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 ~~ ���������i*jv-aja^ifi^^*^7*jwSS^  ���������"���������  ain.  ^Vyw  y^  V  ������*"  *'  ���������,v  _            A.   -    '  '/  ITol. XIa.  CRESTON, B. C, FSIBiY, SEPTEMBER 309 I������27  ISO. 82  tgs&meimmmg  visitors at NeJeoEfon Thursday, where  they were attending a Liberal Associ-  ������������.'.������#������������   ������?W.  asss*. sl^s  who have been victors at the -Parkin  home, left at tne first of the week for  vaiaedttfet:.' \ _--- ' f ,  Bill Vaness motored In from the  prairie on Friday last.  .Mrs. W. H. Hilton was a visitor  with Nelson, friends a few days the  latter aoart of the week,  m> -  -Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson of Michel,  who were here foa? the Parkin-Travel**  wedding on Saturday, returned at the  first of liie week.  Charlie Sutcliffe-had the bad lark to  get his thumb caught in a -pulley while  at haying work nn Saturday,' and the  digit was so badly jammed that he  bad to have it amputated*  About seventy friends of Mr. as������d  Mrs. John W. lb arkin were very hospitably entertained at a dance at the  Parkin home on Saturday night foi  Sowing the wedding for which the  nausic was supplied by B. Ostrenski  and H. Stewart on tbe accordeon, k^ad  between dances -songs were contribut  ed by Mrs. Rogers, and Messrs, Dennis,  Bevan, Iravis. Foster and the host.  A splendid midnight lunch wits served  has sli moved and the latter are sow  going out. At least sis places contribute to the outgo���������Geo. Jacks, B, J.  Malthouse, A.I&.XF. Bernard, Fred  Powers and Bert yerbury,  Ks A������ Munt, secretar"*-' for /the Xd&sd  Settlement Board, Victoria, paid the  lister settlement a brief official visit  on l^e������������ssssda5r.  I  a1  w  V  is   ~ considerable  .c&ivity  'f***\\m  There  amongst   assembling' exhibits Sn  the fruit and  vegetable line for the Oreston fall fair.  Mr. Finlay received the sad newt, by  wise on Monday of the death at St.  r������ i  Miss *?hsrlotto .-Speaker, who has  been holidaying af> he? home at Erickson, returned to Trail on Sunday. -  Ertekson school will make  "5^3   5jt\?  =*4?ss  a  Strang I  and cold, There the poor mother was  sitting all alone, crying the entire  night, trying: ten keep the little ones  from ^free'eing, by sharing with them  her 1>wn clothes, while that' so-called.  human went to sleep in a warm bed*  with absolutely no consideration for   Ji  _J3       ������_9_  Jacka, which occurred the evening  previous. Due to the short notice  neither* he nor his sen, John, were  able to attend the funeral.  Lister school will have an entry in  the school districts-' display section of  Creston fall fair this week, and at a  meeting at the school on Wednesday  nightJast a committee of six was  named to gather tbe fruit, grains and  vegetables and btage same. Mrs.  Fred' Powers heads the committee,  aind ie assisted by Mrs. Sinclair. Col.  Fred Hdstr&r* M.P.P^, E* J. Malthouse,  B. Stevens* and Principal Parker;  nun  ..**.  the &inging of Old Lang Syne.  !������_-  School Districts* display  at  Creston  fair this week.  x*. Jsk. auui. w������ua iwsrw tiuui aimmruef  last week looking after operations on  visa Ctuiii. rducil UwS.  Miss Winnie Palfeeyman was favored with last, week's surprise party.  There was quite a'large gatheiing and  a most enjoyable time was spent. -  D. A. MacDonald of Cranbrook is a  visitor here this week, a guest of F. V.  Staples.  Frank Cell! .of High River, Alberta,  was a vleito? here dnr-ing -the wees,  looking after the harvest and shipping  of his, apple crop.  Gecald Timmoa-s, who is now work  ing at Cranbrook-? was home for the  weekend,   and ' SHvai Timmons    and  children returned with him.  Tbe road crew is making some needed repairs on the. hard surface road  east- of the Putnam ranch. The big  steam roller was shipped back from  Bo^stend a'|?o?s'h ths s?������?d������Is3 of the  month.  ���������* **.! sJm* %n>   ���������r*r &iaa������a vg a  the  who araaight have perished farom  wild beasts or through fright. '  . I hereby respectfully request and  demand through your paper tuat  the BritEtth justice be handed dotrn.  and the authorities iiea that Mars. M.  Olsen, care -Queen's Hotel, Cranbrook,  be paid a- fair and handsome sntx. of  atnone^ for the   saaflerine   this   bam.ve  Mrs. O. M. Goodman of Cranbrook  was a visitor here a couple of days last  week, a guest of ber daughter, Mara.  Koy Paeoetor.  MrSi E= Dibl������y was a between trains  caller at Creston on Friday.  Mr. and   Mrs. B. F. Whiteside  are  (���������nauSovinBr   ut-.    nMSmA   ffisnnfefi-    Soa.Vltl#  last week*'  Charlie, nine-year  oia son of sax.  and Mrs. Lombardo, had the misfortune to fall and break hia left arm on*-"**  Sunday.     Prfscapa!   SmSth motored  rot-therandher dear little ones went ��������������� t* Creston whe.e Dr. Henderson  Major SSaliandalne  I>eear hunters should find this eectiwn  a likely place to get a supply of venison, as, these animals are doing rather-  - :ar������aaa9-aaanra������������-������������^^ge:w'-^e^  ate* orchard**, _f' '   ' '���������  Haanry and Sedgewick .Heinle got  back iasfe *������ieek froui -a holiday visit in  Spokane,, where they were nt the air  derby.  Jftn. W, Rel! of Simberlipy has bee*i  here the past week on his usual fall  vacation^ having spent the -first week  of the holidays at Spokane.  _. Fired Huscroft left a few days ago to  help with Alberta harvest and. threshing, and hats struck ajoh near Granum.        i  Mans. Pomford and Mrs. B. S. Smith  of Moyie were visitors last week for a  short stay with Mra. Yerbury.  Chaa. Ward and Mr. Switaser of  Oi-uiiurook, wete her* at the Srat of  the; week, writing up insurance for the  c> Monarch Life Company fur which the  former is the Bast Kootenay representative.   -".'���������'',.  Speery Phillips of the department  of agriculture stajb^ f Victoria,"with his  father, 0. H. Phillips. Kimberley, are  spending the week at the Phillipa  ranch.  ���������  r ' . \  Oster district in on the"appla ship  ping list this year with quite a noticeable    movement    in    Wealthy    and  Mcintosh, Med.    The .former variety  Mr. and Mrs. E. Uri and Mr. and  Mrs. K. X?ri Were vseitcss at Snokane  last'week taking in the air derby, re*  turning-on Friday.  Winlaw's eawmill resumed opera*  tions last week, .and is finishing up the  sessoss'b cut of ties.   '  through',  through   the   said   driver's  neglect.  In speaking to  about this terrible thing, that could  almost have cost hia man lives, he (Said  tbe man ought to be in jaai. "Sfoui-������  for what is right.  .     CAPT. C O. PETERS.  "JP  took care of the injured member, and  Charlie is coming along nicely now.  Sirdar residents whose memory goes  ba<ek about fifteen years will hear with  regret of the death of a former resident^ 3|epheo O. Watson, which took  place at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, early  in the month. He was employed here  for some years, leaving in 1903 for  Bnnsssrs Ferry, where fee went .poultry farming, and at the time of his  Miss Dorothy CXra of Sirdar was a  between train's visitor .one day 3ast  Demands. BrUwlhl Justice  Mrs., Vic. Johnson,  who   has   been  holidaying    at   Vancouver, -returned  homeorn Friday. " "**���������  ���������      ���������     $���������    . -  ^Misses H-ingheim.-.PenlBons. Payette  and Benedette left on Sunday -for  Bosweii for the apple harvest  J  t-  m    .%   m  Sept. 30  H_BS3    fflj   BBSS f^^k  EATii  Oct. 1  Hipl Hip!   Let's Go I  BEBE DAMELS  season.  E. LeBarge. who hasfbeen working  at Trail, returned home on Sunday.  S. Benedette, who' is working at  Boawell, was a between trains visitor  here on Sunday.  Mrs. Towson . left, lost we������k for  Barons, Alberta, where she will remain through the  threshing season.  Mr, oaid Mrs, H������, Baihie, 'jr.,. and  family, who have been on holidays  here, retiawed to their home at Ross>  land on Saturday.  Alex. Cameron Was a visitor at Nelson on Thursday hist, attending tho  Liberal convention held in that city  that evening.  Emros Rsvisw:   - -  Sx^-���������~^.s trlif^tiss���������ersi������*sje^. ha*api$kn*sd  ������s.*^,;^3-^t&>$o t^Danl^h^onsrat.work h������To������v  onto; a very "serious^ casevcomes tea- his  attention iirtbe affairs of Mrs. Minnie  Olsen, & Norweigan mother with three  vutiuiBu���������-nn ������am������������������v������    w^vvu j.���������<J,7c. %ttm c(^@  ���������who landed- in Creston on Sunday,  September 25tb, from Cranbrook,  where she was to meet her husband,  ���������Oeorge Olsen, on *Saturday. -   *  Filling to find ham at Cranbrook  she was advised tor-come to Creston tta>  locate hiiia. bait without success^ so oaa  J. Mciiobb, Creston, was a Friday  visitor here, and on the same day S.  M. Wattton of the same town, was  here on a business visit, along .with  Gteo. Strong, proprietor of the Oo-oa-  mercuil Hotel In the same aawaa.  Frnyincia! Police H. Mcl^iren of  Creston and Oeo. Huscroft, forestry  pats-ol, were here on official business  on Saturday.  Ch������rlae Bush, ������ad Abar and G-. Foisy  left for the prairie, on Friday, where  they - h������vs -& harvest  s.nd   th?e������hins  I season i<������b.  Kitchener had   visits   on    Monday  fttsintlhe Iwo ioeni fbre^ry <t������Scials.  death was operating a Sock of close to  2000. He waa 60 years of age, and is  survived by ������s widow and one sister  rt* ������..   xiicsun||  MtU|  aF*F&ug'?'u������������(ibS  m  SmMtamtW.^. j���������%.      BB jtm. ^m^tm. turn u m ^hl  Tlie Campus  A citptiyating college co-dd  with ilirtatiouB- eyes, Bebe  Daniels ae *4The Campus  Flirt" will steal your heart.  ... m h  Mr. and Mrs. C. Wnlde with Mr.  Wearmoaatb. were motor vtsitom to  Spokane lust week, and were the Can-  yon representatives at the big air  derby.  BraTH���������On September 81st, to Mr.  and Mrs. John Gartlsnd, a son,  Rev. N. Chnppel, who has been in  charge'at Cranbrook nil summer, took  the United Church service nt Canyon  on Sunday afternoon. Thin Sunday*  at 8.80 there will be the aanuul monthly  Church of England sorvlce.  Friday, 8 Oth, has been declared a  half holiday at the achool and if the  weather la* fine there will be a large  turnout of parentw *������nd children nt- the  Oreston fair. The pupils have been It,  training the pnst. weok, and  should  K'v������ ������* KMO*<   ���������^-t- -���������-������   ������--������  i/he sports.  For the fir������t time in  many   years  Ciiny<������ta I* thin hchwid flwfferiwf? tri&m  the operations of orchard thieves, who  havo' boan nctivo the past week removing fruit left In tlao orchards over  night. Phonse (liiygena has lost several boxen, au well as others', nrad those  guilty of the thefts aire expected of  being Oianyon reoldonts. ''  Manford Smeantelaoai sp^nt a couplo  of tiuyw at NeEsou at li������- mi ml of fu������r  week, attending the fall f������i>. and re  presenting the Canyon at tha Liberal  convention In thut city on Thairwlny  nlmfht.  mixsm<o  made for tickets for their return to  Cranbrook���������together with some cash  for expense's���������and on September 2������3th  news came that she bad found her  husband.  IVjow. Mr. Editor, what I wish to  really call to'your readers' attention  ia the most inhuman outrage ever  committed on a toother with. three  little tots, by a truck driver who was  taking tfasssa from ������!������n w������>od to Pinefeer  Creek. Hia truck stuck in the mud.  nine miles from Pinoher Creek at nine  in the evening of September 23rd, and  he deliberately left the truck and left  the poor woman with lifer three children sitting in the front seat all night  and until the next forenoon before  again showing up.  The night was pitch dark, raining,  Christ Church, Creston, was th&  scene of a very pretty wedding on  Sabuirday afternoon, when the rector.  Rev, S. Newby, -united In marriage.  Marguerite (Rata), daughter of Mr.  sand Mrs. J, W, Parkin of Alice Sidiag,  with Frank Travis of Natal, the happy  event being witnessed by a company  of relatives - and friends of the contracting parties.* The "church was  prettily decoiatied  for' the  occasion,  F. H. Pym  of Cranbroa^^and.^GapJU >ahd?tht������ bride.wasjgfven away by^her  Date of Usj&Skm.'' -r'- *^ ' '^'r &Mw.-l~ ;^c*^J^___^___g������^i-i-!������5tj3^  erepecla chene with overdress of anan&e  ���������k  In  Party Dresses  A representative of Consolidated Garments, Ltd., will  be at our storcl  Saturday, Oct. 8th  Afternoon and Evening  showing the newest creations  in these lines.  Capt. Jos. W, Bell of Kimberley  was renewing Kitchener acqnaintan-  *ce8 on Friday, coming in from Lister,  where he is on a visit with Col. Fred  and Mats, Lister.  W.Crosby and Sanv Bysouth, well  known residents of Kuskanook, were  Tuesday callers here.  M������ and Mrs. Robintson of Creston  were caliera on xuesday.  .  ;33.T*....KSKs-   Ki������3.    j3...j.vui(.y,  ^Vium    vH"  anil   Marion   FoiHy,   of   Lumberton,  v,'er������' nssrtar ?isitor*s.. Thursday.  Mr. und Mrs. B. Johnson ^vvere business callers at Crestoai on Thu:*5dtty.  C. A. Burtlett of Vancouver, -was a  bueineas visitor on Friday, along with  C. A. MacfilillaD, the well known in*  surance representative, faa^ohi the same  city, -f ,-.,;.'. " ���������:' ���������-;"'-.-, }'?.'.������������������  material, and bridal veil with orange  blossoms, carrying a boquet of white  carnataoae. The bridesmaid was hor  ������ist������*r, Mis������ Annie Parkin- who wore,  ivory silk and carried white asters*  The flower girls were little Misses  Violet Parkin and Marguerite Elko,  sister and niece of the bride, who bore  baskets of 8 weet peas.   The best aman  4������r,  ,_,���������-������_    ,.������  %M t ..*lk ^\TI  UA.WMVTJU  mediately after the service the bridal  party and invited guests returned to  t-ise bride's home where a saisapfcuoars  wedding dinner was served, and in the  evening a dance was given in honor of  Mr. and Mrs, Travis, wlio were the  recipients of many useful presents.  The newly weds left for their home at  Natal on Monday and take with them  the best wlshles of all for a long and  2is.ipgsy wedded life*  Garments   snay  &te   haui&ht  from this showing and  taken away  oy Wrwrdm-  ast&rst isvtsnsxziatci.'ym  Local and Personal  .*������ ��������� _   . i,  Holy Maes will be celebrated in Holy  Cross Church. Sunday, October 2nd.  Piob Foil Saxos���������Yorkshire Whites,  six weeks old Sept, 80th, $0. P. W.  Foot, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson were  Thursday-Satorday visitors at the fair  at NelBon.   They report the exhibits  not up to the standard of other yars.  Chilst Church will havo the harvest  thankeglving service on Sunday, October 16th. Aa the day li also children's  Day tbe service will have a twofold  aspect.    -  Itev. ^/elunn Chappel, who linn had  ^haa-jso of tho United Ohtarch cat Cxasao  brook the past three months, preached  In Trinity Church., Creston, on Sunday evening,  Wintbib Vw&WFAmMti���������Oixler your  supply note. Prices, delivered, aro:  Carrot*. 01,60 per 100 lbs.     Beets, $2  gw 100) lbfc.   Turnips, Q1.S0 per 10Q Ibft,  arfinlns. HSLKO per 100 lba.   Richard-  aon, Mrioksoo.  It pays to advertise alright. In connection with tho sale of lands in this  district for arrears of taxes the pro-  vineial collretnr received airaoat S1200  tn the w<"������k prior lo the appearnnce of  tho ndverllaattE(ft!hl!i amount eoverlnfj  ten properties which were withdrawn  half years old.   The newcomers were  Jerseys���������a bull and a heifer,  Mr. and Mrs. McLaren and Mr. and  Mra, Hayea wero motor visitors at  Sandpoint, Idaho, on Monday, Farm-  era on the dyked lands at Bonners  Ferry report their seed pea crops have  withstood the September spell of wet  weather with practically no damage.  M8S8y~H3ITS8  SA^^lTM ^mmm^^Bmm ^-%^^^-^Si Ji^^JB^^iiiiii^^^^Ej^ mSBFT^Bm  .1 .....  w.������<w<  1  i  J. P^ Ccw(������k this week report* this  wntek. <aoninthlt������|| quita u������������uHiua������J Ui Iho  nralnml ktngdom���������th** birth of twin  calve* from a heifer ju������t two and a  jg^ zit*n������t m������ ilnst Full Fair  . There is only a taw ciaya w3a������iii  spraying? can be done offootivelyl  By owning; a machine thia risk  eliminated. Tho Maasey Harris  ia tha moat eliloiont maoliino on  iho market tocJay and the price  ia BIGHT.  There will bo two maolainoo on  exhibition at tho Fair on Bapt,  28th and 30th. Come aud ueo  them cleitiioikbtraEoci.  Cma 'igf"    jA^    JLf% ____!_& JU |j_f   % >wm^ w&i^Ji&tfmm i^     k^  fLmB jfflt %^ R^H Q   I EJ? mm &i   B     B  Moasoy-Harris Agent nr  THE    REVIEW,    CEESTON",   B. , C.  i.  EMUISION  Beauties Of Natural World  i ,- ^.y.  arnan������fr������r������ar ���������������/  ~mr*ir ���������***  IULU  Peter Verigyigu *the, ybunger, has arrived from Russia to''assume leadership of the Doukhobors an Canada.  "f" The Canadian Government has proposed, to Poland conclaision of. a  treaty of "'commerrce and' it is understood  that    negotiations    will    begin  '"feliOft v.  People   Who   See   Them    More   Than  Fortunate  Says  Viscount Grey  "Of all the joys of life which anay  fairly^^mev-jinder "the head of recrea-  ti^;-,t1^i^^wpfSi^inojpe:':^^at, more  refreshia^^mo^-:i^Sene1^al*il in. the'  wiliest s&nse yof tt^ie w<^������������han  real  . ..���������.-'-*������������������������-7-*to'- y^ '���������'-''?���������'<������������������������������������ ���������  :v*-'- ���������    -.'���������-'������-"*"       ������������������^-,'>.-��������� ���������  love of the    beauty    of'*'" tlie' 'world,"  ���������TV A. *trUiil' .) >   AMWUU'v '- <������������������****,* \j*J-"*  Papers?  ��������� i.A  *Tb  h?*^1  Best- for-  You and  &aby too  SUNDAY sninoi. ifssom t  B������****#������ l������r *\ a> **\      rar*v������������>v ���������*** ****    emm**m.m*wmm*' -w* m*s  OCTOB&R 2  ELIJAH ON   MOUNT CARMEL  -v.gcplde*n^.T^t:31---',OJfci,oose you this ^ay-  whSm-pe -vfcfll %erv*S?^���������- Joshua 24.15.  ^'ffbssclfe-llKinffs-- i������|    ' f^  Jfe^^^^gV   Psalm 115. Jg&  9-11. ?.  ' ���������"-.' ''"::".  ?.-,'?;,..  "Some  people   catindt  feel    if.  such people I can-only sayr as Turner  once, said, to a lady whoy complained  that she tcoaihjt; not see sunsets as .he  pafnted: tkeia.    VDon't ycau wash you j May   Acfd   Airplanes  coul&ymadaan?" .-_. Bait   tp.ihose   "whe ^^   ,  hsjye some :, feeling that the nl&tu-ral  world- has, beauty-fin it I would say*  cultivate rthis. feeling -3ml encourage  it In;every.wavy:-you can. Consider ihe  To  Present Service  Admiral Baron Sadalaichi Kato, who Beascms.y the yjoy, ,o������; the spring, the  commanded the Japanese fleet during i *Pj������rfor of the summer the-sunset  -the-ateae'of Tsin^ao. China, in the j ^lora of the autuann, the delacate and  World War.'is' dead. He Was a form- ! f!^Ul **^  er chief of the Japanese naval boai*d  of education.  -*^     Dr. Edward. Sapir, -Canadian anihro-  \ pologi^t; has. been appointed to a full  professorship at    the    University    ol  r Chicago, where he is iaa charge of ihe  department   of  sociology aaid  anthropology.  Five new commissioners foi* oaths  have been aappointed in Saskatchewan. They are:Peter Gross, St. Bos-  wells; William H. .Uriaee, Kisbey;  John F. Maloughney, Holdfast; Hugh  Ellis, Saskatoon, and Walter .%V. Robertson.   Saskatoon.  The memorial to Lieut. Ilichard  Douglas Ssndfcrd,, Y?C. who drove  the submarine GS. loaded with 15 tons  of high explosive, into the pile work  of the mole at Zeebrugge and blew a  breach, .150 ? feet wide, _hasybebn unveiled-on the anole in Belgium.  Commander  Richard  E.  Byrd   says  becraty of snow, the -beauty of light  upon water, what the-.old.-.Greek-called,  the smiling of the sea.  When  we are bored, -when we aire  out of tune, -wheaa-we have little ^worries; it clears our feelings aaad ehalag-*  es o*ua> niootl  if  we   can get in toucl ,  with the beautv of the aiatural world "  Princess Enj-jycd Joke  Princess Mary wa-s among those  who appreciated: the jtoko when, the  band ait a Manchester ceremony she  was attending struck aap the tune,  "Let's all go to Mary's house." The  Pri n cc���������s had just >M*# ������; found ation  stone at Mancliestea: laifiraiary. and. as  she stepped down from the platform  the scng was played. At once some?  of'the-onlookers took up the refrain  and sang lustily the words, "And let's  have a real good time."  Big Land Deal  Negotiations   for  the   sale  of   6,000  that he plans to leave New York next j acr^s of land in the Madiscn. district  August on his  South Pole expedition '  and that Floyd Bennett., who accom-  Matter Said To  Be  Under Considera-  tiora By Ci f>f R. Official       y  - ?Is Cknkaiii'' fibottiy" to adopt th-b 'air-*  plaaae as a suppdoment to -flab ta-ans-  contiuental iiyer. on a commercial  scale? Are... iho day and night cross  country trips-, to .he cut - Iu. half or  third, as at preseaat over aa. consider-?  able Kottioia of Western Europe? Is  uir-inail _'ifor the Dominion sm early  development?.''  liaraiediate steps..in those directions  seenas   to  be  iaadicated, by  the move-  j ment     being     aliade     to     tai-ge     the  j Canadian   Pacine Railway  to  add  aai  air    ba-anch    to    its    present    service  j which,   it   is   said,   is   being   pushed  ! by JMajorvGeneral    J.    H.    MacBrien,  for-inei*  chief  of  staff.  General- MacBrien as at present provisional ,ehiair-  anan of  the  Canadian ^\h* League. ,  It is expected, that MaeBa-ieti will  be p'.acecl in charge^ of the railway's  aerial department... ."if it matea-iaiizes.  He is himself "a licensed air-pilot,  hstving taken the course at Catnp  Borden a year or }3o ago', and, in a-d-  dation, has*, made an intensiv e ? study  of aeronautics.      f  Maciii-ieii's plans, it is saiu, ha^e  been studied and endoTsed by C.P.R?  officials.    The railway is sound.ing out  . ..     ilxpiaraa'tioris and Corcirricnta  '"* If Eiij^lx's "* Meeting With Ahab,.  Verse3-*-lr'20r���������^Afterv^y^tiiree-y^years^^^of'^  sevea'e famine iai Saaa.aaa*ia because of?  the drought, ?Aiaab called ^Obadiahi nig  superintendent,? and told, him ?to. ?gqtj  in search of wat^r foaytheiK perishing,  horses ^*ad.mulesv He \yas. niei by?  Eli jala, who badel-ecl.'. ta tin", to infoti-itL  Ahab that rain *' :wa% "ctimiiig. 'Ahab  cama to^ meof 'Q.lijalv '.'Thou itroubler  of JsVaeH" were'-V-the. ', iking*s "^raai^ry  words of greeting. 'Bcildiy Eiijaiii a*:e-  toried'- that -tii6'; 'kiiig^f-'w^a?- -ihe*urea������  Iroubler of the; aiation, facr^he-vliad/forr-,  saken tlao comana,nd.meaais of tlae Lord  aaid had followed the gods bE Jezebed.  < "Thus ^ven in ianclfent days tlae Vfee-'  long dispute-:  cohtiauecS . anjosjg; .eon-?  *r���������-'^-r-cr. , - -*>^ "-���������y.'ry- ���������^���������^.^���������o-.-.^.o - ,...>���������- ,^%.**v .-r*r ,;  other the i*esponslbiliiy for evils  among God's Vpeople. In Christ's-day  it - as the charge., of. the ?E*harisees that  ha trotibled Israel with teachings that  were .subversive of the- traditionsf of  the elders. With passing generations  the expression of bigotry changes;  the spirit .6f anti-Chi*istian intoler-  since anr**. bigo'ta^y, laoweyer, is," constant. The most effective' way to  meet error is the restatement -Jof  truth. Wheal, 'loyalty to truth*-finds  expa*ession in malicious , attacks upon  those holding different views, the object is fraistrated."-���������Record' of Christian Work. ���������-������������������y-':-.-:-!v>-- /-, -.--V^":-'  ;,-: Then Elijah ordered the -king to as-  sem.ble on Mount Carmel aJJ the  priests of Baal aiad of the Asherah?  The kirag did the prophet's biddiaig;  l|yj|s-w_g  ������������������WWl.mUL-^A  1  Snfl������rf \mfmm  ;i,.jl-?it������fes):-: '���������������������������'  ���������  yQufck,;.aij<I po|T|.Iyo relief is availiilile  tK'roiag-K the use of Anusol Sup-  positories.  Your physician will -teU .you tlau,t  there Is no safer op?, .aaqttcrfifaict^-  surgical treatment ot I'iles. Tho heed  -of������ asurglcal-attontioai, is-,ofteaa^obviated,  throxafth "thier heallni,' ieffect - of th^so  reinedlaIi.-SuSP,os.|-t^ri<������s������ i^r+vf. A'  Half a ceaatury... of .^success in the  treatment or Hemori*hoids Cities). Is  *,yoxar ������,3starance,-ofs good: re������Mlts. -Ask  your druggist.; Or write., uis" for one  dozen, postpaid J $l.&0^v-'i������&nadlan'y:'������!-8  -foreign ."Agency .,,Corripapy,, . Unity  I  D'ailding.' MontVeair ""?li'f. ' "   J ?  ^S^P^RP^ia^HIKS  Vaslness Is An Asset  panied. him on his flight to the North  PCle, would be second in command of  the party.  Mere than 1/043,000. gross tons of  shipping, consisting of 656 xuotorships���������;  axyid steamers and 182 sailing vessels ���������  of 100 tons or more, were lost* brok- i.  en up or condemned throughout th%;  world in 1926. according to tlae annual 1  wreck, statistics report of ^ Lloyd's  Register of shipping. ,.  Definite annenncement was made i  aat Calgary, Alta., that the Russian  Government has renewed arrange-  - ments for purchasing 4,000 horses in  Westea*n Canada, including British  Columbia. The animals will be of a  higher standard tl-uan those shipped,  last year, and higher in price.  Homestead entries for the first five  months of the present year in the four  western provinces total 2,261, as  against 2,381 for the corresponding  five" months of last yeai*. Saskatchewan heads the list with 1,038 enta*ies,  followed by Albei*ta with 913, Manitoba with 273", and Ba-itish Columbia  with 37.  of Saskatchewan. 160 miles southwest j the federai..government to seeif-it is  of   Saskatoon,   were  opened, receaitiy fp\^������^!^? *?��������� 5������!^ ^"?'*���������-?> ^ari3f;yheavy  by the Canada Colonization Association, the purchasers "being twenty  Mennohtte families, ail'in the Dominion but living in scattereid districts.  When Asthma Comes do not des-.  pair. Turn at once to the help effective���������Da\ ,T. D. ICollogg's Asthma  Remedy. This wonderful reaaaedy will  give you the aid you need, so soa-ely.  Choking ceases, brealhiaag becomes  ���������natural and without effort. Others,  thousands of them, havo suffered as  you suffer but have wisely turned to"  this faanous reaaiedy and ceaised. to  liuffcr.   Get a package this very day.  The highest railroad iaa the world  Is tlie Central Railway of Pea*u,  which reaches an altitude of 15,681  feet aaad aaaainauins a Htatlo'ta oC 15,665  foot. . .     .  OltJJ*ppular Pastime  ^V^u,        ',-  May Be Revived  1    Ml  V ������������'���������  expenditures fby means fof* subsidies  . The.auanouaxcjement is beingywatchA  ed with the , keenest interest, / and������  there *is^-maicla vspectalatidzi as to  whether the railway that was the  pioneer in transcontiriental?"deveioi)-  aaeait wiii alsoybe a" pioneer in this  spectacular���������"* ad_rance ! sstep - for"Vfuture  transpbrtaticTiV r    ���������-���������.-���������  .--y-'"-i^  _*_:������������������-~A ���������.. ���������-������������������ ������������������-���������  A Corrector of" Pulmonary Troubles.  --Many testimonials cculd be preseat-  I od -sho-aVing the great efficacy  of Dr.  ' Thomas' Eclectric Oil in correcting  disorders of the respiratory processes, but the best testimonial is experience and the Oil is recommended to  all who suffer from these disorders  with, the certaiaity that they will And  relief. It will ally inflammation in th^  bronchial tubes  and Tesis One's Skill  The good old    game    of - throwing  horseshoes  is being revived aa^d Ibida  fair to become one. of the most popular pastimes of the day.,: _        -  Votaries of the game will be, interested to learn that the woaiii!s  record for women was broke ai at  Bloomingtcu, Illinois, when Mrs' Len-  ham, foarmer world's^ el*tamp������dn, pitched -six -consecutive ?r doaiI>le iringersr;  beating theformer record ofvfLve and  making an average of 833 points, in  one-,game.'._<.;_.._._ .-,._..-���������;* .... ��������� ,,, -.;;:.----,.,  The gameVof horseshoes is neither  strenuotss nor expensive, y^t fafrnish-  es pleaity of opportunity for testiiag  one's skill and judgment along its  own peculiar lines. So, if you arre aiot  in the golf clafss, try horseshoes:  Cianadia Hais Bridged "Gabs That Were  ���������= Obstacles Tb Nation-Buiiding  -��������� In days gone : by, - Canada's vast-  ness was a drawback' aind ^a liability  At one time it seemed almost impossible that a country "of such -widespread territory ,co.uld* be. moulded  along national lines. , ��������� The terrific  gaps bety/een centres p_f population,  the wilderness of the north" countiw,  the foa*biddingr mpuntajns of the far  West, all loomed as obstacles to na-  tion-bullding. ;\      ?     V '  , But the gaps were bridged, the  wilderness pierced and the inbun-  tains crossed. oi-"tunneled-. Canada's  vastness is }f.ovr ���������sea 'asset. In this  great qouritry almost every" natural  resource may. be found. And thei^e"is  room for all our people and aiiany  mallions |moa*e. r.  Seme day, many, wdse tHinkers believe, Canada will, be the centred the  cTiief nation/of the British^Commonwealth of Nations. Many stranger  things have coaiae to pass?  Donates Flying Ambulance  A flying ambulance for the-isolated  inhabitants of Lapland', in Northern  Sweden, has been donated by a Swedish, railroad batald.er, on the occasion of  his birthday. One aerial ?ambulancQ already has been laiaintainedi in Lapland for the last three years. ^Ta-om the  frozen wastes, it lias made many  rescues, carrying, patients to 1:hw  military laospitial at Boden, Sweden's  claieC stronghold on the edge of tlao  Arctic zone.  ?   Painless and perfect in their action,  Miller's Worm Powders .aire always a  safe and reliable rerhedy'for children  j who show symptoans of worms. These  symptoms are ea.slly recognizable in  a feverish " rbstles'sness," ; freqaaeritly  ending in convulsions. A poiiit of notable importance ��������� is that after .Miller's  Woran OPowd.ers have expelled tho  worms; the stomach aaaad bowels are  toned up into avery-h.ealt.hy condition.       '        -.-   .   ...-.-    ���������  ,^.  Fox hu.tatea*s^of the south do not kill  their auarrywith firearms, but practice  the hunt    ns    do    the    English  sportsaneai. ',,  fteaper-Thresher Machines  Reapea*-thresiieaf machines are being introduced thi'oaighout the Brandon district. Ono company caia-ried  over 54 machines from last year and  brought iaa. 275 addltloaial this year,  nearly all of \vhlcli"ft&,"vb been shipped  out to fariaiers. Tlao mrfjority aro going to Saskatchewan with a nuanber  to Alberta.  Device For Typing Music  ���������m������v������' Machine Wbijld    Greatly  Facl.ll-  ''v?f" taite A/ybrfc 'Ofr:C6rnp6s<ers''':> '} "  A machine by? wSicla; ^m^sers willV  be able to type dbw^ their musical  ideas in one or several copies, ' as  easily as ai letter is-written by typewriter,- has 'just "been perfected by  Lajos Viragh, a retired postal director. The model of the machine on  which Mr Viragh. has beeai at work  for three years,, is .^cpiistructed. of  ���������wood and rubbesiv aaid should the  manufactured machines prove as satisfactory as th.e model, the ^grqrk of  composers and tho^e obliged to read  mariuscx-lpt music will' be enormously  facilitated?  Min-ard's Liniment for  Asth'ma.  ,If the .average man was aa good us  lab thinks other aneaa ought to bo It  woaaldn'tho loan,- .'until * his vanity  ra-iadV) hlaaa toulieuvy.     -  DODOS  I '!y;^g';^,iM^FM,; ��������� ^ '���������������������������I *"  Kl^vW^K"  Modi ah Frock  Chui'iaiingly gracefial ia this attractive frock, having a tunic at eiieh side  of the .-'lightly flared .skirt.    Tho bod.-  iao  has gathora  at  the slaoaalders,  a  vestoo aaad scallopod collar. Tlao long  sleeveta aro tlart-flttiul, loof.e, or gath-  to   wrlflt-bandH,  and   a wld.o   belt  is i  fl-nlshod with huttonR .ait the front. No. \  1651. I,) iaa Hix.es HO, :5.S, .10,  12 aiud  44  inche.H baaHt. IE tlao dress  i������ made of  ono material only,   size   88 ������������������I'cqula'os.  i 3"j;   yaudfi  :iO-inch,  o'r nVi*  yardo  54-  ! inch naiitorinl.    VIowh A and 13, size  ! OS. roquird !! yards    30-Inch,    or    2%  iynrdi*. 54-Inch aairattniail for tlio dross,  I nnd 1% yurtlH IIO-Inch, or % yard 54-  ' iru-.U ccmlra^tlug.    Trice  20  cents  tlae  ' pattern.  How To Order Pattern-]        ,  AddroBB���������\V I mil pog NewBpapcr Union.  175 MoDcrauot Ave,. Winnipeg  Patten*.   No    Slze..^,....  .  IM- ��������� ��������� ���������  thef?  1 Name  ."W  t.f  1700  I  a OW8S    it* * -  H>    Irt I*    ***    *   4    I   *|  ,; Loo4cs Like Extermination. ���������;���������  The 4,000 sportsmen who made returns to   Saskatche*wan   gamekeepers  department last' year* secured -a total  bag of. 100,000..  duck,    26,000    prairie  chicken, 6,000 ruffed grouse, and 3.20p. ff  geese."' In order to obtain some idea,"  of the  approximate  bag of all hunters it  is  to  bo assumed  that  12,000  who   did - not   make 'returns   seciired  the same average bags. ������  In the Woods  Hiaaitevs find Mlnard'c * an <>x-  - eel lent    remedy     for    sprains,  cuta and; wounds.,- Pack a bot-  s Uo in your kit.   - j->j'j!--jiiiiia>i  A ��������� BROKEIM   DOWN  IIYaTISM.  Tlal������ is * condition (br disc aat 1 to wliloli doctor*  glvn many lartmoi, bill which Com otthmtn really  U"Jo������������l������l������J.'3*l-l������llJ������kMJ'y VVC4j](������>C������fc-ulm:������l-dQ������vU.  *m il wro, oflbo vltul force* lU.vt ������umaliith������iy������-  Una.   No metier what ni������y b������ luoaute* (Ihey ������r������  Ulnioll numbarku), it������ ������yiijpl������n.������ nra much 1'  ���������������dib; lhe more:  1 lb*  IP  nroDilnei'il b������ln������ ileep!(:B������ne������i������.  ���������en������������* of promotion or wearlner.i. riftprt������Bion of  ���������plrlt* ������nd vrawi of mnnrnr for Ml aha ordinary  njJ4u������oflit#. Mo-w.yv'.i.UmIi'JIcJbuajnoluicly*!.���������������������������-  llal In all ������uch case* U IncreiiiedviMlliv-vlpour.  ������iul ������tr������nKih and enervy to lluow off llir������a  morbid foel'tigi. and *a nlxhl *ucc������eda the (Uv  ttnlimfty bomoWitfir������aln_lw������<-cur*il l>y * cmu������n ai  THIS NEW FREWOH REfWlEDV.  FIRST CUNARD STEAMSHIP  Tlaifa in nn allegorical float oE the first. Gunard steamslalp, tlio Britannia,  wialch In 1S-10 mado lti) ���������.������injdcn'' voyago from JJvorpool to Halifax, a*nd inaiag-  vl a  uratod. tlao Arm Htiiamaalalir aervlco,across tho Atlantic. Thia tloat rcproacntod  thia Citama'd Lino ita tlao-recent pageant given before alio princcm, i'ji'iaaier and  Mrs. Baldwin, at Otta-isra, dt thia conclusion of the World'o roullry fJongreas.  Thn j\.ii|.;<-ii������i( wilh Imld Jn hoiitvi' of tlio dult>iiii'rH to tlni Conaji-c'-ht*, who caiuo  from all i>rirt.*'-* of i\w world.  tl |L|jfairC3< JnL C#'fi||r������ m||i _^2>  tilth%y anyoiiifer hmjvyn"to'^TTlnalTon, Jioameiar ���������  ** ill Iftakaniii ������r,coii������iico with tlmdlreciionri ���������������>���������  ������ompanylni(fr.-*������Hlth������aliaitair������dliialifibr*r('iitorrc)  THI BXPrniNO LAMP OP LIFE  I LIGHTCD UP AIFREBH.  btid������r������ewrxlft<ene������ Imparled ������m>l������tr of whaihai)  ���������0 lalaljr aatniad worn-oua,wa������ic| iin.Bnd VRltielrra.  *TUl'iWon������l������rfi,liifif.dLfi������r������rn|l������#i.iltii|il������for������lljrr������  ���������OMatltuliona andcondlliont.ln tdtlirr ������������a ���������, ami tl  la dlfSciiIt 10 aniaRln* a illt**** or derani^rnrm  wbota main laatur* ia wj'aWnam, thai will 101  hm ������p������o.llly and porinananily evtrcoma l>y llu*  JJU....J.������������������������!������������,������������.������������r-* ������")>i(rht������<*������.Hn������illn*-ml lnt������  wull."-...������'^vo-i-yltdoie itat had psreesded ft for ihle  ^Ma������prn������(1K-niim������rr)(iacUM<illHtm������n������llit rnn.  I������*l4fc������ l������#������lnjrrU������������((tr������. W*ll������* (*K������ rr*wrnt*.)\hft*  j������-.3.ILBCtXSCaJ������irt.C*,H������w������in������<,-������l< M4. N.W.t.l.������i.,l������.������ /  ^gyff'sj*"  RS^M^i-^r^B^^  :\;W*. ^w^w,....  "*"*  ��������� -mi il������> III  *--**'>!"*;  ,.    .���������. ���������  /    &������������������#$$&���������:$ iiriPijT^^L  Jf^n^'tK-lf,-#*g^e'^^#'e'atV-^ve^.Koles th^M^^oom^M ^M'ttJ  Wa������i to stop���������are-your feet wet:'?'������ "3. "V ;*!*',. '*?** "***'���������'  '**'   s*  ������������*r  you've polished them with  Do YOURS .������K9^_wt. whca  the Finnish girl?  _ _ A TivT  r  a *       ������'**-*"TH-'*i''i������������,'***s* ^'-'���������"^���������rr'Hr-'i***'. S-i.. (^e*"-*^- S ' s.^-^^������  ���������*��������� n.*.i.-i.--Tnii^t!.jBi������jiri; -?v^v>i?i-'i  , >���������������,H-������fii-*T-. ;.,_,* tn.  t; -M^r.i-jr^Krft:  Abh-YKreil I ; CANADA,? 1925"'  fl  more , intelligible to  "A little/Vsaid Helmi,-imiling back.  "You will learn more here," said  ���������Mrs. Wymuth: "ail onr good girls go_  to school?    Ypu like school?"  Helmi nodded V '  '��������������������������� '-4<1S$'*^ friend.  *'~I--'^nJ-^Q]a_|-t6a.teil. ypae:f-^ll- ��������� about  |your||l^^J������:.^#^l ^1 Wl i       . ..    l-r  Helra\i told lier    about    coming    to  Saint    Paul���������her    aunt's    death���������hbrj  coming    to    Winnipeg���������Miss      Abbie  iMborbl^th& -Geifls- CltiU' Suddenly she  ,Btp_PP.e,d.^-i5-;?-V;v.f;,r*'=   -:SA   A-,.-       = ,���������..:.?������������������   f-?    '/���������  "Ye-e-e-s?" Mrs. ��������� Wymuth stretch-'  ed. the word" "put until it seemed like  a" sliarpbhed* pry TVhlcti' wbuld;ibe- rsUre  to 'tlift*atioithbr ?fe!ab of'conversation.? y.;.  "That is all," said Helmi. yf  ,*-'~'^;u,o"''se^  dear?'*' ���������asked) Mrs. Wymuth casuallyP)  "I cannot tell." replied^Helmi, looK*  ing l^er questioner straight in the eye.  ������������������-', ������*yJ^y me������*a,?.vqu "'^|ji^iib-t-rt^'i^'"3^w*  sne:���������I4n _ your  ittle  CHAPTER VIII.���������Continued  iyf.-ey The "v\rymuths ixyteri}    exactly    the  Vii%me tyP������^ :��������� black-eyed, -pale, anap-.  "yV_?mic,- wltjf[ Jlusta-eless' thin, black hair,  " "througli * "which   'a'" bloodless    scalp  showed    blotchily;   -false ' teeth���������-ao,  not false���������everyone could    see    what"  V'ff jtbey  *vtb?i*e; ��������� artificial, rather -"���������so  sV^lwhite tliey were fairhost    phie.    They  believed in hell' and    spoiceV of    the  "world" in a tone which implied both  -....,, .... horror .and* coriCempt. They knew that  '"'   'Christ was coming" "scon to"'take  His  own ont of the    world,    leaving    the  other "odd  millions    to    their   4well-  <y ;Vfanerite^;pianishrnent. ?t'2|        "������������������������������������'���������  Mr. Wymuth  satisfied   Nihe'"'   Board  that he believed in discipline for way-  ,_. ,.���������ward girls���������discipline., repentance, and  ItS Rafter f&*|i| a lifepbf meel^jaEad. lowly -   '"'spirit,���������"And,"     said    Mr?    'Wympth,,  ySMfmy wif������I will he?*guidede?by,j me' en-*  _���������... t'lrely," at which Mrs. Wymuth bowed  laer head and* drew her thin lips more-  ?-^,^:tightlyyoyer her jblue teeth, ^  if/f^f    Thefppard. breathe*   more?   freely.  '"-'f,i'It will ~be '.better^ now/'*' Vsaid    Dft  S my the, "and I think it would be well  to have the pastors appeal to the ladies tb^fi'ave a series* of teas "to raise  '-���������*-"''-inoiiiiy'"for the additional salary. I "am  sure the ladies will take care of it."  It was to the Girls' Friendly Home  ^ff <unc!.9r������t3afe Wymkith rule)2-ithat Helmi  -^ flnaliy*iaViak committed. If ^feefhad been  ��������� -of the-full age of, .eighteen ;x������.ars she  ca^ise it had always .,brought,.her a  good time aaad was full of the vibrations of fairt" and VFeltowship.VThe -Blue  and Gold Book was;4n^bj^:vaiiseiiand  her English learning hpblci tboi'V.fShe  would-.'be'all right, and Miss Rodgers  would*.come, abdVtlife giliis^tboy������J  Helmi  had  hot, yet,,..given up hope:  that. Mars. StV^ohnV^^ldVcc^^ 'tb; her'  aid^ when -sheywasyabetter.?. ShCviStill  thought of her as she. had last seen.,  her, heavy-eyed,   cfistr'bsisbciV  >llpand  told Jierself, pyer^and. oyeXr again vthat   i.���������-i   _^*  11 1XZU\X   JL10.M    uui  ���������r^r  wonld have been sent tg .jail.- .vy-j  "i The" police matron, a silent Voman,v  who held her job because she was no  talkea*,- came with laei" on the car. Helani, with her clothes in a little green  vRlise~nfchich Mifis Abbie..:had given  her, walked confidently down the path  whichlbfd to thevl>is oak door. :The  former matron's flowers bloomed^^t  each side of hea*. They nodded. a>wel-  :'como 'tb:'her, and she felt.-reassured  aind comforted..,, It. must, he a iilce  lt'ome -ivh'ere th#re were so inany flow-:  ors. ?Helmi had:.,put ora^yh^rr pleatec!.'  skirt and white middy, which now  had the-monogram on it, Just like tho  others;,gii-ls.    Sim wore. i������  today,  be  come to her.    SKb'fwaS stillVtooSsick  to  know  what  had  happened.   Helmi  liked t'o'picture?,tlie .������cene?;jlietf?^iend  in her slinky gown of black silk,"with  her pearls, would come; shev-would be  wearing .-her greem .velvet, cldif.k^ the  one fittiatllbbkedff jnst' ~kb? .ihe;"^1>cean  foain>that'had^igQne.:,cuttin"g  the? ?bdat:?Mi' creamy ? suds^ywhen   she  crossed the ocean, and heri...black: hat  with the    silver *?arf6\v''; * she*?' would  .coaaaa driving up-, in -hea:Mbig; care and  talk to the people in**?big swanky Eng-  1isiis>wbrds^-ma&inig her- eyes *g6f*snap  like  she  could--when,.shev-vvanted the  DoctoT   to ' do   somethingrV^Evea^yone  always did what^Irs-?' St. .John; ���������wasted, and. she -would he -so mad that people had beemmean to Helmi, and she  would   call * them  names, Vand" stamp  her .foot^-fahdvmaybe 5wear a little '���������  justVa������������������ few?;&ood:'Qmbsf���������*'������������������ M.o.6.-ithbii she  would..;. fiiriifamiyyisky;  -i'pbme,^ Helmi,  ���������my{pppv:y^se^yc}M\jA.''''}y '"y ,���������!,-  Oh!  it-would he-iwoet; ?  As~ Helmi was the first case to be  brought fin since  Mr.  and 'Mrs.1-Wy-  : riiuth :came,: -the: ^yorthy, cqupjq  were  determined   toyishow^  th.e rBoard   the  "IT*** l*tW  Helmi,  inotHer.",-.-.She-caine,.-overi, to-the,,giri  "and* laid  her hand,".on-heir  shpulderV  Her  touch  ina.de  Helini   shiver,   and  when "&he bent   nearer   Helmi   drew?  away from her.  "I will not teli,^sa^Vfelini a_ga  Mrs, Wjo^^ drew  over her two plates.'."We'll see;" she  said., and Helmi knew it was a threjat?  That night Helmi met the birls - at  supper.    The  table,, had .been : tnraied  ������J.i.cvaOnaiiijf. . aC������ voS , ,vuc. v,,^.uyiii;-v;j.i.w       *=?ft  greater length, and it had* a^fclean  cloth, although it was not Sunday^  Mrs. Wymuth had expected a visit  Irom sonae menitbers..pfy the Board.     *  "Now, girls," said Mrs. Wymuth,; ih  her sweet way, after a lengthy hles?y  sing had been called. ?lo>vn,,from * ph  high, "we,have a ^ew fg^iVfHelim  Milander. She has'come to us for a  wliile, and I want you to be very goo*  to her, and very- kindvV^e!k.hP"ri know  she lis ambng^ri^dsrh^reV^elm and  ���������I have had a little difference already,  which I wish to tell yon about. In "order to' help her. - I must, know her  whole story, and this she refuses t<i  tell hie. 1 have ���������coaxed her, but she?  reamins stubborh; - : Isn't she* fdolish^  girls? I aiir heref tb^help' every girl;  but the. girls must let me. Isn't she  foolish,  girls*"'  she repeated. '-?  "Yes, Mrs^Wymuth^'wsaidthe girls  in chorus.    But thby %aid it'listlessly.'  Their days of mourning for the othbr-  matroriwere notypxaded. y '.}'���������'���������-<  Then Mr^f'V^muthSf proceeded ? #������  tell the" story, the'Wir^s lis^niail^open-^  irioutlibd.    A new" gii'l's Wtory "was al-  Dinxferv Seat By Air  'ReaioV" !'Ranyher!''^ <^rd^r*bci''' Siiety- ''P'laite!  -._'���������''".- -. Meal Frcin "Saiv'Frsirabisco?'5 -���������^-V-'^.-1  ���������H The?Sa}. ?Fran^eis������?H:ctel.atVSam Fran**  piscpijr^ceiyed������- an prd<5r, for a  sixty-?.  plat^ ydinn,er?tp..;he d^l^vered..hy aero- ���������  :planev,at..i.t^    honae? of W7   H.'   Mofflt/  jcattle" fahcheiy near itenp, Nev.; V* ? ..a.  ���������'��������� V:;;^raiigembtitsy" wefe"Vanjide'" i>ykele^  piabne :frbm the Mpfflt ranch to?fbr4  - ward'' the -niBSi ��������� lnt? ajj-^^xbrbss -a**rb**-  s^ane.: witlv ;etectrip, ;h^ter^ -tp?,keep-  ,the food hpte:, ar head ywaiter,:to...superintend)'., the serving, and two aviators  properly attired to"'serVe?"   f ;  AOaCTOR'SftAlSE  u9k, Moteti VDoptor i Strongly; v?En-  -:���������-���������>-   dorses -Dr. WiUiannsf [Pink \ ._,..  bl-r.->���������������������������>-'     ?^-^..yr/,.-������   Bills:'..;���������:���������;?    :,VV::'?>'"  discipline.'  r. I'  MOTHERS  Read Mra. Menard's Letter  Her Experience May Help  Chatham, Ontario. ��������� "I want to tell  you how, much good your medicine  ri.T.."....;'������������������?/.?.,......... ,,,',..,! (has done me. ;,Bo-Vi  fore rhy baby  camo I f ol t so  "woak and rundown that 1 could '  hardly, do ray  woa*k. My head  ached contanmdly  nnd 1 was ho discouraged that I.  could.pry from  morning tall raiclit.  I land another  baby ju a tono yaixv.  at gavome a lot to  do. So 1 thouijhfc I wotalil try Lydia  13. Pinkhaan's vogotablo Compound,  as I had i"oad ho anuch about it an tho  litfclo boolcta. 1 found aa daaToronce rapht  away iia any hbad waaH ,ar������s1Tovod aarad *  nay'tared foolihga gone. My sister  had bocn aloanp any whshin^ und nho  continued doing at, taa taho taaid it  anight set mc brack if I nt.irtc-d t:o,do  it attain. It naaro dad help mo *ntidl I  had taken just two bottlea wheri my  baby camo. Ho is a fine bitf-hoy,  aaow nearly flvo month.** old. I aim  taking your modiciiio ujjfain nnd J um  ti\tUi to do my work nil by myflclf now.  I always recommend.tho voprotiablo  Coanpoiind to women, land especially;  to c!X|)cctunt 'another.-!, aua 1 bclaovo  thoy need help at tlaoaao tlmen.."���������  Mrt������. Or.������vi3!i Mnt.v.r.u, US IJarvcy 2%.m  Chatham, Ontario. <0  and ������ hulf old and  W.    N.VU.    1C93  the"f.Cf-ise Iliad\b.e,enrgiven. thean. The  giajj Wet;refusedf'to' tbll? wj^y. she was  in?ther;Chinesefden.-irrItVwas evidently  a stubborn case. Mi\ and-,-Mrs. Wy-  muih Vhtsid dealt .Syiili. .,'stttbbprn.'- cases.  "before. nj.,,-T5;h������. f,^^rp,aid;. a'aid'^.'^oward  spirit, mnstVbe hWken.;. ;?A^id it coul.d,  be. Tliey wero waiting eagerly for  Helmi. The Board would; expect re-  sultg,.<and thes^Bo'ard, would not be  disappointed.  Whon the Poliqe Matron and>JSelmi  climbed the flight of stairs leading to  tlie great frbnt door and. the bell was  i-fang tlie lock,yas turned in the"door  aind they were,jiadRiittedVintcv a dark  hall. A3 tliey entered the door was*  ,._3hut^^atn'':'sV.^rpMip'tly behind them  ;that ^tlie coriapf ot .the A^itrpn's capn  vvas. 'cauglatand hadtp he released.  Then thP bigbolt shot into place, and  Jn a -Whlspbr airs. Wymuth asked them  'to(dottioy ilaisf way, loading them <!own  tho halli It* iv gloomy, loom which she  called laor,,'Rotr������>������.t������'V;'!rho door was  bhut and locked, and Helmi waa told  to sit down.       ���������'':'''���������'V;   '���������' '���������"'���������'-���������''  Tho Iv^a^i-Qn,,|lvlug.,up^p hcr.ropu-  tatlon of being no taiiccr, handed'Helmi ov^r with an miich pmotioti as is  -Rhown by tho ice' main "wlaen ho loosens his plncors.from the .sauaro of lco  aud iuuvoa It to drip ita lifts out on  your haclc'i atop: .Ills?; responsibility  ccmsos whon tho, stop Is reached.  "Good-byo, Hbtital.'bo' ai:gobi*i girl,'.'  fih������* sal'A, not: without t|a . ^ega-eta  itlndlluoas. '.Her. last .UPllvoi-y :to the  Cji-ls* Filondly Hoano had paillod a  liundCulof ii air" out <Vt' hiir not too well  cqvovud i������oad������j.,np alio .toil klndiy to  Ihilml. '���������  Helnil wa'bto hor rinme In the brown  bpolaj' MrflV Wyjiaiuth' Rho>vod, hor, quite  ' t>rpiid'ofVi'hb.'.-fln^ hie'Ibttcra jdao was  ivblo to mako. Sho wi'������4������ hor addroHa  "e|o MIhh Abbkr Moorb, f>li Olaostnui  St."..  '  V '' ?.,.," ,    " ���������  Mih. Wyiiin'ili nVtmlriMl, lii.i* ivrblng,  "And you can Knglisli tspcnlc?" fda������i  afiktvd iiw������">iittly, ftHjlhur;- that \t the  la*aiaaniioHiHl tlao wordaa' tln������y would bo  "Now we will ail pray that Helmi's  stubborn spirit anay be melted. Yoh  will all pray, won't you girls?"  Helmi;pat looking frpm ^ne?to the  other helplessly. Had she not one  friend, anywhere?    ?   ���������-"���������-   !   '? :  f  Every night after the evening meal  there followed tills orgy of pVayers,  when every girl who wanted to stand  woll with the matron prayed. Much  of it was ineaningless; but ais the  prayers'went on a certain excitement  laid hold on them, and in their supplications thoy forgot that other ear's  than God's were listening, and unconsciously they revealed,, many things.  The Matron, was hopeful tliat Heinai  would be swept into the whirlpool-pf  excitement, and. would tell what, she  wanted to know. ��������������������������� Helmr-bait still and  listened, hut refused to pray.  (To lie Continued)  ,; j- -The ��������� test of fany.,remedy,, Kes in its  acceptance: and- employment by J the  <lualifled3" !niediciai'. practitibner. ?! "No  iesst an< authorityr.than. Dr., Andrea  Arnici, .physician to tlie Papal hotase-  "hold, writing oh the iubject pf anaemia, impoverishment of-the nervous  system,_ and ���������:.,,disorders, ;attributable  "thereto, ^tt"bPg^y^^ endorses Dr.J William^*? Pink PiliSj ^recommending^ them  as superior to other tonics.    : ];" "  Dr. Amici's testimony reads as follows:���������-'^6r ' sTgyefjil''' '"years    I    have  made use of, Dr. WilHams'Pink Pills  iiis^^^ios^^i^it^i^i%^'^^ys foaiiid  them efficacious in the  treatment-'bf  disorders due to    inapoverishment; of  the-"hervoais . -system,^-?anaemia"   and  iieurasthenia,y������fcpmach' \weakness,j re-  tai-ded deyelp"pment in young -avppien,  and irregularities. , - There is iio laek?H  of tonic reinedies; but ?ih niy: ebtpOaurf  e'hee no ~cmev of; them .-manifests? a .superior efficstcy-: to^that?-? .of*- Dr*,..-. W.U--  l'iams;?:-Eink'f.Pilis.?.y ' ,yy' ;...-.,?,    >,.r?; '  ������������������������.. No more .conclusive, evidence ot the  value of Dr.    Williaans*     Pinlc    Pills,  cbaild be 'aSkbd. ffpr w gai^3a^*..than'|*^  fbiihdr'-ih:Athe?^aliove--ehdoTsbmeSt^bl  ���������this noted European^hyslciam :.- pe-  sid>bs thiisi, how���������!Teyi%,^.��������� thisi    inedibine  has enjoyed a, world-wide .public yeon-  iadehce   for 'more  tluin -iii; thifdf ;bf  a,  cimtury and has" hrPPght   -relief   ]Lo~  thousands and. tho"usands of weak B.-nd  suiferlng?people.        ,. 'y,  ��������� J?-  ��������� TrJrDr.. WilMams' -a Pink    Pills,  for  anaeaiiia, rhe-aXmatisni, neuralgia^ he%  voushe'ss 'arid*^^ystbmabh^oublbV E Take  them asr a tonic- ill ypu are- not ,in :the ,  best physical cofidition and cultivate    .~J~XV~*...*,.-.    4-1...-4.. . ...ail     T.A/^m     ^.^%.i      ���������awr.^ai  U<- ''WSt������f>H.tXUfftS\\Ktff't.-;..tnA.f.-f n.o.-3.jr~. jtst*.     " v*������  and'*"sHid'n'j������'^ pills  through any medicine d������alep or ; by  anail ^t 50 cepts a, box, from The Dr.  VV'iUiams"' l^bdlcliaey Cpv , ^99^yMle���������  OlltU-; 'V-v'.,:i-y; ,Vf .'"'".'?V.,_^ V? \,'.'V '"'?'.',' ��������� - C.  Ne*^ Home Ready,  Pririce  OfVWales To Jake  Lip"''R'e'sl.-.  ���������vyV"rdciice; InfVi^a^lbbrbuali* Hbiise";  y^ The'fIPrincp; Hoti'^Walbs^will' go -into  residence at>Marlbbrongh House soon  after i^syretairriifrpm Canada., -,  .u,  Marlborough House, an almost  square, solid red brick hhiidang, was  baiiit by Sir Chflstybpher Wren ' just  pver^ sbb yekri ago for thb first Duke  'Of   M^rfbC)rotl!?'hi; T.Q.tf^'t.y it. 'Th*������f������ssyip. ��������� tlif������  'residencesssiweesSiivelK^  members of the royal family, and fln-  aii^a_|^i|s *^gufrb^lor%,ia^f.^ward)  ^S&'thMi- PrMc# dl WsBMifi^^  l^mtKg i__r^|e^i^r^^e'|c^^y_are|: will  abtual|y liseVppiyg'^���������"*sj^all',*porTQon of  the h^^O^nSoMspi^Vuite will be  on the first floor, which Ibbks out on  two acres ofi garden.yiA large room,  ,which wag, ..^formerly an an^i^ice  gihamberg, wilf? begebn^arted |ji|^t*oJ a  combined- reading robmr ^-and study  whei^^h^r^^ce^iwihy/ conduct tho  principal'.part of his correspondence.*  Oh the" groaihdi -floor* is a large rooxa  which will be; used for the entertainment of friendfe'' who are not of the  Prince's Intimate cii-cle. ;'%-  -*Queen. -a Alexanara s? iiDondPir  and  ^bedroom will remain^ exactly:, as they  H^ere in tier lifbtimb, as* will also?the ���������  Jfbur st������tte; rooms ?with theiri pictures  and statuary. Tiieysamp cpiafiese was  followed -with ? regard*Vto Queen Victoria. Rooms at Osborne House, Isle  o*fF?Wight, where -she Vdied^altljbugh  her death took place more than a  quarter of a century ago and. although  ;Osbqmbf-Hpu������e.,,ai|ia :*^hple:#h^fbeen  4nt jh; :aif^rehtlai^s���������^e^ain&felhey  were in her lifetime.  Ki fetrd---andV&Pft fcPTOsV'pbt-b??-yfi^d to  Mollp*a*pa-y?sy^p*r!ngRemov       which  is  entia^l-ttysafp&tpi^isei, an^ certain and  satisfactory in. Its actios.  -A  w:as J^*teresJ^^  ... ?Queen..^ col-  Ipctipn'" of iphatograpjls*" taMeiif^*;;,, lier-  scaf has ? just.;been bimndu<HeK;-.late  SJajesty;h^dj a?, jfrpaa)1' iglft-orf ifeelzing a  fgop P^ V I^ib'tur^  a name inytlliisV^ in  alessiexalfea-positipn.:. In^^ the yicollec-  tibn- arer'!&lctu'res": of every? royalty in  Europe, 'fprVinbrb t^fx half a century.  ���������Up. to..- a>yfew" .ypiarsjVbefprp .her -death  ' slib kS*pt aip-. hor interest in Ihe. cam-  'bra-V y?f:'?!-,'a���������'-  Little HdlsFor TMs; Week  .���������I ���������/������������������  -.Aih'-i .:������������������ya::.''^::.:i:A:i.a  r-;:���������-���������,.'-: .y;    ?-,,-.:?  Thbhgbyf hhrefepqnHiver: as. a rulp, to  n'atUral' beauti^^ Nainoleon diioW^d a  marked-prbferbhcb" for, violofs.5  - ������������������i.--^s-..    -.'cnj     vr ���������    ...,?.:..'.;���������    ;';-..,.'j-.j    \-i.<J.  .m ���������������    iiili.i.   m    ill un.'        ������'   ���������"���������'���������   ���������      i-   '   *i������..������.   Worms sap tho strength aind undbr-  mino tho-^Jfcltally' of. chlldron.  Strengthen them by uning Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the parasites.  |    ���������m    ���������  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� !��������������������������� ' ' ������������������!.���������-nil ww������        t,  , Testing Big Seaplane  Tho Westminster Gazotto announces that the British ministry Is trying  out a 3,000 mile spoblal abaplano do-  velopmment flight in tho Baltic with a  ileot of experimental flying boats as  exhaustive testa for naval and commercial traaaHPoat work. It is1 hoped,  tlao Gazette adds, that the tests will  involve* hugo all mo tail rvGrial battlo-  shlps to act as tho oyos oi tho fleet.  Lot the word pf Christ dwell In yoti  richly -lav.all wisdoim-r-Cpl.-iii. 10.-V..  '  V '.Tfis^nbt'-the -skill "pE; hurnan art, ',,_  Which  gives" aaio power my God  know;       " :  Tlao sacred; lessons of the heart  COme not from Instruments below;  ���������'���������'.-...    Lovo is..my teacher.  fi,;-.' '-���������Madame Guyom  Evbry groat teacher oi* leader lays  sirpaa on sbnio single word? pf ;mlght,  ���������the key, as It were, lo his position.  Butldha's gaxuit word was "renunclar  tion." Zorcastor's, ff"piirlty?' Menai'a  wafl ���������"justice." The key to Confucius  is "aiiodoration." * Moses emphasized,  "law."* Plato, "hau-mouy." Soca*atos,\  "reason." Tho strong word of Epltf*  totua. was "reliance-' Antoninus,  ''aolf/ppoBcsBld'tt/'f.Ilut Jesus gives iia  tho key tot'tlt^lniioi' chamber of His  heart.in a single, mighty, swoot word,  ���������'Jlpvoi^��������� O. B, Fro thin phnm. '  Merely a Slflnbture  A membbr of....������ congregation,, bo-  coming angry a(Va sormon tho minister was preaclihig, wroto tho filaifelo  word, "Fool"- bii a alioot of papey,  called -an ualaor to him, and had It  delivered to tho mlralfitor In thb jnld-  iV.\y "of his 'normoil.'"' Tho mlnintor  opoiioi!) tho paper and road* what waa  '.written. Then ho said: "An uaausaaul  tiling haa balaponod. A member of tlao  coaagregatlon has uignod hbi naaiie  wlt-boayit writing the letter.  'Glrlfi'ddaiilro.i.vro.i'atliilng young nion,  bait bvoryhody^elflo ttrbforaa thono who  Uted    by  merit.  physlclnna���������.Mlnard's    Ulnl-  _, It Js oatlmato'd tliat a Biiflforor  fromfcoldb losbs' throb days' tlmn  froinvwprjc jln a, yepf,  "Xt wor)t, in tlio '���������tfaioylo/* or at  any, entertainment, if. yotnr noigh-  "',b'6r".'la16 ;a "cbld" rind &nbo7toa or  coughs, thb air ii* attill of germs and  if yoaa are iaot in good coiiilltinn,  yoai piny become ill.    Tho. only  ������������������protoctloWi you can have i������ to build  roHlHtanco   ragjilnrafc  dinnrifle   forcon.  Take that- nnlrirtdid herbal tonic,  1   '��������� TVO     ,'0������'l71>/r,*f7>CI.-  JL#f%.������  ri aat.lvv^xt, o  GOLDEN MEDICAL  DISCOVERY  It lncibartCQ tho ta?ppotito, Htimu-  latUB 'tho dlftoratlon, hrdpfl to on-*  rich" tho blood aand to Jniprbvo tlao  health gonerallyy  f rrbca^ro it from yonr drugglrat,  in oRiior, Jiaaaiat, or tatijot norm,  Wrlto, Df. Florco'ti Invalldia' Hotel  la\ IhaffntOi N. Y,, if you dowlro frop  modlcnl advice,,     ������ ���������^SSSBSSfWISSSsSSSs^S  mmmm^mmmm.  mammai*  rmmmmt.  gHB ���������BS8!gOH BEV2EW  ���������M  E  nc<  IT  Issued.every Friday at Creston, B.C,  Subscription ���������*. $2.50 a year in advance.  8-S.OO to U.S. points.  O. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.O.. FRIDAY. SEPT. 30  y'V?"'-   Light is Off  Witl^^ to  be ushered in fcoimbrrow and "still  no break in the deadlock that ex  ists between the village cpmmis  sioners and C. O. Rodgers, who was  ' favored at the plebiscite earlier in  tbe year for a five-year franchise,  hope may as well be abandoned for  electric light during 102#, at any  rate.  So far as village owned plant is  concerned the hands of the present  conusiassjcners   are   tied,   in    that  their  term  of office ������spires about  the middle of January and they are  very wisely -refusing to incur a Iia  bility that & possible  new  oounetij  mi Tht not appreciate.      " ^tmmmmmmmm j  However while the present commissioners  have  Sailed   to provide  the mnoh desired   white  li#ht, unless something altogether unforse&n  transpires, they- will "close the books  at the end  of  their term with a  ������     *:-*������������������  cash balance in tho  make   it  th&t  H ������  *m%m *\*%**rt%*%*\&r*sMsr- ni  nave  UPajLl.      A  ������?"*5"V  Comfortable and  Well Shod  by wearing  Murray's jSiioes  in  New Styles  for Men and Women  and  Penman's  for Men, Women and Children, in all new shades, in  Wool.   Silk   and   Wool,  and AU Silk.  ts for Jaeger All Wool.  wall  eomparativeay easy for  their successors to early in 1928 io  put-in a village plant if* the new  council eaiir.ot come w> terms with  Mr. VRodfters.  Insofar as a light.and -power goes  villagers might as well wake up to  th������ iaot that there is only two  sources of supply���������a village owned  plant, or from C.O.Bodgers br some  other Srm or individual* If th������  cost of developing Qoat River canyon runs,to the SgwrSS. tlias havs  recently been adduced, ligltt from  that soiarce is at present entirely  out of the question in a small cgpjL  maauity like this.  Five years from now, however,  development has some indication of  being mush that Goat River canyon  would he possible, or with Arrow  Creek irrigation system working  there-may be another hydro supply  that would be fully adequate.   v.  These are factors that tend- to  make a five year franchise look  attractive���������but������. we trust, not so  trailscedently alluring as to post  posae tlie advent of ' juica" until  1933.  m*Bmmim*.l***.  10 a.m..  I HEREBY OIVE NOTICE that, on Wednesday, the 12tli dajrpf October, 1S27, at< the hoair o������  at ibs Cotart-hoisse, Nelson B. 0.,.I ^111 sell "at public.-jjsi  Wis  set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter* setKostt, for d&linqiieiit taxes unpaid by said persons  yr of June, 1927, .g&GL 1������? penalty, eos^s, and expenses' including the cost of advertising  ������. *^*������-i -������������rv������������.4. j.V~ '���������'i.������"li������r������. * ������_j j-j������ t4*u . ������.' *v*'_j3- 4Ancr i,..��������� ^*. n^^^.^������i ������.������:/t  on the SDth  said sale, if the total amount :&ue fori^e. period ended December 3ist������ 1925 is "not sooner paid.  ������431   UI9   ri������ir^il������v  K:  ;S ������al *Fs  Short H'tescripaHo-a ������f Preperty  Arrears of  ^JlSaases  Int. and  Pe-aslS*?  Coasts and  ���������SO^iWL  Paterson i&tate , .   .Lot 2, Block 22, Map ZM, Lot So ...  Maglio, Domenlco    Ferguson. W.W.    Frost, Thos. and Jamie  Pordham, Dottle    Mitchell, Miss Agnes  Feeney,. Bernard  ....  Caxpeaicf, C M. .   Map486,lotl83        - j?   .~..;........;.,...L������t8 ^Jo. 3- to "3, Block No. 5 .............  ,.......,���������...............Lot 11, Block 8 ....���������.....^......���������......������....���������............   ...... .....list 9, Block 1*9 ....���������,..���������............:.���������.........���������.   ...... ......Blocks Or H, and C-l ���������������.~.>ri-;.������-.r~u...i:^:-.-  "    I^ts I&0 and 208A ��������� .y:,--,... ;-   .y ......Loyt 199 Block 3, Map 622 _..���������......���������......_.^   ._.:.....���������.lLot 7, Block 6, Map 622 ......?���������..........���������  ~ sts 21 sad SSVBIoaS IS. Man 622 -.^..  i.   c  -r->-  *   '3-  Agen  Greste ri iir&aiifile  ������Ui  SYNOPSIS OF LAM)  ACT AMENDMENTS  K. & s* Blwy. Co.  King,   Geo.   .....   Bloomer, Rose E.  Map 518,  .Blocks 2A and 3A, 5.0 acres .........  Map 1S6S, E*ov SOIA   ....:B!ock 2, 18.i5S aacres ....  .... .Block 3, 18.63 a������res ...  Vacant, -unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted t������y British  subjects over 18 yeawra of caRe, and by  aliens on declarlsag intenticn. to become  British {subjects,, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.--  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin Ko. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt liand," copies of wliioh can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any-Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for apiculture! purposes,  and whic!h is not timberland, l.e., car-  ���������rying over 6,000 board feet per ftcre  west of the Coast Range and 3,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions sure to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division In  , wiueli tne land applied for Is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvements mode to  value of $10 per acre, including; clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  ���������before a Grown Grant can be received.  For more  detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to pre-empt Land."  Sports Ail Arranged  The fall fair Sports C������muiittee huve  things well in   hand and   unless the  weather   goes   wrong   an   enjoyable  afterhtistn 8ho.asSd resasltl    The   vasSoais  scfrot������E ipasiis are piMaetaclrag. h:u*d and",  a.he yoasngatera are realty keen to land t  the   cup. fur their* own  srhool. -Mr. |  Lucas of  Alice iSiding schoctl" will net  as   staart^r, and Messrs. Geo. Johnson.  Oakelny and  J. (Sherrington   will act  or indges.    No xnoncy  prizes  ���������wall be  given and  some of the first prises are  articles dear to the henrt of a hoy and  worth winning. - A football as the first  pr������2e in the -tug of war, with '������; base  ball a������tad Jisat as second,    W. E. Ealing,  M.P.   for   West   ]Bfohtenny������ '-will   be  asked to distribute the prizes; ?'       -  Hofeerteca, H. W.   -Kobzey, Mrs. Marie ���������,  Chipman^...-   .............*........,  MiA.Ly^^s^L"  g..l-^'-'ilJWWF.l.^i*l.t>1'. :  Proctor, Mrs. B.  ...  Sston, Lawrence  _-  Haussein, Raham V  Perry Et5tater W. A.  Dun-can,  Walter  ...~-   Xxixs vtos. Block 14������ Map 1135 .....  ���������..itOts S -fo'n. modk"1% Mfep U35 ,.  ���������.^prnd. % interest ih_Farcel A of Sublot 4,  f      Map 731, Lot 306, 36.04 acres    ��������� ������������������  _'.- - S       -A'     ���������     .    ���������  Map 719, Lot 309  ...-Lot 32, Block -2--~.-���������--..~.~^.������-~-~-.  JSJot 1, Block &  .Sublot 9, Map TiOA, Lot SOS, 253^1 apexes  ��������� Map 1425, Lot 257 '";'  %V!&1  29.40  8.71  43.09  11.80^  28 JS  15^5  3S.7S  8S.75  12.11  ....���������     149:80  7JL5  B1.80  -..Parcel  I^t������23S  ._ 8&S2 scEes ������=  17, *9.7S -*|peres  -:>���������   _   ^.  Mellard Est.,  W. R. ...  Sisterson, E.  H.     McCarty, E. A.    .Lot 1, Block ^ -Map 788C  SftU.HF mPjUMMDEO ktmhl  Notice as hereby given that, unless  sooner redeemed, I wall sell by uaactiou  at the Prwamd,ln the Village of Creston,  at 10 ������.������!., TUBSDAY9-OpTOBBR 4,  1927, the below-described. cow:  I black'cow. aao brands.   '  W. G. HBNDST, Poamdfceeper.  Creston, Sept. 28.     ���������.  *D<������������Y������n.������./4n     J..  McCssthy  .....Block 11, Map 785, 4.0A acres ..^���������   Part Sublot 1 heing Sees.   28 s������^._3^r���������  Tp. 12ATMap"X68,l^)Sl acres ..?-.-  -   -    ---      -    -        "14: ��������� "���������*���������������������  -VMS.  GAINS EIGHT POUNDS  SINCE TAKING VINOL  "I felt sluggish, drowsy and weak.  A friend suggenteri Vinol. Now, I fi������el  line and have jgained-8 pounds."���������R.  H. Bailev. The very FIRST week you  take \ laraol, you ba>Rin to feel stronger,  oaat and sleep better. For over 25  years, this simple* strengthening iron  and cod Hy*et* compound haa been help-  tired  McCarthy, E. A.  McCarthy, E. A.  Erie Lumber Co.....  Boss,, S. N. ..... .  Archibald,  C. X. ..  4 ���������<������������������������������������ ++m+o<  2894.15 acres  '    3Lotl237.    "���������.        ' P. .,..;. V,  ������������������Part Sublot 21 being SE% of SE& See. 4, '  Tp. .15, Map XTl, ^.O^BCxes ;^....;..;.. ..  ....Part Sublot 34 being: W% of SW-V9. Sec. 4.  Tps. il^p Map X7SS 80j8 stores ;:.U.^-   That part, of. Sublet 29' in Sees. 11 ato 14  and 22 to 35 sSiown on L. tt. O. Refi  Map 8^25-1, Tp. 15, Map 3CT1? iCMX30.0  ...Lota 1 to 4, Mttp 1S34 of Sublot 4, Tp 1������,.  ...Parcel A pf Sublot 5, Plan 14810, Tp. IS,  Man 3E72. iU80^ acres .........���������.~..~  22.60  1050  5.40  35^0  1044.70?  338  jan.  LIS  .75  S.71  .78  1JS9  4.62  4.62  - BJSQ  .89  28^1  QSQ  ^.71  2^1  V1J35  1JS  90.08  ������1.05  411.32  22.35  .������i.ir  194)5  ^���������'���������45.11  V 19J51  29^0  it  63.12  53.12  12.75  12.16  12.75  JL2.7S  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  12.75  m%m*nm0  12.75  -12.TO-  12.75  12.75  12.75  v12.75  12.75  12,75  13.75  13.75      1139^0  rst sk  2S.7&  190.88  20.31  73^5  271.86  38.16  63^4  Alexander, David  Lot 1238 __.,-���������"' .���������.- "V '.(:���������"'      '''������������������'-'���������;.   . ��������� Lots 11 and 12, Block 2, Map 739"  T-p. 36, Mop X&B  20J.5  l49������0  ''-'*-'  1828^0  . 2555^)0  ���������-���������-"��������� " ' .���������',������������������-  162JD0  3.00 y  2.55  250X������1  ?:S13������"  20^5  ,58  ..-rt-'-r-v!-  ;#.75-  13.75  13.75  13.76  13.75  >'���������,   ���������>  ���������-���������   **>���������,  12.75  r 38.45  69.74  2092J86  300^)S-  ������������������*--...  196.00  18.13  M&B&kln, Robt. T.   PlJJaMJaHASB  Applications are received for purchase I log nervous, run-down.women, tlre<3  of vacant, unreserved  Crown   Lands, I mem, and pale, eteVtly children.   Ores  not being tlmberlond, for agricultural **-" "  ton Drug Ac Book Store.  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) laiuUs 45 per acre, and nccond  class' (g-raudng) land $2.60 per acre.  Further lnformution ifegording purchase  or lease of^Croawn lands is given in Bulletin No. 10. Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lanids.,\    .  Mill. Kactory or indUBtrlnl oltca on  timber land, not exceeding 40 neves,  may be purchased or loosed, the con*  ditlons Including payment of stumpage.  ������ ,    '  lIOl*������*it>,i'*:������; LEASER.  trnsurvelrcd areas not exceeding 20  acres mny be leased as homesitee, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and Improvement conditions are fulfilled and land heUJ beeu  surveyed.  LEASES  For graoiliaa' mn& industrial purpeseo  areas noJb exceeding 840 acres may be  leaned by one., person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the Graelng Act the Province is divided Into era&ina districts  and the vange administered under a  Omrtnor Commliwaloner, Annual gra������*  Ing permits ore issued based on numbers "taniced, priority being given to  established owners. iotocit-owu������������������ ij������M*y  form a������U5i3cii������tloiiiu������ loi'^tr&ngc ymnty&Q-  ment. Free, or oarfclaJliy free pcrtftlto  are available for settlers, campers or  traveller������,, up to Un head.   Part Sublot- B being E% Sec. 25, 12% off  -      - ...  38J%v Sec. 35-and Sec. 36 except SE!%.  of NW'/l and U. & F. S. Blwy. Right  of Way. 1080.0 acres  .....���������~~, i.  Salmon Valley Lumber & Pole Co., ,    ?  Ltd  ~ ...... ������ ������......AM that part.of sublet 5 "which lies to  ^,     ' the west of the RIW of the Nl & *P.  ^���������y a rn^y. co. attd to tiio south fivpd  Ndrth of a. line drawn east i'rom the  posts planted "6507.7 ft. west and 52B0.  ft. south and 5276 ft. west and 10500  ft. south of the north-east corner of  sold lot respectively. 3827.01 acres ....  (Offered for sale subject to survey  of undefined llnea.>    ,,.-**,  .........That  part  of  Sublot   14  In  Tp.   SO.  4520.0 acres  ,250.35  Ih  45.30  ��������� ��������� -:S~'f  '���������''    *������'  13.78  Jfl0.40  itt*fci*;  '=$$&  2828.00       431.55  13.75 ..   3123.30  Simons Estate  ���������\'  ��������� ������������������*'������������������������**���������������''���������> Nf*������������  ��������� i* ���������������������������������������������������������*������**������*������*.������ *4<i#i������������*kr������������*t  Lot 1238, Tp. 37, Map Xfi5  Simons & Newell  ������>*,������������������������i<**'i**''������l4������i*wri***>'"*i>iv>,<  .'.That  part  of  Bublot  13004) acres  1-4  In, Tp.  37,  ��������� tri������*n������������k'.iH^������*i������iil**������������.������f������,*>i*,ii  McCualg, D. P.  ��������� ^aM������������>*������ll*������M'a������*a������f������MM*,l**'r������*������**l>W������*������^������*>>^������*<  S^*memw^l  Thta famoiif* nhell In the choice of ehooteri  ���������wrywhere for duclcn and Reeoe. Adda  tf to ao yard*, to the effective rnngc oi  jout Ahofguta. Tlaerc'* nothing like'it.  Svt us for the world's cliampioai ariihv  revolver and ehotguta aanmunitlon.  ��������� ������ ������+ rv T%fr������rtf������s*f i*  v: mawson  :  tt.m  Loftl230  .Lot 0, Block 3, Map 072  Tp. 20, Map SKfMI  158.78  83 M  8.00  20 JW  14.15  .38  13,75  13.75  12.75  102.75  111.10  10.13  Simons JS*' No-^fcSS ....;...,;������������������ SWS?5 *������ ^QIPQ ,^CW18  Mankin. Eobt.  ym.imm*mrwm++mm'm*m..'  ���������P,������,|^*ii.iii.r<4*t#'  Mankin Lumber & fpc^o po.  \������t-  j3S^w������2wsauiB>.  Sublot 24, 2MJ0 acres  Lot 1R41, Tp. si Map XBft      -  .S*art ii?tihio(f is beteg.^ji*^ tv&������S ^IS of ������%,  See. 8, Wtt^wrlWi of K*W, Bcc. 7.  BW^sSec, 1*3. 8% and SW% o*  NWVi Sec. 14, &M.M. of NB!4 See,  15. WMi Bee. 10, SIB tt of KJH-tt ������^d  * mu sea. Ifl and SH of BW% Boo. -  21.   2120.0*  acres     424X10  . Part Sublot 8 heifng See. 10. W% of ew������A  Sec. 11, SH and W& at. NW*^. Se&;  15, NS and ������M See, io. U*A and  0W% See. 17, ������% ������eo, 18/ flW% ������  ���������     wuwot ni-iM oi UW-V6   IBw.   &������V Si^O.������    ���������  aaciWMi . ��������� ���������.-...���������; ;r... ; : S7������W^0  120.00  15.00  10JI5  IM  19.75  13.75  180.70  30.C&  V,  ������������������_���������' -,!"  u '���������'    **���������   " ' ?   '  1,   - '  ���������  A.'r  ''              '..   '   t  -'������r        *.  .       *���������  70X10  13.75  B17J5  S28.4S)  ������w.������w  ������,J"vv,������j3  [ContSiStued on Page 7  I  .1 V  t \  :/  ������*.'  IHB ������3BISS$0K  KBWEl  r<uned Landa^  Yield������ are High1  ;> i'ii   I     i i ii  * Thirteen combined threshers and  11 steam threshing outfits are: har-  vesting the wheat,, oats, and seed  nea oropa of .the drainage dl^riets  o? the Kootenai Valley and if the  jasi  .Will  Saturday  weather  w moo s*carGeu  tMSntintsestthe cpop  he   ������-������*rveStcK������   Siai  Houfcuer  days or two weeks. T������������ averag������  wheat yield will be well over 40  bushels to the acre. In some sections the yield is over 60 bushels to  the acre. Hank Spalding, in  Draining District No. 4, on s^snea  eured tract of 15 acres, threshed 56  bushels of wheat per aorec Mo  Glooklm Brothers secured 58 bush-  ^els an acre from a tiaot in Draiu-  "ifc !������"������. 4,?-���������-'���������"���������'.'  crops of the Kootenai  Valley  wiii  be m������seh less than was at first predicted.    According  toV all reports,  -he pea aeed crops will'he firet class.  The Soniiera W&rrw Grain & Milling   company   has   pprchased    a  large,  grain   dryer   and    cleaner  which, Ralph Clapp stated  yester  day, would probably be here ready  Far use  by  the latter part or this  week.- < This machine will have a  capacity of handling two carloads  each 24 bour day.   Thompson  and  Kran8e, farmers  ������>f  the Copeland  district in Drainage District No. 4,  have just constructed a dryer and  oleafter. with an average capacity ]  of  a  bushel  machine  the  by, who saw this machine in opear������  ation, states that it is working  most fsatisfactorisy and will be a  factor in .v-eduointe *^������ percentage  of Epso.sture in'jgFain.  C. D. Simonds, President of th������  First National Bank, .state* Mon������  that  >sse $20,000 worth of  IMfTCSUtU  *mtm$.  gram  %.A.  tha*. he ihossght It would, igke  thr^ee weeks to compje^e harvesting  work.���������^nnera Ferry Herald.  - . ... i Fob SA3UBB->-lHilch. cows, reasonable  day ������vetting at the meeting or vaw j prjCOS, j^, ������. Vox. > aness Kaneh  Kootenai Valley Commercial Club KAKee Siding). Creston.  ps<3S���������.^gjoaang pig'3   tor  sale,  Berk^-  shire-Duroc  Jersey  cpiss, reaay   for  October delivery, p-ols^ price,     A.G.  VfkiTS.   Vstneass   ranch   (ASIfei-" SjeSSag),  Oreaton. -      . ZZ  \ Pob-Salk���������lflSt* Superior Chevrolet  in Sue s^sisiisifs r.rder, as! isa-s-s nearly  hew. . It has never been abused by  hard driving-. _ If you want a good car  come and 'try it. Carl Wigen..\Vyn-  ndei.  per minnte.    In this  grain   passes over a  l  . ts e*.A    9 S������������*  In  Drainage District .JSToa. 1 f five  combined t!i rashers and four ste&m  threshing    outSiUi <?  ������re    working.  Some threshing started last Saturday.     Three   combines   and    two  steam outfits are at work in Drain  age District Na 4.    Three eombin*%s  and four, steam threshers are harvesting the crops in Drainage Dis-  triot No. S.    One combine and one |  steam  rig is  working in District j  No.-5, and   ona  oomhine and  .'one  steam thresher is working in   District No. 3, and a   combine and  a  steam  rig  is threshing in Distriot  Ho. 2. -���������'.''(.. ���������;-??;?  Several buyers for largo Spokane  ., and coast grain dealers have been f  in the grain fields of the Kootenai  Valley, the past few days making  tests  of  amoieture content in   the  grain.     The   first  -grain  threshed  after the rainy spell of weather off  three   weeks   duration,  carried   a  high percentage of moisture.    Mon  day and Tuesday grain tests showed from 15 to 18 per cent moisture.  These tests   were snade oa grain  which  stood in shocks during the  ��������� ��������� rainy "season' and from the ? thresh.  ing outfits comes, the reports that  the grain iai all drying rapidly and  '*���������������������. ���������t_^t_*_    _������������  . "__ia_.   *v.__-������.-yi  uuau   |'i\juai'iy   au   ^s-aut    mwosmcv*  froaua now on will grade No. 1,  while a large proportion of grain  threshed the first of the week wiii  dry ont in good shape in the sack.  It is evident that the loss caused  by the rainy weather to the grain  lOrag *3nviies3 screen wiaatn, GperatecS  ftay a gas engine. The heat ie circulated through the chute through,  which the grain passes with a fan.  The equipment has an elevator  attachment so that .11 grain hand  led may be loaded; directly into  grain ears, if desired.    A. B. Ash-  ��������������� or. _  CUSTOiVIS SALJE  BY  PUBLIC AUCTION  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT, on Thursday, the 6th dsy of October, 1927, at the hour of  . at th** Police Office, Crsstos, B. C91..znSL sell at public auction, the lands in the list herein-  ������������ter set oat, of the persons in the -said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said  persons on the 30th. day hi June, 1927, and for ^penalty; eosts, and expenses, including iJie'.'eoat ol advertising aaid sale, if the total amount due for the period ended December 31st, 19253 is not sooner paid.  LIST OF PROPERTIES  Name off Person  Sbort Description of ttapegty  Arrears of   Ini.an$   Costeana  All Taxes    Penalty   Expenses *XOKAX>  XJew&r, U. 3. ; .~..~.  ,^ Block 1, Ijot 191., l������ap 1507, t)^3 acres .._  _, Blocks   I   to. 14,   E.^t   524,   Map   1101,  15=885  QuSst, Carl O.  ������*det*Jo)a -aniSer the  puljlio    -^������-���������    af tSe OnstopoB Act. at C*astoms  To &&  earM W  grpvfeionB   gl the      sheds on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER l&fchT 1927  at 2 p.m- the ffoUovrlaig igoods whlcla have been  forfeited or" which are in defaxdt Cor payment  i?* =?~*4s=!> waiter tis������ Oaatoas l****wss  VIb;  JjOt  X  S pieces Steam chest and paarts^  a 2 orates Marbie  5 a pa. Stove oasiinss  4  a pieces Cable and Blo������*s  6 1 case Hardware  6 4 boxes Mechanic Tods  7 1 parts <3alvanlrsed Ironware  2< bandies &������uvanize������ Bticketa  &��������� 1 box Tools  2 cartons SLokSes  1 crate Wood Handles  4 cartons Hose Sprinklears  SI case Fishinic Tackle .-*  10 lhaxMannttacturinsXieattier  11 StnackagesELSgd-waja  12 1      "       Hatdwaro ���������  13 38 bandies Galvanized Iron Pails  32     /*     ^Shovela ? ���������������������������-���������������������������'.    ������������������������������������.?���������������**  3 *%*     .^Ooai Scoops y;yv-?: ?  3      **       Cf rain Scoops  14 1 case Manofactnring-Brass  15 4 crates Sad Irons :..-"-  1      "   ^Sofc Plates  1 "       Hot Plates  "!������ 20 cases Hardware  1? 14     '-     Hardware^?-'  Is 18 boxes and? bundles Basdwasre  19 5 case** Fishing "Sewlcle  20 3    "^"Hardware  SI   & cartons Iron Chain  S3 *������������������ 1 box Hardware .  _  1 ". Harness ChHn  @ 8 crates Mechanic Tools  2 boxes Mitre Saws  24 8 oases Ixaaded Shells  8 boxes Flash lights  25 4    ������������������Vices        _  l ��������� ���������*   . MeobanicrooiB  8    **    -Wrenches  o    ���������.    chsbs Wrenches  ���������  86  lease Fishing Tackle  Winch & Morris  Iiat'SI25 y  ..Parcel "A.M, Block 10, Map 693A   Map693C  .-Lots 17A and 19A, Map S90  ���������.. _���������  EioieSl  Embree, Wm.  .2% of 49 and SO Block 2, Map 893  f-,4,   gfg  lAnber.  Balcer,  IWd   V. Hyde  ^..H.W.% Sec. 4, ISO acres, JaSap 730  .. ..Undivided 1-3 int. X-o* 380, 514 *������������^  Crawford, wm. H.   ���������MfrMw-dalne & Hill _.  "%  JjotSBl  .Lost A, Mag iMS, S?^ acrres   ���������Blocks m aM*a 29, eaaeepb B|W. B.  Southern Railway, and Block  28,  1125  51.25  16.15  12J5  r   -  "98.63  489.32  62J30  Wood, R. M.  Msp 730A, Lot 812-120 acres    IS, Xsct 892, 20 *acress Map ���������98 . ~  -������*ij!  toonl  Vices  'Sad Irons  Eleotrle Appliances  Mechanic Tools -  Silootrlo Eqaalpanent  Enameiwaro  Meqhanio Toots  S?*r������hoSass. ��������� "���������' '  ^trohes  Sunday,   Oct.  2nd  JCor details please consult  W.IB; M A ItSttSh Creston;  op t. W. BTJNBY,Enck������  son. Tickoit Agents, or  write (Kv'^-.BlBQPHYp  District Passeatiger Agent,  Calgary, Alt:^^  . .^.....    _   ���������,  ._ 1��������� 1��������� ���������t���������n-i���������n 1��������� *ir���������ii���������ii j���������-Tir nri.ii -inr-mrr t *mmmm  Ice Cream  Effective Sept. 1st Fall and  Winter schedule of prices  wall prevail, as follows :  MILK  JEBSEY-���������7 Quarts for l  . HOLiSTEHSf-lOQuarts,!  OKEAM  Pint 30c   4-Pint..  27: 2  28   1  29 a  1  ao a  st a  83 Iii  S3 1  34   1  ss a          38 1   '*    Hoardworo  10 bawdies Shovels "  87   1 case Stamped Brass  33 31 bundles Tool Steel  39 1 caao Hiurdwuaro  8   "   Iiockficts  40 a   "   Cutleiy  41 8 bales Twine  *2 22oaHoaOartrtda������cs  48  8 boxes Tools  Ml"   --Hardware -  45  1 caao Manufaotnrinrr; Brass  40 27 paokeaoa Palls, Bto.   . .:  47 acaBosGlaaawaroandeilvorwiwro  48 1 bnrtdlo Btoro Oastlnas       .  40 4   M   Steel Hlnatos, Etc.'  Ml   **������������������:��������� Mcchanio.Toola    ."-. ���������'  Hffl a   ������*.  IXardwnro  63 a.   M    aprlno- Inmg  Ml"   Modlolno Cabinet  aVl   l    "   Saws  fiS 7   pookaaea Baseball Bajvalpancn t  Bit  S cartona Hardware y  ������8  4 oaseejPETiahlnir TacWp  ������0 16 iMuxkascoo yarlous tEar������ST.~jiro  fla>, 20 ^^       Ilattl warti  <n' 8oartona Klootrlo Stovon   ,  ,; 4 bundles l^o^Inirnnd Water FiajKaa  A oartona Itotnacr.Bloys/yr .Plpoii  0 , ������������������������������������ .PortabloForirtia  4 ���������**4 II. B. fontliriaifl  1.     ������������������   V Power Drills  7 boxes Cream ficratatona  1 Y.     ������6i������kWitoraPurt8  ������   '*     Treyoro Irons  Woodley, Is*a������c, <Sstate>  Woodley, Isaac, d^tate)  Mcliellgn, Wm. H. ���������~y  SiOt48K������ .  .Sublet 34, 237/S acres.   Map X31  ���������.ouuivrv   M.Totst  ...���������Und. % Int. in Blocks 1 and % tab 9493,  Map 988 .<.��������� . .   ......Building oa Lots 180 and 181, Lot 9839.���������  Penson, B. A. ���������'~-���������  Denaso, Kamo ...������������������  De Mouilpled, B. R.  Hickey, T. H. ... *.  "-���������'���������'��������� I<et312    . .'  ._.PaiaBel A of Block 8, Map 730A ......  _...Block 116.   9W acres ���������-...������.   ^...Blocks 132, 133.   9^5 acres eaach .   Block 5.   20,08 acres. Map 1497 ���������  145.90  16&20  an in  154.01  71.00  51.65  ���������53.4D  265^2  19.35  138  i^9  X1JB*.  159.75  13 J6  7.88  197.73  1&91  $tJ6*  iMtm.  Ryclcman, Sarah W.  .Lot 0,9.74 -acres.  3*^ 559, afires,  Si������4 S9S  Lot D, 4^2 acres.  Man 911   Lot  -      10155  Sherwood, John ....   PaStner, Mrs. A.  .-*.._  Davles, Thos. W. .....���������-..  -   .' ��������� ���������.                **-���������  ��������� ''  Anderson, Tlitos. M. .  Gilbert, W. S. ...  Constable, Guy  ������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**���������������������������'   , Block 16, 39j0 acres.   Map 898 ���������������������������   BlockySi.   40jO acres ~.... ..........���������   .Parcel A, Block 139.   10.34 acres.  Lot  ...������ , Sublot 4,   Lot  4595.   98.6   acres.   Map   Block 181, IiOt 812.   9.18 acres.   Map 921  .That part of Parcel B of Block 2, East  of Government Bead, 15.0 acres of  Lot 892, Map 09*3A  ������ ������* m**n m m ������������������**<  192.80  32.40  81.72  83.07  ������M������#*������*������������������i  !>������������������������>#������ *������*������f>������p*l  -   51.32  69^3  12J8  8J4  ���������.25  94J6  224  16.63  8053  9.79  5.10  24.10  2955  S.i5  12.75  ^-������.'49  12.75  12.75  iq*ffi  13.75  13.75  12.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  SS-7S  13.75  13.76  13.75  43.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  v -  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  13.75  'IMM  8059  2757  S2151  66253  134.67  8251  84355  17856  22859  9753  7454  373.63  -8554  131.73  2SS58  85.74  5155  11957  12057  Dated at N������teon, B.O^ this 22nd day of August 1927,  , M. K> J.Utvv������JQJI^i*l,  Provincial Collector.  tt  ���������������  3    4*     *X������3yqro Irons  __  a otiHoaia.Coiu and Gas ItnnffGB  2   "     Banco Oloeota  fl9  I casso Ironwivpo  01 84 oratos Wuh) -  OS  1 oaoo Hlana and Nlcltlo Plntod Wave  1  ������������������   NtoUolMatod Ware  flfl  9 oason'I'VwlB. )       _    .    .  07  0 naokfifires Mloofcrlc Goodo    ���������  $1.00  16c.  ^^^^S   ..^   ,.     ....   Jl   ________   ^^  H   , RT H-BSL" ��������� 0-H W H   'H  Era^k w |ii|  ___! ^__p Ajp ^ ^0 __^ *__!  6A  ana  70  71  rt  vu  74  74  70  W������ W.*������ CJO^Wn^CJWI ���������  BY EXPRESS  1 box Btoul FlfilalnB Bodn  l cartoon ktaoo MaTlOiovoaa  2.    ���������'   _iJa������oBaaiaiov������ai  1 box l^lflos  1  "   AimnunKlon  1   **  CJlothfta Wine TfoMawm  1 ornto Mkils ' ��������� j  1 box namsaChMit; Uninlloin and Oorwors I  1  ���������"  lnittsr   jKiatv������9   ami   Wallpaper  Trlmmoira Tools  77  1   "   IMttMnur Itoms  P   I   "   MlootrU) Uurlliiaj: IrrttiM  70  2ou������-ionwltftdU\toa'Rlnattcra  Ami otJi������ractlolosas por lint cm H)������ anal to bo  Keen  at. tlio   C/iiutoauu  waw-oBkOaiw, CaiaaalBaa-a  Poolflo Itatlwair f rofaht sheds, Nottum, B.O.  TMlftMH OA nU.   Halrt m������i1������1imtI. to- f^mMniiantao  noxe rtft*jr and atantll oouapietod.  * Jt. O. BUKYAN,  OoU&otor of Nftttojaa.1 Etovdiaia������,  Nelson, 11. O,   NlnoUHmtb  ������>uy ot  BRITISH COLUMB  . The Mineral Province of Western Canada    ,  TO THE END OF DBCBMAi'Ek, 1926  Has produced Minerals as follows:    Planer Gold, $78,018,048;     Lode Gold, $126,972,318.  Silver, $80,787,008;    Load, $100,976442?   Copper $200,967,068;    Zinc, o50.512.557;     Coal  and Coke, $204,090,183; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the ond of 1925 ohow an  \r  tiopu������mlK3r, 1027*  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production \ year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mi rain ������ Lawh of tine Province aro more-liberal and the feea lower than thoee of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any oolony in the British Empire,  Mineral looatione aro granted to dieooverern for. nominal fees.  AbRolute Title������ are obtained by developing ouoh properties, the eeouricy of whioh ia  f^iiaranteed hy Crowm jajrantn.  Full information, togethet* with Mining: Reports and Mape, mny be obtained gratis by  "addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BlilTISH COLUMBIA  H.B.���������FiuUtltmlly all Brltlnh Oolaimbla -Mineral Peopm-tlm u������ntai -whioh dovtelopiawnt work Vrnta been done  aiace tlenorltaoA in taotne moo of tha������ Annual Iteporta of the Mtnluter of Mlticu. Thome cniawidering wiloing  InvoDtmurato oboiild refer to aaaoh roportn. They *uva ������av������������ilabl������ without o|an.r^o t������m uppll.c.i.UtVia to tbo Tta~  piiitnacaafc o Mlraoii, Vletorla, B.C. m uXoptvct*, of th^ Geolopflcivl 8ua*voy of Oanudit, Winch Ilulhllng, Van-  couvoi', iar<* r<uor>iiiiiieiaciMci������i i*m vMhk������t>S������iM *.���������*������*-iai**. ia? lutoi-swntStin.  iioi>o������U <j<*������*orJnfj; otteh of tho &I* MUUiral Survey Dlntalcta aro ptiblluhcd ii-p-arntoly. ������n<l t*i������������ avail  abl������> nmf npplltiatiou.  I  i :.X A  v;i  .;.,..���������-.-  ���������.TEDSt.'.-lS^^^r;;  TiM.BM^.C^..  ' ���������.*/X\*.'i-������.\w^v������.f.������i*_^-i^*^;i^v*^'S*y���������"-*-*���������������'.- ���������*-*>��������������������������������� !'*^ '*������ .  ���������frm  iii������iii������������i  SEED ROSE ORANGE PE^i*5g1s the  5<best tea you can buy;"���������pick-idl^^y^ only  $hree days old���������juicy, flavor - iilled leaves.  m^m  JMow pacKea in. ^la/rgs^pjii  *^.  *jyc  "*    *���������      1    /"b    ^1        1"i:"pV ^ft.^^ i:lV:VS-ll*f.  ft*s  The latest preliminary estimate rtf tho yields, of the principal grain  ���������O'ops, issued by the Canadian Government Bliveau o'f-Statistics)''?'baseA ul^oii  report:* fremiti all parts'oE'the Dominion/ predicts a wheat crop  for this year, the second largest ct*op ever grown 111 Canada,  crop was iu 1923." which totalled 47-1,199,000 bushels. TUife������������������ year's wheat ca*op  ia ostiriiaieu at IS.900,000 tni-shels mora than last year's yield atlc'. proiiiises  an   average, yield per acre  oi 20.4 bushels  pet' acre. ,;'  mi-..       _....-,  i.       r.;...       . :.,^-riCitiii-iJi-ft^'^viy -ii'o.-.'-'wHiik: :-A'4.. f-y* t������.i*v-.;-v������*.*������v������.  X lit: Llll'VV* glUjll ^.tEllil ft l Ut VI  IJUjS-.��������� -:...j,lF*,\r.V UKJ^tl;:j   ;Vf ���������\,;SiV������OB������"������.S������J*>    >   lU*l^j_J.I������MJ!.,  Saskatchewan    and    Alberta,    will   prbdai?^ ^2;2^00Or >uslielfe     ot'   this  ti^iife litilii^fibn Board  Pl^htyAt sQiehfait, Saskatchewan; ,Tc*^  Be Bornodelled ���������,,..__...V.,,..<-���������-,��������� ?;  .....Official., ^-announcement Jaas; been  made, by afhe^inister in cliai-ge ol'th,t?;  iiaireau oafiinclUstrifed of thai' Gov&rn-'  ment oCVSHsik&tche\van tliat tlie plaitat  pf-';"t-he''''ia'K'nite' Utflizaiioiri Bn^ru. sit?  Bienf^ityS:asl^, has been acgiah'ed by  tlae organized tvesttu'ii ?bomiulon Collieries Company of "Winnipeg, which  company will remodel the plant for  co'mhiercial operations at the oaa-liest  possible date. Negotiations looking  to this end have- been carried on for  some years 'following the'experiments  fby  thefebo^*d..from, 19-Li). ,to> 492&.  Ma  th  urivet \i*pt niahoa them f  Directions..  -Necessary^.Qnly^fWhere:  *,;.4 Road, Is poubtfjUl OivDangeroifs  ^Signing dap lugh^ayW'. has long  beeai a topic for? departmental cprisid-  eratiofa. Sttnie hare Monies' little, 6tli~  era a good job)*ana :somo fhave "over-  signed'* their- -highways.'ya.a������������������.���������* aua} .-- :;.������������������.'  yyWJe .:^^f5,^ft^������ewspa.pei'^vof;; patients,  crop."oft 'i.v'hea't  ;\  as    cOMifa'fe'a"' "avitli-- ���������~S$3.=U0,0G0- bushels���������- ia 1-- ���������y --������������������-'���������- .^.���������^.v..,,;,.   - - ���������������������������������������������-..- ,--^-- -,-- ���������--��������� -,  ....... ���������.   . $  Saskatchewan-Fairs. ':*���������.������������������ yy^���������>**  The total ��������� estimaLted. amount >of  riaoia6?v paid trappers of SasKatSheWari  for the many kinds of fur they  brou^atfn 'iii-- 1926 is "fSlJgggiYoSf The  number of furs brought in was 650,742  the government estimate. This paper's estimate of tlao Oat crop of the three j the greatest beiug muskrat number  prairie   provinces   is   uUo  considerably  lower   than that   of   the  government j 433.85S with  a value of $5S0,629, and  yeai-"*    total.  . ..There has been considerable ' dtuua^e froaaa rust this year In various  sections of Saslcatc'tiewan aud Manitoba, and when jiiiaf' tlxre'lliiuff'retuHia "arc"  in. the government's estimate may be considerably iowearedv The ?>lanitoba  ���������JbYee Press estimates the ^heat crop of tlae'tUfee praia-ie provihcea for  the year 1927   at 424,312.125.  which is some eight million bushels ICss than  ct?Dp^'o'K,:,::������a;WK<S-s ^our eorb' toes well in !^ who: take?;.an.   pyerdpse*-:::pf.; doctor's  aiiediciue and dle.": ; The "motorists ih  some localities are in? the &anie posi-^  iioh-^overdoses of "isignS" causie near  death to naariy good laips, and>trav-  ellingis "iiard;wprk.f> %} ���������������������������-A :,; '  6i 45S;741,000 ia day or two. lielief is; instama?anepus;  ' ..'.,*���������.. ���������   locOEa   Corn fKxtyactbr tonight���������see how" well  ���������           .._ ..  well  your spre eorias feel in jtlie liaorriihg;  It's' a> bonder liquids���������a marve!->vorlt-  ea*. Notlilng so good for soa*e corns as  Putnam's Corn Extractor. Get'Putnam's from' your clniggist ��������� today.  Sattisfaction guaranteed.  and in the final analysis ma5* prove  to be more nearly correct,; as with the  exi-vpth-n   of Aiberaa  and xhe western  part   of  Saskatchewan,  the oat  crop  has  been rather disappointing.  Rust and  frost has caused a lot of damage.  HowuverV there   can  be   no   question  but  that   this  year's   crop. throughout  the  west  will be well above the average.  A new iv'gh record of wheat production has been established, in Alberta  ���������this''season with a crop now estimated at 163,862,000 < bushels, an.'. increase  of 24.028 000 bushels over the previous 'bumper crop grown in 1923. But  not only wheat promises a bumper yield this year; oats, barley, rye and. other  gayains us."well as the whole range of field arid orchard crops promise record  "returns. The-ISC 7 crop-of 1*5,524.000 tons of hay and clover;.>frona 10,1.87,836.  acres   is  the   largest yield ever  recorded  in   Canada.  The yield of oats has also been good with an estimated production of  502.199,000 .bushels, of which 332,494,1)00 'bushels..,were produced in, the  Prairie ProviiTces: Particularly good crops aire being harvested; in both  .Saskatchewan and Alberta and. the estimate for the: Prairie Provinces  is- the second largest shown-}.. Itx 1923 it was estimated ythat 391,756,000  bushels were harvested in -V*srestern Canada. TheI'1927 "production o������-barley  is expected to be^SS.000,000 bushels, and rye 17,462,0')0 bushels. yy?     -.5  Though good "weather is stall required for the completion _ of threshing  operations, these have.now advanced so far that over a cPii_side:rable "area  threshing is finished. There is naturally,,a feejing pf pptiiia4.sm- among  Canadian farmers and business men. Not for years has theVigebeyal outlook  been so encouraging in "Canada as it is at present. : y ?y -r ���������?;- ���������.: .,  the next    coyote  worth  ?271,275.  with    30,475    -pelts  ?; A  Praiseworthy Hobby  Giving away flowefs-Co ffi6 siclc laas'  beeai  the hobby of"-a-nlaW jof Gr6eny  viile/SPuth 'Carolina;Vffori?the' -past5  twenty  years.V Hp estimates he has"  given  80,0*00 ybpu_quets.-_ .?tpj_ y tbe    sick.  Now, a... man.. J of   jsixty-six   .years   , lie.,  speaitls"early rnornihg apd evenings in  his  flowef garden."' *?Ea<9h'  Sunday lie  picks thfe^fLOweraln'iM  his ; weekly rpatmd of 1 Greenville hos-'  pltals arid sick beds.   V?:  i:������������������.rv*  *'���������  . ?-;Whoever^is. Jin... <^iargex������.pf ^igois.: in,  your highway department should'  study the^rsituajfon^ .carefully,    and  erect signfe^'e^^^IaCfel^here the  JXioto^%i^^}^^^^^^^}^k^i]Q? dan-  arer. -������������������Npyetl^^fair^  ger  be Iter"''tha^?';ten;*^^3*^ac^S "hit or  -mis^."  "'   rt\r!> J^-i-tV 'K  &PP  u. P  Is Efficient Store-Keeper  SENTERY  WAS  SO BAD  e*i m     tt* gag* _n A3 WP* t***.  6.  - Mi^. Wallace Pepper, R.Iw. No. ������,,  Simcoe, Ont., writes:���������"aLast summer I  was very bad with dysentea-y.., .-I lost my  appetite, and had "such severe pains in  amy abdomen they made roe "very faint.  I passed blood which greatly alarmed me,  so I hurried to the doctor. He told me  the quickest way to get rid of. it would  be to take.  Japanese Royalty Engaged  H-eir To Japanese Throne Is Betrothed  To Daughter Of Prince  Prince Chichibu, 25, brother of the  Japanese Emperor, and n'ext in line  to the throne, is reported betrothed  to Mahakp Ichijo. 17-year old daughter of Prince "ichijo, says a Tokio dies-  patch to the Evening News.  Prince Ichijo is chief ritualist of  the .'Imperial Court and a member of  the  ancient Kioto nobility. ������������������  The despatch says -that ah early  engagement..of the Prince is urged by  cpurt dignitaries and the lack; of a  son in the emperor's family (a second daughter was recently born) is  felt to make tlie early marriage 6f  Prince Chichibu desirable.  Device  That  Measures  Bi?!ionth Of Inch  The faa-st step is often so expeaaslve  that you can't afford^ to take tho second.  in  FOR MOTHERS OF -  vfvv.^^'piiijM  Mothers aire quick to praise anything vrliicf? brings -liealth' and '^cotan^'  fort to -their. laittleyyones-^-anyythedi-  cine that will make the baby well and  keep him well* will always receive  hearty ��������� recommendation. , from-y"the  mother.. That, is why Baby'������ Own  Tablets are so po-pular. Thousands of  mothers^ throughout the^couiatry,' not;  only use? th"6mvfor their own littler  Pries bait are always delighted to be  able; to -recommend: them ; to'' other  mothers. Thousands pf mothers have  proved Baby's Own Tatilitsf to be  without] an? equal ins "relieving i their  little ones of any of the many minor  ailments which arise out of a derangement of the stomach and. bowels. Baby's Own Tablets are the ideal  easy  to'  take   but  thorough  ���������%|ind;JMat������ V^l ^a^ Carlffe fexpect'  Disihguishing Coins  Charles A.  Larson has been blind  for 16 years,'-but  ��������� he    condAicfts.  liis  grocery store atLftbe Ssiit, Lake tpur--  ist park as efficiently as -'though-   his  sight was unimpaired. His wife-and j In action. They bEi?hish constipation  two^diaughters' assist at times, but:he ������-n4 .iadagestion; break up colds and  aa^ -nnt HpnpnHpnt ������r������������r. tiinm "P-irftTv I si���������ple fevers; expel woanis and make  Is  not  dependent   upon   thena.   Every j tfe  teething period  easy.     The  TitW  cdjnmodity is put in a designated j jets are sold by medicine dealers or,  place and. Larson Is afble to -walk to;by inail at 25 cents a box from Th������  any part of the store,, select the; ar~ ^- Williams' 3^edicliie; do:, Brock-  ticle wanted hy the? customer, atid 're- y1116'^11^  turn to the counter. He is aai estpert  in distinguishing^coiaisiy: and fhas no  difficulty in maklaig; change * Scores of  tourists - Rave- '^bWgli.t'^''siifcp.I>He^ from  him without 'M^^^Ssi^sW^S^-  $Jb&\\RJrtm\ EC&  ^3^S  Especially Prepared  fo.r Infants  and Children of All Ages  Mother t Fletclaor'.i Oiastoria- haa  been In use for over "0 ycai'ia'to relievo bableu and children of Constipation, ' Flatulency. Wind Colic atu'd  Dlarrhua: nllayiaiK F������'.\*<:n*l^hnens 'ai-ls-  Ing iherel'roaai, ami, by regaihUliiB th.o  Kto������t:a<:h jvikI Ilowels. aids tho risslhi-  ilrition.ua Food; giving aaalaaa*al nh-iijp  wiilioui   opiates.  .The  BCiiailni* btars clgnaturo of  MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS  Ui/riiAi'iroxifr     cuamoitionr.  T<   !:..|������)"Honn.   %\i\ruM)   Tor  $55.00  <Hii.irani<<<-d.  nl   i-:-i -��������� 1  <;uai  KiTv  Poliaitoaa,  M������niii-������������.'������l  !M<>     Mount-  r  :oo  New Invention Also Records Millionth  Degree  Of Tei.nperature  An instrument which measures- a  billionth of nor.inch or .a' aoi.lHio"ntli of  a degree of temperature was exhibited by tho Bell Telephone Laboratories. This device, the most refined  measuring apparatus? in existence, is  the recently perfected. ��������� develppjiient  of P. P. Clofll. It was constructed to  measure the minutfe contraction or  expansion which wires b'f different  composition undergo when they are  magnetized. ^  ''������������������     -'  . Before this was ' constructed tho  most delicate instrument for measuring length was the interferometer,  which employs ' wave-lengths of  light for measuring purposes. IJho  Clofll Instrument is approxlaaiately a  hundred times more sensitive than  the interferometer , to changes In  length. A change iu..,.temperature of  a thousandth part of ai degree is sufficient to cause a spot of light to race  across the--measuring scale. ���������  Mr. CloftY was 'ass'lgiioal by Dr. L.-  W. .McKeehaii of the .^Bol^-Laboratories to Invent ain Instrument of this  typo fbr use in an .extensive research  into the nature of mtigootj__ini, To'day  nobody knows what niagnetlr?m is. A  good, deal of llRht lmn been thrown  I'oct'ntly upon Iho naatter iix which  all ������������������'the at mils /are: lined ..up in .such a  wu] that each one oxurUi it laaaigiiollc  pull lu tho sa.mo dtroctlon. A poor  mnunet is a saibatahco in wWch the"  atoms are -arranged at haphazard so  thaL tlio majjuoLlc pull exorted by o'uo  atom in cancelled by 11i.nl. nxorled by  nnolher.  tMonoy  From tho CIoucJb  Maiynr   Foster,   of    Toi-tmto,   (while  talcing' an nlt-plano iv\\1 ojVcw tho cily,  dropp(?d. ton  murknil-oritj dojlair JIjIIIh  which In* will a-aidnciu" for $T> Jf i*n-  Uirned lo hlaia ail (he city laailtr Tlilfl  Ih bi'Iaai? done to iifld, Ink-rent to illiri*  UlKlit which he. dn making In,order to  lip.'^mc ���������������, m���������-">n'*������'������r <nP *?m������ ^.oronnu^lfMl  AmmoHiiHoii, which beRfan lira conven-  tioi*  in   \hf i'iiv.  S>  "I took only part of a bottle and was  Somplctely relieved. I feel I cannot  Recommend it too highly."   -_  This wonderful bowel complaint remedy has been on the market for the past  80 years; put up only by The T. .Mil-  bum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Ship Hens For Egg Contest  First Canadian Entry Left Vancouver  Recently For England  The first Canadian entry to the. International egg laying, contest,- which  will open at Preston;.. Lancashire,  England, shortly' left Vancouver, in a  specially enulpped express car over  the Canadian National Jtallway. .-The  shipment was made up of- thirteen  white leghorns from the pens of Far-  rlngton Brothers," Btirnaby,, under tho  supervision, of Prof. 13.. A. Lloyd., ;of  the    University of British Columbia.  During tho long journey stafllclent  British Columbia apples were being  carried to furnish each bird with ono  dally. ' ,  Jt   '"���������������������.���������' ������������������"���������.'Ac "��������� ."-i.'_.":������������������''.���������~ "���������'-'A���������'*"':; >. "���������  Mah itoba Make Binder Twiri'e.  Five hundred? ac?;es^V'of;; hemp .are  under cultivation -Within'  Ave miles of the plant of the Mas^nitoba  Cordage Gc*mpanyyat; Portagevia'prai-  rie. This year the cpni*(>any has been  experimenting with. biii<iei������-twine and.  The fastest moving Jiving creature  is the deer:"or botf't������f}]hti I*iprth?fAjiier-  ica and. fEairbpe. ^fEiitbmblogiste ;'say  It -can ?fiy at^the toXo of '-18** miles  an h||ur.  Many have been relieved ?of corns  V V" ':'"������r r -P" Z -.1 bv Hollo way's Cpa-n,' Reniover. It has a  a ramus  ot   power 0f its own that will be found  eff^p,tive.'',y,'.?..: -?^:.'y,  ,',    - ���������-.\  If'you would retain a man's friends-  ship don't try -to ~sho-w?him that he  according to  report,? certatirffaay3iers.H:lsn't half: as sniart! as he thinks he is.  are being supplied with; ay number of  balls for trial purposes, to report on  its quality af ter nsp     VV . ? f   V  ; ^-It's an easy platter to get around  any one ypu can see through.  Seeking ship Fbar. Commander Byirtl  Arriving-dt Oslo, Norway,' ^Lletit,  Bei'nt, Ualchon, of .Commander U'lch-  ard B.' liyrd'H trans-Atlantic crew,  answered as follows to an inquiry as  to the purposo of his visit: "Comma uder Byrd asked nw to come to  Norway and find a whip which hoV Intends to send to .tho.Bo.ss barrier this  wlntor for rnoounalsancn before,'y he  8tnrt������ tho groat antarctic oxpftdltlon  noxt. year. In addition to the ship*my  task ulao Ih to Und equipment land  men, er-poclially slUovaJiV'who aro rbady  lo' ]0tfro for tliP"' Aniarcttc -this  autumn."  Alfalfa M^al Mill  Kdmoarton lnteroftts are looking to  l.he-possibility of (establishing an ail-  fallal moal mill at. Lethbridge, for* tlio  grinding of alfalfa and tho maldng of  mill fePds with ga-otmdi nlfnlfa ancl] syrup by-products from the Tlayt^ond  HUKar factory as-a basis. The extending ncroago of "alfalfa in tha "irrigation  tllMt.rlcl.ti nbout L'������Mlibridi:n haii roused  ih In intercut. '    - L  Proved safe by millions and presfenbed By?physicians! for  Colds  Pain  Headache  Neuritis  Toothache  Lumbago  Neuralgia   Rheumatism  THE HEART  WARNING!  Beware of Counterfeits  There is 'only dfic -p-cutuaic  "ASPIRIN" tablet.. If a tablet as offered sis1 "ASPIRIN"  and is not stamped with the.  "Bayer Cross"-rcfuge it with  conteiitfiiMt asnot" ASPIRIN"  at all! Don't take chances t  Relieved  Sore Throat-  ment,  ���������lYSInard'fl   tlnl-  Acccpt   only   "fiaycr"   padsatjc*  mmVmmMKm0ltmMmmsm������ mmmmMmmmmTmt* lw������������jMM������������������i "   J r    T      11.  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Tlnyor"   boxen   of   li!   lablota  Al������o bottles ot'".2*t jind 100���������Druggi^t'ii,-  'I .Alrln   fn   ������*,���������<���������������.������*..    ���������,���������.... .     . -    , ... J'.    '"'"' ������"~V ���������    .'.      .        4      A        '     '   ������'   .V   ' '"    , ,  aelaoMlfii* of H������lloyl'������'fl/������i(t (A.r'(������i.vl fanll^yllf *H������i. "A; U. A,"). wm������������ at iu'wdli'imnwn  *h������t A������a>lrliimof\iw Ilirtyor iutuiuf.u*tui������i.t<������ suialut aH������ii'*>ii1ill<* wr*liaiil lmltu.ltc.nb.Oia Tna.l������tn  mt SL&it-c Ct������uip4ft> \iM a.o ���������i.iiuiwhI wiiai tlioar roncria irailo tntxk. Ui������ "'llajnr icroii*.**  .A  il  if!  ii  la  1  f al  M  m  m  m  m  M  ''id  li  '?i\i  lit  m  ���������Si  va y#2  v^-  I -������,~*JI ������4������������e������.J������kes������������BLSl6elaWnK-   &S*������a Blary Bush ������S Cteatoa  aUUnK ' & -5* -������-ay������������asaai. a was bridesmaid* trraatie tfefr jrcroom w-ao  .   ,   .. *'.. ���������."' -���������^  - '   ' "       | ..n.s-.BW.ff.g.a.-S    *ss=     9      Sl        f11- a K���������    i^ff    *** :-i        l,!8MpijroE*B������5B   oar -������**��������������� drs*   osvu-uwa  ua   wmu'  Fles Brigadse** wsb dlr-mppolntfng]-?  aaaaall* aaa the film waa as good one and  half the pro-ate -asrefre to go to the local  -3m fighters* w������mi*o share of th������ ostt  -re^en^ey-will not -be mom than $1*0.  a������trvw&.  FapovS^ciaS poSSea "52. S5eE*aeea, sg-fe������  haa been tin vacation *t������ca eas-ly En  July, azesurmea his o&lcfal dutlea* on  Oetobe? le&. Jock ESaSSobb, who* has  beeaa  In  chnwwau will* he jgfc ������rQB������tc nit-liS  N-elscss AsasdssssessiS Dktrist-  xa  ImSStSSSi OS "fVmmmjm&m  Aswaraof   ia*tas.������mS   ti-sgts ahd  JWT&xm    TeaaStfr  B������|ws|������wBft -gQCftg*  fte&as**  IThere will Sm> ji' aorua&tiaiz on Saturday t*he laldd!������ o������ October* and just noanr Ss  tslffht* Oetobe* la������U l������ the ttaii over jimfeiuK * sfcsS'ftsi'p of sh ihs antes Ss  French's barber shop, to on^snlze apbe district to sx&ke war* ithelr E-egfe  branch  oat tmft C-auauiBSi  ������*sfiioa  SS;��������� trsMsss fcs.3u:*es s*e ss eecord wafbSs *fa������  p&ss&an.   AM ess-3?ff������ic^ sues aro ������re-  qttaste^ to be swresami,   A. S3*. Bryant  ib aa&lendttisee..  Jr^*J������*-?SS*St������SiS"*2, !S?231  h&  PremleF Mr&eXia^'S 'took the air  at  OicestoEl oa ^Tns2anBiaa������3r la-at* *������ seraie to  Snfo-������oastlon supplied when taking out  litUmama.  -"ritamninp  .^chat pnTfc'���������a������,euEto'4 Si in ^ il", ������������feg������  k  1*^081 A af iSubtot a^r^-pi. &T, BrSap 3S������������  SfifiJKi  ss^s  SS?J5 '���������  .2������2S  S*9  JS.^5  \ The ?ootbad Btoatcto cm Saaeuraay  afternoon resulted in ������ draw with a  eeore oa? one goal each. The play waa  not TOry fefgfe Is qaallt-f bat *gr*at cs������-  ^BflBBsacnc^ A* &  .Si^^ ^ 2^ 469i  S������^ 33������' eaaapt  PeraaaJs, A  and  B  thereof.   577.S   ������������w������  ������**���������*������**  aVemle,  CranhsooSs   and    Kimberley, A** belonns U> tiio School team, who  where he held nubile meet-nge.   Hei^S^ftte������,a^w'te������TOorJlaOhft'������f������gfco!s  aet  b������   -'"itiK-bsP  of ������fWSoaaj������������*  Swa Crawford, fair  holding tbe  lr������ slid s������se^as������d aKsas sia waeas taja   ?������-������*���������������"   ~~������������������������   ~������s   ��������� s ^.sa^7 s^ess  when   overtime  -was  played  SU.MS&S&V*  visiting C&f&mBU  in about a. roosBth,  _g8   C������ -.S������riywSH   m> vi<covuu   * .. ..      ���������     '���������      1 *  - , ���������",-     J*        .fl       m.. m ., IliiMiri nil,  fiBupiB vrxw ou������ewciwci:8   <*v   *vMT**i*J������SrssiS  on Monday a.ft������Bt������o������in, when MIrss  BSefuaotf* Mtitdied. eldest daatughter ot  Mr. and. Mare. 8. Burnett, was united  is msmwi! ������lt������ Frftsk bridges el  Osa^pttokl Ketr. M. S Blaekburn ofr  SisiststosBf SSffS- A* A*  _______-* ASSSL *Mr^a SM  m**9m%rm9   vm********} m\Wmm*ByJi  CITirffq  .Bloel: S off Sshtot 911.   SO^i aes������s .u.   -north. 200 s&zes.   13S=0 acres __^������.  .Lssfe S, 3ESSSS& J* Msa������ isso .  3JM  JAAB  13.7S  *S7j65  B^feSss. & ~Sledmsa&  SSoare  attention should be psid to tbe pef-  fa*ree*8 -whistle and theftaine should tgo J ^            _   _  oa uBla^s tbe whistie btoWsi sso anatterl gRi���������tn ��������� "BteaBaaa  *97hat Is e*e3?ueds    There *aar*-li! be  aaol- ���������, _������^*_   ������, ~,n,. r,.,.,_  BasUa & Stedmaa  .���������WU   -aaaw-w-S  ���������rawraiKM aaa.       -a.v������Bas&rv  -wood S^." M|C>.   98.13 acres  match this vneeh, but if possible a  pswetice on Saatisarday afternoon^ A  match will he araranssed to* Sataanda-fr.  Oetobei ������1%, &*tmmstb one <o$ the other  stsehooha.  ^���������">-  r  Me���������LM!Y*5  Nattonfor CiirssiilGte^ Heat all aver ths Moime���������sk&i-  dmg *%*rtfo_z *v Cheery ���������Shw that speaks  OUr %^&*j*ini������iSS (SwSw ^*w"fss*wr*  -_-!  S.t=^i  glows witn ine cBeeiy ongQciiess ox a eoai urei oucn  is tHe n^^Mcdlaiy* *iRaa������aafe,> Heater���������^the beater  that coEsbises all these advaatages-^t&at is handsome-  \y designed���������a������ oro&ao-eut to ^a,uy rooss���������as^d exeep*-  tiooally low in price.   Heats, three to four rooms.      ~  5������-������  s  #%B S$I^KiBfl^  i^aat  maara  r*r*aatta*SBaaaaaraaa  H������a  rosan  renrransaBav^i  mjj.wa.MMm  estsb  Mctoey When Needed  i  I  i-  I  1:^  **ff  -The asusrest way of iKitvia^ mds&e^r  when you nejed it i������ t������ o{&en a Sa^r*  aii^aBsmkacooucit ana d^piidlt a������a������s4  sums with regmsarit^.- Imerc^ will  be added every^tx-mo-nthi^^ A^  ing Savings Account will cusureycdU  tl^: future. Open a Savings Jujc^want  afS* W* 1&SJUIH1  CaRESTON BRANCH,  ���������ittMtealii  u**a  4WBattiSisr������  WfH*  .i'.li;..-.l-.nii.ii-..i  wmU������  iriWM  MimaarMM  at  ti>:,-  Gas  - w# /  ^���������M ij^BW JMtl m*%*\*%m%**\ M'  -a^OCay.'gllla  ^Lm. ^mf.t^_. . *]_______!  40c������ gal.  yi ������., A  -gala  ���������*Wf5.  .������r@6 4788 befog sisrCaee xla^&to of "asreefe-  m^*^*������ %*j&-   a_taa ������^������f������������. = ..  .Lot 47S9 being surtoce sights of **Jftdc  Pot Fir." MIC.  SIJ-S acres   Mwt *iBa������^ a***"* ������n������-ro������Jw������L g<������������*fctg ������y>fe*4*9<SWss  Hi?**?1*  stazno** M(C   SS7J31*&cieB  Jtot -4W91 beteg -surface rlghfe o������ MRed  fiolntr MIC.   38.15 acres  ^a-xSdc Dr. J. O. Jl~ ;   Ritfeet Ccosrfldated Eitd.   .������arft Lst ^������S as ^feo-ena ^s������te?gd Is. 206*  kM^CaSoP '        ������������������*<���������<��������� llMUt������������M������WNt>������.Mi.'MflMMm.W������ir������Mi|H  ****  .Slock I. M&r> 7e0��������� Lot G-iS&.   3L&I3 acres  ^Blocka 1 to 12,   Map   1086.   fco*   TOT^  Newtos, SScs. A. B.  12&J8& acres  ^.BSffl^S B -af I*ot 8S29L.   &S5jD& acres  ������������������������������������ feML W3S������! rfansa. sia&  Adto> A. M, ..  5-eeney, Jbha. -  S^eessesr. Beroasd  Cecifea^ne, 9. T.  .Lot 9521,   1*30.45 acres  Xiot 9761,   60j0 acres -.  ���������CMkM*  Imsaglii������ a heater that you e&n sit beside sod en-  frttafc' - *at#**r/n������*a������a-w^A^fc     *#��������� !-������������������������������#*     inAfl-iAaVAO    -fVarfc-v**    tfr,.,...,rt      l^rffcjrufr*^a*a   frl^nl*  ���������>ava������*>������y       >*������������������������������������Mbi*    awaUssvea-ar    ������j*w^iaaa>*������%^^������    -o-ft vm������     *������^ -aw      ������*'*.������4aiifrfa*'*.    a>sva<vv bm  circulates warm air ^1--over the house���������^a heater that   ������  _. Z������ot S7S?. 1S9^ acres    "Sp. ������A���������Mes> 3CSfi  .Past Sublots 80 and 30A aas showa col*  osed -pink, oa sleetch  pSan. 4S9&.  SOjS acres  i3^a  13,7$  12.75  13&SS  sjoci  JSS  1S.78  ������U3  a*  j������PB  SSJf?  -tajtf  *s$  JSS  SSJSa  asuLS  4j������  ^������  SS.1^  ISJS  &BS  .w  5a.7is  s������j&e  67J15  11419  S3.7S  33.7$  s.  83J0&  78.40  saco  14JS5  4jSS  13.75  .    13.75  ������M0  18,0������  ���������S.8D  SBilS  * ;' '"4JD6  24.00  3J0  3.10  S.S3  13.18  18,35  &������.**(?   *3uhtot 147.  5440^ aer^ ^  C^nyk, Jioh-a  ~-  OlynySc, J^aa   _Paxt���������ec 38. -xp. 9A and part Seca 1. a@d  3, Tp.28 beiasg adxfaoe rights of  "Mascot MIC.   Sot 1344.   34������ acwa  883  .Lots X to 11, BIk3c 3 exscept *^W run-  1������IW  12XK)  aiuaa  ���������JL������Z  1*55  AS.4HP  23.55  13.75  918JS9&  S7J80  .!JSt ?, Bloek 4  S%utt9ale' TUtth ~  Fruitvale latd. ._  Fruitvale IM. .^  FrutttiTafie UUL .-  Frulfcvale X4d*  g^ulalgaie Zttd,  ?TuStva������s Zttd. ���������������  fruitvale Zitd.  Fruitvale Had,  oJBIo^'. 104.   9.7 -acres  ��������� ������������������*���������   ���������**!  .Block 105.   lOi) acres ~-  ^Btodc 123.  14������g acres  ���������*������"  .Blo^ 127.  X0jO acres  .Block; 128.   MM* acres  Block 137.   XOjO acres w~.  ^.Bleelc 138.  1045 acres  .Block 139.  10JO -acres ~  tSssOk lwe=!' 7^g������' seggg  .Block 180.  10jD acres  ^.Block 190.  10.0 acres  mm  t&37  1S.75  ^BreBsW^P  19.70  5^5  .13.75  S&39  3SJ80  8^S  12.75  ^^,-ffgi  4T.46 ���������  1&28  13.75  73.49  9334  28j04  12.15  135.99  7^88  &JB6  13v75  UOJl  73JSB  Om\S8  '*mvm ���������:  12088^  S3.65  /ITJM'v.  12.76  SS.4������  >99^  .   8W<S9 . .  12.75  - 'a^jBS?  36^7   -  ai4  13.75  47J9  S2.7-3  IdS  13.75  S5.6&  74������3  23jj00  12.15  ii0^7  TftOS  33j60  12.75  ties?  ftfagflrift lassaber. -*r Pe2e Oo. _.  Msi-nklnr Xjomber c^ Pole Co.  *Docjaric, Joha. ���������.  Iwt 1238, TmxS*r3Bm������ 3TJS5  IPart Sublot > heins NE% of NW!4 and  NWtt Of ��������� MK-S4 Sec 13 a������d NH of  MW%, HE*J4 Of '.^fW^&i, Sw-jfc, u  MB% and 8% of NW!4 of NE% Bee  at.  SaOfl acres  .Sublot 17.  UOOjQ acres  eafelct.57." ������3/J siC3K������ .  .List -'Si Si������Bg������ 150S. ict $917.   25 asres  NB<a  Bte  Irtoisnon*. ^ S.  \  Blap 7*7���������I-eft S7  cei'3 o* iA>* Z,  IOjo acres ~������  tA41������M  Neilaon, Wm. ������ .^ ^^Block 53, B������ap 788A.  Titt acres  Barrett, V. M. . ^���������_^_���������.__���������._���������..^.Bloci: 82, Map. 78KB.   7j02 acres  Batxett, S������. J������������ -.^Lot -9, Blap 837^-3.12*3 acrsa   Bath, Albeit X . Blodc 307, Btop 789B.  io^ acres  17845  800.81  11^5  334NB  318.78  J32.'4,S  ��������� ."-aw  4M  13.W  13.78  ������8.^3  Z3.7S  13.75  94139  S043J14  igaW>S������g  S1J5  35^81  4.14  13.75  43JS8*  23.05  8^0  13.75  41.00  S2J33  2XtS  . 1U.75  ^,������8  Itepher, W. Iawaoxl  AlenuuSer, "W. H. ���������.  Block 808; Map 785B.  10JI acres ���������.._..  I������e4 4S9fc���������Bff*������ ;3KI4 ���������  .Lot 3, except,Parcel A, 6JJ acres of,Lot  5027, ifo-p''l-.tSW  ^Blocfe 8,13*6 -Acres.   BIoc^c 4, U87 ftexca.  Euinherg,. Beaa.  Pslmer, W. J.  Lot 8870. Map tm  Tp.'tA.M*������XM   }>  ���������.u....BubIot 3 except *thati part showzi on l&cp.  Plan 578M.  77^8 acres .. ^^   ���������-Bublot -3B.  70-5 acres  Let 2010, "atop 1X83  >*������mmm  %** m* ���������������������������*>  Bohman.. Joiin  Jtoss, John 8.  ^Xldford. Thos.  ainnle, lUchard  liRdMUt, O. J. %?. ~.  Dawson, Ada "M. ���������  l>aw������ott, Ada M.  Oenorasso, OuUelmo  Koken. Bain  Thompson. Robt.  *****************  **m+m*mmmmm*mmmm<m  ****������������������*���������<*+  immmmm**}**.***,  ���������Lot 15, monk 10   ,..i...Lnt_ 3������ Block, 11/  ......w..������..l..M.lj&t' iii, Btockj IS  "      1. Block 10  ,���������liOt 3,  ���������������MiW>ri*i<<������<'������i������������t*<WgW|__yimW������a������������������pi'i>������������H������^������w**������  ���������������*���������������������(**������������������������������'������  _)boi lo. Block' m  .������Lot 11 Block 10  M^ZaOt 11, Block 2d '^Z,  S^rulaWale Xahnltod ���������  lnniitvale Limited ~~  OarhXHri, O. W. IX ._���������...  ��������� M>,HW,HI������MlHH''WWH  Let 4l^'ltfs# '1318)  .Lot 12L Block 13   .Lots 13 to 14 Block 13 .  OF jwwI'   ���������S/Spsjlwf     Tp8F(air*������a  *T0)SO01fO'8Jr1 -*  ttUK^t-m*  ���������m*jw ���������*���������> <Aji   ^.'���������m.i'.^.^i^j1,    w-wwiW  mBlock 180.   0j0  &CTC3 ���������  *.������<���������>*������������������������������������ r������������#<^ ��������� ������ ������������ wiaO  Block 10L   5V0 acres  gpg^ ^Mij^    ggg^|   g||ft   ^4     gj^ <te^yjfi.   rf|jffte__; .^y^^ >. , Jti^.    '______g^u      ________!_.     ___|������gii^M.    ,iwffijs]g|.  P-RCIVI I������4&"r������! *-***!t3.gfli'���������"������"Bsi''aE  ',������.i?      - .. mjii aasrsa   jl. ' mjia if ���������uiffg* 11  *aic������HVI������������t OH a-*M������tf4li������������l- OPKtHAT������:itl to"W aAKiOU*i5L   '  .������������������.r,^u,,..,^^^,.^M  ������mmimmmi*taim*mmimitmiim  All fiuhlots 8 ouUUle TraU City, Lot  4800, leap 3C84 aseotpt   Parcel   A,  VViftMl     arJownHaa      ���������.* m* *****������ mom *m*m*m\m*m*\**mm* w^wK-mi  .���������^^ElJi^fcifc^flkil^:-.  0AA3  0.48  48J88  17^5  15J80  4W  BjOO  13JD0  OjOO  ii������  OjOO  3UB0  2148  31.40  IMOfll  W^llnl M.OM.I  ai^  U03  moo  2.70  3.72  un.  9L01  3.18  mlBi  M  35  WmWW  8JS0  SJL07  13.78  13.78  18.75  18,75  13.78  4UoV���������{9  13,75  13.75  12.78  12.78  12.7&  12.75  12.75  ���������������������������������������������Ml  13,75  13.78  13.75  itttae  31J3  73 ja  83.701  dSMa m*\S*������  s9eli3r#  18J4  18J8  BOM  27JB8  23J8  S7jS5  BBiEw  XGLC3  41J3  4L88  13.75 180J4  mwwJiMiiwiwiiMiiiiiium mnini  turn*.. ^-. ,^^1.^, fat ^"i���������. ^.j..  IDCiWn, JKmrm  s^ee ei9* 0, wsBtt^m. Rsea  .Lot 3������   12JSV aisBiM ���������������_  .Lot 4,   1US8 acres  mm*tk%.   m%% m%)  WMXWwi  *\\*wm*V*W  iSm'SS  xaratt  ^___y__________^______!^_9  stratus  Dated at Helattm, B.C.. this 32nd day ot AuflUflt, 1027.  Pawvlnclal Ooile*t<w. . V..--V**.-.--.
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Lonaon. Paper   Says   Dominion   Well
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The London Observer, commenting;
on Canada's candidacy for a seat oajrV
.the ..fLeagtie Councilmans? it * wottl&* bet
hard io pick anothercandidatejnorGi*
powerfully ^ai?a.Iifl^d?f6ac'tiiQipH��liegQV
_The___ gr<5a t:?war,. -fas ^warrant, >'��� fKOHgli"
of Canada's capacity i'or intea*aaatloiiatl^
service and she., lias played, othsj\
parts since then. ?'"
1 aa nuuibers and in flueii c^rsi.iil��efl1. td-
���g-ether,  continues  the  Observer,  Caii-y
acla 3*aaks high iu tlao list of candS-v
dates; .and abovo all, it would bo iii*
valuable  for   the   league  to  have   for
the iirst,,tlm^ai.dlreqt nopi"^s��.a,ti^.l^e*
from North -America upon ytlafecbuai^f - ;���.
cil. -��� '
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f,-41^ t%s^l^P^*ii^ '��� **|S��''fj^fV?^fiift? ss
J&S-ee-P ihe Scalp Healthy
are   most effective
They  do  -much  to I
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i^iSfeigtatioraj stimulate cirrculatiora and: promote.
'..... f.. J .luxuriant growth of hair,-,      .->,.������ ...
-TTrff-.t^.^fiaia?}* Saci-'-rrss',by Meii.   Address (Cartaplisn  Dcpct:'
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Tli*:"\Veclv coiaimeucLag fGctober 9 lias, by proclamation published? in the;
ffkloptiotivor^iiiore enTBctive saf^guuriic*, ai^aliisi il.ro, and- tw. vducate a.Hcd5t;oi)le,
Wti'on "you notice aiiy sign' ofcallouS;
that^s the^il^^ io*
i is haard or soft.    Let
v-aavnd especially  eliiidren,  ctgainsi  habit# of^avi^n^s,-"^,tI^��^
0.--matehea^ gasoline and  other wmbaistiblesf^ndiai'tla^msr*^^^ naatv'sK' ' "Cdrtf: J^xtfrac'ttaK ''It-:;cfoe&'- tla^
GJ:-yfiens<�� methods ii^,-il��e  anatte.ryol:  exta uguisialiig:;: canap iirfe^, :,ii^^ia^ii,s5iiilPlo ; woi-Ic���and roots ,put. tho, cQrti. , f    ^
maiters as ihrowlrig away the still lislued stubs of cigars and cigarettes.          1 ~~1~fP~VF '.'.-��� >V ''VVVyyijV    f|.
*J-? At tirsT. g-haaee' it  would  s^em to be quite unnecessary^olisHhe taatiopal.j Self-Su^ain|ngi; Air '5ery)ces'    ;;|
grovemment to oiaiciallr  set  asido one  weelj.oa.it  o^f ,e\^ry firty-two. for. ..the']     Probably-ti1ie"otily two self-sustain^.'
avowed purpose of teaching a presumably'iuioaise&tl:^ \in& 5dr transport routes operated dur*
^.tirriite Deople?to safeguard their tftra lives, hotues and property.from,desti'licHou. ! ins 19215 in thc Enipir^.^vere iri ���Caaa^
;ff y^aforaatnately. Canada's lire��ecord proves conclusively thaty?it is?0nlyftoo'.j flda-~tll9^b. ^v��� l'UanMb^-$CMl th%
**" Necessary "lo ke^rVup a persistent eai-npatjrn to awaketi -the people ?-fr'6ia.rlheIr | RPdyn, and from Sioux Lookout to th|
carelessness ami indifference in this very vital matter.    SJSS,. ,^^,��� ., ,   ...;s.       j neti   Late  mining   ilelds.     These   ar|
CanadaywhH-h   is   so   progressive   in   matny   ways,   and   has   taken   the |ou ari    absolutely    conunercial    ba^J
leadership in numerous worthwhile^ niovements,;: ana^J? can claim the?Jionor.of   and have  haci  uo -Govern-jiae^t? _suba%
,.-.. achievemenas-. occupies  a low., plae<?^  aiiioaigr'1 the taatioTi^'of "vth��- -wbt-ld. when
"Staiiscies   of   lire   losses   are   studied.     Few   countries,   i��,   iude"ofd>,'"*"any   one,
annually record the appalling fire losses which take place^ngvG,a_nada. ..v^lais ]��
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ErencE 0seiBicycles
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Direct Descendarit
TUoLniunbejt? otj,bl^ycles ^ln| tiges,fiin_^| V Jj'?" X^ Diesj,!Vnl"��n'g'lahd'}}}. ."
I?raac��2yinj;3^25 ,amp_un^dj��^o "^$21-   "v'"'/'"'"   iH  '"'""5-iW?- *':��� x>i* ',;(^'m
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w��i%CammevGeS x S^h;SPa> &z -y-^
=?;SiAbout -lialfy,-a million nMicyel��s;}-fliie;
now*-usedidn .Gfeaterf l^ar3s^^tla6;Vl?e-?
portmehtidf fthej Seine,hsCySinsiA^.6Qoi
i-egistered,��or two^p^ e^ery teight-irii,
habitants.     In   the   highly   industrial;
total of 856,000 bicycles are in use, or
���are 10 times    as
France as automobiles
;ai*tfyof ^tJierftemEoral-t^ies sfiff^tke^gwaat
rSdmeir^feAbbeysaQf^lastonb^i;^^   >;-.��:���._
sA^ythe??diasolutip*ft; ^<&f \ ^monasteries,
^tradition-; says;= *fch^ gie,an;to^s^hichv|ae
put^his?-ahaamb;;iccm^aine^^Mh'eift title
deeds f to ctae manox^vol Weils,; .^iiicii
departments- of-,;Nqr
made himself owner of a large slice
���lies. <&? tmA*
No   one   who
jbjjen in. Ilae family nearly 500 ye^crs
lih#*fcli"d^5ldest son has always baen
named John.  - M
Th��rf*^s^yrearr^^.^fe-if^^ eafly
as tlae relief provided bj- that marvel-    tlie extent of $11S
Asythfir ILeixfeWP* POr^yea^'it.^lias-
been relie^ing5-ith*% n^st?.fBayei*.^?cfesjes^
f you aire a sufferer d/> Bo^dpay-a
day   in   securing   tais^liffetncay&Stemi,
you.r druggist.
1SI       *
actually    billions  of dollars worth- of ..forest .wealth, some of;-vfhich is gone
"-koreverVand where-long periods of time "will be required-to make'-'-g-oocl the
loss in other districts. And these forests are one of Canada's greatest assets,
���one  of the principal factors today, and  for the future*Hh'b-ail'diriV-aiiir-the
Ilomanion's  greates
- -?c*entage=bf' the DoHifn
Baby's  Own Tablets Should Bj:
In Euery Home Where There!
Are Children '-��
The perfect medicine for little on<^
jt industrial enterprises yt and. providing .a very, large per- [is found in 33aby's Own. Tablets., Thisiy
.������ ailnion'sexriort trade.       ^' :, VV-y y IPaP^ax^aaI ; are a gentle    but   tli6rbughu"iaxati^
Th^ fire fiend^ talces a yearly, monthly, almost daily toll^Sta&ai We. as i^^t5|^;?^i^?^elMl^
and ind.igestion; break up colds ��^L
simple fevers aiid pronaiote, liealthE'^i
-refreshing sleep, flti.is. imppsgible* tox
well as leaving behind* it a trail of lifelong suffering .an,d>econfl3iiiti logs  in
blinded and crippled humanity. - V'""  -' -=���- v^,
? ?.:5-       Because of the high ratio of fire losses, the people y*>l (.Canada-have.ti> pay
y'V.'abnormally high :rates for fire" insurance.    The insurtarice, ^ompSnies""?are?not.
������VVftp blameiffor deinariding high "premiums     They must :^rot^ctnia>emselve^;and
�����?'��� A = i:thoir policy holders*yand jjiitVso loag as fires in Cata^d^jemainVsp
^    and costly? so  long'-'.will thte'T-cost of insurance, against fi^e-yremain^afhaayy
-"-��� drain iipoafa the business of- the Domimoii. ���   """'"';���*', :p^--   -^V? V"-i;':'V-
f   ?-        Tlaen,  too,  tjiea-e is^ the further heavy burden impos^d'^up^- ajl "ijirba-a
V . >:*p.ommaini.ties  in   the, maintenance   of   elaborate'"iind?' bsp8iisiye^.?&effi^liting
?  ,f'i.^ciuipraemht,   and?.-large   ��sxpenditures .to   augment  ^ater:,-��ypplie^ .fpr^fire*-
fightang  purposes  greatly  in  excess  of  the daily domestic ^requirements  of
_ta^...vii_va��s-$ P.~.r,.. 5;?.; ,v_, -
. .;In,v European  Courts
Vi:,,y^.,^- -sM^MrfeHfSr
^ r^fc^JsaiasBiRKsasJsaB
AmeHeart'WomRn  ^tdtrney^dorh^ To
":;,--'-''f*arls;',;vAthen3''dnd ii?oiiddaii?f?H-Vy5f
"IAhif-iSriiiericaii' wOmaLn��� attorstey. iSrillf'
tryj^jraseS};i% fParis? ,;;^^ens:y5tii_d;4l?��oiv-|i
don ^ while j ,,0*0,, g... ."^aeatiQ*a."^She is
M13s Grajce,.5|l?^.Brvp'^-n:fof .j^troit.VViio
plans to^sair^to'Eairbpe' soon' tb^carry-
out her legal plans. In Paris- l^Iiss-
���Browsi.- will rcearesej-it,���.., an    Armenian I
Bahy's Owai' Tablets .td??Iiairta::"ev���;iL thfe ! claiming $5��^i(!f^i^mfShe^aSo^sm4#
cities and towns.
:-..-y .���-j>:��5:
'.v���-. .sr.; .^    ,.^-r.c.
-*. r-r
All these forms of protection are necessary, -q,nd niUst be paid -for in our
lax bills.    But because of the freQuenipy of"-fires largeiy:Vthe^^
les-sness and neglect of the most ordiriai'y preca*utions on:vthe ^p?.rt;'0f many
... v.ueople?, thpse services hav.e, tp .be'maintained on a much ^nidre; ������extensive and
^f'V expensive'? scale ituuii wo'uld.oth.er'v.'is'e be necessary.^-'   V'.V'*'*,-���'''.' ���   VV..,, .u
i:.n . > j      Fire Prevention fWeek should, therefore, be observed "all-over the- country.
''���    ; Special a^tentloaa: slaoulcl be  paid to the subject  in 'all .schools,"'>\*%ile each
individual householder should devote a little time to a thorough examination
of lais preaailses aaid make a close check-tap of conditions iin and' arbufi'tl all
buildings. Rubbish should be. cleared away, unprotected stove -.pipes, electric
P. <":waa-es, ?gAsoline and oil supplies attended to; and,every member-of .the family
cjiutioned  to exercise tlae greatest care in laaaidllaig    of    matches    aaid    all
new-boi-ii babe >as they aiai*e absblutep
guaranteed free froii :^piatesVpr ^^r
other injuriou* dru-rirV ���'s y}SVV^V     foi*
Concerning the Tablets,V^"irg'. jAlfesT""
J. Perry, ~" Atlantic, P N.S., "write,^:
alwaj's keep  Baby's' Own .Tabfe'ts  in -
the house for the ehildreaiV'&��. I have
found,  them jx   perfect   medieitfe   for
little ones," }}}: ^/ yV'--;;
' Baby's* O-wn Tablets' We !sdid by
medicine dealers or by mail at ;25
cents a box froan The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.   . . *
confiscated. She has been retained in
:iffiT-immi gfatibn^c^e^
e ��� m.vOiV^iU'-oSi'iLo -Wilt   Ci<uiitrwSji: ��vi.v�� - -
coaaabustible materials, lighted laanps, and in the making and exttngtiisliliig of j trip  abroacU
fires. .Finally,   all  property, should   be   ad^uately   Insurtkl, juoUyltlistanding
all precautions that may be taken. ...���'..������ .���'������Oy. ,  ���
Attention  to   those  important  mattors  now   iviay^-suLVW* much-, ic��s   aincl
suffering iai the future.
Coai Not Merely a Fae!    i
German-, ..S9i.en(*��t'ei.t��v.,v.,^!_.s.ep.Yftr,;.i^,Ma
^^..Valuabije p^J^r^duct^ :y '
European scientistSi?app��eciate t,hat
"coal is not merely a fuel but contains raw products to make things
out of," .declared Dr. Thomas S. Baker, president of Csirnegie Instltuto ot
Technology,  upon his return from  a
Brown has received "in^oductory letters to -|h^;for^gtt;,cc_;Uj#s*jfrewn-^ec-^
retary orstate^^fa^k'li* Reiiogg? **-"T ;"
���# !&f~i h.
'��?   Sf'��A$
���'^i6ftf^HQtent^aCpfe #.3ot^oji valuable-?
ti^ae' .^a>!��i;H^^ fy'Ojp.ss M
" ^sWoWa^Oieltgh^tttf^re^'j
S>g|��c��ou8 after smoking���
R^^etens^tlee  breath,
^r#o|hes-i|:^%K.-oat and
jaaakes   the   next   smoke
Giant Dirigible Damaged
Expansion   Of   Gas  Tbrough   Weather
Conditions  Caused Peculiar'
A iiccullar aecldent| to tho giant
(l-irlprible TjO.s Angeles occura'cd while
tlao   liuge airship  wan- aaioorod al :lier
|:-S-B|^t^5 i'3!k"W
&SO. ___B   B ' __9 ___Ef     yq.
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t iff^fei <B^ ^fiTSk S2J
ii. r
>     i"i     tlWl      l.-ll'   I      (U
.i   nvolmul    ��>.V    l-Un
S\irK-i��N*il   i.|nri'.itons
Pill'*   ��*iin    oil .-ia    1
��!;....'oi*   As.unmI   Hiif'po.'-taoj-luM.
A'niu* l""'i .'ifi-iMi-iHM'.i of I'ldli' a-ontcillial
<-M'.-<'i l\���<���!>.\M'- i.-i th.. fuel, lb-it .Vmi.so'
Kn|(|,u:,ii.oii.'M autvi- ii iwniily-llvo y��'tii'ii'
I'.-c.jr.l iii ;��� im'. .-.H.- In f... ta-f;;xtliai;llt: Of
1111,s '.Manful (-ornliiit.il. '"" *
.\"��.( l.li.;; it.jHriiMi: in 1i>tli| I-f.--i|,i��ali>ir
;., ���: ��� ,Mi'i��,t f"r'inuV<. S-if" for
p�� m'i>|.: ���>l' iv.'j-y ii,;-..-. Suld only lu rtjtl
:-'r:."M.v:ii  i.iik.-��',   '
,\;'l( ymir ��li iii'irinl ur urlli' iim fi>r n.
iloy.'-n, |i.i t|.iii.i, |'.��r SI.."..I. i'.')nndlii.tr.
.����� l-'-Mtl" ,Siiui'��'y Ctxiiipiiuy. Unity'
l".!s!3rU.'"i:.   .VI'��rit|-i;u1.
anast  Iaa  Ijakolluti-'tv H.J.    Tlao  temp
erataavo rose    sudllenly,    causing    tho i nIta-op;en
hcltuhi  gns  iaifh.tir- containers to eV
������phnd.:|, rapLdlj-.   and*."ilae  \Vlnil. shii'tetl
.180, dogreea. in -a '����oyr; ^.ccpnds.    Th��
result   was   that   the   Bhlj)   throw   hor
Htot'u  high into tifel'n:IV','-,'Alrftiiosi'tHt an
angle of  tainety  doKi-POS, and wlah'hvl
arountli with tho "stultlen change in tlaHJ
wind.   Tho temperature went back to
'normnl rapidly,,ko tliixtjtliu   pa��    a��-~
suiui'd Its normril' VoWi'fio and'th'e taal
of tho ship dropped ;fk>\yili. .Meanwhile,
however,  looao Kt>a>"- *��' tlae: wlalp way
thrown aboaai ..cauiadnyc' noano alannmso.
Coal's potentlalltleS; ure.f ���particular
ly aipprechited in a^erniauyV.vaccoi-diE^^
to ��� Dr. ��� Baker, where, "thero'ftas been
a most striking dev6loi>riient in a.ytf*-
thetic fertilizers in connection wl.t.h
coal���tiae   outgrowth    of
proceBK * developed,
tho way. it is iwm&ttot* of vea*!y. gr|at
econoanlc force, .to. .tho. country and
farm productivity has been materiaj|ly
increased. ; {*_ ,
"A Rrotit doal of the onormouH &%o-
cobh that tlae ("h-rnian Chomloal, Trirat
Is having co ut res' arburid ttto chi?ai|}n~
try or coal," Dr. Ila>kor sa)d,, -      V$
"While bonminy' has lost its mtJn-
oply of dyes, il. Is developing ot|i*o-r
processes thai arc., ol BJ'Cfit? ..i^l^'t"
au.co to naodeiia hid^jitry/TlijiB trjiiiot
Js Bald    to. bo   piil'duclnjjV' pyntltotu:
���SitXi'-K^-^ZS  P.'**
������������>-' aai
tlae     il^iecl
I'-ifl.JS.'.l'Jfc 'fJ.-��
JSver sincfe tHe^Mcei^tid^*6P^Mip, .t��atr
power.  Pure DC current- without hum ���   *
and varying conditions are most
Japan Needs Post. Offices
gaHoline on a coma*rttol*fclal'������bllBi"3.',
It Will  Prevent *1Ulcerat��ej -Tlirclat,
���At  the    il rat' i Bkaiiptoina".' 'o\    Hovo
! throat, wlilch' pi*eKaKdr'tildo'i*litloniilH(J
Government ls<Gpni-jlderirig Plana -Tor i innivnaniatioaa,  lake a spoonful of 0>.
'-'���-���"    -*      " 'Thomas*   ttoleetvle   Oil.     Add   a   Hjptln
a-.iiKaar lo It, to mako,lt i)a|atablec It
will allay tlio irrltHt(6ixl!��iicl,:.prt**4��at
the uloorn-tldn atid aVrilllhiJf Hlaait. .jjuro
ho palnCul, Tliono who wore portod-
ii-nlly tiiaU/'Jccl lc�� <juli��j;f*y have *t5Ut:i
iiamle tlHMiiHolvoH  Immune to attack.   \(
EncrcaBC  Im Number
Moro p(a��t r.lHc'c.-s?Jai*o .-yruHHled    fin
.lu'pim.   Vov each Cl.^rto iio'V��6nn In the
coimiry  t lieiv. ,lri, ou.ly, ,oaie ,.po��t, oillcc.
i'htnland   and   (S^raaiany   havti   ono   ato
2,<HM)   por non H>    Thr��   Ci'Mninunlcailoiift
J.)cpU?a,l,uaeaat  la   noivft'lih-i'laaa;   pinaasa   for
itliy Incrosifib' In' Ihrymaii'ibf'i; of ofllcfm
! ami iua"aiip'roi-ii"l:at|o'-|i.),H to'bo includutl
I in next  yi'urV IhuLgi'l  l'or iho op'-ialng
I ol' J'.riMP  morn  po*ft.;-oincof( oy^" u pnp-
j tod  cKti'mllnac  leu ynaa-.-i.   Ai, tlao ond
i of   (,<�����   yntirn   ������t����-lt   villiu'it' i hrouflao'iai
! Japan will have a potil? olUce all to tt-
y^far^iWitai baftwrie^ps��
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battery  for  every  radio  need.
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iti|4*'iW1,'',*��'*''l1'' IffiVIEW.   ORESTON,   B.   0.  ^'A.  /&���������->  ������^������-n������ in a** j���������a v  * m  CARRY  aNOTiie  AV,  ��������� * n������-*  *  'grir-i fi Ft.  Dublin.    ���������   President    -Cosgrave's  Free   State  government,   despite   the'  -disappoiaiting .outcome'ioi  the? parlia-  mentary elections, intends,   to    carry-  ' oh with the expectation of at leasf a  year of life. In making- this announcement, Hon, Ernest. Biyihe, .vice-president of the council, stated* that a new  tloan will be-floated in December.  The ministers, all of whom were  ���������re-elected, are confident, it may' be  taken from this, that when the new  "Dail convenes October II, it will* ap.-  ���������pro've, the continuant of Mr. Cos-  'grave-as president of the council and  that he will accept tho mandate".  There ls> no clG*abt, observers ?ay;  ,tliat such an outcome - would meet  ���������with the wishes of the business community throughout the Free State,  regardless-of political' affiliations. '  It is realized, however, * that the act  ministration will have" to go warily  and that its success will depend upon  .how far it is able to carry with it  one or .more of the smaller groups in  the Dail. Although the farmers, with  six deputies, and. the independents  with twelve, are commonly ranked as"  government supporters in the Dail,  their attitude is" not one of solid adhesion.  In fact,. P. T. Baxter, leader of the  Farmers' Party, who lost his seat in  the election, is quoted, as saying 'at  -Cavan recently tjaat as President Cos-  grave liad not secured a definite mandate from tho country the alternative  was to make way for the Fanna Fail  and. give Eamon de "Valera a chance  ��������� to pa*ove his policy practicable.  There is  a    suggeslio'n    that    Mr.  Cosgrave  may  offer    a     government  Freight RatesXase  Reasons   For   Freight  Cut   Are   Given  By Board  Ottawa.���������Reasons for jaJLdgment in^  the general freight rates case were"  aiiado public by the Board.of Railway  Caananissioners.- The judgniont_ itself  ^was hoftded down on August 25' following an extensive investigation of  railway freight rates throughout the  Dominion' Tjhe 'judgment provided  more or less' extensive reductions In  rates on grain and -other commodities for export.  The reasons Issued recently cover  200 pages and' review in 'detail the  hearings In the different parts of  Canada, together with the conclusions  arrived at by each of the commissioners. In' the main, Chief Commis-^pn-  er H. A. McKeown, Assistant Qhief  Commissioner McLean, and Comimis-  sjpnei*s Vien, Boyce and Lawrence are  in agreement on the main points covered ii; the August judgment, namely:  Transcontinental rate scale; terminal  tariffs; different standard .mileages,  "East and West; and domestic grain  rates to British Columbia.  Commissioner Oliver submits a  number of conclusions differing somewhat from those of other members  on the board. A schedule dealing with  80 various Individual applications Is  being prepared and will be issued by  the   board within the next week.   **  Will Attend Convention  Protest Tariff Ghanffe  Impressed With Canada  Grandson  Of Famous "Iron  Chancellor" Paying Visit To  Dominion  Ottawa.���������Count - Gottfried Von  Bismarck,  a tall,    blonde,    good-looking  young .German,    whose    grandfather,  Prince Otto Eduard^L.eo*pol(i"Vbn Bismarck,  was  the  famous  "Iron Chancellor," arrived in Ottawa from  Chicago to spend the next few days Sn  the capital.  Count' Bismarck is interested part^cuslarly in agriculture and  portfolio" to a-member of the Farmers*.{.he visited" the Dominion Experimental  Party and that in^lats case the party  would vote solidly for |iim.,  Lea  ���������cag  ay mjjrci ui \mct?wa  "Acton"'Burrows, Toronto, Ontario,  will be" an interesting delegate at the  Dominion Conservative party .convention in Winnipeg. He was one of  the secretaries at the Conservative  convention in 1878���������noarrly half a  century ago���������when Sir John A. Mac-  donal������?.'s famous national policy was  launched and lie has the original ot  the resolution that was passed ont that  historic convention.  Manufacturers Of Cutters and Buggies  Object  To   Reduction   In  Duty  Ottawa.���������Manufacturers of ,buggies  and cutters protested to the tariff  board* a.gainsa; the application of the  Consumers' League for a reduction of  the duty on these articles. The  manufacturers asked that,the present  cLutybe retained and that, the sales  tax be removed. This would save  the purchasers $4 to $6 on- buggies  and $1.50 to $3 on cutters. Approximately 3,200 buggies were sold in  Cauacki every year, it was stated.  It. J. BeacEinan, of the Consumers'  League, argued that the existing  tariff- was more than enough to pa*o-  tect the industry. A- buggy that cost  $96 in the United States cost $10S in  panada. The Canadian industry, Ike  said, had a pretty full measure of protection.  *J\������ ? SLmUAlJ    mJfmjUsU  STRONG PROTEST  FROM FRANCE  To Aid In Defence  School Tragedy.  Canada   Planning   To   invite   Council  t \i    itiCsl    rtcfc  ' Genevii.���������Canada,- -recently: eleeted  to.a non-permanent seat on the council of the- League  of. Nations,' Is reported to   be  planning  to invite  the  council to^sit at Ottawa. In fact there  Is a projected scheme Vo ��������� .havo :'thes  the  whole   -League  ' assembly    meet  there in order to givo American newspapermen^ and League sympathiizersja^  ready occasion to study its 'workings:  at first hand. This project is still in  abeyance.   It seems certain that one  ef-^the 'cou?Rcil-'s' meetings in the -near  future will beheld in Berlin.  V ..The Maharajah of Kapurthala, one  of the  chief reigning  princes of India,  would, like  to  see- a. sfesskm  of  j the "League  council held"   in      Delhi,  ':fi-odla's capital, at sonae not too dis-  ������������������tant date. **������  f   Speaking to  a    correspondent    today, he' asserted, tlie governing class-  ?:ftea in India are doing "4atJ "possible to  interest their people in the aim,s and  ���������"aspirations of the Leag-aie.  Wheat Pool and Prices  v: '���������;.,: 1st il... '~^-    '���������;.: p  Pool   Will   Not   Be   Used   To   Boost  '' Prices To :tho  Consumer  V  Ottawa.���������There was no    cause    for  alarm   or reason  to  expect that the  'fanners  would  use  the wheat  pgols  "v.'to boost the, price of wheat, Hon. W.  It. Mother well; federal Mlbister of  Afjrlculturo*. told tj_ic convention of  tho Broad and Cake Bakers' Assocla-,  tloii in {session hero. Hon. Mr. Motlior-  well spoke on "Co-operatldtv" arid said  tho wheat pool was by far the beat  mtmaur������ 'which haul ever beeai taken  by tho farmers for their own prosperity and-consequently for thait of tlao  on tiro oouaita-y.  It would, bo virtually Impossible, ho  said, for Canadian farmers to' hold  whoat for any loaagUa of tlnao'with a  ��������� view lo raising the price. Outside  competition was too groat from tho  point of view of" exporters, he eaid.'  farjnyhere.,  The young count haa    seen    something of the  Canadian west, as from  t  Winnipeg he visited the Manltciba  wheat fields. He said ho had been  greatly interested -n the operations of  the- Canadian wheat pools and the  Winnipeg Grain Exchange. 3Ie watv  impressed - a!so.: witliltlie extent /to"  -which machinery is uceS'on the western farsns���������-far more, lie said, than in  Germany, where farms were smaller  and labor less expensive. -  New Zealand  To  Help  Pay   Expenses  Of Singapore Naval  Base  Wellington, N.Z.���������Premier "Coates  introduced in-"the House of Representatives the government's naval defence proposals, of which the chief  feature is a contribution by New  Zealand to' the Singapore naval base.  The premier 3aid that the proposals  -would  bring  New  Zealand1*** expenditure on 'iaaval defence up to ten shillings (about $2.60) per capita.  No affront to Japan wais contemplated in any way by the construction  of the Singapore base, he said, adding  that Japan's action in the great war  had been unforgettable, especially the  visit of Japanese warships to New  Zealand waters "to assist in the convoying of troops.  Considering the long trade routes  to be defended* by Great Britain, Premier Coates said. New Zealand was  going to shoulder a-i-Sjr share of the  imperial budget. ���������*���������'...  The proposals were adopted by the  house 51 to 10.  Grey     Nuns     Sister     and      Nineteen  Children Perish In Flames  Big River.���������Death and desolation  today stalk in the frontier outpost of  civilization at Beauval, a hamlet 130  miles north of here.  There the bodies of 19 children  ranging In. ages from six to twelve  and that of a woman lie waiting for a  coroner's investigation. All were victims of a midnight blaze that swept  the Roman Catholic mission*  From  the   meagre   details   the   fire  swept the three-story frame  building  with  such  rapidity  that  in  three or-  four minutes the entire-structure, tin  der like, through lack of rain for some ������^  time,  was  enveloped.  The victims are 19 pupils of the  school and Sister Lea in charge of the  dormitory where the fire was first  discovered. In addition, a priest was  so badly burned in the rescue- work  that he is not expected to live.  Forty-six children were saved, from  the inferno.- ^  The fire is believed to have started  in the cestre of the building, close' to  the furnace, and spread towards the  boys' dormitory.  Si!k Train Wrecked  Valuable ,...._ Cargo v, .Tjjknbles ?. Down  Embankment When Train '  Leaves Ralls "*"  ���������;"?���������: Vancouver".���������--Rawf silk-���������- valuted. at  $2,5O0?;*G00 was lying in ,theV^raser  River and on the. bank of theVstream,  near'yYale, east of: Jtere, as tlaesresult  of the wreck of a Canadian ipaciile  Railway special silk,-train travelling  east. The train/consisting of 18 cars  destroyed telegraphic y cohununication  along the Canadian Pacific 'Railway  track, when-''ten- cars lurched * down  the bank. ',? -  f    "P '  .Five cars tumbled, info the^turbu-  lent waters of tho'FriaHer River,., while  the five others were arrested in; their  fall by rocks and "trees.  - Receive Higher Wages  .Berlin.���������Instead of taxing bachelors,  Germany is considering paying bachelor eniplbyees of tlie? * goyernnient,  more than the marriedfinen. At a conference in the foreign Office regarding  a nation-wide increase in -wages, the  minority report asked higher Vwages  for bachelors because living, is n^oro  expensive Cor them, as they have? no  wives to cook for tliem and spend  much more on amusements:      y  rp       ������������������    a.   0*8 ���������_   V*  io o&i graves rree  Paris.���������The storm* which has been  hovering over the head of Christian  Rafcovsky, Soviet = ambassador to  France,', had* burst at last, Le Matin  announces that France has officially  informed the Moscow governmenc  _ that Rakovsky's recall is an indispensable condition for a non-aggression  pact with the Soviets.  Furtheraraore, the French ambassador. M. Herbette, was instructed to  say the Soviets must /give practical  proof of their intention to- live up.  both in spirit and.,in letter, to their  solemn undertaking, entered* into in^  1924, to abstain from all laxterferenee "  with France's internal affairs, by ordering their agents and those of a ho  third or communist international, to  cease activties in France.  In addition, France requires that  the Soviets take active steris to !>r5n������*  to a conclusion the long drawn negotiations for settlement of Russia's  debts to France.  Only when theso conditions have  been scrupulously fulfilled., Mr:- Herbette was instructed to say, will  France consent to open negotiations  for the treaty of non-aggression recently proposed by the Soviet government, f  Tho laicst Franco-Russian crisis,  \ \ thus brought to a head, began when  Ambassador Rakovsky signed, as a  member of a Russian communist "  party committee, a manifesto urging  the soldiers of all nations to mutiny  and. overthrow the Bourgeois governments.  This raised a storm of protest in"  France and repeated representations  were made to Moscow. Foreign Minister Tchitcherin, of the Soviet Gov-'  ernment, at first disapproved, and  then formally disavowed. M. Rakovsky's action, but took no steps to recall him.  Instead,  Tchitcherin offered  to  en-^  ter into  a treaty .of    non-aggression  and non-interference in    internal    af-  fairs.  New Ruling Gives Liberty To Slaves  In Sierra Leone  London.���������A new "ordinance will be  introduced in the legislative council  of Sierra Leone, British" protectorate  on the west coast of Africa, which  will havo the effect of entirely freeing  all the Slaves in the protectorate after January 1, 1928, The new ordinance:? is the result of , conversations  between, 'ihe firitisli Government and  the*V:Sierra  Leone   Government;;  Approximately 220^000 slaves will  be*able to lea.ve their masters should  ihey desire- to .do so as soon as the  oi'dinance becomes a law, .it was  stated? in ofllcial circles.   .  Plana To Carry Sixty Passengers  l*:ir!:'..-;:-'CIinrl<\''.' A. L'rvlne Ir? planning to rot urn lo thn ITaaltxW Stat oh  on October 11 with tlaa'tio French en-  glnorirs, witla tho Intent Ion of bulldlnR  aa hufto atlrplnno cntmblo of caa*rylnfi;  fil.rly paHHcn^isa-H ucrot-H tlao Atlantic  In. regular /llijlalaa, ono,of his clo.sont  ndvlBora ut.tited luu-u. No furi.hor ilu-  trilld of Hals project coaalda bo obtained.  Wm'im'mmsmm  W.    N.    XJ.    1700  Suspend Code Sub-Section  Reglna>���������That Bubsection of the  criminal code which forbids an alien  to bo in possession of a shot guii, rifle  or ammunition is to bo suspended in  so far as it relates to the Northwest  'territories the Gazette'hotiilesV The  suspension Is brought-About^by i*opro-  eentatlons of tho R.CUVT.P. that to  prohibit such weapons would be to  depaive trappers of their, means; of  livelihood. Thero wero other considerations too.  Study Einotelrirs Thoory  Gonevtv���������Two Bolglnrt sclontlstH,  ProTosRor Placard. an<l������ Dr. Stahol,  havo Installed a physics laboratory on  tho Bunumit of Rlghi-Kulm', 5,1)05 feet  aibovo Lucorno. Thoir object, efape-  clally, is to make a study of Einstein's  theory of relativity. American 'nnd  English scientists avo Invltod, it wtw  said., to" visit tho now laboratory.  iiiree-Motbr Plane  Ready For Plight  Will Leave North Sea island On  Trans-Atlantic   Trip  Berlin.���������'Despite vigorous denials  byVdlrectors of the Junkers Aeroplane  Vyiorks, it, was learned from an unquestionable source that the G~24. a  three-motor plane, has .been made  ready at Mahno, Sweden, for a trans-  Atlantic flight; aaid may arrive at any  time at Norderney, the North Sea Is-  land^which was a German airphi.no  baste during the war.  The plane, it was learned, will bo  piloted, by Friedrich Loose, one of tho  Bremen's pilots on tho recent unsuc*-  cessful Junkers trans-Atlantic ven-  ,tur.e, and by Horr Starke, who Is regularly . employed at Lufthansa's t<jst-  statlqn at Kiel, but who has taken a  l^avo of# absence to make tho ta-aar.a-  Atlahttc crossing.  The flight Is planned to procoed in  stages by way of Lisbon and iho  Azores, and then probably to Bermuda, although It Is possible that  the route may shift to Newfoundland.  Dessau, Germany���������Junkers' officials  hero said that a typo of their G-2-L  machine was ready'for a trans-Atlantic, flight', to tho United States, but insisted that the Junkers Corporal ion  had nothing to do with tho project.  They stated that thoy had "merely  sold tho piano some tJmo ago to. a  aaoa-tla German undertaking.  Canada's Auto Production  U.S.  Ambassador To   Mexico  Washington.���������Dwight   W.   Morrow,  the Now York bankor,  haa bconflBQ-  lected   by  President   Coollilgo   to  be  ambassador to Mexico.'Tho W(im1)J������r;-  ton Government han obtained the  Mexican Government's canctioif of the  selection.  Tho p&at has  been vacant  Hiueu AiiibuMHadm' j>li<jjfVU.ilA H'omJuihmI  last July. '}.  Baldwin 3eesvWhaier in Action  Premier Baldwin's bird's- eye  view i the old whaler off the starboard side  of the phases of Canadian uetlvliy did I of the  Beoilnnd.    Dim-   flnhoa*m3iaa    Ih  ni'������t end na tho Canadian X'aclflc IS hi -  Ittann of Scotljind steunved out of the  harbor of North Sydney recently to-  waj'da tlao s ri-cmlpr'n hoanoshoi-oH.  Whon only a short way out a covonty-  flvo year old whaler neen above  cfoaped the* bown of the huge liner for  tlie purposo of ������l/AmoaistratlnB to the  Pl'tnilioi' j������kwt   Jiovi'    thuli"   i/i#w:ii'ttl^ii'i   UJ'O  citrrlod   oiit.    The plaotogniph  hIiowh  perched ou top of tho mast as the  lookout while the haapooner Is Heen  poised on the auall spur In 'front with  tho 'harpoon in hand.  Tho Kniprenn of Scotland., benrlnR  tho lioluinmnxi of tho British fltate  home to Rnicland from lain Canadian  tour,   wns   tho   largest   ocean   voiinel  *.*������'������'. J.'      U������     <*������it-i'     illil     llidOUJ      wi     i\Ui 111  , Sydney.  y\u6uQt Increaee Fifteen Per, Cent.  I       Over July Output  Ottawa.���������Production of automobiles  iai Canada, during August totaliod H2,-  52G car������f an Increase of 15 per cent,  over the output of 10,987 aaaaits In Jaaly,  whlrhlwar" i]\o lowort 'month thin  yonr, but J8 per cent, under the(1.r>,-  2G1 cars reported for August of a  yoai������ ago.  Production?iai August of this year  Included. 2,4815 open pass on ice r ears,  7,003 closed parmonKer ears. 2,V, 22  trucks? and TiG clianrJa. Of alio 71G  ehnflflifl, CGI were Intended for i>ii������->  BiHiyer eua-w, iii im* wuvkn, ia\ti t������,'. i ��������� v  cither puaanenKer or freiKht porvleo. .TOE  CBESTCfc   BEVIES  For. SAI.B���������Grade Jersey heifer, just  freshened, S60. A. H^Piggobt, Wynndel.  Anglican Gburoli Semes  SUMDAV, OCT. 2  CBBSTON���������8 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  LISTER���������11-a.ni.  CANYON���������8.80 p.ai.  Local and Personal  mr*J   t*  ivrrM'tl^M  state urice.'  Ben Crawford, who as taking; fourth  year high school wOik at Nelson, wsis  home for the weekend.  !ia*rebared     Jersey     cow, I _ t  K. Clements   Erickson. I    Seei> wkaest���������Fas! Wheat and Fivil  , Rye for seed, local grown.    Cranbrook  Pigs    Fob   Saisb���������Yorkshires,   for TracUnR Co.. Cranbrook.  October delivery.     El. Nouguier, Canyon. ��������� ' |    3$. Waluasley was a visitor at Nelson  ITok SAI^-Potatoes, Cabbage, Car-  a ���������uPle ^J*1*8  **  JJ1? .*"*  ������* the  rots, parsnips and Beets.    Fred Lewiis,   week^attendinR the fall -air.  I    Miss jMaraon Hendersrin of Spokane  Bears nre reported unusiaally active  js spending a'short  vacation  here, a  in the orchards at West Creston  this   guest of Dr. and Mrs. Henderson.  Rev. Bryce Wallace,.United Gbnrch  pastor nt Cranbrook, was a Ca-eston  visitor a couple of days at the first of  the week, a guest of Rev. J. Herdman.  Mrs. (Rev.) Herdman, who under*  went quite a serious operation at  CianbriiuU hospitii! at the end^of the  hi* Lm l?QS/"iVSOrv  BARRISTER   <������ SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBL.SC  '  \  Imperial Bank BIdg.      &RE&T&N  Light *mm������f~He*wjr  Shoes Slffatfo  io OmtrioM*.  New Stock of  S^-iJ   <��������������� ������+mrm y> ������-** f->  X Xcti ncoa  Second Hand Stars in  connection  Am iWirmfoetli  Shoe and Harness Repairin g  ssasoo. ���������  Mrs. Johnson of Moyie wasi a weekend visitor at Creston, a giaesb of Mrs.  Fransen.  Jim Cberrington left on Tuesday for  Fernie, where he has secured a temporary position  The Preabyteii&n Ladies' Aid an-  neunce their 1927 bazaar for Saturday,  November 26tb. V  Fcb SAX.H���������McOSary upright coal  heater, in good condition, $10. Kalph  Clarke, Wynndel.  ��������� Mrs. Geo. Turner of Nelson is a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of  Mrs. B. Kepsomer,  Vi Uage   clerk   W. O. Tay 1 or - was' a  Saturday visitor at Nelsv.s** looking  after civic business.  Fob Sauk���������Double bed with Rest-  more mattress, almost new; Extension lounge; two Congoleum raag������������  good as new; und other furniture.  Ma-s. Daly,. Manse, Creston. ���������  Haul  yosar.own   apples.  >cl *  ���������jl A  !A  ������-   B.  UGirt say n is impessibie  Chevrolet  truck for sale, in goa'd condition and a  thorough hargtkin. Call at Biickson  Garage.  VEggs have ttfken another advance an  _������������*__������<* and po*i'ilfci*'*r*men s*re b6ii*j5 paid  401 cents?a. dozen afor the strictly f r6ah  vart������ity.f:  Fbtfc SAI.K���������Well bred pig for breeding purposes, nine month's. $HS. S. pan  be seen at ranch. Mrs, K. Dalbonn,  Wyiandet. ._    ,���������",'?:^ V"V  E. D. Hamilton of Vancouver, western inspector off e>ii*iic-iies *or, t������������������ MiiBK  of Commerce, paid the Creston brim eh  an oulehil visit on Friday last-.  XJp'to. tho end of Sept' tnber there is  a considerable falling off "an thy aaaaaia-  be'- of ������**���������������������*������*���������������"��������� lia'^iiiRea issued hs coiaa-  pared with this date a year ago. y  Mr. and Ma-s. G*. M. Aa*gue of Cranbrook were Sunday visatoa*s with Mr.  and Mrs. CH. Hare, including a call  at Kuskanook in their itinerms-y.  Corporation of the Village of Creston  R5L fCflSI  liPE 1  e#v   e uei -nnin.-n  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE tliat <m THXJBSDAY, the SIXTH DAY of OCTOBER, 1927, at the  hour of Ten o'clock a.m.. at the Municipal Building at Creston, B. C, I shall offer for sale at puhSi.o. au���������ct������o.������  the land hereunder set out of the persons in the list herinafter set out. for the delinquent taxes mi paid by  said persons on the Sixth day of October 1927, arid for interest costs and expenses, including the cost of  advertising said sale, if the total amount'due for period ending October 6th, 1927. is not sooner paid. List  of properties is as follows:  r\    r* j:������������������������������������ o  j  A. Let it. be iiiaderstood.once for  all,   that   Chiropractors, do   not  eare, heal, or treat diseases.- but ���������  by   scientific   adjustments   they  correct taie cause   of Ihe ^disease  and   thereby  open   the  way for  Innate    Intelligenoe   to   restore  jgorrnal   conditions   to the body,  and    health    follows    naturally.  Chiropractors adjusts" the  cause  of the disease instead of  treating  tha effect.    There can be no effect  without    a   cause*       First    ihe  causer then   the  effect.    If you  wish the effect to cease, get  the  cause   adjusted.    Don*t say it is  impossible.     That's   what   they  told    Ediaon,   ?Marcoin,   Wilbur  W right, and others.    Ciiirbprac-  fcib is JSTafciire's  assistant; adjaiEat-  roents free the. nerve circulation,  thereby causing the refare to fee  thrown  but <5f the body through  ��������� the   natural   channels.       Chiropractic gives nature a  chance to -  mallbf-.yqn  welt."'   Adjustment is  nob ? trefttttien t;"     Tireatment   is  not adjustment.  MpCreSton   office   will   be   closed  from   We^aaesday   noora*   until  Thursday evening of each week. ?  week, is reported to be making a very  satasfrtctoryrrecovery. Mr. Herdman,  who accompanied 'her, returned ots  Monday.,  Half ji dozen of the local .Liberals  were at Nelson on Thursday evening  Jast for a conference of the Liberals of  Crebton tiding, at which it was again  decided to poaJpons nominating a can-  didate ������nt-il latHr in the vear.  HARU IHtAtRt  SATURDAY, 0G7.     y  a &������Nm?D HOFFMAN  PICTURIZATIOfW  wwCHAJlLalS -SMMETT KWCK  MARGU-EftlK OE IA M0TI6  &.HENRV %. WALTHALL  AommtmrTten w* 4ANM j. m������w  r tlAfCO nPOK THSMB. SUCCCSTtO  ������**   ������OftOTMV   e*R.t������UM      d.  HOPPMA**  O, AeMITTUN  RALMER   GHIRGRRAOrpl?  - M.Mt������vt>  .r.mi   ������m������^������b vj. -BMapuac   r.mvvci.  Taxes 1927.    Pialty  Archibald Burn Murdock. Plan 1161,  Blocks 1 to 14, Lot 524, ������������nrge, 15 SS5. S19.02        S2.83  1926  1925  1924  S21.85       S19.T1        $21.28  Interest.    Advtg.   Othr Coats.      Total  S5.03       $2.50     'S5.20?-    $97.46  Creston, B.O., Sept. 20. 1^7.  W. 6. TAYLOR, Collector.  M.  A\*U*L< '    S^/^ft ������AU>A fl A\^&"������      - ��������� WL a-i&dt&^k  ���������JHK  =iint==*inff=  3a^Si=  3t^E  =afnrf==Tffr*g  ���������wis  aui-1  J*  Transfer and Graying  Two Express Trucks^ at Your Service  COAL and WOOD  COAL IN STOCK ALWAYS  Beginning Friday, Sept. 30th, for one week, with each  purchase af tiny DAY BREAM Toilet Article  amounting to 50 eent&for over yon get FKEE a 50e  Tube^pf 33AY ������|REAM tOQTH PA.STE.  Introductory off^r.       Good for one voeehm  Vy.y..v        Come in atid get yours -y"  CRESTON DRUG &, BOOK STORE  I  Do Not Lose Interest  I  I  s<tXUk>*.  -by   delaying   to   deposit  youe  savings.  Once used always used,  and Kuskaiioolt.  I deliver between Cranbrook  Service at all hours.  ���������  nQ  B-lft Q ^___.      ^B. , E1Q E  Let ua quote you prices.  TF you catmot   visit us, personally,  send your deposit-s by mail.   Have  the satisfaction of knowing that your  money  is   safety   protected   and   in  earning interest regtdsrly*   " g^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COjMjMLEK.CE  Capital Paid Up $20*000*000 .  Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston BtancU * R, J. ForSies^ Mimeeeti1  Mauarfa  il  ____________________���������      jJ^"e^R^l   **^"r"^K^L W^M ^ffi^Q   ^^rffi*_j^**r^ BV   B*a      BSBt    wS*    Bfl  ff9 flBMivS   __________Q__________l _______��������� J^SS*    ffl"| ^m *ffi&    _____9 _____&   tSt  APPLES HAuLED at Snort Notice  Nothing too large or too amal  Furniture Katlled any distance  a*  Stans  \/atson  >%msmi>*wmww^^  -���������������.  n.  URNS & CO.,  tlmw* a "Tpi     1%'iV'l^irk^^i'KJI' A *BkTr1Plf  SS  ���������llij'K'ffi'  ������I"H������,'.������I'I'^1  LGssgrpny  atacaasg^r^iaE  =S0lS3lDe  airr^lF-FSIr-SllfVf^TT'r^ Ut^UlL���������  3tnc  |TBY OUH  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ocoraoinionl tllflh; ojisy lo Rorve.  Shamroch Brand HAMp BACON ana JLARD  GLRNDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  (slovcrnment graded, hlp-hest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  H\\\)HVlOtiClH. ".  Choicest BEEJh, PORKB MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  iiifu-ciiueM t'KK prodaicfciou ataitt paoiiaicoti better pnailtry.    Buy the beet.  wMmmm<tw^w*mmm>  S TiSftfl'^  B  ���������mm


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