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 V-  "* s*>V  * $^ ' '-  ^^^^^^S^^^^gi  y.v  / *-r  .* <-      (6  /J/  :i  ������fe  3T/w*   YT^  OBESTONB B,as FBIUAY; SEPTEMBER 2S- i������������7  3io. 31  11 *��������� ���������>  Mrs. Dougtas Butterfield left Isist  -week foa? Cranbrook for it visit with  friends before returning to her home  at Riondel. -?  P. Andestad was a business visitor  at Kelson & couple of slays last week.  Mrs. R. Dalbom left this week-~fbr  Lethbridge, Alberta, where she is  visiting! wit-te rel������iiv������s.  Masses Ethel Tow-son, FSiyi'lltf" Fosali  and Augustina Benedetto left this  week for Willow Point, -where they  will be employed during the apple  harvest.  '1 aul Qfner combined business with  pleasure on a visit to, Cranbrook last  week, where the* fall fair was ������a full  swing. ;        ���������.,.-"  Hiss Irene Hus������3?������ffe cf Creston wSS  here for tbe weekend with Sir. and  Mrs. Ogiivie.  E. Wall and R. Clark left on Sunday for Lethbridge. Alberta, district,  for thd harvest and threshing -season.  *  Mr. Benedette waa a 8un<S*ay visitor  at Cranbrook making the trip by .auto  in company with Harry Irving; _  33. Uri had tfee foad 5uq% to Toes a  calf on Sunday morning. It was -run  over by a westbound freight.  Misa Marie Kooke of Spokane spent  a few days this week with ber grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Grady.  She left for home oa Tuesday.  Miss Severn.and Miss Flett of the  school teaching, staff, spent the week*  end at their -respective homes at Proctor and Cranbrook.  T. Dunseath is bere for a few days  from Ifabk looking after fall opera-  Uions at the .ranch* ,  Gee. Taylor is bu^ these daya wi:  the erection of a new iaarri on' his  ranch at Wynndel.  The fine weather that bass obtained  all week is to the liking of the   hay  makers, some-of whom have been able  lo resume opersilerss on tha Ssts. *  ,'   BiBTH���������On September 18tb, to Mr.  and Mrs. George Huscroft, a daughter.  Hr������rdt and Mr.- and Mrs. Chaw. Brown  o2 Portland, Ore., were motor visitors  in Kitchener during the past week.  St. C. Barkley and -wife of Spokane  were other motor visitors.  Paddy Foisy is renewing Kitchener  acquaints 53 ess this week aisd Is welcomed back by the old friends.  Misg Grscs Kesdall, vise-prinsspsl  of Oreston school, spent the weekend  here, the guest of Mrs. Hunt.9'  Board Discusses  Road Situation  Highway matters were much to the  a..   teu    cmuS    .tieywiiHmjr - uxcoviuj^     iii.  mun  *������������, -������"*������������������.  Nelson, who are attending bigh sehoot  at Cranbrook, spent the weekend at  borne.  Miss Alice Molander, who has been  vmpscyed with the v.P=K. at- Keves-  stoke the past few. months, arrived  borne on Tuesday.  Mra?. Molander and pan. Richard,  spent the weekend at Cranbrook.  Wesley Biatr was a weekend visitor  With friends nt Creston. Will Wick-  hoiss sas with his pas-eots at Canyon  for the weekend.  - Miss Clara Hunt and Claude Simpson, who are students at Creston bigh  school, were home for the weekend.  There   was  a  fine   turnoait at the  on Saturday uighab, andv there  ehstgst of the president, Major Mallandaine, and a tine.turnout of members.  The topic camelto the fore with the  1 reading of the correspondence, which  UIVHUW3U  1VI1W1/U.0U1 vjbiqkju uunru C>  the. grouse and. thesebiards are not as.  numerous nn other'years* It is tod  early vet for docks and geese.. '?- __,.  *a���������~ *r*n^ MAti,<.. r.* rfa������������ w aor*������u������r������  and ��������� Mra, Sclater, mother of Mrs.  Kelly* are visitors with their son and  daugHtgp. stp^vitig from New Westr^  minster last week.  TT"  Harry Compton left/ Iasa������week for  Tfinartt&mtf. whf������re^_-we understand, be  baa secured a'poSition.  ' ISenry Vaness, who haa been stop-  uss^ ^������veSy  left oa Suadav  Vaness, who haa been  ter, Mrs. A. G.  for Cranbrook*.  Cos,  dance  will be another on Saturday ,night���������  24tb, at Hunt's Hall.  is  s  aWm*fofam*W&QB*  Mrs. Lowearrson is spending a few  days with friends in Nelson this week,  leaving or* Monday.  Clifi Vance is the first Canyon hunter to bag a deer thiB season. He got  a nice one in the Skimsnerhorn camp  area on Monday.  ,   Ar.3aa**S lest a few days ago for Ai-  pcriaats, wb&re tie>bas(������ few pla������.  tering |pbs In pswpect, ' '  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walde and  fas-ail*? cf Ifernie are here for their  usual two.week's vacation with the  lattet^s parents, Mr., and Mrs. Wear-  niniit.h.  A full delegntioo of the Canyon  Scotch will be at "Creston this Tb-ars-  day night for the Tom Copelnad concert at Trinit^United Church.  trade asking weston to approve of a  Nelsoh resolution, which asked for the  4mnnediate consbjraetion of the Gray  Grssk=Ss2^kssiook road.  Suits & sasirstpd fl*HC"SH*o*s mwik  place on the matter, bait the subject  was unanimously disposed of by a  motion that the1 letter be filed and the  Nelson board notified accordingly.  No ill feeling was displayed toward  Nelson sn debating tbe subject but the  membership felt that if Creston board  went oii record as approving of\an ex  penditure of $400,000.00 on tbe Nelson-  wanted road that amount would about  eat up all the. rotad money available  for at least two years.  Instead of adopting the Nelson resolution the secretary will write the  minister of public wciks asking that  in the estimates for next year a sufficient sum be included to ta&e care of  IOuTtSGiiig   iu&    ?QG3*ijJi   &Qu     SOIitjUl    nRtu  from Po*?tbil! -to' Cteston. via the old  K.V.  Due to the faast that space allocated  for J9pokaue������ where she has loaned the  nursing staff rat the Sacred Heart  Hospital. coatupieKinaj the third ye&f of  her training courae.  It is expected that W. K. Bsling,  M.P. for JWest Kootenay, will arrive  froua^jEScssland on Thursdny nest, and  offinltAn nt. the. oianninsr of the Creston  fall fair on tbe 3Vth  &  < _  Frank "i'ravera of Michel arrived on  Sunday and -is a guest at -������h���������.j. W���������  Parkin home*.  Winter STair at  aurf^c*   A  ^ryv..*.* .  \a.S^.   m\.r%.  ki4������%������w Gr.it.  Nelson where she is a fair week visitor  wlath friends. ft "'"'"  W. C  Crosby, f irovernment    toie  phone liiie������h&n������ ^wsUa������ock, and Geo,,  Huscroft of Wynndel, were business  visitors here on Monday.  Capt. P. J. Oatta. forestry* supervisor, Oreston V was here on an official  visit at the first of the week. F. H.  Pyra, district forester, was here from  Cranbrook on Sunday.  K. M. Jones of Calgary, Alfcerta,  waa here on a business visit, Tuesday.  Dr. Thompson of Yahk was here on a  professional visit the same day. ' C. H.  Ward of Cranbrook was a Sabbath  caller here.  Dr. Rutledge of Cranbrook was hero  oh Thursday making veterinary inspections In the district.  A. I*. Palmer of Creston was renewing. Kitchener acquaintances Thursday last. , W������ W. Ring of Spokane  was a huslnedS caller, Friday, along  with D. R. Weber.  Mr. aaid Mrs. W. H. Howell of JUos  Angeles,  Calif.,   Mr.    and    Mrs.   B.  You are invited to call  and sco our display of  Fall Felt Hats  Latest Shades.  Latest Styles.  S*& ag**^ -iWWyL -feMm "^P^iil ���������H*1*^ jfifO  ���������    /%.���������   OI? l!tt%tCah!l  , A. D- Pccbln wag here from N^elsoss  at the first of the week. The aranaiiy  will not return to that,for a couple of  weeks yet due to tbe infantile -paralysis epidemic.  Mrs. H. A. Smith of Moyie was a  weekend visitor here, a guest of Mrs.  Ben Long.  The Community Hall was well filled  on Monday night for the vocal recital  of Miss Amy Fleming of New Westminster, wbo mode an eyen naore favorable Impression than on her first  visit early In the year. In addition to  her numbers her .brother. Rev. E.  Fleming of Moyie, gave some eloeia-  tienary numbers, and the instrumental btfei-inga were by Miss Lily Cook,  piano, and Misses Holly Bond and  Thelma Vance^ violins.  The former United Farmers organ-  Isdition at Canyon is now "replaced by  a full fledged Fanner's Institute,  which was organized at a welt attended meeting at i>hc Ko|thainnier home  Wednesday Vovcning , Iaot.,; Tlioaro will  bo abualneae and stioial side to? the In*  stltute���������tho former confined to the  handling of stumping powder. During llm- wi.tU.-h.' ttiitrta will ...Ito uouitil  evenings of a varlfetl nature, with the  regular institute meeting night set for  tha first Saturday lo each month.  The ofllccrs are; Prea������ttlewt, H. Young;  Vico-prculdent, A. Bondi Secretary,  W. H. * 'Kolthammer; Executive,  Phonue Huygons and John Nygaard.  Toraanto will ontj -permit of ajbaging  ten boxes of fruit the exhibit at that  point may be abandoned.  Capt.. Peters of Toronto, wbo has  -jaaant arrived to, tike' charge of the  Itamont property hodin-gs atrBrick-sera,  which be acquired some -months ago,  w*m?pi^������a^9i^S^waj^^A.:to address  tbe board* , He j^poke Vvery. briefly,  pointing out that the location of Cre������  ������t������s was: ssscli that- there was & <*?eat-  faature for the village-if vigorous  action was- token to capitalize these  advantages. He ��������� mentioned five  things that were essential to expansion:- North and South highway via  Porthili, a fully atbodern hotel, an 18-  hole golf course,,? beer license for the  hotel, and irrigation^ V He submitted  plans that, be had sketobed for the  hotel he believed was warranted and  assured he was willing to back all  those enterprises,to>:the limit.  Presbyterian Ladies1 Aid remind  that they will have A booth at the.fair  grounds. Faiiday, Sept. 36th, where  they will serve light refreshments nuti  have sseveltaes oa sale.  For Saus���������Double bed with_Best-  niore mattress, almost new; liisten-  sion lounge; two Congoleum rug������.  good as new? and other furniture.  Mrs. Daly, Mause, Creston.  Bev. Dr. Douglas of Vancouver,  superintendent of missions for' the  Pte8byterlan Church in B.C., .was a  Oreston caller, Tuesday- a gueet of Dra  and Mrs. Daly at the manse.  For tbe /aonvesalence of those making entries for. the fail Fair Becarctary  F. H. Jackson will be at the town hall  on> Monday afternoon, and on Tuesday afternoon and evening , to tenj,  o'clock. *~  Creston village holds its annual sale  of lands in arrears for taxes on Thurs  day. October 6th. at 10 a,m��������� at the  town hall.    Bates  have been so .well  paid that only onejpmperty is offered  SO? 55n*���������������  . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson, .jvtyo  ba ve Vbe^* *^<3*"������f ^^ WSsfe'f^J "* *  for tbe past half dozen jrearjs, left "last  week Tor Calgary, Alberta, where it Is  their intention to reside permanently  in future.^  Victor SJarr Iihs -^sistc cossspis&sa th������  erectioau of a new hay shed for storage  of this year's out of flats feed. It is  built near Csrr's Point.  Miss Buth Compton was a weekend  visitor with friends at ^Tabks  Hay recommenced on the fiats at  the first of the week but much fording  bas^to be done to get at the cutting  ���������gr''������-ft&d8,>due to the floods caused by  fcbe unusa5~bSe"tes*-be5? rslss.  A remarkable growth in saajnsflowers  as -reported by R. Comfort of the Creston Dairy, wbo in cutting bis crop on  the Anderson acreage, next the Skalin  place, came across quite a quantity  that showed a height of twelve feet.  V5.     T^f������ *3G������.n.4J.  m*������.������"r<CTA  VUW  week on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. Tr  Rogers.  S��������� MeCabe and B. J. Brawn of tbe  B & B crew, which is working along  the Kootenay Central, were borne for  the weekend.  Rev. S. Newby of Creston was here  on Sunday evening for Church of Bng<-  land service. ^  Mr.  and Mra, Simistor of   Creates  were^jfilsitoro  here   a  few days last  Wbiteside^ Bfeap.and Martin.  Mr3. McC!euag������4������Si of Ottawa, v������������-������-  tat?itR, and Mars. E*oasby of Sirdar, were  weekend vinitors with Mr. and Mr*,  jas. Cook* The former is west on a  visit with her brother, YRrdmaster  Ejoasbyuiat the latter, point.  %^tSS&������m'. Qa*   M M������j������������*T*\*rQ*\\  Local and Personal  PiG8���������Yoaang pig������a for sale, Berk-  sbire-Duioc Jersey cross, ready for  October deli vet y, going price.   A. G.  CojEj   Vaness   Kahch   (Alice  Siding),  Creston. " :\  Mrs. Lister's orchestra remind of  their popular price dance to be given  fall fair night, Friday, Sept. 30th.  Gents $1; ladies, 50 cento. These prices include supper.  The game bitd hunting season open  ed on Thursday last.    The wet year  tbe district hna had was not Ideal for  Ski ward.. JUangaton . *R*nd.. family ��������� tsakfe  this means of expressing sincere appreciation of thf sympathy and many  kindnesses shown them in their recent  bereavement, Atid are particulsyrly  grateful for the many floral tributes.  x������.  .^I.S-_      ���������-������  -  &tmXM*G     jrcaa������������     <^ic  new schedule, commencing Tuesday.  Work commences at 9 p.m.* instead of  just past midnight as raas been the  older far-some ysars past.' .     ���������  Jas. Cook of Oreston spent a couple  of days here at the first of the weeaV. a  guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. North.  Fflceinai and Mrs. Smith were Ores-  ton callers on Saturday.  " Miss Eileen Heap, who la Attending  school at Cranbrook. spent tbe wee������>  end with her parents here.   ' }y  Mra. McClenahan of Ottawa, who is  west on a visit with relutivea In Montana, and at the coast. Is here at present on a visit with ber brother^ C. M.  and Mrs. Loasby.  SlCKO aiijViH-.Fall Wheat and Fall  Uj-e for seed, lobal grown, Cranbrook  Tradlnn Co., Cranbrook.  " Haul your own nnpU-f-. Chevrolet  truck for sale, in gooil i*f������mlitlori and a  tborougb bargain. Call at Erlckoon  Garage.''   y    ���������  Wimmn ViM^Ani.H$i-;Pr^|������r your  h.njiMjMy    h������im',       prwsfH,   it**ti!v*4ir������v������<!l,  H'tmt  Carrots, IJIl.W) per 100 lbs. < Beets, $2  por 100 lbK Turn 1 tt&. $1.50 per 300 lbs.  Waranipo, r^.60 per 100 Iba. Hiclnua-  bon, Erickson.  Jack Hall left on Saturday for Vancouver after spending almost a  auonth's holiday with his parent^ here.  Lucille Murphy who had the miBfoiw  . tune to break her leg while playing on  the swings at tho Brlckson school last  week, went to Cranbrook a few days  ago for an X-ray, which revealed the  fact thnt-ln addition to the break tbe  bone was badly twisted.  CORPORATION OF THB  Village of Creston  Civic Holiday  Hatice is, hefeby given that  FEIDAY, S^PTBBaBEE mt  has been proclaimed a Civic.  Half Holiday fop the Village1  of Creston, and all citizens  are asked to close their places  of business from 12 o'clock  noon, and remain closed for  the balance of the day.  By order.  vv. O. XAYJLjOJS,  ,.    Clerk.  Creston, Sept. 21, 1027.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:  m  Hotel Dallas,  Lethbridge, Alta.  Dear Mother,  1 haye gone out by car to work in  tbe harvest fields at Lomond, Alberto;  a good place, and good wages. Will  write you again as soon as settled.  HAROL&OAM.  ' Mrs.' Fred DsuvJo and Mr&~Rhodes of  Wynndel were visiting with. Brlckson  friends on Tbuisday last," .������  Mrs. V.'A. Jcntter, who has been  visiting with ber brother at Blnaes,  Alberta, returned home on Saturday.  Bleanor Blair o( Canyon Is now enrolled .no ii pupil at Brlckson  school,  lalrickitpn school will ,be''represeittoji  in the races at tho big field day at the  Creston fair next Friday. The children are in training for the event.;  A number of Brlckeon young people  wore at Kitchener for the dance on  Saturday ntght.  T2i0 Co tarns iiniilty Sniaday' cshnnS t*ft>  sumed operations on Sunday afternoon last at the Bchoolhouse.  Bveryone is busy with the return of  flac wcatthcr. Tlie pear crop io pretty  well all harveated and m start will he  made on the Mclntonh apples in n few  days.  ."��������� r*������ ***'     .      .....*.   .. m.    .....   *m.. *...  ,<*4 k'#.  v.<-������������. h^wii'bv������-a ������|M<iu    ....ti   %������..     j.. m������-������J  day for Nelson* whera-i she is one of  th^ judges on cooking and needlework  ut the fall fair In that city this week.  Elfl I Lilv  See them at the Fall Fair  There io only a few days when  opr&yinR can bo dono ofiootively!  By owning a machine thia risk  eliminated. Tho Mnssoy Harris  ia the moat offioiont machine on  the iri&t-'lcet today and tbo prico  ia BIGHT.  There will bo two maohines on  exhibition  at tho Fair on Sept  20th and SOtla. Come aud see  them demonstrated.  wlb^JSi J*\m**^tm*M*%*9* *%        mmW Bm   t*b*W  *\**^**^*\%^s������mm**mm% *mm***^mmmlM  Massey-Harris Agent WiFW'm^mV^msmmmm*mmmmmmmmmm.  fgg5ig_*jS'ifo-__W  ayjja'Hji'*^^  ' ;.���������:&$���������  Ch  THE    BfiyiE^    CRESTON,    B.    C.  ���������*-  & ������a  a  ong tests., we are eon������  vinced  Best For Whites  Tropics   Only    Suitable    For  fRiJfce Says Scientist  Colored  *Efce .i^Wt^Btofe^. #nlust;'if e^aiualljr  ������������������������������������������������������:        :  '.       ;/-������������������   ��������� 1.   -,.   i   ���������__'.- i,  "B^**"' ''-'*'���������  ������-*-'-������i'���������'������������������'-"'    .m ' ���������       ������ ������ a    *S Ok  !%! aj\jy   TsSf"* ICfprl   f������"*"s S "������*"   "������ n-" ������������������ -������.< ������* * ��������������� STfs������.# w.ww.at'araf  ,t_y.y:-S*  \X/;u T-.ifc rY������ W.  V    w       A.-K.\^.  vSt-vni.   ���������^iauaua  section, jtold the.V British Association.  forthe Advancement of Science at a  meeting In Leeds, ikigianri, ;'  "There is no real evidence that tlae  whites arc suited, for- permanent residence* In tBe\tr5pics*," Dc, BA'^wnlde-  clared. "Atl^. evidence thatd"*1 conclui  giVoVsugg<rists 'that the colored raeos  vvill ������.M~oiuUuiiy oeciaps the ^varm  lands. .,''������������������  -���������"Bventnany tho" tide or whiterscM  tleiiient \v111 defin itely ��������� wet nor th war cl,  eveii to iho Arctic sotiit, 'ancl -in ?|{h  tTood destroy' ��������� ������������������' tlio present iiahabt-  taaitaV"     ;:; -"'���������  ���������'' ' "   ' -" *'''���������''-'  ***.auxj>f vo   j*. V-UV29T   VUl Baao  Not. least amon^ the attractions that���������'-��������� Western Canada lifts'"-'Tor riiany  people, whether- pernianeut resident, tourist or snoi'tsaatuan, is the Vabiindiiaice  and variety of its wild life, and now* that the Iitaftling: sbfifebn Is ������[fc- hatna)  ifc is opportune fo make something anoretl^s: a"'-pasiSfaYgV teferduCe toftae  value of "tills great asset to ail of out* Western Province^   ;*  Judged frona any and all -standpoints the iwlid ducltarad Stxase. nrairlo  chicken, partridge, and other : game birds: arefoi: -ittUBense : vahio to this  country. They constitute a pi^siiresque featm*e? ot lite - oiv-Urn'-prairies and  are a constant source of deligh#*ii������-thoHo^asr of nature. "Whatgreater?pleasure  can be had than to witw??5s tlae night of duck in the early daw**it or-as the  sian; sinks ta rest!  A mail uiu*si  gs Solid  ���������not get a thrill- as lie watches  Acts 11 Ice tnagic-^takes-' oaat all the  pain-rivjaices aching corns , Jeel ;ccanfy  in a l'a\vyseconds. ^Thai's how. .Put-  haaii'g Coa-ai Frxtractor acts. "You "wtil  not bo diSalppbbited with "Putnam's"  .*--it never''- Jails - to lift ont ooraas W  remove painful f. callouses. Get -VBiat-r  nam's axU-actoai;'' frona your druggist.  RoiEuse'a substitute. ,.-.-'���������  be of a yei-y stolid? nature indeed. yw ha does  x>*.n wiugiiig vlietr way acress tiu> sky.     :   -.-,  ,     Ifo-th^. hunter oaii* sajtiae  bia*ds offer  the  best of opxaoa'tunities for the  display  ot  the  keenest��������� niarkananship,  coupled witli'."'tho  "best.'-"sppr.fsma'nlike  Qiastlitics.    And,: fisxaliy; ih&y provide a welcome addition io our food supjaly", ���������  a delicacy appreciated by all. *"     ���������      * '?;       i; ::  loiter in   the sea-son comes the opportunity for the ^btg gatoe huater to  match ins craft and skill with ihe deer and moose. In a word, the Vvild life  A>f the West isvii. drawing: card for thousands of people. Without' these grarrie  birds and animals the^AVe^t would not bo the West "which attrkcts and holds.  But human nature being what it is, it became" necessary- for^GoverajLtnents  ���������by legal-eaaotinests io protect these friends -of isiivn frsna aau liimseK. As  a result, the open season for shooting has had to be curtailed, and the size  t.t --bags" greatly restricted in order to : save ? birds and. animals - from  extermination. And it is oulj" Ehroa^h the strict ���������.observance-of- these laws,  and a rigid compliance Vvith aii regulations, that a further curtailment ot  privileges now enjoyed can be avoided. Layvs have been passed and regulations are enforced by Governments, not for-the* purpose of depriving hunters  ...and citizens generally of the privilege of sh.ooting, but In their own: interests  a?hat it may be preseived and continued to tiiem, ;     ,; y   .  There are still some individuals in this world, who.. wrongly style themselves "sportsmen," who consider it sport and scmnething to' be proud .of and  boast about'to*-shoot'an--inordinately large number of birds i?n a day or a  season. These individuals revel in having: their photographs i:aken," gun in  hand, and. with their "bill" displayed around them. The" 3-6al''"spo'rt'sinari, ana  the true citizen, looks upon all saicb exhibitions -withJregret and a loathing  contempt. It is one thing to shoot for food, or for an lidur or tvyo of the real  thrill that copies to the true hunter, but quite another to'engage!in a -avbrsj1.  than use-Jess* orgy of wantbn slaughter. The man who will kill andfk;ill fbr  the mere, joy of killing and* in order that he andy boast ��������� bfhia^-"bag" ��������� is no  spoKtsnian; on the contrasyy he Is the enemy ot all sportsmen* and, in tho  final analysis, his own enemy. In the laaiguage^of the old fable, lie is destroying the goose .that lays the golden eggs. '���������"'-'/     -?;:    v  The writer of- this article has nd desire to preach;  ho'Is not Ka killjoy.  But he wo-qld, even on  the sordid' grounds of sei"f-intere3t, hot to-*taaentibn  ���������more -lofty-motives, urge  all  the  people of  Western  Canada  to  constitute  ihetnsolves unofficial game guaa-diana,���������to fully-iind loyally olbserve tlae spirit  and letter of the game laws themselves, and see to it timfbthtii' people do  , likewise.   ,      .    . .     ���������  ; ri^e^r-Oid Triplets' '"^"���������y ,  * ^b4A|jani, Ifsaacf-and J^cbbV^aggon-  er.f seventy-otafe" year old' triplets;  c-Xalan the distinction of betaig'the olii-  est triplets in Tennessee and. possibly  in the. IVuHed '} States. ' '.. They, have  liveel 'all their lives withaxif ten miles  of one a,iiother, liave never b.een 511  enotigh to reqxaire~ a doctor's .services  and dp ,iaot sinoke^ chew or, dVinlc. , \  MADEHERBABY  PUIMP ANt\ aa/ra r  ���������5. liVxilx   mias   fv&jJULi  Nothing  * makes    a   mother    more  grateful than -a benefit conferred' upon  her  child. ^,   Mothersi everywhere  who' have usetl .Baby's   Own ^Tablets  for their children speak iri'enthusiastic terms of them." For instance, Mrs.  Zepherin..:X.avoiet Three Rivers. Que.,  writes: ���������"gaby's   Q.wri .Tablets - a.re  a  wcmderfulVniedicin.^ for' vlittieV, ones.  ,<They never* fail to reguiata the baby's  t stomach 1ind������ bowels;  and make him  plunijp. and vTell. I- always keep a. box  of the ;Tahlets-irr* the housel and wo-Qld  advise   all _mothers  to . do; likewiise."  Most of    tlae'   ordinary,   ailments    of  childhood, arise  iai   the stomach  and  bowels, and- can be quickly banished  by Baby's Own Tablets*    These Tablet-? relieve .constipation and indigestion, break up  colds  p.nd simple .'.fevers, exp^l worms, allay teething paiais  and. proitnote  healthful sleep. '-?���������   They  arc  guaraiiteed to  be free -from- ihf  jurious  drugs .and are sei-fe , even for  the yoaangest aad most delicate .child.  The   Tablets   am   sold   by   medicine  dealers or by mail at 25c. a box from  The    J3r.    Williams'    Medicine     Co.,  Bi'ockville. Ont.  Operates Restaurant 'plane  Added   To   Paris-London   Service  French Aviation Company  ^AV^^^aoK^^^lane''    ha# '  By  ^ac^a\4i||daily ^ration on :%e..|iir  |ine 0bff(ir^ Ts.0 and - *LoBd*^[ b|f a  #iierifeh-^iEiflalii8^l-fcompany,    th^^if^-  ..Union^^accqrding;. vtq.r- ad vi Gea^-tq^ tlie-  X������epai*tESient .of C-om,-naerco fi*oni W. K.  KelleyVkiitohaoiivo trade 'commission-:  .or- to::-Burope:-"-v.:-~'-:-y:y**'*--:y?**"-,-''-y ���������������"-^Av~*7r'A" -.-  A<,cold lunchftoia ;is- seryed*. i^clu^-  ing    hors.r,f.a|''oe:,ay^g,:.viflob!a  yeal, 'taftm,'.* saiaryl.-, ci>,,>6ReI-������.>Cr,uitsi n-nd  coffee, with wine* waterfoyrftfia.. In the  axeaa-  fulaarq aiayelectarlc stove: yvilhbe  installed for...preparing ,warmf food,  a'..Tlip '.'|dane^ carri^.. 5i^pilq.ti^a',.^ldio  'operator. Cpokf..fwaite^.'yanf:t3W&V-:^^f  seiigerg and 'their baggage^ It* is one  of 'the TeIstest iri Eatrdpe,"1 ���������covering;-" 335  :a������l3e$';in ' two 'Ito-airs;?1'1?''���������'-������������������''������������������ '?'?--?'-'-'? V' y  "'���������������������������*!'Another Evelatson Tfeeory  "���������'"/ '" "?-*���������'" ���������>->-'\!"-        r~"':".'.-'"-; " r!/i;-"i ������������������'"���������;  ���������British 'Zoologist Thinks - Mara Developed From Jelly Fish   ���������-���������"������������������'��������� ���������"-���������������������������  ,SiI yon ���������*a*t?^nausical, like,.dancing., or  ;have^ ppeytical instirLCts> ypu.^yinay  .thank y-ftuiv jelly .fash ; pjrogenitors qt  steons ago, in the oph*^qn;qf ?Pr.r Q. P.  ^Bidder, British Zoologists' -I>r. Bidder  otaitiiHea. his Vheqi-y, that man develop-.  ed from the lowly jelfy fisiiin aii ad-y  dVess fat'ftieeds,*fEnglandp bsftfrer-the  BriiEisli' 'Association? for "the : 'AdVSnce-  'Kiren't bf-Sciencei ;;and -aaded-:-'*'���������' "s-^ ?'  Our appreciation of dancing.' *x>6(3t^  .and-,.'jazz ipustcrisv due; tq ,, the,,.*taieta-  bqlic,���������;rythm inlierit^-.r.frpin -our flag-,  ellate? forefathers, and. shoes' that'wq  .aare still, fj-agellate^ at heart." ,,^.;;.     ;  :;;v-. ������������������.:  Tlaaer.Good Matured Scptcia   y .,  The Scotch are all rightj. But? the  Scotchman is _thick-skinned and he  can taket ^..joke, and therefore the  jokes- ab.butt^hla^''ft'grawr>-a^ Jokes  about the Jews #and the Irish have  virtually, been -ruled out of our theatres because: of ''organized protest. Not  so with jokes abouti.-the'Scotch; The  Scotchman, chuckles at . the- .stoiries  about his, pejitirLqusness. .. He tauglas  at those e^celleDLt.. golf storieB wliich  usually permit him qn]Ly que,, ball in  his bag. And, after ail, it Is _ better  ^tq laaigh!!%ith^ ^he^pedple who laugh at  yon.'1"*'-'' '"': -sM".-'"J'J -"--���������������������������������������������* -,"������?������--������������������  -���������Sli  m  ' ' ' ffM^lSjgj;  Finest solacll sn In CAiandiu' Com-  Olot9������OBpllc������ Jor, oia kinds oJ  huhtiiig'tripsrWHt������ f������r "ya'.ualjSs  illUBtratfldyjataloth���������jfi-09.  UPA^^VB^ ty������$yiM*v������>7e  mm  .,; M.S.   ���������K.������.rr<V3-.:������������,������������>V������,.iiii^l������ I  tftrreo  ������.-v< r?������...v<������^ ������:%w  ������3Mn SM������������ LWUti. M4r>.. Maalnat  ..'-.*,-<��������� ,-nytI' .;-; . ^;  Aviation Enters New tra  'y V'X'h^Vr^ent^^ ,^' ~K coiin-  tty-'-^de^ystem/oB^tiP expfesis' mai-ks  tlae' passage"of 'ilS-iatiOii 'frbiir;ity ;i>res-  entVera; <ffi, stunt^stuff,;with its: inevitable high*, cost* inr'ttuman life,,to5the  comparatively safd arid sound'basis  of;, every -day c.ojnmqrcial. use, in-the  qpiaiafqn o|* R. ifj.-.M". Cqwie^ president  of the  American,,  Railway    Express.  vJOMipiijly.  A Professor   of  rsychqlogy   claims  that bro-ayn eyes are an indication of  n weak will  lie .aiaight also add that  "black ones are. au    indication    of    a  w������.������ak  defense.-   Judge.  According   to   British  research   experts,    London's    smoke    cloud    ex-  cluakiH ueurly. two-thirds of the bene-  ficiai^ultra -violet    a*ays    of    sunlight  from lhat city. .  l">ial numbers have beexa converted,  iaato raised numbers to enable bllaad  persons to tune iaa different stations  on tlio radio' recelvor.  -Statistics  prove  that while, on an,  average, women are .now marrying at?  an eaiiler ago than formerly, the age  of tlae bridega'ooms is proportionately  older.  She���������"I've been married throe  times���������and each time my husbands  have been Williams."  1th���������"I'll aayf you're a clever Bill  collector."  Aiiothnr experiment to hasten  trans -Atlaaitic arfuils Ir . baaing aaiade.  Plaaaos will overtake and drop mail oaa  Hnerfl far out to soa.  ���������v  Iu Abyssinia, a telephone message  rimst iirst; be :"writtieiif^amci. -lian&ied?-to  the operator, who in" turn, shouts it  into the tnaaismLiter, no* one else; be-  |iiiS" do Waal tied to use "the .instrument.  -���������'������������������' Supports Bay Route- -  Entire support for the opening of  the Hudson Bay route is -given by  the St. John Telegraph-^Journal; one  of the most influential newspapers ;of  fh^ -TViaritimci provinces,,- ;'Tn fairness  to7 the fwest." itV^lys, "atte-mpt-j to  discredit, the Bay rqut������ should, cease.  The plan is goioag; thr������������gh, ,* It. should  be expedited. Let us hope that the, results'" vr.iii lully 'lueet; tlie" q^P?^10^13  of Blanitoba anal Sasica'tche^au. They  have made a resolute fight for'Whot  they-believed, to- be their due, and tite  rest of the count'ary should wish them  all good luclc."  -Like a ^ripf^t^tHie Throat;"    For a  disease that iS! riot ^classed as fatal  there is, pi-obably- none-,-which causes  more terrible suffering than, astltnia-  Sleep is impossible? the sufferer' becomes exhausfeedft andg^finallyv though  the ��������� attack, passes?; is^ei't. in 1 unceasing dread of its return.- ^Dj\, , J.'yl>.  Kellogg's Asthma "Remedy is a wonderful Jeme dial-ragent. a It immediate -  ,ly .relie-ves ,tlj*82 restricted air passages  'as '"'thbusaaids'f c^''''x'.te'suiy;V.?iV. is.';"s6js������  by, dealers everywlier^f" W'-f'/f..*"??"'?:,  r-A-L. ���������. -".J-VdT        - .?���������-     --' *- )  - ' -. ���������      '-''-A  ��������� a. A robin built, si nest on a mop,'on  the back porch qfy .tlie. yhoinei of ,a  Chicago wqanan. ,Ske secured .an---  other' iiaop ;an������i left stlie "robiii undis-  turbed". tmtilf'a'*"fa*^lyw'qf" siki "were  'r^arcil'i.''".V""   "������������������--?Vi"'- " ' *.'!'������������������������������������- -������������������.'*������������������-'���������--���������-  f^The Oil?Of the People^-Many-olls  ���������haive ���������: come-. -.- ��������� iandVgone*y) .but { I>r.  Thoaaias' ."Dielectric Oil' contimaes to  maitatain. its position "and increase its  sphere of usefulness each year.. Its  sterling gua"ti9s������.5a^y'qv/-J>^ouglii. it to  the front arid - Ifeep^ Ht-Werie, and. it can  feruiy he called the oil of the people.  /Thousands.., have- benefited by it-,and  would use :rio ' other,f-preparation'.'''^  Worms iu childreai work havoc.  These posts attack the tender lining,  of the intestines aaad. -if le'it to pur-  auo their ravage's aandisturbed, will  ultimately perfoi*ate tlaql wall, because  these worms .are of ttie hook vnj'iety  that cling to aaad fend upon" the ftater-  ior surfaces, Miller's 'Worm Powdei's  will not. only extertnlaiate these  worms, of whatever Variety,' but will  swvo to i'i,'i>ala* tlao injury they havo  done,  Used   by  rra.e ot..:,  physicians���������Minard's  "Lirai-  Flbur Exports '" ,'"''  During the first six months, of 1927,  16,819,328 barrels of flour were manai-  factured in Canada, a little more than  half of-which >vaB exported fi'oni the  country; in the twelve months ended June 30th, Canada exported $6r>,-  lOl^W.1 Expofts to the United Klng-  doan increased !������a-onv���������3,210,212 barrels  worth $2L,C03,802' In 1026 to'.���������3;BB2,7'5C  bai-rfils  worth $24,085,1S0 in 1027.  'Minard's  Liniment relieves   backache.  LDREN Lry for  French Scientist Po  Edouaid  Paid  Ha3   Worked   Fifty  lVTOTHF,T^:- Fletcher's  Cnstoria   is   especially ' prc-  fmred  lo  relieve  Tnfitftts in  arms ;md  Cliildren rill ages  of  Constipation,  Flatulency,  Wind  folic and  Diarrhea;  allaying; Fcverashnesfa nming there^  froni.   and,   liy   retfttlatiiig   the   .Stomach   and   Tlowcls,   aids   the  assiaaialalioii uf Vwd ; g-iviiaj; licallliy .aaad naittral sleep.  T-> -ivi-.u! imitation.'., always look for the .signature oJ   C*&*^/jTy^icjZJjtU  ,/ybMilniely   ll;irnilrw;i>������Ni> Q|i>irH������'n.    lMayHiciaaaa everywhere recoanaaaeiad it.  Brnnly  Years U^de^Trylnq Condlrilohjji'  ��������� Kalouitrd Bramly l������ *cl(Qtt: by ���������'nows-  wui'os as typifylTij? tho ������������������Rtruprprlo^ ol'  Fi'oncU HchvntiHtH to work nrnlor inl������-  crablo .o.ondltlomi. Ilrrmly i8 invtm-  1.91-. q.t 'Uigl'^coftatihHoi*,,; ^i-ttiiooV ciUIh  hl^i? tlao --'fratfacr^f t^vW^opSi:"  VBrtmiy^-ia'ak'"' Inn lilai**ti'riiy 'riftSfliaUmt  In* a raunshackli.- "laborntory" an  laRoil wo,inan wliov okoa out a UvlnR  by dolaaB oxli-a hoaarn ol' hoiiHewoa'k lu  other homo.s. Thia tnalU oCjall work  U? ,ia.pw ;'tho   . pt-cl.ort1.ljjf/o_,  '."lafrprjatptT  profcHsio'a' ti'tilnod ladr haVhlft work,1'  iror rtfty1 yo'iartt TlriiraT^r" liaH': work on  taaad'ir tlaeiVx contlltiouH. ������lra>Vlaag 1 a  ao.l'Ury of about $75 a; mpii-^U Jia, laro-  CoHMpr tuid HUl>portiaag la_l.*3 fn'anlly hy  oceaiHioiuvl. pa-aictieo iih .'������',' nlai^HlciJm,  TIiuho fufttH nr'p''told by Fwanch pa-  liurfi nh ''rtiiitatraitlrapr ilic' Taftorl ib Jiaxy  vvadl aiar*u who    ������lvi*    LUplr    llyosa    to  HI'lollhD.  Miu.ird'ej  Linimeat  oasoo more  feet.  ���������  mi "II"    I" " "i.i, -,.  .- Win��������� -���������.������,���������������M. ....������.-,,.,,.  IV.    N,    V.   '1008  -/&' -"Ft'eUblt" watchnaak'er 'ha������ invented  a watch that tolls time without hands.  A r-moving dial turns ^Inside; a. statiou-  ary,.xitii* The minutes,appear on the  3*ii������ and the:.hour Is yshqwu .thrDltgh  aai;opening in the c|lal.  1 --Drtviiag" became 'daiiRerous 'in tlao  olcl. days "vVhiSin tho laorae1 felt "liis  bats!  jiow it's when:iho "driver'1 tools  fla!f3,:a*yo.v   ' ���������'" .  -; '"':   ::*"-':' !   ������������������"'���������   '-' *'���������'''  .Tlao  Bpoodiqi^J.  bactqr|a  can   travel  only about Court inchoH lax 15',ar)|nuto.a.  proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago    ���������  ��������� *   , '.,.',-.'.. ...j, ���������',.,. ���������  Piiin'        Neuralgia     ' Toothacfc      Rheumatism  i  ���������MMWM  J..j  ri  mmmmmm.  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only   "Bayer"  f^ckaftts  ���������Which c������p fitains pro van, "tli rcpti^jisl^  ilnnilV   'TiiycV** "hoxtih' of  is' Uh\i-U  iU&o' woLile* 01 iS-al ttmi 3������i������0���������3>v������i,gr___;jHilii.  ���������Atplrln  In tfc.������ (mil* tn*rk  (ivelnfrivd In  Curnantii)  of nm]M-r TiUnutuiturm of t/ttmontMiie-  ������eJ4f������Vt of Ka! Icy Howl ,5 ������Ar^j-t HaltcyUo Arittl, "X. H. A.'4), irt I ft It tn w*ll kR*w������  e&nt 'JUwi������ls8iy m**M lS������j-������r tuNliiil'ttthir*', to- mmiul ������B������������ |.|������tiJa<5 ������K������WiftJi JmIIh11oi_vi|, <!���������������> rCKliIn.)*  ���������C ltajnr Couu^ny wlJI h* MUoivril vitk lliolx' gmu*ta,l tt+<i*< mirk, U������n "Usftc Owm." TOT.   KKVEEW,   CRESTON.   B.   a  /  ,zb  'AKE MEANS  111!    Fkl\ JLiiW  COSTIIMS FRA  Ottawa.  "We have Blades ouie evi-  Fast Steamer Tiane  C    "     " '      as      Trt a  service is nanned  Cross  i o  . i  "donee brought before-us ~ to Indicate  that, in certain quarters there would  be a revival oaf illegal practices once  our commission ceased to exist For  the benefit of such parties and. others  (similarly disposed i think I can pronv  Iso that other means will be devised  .   and rigidly..___ enforced._^fcr' ^detect jng_  sucSflr^vlaliy^a^'tjf atf:;flpi������ tii^'rut-u.1^3'''  wh������|( 'suc|������ frauds -find _i|fej^alIp^actlaQ^  ". are |jlif c^circSJf'tt!oy|^a-l %oy visited'  witlr'swti't aiaiii ^lehttess punishment?  The  above   was   one   oi  tlie   statements   anade  by  Chief Commissioner  J.  T.... Brown,  of the Koyai  Customs  ^Commission? Ini' brief fsiddress'"atthe  close'   c'������ vthO   'public VBlitinajs* "of tlie  commission here. '������������������.'*"  . '-'".'"'VV V    V  }'S-'^N6 doubt there ''liaye  been 'some  ���������  who iiaS!*'e been guilty erdefratadiaig tlie  Crown  of its' juat' revenaj.es and who  have escaped the scrutiny of our investigators," he continued. "For such  ~: '"let ��������� ���������'��������� nae"Tay""tlaat"'Hie"'vanefe""faoi" "fltalf  ,... ,ftbey'ftavey:tliusf'^V^  ~..I.'.?.s4LiPF^  any assurance that, such practices can  "be continued with impunity."' '-; .v_-  . .* The .chief cotiHttissio;ner*s _��������� closing  address, which was concurred in by  his fellow commissioners, W. H?  Wright?, and Ernest, Itoy, - expressed  sincere appreciation of tlae work done  by counsel, auditors-and������ others-associated with the work of the commission during the niany months of the  inquiry. Ira*espeetive of the report,  which ,ywould prepared and. saibmitted  i& the ���������"''"'Governor-^in- Council, the investigation had been worth while,  wraid tlae chief commissioner^  ;v,>;-;'"Tav<j things above, all appear to  .have been -necessary under the circumstances," he said. "In the first  place, an exposure of conditions as  r they actually existed both inside and  outside the service, with an awakeli-  ed and enUghgtened public conscience  oh customs matters v&s a result: The  ^"oric of the parliamentary committee  .���������:y'-'and our commission has anade the exposure fairly complete. In the second  yV ' place, iiVis?essential to haveVaVkead. let  the department with the  ability, will  yyand deteiynainationiy-to? bring ?about the  ���������:���������-? 'necessary^reforms?----"There ?'isV every  indication that the present head, of  the department is such, a man."  From New York  France In Four Pays .  New York.���������T3ig New York Herald-  Tribune says that plans are neai-ly  completed ^to launch an all-American  combination steamship-aeroplane service between Montaiak Point. Long  I&land. Piymouth, "England, and  Havre, France, with" fast ocean. Hnea-s  that will mak'e the ci-ossing in four  days;  Tho proposed" line is to be incorporated as the New ���������York, London,  pari s,. Stea-unship-Company,:.^naod;, will  operate? dffle&fc :ot?it^ivr20,OpG'^ii:,.Hners.  30o ships?; '^J&lcjfrVi^  ������_ta*|esV-fn*^^^ f-^t^v^tiput-  fwlco their' size,- will be driven at an  average 4peed~q;r  able of attaining 35 knpts. They will  be. about 800 feet;long. with an 80-fqflt  beam an<L a? draft of 24 feet:9 inches.  The new liners, to, be used; exeiusi  jvey for, passengers, -will; carry v'400q  first class, who win ha*accommodated  in small cabins, slightly larger than  fKuIImanvciu* drawing- roomsi.r:y -������������������:  '^  For Outpost Work  ���������If     9%    -  isi tietweeii  Canada and U.S.  Ri? MfoilV  H. SLS      85 JB mW 8 S H *  TPUM? BrttiTrc?  Senois  On ly   Ten    Per   Cent. ~Of   Uri ive  .,.. .,.-;'-y.f.Gra<jjti-atc*s!'-:.Gp ���������������������������To:.- States-'  Winnipeg.���������The exoduds of Canadian university graduates to the United States is not as serioust as it is  held to be'in some quarters, according  to Sir Robert A? Fal-coner, president  of Toronto University." in. an, interview here.  VI went: in to the. matter qUite^care-  fulLy at one time," Sir Robert Said,  ���������'and I found that, according to figures I r got from- various universities  in Canada, the emigration of graduates did not exceed 10 per' "debt."  Sir Robeft added, that this, exodus "is  aapt~*such a terrihte thing as< some people imagine; it supplies an outlet for  our graduates." No one, fie -said,  wofild bother to obtaiai a...university  education iff they,,'.'-." did ., "not **-. get :the  'crpportunity ���������tooiHse--it."-v:--:<-;i/.i":-!  ,- -; yMiss?' &i R������ ? ^er^yi'; R-N-. Toronto,  Ontario, nurse,- left recently; to\ beginy  ���������wpayfc. ya-tj the-n^w medical' outpost, All  Saints' liospita^l; Aklaviki North ;West  T errito ry, which has be en op.en'ed; under the auspices of the "Mackenzie  itirer diocese of the Anglican church.  No Room For Distrust Says Hon.  William Phillips  Ottawa.���������Thei*e is no place for distrust or misgivings between Canada  and the United States, declare^ Hon.  William Phillips', U.S. aninister^ to  Canada, in the course of a stirrinte  address to members of the Canadian  Clul>, and delegates to the annual ron-  fei*ence of the Association of Caaa-  "Tt is anT easy rriatter for us to understand one another," h.e said* "bc-  | cause our Interests touch at some  points -and; because already, we are  thoroughly well acquainted^ We o.to i in  no sense foreigners to each other, yet  we still have jmieh to learn,, one from  the other? Already ' wb f have gone; a?  long? Way on the road towa-rd. mutual  co-oiaeration.but: 'welstillVcan go evjen  .further.-    .,.-..?>; S-> .v-y ?- ���������.-���������������������������=:���������'.:?.  "Much   of  the   sqa'i-ows .and, suffea*-,  ings' of the  world  would have  been  avoided  in  the' past ' if  nations   h)ad  only found "��������� the courage '��������� to  approach*  their  interroational  problems    Iii    an  FOR THE  Woman Drowned At Sea  A'.Ti'erican Globe Circling Tour To End  At Tokic  Ahiericab 'aiionoplabe' Pride of Detroit  aeaxiss tho Pacific on its globe-circling  tour wag called, off here by its copilots, Edward F. Schlee and William  'sfiirocav-.-i':'    .-   ;??? ?';,??^  The decision to call off the ��������� flight  fo'"aowed"a leaagthy eonfei'ehco .with  aviation expea*ts here. atad'Qbthers interested in . the undertaking. Many  cablega*araas from Aanerlca urging the  fliers to,, stop at Tokio a>so carried  woiglat. Brock and Schlee finally con-  cluded (he attcanpt to nogoLiate the  P/tcillc would be suicide.  ���������  Tiaeywill take au oavly boat for  the United States and., .laayo, .their  nadaacialanc shipped  home.  Ljiaei  Carried   Over   Side   Of   Eritis,h  By. Huge Wavts-  .  Philadelphia.���������?4rs. Gyarii H.s Maiau-  ford, 30, of Fair, Acres Farm, near  Hamilton, Ontario, was swept; .overboard''froan the deck of the", "British  liner "London Mariner,--���������.-while the vessel was.,en route from? England to- this ���������  cityy;^'. ?";;-? ?-"_.. -:fr.V "', "ll'/'ll'}   '  The tragedj' was revealed when the  vessel docked laea*e, bringing,.a tale  of a stormy vo*yage and the liusband  and thrre&' chilclreii of -the woman.  Mr. Miun'fo*rd,va foi'mer BritLsli army  officer, was returning with his family  fa*om a toua- of.'England, Scotland and*  France when Mrs. Mumford,- who had  been on an uppea* deck of tlae 'vessel,  wans carried''oyer the. sidp by a huge  ���������wave,-.-:   -* - : -   "���������'���������'  immm  I HAN EXPCl^11  Ottawa. ���������   Reduction " of   postage  rates provided by, the budget of 1926  has resulted 'in a deficit in the Post  Office Department, but it i^ about a  million dollars less than was originally estimated.  .For'the fiscal year Avhieh - ended  March 31 last, the a*eturns are being  made up and. the deficit is placed aat  $1,60.0,000. The estimated shortage  was about $2,500,000. *  "fy  It would appear froaii these figures  that the a*eductio*u in the letter postage from three to two .cents per  ounce has increased the;yvoIume of  letters passing through the mails.  Simultaneously, a atiarRed iiacrease  in the parcels "post is 'recorded a.nd. a  big business is beiaag done. Despite  the.one third cut in the letter rate the  result of tl^fopefatiobis yubdCrf the  pi&w conditions?-leadsVtb f'tliie _fft>elief  that In a, yeary or two at least  equal iba-ium will.be -established ��������� be-  tAveen postal revenues aand. expenditures.  playv...    _,,    .; ,...,., '   ?..-..  ;..,,..;.  ���������.?...,..?:,-; Vf-f,  *;With   diplomatc _��������� rlsD^tnytgdarng-?  "With diplomatic relations now established and with i' good-will 'EQani-  fest Cilery where, Canada and the U.S.  aire: ready, I: kope, to discuss all iques^  tions of mutual coiicerai, as they  arise, cheerfully , and frankly, and in  a spirit of la?elpfulness. In so doing we^j  shall become the happiest illustration  '���������Of"what we hope civilization has in  Store for the entire -world. For* between , our two countries thei'e is no  place for distrust ;oi*.: juisgivings.  ti ������������������*, Should Lead the vy������y  Geneva^ SwlJzsei-Iaiid.���������:'^ho Uaaitea  ^llatds. ^a'andb, Gwmahy, .Tapan, Hol-  hi'nd aiad tho other alrug mnitufactvir-.  Ing or producing counti'lffl slaoaald  . Iciiid 1h<������ way In curtailing the output  of nnvcol.lofa in Hae opinion of ColoTibl  Daniel W.MftCCorjnaolv of Boston,  'o'chtiloal'.advisor of tlio Persian1 gor-  ei'naneaal-, aa o.xprossed 011 behalf, of  l^pr.-'iu bol'orii tlao Lengun'ol! Nations'  r.ocial  woirurn  tjonaaaaittaio.     ,     ,������������������,."���������������..������������������  Farmer Killed By Airplane  ; roiM.mouthi ' phlo.~-WhtMa -..jil'" ?ii:aV  asiiaiKer ixea-oplatno, jn,������at. taking of? from'  11,'now ali-norl, strtack 1 ilia farm wnpon  laort', I^ormaai Ilopklaas, 2(5, a>a-jaaoi%  vrtifi lalilix.1. Hopkins' two sonfi, CHon,  (I. und Osour, 9, who' were rJiilaag in  a^lio wnrcoit, wca*o iujurecl.  Typhoon Devastates Japan  Four Hundred Dead and Many Injured  By Tidal Wave  Tokio.���������Four hundred peafioais are  dead.. 2,300 Injured, and 700 hoaases  destroyed la Kumaniota, Island of  Klitslilu, in coaiKequenco^bc the typhoon anal tidal- waive, according to  reports lo tho JTnpaineso laoirie office*,  , In,-Faakuoka, Nagasaki, aaicl KnuEu-  gdwa" prdfectua-os '"tlioro WQi'O fow  casualties,, but a-mmorous houaos wore  laiajuatlated" and dam'agbdV  ?Wlieivr> the? typhoon; struck Tolclo  sevoi/al thousaiul houaes Iu tlao lowly Ing sec I .tons -vvero floodeal. Thirty  children waa'o injured when tlao roof  of a Bchoallioaasi* wag blown off.  IVlore Settlers For* "Lethbrid-ge  Lethbridge.���������rTheC Canada Colonization Association has b&en so sniccess-  ful in the Lethbridge district that it  has been decided to place another 25  families there this-; Fa!!. :On������ of the  present settlers hajs placed 120 acres  in sugar beets. 58 acres in potatoes  and 400 aea*es in wheat and other  small grains from which his returns  this Fall should be-close.' to" $15,000.  There aa-e eight families now woa*king  for him. ,...,.  Sittings Of Railway Commission  Ottawa.���������Tho Board of Railway  Commissioners annouaaeed the following dates for sittiaags in Western  Canada: Saskatooai, Oct. 10; Edmonton, Oct. 12; Vancouvca*. Oct. ID;  Victoria- Oct. 22; Nelson, Oct. 2-1;  Lethbrid.ge, Oct 27; Calgary, Oct, 28;  Regina, Oct. 31; ���������Brairiflbh, '' Nov. 1;  Winnipeg, Nov. !); Fort Willlaan, Nov.  5,      -  , ���������/���������:���������:/.:     ..>       ,..';���������      ';������������������-���������    ,-��������� '���������'  Scientist. Meets Death While Testing  - ; Effect Of Araaesthetio  Manchester, Eng.���������A victim of his  own' scientific zealv ifi*. Disney Ravr-  son Wilson, surgeon and anaesthetist  with a British and American reputation, ? was found dead irt his , laboratory, liis wife discovered the experi-  anenter with a mask over his face before ���������' a machine which a.daninistered  gas mixtures." ���������}" '?,.?, 1 '  It had been Dr. Wilson's great ambition to. obtain and prolong the analgesic -stale,' whicKV Is - obtained momentarily whe_nf a . persOnf;. undea/ an  anaesthetic loses feeling yet retains  consciousness.^,        '  Dry Wilson's broth&r said the doctor believed he had sufficient will  power to prevent himself fi*om losing  consciousness , coanpletely, - Colleagues  are "Of the belief thatffhbf'rijbt' death  experimenting on himself to discover  the actual effects of an anaesthetic,  whlclifit -was?his conviction Was the  only way to obtain essential.,data.  Vancouver. -��������� "If Canada is io  achieve her proper destiny as a great ���������  nation, the people of all sections of  1 the country must realize" that new  trade routes must ������e established and  hardy ney settlers, no ma*ter what  their nationality, be brought in to develop the vast wealth stored in the  ga*eat^northerii ^hintegiand." Premier  James G. Gardiner ;of Saskatchewan  {'declared. f;n an addaess bel'ore the  Canadian Chamber of . Coahmeree  Conyebtlob';'lKjre.    ;-' "' : -'���������'���������������������������-'  "All Canadians must get a vision  of -what the 20th century, has iai store '  ,|t������or,U8,rthen put/Ciair -sboaildersi to the  awheel and pushy ,pn. to the ��������� destiny  that Is purs,"; saicaV the ; Premier of  Stlskatchewan, 25 years ago a penni-  lesifj- homesteader frOaif Oaitarib, thril-  lira^fhls{200 ^dito^s'cwitk1 his picture  of-the Canada to come.. y =  "The most disconcerting question*  which can be intarpduced* into discussions, national or. International, is  tiife proposal to change trade routes,"  Premier Gaa*draer pointed out; "Solaae  of the greatest wars in history Vhavt:  been fought on that issue. I would  say to those interested in opening the  Pacific route���������and wiay should it not  be opened?���������to those interested in  opening the Hudson's Bay route, do  not expect that "those how operating  on the established trade routes are  going to rjadmit lightly that new-  routes will not operate to their disadvantage or even shouldthey do  ed ''that their opening will redound to  the national interest.  yRailway development In\ Cairtada  was a thiiag Of the;future, not of the .  past, despite the great lines already  constructed,  Ma*. Gardiner believed.  Seven-eighteenths of all wheat entering into international    trade    was  produced  in  Canada- at "the   pa*eseitt  time,' he saick    This  afteanty  he    explained,   that  the    prairie:,; provinces  with a .population of, less, than- 2^000.-  000  were   feeding  40,^00,000  in other  Countries.    Tet only one-third of the  land capable of producing grain had  been?--brought under; cultivation so "far.  When -the - great? ri-imafnlfig    open  spaces were. laopulated there'would, be  anore  than  enough  .business  to .Keep  every  port  in  the   country  busy  for  ievery month it could reanain open, he  predicted, and Vancouver, tee-free a!!  year and sole outlet for ai great producing region, would be oner of  the  greatest   commercial   centres, in, tlae  Dominion.  liisureu For Miilte  187 Persons Ini, U.S. and Canada Carry  Heavy  Policies  The Jives of 187 pei*sons residing in  Canada ancl tlie United. 'States aa*e  v������orih'"$1.00Q,000 or more each to in-  saaa*auaco coanpanies, according to it  survey naade public by the Spectator  Company, ..of New Yoaic.        ^  Kodmaax Waaiamakea*," m<wclaaait  heads tlae list with $7,500,000 in-  poHcies. Seyca*al persons inclu<lilhg  Dr, 1?. Gt;;, Biintiaig,, of ^'oa/ontq, dis-  coyoror of, insulin, are laisured for  $5,000,000 each.  ���������" .a*--a; y ;������������������/,  v Proposals To Outlaw War  New   Idea   (Presented   To   League   By  Norway   Delegate  Geneva. ��������� A "voluntaa*y uaraivcrsal  arbitration'" pact was introdaaced ai -it  sesision of ��������� the De ague of Natioaas assembly commission on dlsarnaaa-n^nfe  by "Dr. F. Naneen, of Norway. The  pact ca*eated tremendctis intei'est as a,  concrete developAvaeaat of the aaao.ve-  laaent to oaitlaw war.  The pact makes' all wnr between  signatories Impossible by alrraiaging  sottleanent by an aa*bit ratloaa hoard of  all conflicts whlcla aa*o not haLaadled by  tho World Court or are not solved by  tlae Coaancll of the Leagaae of Nationh.  Next (Vtcetlno At Edmonton  P.ailiil. .liilua, N.ll.���������Kil-moaatoat, Alta.,  'wriii cliOHoaa for tlio aaoxt miaiiaatl jaaeet-  ln^ ait Ihe c\oro of iho niaalh anntinl  isatjctlng ot thrv AsBoclatoil, Workmen",*  I'o'tnpi.niKaLion Hoaa'dsi of'tkiainala horo.  J. VSioi'llaagf of I brat cily. wriH olootocl  vlcn lil-inildenl:.  llalMMrMraiB-lMaiirWIttwrwiwrtwifW ~H|  W.    N.    U.    3 GOD  Liable To Dumping Duty  'New":Ruilra'a' On lanRortcd Api>lea Hdo  Bacn Issued  Ottn\Vtt.-~Irni>ortod apples laayo booia  de������vJ.irc(l liablo to dumplaig daaty. A  a-ullaig issauetl li������5' tho DoparUnont ������r-  NaUoiaail Ilovoaimo holds tlaaat apiilos  arci to bo constcl-orod .an oT a chisB or  khkl prodacod in Canada utiiil othor-  wl������o 'ovdorod. ,',,..  ' This nutAiiaaV 'iliat a npiftetal (or  clumping duty) In iiddltlon to iho,yok~  nlnr duty, will Im applied to laaaporlnd  apjuloa. Tlio dumping .duty will bo tho  cliffoi'enoo botwoon tlio appraise ("t  via hio nncl. the nurclMinc- pi'Ico but not  amending 1T> tior c.ont. of llu- ntr.nni.fwHl'  vahn.i.  Indian-Paleface Romance  Flee From Earthquake Area  Tourists Along Black Sea Coast  Cro-wd All Transport������ '  Moscow. ��������� ThoxiRituds of panic  stricken ton rials along tho Black Sea  coast woi'o crowding all mcaaas of  U*anBportatioia in order io escape from  tho district which has beeai shaken  by onrthrnuikes iu the past row dayH,  causing tlesith aaad -injairy Iai many  \ districts. I.nto reports from .Ynltai say  thait IS porsons havo been killed  thoro and SG8 injured. Slighter shockH  woro still contiaau Ing Ia\ tho regio 11,  the advices said., ltoliof ineaHiiros aa-o  umler way.  Royal   Brothern Arrive   Home    '  -Southampton; Kng.���������The  Prince of  I WaUift, looking  vury  hronztHL aaatl   III  and,   In,   exc������'M������nt    ������plrlt������,    atopped  anhoa*o from tlao KuaprnsH of Scotlnaad  f hea*o, ending lain  ta*lp  to^CunauUi.  llu-  This  liitlo  lady  Ih ovideivtly att.raotctil to tho   flmallV > Indian-, boy   niul  jioaiiii-pM ������������von more to the gorgooufl naid aaaaiamnnl housao he llvou Jaa���������-a typical  'Stony Imllatt Topeo. So nlao has mnntertul her ftliyn<������������w and Ih tornp'ting him KvaB'aoc������>snimnlca!, by l������i*ince "Ocorg^  with jl few candles. Tlao little Clilof is nothing Iotith t<y bo 'tempted and | T]l0 *>tay0r ������f Rnuthamp*toV������nd olhr-r  moutB Hf>r aaioa-o than halfway. This protty llldo laacldont occurraMl during tho \ clty an,| coun(y oillcluha wclconaod tlio  grosil. tiadiiiu Uuy CirU������lia*atloiiH at lint Uanti' SihIukh  Iloiol av������������*r������iiUv niul >*���������������������".,..       ...... .������      ......    ���������������,..   ,     ���������*      1 w  duly mglr.terrd by a (MMt. plioto^rnolu'i*.  i id tin- <raln to London. 1  ������H������\���������BBS,TG& BISVEBTT  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issaaae&every Friday at Ca-eston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance..  ft������t na <u-������ tyci  nn:n+^  C. F������ H-a-irss. Editor and Owner,  C/RJfiS  TONi?B.O.: FRIDAY. SEPT. 23  ���������    Pretty Bad Alright  Before proceeding to satisfy Mra,  Mallaiadaine's curiosity as to what  " ******      *-      1* , V ---  we had ia mufti iai our editcrial of  a few weeks ago when we remarked  that educational a-flfisirs at Oreston  ���������were "pretty had -.alright," -the  Review would like to compliment  her on the very frank state&eut of  case submitted  tn  her  letter  i~  st  week.  Cosain  g from  a praetonal Scot,  -ecu:.���������  wi\l  1*S*    *"%<> a*������t"t������,  %."t������S     |><M������   v**9  with considerable all aroaaaad ex per  ieaace in   eduoatioi.a  32,ailandain@3s isfctor  eularly appreciated by the teachers  who so rarely have the opportunity  of reading such corapHmeaatary  references to their effort.      And with  the average ratepayer we feel  sure  the  letter   will   be read with equatl  satisfaction.  If, when occasion -warrants it,  more ratepayers would come out  with public oomiuendation of tt\is  sort the lot of teachers aaad traiste;s  would be considerably easier.  As to the "pretty bad alright11  features of local educational effort  there aje at least three of them  that coaiie to the Review offhand,  and one of the most striking is oait  lined in last week's letter from  Geo. Nickel, the sehool district secretary, who, following aap some  show of feeli.ig at the annua! school  meeting, thought it wise to ascer  tain just exactly where the trustees  were at in regard to some demand  that the high school be discontinued,, altogether.  Remembering the very direct iai-  terest Mrs. Mallandaine must have  in the immediate advancement*,������..!"?  Creston and district, we Feel sinro  she will agree with us that things  are "pretty had alright" when  there is a dem nd to close up a  high sohool that has such excellent  standiis*-** as her letter discloses^  And then, there is the general  appearaaace of the school grounds;  disreputable is altogether too mild  a term to use in describing them  considered apart froan everything  else; and certainly tin eyesore when  looked at as a district utility backed by a total assessment that runs  close to $800,000.00.  If any of our residents with'a  rating of three quarters of a million  dollars were to let his owai residential properly get aai to thn sh&ui'eftii  state Creston school grounds are in  the Canadian vocabulary would be  woefaally lacking in sulphaarous and  every other kind of adjective to do  justice to his peaaairioaisness.  But  yet, as a community, Cres  ton   goes  on   from   year   to   year  maintaining its jaivenile   commiin  ity   centre  (one   might   almost   so  describe   it) iaa a shape tlaat   a not  r  daaplicated in aaay of oaar homes, we  nincerely trust, the latter being  maintained oaa the theory that  children's eharaoteaa are all too  often patterned i>n their eaaviron-  naetttV'aiad so far as that'homo goes  the beRt is none, too goaid.  When it.is recalled that a total  Biaaia of $1200, which would be  spent over n three year period���������  $400 per anna aa an-*- woaald gave us aa.  school groaind ilaat everyone woaild  delight iai viewing, aaad parading  to the view of our many visitors,  t.h������������ Review iunifttH ihtit things are  4 pretty bad alright'* when the  school district ivfnscH.Lo oven coaV-  hider a mi his in taxes of ono twon  liclh of one p'������a- oenL. in. the way of  school gioiliarj attractiveness, on au  par with what they hm milividuulH  insist on having rirnund their- own  homes.  A tbii-il "pnMty hurl uli-iglit*' foa  ture to afiairs educational is the  scant courtesy paid worth while  "leaohera in the way o? salaries  According to Mrs. Mallaudaine's  letter Creston has a sohool that for  last year, at any rate, has a staff  that compares favorably with the  very best, and in return" for this  outstanding service the salary increases authorized at the annual  meeting' "totalled exactly $150  gr������r������gad over four t-ssohecs in a "sfe&fF  of seven.  Principal MoLellan, who well  deserves all the tine things said of  him. was remembered with a rv&iss  ���������*    :���������'j.*.    _    ���������������:....?-,  i-,_,-   ^1 ,    .   _,_��������������������� _  tj*     jiisv   r������   tti/t/ic? less  i/uau it, uonat   a  weejs. while Miss Cowling, whose  work is also rightly commended,  :ot tha sasno consideration. But  at that they fared generously, be  cause Miss Holmes, who brought  distinction   to  Creston   for   Grade  munity like Creston insists on  this kind of conduct of educational  affairs���������and we say "insists** advisedly, because we do not believe  that a majority of this, or any previous^   school   board   caxries   on in  al of a school uniform for high  school'studen ts th������' Review can see  no *jood reason for anyone to object  to it; as a ra&ttes^of fact with the  prevailing quick change in fashions  must shortly adjust itself, and any  and   all - moves  to accomplish this  \*i   of  nfrtivii  ..4>.k������.*1������*  tr)   lia'trn 1-TTo,  rmJ*tti*Xrl\\  rt% otl  **"  fc������-  *TII ssenmaslshstv effort coi.ld  or a little less than fifty  cents   per  week.  Again let us repeat that if any  business coatcern with a rating of  $800,000.00 were to treat its em  ployees in this shabby fashion at  the end of each year���������well it would  not very long eaijoy the services of  employees of tlae merit disclosed iia  Mrs. Mailandaine*s letter.  '-.And. whether or not teachers are  plentiful aaid competition compels  them to take low salaries, the Review again insists that things are  "pretty bad alright" when a com-  TIMBERS f m etEARIfSB UHD  and some rivalry.(we are informed)  this vfa,shfoti Vif the district really (that exists in the "matter of dress,  wanted:it otherwise. tit  would  look   to ������us as if this is a. kr^_d*Lvi������?:  "Witlir Mrai;Mallandaine*s propos-I matter that Sort xjf in self defence������aide!.   * - * ^ - y.. ���������        .    -'     ~V  . ���������'   ' ���������       "- ���������  '��������� " ������. ���������'   ��������� ������������������ '  " ���������"������������������ ������������������ ���������   ���������       *     "   "'"  "   '  FobSa2.b���������1924 Superior Chevrolet  in fine raanmng order* all* tires' nearly  taaew. -It has never been'abused   by  If yoaaa want a good car  ddtddHI  I HBEBBY GlVK NOTICE THAT, on Thursday, the 6th day of Oetoher, 1927, at the hour of  1.30 iKta?. at- the Police Office, Crestoii^ B.O.j I wiU sell at public Auction the laads m the list?  after setVoutj, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set oaat.y for delinquent  tsies unpaid  by  said  persons on, the 30th dax of June,; 1927, and for penalty, cost$, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due for the. per iod ended December 31st, 1925, is not sooner paid.  LIST OF PROPERTIES  Naame oa? Person Assessed  Sealeil  tenders  will  be received by  the  tsnslerssstnfd  wp to.'noon on Sep-  teaalaer    ^)th,    1927, -  for    stumping,  ploughing ������a>d   harrowing  about  ten  ���������leres  of land known as the west faaif  of th������" Ta*oaiit������ley ranch.   5H) per cent.  <������f total  contritct price   will   be   paid  when work as well unds*r way; balance  -it copiplea Uni of contract.     All    work  must be completed-by April 35th, 1928.  HiRhest or  lowest;-tender  not aieces-  j������a ri 1 v accepted, ���������  F������������ar all other .particulars apply  H&KBEBT GVCaUISTiB,  Oreston, 8. C  y AUTO r������&f'S/OiE  For sale at aysacritice to^close ont an  estjjte. FVanklln enclosed eatr, seats  five, 6-cyiinder engine, in good condition, rubber good. Full particulars  apply F. J. OATTS, Creston.  Milk, Cream  Tr>aR Oearn  Effective Sept. 1st  Fall  and  Winter  schedule of  prices  will prevail, as follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������7 Quarts for $1.00  KOLSTEIN��������� iO*Quarts,"$i.OO  CREAM  Pint.:... 30c    &-Pint.. ��������� 15c.  reston Dairy  IR.A.COMFORT  mm*  Tbi*h������mJio%mh^Ul^choUxoimh^  everywtactnc for ducks aruod t&est.   Ad&M  iy to ao yaafds to ftbe effective range of  ���������H5W ehotgasn. Tte**s svrtlifa**? llfic it!.  Bee ua for the world'-* champiiao raaalu,  vevolvet and ahotgvin tunaaaaaiaidoo.  Ammunition  V. MAWSON  11���������  w.-  Sfeext- BescfffiBtioH. ������f fProperty  Arrears of   3aat.aaa  All Taxes     Pcaaalty  Costs aad V  Expenses '*&?&������������!*  Dewar, E������. J. ��������� =.���������:������������������....���������.......,  xmr-a-Murdock, Arciilfoaid (et al)  ....Block 1, Lot 191, Map 1507, 0.83 afcres ....  ..Blocks 1 to 14, !K>t 524, Map 1161,  1G.5G5  ' "��������� ^otsas ' V -"v-  Qulst, Oar! O.  .Fatfcel "A", Elocfe 10, Map 6s^A ......���������...-...  Map693C  ���������.���������^-Lots 17A and 19A, Map 890 ������:��������� ..  ... JLoiSaM   '.             ��������� ���������             ? -V   .,/,".   -   -   .....E'% ot 49 and 50 Block 2, Map 890 -   Winch & Morris  Eaabree, -Wtt.  Liister, Fred -  Baker, V.  ...N.W.*&  Sec. 4, 160 acres, Map -730  Hyde  .. Undivided 1-3 int. IiOt 890, 514 acres...  &Ol891 "'     *    :"  Crawford, Wm. H. ..  Mallafidaine & Hill  Wood, R.M.   .... ...Lot A, Miap 1086, 9.83 acres  :���������....   ...V ....Blocks 27 and 2S, except. RJW. B.  Cr  Southern KaliwasV and  Blocfe 3������,  Map 730A, Lot 812-120 acres    . .;. .Block 12, Sot 892, 20 acres, liap 698 J.   -. - - i   0-   .....  - '���������-'��������� ..���������:������������������:'������������������j- A'?^..   ��������� :���������'������������������'.'~:..-. .c-   i -.'    '       ;  ' : '*  ;Ii6t  ( i^^S-5*  Woodley, Isaac, (Estate)  . .....Sublot 34, 237.6 acres.   Map 231  Woodley, ISaaCi^ fStetate) .���������:. ���������.���������.SubIot 123^. 160_acres ......,...^... .:...  McLeiian, Wni. a.:-.:..���������.:_ . .....^.......und. % Jtat.. in ������������Iiocks I anci % Lot 8403,  Hughes, H. C. . . V Building on Lots 180 and 181, Lot 9539_.  Penson, E. A.    Denzo, Kamo .;.......  De Mouilpied, B. B.    Hickey, T. H.    Ryckmara, Sarah W.  ���������*    %  liOa^SlS  ������������������**.. . . .  ��������� -  ^.Parcel A of Block 5. Map 730A ',  ...Block 116.   977 acres . .. ..... ...���������L  ...Blocks 132, 133.   9.85 acres each .... ....  ...Block 5.   20.08 acres. Map 1497 '. ....  Lot 891  .Lot"O. 9.74 acres.  E, 529 acres.  Lot 892  Lot D, 4^2 ������*������  Map 911 .  11.25  51^5  16.15  12.15  9i5^5  489.32  106.96  6^30  631.88  145.90  6T.70  154.01  71.00  5IJ5  43,40  265.52  19.35  101.35  1.S6  6.32  1.99  2.17  11.91  159.75  13.96  7^6  197.72  18.91  21^4  BJB3  SQJ5&  12.28  &&4  653  94^6  254  16.63  12.75  .12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  JL3.75  -13i7������  12.75  15.75  13.75,  25.36  r-   *  30.89  27.07  121.31  662.82  134.67  82.91  843.35  178.56  * 'S'Bfl^  13.75  13.75  ���������'' aw^-p-v  13.75  IS.TfS  13.75  1S.7JS  13.75  13.75  204.49  88.08  *KM> IM  97.03  74J4  63.38  373.63  3554  131.73  Sherwood,  John  Palmer, Mrs.  Davies, Thos.  L~< w.. . . Block 16, 39.0 acres,; Map 698 .���������.:.   A.- . ....Block 22.   40X) acres' . 1 .^ ."  W   ^Parcel  A,  Block  139.   10^4  acares.   Lot  9427    , ��������� M  ..��������� . .-'-���������'.  Anderson, Thos. M.'2. .. . ...... Sublot 4,    Lot   4598-,   96.6   acres.   Map  ������ X31 -.. i . . ...  Gilbert, W. S :..'. .... ....... Block 181, Lot 812.   9.18 acres.   Map 921  Constable, Gay ;...l���������.:���������r............ .........That part of Parcel B of Block 2.- East  of Oovernment Road, 15.0 acres of  Lot 892, Map 698A    192.80  6250  3053  9.79  13.75  13.75  236.88  85.74  32.40  5.10  13.75  5155  81.7������>  83.97  24.10  .2955  13.75  13.75  119.57  126.97  5152  8.15  13.75  73.23  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 22nd day of August 1927.  W. J. STURGEON,  Provincial Collector.  T������.#  BI^TTISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Provisice of ^Ve^tern Ganada  TO THE END OP DECEMBER, 1926  Has prodaioed Minerals aa follows:    Placer Gold, $7fl,018,948;      Lode Gold, #126,072,318,  Silver, $80,7*87,003;    Lead, $10(3,976,442;   Copper $209,90,7,068;     Zirio, 050,512,557;     Coal  and Coke, $264,099,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,176,407; making: its mineral protraction to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production������year ending December,1926, $67,188,842  The Mininpc Lawn of'this Province aro moro liberal and the f������es lower than those o-������  asiy other Province Sn tho Dominion, or tiny colony in tlao British Empire,  Minora! location** are ftivatitod 8.6 diaoovei*c*a*n for nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by.developing such properties, the seourity of whioh is  guaranteed by. Crown Rratits.  ' F������ll information. togother^witSj MauSaig'TlcporLa arid Maps, .may bb obtalaiod gratia hy  addreafliaig���������-"  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Fr/ii tlciilly aall British OolurrabGa Mineral FaopuatU-s upran which dovclopVnont work linn boen done  are doMcrilautl In uomo ono of lh<������ Annual Itonoate of Use Mini������tca* of Mines; Thone <uin������l ale ring ualninjar  aaavoHtinoutfi hIiouM rofni: to naicla ronryrtH. Thoy urn iivallabln wlthnnt ohar^e on Jinpllcutlon tn tho Do-  pm-t im-ait r> Mines, Victoria, B.C. Reports of tho Geological Survey of Oumulin, Winch Baalliling. Van-  CfHivaaa*. aa*i������ rt-comnacntletl as valiaiiblo Hoaarcott of Infoi-niittlnn,  0        1-tepoi'tia cnvei-ingetuth of tlae Wlx Madcrnl Murvey Ultatricts tiro publlahcd ������ac*paratoty^ and, are.avail  able on application. m&  &**&&*������*?&  ������/*���������"  *'���������  .-#.���������  I wish to  tion " to all.  express assy appreoja-  whb have co operated  S4.v������������s    s������������s������?s*������  *sS;   -tftssfi?bls   t������  Drove tha merits of Chiropractic in  Creston aud community.  Without   yous*   cp operation   it  would  be Msspossiible' to  render &  service   through  .Chiropractic   to  these Buffering sfresa  physical de  Sects and dsssass.  As a result Q? your willingness  to try Chiropractic its merits have  been proven locally to those who  were a bit more skeptical and  ss&sy * of *)������y* Isa^e s!so taken  Adjustments and derived benefit  through Chiropractic.  They ar������ thankful to sw>o.   How*  early this, .month to Howard McGo-  sbasa, formerly manager lor the  Crystal Dairy at Sranbrsksk. .  "Wwrh. Is ������wll a*css������f *>& . the new  bridge at the esmetry. The new  structure has been g������iit in ata bigner  s'sv^tloss which ���������H! do away with the  grades at either end, and will -aspsdite  tne Maul of ties and lumber ffrdm ih������*  Fu&nasn. Palais;* & Staples. Ismst������5-  sawtnill It will necessitate an outS$i"r  in the wsilghborhccd of S1GC0.   _      ' <  assy  ������  ever. Set  ������������*-  us  iivv Jitfg&ii   v::sv-   M!  of our friends are suffering r������  lessly because they do not know  what Chiropractic oan do, -They  will thank yoa for tellinj? ihess. ?  Spinal Analysis Free.  9XTS9 MS  *.  in aiddltsora to it- b^Ing an exception  **        tl'~s   villagers   should   *ee  ilfeo tfire Brigaide" at the Grar$d tonight and Saturday night in order to  help along Cresfon*s fire fighters.  Aftirr the running expenses are met  the Grand gives half the profits nn the  three shows to -Creeiott uio lu-l^&ue.  There will be a special matinee on  Saturday at 2 p.m.  W, H. Crawford was a Sundoy visi-  tor at Bonners Ferry, going ib&t far  with Geo. Huscroft, sr., who bars returned to bis home in Florida, after  an extended holiday visit in the "Valley. Farmers on ibe uykr** Sands a������  Sosssseis' ��������� wsil?}P������3?tl8lll :b*&V3* sssfiPered  very little damugo to grain ct-ops, peas  accounting for a. loss that will not run  Mini:15 per ������enfc.  ���������somewhat unfavorable harvesting  weather that bias prevailed the i&Zt  grain. crop will be one of^fefe������ biggett  Sn   tiia- hiolAMr   *������f   Mmj-������?Qsfr._ wit.ti 'Al?  bsr&t rassEias she best sfe-2?vins v? -"������  .Acoordinir vto Mr& Staples this year's  tobacco crop in tbe, -Okanagan will be  vre& over one tu'SUo^ pcs2*sdg, -  Ins eranneetfcur with the flfld day the  trustees of the (Confederation Jubilee  Fund are putting on at the fair, Friday, Sept. SOthi it is announced that a  ticket worth 20 cents will be given all  in  TSsese will he taken at  any booth on tbe ground. Tickets for  pupils of schools other than Oreston  and SSrSckson will be given to the  teachers on������the grounds. Teachers  are asked to advise the committee as  to bow many tickets they are ikkvly to  need. ..a  pupils Attes^Sssg aay public' school  tbe Valley.  g^%MW^  iMammJei  -af^llf  rVt,  ?*  ���������tltf*****0**'*  frayttjHrLas^  PALMER  GHm&pRApt&&  Hans the cause of disease removed  The Liberals of Creston Kidifajff are  having their ndjonrhed notiiinatihg  convention at Nelson this {Thursday)  evening. Creston liberals Vast -a sneei-  ing on Saturday night elected delegates to attend tbe conference^  Village ��������� treasurer W. O. T"aylor respectfully reminds that on October 1st  a further penalty of 10 per cent, is  added to all 1827 taxes unpaid. As  tbe 30th is a half holiday dues must be  ���������is by sstsjis sti ;ifea������ Say W avoid penalty. ?.-. _. }.. ::'}:' 1 ...  Mrs. G. P. Smith, wife of tbe former  principal of Creston public a^chobS, was  a guest off Mra. Watcher fwm Thursday to Sunday, leturning to bear borne  at Clyde, Alberta, after��������� spending the  suras-star at Sityerton and other Slocan  ' points. - .  At tbC^Septemb^r meeting of Creston Board of Trade last Tuesday si  -resolution was y. drafted and Oaa>dered  forw&a ded the sainister of public works  asking tbat an Hpssr-iipriation be cr.ade  in tbe 1928 estimates for the cehsts-uc-  tion of tbe north and south highway  via the K. V. right of way. '���������������������������  Bobt. Baird.of Victoria, provincial  inspector of mnnicipalitiea was mrai  isn an official visit at the first of the  week. This is his first call since Cres  ton was incorporated and he compli  mented the clerk and commissioners  yon ..the. .veijTV b^sinassHke/ Wfty affairs  have been, conducted to date.  f In order to give freight service that  "Will enable Crestoia fruit celling agencies better connection with through  freights eaetbound out of Cranbrook,  .. tbe yaard crew at Sipdar on Sunday  night commenced work at 0 p.m., in  "Stead of midnight as has been the rule  the past three or four years,  Frieuuti of SS.iss Mcrjorio Gcr^ssc,  w>io was vice-principal of Creston  sohool September December, 1025, will  be interested in hearing of her marriage which, took place at Vancouver  There will be a practice  game On the fair grounds on Saturday  afternoon, 24tb, &b 2 o'clock, wb^Q .the  public school team will play against  an even eleven from the first year  high school students. The public  school tea ������s will r probably be as foi  lowss Forwards���������H. ���������3snsllngs A, Miller, S. Spiers. R;y Miller* J. Payne.  Half backs, George Murrell, M. Irving,  Dickson. Full backs. EL, Christie, W.  Bayle. Goal, Jack Young or C. McDonald.  Sealed tondeam addressed to the undersigned will be renal ved up &ill Fridays Senteanube.r 30th. 1037, for the  supply of wood for Crestbsaf Schools, as  fGliq-^s:. '^'isoi'ds 4-ioc&fir.or? tarsaratc;  0 cords 20 inch fir? or: tamracj 4 cords  16-inch fir oa? tomrac. Half to be delivered by Daacember 1st, 1827, and  baiunce not biter than Janunry ^IR,������  1028.    Lowest or any tender not neces 1  sarily accepted,  retary, Creston.  Misu. niUESu, Sec-  GIRL'S STOMACH  "X had indigestion so bad I was  afraid te eat even rice. * Adletfka has  done me eo nia<*h good that now I eat  anythsng."-^Ardenia Howaird.? Adter-  ika relieves stnmaoh gas and "sourness  in TES? minutes. Acting on BOTH  upper and lower bowel, it removes old  waste .matter you never thought Waas  in your system. l>t Adlerika give  your stomach and bowels -a REAL  cleansing and sep how much  better  I you   will  feel, fit will surprise youi  Creston Drug & Book "Store.  R. B. Staples, aisles manager for  Sales Service* .Orttit^d, was here at  the end of the -safeek, after a swing  azound the wholesale ceretres at all  prairie poiaote.  CHEVROLliT takes conditions as ihey   i -5������sa@ * a ���������   rssid overcomes themV  Hough rearas Iss?s ���������5&*sv?������fet *Maeommxered.  Evan -where no ro&d esi-stccL, Che?r@l���������t hss  -Ftill provided +?flnsportatien. Chevrolet  Fishes- bodies <are strong sts theyare beaoti-  ������ul; aud the Chevrolet eixgine is a������ ragged  -agit is^ ssaoothly p&vestaL Chevrolet is  built to endure*     v  The ^uslity which gives Chevrolet -assch etanaeh  desacndabillty is the same quality which gives  Chevrolet the lowest eg^aeep ss^s. st&^smmott  eosts is tile world. And this���������the most amaainK  Quality to Chevrolet History is now available at  acWj, lower prices, the lowest -for which Chevi?.  roict haS Bv-er bsca sold ia Cassada,  I^t^������^ Chevrolet dealer dsa^astrsta Chevrolet  yp������gf������**fasaSM5*,     ���������  ii  l!  5  -  NEW XOW PRICES  __   ��������� -���������-'������.   ���������   ������ ^S4S ��������� ??Se������laia?������? o   e. e   ������f:=|^S50  i%otii3xbe?'-   ��������� '���������"'���������'   ������   ������   <S4S     Lundam Scdsattt   ��������� ��������� ���������������   ��������� 915  Sport Roadster . ���������..   ������   720     l^^ 9������  C^amc      *   e   ������   ������   ���������   765      IrTon Traack Chaeaaa - o3S*  Oabriolet ���������   ���������   ���������   ��������� ' ���������   875     Eto������&g*f f>c^very -    ��������� 64S  Ccs������h ������  -������   ���������   ���������   ������   ���������������   730     Ct*amasaeftcia8 Qmisn3*a    - 48$  Prices e& Factory, Cs&ams, <kstes*>^Ccvef*fseta Taxes Bxtm  Premier e-Garage 9 "^  Watch for Our Announcement  Next Week  ftpA-afS'l'An  5 sS SS^S 9 ���������������������������5  ���������yjg-sgogg-Bsg^  SS!  m&gkmfm-  it.j*0&y*,'mm*i*mt  Palmer Sk Maxwe'l  KOOTENAY GARAGE, ~Cranbrook  g-^OaJUCT OF <^NBRAL M&KGRS OF CAJWAPA, LJaMTTEP  at  &yW&*������**������+SLJS gTMa.*aaa>-a-   aw  VtnofGivee Girl Appetite  and Strength  , mwmmmmm+mmmmm \. '  **������ty 10 year*o1d daughter was weak  and bad no appetite. 'Since giving  her' Vinol, she has an amusing appetite mad strength.".���������Mrs. W. Joosten.  1'ho very FlllST week they take  Vinol, children begin to feel stro>nger������  rent and sleep better* A simple etarong  tbening iron and cod liver componnd  In use for over 25 yours for run-down  men and women and weak children.  Creston Drug it Book Store.  educed Price:  Not only Circulates Heat aii over ihe House���������shedding forth a Cheery Glow that speak*,  of Cosiness and Comfort  Imagine a heater that you can ait beside atid enjoy the warmth that radiates from, it���������-a heater that  circulates warm air all over the house���������a -heater that  glows with the cheery brightness of a coal fire! Such  is the new McClary "Radiant" Heater���������rthe heater  that combines all these advantages���������that is handsomely designed���������an ornament to any room���������and exceptionally low in price.    Heats three to fonr rooms.  Ethyl Gas-  ��������� -45c. gal.  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  ftCflVICtat ON ANYTHING O^EI-tJlTeB ������V OAUOUNC  ������  Corporation of the Village of Creston  OF LANDS FOR ARREARS OF TAXES  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE tliat on THUB8DAY, tho SI3ITH ������AY ot OOTOBEK, 1927. at the  hour of Ten o'clock s������ni.������ at tho Municipal Baa������i4Jn|i,' i*t Cwiatotp, B. CL, I ehall offer for ������������l������* h%, anuMio nuotion  tho laaad hereunder ������et out of the persons in tho liat horinnftor not out. for tho delinquent tsxera unpaid by  aaid poreonB on the Sixth day of Ootobor 1027. and foi- iia to rent ooata and oxponaoH, including tho coot of  advortieina aaid aale, if tho total amonnt due for puriod eiidiiim Ootobor 6th, 1027, ia not sooner paid. List  of propertied ia ao follows:  TaxMltm. ' Pnlty  Arcbtbuld Bum Miirttock, Plan 110L  Block* 1 to 11* Lot 52!, act^e, 1K.885.010.02       82.85  10r20  vm  .m  IttU-t^st.    AJvt������.   OUurCccto.     Total  ������2l.8ft      $10.71       $21.28      ������5.05      93.B0       ifi.20       tOT.44  Save Money  It is not always easy to save bat  those who do save prosper. As '%%  Halts niMOJt������y is.acessiii^ilatcd it dh&fald  be placed in a Savings Bank account  where interest will be paid and tlie  principal sum be secure. There is  a Savings Bank I>cpiir������sEicE&a������wery  branch of this'Bank* ���������������  I1WIP1?flLlJii.l < ' IliikMi^  Creston, B.O., 8a������pt.. 20, 1027*  W, O. TAYLOIt, Oolleeton  *%Wm MJLSkN,  mTmmmmsmmwmmAmmmiimw  CRESTON BRANCH*  ssssmmmmmm'u*  M*S****Jmm^to^JS*  m*mSmSSS*Vp  mmm*m**mmm**m  CWtWIM  cpS -ft ___,____. TO  *y.������������������ ���������  * ���������  "  **���������    mm*  ,#k    .jm**  fir sr&tts sLtyLu  *s*m r  lUQ       JjT^dL     jl ____|____y|_____|������____________& ______i___^________,        ^A|L  *%*  (Mmw mm*       ' m j i  i^~^Hra-������igs  '.!^ir<i������^k'r-*viH,  s?r.ir  s-,,..���������  :ciM*(3gtfc^  ���������.,���������'���������.'������������������.  rVaP^  fP^c^eMcrfyf'  K@m&  Clean to'.htmfUe^Wj^l^fiy aU  G������iirai;'-jSt0*  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY I  mp/tt. arv  ~ in ��������� ���������  !"*������.������������������-   1:%*'  s>.> .y  Air Base In Near East  :-3.-g������'v;5V"'  ^r^^^lartsiabg   One   At   MaBta   To  -???:���������f^|';P'if"������tecit" Suez Canal  , J-h0,,*������rltssh a;lr ministry is saifl to  be|_ planning development? yof a great  -yS    fjl*, ���������>.>=������**  air. base at .Mal*^Vwhich^*wilV'''^33ain-  ate   thtg .K&ster'h "-Mediterranean! farad  Suez  yEJfcypt?  :aiid? f;#be  The  AibOi'Ui  4  honey    harvest    of.. Southern  is expected to runto 300 tons,  rorth about ?100,S)!)0., , y .  y  A remarkable and i acre a sing demand for Canadian, food products iu  Great Britain is reported*'.?by -Major  ,i'.; 13. johnsoii, .Canadian Govermueixt  trade eoananissioner for Glasgow. * .  ^Canada's net debt decreased by  $63,789,157 during- the first five months  of the present fiscal year which opened on April 1, according to the monthly financial^ statement issued by xhe  Departoient pf__ Finance.? V.    V  -f : .  -A total of 543 commercial vessels  passed through the Panama Canal  during the month of August, this being a new record. The previous record was, 509 transits, anade in ..July,  1927. ���������..������������������'.  ' All   the  inhabitants of Turkey," sn-  eiuding foreigaaei*s, are to be confined  will -feitot&ct  CS-ojil-'-^'l^  This' 'alsioVifs, ; regarded_.' as:j"aypr ������caution in y\4i^..:-}oty^T^mi0 Mussolini*  a|^~__Of developing a great military  8Lb^|3ita^*tebaSe^ at Rhodes. ?f  iK^'f:,, .;*yEy - j  y-^y^AS0^<i learned that the Nizam  of'^yd?e*^bad, who is one of the greatest |e^|it^idependent native princes,  isi^^tji|^g: to establish an atr service  'berV^c^^gVme^of the leadingyffam-  iili^Vl^-Vketl'^^iiie^ air   wotrlc  iu  i.d3ttglrtj\nd, - White*' 1$. course, thej ser-  _ yieeTwilfyybt3.~������aid. for-, out of the? rev-  ;,e^es,>,of:>tEe;:::Ni2^in,.y it "will bej co-  I ���������^*d������na.ted with the; imperial service  r| in India..-.-'.--. ���������- ������������������ - ������������������.,_���������.'���������. ��������� a 11 -V  *������ -r  l������y som-etibnes the tea you  airfe u&in.jr does tto<J-,->*tast������v.xas-:  ^ood--^-a^wiij^swsed' to-���������-just see*  what ������������������ ki^d-^l-via- package it is*  in. M~iNo^^t^ah'itees' are taken  with RedVlfcose, It is packed  lip. CC1&S0& jbi-ight Aluniinurn.  *V���������V... -J ���������:.}.,.- h-.'. -..   ?-V.   .-"-'���������-.-. ���������'   '   ���������        . n*tr*  "r .l-iyt'SSlr���������>���������>-. ^Wf.iA^^ivv-:1.---.''.1-.';      -...-..r    7 ...   :: ���������?������������������-���������.. "������.*:-*  .yi?;:fDefi^s%?-^ipine Climbers  Mount   r������o*"*^6������y*!s   Still ; Victor^ Oyer  }'.'���������   '^Ai&x'f  -^iVipiuntaineera    ,-;--,;;.,v,v ���������.,,.;,  MountTltoba^'av giant  peal**,   ot the  'Gahadian Rockies, this year., lias tatru-  JIISS0N  \  THit^ARIiY KIWGS? OF fSRAEL.>-?V  ;  G6ldensText:?v*!Jehovahfhath established.hii3"sthr.tane.iny.thv ,heav.ens;.,<and'  *iid:*������u6vvut.,jLa>v.iw.^,r.er-.-o.U. ���������i^saUu  evb'tioaibl'Read.ingl Psaliai lOSily^'  y yAiRpylew^By^lVI^an^ Of Allusions,  i an the-fuliTibssa of-^ Ejpirit Nathan  . spol^,toiPa*v^d,>and? sofiia^ a hundred  -voices (3od> Un;ouRh-f������ba't'''coadiv coaif-  ; paiay bf the prdpliet: still ?speaks; td^us;  edJ back every party oi? Alpiaidstg?whU| aaad ;c6iiviri6e^ iw!'bf:"paajir sin* and ibe'  rrart-rg^vrca^ggg-  ������r������:     ������w������  iantf  On Canadian Wheat  Notice1-   OfVJpct-ea'se.'   Has   Beetl   Re-  -��������������������������� c<5'ved .AtVpttawa  "Pa-ance has increased the tariff on  Caaiad'iatiy.wiiiia'fr from 1*0  ceiatsyto  27.  j ceaitsV' appro^ -bushtiii.- ac-,  i cording:' t-o ,6-01cial    advices    received  from the Canadian "Trade C'ommis-  ; sio^ner in Paris. The' higher'- a*ate  | eotness-; liatoy ^ifect'- iwamediately.   j j  !     "While Caxalida's e-tcpert of -vvh'eat to;  IsPrance   has  fluctuatedfffjronx   jrear  to'  5 ear, the present change on the basis  f of last; j year's expert of 4,155,867" baash-  ?els will ua.ean aat increase in thfs total  ; French duty collecyted on Canadiaai  j wheat, "of nearly ?2SCr,000- I. - ? --  I     Canada, ainder the. 1922 treayty be  have attemptfed to scaliy^it. Two to-}  cent5 atteinpts -wei*e aaaade by members or? y-they--Seattle Mountaineers'  Club, but theydt.oo met with _failurOv.-.;y  A driving rain and low--lying clouds  we^e^e^^ by t he c_*liaa\bers v on  tlM^^daibilriyti^'^sfeent -^oo3ft.>fctio '^alley lloor. At high altitude thoy rata  into ;; sleet ;-.and-: then, .wheii ,the  weattier *i.eared,ythey waded waist-,  deep thi-OlisliV.. Show. Finully,' When'  ���������success seemed.Vaimost. ce.rtfiln, tiiey  brought vip agalaast a huge r. icecHK  blo.ckialr tbe, only possible approach  'to ihfejsuuunH._.t'. }[}[[ .1" :y  The clirt is 100'-.feet high aud almost  perpendietilar. 'fhe climbers aaid they  wcmicl try again next year. ".-'     .���������.-���������-  ,��������� the,',.-..evil-  raphitts-,,,.������roin,;.,the  His pa'eseaTco.-^-Dean' Stanley.', /.,   ^  ;   I dare hotflaopeswith -0avid?s;harp  ��������� i.\J      \.tti\.o\S  ;tr.o;ubl^d^ breagtj���������^eble,  f   We thihlc of prayer J^or^ otiaers lap 'n,  ;-I������riyIlege, but lie regard eU"   it "fas    a  diaty;. .not- to? pray, fon his -pSople was  *tp?laian;,a- sjia?., -_ ;y:v;.y -,.���������.,-:-,-_. ,i?   *...--,.  "Latest born, of .Jesse's trace;*    - ?' v  -.Wopder liglats thy^ bashful face,      .  ..While the pronhet's gifted oil  Seals' tlaee fc^ ^ pathfbf toihr    r *:-'_.  ., "Beeause you ,cannot gain,   ','_"'    f   V  ..... V' A.. Wjondi-ous *\Vaterioo''" .''"'"''"'"'  In life's great battleV why remaiitt  u       XJnaa-naed With foes in:-vife'*w?-^--"'-  Be not afraidV like; tfevidV "t^ke; y^ouj*-  R?UBBEDoiiv  ^ia..r._]p:at,.atirjd'-  does two things at ������q*noa������: s.y.-,. .,'���������  '.'>-W---'*i'  U-}-i& is ������������������vapoTpBsd.'l'ii^f.^e,'  body heat and: inht^l^^ure<^ to  the inflamed air passages, and-  i - -/ (2) ^It e>8tiamulat*es; >1Jhe i i-HlsSjis:  like an old-fashioned poialtice  ���������and ''dra^ifdut^^the -sbreness%'?-  .-.*���������  riffce ror Garnet witeafc  New'Variety'.-Is driving a Good Account  Of Jtself Thi& Year  _ "���������Gaiynet >yheat is giving a good account of itself this year," said L.. H-  Newnaap, Dominion ceres list. ; "The  first carload ? of wheat delivered on  western raiivray lines; this" year was  Garnet," he declared, "and I am  pleased to hear that the Demonstration^ Farrn at . Raynacnd cut Garnet  wheat cstiaiiatedfto run. 40 biashels :t_6  the acre, two weeks earlier; than, the  to  their homes for an entire.day ou. j tweea^the two,  "countries,    enjoys    a  October 28, according to official regu- j minimuna tariff aaad most favored na-  lations   issued  ac   Constantinople, lax- - tions' treatment on exports to France j average  cuttijag." Mr. Newman  made  ing- that date for 4l^jriational, census, j an'd^the._ increase, now put into effect 'it plain' "that,' "aithougli he'li^" cssfrried'  The beam wireless "service ^to Indfalis ;dng' to-the raising ^Of the minimum  has been opened to public traffla>Tiieyj tariff?rate to all countries by :france.  Government.program of T923 for link-j _.,-. \aa':,S\: ?'--. f"V:y V  Ing up the British Empire by wireless1  is now complete, beam communication f  to- Canada, Australia an^South-Africaa-  being already in opsratibh. -   ���������    ;  ^v^^I-t-s! ts3 reported^that- Japaiiese diver^.  K    at;    Sobastopo!,    Crimea,    who    were \  |    searching for a half-a-million sterling  |     ir^ic^ ?2,SOO.OO(>) abferd the^ritishf: =  f     craii^ies| Clack- iPrince^frhave   discoyer-  ;���������    ed^Jthefnrst-.gold coin.VTlte-coiia. bears  the inscription cf George III. and. the  I     date 3S21.  | It as expected that within six weeks  it will be kaiown  whether  or not  oil  :     in comiaaer^ialvciuantijies i^to be add-,  [     ed to Noi*tb4rja %^*a;l'i<>t? inventory ;6f  wealth, for by  that tiane tests  which  tlae  provincial  Government has^beeii.  conducting  in  the   Mattagami   Valley  will be completed and a report vapoaa  )     thean  mada.^yT.}:      ^..vV^V   .    .      ,  Tt is usually vsafo. to^say that when  a child ir* pale, sickly;.peevish and  a-ostless, the cause is worms. Tliese  parasifcs a^angn the stomach and in-  tostiaaes, caXttsing ser'lotti3 disorders of  tlae digestion aaad pa*evenl.ing the iai-  fnnt fa-oaaa deriving saastenatace from  rood. Miller's Wprna Powders, by  destroying the woraaas, coa'rect those,  fajalts. of., tiae digestion aind serve to  res toi:6 ; the :.:ox;gaias vto filial thy action.y  ?;.-;- ";:f-      A*   V   ?   ::   :;?  ;,���������;.-  ".���������������#��������� ,. J;     ._.  ?y-; ,..^plara;eB Rteplacing:? Dogs j-;';,, '"������������������>>  \Vith "aercplaaaes "coming iaito"r-'us3e'  all over Alaska for freight -transnor-  tavtloai, dogs are being used" less staid  less oaa the traiU's. Coaa&eciuently, there  Is an!'' oyer-supply, '.and. hundreds of;-  haarf'Tcl'f'.s, 'abaaulcaned,-��������� have) reverted to  tho wild state aaad ..are becoaailng the  anost dangerous kind of iaaaa-audors.  on the closiaag experiments wnich resulted in the production of Garnet,  he was not making undue claims for  it. He is still very strong ffc-r Marquis as the .standard wheat,_��������� but*..believes there Is kn*important places -for  the earlier-maturing Garnet.  And do some humble part' in conquer-  ���������'Jng.^-JuIiai:H^JMaiyV -r-  ���������������������������'���������" ?'(- ^���������?i'^?>^-  'Artdiais. next sori^ tor wealth*'and wis-  dwh ftirned;1       ���������'������������������>-'-.*   ;���������' ..���������a.--a  ::-,-;.;,,,,;���������  The clouded arlc of God, till then tn  Wandeaing, slaall in a glorious temple  . eushrine.-^-lNlXltoh. '  If I -aan: oaily an instrument. of gath-  eriaag. .-material's .and' another shall  "builu the house, 5 t ratst any joy will be  none the' 'less.���������-William Carey?     ?     i  His' life is th e tfaged y of a nian  capable of nobiiity of character -atid  of ga-eat ^erylce, who gave loose reins  to his "eviE temper till his"ohl^'*ambi-  tion %vas to hunt .and kill ���������'a i������artridg<s  oai a mbuntain."  * ! v>.  ,: It seems an almost impossible state  off self-deception which could let;him  ilare out. in,indignant .virtue' agaiaist  the'stippo^ed^cnlprit; and- never once  dream that the case could apply to1  himself.���������Hugh Black.  ^y VA'^iem: i& m}  Naming Mountain Peaks      fV  I Mbajait* Stanley"  Baiawirifr lis    Named  -,; ���������������������������'*:i'After'B'ritish-Prenaier?-'1?-' '^?;  Rigiat Hon. Stanley B^idwlii^. name  ia to be perpetuated In Canada by a  anountain  peak  called  after  him.  Thd-figeo^riiphy ^pgrdj^has J*ct0d on  a, S"4g"ges|,ioii. ,of the-f Britisl^^Cplumjfeia.  Government5 aaid a'p^alt iri! tifae VEtb^ky'  ies ih-that province with ait ialtitudo  of 10,900 feet is to be called Mount  ey  Baldwin."'" It is  Visible' frbiric  Rub It fn For Lame Back.���������A brislc  rubbing with Dr. Thomas' Ecleetric  Oil will relieve .lame bapk. The skin-  Will imanediateiy ���������ab������$orbf" the oil and  It will penetrate the tissues and bring  speedy'relief. Try it and be coa-  Vincedy As the liniment sinks in, the  pain comes out and there are ampl^  grounds for Saying that it is an ex--  cellent article.  t_he; ;railway������. tihraugh -.. the^fTeJilosf,. Heaiil  PassV'***"' ^^  'a   ^Ztete  ���������&-&%*W**&  ��������� - ..  ,.    .,...., ^,......  Other  peaks in  the  same   Cariboo  range  are to be  haiued  the  Premier  Group afteir  Sir Wilfrid tJtixxter, Sir  John, TliQiiipson, .Sir John Abbott and.  Rt. HonfMackerizie BoWell. The ifiaai-  rier Peak,^^11,750 ,feet is the highest.  Previoaisly,  inoaintaihs    were    named  after Sir ?J61an A. M^cdonald^ Alexan-  derr MacKensiiae,   Sir   Ghai'les^; Tupper  and Sir Robert Borden.  aau,  '^Q^JMci^'"'  Are C^uttin^  During the baby's teething time, iaa tho  hot .summer months* the bowels-become^  lqbs^^n<^')(llai?li^iFie- idyB<5a*tQTyf i^coli-p,--;  crariipaf fahd* dthcsrj bqnjfel |cbih|ilaain!fcfi?y  mhnafest thlemselvcs; tK'd, giaia&;:beq:bmfe'  Bv?ol3enV cankei-s form rafihe raoaathi and  in many cases the child wastes to a  ���������shadow, and very?6ftorasttyae termination ���������  is fatal. '     *���������������������������'��������� ^ ��������� y y  This ia the time wh!iin the thbthcr  should use "Dr. Fqwler>/Vjan<sL perhaps, save the baby's Inez *'     -     ��������� '   '  Ib haa been on tho market for the  VtJ_yow.,-.W,o_sig^3s .^ar^.Eor.^ patients. -;  -} iEiigiit f !^6ti^an*Vti6spiijiJs?f ������������������.��������� in the  Uhited. Sfates and" Canada- take care  of 12,000,000.patients a year or abctat  525,000 a day. It, is estimated five  billion dollars are invested in the hospital property and in the opinioia of"!'  Dr. B. S. Gilmore, head of the American Hospital Association, it now is  tll&gracS'fa^  75.;year,s ,of age.    Unfortunately mawiy  ipea%c^S*^spena more or. less reluctantly  obliged to in  spite of what hospitals  can .do-forgthew.     ^ fe   ���������        ^"-fi;      I   .  ;'���������;'" Just' What "HeVV^antb^; '|'  f  'A story is related of ah old tenant  fai*mer, who, on paying his rent,* told  hiis l*andlord that- he waxtted some timber to build? a house,- and would  bo  ahuch  obli ge d : if  he would  give  him  -permission to "cut; do wn -what would  answer for fhei purpose. - ;   '-��������� --  * u'J$o!"-said the landld^a. sharply:'������������������ -  "Well, then, sir," ~the  farmer went  on,'"willyyou give me enougU t& build  ;a43arn-?"f   ;.-?-.:   a^-.-S   *....l      . ...y ��������� ~,;,.}f  V-.^IO.'^?-^-   (y;;-:;-,  ^J,-.,    ���������.).,...'-,;'..-iWi  :VTo make a gate,: then?"    ^  '"��������������������������� "Yes.". ���������':-...   .... "-..   . V -. .   .... = ......i,,.,. "  "That's all    I    wanted," .. said    the  farmer^ '-'and more than I expected.'-  **������, ���������    ' ���������"���������^������������������ -, ������������������.,.-,  It keeps  in ifiev  Opeaedi  Ti  in ���������  past 80 years: put up only by Tho T  lilburn Co., Lamatcd?, Toronto, Ont.  \  One-Piece  Frock  liniisuh-lly.-sanart: la - this anopsia  one-piece fa'bek Of plbndei'iiKiiag Ifrtas.  .Contna^tliag anaterial anay he ettec-  tively used for tin? front panel, vos-  t-,eo, shield, long collar, sand facings qia  tho.*������dart-ftttoi!i or Iooho .sleeves. : An  inverted ]a3 a it, at. each side .seani .'provides for the necessary fulasess,, and  the aaaa-i'ow belt faHleraH with a buckle.  No. iO'M is in sizes Jits 39,-30, -12, '44  mad -Hi laaches bust. Slx.o 3S a-onnires  31,6 ysu*dtt^:{!)-lnfh. or 2%. yards* S?l-  iaipla m.atea*lnl Cor >il\fi dross, and %  yard HO-laach for collar/vostrtr-,-shield,  paaaol nnd nleovw faclaagfl, Price 20  cents the prat torn.       ,  ,  Our Fashion Book, Illustrating the  iaiiwe������r. unci aaaopt, practical p'tyIen, will  bo of Int-ornsfc to every labaaie ah'ess-  .anaker. Price of tho boolf :I0 cents  tho copy.  It isn't the cost oiV living that wor-  a*ies the man behind tho bars.  backache.  iMiraafrd'r^ 'L^ia*jlmeNt:Vr,?H'?ves :b������tc  Air Patrol Govei'3 Large Area1.;  ,y--^PPiFp.x������.'mately._i lj3.r>,_0.op,000. acres | of,  forest land, in-, the provinces of On-  ituio, Rifanitoba, and "Alberta were under' at' iyslioria, of aerial protection Alar-  iaig 192G. y  Gara-ett: "Do yoai thlaak a ta-avolling  man can go to Heaven?" ;  Mitchell: "Not. if tiae Kecordiug  Angel iiuclits their expense accounts!"  *hTT"rt^T|  Mi hard's   soothes ! and"-'"reduces  '   the inflammation.     Keep  it on  hand  for  sprains,  bi*uises, an^  .,.-;.fle.si-i. wotinds.,;^ V,'    ,;.   V.^'.'^  Wmmmmi  Giant Icebergs :     y  ,, Giant icebergs,��������� 400 feet,high and  eight miles in extent, 'wene recently  sighted By the master of tho British  Steamer Matatua,. bound from New  Zeailand to Montevideo.  w To Order Patterns   ~  Winnipeg Newspaper Union.  MeDairaaaot  Avo.,  VVinnlpog  Size....,.,  (.,. Oaio day's o^ercise '.with a"~"yvo*it\  saV' 'ia'.wor'tlV ���������tSyo'-'<weelcr-i -of?Ulkysical  caalture.;'V':?r*iV::v':5''iA:'.  .y,yy;v->  v:St:-gT:T:Sf?-  imtt&imon  *������lonl.i  lc,ft cyo, roeolvo ������.\m-  bIb Mtoramont tl 12  Wb mvo you money.  ������XTJlfiAW   WTXVJmX.  S "    iiovd-B -;-, r,-'  ?; ,01 a w. M������itm������ii-pt,  ?.', :������������������ Vnruoovtr, Cruaadt  SHU'ft-lirtiiairl  ���������core  feet.  ENGLISH LADY TENNIS TEAM-  ���������'Thoso are tho BaaalUaag jneanboM of tlio ftianous Engllsla la'dy tennis totma,  which htiK beeai glvJiit? exUlbitloaa jaaatclaoH thjouglaout Canada during "Uac  paast few woekH, and whioh ifl Boon to- will homo after coaatefltlng tho Wlght-  natan (.'up. Froan left to rlwht Ihoy aire: Jonn I^ry^ Hetty Naathall, Uranynta-Mde  Ilarvoy, <'nplain Ilaiiwkeu, inaHtoi* ol! tho Caanard I.laaan* (AHcnnlaa������ Ma*n. TJ. A.  .MtM, t a ri < 1 i'S"'oi\-A\l-. '\l, fT*<>rTy. MMiey are '���������hfav.'aa on th^ flsffp In which they  Haal led l'a*oaaa Kaagluaaal to Quobuu.  ON   HKOKirT OF  $!,()(>   J  will  aiffil!   you  H oz, liux of  OALS/\EV3   OB NTTEVil EE^flT  4\'ai.uii-������'',i t'tifui IhiUft'ii /w-yCitl.-;, 1'nrtty-.  Woundh, -B������Uh. <,'orn������, (^arhuaxalon, l.;i'o.st  IJllDi^. ��������� MoiHtjailto niul ullanr I������i������������><;| mail  Aninaul ltltdH. lSlood I'oIhoti,- HaarruliiH,  'l-liirakiaAhA, naclaly lllrtli *Mnr|cn nml MoIoh),  Hold In l-Ifiiul ������ia<l t'olcl Sor������������, 1 oz. It ox  2t,n   3 nz   Ml.;?, tind  H o/.. *l.0f>. AT YODU  mtiHsaiaT.J.or,  r. n.  aiurw-AY.  700  Wclllni;ton   \V..  Turoiato.  c-tMEX wcw prsrrrjoB*- nsausov. w-i.*3  STH BRA PI ONS1^  "MmoiittmammS Wm.ntv'CU*ant**Vn*UHm*.iitu  'S l*t Im4U| CMIUim,  mi  ralviM mall  !������������>������.  }M  "'   -2*   _  1  |  'fl  ���������''if  si*  I  II  rs  H  lit  -Kcm  m  1 .y  THE   REVIEW,   fiEEST.ON,   B.   C.  /  a  $S$F&  BY NELLIE L. McGLUNG  COPYRiQriTr CANAOAy 1925  CHAPTKlt**" Vf l.���������Continued  the  said  judgment.  ed again.  -VHeimi stood.?  "Vou see  "Stand up," he command*  .she understancLs  r*-, I  thought she fdui/'   .*'"?  "'������������������'���������'.'"''.'  Addressing He]taai???-he'���������'''-; iald^v "i^ou  could' have  cleared  yourself  perhaps  of one charge, but not o'f-the other. So  l.havenoy option buty+to, send you to  ^oXy. j You /shall be confined. for. three  months "at -Stoney Mountain."   ,? v   .f,  "Miss fRqdgea-s  was  o'n her feet. '-I  appeal the base,"  she' said.. }     ':'','" *,.  > The court room t)egah:   to  - empty.  -Only the .regular's.' lield   theii- j seats?  The  traaisients  were going..* Some of  the women, would. go back toi attack,  the dishes they left in the sink; others went to Inspect    the    sho'-p-    Windows ;  two- .,o%the*ftr_. stroiledrlejisurely  down to th^Wliitte? Lunch to VhareVa  cup of coffee?' and -a? piece of piel *It������  was  near   lunch   time,   and   as   Mrs,  '"^M6rWn"remarlied?'fo flier.friend Mrs?  ���������������������������Edgar,---:y-Whenr-a-*woaia*a- has: only-.-"her-���������  ...self to ..cook -.-for,.^ she:  -never    cares  w&en oar what she eatsV'  --������������������:-.���������. They.'ydl.sc^s,sed--a^ae...c.ase.';'as they sat.  atyytlaef-oraarbieV tbfpped? t&ble. V  *"'TIaat giri was inncMeeiit,-"' said Mrs;  Morrin, "but foolish, 1'U bet she's  shielding a man."  'i&hpt don't know," remarked her  friend; "I remember when I was her  age I had an awful-, crush yon a wbmaar  about ten years older than I was. I  forget ��������� her? name ?hoWi ���������? bait sh^ywiSs  xay goddess for the time- There was  something fine in-, that girl's face 7���������  something noble. It seems a pity'to  sendjherVtSV3a.il, whereneshre?. will Jaave  to se^5aMdl Kearl everythingfthat's vile  and ugiy.^ The ;whbie--thingi is irOtten^'  "Well," said the other one, V'why  ,..��������� ^lo-fx't -we xti"y., ^ '_...  "What's the mug" Mrs. Edgar was  breaking her pie with her fork."Wo-  aineai'fneyer:*;f.,lipld'- '.-together. "'��������� j.,Tl������it":s'  wiiy people?like Magistrate Windsor  can insult the wctmeaa's organizations  and get away with. it. The. women's  clubs' are trying to malco things better. sindV they get blamed for what  goes wi-oaag. You and! do notthing  aud therefore are never blamed for  anything.    Gr;eat system!,*'  clubs are funny/' said Mrs. Morrin.  "I saw one -of them ihe other day  getting her money out of a pocket'in  her petticoat.f She's, one of. their  big spouters, too'. VfWhy don't they  keep lip with the times, visit beauty  :pariors?jand leai'n the use of cutex."  The other woman considered a ino-  anent���������"Still, there's nothing criminal  in keeping money in, the pocket* ol  yoar^B^ttlcoait/.-' shis said, "when you;  come to-Jthihk of it. She was lucky  to have money anywhere. And life  abounds in odd sights, yl sawyon^ of  our foremost citizens trying to ���������unlock the door of her suite with a but-  lojv-ho-ok last night, yBait; so long as  jive are not' doing anything to make  things better we should not be critical,  i'ou won't forget this afternoon? ���������  don't be late���������I am just having four  tables."  CHAPTER VIII.  Tlae Girls' Friendly Home staiids on  a hill overlooking the city, a great  bare, white building with glittering  windows, which in the rays of Vthe  setting; sun; burn, like*f the bush that  ^Ed^esysaw,?y^t like?tbe bush-are not  consumed.    "-" '" "-"���������"''" ?'"'"'        -Si.  It seemed to be ever looking down  a merit system in the Home which  was rather alarming. She - unlocked  the doors; insisted, that the girls lay  .aside the iryud- colored uniforms which  the Beared had decreed should be  worn, ,and actually took the girls out  with her in tura to tho movies and to  concerts and lectures." She also had  her friends come with their cars  every week to take the girls for  drives. She planned picaiics, corn-  roasts, excuarsions, and indeed made  the Home such a happy place that not  one.of the gii'ls attempted to escape,  although they had every opportunity  to- do so.  The Board looked on calmly disapproving, yet helpless. But the matter  came to a crisis at a .meeting where  the- Matron" was  present by request,.  One. ol the.-, members (and one of the  most solid, too) began by pointing out  that there* should be. some differences  in the way   well-behaved   girls   and  fallen" girls  are    treated.   '.Here    the  Matron, interrupted to ask him to retract the wdtd "fallen;" She gave the  BoUrd members positive' chills by the  things she   "said' about    the    double  .-standard?'.o-T^orate which was jnade  by men to shield jnen, and went on to  tellVfchem:. that .many of the girls were  innocent- young things, froan the, coun-  tary   who  had   come  to   worlc  in .the  city to* help thje family at home, and  had falleii victims to men's laast and  hypocrisy.     The   very " men  who   led  theni astray, fathers of families^some  of them, and regarded,:.as respectable  men. in society, no doubt now spplce of  these girls -as "fallen women." , f  . It   , was : most    embarrassing...-, :Sbe  hinted  that  there  should  be. women  on  tlae Board y aiid*    questioned    the  ability' of men, to quite tinder stand the  problem's"of rescue work.  Anyone caia s'e0 from this what sort  of woman the Mati-on was and why  the Board dismissed her. The girls  had loved her and1 had done their best  to carry out all her'������������������Wishes. They  had scrubbed sind washed and polished the Home until it sparkled; they  had planted a garden and** made flower beds; they had sewed and crochet^  ed andV ^^rdidered; ihey; bad  I studied, sung,    prayed,    and  ^bravely  "*sn**������ti   t*   - *���������*r        n   !���������  T7iu aieSsim  T������aT species  U.S. Colonel  Has Large Collection Of  German and Austrian Souvenirs  A man of 52,'whose diffident manner and youthful face belip his age  and his attainments, sailed from NeW  York recently, en. route to Hamburg,  Germany. With him a small wooden-  box and a large packing- -case.      -��������� - -  The man, wljo is Lieut.-Col. George,  Ca*ouse CoolcyR.C.,, U.S.A., possessor  of a Conspicuous Service Cross forv  work during the World War, will. If  asked, referr to the- contents of the  wooden box an*J the packing case as  "junk," but he has cherished that  junk enough to have catalogued every  item of its 500 component parts.    y  Specifically, tfte small box contains  such -things' as caps, epaulettes^ citations, pay boons, Iron Crosses, wound  medals, etc. all belonging to German  or Austrian troo*os *a-*nQ fought the  Allies, -aiad picked up by Col. Cook  during * his service in France. The  packing* case :4s filled with Zeppelin  parts, pieces : of shell, helmets and  Iaa*ger trophies.  find Alf arisdMeften, of Go thia. Saxony. For fin the small wooden box  is an infantry bap and a shoulder  sti*ap which were taken from Merten  byythe FreneBy at Biaches inArtois,  July 9, 1&1���������. Col. Cook wants to restore the������������������' cap and strap and loarn  Merten's version of the war. ?      ;>?>  Another* item Col. C!o������k wants to  give baclc^is -.a?f.wound'" decoration, a  stamped medal, finished in silver,  that was besto^ ed ~ upon Wladislaus  Jaglias,,of, -th0 fafifth .Coaiap^ny, -463rd  fPraissiari Infantry, for being wpuhded  ,four times at the faront. Jaglia. was  captured on September-30,: 1918, , at  M'ontingy.  zLXp^tr*m<exix.& &t more tnaa  thirty years have proven that  Aluminum is the best container for. tea. Red Rose Tea  is snow packed only Sn Alusrai-  msm, sind. every package is  guaranteed to h<s>~ixi perfect  condition. "    "        2T'.  T������ach������s <5!ass Blovysng  . The University ������bf Pennsylvania is  the only large school in the United  States; which offers a course -in glass  blowing. The Professor is Frederick  Wagner,  one of- the few glass* blow-  tus>   jicln,  xjo.  JL'&ctot/Uil S.   JCJLG  X10L8   tuul    &IU*  dents.  TUi? fAMir THAT  J lit*  &vill\/  If Iii. I  UVuoiii&n-iiiii'  I ^  Littie Helps For This Week |  with its-many eyes on tlie struggling   tried to live a useful happy life.- The  people? belowV Watehihg    them    With j day  she left th^V; scenes    were - dis-  OPERATION LEFT  HER VERY WEAK  Letter TeUo of Wonderful  Relief After Taking Lydia  E. Fii&lrfiam's Veg^tab!������  r;r"!Compound   ���������"   <��������� *v ��������� ���������  ���������  Coi>istonr Ontario,���������"After a severe operation aand ft ���������tlnrcp ywcpkti'  stay in a hospital  1 returned hoaaio  so weak that I waa  unable to movb a  chair, For four  mpjtvt,hs I waa al-  ambsli -fruotlc with  Jaainsf naul suirer-  aa pc until T thoaa tfh t  oure thoro could  not, bo any help -  forimc. Xhndvory  aaovero.iaaansin laay  left sldo and sail-  Cornd agony ovory month. One daay  when I wasa not ablo to got up my  mother boRg<*!<l"me to try your medicine. My masfoftml:flrot ano a hottio  of Vn-refcablo C'oiaapoaand at oiacn aatd  I took ii>. I HUiHed asocoaailubottlo,  and, to atiy Rurpri������d and joy the palmi  in my flido loft mo completely aand I  nm able to do aU my work 'without  helpu I am a farmer'n wife, tao you  dee I can't lac idle lonjy. In all, I hnvo  taakeia aix bottlea*-. of Lydia E. l*ir*Ic-  iiiam'j-a VegeLablo C*nn������nound, Hvo  b'oxen of tho Compoianrt Table ta, two  laottlatn of ,L-ydln B. Pinkham'B Blood  Med id aae, nnd have atao aiM'rt tho Ssiaa-  rativo Waah.M���������Mra. b. LAJUWNEaaic;,  liox im, Conbtonj,- Oatario, o  W.    N.    XT.    J 05)8  kindly glances, ever beckoning1?; to  those who' are sor_e beset in the struggle to corns tjp and Sird safety.prt������  deed/;-soane such : cbhjc^ptibn? was; ih  t-ih!6-:?hiIridSidf- 'those wild built it, Vand  in the dedieation services manyfyan  eloquent speaker told of the seetliing  pitiless city,"wathlt^fpitfalls andtlap-  tatibhs^ an^ rejbicOd'itiiat here on this  qtiliBt? hill-top the peopio of God jyhad  made an island of safety where the  _young tiairags;caught?In life's cruel  tangle could find sanetuaa*y.  There were numerous references in  the dedication speeches to the lost  lambs of the flock, pi&rced by many a  thorn; the white lily bruisecl ahd  Broken and crushed in' the -dust of  life, the lost piece of silver? which  caused such a household upheaval.  The speeches V were made by the  ministers of the city, who iii largo  proportion made up? the Board; tho  other memhiity being of that type of  middle-aged portly gentlemen who  are xisually alluded to,,as "solid business men."  The Board had its trouble's, and  sometimes oven contemplated adding  women to, its numbers. Some .of tho  ministers madd that suggestion,  spoakirig enthusiastically of, the excellent help " they, received from  Ladles' Aid aaid othoi* societies Jai  their cKhrchcs. Aa a rulo tho solid  business inon opposed tho proposal.  It was felt that tho proBonco of ladles  might prove embarrassing. .' Thorn  were certain matters which wore host  rttHciaased by men alone ���������* besides,  tliero was always, a danger of. women  beiaag too emotional. Thero wiii an  Auxiliary! Botivd, coaaiposed'ontla-ol'y of  wbmon, wti.o' held baizttaars, teas, chicken HUppoVs, mado towels aiad shootfl,  looked aftor tho glrla' clothing,  raollcltod tkmatlonH and In general did  it'll t.hoao' Httlo unimportant, .ybt  nocessaivy things wlalnh women do so  well. It waa folt by the maajorlty <������f  tho Bo'ard that the woSnon had tl������clr  part,- aiiad it woaald bo bettor not to  confuse thn In^aie.  Tlao flrat dilllcull.y the Board experienced, wtltf with ,tv Mata-oara���������ratlaoa*  a yoiang poraott Bho wa������ forwuch an  Jmptvlaiit r>oaltlon, aacai-cely forty,  who had coiaao highly rocommomlod  from ono of the "Western Statea. She  land many relative'- in the elty, and  It wuh U\1U   that    her    appointment  .l.llf-,'.'     iill.l.t 1'i.l.    .-Kill..'    iUIU������i   ul'    Iha   ,..)*!..I  bUMhiefiH  won   In  the  hom*r������,   foa** her  reimiven were of that type.  Who beguai by aaauklng rtoarao uoH of  graceful���������^not a girl eat afiiaLbuthful���������  ���������thoy jaist^sat and cried; Tb������~ Board  could see they had doae well to get  rid of her; she was having such a  weakening effect on the girls.  The Board decided then and there  to have a man to the head assisted  by a^woimaxi of course. "There must  needs be a woman" said the good old  Dr. Smythe, "for appearance sake vat  least." So, after, diligent care, Mr.  and Mrs. Wymuth were found somewhere in the Eaiit^-WJiiere.^  doing evangelistic -worksff. TlJ-eteyietr  ters of recommeridatioiiy aboundbedii, in  such terms as "earnest'"co-bper^  "moral "worthiness/'' "deep sincerity,''  "unfailing devotion;" "passion. for  souls/' etc. The BbardVwas pleased  with their joint, atad  several jappear*-  ance. *  (To Be Conthauod.)  ; Ye; are all the cliildrien of light and  the children of the day,���������! Thesa. v.  If ohe looks upon J:he bright side,  It is. sua*e t������* be fthe right sideVV   V:  At least that's^ howr I've  fbuhd it as  I'v^ journeyed through-each day.  And it's queer how shadows vaaiish.  And?flow, easy;'t is to banish,...V...??'S...-J  From a? bright V sid6 -Vsott; of   nature  every doleful thing away.  ���������Mary D, Brine.  There are souls In the world who  have the gift of .finding joy . everywhere, and leaving it behind them  wlie'n. they -go. Their' l5afiuence is au  inevitable gladdening Of the heart.  They give light without aneaning to  shine. Their bright hearts have a  great work to do for God.  J  -���������Frederick W, Fabor.  ' *  The habit of looking at the best  sides of any event is worth far more  ihan a thousand pounds a year.  ,-' ���������Samuel Johnson.  Would Avert Oil Famine  Get  Scientist   Discovers   Process  To  More  From ...Wells  An impecunious government scientist haa developed a process which  will permit nearly J00 per cent, of tho  oil supply to be taken from oil wells  instead of 15 per cent, which ia the  present avoa-age.     *  Dr. P. Cl. Naitting discovered that by  tho slraplo use of washing-soda this  elusive 85 per cent of hidden oi! could  bo dlasolvovd and. extracted from the  saaul, ,  .'.  Laboratory tests wero 100 peaj con.t.  porCect, but Iaa actual flold operation  tho results may not bo so groat. OH  experts aay IC 11.'goes *I0 per cent, it  will stave off foi" a considerable tiiaae  tho anticipated oil. fo,mlno; wlatqh ia  expected to develop nt the ens!, of 'tnij:  years. ;..���������������.";,'.���������     .y !���������,_������������������    - , -. '  After Acute Diseases  the   .Blood  Most Be Byilt TT" Before  Recovery Is Complete  Fevers and other acute diseases  like pneumonia and influenza, leave  the patient weak^ with thin blood and  unstrung s&crves. The period of con-  velescence is often long? and trying,  and. years of poor , health have frequently followed so brief an illness as  an attack of Innaxenza or pneia,monia.  Much of this sba-t of misery could  be avoided.-b3% t^klrig steps to build?  up the blood -so^hat it can carry to  the nearves and other tissues of*N;he  ?bbdy: the elements* they nCed to restore theirfnbrmkl functional activities. To build tap the blood and restore' it to its rich; health-giving vigor, no other medicine can equal Dr.  \yilliams'. Pink. Pills. F.L*pm first- to  last it is their mission to inaprove the  blood and thus restore good health  and vigor. ��������� ? ; ���������    ������  The value of these pills in condi-  >tions.describediabpve..is. shown by the  statement of Mrs. itebecca O'Brien,  Pembroke, Qnt., ,:w-h6?says :---"In Nov.,  yl^23y ly-wasystrickenffwith ��������� pneumonia,  and" at the tiine but little hope was  held out for my recovery. However,  with....the..?boat of,eare. I was able to-'  walk" "about?- after some; irionths.   But I  viivt   xxxji.    jl ecu r .6*    xu.y,   .-3 ct vug l������������. a-iic; .  do'ctor told ine I was anaemic. My  -appetite?'wia;s poor", I" grew ^nervous  and;*estless,; Iyywas: vd������eathly paie and  practically gave^up hope of ever being  strong yagainy ���������-.HoweYer,���������;: remembering that in my; girlhood I had takeaj  ?Dr. Williams,, Pink Pills with decided  i success, I decided to try them again.  By. the - time I had used two boxes  there was no do-ubt tlie pills were  helpl-og. ,me. .PP*Qtinuin_g,,..-t^eir.f.*usef.I.'  was" soon-abIe'?"to'va  hold duties. I continued taking the  pills, however, until I had used twelve  boxes, by which time I was eaijoying  Better health than at any time in fiho  previous ten years. In gratitude for  what the "pills have done for me, I  give this statement In the hope thii it  may point the way to health to some  other weak, despondent wotnan."  You can get these pills from any  anedicine dealer or by mail at 50 cts.  a box front the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.v Barockville,  Ont.  Coi'ns are painful growths. Hallo-  way's Corn Eemovoa* will remove  them.  '���������'    *   ��������� -'������(jf        ��������� ,-- ������������������  .. '?.      - ?     '  - Auntie���������"Do? you ever    play - with  bad little boys, Willie?"  Willie���������-"Yes, Auntie."  Auntie���������"I'm surprised. Why don't  you, play with good little,boys?"  Willlo���������"Their mothers v won't lot  me!.'-' -: '   ��������� -' "'.  ,.  The fire brigade of a European  village dashed into* the vilhage inn  and the  chief fireman said:  V&eer and sandwiches all around,  please,?and hustle up the order. We  ain't got any too much time. We're  on bur way to a big fire."  "Mother, Ga*ayes' Worm Exterminator will' drivo worms from the system without injury to the child, because ita action, while fully effective,  is mild.  If, after yearn of toll, a man wine  success some Jay is euro to coma  along _* aaid tell him how ho might  havo won it In half the timp.  Sores Flee Before It.���������Thei'o are  many who have- bcoaa. afflicted with  sores and have driven them away  with Di*. Thoanas' Eclectric Oil. All  similarly troubled should lose no time  In applying this splendid remedy, na  thea-e is nothing like it to be'had. It  la "choar������7ljut its power Is In no way  expressed by *Ita low price.  Tablets found In ancient Babylonia  and Assyria show that banking transactions wore carried on 5,000 years  ago. Cheques aud notes wero made  of clay, which wore thou baked.  "It's   never  too   lato   to .say   dye,"  said flao a*etl-headod girl.  "Yes,  It  Is,  man'.  said  time  bald-hoaded  ^nHjIMW  Jm$(MB$ :'h  *B*^K ^^nM wbAMM ^���������������Bw^B?^B^KilliH^BflHdir*HiMr*M^B MM  ���������;.pm *m^\*&!W*WWF*W^*W?^*\\lA**9  *       pH      y^'    ^^        ^^mmwmsm        fm\ \     mm       i^r.jT^p^r^'^ w*j ^  ^���������.���������.������������������'F,l^*L"t  vim.   ,? v ' ,. vi~^  The dlscovbry that the fiber of tho  cocooax spun by the silkworm could  bo made into cloth Ib ascribed to  So-I-iing-She, a 'Chinese qaaeoaa who  Hvod about forty-aoven eontiarlea ago.  > Butty:  Havo you a green lli>stlck?  fcjiaop ABidatuait:  Ureen llpstiok?  Betty: Yes, a railway guard is talc-  lug ,mo out tonight.  Mea\ flomotianea.'become wloer ara  they grow older; bait they aeldom b������a-  coaaao leaa fooliah.  Moinw   aa^'n'M  mil urn I  bmal   fi'.".h-  be patterneal after a corlfHlrow.  Ill  DrlVos   away  ment. '  palra ��������� NHnardf   Un������-  Over Face, Neck and  Hands. Cuticura Heals.  ���������' ���������  I,. <",...I..,,   "Ecaema broke out oil over my  face, neck and iianda. It waa In  blister a and itched a great deal. My  akin was awful sore and_ red, and  sometimes the blisters would break  and water would come from them.  T was aaot able to do my work, and"  1rt������t n lo* 'of iai>e_p. The trouble  touted over ������ix montha.  " I tiled a������(i������y dlft'erent remedies  without taucceaw. I begaaa using  Cuticura Soup and Olntmeiit and  alter using; four cakee of Cuticura  Soap ������nd thr������e boxen of Cuticuria  Ointment X want completely healed."  (Sigaaed) Minn Laura J. Brine, Boau-  fiord .P0rta$t������������ N. B.  Give Cuticura Soap and Ointment  Vhe care oKyotsr nlxlrt,  H*k*������J* Kuk Vr* Wy 1S*tt. Adilr������M l*������n������'ll������n  l>������.������vl- 'ilMkMMLM.HwbuL'' I'rlA*. H..������p  Mm, Oinemtnt U itirliM. T������l(nnw tt������������.  CuUnM<r������ ab������������i������ti Stick Z%:  m*m������m)mPmV*mem*i**������*1*������***^ is  THE  CRESTOS   REVIEW  _        ___-' s  ��������������� bI^k** jg<r*a  ������������������    5      #* ^JL*  -m-~  (fa J_f  V Tkeaire  Fi-ii ������jaiiaoellaA*J ������rr  Eve   \wjrtm0  ���������7? 6fre hg&QG������  *������** *a������^  Produced   in   eo operation with' the: International Association of  Fire   Chiefs,   aaad   recommended   by   thousands   of   fire , chiefs  throughout the United States and Canada.  Daring rescues froan bumiaag buildings.     Whole companies amder  falling   walls.     The   greatest modern fire fighters and apparatus   iaa   action.    Behind   the. scenes'of a smoke-eaterS life.    A  thousaaid thrilling moments, and ACTION !  tt%^. s?������uM*������������0<e#- jP������������������fiS2������,'S  of its hind Ever  Uiader   the   auspices of the Creston  Volunteer Fire Brigade and  recommended by the Creston Village Commissioners.  SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 2 P.M.  EVENINGS 8.30 P.M. REGULAR PRICES.  Pigs Fob Sajlk���������Yorkshires, foi-  October delivery. E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Anglican Ohurch Services  SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 *  7.30 p.m.��������� CMESTOK.  ���������   mmmm  BARRt&TSR   <2 -SOtJO/TO*?-  NOTA/9Y PUBLJG  Imperial Bank Bldg.      iO REST ON  Local and Personal  Wanted���������Two. apple pickers.    Ap  ply Attwood Ranch, Creston.  Waoted- Purebred Jersey cow,  state  price.      H. Clements   Erickson.  For Sale���������Grade Jersey heifer, just  freshened, $*3Q. A. H. Paggott, Wynndel.  Bev.'J."and Mrs. Herdman spent a  couple of days with Ca-sifibrook..friends  last week.      ... '���������*' ,.  FOB Sale���������Milch cows, reasonable  prices. A. G. <3ox, Vaness Ranch  (Alice SidanE), Ga-estxan.  m SBED GRAIN���������Fall Wheat ancl Fall  Kye for seed, iocai grown. Cranbrook  Trading 'Co., Cranbrook.  Friday next, froan 12 o'clock has  been proclaimed a civic half holiday,  and all places of busanees will be closed.  *������������������ The schoidyboard ii-f this week calling  for tenders oirtbe 1927-28 fuel supply.  45 cords tif 3r and tartan r������c are icq;:ir-  ed?,   '*-:,'"S} ''v V?y?-  Haul yoair own anplers. Chevi'olet  truck'for sHle������:sn $*ooi������* condition and a  thorough bargain. Caai at Biicksoti  Garage.       ?  ������ou Sale���������Well bred pig for breeding purposes, nine rnonthf, $85e Can  be seen at rauch. Mrs. K. "Dal born,  Wyaandel.  Mass Lyda Johnson was a visitor  with Cranbrook friends a few days  last weeks taking in Eiast K<������otentay*s  fall fair aaa that town.  Bffa^o'r '-vise? SJre- MHlsaajdahss issad  Mass E. Ariowsanith are at Spokaaje  for the air'-derby this week, leaving  by aaitc on Tuescijiy,  Mrs,'Charlie'Araaista-ong is anaongst  those from - .Oreston who are kelson  visitors this week for the fall fair^  which opened on Thua*sday,  Saandav ss Siaiiy Ds'v'at the Pre������b**-  terian 'Church, and at the 11.30 a m.  service the pastor. Rev. 'Dr.-Daly, wall  deliver aaa appropriate address,  Mrs. M. J. Boyd left on Tuesday for  Nelson wheare she is this year one of  the judges on needlework and cooking  at. the snnual fall fair ian thut city.  A local -resident was up before Mafgi-  strate Mallandaine on Monday on a  charge of carrying a gun withoaat a  license  and   was  fined  $10 and costs.  Creston'a 1927 fall fair wall be opened on Friday next, bait all entries  must be an the hands of Secretary F.  H. Jackson by* 10 p.an., Tuesday, Sept.  27th.  Ted Staples left on Monday for Kel  owna for a short visit before going on  to Vancouver,.to enter the University  of B.O. for his iirst year asvthe science  coairse. _    _    .    . N '  WrisTST** Vegetables���������Order your  supply now. ".Pa-ices, delivered, are:  Carrots. $1.50 per 100 lbs. Beets, $2  per 100 lbs. Turnips. $1.50 per 100 lbs.  Parsnips, $2.50 per 100 lbs. " Richardson, Erickson.  ������S9TP������*5 TW^ijfr^aarfc.'ft   "BIG SIX"  7,-JRa������>senger' Sedan  Fine condition. 4 Balloon  Tires almost new. Owner  'win saCi'iuce for imniedi-  ate Cashl For demon-  y     stration apply  w*i  ���������**������ r a tk.it c*      >**������  savAn ^   oarage-  tia &������**%������&������������  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand'-Storm, in   ���������_ _.������.?   e������������������%9*ss&B.9riP9a.  Sho Si  Z2.fS.dt H&1r'9tG$8   ������^fS������?������iZTZ*i&'  ' S  IVA^^A-s/rmtsV*. JL   *J>  1Q iflT f^l r^ 111 <n f IM rr  _ ri -fi i i g vol 11 ii iifi I in** ?  B'K,t^B*MI'B%ftiV'il al ������������������.^K--.*;"-''^^,**!.������.*"���������������'������."���������      ^  -^3>-&''i&lS'  Not only Circulates Heat all over the House���������shed-  dins forth a Ch*9*vrv Giatn thai sneaks  of Cosiness and Comfort  Imagine a heater that you can sit beside  and  en  joy  the   warmtii that radiates from it-  eirealates warm air all over the  l^j'V'i'4 fm.0^  JU������J������tJ.I.O*0-  a heater thatf  ter  that  glows with the cheery tightness of a coal lire! Such  is the new McClary "Kadiant5'' .tteater���������-the heater  that combines all these advantages���������that is handsomely designed���������-an 'ornament to any robm-^���������and exceptionally low in price.    Heats three to four rooms.  F  &RY  3DE  3C3!=]aC  DS3G  DI=3E  3E3CSSE  3CJE  3 G  E3QG  DESEPr  ���������^5 &b \T% \f   E Kef mZLm  Oilylyl  '    )  T-wo Express Trucks at Your Service  ? No&elm*.'25c.*site join?     Ch&nge<.Bookss IQc* each  Agents for Adlerika, Vinbi arid Pinkhams Remediek  Store open till 8.30.p.na. every night.    Saturday open till 10 p.m"  SUNDAY opeu 1 p;m. to 2 p.m. and 4 p-ra. to 5 p.m.  ftHrcnrftiJ rani iri  uncoiun  oi una:  H M n 9 n ml Bb BT~  aiiim  GEO. H. fKJBJULiY  COAL and W  O  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  Do Not Lose Interest  ^tQCBfew  ^'><->Mi?  Once used always used.    I deliver between Cranbrook  and Kuskanook.    Service at all hours.  A Winter's Supply Coal and Wood  Let us quote you prices.  H  r  APPLES HAULED af Short Notice  Nothing too large or too smal  i   ���������by. delaying   to   deposit  your  saving^,  "fF'yoia caisnot vtaie its tjeysoamaSIys  send your deposits by mail. Have  tbe satisfaction, of knowing that youar  motley' 'is ' safely:' protected.-''.atid is  earning interest xeg-ularty. aoo  THE CANADIAN BANK  ^>*c? *r*i  AJm? *****  Capital Paid Up $2O������OCOjO0O  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston BrancK  R. J. Forrbea, Maangar  El  ������*<  ^���������*.*U:  UUU;  aufcjuui..; .t.-'t-  ..^���������U^Mi.,,,������(������������  ** .,���������.,������������������^#. ...,.���������-.W ^r v.  "ir^ir���������nmrg  ^np  i  i:  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  |TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An oeonomloiil <Hfah, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM* BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Orw-atanaont Rraialofl, 1itt*jho������t (niallty,  FRESH and CURED FISH  all vnrlotloa. ���������   _   -   "  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY'FOOD  Incronaoft egg prnitaactioaa aaratl proclaacwa btitter poultry.    Baay the hnst.  ���������* i-S  ���������J  1  il  S5S  m

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