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 v a  /#  f ������1  S'.AA;  1??������^^^*?? S;'^������i  tottit  Voi*. XIX. ���������'  cbeston; b. d fbib&y, September io, 1927  c*.  -Na' 30  QerkVS&l&ry  coasarg poataes, ana wjis prooamy maite  a visit to California before returning*  Mr. Bailey, who has been on a visit  ������rit.H   isls  daughter   Mrse '������. fj. *1������Vefe  ster,  le������tj   for    Calgary, Alberta, os  Tuesday.  Miss Foxall of Cranbrook was a visitor last week with Mrs. Oollis. - Shells  just back from & vacation at Banff  and Lake-Louise.  Frank Lucas ox Fernie is the new  principal of Alice Siding school, which  rs^-spened on tlae Sth with a fairly  large attendance.'  The September session o^ the village  council on Monday night was largely  taken up with consideration of corre-  sporidesaace of great variety. Chairman. H. 8. McCreath presided, and  Commissioners G.Johnson and F* H.  Jackson were in attendince.  The most important letter was one  from Clerk W* O. Taylor requesting a  raise ?53 ealaa?^ from- *SSQ to S75 per  month, effective September Xsc. This  was gracefully conceded, all the eoro-  . raissionera expressing -highest eutisfac  tion with Mr. Taylor's work' as clerk  and treasurer since the village was incorporated over three years ago.  C. W. Allan, president of the fall  fair, wrote asking the commissioners  -to declare Friday, September 30th, a  civie holiday. So enable everyos������ to  visit the fair." . On motion it was decided to proclaim September 30 a civic  half holiday, and all business places  will be requested to close at 12 noon.  Chas- Murrell wrote asking for per-j _  amission to move his gasoline tank on {have.been on a visit with Mr. and Mrs  ifetaiute Ha vie  Tsug Day* 30th  Vancouver,  wnera  she  few weeks' vacation.  will spssa  i'lae excessive rainy speii has pro-  daiced a wonderfully fine crop of mushrooms on all laud that has been well  fertillzedr  Miss Helen Moore left on Sunday  for Nelson where she has enrolled for  Fourth Year work iii the high school  in that city.  Mr. and Mrs. H. McDonald and  young eon of Calgary, Alberta* were  motor visitors here last week with  Mar*. McDonald's parents, Mr. ahd  Mrs. J. H. Webster*  Creston an<*T District Women's institute resuoied the regular monthly  sessions on Friday afternoon. The  attendance was small, and the meeting chiefly occupied with routine business. The chair was occupied by  fijJr-s. J. S. Hayden,-* ^ice-president, in  the absence of Ahe president. Mrs. R.  Stevens, who is? still at theVcoast.  Notice hashed" received-that tbe  annual X>|si;rict Confereitce wilt this  year be held at ?Kaslo on November  15th and 16th. y: The appointment of  delegates was deferred until the Octo-  !%���������*������������������������    -JPMAA1  Fete Cames left for Claresholm, Alberta, last week, where be wISl rem&ifa  f&r harvest and threshing. -  Owing to teachers holding Alberta  certificates not being-allowed to teach  in B.C.. the teaching staff had to Joe  changed. Miss Severn has taken the  senior' room, and Miss Flett of Cranbrook has the junior room.  ^mcum-m-mm  Wilfrid Latsgston  ������r���������m a  JttCMUCt   ������X������������������*  two ehilui-ea, who  to a sew location on the land alongside the old drugstore, which he has  just purchased. Commissioners McCreath and Jackson wiii make an  inspection and if advisable will give  permission to make the transfer.  The council turned down s> -request  from the Children's Aid Society for a  grant for tfca*> worfe* an*! A= I* Me-  Culloeh of Nelson, who wrote offering  bis services as engineer in case the  village went ahead with power development ut Goat Baver. Canyon, will be  advised he will be kept in mind if  work is commenced.  Semiofficially ' the commissioners  have been advised that C O. Rodgers  is prepared to make a  compromise in the^ electric Bight deadlock and the chairman? wiii this week  interview him and nave the offer confirmed -In writing when, the eonncil  will immediately take it into consideration*  In connection with tbe oncoming  nrovineiai sale of iaA<������s for arrears of  taset? the clerk was instructed to attend same and buy in a certain property with a view to protecting the  village on arrears of town taxes for  uio |iat������ iiuivc jwtoi  Expenditure for August were 6333,  of which about $165 has been spent ^n  the rebuilding *ofNl-he- cemetery road  br������dges which is expected to be open  for traffic before the end of the montb.  The clerk was instructed to pay  J. P. Johnston $40, balance due on the  $240 paid for a right of Way across the  Johnston pioperty facing, on Victoria  Avenue to open up Vancouver Street  tfaffotsgh So B&rtoss Avessu������,  Cox at the Vaness ranch, left for her  home in the Okanagan yesterday.  Mrs. T. Trevelyan, who bae been  under specialist care at Spokane for  some time past, -returned home the  latter part of the week.  During the absence of Mrs. Martin  the Community Sunday School will  be cio3ea until further notice.  It was decided, to enter an Institute  exhibit of collection of, cooking at  Creston fall fair;, and Mrs. Stevens and  Mrs. Murrell were named to  chas",re of the exhibit.       '  The directors were -named a committee to handle a tag day on September 39th. The proceeds will be divided  between the Queen  Alexandra Solar-  Children's Aid Society Home.  The .jLea hostesses were Mi's. Maxwell, Mrs. J. P. Johnston and Mrs.  Hopwood. The freewill offering for  the" Crippled   CbikStcea's   ffu-ad   was  The officers of Canyon City Suuday  school take this'opportunity of.expressing their thanks to aU who so  w-iiuugiy lent ������ hand add fcaade the  annual^ picnic on Labc?  success.  When   the   weather   permits    the  teke^Wealtby apples are being moved to  ie packing sheds at Erickson.    The  crop is a������B average one as to size. asset'  color.  Death in traghrfashion befell Wilfrid  Langston, one of the residents of Lister, who was killed in ut> explosion  while at work in the amine of the Sidney   Iieasing  Company  at Kellogg,  Id**h&-   *??*- IT?i<i5:V J*iS*:5 ^V~5 SIdeL. &*!-.  other miner, was also killed, while a  third workman, Frank Metier, had a  miraculous escape. The letter's account off the fatality is given in the  Eleitog Eveaing Hews which, in part,  says:  "Metier had importuned the other  two men to leave the bottom of the  shaft, but the miners had had ttonble  with water and the fuses were hard to  spit, eating'up what time they Jbad  permitted. - Metier finally could stand  it  no   longer  and  after   telling  his  B. Ostrenski tried out the bass fishing on Sunday and with Very poor,  luck. Catches of bass have been slim  for some time past.  ' A quiet wedding took place at Calgary, Alberta, on Tuesday, September  6th, when Ruth, youngest daughter of  satisfactory |the.la^ ������Uce Snu^ and Mrs. Smith.  was matted in marriage with Mr. Ivan  O'Neal of Calgary. Mr. and Mara.  O'Neal wilt make their home in thai;  city, and a host of friends extend  heartiest congratulations.  Tbe continued rainfall st\il holds up  hfi,vnu9trSner  ������������������'* ������-������������������������...���������.  Miss iL* Hagen returned last week  fsoni a visit with relatives and friends  at Riondel.  Mrs. Douglas Butter-field and children of Riondel are here oaa a visit with  her parents,- Mjv and' Mars. Matt.  H������ggtt������   -     ,    "^--'     -w    -  Mrs. C. Hindley   and   children   of  ci������   .loiuvra m.tat.<e,ia t,cnr wmbj>i>  Bmest Langston arrived home on  Sunday to attend the funeral of bis  brother, Wilfrid, which took place on  Tuesday afternoon at Oreston.  Canyon has two students at ���������reston  high school this term in Lliy Cook  and Harry VanAckeran.  The unusual September rains is  very much to the liking of the Irish.  It mil put ibe size into the spuds.  Sunda  uaaen?&9    w  t!J5   zrftS  Fred Tedford left at the end of the  week^for Alberta, where he fighres on  last week.  Maw?. &. Taylor, who has been yisit-  ing at Lethbridge, Alberta, for a  oouple of weeks, returned home last  week.  Miss Severn spent the weekend with  her parents at Procter.  Mrs. Webster and Mr. BiHey? Alice  hand with harvesting and  threshing^  Mrs* Geo* Jacks and Master KrieV  and Mrs. Knott arrived home a few  days ago from a short visit at Spokane.  Sidin*** with  HM **>   ' *% m**m}mi      "fa��������� m  HM       *\K 0m Wm*n.mn, -  Mis. J. 0. Martin has just left on a  holiday with friends ut Vanctaiver and  azmfis  Thfe cooler nights are  coming    When   you  need   something   to  read.  We can take your  SUBSCRIPTION  RENEWAL, ar  STANDING ORDER  lor  any Magazine  or Periodical  WlCB A WD  *%* Ja-aav    taS^WMraWM4WattMv  Cn*eafcon Bakery.  Opening day attendance at Lister  school was 27, with four still to enroll.  All the trustees were on hand and got  things off to a good start. Jack Malt-  house and Jack Bird are taking fiwat  year high school work this term.  Mr. Crosaeomlie. C. H. Phillips and  Miss Harris of Kimberley, who have  been visiting nt Phillips ranch the  past ten days, have returned,. with  Mrs. Crosscombe going on to Boss-  land. "  Mr. and Mm. Thomas of ECitohenear  have taken possession of the BlEas  place at the Huscroft area, which he  has purchased. He is going Into  dairying, bringing five Jersey cows  with him.  Harry and -J,'.'W, Helnae are jaist  back from the holiday visit with their  parwiits at IVoefcei', bwt the wot wca*  ther has prevented thorn taking an  auto trip to Spokane.  ,Kd. La.ngsfcon of Kimberley is a Visitor here this week with bis son,  Harold, having been calieci heie to  attend the funeral of hie son, Wilfrid;  who was killed in a mining mishap at  Kellogg on Friday UBt, Harold going  to that point to bring the remains to  Opesifcon tar' barla^oh TrusssdUy*  Water area bad a slight frost touolv  on tho 7th. but It did not do any damage even to tender garden stuff.  Harry, Bert and Fred Yerbury,  Doug. McKee, J, Cowley, and Alf.  Wo It spring are a nextette of LlHterlteu  who hav3i embarked at tie maiclng  with equtpnaent secui-ed from 0. O.  Rodgers. At present' they ansa working In some L.S.B. tlmbttr moutheasfe  of Omiyoti nnrt inter will eftift into the  Cioup tl seclioiti.  aid, Calgary,  Alberte,  were   visitors  Were last week with Mrs. Towson.  Rey. 8. Newby was calling on his  pavishoaers  here on   That t-sday   last.  Mrs. SHngsby and son, Howard, are  motor visitors to Lethbridge, Alberta,  where they are hoping to be employed  during the harvest season.  Irving Davis left last week for Rion  del  roll for the fall and winter.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Bat hie and family  are holidaying here, guests of the  former's father, John BathEe.  Rev. J.  Headman's  after-  ******    *tJ i������a*VB -aaA     ������JU"4MVU   %P*M  "Capital and Labor" was a timely one,  judging by the amount of after discussion it has aroused, tt is his intention to give further talks on this line  during the fall and 'winter.  Posters are up announcing that Miss  Amy Fleming is again coaming to Canyon to give- a song recital in the Com*  munity Hall on Monday evening,  Sept. 19th. This time she will Jbe  under the auspices of Chown Chapter  Comrades of the Way -and the mem  hers feel confident of a large turnout,  as those who heard her last time are  sure to come again, and it Is hoped  that .they will bring their friends.  50-foot ladder ous of the shaft, Jufit  as be reached the top the first of the  19 shots -went, nearly blowing him  from the ladder back into the shaft.  He ^CFambled half unconscious over  the top of the ladder just as the other  shots followed. Metier thinks the  succession of. blasts forced him away  from the 'shaft collar, otherwise he  wenid have fallen hack isto the  inferno below."  Word  of    his    brother's  untimely  ���������uacwvu   m. ������������aviic-^i   -uvao  was    jL'aiuiab^     u**U'������ru~'  ing and immediately Harold Langston  left   for   Kelloaraz  to   t*#ke ������!������**������������������ of  ,    e F> T  - icy ���������=  affairs,, arriving home on Monday  th the remains, which were taken  to Trinity'United Church, from which,  the funeral was held on Tuesday, with  interauent in Creston eexnetery.^.-  Rev. J. Herdman coggdueted the tastr  sad rites, with <?ol. Fred Lister,  M.P.P., J. Duncan, R. T. Millner,  John Bird. Fred Power s������d B,J.SSalt>  .hqqscras -pallbearers, and there waa a  largo turnout of the Lister people to  pay a last tribute of respect. Befitting who had served the empire in the'  great war the CoSBn was draped with  the Union Jack, and wae entirely hsd=  den with a wealth of floral tributes  sent'by friends of the deceased iusd  Misa Eileen Heap left last week for  Cranbrook where, we understand, she  wilt attend school this term. \  'Rev* S. Newby ie daie here on Sunday for Church of England service aft.  7.80 p.m.  Mrs. C. M, Goodman of Cranbrook  was a visitor here last week with her  daughter. Mars. R. C. Proctor, returning from Nelson where she had been  with  another daughter, Mrs. Franga^  ���������ejliepc he hopssyto get oss.the pay- Ssmford.  Friends of Jeffrey Foster, a former  night operator here, will extend con  gratulations oh his marriage on Tuesday of last week to Mlau Ivy Bidder of  Cranbrook. The event was solemnized at the pro cathedral, Calgary,]  Alberta. After & short honeymoon  they wiHrealde ������t Taft, on the main  line, where the grooan is at present  ntationed. ���������  Mice D. Bufcterfleld left last week for  -^-aWa-^   0^\ srmmmW *m  t4>a������w   ������wa.aafl������fc������r ���������  The late Wilfrid Langston woo ������a  his 28th year. He was with the British forces in Mesopotamia during the  great war, and in 1922 left England  for Canada to join his father, Hdward  Langston. and two brothers, Ernest  and Harold, who- had previously located at Lister. About four years ago  he purchased the Ivor Chrlste&sen  farm on which he h'&d made a considerable improvement with the aid of  funds r acquired working: chiefly- at  mining several months each year.  Although of a decidedly retiring disposition the industry of the deceased  made him a favorite with those who  enjoyed his acquaintance and his passing will-bo deeply arretted.  Why Have  iGiibby ApplBS  when a  Massey-Harris  'Will ���������JKft������5tUIFC  V^I������0Jji ��������� '.������f%J3|!M.C*JI  ,    if pi^perSy weed.  Come and look them over at  Creston  Valley Fall   Fair.  Two sizes on  dislay, along  with a number of Maasey-  Harris Implements,  '���������"'*'  tf%mV  "at    bV    4F* Wh  mmtmf  "mTTm*%Wm.mTmTI     V  Massey-Harris Agent  The yatd crew had a buoy time on  Sunday morning, handling two special  trains of twelve cars each carrying  delegates to tbe Empire Mining Congress, who are on a tour of British  Columbia, The trains were handled  on four barges with the Valhalla and  Hosraer taking them in tow, while the  passengers, numbering about 876 were  t'iken to Nelson on the Nasookln  which left the "handing at 10 o'clock,  and the last of the barges got away at  11 a. m.  A rote of $10 to Edmonton is  Riven harvest Iioip at Peittfototu  and there ia qufco a heavy exodus  to prairie points this month.  The Great Northern Bail way  agent at Bonners Forry is doing  quite a business eelUn^c. hear cubs  this season. To data he has oold  throo of them.  Tho  Kootenaiati   hopes  for   the  host from a eaoriee of revival  meetings  that  ore  being  held  in   the  hotioe neat door to tho Uovornment I  | liquor store in Kaslo. [  A Great Attraction!  Tom OopeiasiiJ  ** - ...���������!���������*,      ��������� ���������  H^ __' ffs������ m'an "      |3  n *IS-BlfB.O^B 81 tijCrO'CiCB^o  Entei-iainer  and his Assistants, at  Trinity Church, Greston  IfiaMlli aarptt ���������        a*Maia**Mav  Tiiurs., Sept. 22  Under Ladies' Aid auspices.  Piano EccentricutfmW-  Violin Stratthpeys  Monologues  Bagpipes  **^S*\j**,**M>^ ******  m^mSTtCB  AHiiiis5u0i Oiiiidrei 2������Gb  N SsSWBSBS  TTTE    pEVIE^,    CBESTOK,   B.    C.  !ffiilffiii3i������  New Narcotic Gas  vB-ssi of al? Fly EHiers^lOc and  &25^ %erc'pSckM at^allVDrufegriSts,  Grocers and General Stores.  !r  jl  Brings Deep Sleep and Has No-After r  Effects  .,-^W^hesgastp-ine^tlug .px������4he- Medical  SpCie-ty ij|f Berlihp Pr^es||)r._ Unger  d^crilfeiii&is ..exp^Senc^^lm-the new  ���������hareoticif������as --tech^ipal^laaiown as E.  107.    Up   to  Liae present it %&$.-. been  fj?<us������re ya.w .������xge;fB.e.aAa������s. j  Seeing New York "by air is cheaper  than., by  taxi.    Tho   same froaate- cov-  . .ei-ecl by an. aia*piane  at a. qost of?  $5  .-arill runyap a taxi bill of $6.10.  Wayne B. Wheeler, general counsel  voG, the-anti-saloon league of America,  died, at Battle Cre-uk. ��������� sanitariuau ie-  -c^sntiy.itLue-; to a Insart attack-  Xmmigration    to    Canada    for    the  mouthy of  Ju>y,  .1927,   totalled   l2.,2$S,  EEtadeuiL. of &,-io2    from    the  TslesySylOl   t'roaa   ihe   United   States f  and 5,155 from, other countries. '  h        > t-      -  ?Ei-nst Vierfcoetter,    who    won    the'  'Canadian National Exhibition,   mara- ;  thpn swim is now" planning a vaude- '  vllle tour, 'after .which he will likelyV  eater motion pseiure^. ������������������>  The purchase: of 16 quarter sections ,  ol land,, involving ?5-6.,32i>, was the re-.'  suit ot tbe visit of a aarty of laud- j  seekers from. "Nebraska arte! Kansas io ;  the Eston, Tyn er-Valley a,xid Snip*1-  Lake districts la Sa.skatclaeTa.-aiv recently.      .  Communal rioting  at -Nag-pur,-..cap-  India,   resulting:  in   the   death   o������   15  persons,  is  reported  by - the  Bconbas"  eorrespond-ent of The: Exchange -Telegraph. Many families are leaving the  cit-sv fearing renewal of the-troubles?'  Comrnander Richard E. Byrd states  tliat   he lias-  planned   to  leave ''New  York next August on his South'Pole  : expoditum and that    Floyd.   "Bennett,,  wlio accompanied film' on liis Sight to ]  the' North Pole/ would be  second  in  conirnand of the party,  f   The  Aero   Club    Committee,    after  hearing Jean  Callizo, French.-aviator,  .who  recently  claimed   to  have   made  aai ascent of    13,<J00    metres   -X.4 2,651  feet), decided    -unanimously    not    to  aypgaster his record. oC August 2$, and  to disqualify Callizo  for. life. .  M. Briand, foreignminister, acting  ��������� as presideait of the allied conference  of aianbassadoa's, lias formally notified  M. Stresemami, Gea-many, . tlaat the  allied army of occupation in the  SUiinetaud will be reduced froan 70.000  to 60,000 anen. Details of tbe reduc-  Hlons will bo announced later.  cfaiStdhtary *'to-tf^-either1?"'-etherr;~?: ot  chloroform to produce ;-.yimco^sci^������^  ness in surgical cases. Gauss recently  introduced'- another meafas;VaTpiire "gas",''  etit'itled   naarkylen/ made   of   purified  aeelyiene, but for vai-ious reasons its  use  lias* .not,.-bp^o-me.-..ygp-jieral.^ - .-���������-_  , ,:-.lt .-was;!..,-npt <:-aaiy,-danger..connected;  with  the  use;.:of;etherpr ���������chlorpfoa^a  that induced, the,'attempt to  produce  ID."'1,07,. tint 1'ihlo i disib,mfdrt'?coniseb'ted,  with theiryy.se;    Many sick people are  | unpleasantly .' -affected" by'  e*li.er   '.oV  I chloroform; ,.;the? feel of 'the mask, ibe  ��������� choking     sensation.,     the ' knowledge  I that" they  aro  being  put "to" sleep by.  | force, combine-'to make thean nervous.  J Oia   aW^ltfetaljIg tK^'?;^.ireffte"ia|ued with  thirst.   '"' . 1''"'"     .    ,  E. 107 does aiot have to be breathed  inf Tt���������'!������ applied by means of a. gsyringe  aaad "works-"'fa-oasi '���������; the ���������'" iaitfestiaaos: -'-'In  eight to���������"''fU'teeh" mttautes the "patient  Calls i'b;to?''a''natural sl^'ep,- lastiri.sr for  several liours, and fc-efe' iat>' after  effects on awakeniaa1?. It. is a" sleep "of  Bait is h! miconsciO"usness: during- '��������� which- no  pain can be- felt and --ajnuscles- are relaxed?- The drug has no effect upon  the 'heart, but sometimes Effects ������������������������������������the  breathing.  Ocber  physicians  related  their experiences   to .tli-e   society.  ,    About...; a  t housand cases of operation s with E.  to7   w.ere  reported,  but the medical  jarofa^sion does not consider it possi-  ble to  foriii a definite opinion'as to j-  the value of the'drug'until far more |  evidence had been, "collected? "'For'they-  present   the  use  of !E. -107   therefore  has been, confined to a rfew great surgical   stations   for   continued   expell  meats.    ���������.���������,-������������������....-       .;       :.-.  SUNDAY SfH@0I IFMM  SEPTEMBER IS  THfc KiNGDOfv'iy.jjiySDED  W-. .1? Jackmari.'oC Clover Bar, -Al-  'bertit,' ��������� is imw oia his way to Biaerios  Ay res, Arge^ihefv: wh<-a*e he will nialce  f his headciiiarfefs as representative of  the Canadian Wlifeat l^ool for South  Anatrlc-a.  -:Mr? 'Ja'clcman lias'been on  Mothers, Your Health  - / i ���������    .    . .-     ���������  Must Be Up to Par  ��������� ��������� -       ���������    ���������  [tbe boai-d of directors foa- th6 Alberta  ?Wheat   Pbol   since   tho   formation   of  1 tliat  d'rgjuiaKatidn.f'He bas resided in  j Albea-taVfor Over f 22    years,    coiaiing'  i irt J905 frbisi ' the 'bid country to"' farm.  i Euring-'"liis   residenc,e   in  Albert*!, be  j lias  always' taken'��������� ..an  active interest  in. 'fanners'"  orjj-auizatiohs.    ills "ihtir  .mate   knowledge   of pool    otaeratloEis.  his orgafitiziug- atad    business,   ability  and his knowledge"   of    the    Spanish  language "^^^^Maysi Jhcfcrnan to be a  splendid, representative  of the  Cana*-  dian. Pool in South Aaaierica.  ��������� _ y"-" '*���������'������������������ '-���������>'   * '.���������>������-������������������ .'���������.-.    ������������������      i. ���������������������������-���������-: ���������'  Heat Stored Underground  Man  To  .Should Bore Holes In. Earth  Obtain Heat Supply  *Man slaculd bore holes to set heat  from the interior of the earth instead.  of -destroying a highly elaborate substance like coal, thfe British Association of Sei-vice was told by J. L.  Hodgson, aneclianicEil engineer.  He declared that heat -stored- in  great spheres inside.the. egxth is at  least 30,000,1)00 times that available  in the world's coal reserve. Hot rocks  are found ,he said, only about 33  miles below tbe surface and much  hearer in volcaaiic areas.       :  The speaker said he advocated Qiril-  ing shafts five miles ? a part.   Workers  boi-ing the holes would be protectfed-  by beat proof; suits'j- Lneludin?? liquid  air coatthinera to' supply-' cool da*y   a������.  The lecturer.pstianatedi.-th.at a,cubic  S -���������-??,..,'f-Vy^  _. ^.^,,x   .. <,..H.   - ������������������8"������etli'i-'be!fpr^  dSttruc^^tl and' a haughty, spirit tfie|������  Ife^i^fc&gi^s -16.18v    '?   fcfeJ  Lesson:   1 Kings  12.1-24.  -*-' -De-vbi3bai^r;It������im'm^'^Pi4oV^^     -'IS  ���������20-2.^y-u;y-v ������������������  * y*:-- <'?Ex*(51 a nata on &/-andr������^rvmerats-y: ri-A-r-::  ^ tUr:* Thfe?-;Iteq.ue'stf . ioE -a ;:vthe?-->5;^ople,  ^resrses?- ,������~5.:;~, .|l^la,pb^am^'-Solomon's  Successor, went to ^lifichem aaid there  the peqnle, -thi*oaagh Jeroboam --the' ison  of.yr>febat Casked r������qr,A a;i j*jeduti*;lou,r;pf  .their., lam-dens.,,. "Tlay father made our  yoke    grievous,"   ' they    saiti. V- l^hp  "yoke" was an emblem' of sefVituclG';  ,eo,ajui.uu*e , Jpsua'a words.. .- inr, Ivlattlaew'  11.30, V^he  people  had 'beenV-jieaviiy  "taxed by  Soloahon,  arid  forced  labqi-  "'tisad-���������'��������� been; -rieqUia-ed.*   Rfecall-'Samaierss  prophecy When the people* -demaixcted  a kisasr. 1 Samuel 8.10-IS. and read 1  iftitigs7 4.7,  22-26f 6-;ivi3;i;,tb gefe-hbw  Solbandn's extravag'ant doUrt^^nd'-'his'  4 mmense. baaildings anj st have i jaaipov-  erished  the popople^ ,, "Now, aflierpfore  naake   thou  tlae   grievous   service   of  ���������thy father', and his heavy yoke -wfrichf  he fput upoai uSj,; lighter; t and������ jwp will'  servo, thee": .this  was ,the   condition-  bid" which tlae 'Northern Tribes p-pEerealr  to pledge their loyalty    to   "iaie'r iiew!  Icing.-The king W'as,not reacly to ans-  wer  the .-Qepple^ '; and   asfced   th������m, to  leave" and fretum' in tliMie clai's'" tiriie.;  ��������� "Rehobb^m/S -first'���������'"mistake,   was   in  Avaiting for the advice of any one? liRn'  pwm heart should .have told him tlaat  ihe request Of the people was just and:  right, and insteadfbf -asking for:-three  days' delay he; should have: answered  at once, "1 will malae: yoaaa*:yoke lighter." How the people wouid have made  the  valley i-ing  with:' their' slibtttV of.  '^ong, live,;the King','!, It is .always a  nasstake'toy consult   others    -about,  a  plain 'diuty'."������������������[���������"' ',,'','".'���������   " "''" 1  II? -The King's Good ' CoiitisfellOrs;  verses^S, 7.���������-"What shall I answer the.  people?" Jeroboam asked Of the meai  of: exp^flencfe, the eldfers, of "the peo*-  ple.- who had been iri Solomon's-serJ  vice. "If yoUfWill yield* to the people's will Tor the-present," .they ire-  plied, "and will do their will and  speak, well to them,then: they will become your servants for ever.'  seem to counsel fair- promises rather  than actually fair "dealing, yet"tliey  -certainly advocated-;conciliatory mea^  sures. .   - * ,;  That is tlae best governmeni which  desires to make the people happy, aaid  knows how to make the*ui happy " ���������  Macaulay. <  Nuimber  te  Of    Wceritfh -sE(iraplbyeBS-  ���������;;-'      '������������������}���������-���������' R^pldlyMlivcrea:slragi?--?y [r:-'~-  The rapidft advance" s that ?; worhen-  have made - numfericaiiy-'into ?riailroad-  ing - during ' the   *pa'stf seVeu';years'" is  sigaialized lit figure^ - jiublisheii in ��������� tlie  Illinois? CentralVMagazineV^ ^It reports  that' in the period iunder review the  nuiaiber- of wdmeri. eanpibyed'oh Class  i steam; railroads'has intsreased ?thor<S  than' 50 per- cent.   !Tney iiow cosisti-  tute   one-thirtietli' of "^the  total   statt.  Their number in 192"6?if3 given as 61,-  302y - :- ������������������'��������� -1.-'������������������'������������������ -'-*   '"-?>'' ��������� -.<������������������    ���������*������������������'���������   -'??-  j ' Women were employed   in ��������������������������� ahnost  ���������every "branch of - railroad service last  yeafi iricludingi two 4nr-? train?  operation and 290 in   ^shopworlj;^   but    tl*ve  anost - nufui^rous   class*-was   natairally  -that engaged in -r ciepical ��������� an<l- semi-  clerical   OccuUationSi   accounting: i for  51,1271" the -magazine ^reports; >??: The  next largest  class ��������� in? 1926, .was. j that  They f'omployed-- in cleaning; fnamely.^ 3,332;  I other  large   figures. being impersonal  |-s"ervic������" ��������� -   <waitresses;   "laundresses,  fetc.)3- 1,814,  and  telegraph  and   telephone op������-a*ators, 1,427;  Naval   Men   Excluded   -.  " From  Active  rohtics  CannotMake Any Speeches Or Serve  On Com'rysittees  >faval meai will be virtually excluded fa*oan active politics by a new order issued by the Admiralty.  The order forbids any naval officer'  or man to ma5c%'i*f%.Address to1 elec-  toi;s or in any. manner altow himselif  to become,:.a candidate -for Parliar  ment. The .prohibition applifte also  to tlwot Pa.a*liament of. Northern .Ire-  land, the Free State VDail .'and a?he  Malta Paiyliamont, and forbids speakr  ing oi* appearing on'the ������>lalf or ih at  CHOLERA, CRABVSPS,  FAINS IN THE STOMACH  RELIEVED Wi  nlle ,-o������ hot, ;rock w ould yield as much j P^Uc������V ���������e^tings or 'ri���������tiTilJS on elec  heat  coal.  as .bm-ning   200,000,:000  tons  of  A New Frock For School Or Playtiarae  Smartly, simple  IrsVthis; clalc   frock j  Tjoaatl������aaa, hnt-,.~-*fDaaa,1nf!; oaao of nay  nsxpciitant po.riods I was ho weak n-nd ner-  ���������voiih i conaKI not nvl ai>juiia.lr >.u,y Jiusml  ������ai-he<l, I h'XiHieiivy all the timo and. suf-  .fcjrt-il with h!������*Ic Rtomai<:h. 1 wae advised  1-o luko'Dr. riiH'cir.s Favorite 'IVcscrip-  1ii.|H, and tailor I bemija tiiUluK Jt I K^t  ;������V.iiH fiii*1. 11 ri-lH'Vi'.rl an-.i -iif :da tli^ lead  ������������������ffi't'tH, iiiikIh a IK* nviiII iiikI. Htroaiaa;, nay  aicrv.'s r.-f-i-f! KofHl, naid I knpt w> well I  ���������miill 1 <ln [lII itiv ������iwu worls tiaid 1 had a  1ija������ li<*alaliy l������a\>y,  I ai,--.. Jim] sliul T>i. Th-fii:',-! T^f/ironli  IV1IM a Itfnp I ho Hloimich, liver aiaad  Imam-Ih in purfiicl. avorUiiiu <irflor aiaad  aiover i-aiiH^ rliHlrci-w.1"-���������-JwIrH, JamcFi  ('siii*|������h<!|l��������� 100 lijli'triurm Wt. (picturu  iiImu-c)      All rlrlliwastH,  S*ii(l Kin liil>, PicrcV'rt I.alioa*i\tory,'ai  I'.Ti>lj.M'li'n'|������, <>ja1 , if y������na d<"Hii'*v n I rial  ]>ktl, \''t*\-*iril*i lVusca-apti-.in UilalotH or  Jii>!i-;rinl  l'i!lli'.1ri.  hnvltajj; a two-piece shirt'' sbirrod' to  tlae bodice. In View A the high heck  Irt" finished With ;a round" collar and  the long nleoves aa'e gathered to  awirrow Ava-Est-baaads. while Ju View ~R  coaatrastlnp: anal.crtal Is uhed for the  pat oh-pockets, ?overfnciJng oaa. the  sqiasaro neck, and cuft's Xhalshing tho  .short, slocvea. "No. \C>42 Ih in Klzes Af-  G. Sand .10 ycaa*R. Sl/e'G reqailrosl '1%  yiirdfl Sfi-inoh, ' or'1V6 yard ii' Kd-lnch.  mal.ortal, land \i yard additional- 3G-  'lnch contrnsLing for>-View B. Price-20  cents lite i.mtLiun, -   . ���������  Make Qlue Froim Fisla Scales  Fish g-laao prepaa-ed frc'.-.n scsales by'  natives of the Con pro? region taa. Africa,  !s xised for witterproofifip!! tla'eir clothes  a s well aasj en noes, Popular Mechanics  inaeaz-ine says. The natives prejaaro  tho iE-hie by aaaixing- the iscahis of fash  w I th twigs o n iv ari bias plan Lg. 'and. boil-  laag the mixture. Tho naatoaial'S to bo  waterproofed are then dipped in'this  glaie. sind allowed Lb dry.  tiou: comhiiLtees.  It is provided that aaaval bfilceris  must seek -permission,fa*om naval*authorities if-they wish to enter the  political field. ��������� -'.'������������������'',  TlTe mortality of piReoaas has been  jaafivkedly rcdiicbd'its a result-of'tho  introduction-of clay! tfti'gets. Why >aot  elny pedestrians?    ���������' r,-y  "It is estianated that $300,000,000  wortia of autOnabbtlefa aa'e stolen- saai,-  nually In tho United Slates. ;  -**j-  "^"V^JII  --ri^-'-rf-T���������   British School boys visit Canada  it   ,    j j <. "-  'pFOWlirJI  :SSzjzS*^f^S������fs%S!>S&  Mra.; D. Lcayit*^^* Back, Bay, -:N,B.,  .writes:���������-r''Ii������Cst ,'eaiaiamear any children  were very 111 with cholera and suffered  severely from cramps' and pains in* their  etomacna. ,?i tried, several remedies,? bat  nothing seemed ,to><lp them' any,?goqd.  'A. fnfend of mm&^tblu riae to try Dr.  "'Pbwler'a'Extract'of Wild StrawbeiT^**. :' I  got a bottle and gave themi a, few ooses  ��������� and,they soon found relief. v Np-jv X will  never be without 'it.fiai the,', summer  months." I'lll.'.    ''"   ','." 1'Si'  "a a'' toon**'Accept'a Substitute  This preparation;tias been on the rnsr-  [ kot for SO years*; put up only hy The T.  Milbus-n Co., Larnitcd, Toronto,. Ont.  ���������     ���������������1��������� ��������� hi- n'l '"^ I .1 ���������irniii ���������     I    I   II    ���������[   ��������� *,    '   '    f  The oaaly thing in the four Gospels  to wlai^la>;-;I-Iin^'ijsr ^yyaViab.ly take ox-  coptlon" is tlio.. itiltlng of tho fatted  calf.,  This is because jL,hoy x-ogarfl tho  cow as .'^uci'.cd.'    ]     .".'".'.   '.',"!  Tho movo lawn itimo^ people' havo  to   mow tho   more   thoy   bora*ow   tho  .' wt>     'in  pilifHS"'''*:'^ m wsmMtSm   """"" """ "'"'"  How To Order,Patterns  Add.refiR��������� Winnipeg- Nqwarapor Union,  I7n  McDerraot   A.vo'.,  VvinnlpoR  Patiern   Ko.  SIzo.  A       I  I  I.'   I ^   'I     *'>  S    ' y,.  Town   .-��������� t ������...  ������ p ������ *-* '  ������ ������ a* *���������.*���������������������������>  m   1S^f  Iff  ���������Ot.  lo  aia  ���������.... .t.  Moul. in on  Honir-ihlnR:   for  til*n  iho  wlllin  nak������v  Hlnrt  iia-gu-  ita������:tat,  ���������'Ti'ia  whan."  tin)   niaaa   with   tlao   nanllw  Uaia1  anowor.  -.*  ..j iij.giii  iX'iii"iiiii^pini  "fr*"r>"^te  ���������;^  -~-"^rVh,"--:y''  #We^atMlle?  Batho .j-aaid rub - A^oll with  Mlnardr8. Soothint-; and ro-  lloving.       "*'"'       .-  LAr>U������]S \V.AJtfTKD; ^0,} hO 1'I't-\IN  and ilKhi. sowing ������tylioam% wholo  or (spjaw time':ffWork- nont amy dl������-  taucoj chariot* paid:' 'PAhil...Htamp tor  paVtictilni's; Natlbuail' .Manufttcl urlng  t^o.'.npnaiy, Montrf*ul.  \V  X.  1 a;:m  1  hiiiy  ^Ir,   Li. .waller.  A party of Ila-itlflh public school boyfl nrrlvod ha (Jmiadn. on Satmxliiy oaa  tho Wlatlo SLai- I-haor Albortic lo make a tour of Montroul, Ottawa. Toronto,,  Alf-s-onnailn Pnrk aiid'Nnw York, lo luaconia hfitlor awinalntod wlHa Caiuidiavu  boyii and to ���������undorHtaud tint polntfl of vlow oT on*hor natlono by mraiiH or  pnrtaonnl frlonduhlp. 'fhoy are In ohnrisu of Kov. JJ. S. Followoa-Fairrow, M.A.,  FJt.a,B.,' of ^arnVrldRo.-lTnlvorflitsv ildrd rront Iho haft In Iho front row, ami  tla-A/? irovvard'J. Tto������n.,'I\T.'AM off Oxford Uaalv-,'rally, 011 tlio oxlronve l-lj^ht.  ---*-/���������--7"'  mm*mmmiri  therapionimo.2  THERAFlOlHi No.S  M������. a to������ uaa.dd4.ryCAtA.frat.    u������, * r������*- na������o������������ m  Umln ������)������������������������������.������������������������������������ Ho.mtoWOhronlnWmt.Unmt,u*n.  H<>lt|l>yUuilln<<;ll������vl>t������lik,t>r������mirr Nn,������-������lnrM tn������(l li.viw  ������-Vi.ii *a/������ d. Ui������i������������ ��������� i.������������v������i������ for ������f.BOi. *"><������  Mi  m  11  in  1*1  I  ���������"1  /1***  ���������il  fl!  ���������Ill  III  til  m  m  wi  M  4  in  Mi  fl ;THEC.BEi?ii��
IS'ltif^- ���
C. ;*
-/-��� jr.
*��� j*-:-
��� *s
Tlie Old Reli^foleffenaf^
.......  -.- -    *   *s&-:!aysj# .m^ntisr.:.-;a :vmAM��� ^-M'&%���&i.2>&- ��� MMkt^���������:���-��� -:-a?'
Write us for. inforana tion regard a ng the cria'rkets. We vrtllVsaynow
that so far as we cap? .gee the Woa-ld's comlltioaas -warrant high prices
? for this year's crop, and if- your wheat -is^hahdiSdV^ can
seeno reason for the fariraers taking less thany?1.50 it.bushel, and the
,, pp^sibilitie^^eyf^^a gr gj^jJea!'. higher. price.Thp. big yglprtage;.in ; the-'
y��^n|pa'<^;|^ihe^i^ted|��ia&s is a.jw*ry|||allisli^ coarse
:l:0^te-':-.C|i*e?'n^a:-|^-ia|^r,|^e   are^ieeijil��i;   and. ��fpnded|fReference:  JV
B#nt.';;of-Ntlva;TS^ti��"   :'?5**S' '   J;? fe��  >.     'V����'        f| *     $
V iti' is |.i* .^ ^_     ,-,-. -    . ���      -y-'-'r- -.������ it S^iT ;  i:*M
club,  which? she    attends    regulaJJSF'S
sh^lmgoap^Jaad habits, and is ste|��ly
.'ajnd J��"iidSiSt.ripMS.    She is an innoctSjut,.
^aial^bsriil^Or^i.l. gia*l. It was not ||er,
sister -\vli0SaS3rbu sentenced. She .-^is^,
no relatives here. Her sister i^'llin*
Finland."   -? ���        I'M'-}
"She behmgs to a girl's chab, dip?es
s'he?"  the magistrate* seemed to $ite
Ithe^-aipr^-olll-VWeilj I'Upjtt you Japd
liter, ��� Ifp^SIl? b^ilievei Sshe Su^erstaSds
BY NELEiEiVB.ii4cGL��]^G;
feverj^gttprd,|f|^^ . ybelieveffin
|^ir 1 s ||iifiufis.''|��V;-^fonlgh's^elu^s either.
'^on|ei^ |||nd-ipirI|Kha^3 tcwVmuch"' liberty Itliespdays, and* that's why tlifey
are going to the devil.    They    dolx't'
��� ������'������- ,-$.&    ' -
���J***      '
y'jiiiii-i.   1i<?'i,=Vjv"
CHf^l!E^,-^l--^ohtm!|^aV "}}r St'trouble ia.-her"heart^Ifihfi facedi? tbfe
TCvery^ -seafC^Ji^Curlrli^ wlsf **0*&Ui&i��is. huaiarl#eager seated-
j ing eyes.
j     Under a
worlg any more-r-they just gad around
to picture shows and get into trouble?;
and the women's organizations Jigx.-'
fcourage them instead of trying-tofre-
? strain   them.     The  old-fashioned -ijjjilrl
I   stayed at home and worked with ^er
lass roof.
ialled.. ��� St is not every    day    s.ucli    a
tlarilling case  can   be   offea-eel   to   the ,
aanenaployed --.public I -A^young t 'girl^i^^^^-^p1 15%: ^^^at,:
pretty  and  welUd^ssfedT fonnd'1ft"*!*��strateyaiPrtyeager, He^voaa
suspended,   by
the laaas-
hvould" see?if
Uhinese?.jien wtUiV^tdiai ItabletsV'in i .^-F3^f^f?f^w�� r?^lf y^W
hor possession, who resisted \rrestVJ ^ei* <^stiohsr Tie -would?-piity some-
iaghting like a wild cat, injuring an jthm^ of thc f<2ar of tho-lavr into her.
officer/: and now "refusing    to    say    a]These Fi,m ^irls!  He    knew    them;
r.1   word, is no ordimft-y  attraction.
: hadn't   lie  had  enough   trouble   with
them 1
--**   ���' ^A-Ladyy^'-^-f   ) always tiasM'g^aatci^^ii^iQ
* ^> ���,iv;A:*Si��d*��Braj^(-.-i-8adm
��� ?-y?-'";f ?-??';'   -?^vvBi.b has'���f'-V'8?i-sfao.es jpolishLed.';:widli-:-;-'i: -?
;,;...i>.,f        }i:.        ?;...���,.���        ,      ,\9!&)J      V-     f   '- :-.-...:        V      ���       f_
fore's a...''Xu4��ei,' ahade forAevery shoe madei
Llllle -"Hdps Fur This Week;
Baat   now  the   naothers lare
^ifillp^c-V^^d^and the ^-Is
av^Ott_J"^^s^s^t;^te'i&^?cbelr club'^|y .1.
blani^f-t^hp ^lu^ %dmeni. of this . city
for tlae devilment that geos on anjjfjig;
the young people, ���for the hoane ^aas
gone..., ,.Xr. tell. -ySn, aflaere's no religion
^y/UV-^-V-V' ��>. W'Fiw'? '-iri-'i
         _ going to be'U^gr__
sho^m^^ith bi^bii&ki^Mik^4i^#f# ^^i}m^ .st^yy-M^
showing   through   the- skin   of   their Ig,rl Speared to  be ^ery &aghtened.
or  so  gone,  disclosing hairy chests; ]arrestet1' Your Worship, I think,"" he
or      _   ���    ���_,, _���      ... t
���weedV-yoaiths,-pimply o^fneo; -sstoop-?'-'-8'"--
^s_;^   _,...���,     _     ���.^��.    ..St..��� I  am not yet   convinced  that this
girl? does -hot*   uaiderstaha?-yEriglish,"
.. ^^]der^?.;o"|4p*c,, ,,^m    ;,.., .....'jvj.th,.  yelnj-.
noses' and" neavy 30W1Cfpumed.'"''d'oSvii'
<o the baatt like old " cigars; eager-
laced women, excited . and sti-ident,
Hie boudoir-cap t*'p,p, hungry for sensations tp,,_ fl*i,.Fthelt*^i^ip- -^ay^.;, Jf flat
dwellcrs.^fbargtd.ife J|u.Ea?*t|rs, Scjm-cipon-
ea-s, secure' iai their law-ahiding virtue, they came crpwding in. hungry-
eyed and jo-5tliiagi"VTh��tir "liberty, was
sweet to these women this moraaing
when con templatiiag^-thes prospeefcyof
another woman's possible loss. It
gave them that pleasiarable thrill ot*
eoariparative via-tue.y^.,-:���._���-.-, ,r- ^.v-y-? ,-
The Press table'wjat=5 full.1 It looked
like a heart intea-egft? s stpry-.���* ���V rPalp
-thJ-iU^.. stuff���-loveTyV""' out " snis'guided
llelnii's^casey was.j|ie first _ caiiedy
The? police?mati%riVbroiai^at lier>lri aWd
sat with her. Her face was pale, but
there was no shrinldng -pr,:fear in her
eyes, and the eager crowd, whose
eves were all fixed . on. her noticed
that she anxiously -searched' for
someone. Her friend would have
conae if she were well enough, Helmi
thought, and. again her rage kindled
against the fate which! prevented hea--
-froaaa carrying out iIlb very tirst ��avor
her dear friend had asked hereto do.-
Sho would know, though, that it was
through no-fault or carelessness ct
herffV . Mifybe. slip had .died for lack, of
(hat Sriodlelite tlaey had" 'taken' aWay
irona her. Maybe her dear fid end had
died���-and. there was no one she could
ask.    Sho'must aiot ask���that was the
his'Worship snapped, "that is a point
to be decided, and she can save her-
f-eif a lot of trouble now if shP^will
rtell us the whole story."
'*" i/*Wha���;is your jfhaiaSe?"-
:*��-~Th& ihterptretba? gp6ke  to her.
"Helani MHander/' she answered.
"" *' Yesryfthaiy naitte sia weii,; known - ^ny
lliis Pbairt5-^!' haii���-���tlie pleas^���painftal-
jliity  aaqt long  ago of^sending  Anna
'Mil aiider'to" JaiV^ w
For I reckon .that the sufferings of
this present tiuie iire not worthy to be
cbmparefd. with "the glory which shall
be, revealed in us.���Romans viii. IS?
'Mi    *~
Mr��i Wilson'ft Experience a
Guide to Women Passing
through tl\e Change of Life
Ilaanllton, Ontario1. ��� "I Havo taken
Bovcral bottles of Lydia������l3,P1ar��khnm,a
abli6 ? Q 0 m-
aaS\U'B'}^-&W$M3.   ������*..,     .-, _...
iVHl^^i^siMi^i-^iiV?!?:::;?:! pound and I can-
n o t ape faIs. 10,0"
highly oi it ns I
w ns at th o Change
oi?i,Lil!e, Eand wa'��vi
'.a I run-ddwai tuad
had no l*ppbtite,
I rwaaa very woak ;.
and aick, aaad tlao
palrip'.jriVmV,' htotyz
W 6 i.* c 'a a. b a. d 'I.;
mm^mLmnmimmmm-mBmmmmm, coul (jhairdlyanovo.
W^!F^B.wn!?^^���g*BJI got vor;*aV&ndvaiV
timfss amd-thought I hod nor q friend f
Si on earth.    1 dad aaot caro af I lived or
!*   died;    1 ivfiH veiy' n��*rvoci;��i, too, mad
,-; did not ko out vcay much.   A iriPaad
.;.   advised nao to try a bottle of Ly<liu Jd.
V I'aaakhftiu'H VegotJiblp Compound, ho
V I did.    I atra n lara��a<3a.**.��i.wafe, and al-"
���,'  v-'My-.i wfirketl hard mi til Iratnly, aud
;<? wuh in bed foritwo,monthfl.  1 bepcwn
'1   to  IVel like it aaow wo main sifter tho
���*  i\vM. bottle and I rocoftamondfit with.
jvfn'at. tnicccHu, ailsp T^rdin K; Pink-
?   liuaaa'H Liver rills,    1 nan wiJlinj?",to���;
V, jnirtyver letters from women u.slrihR'
Ki abolit your medieinas, n.i  1  cunnot 1
Ji  rijionk  too  haiyhly.of thotml,"- ��� RJIrff,
,,���   Kiafti/a.  WaxsuN, 471 .'Wilaoia , Strttot,,
;'   Ilurnilton,' Ontario.
f       tuAA )>y drugfijiwitt every where     nl
attacking  a policeman.   Have   you   a
sister named Anna Milander "
*    Wlieial the interpreter !a|ut;; -theVaxies-
-tipn, Helmi ad^nlttedihaf she had but
���ai^'kno-si^ng^Mii^ftfe n&gistratp- hadi
ssiid, she  did not know the-" implica-.
tion.     The   Interpreter   did  not   gTve
her ������ya-lj'ay tliali . he..-had 3- saidfi? f'     ^^ f , f' V
"    Miss Itodgers wa3 on Tier "feet an in
a  momenti^���"Your  Worship���~,"-y she
began.'.- - -'s-������-*     ���  ' ? ~ ���������' y ���'���" '���-���. ������ ['��� ^    ������ '���'
v ��� The ' maglsb-ate ordered  her  to  sit
down.   __:>?������-."���       "y;.;��� V'l V \     :-. "-T  -
"I demand to be heard," said Miss
Rodgers, "an Injustice.?- is beiaig ,-done-
this girl."      ' "V   " " ' ',:        ' ;'
-'All, in good tiane,"jsaicl the magistrate sternly- "You will get a chaaace
to speak, but yon eaimpt Interrupt
this court."        yy. ������',.? \   lis,   'V--
There wore aaiumaaars in tho gallery.
���"Served -her, right   to  be  set  in  her
'place!."'     '.'.ia'pe,   .? dbpsh.' t... '-Magistrate
Windsor know how to haiidlofa case,
No- one ��� can' put'1" kriytlii'aig : over   bti
hian."    Tho planply faace loafers wore
having a positive thrill. They -gloated
over: Jlolmi's pale face; with, ita proud
dflbfiance.    She would get Jail as sure
'^s ?^Iiio"'-*wlas: tip. 4bch??high|S^jjind ;:.whon
yhhp? Cian4p oU|& slaib couldn't pull that
���-BtufCiom-;theani V Crlr-lsVjtfBtiout' of jail
were not so uppjlty^, tlaey  wore  glad
to have aaiyoaio slao'-tv'    tliom    around.
They nudgod. each othoiv ,
..."Notf,, I...want,,, ypli., t^,^peak,"   the
magistrate said slowly, and. -speaking
Iaa y'jai' lopK-dl8iUa��hcb'*;:yoico.'^Ho 'seo.rnecl_
(to ;"thlnTt, If fio spol'tte loudly 'filiig JriVist"
undprstimd.    "You aro bKher" aai old
diandf ai. ;tfhlfi bUBlixosf],. young- a^ndi' In--
noconl as you Took", or you au-o'hlding
43pm<300.Pf',- yp\i iriust s'pUak... 'Jaast 'stiy
theiaauio of the porsoai who sent yoaa
tb;i^iam's'foa''dopo/|'  f V,'','.".'
' Ag;aln"tho intoa*i>'rot��n-' tp'oko 'lo 'laer,,
.juid'jh��V ca'bwd/walio'd.'' ;'     ;''   '"   '
nolaVil' slitkik" l'i6v'h'nnfl.'w- '' '"' '
JV|Tht)i apo*l\ ba-okptj^'tbai.t, ,sa.ml�� thP
gnliau-y- rohixtul,' -a t%Tt?tlc nf whispers
crackloil ovor it, llko a gaist off da*y
.leavoB. ���-' ? Vf ��� ���������, i;  -.! y'' ! ;V .-;'.' 'V" " '' :
-."Sll-Phco!"   coi'iaiaaauded   (lie   magls-
i.a-uto, anid aigaaJaa  tlae tig la tuning emaao t
Iii thP Co'iii'tV   Tlio air wsim heavy now |
with .;wi*iwaBhcia  humttnltj-, .perspiring
foot, bad, breath,  racontod soap'.  Out-
irtad<��,  wagoaas, a*attlod ,l��y,   utroet  cars
(.'Iriaaged, '  '-
"Uati'any pna-soaa nnythhig, to.Hay?"
hskPd tho antiglfitrnte, loolcl'iag -xvi'dtia-
. full y at MIiIh 3 tvbdjisoa'ei, avl 10 .t-ana n . foa*-,,
""trivo your mim*\" comaaaaiuIriTi lhe
nataglatrato fliernly. "and Iio brlof."
"T'hln you-nn g;3r!' Unz 1ir."d Jn cur
iiadRhhnrhood for ibrt-c- snonllafl, alio
lH-%tri  a  Koott  ������bMrnrN'r,"    ���nahl    Mini*
in* thp'^honaps any more, no respect
-fpriTa^^no-fchiiig but birth control
clubs, "political 'clubs, iaridge clubs,
while the young girls and boys steal
cars, joy ride anal snuff dope. There
yb-ca^sare!" ^ ���    '���-
The cliff dwellers were enjoying ;it.
They .did %aorT belong to ihe \ women's
organizations, so he didn't mean
thpmV?V-,yiV , ;-
Mr.' Terry-came foi*wa"rd "and asked
^;hpg^ight;;;-give evidence. ...   '
"Tlais.' giri-'s mother cannot bq
blamed,*.' heisaid, "she is dead.: Kelmi
has been here only a few months. If
��� oi?P'sot!iety-;!gsiB?;thp' ��� 'state-?ybu^ss^-"
"Give yoiar evidence, S��r," in||r-
rupted the magistrate; "this is a cotart
of law���you aro not s>rea.ching? -remember.''        ��� r l���: ;'"y~r<- K.
"Tlie- girl is | doing    an    ho"norabie
thing,"   continued  tlie minister.- "She"
is  suffering*for  some other person's
aaisdfeds^-Vi{0'Ee must have    gone ,i?to
Sam'i j*d^be*fOr someone. I know||he,
.gir*;.; she is. honest and innocent.'^
"T??et laer speak, then.    No    oTae|f is
stopping her. , Let her clear herself."
c.  "It iwpuld/fbp an iniquitous thingVtp*
send this girl to Jail,. where-she "|?ili'
associate   with. Vpyi1   women.   I   pljtad
fOrrme^ey; V siiS- struck the policeman
in. her fright���he says so, too." ? || ?
v The crowd in the geillery were rje^t"
lesSiV iThey jj-pseaited; Vtihe    preacher's
comiiag  into* the play.    The   mod^rn'
preacher; Iwlao, comes bodly into 'PUb-
lice life"without Apology is. a jarring-
note In tlie, complacent ?philos6ph|f of
their* class.V? Theyf had much the siame
conceptioai of a preacher as the m?g*-
Istrate had; -Preaohears 'should be'sina-
pering,   tea-drinking",   bazaar-ope^lng
'curates,, pallid and dandruffy, witH'Vde-
cayed teeth.
,    (To Be Continued..)
But  all  through; life  I   see  a   crPsBr
Where  sons, of   God   yield   up   their,!,
V'brea.tli;"'':>'"??.:??' ������';.--V?;~ .   :
Tliejrfp is -cap gabt except bylbss?    v
ThearP is iio life escept by death;      ;��� -t
There is no vision but by faith,   ""."'
Nor jgloa*ybut by bearing shame.
Nor justice,but by takiiag blamed
And. that Eternal passion saith,
"Be   emptied of  glory and right and
"name."���Walter C.  Smith. -   .
Th'e prime condition of a life evei"
found is a life ever lest. But there
arc tamos when wo all feel poon^and
bare .and sad for our losses, and* wonder whether it was not all wrong
when the treasure , was takeai. away.
If we are j>oo*r because we stand true
to lifo and duty, we are poor only as
the sower is poor^ because he has to
cast his; wheat rinto the: .furrow j and
then W-alt- fbr the sheaves of harvest.
Our poverty, theti is our wealth,, and
our. loss our gain.���-Robert Collyeiv
is a profitable companion.
It removes the odors of
dining or 6mofcing��rom the
breath,, soothes, the mouth
sCnd   tongue,   allays  thlrs��
Eskimos Grateful To DentisfJ-
Do  Not   Mind   Havt'h'g   Teeth   Pajjied
���*- Says Professor Waugh
EskLmos like to havo their tooth
pulled, says Dr. lu. M. Waugh, professor of orthodontia in. ihe Colaiasabla
'Ibiibbi "dt "dental and- orial siirgery^ in
a report sent from tho ^ Labrador
coasl^ "where ho, Is;'r^'|:vrr^4ug' ^ on 're-
sear cites .-.with ,,tho fcBsklrn.p: tribes in
Nortlaetft Labrador1 iind tiio" Ungava,
Bay region. ?V
'Eskimos make. ga*ateful paticijits,
wlao*I their conflHetifce is ouco gained,
stafos l?>a*. Waugh, and extraction.
^brings;.B.mllP8 instead of wry faiccs.
'. Alter hp had oxtracted toethVfrom
d group of I/abradorfVB^lctavaos, including fou.r ..womeat, ^ind live aneii'i they
smiled and* thanlrotl hlaai, ami ajl said
that.'.'U, dldaa'l hurt atVall." Dr. Waugh
laadldatos that thia attltaido ih i^aaa-fic-
teriw.tlp Of all.his iCsiklmo pntietits.
Baby's Own Tablets are without an
equal for?little ones. Proni-the.fiaew-
borh -babe to th�� fgrowjrig child ? thPy.
are-an absolute ?^ai"eguarcl tb health.
Once a mother? has used thean ? she
will use nothing else., Thousands of
aliothers always keep them on hand.
Among the mothers -wlio state that
Baby's  Owii^I^T&t"iif!$-a%^e.--fVthe'V best
medicine for .littley ones    that    they-
know of is Mrs. Russell Hill, of Nor^
wbbd, ��nt.    Her" fexjieriehceVwith the
Tablets should be; of: great benpfit Ho
any mother who has not already given    the ? Tablets  a , trial.      Mrs., Hill
says:���"I have ;five;fl*dp healthyfchU-
di-eax, ancijiom the  youngestf to tho-
oldest they get no other, medicine but
Baby's Own Tablets. : When? our baby
girl wias eleven . months old ; She won
second pi-ice   at  tho. Norwood VFaiiv
and when  she was   a year older she.
won  first  prize  hv competition   with
twenty-Pight other babies; It wata the
Tablets that gave her-the health arid
development to carry off these prizes.
I ��� always-   delight   in   tplllng   ; other:
mothers what the Tablets have done
for, my. children."'. ,.    . V '   V,,
Baby 'a Own Tablets Varo sold by
medicine dealers, or by mall, at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williaaras'
���Medicine  Co., Brockvillei  Ont. 3
The Danger Of Forgetting
Finest t��leotlon in Cftflall^ Com-^.
pleta suppaiea tor all kindi of
aiuntlna trips. Write for valualUa
iliuitrated cataloo���free.
'.'   e0.;K'!jMG.-.^Vi^Eisr'> : TORONTO
'-h=; v &ays Prince^ban Stand; If ?? '*'-
Th&\ i^ing d6esr'" iaot1 ] believe5 the
Prince Vpf Wales' 'is ipatdltag too strenuous a life. Is the "'repbrt': pf a conver-
satioii; which. XIarryf Wright,- an offices
in tho Bforecambe Corporation* had
withvHis Majesty near - Iiancaster,. as
told in the Weekly Despatch,; They
talked  about  the   Prince,   ahd   when
��Ii. w r��gm, - vcutur��u ,i/Ht3vj.i��iuiv"jj.- !.������.
he was working too hard, the King
said: 'Tie'is a young man, and can
stand.it.. Of course, he is fond, of
ti*avel, as young men always are, but
when they get a bit oldpr, tliey aro
not as fond of going abroad, are
���thcyVy ��� ,y."..-
! Ifaibby-r-'MIurrah!   , yyn
lanvo a holldday tomorrow!"        j-.
Wido-T-'Tlood! You can    clean
collar and tho attic."
going     to
It's  hard .to "'mend  ;i bad?ba*ak  in
yoaar conversation. '
British Emplrtr Tha*ough (Modesty
Losing Sight Of Accomplishmente
��� '���'��������� During War
'.. Lord* Ilaig ronalpr^d "a service to
the 1'lmplrb by his presklontLal speech
at the co-nfereucve of the British Kmi-
plre Service League. It was' high
time that some one should speak out
boldly -and frankly about tho magnl-
llcent accoanpllslianeuts of the Eahplre
Iai tho Git-etat Wiar," tho la'nprecedeaitod
bua-dens: it Ehouldered. not only on ita*
own bohnlf, but oia behalf of the
whole of civilization." Ow; Incorrigible habllyoC bftllUlh-ig otir own ef��ort��
nnd applalading thoai* of oiar neighbors has In thls-.insttmco been carried
a; gobd'aloal: too Car, boj^h fpribur, safety
and'our self-respect. J (.'"has allowed,
tho ,projiaganda. of''.nallpn^ iaot tlanJd
In jaolf-adulation to ^onylnchthr- world
that'it   was  tlaey,  and  not  avo,  who
bore tho main burdt-n - u fact (hut |h j
ovcoodlngly daamigiaag lo    our    aaanie
and  a-nputaf ion  sibro'.id.  That  flan  dniaa- !
ngi*> doerf not end there:  for '-'tho Iriaah
Is tlaat, with our o\v>a oyordorie iaaod-
nuly find, the .overdone cliilm.q of oth-l
r.rr,, v.-<-  hnvo  ourr'f'lvi-;-,  bc-jriari to  for'.
get Ihe glory of tho port wi* p!ay��*d.    J
"TTiavo you any choose"?"
"Ves, wP��vm gpt !��onu��-nl^ot. ���I'oiliag.-
"Oh, hill wo doai'l, live In n ��*r>il(ig-'-
tany utorai. Wo live- in 11 iai no ji'vurl-
aaaoaat  hotlHc   now.       Havo     yoaa     any
Clacosp  Ut  for tlaat��� ROJ't  hi. plJjrp'."'
1'.    ..���     1.        , .    ���
Mlimfd't*   Llnii*i<a��)t   o^iteu   ��or�� - foot.
Do Yoii Cough ?
* lJnom by Koaiaacdy
Huclpla. Ont.���,fI caught ft jmvprfl cold
flawl could aaot uccm to gQt rid of it. Jt
iiiHt itluaap tn arsp nttd finally settled in my
bronchial taibca* causing rao a lot of
trouble. Than cpuiajlv woaaha \io more seviaro
at uifjjlit (hah duraiag the day, caaasing
f-lf'i'^hv-ivjai'.-w. .1 i,i.i.lt\' dcc'jili-il I ivuiila
try Dr. Picrco'ri Golden Medical Dh-
ooyory aaad by tlao titma 1 bad taken ���>!�������*
libttle 1, ww* ontiroly walicvwi of tho
bronclilal troaablo���way cougla ��li��np-
pcarod'aaad I havo land no troiahhf wil Fi
a oough maaco. Idoaaot tliirtlcappawiai mil
laden nnytlaing l��Af,a��->i' ' for brnm-liiiil
wiwlcrH'Ws'aar dwap-HCial^d wvitgliM thain tin**
*(ii��UUna Medical 1 Ji��fiovi;ry'."���Maivi
Miiry XJiaagaii, 170 Ontario St.
liiiiUiii ...    l;n..l..MU,|UJJ   .���k.JJ,lll��ul ill,.HI.
Write l>r. Pierre, Ihaff.il'j, !Sf. Y., (ot
itiM aaivdicul udvico. ���������*������&:  ISO! -���������OMS^a-k   xatetxmrtss  <fcim*im8       v^aitrghBMira*rjfl,*u-m\M       mm/Mm * mm.*** ir*  Local and Personal  r   SS.se.- Do'pSsoaa &uu~ &aa3ghb������s,g B*tfcy������  :of Cran brook, wer-a* ? Creston   visitors  1 last weefe, y giaests-^? Mrs. Hop wood.  J3.&U1   y-aiSM? , :������i.*������a������,  joaui   yuur  unru, ������ipp!us. ffOhsvrolet  truck fort-8':'"le;'''iii-?'j{iti^:f'iiM������niditipn1 find  a thorough bata-gain.   Call at Erickson  r Garage.  Christ Church fLadies' Guild remand  that they wall have a-booth at the fall  '.fair, Sept. 30th, serving tea and light  "i-i-freshitiernts.  "The name 'Christian,' how, when  arid, ^hars at originated,'" wall,,-be the  subject of the address pb^Chi-ist Church  oa: Sunday morsssng.  At the meeting of the village eouaa  cat   on   Monday night Clerk   W.  O.  Taylor was given a  raise   ia   salary  from $50 te������ $75 per montb.  1'he PoesbyterittijE W;?M,S������ will have  the .Septeris^rVsss^tlng>;:;-o������. Tuesday  aft-sraocn iipki, 29t!jf at -tferee o'clock.  ^tytbe: home of *Mre.NFleetwo������<3,  Mrs? VMc6o5yegal    has    moved    the  "Bach"; from the   Vitskers   hoi^se on  ������������������Vict-oria' Avenue %o the eNMrfeu^r Barton  residence on  Canyon street, next the  Premier Garage.  !(?*?���������������. y������������ -%&.���������>  Rodj?���������������rs  factory will  be fairther  eri  larged and equipped toyraaike the tin  tops ��������� for  the  four   basket   orates   of  tjriT������nn.tjoea, e*t������a '_ " **:-  .  .Reg. USastlake got -word last week of  tue cleatu Ot ilia  I5iOtr������er   wviiiCh   ui-Ciir-  ed at the tamiiy home in the south' of  England the tattea* part of August.  Her illness was 'of short dura*) ion as  word of her passing came within a  week of the letter notifying that she  was under the doctor's care.  Walter and Frank IL Jackson got  the sad news oaa Tuesday. !as������s,������i!!n<r of  the death "of th^ir mother, which occurred At Bufhaby that morning, the  former leaving the same day to attend  the funeral. Deceased ^vas in her 74th  year and for a tame aboait eight years  ago was a resident at Creston with  her aop.^rank.  ~ni:  VL������������4t  il M -57  ������������������J .  for Kochesteav Mann., wnere sne wii*  consult the authorities at the well  known Mayo Barotbrers Tsospltat. Miss  Hanson accompanies ber.  -  For Sale���������-1824 Superior Chevrolet  in fine running'order, all tires nearly  new. It has aiever been abused dy  hard driving. If you want a good ear  come and t**yit, Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  At the meeting of the Kootenay  Presbytery t������f the United Church at  Cranbrook last week the loeail pastor,  Kev. J. Herdmas, was named a member of the standing coaoamattee of  Church Extension.  MmfS*%mmk%mtmmmmtf*mmt  Geo. Rus*croft1l*Sre patrol, of Wvra-  ndel made Kitchner a call osai Monday.  There wait be a dance iu Hunt's Uall,  Saturday- evening, 17th.  C O. Rodgers of Careston was a business caller ht*re Monday. He had  been looking over soaue timber at  Goatfell.  %%��������� Joyce -of The Continental Lumber  & Pole Company, Limited, left here  on Tuesday.  E. Senft of tlie Page & Kill Company, Spokane, has h crew at work  loading out poles at Kitchener.  ISeo. Strong of th* Comaaaercial  Hotel Creston, aaid provincial police  officer McRnhb, ������lsr*������ of Creston, were  callers on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. F. Peters of Kossland,  and Ed. Revem, Kellogg, Idaho, and  Jas.  rYmfir*, Pos-thill. were eallershere  during the week.  Rev. W. JB. Daly was a Nelson visitor Wednesday and Thursday in  conference with Rev. i>r. Clay, moderator of the Presbyterian Chiiarch General Assembly, who is making a tour  of Canada this month.  Provincial police- !L McLaren got'  back at the end of Che week from an  almost two months* holiday trip to  the old home on Prince Edward  Island, which he had not previously  re-visited since coming west over  Vweaity years ago.  Mr?. M. J. Boyd got back.oh Saindssy  from judging at the fall fairs at Grand  Forks and Fruitvale, both of which  were favored with anvthang but ideal  weather. This week she ss at Cranbrook placing the awards in the ladies-  work and cooking sections.  It is expected that the annual sate  5*-f provincial lands sn arrears fo^ taxes  will be held next month and this year  the lands to be sold in the Creston  area will be offered, for a sale at Creston  by the  provincial collector.    AU  of Oreston ea-me in on  trap to Iron Mountain.  Geo. ~5Tour,g  Friday  ou a  Mr. and Mrs. J. f>. Spiers of Creston  Ma*. Spiers was looking over some  ap  predated improvc������isierits that aa*e being- made on the Haant road, west of  Goat Btver. -     ' .       '  Mr, and Mrs, Chats. Davis. Caistoms  officials at Rykei-fc, were calling on  iiitcbener friends, S'riday.  Kitchener s**1mjo1 re-npened on Sept.  6th, with Miss Hazel Hobden of Huscrof ts in charge.    <������$ scholars enrolled.  Mass Hobden wats at her home for the  weekend  ������  ������.-_. j_  !!  hm  ^^i^  the other lands wall ne sold, as  usun  at the courthouse at Nelson.  For a steady and heavy rainfall Sat  urday  broke  al!   September  records.  The, deluge started before noon and  continued almost steadily until early  Sunday morning.    Over   two   inches  of moisture was recorded.    The down-  poaaa$ put the Goat River in flood, and  bay cute near the crooked bridge are  badly flooded.  F. C. Rodgers left at the first of the  week on a toiar of inspection of the  box factories an the bigger ceaitres of  Washington-and Oregon, aa well as  around  Vahcoaiver.     Next season the  GRANDTHEATRE  Fri. & Sat., Sept,  23-24  ~7he true story  of the heroes  of peace *-���������>'  - tLa  Flfl���������  Tho GroateRt Fiotaare of itfl  kind over produoed.  Anglican Church service will be  held in JErickwoar school on y Sunday  afternoon rat 2*J$0.  Bobby Long left on Sunday for Nelson . bigh school where he is taking  Fourth Tear work this term.  Charlie Botterill, who has been  working at Salmo for some time past,  arrived.home last week.  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright was a Naknsp  visitor on Thursday nnd Friday last,  doing iiadging at .the fall fair in that  towi,.  Marcella and Bud Sanford arrived  last Tuesday from Stuveley, Albesta,  nnd are stopping with their sister,  Mrs. Telford, while attending school  at Creston.  Rev. J. E. Healey was a Cranbrook  caller last week.  The playground eqaaipnaent nt the  Erickson schoul has been much im.  proved with the erection of a couple  of swings.  A very enjoyable tiaaae was spent at  the A. E. Pennon home on Tuesday  night when ������ surprise party was tendered Stewart Penson,  Laicalie Maarphy faad the. mlflfortaine'  to break her leg while playing on the  school swings one day last week.  AUTO FOR  SALE  For sale at a sacrifice to close out an  estate, Franklin enclosed car, seats  live, G-cylindor i-ngintvin good condition, rMldaer good. Full particulars  apply F, J. OATTS, Oreston.   *������������������-    ICG v^rGflOl .  Effective  Sept.  1st  Fall  and  Winter  schedule of prices  will prevail, as follows :  MILK  JERSEY-*-7 Quarts for $1.05>  HOLSTEIN���������lOQnarts,91.00  OEEAM  P5nt 30c    i-Pinfc,". ��������� I Co.  BPECIAL MATINBIC���������Saturday  Aftpriaoon, 2 o*olook.  Hhowingairade** ������im a<iK-aic������-m nt Ca'crtton  Vfihintei't*   F*������i*������-   Bi-Ij������'h1(>   hhtiiI  i-o������r-  oiimni'ii������U'tl    by     the    Village  tJotiunlhui'iil^l K.  tegs, gm^ Mtfm.  SH Hg Kl H ij  Hill  PI. A. COMFORT  E!������TIIE  ^PF^iat -*^ai-F I  S^**i ^ ������������������ ���������"i ^   ��������� ' .     *      i ������m n^^,.. ^^^       ^^^ SJmm nrm wri      ***  nrv   ������������������M'a^Mri    ^mm ^mm       v^^ ^.^H^^^r^   w^^ m^  \Wm\Wm\mmW      W^  ���������oral  o III Ski "A      Hfii  1     Ms ft 1      Irf     I     *4f  MEDIUM and LARGE SIZES  WHILE THEY LAST  OPifHnn   of   Qi%im   a  ��������� i%i**^&-B#  Do  B  !  secure  you require  as  tfeese values :;caii3Mot-v-^^^  he  -a  "ff^������ ��������� *-g ' % +  ana if lcKtuij  aV������^W  reservin  easoti is a^ain ^v^itli us  We have in stock to meet your needs  a  an  e: &4'''^erm\^' f>iw' ^*iCKa%/E**~c *:isj\^**%lrmk  **^jrt>Z**#%������*  Ferfect Seal and Improved  White Rubbers for Perfect  ttf^ai  1  Tars.  Kerr-Mason Wide  Mouth��������� Pints,;��������� Quarts,' Half-Gallons.  in above sizes.       nd Gem  Economy and Schram Tops.  Mason-Kerr  Lids for wide mouth or regular size.  JLids and Rings for all ijars.  FOR PICKLING���������Crosse &  Blackwell Vinegar in bulk  and all the necessary Spices.  CANTILE C  LIEM TED  i ff ^ipjiiiifjiijp^warywwiwiM  HB=  BRITISH COLTJ1^[jB  -The* Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals aa follows:    Placer Gold, $78.018,048;.    Lodo Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lend, $106,076,442;   Copper. $209,967,068;    Zino, a60.612,5B7;    Coal  and Coko, $264,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the ond of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108947Q   *  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Minanft Laws of this Province aro wore liheral ������,nd the fees lower than thoeo of  any other, Provinoe in tho Dominion, or ariy colony in tho British KmpSrol '  Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal foes.       /  AbBohite Titles, aro obtained by developing auoh propertios, the Beourity of whioh is  guaranteed hy Crown grants.  Full information, together with Mining-; Boports and Map^, may ha obUiBi<ijd gratia by  addroasina���������r  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  ' VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.-NrlVmtlnuUy all Brltlula Oohmabiu Mineral Pvopovtloa aapriu which dovelopmont work has bwon dono  uroalfBRrUwad In w>me one of tho Annual IleportB of tlao Manl������ter of Ml nun. Those cfaaaiiidrrljaR rutiilnp;  JtavoHtiiaamta nhoialtl rttftar to oucli reports. Thoy aro avalliilalu wltlaout oharpfo ran appllcfttloo to the po-  pnrtnwnt o  Mlne������. Viotorin. B,C.    Reports of lhe G<solo������lcal Survey of Cnniulu, Winch ButUIIng, Van-  ijaMivtn', uii*4������ ������'i.-C(aBararnaJed no ������tilwW(> wmrww nf lanfnrniNtlon.  Ileporto covering each of Uio Blx Mlderul Siarvt������y DimVactH *xo |>uUishua Gepaurotoly^ nnci are nvmi  able on aapplicatlon^  jBijag|J^iy������������te������ffe ������Mwftg^trfP| ?vhb 6&ES?&:Bg bbvib^  The Bulman apple evaporating  plant, at Vernon has commenced  the season's operationq^and  is a>na-  ���������St*  ��������� I.,  ��������� ���������   UiOyinfg   ttj   aiuMuS.     i^acer   in  season it is .likely two shifts will be  I   ..A.l.g.4  I nuKlkCU^  I  You. Tried  k  M^ra* J^.  Vbucmprove r&atSuper-X-will actaaally extend the effective range ofyoua? aho-tAua  %*, to ao yards. Ita close, (deadly effective patterns at extraaadinary distances has  f^wtt-aitat-reaiiendcnassaie. Once used, you wiii never be satasfied with any otiaca?  ****** *  at oca* are many other- exclusive features in Western shells and rifle caartridgeaa- -&**������.  interest ahootera everywhere. The new, hard'hitting, eloe&.abootjng Xpert shell  Saaa won a million friends.  "Do yoaifcnow the advantages of Western Field sheik, popular -wim shooters ibe  SO years? Are yoaa interested fn rifles? -The "Marksman * L. E. .aa cartridge is  Buoow for its accuracy. Yoai ought to fcnow about the Western .yy.no t-Jiga  Vdceity^ and the lubakty baiilet jacket antral that absolutes** fpceventta metal  roa-jna-g. Teli ua yoae aamasaidgn problems-  ia the world fern-mis .   ,  At the irrigation investigation  at Version last month some of the  bi������     orvehardiats    presented     cost  04*.eJr Taa/   a  bos  trtmau  OV  VCItl/EI  nett on apples must be received  to  show a, profit on operations.      X*ast  yearJS3Kcra,fJTauoy medium  Molai  tosh   were   the  only ones to brine  over tlaat figure.  Let us serve you. ^v/sszc ������*  >���������i������  Outdoor Fall Fair  Features of Merit  *rgt _    ������_ >     ������..������ js ,=-=--*������   -������   Ammunition  VIC. MAWSON  ajfMMIMiliiBiii^M^  in  riiH%BgSS8S6aSSSSS5geS B55i  " i n���������.������������ ���������    i i mmi limn  * t������������������'ji������**o������������*������������'*' ���������  *****       ********** ****<���������������**���������      **������m*wmm^  Sealed tenders will .be received by  tlae a������n������Ier*������i*arned aap, to noon an S������*p-  temtier 30lb, 1927, for stumping,  ploughing and Harrowing about ten  acres' of Jbaaatl-kaaowaa as the west half  of thi* Xw������nwii*������,yf..-much.- SO per cent,  of total contract price wall be? paid  when work is well-'under way; balance  at- cVVmplet ibara t������f c������Vntrac*t'". All .work  aniisthecompleted by April 15lh, 1928.  Highest or- lowest tender not ss������?ce&������  snralv accent-tnl. I������V������r������II other pavHcn-  l������rs apply H ER BERT G. CHRISTIE,  Creston. B. C������     -  Granhrook  has raised the salary  of   the   high   school   principal   to  Pea crops on the bench lands at  Bonners Ferry -will average 22  baishels to the acr&  Pentioton   dealers have lust not   ?-������.s^_  the wood and coal business its that  town oaa a cash basis.  prise lists  fnreKha������vde*ve equally healthy uctivi-l  ty in preparing exhibits for Oresion's  I92t f-������Bi fair on Thursday and Friday,  September 29th and 30th. this year's  display in all departments should be  well aap to the standard of other sue*  cessfol affairs.  The awards are much the panne as in  past yeirtrs. In the cooking section  donations of floor are more numerous  and the prizes offered are jaist a litfte  more attractive.- In needlework a  department has been created for girls  tinder fifteen -years, and in tbe school  children's class additions have been  made of three sections which offer  prizes for pane needle basketry, rope  and raffia work and reed and ra������Sa  work for boys under 13 years.  In fche way of s>olor and size 1927  choaald provide cl-'ss to the fruit show,  and certainly the abundant moisture  shoaald help along the quality cf the  roots and vegetables shsSwn, as well as  the cut flowers.  To still further expedite exhibiting  it is nrraaretzed that entries will be received up to 10 p.m., Tuesday, September 27th. and all .the exhibits in  the main baatlldahg. must be placed by  noon yon ^Phnrsdayv :'Septem!ber  29th������  From the proceeds of the Confeder!*  I  I  This season tlie Bulman  HtciF ts, paying*** spot cash  apples delivered at the plant.  evapor-  **J>*\   TT l-.--*^^*^. ������-.������ ��������� a.2 ������������ . ;   5.32*2     cffM*JSa������^CJ . ���������^������5������ft5BlE''S.5;I���������J-55*  35rtVK    %Z������9������������iV  N the Northern Trails of Yukon���������  JL On the rough, ascrns roads of the  up ana aown the steeps  Hockies���������-  Through the almost impassable fastnesses  40*������     rV* MM^tk MAM       ^>ti.|J>>U*fi.  ox xae auanacuan  - Chevrolet is providing ti means of transportation so economical, so dependable, so  -unccnouerable as to he almost 'Sissbclisvabis,  For underlying the *ris������a beauty and lnxary o������  Chevrolet Fisher bodies and the smooth, effortless power of the Chevrolet engine are inbuilt  qualities of lendiarance unmatched by any other  car in they-Chevrolet price clrass.  Yonr Chevrolet dealer will gladly give you a  demonstration. c-tsoc  ������  mazing %jua  in GitevroletHistory  ^vmwviV    mm9   ^^**i^**^r>**    **SJfeJ5*yta*^rf**as^^rfs*������  O my m*    SArA^ S$SSSS.    ��������� * * ������ ������  *g/g������*/i  'W  \T.   ttioadster -    .   -   ���������   ��������� "<5*5  gport Roadster -   -   -    720  .''CoupiEf"'-    ���������"''���������   ���������������������������������������������������    765  Cabtdolet ���������    -   ���������������   *   *    S75  .   ���������    ������    .   .   ������' '750  91S  955  635  643  yMiPivsnEBSsiTi^KS} ���������'}"..  Vss^% wsse^i^a, stsrveyed Grown  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens mt declaring Intention to become  British .subjects, conditional upon resi-  for agricultural purposes.  F-uii iafoKmation. conceittiisa^ segula-  tions regarding pre-empUons, Is given  in Bulletin No. l, Land Series, "Hov  to Pre-empt ImdA^ copies of which can,  he obtained free of cliarge by addressing the Department of Lands. *Vlctoria.  B.C^ or-to" any Ctovenoment Agent.  Records will he granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and "Which Is not timberland, i^������ carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range -and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range. * ���������  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can he obtained from *h& Land  Commissioner.  E*e-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, Including cleaving and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land"  jpiDKCHASE  Applications-ate received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of firat-class  (arable) land Is $5 per aore, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50. per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown loads is given In Bulletin No. 10, Land eerles, "Purchaaw  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or mdustrlal sites on  timber land, hot exceeding 40 acres,  may b������ purchased or loosed, the eon*  dlUorua Inoludlng payment of stumpago,  ,V.';   nontEBlTE LBA8ES i,   '  ; Unaiarvoycd' orcaa 'not caccsiihag 2(D'  acres may be leased as homesites, con^  dltiohal upon a dwelling being erected  In the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land lias been  surveyed.'.'   -    '  LEASES  For graxuig and industrial purposes  areas not exceeding (140 acres may be  leased by ono person or a company.  GtoAzmc  Under the Grazing Act the Province lo divided Into graving districts  and the m������ngu adminLstered under a  Grazing Commlsalonor. Annual grassing permits are Issued based on numbers raueod, priority being given to  established owners,  etock-owners may  fort*-*  n.m������##4mMnYtm,  for  Tn.&m*  fK*m,ttpj������mm  mmii. Wtpo. or partially xireo permits  are available for settlers, camjaers or  travellers', up to ton head.  B KaSilo- b^lia-rdsf were  jgiven- 'ft?  special spray last week by horticiil  turist B, G. Jiunfr-���������for.y-.-black  oan-  kerwy.->--=- ?;,?-.-���������-'.  ��������� f v--:V-y.? ������������������'���������:ls,rS}s '������������������ ���������'������������������'���������  Cranbrook and Fernie are to he  looked oyer as tlie Kootenay basf?  for airplanes that will carry mail  aoarcsM Canada.  48 acres of Alaska peas on tfie  Kiaaght ranch near Bonner-s Ferry  have yielded 32 tons, and these are  sold at $50 a ton.  The worst has happened at Kim  berley.      A ba������pipe band has just  funds to "replace the shield for the  School districts* display which was  won outright last year hy Wynndel*  The new  trophy nrmsfc he won three  1 times before becoming, the peruwinent \  _ property of aany wim.er.  The Jiibilei* Committee are tp?vhaye  chnrge of the outdoor sports and have  prepared a hang list of aracea and other  events, forriV'whieh^ good-r'pri-<ses will.be  given? Ruralachoois are being visited  this week in. an endeavor to work up  a keen district rivalry for the silver  cup that Is being awarded the school  scoring most points in the afternoon's  eventB.   ~ "  Landau Sedan - - -  Impexial Landau Sea&sra  1-Ton Truck Chassn -  Roadster Deliver*^ -   *  Meet et Factory, Om&okks, Otttario���������CavemssssS Taxes Ss^a  Premier Garage  Palmer & Maxwe"t  KW^TENAY'GARAGE, 'Crmwmro&h  PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED  r^eisosS ss jtiaving  been organized with quite a   healthy membership, too.  The pea sorting plant  has  com  ineVaced     the     season'**-*    work    at  Bonners   Ferry,   employing  about  twenty women and girls.  Pentioton is nftid   to have 24 re  ligioais sects.  There are two classes  of  Baptists     Plymouth    Brethren  and off the Holiness persuasion.  Business is so brisk with the  Princeton brewery that the present  plant will be enlarged or a new  and Wftger brewery erected at once.  The  tdurist business at Inver  mere is not only  the heaviest in  history, but judgiiiB by the type of  autoa driven it is also the  wealthiest.  The Great Northern Kail way  agent at Bonners Ferry ie doing  quite a business selling bear bubs  this season. To date he has sold  three of thorn.  V TChe Pentioton branoh of, tho  Autbmobile Asspeiation of B.O.  haa a mem borehip of 210. An auto  bureau will be opened there with a  paid secretary.  White Phao Lumber Company at  Nakuap has thia' season yavded  10,000 oodar poles. 5000 of these  were   towed   down   Arrow  Lakes  from Arrowhead.'  ' Hossland bon.nl of trade is try in������  to attract larger nttoudaucea nt  meotingR,  aaad   will   try   out   the  .\ixi������'iiu\<t,y In nob ffoiMow^slI, hy tlao r������-  Kaalar board session in future.  In tho Okanttjftan the 1*27 apole  hrop  will  be 17  per cent of tho  biis3tip.?r crop <at Wisa. . CsraSmp-ples  will raaat 70 rper ������ea������t; pears 67 f^  oeut; plamitt and prunes 67 -percent.  mv onr���������l^ay I4 air  ������3       ^h*^^ am '  ^0l sT^k' ^msstw-  ^bjf   gagagB m   m ^BB   H9B1  at  Reduced Prices  ���������  A qtiarter of a century has passed  since the inception of th������ Nelson Fair,  and a fair has been held every year  during that tiane with varying success.  This year the directors of. the fair,  bearing in mind the fact that this will  b$ tho twenty -fifth annus.!; falr������ ha.-3-e  endeavoured to provide a program  fitting the occasion, with the consequence that a contract has been entered into with the Western Vaudeville  Managers Atwociation, u ho are affiliated with the Orpheiira and B. If. Keith  circuit of vaudeville houses, to furnish  the attractions that are to be presented twice daily In front of the grand  stand. Thjs program will be the best  ever seen tn the Interior and one sel  dom Been outside of the bigger centers.  Space has been booked well Sn ad*  vanco for commercial exhibits whilst**  the exhibits In other sections promisee!  to be the largest In years.  The Midway will be furnished by  the Con kiln nnd Garrett Diamond  Jubilee Shows with a larger aggregation of ttdo shows aind concessions  than ever, piny Ing under the auspices  of' tho , .Qyio Olwb ��������� of Heloon. All  transportation' lines are offering reduced fares to the Nol*on Fair, tho  dates of which are Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday, September  21) <v2������ *������J| ���������'**���������  Summer Gas  Lamp Gas���������  ���������-35-Ce gal*  ~ 40c* jgal*  ���������45c. gal#  P: v*% c* Ht m h iiy aw���������fc      jf*** jn  g���������fta j& ^"V wsm  H������   kra  IW S   ���������   Caw  1   *\ \J9i J^HL  B������ *r*\ \*Sm   )M  '   PALP.1EF5   ������&    MAXWELL  SCIIVlOe ON ANYTHINCB OPERATED BY aASOUNC  VINOL HELPS NERVOUS  RUNDOWN MAN  "���������"Bofore , taking Vino), I was rundown* nervous and Irritable* Now 1  afeei llhto another pel-son,"*���������������Ut. McOay,  Vinol Ih a elmplo strengthening iron  and cod liver compound In use for  over 25 yearn for ^lakly, aiervonm women), run down men and weak child-  ������������.������ ������.i "TV"! ���������**������������������     ���������**������*1i**������*t      W? KjTd'f  *VmM.% ft\tm ��������� Ytf*������+    #*���������������# rt  ������ *Ji*lt* JLh*i>     Vvl ^       <*.< -��������� ���������*������������������������*** **,     v^i--^^-.    Jf t^W    miw*m+ W  VIooh you-begin to feel stronger, oat  an tl   aleep   better.     Oreston  I^rug Ac  Bonk Store.  m  Sale  *Wt*     *���������!���������*  Every  Branch ol this Baalc  undertakes to handle) sale notstu  iF-tWm. WUVrnf irMVmw������Za%m\m\lBrm& ���������������<Ss������5d'Sni dTil* Hfi5^S*8*liS  them, for saffetyt taitd whicBicivcir  you do the Bonk will mitify the  iYou may be oure that: the SBOteo  .will i*%5'CeiVO eveyy QS������sstl0������B*   ������*  1IVI rClvI<rVJU    ^ttr^jni^^  MS  CKBSTON BRANCH,  TTSSiBWin  sss  %S*iti*)f^mt",  ���������itft-jiiailttwriiiuHiif'^  HMMHa'  Prixit���������Ml^Buttcir wlrraps at  ill������ Revkgw Ml  jaa-bjKXKiw;   IScESTO^, . Be    CL  3  Now packed iri Aluminum, titib  [ood tea  ^     IU  RED ROSE 0RANGE PEKOE is extra good.  Opportunities For Britain In Canad  a  5ns  British-Jag Naval Fact Is Reported  U.S.   ! formed* Secret Agreement  Between Nations Has Been Reached  The Washington    Post    says    that  word has reached Hie state department      officials:   frona      "trustworthy  SQ!������!"Ce!3"     tI������o +     n^.^^*     P,.|l.,i,.     ������.-rj<-1      T������,rk-  "���������* ���������~~ ~  *.*.** \*m.&. *.       *.<J.������^^*,v        J. .*   I ������*C.*i������        HAiU       \.^.������S  an came to a -mutually Satisfactory  secret understanding regarding future naval supremacy when it finally  ���������ureal liriUiiu has a problem aud Canada ba������- a pa'obhun, ono being <h������������  o\;u-t opposite/or't-tie-'other.' Iaa tho Itrltish Isle-- thwo-jls a surpUis popula-  aiou for which employment eamiot bo found. IaaCaniidjtfthere, are <jiaorniou$  resources ?snd>v'ass1?aa-eas of 'fertile lands -which cull for iaca-oas-ed  population  wouiu iioi accept tlit- isratifcth  t>roga*aiH  at tho recent G-onevw  coaiterence.  Tho gist*'of tho .sec-rot tandoa\sland.  ing has not beeaa divulged, the news-  pa tab a* adds/declaring that it is doubtful if much" (tauntle in form a lion on  its content as (available to the oaTu-aals  of the-* U.S. lloveYaanieiii." Tlie news-  paper story also s'avs llu- secret un-  dora landing is be Ins dltfouwsed ' be-  hiaad closed dooa-s b> oUlciala here  with a view to \*-.eigh'iit, possible w������a-  soqaaoaiees.  iai  order  that   development   m:iy  ce'  'he  kiaiil  ha*  100  many  On  Ladies'  people;   this New T-aaid'ha& too few. ���������?������������������'������������������ :  Looking at the face of things it would seem to be aa'..'comparatively sLanjile  matter for the British and  Ganadiai; Oovei-amatuits to evolve a^olactus  uaader  'which the surplus -. pwpaila-tioTa of Great Driiaincould be ta*an������ferreJl to tl������3  open .spaces of Canada, thus solving the problem's of bt>tla; eouaatries,-ylhu thdf  .solution   is.:'not---so easy, in  fact,  it ,is  most complex a!nd? dillk-atLt. ;;  The class oT settlers which Canada wants is'ilae agricultural type, aaaeai  : and women who will so oa the html. True, they may not have havs> acuaaaS  i'-inamg experience a_o.be welcomed and. fo succeed,butthey must he ot that  class   which is> likely   to make  good  on  the IntidVf :  Great? Britain,   however,   hits  no   large   surplus  ol  this   type,   iii  indeed,  any   surplus? ;U  all.     The   British   surplus;   popittatioax   by found   aiming   the  ; working-men,  artixan  and labor  class,  toon  and'"' women  who,   because  they  .cannot obtain steady employmeraty are obliged to accept, the (.rovferannent  dc������U-. Opportunities for the empirtyuieru oF aiiy large number of these people  i;i Canadiaai industry are smuli, arid at. -would be most unfair to them to  encourage their iuimigi*atio'n to Canada- where their presence wouldVhave an  injurious eliec.r on Canadian workmen, arid, labor "and lead to the creation of  a  Canadian 'situation not alike the present -one in Great 'XJrtuiin.  The efforts of both.'the British and Canadian Governments are. t^u-eforc,-  c_-aafined to the-training: ol' a limited number of imanigranf.fi'for agricultur'al-  1'iirsuats ami the pa-oner placl*asr of them on farms in Canada.   ".Veleo-ine as''  these efforts are. their effect on the respective British and- Canadian problems  of  surpass -arid insuLnbiea_it,,pt>puIaa,ioai is almost ...negligible.  There woaild seeln to be-aVgreaie't* hope o-'fraalcing an effective com rabu-'  tion  towards tlae solution? or this^ joint '--'problem in the adoption of ;tfhe idea:  winch, jta,_3.wh������eu purged  of, la.*je,? nmaiely,  that tjip. great captains  in? British  indaastfry   establish,   branch   plants   iu   Canada,   in   oVd������ea-   to   enable   them   to  successfully,  compete   in   the..-growiaag-  Canadian, inarltelv with:  theia*; "United  ^Stales riy\-als and tliat they staff these branch plants witlt tiieir own. workmen  ,lroan_lUae?IIwtis_Li-Isles-. .V,.-.v..._. -.,... ..  ,.....-.,. ;;.._r���������     ....-_.   .............. ......... -..j^,..._  The general"adoption of such a policy would result in profitable ihvest-  *~'meuta'WiT*!H^^ Srottld Tead? to a rnaflced * devel^ypMentfof; th^^iaalfural  resources  of this   Dominion,  would  help   to adjust the  balance  of   tradeias  >_.  between Canadar.and���������.the United States, would,tvcf<l to the populgyticaa. of fhe  fioVniTiion l^rofitjaily .emplojetl;  wpuTd^ease ��������� ilj.e.Vunem^ojTni-ent^'sitiratioailtn j  i lie Old "LaSiK^aiid, wo^ild increase -tiie productive capacatyi.Vihe porSsperSty |.na <,  wealth' of -tii^a JSinpire^'as������;whole.  "?.-?;?' ������������������������������������SS^'-.-\    '"-;     "VS    f'-^'j-vi"���������'*-*        |'  It will be' frankly admitted that the industrial leaders of Great BrR*kiaa  have had'to face enormous difficulties d.ui*ing and since tlae waa*. The have  borne, aaa are. still bearing, heavy burdens. Thej" may jus^y fool that |he  pa-eseni. is not the time to .launch out on new and untried ventures. .. The  siauaianiLv_U>,.however, i-halt only tlirough.the adoption of likrbii? measures ^ill.  (���������oiidifio*^f_rinV.thev.OlO' liandVbe bettered, and sortie ;renef yjjroughf to British  industiw. Fua-thermore, undea* existing conditions, British industries tare  "oHiaag otiCfln-tlie Gaiatfaiaai aiiarlcet? An effort should be inad>e An hold tj-nd  stivngthen their positioav here before at i& too late.     ������ 'y  It  is ?ri-atU'ying to. aipte that  one bag .British concern   has decided  oti-ai  great unaJai^&Kliig, fin the  Province  of' Quebec,   an   anhdalucement   has  jtast  .If-'en   made   that   i.U*lti.-*h   tinaucial  iavtea*ests   conta*olling  tens  of  .millions^of  eailiital  La:L^ev;4iaxally...tf6n."clutfptl arraBgomcnta -fba'v the u.tiiizivttoii of SouLlifern  Saskatclaewftft  ltghltV^coal   in  tho   carbonizing   andf brlquettiatg   of  this   fjnoY  iu6S  Are  Sore  Corns  n  /  ������.  a  ^a*  ������*l  I'  Quick  **?>**������.TVall O  ^-.������-���������v. *.������ve       ^  ISxtractbr.  any  more.  sal  insta'n-  e relief is almost  j-jai    ai.ju.v      i. nulfuu s ������������������'V>i>ru.  Shops won't piaicla or hurt  One siajglc d.rop of Putnam1?! stops the patu. A few applications make the corn.dry aap and drop  off. Pail nam's Corn Extractor?'gives  satis factum. Thousauds use it every  day. Get a - bottle - frona your da-uggtst.  Refuse- a������������������ substitute tor Putnam's.  Water Power Development  The. .present-recorded- waterrpower  resources of the-Dominion will permit  of a turbine installation of ���������L:ii70.0,00ji)  horse-power. The total hyda'anlic installation afp to', the end of VI02G  .ha-ongfhout the Dominion was -4,556,-;  226 horse-power or less than 11 per  cent, of the.���������'-��������� recorded v.ygter-po\ver  -resoua*ces.  ��������� -������������������i'.     " ;���������������������������.���������-., ,������������������.  Would Extend Air Mail Service  Urarted   States Govern'ment Looks To-  ^       ^vards Canada As a  Fi-*ld  For Extension  Success of ahe air mail In the l'ail ted  States  litus  led   the    government    at.  Washington  to   look  towards  Caaiada  as a-ilohl for extension of its service.  Posimaster-Geneial ���������������!. S. New has Jet  it be Jtaown  that he  would -welcome  applications  for  air  mall; service^between such point a" as Mimieap'oli'? -or  St. P������ujl, 'iviiuna, .ami Winnipeg, "Man.,  v/he^tii.ero- is a "ft^li.^.large exchange  of m_4u ovei-i a sligrt"dis{tahceylh fact-  it is likely that preliminary *&leps will  be 1 iiken soon  to ^put iia |t^r������*l ������vt~  vice between these two cities but final action will not be taken until after  the international?.airVmall ;ic:onfei*enc#  in Geneva.  ''' -; ' '' '"*"-   ���������' '"   $"'������������������������*��������� ���������'���������.������������������������      ������-���������-���������-  . It has been customary for the United States post office to await applica-  Ali  A Valuable  Ken  offer  of  $1,000   for  tlio   famous  hen No. fi or $3,000 for "a'nen of ten  birds Including this world record layer was turned down by tho, "University  of IJj-iti&h Coluanbia on account of tho  great value of the bird for breeding  purposes. ,- . ���������   *-���������*        y  Ji'  1*9    .       ������������sf* m '   t*     99  ror liiastona  tions, which usually take the form of  petitie-tts? signedi '-by^-������a? * cotffiixte^aiifii*  number of people before estabbslung  ne-w air mail routes. A guarantee of  about"?15,000 Worth of business"-on  aaaty.j-o'itefisy^eiserallj' coaaWlSered i*ea-  sbhabie to justify opening a'i*oute.;  Prepared Especially for -Infants  and Childrexi of All Ages  -1'--Mother r Fletche^t, .ipastori* has  i been iai use for ovfcr'i30 years as a  pleasant, harmless ^ubsU^t^t-fop Castor Oil, pffegorlc, ^e^th&txg-^l^ps and  Soothing Syrups.* Contains.' no nar-  cotiesj ������Pa*oven? directions *are- \>n_ each  paetca*^?^^*:������Plfvsieiahs *���������'* "  reemnmend It.  '-I'lie genuine be������i  u'e^fy^'Here  GsRIHOOD DANGERS  Nearly yall.. childreii  are   subject  to j  worms, and many.are,born witla. them. I  Spare    them     suiXea*ing       by      using  Mother   Graves"  Worm  l^xternrainator,  an excellent remedy. ,  Speaks Several Languages  Come Through a Weakening Of  ttae Blood-r-A Tonic Is Needed  In their early teens it is quite common for ( girls to outgrow .their  strength, and ''mothers Vshmild 'ca're--  ��������� fully-"-watch- the'health of ���������tn'ei'r''da������igh-  ters  at this- time.     It  - is -  when ��������� tlie  Japanese Like Watermelon  Eight-pound Watermelons cost  about ,5 cents apiece in. Japan and. the  frjiit is becoming u favorite. Although  oiat of" reach of the ordinary paaa*se in  Japan, melons h-oni 'STamato *ahd Sliiz-  j uoka .ainct" ia^ead.y sale in i'okio, where  (almost three lmndied ton's ba.ve been  ! coaisaamed this-season.  ���������-.-.  Secretary "Of State For the Dominions  -    Finest Liinguist Iai British Cabinet  Mr.  7...  C.  M.' S? Atnery, the  Secretary ..of. State ; foi-  the . "Dominions,  ia |  unquestionably, the., finest   linguist t, in j fWl^, ���������,  the    .presenWBritish V GabinetV   ftte ! <&r aitlima. ^rf? ^e"-vietim^cannot"'lie  speaks' several  di*iental    dialects' lu^^W^l^^S^9W^;^^^m^mP}������   b's  ^>f *5^a6-jny jJci5������0������3^-?n^'iMe.|trktin  i������..   - ^���������'-'^aft:?--W;������a'^Th-1,i^si'T{-T������:rtf^.'������li������������  t orairi?is Wfiati fgrateifhi reli���������fK?5is the  I imanediate effect of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  I Asthma  Remedy.-  It    banishes   tlie  strength   is   sapped   by rapid   growth j Avell as Haropeanlanguages.        f  that- aimeaxaia    develops.      The   .first j   . Wlleh in Salonica, .Sir-George Mih  signs mav be noticed bv peevasluaeRS, ! ....... ,._.  lanrbaar   "'"nd    headaches      The   face 'or "LTncle George "as the C. in C. was i mgutiua. condii uqiis,   eaears   tne   paas-  grows pale,'breathlessness and  palpi- ! Invariably   called,  asked  one'e  of  his.i s.aS?s* a^rid enables the afflicted one to  talion become    apparent,     with    low Ltaff oiucers if he understood mod.ern'1*$*���������   **?*? fH^andly?andr restfuay  !;,l<-   .   " ,^ . .   ���������* '���������y������i'������ai>i������^.������iv*ltjjis.ji  chald. Insist on  the -genuine  at  ] Greuk.    The oflacer replied tliat he did lybui* nearby druggist.   -.>���������-���������'*-  ���������??-.������������������'-..yS.a:  apparent,  spirits and d*3pressio;i.        y  Neglected anaemia, often leads to if-  declane, but. if    you    see    that    3*������ur"  daughter's  blood  is     enriched    there  need  be iio  catase  Cor anxiety;      The  finest   blood-builder   ever     discovered'  ia Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They will  build aap your glrl\s/taealth and ensure  for  her.healthy_womanhood. In proof  of Lhid :Mrs.. vi-obi'ge ?Jais.(.asoU?-,J8rack*s  Hat-horv  N:tK,   %ays^~*'Jf^ ' thitiki   ?Dr.  <Williams'   Pink     Pills i-a     wonderful  -,ariedicane.;?"% - dauglitSi',    Margaret,  was in such a badly fun ..down condition   tliat   we   feared   she   was   going  into   a docliaie.      Her face  wat*. pale, j  the  least   exertion   \i-bulti   leave   bev  breathless    and-   shi*."   suffered'   from  Ju.adaclies.f  She  had. no appetite-and-  lost a, lot in weight..?-; Up.-to the time,  we   began   glv'Ing   her   Da;?. "WiUlanais"  Plnlc   l^Hls,  iitv treatment  1'aa'd  helped  her.'   But' thAnlca  to the ttse of this  wonderful medicine1 sh������ is1 again v/eU  not, but'thai:? be had a good liaiidbook  on Greek and also that he knew ti  man who was supposed to be quick  in picking up languages.  So Captaiai ;Amea*y was sent for ami  presented: with the .handbook. .-"Can.  you get the hang of it, by next week*"  V';'.,,..iV.v;.':^a.hd'l.'e4'^'o^V.P  VAin'"'inspection, f?.b������V?th: ,_  Hallway.'storehouse^ at Tiflis, Georgia,  has disclosed that cthere -are in stock  'candles' enoughy-to' supply tb^nebdsy of  .���������they.railway for the next $fty,.years.  asked   Sir  George.     "Oh,     certainly,"~f Electricity is regarded, as- too*radical  <Janada,*'i.b-tlirV linipire, i(r,f  Httch-: a policy,:.atnei   aarge  its  ado-ptlbai; itpoii fills  !'c'l)p\fcff;|.nariait^ ''���������'���������-.'} vy Ws''''   V       1  mmmm*uni\mm\umm \m^mmmf,mmmM*m������mmt. **������������������*>*>*. iwini-ji Mf'���������������������������iw ��������������������������� .i^-���������<.���������ii  mm   ���������*j^mm^^^.m^Mnm.ml,^mmm^m.mmmtn0mm.  -i.tn.-iKiniwiMiiiimw m ���������������������������������������������������������������������n������Mw������������������������.,������..���������..������������������  Uses 'Plane To Oparnte Fanm  The ilayo when the laorso was tic-  pended. on to conduct the rancher  (ivr'iwjds^onia^.u parusBedr ao "MiO, et*a oX-  tht^VittflTjg^ilev'^ jfe-yy yo������,rs?ago. Au'd  now i lie naaio gives, way,, tp, the alr-  [diaaae. 'J"h������.i pioneer" oxp6ii'eniV6:r this  ircaid   is .I:f?'Yf' Fani'lVcf,-'lcaiowai  rin i\i6''  . Jiis Juige.. wheal., lliu-na, neau... Spokane,  W'ii^li,,  hy nil*.  Manitoba's Minerals  t,li^i';vt}|l{ra<aCvrilles ha;, t.Jtarc*.��������� ���������'-������nlaaorsal-.i  l/.i"('l ai'i*;iV in K.oaaiheuist.erij and aaoi:tla-  w������������if;t'^arb'' !Sfaafal^ha^ >liid!cia'td ���������' that tlie  uroA luci't" wlij soon' .buconan a: ntesuiy  proi.rn'cer'" of '(jjuld " and "possibly ata lan-  poriataa..:t.o\xtv.o of '(.'op-'per aiad sdno.  , ' ���������I"1111   ���������""������ ��������� 1IIIII.H     '    !���������   W"      .1.    PI   IH.IH.111,11.1..   ���������������������������!.������������������ ���������Nl.l  ~        ... .-       ������   w������    .   t ,       ..    "   '   '   - -    ^     .................  National   Dairy   Coun-cil    . f-  Mr.   W,   F.  Sr.epheaa,   secavtaa-y, ',!an-  notifiaees  that   the aalaath annaial  nieet-  ing of -the National, ������������������DRl.ry-^C.otfnoIjt of  ?Cauaj.da ^vllt b.q'.;held,",at ^Poronl.o,$ on  ���������Naywaa.bjer-,21  and, 22 atoxt. A nuiaijbev  ' o'f"questIons will be aip for dlscuiaisfloii  Of taai^iV'Sif. to 'tlalryaaaeaa aaad dlrtlary  i^aiiufiicturors, T)vo vi:ogi.'aaiiii.ie.. ^vill  hia oaiUlned shortly. .  T.lao��������� -scailefl ta������ntl lu weighing diamond*! are so delicately polHod tlaat  ���������the weight of a  Ulna lhe balanc...  un a larger^commercialscule and will within thevnext Tew moiaths invest Ivbn-  dn-'ds of tiUousahds Of dollars iai tlie enterprise/     '-..;'���������   ?'/'?���������- y  Premier llrowailoe of Alberta and Hon, Chan. A. Dunning have both bgen  urging the JidopMon of this branch factory policy upon the l^a'itish mauuilao-  iiarer, and it as to bo hoped that so astute a business main .as Premier Star&ey i      .    tron     ahowing no sigftn of the  Ihajdwjn hlLa^selt ;a. ,*b!^ ixiantiCacturer, >vlll seqv.tho. advantages ;to 'Rri^tlnl 16 | 'troublo thait had so weakened'her.';*  In all tr'oubli-jH d.uo "to weak, watery  blood, l*Ji*yWlUiai-ns' P*nk'Pills will be  found a rollable remedy? Sold by nil  medicine dcadera or seht by mail ai  TjO cents a box hy Tlae Da*. WUlUi-pas'-  Medici iio Co., Broek\:ille; Qnt. /  ��������� ��������� ���������     ��������� *,    .'. i -��������� :,     ������������������-  - ' *  Good  Crops  Along . H.B/' Line  C.raln   holds  equal  to .those-  on , the  prairies , A-\e,l*o .^eeaa   (at .Mllu ,,1'J,  <jmv-'  mo rant  La-ko, .cjn   the,. llutlfjoia's  llaj-  "Jlallway 'by. J'.. I J.  (*tuih|.   HUpei'LnLfn-'  donL  of   UlaiBltaLloai   statjoiva   for  tlae  Doanlnioaa   expoi-lniontai ���������   fau*ni,     who  has votutnod .froip jan JnpIHW'ie". trip  over   tho   roule.   lie   reports   thai,   stt  other   ptrtnts,  KJ'ala,v Is, coiailng  a|oaag  well   o.vcept   tut. ,. MHO;.* #1.yVboro . eut-  ���������w.oimuh have, done. epiiHld-ori'i.ble -.thitn  a^ to vogeUtbl.es,- At:.M^b-- ^-i-hero im'  an excelhmt stand of ,flat������: maid paimi������-  klnsir> Inches through*,! i   :  ���������    Gottlno   Rld: Of ��������� Eneumbmnc'OBl-'���������  '   T������   l.-C I'elnted   l-hn'l: yTrihn ''Tiiwrence',  who j-nled the Punjab���������feWotit'y yearn  or hoi ago and. who hater becitaaae Viceroy' of.������������������Tndlti, '.'���������n.neil td, ^ui^y;|h'|tt\\vlKin  iie enmc acai>:i|. a yynnr; .rtt-jialiaher U\  Iho'' India' civil'' fivrvlet* <fri\a-H wns en-  tntmborod wll.li* a wU'ai tuaad au piano, he  l.iiHtled him about froan oaie-!jungle  nl-ation to nnol.her till' ih������V 'yonti# mnn  parted lla-ftt with liie, wll'o a������a������|. alarui  witla iIm piano. ;  i   , ��������� .   ���������     '       .   '  '  '  '  fJrlvrtw nwny ,pnlw���������-Wlnfar^'a ��������� lnbri<-rar.  was the reply. ' "You seem very coti-  tideut," said. Sir George. "Well, you  see, I wrote it," .replied Cjapt.alu  Anaea*y.  Mi.nard's   Linbn������n.t  relieves backache  foa- Immediate adoption.  fiingle  eyelash,   will  V  ,    "' "'?  's.-.*'X  ?'V'"^", Si  popaalatloai   of   nbout  Wi|:li   a   total  100,  i'.ejivenht)(i.t(h1.i> .vlllivige iaa Siifl'ollc  hnn'olghty box������iiett>r5. "  ���������''     '  f  .K*X*.,  Disfiguring  Blemishes  Healed by Cuticura  Dally tauc of Cuticura Soap, taRBlstfld by  Ciatlciaru Olnlapent when, rccnaliwi'd, not iJnly  Moothen ond "hcalr-i ttb^l^btl'jr1aaad'fiii������*no.v-  ing: lvlejiiiHhcw und ii-iltM\4ooHVo������ Deck  aaad aTwcc, but u-uih\ to prevent 'saich con-  dhacjiiaft. Wothlivji purer, nausre ccoiaona-  ical-ba* iiio** Hwabfintuny th^js t^hese fra-  gTant emollleiUM. .       -    V.    .. ..-  'N.X.      lUMfrin K������.������fc I'M* h������ WkU    Ail.lr������w������  <'������.'-.��������� ilii". l>������i,.ol*  \fN-   "������**>������<���������������  lA4...Mm\tU.*!,"   a'rl������������������,  H**a������ ~Av   Olut-  IlkMll \-J> anil !^i... 'luSi'.im  Bpesr" <.:utio������tr<������ *->������ti>vMiii .HalrU utic.  The White ff1*?? |n Canada.,  The   botanical   range   ot"   the   white  nine-in Uanada extends from tlaie Atlantic oceain 1o the!province ot'Ma'ni"-"1  toba.Vit is-confined to the region ly-  south;of;a line running'approximately  fa*oa\a the southeast    corner    of    laki)  Winnipeg,    tbi-ough     lake    ��������� NipigouV,  along 'tlie hdlght brifuiil north of lake  TamlBltaniing,  through  lake ,St:  Jolaia,  Id Poliat. de Mots 6n the St. T/iwrlam-a  and. Capo Breton liduaul-*  ;i , 1 nternaljy and External|y, It \&-Good.  -���������Tfie ''Vcrovsning, .prpjieaTtyf,, of??,'Br.  'I'homasV Kclectrie Oil is.; that; it can  a������,o used internally -for.- ..many; com-  phiin(,s as well as extern ally.'..For, sore  ,throat* croup, -whooping cpugia.' palaas  in the chest,- colic and many ;]ciaulVeil  aaManents it has. <itialitips that-are .'tin-  surpaa^ed. A bottle of itr costs .little%  an<i.thoj'Q .Js;,ne Iopr %i\ always, having  It-at hand. ������������������������������������..���������^���������������������������.���������������������������AM.'.i..-'.--:    -  ,,'.-...'    :���������;      :::������������������.;,������������������:-,���������      .---^  "';>AboaiL four inches in fartecin minutes .,ha tlie speedy of ..tl'io" iHpeedlest  bacteria/ -   ,,.  ���������;,:������������������.'    :������������������������������������ ���������.-. --.-,' ,-V  If lu?a* 'heart? is in! the right placo  It lvaaitters vaiqt i>yhej.laier a woanan Ih  .younger or oldpa* tluiy slm lookH.  Proved safe by miUionS"atfd"'pres^^^  Golds       Headache     ��������� Neuritis   '       Lumbago   .  ''   Pain Neuralgia     ^Toothache.',]   Rheumatism  i DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  mm*mmM-  \V. '   N.     U.   ��������� ItSD"/  Accept, only - f<Bayeir,,,f,pack;i*<-j  whicli contains proven directions.  Handy ���������Mbaym*"' l������ox*������ ot 12' tialaletii  Alrrao Wtlea'aif $-1 itaaiil 1U0���������WraaHglMtH.  Aoiilrln.  In *ht frmi\<e-   mrnrh   (waUieroA  li<   Oani������.lB������'of ia������y/������r Miiftnriieliir*  r\t .Mon<iam>tlr<  ..,,.,,1,.,,    ���������    ,.    .....������,.������������������..,.���������.,!,������     I*,.-.-.,.*     .1 .,.l..,.^f ,      ������,...,������       "t        tl       ,������,">. \V1������|ln    ������|    *.    WfH    trivlwi  tliat A������i.lrli������ mcriuii Uayi't* ni������nn/a������������mn'.  l<������ awilwl \\w giulttto MKhliial liiilUtti������������aA������li������ Taakletij  ������C Wayor o<Miit������iky vrlll \v������ ntau������i������������j<l wlUi   Uieli* 4*(oi������������ral tr*il������ murk,  (JU* "iiayar Ott������������*. Is-  '*TOY18  -.TRkVJslkWM*%:   -~������!tTE./"J,--# ���������  -iw**.Vi'^Kj X. \*-i-X t  r*a.  a  /  *>*Vf?  '.- f^y**-*15**?**��������� ^--vis.,.-%t-������rW-''.**,  SraJiful  Geneva  -^jiN-  That coanpetitive arma-  ^B^^ddrea^ea.^^ of "Na.-  otis^'assembi^.^*^ '*|y5yfc% la-   ���������?& ia?*������>:  ments5 fcre^e * Jtn^^r^^i^r^oeg%ar  and that re'du^l6"n?-^i'6^v?armaments  must b-a doggedly fought for and  achieved was the ,6'aatstanding feature  off  tio&S  ,,,T,he..,^apane.se 'd^Jggate yMineichico  A$acliT sa!d"i3rapant' Wdentfly ^'de&fred  thait ruMoUtf   competition   in - arma  meuts&^hic^dyi^^  still and lowered to a level strictly  essential  to national securi������HfV?itM&'  <?��������������������������������������������� '.';>Tc it*- ���������*&&-js tir"  filedi?ed  his    -country's     co-operation  with   ihn   TsatrtFrnB-i'ci     i������#.Sir>nS������-rfirv-     dis-  Have'Presented ;f'GcldenyBoQk"; yTo  yeharnberlain srlnyyfAppre'SiatiQn^r.y  V ^.ris,���������For months PreneK<,artisans^  and. statesni^n  have   been  busy pre-  p-iriiigfya ' ^'goldenbboic^V;^bi^h':y^hai?  fre^n.giv^  s^dVpther''Gbve*c^  Austen Ciiaihbc'rl'aixi and Clemfeiiceatii  re^peqiiyely.'"'; VV;'' VV. '%',. J.!'!"-K' '1"'!"'-''}  \ I TfteVtainisterv of'#oreIgH ';.j^alr|''eH-\  plaice"'the." motiyi*"'oi tlie':.'gift-^grati-'  ttide of Prance  for British","sympathy?  and  aid.     The  Pi*emier  stresses  tWe,  importance to world peace of Anglo-'  French co-operation ~ and at the- same  i.im&,wexpa*esses   fFranch,i: admijeaition,  sympathy and* affection    for    Brit-aim  ?]������*%, Glfmebeeau, the wartime Premier,  writes:    "True   love   consists   not   in  I'ci .r.t.      /\P      QTiTnjl,\T������.   . ........  ?��������� A ������������������&?&- 'i������S4i5:������*. ��������� ���������'Si*.  !���������  less to convoke anew before}.the greaftg  fnilitaa'y powers    ^ttt'Sfr"a;ii^"* divet"*^  geneies of views jrtrlch had appeared  at previous meetings  of the commission.       ��������� -<#^-a. .J?   ���������!& ���������  -0:^   -     -yyy  I M. Lofgrea* ca^iic^dv aa^|S'ou.ngiI' tjt������  af ie League for Its p'assive^ttitud#%n  political  proBlemsSfin/r4.ha$:-plasty yeap>y  alluding-, it is believed, to tlie contro-  \j-ersy between Italy and Jugo-Slayia,  Intl  showed no  terror ;io^y ^he j-sreat  j/owers  when he   scourged the  pi*ac-  fice of cer4diu|^i������������^^^j>iTthe. league  |n discusjbiii!j������;?������Wi*qi^  fiens among-themselves.  ������*-     A -Tfe?"    /l&'Alvn.iiriw--i .*hrt':'M.-j.*������a4  ''-i'VT'lO-wSt������"  Ihiethad/;.. twea*e   still*,; in  .yogue,   Feli^  " ^lelMrsf^&JiW'M^  ?$var ne &x������ppf$������ se^blfettb^r^?-^- r ^^  ������.ary budgets of 1926, Snciuding: naval  |aiad air forc^sV? a&nbuhtedf Sn^lSurope  ^to one billion and a half dollars,  **iSl^iy?$^  thS^'ig^ega tie"'iiumt>er "^^rS---SQ^6i&r&s  ^pr^^!l3i^aa^i:,jthi^e^  ^slightly less than tlie fig-uxe' for 1918V  I    Moi-eovea-, jJig  rfe-aKtrked, Xp&   toch-  |aiical   e������*aii*^iipi&*^;.of|^i*'Mi^ l*afc  jmore dfevefeiifed ^ia^-4fefore*iSa:e great  Iwar- y-yV-l "*~^^^*^-:H y.y.*..->?���������$-. ' '  I "We arei living aiii'de/the conditions  I of armed peace, which- -prevailed;.he-  |fore tlae war," he declared, 'raud un-  fder a system of v coaiipetitive '' araha-*  I anents. which -nutnyj; oJLjas j believe will  .1 sooner "or1 la^eii* latik1 ithe wbi-ld into  i war. -���������-.:���������������������������  -.���������,T---j:---'>-   ���������������������������  the  Colonies, and  is  autogranhed   by  l|i^3taJidingf.FrencltEl  statesmen,    sol-  ciiers 'anH'';^iptbiiiiatFV  DiBinaiidssjRettgal JOf ���������  French Flier CHarged.With Falsifying;  A'-[''*���������''������������������ -Report OaT AltitutfeNRecord'V? <nll  fs ;ParIs.-^eaiaf'-;Calli3pi:!*i;*Cha'Oiigalnedr;  fraarie as an?siaMtaude ?-aiter? standi dis^i?  ygraced and strippedl of his honors. S,*t  i'.-'f?They/sspprtsyj'^Cx^^tteje?:,;;^,y??: the.  t Frencli AerbyGliib?^after ^ heiarlngVonf  tlie'claarg'es tiaat he falsified the baro-vr*  fgraph records of ?his    latest   Tecord  ;br8a&Sng;?;atteinpc;  decided  that- tliey-  |veee^uliy'vprovedy;v.;.,...:,,;. ,.���������.      .-��������� ;.y-.f;.,  ,;~ylt'-;indilcted- fiUeV; seyer&iit,;. penalty?  within its power���������disqaialification for  life���������and struck from its list the pre-  vitiii'g' tecorcls    with 'L'which ' he    was  crgfdited.}[}. V",''"' 'V-V^ V ������������������?'"';'; ? V"'-' 'f-;-:?:' f:-:  :; ��������� The "Fa*eiich altitude retord, by. vir-  *tiie of'��������� tlie club's -ietioh, now?goiers to  Sadi i.ecointe and the world's record  to-former* fLleutenant' J. A?. 3Cacreadyi  < of the yUmtedfStates army-., air Jorce.::  '-.- ^rhe^chargefsf f^Lgaiii������t.-!y CaHiao,,; as  publisliedj in ?the :French press,cwere  ^ario' artist, wliff-won. the $1;000?prize,   that he inserted on his barograph a  ,in the dominion-wide cbnipetitibiifdry; sheet on which .a curve had- already  risible,' Ink;   to ii*-  mrar-rs^rtv  EN1W  t'"'-,,;'v*;ahc<^ver^-^here.;.c^ ,fee-:no -ctue.^-;...-  ������tio"ai^off5theJ Existence- of dastinghishinK  characteristics which gire to Can'ada'  a. Marked ? identity^-������������ iiiet1 .-o-wii ;iinon������-  frthefnationfe offthi&fworldi ;Sia*?Robea:t  iFalconer, ptesidehtiofrithe? linlyersity  J. By H; ? IvlaeDdniildi,; T<*r6iitb, Ou-  thfe:.ibes.tedesigns,;^;for Canada's..-. new  nickjelsf and^quaeters. The^new coinr;  age willy marlc the ^Diamond Jubilee pj.  ^ohfederation..':-,-;-^      '-:''���������:?���������. ;:-...',.'-: .-.:-.,���������  jfSS  ������SBt.ij  ���������������  Alteraaativ^e Sfet By Conga*(Jstis Resig-|  nation Qf Baldwin Governanent      '������  EdmojUtony -���������   The   Trades   Unionf  Cohgress   ih      session   here,  replying;  to,;|Bretuier  Baldwin's  appeajt frfr  in-f  'dnstriat. peace,? CEpriedi }tiyl Meiieral ac~V  clamatlon a discussion demanding the*  immediate repeal.- of ?theVFs-s������de Unions?'  Act   (restricting  certain,;ijt;ade...:un.ioiii|  -activities) *ahd-?failiaig*^?this,&'%rgin^  ,th?������t a .general yelection..;b,e.^called im-f  inecliateiy?        '    "--*'���������-"-' ^������������������������������������-^> |  fyTheyy resolutidn ^epiaphasized thaaf  workers" were desirous for industrial}  ^peace^������ It-said^v:how-ever;������fthatv> peace  was "'-hindered, b-^-'tho-'.-^ovsrimi^3"5-* fe'stf**n-  dustrial legislative policy; its attacks  on the workers' "wages; Its?*ac^idn "iai:  lengthening.; the g miners' lipurs o|  S??sti0 Wtid fythe "ta^li'btej^t^l Slass bia^  dispia^etilin'trade) dispute^^oEd in the  Trades5:TInion3 Act."    ,  More Grain  Vancouver Port?  Bedaciiera Ii u..-'Rate?.From CaigaryfWili  Increase Shipments  Vancouver;-���������The recent    order    olt  the fDoininioia: Railway  Board l*educ-  i_ifig- te   20   cents- the 'rate  On  ecspdrt  grain  fx-prri  Calgary    to ? the f PaeiScj  coast   means" that   the 'rnovernen.t  of  grain through1 Vancouver" this    year  will jump  to- 75,0*00,000- bushelsi ?said  G. G., McGeer, ao dressing the fVancQU-  yer-, Spaith .Federal., Liberal ..Executive.  ,, "The..order is a guaranteeypf Alaat,  if it-is  earned ;Otat,"; said the freight !  V  yy "All across Canada the pronbuhcetl   '"  ^characteristics orVthe pepple' are niore  :aiidVmofre V..,app,ai*diit/' ''*",tlie"'|.p'pe*al������er"}}  said. "And there is,unity everywhere.?  No: matter, where one travels in Canada one."feels ;at hoiheybut' wheaifyou.  ?ea^o^ tbeyfijueVinto? the.; Uni-fed.'.&tates"'f;  there is not ;theV^axne.feelhigV'    "'"    "'  ySir ^Robert.: credit^  pi*ovinces witliVbeing responsible tor  ^bie,yCanada    of    today.      lie said i������  there   had  been   no  Maritimes   there  pi*Bl>S.bl^would ha*^eftbeen������ no JSrjtish.^ .^  GamLdal The -fouD.^tt?^:^f|3|ad|&|M||  174)95 w^s ottpjof  the^mostystrategic  \ moves sfevei*:. knad������e vlsy1? Great^ Bi-itain.  breaking claiara?  A"^-t'VCjiT,+"      >^.-*P       "T-l^^i       "I^T-/r^*r4'S-Si^'! ol      ft.?***? ���������  fee^en. plotted in iii;  dicate. jj.record^^:breakink fligbt of 13,-  000 metres,-, or^"SSJ^^feet-V?' Xt -waS':  alleged that after' taking ' ibff for tlifej  purported' a.tte.n������pt    he     shot    fet^sn!  against * the   pai)er,3Hthus  making  tlie  ink? Jegible -and subsequently fSubmit-  ted:;the Iheet'a^ proof? of his- record! He-also   gaV^   credit   to   the   United,  Empi-re Loyalists for playing an important part in laying truly the foundations ^of the_ Dominion. ������ :&  ?������������������ "HalilS|lhelaif^t^ra5;'ScotiaMnd -New  Brunswck loyal/.' ^ said y Sir Bobert,  "and the 'Maritimes /alw^y^Vinust remain a veEjyy important^party*'of Can-  The speaker told, of the 'extreme  difficulties which the early British  jsettlers in -Canada faced;- However,  these conditions bred men of resource  ��������� - 3. y .1, -      -1 - < -        -> _,    ,.  and ;acjaptability.   '    '<*/>*'"  ;  Sir Robert dwelt on the question  of the French an   Canada,    comment-  ;;v;s}fij:y   By ?olish Taritf  il  D..^  ������AMi.:^*.  I      1I/-W  mm  m  .'}3 *^*.   .-12-  . --"J}  leffins  '  v������ ':'��������� -f, 'A\  A-**"-^--?'������  XfM*.v������  -'���������.,.  av*r  hi  Extra  L^acJ^inatlo n,..,.^9n|^i ned  Edition Of Canada Gazette  Ottawa.���������An extra editiony&i   the  Canada. ^ Gazette, contains a-70rccl,ama-,  -tJp.a'r^DJ0oa������H*ag^^^  i^-itober 9 "fire pa*evention week" and  |jaliing upoai citizens of the Dominion  |q ?inspect their prcanises-. Sire -driils,  p.*e called for in schools and institu-  p.bibs. lipy 3������out leadersjire,asked to  jglve special instruction, teachers and  i$j*anicipal officials are asked to give  ||ijining in ..yflre;ypreventloh, in;.tbe..  School and Liublicity, Is asked, for leg-  Ifllal.ion aud angulations pertaining, to  ^laift questidny;: ?.'.'^-'-'':-"-, .--ti- v\.':,'-���������������������������  VI The preamble to .the proclamation  'sftiUes that the average ataaiual loss  5)1'; insurable property exceeds $-10,-  5i|0J������.O0O aind thttt 300ft������ergous anmutUy  '���������iihso I heir -'Vivos -'as a tcsuH ;ot flros. ';  $ ���������) .     ���������-���������-.'������������������������-'��������� ���������<���������].  ���������,"-;-���������. y  /.    ,.{������������������-.������    ,.  Might Be Message  From Bfeiressed Plaiife  Carrjebi HiS*"-15   Found   Near   P/Ssssls?;  City  Bearing SOS  Message       |  Mission     City,    B.C.-���������Bearing    the  ..lettersifSpS-fandstbe^fi^^s^ 40022 on  ^a;?metal's|ba^^i^������^iif^sf])^;^. carrier  'pi^etmv^Whicliiiltr Is ���������fiouglM;Kniay hayte  been freed from a distressed plane or  ship, is at the ranch of I. Ericksojp.  faraherVliyihg^t Silver ";Hill^ ^even  miles* from, here.        V"  The bard, and another canier pigeon V alighted; atf-tlie ?raricK?'4n";ySra exhausted, condition  and' very'"'"tb^a   as;  though they had flown a considerable;  diatan������ie. vOanie x>.f  ,,tbe V Plg^en's^L' flew;  away again. '?-' ' ���������'-���������.- V sV     -4  ernment.. ; "And,'V< be. , added,   ..-"that;  aneans "Vancouver will become one of  the^greatest^fgi'-iiiD. ports iix the "svorlcl,  thirdj.^or' folirtli."^ ;y:'.; f'.''.f.^HI}'"} }'}' "y.'': 1^1  . British Columbia ^till had, a coin-  plainty-however;Vhe asserted,: ' point-  ia?ig-but that "tilieVarate onfthe ^tJSyyiniles :  haul to Quebec Cityliad beenfphicied  at' 18'' c^nts,"^"whiie-':-'ffiatf^for ''the" 642  miles haul to Vancouver was 20 cents.  ;?.i;.-;-"We'^fdon't.:.; care - ^hatyy^hey: jrafe -. to-  I'Qttebec is," Mr. McGeer exclaimed.  [tj'TV'e' don't care how lew It has to be  yto help -- Quebec to get the business  [away .from New. York. But Vancouver wants the same treatment. Van-  couver is just as much in competition with New York as is Quebec."  Hit Harder Than Other Countries By  T''?'-y .y-.-> -,-:.-��������� New f.Ruling :-'..-v-     .     AS-  a Warsaw.���������Customs tariffs .-will ,bef  increased by lOOvper center effectivei  in four^months, to ail? countries notj  protected by trad.e.trea*ty with Poland*.;  an official bulletin announces.  .?��������� ilie ruling? w^li iait hardest Poland's  I western ' aieigliijor. "'Germany,'.'"''."irVi'ih.'  whom negotiatldris If or,"_ a"' commercial  accord have been iaa,.'" progress fiVe  years without result, ----*���������- ��������� - ---���������  One 1 of the -difficulties preventing  the conclusion; of- a Polish-German  agreement f is ? Germany's insistence  that-Poland- deport no ^German citizens how ^residing on��������� PdHsh ?sbil. ^; ?o r-  :   Severalyother  points^- also-, foreign  to trade, are causing delays, througli  lt1\B .twTO...Gover.nnients are practically  agreed "as far "as " cbihameri'e' itself '���������is  CGncer������������ "*  through two<ent-irely different peat)les  living side by side.;^yThe..;wbaawiei;|jv-us  that .there was-.not...mo-eef^.iiyoubIt*..Jn,  the^eiarl^dayg; Sj^4s^--tjme.i projgre|ped  the' ������wb;Tiaiii"comO'*-to':-lcnOv^ each .-oxfier  better^ *aii> 'eleaSieait Of"ytolerancey^had  developed? fti^ t--thei^aw'as;;-'"a better  fe^ling5todia;yf than ever befiore^:-,      , y |  Abandon  ���������- ���������:i-^'  For Rirs  .-J.fi  if! I -i.  Il       ^  fi':  :?W *���������  Pioneer Of West pead  c :r" "*  S"'!..���������-,. 1  lipaptaiai   Bruce  Grijigs  Brojaght   Early  jf? '?        Settlers' Ihto'Domliiilon '"  W .'*i^,')n*ai;'p^ff^^:a'pty' 13ratce - fl rlggs; one-  bl! llirVario'pt plctaafe*3Ciaie ilp[atres of tho  " I-t'o'dntlvci*' racttlom cut- f rou< lea* day ii, is  |:?v'dettd''-1������ySoattl^--:?VN%Bh,''.::!'.������-:������Ki������������--v;,: ". ������������������".  g        Capt.   isruco  was <>no or tin?  pion-  f    eea-H ^orilaolted wia^'aft ���������tb"^,   Bl.oat,na>sliip)  'f    ti*aaas'po'rt)itioaa    syi|j.oiinM liotwoe)^'^ tho(  )c    North-wo'fltiorai     Wtatos  VaJul   '.Canada;  v    briiiRttag  mnaay   Hetllei'S Into  the Do-  1"    111 in loan  |)raM*ioaan'^i,oi'j!i(>;*������>rtapploU^^^^^^ -^f  I    lh������-    ili'Ht    I'iynRc^ttnonlyial^^  j|������.     Una1. Iio vvittf Tll'ycitra of u)?e,    ~-��������� '  Hope,, Of   Fli-idlaig "���������'tj&co   Of   Missing  Dole .Aviators? Has  VaniElaecI  San BiegQ. Cal.^-^Tbe last hope that  searching' American war craft Svoulcl  laud sohic' trace oC tho seven piipsing  Hawaiian fllea-s appareaitly vnAished  ais the scout cruiser,. Omaha, ilogship  of ���������-TiqiiJ"' Acton ir al ,'ljukb McNaanee, and  ��������� slxr destroyers a-eatcd here oavvi,|their  arrival frbni Honolulu after -Beiaach-:  iiag, an arpu-.ot, anntyc������JKiinatelyr4;5O,0o6..  square aiiiles in extent. ff;        f.  Admlra.1 ]VIoNameo repoj'tgdy that;  not a siaiglo traco or'the jnisslnjij:; Dolo.  filers was discovered.        ,        r  Canadian Heads Committee  Geneva.-���������Hon. 1^������iJoul,iy.p|.'-a.duraa^d,  Canadian Senator, l^^l^eni f$$gffyi������i&!i'  |chair*man of one of jcglx '^6biibaiIU*ies  appointed by the .^^j������eSnbi3J������;;' '$ '}$$$  League' of Nation^V;������fenato'f" Dr|p'tiur-  and. is chairman of J he committee  which  deals with-ft'Hj&r'^ saab-v:  !jects:   Alcoholism,,   econoanic    coaifer-  ience and the work-^f ''thS-;���������'���������varltfua-'brS'  ganizations of the "League of Nations.  Lowest  Birth and   Death   Rate  London.���������The    lowest    birth     rate  ever reported in Knglaatd aaad Wains,  except in war  lime, is shown by the  report  of Sir  anedlcal olllcov  health, for 192C. ,Ther^^as| ������9t,00p:  births and, 453,000; deathis? *;Th������ latteav  also was Iho   lowest  "ever 'recorded.  JAAVAi.* weu.  Of J. Ogden Armour  L-cft A-n Es^ats^Valus'**'' /CtVOn**MiMson  -���������������?? ���������'���������*������*/ '? ,Doll^rs ~-'^"^t*  Chicago.���������The jayill of J. Ogd������n Armour-./, who- once was worth arv.;est,i-  ;maie'!!?20J-|,^  Vaiih jtind $isipsOf&'r,^  ���������-ta������e 61, $i^ojb,dbo^ ^V?y,      'H' ^Hs ������. ,.v-���������'  .| %pj -wi|l Je|tp3.O.p>000 ?fptit������gfit ������p)  his  daughter,  jLolita,  now  Mrs." Jolain  .T^.lVjlitchell, Jr., and.    an., annuity    of  ?*fl2^00;'t9VheR;husbaT3.d; V      'ZiSt.f?r$$"  The remainder of Yhe estate, except  ���������Tor- ;a''l'^-'iniin^:r;'?'beqnests:--f- of ? * from  $1,000 to $5,000  to servants, was left  Trying To Adjust  Change   Would   Simplify   Problem   Of  Canadians   Working^ In   Border    y?  Cities. ' ~.;a  Toroato.���������The. Toronto Hail Jind  Empire publishes the following ties-'  patch  from Washington:  "A new parpgram of amendments to  immigration "anu naturalization laws  Is"Vbeing y^orrjted out by experts Iii  the- iSabor ^epartmeiit iai anticipation  M?actitih itipon that subject in th'e  next congress.  'JSeci-etary of a Labor Davis, roturii-  ln"gy_iodafy frpni an Inspection of border operations, outlined bis plans to  his" a'ssifltffnts- ������������������ and annou ncftd. that  immigration  In  future. If he has his  hi,-'tr;a^t,forrth^ benefit ot Jhe.-wid^w   way> wiu be on a nauch stricter basis;  iind :daugftter.  aaad  -I73.O00G deaths.  Predict "Early Winter    V  Lovolancl, Col.���������Two Hocks or wild  Griorgo  I^ewm^u,  chief  jgeesq.^have boon seeaa Hying South for  *    of ^th|] ^itnistry   ofj'tli^ f^ItLter.      Tlie'eofly ^^bearraaice,;  ,n^ .^..^.JiffLjiJ-n^a. nnk^ &'$$birds, which usiially d^ not ml-,  fema^o?ia.util\FalL lias;Ied^tojprcdictlo'jiiy  of'iaiv early and (aevere -wlriter. Sportsmen fear the geese all will be goaie  before the huntlnls. season ippemfly/.; V  Tho   1021* report. Bliows  710,1582 births  Starts. Atrial, IVI^ili Service , H . vv  Moi)iri>iil.---t,aniui.'V'������ lU'St atio-nijit  to hi art aaa aiorlal mail siVrviro was1  iaia<h) ttttptomher. 7. ^"Iicn 'Major TauV  ho|i������i, <:���������[ the (;aii.'t<J?aai .{n-'uii ���������Scia ]<���������(<,  laoppi'fl oit'Vrtijar'i.lHvf(!nha.(llsin' ..ViclC-  <*i*h' yanlH nt Multanoaanciivnyiboard,-a  V.'iainc.'i biplane for h'aihor Point,  whore he aiaaido airi'ahFrcnionts io lal<e  nialb. <ilT Ihe Kinpfciv, oi Vi-anco when  the tl hie r wuh, iaa (he StP I^twreiacc  waterway.  ��������� -*��������� - ��������� jj-_,_~���������-,���������j...  ~rr  Leave   For, Hudoon���������,Boy     ;'  ;;:-:,;;MontrpaLTF'Po^owJ^gl, uup^i ,tJa.q^.do^!  imrtiaro of tlao Caaanditui? govcrajineiit  anqrelisi,rit -warjliio;-,������(toamoJ;������y; Canat^aai;  4*iai"liljqi",fforil;IudfBor| IJaty^fti Syda^yj,  N.S.,: jwlaere , a cat'^o oi' coal willyjbtji  loaded, tho dopartaaumt of railways;  nnd cnaanls la������H-. despatched. Iho ������enV  rtiilaig :tiag,VOcotinJ KttBlo, to UudBoii  UTiyv"���������".���������: The. ?tu������ -K-avta fornmrly the fSp  AJ-vaaiB of Iho Saint' John ��������� Dryittyciiv  chomiaany. Itl/tnot known how limb1  IiaoVtJconaa iSiigW-, .vvllT reanaiiu u 1, Ifprt  Ohuichlll. f  ���������   ;"'W^'u!d  Expend OrrjaHlTraHon    "'' *'  Gaaolph, Orat.^���������DlBcUHPioaa of a -Sort-  corlnd. 'effort just ntw getting undOJ"  way to Incorporate ;ill employcoa; of  tho differoavt .bannchuH of tho postal  Hcrvlco cloi'kti, I'lilhvuy aiaall cni'iiorH,  poali'i'',  letlL*i-������-aiihia*ri  and all  ollhtrn  -������Iavlo oiae body leiitiucd the Uili-il'ain-j Kauaph, takeu on tho While. Blrar lines'  naaal     eonvim������loaa    of    tlio    Taoiiali-Jloaa | HoRlna, on  which  Ihey  i"ot.uiW'd, 'Mr,  4  %&      L    1     v       *' 15*  titv  "Chaiagcs in lhe law to" be proposed  Include: Itevision of quota laws sb  as to smooth oiat present diKicaah.les  with Canada aind permit- Canadian  aliens-.to work iai Am<-ricaaa bori'.^a;  'clti^si,? *sai*i|la -?a^ "Detroit and Ihaffalo.  avi I iibut -aind ue h a rd nh I p.  " John Oliver's Will  Vancouver.���������Probate was granted  in supreaiae court by Mr. Justice Mbr-  1'ison of tlae late Prctulea- .lohaa OUvu  ea-"s will. In a four-page document  oxocutHi!. July 1ft last and sl*gn<������l  /'Ilon.'J^ihn Qllv-or,"' the te������fa1or dl'sl-  posedf of?'s\ /^rprfs eslalo of ^7^,1)18,  which 1^ iub^efet to liabilities of $B1D,  so that the net/valuation Is* $7f������.'M)'3.  Mr. Oliver died August, 17 ait Victoria.  The widow, five ' flons and throe  daughters aia-o lhe solo  bimefleiaa'h.'tj,.  1 rr,Tili^tWrtliB������iiaii^SgigM ,     kj||^^  >*rini8Tffl^rTi*i7tn^.Tli^iffiB9rff. ii iMif^^^^^S,.  Return From Visit To England  lion. .1. 10, Ili,ownlop,*"iiaHanaloi'' of A1-"  bcrla, smd Ma*n. , lUrowhleo, rudontly*  retuincd from i:i>gland. In! thin plaoio-  rlgbt.   Othor  nacjiihfu'K  of   alio ��������� j-froup  who  citau������a  bade  on   iho Koglna,  aro,  frona   hft   iu   alKhl:    A.   .1.   McPball,'  larcwdihut^ of  tho  Canadian  Co-opci-a-  1.1 vo   \Vli*).-il,     1'roibacerft     A-fafiot'lallon,  W,      K.   " IT.  IGflfi  ���������jpontai a'lerU.-a or Ontario, nrid lie re.     j ami Mrs,  Urowai>������i are hJmiwii on aim j alrn. .vifi'tnui, iiiki Airti. iJ>. L. iimuii*  Two.' Killed   In Collision  !Cnlr'.ary.y-TAVo  iralnnten   wore   UIHI -  cal, ono  papsenger  Injured, and more  Ihaaa a Bcore wuffmiaag    fi-t.'������ii    aaliKla'gL  bruises  and   p.Iaock, when   C3.P.1S.  pti������-  ,-' ^ -  ���������>������-j*i><���������'V   Iraliis   nim'oiuI   N������������.   1   sunt  rt<ic--  ond No. 2, tWfc.lnipor'a; IJiaailodM. Jijf-'t  in  aj hoad-piv?.collision   at   l>aleiaanad,  -IS miles-cast of Calg.-ary. "aa the amain  A0ainek Cc.avnuniot Party ���������  ���������lljilluHtHtad. 4jea*imiiiy.-���������Tin- Pan-  Gea-aaajua I-cagiae, which h; holding a  convention hern, hn.n ndnpted reHohi-  tioaa������, devnandinj.; the dlnHoltiiion of  the (���������ommuni.'.t purty and a In* tiaappa-e.-i-  idon of l<n HirrTnmn. Th'* b-acaao r������-prn'  tiuial   Ihe  aaaatlonuHt oxtrumhiia THE  dUBSS&K REVIEW  S  Local and Personal  _ Fos SAI���������������Hay loader.     O. Blair,  Oatayoa. .-;"_.       ....   ,y  Wanted���������Milch cow, jugt freshened..   W,JJ. Keaip, B-ricksoa.   y  Pigs Vob SAi^-~Ybrtebires, for  October deHverya B, NbuguSert Cannon.  Stovb   For   Saus���������Fairy   Queen  beater,    No. 23.       J.   W,   Hamilton t  Creston.  Albert (**Buck") Davles, who has  heen -working at Salmo. the past, couple  of months, returned last week.  Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hayes are Spo-  kans visitors this week, leading on  Thursday.  Boarders Wanted ��������� Room and  board in private home for two high  school students. Mra. Maxwell, Creston.  Da������ to th������ rain that pourect dowa  all Saturday afternoon the soccer football snatch between local teams had to  be cancelled. It is intended to make  football a feature of the sports on the  second -afternoon oi tbe fail fair.  The   Grand  is   taking the  annual      Fob SAX.E OR Trade���������For acreage  week's vacation this week, and tPm^l^^^^^^mm^m^^hU  *���������%\\  ho rtn. cUntwr rt*   n^nrnn    fSanl-lItwiHV- ��������� -.-���������,- . * S������   ���������������    . .  will be no show of pictures Saturday, J  l?$>h.  The 11308 report of the Inspector of  Municipalities ishows Oreaton to have  %SB6 of unpaid tastes at tbe end of last  year. ^  Foe Sai^b���������Weil bred nig for breeding purpose*; nine months* 335. Oan  bd-seen at rauch. Mrs. K. Dalhnma  Wynndel.  on  RI  Mrs* JJieLneea. -who has been  visit -with her parents, .KLr. a$ad  Frank Romano, the past month, has  returned to Michel.  Vital statistics for Oreston <tasta*ict  ! for August show a nett igain in  pnpu  latson Of threes with  four birth* and  one death.   Tne newcomers were all  girls.  Trinity United Church Ladies1 Aid  announce a, sale or novelties a������ well as  servinf-f '*iea and light refreshments at  their stand at Oreston fall fair, Sept.  30th.  $1500 good as-rlonfl: us interest is paid.  Write A. B. Taylor, Masonia3 Idaho.  Ms** and Mtw9v.H* ts. Robinson, who  rapentr their' -honeymoon on a ^ motor  trip to Spofe"aoe������ arrived at Oarest^sn on  Tuesday; a*n& will tnke up residence in  the O. B.'-Q-ftffland'house on Qrandview  Heights**-  , y  Miss Sally^otniBon. daughter of Mr,  j and Mrs. -AuiS* Johnson^ Is a   hospital  Tom Copatand, the famous Scottish  entertainer, and -his assistants, will be  heard at Trinity Church, Oreston,  Thursday, Sept. 22nd; under the  aus-   ������ ^&    M.fe -tr   . ai _._,,    A a fi     - .*.  ������.ft. . *t~  jMtteS    MS    W2S   SJ8Z2.1&*    AlU, t������tt OU������UU GO I  cents admission*     "fiSrerythingf ita the j  Si^^&^ aw^iim  trmmm*~t^*W*4\  .- -aw & t* lb u rut ��������� e** $  GRAND THEITRE  .m m s *% *  urs.  i i  No Showing  of Pictures  This Week  John Murrell left last week and  he will s**snd the nest few month's  taking a course in electrical engineering in the Alberta Tephnicaal School at  CaSgury.  .-*    '  n-.i.   ���������    _...      .������ ������i.s ������_   ___.ii.i_'B  I Kit*   ftifHSun    ������������������������-   g^mut?   ua*-uo  uifSu���������U  yesterday aad for ducks and geese the  season extends to tile end of the year,  but grouse must not be taken  October 15th.  At the September session on Friday  afternoon the Women's Institute decided to hare fche annual tag day for  the Crippled Children's Hospital on  September SOth.  B. A, Coanfort of the Creston Dairy  making a satisfactory recovery from |  an  appendicitis operation at tho end  of^the week*      ,  WiNTK������?VVKo^ABi.Ka---Order youat*  supply nowi V Kirtoes, delivered* are:  Carrots. gi.&O per 100 lbs. Beets. ?$2  per MSi'b*;". Turhips, $1.50 per 1*00 Ibtv  iParanIns, $2^50 per 100 Iba. Richardson, Erickson.  Misses    Edith    Crawford,    Mai-loa  | IjsapHS������bs.S,fe csd-Joyce Moore left'.ipsa  Sunday for Victoria, where they will  attend  the Piovinci.al Normal School  the   -ensuing   term,  which   opens   on  ������. A-���������1    Mil..*.  The report of the Inspector Munici  polities to the end of 1828 is just to  hand, ������nd shows Oavston to have a  population of 000. Burns Lake with a  population of 154 is the smallest village  in the province. V  With font inches of rain recorded  after ������P ���������*<> ft*������������  Hth of September all the  foi estry fire patrolmen in this district  were; laid oil at the first of the week���������-  -at least two weeks' earlier than any  previous season.  Cranbrook Cou-rier: The honor of  drawing first blond on the opening  day af the deer season fell to Dr. Hen-  sS^rsott   of Creston, who bagged a nice  line, of Scotch- entertainment will be  provided in evening dress and highland'costume. ������  StstR. Watson was a business visitor  at Salmo last week, arriving home on  Thursday, with a Kelly logging truck  which he' Is using on the transport of  lumber from the Fufcnam. Palmer &  Staples, lilmlted, sawnulS to tbe O. O.  Rodgers bos factory. Mr. - Kodgrrs  has purchased the entire cut and  Watson haa taken the hauling contract.  -N-9W Stock of  Harness  &ee@na raana ���������a-rorc' sn  Shoe and H&rri&s������  ���������irtng  Smmm  ISlii^%    1"% m%&&  ��������� mh**W si*m   m f. .^v  SEaPTEMBER  21 - 22 - 3���������- 24  Ii  this month, with which be is filling  his silo. He has about five acres and  looks for a total crop of SO tons.  From a reliable source comes the in-  formation that the 14927 gaine regulations ujlvo been amended so that It is  now legal to kill black and brown bear  on an ordinary firearms license.  Bert  Malone left last week for Chicago, where he is  taking a course in  the Coyne Electric School, following  ] the    completion    of    correspondence  Imperial Bank Bldg.      0/?������@TOaiV   course with the Scranton School,  is busy with the   sunfiower   harvest | twxt~yea.v old buck which he sent in to  AitgneaR usiirGii serases  SUNDAY, "SEPT.  IS  S aaad 11 sum.���������CRESTON.  ���������jf.30 p.m.���������SIRDAR.  H. .L.* #?������J3#Af@OA#  BAFtFUSTEK   4. SOUO^OR  NOTJSJVV POBLJ&  town to have dressed.  R. B. Staples was one of a committee of three conscripted at Kelowna  last week by they Board of Daeection  to decide the standard size for a No. 1  prune. The eise agreed upon wsis not  less than one .and one eighth Inches.  Furniture Fob Saue���������Si ogle, bed.  mattress and spring: double bed.' mattress- and spring;'lounge, 6 straight  chairs, rocker, 2 Congolium rugs, kitchen table. 3 stoves, kitchen utensils.  lamps, fruit jars. Enquire 2 to 5 p.m.  i Mrs. W. K. Brown, Creston.  U~-������ SI^Hi  FREE ATTRACTIONS  '������������������-'   '" '    - ' ' j  Seven Acts ol VaudevU.ie Twsoe wm\  The Olympic Trio,     Ricardo andf Asnfortk  Tne Wander Girl.       Adeline, the Arabian Acrobat  Conklin c% Garrett's Big Diamond Jubilee Show  Reduced Rates on all Transportation Lines.  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