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Mstilwd,  At^^i'-.-ivbo w-^-sf-b'mi-foif' itiis fftn������r*ii  t)lof Klmec ������nd John, ult'of Wyututi?!.  \.:.^J:.?-^i-%w*j������^^ P'>Psr',yp^-P>i  fe.t^ ''<:;��������� ?-::m, . 'V.*;-^rf-y^^[^^lS^������������S ���������.; ?��������� v^ r: P Pi  M-p:+Pii:,P^.;Ps^ aiffi'ltilteifitoiilliiliriiM ��������� ,.,?:,f  Iv;fe--:'?';& :t:^S*,l^������^^*^f^^^ ���������������������������r;*r5.-', ���������. ��������� ��������� . f, .  tUvCii^.'''":.T",'' ���������''-' ������������������.!;���������;������������������ y; '-''i.-ir'*������������������r���������v���������r:V'h'^^J^���������'^i������vtJ^>'y^ ��������� .'��������� ���������?'    - ;��������� '���������:���������'-���������  ���������:'. v-::  r' ty'':  . mpHtyC^tl-tt^  v ������<.',',���������  i  '   '-'v.\    "-"'  ������   .    v1,  "V.'"  "'l.l/Hf-f-'y  '%>-&&&������$  A ���������' ���������"'������������������.  ���������A-'M'P  .PP'PPa:  \;yPP--f^i  i ���������' .���������,������������������' *���������-���������,���������. ,'/*" ������������������  ; i   ,.*���������(.">. ���������  '.. *v?4  l!-w.;i'*'..   y-.'-H  ���������>!.���������.���������'  Our selection is the' biggest we  MenV,and   Children's  Peanut  <��������������������������� Ip'S  ���������'. ��������� j'ij  " '.-:��������� V  '��������� i'r:S'  ������������������          .  .   '1  ������������������''  !  ,.J mr~'~~T~T~'~W:=*tL*^ffrW'mmM~^m������MmmAAii *  ' ���������       ' ' ''" "'"^'^���������m*^^S0m>Htf*e^AmtWAASS  t msmm'mmu m m *.  i nt urct:^ 3 ura titvstw  issued everyirrttlay���������'���������&������ Cfesstoai-B.0.  Subscription: $2.30ayear in advance.  ^/������-MSm&Pvi6Ja^SASASyAApyA: ASA.  :0.m.  "X.y!,"ii,:{:$hSi-'.i!������RBS...'V-*������jff.������������������.'.���������;?������"���������*.. V :#.<  marketed on   the v prairies  unsaiis  from Creston, were up i>o standard,  sp-raea^rof e^&pt. ,y:������ f ^-Ty??^^^^^-  :D������si^3n";.&;^^  I?  to show Premier MacLean over the  Boidierlrarme  .V/'-  ypRBSa^^jp^^j^i^?^^^  fafef  .*������;���������  ^ftfaifii3ae:? fpeouniar^  " "' " y:*w-d^i^lieyt3;  coiiMiiofebaTye helped the ^  : S^A^y A^A-.^AA^AA^AAAAAA:A--:, a . ->y:y,y ;> Sgtffog^^  'i'-y.'.'.f f.^i'^iv,  tails ot lory .dissension is turmsned  ���������,���������������������������    ���������.,������.. c~- ������*������*  nA..������9    t������������������������'������  s^-w^v-xriA*~*.*a*-'-������-i.<Mi,- ~������.rvdri-i place-r-eyen- for one  year T   Uon t  friend; A a MacMilian,   who de-  *��������� ;������������������ If n������,������ cT^vZur  ���������������  Confederation Jubilee celebration a -:w"������%.  ���������j$it*������im^^  ~''"''|;|-|ij--o]e'n ^^^iMi^M  t^CMimyyO^po^^^      oy.;A'.-vy *^y^y^������V^ .-. *.AAX:-:-';'������������������?"'':'".'-v - ���������  ^Pi^^fPl^^ " -���������--���������?-'--J*^-1*-*"--    '������������������'��������� ���������- - ���������**������������������"���������-*' ���������  Valley and-close acquaintance *.vit-U'  ������*|i$&eie^^  |^li������^^  attentio^o^^  against  the machine methods re-  -tte&  t-he ���������Mrt'''^s^'"''''fc!:jftt*;ftVstl0h'v,; foils*-*?������;'  ?':>'���������: ;'*'_', i','.- :.;���������;' ������������������������������������'���������' ������-s.:i nim ������ i. .im  ���������-":.. ���������������������,��������� > ..ivi...,  ���������  ��������� i^-Pom- SAi^ir^s Bad irons, -'irqn-jbed-  ri������Liii*Ar:^-'J:;*^'*'**lV^^W������  '..���������W';������;i^ii,i*\������-������w/arV^  :otyJ������|^p^?^^r '-'-���������' ''  'ts^Ca^  Highway whioh Is now well tinder  should; ^p^l^^ PPyP'^- ^  -'������������������������'��������� -. ii>ei'ftr,Ma<r.'.���������������������������i������in...'*h������������������������������������������Ki'Ml/<>ivi'������' ��������� a*  <St^?lfeheSD^?^&l^yM^  ioe  v?as not esac  an easy one.  wer&not  :tOf?1^y:hl8Sy'tn^   Mf**^:*--*^^  '-'j  ���������'.1*y%-y*".--'-*:'':-;'-SB*^:';';'x . ^���������^..���������t'''������������������^--i.���������:^^:^?���������***:i���������^^t^':*.v^1^  6f hte  c-O^ui^a^JrOut  ������������������^������iij^'^iMs'~S  ,-y,saa.a**i������y-iHi������-jn.^^  ^������������������^\&:^^^  -- *. onlyygw^  S ��������� ���������'? ���������^t-o#^  - p ���������tte'kiij^^  -���������' -??': A't^^f-tv-fwbiSir^  ' N'ha8.y^e:'-:^ti*^Efe|^M^5^:^i^^  ������������������������������������ -liaiy^ii^r'onif-^-ff^^  "-*"' will :^rig;ma"^y  - : ���������'lart''-^:'aTO'aaiiy";**jm^  otherwise! ^diild nevefc haw ij^en'  spent anywhere in thei Valieyf ^; ;?  ��������� ���������������������������������������������'���������'fP&K4\$/~ttgmZA:'^  straction of fee y^oi'tli  aiid South  .;-���������-highway :--'wtoiiimi---'lkm^^  nottncement that the pubSio worfcs  department had classified the bard  surface road  throagh  town:'P'0a'i-a.  ���������;- :pnnia'-^?*highw^"y^a  ���������������������������������������������;���������' 'and*'''.*e*5rei:yv'' bthei^viy^-r-;wffi:ip^y^5,  per cent, of the 'ti^^^siW^P^w^s.'  '   anca-~and ii������ already to  Its    promjqft   by   taking  <Aa^ hi  this year*s quite f������xten8iye repair  ���������  work;;. -������������������>������������������. PP. -���������-'������������������:- '-'��������� -yy-'���������'=':'  Mr. Putnam has ������lso beest given  assurance that in 1829. when a  gCfod grade road to connect the  North and South with the east and  .west highway through town has to  be built it will also, be classifieti as,  primary- and the departmhnt will  be  prepared to talce oare^df'.'75;per  ���������''"'*���������' 'tssa&'ot. th*&''cisst"''bj';th:s .'hsW':r'x^Bd''  ,, construotion , through :,.the ^^llfij^j  Appreciated : commendation    qi  his highway effort ha3 already been  ~r  given by Major Maiiandaine. president of Creaton,^J^o^rd'^-tiflL-jrra^.  ' "t-:,' and' the   Bev^-W^^^g^^y that  '%' everyone should in the most practical fashion show' that th6y^i'o^jUev*Sr  in encouraging work of that sort  by    marking   their  X-.^ffcig,' th#?l5g?  "TiihjAlHt.1    r*m.w%AiAeLlrjCt*a: vtntntii    n������"   1t%i"iat< '���������������������������.. "S-A. -  Jt(jCVv> '  ^iSMS?;SP:P:AS 'f^-y':  ^3������.^y,y^?;-.<.ig;,y-  -AAW&A  ���������t ���������*".*���������]  f \AyS^S.PSS fi&s '-SvPPSa. SS^pyzP  -.Tftavir' <���������:���������*.������������������  ^y-yiJ-'-'iy  Sp$P vp&Pp: ������?wpiiivg&0A> ifc-SPiPP?'-. ':$$ $ $ ,?f y  '-y^^y ?y^o .a. A>.y f ^y ,-y^-^ SA'^P  ��������� 'Jiff ''  ���������?":i"',it;  Vl^AA-A  ���������AASAiiZAJiSSk A^SAA  ;������������.-.' . ..:*..  v-mmX - ��������� ���������ii mi r .*.������������������"������.m -mz & s\mr ��������� m- ��������� B-' ~? -m^  ,fe^0*y-| ?-&P%i. '-p  f*5'v'' ''''."'.?.���������. ",?''     ������������������'���������.."'���������   *..' - ���������  f'26;220ta.->������������-  '3t;900^>tEs:  1916  ������ES:9hejJresent valuation  oF65milesofttridgesi$^.64a.000  ir. '.4-fctf^j*"  iSi^y^jJ! y.y  :^fi:y';y  j;*v?;*J '>",?'.'*���������.>'���������  Xiberal candidate unamei ,ojqL.  f- loibh. DonTt iefc your, party feelings  get the better of you when it comes  to extending ttpt>rediatloh of tinl���������5ly;,  v- ooneiderations shown.     ���������    -aa-%ajs-~  ���������v^'  **��������� ;ii^.   ^fsl^mm  ti^s:;.w&;^^t^  T&^^ ' ruts ��������� ��������� ���������'the A^gcm roaLds  i'/ime |JttttombbU6.^1id    ���������"SA  '. ������������������' y  , 5 ������������������ ���������'  ���������iv:  '?'���������''���������������' .:  HOUffE BBSEW  In addition to financial men the  automobile t^onriufaoturers must be  r convinoed'Hbe   credit   of   British  Columbiana - is  good.     Thia   year  , about 80.000 motor oars are in use  ; and fnlly  two-thirds of, them are  sold on the instalment plan, '  wmpmmswmmm������mmp  When the Liberals claim the^  will elect four members in Viotoria  mid six in Vancouver thoy raa,lce.  no idle boast. In this election the  labor vote is undoubtedly for the  MooXiean administration and its  support in the two cities mentioned  ia pretty good assurance of the  predicted Liberal sweep.  Electors of tbe Creston  riding  can do t!*er!r!������**!!i7fta and! the provinces'  a splendid servioo by olecting  Frank Putnam. So far as wo oan  find out he is the only candidate  offering for election who is a. pro*  with his Idtdwlcagb of fruit produc-  tic&t'hio ojcporSenco with marketing  makes him still' more valuable as a  ;;y;f'.'j.:.;.T-.iiy;:;;;i  ff/','i.:  The scattered population oi Britiaii Columbia  -has made the construction of roada. 'betWe'en^y  i? ^ WW. centres a matter of vital importance^ 'yet ���������'���������btie������  m)***MM\}S.^m* tSrm\    m*\m\*\mn*%.^*\    XFJa     HAI.MI   .JyJM-ft-MwA ���������4.tf������****.*Vw*'  of almost: insurmountabledifficulties.  -Mountain'-aides have to be blasted away.'. i--^.  clefts and chasms tresselled ..;.,' . rivers bridged!  ������������������"2  '.. ���������  ������������������ ��������� .'..,c'  &  'J'. .  v/  With the opening of the Cariboo Highway  through Fraiier Canyon in 4926, the laet link'  of British Columbia's great arterial highway  ... a Silghway unexcelled tho world over as an -  engineerInfe feat ahd one of unmatched scenic  beauty. ��������� .wa? .fprfied;,:- ;���������'���������.      P',���������*.���������'?;���������������;.P'P. *t: ������������������.';'.  " .Eastern Biii^  brothers! Markets and railways W6re brOufthtp  closer to the farmer, the mlnerr the iridustrial-  I ,    *Vf* *8t������   Ncw   Ndf' fo*  a^riciulttir-al   aiid-  traded  development;were opened utt;.��������� ��������� ���������: '.T.^   ���������:>������������������.:���������:'v.-'��������� ���������;'? V.i  For the ton years jiist past, -'iitt^aiftresslvei^ *  highway  prfemme has; been carried out.,.  Thcuaaasiiala ot aiail^s ������* good i*oaai������ aiid-do^fciis-r' ���������  - of sturdy bridges have been built; V   ^    ���������   ^: i  .\'.-;f'..;/^..-^;#''  : macadam, bituminous, concrete and Anient* ,.  ���������������������������' c6ncir^te.:,.ra^;5,;:00Q mMejs::WhifcE y^^m^^do&dltods^  our roads System include: 884 miles of main  : trunk roads, 602 mUes of tlatera^ roads>?^  miles of industrial and mining roads, 1,133  miles of settlement and farm, roads, and 2,000  '���������;��������� rhiles of''ordinary���������andy-minl*^  ���������"''yDurinft^ the;^elr8^:it^SI^  >j number of bridges had been constructed in the    .  Province, nearly all of which virete^tetnportvry'piPi  timber structures. $lnce; 191!?, ?tho. problemM^:^  rttaintetjanco'.Vand y'rendwal'-'of t^fe^'strucm^js"':*'?������  has been a serious one, involvlnjl a large ex-  pcndlture, particularly between the years 1920 *",'.  and 1927. , ,   " ..-'���������'��������� :'- ��������������������������� ��������� ��������� - ���������'���������"'��������� '."+:'."'���������  the policy has bep������i to improve design of and     ���������;  workmanship on temporary bridfeea and  to  renew all th������ large bridges on main highways  over the principal rivers with concrete .and steel*      (  Today,  the valuation of our 63 miles of  bridges is nine million dollars.     '.;,.,..-?'���������;,;,,:,,y:  This construction activity lias distributed  .?M;f;  ���������:;S$:::���������y  . ':&^ ���������"'  ?9fe";'' *  .-���������>*; ���������  ?'V.'    ���������*���������  f :  J3.   ���������  Out'roads System n^wtot^ and salaries over our whole Province  an increase of oyer 5,000 miles durljig the last?J and has been a material aid In brinillng about  ten years. Of this mileage,  12,000 miles arc the   current   period   of   nrltloh   Columbia^  earth  roads;  4,000  gravel  roads;  and   l;000 prosperity*  .i    , , , '.[: ...".,'*-        y  ' t- .-.-'���������)...  -aj'���������',.:���������'  IZ?ad' JhfJ4 .tiHUo.Huetwfitts. mid understand your provide**  progress.. . .ftipthem out and send tSeM to friends. If you  s; desire extra eopies 'oJAthes^ Announcements a note.to thii  I newspaper tuilf firing them, rfdtmise your Province!  h a't i       . t      '      .. ��������� a P      ���������. : ���������  ' ���������      '  ���������>V  ���������X:  ��������� , 'il  VIOTOEIA, Jaiifl 27 ��������� Straw.  berri&n   from   thii   province   woro  f"  '���������*',    'A.J-  11 't:  ������������������*,.*4p^' .,,  AC JN, Kt8  1���������O^W.b.ajlilMIHHitMIW" * THE. CBESSOH. BETBEW  ><������  f     '  0&  Term-Estd Public  School Report  J*    *J������*   ������K|  Division 1���������F. McLellan, Principal.    "  Sonar Bulls: Proficiency���������Ciematine  Wtfd  <&  A-  *~ * ���������.  ���������SSS."  * U  ovnis  1/ *mS M        \*  ***&.������.���������  ie -Chink of their Chevrolet dealer as a    ittjsw���������CAR deals?  .... partly because of fhe large  ssnxnb*r of new Chevrblets ^whach they see en the streets.  *^5jg. ^sSaSs n^y car eales are the Chevrolet dealer^s.biKr^st  ^rtSntnt gray being ta business, they form only one side of  Sis sctfcffties,  He must not only sell cars but be aasst aSso  owcBmngi*? thCXS. . ���������   ���������  Isvezy good, swccessfts! C&s^sol-st dealer -most a&s-s *������****.s  goad, auecesstol Used Car dealer.    Prom Wa experience in selling Chevrolet cars, be knowa  -motor-car values . . He knows that it ss just as tm-.,  iraSflTifr for hiss, to s������U aUssdGaras a nsm car ������,. . lift  ������555 that Used Car bwspera have a right to as much |or  ������heir dollar and are entitled to as complete sataMactaea  as ae^ car "buyers . . He knows that satisfied Used Car  owners will eventually become prospects tor new cars . ���������  He knows the value of good-will.  In short, our business as Chevrolet dealers depends oa  our reputation as used car dealers. That is mhsr yon are  sure of a square deal and a sound dollar-*or-doMar valee,  m fa-a-7 a used car here. as-*?-7-*ac  Marshall. Deportmenfe^-Olive Greet.  Regularity and Punctuality���������Minnie  Downes,.Fred Alderson.;Frank Morrow, Herbert Couling, Mary Maione.  John Young, Leroy Johnson.  Passed to Grade 8, in order of meiit  ���������Dorothy MacDonald, Mary Maione,  Jack Young, Roland Miller, Evelyn  Linn, Marjorie X>ar*iionth, Dorothea  MacDonald, Sie!!������. Herdiu'an, Clifford  wGreer, ESIsa Willis, I*yd* Christie.  Minnie Downes, Lvroy Johnson, Minnie Eessem.  Passed to Grade 7, on.,trial���������Sally  Johnson. Jean" Henderson. Pearl  Spencer, Frances Le wis,SiaryB������orabito.  Divssion'2���������Miss Rendail, Teacher.  Honor Rolls:    Deportment���������Arthur  j N ichols.     Proficiency ��������� Herbert Dodd.  Regularity    and    Punctuality���������-Sarah  Quinn, Harry Johnson,'jfjUibert Dickson," Reetha Phillips. - Jiffies  Downed.  MacLean     Writing    Certificates ���������  Maurice    TJsvifiSm    Vev> ^.McGonegal,  Frances Moore, Molly Mti,ore; Margaret  Miller, Lillian   Pendry, fSarah -Quinn,  Edith Rentz, Jane Rossi EllsieSpiees,  Martha Torchia. Iri**^yl*^.y,'f ;  'Promoted to Grade 7, in fo^er of  merit���������Sarah Quinn, Iris?Taylpr, Herbert Dodd, Arthur NhjJaols, Frances  Le wsSi George Moore. Kathleen  tireer.  nay,   Rentz,   Hubert   Benihgeiy  Stanley Hendven. Tom Quinn.  Egon Hollm, Jean Spiers, Robert  Moore. Class B ��������� Russet Gabelhei,  Mary Watson, Marguerite Grant,  .Margaret Dent, Ardary Weir, TSlnVer  W������lk(������y. Irene Pridh.ini, Blsa Foers-  ,ter, Fred MacKay, Irene Arrowsutith,  Walter Hills, Jimmy O'Neil, Georgina.  P������ulscn. - -  Legion Activities  Creston Valley Post Canadian Legi*  on wish to thank all theii friends for  the loyal support accorded the 111 at the  Dominion Day dance. ������216 was taken  at the door, and after all expenses are  paid the treasurer was handed S107.  The Legion will devote ail rnoney'  donated and earned to charitable work  and welfare effort among - Legion  members. This work in this area  must not be overlooked as has besn  evirtrnced by the. strain on Legson re f  sources since inauguration.  The Legion has a membership of 55  now, and   asks all  returned   men   to  come along and join up.      A picnic for  all returned  men will' be  given some  time in August.  At the   Dominion  convention  held  last month it was  ������=evi=Hk!d that there  are 45,000 members in  the   Legion in  Canada. ������������������-   ..  Roy Andestad-77; Esther WftiHsasn 77;-  Leonard GeietiesuS; -. Ellen ^UrL-GS^*  Grade 3���������June Wigen 93; "Elmer Davis  81; Ida Glasier SO', Blanche Mois^on 75;  Clara WittiMan 6S; Alvin Hagen 65;  Leah Abbott 59; Kenneth Watson 52;  Campbell y4?ayette 48. -  f PronjiOtsssn list nf Division 2���������Grade  5���������June?Wigeni''.'Hilda'Hagen, Jimmie  Wood, -Roy Andestad, Esther Witt-  man. Estella Davis. Bertha Gelette,  EU*en���������-"'��������� Uri���������on trial. Grade 4���������Ida  Glasier, Clara f'Wittman,.; .Blanche  Moisson. Elmer X)a-visT Alv in Hagen���������-  .on-.trial.. : &rade>2A~���������Margaret Bathia,  Jinitnie Gelette, Raymond Dav|s*  Gtade 2B-Elsie Davis, yOlirte Uri,  Oswald Uri.    Grnde 1 A���������Lillian John-  yw '.ant?  Huscroft-.Ru t-h'Dav la.  vmuQivu, m ���������  CARD OF ^THANKS  Mrs. MinglseiES ssnd family take^this  nieans ?t������f ���������- expressi ng X heir sincere  appi-eciation of;; the sympathy and  many kindnesses shown thehi in their  recesBUbereayenaent.,  Wynndel School Report  Term end     reports     for    Wynndel  Elsie Speirs, Edith Lewis. Vel-j school as issued by the Principal, Miss  ,john   Severn, show the following as  honor  Payne, Allan Speers, Tony Misrabito.  Arthur Speers, Frances Moore, John  Johnston, Mabel Johnson, Philip Van  Slatte, James Do#nes, Jayf-Blissi  Promoted to Grade 7; on trial���������-Kate  Payne, Vera McGonega.;, Helen Hop  wood, Bert Hendy, Hesper Lewis.f-  Promoted (to Grade 6���������Kooeit pick-  son, George Collis, Reetha Phillips,  Hariy Johnson, Bert Mcrrow, Norma.  Marshall, Clifford York, Molly Moore,  Nellie Payne, Harold McLaren, -y  Promoted t^ Grade 6 on trial-^Bdith  Rentz, Lambert Spencer, Margaret  Miller, Phyllis McDonald, Daisy Trevelyan, Jane Ross, Lillian"Pendry.  Division 3���������Miss Wade^eacheJ^  roll winners in Division 1: Pro-  Seiency��������� Ellen Hagen. Deportment���������  Billy Wood. Punctuality and regularity���������Allan Wood In division 2  the honor rolls went to: Proficiency���������  June "Wigen. Deportment��������� Ida  Glasier. Punctuality and regularity���������  Alvsn Hagen and Inith Wood.  Prizes: General proficiency and  deportment during the year���������Ellen_  Hagen. Animal and bird book project, Grades 5 and 6���������Ellen Hagen and  Ruth Joy. Grades 7 and 8���������Lewis  Abbott. Bodolph Benedetti and Kon-  stein Wittman.  Averages made by pupi'.s in Division  1 in June final examinations: Grade  8���������Lewis Abbott 72;  Fred Wilson 62;  E@r  Show  Have some Ice Cream or  an  Ice  Greara  Soda   at  our parlor at the Creston  Drug & Book Store.  resiQRuairy  R. A. COW FORT  s^ar msr 1  1*..^ -^;  Creston  Cranbrook  tfmV m\fKm***r.H<  mmw&B������m  SS^LSE  I  We are now prepared to supply tight and Power  Service to residents and.business places, above the track.  We carry Electric Supplies and Fixtures, and are in a  position to do your wiring, etc., at a price that you can  afford. All work guaranteed. Estimates on jobs given  free.    See us,  or call  us on the phone, and we will be  pleased to call on you.  -   '         -. 1 -.1 "  Honor Rolls: Prottcieney-rr-Marion I Marguerite Joy 61; Alice Davis 61; II  1 Quinn. Depb'itmen^^e|tel MeGone-4 Rodolph Benedetti 52; Allan .Wood 50; U  l^gaU      R^ularit^fjigl^^^ Abbott 49.  , Grade 7-^-Letha 1  .Dav'isV^60;::::;'-Meivin.'-.--Hagen 58;:: Mary  Abbott50. Graded���������BUen Hagen 82;  tSjOph? Gittsier 74; Billy . WeM ' 71'i  Dorothy y Moon 70;.. Mabel Glasier 64;  Oswald Payette. 47, Grade 5���������^-Gt^orge  Hulme 74; Ruth Joy 70; Lawrence  Davis 65; Kenneth Packman 55; Maron  Moon 51); Ned Bathie 51; Herman  Qf her 45.  Promotion list of Division 1: Promoted to Grade 8���������Letha Davis; Mel  vin Hagen, on trial* Promoted to  Grade 7���������E.len Hagen, Ralph Glasier,  Billy Wood, Dorothy Moon, Mabel  Glasier Promoted to Grade 6���������  George Hulme, Ruth Joy. Lawrence  Davis, Maron, Moon, Kenneth Packman���������jbn trial.  . Averages made by pupils of Division  2 in June finnl examinations:   Grade!  4���������Hilda Hagen 01; Jimmie Wood 83;  f^re^i.ot^^p^^ti.iH.i  Charlie Taylor*  -^C^rlie Ta^  soafQuianiyy^y''? l''P^aPPP y^ff���������������������������,-������������������.  Promoted to Grade 5���������~Douglas Alderson, Doris Bayle, Raymond Bevan,  Dorothy Collis, Arthur Uoddi<31ar.ence  Epibree; Bdly Fet-gusonJ, Ruth-. Hare<  Emma Hills, Hughen&.McCreath,Ha9s-  el McGonegal, Lloyd McLaren, Marion  Quinn, Stuart Spiers, fEleanor Spratt,  Ether Sutcliffe, Charge Taylor. On  trtal���������Lily Brixa, George Dodd, Margaret Henderson, Margaret Irving,  Emmett Johnson, ^Holger Johnson,  John Pendry, Douglas Spiers.  I  Aleock,  Xaight   &   West-  wood Beaver Brand sup-  ^ ^rms^q[iial^  WET FLIES at Wc.  per dozen  You can have them in  the folio wing:  1  In any of these lines we are prepared to take care  of your every requirement promptly and. at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling  .! : *... ;   . ���������.    ^   ... ���������   i .;   .    |;   ���������;, ',;. .;      _    .     ,- ^  t**mmpmmmmm������m^0*. ,J^���������N*..     rmmmmr* m^* "%rifM-,<*jajW  ITB-������OXJ]R.'!.f  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  -A '.'..'. .1     , , ' ,''..���������'��������� \ , *^   ���������.  I '     , .      '  ��������� ' '*       . '    ' -������������������>.' .     ' >  '   " -gr~^ '"WTi "THTj^",ttA^������ .������������������-..     ........  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  %^/^^F -������yftk jLmJi  GALT���������the best mined  wwn    9s    ifluwIlCaH ia era  s  I  ',A*.','''*''���������mm'*''m"mm',mmm^mmm*mitm0**  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, teacher.  Honor Rolls: Proficiency���������"Rachel  Morrow. Deportment���������Jean Ryckman. Regularity���������^Gerald Phillips.  Norman Phillips, Jessie Spratt.  MacLean Writing Certificates���������Elena Andvosoff, William Craig, Gladys  Davie's; Ruth Davits, Irving Ferguson.  Maise Ferguson, Joan Greenwood,  Wiltiam Greer, Doris^Hendy, loha  Hills, William Kernaghan, Gordon  Martin. Helen McCreath, August  Morabito, Rachel . Morrow, Irwin  Nickel, Beryl Palmer, Edwin Pendry,  Gerald Phillips, Jean. Ryckman, John  Ross, Ruth Spencer* Jessie Spratt,  Teresa TorchlU, Richard Trevelyan,  Everett Walker, Edith Walkey, Edra  Walkey, Robert Willis.  Promoted to Grade 4 ��������� Everett  Wulker. William Greer, Rachel Morrow. Ruth Spencer, August Mornbito,  Robert Willis, Irving .Ferguson,  Edwin Pendry, Treasa Torchia.  On trial ��������� Gerald Phillips, William  Richardson.  Pro in o tod to Senior Third���������Doris  Ferguson, Richard Trovelynn. Edra  Walkey, Doris Hendy, Dona Bellinger, lona Hilla. On trial���������Tuni Lewie,  Edith Walkey,  Promoted to Junior Thlwl���������William  Ornig, JoHHie Spratt, Norman Phillips,  Joan Greenwood, William Kernaghnn.  Malalo Ferguson, Gordon Martin.  Beryl Palmer, Gladys Davito, Helen  McCreath, Jean Hyckman. .On trlul���������  Irwin Nickel, William W*������ir.  Division 6���������Miss Kerr, teacher.  Honor RoIIbs Proficiency���������Doris  Walters. Deportment ��������� Stanley  Ilendren. Regularity and Punctuality  Ardrey Weir, Fred MacKay.  Promoted to Senior Grade 2���������Eva  Fiiiiiiij*, Jiltiio V/nlttW, H������*������������l P������-n������"������������-y,  Mary itovn, i-Vaok Hard.^'-'n.  Promoted to Junior Grade 2, Ciat������a  A���������Ruby Palmer, Dorothea Greenwood,     Ohailey     French������     Campbell  Abbey.  Black Gnat.  Btoim HaoMe.  Grey Hackle.  Grizzley King.  Coachn.an,   c  Itoyal Coachman.  Govomer.  Green Drake  March Brown.  Brown Palmer.  Montreal.  Parmachlne Belle.  Professor.  Queen ot the Waters.  Oliver Docf/OP.  Wlokham'8 Fancy.  Whirling Dan.  V. MAWSON  British Columbia Forests yielded products  valued at this huge sum in 1927  bear m mmD  Such production can only be maintained  in future years if fires are kept out of the  timber-lands of this Province*  ^ttf   igi ^^ B   B  e^^^ CHI     Tim  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE.  1  J TITO ..."REVIEW,    CKESTON,    B.    C.  r  ���������5  <������o^  ���������p������ii!yP3=  F^ lirotabSf*  dxie to Acid.  INDlGeSTION^-  ACIO STOMACH  HEABfBURH  HEADACHE  -NAUSEA  About two hours after eating- many j harmless. It has remained 'the. stand-  people suffer    from    sour   stomachs, j ard with physicians in tiae  50 years  They call it indigestion. It means that |^^ tt?i^nUind. Results come  the stomach nerves .have heen oyer- almost instantly. It is the approved  stimulated. There is excess acid  Farmers  Marketing lour  Canadian National Railways* Tour  rwi_     *���������* ,. a     *n^sx.i������    ������M.������*a  .*.-*>    UlCUd   M^LMUCtmrnm   ******    ._   ^, . .    .  TIMM^^������tr     109*9 ���������     - ���������     ���������*  CContinuea.) >,  New experiences awaited us the  following' day when as guests of, the  Port of  London Authority, we were  band carried past her on the morning  taken to see something of what Loh  don's handling facilities are. It "was.  chairman of the Imperial Economic  Committee... ~   ��������� y-yfwf  The next day's programme fproyid-  ed one of the most interesting1; mornings of our stay in London. This Was  a visit to the Tower, a grim^fqrtress,  which we entered -with mixed fee):-  ings, "for here and os "Xowsr^Eisli perished? some -of fthe mostly renowned;  I men .'and wcinjen of their fday. * Here  the beautiful fAnne Boleyn was toe-  headed; and here Lady JanefyfGtey  saw, i theVheadless body ofr her&hus-  not possible to see more than a small  part, for the Port of Londbn, in one  year,  handles    merchandise    to    the  when she knew that she was to die  In it Sir Thomas Moore, Archbishop  Cranmcr, Sir Walter Raleigh* and the  little Princes met their? tragic fatejj-j,  and though these things' happened in  cimmav efimm tcccam  t/UiWxmi   v^,ii\jf\jLt hi������.ij>j\?V*  a JULY 8  S-AUL ANO STEPHEN  Golden Text:"Be thou faithful ua-  to death, ahd   I   will   give    thee   a  erown of life^'^Revelations 2.10.  ::";tiessdnj*,.Acts 7,54; 8.3; 22.3, 4, 19,  20;  26.4;?5i?9^11;  G^^iems 1.13, 14.;  Devotional Reading: Psalm 116.12-  19.  ���������;:;Vi-:fyy:f;?;:y-,f?-"'?,y./;"'  way to correct,, it ss with an  which neutralizes many times  ume in acid.  value of hundreds of ,millions ofT*^ days Sone *>y;one f eelsthe Tower  pounds sterling. For example, the f to be stnisterstill Even ha our own  imports and exports passed impugn a *���������"���������������*���������*: v,a-a t^:"^ ^^ ^^t^^'^v.K'^^-  thi pott hi 1926 totalled in value 5 ^&^ $&*-������������&?J* the Great War  $3,500,000,000 and included 65.000.r-yshould meet thejgdc^>m? y y ,::-..*  000 hUBhels  of wheat.    In the samel; We were admitted by Yeoman ot  'Beefeatess'    who    still  h was  -"irtt  explanations and Comments  Stephen's Arrest and Defense, A cts  6.8 tof 7.56.���������-When the Greek speaking Jews who were temporarily or  permanently staying in Jerusalem^ai$r  fr^'rt'i'VvfriSff^'    *rf-������     r^i*f3*sTi-^-4-rrs.     ������������44-fc--������   ��������� /iw.������v     a/   4--Vm~m  leaders among the discinles of Jesus,  they found thisymah, Stephen, more  than a matcbffor all their logic? and  religious philosophy. Their original  hatred of him, as a man full of faith.  y yVII. ' andof? the?. Holy Spirit    (Acts    6=5 >f  'Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physi-! rooms'ten acres* in"extesit, we visited I We  were   shown  the   Bloody  Tower! and therefore full of grace and pow-  The right way is Phillips' Milk of i cians for 50 years to correcting ex-} the Ivory Room, where we were as-  where the bones of the two murdered i er, then turned* iuto^ cunning malice  Magnesia���������just a tasteless    dose    in | cess ^acids. Each bottle contains full ] tounded to see a. perfect specimen of   Princes were  found and    the    room  r���������-��������� ���������-*��������������� *-  --1-- ���������=-^ ���������-  water. It is   pleasant,    efficient,   and j directions-���������any drugstore.  Another Great Possibility  pre-historlc  mammoth tusks  11  feet' <reconstructed), in which Sir Walter  J long, weighing 163 pounds, and hav-   Raleigh, when a prisoner wrote his  Passengers    May    Soon    Be    Transferred Froni .Moving Train To  Ohdgible  Transfer of passengers to and from  moving- trains  by dirigibles was de-  sscribed  at   Belleville,     Ills.,     as     a  "practicable   possibility   of   the   near  Miss    Mercedes    Gleitze,    London j i-uture)..   by  CoL  John  A.   Paegelow,  stenographer, failed in an attempt toj veteran commandant  of  Scott  army  swim the Irish Channel to Great Bri-: ���������������m j .  t . \     ���������'  _ ^ ___,, ���������_,_   ._.  lt   j wooden  kegs    in    a    comparatively  The new German dirigible, LZ-127,  may make a trip to East Asia by  way of California.  ing an estimated age of 56,000 years.  In the State Room $525,000 worth of  History of the World.  In the White Tower we    saw   the.  pepper was stored, and an interesting chamber in which Guy Fawkes and  exhibit was a 28 lb. weight floating his rfellow-cpnspirators were tortured  in a bath of mercury. The Wool Room,in 1605- .Here.,too...were the apart-.  which contained a number of bales' ments* occupieu by vueen ^nzaDetn  of Canadian wool stores in a single   when she herself was a  prisoner 11.  year nearly 2,000,000 bales; ?  Another interesting warehouse was  the Tower. We saw the block and  execution axes, one of which has; a  nick in the blade where it struck the  - Paegelow based his opinion on the j short space of time.  Assurance that representations j successful "dirigible-to-train" trans-  made on behalf of the blind in Can- ' fer of mail, in which a 210-foot non-  ada will receive government consid- j rigid blimp synchronized its flying  eration has been given to a delega- j speed of 30 miles per hour with that  tion of blind persons by'Hon. J. Af, of a moving Illinois Central train. ���������  the Iodine Roorh,f holding 25,000 small j -^ck of  'Victim  And then how close  hide-bound kegsy of iodine, every one  g^f SSSS& hStrts it Sme! we  saw the  cloak ofir which  Wolfe  died  on the Heights of Abraham.  Many quaint?forms are still retained in Uie administration of the Tower. The gates sire-shut at night to the  worth $500. The hide ,t covering is  necessary because of the rotting  effect of iodine which    destroys    the  Robb, Minister of finance.  The King has approved the appointment of Sir John Middleton as  Governor-General and Commander-  in-Chief of ISTewfoundland, in succession to Sir William Aliardyce. whose  term has expired.  The University of Wisconsin, at  Madison, gave recognition to the attainments of its most celebrated  former student, Col. Charles- A.  Lindbergh, by conferring the honorary degree of IDoctor of Laws. Lindbergh arrived there by plane.  The dirigible came to rest on top  of a coach for a period of few seconds���������long enough to effect the  transfer of a pouch of mail without  difficulty.  The army blimp which made the  test  carried a  crew  of six  men.  ^But the''thrill  of    the _fcday    ^a^e   accompaniment of   ancient ceremon  Wajcii we explored,  s  ������>Griio.u  Oi   uic ��������� |j������lr and  "4S4"-"* .-���������������������<������������������s������������v.*. ^.^. .-������^.~ ��������� mo^  They resorted to cal-umrty, raised up  false .witnesses against him, seized  him and brought him before the San-  toedriny/.fi. ?f; y  .a: From Stephen^ defense, 7^.48, it is  evident he had correctly taught that  God,could be worshiped hot only in '  the r temple, but everywhere. As was  true with ayJesus . (Mark 14.581,  Stephen's words were distorted by  false witnesses'; he was accused of  teaching- that . Jesus of Nazareth  would destroy the honored temple,  and would change the revered Mx>saic  laws. :Fearlesslyi: Stephen-undertook  his defense^ Rehearsing?.the^f ancient  history of Israel, he skilfully, showed  that God's revelation to' His people  had been progreissive, Iha*^; *theirs was  a spiritttal religion, *^"df that" God had  no need of ?an earthly ftempte. At first,  rf\l5rfeT  rr *  "S  i^ort s wine vaults,  ing to the cellars we were handed  oil torches fastened to the. end of  staves. Torches such its these have  been used for 120 years. The temperature of the vaults never varies  from 60 degrees, yet the only means  of re*D^ilatiiipr* it are incandescent  lights, and the amount of sawdust on  the floor. Fungus produced on the  roof of the cellars by the fumes of  the wine is* a curious characteristic.  In the brandy vaults this fungus is  absent. Twenty-two thousand pipes  of wine, each -worth $500 can be accommodated in.fthese vaults which  have twenty-eight    miles    of    metal  ind  after "mianight no one  may..!. apparently fascinated  by the clarity  p the_ precincts    without . giving   andytrvith^o������^ his words/ his.'hearers  enter  the1 password.  ... in one of the. strong rooms of the  Tower there repose. the Crown. Jewels, including the . crowns of King  George and Queen Mary, a display of  treasure which amazed us- ail.  The Tower of London was built by  William the Conqueror, and it is  said that the site on which it stands  were silently attentive; but as they  caught the drift of his argument they  displayed signs of angtsir which  Stepheh could not fail to seef    '  If, before the coming of the violent  end yvdiichf he saw- approaching,  ,S>epi*.en. "^as to., applyyliis words to  his hearers, ffbe.; must .,speak quickly.  "Ye' do always resist- the Holy  was selected by  Julius  Caesar as   a  Spirit," he'  fcried    boldly,    "df    the  location  for  a  fortress.  One   of  the  I lili   ilUJlIL   UIIL1 UK i runways, apart'from the vast stores   Christopher Wren's masterpiece, but,  2d   in   Other   Vaults' nwir>ff   tr������   fhe   B-rrMiiiTie'  o-neratiohs   OI������  Rak-3, was wrecked, but not until  after it had attained a speed of 158  miles an hour. This is claimed as  a world record on rails. There was  no driver in the car.  England's most picturesque visitor,  Sir Offri Atta, blue-black potentate  oi" Akim Abuakwa, has received  from the King at Buckingham Palace the accolade of his new British  knighthood.  Col. Charles A. Lindbergh carries  a blanket public liability aviation insurance policy to the amount of  $100,000 on any aircraft piloted by  him. The policy also covers him for  property damage.  Fur-bearing animals in Ontario  are growing* scarcer each year, as  frontiers of civilization move forward, it is indicated in a statement  issued by the Department of Fish and  Game, which shows that royalties  received last year totalled $112,762,  compared with $130,793 in 1026. With  the trapping of beaver eliminated the  amount is likely to be still smaller  for 1928.    t of  spirits  contain*  Baby's   Own Tablets  meet  all the ]not iffludedJny the  day's itinerary.^  I need that exists, in every home, where !     Again m the ������pen air we boarded  ! ^-'- ������������������ --^������������������^���������-   ���������������- -' a.launch en. route to the,S.S. Minne-  waska,  where we" Wfeire due to lunch  er^is the portcullis, said to be the old  est one in existence in working order.  On our way to the Tower we  stopped at  St:  Paul's Cathedral,   Sir  Righteous One ye have become nuir-  most interesting features of the Tow-[defers!" At  once they -"were  cut  to  Fritz  Von   Opel's   rocket  car,   the | there are young children. They are a  laxative, but do not-gripe.    They are  soothing, but do hot contain one parr  tide   of   opiate   or   other   ingredient  _      ,   ,.        ���������   ,       ,  that can in any way do the slightest P^ndee.v The noyelty of luncheon  harm to the most delicate child. | ������^ this beautiful snip, surrounded ny  Baby's Own Tablets reduce fever J S^eat liners from, almost every eoun-.  relieve colic, banish constipation and try "> the world made a deep lmpres-  indigestion, check diarrhoea, sweeten! sion- This was -followed by a river  the stomach ahd allay the irritation j triP ^ac^ ��������� London.  that accompanies the cutting ofj In the evening,we were the guests  teeth. They quiet the nerves and of the Empire Marketing Board x at  promote health-giving sleep and re- dinner in the Hyde Park Hotel and  pose.    In fact they are as good as a' had an opportunity of    learning*    at  owing to the grouting .operations on  the piers which support the great  dome, it was not possible to see its  interior to advantage, most of it being boarded    up     and    inaccessible.  as guests of    the    Port,  (under .the' Thus, we did not see the crypt or eh-  chairmanship of    Lord  r I-litchie    of_ ter the Whispering Gallery. | f  (To Be Continued.)  doctor in the home, and <3nce a moth  er has used them for her little ones  she will use nothing else. Thousands of mothers bear testimony as to  this. Among them is Mrs. Hurst, Pine  Falls, Man., who says:���������"I was told  to try Baby's Own Tablets by a  i"riend who had used them for, ail her  little ones and said she could not do  without them. After using them for  my baby boy I quite agree with her  and certainly think they are the finest medicine in the .world for littlo  ones."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by all  medicine dealers or by mail at 2D  cents a box from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co..,  Brockville,  Ont.  .  first hand the valuable work being  done by this organization to encourage the consuirfption of products  produced within the Empire. The sum.  of five million dollars per year has  been placed at its disposal by Parliament to further *he marketing of  Empire products.- The Board is a  non-party body and, includes representatives of the Dominions and Colonies, Agricultural research is also  an important phase of its work, The  chairman, on the occasion of our visit, was Lord Lovat, the Under-Sec-  Xetary of States for .the Dominion's.  who told us something of the work  Ot the Board, which was further explained .by   Sir   Halford  Mackinder,  For   Both   House   aiid   Stable.   ������������������  There is a good deal of similarity,  physically speaking, between human-  beings and the: lower animals. .'Both  are subject to many ailments arising  from inflammation and to all msihnei  of cuts and bruises. Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil is an entirely reliable  remedy for such ailments and mishaps in both human beings and the  lower orders of animals.  the heart"; they "gnashed on him.  with their teeth," that is, only by a  ''brute-like grinding of their teeth"  were ~they able to restrain their unreasoning rage. But he, still filled  with the Holy Spirit, saw "the heavens .fopenedV,,,(a familiar Jewish figure, pf speech signifying ohe*s insight  into divine things) "and the Son of  Man standing on the right hand &f  God"; and, in apparently utter, dis-  :regai;d. of'j'Bte'-'friBiizied rfufy abound  hiha, he: told of.^Wh'at he saw. r���������'  Question Of Relationship  In a recent court case at Toronto,  a nice question in relationships was  propounded. The plaintiff, a woman,  Was testifying against a chauffeur.  "Isn't he your brother-in-law?" she  was asked by counsel. "Didn't you  say he was?" "No,' I said he was  my husband's sister's husband's  brother!" The councel gave up any  more questioning on this point.  Raw recruits are probably so  called because they are not accustomed to fire.  BABY 6IRL HAD DIARRHOEA  WW 91 saiSw v&m$ 8 B Biw *\m fl! 6a 6a D Id  Mrs. A. J. Murray, Gull Luke, Sa������lc,  ���������wi-hea:���������-^-Lrast mnnmer, my baby gii'l  was cutting tooth and became very  ���������wruk tvith the offocta of diarrhoea. I  didn't know jnst wlint to 60 for hor  ������������ ������ho couldn't 1'fltain anything, At  InKt oiks of my iieighbora said to me.  * Haven '( you uny  POPULARIZING THE ST- LAWRENCE ROUTE  Receives Large Salary  Cliieif  Harpooner   Earned'* $39,000  In  ^���������-y:; S-fHiriey Months', Whale. Hunt     .':  .f*Pe\y occupations: tax the neeyes. of  man fmore- than whale hunting,  hut  few occupations pay    better.    When  the whale-huiiting 'fleet  recently  returned  from   the   Antarctic   after   a  nine-months'   cruise,   the   chief   har-  pgonerj had  earned  a- "normal"  income  of $33,000. In addition to this  siim he had a contract granting him  $20 for. each whale he  killed.  During  tlie  nine  months   he  killed   300  whale, and his extra income amount-  .ed  to $6,000.  Hardly one man in  a  thousand  may hope  to  be  a  really  good harpooner. It is upon his ability  that' the  result    of    the    expedition  largely depends, ��������� arid though his profit may seem high, it i/3 modest compared 'with the* profit, he brings to the  expedition.  # FOWLED  Changes Name Again  Peking  Will  Be  Known  As  Pelpfng  "Meaning 1-"Northern  Peace"  The nationalist government political council has decided to change  t^he,name of the historic Manchu capital. Peking, to Peiplng, ' meaning  ''Northern Peace."  The action is considered at Shanghai as an attempt by the Nanking  government to" destroy Peking's political Importance,: and further that of  Nanking, which they Insist Is now  the Natlondl capital.  The announcement of -the action ot  the council states "It is'hoped Poking will continue aa a centre of art  and culture, but as a political centra  it is* ddad."      why,   T   vnmhlri 't    ho   without  It  whero  th*������r<������  ilh"  chihlrnji.'  4 'My I1iihl.11.1nl vviuit to Inwil nn<l Rot  H h(jtl.h-, ntut tlio very iirnt <1oi������n helped  hrr wtimlfrCuUy, ritnl in 1lir������-n dnjH nho  i-ru" r.-r'l! o-.-i.t tho clinrrltortt and "was  running   iirnuriil   ri^   wi'll   nn   <-vr>r.''  I'm  up only by Thn T.  Klilhura Co.,  W.  .\.  UIII  The friHl maiden voyage of the  Canadian Pacific liner "Duchess of  Bedford," juttL put Into the service of  the St. l^awrcnco route as the J in est  of a quartette at* 20,000 ton C.madisin  Pacific Htcamorn. han trnlled wide at-  tention to tlie IncrcuHed popularity of  the  /***.!.  Lawrcmn- route.  In udUlon to the "DucheHH of Bud-  ford" threo otl������.������r "ID>uuhe������ucuM will  shortly  hn     cnmirjlKHionod    and    ilils  Montreal, Their time schedule is, so  arj'angocl that it is now posHlble to  bix-akfatit in Liverpool on one Friday  and In Montreal the following Friday  ���������an. unique wervlco for the St. J-.aw-  tence.  Kxccllently appointed nnd furnished, tho "Dncilief-aes" open n'now" era  In Cj4hln Class travel and expedenccd  travellers who have seen tho mw  liner i*om*pnre    her    nccommodations  Mei-t of eiuhln    CIuhh    steamers    will I very favorably with first class Hhlpn,  ������iv.������)*.t II11U- \h** UMi-jfjoMt. vh^pM to eull nt |     Rtk hnndrp-d !>������>* long*,  two-funnell-  ocl, oil-burning and 7S feet wide, the  new liner has broad deck spuces and  many marine Innovations, all conducive to pane*,cnger comfo'rt. 9>\\c, In  commanded by Captain, JT. Rlddnnq,  R.N.R., whose 21 yeartt Jn the Horvlco  of tho Canadian-, Pacific f'StoamHhipH  huve taken him; thu'ougU.the seven  seas. He was formerly In command.  of tlie "Mimiedosa" and "Montroyal/'  having buen in charge of tlie lattct  veaRel nn several sruisefl through  the West Indies -a feature to be rc-  p^atiHl by th������ .VDucheHU of Bedford."  Vacationists!  You'll " find- innny uses for  Mlnarrt'fi during yrmv vnonti'rtn  clays. 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A  \ '������-<���������' t^tirV' w y.^y ^'' ��������� ��������� ������-���������'���������'-'* '"���������^rg.1''-'?; ^  Your Liberal Candidate  ,,  , ,tr**< < 4 m  9������  ?;lur  jj? ������������������..-.���������������������������'������������������ ���������'���������������������������:������������������ .y.,^-;  waiwwiw������y  ,.<.; 1 .' *    '; m    *jr m.      "* b <- _r
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tori�� ciftstesoir) ififtirat.
I  I   III'   >lll|1>.      J, Ill
TENDERS WANTED^
gealed tenders wHl foe received ����
till Thursday, July 12.1S2S. for balsa-
mining the seven rooms of \ GrestoB
Public and High school and.for clean-
ta��fir at Oresfenfair/
}'''' '       -   " - - *   -
"Miss   Florence  Cowling.   w\.0>  has
been- a. f visitor with  Mrs* It.- J. LronR
mg <jqh  wonnwoi-g or ga-fl(��8��s.y juowesi j vjs��er.gi^i Jww��9 Jisfij on iuonuay for her
to lose tfyef prisse^wlnning Jersey cow | next ftw montns.     They made   tbe
one day. last week  from .milk fever, I trip by auto.
The animal wag always alted ticket!
or any tender net necessarily socepfcecL
For all other information apply G.
NaCKEL,   Secretary   School   Board*
Creston. /   -"*
- ���*- ?y   - * r ^
Ee��I&h&��sa
txri	
Bftss "Walker of Kelson, a fornier
teacher of JSrickson school, is a visitor
With JUrs. Hericr -<<
Mrs. Cobian of Dun'daa. Ontario^ en
route home from a visifc'at the coast,
spent a couple of days with Mrs. G.
CJariwi-i-ghc last week.       " - _
Mr. and Mrs. Kemp and children of
fallow Point were >v��siUuB| with ih��
former's brother \V. H. Kema white
iHOiOiijig to A.lbsrtwo where they are
to reside in future.
Miss Beth Putnam left on Sunday
for Cranbrook*. where she was a viaf-
xor a fe*cr days thia week, a j^sest of
Mr. and Mrs^ Taylor.
Miss Ruth Cartwright spent the
weekend afc Easier, a. guest of .Sirs.,
Sinclair* und was & e-nest. ��*���. the Satus-
day night dance*
P. J. KHngensittifch had the bad luck
~i . .-,,-*���    ;~���" -i--*    _
"Principal Janiz iefi> on Friday .for
Vancouver* via Spokane, tnaking, the
trip by -auto. ' He has resigned 'his
p^iii��*s,feere.
Miss Norma Boss, vice-principal'jot
BrickVon school, left on Friday to
6nend $he holidays* at her,home in
N��w .Westminster,. - (J
Crisler's garage reports the sale of
another Overland Whippet. The
buy a? ia 53erfc vHare of Oreston* "who
traded.ini his/F^rd.
Miss Bva Holmes, who .has .charge
of the primary room ot Taber, Alta.,'
school, is' spending the summer vacation with her  parents, Mr. and-"Mrs;
X3    *fc*f    ���see���a���__
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Local aiid* Persona!
���j ����� ."
MlaS ^nauaahd Miss^Co-ariinRr iftfih nn
Monday for their homes nt Cloverdttie
and Vancouver respectively, where
they f :iBse spending " their " summer
vacation.      -   . *
���v
-    flMt^A. Tjr.mm.-~m.Jl    %��!..*.    TS.j���jl.jt      riff     ��Kd
public school teachinK staff, left at the I P��f* '"S^'lu'r
end of the week for their homes in beftn * Oreston visitor.
Fernie artd Kelson respectively jur the
V����5*fl,��lO��.
Mrs. Martin and childiea ar^av��H$.'on
SmuuhV to .join Mr. Martin, electrician'
with 0. Q, Hod-gers.   They aife decu^
pytng   the   M��$a   Vickers. hosise on
viotorsa Avsnss-?��
The vHMjBTd, eotihcil meets in July
session on Monday night. There was
the usual rush last week to make tax
payments anov'escape the 10% penalty
added at .Inly Wxtol        .-   . ~.\
On Mondays ��uly 8th, 1 am takiag
��verj-he Eaanas^tji^r-t of the recently;
onened Oreston %3afe. and Solicit your"
pivtroneiKe. Watoh for Hnnpuncement
ia nestt WjBek's phn^t. ". ,;
Members    of f Oreston   li.OJL.   are
slfitttful  tj-k %1Ct llKiha trlrtmtxttrtnm  nnj, to.+f.m
are  attending  divine- service at the
Presbyterian' Church. v
      he Bi^rBdB'gKia/sa m w-���g
?ffl HTW B BaW -?fflLM g ' -^ ' B
i
i
--WE HAVJS JUST TAKEN IHT0 StQCg
*"   * "5-        ' -      '-   c,   V      '   -.
#   mmmmfrnfm*!*.***,    -
���,.. I-
^,:jSlaJ^ -Belle- Silk' tifrgerie.,.  r.,/ '*:
Bobettfe Bloomers arid: ^JoiBbinatioris,
'{ ��� "'   - AH sizes and shades *    /
I
a
Miss Edjth OouiinK is spending a
vo weeks' vacation at Mi��k Biver,
Iberta.,   She  Was   accprnpanied ' by
her ������ cousin, 'Miss   Mei-ton,   who   has
G, J. Bayle arot away
last   for- Noethport,
they wHl reside, far the
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e
i
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>ROB*
Owe of the chief factors itt the sdc��es*5 of any basinees ia
"Workuiapship,    Tou can  get it aera.    Ait work is^ done by -
well   trained   tradesmen,  -with   many. yeafs   experience   in
Genera! Blacksmithin^ rsorseshoeisi��. tjarriage Hepaira and
Woodwox^.   Oxy   Acetylene  Weldi-Q^^Ptarabiog; and  Tin
smithiug. -.     -  - "   .? - -
*     ***
- We e^r^y a lar^e stock of Fijp& &nd Fittiti^, Valves,
��������� xr juk.a����E��T5B�� any ou@oi> juc����. - .-��jov v���� ArOu^aiiu Steel,
Hardwood. Bagjcy a-iad I^.mO<ifat^"W*ieeiS. *po!ds,"' ShnftK,
Doubletrees, Singletrees, Neekyokes, Bolsters, Axles, Oantliook
Handles, Axe Handles, Etc /
saving ' iii   yOiii    "work aiid 'try- us*0*q��r     Ollt-of town eU8-
tomers, send in your orders* which ��riJ4- be^ taken care of In the
very best manner. J-'\     *      -
.. Jl. Forsyth Smith, C<��nndian Fruit
Trade Commissioner in London, Eng-
maiu, l�� U> address h ineotinR, in vret-s-
ton on July 81st, afc which be will
discuss the export market* situation
generally*'
Mrs. Ueo. Sfthjmdt and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Berg of Laird, Sask.* spent a few
days hero !��sfc we-rk, guests of. Mr. nun
Mis. Geo. Nickel en route to the coast
on a holiday vtwits Me*. Bei-g and M.vq.
Schmidt are brother and sister of Mrs;'
i.
TEEIMSTRUP
j-gt-.
There, *wili be. at lesst^two vacancies
in Creston school, teaching staff'to be
Sited' before school opening on- Sept-
? ember 4th. Mis�� Kerr, primary teach
er, and Miss Gosling of the:high
school staffs have turned in their res-
ieoHtions. ., .        "=.".-'"" -. > v, ���   '
Hon _  S." F.. Tolmie., Cortseryative
loAiliil* "    t��ao      mr%*wm*!m**ht��lJ:i       W%*cm      .*       wm*m*%l      4X\"\rCA
m-^���m^m-^   m   y ������.��%��        p^�� ^.v, V*.  m.* ���*Jr ** ** *-A* ������������.   ��^
house at the Grand on Monday idgbt;
for the opening Conservative campaign meeting,on Monday night, and
very ably, presented t^e jparty platform in the present Election. Other'
speakers were ;Mrs- Mallandj-isne, Col.
Oster, nhd O.fit'BHckwood of Nelson.
"F*. H. Jackson p'res|��9ed. - '
v ***"*- -"' ,*a
, ��� The Grand' Theatre was well, filled
for the Liberal'tral^rin Friday night,
at Whicit iihe JchieC^ieaker was crreui ���
ier MacLean^ ~ who.* gave .a splendid
review <��f the" lpast^.ft>ur -year1 adniini^
"jenny JUind bilk Jtlose   J
AU sizes and .shades.   :
��� *
' \ i. . m *
Fop Has* Jffiefff
Straw Hats, ^ Peanut Straws.
OVEBALX.S���kfPride of the West."
Promt*%*%  IfttitAur   ^HLflnafHlfslSlf SudH
yiPdiuit fatiPf yyupminifo mm*
�� Mr ;B' i#-#* #* -Mr*-
en
Weekly -deposlta in our Savings IBaatfe
v^ill accumtdate rapidly. *
Sntalioff larse oc��?ounts ate wclconm-a
THE CANjAJDIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Capital Paid U|r *2O^0C5CMK)b .    ���       81
T&ttxrvet&and $20,000,000 1
R.J. Fojtbc��, Manager 1
mSX&MLWHBMMMH
South y��ir^^nver, Archie fDoQw^hy of
Nelson, end the^ancli^afre, Fi^jk Putnam���the latterf twov^peaking "briefly.
-xj. if." Hayes occppiqdIiLthB ���Chair. -   ,~
- **'        "      '* "-.^    ' * *~
- Aboufc^iwentjf'iba^te'i'of playera' weee*
fn evidence on Wednesday1 night for B.
tbe ���w-.niplimentary^bridjie and -whist \|"
drive in the Parisnf. Hsji under Jthe
direction of the Ladles'-Liberal A-ssoci-
ation. The nrhse scares ��fc bridge ^res-s
made by Mrs. Hnydeiff and Mr. Still-
-iyell, and at Straight whist the prizes
went to .Dorothea -Sprjitt and Hugh
Graham. , A fc-ubstjihtial luncn -was
pprvr��d. and the affair was much enjoyed by all. - .',   ,    . v
The Grand TTheat^ Was filled to
overflowing on Tuesday night for the
free moving pictures put on-by* 03h��s��
.Wilkinson, .i'epresentisg fche Canadian
Forestry Aesociatirip* 'J&fx reels were
displayed: B.C. Industries,, Across
Canada, ^ Vancouver' and Uiatrictr
scenes, a News Reel, con^edy and the
feature'��� film, ***Tb��-* ,*R'ed- Destroyerr'
During the showing of, the latter .Mr.
Wilkinson' gave" a timely talk on
Canadian forests and their preservation,.        > --*'    '   '-'
Js a word,that\14eax1s a great deal
indeed.    :Y6ii ^ali!^t it herer :
- ' " " ���fc.*'^ <^        ^   ***t'*-*' rf.       - . ^."    I
And you-c^ti gd^ ii^fi*pf��'"yourJ car r'^"-  J
after it has feeBifitireT -      j :     ' :'
*V*j>
Creston Branch
li
CONSIDER A'JOINT
ACCOUNT
AVERY/xeal seryice is offered by Joint account
privileges. Two people may
clieqiue autl avj^bii tliioiigwi
one account, and this makes
a very convenient^family
banking arrangement.
Any branch oj tite bank wltt be gtpd to
particulars.
IlilsrDIAi''������'DAMlif:'      ?  ;!|
mmtISIm^^ oANIv
" /"It? ��f*A.XKI AltSA
OnmOTON EftANOH O. W. ALL.&IV, M.nmfr
tUrstihti'ms *t Iavertu��r��, CntulnNHilc aad furwU
Assets of OrroHtm(S^WM3Y8tH^f!v�� Nfcllit)^
agj" 'i.'���, ,1 ^m)mrtM^gm9m\f^
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- SERVaCE ON AHVTHlNGdPenftTED BY GASOLINE
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Obrist Ghiirciii Creston
-BUtVOAYr JUJUyZ&<
ORESTON���11 a.m., Matlna. -
.���!���""���     ��� "i" in.    un  i��uniiinl|��l i)i|ii 1 iiiii��iii��i >,  11 11J
8RAH0 THEATRE
Frl.-Ss!., ijttly
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HE'S BACKAGtAINl
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m,'  ,   .
Tho biggest show o$  mirfch:--thc��
piotWro ywa'vo fb^4) T^altSii^y.'to,
see !'������GhnpHn, -iTiiiflj ,!*6f ''^eiVn^ccly,''
baok   nRttin���etill���(.''7pi��SJeia,:(v:'.an��i'>:,
; erailoH alumd of ;tb9jnn ��� All.  '��� V:::,..'" '���.':'���'���;;!
XliKbt this way to Us6  bii? ubow ?
See  the   greatest   bolleobion ; of
laii��h��?f|ifftga\and'"0%*fl����'' over'
asseriiblod   under   ono   canvas!
all  beret    AU   ri��ht.   profmmr,
ulrike   up. .tho baiull    TJui sbow
'Ja"'i��boafc; to' ba-glii I. JToSS^s, *tat��oia,. ���
fcbb.'way.   ��� '   '��� y-.     .",.:...
jmjBrjsHtW  ts
mwB:   fst BB - B
A     " "*- - tl . ' I- M
ICatol Sticks, reg. $t,00;,For 85cLvboK,
Pyrethiiitt Inseo��-3^wder, 01 poiind. ^
Fly-Kil, My Tox: 8 oz. d-flK5.il6oz.75o.; 32 oz. $1.35
Mosquito XiOfcioti, 35c " - IX \
. Kodak Days are Here >
Filuis, Printing Pap-^p, aUtbe e^uipcasfat forfthe
amateur,    We do fin.islutt^,-   Prompt and efficient,
service.    New supply of i^itstman ICodaks just.
ttnpM@flke^.  '.    /���  .   p ^ r >��� ''.'
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CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE
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