^pare'"hi������Qfeeif"y -feytheV. JtaeVvcon^  eluded the pa-ocesswiili three breaths  . ?of-bxygeii.-^ti-ie^l^ which he held  ..';-���������"-.- ' - '?:.v;������������������- ���������'-?'?'; ���������'. 'for the yrecoi-d^tiaiie.,;.; . y fV VVV  Relief "From ' Asthma?-' Who -can ( -Prof. K. 1^.. Schneider of \Vesieyari  describe the.complete relief: front {ratf 'saysVuie' autli^tioityj^of.'ftije' test can  fering. which tollows the. use of Dr. . ,.". -'������������������ ' .. -,-"��������� .;*'.'-'y":%. ���������-?" ..  J. IX^kellbgg'a AWthm^^Rtimecly? Who | not ho ciuesuo^aed. aa ^y graphic re-  ear-sf ^express the;= feeling, -of joy'-* tSuvt | cord ot chest and , diaphra,gan; -xnotiou  contes wheH^Sts so������t;;.attd.'.gentle ^nflu- ^bverytlie  entire peridd'gfcve convinc-  ence  relieyea   the   tightened,   choking^  air, taibes-  Vlt ? 5lias r^BnadeVr asihEnatic1'  afflietloai} a thing of 'the jiast ?for thoij-  sands. It  never fails.   a.ood..draagglsts  everywhere.-have sold it1 for "years.  DeathrOf Noted Author  I-dg. e-Kideaace  that^:at^;,juo', tiane  while  ; theV?test>j*was   beinit ^iiitarfe'-'^eould''; air  luags;  TJCCll     OyvCU    miJLO    I.JUT3  Motor Casualties Increase  Daily Toll; Of; i*iccIdentB',?Ha&VBecioi'ne  A>palling"  N"ot*a.*lth.sUtTidlhg. -all. the waarnluBts  and regulations Jatended t<i ehsuro;  the safely of those who Uso tho ro'iidtf,  the dally toll of accidenl-B in itppalllUR.  and tta������V lotal caHiialty a*nl������ maafat l������e  HOU'iethlnp: enormous, ' Tlie majority  or thiine accident^ arc preventable,  nnd iho worst feature about-many ot  thean Ib that U Ih .so' often iaot  vlilniH who aro to blanu*, 'fhe, fopl  driver could -Lao e.veu.sed. naoro rnadily  If he wore tlao only pevp-oiiAVhopo life  Iih u'mlCLnKwa, bail rroctuetttjly .It it* the  lnaaoecirf party who' htirr^rH'niorfi whins  the flp>-cil tlend  lH-"*rt,lJroad,  Quota Law Is Needed  laninloratloii  From;Cer.tral  Europe To  -    Canada SJ-iould Be Lt-anited  I.a������l May 2S,000 InimigrantH were  admitted te Cataada. Duly. 8^-108 wero  Tlrltlf-h horn. So nearly txvo-tliii'ds of  Lhe,new Metilei-M were of non Brill Hit  -races*.  .W-h^ii���������' is  going to happen   to  Oan*-  aala   If   oin-   lmaaai|*;i*atlon  Departnaonl.  \in si'Howed  to continue    J,hut    policy?  Sprained Ligaments   '  Ceaalt--    amLtiuagliig    with  ard'A   will    canal del ;y    rrd!*-v������-  rniln ami HliffnCHH,  tlae j with thi- experleaee of tlu-i L'uitod  HUtte'ja be(oa-e law, ?vve'neoaia to be bent  oii..conauiltUng'natloiaii.L HUlcido.  Tlpt ������;reato������a, aaned of Cauiada ita a  quota law 'that* will HanJt the tlood ot  Cetilral MtiropeniaR, , a*Tad. encoairage  the Ih-hlHla arid Norille rncofl to- come  lo thin 1'Jouriiklon. ���������-' The SeaailuoT,  Toronto, ' ,    y    -  Kiln-  1lu>  i j ;  Thia Can Only "be Doaieby Keeping the" Blood Rich a-qd'Red  if you .wou I d regain your vigor and  aapn-bitjlon, Iceep your blood and uerve's  1n good  condition. An^eriaia,^ or  thin  blood-'' lowers the vitality, starves ..tite,  neryes  and  causes:'- a    general . run  down  condition. " -Wheat the blood  la  thin    the    yklu    loses   its   color,; the  t-h'ouldea-a  droep and -weight*'is  Ipf^t.  The victlan of anaiernia lo'aea appetite.  aufCera ��������� froiu    Indigestion,,: headaches  anil sleeple0s3iess.Pss,ndiis nervpus and  exhausted   aftor   Mllglat  exertion. .     If  you havo any of. th-baiv yeiynaptonas do  iaot delay., but  begha -rtrqatiuent. aaow  with.J>r. WilllainsMMfllt I"*illti aatd j^ou  ' will he  Kratllied wlthVilae prompt i.m-  proveiiient in yonr colidltipai'    Anaong  the thousands who,,hay p   fpiuad rnew  heaUit," through  the''use of thls..naedi-..  claie I a -Mrs.J Herbert' Nagle,' Ijud low,  N.B., who    aaiya.>���������f'f   -taad   not '������������������ been  .feeling well for  Boine? tinao a-iatl waa  BrarluaUly '-growlftp^v-aakor.      I would  lake diiw.y  hpoIIb  and  dCtotv faint.    I  vfna (subject to sovere lioadaehes atid  found It huc-d/to do my work.    1 took  doctor's -meillclrio for s^onio  tiano,  hut  at   u'uf nae-..ity good,   and   I   wain  atlll  growing *tv,������aki'U,;i������:>* In thiti condltloTi l  hORjin.  thu uhu of Ur. WllllaaiaM*' Pink  JMUfi and In a short time found they,  YVe.ro   helping too.'      I   continued   tho  us������i of the pllla  for  a while' longer,  tuad  found that  the treuhle thai, had  boll in roil mo was* gptae audi I wan onco  iiiure- a well wo'mau."  Got ]>r. Williams' PJulc Plllfl at your  ila-tiiijgiRta*--! tar write ' Tho T)v. Wll-  lluiaiH' raedicine Co.,.- Brockylllo, Oaat...  and tlio pillH will" ho etent pq-st, paid ������t  TvO ceailti ;u bos.   ', V    . V '���������  ^MilJer's^Wowax Powders ^:were   .devised   to  promptly ; yrelteye ���������; clallda-^ii    vkwho,   satflet*    from    the    ravages    of  ?-.-   " It    V worihsfVit is 'a "MippEe'pretaa'ratlon to  James   .Oliver   Curwocd   Was   Author J, MestToyi..'.iStpmachic,'-&n#'\''-.3-hteptinal  Of. Stories, Df Canadian North .! ^ ? frwoVms ^'without shdekorinjury to the  ;   Jamea Oliver .Curwood,    authoi*;   of ! nn'dst sea-asltive syatetn? They act tho-  tftivri^ or   thfi -tf*������'ini'iii<i*n.<-North    -tad   roughly a?td painlessly, and though in  stones  of   the ,.tinaai,Uaii,NoiUa. .ana.j B-^. ca^& they may'cause vomiting  noted   coiLservatipnist,     died     at -; his   ^hat is au lndicatidin of their powerlia!  hbme at, Owpsso,  Mich.,, after aaa ��������� fII���������  neas rcsutttng -frona ^streptococcus la-  fectioli wlifch hacd' cphilined him to his'*5  bed' foa** one week. V  Mr. Curwp'od was credited with be-  and  causes'- a    geneaail ? run-] hx% ^9  of-the "foremost .author^  on iuatterk iiertaining to tlio Canadian  North West, and every your since, he;  began liis career as seta ' author, in  1110S, he passed several anonths iaa  that territory frequently, travelling";  as far aiorth as iho Ai-ct.ic.;coast. He  Is said to have been tlae only Anaeri-  oari ever -lAinployed Ly tlae .Canadian  Government ais aaa e'Kploa*atory and  d.escj'iptive  writer; . ,  V  Curwbod's  lovo   for     the    outdoors  motivated' his life "and' lais work as a  novelist, llir published 24 novels,  "The cStarage- of Call tain Pliam."  his first novel, was -written fan 1!>0S,  jai*lor be haul sjient. i-even years :-Jtv  nowspiapor work,   y    ^ *ft ��������� ^  WrltliaK was Iaa Curwpocra blrtoih'  On his father's si do hn waw alerac-oTiuletl  from Captain Mara-ayafH tho novelist.  ifn was bom Juno 12. 18TS,  of .Tamos ���������Mdi'ti.n anil Abliyji.ll  Curwood,  action and. not of any * nauseating property... '���������' ���������'->���������''? -f   .���������'.���������>--.-:'~  the sou  (Vlrimny  -...iy^i  vv    n,   u.   wm.  Op pin Soacoia For ifflka  <������peaa soason l'or elks.- iUu*iiaj< which  a, JSjAikin' may tali.i omi adult .lainlo-  aaiiiinaj., lifas boon doclita*od In SiiHlcat-  r;lio\vini. HiJitiaon daya, -from Nov'oni-  ber IH loNovojaalKM' no. tncluialvo, will  coiahtltuie the jua*sl ojaou MOtiHorv Avhieh  lia.-i h<������oji allowed pilars, 10IH. Tlao stop  lias Uotm l.alioaa, ii������:(;ua*ili;ii'-' t<������ Hie  i������niii������������ eoiniirilMHl(MH������r"H rxjiort, -lu>enim������*  of lhe 1 uri;it lie-ri-uni) ita ilio ntaiaiboi-u  of Iiij-.^h .uaiiiiah, in I tt������i la.it feiv  k yearn,  lo Chana������  innri'-lod  In 8tyle  'V.'omnn' who  bo-  A   -.'oiiuk;  I loved that flolnitMflc.'-ipCant-.ma'DriBo-  monf. coin elded 'with lier own appoar-  rnirTi ^prvri onrt-h'-oai 1 origin Iho doctor  1o fioo hoc baby, -ttuffi^flni? from aom*  l.rtvial allanent, y He lUkmoi-Jbod hoiud-  fhiliiff nlni-pto.  "'But;that is Hiich sua olcl-fasblohod,  i-oanody, doctor!:" -proloalod tho moih*  ������*j-, ... .      , -,  ,  '"Well, madam," ropUod Iho, 'rlooUir  "babies      anv      rovy      ohl-fashlonod  ������ill������MS.**." ... i  Hoi|*l  For Clal!driin; Only  Tloa-1 In  ol alius Vo have tlio first lio-  ttil  for' ch31d.ren only. This 'hotel whs  ornoted by tho city's juvenile��������� wolCairti'���������  .orEcanlvsn'Jion  In ono^nl' tho rprfot dls-  irliJt.H. oT    Borihi.    It . aaconJaimodates  cluidt-en  a'ont to    a-f>ija*oatl6n    plaeofl'.  Who -liiivo *o .wji'Iko a htop-over in Berlin.,, Tlao   ��������� hotel- 'has    room     I'or    850  youngsters. , ���������  Mln.ird'i*- Llnbwewt fto" scaly acalp.  ���������  ; For 'Corrvaa- ain'il  I     Lln.iOT������ut.  Broadway Sombtlmoa park  Broadway, ftfow  Vork,  Is tlio ahw-H-.  est' nriniri' oti'eot In tho nulled. Statob  after two--or'three ' o'clock'  in    tho  mornlairt'. After tho- nwnmoa'nlnl UKhis  ijllri^tUo'-oloc-tiic adrfrua  and  stores  aro  jn^l   <-������(ir    No-w   Vin-k'i   hrh'hleRt-   highway  is vovy, .illnaly  lit.  Thoro are V  Mtaiard'������ *-:i',;}|Su'^   ,ttl"l,M 'a-loMK 'lhu C,r������ai't Whll-a)  J,Way.  \%fy Occupy Mariboroughf House  Prince    Of    Wales   To    Change    His  '��������� '-"Residence- ��������� OaiV-B-etiirri'-Tb  ;y :���������'���������'���������Enol^^'nd������������������������������������������������������.  The -Priaice'- of Wale's T^ill chanRo  hia' residence from' "York iiottse to  iviati'ihorouprh house' alrrao'sf iratnedl-  atuly on Ills return from Casiatla. Tho  woa'k of reconditioning MtLrlboroaiRh  laoaiso is'now being: ao eel evaitod so as  to have the place ready for the  Prince a������ soon as pbasiblo.   '  It is  scarcely  concealed    that    his  'royal' highness  does   -not    altogether  reliah"��������� Vdianfetiig,  from    hlfl   compact  '���������qiiliftorB"'at'"Yoak    house,    which,   i������  within,aa,stone's' throw of Marlborough  ,-hot-a;M0-,D.;:it>u#, the  latt-l^. haiS.,pHodmaaiy  .j^SR^clajiioaiiH  -vi-it'iiaa^SCaVauRrivKt|.-^aavijl. VII.  !'tVl' fi 1 h���������" Htiy5 *aai������-;^ltJ'i'i^iiitiidttt'������!l������^;-'��������� *1������������<-  't  sowns  only   liitiiiK,   now    that    KIur  J'klwaa'd'fi    Kraclouw    conHOtt,    Quoou  /Vloxandra, Ih  no nioa*e, thai, thtn hlH-  torlo a-oslclonco fahoaild he onouplod hy  the ,?pit*0H0nt laolr 1 o, itho 4j.11;one.  ���������;.VyfV'f, - ���������?,>;: .. ���������������..ji������klJi^.,,.������^::SS%  Ite Qu.ility Sells It.-���������The fuel lhal.  ko- niitny: thodf/andu of ;ip.tolllKonf  pitoplo  eontipuo  to iiHO; n'w .Tho,nn\H'  lilcloi-lrle Oil  apoak'fl  voIuipoh for  ltn  luiallaiK-'fh'tllcloncy, Itlvor alncd It wiih  flral  introducod It haa grown utoadlly  i In public favor, owlup; ontlroly to Un  mftfiit'dUl tiiHoCulnoHfl;; liv, rull^vlnK hjmi  li.h^ftlfnK   HleknoHi^.'^ ^.B'-n-J-fsiaonlno   for  ' cutfi,  huNtH,   aha'hlH," jmd   VarloiiH   In-  llammatory .palna Ha^rooord Ih beyond  roproachV   s        '" *   "'   *  It y,������nr ' ^ ho.'i.s hi not .'ialLsfat-loi y,  ���������Ju^t aj-ariUoa������ if to^him nii'l', jiorhap.-i  lie "will permtf you'i.6 Voalsn'. "  'A ftVu-irtlblo man doesn't cave If ho  fan't good looking, ho Jwiowh that  thelo aro othors.        ���������  *******,i>HiMM"ii ^���������*i"*������l*������"���������������*������#������"ii������i������**'<������iw^"^������,,������"i'*1'  ���������>'" ��������� "������������i'i"i������ii"i .���������****** mmmm*tmmmwmtm 'WMI.  cesis *sew vxamsm watyteov. Me.**  W*rjl-*r-wlJj jryhQl *��������� |Qi H jT^|y Wu.-jj  fatljutf       W      D    El  m^p***' Q   El It^m* Q Q ^SUSSr P ^" " fl, al  "V5i'-���������-������������ ������!������*������*������ c������<������t^h, u������..������fo������������������io������>a ������  iX������l  - .WHOMM,(Cr������. Mw������w������U4i������IM.liWJul.���������4������m  t a* ''.;-./'TiJ3^
i^-*--'.1** jt-r-'--���*. *,:*>���'
?t Help driving
Quels    FrorsajSS^teph'
randksBritish -tjolimbia
'||^aa|^^^|yi|n|V.fh^fereai|l^l^|f <l^j|| ''wl^WM
|l^*^*|cs^^
OO'mpiete'il Sifory'tftfe "Vka^lii-ig^ufi ''the UV '-, ~y
haughai.���Iai   tTYb   midst?"of; .an   in.-.
S3 '������'"������
ctea.saai!?   chaos   in   both   the   military
- &t   .    ��� ..���''*"       ��� y.     ,       .'..'���
ai|b   political. situationV in the   Yaiyig-
tspf.- Valley', ��� an^hcidena. arisituf^ut fOf'
?tli%; foreedBlsaiMinfeldi'.a' jBrritisMaaiifi-,
M, ���      ii^-iy'i-yii'&stt ... ������^.i..jU^M'fi^M  :
tiii-y  aeroplanes- on .-Chinese"  territory ���
hit! developed a tense situatio'ii, ho-
faileen the Chiaiofee aiaflio^ie^-a*^ %$o'
i>phish 'Mxpodllionary   Foice  hei*b.
��"*"'.Ithough the  particular f-:potswhca-e
  . ..      - .... -_ ���.      .*.. . -   '.
iuv.uot.uui,  nuu   v* in -uOijue livaui uaaiSiu
CJj&uada, according;:^,^Oll^ale? of gjthe
Canadian National Railways, ".' and
there will be no delay la getting them
rf^^tjfaey^omtys   whereytliey '^ai^yUspstr
saiec|j|e(i^||^tis}h f^cTo^-qi^
|sea|i -g,p|W^isVy?e.arVlias ?al&a<"l^bey?
guriiCs moyeainmt,' 200 being ota the
.wa-y*v now _fronaVancouvers^iuyjA^iliiy^
-'fi;^m'"^iiet'ba^ar^licl ^otheyi-s ^iii> ��el low
closely   on their  heels. ?J'-
Eastern ''Canada will conta-ibufe 25,
.j����2&
OHN JINKS
&
OlT
': ?'-���!
..-*�����.*
Treaty Signed
"'������ii**
mght
ht of Shanghai^  The;Chinese  dUyjW"^!^ locally,- ^n<li'^lbajrta -rieteds^ eo^rav^G^eli^^i^Vcmll-'' bv": th-
trilies  have y i^p%te��^^ &^a?0\foutet.^ ihargiti^of ooe'-'Wfc  'cast; b
Dublin.���^JohhJinks, who made his
name a- household .one ixi Ireland by-
walking  out  of the Bail  andV savlBg
tl^Viii^:.c^^i^^osgi:ave povernaneat
?b^'f^ait?k*!^%'r��ord   .his-Vy-vrete^iiwas
neither Kidnapped nor sph-ited away.
a'-'l ������slini��>ly.';'..w.al.^a.'*,out'':'oi!   the  Ball.
;,--..��� ;^:.k m.^,x;.   .-;'    \" ?.y&&;'  ,;������ ~ ,     .    .     , -
H --"Was? 'neltiadi-^kftlnfipped ixor spirited?
away," Jink.H said -thia evening."For
the  sake of  the-, stability 'of,any con-
s titti6itfi"i*% v;f^lt.li^��j|liiaij *.�� ;^as^#f%   to'
retain Ithe^-e^a^^Oy^na&^'vIV "'
; 3inks thdug-ht tlae ?r����^lt>-Io-f %hie  clt-
vision,   which? was vin f.favor   of   the-
the
Wrah"d.e-'a.riU "G'erm'ariyf'Conie'?T6" AgVee--.
^;" ":V'V  "y;V- ;me^t?^nVT��r��ff,y?yyy^Vy VyV:
;V-fparis.^^Ftance ? ahd*?' Gei-r^nyVliave*'
���^aali^reat-y^yB&^dpLarge^ -nny ;*htQ^
||avov'e^:^atlo^tlf^Hi1��-SK .saJ'teas "^thtiee;,
tyears of; rfrequehtly?' iirtei-rupfed iaegbS;
Jiations. ...���' ."/"  ;, :'-:Vi.^':Vy?fyVf Vyy-'V..^'..
p.?"�� l 4ii ?a^b6iri;paex?;aa,��^^^
^vai-' - tli^s^^nie*a^^V'^Wectiyb,?^
^mb^rn6?:":i8yV;il5| 'treaty^rance^-wlll:^
^et- better terms-'on agricultua*ai PrbV
||iict?S," te.-��tileg^v^ip^
^t--^ti'i'file)|;.Va^d;^*po-fte
'irianyc;;- will 4.benel^:'.:pn?v .bhe mie.^ls, - jo&Z:
Ceiiinery, electrical good's, cement arid?
Ifeathei^^-wOrk.    Most ? fayore4 ;ynation?
%-e'aiSa'ieii^- '-wiir'^be -uiipileQ. ���-*-for;rf both?
^id.es'f^by^1 Deceitiber r-;^:.5,:^'i-'&"2S';i:-tif: tlie'
RllIS
.. e"'* "������;���:'' <*'%
x��*.
-I
uoiftstde  the   rn-ovinee*
baa has ��;OOOy��;ivaiiaolev:
Coal For East
thda
British   Colmn
.    I..  ��� i"-t"i-yiry^ysv* y;. '*;>.���:-";
atid   all- Chaneso     territory,     -whether
uf^ld   by   foreigners   who  play  golf or
by|>Chine��'e generals for mangciava;jaag.,
'   %v.   {'���.  C.  Wu, 'Almist-i^-yofyForoika-
Avails   for   the   Nanking   Nationalist
<i*|!;ernnienl, _    annotanced     that     the   Outlook    More
Ctvilnese intend to use the incident for | me'nts To Ontario This  Fall
a Show-down �����*>   the waiter of  flights y ��� Toronto.-���Following
��\|r Chinese  tea riiory.     ' I hero/between   M
Srhe ?Ea*it$lVl:;iail'' tho   eyofefV?1tief! ly^'^^^BiNI?'
CM'ifViesc   :and; JnternatiooafV-?'law V;vai*e? aiad-^ow^rapStcni
SjFr-yiaice    won    the}_, long    coaiiested;
���i^glityto.,export ���,a ���..,].i.inite.d_^a^io'aiaat of
^11103;^ to  fQ.ei^aKitiyf.i-  on  f ^"ayorabley.
bv i'terins..
!�����-,
r .  v.. C�� I\
1-
'IA'
fgood; tiling for Ireland. ���
His action in failing. tc�� vote as his
colleagues ^ofyfthey National** JLOague
CRsVciuionltesyS did^���ug*ja nst;   the   frov-
 ���.'?.-"?��� ! ernment-v-is likely to result.in his ox-
Favor'able    For   Ship- j pulskm lrom-iiIs party.
. I;
| Editors f during Canada
iBritish-   P"arty:VWi|.J "Go ver;   Dona inio n
|��V . From'.Coast To Coast "?    -?-;'^
|| M��mtreal.-HBrjtish newspaper   oywrxr
The first suggestion that? Mr- Ji^��" ij3**'y:*^V ^
(���rl��i ins 1-s - ftsv: ^regards tlfeiiv?a visit ion
policy in China." Da-. Wu said, adding -lh&tya;fhbugii tiae Chinese had
aaot alio force to .meet 15ritish "im-
Pt'
Wpl"
i
'i^a��' aoropiauo incident -lias' iu-kuU-
edfln Ihitish d'< naands for the x-etua*ai
ol's,:|fio, wings  of  the  'pla-aie.  the  only
ttbthburyVfti^ide   coui4;
anasBioherf bfyAJberta? tiae outloofei" be-^
conies   more   optiniistic   for   shipaaaent
f tor Toronto-arid? Oritarib .geriei'ally/of
Mberia caial.   t ���
esiaoi
to.
in
;\vho   said ;?tlui^��Jinks   siapnorted, yiho .1 Maa-itimes   andVbefore - returning    t
losolution tOvbte aguinst^the^bvba-n- | tlie Oiiiy^aaid wii% cover Cai3ada frof
menlyadoptjed at. a? party,. caaac'Ujg  re- j bpasfifo ce^.s^. '��� :    ���?  ?     Ay-."'
cetttlV-:'wa^iWrhi^
Eiri^nn "an hour before the .vote was ] again.   Canada^?*1 o^y      will    be told
aerfaiisiaV they intended to -lot the "As 'ho railw;iy commission is now j takl^u but then disappeared.-'Captain ! throughout the?leaigt.h and breadth of
vtarid. kaaow what the British-wwre <io- j ^PK*d'^ijlSytIi63.:5ll^t:��-u? *'$$ S'^PM^-| "WilliamyRedmottd;? leaderybfy;the^NaV;j Creat Britaiix," , saiid. John Sidney
n|2.'"'"'"""""' .."���'"���"?' :-:        \--yy-y-   -.-������ j rates' oav Alberta coal for shipment to ; doual   league   Party,   was   quoted   in | #hg.  paesadeaatVbf the? British News-
' eastern   points   we.   havo   every   hope | {llf,  deBpaLch  as  expi.OHS^^^
at'we arc  going  to get a rate  this I ion  tlm<   Jillks'   failure  to   vote   with \ m   thij
never
- - * ������
agaiii.  resist
W.e; ycaai
yoaa*,"- said Mr. Stutchbury, *'and j llls ^oHe^ues must 'have ?, resulted.^; hylnging iii the faianiecf Canada at
parts of the-machine^ttaaxty a RcyUl ?&ar -b| ,lerty'i^. ?��P& to hf f- f*^A�����7em??xy ffom^liis %t^g spirited a%ay. unless ! every opportunity, yBefore we loft;
Eoai'o dot achmetrt! had %b1 ctttriecl off ' -'" Vf^^vq lil Aiherpsto Oaitario.    The. '.j -fe niid.Abeoav ovbrcoine   hf  vS sudden | c|anada   to jnauy.of   us,   was   just   a
"railway boaa-d. 1 expect, will make its | il!no?p .    ^   ;   ^... . - *      | r^tch pt redyrpn/theynaa^
i ifpw . woVape;i;ebing yte'-jajinazi'ng "firo;?
i-'jiuu  Liit: ijovei'iniioiii-i-wiii nave  wa  taivt* ��� w��"      -������^����: .,':.;-*..��������-:-���-* .   ��-ave ���      ' "-'" '        "'     "'"'   -   * -- ���'-��� -
ahe  <?h?noso   ae-used   .to   a-oa
to ^afoU
ri."ed.
$heta
hefoa*e.   C^hhieso   i roopp
f;/ahi.liaigs .before, the. end, of the niouxb
ira.ftd the tjOvGi-Jaitaimt-^Ylityhave to 'take
���cfet ion  after that. We1 feel  pretty cer-
foi-e   the ..wlugs/-..aiSijpr:Ggi^iiriJoJin^
Dtig;a,,,tho  qriOsh. .comuiahder ' or- i ror>V ,, ;lU1";baslne thatV?statemont on I
1
d.e?$etl   the  railwoyy between  Shanghai
llsijjg.chpw aiiclfNairgpoVto; fee oaat south
of ^oocliow Ci-ook nn^ii 3E>rl��asft firbopss'���'���.
wajye ' posted at stiivtegac ypoitus;
around the city, thus re^ffcenp.:&ahg; th��?j
po.^|s hetd hy 'thean during th��...irou-.
blbM several liiotiths ago which fo'l'.-
lovs^u .fiio ;c^i*pturbvol ahatigiapif by  (he
i the  evidence  submitted."
Pacific Aii: Race
Oglting Pant Failed
portibtas-? and?? development's?; for   our-
Nlev\r York? poctorjjForced To  Perform jVf?.
Operation Under Difficulties } T]tirkish
It Gallipoli
^���'Vl*t'*i|if*^'^'rWe have '.loved*,-'every-'
minute of our time. We are',tired, of
vbburse, because? we? ^have worked
h^rt'dj'i' 5freniiei.''";33aiuwiii told, -the citi~
?zeri^7o��'HaIifex;l-a. his parting address.;
.^'iyliaV^ ., of..tame .,.
fc?^tilii;;^I^re..ft^?/&p.a^a,?an.4 wheii .Jt....
~iiA^ 1 through, fwith   the   dmies   of   my
^rS��bat: post I will  comb:  again."   he
���6ddedy.>.,--yf?;yV?,.f;,,V- -/���;??' S r. :?^'';y?f ;.'-:-;'--
i:,;TlieV,addrbsse,s? offweicoine   by? ihe
pirbyiu*c;e aiad^. by the   city yvyer^e, said V
yMrf J^dwin; ''steeped in  the history
of this cbiitinent and? cbUclaeci in, lata--
gtarage to-waa^it fChe heart oif aifyEng- .^
lislini-aia?*'   TheV?Prmie   Minister *tbok"
exception to'" two- v/oi-d^j in addresses: -'; ?
ivOV-a> Scotia   had   called, iaiss^;visit   it:
iio3iday;vanaA Jstalifax^ciilied, it-x-ecrea-
tioh. ���   lie   felt   as.i though   he   anight
have  to go back  to liKglancl to work
in order to* get a little -rest.
y On the chain of ofrice worri';byihe
���inaypr1 Avas. the.date 1749.��� .-���;'���   '- ---f   ''--'��� ���
.^"rvcan  almost   remenibea-  that ;far y
;babkf": gaiety Ma-. Baldwin.  "As;, it; is, ��� L;....
do', roniember    thait    those    were    as
gloomy   and.   as   depressing   years   as
Great  Britain  over    passed    thvougii.
^"m'd thr'ough those    years    this - city
stood; as  a   sentinel.   It  was' the :one
spot,? whea-e  the. - flag- was   aievea*   low -
ered, and it is the spot whei-Q it...will
never be   lowred  so  long as  the  dag '.-"
���flies ahywliere.    It   Svas here tliat   I lie
Roya:iists came to take shelter ��� that'
magnificeuf. sfbek,  fried in every fire,
which became the parents of this part; '
of Caaiada, gave the very best ,to the ���
life of the-people of today.   ... ���'.
"! a*ead with great interest the- vje-
port of. the commlssiori under the
chairmanship of Sia- Andrew HRae
Duncan," the Premier coritiiiiaed? "I
trust the 'result- of; tlaat; report anay
he to.increuse the prosepriay of; these
proviniees."; ..,,%.-     ...-;.<.?>
-A'atlonalists?
IK
alfeuliirpien ��i?it
I Art.   Goebel,   Hollywood   Stunt   Flyea-,
f'VffV'y    *T**kes?: First   Priarey   ."���?./--[
'��Whej&ler Field, yff oriosl ulu?a��� Making-
a   poafoet,-landing .at   XVheeler   Field,
sUaait&dyi-Jtaf&s ? aa*nay  aviation 'flpltl!.2-5?
laaile's   frona   floaioluUi,  the   monoplane
V'Newt *vfork.yfiVlrs.;.?Violt!t Moore. ��� of
Jersey City, is i*eoovering from an
operation for appendicitis performed
by. a he? light ?of an ? eh? ctric IJ&sh 1 ight.
iii' a "hospital" cturiii'g^an olecti-ic storni.
:   The   dc-etor   had -^aist.atlniinisteaed
bait of .light-
,the anaesthetic when: a
aaitig extan,*uashed  evea.-y electric light
\Voolaa*oc? ^pilot||il   ffhyj'   Ari?.y Goelafel, j,jn  tlae daospital.  t)r.  Mnttaat,;' tiio su
Trip;  Through   West   Proving    Enjoy-
V;        able and Educntional
Ii3daTionton.���Itepregehting   1S . d.'fl'ea*-
oaa.t??countrios.   120 dologatos  trout tho
World     Potaha-y     Ccngross. -   a-ocently"
lioUywopd.VCalif.. .sltint tiler, landed
here Ua win, first, prize .bf- ^f��,0��)0 hi
the Dole air derby}������ ?i'rom Oakland".
Cal.. tlae lirst of its k.md. ever held.
Nearly two;- laours later -Mai-tin Joia-
.-oii,   ��>ialy   Honolulu"-entt'saut,   piloting
'second, prize.
hold*; at Ottawa.: arrived'at  lldmonton, j the monoplane'Alolta," deseeaided amid
all itiostly aired  from  long "train join-- j Iho  thousands   of spectators ;  at    the
ttoyjs and  anticipating a  good  a-ost  iaa ! field, winner of the !? 10,000 offered, for
tho.fclty (.V.ii'ing the day. ������'���".V    -1'
ft<jn. ,1. ���'&: Maialn. MinLster pf Agri-'i
culture for Ontario, is one of the j
Poultry Cotigross toauisi. visitors who!
haoVnot hcM>n hofore in Kdmonton. lie |
was'Va nalli>r al. the Rta-Ua-lueiit. Build*..I
ingy? during ilao "morning ' und com- |
pare^l notes for a ,short time .with, has
Alboj-tii riihuing ninto, lion. George
lloodleyV,.    '���.-,,���������      ;?;-���.       ���;.(   ��� -,y ,
geon, called. foFsome Port of light and
.Missf-Maa-v. Reed? hospit.al supfriiiiteu-
donf. fouhd a flashlight. Foi'V-in hour
and ten. minutes tho surgeon-.-.-worked
aindeiy its rays until; 'the opea-aaion
was completed. Mrs. Mooue was taken
from the op��iating loom -^ust^as the
elect uc light  fla-.hr d on ag.mi
Government   To   -Erect, IVl-e-
Vi      rfj-orial To Countrymen W.hb     :;-.
S!r "Perished In \yar?v ..}'}.
IPaHi.pc>li> Tui-li.^y.. ���;-The. Tprkish
i-^jvernnie.iit is to ei-ecr. a lMenioraak-on
t^��; h^gJits~-o^jC;{Uap<di^^.tt3W;n^w
Tdrks who perished iaa the��� C^-eal;. Waaj
cS)npaign  there.
H\ccording to *i member of, the ,C.on>.
struct ion Com mit.f-.ei->- ii. wall lJeVof ysafcli.
pirioportiriais "that it wallfymak^f
oxistiaag mouiimeaafs ( aected by tho
^aes seoan iio anoro .than Insignificant bats -of stone/' ���      y''&{?<
fflt will be, 1S2 feet.high and^-p3ft,pO<X
alt-eady ftaM b"een?apptopriatod-by tlie?
Mtaistry of Defence foi lis conktaiac
tion.
Entitled To Equal Favors
C.apadians   .'Ira.-   U.S.   Should    Receive
���V Advantages Offered  To   British
;,.���;. Emigranta...  y-;-   ,-���;..;
Afonqtonr   N.R.   -V ;"The   iaioyement
j whicja  Is  aU'oot ;to,'.brlaiK British eanl-*,:
A,   story   of   good' vvo^' all   aoa-oss: grants to Caaiada must aiot. be aecepi-
Cniiijilu  is (old  by the tlnt.aa'io nianis-   ed, hy us uaaloss tlio saaiio:'sulvaaa'tagos
ter.,;jln   hj.s  own   province     the     fruit   whioh    It   m   propped ^ to    give   i.lipsor
yloldV is only t'ahy bait ga-uaai and othor ' nov.-romors bo also given  to oni- owiv
crops., tire   tOvcollont,   With   ii 'piiiHl'cai"- j olft/eais  nraw  living    In     tlae    i:fiilto<r
larly  notltieable ��� iiaca"oa.t*t.��  In  tin- aero- ' Statoi-a   aud. who   are VdosU*ouH   of  ivy
aigi* under tohuecto, lie saild, lurhing   to   their   country   of   origin,
Mi-. i\inrtiaa WaM'ga-oatly sfrucU wilh
tho npijoarani'e of alio wheat' Holds
iLltiaag ihe raihvuy betvvnen - Saslui.aooaa
and l<klnioaaloai 'Mid liked llu- summer
lallowiaig that lie hjiw there ami else-
whom In iho VV��>.sf.- 'Iho whole trip-
through the W.ost In ru-ovhig both on*
.loynhlu? niul oducatlonul, ho says, not
onl.v io, the momhor.-t of tluy tourinn'
party vjr'ho oonao front other oo.ii.avlrlei-
hut lo ^t'liniid.'unH) lalao hlmsolf,, ivhn
lire  sierotupaiayiug   llu in.
;     Noted  Artist Dead
London. IMehai-d   if'n ton   Wood-
yllle. MuRli.s|l ml 1st, l'liinvn for* his
haillo juilntlu-'.-s, was round atlaot in
lilS I'.amllo and o'.'od on tho vviiy to (he
ho.mlia.!. lie w:i:i hoa*n in T.f/ndon,
Jntiuiiry 7. isnr., and was eduoatod In
Cernuiiay. lie i>.\hllaltod his first pic-
lum InVfho IJoynl Actidomy, In 1S70,
yliu-e vvlaii��� h he has born jepi-osoaxted
aniiiiiilly. lie painted, .several largo
ploluaofci- Iii ^VindMor Cnwtlo for the
(."tuaooja. lie alno wrote au-iiclos tan
tt��i��na*�� aan'd tanvel.
MMWNrWrwMMrNM
' ' w.
n.   it.   -i��nri
was one of- tho outstanding state-'
moms made by the r-Ipn,,.P.. Jl. Vonlpt,
al a p'aiblie gather(ng Which cioaod ahe
lirst .day's ,��;proceei!.ingr, tvf the,,--ninth
Fronid'a-'Aoadlnti oongai.-SH hold In thin
city. -.   ���'
GrectiOfjs Were Delayed
Mt.'������ Paul, Minn.���t -haistnius groei,-
t,aag{4 for, III2(1 nt��o being vacofVori by
itbout 200 rilonds of %*.r. atiad Ria*H. A:
l|, ...lackHou, JackHou found tho bundle of aaumnlled cards a-.ndoa- tlae Bout
of his uutomobiUi rooontly titad ik'op-
pod tiiom Iia a mall' be v. Tie hud eji'r-
I'lod thoaii In-the c.;ir alia no IuhI. I'o
comber.
Bent* Wrecks Sedan
Ash-ford., Wainh.���A picnic party' In
JUtlnlcr Katloual I'ark , returned. to
llaolr parked fttia- after a short, hike
anal found a' lavgo bear clambering
oaito tho top, Tho -lop of tho modau
gave way under tho anlmurH wolght
jtnd b.��t. It down' Into tho tonnonit,
whoro It HiuaKlaod lt�� way to ftoodom.
. m        +    1t ,it . ' m
/LU*   ��'.    il.i!    t.'iU     i'*i i|J|,    ||>I41    M.ti.t.,..dn    n.i..
Ai'inolbdied
��\
^    ^
li*.
Vs*>^.    *.
���^a-MM-M^^
Estate WortH Thirty MilKon
.. ���       ������j .���^i-i���:'���'   ������������������������---<������������ -^
Brothers -   -arid   - Sisters     Of    v-Arthur; ?
\tyalker5:Beceive  Large Sharey:���:���.
;y f-Jfo-w fYoi-k.-^lieVwiil^of:?Artluiiy-T:. .f
^.Wullcoi^. Jieafrffto���,.,tke^
.vvaa-d  P? Searles, Met huon,  Mass.,  ro-f
���cluseViOiives-'tlie'-bulk of his' ?3O,0OO,-
Op^e^tate to lais four sisters and two
l^;i^Herf3y,';; The. will,   which   was   died
Sh^$3t?ookl^a^.falsoVprovIded a $200.0��>0 ^.
,]&ec[u|s|j|to Wsilkea*^s* seca*otary,   E.   1*;.
Ru<l/i. .  Rfi*.   Walker,   who   was   a   native of Chat'haiai, Ont., wa'- "burieal   in
that city' last?"Satua*day"& V
Walker'sf'seeretary w;is   b(><]U;?ai 1 led
���^75,006 fn. the original will datedJ^b-,
14,  1923, b>at  iaa ti; codicil   dated .Jtino '
26, 1925^ tlie'iiaiaouait was increased  io
'���$200,000?-       'yy  '���;��� "    r
The vsecrotaa*y    wsis    named    *-o5o
��\.   ��� ' ���. ���   ,.���������!>��� ���;. ������*
exeo'tttdr wilhbaat bond. Thel"e were
aaumoa-otas bequests a-at\gi.ug from s:',,-
V)0U to $25.000,to frhuidSiVC    .'
"'��� *      "*""'7 ""h~..:
Norwegian ��� .Emigratits"^' v;;;:;
Coming To Canada
Quota
... ��� i
and
For     U.S.     Is     Limited
Dominion  Benefits .
St. Paul. Minaa.���t'uamdu hi getting
tlio , emlgruaitia of Norway, Cha-lr-tlun
Anderson, .an employee of the t" Diversity of Aliaanosota agrictaltui al
school horo, slated on his return from
a vlalt to his native hand.
���"Undof'tho laaamigi-ation law of th��>
Unltod StatoH,. tho "NOaweglan quota
Is only at fraction of the number that
would lilco   to  come  hero,"  Aaadorsoaa
HHid.
"Catnuda bus been apalck to see the
poij-Jl.." he said, "ami bus agents Iai
Norway." .
Dances to the Wind
"Moving t.�� Melody ".of wind in the plifea sand, thuncllorliig wafern that
turnhlo down tins Claiat's Hfupn in PuriadiHo Valley. Tlao beautiful dameer
is MIhh Monat Franco and Iho Hinge with Ita rugged uottliiK la to bo found not
Tar   "mm   tho   "'ruu^-M** ."! .raIr*-   T.ouIh-0   1st   tho   Caintullsnn _ mor-'lrb'-in   *ada<-ro   Minn
France hais boivn UivllduyliiKA
For Protection.Of Air Pilots
I.oaulon.���Piracy on tho high h��-uh
and highway robbery are now t.hlaigs
of the pnst, and air priaitos avo thn
danger of todtty. To moot this new
moniuin, the pilots ot ��)Ulllon-f*n.rj-yJnF!
ailfonir't- of tho lla-ltlsh imperial Airway h limited fire being armed villi
revel voa-Ji.
Foretst Fires Ira Duffalo^ReBerve
ICdmonton. -~ pia-o l-nngors Im*.*-
'boon ordered to Iho Uuffttlo rosca-ve
near l<\ort Hnalth whore u tlorce forest, fla-e Is mild to bo Valazlaag. Th��s
herdli o* M'ood and plwlns Imffnlo
mcilnfctlnod tliofo  by    tho    l*)oiulnloii
ifU Wtj'l ��J4ll��ii��L   ����*���-''   <*   1'.������*��'��.   V.��*>V��C*".  *���    '���'"'.-
i.rv��v��n   ��f   wild   llH-V   ����'���"��  tloHlrO'Vod.' TRB  CB^STOK   &EVXETB?  Tteu  ��������� *=,  CRESTON REVI������W  Issued every Friday at Creston* B';C.  Subscription : 82.50 a vear in advance.  $3.00, tp U.S. points. "l-.   ' ' . v     ,  C. P. Hatbs. Editor aaad Owner.  ORESTON. B,C��������� PKiDAY. SEPT.   2  Works MSoth Ways  On or afeotsfc ���������Tune 9th there -a*fts  a provijium? by-election- in ^Tortli  Okanagan. in which the Cotiserva  tives held the constituency by a.  majority " that ���������. increased 60 p������������p  cent.  And forthwith the Tories set up  the olaim that wlafo-t happened in  the Okanagan wo ild be repeated  in all other" constituencies were opportunity given to vote, so fast  was the electoral pendulum 8wiiaja������  ing back to Conservatism.  On   Thursday last   there  was a  siuiilap.ewsfjteiBt In ������ew' Westmiiiis  ter where the liberals retained .the-  seat  by   a majority that increased  nvAr ^00 *vsj-> cesit.  The  Review   is   altogether   too  praetioal to reverse the Tory argu  ment  of June, and say the swing  has set in 800 per cent, strong   for  Liibershs-r*..  But   it   might   be  well to recall  mffik.   ilE IfflfiTeMAVS  wibi8������i us   "^JS^F-iMScS  ������"*-*=  that with I>r. M������  niiamiAP  and minister of finance history  may just repeat what happened in  federal affairs about a year ago.  when the Kobb budget was instru  mental in restoring the Mackenzie  King administration after three  months out of office due to the vir  tuai usurpation of power by the  Rt. jEEcn. Arthur Meighen.  Certainly if the Tories knew-  what they were talking about in  June such a contingency is well  within the bounds of possibility.  Canada appears to feel safe with  governments with Scotch treasurers. -  ��������� ;���������s��������� .m  day last week sis cars of horses  were shipped out of Vernon for Russian,, Soviet government."  The;!adies* ai4*of Pentjcfcon United  Church have undertaken to finance the  purchase of the new ch*a*eh!������ pipe organ.        .  1162 autos registered at the tourist park at C������anD;oo& GUiing July* a  gaia ������������^1*15 over the fame" month last  year.   ���������  Fernie auto tourist camp claims the  distinction of being the Only one in the  interior to fly the Canadian flag every  day.  During, the last week in July Cranbrook experienced six.tragic deaths, two  of which were the result of car accidents.  Vernon council has refused to provide free rides for the children of that  town who wish to swim in Kalanaalka  Lake.  Some of the wheat yields at Grand  Forks will run as high as 35 bushels  to th  wiii be ������5.  Most or cnem  I "With me closing down of the Otis  Staples sawmill at Wycjiffe that town  as beginning to take on the air of a deserted village/  Nothing slow about the youth of  Kimberley. The Pressrtells that Master Chris* Foote celebrated his fourteenth birthday by giving a bridge whist  for his juvenile friends oaf like age.  AUTO FOR SALE  For sale at a sacratice to close oait an  estate, Franklin enclosed car. seats  five, 6-cyUnder engine, in good condition, rubber good. Full particulars  apply F. J. OATTS, Creston.  WIFE TAKES VINOL  FEELS FINE NOW  it aas now Deen discovered tnat, interpreted in Canadian, the word Kelowna means, "grizzly bear."?  . **I Wiis weak and had no- strength*  Since taking Vinol, I feel fine now  and do my. work, again."���������Mrs* G.  Barnesbergor. The very FIRST woek  you take Vinol. you begin t*> feel  stronger, eat and saeep better. Vinol  is a simple, Mtrengtbenirtg iron and  cod liver compound in use for tfver'25  years by weak nerVoVss women, run*  down men and,sickly children. A.Cres-  toc I>r������g & Batik Stoare. ?   -;  -.-���������  for Etatmomical TtansportatUnf'-  #% I  3Z03I13  IN   CHEVROL  H l^fORY  QUALITY has always  come firBt with Chevrolet. And never before has the Chevrolet insistence upon quality been so  strikingly exemplified as now!  Improvement where improvement-was possible!  Refinement where refinement could be made!  Grace and beauty added to the Chevrolet quality  of rugged endurance 1 Chevrolet has left no  stone unturned in the building up of Chevrolet  QUALITY . . . quality which has won Chevrolet the greatest automobile sales volume in  the world today.  And, Chevrolet has used its popularity, its  huge production, its vast resource's, to effect  substantial savings in purchasing and manufacturing costs���������and Chevrolet is sharing these  savings with the buyer, in the form of new and  lower prices.  Come in today. Learn that the ^fost Amazing  Quality and the Lowest Prices in Chevrolet History constitute the greatest Value that even  Chevrolet has ever offered.  New and Lo'wer Prices.  Totxritag, $643    , Sedan ---..-. $850  ~ **"     Landau Sedan        -    ���������������    915  Imperial Landau Sedan    055  1-Ton TructV Chosaaia  -    635  Itoatbter  645  Sport Road������tcr ... 720  Coupe  765  GUmofct ..... 875  GiMch  yS���������  Roadster Delivery _  Couvnthvaoiul GnutaHU  -    -645  m, **tC(Qa������  Prices at Factory, Oskawa, Ontario���������Taxes Extra  Premier Garage, Creston  Palmer 'Si Maxwell ,-('  KQQTEHAY GARAGE, GratlDrook  TMEKS5T AMAZIMC QutllHtf INChtVHOLtl  MlaiOHr   - - .....~.^< -..., .--��������� ���������-������������������ -- - - - -~��������� ������������������ --������������������ -   - -- ���������- - -���������i'iiiii 1 milirnrmri���������iirmr-iirr'-iir-l,r~r~rf~-.-y~r-^'--~~^-"-->---������* ���������������-..-��������� ���������������*���������-m-mm  BlB������a   fur%vB'w������9Pm\ _  _  anne    rn^OaHBl������inUvRtl ILE-^  Ten, Twelve and Fourteen-Quart. Sizes  eg a  PLFTE CTflfiK riF -sfm.fr  j*)*****!        mm ^SSw    *bi    *m*%*\*9 ^QB^    68    ^jd^'- ^6BB^* iK   V&������ ^99r   SS * 1^BS^^ flflSBi Af    **A RE^Sb QBBB ������9 -������B  PERFECT SEAL, GEM, MA^NS���������Regu^r  W 9 m m%  CI7PC  *^M. &A ������j)imf'  fAmf"%--^ __jt-_^ ' K. ���������^ -J-;??*KJf_��������� iff:' 4H* _ II _;- "  Dry Goods  Groceries  Ftsrolffgrs  1S5SB  -#-  J3.J8.  itid  Season is again with us  m*mm*mmi^m~m������m~mmmmmi~mmm^mL-L^mm~m^mmtmm~m*mL*m^mmmi     ���������   un m^���������ma*mmmJm**}l~ammmmt*mrlm^m^m*mm^������mmmmSSmm*m^^  ;_,-'-- fi      - " *- " ������������  We have in stock to meet your needs/  a large stock of Sealers which include :<  * :     -a -.-.'..'       4 "        '  ."������������������.���������'.'*������������������- *' i"'.-- s- ^- s        * t ^ ,     lt'ti*4 *��������� ** *  -  Kerr-Mason Wide  Mouth���������Pints, Quarts,  Half-Gallons.  ,- ^Perfect Seal and Improved    Gem in above sizes. '  White Rubbers for Perfect Seal a^id Gem Jars.  Economy and Schram Tops.  Mason-Kerr  Lids for iwide mouth;or regular size?-  v. v ���������?,"  . \e   v?-Y...������������������', s-. "'��������� v "> ���������    ��������� ---.        '���������'���������".''       "���������������������������"���������'..",;'-' ���������"  Lids arid Rines for all jjarsO > ;v  FOR P|iKLiNG���������Grosse^  and all the  necessary Spices. ^  LET   f^|lfy|OAMV  LIM TED  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada        1  ,       TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals ah follows:    Plaoer Gold,V^7R,D18[948;      Lode Gold, $120,972,318,  Silver, #80,787.d03;    Lead, $LO0,976^442;   Copper $209,067,068?    Zirio, 650,512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $264,099,133; Structural Ma to rials aiid Miaoellancoiie Minerals, $50,175,407; taak-  .   V*   ing ita utiinoral produotiow to the ond of 1925 show an     y        ,\  Aggregate Value of $988,108l470   vi  Froducticm? year ending December, 1926, $67^88,842  Tlio Minirtpr .Laws off this Province are more liberal nnd tho turn lower than those of   - any other Provinoo in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Oftrnpire/'.  Mineral looations aro granted to diedoverera for nominal feejou  AbsoliitO'TitloB Wo obfcninaad hy-developiug ouch pro Aortitis, the nacourity ot whioh ie  guaranteed by Grbv/n'-fcrantii  B*nl1 informat-ion. to|t?efch������r wibb Manirap; Hn-oortw and Mfa>poik mny be oHtai-ned fajrati-s by  addreasing-r-      ' -     ��������� '  THE HON/ THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA      s  A  N-B.���������PrtutJiinlly all BrltiBh Oolaambta /MJrapral Proporfcloa upon w3atch dovcloprtiont work luwa b^en dorao  '��������� aro di'Bnribecl in kovno one of thai Annual Bonbrta of tbe Mm Inter of WUnow.   Thomft con mI<]u drag na^nSnji;  lnvoHtinnnts Hhonld votov to aaiah raptyrts.   They aire iiv-ftSlabJo ivitboaib ehnrgann npplicut.ion to tho Do-  pit.it-tLatiL'iBt o  Minod, Victoria, B.C.    Manovbu of the CJookoRacul Sairvey ol Oiuiadar, Wlncii Buildliifit Van-  con vor, nvo reoommended nn VAliaaible KtinrccB of Inform Anion.  Ittpnria carsrlr.f; each of -thp '!������|Ir ������Jtt!cr-i! Sayvcy'35!iti'3cta ������U'i> ^^Wi<a4iuiJ't*������ag^*i������*l'u.-I^', w.^ mm a>������������*i4.  able on application. ��������� V -  **������"'"������������^*ji|7"*l_"i^������i*w"^i"i'i''i'i'ii"'M ���������JTHB . fcBBgS^E , BK VfF.W  ss-s  MUk^Cr^am  Kv  r-*i  -sf^-a^rri  * ^  ^iffBfM^cy^gy^a*|p*lBi  tl .JJtaMH tRsmmWmmfmVI&S^Smfaj****.***.*^ Qf*\    B  tt-  Effective-^������pfc. IstvFatfr rai*  Whiter ^lisdtsle of \ pdees  will tife-ffsaila as follows j .  mm   t - -C  >*s    >��������� -      - j .������    ������������������ '  '** ':JtfYT-/K"*^f '. . ,'.' ���������    %  JEftSEY���������7 :Cfiart������ for $1,00  HOL8XE5N���������lOQiUtrts^r *~  Mars. S. A. Speers Seffc on Thairsilay  last on a short visit with relatives i������"  Toronto, Ontario, 'and on'Eer retQirO it  is expected her' father. Mr; MoMahon,  ^IVacckmipany'heV. -to spend the next  " few months in. Creston.  light service from the  Jawoyy plant has  CBEAjSsI  A-   ������iJ>b ���������   ���������   ���������   .    ������    a*.^^ g     A    SiS*. s  15o.  rn-sinn |isir������  -^-* *a> **t *-** *       *** - ��������� **  ft. A, COSSFwRT  1  "Tne eiectrie  1C O. Uodger-a bos  heen extended   to  serve the   Sevan  garage. Fraser's   bakery and Kelly's  drugstore, .which  were :s& up fa:  ftrst time on Saturday night.  W, H. Brownie. grazing assistant,  -Nelson, was here at the first of the  week issuing permits to mat hay. and  regsor&s' issuing |HBt- about ISO license*',  aboait 45 of which ate for tesidents ai  Wymid&ttx%4_the Sirdar section.  OHie Christie off JKiniberley is spend  Ing his t������?o weeks* vacation at Ores-  ton* arriving on Saturday, and leaving  on Sunday with his sister; I*yda, on n  fow^ays* visit **?fth_ their mother who  is a hospital patient at Nelson at p^e������  sent. * -y       " *  Mr> ������i������3 'fsi-n.. -A. BL Davies , .are*  spendih-g'tt couple of weeks on t%. visit  *s?Sth old firiesds ?&*l fcTernly*. anrtoto-cinsr  to that town ?^������esdsy ���������^���������wUh - -. their  -^eaghteer'." Miie Elsie Uawisw,=who h*BS|  -been holidaying ������dth tbezu tiae p������st  ������*eek������ "/."*-  ���������- , ,i    ���������  S^OSHsrsits Fos sSAX.s-^-Single bed.  mattress and storing; double bed. mattress   nnd   soring; lounge* 0 straiRht  ^%j^9m^^0sf^mf���������Sm^������^^-^fi^A  "    /f*M* Amfsar*. 4^tsmmm^^r!>'    Wfcs&Wtmrmrmmr*wxjmai-%rg . s&"Jf*WS  __ ���������,���������    v ���������jmC B iniran      i iiniii ib -tBr" jSFS iiS,a{~"  1  ^a *_w������.I������e^3ml^"-*���������*���������i5,-  , ���������    - -      ������   -      ������... ,���������  j chen tabled S-stovis. Tkit������h>**  A 49BC.CP* -  =fe  ���������ii^������aS'������lI'*sae������a������eBsao^  ���������...-. ,~  .-,-   ���������-,,- wt^sisiUb  rrtrtrw^rrji'sfc ������������rs������' Ena\i!r*Ni to*������ t^l*<. -.  SSrs., W./K* Bro^mXJrestoai, -   ^  John Ryckenail was a; yisito^with  Cranbrook frjends ������ few^VdnysUIasfe  wf+'k and with the conapKteieaiis o^the  Hiwl and -Gun Cilub yea^y appropriately  furniflbed Editor Stallivso of the Cou-  rlet with i3ome very firie tront foi������  ETyiday dinner.* V       <  Something in the way of a jumbo in  ii.he toma������io family ������?as beiai? displayed on Monday from t*h> Jas. ,Co������k  gat?den* It ameasu������vd SI inches In c:r=  ctifaiferenee and^-ws Sghs-d.' the ?yen dine  and  -asras of]  grown  @ =it?& libera!  Youcaa ������sw* frlratSttper^X-wrillactiaf^ fihotgain  s-atteso-fwds.  gtsctt^o^r^yi^-^w^t^^nsstezta^^  s{v-n*ta������252MSKkwi3S3lc. OnMtta^,yoowfflne-a������be������  Ttaoe 8KP8 naanyorfaear esdtasive tftatures ia Weatcm ehdlsaiidtiSe catbjdges dioa|  i&tcsest ^asoters cwiywli-jre. Ihe new, hard^aittxcas, ^oaealwoeag Xpsrc ������hm  Sss>3?!!sa������������^B������mln������������3a.   .-'"'."      ������������������:��������� >- . .  Do you Baww -die advantages of Western Held aheE-aa, poplar wife -abooiKra ic*r  50years? itesycuinterestediarifea? I^e"MMfcisraiaa*!1*!;."R.^������carts^dgBft  fer^^^ i^j^ -^aincy. "ioa oug������s ie &nc������ *!������ss S^ W^?ss i������-^ *^  Vdbcity^ ������aJ *dae Iwbaloy bullet Jacket metal that tttMM-oteiy gfate^uw*.  &oB>������ T^������3-^xffBm������E^aiS*Dnprob!cn������. Let ui-serve you. Weart^caks������  iaihsviQttehiaous  AMMUNXTIOH  VIC. MAWSON  ������a98������������������ai ���������ursa-saasawaseasasniaaaTBBaasasiasn  unaanssaaaiBMia  ���������Bagwrf-wagagesMB  pound and three qaaatteaa-s.  the   Breakfast  varietv,  waftbont irrigation.  Instead of a sojourn with friends  | across the lane. Dr. and Mrs. Lallie  i got away on Mcuaday for a week's vasat  n��������� coast points, including the fair at  New Westminst������r. The doctor has a  very fine opinion of New Westminster  pcop:������ genertdiy &&tet  victory on Thutsday last.  Quite a severe electrical storm pas-1  sed over the Vaiiey ������>n Sunday nighi>  tiat-inging with it a rainfall of about a  quarter of an inch which-' was just  what was -aj-anted to put the color on  the apples as well^as expedite sizing.  Wednesday 'was-' rainy all day, when  aootheaf inch of wetness came down.  The village bank account bulged to  lhe extent of.$1408.00 on Thitrsd������y  morning l������st when treasurer W. O. |  Taylor deposited the proceeds of the  first of the 1927 liquor profits cheqaies  for that ani'iunf. It is at least f200  larger than any previous remeiinbrarace  of the sort���������and still, occHsionally, we  hear that municipalatization was bad  business.  The RoRslwnd -eorrespondent to the  Nelson   Daily News of Thaaarsday last  announces the engagement of P..L*.  Robinson, Creston*s barrister and solicitor, to Miss- Helen Grigor of that  city, .with the wedding set for early  September.    Mr. Robinson  has taken,  a lease cf the C Bv Garland -residenw  on  Orkndview Heights, just   vacated  by Mrs. ffiTcIntyre.  TO et-ory Western home -wu extend the ehanoo of shoring In  tho -golden ������bopptag opEprtujaatloc  oitored on-crach of tho -Avo hundred  pattet of thtat Big Book of Big Valutas  *~tho (KATON Foil and Winter  Ontalos>>io. ���������  Jwk fi.sl tour JPoj-t OlSJ������.ei~~-������C ta Cattlcs-us  laaai tiot aanrfv������a for your address, a,  YNiQUfttit rroata you will brlcuar you a codit  EflKH py tmtvtn mtM.^ . M .. .  T*aiT3 the CaiAloferia* at hand and shop  ���������aid It aa r������aulr*4, r������utln������. aMiur������a  >a* whathae your piaaroliaae b* awtdig  for tswrj,. horn* e; r>*r*<m, yo������ w|ii  -���������*���������-- --^ ffdtag maB^y -in  yalu*  rmrruaay oan������������ mot*  rn-ER on  torn*"'** 'm������*m^jfmM.^,'*     Jf*%.*fH  ���������   tbw*������Jr**a a   <������r������ >m    . tnnnr- ^*w.������������  CANADA  WINHIPEU  /^MLY G@s������rsl wlefei-'B ������o%sld p?o~  Ji  .*i^.-  *P"  d%soe th^ beayty sod oosilc^Pt @������   .iiac's   F&Aier  twin; bodieit  wits*  pl^sh upholstery oik! hsxursoas interior  oppoiatme?its. Only General MbtxMrs^  with its. vast latsrtsatk^al Proving  OrousidSy could g������v<e iii������ d-SBiii^R ������j������air=  ance of Fontiac's superb'performance  ragged dmrvhl^ty as������d losg-lits eeon*  omy* And. only General Motors, with.  Its ~ss.3rasss.i&gh. pnrdh^smg nnd rnanu*  ^acturiag facilities, could offer such nm*  s  value in a low-priced sbt> as uie l^cr;  and Finer Pontiac SSssl ������ ������ ���������'���������**% NEW]  IjOWERPIIIC^  M^SO^ OMaOE -   Srg^^  *#BK)DUCr OP GBNSBAI. MOVO&S C������ CAHADA, SSSESSQif  ^Br^w       jSe'      ^wifc^T     ^gjjT" "ajjgji     fffl:  at  rieayoey Prioe  Summer Gas��������� ^-35c. gals  Ethyl; Gas. ���������- ��������� '^ 40s. ��������� ������a&s  Lamp Gas��������� ��������� ���������^45c-. gaL  S������9-"B"������ ���������\m''' BiyB ,'B B8"   'S*^      *%J9I #*-% ri earn {^"b WmL*  PALMER   A.    MAXWELL  ocnvioe on aMvtming opcwatco ay oaoounk  rasBsa  B*^^r ajieb.^ tH^^ig *ff*^  The beat reserve one can have  Is money in a Savings Sank  account. It not only increases  by the interest it earns but it  jit Veil VOU Q������^fl3T*12ICC &ss sst^stsES^  any problem which may present  itself. A reserve is ofniieccsaary  to you as it is to your Bank. Open  a waving account with thin Bank  and start to establish yolir re-  :serve������  <8  II*v1 PERIAJl   B/Kr^iix.  nan  ���������jjj. W. AOJfcN,  jMaes'jsr.  tttrrr   : Printed Biittef 1Wr^aps at "I Imbs tCc^i������w wmms
THE   RE��3EWr iSRESTOtf*   B.   C.
[EXCLUSrvE REPRESENTATIVE j
j -wanted, in your .fccnvn, st'llmp ou>>,'Hifh {
I Gsado Greeting Cards. jM.ul.; in West-. I
! em Caaiada: Highest. comsa;ai-b:-.!ori. \
| Handsome saaaiple boolw ncov i��-iut>- j
1  Appiy -t
t Sken^Eiigr^vingC��^ Ltd,
��� \>*w rntfijfjrpfc^r i?**a����>     **
Tribute To Mr. BaS��Win
I
r
BRIEFLY TOLD
X.ondoia   iioav   Tata a,   a -i.eifcfpiiOEt.e voxx
aaeetlou with Siookboian, 1��Ave*den.
J. Ogden -Aiinour>iaead of, t*a��e,_ great
packing indaa^ti-y Veaaaaig *Thls riatae,
died in L.oaidon tollou-ving a six Aveejjj-.'
illness with iwahoid .feMeiv He, would
have been G4 yeaisypld'-ijx- November^
Croat     Britain     aaa?dV':V"' Jag^-^ifayaa-"
have  sigaied  a  debt    i'w&^^j^fiSa0^$};
inetit   av here by   the   Jnco-St'a��la'hLr-vvhv
debt of $127,500,000 will  be paid in 62
aumait.ies   beginning'   ihis   your. >     j
The ef^b I i ei.h blrihda >- o��' Preside tit-j
lliiKleaibiijy is ao be eai-mnenioa-nied.. (
by the issue ol" suwuns- sold au alrgbLy;
ly higher rate* a,Jiau they aace-.Ta.lne, i
and thi* i)'t*ofit�� to heS devoted to i
charities.. ...-..-���-, :......:      .  ;
Onlv* about 5,000 p^o-dV* are *>*-.��� .H I <*-i
Is a Patriot'-I^tlie Best Sense Of the
"" Word ��  -
A ;ve_ry'pa;qxaiiaaetit ^naai, nctf ofj*M*vJ'
Baldwin's political VtaHli, reajiarieed"
last year that" th.S'Prhiie''" Minister' of
Gicat Britain'bever stood. ou< so
���great'a figure",""as ia tlie< qloslng'daya
of'ihe "General Strike, aiid-;J,hatV hig
greatness of.character notably a-eveal-
ed itself J>y his -magnattianons appeal
-���when the-^srht was won. Has woads
regarding a-he AvorKmg naen o'l has
country ia his i-eceait addaVss to the
Ottawa. Canadian. ClaiU'^rag'aan das-
clos'e&jlhc bigdaeaTt-e*l.*Vari"e, and sonorous map, patriot ih^the best son so
o�� that faardiAvorl-cedt/word.
^yghi*^ taaan   of
ybity|iht>j^^o^a^%*ttOws hotter than
Mi*. liJaldwm' fee yfallaci���?.s lying behind   the   docla*i'aies?'--'.i,'5!.r>eached'.:'"by .tlae
**  . ~&tj   A  hi
.militant miaioriiy ot-tlife Labor' l.aray.
He has on a. previouiay^eciasioi-!. point -
i;d out the uneco��ip.wi<5:~ character ef
t'he ii'raettee*yyof arestrlctfp-il''output'and
lilacang.-tthe-aa^skiiiedy;;aiid. ��|&sy-groins
workaiiau. pat ?q; pju-lty, >vi(yV.'ll;ii> skilled
and, active, f JU^ des^i-y<>4 -"aaad hjgli
i nbaue,.. ho ''i>jiid'-'-t'o;''''BiHtfei^!:Vorkora ;a.s
a ^thele^ his a^fe.^ dlf-
IhnvbiesV mid^'bis ;-f&ia.lay'.iaaVfilhoir    Iia
is the idea! sweet for claait-
drcnra<hs3 you, too.
Ie  aids ' appetite   and
jiigestibp, and satisfies
;he ��ravi
m
SUNDAYSCHOOL- LESSON
���AUGUST 48      ,-     u
PENTANCE
J *-    Kim. <r
--.*, J     ^
trite heart. O (S^od. TlabU Wilt not "despise."���Psalm 51.13^
Lesson:  2 SajatueLJl.l   to 12.25.
LVm Ptional    Heading:     P&alan.    U)3.
S-H. . ,    -
^4*s s\*-%c     -�� 11-J     O *���* ��Vij>m <tt(M<(Vp*
��� ��,��>���  *.G^
BJ} *?
iy;^siN,*a|i
i
I
I. Nathan's Paa-able. Vea-ses !-���!.--
Several months have - pp,*s��ed -sirree
a)avaU ordered, tla^. laiurdci: of Uriah
and took to lainaseli the lattea-'s A.vire";
Noav the proplar-L Nathan hail come,
iind in a gvaplalc way, by'.means oC a i ^r:
.par*, able, he. brings hoaaacj. lo ?L>avld ihe , -..-,
enormity o,t! lais. :sin..:.: ;:.���.,;,.> :,;.;; -......��� ^-::   '_|.; V
Thoao were' two anen 'in .one  city;    "'
Best of all Fly Killers-^-lX)c and
25<* per packet at all.DjPUggists,
Grocers and Generar^tores-
A Real Menace
The Line To Fort Churchill
��� ��� .   _  . ��� v        ���       i.y
No    EngineeringV DifflciiSties    Will
Be
i of.dils own cup, and lay iai his llqs.pnii
,jand: was   taaito laini    as    a.    daurl^ai-.     _
i There   came   a   atTaveller   to'   the "Igii^a^kVT^""
���������! naiin.  ��^'^lie   traveller was, .as''BiSjk^SsfeS    ^,
r Tiie   'Department   oi 'w3**?hwa*y's   recognized  this  early in the year,  aim
iu   answer to ' public   demand--oai   the
oS?... motorists   raised   tlie   speed
Ontario, on ahe tarm oa'/Oeputy-3-teev-e
I?. 1.. St. Ivor. AA'iio !��{.*> a*eeeaki*.*�� {in-
Jslied rhresiaiaas ij<��0 bii-?ho!y; or? AA-h^ai
of ahe I'Xawsoai vi<o>idei\ v'haC* Aarb'ty.
from  less  thaaa   Ki a.-rv? ol land.
���sixcoei? dt-Uths a'roaai pneunxttpia :itv
reporEed to haveyx>cc*ura*e*l dii|*asig an
epidemic era a iae Briaash steamer
j-j'icl��-. *    <*arr*-'In"���   S00  in-��mf<TaiiNi>  frona
Siorms >Mafe   ^rt^
with the rehabilitnUoja und Ciarthea* ex-,    ..._ .
tension  of  the llaidson   Bay   aailway.   ' ,ij0j"
' tb   (heir   owai   faults   only, realized
a   buisaiessV the   oculists-
r assage
1-. ��^.��*w����K^i 4> K^lja.
1 VI Ui(U��u��v
Trl nidad...jLp,^.^^!c-jaw^-^... a u
L-Ise3��
an
proA'ed   ror  a   <:laain  of is.Iam.is
Competent    Ocean     Weather     Bureau
aa^d Suitable Planes Will
Overcome Trouble-~
make the    At.lan**ic    passa?^   'foranid.-
""" yb^^iso.#Srlaeh.
aaid
ia ycompetem: ocean Weather bureau is
it, ; tire those Aylio look .for  an iaica-eavseci.
wquld.lj^aifspe^ to.
Mr.^oysfcl,   said:     ��,U    Churchill \~lj.    Derld'iWseVJi^
thea-e will be aio.dialaeulty iu establish- i.��a?ed, verses  5.     6.���David,    sunnosos   faster on the luglnarayis, ana wnn,this
ing laili-oad. tca-minals for    aiay    rea-.
soaa'uble   Oajaaiiity  a-equiied   at   a. i��ela-
lirely  small  cost, ilae land being gen-
flat for a    eonsidea-ablc    widtlv,
| giving a'wide choice of iocationf
lino
A-erses  i>.     6.���uavufi    supposes
Naahan   has   brought   a  -etise   to  hian } iuci-eased speed, the?dangers artd^aer-
Tor. .iudgineiit.  ITis itngef    is    gieatly *��� \\s oi niotoa- traffic, arefbecortaing?int>-
kindled  against  tlae    rieia    man.    aaad ; jnenc5<.iy irVeatpr'""'-'���""��� '-'-    -*?: ����� ������-'?';s.y
this is his-^deeislon in the -mattei*- the '       " ' "��� '
oralis
j'iae i "". }"'-y
miles  of j-aila-6ad  constraaolion  to !  ' '   '
rich maia de.sei'ves deatb; ?he A*���hb laad
f There ai-e some moroi-ists" WhO are
5^3   ^' i-'l Sri     c.s\     ^V
j eoanpleto   the   line   is   generally 'very'!
loaaa- laaitbs foav
���Exodus 22-.l--5-r-;-��������� ??'; '-'^   -
The  first,  thing that strikes  is  the
iiV a?- deed' sisal I \ -STad ualiyV S^'^nS PP  tiie   pleasures  o��
the - otae   Csee i a   couaata-y  da*ive. ?and  wbo^ a?i*eyf>veaf
���ire1!ais3ngr''tb?vda'ive   WaeiiV' ears^'in ' tli'e ;
sirmlar to  the pa-esertt  It. 13. 'railway.'"! blindness and iaifatuatiou of the .man
Soundings 4ndieate that muskeg d&p'tli ! feo h:lve m^sed 1he apfUie^^i^.o^^i^g'^ pa
.   ..-        -..v.-,7"v :     ".:-.-������ .,..,.. .,     .parable,    li  seems an aTntSiS��#im^XTt--fei"y^s1?S^g
oitles as a a-esult of this tendeaicy^ai*
iii?!*,. of&the genea-al  public toVrrx6
*"*-*'      3V1'. j 	
been  minted-'after thv
1 je4n.ieu?:T,.,.,th;e^,^i,ea1kj^   _of
not sta^Ii
and  conditions  of "fi'pst are  ahe sayie
eutrauee  ao  fumberland   Sound. Bal^i?^'fa;?*^sJlt,^���   Navigating   skill   In   alio | as. previously' experienced."
tin   Island. ,Franklin   di^.rict,,.iNai:ib:Xil^V. win . c?}*?1?1 *lai*^?ly  }o.   avoiding j     "The snmmca*" of 192S"will"    be .'"ean-
west   Tea-ritoviesV*'' The'' islands 'tiafv^4 sf63*mp.  L Great TBTitam   is' eoralpleting , r>ioyed. clearing and grading the route,
Hon.  Rodolpbeia dirigible tiiatwUlbeaised-^^ for "track  laying,  bridging   and j , ]'p]f
-tween l^gland and Canada in j ballasting in -1929:- No bridges of corx-:\^y^von ono ot the co*imh#&& 1a&is*v
ofJConuuocas. Canada. ] ly^s. ' A     sastfer-s^ip ^^t^^^ Clle    which    we    can
Ana '
rfiaa
to hitiTseH'. """But'Ttl is
impossible thing asvJtv;-lQi*k*f^ jnuy,��.:
;^aeha   CPeggyy   Ilnlk
ayaiitrr-yV' b&s   cQUaii-med
Saana
a*f||iOEt s
| service   to   India   and   Ausia-^Llia.   The ! proximity id various st.a*ea*ms?haldrriv-'; *-asily  illusfca'ate jam7-,day  aanong  our
presumption ,1s,  that   the  sea  wi.ll  be j ^|rs - assua-es'   na-oper   dritdiTtago'  io: the '
,V -,Vm-     .W^iaW:   a^V,    .V^" ;^Oss%i.in ^cdtiapara;tftely  l#P^Sars ! ,^.Mlb��l V        *'
site  Avas-Tiegofaiglttg.-BaJh ;ft P.  Slaa;y, ' |^  in#iKtffyg$jg    ni^i^es e&in-vlttg ! V.   "*"."  '       _
otNottvYoirk. saMKca^presea^*.^^- ; ��**&; an-afetnd.^slugell|#r"   [f The a*eason
York   newspaper,   for   financial   back
iaag I'm- a 1 ransatlantic flighl  in which j
sla:<> Avoaald be the first woman fo pilot !
n ?plaaie in the ocean hop. j
fSurvoys of -a., road;- a'oute.-; between
Prince <'eorg& aaid tbe" boaiudavy of
Albea ta, have been ordered by the j
public Avorks--'-department' in the "be-'j
lief that this highway, as -well as a I
road aap the, North Thompson river, j
will be needed :at sothe tiane tof aceom- j"
na<arate groAving 1 ravel.
| How Icebergs Are Destroyed      i
MJBhtod   Of 'Using  Thermi��;e   Is   Found j
'} Highly  Successful j
!y'An iceberg of  almost indescribable ;
bqa'utyV/5��0..feet long,  Avilh   a laolloAv j
in? the centre 90 teetyln depth'-, laa\"laa^l''
sides of poa-ceUain wlaite and .eontain- -j
laig aai'Vetuerald'-green    hike   ' t     feetfi
deop,  was  encountered by    a    recent I
Jcu>bers doinoltshing pariy. i
^Araned witla  a-opes,  ice  picks,  axes, j
di'lll.-*.  anal, canisters   equtnluJ.ng   tlaer- I
atafao,   they -were frying- a .ha'KlrilyV sue- j
cessf'tii niethod, of dosiroying icebergs I
tIaat   endanger the trade routes of Ilae '
North Atlaniic. ..' -     j
?Ou   liiruiang,   the   party   drEll   holes!
iaa to  the   ice   nnd   insert   ihe  ohomleal ;
cl'argi', vvliieh is aired by 1'iasi-s. TJier- j
in I ii*-���develops  trrameaadoaas  boat at a
gj't'ut   rate, reuelthag  as high   ns  5,1100 i
dej?i'�� **m   Fnhreiilion?  .in   a   Toav   houa*s I
ilie  hirgesi   iceberg  cracks sand dlsni- |
1ei3'iaies   ivitli   a' aioise  I'esetnlallaig  aai '
��'arilif|Ualte.;.- -,      ���'���'���.'...���        .   ,   i
JVlaiay
a  gold   brick  in
eaice.
why a. chicken  <-a-osses
 y������.  I a;he  street   has .been dafecovea'ed.   it is
a shi-eAvd inaia iaas purchased j the   saime   a*ea.sou      ai.-,   -that.   ���������"Svhieti
expeti- j analces.--a driA^er tiy
'I to ihe crossing.
nod l^^ait^'-f ��a\'ji^ggin^bsgf;
! sl.at.e-aue.nf  of.   a-iglat' ^a-Sd-wli*o'bgl'"-W.eH |
give   an   unbiased   judgment   on   con-'
��� creie cases   that are  mentioned;   and j
yet noA-er  make tlae personal 1  appliea- ���
��� tlon-v-jr-lliagh Black. .J
* J ax /^$h*t\f%
#��� �� se SS  p, ti vit *i J- yi.
the  foi-na   ol'
io beat- tlae  traiaa
the   only   sni-e  way   to  keep;
-eci ei   i^ not  to have a'secret
About
Largest Locomotive In Tne Exivpire
 ��
ais x^Ojrai  1 rai
in Into JNcvv Station
First Ticket Out Is Issued To TKe
Prince of^ \Valesn GJoocl For All Time
MORTON'S
^er1 CATALOGUE] E
\h    itttw    ii'tNly.    Ilrisc    .M.ii    r��ae��'iv��>d   your
r<i|jy',* if u'.i am- >v ill nn.II oiii* I'rce at cliui'a;��>
i'n    i��i(iii(i.   'Ilii      Ic.'iii.-   .-eiilMliiM   liie  I.iI.-nI
|-idl j.-.i.i WJnlor rftylei1 Iai J^iuJlam* (!ont��,
I Hvi.h<-i., Hiiim, tlialnawc-n', 1 (��n>.lci-.v,
<il..\��H, IVl>ii'�� CloihliiK I'IkI li'iarnlftbiiiR*,
imiiM.-liolil I��Iii��iiih, Tthinlvidu mad ToAVuilt/
Hli��-��-i��. niul HIh-oIIiiki-. H<.nul ti jx>Ht .'lard
nn'.    for <nir   tii-n   iu��itl<.jyi��-.
A.  A.  MORTON   CO., LIMITED
Toronto, 2,  Out,trio.
vrnmniymmmmm**
mmmmmmmtmmmm
W
N,
i?.    iit^r,
The iir'st. locomotive to haaal a (ruin
into a ho noAv tiiahna Station at Toi'-
opto.oaa the oecasioaa oa7 tbe' '^penlnK
6f thiH stalion by li.Il.H:V''llioi|rj,lixco
of "Wales, on Hattua-day. Aaigust 61 h,
iviiH oaao of ilie til00 Northern 'j'ype
oauolives   receaatly   iilaced   la   Hot-
eo lay tlio Cuiaudlara Naitioiaal llail-
wuyw i'or handlhag their fust pasfien-
p,cr and m:anlf<'iii; tralai.*'.. Theiie Joco'-
haottves, Avhlob nvo iho;\t\vfZ0t p\ the
llrltltla Krutal-rci, and of wlilrciayiO hare
been andered l'or ubo on Canadian
lltteB,' aire dlHtlJuotlvftly a product of
<'unad.*��. Willi lewdflr, Hidlf. ovei-all
AvolRbt Ih 326 touo; length '24 foel. and
Ihey lam cHi��abH��i of d*A'��loplMrK uioio
thnii  tlS00 lioi'^r*,-  power.    It  was  UiIh
-riltua, of tlae Stool ViEuJI1,'��� which .'hauled ahe a-oynl train from Kfiafejitbn lo
Tcirbitto. ')'"';���    ??y  ( .     V
On -I Ills-,. oc.ou.slou jilso,' i.|aje flrsi. vail-
way ticket ISKXied    JVona    the    ticket,
booths   of  tbe   now j��tatlon   y\'tvi   oaae
���oiilii liaag, Ilia Itoyal }:Uslmouu to puu-
hji.ro  "llotwoeu All  Kiatld'ns''1 on tlio
Clntaadluit   National   Syfltem,   Immodf-
ately u.s't.er declaring iho ac-\v &UUota'
open, tho PaJtinc of Wnloa -procooded'
to tlao * CJawadiara    National    Jtallwayw
llcikol. window whei*o    ho-was iwsjaiod*
"Ticket No. J" of the Iiinuo of tho mow
illation.    TJcliotif numtHvr0 hvo, throo
aand foua-,    wero    latsawacl    to    P'rlntt��<
Ot'OtKo, ��� Paeauloa* Buldwlu    ftuad    Kirn,
Ibildwlta,   renixeetlvolj*.
, Of tlao Cl Norl.hei'ai 'I'yrao loeouao-
tlves, naaoh an used to haul tho Itoyal
li'iiln fpi', thhiV oocaBloii, twenty are
boSnjA built-al" Klngatoii aaad ai lileo
numb oi" iit Montreal: Theiui aa-o dJa*
ttnetly lhe hint word In locomotive
comsti'ucilon. lu. Iho Di-JUrIi , Kaaaialcc.
Thoy are,to ho ueed on <Tho liaterna-
tkmal IJImltod" aud> other.' faaanouf)
-pas'ReaaB^r ti'aliJ.s c��f 'tlie National Sy��-
toan, atari on tlao former tfuht tliey
will Inaugurato tho Ion-gout locoano-
tlvo iuu in tho Dominion-���tvora Montr oai to $iu*rittt, ,r��ll JamUeiii -without
ohtifso. Th^pio , looo/wotlvflii-t "i"�� also
convertible and uiay bivused elthoa"
lu taut LauMfc-ougiH- oa- faHt freight service.
Art A-tta-active/'NcWyprjofek;'.:^.
This* charmlia'e*;' bnc-plo'co' froelc i-a
qaalt.G slmpb*?faaahlonod, ,a��,nd'.[ia, nn- ex-
oeedinKly ganiart^ Btylo. .; Tho tie col-
laa-? jtnd , jkibbta ni-d ���?isracofttl' "-.adoi'ai-
inaoatB  aund  may  bfK l.ttaod.' -with-j,' eon-
1 raHtlaaK luaterhtl or tlae eibjeta Iwnaaad,
The loaaff ��le<ives are Knthored to laaar-
ao\v'-'w-rlpt-batada. and the belt fastens
with a batiJltlo In front; No. HG2U 1h in
Hl��oa -mi ����, 38, dO und'4S Inohofl launl.
���S.ly.o.nti roqulros ':t% yuldH Iip-lneh, or
2 Vfj yartlfi 'R4-Jnoh -naatejiairaaiairt' 1 yard
3lHno,li coiata'aBl.ln�� 'xni'itorlal- Mf tin.'
collar nnd ..'jubolH,'tire lined. Frhie 20
coixty lhe'��� liaittoni,::.<'      ���' f
Our Fashion Boole. illu^irfttlnK the
laewoHt .aiMd'-n��oal.'-'!i>rii^,Uoin Ht'yle��, will
ho of intorout to.-.'0vory hewno ala-oHK-
.maltov. Hilco oat the'liobU T0?oent�� tho
vopy.. ��� .���;'-?"??'��� ���,':''' ���''*, ���.;-'-?   ' v
���-a.
How To Order Patterns
Ad��lr'o����AVViittrili>i3R' '^owi(��pnper Union,
>     J75   McDoimot  Avo.,   Winnipeg
i>aUerta   Ko.."
��� ,�� ��� ���
Size.,
: ��� ���* �� ��� ����� <
' ��   r ���   (��� f��
��� ��hi ��� *-m ,
f.   ft  *   |   my. t ::& .   . ��������� ���������;;���������:���������  yy-yv'  ���������;, ...<?-,;;.  :t:w- .^'.- i,-;:^,*   J.^Vvf-i.Vvv!    .-\������^*.\.L  v -r.*'.":'���������..'<���������  i> -Ui*'; (^r-MJj>������^'i^������-'i>^i.'-  ���������'\-.:.'::"%. -'.^-<1y??  -;**i^���������'**.���������*^���������^������4!I^*v*������^I^'-^^vV������^^Wi������������������,  '''  ��������� ���������'.r;-' V ��������� ''?''���������    '  - * ��������� '���������_���������  '"^P* ��������� ;  2K.  r'V?"::'v':'-'- .���������''��������� \'"-?"^V???'?'' '';;?r?:V:: "y'. ?^%V?V  ;::>. ^v:?.v' ������������������    .v..- .yf     ;v^.^?)K^'?Vy?  F  .������--  y.'Sit&sKtv  ...~.f.*r^,.~:.  ~:*y  Helps Business Girls to L  ... . ^yr'������5rs?^^pi^^irysy, fir^'''f-.^.y-y   vy  if.,,,,_ _fe'Ee^wla-r.ause'.?or  3������^cura ^Pl^taxMwi^,wi^|?^*^h^|f ^ ps? the., complexion  fresh-ana.yf^^^ '  ���������.*4........;7.,;;-,-....A':...-.f;,-.it.    ..^-y^^^^Li^J.l .^^!.:fy^:lJ:^,:^ ^.. ... -    '     -. ������������������ :.:^  -\ivn arlil nrtnaav    snd-*l!"*- ^afid*   B<*������f������   anrt  ,.--;-.--.������������������,-s-.::,o-~-'i^r';~^c'.r-cT.i.r>"-i'y -- -<     " r  smooth.     Cuticura .Talcum? is* fragrant  and  refreshing, an  Ideal-. to������ev -powder.  , A :���������"'> y.' ���������' "^;.::vJ;c-':'')ff?'^^r.   ������>'%-y> J . - ...   .��������� .-.,.,.,  8&!Bj<������!9 Ssefe-l?tut b*f WMt-   AHdreM, Canadi������������B   Depot:  ,eSt^3������5SK:, iti, SSosir������������3." rirnC-a; Soap ������6c. Oimmmit  25 and 0Oe.Tatesra 8Se.: /...y,  ? :��������� ..���������,.:.-; ���������  Cuticurft Shawis*-- Slick 25c.  ���������i frNliifoin.. mi  .������w.:l  Si-sir  -.'."<������  V     COPYRIGHT, CANADA; 1925       V  \ H ^'������'"������������������ ^?> ���������j������ii-'"'-jfy'l'lTS^ ��������� !"!���������  -    ���������:������������������ CH'A l������TElfcV%h~--C  ���������?v- ���������*.-���������  _ w^ wi JjGontlhu'ed- ?,/,-;?' shine., ?. Aiad  although It  was? a /v-ery  '���������' !;'^'^V-4earlli^Sll^" John. If nev- j atill-roo.an,  everything she-, looked^ at  er.j'el'C" See,'Xysay- ..any woi-ds.'' She I seemed  to  Avrltb'o with ar secret nao-  about her, for*3 she Avas always in in  time to get tea, I phoned -Mrs. St.  John, who wag siclt in bed and hadn't  seen Helmi ait all. Then I asked Mrs.  St. John abpuj.lt, and I'.got it out of  her that Helmi hadn't been coming  for quite- a-? while. That has been a  terrible blow to me. Nov, 'where' was  she* when , we .thought.V^he A\-as ove������  there?" . [..���������'���������",  The -ministe*  tracted arid. ial^Je-fe^ ....���������.._. .....  __<'. .. ^v^iAA,^..::Aii ik. 'W^J,-^... ^s,:^ ^-,.������������������  going io see -,x\ejLfuugs&e$s^o-fgfc<aQgp.%  ly.    - '-��������� yfc.���������y- f������*y -  .His sister ?wiis    about   jto    reanon-_  strale, but thfe than-lippe,^  of his face ifroze    even V her    voluliie  speech. .IiMwafj&V'.;;lwa^  sometimes, she told* MissV&oore when  he went oaat? y .^,,-  . ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������**������������������- ���������*-���������'*?  He went across the road and i*aijgi  the bell.    "Yes,   Mrs.   St.  John is  at  home, but she can't see any one,'she*  is very much Upset oyer- the Finnish  girl." The maid's eyes -������������������w-ea'e red.  "What do y|ul  her  .World's Smallest Books  Twenty -N iraTB"..'    Minute      Masterpieces  Exhibited At Londcn  Library     ������  What     is      probably    the world's  '-^aiyto#>fe������een in lon-  '" Vc^afeaf'; over .forty,  blank  pages bouaid between embossed leather eo vers.    Four cgfey its  size  ������-'"vK' -ii'\ ��������� -%st" A~ts-   "3*-;**-'"  ftbn "r^ce*ntl-Jr.  tMi%fi he-  -*-���������her-  knoAV   Ood:  w?'   ���������* -    '  see!     1  *'���������"' held  up   hea*^ hautl ?������ole^ranly:  Isln   heaUhV^le^kVirutla:*. '  "STAvear'  *jw;3 ..������:*!:.- i.':.:i''s.  t*es3ed>-  The*  Inorth  end of  l|he ngr'llne,  she ��������� went  dosvn'a  narrow   old   street  tioai.   A- huge.    Daaekv; glittering    gar  ajood oh. the?tcbletin front ot her^kand  coiled around at, was a red snake "With  ;% "^esmy;lifafe^r^dy^;^t;Hk^r; Helnaa.  fwoartd; hav.e  sprung: back -but it held  her \withatsi.cruel  snintng:-eyes, tfand  although' she- khiew its tohgiie 'would  dart oaat  like^  a. red   hot  needle  she  could neithei* m.ove nor scream! Then  l  Avhea-e 1 second-"ba������d; Vstores     spilled 1^ ^aT** it was not ;a real smake airall,  .'their ruined Wa^js .alfover the street. !^nd ^at there,were ma,ny olyvthe������a?in  a?������irt -a^d dust; fwbtiuls aaid scratches ! thev V������^*  The^: ^r^hea   -ground jihe  VwertV"so  thick  on  everything.   Helmi ! ^re������lt howls that,stpo^_,pn x,a ;, shelf  y-fslmd^fe^a^^itiiythes that all  the bAv/aerjiv*������vei-e^ dead     aind    didn't  ���������v,'      cau*e.     Would  her  dear^���������-"lovely  lady's  beaartifnl chairs and windoAv hangings  %*r-.i������ ever eoane to ���������ifehte.feai. "-. -   wa, -  ���������^^*V-^^i'������-;^.fe.^e&^3P^r? W5J;,-|% A������m,:  14%S%jffi^iotialbeBsB^Sftasoaagli^-^a s������on a  .      building that  had beeaa    painted    re-  <;v -^-"r-- -������������������% -v;.-if *',-     ,o dt.--.%.-.;fT.-s .������--j- "Sg;*"|-*i,   ''tfcz'iiX'": ������������������-������������������������������������- A-  "~ ceitt'1 S'T - The' nante"*was  oil  the  door  au*drT^ iet-  withoft#ip mmi a' isniftmi&mn&M  $*���������������? oa|y;gies- rftpoKTOuaeKs^arts^a������a'������aies  -*?%?���������._   -������*-Kf ;-*&' .pi-Sta-itf-    ��������� ..   s������   -van-     w:,,-   jvf.-   rtn.v.  of tAventy-nine. such marvels exhabit-  ed .at the -London. Library; the entire;  colleotiontcotaldf havS- beenVotttftainied  in an ordinary cigar box. *        '   ?  f^f^^-o^Vthosi-f^biut^  was a copy. of "Galileo" anpasuring  .-hal%>in^."b-g a quaa-ter inchis..whtch is  jc%JLttM^' tc|^^^|&eL;^m^l���������U^|.^ JtiaUan  book set fiVam movable type. ' More  Wonderfulsstiil* ?Was^f ia -hia-ridWritten  copy of the Koran found some time  ago iai Bagdad.-Written in Indian ink  #-  ~iie fJii-  ������' ^%^-?r*^ ������^ .���������       .-jc's ?w i* as practised,'medicine in Western Fenn-  o||f^d pap^^hrgibgpfcJs octagopajf mmaMm&Md his unusual- ability? and  :.'���������'���������'��������� V#/; y| |y ^ VI'     -   '"��������� H"-'-H ^?|rpsh%e, ,-witligpba^^f^it^; efghtHiiijIap  'She  helpe^|me?|-^-^r|; "(lay, -^M] |^i$i*ijih%  ttie 0^o^sl^^rS   the .||ay^  above her head, and gave her the fun  pleasant feeling that 'tliey 'might    unwind  any minute an! eoine down; A  bpAVl of goldfish made the only .friendly  fepot rlh~ th^ ? rbpm as they dartod  and turn^i-and ^Vfe, catching a l^tle   prisoner,���������no one could-see her until  gleanr of flight fi^ after the  case  was  heard.   From  the  beady but evenf^they looked? paleyand   matron^Jie found out thfat������Jleljni was  i  4  in  ,^^^Ap^,many;^li.^  Inside   people   AA-ere  eating   at narrow   tables   covered^ witli;  white ,ojll-  e*^hlr^d-?^I:Utie^S.itMs wereyf'Ghih-i  ose.' VTio 'so!he :of thetn^she went and  asHodf for .S^m. She, was ^pp-dista-ess^,  ed to be, frightened.     ;f '  "Upstairs;";lie said*, '���������-JpUtsiae?'' -*'  An oustlde clpoi-: opened on a flight  o'rv dull gray, greasy stairs, whicla  c)?eakpd and gxoaned^s Tf^Jb^ fewiftly  ascended- tbem, ?^lte fpamd? ^lArselaT in  ���������%a- daz*k ?pa������sag;ei -;-a.t 1 tlie -^^oj*������;f|^;Vt"ti������  st,aii"S?-^her^%ts.ii>at%ua*t*aiiy  browai obscured the    rdl)rm������    beyond  been  changed.  Panels of .embroidery  ?Were"'^'''','the'vv:v^li:E;:^iw^^ aii<4: gplo5*^  and blue���������stiff with peacocks aiScl iser-  p^eiai^^nd ^a^afig^sbirM^that-.sliLe ;liad  ?a*eA|^r|seen. |^%^a|lb^|panols wasi'or  "pale ,blue  satin, on  tybac^iR'^rtiri .-?nut  bipod-fed ������, ifto^Oaj^^-SHelini      torched  them   wonderingly,   ard   then   |bpfeed  ;aty?lie^flnger-tip3.      ,:.-..    ,      .f   ffyV  ������������������";- Tbe* bid jaiatf came in with a|^li|tle:  box, whicli he ?ha.nded to her gmyely.  ,?[Hi^?#aiisttyT' a^UOw: ^a*Qdk had =|claw-  jil������ii.naas������that seemed to twist !^a*ou*ad  ^ierrlit-cnd;as;-sbe-tddk''it. '*"?.?:   '"'^aS^S^  "You? nice lidcile gh-i���������you come see  sang i< inn songs, ann-Avas so xiav&Y^-  she couldn't be a bad girl, Sir."     v  The anaid cvidentl-y- belie\*ed there  was a relationship betAveen aaappmess;  and goodness. Here again "was evil-  dene;������ ot Helmi's love of work."  "Tell Mrs. St. Johna lycalafeai-^' He  gave ^laer his'. ^ek^l^^f^o^^^iiy���������  Heverend MorVfktS.r������e&ry'0������ S t ft!:  Young Methodist Church.  "I hope you can get her-'off, Sir,  she's only seventeen," said the maid  anxiously.  "I hope so, too. I believe she is an  innocent girl."    ,     ' j, -    J\t    V  "  IVlj?:' Terry sought the Police Court,  but found that he could not see the  'ai-o*juiaeii.-i   j. ihS^- eurious 3Xianita*erjpC'  is  perfectly?legible   de&pite  the   fact  .tlaat iaJmlffca^^n^wpuldi epyea^yiLy ?V'y  A .oIlm'S.'^^4~ufe3isxirisg: ono Jasd fir lial������  inches"squ'are, ������ud si. volume of Dante  half  incli   smallea*,  seemed  giantfs  in  jthis    MUiputian    librax-yy?^   "*A ?Ne^|  |l^a^me^t*|]r|l%iKuf. ,pia^fiiEth?'of yA "sqjtiar^  ^taci*f5*^!w*ea; *|h^;|^|;^ept?, Kike s^n^  precious  jewel;ka '%. handsoane  plush  case, ,was so.clearly printedy that one  "could" readv the    title    aiad    headings  without   difficulty.   Anothei   Bible,   In  rod,leather covers less than- one.rinch  -square, Avas fitted with' a tiny magui-^-  *-,fyin|; grlass through which one  eould.-  adanire   the delicate w^brk of the type  and ill u s trations.���������Ti t I)i ts.  A Man of Rare  V- ���������'.' *?:    Pr<sfassi������Eaal AMmssMmkl  The~drigi3iator of i>r. ������-*ierca"s  Colden Medical Discovery was'ftSe  late Ray V. Pierce, M.D.    At first he  4 11������    raianaltr     rvoy������������5*>���������������������������������    ,������**-!���������*���������''������g������i-^iVSi^^-a^'">*���������+ %-cj  and ��������� the  mbs^serfoiij^ - From \ ^ ������  case now was^"that sl^liad'Vreslsted *'- ^.-.>^.������-v^/':>v-'-  arrest and knocked    Inspector ' y^Vatt  down the stairs.  -The minister went to, the  ��������� magns-  tain permission? *������py sjgp Vp[elsaijy  \ft  *all.-hc was'her!sminisi������ei^**:'' :j^S&P' 'sS?i:  Not Made In Canada  3,>;--j;-_ s-a* s.-.  wi.'.^^^^i  r-ith; j/\'iii  United States  A  Sunday  School   of    the    United  Ghtirch was very loyal to Canada-.  it had a^eelebration in honor of the  I'fettfeiKpsiJ?wel-e soon recognized th*5!re,  !t|������3H|3hj| .sneiyed to Buffalo, N. Y.,?and  ''>:r?^3'f������-TfcYfl������i'S������jr>������VS^-   *"V*^      \i%r<ri^������'sJS'eg     TS-i^natJiCi'ern'ntf'  where   his   famous   home   remedies  y have ever sircce been.made.-   Vf  .;--; l^achf succeeding year the sale of  ?Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has been"greatly increased.   flSvl-  dently   people   appreciate   the -"'-Jfact  that it increases the appetite, stimu-  latessthe ^digestion, helps to enrich  f-|^eJ|h!podi������ clears the skin of erup;  |iio)n^?&dl^i,lemishes, and makes taOth  5&Pn#Ahdf women   feel  as  they^did  when, they were young. - Jt contains  no harmful ingredient.  Ask your nearest druggist for doctor. JPieree's Golden Medicial Discovery, in tablet or liquid form, or send  ^.0 vcents for a trial package of tablets to Dr. Pierce's branch. Laboratory in Bridgelmrg, Ont, ���������  Little Helps For This Week  trate's office to^e.e,,If;l|Otjcouh^^ vi^rjiiwergaJ*y  of     Gon^p^a^inTa:^  *_4���������-  .������������������,^'xii -^^'-lAr-VSi^:^ \fter^n%-pS^toliil'a': patri^C^pSoaMtr^  Li  scholarjsr.',TiieV:l������uitbn^w^y^iJpi'  blemaiic of the Anniversary, and in-  ���������all, he was herSministej'  Magistrate "Windsor, a   gray-haired,  florid-faced   old  man,   sat  behind   an I side., it nainedtbe gi^i^^ljat is the  oak; desk and glared    at    has    Visitorfjiltfhited  Churchy -    .������������������*^^^^.^^^!*^  "Be ye   Tfind    one    to    another."���������  Epliesians iv, 33.  A Tklndly act is a kernel sown.  That will grow to a goodly tree.  Shedding   its   fruit   when   time ,'haa  ���������'   flown ..  . >-.    ,  , SE^offM^ek gulf of eternity.  yl^^^S^:���������Jolsn B������yle O'Reilly..   .  ;.?^|^U a^ri^Ey- joys go less* '    "*��������� ..  TS" thG?-oS^"jby of doing kindnesses.  "������������������'-?���������"      ''-.-���������-'������������������Geofrge Hea-bort.s  ;*s*s-*^  l*'(i^;|lield;?.Kpfr ...th^jdi Vsfn.4  inetitH'sh&f^^^^  .     'Vnw..>  ��������� -���������   < ���������   "^:i ���������  ���������   ,--,. ���������     --Si-.    ., '   V   .-'���������       - '���������-        ',;-*- "  -'���������.'- "'  -foiya:  ,yy-Vi.....;  'tno^  tjC,   ?'  "Sam," she called, "Oh, Sana!"  A faae lllce^a yellow pitmplttnpeer-  j������KNthj*ongli'Tthe-curtains at laer.��������� -*  ������������������WhatchawanV" it breathed..^  I telani  held oait the flA-e-dollar bill,  '.V '���������'-<��������� "V ,���������,,^������������������.r^V'^^.i.^.^**.'���������<rf>^^������������������^'*^^'-���������'.K^v^���������.:������������������^-���������B-''*���������'-,:-''-;��������� .^^-''.,: y-'' -.-.--'J.--!.- :-  ������<ClW. t    .  * Sam nodded. He piilled a ciartain  back; with a rattling of l-ings, and  said, '^Wait here!"   ^ ';���������'.*.-,?.���������  . Hfelilnt sPratoredvsl*; room* fywhoisfe  sickened hor, It was so strangely  and dead, a .sort    of . embalined   air  which -"would    never"'yield    to    sain-  |aretty ^I'^srr^ld^.Sain^.sliow ^on ::-::::-  &jbe$������Wf I' l$''~$Mf% ' ' "'Ih' ��������� :'^V���������  a ? HOlmi ' st&red������Wftnom- comprehend^  ing,. at his toothless gums and j|iaiist-  ly hands. "I'm-in a hurry,"'-sh^-sald)  Ss^ne^t^^lor^M^ooIr"^ f ��������� VV-  Just at that* larapmentythe outside  door ^opened quietl-y;._andi stealtny  ^ste-pf ���������"������������������5itiii^i^ two,'  i������ix t-c~L������������cxi  iilts  ������t,ai7s ������Wi*rjupLeu.  ���������"3Vhen Ife35tti reached thslhal! she  ..^-..>.,;...:.)..    ..j,-:,;,;- IV ..-.. -'*-'jS?��������� _:-   ���������   -.    .  fpti^fl aierself>. held by   a-f t^ll    burly  V-*tJ   .'-'  ���������'.*������������������?. ���������������  ^ V  f r  ���������!?''.': ^  ���������i;i '"  x ���������  dm g mUN! ltd  '���������'Jr   f;!T  .'*?  amV  Mter Taking.J^tli a CPinlkli  Vegetable Compound CouM  All Her Work and Gained  ^-^s':*W#-5|hf>^,^'*^i  .,-,.,...    -- v6e(at*^kr. vn:? M ? ; ���������" '  ��������� ������������������' <* . ' iv' *"' -    (**  -?'!y ' , ' - . - ���������,  ��������� v-Th^i nowspapfeys  the nopct/lmorning  carxded startling headlines^ W  '"���������Sensational  raid, on . a 1 aown-town  fron??, under bUsby ejrebaows. The naiu-  ister hajl_j>ent in-his  card.  Hy, "What can I do 'for-*.you? Sit^lowh  !wlifIe/^yoa������^?������^t^*-^y'y---%-^:^^!^  i. .M^ Terry topic -the *v*rQund-backed,;  well -rworn chairi? vaguely conscious of  ;lhp ;"ni'any'; ^anxious -^^^j^caiottss?-'. who?  hstd interviewed *^^?ft^y looking old  pHlcifal? !'I,anri^ in teres tpd in:-ithe casp  ofttaJs young Finnish girl? who is Ja^re  undpp������ara*pst," he- said*;;,.''shoyi attendeSi  ..my.clmrclii'y ���������'-:;.���������'���������,,?-;.:.;,.;��������� ���������,-. .>,-> ;i ; "'"V  Tho^njagisti*ate's face gr"ew.-rr*?ddea'j'  his eyebrows bristled^, *'She'������ a young  Wild/pat," that, giarl^ la^ s^V , "Qne of  J 'pata: irispbetors Is .laid;' upr/with a hrok-  en' arrn.. f,I am afraiici- ypiar.,mi.nieterasal  efforts were not very v;suqcp8S fail iaa.  her case, Parson!"      ;������������*' ?  (To Be Continued.)   ���������     -  But  tering  ftU.-S-As;?  opiufe' den r Young white g|i3|found in  vpo^se&sloj^ of tho drug! reitu&ea toro-  veiil Identity!  Appeara to ^Mi,derstand  faap Jl^bgllsh; ?Sp^)ja| :0ae nlglitryin  pollco*  feeik'"-'���������'       * *-' "' -"' VS   '     ...vy.  t/; ift;'  I*  h  Shi  hi  l*���������,.,  Melfort,   Saskatchewan. ��������� "I had  v& ;:.;V.f,a\#War^  r ,;;"':' *; '?S:-:'l^^ly'';ri:y:':^V*l^a'<nH;'''in - *m*^back^  so Back generally  tHdt I''"''��������� co'iild not,  sit up and I waas'  in-bed tiaipatoC thai'  ���������mi|nthaJi!A'/tn nqttfcy  bataae to vasit and-  H^i help mo n������ 1 was  '"'"*"' unablo to tvt(:end ;  & \^v}*aB;v;,-;Hnti''.i'  'told-'  ,    _ ������Voa^o-,  table Compoaan<l,imd after tailtiaig tw'd  bottloH icouldjKob up,ano\ droBB my-  scir. I ".uao took Lydia E:"Philc'haaatfti  Blood Mcx.li lino. Wlaon I flrtat-tobk tho  medicino  I onlv (vy.oij������:hod jaov.enty������ ,  'ctailit poundai.   Now! woJffla>t\yiic'o iia  anuch. If I >get oufoC,fU)ra>������ or weaaa-y  ;uu. ^mTJ-'jalopf/Ifa!w'ny.s titjjj'oRttopiprV  bottle of tho Vflcotaiolo'Comhoaui'l.  I fl,nd it woaulomally j^ood for fo-  nualc   trouhloH, v4a*nd������ hi������vo-, rftcom-  anended at to my "noi'prhlior^.'���������������������������' I will*  bo oiraly too Kind to annwor amy lottora  1 reeeaVe i^alcinpf about at.   ���������Mra.  i} WrniJAM Errfttriiw, pox' 48ft, MeljPorfc;"  BaaalcutchdwonV O   V  '\>'<   ��������� ��������� ,  JPlio npighborsa all AAere f'vory uorry  Tor Miss Moore when it becairap khoAvn  ;j^'.V^s^^rr;='H^hrti^-������ho gla|l|o^whoim:  Bhe had been so kind that^^a founal  In,the. Chinese den. They weire Bora*y,  too, for Mrs. St. .Tohn, whor**,;oia.lly folt  "y.or^'^^iyV'oY tho  d'ecoli' bat the girl teiilng iviisa Moore  slio  WJiH going for a lessoaa!  sho had  booh ad' good 'tjo tlaev  too���������realty.  ,���������There was;^i?f^iijfei|>������^*p^c.:4^  ;���������    and V i^?^-^|^g^^^i*V.;-ijn  Aro there, not ybuttdi^yiija^rt^ctur^  in  s6liaVJoodsH?at ftoo" eai*ly- an "age and  :haye ���������*^*tt.Uax-;*g������!^dJ^,t*^^ I "eat  ?fey ,i'-f-,- ���������&--*<?-4^6i*������������nffi^ do."  Suoh-'a-icourae---is4'-alnatJs^ce^        to  lr   . j '������-   ..��������� , ---.    _   .-t-    -.^   .brins on indigestion an<a iavrlitef foiin-  'Independence^yIy,ao������.i;i%-ame,fv^i^.o   ^iicK em^ltOoS?Sie- ttK  ���������\Qa-nlnir iri    small      tvno inet      lfac^nfa     . .1        i -.'      v- ��������� \  -Could ^not? these .baattons :haye fbeen  .VMade in1,,^a|ia^?-^V.f^-j'f  Can-we imagi*af(i?v|sbutton^^..made T or* :  beaa?ing,^-in small..^ typeTrrthe,,J"egend,  v%ade'tn daiiada?*'-���������-,V'"''-1 ,".' l'".l'\i- '���������  it .in .tpOjbad;  but what.caaa  one ox*  -flao^'froa*** ^Iiqsq''forole,p1|j:8 wltlaa- iholv.  J,^iEttcl^*<l^:^e(o. 1<>^ *?"-..   ^;:.:      '    ...;.���������.  *'' ''hiis-,' was froan tho lady next door.  '1,'hp mlnljtHterij'a^acI his ulster rgfidlnd,  , the ^slplior'^^ljniiost    laystorleal.i' "My.  *J������������,ai.r-!;���������'���������' -ertod-.tlao   latter., oponiaaig  tlao  door Avltiiout lcaiioqklnB. as one vwoultl  do   If  tho  house   wore  on  fla*o^ "you  .^mlght^a-j^ anurderod iii your  uoiIh with a'u auidict lu tho hoii|o! Jt  Ih jaini' another iaistfiaico oE tlod'a pro-  tGotl*ag^ar^,:'*An#to,thl'^  Uaiew.Hh^Jmd .thp habitf" " ���������*,! -  ������ MiHH>������-Mooa*o;'������*ait'' vkiwn and 4,ewnod  lieaylly -on hor broom. "I never'fttivrrd  girl wlap^loyod work llko' Ilolml^' mho  fcaildl* "Purely a batd Kill mou^ not  lo'vo. Avorlc like that. But aho decolvaxl  m^rr-l oanatot h get . oyca-r that;'' Sho  ���������intiil0 mo think ralao M:na gotllnsK Ioh-  ������on������'fa^iiaivM*,j������,fei4������ John, and -lyhon I  nalHued   b*������������"   tlmi   aidijhl   (inr)   AA'ovd-^re'Jl  stop the CoU������j.h. ���������j Cougiaing .is  Causediby irritationfinVthe respiratory  paasagos and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that comb from inflam-  naatioa of tho ypaucoais membrano.  ^a'eat^nent with l>r. Thomah' Eelec-  ti'l'c Oil -will ally the'^inaaaiarnatioh. arid'  fri conscqueaxco the coug'lv will usually  stop.    Try It and you will bo satisfled.  .   ��������� j,        .   ���������        .���������.���������.-'.-.���������   '.-.'..., \  New Postage Stamp Issue   v  Furtlier   Denominations   Of   Canadian  y ���������:.-?; yy? 'H'^ricabS<^������p"������ Now  *-������ "'."������������������"��������� '_'*'' 'sty"  Available" .   "��������� -.���������>���������'.';  Thaeoy::faarthor. Vilenon.iinarioufa pf  Canadian historieal taostaRO blaanps  havo beoaa isfiucd. On tho now ilve-  cont stanap appears .-.,the/ head, of  D'Aa'cy MetJgo. It in , colored pairple.  Tl\o twelve cent atninp. colored light  groen, beaiH the hoada, ot. Sir .Tohn,  Matcdonnid and Sir Wilfrid Laucltja*.  , Tlao now twenty-cant stamp,, .Whioh  Is carnaiiao lu-fioJor,.'hap tho heads of  Buld\via aiad I^ufontftinw.  , ^All mbthoi'B can put aWay anxiety  rogardlaig their iaaufCprlng children  Avlieia tbey haivo Mothor Graves" Worm'  ' isxtcrmlnator to gtvo relief. It������  ofteetia aaa*e sure and. laHtlnii.   '  \p*|onty Of Cars  San ii'iuui-a-icoa eutiio popukitiou  could go rldlug at onco If an itA-erago  of \ littlo loHfl than six par float h wpro  ���������carried'In Oa<jli-,pf .tho: clty'a rcEytor-*  ed motor voliJolofl. fian^FnanclHeo has  a aaaotoa- vplalclo rPRlula'atlon of one  car to ovory? C17.,-poi'i������on8.^-,.i  Joined: InVW.elcpmo    ..  Fn. referring * tcy the    visit    of    the  Princes and Premier.Baldwin to Can-  ada/'the New York  Tiirielf saia1; edlt-  oriaily:   "America' joins" eordiaiiy   in  welcoming these itoyal   : arid   "'Si.stj(n(-:  gulslaed guests aa thoy touch her borders.'.  If thoy had oonio one hitodred.  atid -flfty years ago they, atiight;have,  dissuaded  ais  from   independence   by  their,  reaspnableness,,  their   common  sense, and charm." .,  MISTAKES MOTHER  CARE OF LITTLE ONES  .t;:?ilV|^^mi8thjar-s^  ^Fjl&'ffi'A  ..jt*K.'.-,������".  Sildren  jT  harsh.  N������W Eflg Record ,...,  .^Bara-ed Plymouth^ Ropk, pAyaiod by  the Uialve'rslt.y of' Saakatijhe'wan, has  established ft, new reWord tov the thfee  Prairie Prpylrices: .laying hea* 300th  ogg in her pullet year of whicfla there  1.1. still a? month to. go/y The world's  record fpr trap-riestiiiri' pi*paluctlon is  hold by No. G. aai, Agasuiz, B.C. pullet, AvhU.la laid. 351 eggs in 365 daya,  VV Sold,Tree-CbaIr For $4,000  Jolan Ka-ubsaclc,��������� beiat tho twig--and  a comfortable chair apraaig out of tho  grouaid. By grafting and boaxdlng the  lianbs������<yf 32 box older.Hapllnga-Krub-  aaclc ta-alnod. the treoa to grow, iuto  the form pC*a chair. It tpoic 11 yoara  of patient effort,'bail. ICa'aabsacla boUI  tlao "Iroo-chair" for $1,-000.       "  tie one.  '���������:���������; ������tiierV mothersSf administer  aiauseating purgatives which^; iri* real  lty irritable and injure the delicate  stomach'ancl bowels and at the same  ti.mo^ oaus"^' t*lie"childreai to dread all  medichie, ..,_"    ...  " Absjolutely no,irieat sliOta,������d. ho. glveja  to a bhlld uritil It ViSachOs :tho age of  il,8 months, aaljthpn only :if ;japiu*oved  by, Vfhe> xipqtbr. y.Fpr;; anediclaae. all  strong, disagreeable oils ifirid powdei-H  should bo abandoned aind Baiby's C)Avia  Tablets giv'oh iristoad."  Baiby's Oavu Tatilpt* ttre especially  made for littlo onosy Thoy ai*e pleasant to talco and can "be given with  absolute saifety to even the hew-boan  babe. THeyr.auIc'kJy banish: tionatlpa-  tioia and indigestion, break, up, r-olda  and simple Corel's aaul make tlio cyt-  ting of-tecftH^iasy.i Thoy am sold hy  medicine daialerp, or by mall ait 2,r>  ceutH a host atroau The Pa-. Williams'  Mediclno   Co.,  Ba-ockvllle,  6aat,  A drug oaUed santonin, which hat;  the ,ata;ange effect of making a person see yeliow, has been dJscoyea-ed  i>y a Sco'ttiah scientist.  *������>������������������ '���������'Ait ^M?    "^immmW B El ^iJ^ ^L������4 m������ wnS      ^*m^mmJ *3f ^SLJ*  Mlnard'a  urunoe*.  L^lnimont .,,for    cuta    and  'J'Ika   inMst  obstiafaato^ eoraa3   fall   to  a*08ist-Ifolloway'a Corn*Remover. Try  It.. * :'���������......���������..���������.  i ,,       , ' \      '.  ~      .   ,  Biscuit   Factory   For  C,Tlgary  Addrmauing  tho  Calgary   BOai'tl   of  Trade, Harvey SluiW,-. pieaiident of, Iho  Indopcradetit Blacailt.  Co..  Ltd.,'otatod'  ilia I    tho   Calfiary   p1:.m\   vi-uuht  be  In  opr>rntloaa   iai   Soptembel,    and     Svould.  have 4j -pay roll running, froaaa $ I ">0.000  to $200,00*0.'a year.  Minard'a.Liniment, for. bajrno.  It'n  Homotian'en  aa  dlflflcialt    to    bo.  right na It la to prove tlio oilier  fel-  1 low'   WH'^HIK? . .  ���������  When The Babies  Pura'ng tho baby'B teetha'ng taaaie, in the  hot manaaner inontbu, Iho bowelw ttccoiiie  loose and ���������diarrhovi, dj'nontery, colic,  "mmy*."-* nnrl eth^r |-������ow?������vl ^omplei������������t*������.  manifoHfc thomselven; tlao ffumji beconnn  nwollen, canke-r/i form an thai smoiath, and  in many cawep tho cti^ild wa������ten io a  ���������hadow, and very often tho tornaitaaiioiv  i������ fatal.  Thia la that time when "the multim  -aheuld na������ ''Drt-t'owler'n," tt������d, pa*r-  hapu, havo the biiby'ts life. *  It hnjj b������naa on tlie market for thn.  ������Ajifc fW> yearn; jatafc tin only by The T 3h^������=&M 4.4>*-> OTT IMK^-uJl  ^lSb*������  THE CJSESTOK .JH5VEBW  Sire  ���������   tew  ' }m  '*-'' si  11  1fflR8=  atsrff^iP-iiaE  p  SE-RVICC  h  delegate to ther Dominion Conservative Convention at Winnigeg, Man.,  tni* -month, with Jas. Cook* vision,  -selected as ullartoate. -  TTWo  EL$Jm.  t-aafB f  1 aw���������s������S  WaXtfflP,rt.S*������tsber was home, nt the  weekend putting the ttninbihg touches  ssaa i-h������ E20������-e of' the household effects  to Nelson; where the family wiii re*  side in futuro. , "   ' B; Esarson of Corcoran, OaSsf.T aStiv-  Notice ������9 Again given   that -Qtrclst ed back nn Saturday irons his' visit at  Ohureh^ Sunday  school   will   resum������ Barons and I^et-hbridgje, Albert*, and  i operations  on   Sunday   -morning;    at snent Bunday looking; over, the flats  10.15, after bein-k closed  for the two with a trip to Nelson to examine th  gj j SiSRjjjrser sacnths. [plane 9si BagJneer J&cOulieugh's oiSce,  11    School  ie due to open for the full  l^inBwr home on Wednesday naorn  j &nd the trustees eg-uln urge parents tc  have all the new. beginners nn hand  for legistration, Taieediay.  , Mr. and Mrs. C H. Hare, who have  heen tn camp ������l SoakanoqK for the  pa^fc month, arrived back at'the end  of the week. Mrs. Mc������*aren and children came home Monday.  'eanesaay i  iiig ui cOnaUii miS  aSSJJCiatBS   niiiu   re-  %ard Vo associating with Creston Reclamation \Oompany, Limited, in the  bitaf dyking* effort.  *  &.? B li  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  :iHf  SES  AngiiGan Siinreli Sereiess  mm  V  lie H  $>>.  *Q*3r, B.SSS^BSSr  Once used always used.    I deliver between Urapbrook  and Kuskanook.    Service at all hours.  The deer shooting season opened  -yesfc������i>dasV but* JMsW? white, talis ^iilffoe  reasonably ������afe until the-15th, when  the hunters -will be out after the  grouse and other gunae birds.  Ma*, and Aire.- Uert Nelson and fam-  iiiMnnv   e  * -mmr- m *��������������� m*w *r~m   *t   *a    ���������"***������  nau  ..TO  lr������t us quote you prices.  m. &**&*]**.  BKj<0%  sa BT-ftiinag   fa'   as s  tut  *m_mmf,  90UB-  II  ilit b*  i! dllUi 1 ilUiiliy  Nothing too large or too small.  B  SB  if  rse  e^egib intKiaay ana Tuesday here  with Mr. and Mrfc. O, H. Hats. They  were on the return to ��������� Natal after &  two ^eeeks* visit <a& New Denver.  __ ,   Fo������ SAE.E oa'l'RADE���������Pbr acreage  3   near Creston iny $1500 eqtiifcy in eight-  iir' 11>om bouse in Victoria;    mortgage of  $1600 good as long as interest is paid.  Write A. Ri Taylor, Maeonia, Xdahfe.  Mrs, Jas. Oisea-rington and Jinn, jr ,  are ISfetson vieltors this week, where  the Setter - was writamj-j off a couple of  suppleksaentalsi tacked on t������������ has pass at'  -four|l������ year high school work at Nel  eon a-fe TnideH������i������8ssere  Geo. Thornpson hat on a lucky day  for his sale of stock as there wea*e  ���������many in town tin Tuesday getting  their-permits to cut hay.     J. F. Hose  got very satisfactoiy prices-.  CoL Murray of South Blociafn has  been   named   as   the  Creston  riding f  8.80 p.m.-OAKyON. '-  ORESTON���������8 a.ns.arid f.S0 p.oa.  NOTARY IPUBJL.IO  Imperial Bank Bldg.      Os^fi'ST'OIV  *6b GK aB SB flii  SSa^^SLtlkfff**^  BwJ*T@m$m*Wwsr  9H  New- Stock of  Harness*  Stscond Hand Stars sn  connection  Mm i������S������$^������BfB$l3������  ssm  Z/mm* asm9M*m  Textbooks* 1 Scribblers^ '���������  m  ' Fenctis9 -s Etc*  25c. package for  Blades for your  0II!r]LB1yS?I������ Kszor-^r5 Is i^efeags  E3E-3E  gF=ii=  3BISECIE  ants  Local ^sid Personal  For Saxs���������Hay loader.  Canyon.  Wanted���������Milch cow. jusb freshened.   W. II. Kemp. E!rlck8c������n=  Mrs. Hare, sr.������ is   holidaying   with  friends at Kimberle/ thi������ week.  *m  Wantki>~Two or more bard cages,  canaries.     Mrs. F. K. Smith, Cresthn.  j Stove Fob SaSlk���������Fniry Queen  heater, No. 23. J. W. Hamilton,  Creston.  Miss Croy of Nelson is a Oreston  visitor this .Week, a guest of Mrs.  John Spratt.  Provincial police Hector McKenBio  of Nelson, made nn officio! call at  Oreston on Monday.  Monday next is T^abdr Day���������a statutory holiday, and aU places of business  in town will be closed.  Pigs Fob 9aue���������Choice young pigs,  sbc weeks old Sept. 10th. J. B. Miller,  (Alice Siding), Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Lundin of Miurysvillo  were weekend visitors at the home of  Mr. and Mra. W. O. Bteeh.  HaroUl Speers left on Thursday last  for Grassy Lake, Alberts, where he is  holidaying for a couple of weeks.  Fall as at hund alright. Oreston  Dairy inaugUArtned thn morning de-  11 very of milk at the first off the week.  BoAitDBue - WANTitD ��������� Room and  board In private home for two high  school students.,/ Mra. Muxwell, Ores-  ton..    VV   ,    .-..-' -K  Ted Bush and^A.f. Bofloy left at the  firot of the week for Kellogg, Idaho,  where they nr* lookihg for n winter's  job.  Mrs. (Dr.) Hendoifiori left on Monday on a f.hnrt holiday viult nith  friendn at V>.nnouvor and other tfomsb  points.  Miss A. Forguson, who has been a  visitor with MIhs   Almiim  John-ton, bus  returned   to   her   Saotiae   in   Oulg������i>i-y.  Alberta.  Mif-s- Jjiefcel, who has,be������������i������ *a guest:  , <sf Mrs. Ireland  She  past few weeks,  '" " ' | left at the end of the. week  for Oai-  O. Bfeur^I^air-y, Alberta.      .   .        ^'  Mrs. Billy Hall arid Miss Modanp  Bell of Kellogg, Idaho, arrived this  week on a visit with their parent*?,  Mr. and Mrs/J. A. Brtl.  Mrs. H. Guy Greenwood and children got back on Thursday last from a  three weeks vacation, at-Willow Point  and Orescent Bay.  Mrs. K. Kettlewell of Kimberley  arrived on Friday on a visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson,  Victoria Avenue.  C. B. Twigg was at f*������Tatal on Wed-  nesdaiy, where he" was placing the  prize tickets on frnib and vegetables  at the annual fall fair.  Mower Fob Sale���������Seconhand. one-  horse naower, in: Al shtipe^ Order  y<nir repairs before they ,are needed.  Ohaso Murrell, Farmers* Supply Depot.  ���������   "   ���������     '.    .   -   }%"  V  Miss  Mary Baasb  has just returned  from a two months' holiday with  fi-ieiuia at Cranbrook, Fernie, Cote-  man, Alberta, and in .the Windermere  district. ��������� "i- . ������������������  ^������te assortment of E^E  ��������� :j'T^*rnr*^o--w--^^.-.-,&X-*������5^-������������������>������*������������ .  vaCwIUII ygiy@ ^ yyuii  ''".   ''OEO.-I5.:E^EilL^V'V  ABY FIrASH  I  *&  ������^a h bo -By  ���������s-  The Ellen Dow Mission Band of St.  ������..>,.������.. ...i..    *������n. ......, .,}.     it,.    ,  ,  ,,.,*,,,,.,,   .....,.,.  t.^t^.^.m.^i.4 it    *jtvt.t. I....    tf^>   ������Vvi.uttAht*^   ttfpt...."'  tionw with tho H������;pu*iiiber meeting  llseal for Monday nf ter noon, 13!th, iat  't 80, at Mm, McLarenV  Mrs. Lyons and son. Jack, of Omig-  nayle. Alberta, hava^ returned' home  after a three weeks' visit with her  Bister, Mts. B. J. Forbes.  For school opening we are prepared  with'..������. complete stock of the best  school supplies in the district. Ores-  ton Drug ������c Book Store,  School textbooks and all equipment  at Creston Drug & Book Store. Open  evenings. We can give you est! in ji Cos  on youir school supplies.  R. J. Forbes, manager of tho Bunk  of Commerce, with Mrs. Forbes aro  spending a few days in Nelson this  week, leaving on Sunday.  Mrs. ft. Joyce nnd you no: daughter  were weekend visitor** nt N<'l*ota, iV3r.  Joyce returning with them on Monday after a week's holiday.  Misses Hazel Oannady and Ltsusie  and Lily E������qwjb left last week for  Wenatoheoi where they will be employed for the next few months.  Mr. ami Mra. Baarncilt aancl ffnm.ily  have fctals week moved Into the Liknt****.  hoaiBo at Hillside Hood and Victoria  Avenue, just vacs ted by W. Fisher.  PrlK.e Heta for Orecton'a 10JJ7 fall fivir  are now avuiluble and -cud be bud at  naowt all business .places in" town or  walto the secretary, F. H. Jaokwan.    H  vm ,.       ������������vn������. . . ^       ti ������i .1,. ,.*    t ��������� .1'.  .MkM      . BKjIjk.U.      ia..<4      k,k������4<C4������ Ul.      *.'*       .iM..t.tf  bridge. AIS������������rt������, who huve been on a  vlislt with Mr. land Mm, Bmll JohnHon,  left for hf������me i������t the end of tho weok.  While M������n������ger ?Forbes is nn tho  usuul fcwo weeks1 r,vacation E. Morgan  of the Nelson branch Is in charge at  the Oreston bianch of the Bank" of  Commerce,  -. cia , .       :,   .  Commencing this week Oreston  Dairy announces a raise in milk prices,  with, the Jersey, at 7 tpaarfca for the  dollur. and HoJateln at ten quarts for  a one .spot.  The Women's Institute resume operations of ter the Augaist vacation  with the! regular September t*esfti������������n on  Friday, 9th. The Bower, show at the  annual fall fair will have special consideration.  Faulty Kidney  Action:  - -- ****** ���������'  ���������  ���������- ��������� ��������� .:?-"    -    '       ...' y';'        ���������'   -'  consists   in   spending fet^s that*  ��������� ���������yem earn.  If by careful economy you can  ������ave money* Vou t&ave taken a  long step- ttjwaswl,.. - s^a*tes*tosat..,.  ���������' . We pay interest c^^awia^  Af. asacca aiaaj . sliall ? ^c?.co.*nf������.g .',yciag  ..   .  ticccBgcktm^lli l1;>.:.::-^    .:-r'v-:'V������^  THE CAI^ADIArN BANK  y     OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20fOO0.OOe J  Reserve jPaaatul $20JPOOJOOO  Creston Branch ������ R������ J* Forbes* Mttnafter  The Kidneys are the ftltors of  your system. More people bh ffer  from faulty kidney action than  ia prenernlly thouRhfc. It is nob  neoaaanry to have pain in tHe  i^e/gion oar tbe kidneyu to iiavo an  irico ordination thore. Tho ftroat  .work of olimirintinfl the poiaona  of tho body ie done chiefly by  th& Utudnoya. Tho apinu*l region  xvhioh BHppli^s th������ nerwo' fforoe  to the kidneys is tho moat easily  auliluxa&od off any region of tho  aphic, henkoc* ai ia vuj-y coriiaiiou  to find trouble fthorisv whioh pro-  duoee diuoaso in many forma and  often in romoto parts of tho  hody. Tho Cliiroprnoto/ tflveu  fcho Icidnoytt Qpooial attorttEoin in  euiL dieoaBod ooriditione.  ntanai  BURNS  **m ^Smf   mm*  l*w^**^Sm*r*mm^m** p        ^  ^**    W  %n0*m   tr*Qm   mwr* *    m  mmfrvf  PALME'S^   OHiJR'CyP'RAGT-OR  Move tk* count of <Ji$*a*i rsmopsd  ��������� MEAT MERCHANTS  ' rr -i ^ r ii ������ if ffi it im ,i, r'. , ��������� I a, ft Hi i t 'Tr|iliaw|i������ijailff|tii^a:*.g'  Btry orrxiy ";>''' v  bhAwiRGCX PORKs SAUSAGE    ".  An economical diah.^asy to aorvp.  .y t������i*iUjuu.'*jcu tBrmu&t HAmS^ MACONm$m LARD"  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  \ Oovornment fDcriidod. hlghtoat quality,  FRESH and CifREB-FISH  t\\\ aral-l������tle������. ���������   .  Choicest MEEh PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BrnfMitHmtC  ffSTrnKTAS    XffmXIV *FJ3������V J7Vr>#*lfT  ���������   C9%/S^LsVmS    ������.m\PXZ*Jr%\sLm   ������^aUi"&/** M ff% m     tT^LJ^PmU  Snora������wk;ea egn prodlu������tim>n unci pi-oclueeM- h&tt*v poultry.    liny tbe btmt.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcrestonrev.1-0175047/manifest

Comment

Related Items