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Creston Review Jun 1, 1928

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 -'.'"'' ���������'.'���������'. ���������+���������'���������'������������������.���������ts'ffS,"  '���������?������������������?':'-���������' '-;'*:���������-*���������*r*V ;-w  Ft^f:'yF^  :-i^o^ne^i\pSii^^f-  ���������rm\  ���������^^������������������^^P'tP-y :���������  K  ii  P-'S^A;  W������x-  \^spPm,-  ���������V-PP:   "^������������������Ar^SP&P^S^S.' -PaA- -SSS'S- 'A.-, v.-... -'.A'---; ���������.������������������' -���������.-.-���������    -       ..���������.���������;    ���������  No. 17  f The Scont Troop now  numbers 17  and ia *������lividedinfeb three patrols with  AUUI*ci������  Mil! er, George M u'rreSl   a nd  Jack Payne***! pat-ipol leaders. .  ��������� Friday evening is the meeting night  ���������which are now held, pntBide when  scout train ine and ganies are the  ���������order tt the day With special training  in iSeniaphore'. ? .In; ih|s four.; bold  proficiency badges, Andrew and Roy  land Miller, George Murrell and Jack  Payne. It is hbjp^fthatyby: ;tbe end of  the summer that anost of the scouts  will be able to send and read ad some  tests will be arranged whenya. message  will be sent fvoro point to point and it  will be interesting:, ifco see what ? comes  through.      yyf"\.-fy:?f?f:  first aid is also afruuieu, with special  -attention to wbatte 5a for *��������� diawta?,  ing peE*on, while later on life saving  ��������� wil.'beyf^kien^i^-'f.y ? P. a. PP. as.    -P?P- '���������'.'������������������  Mr.R. Harris, who is a King's scout,  . gives us', valuable assistance at times  and it is hoped that ������nyohe" vyho has  ?fceen a scout will coni^ forward and  help. : This is a world wide movement  atid a boy who isya scout-finds friends  wherever he goes and; iifeewise does  his bit towax^is %vorid peace when he  meets scouts from all nations., Our  'uiOst pEessiuK need .������������ pr-?s-3a;t, ;s &���������  Scout hall which can be used for all  purposes..     ���������  :'.' The attendance is not all that can  be wished as sossj*3 of oury snessbers do  not seem to realize that a scout is  always in his place, anu^ punctual, too.  There is so touch to scoutingthat un.  less reai  enthuBiasm  is   displayed   it  ���������SJ0skee it Kard totr the -scoutmaster to  DMn^g^is troop to a; reasonable degree  ^^ffefficlaney^y^  -iheir f���������aether',"attr^Marshaii, returueil  to VAh^u^ ''"  Mrs. B. McDougall left at the first  of the*wMlc:?'for.Ja.jfew &#*&������-��������� visit..with.  Kimberley friends.   .',.- y:.^sP.-'-P-  -Mr... and yMrsi-yR. T. Rorison and  family^ of Vancouver arriv^jiqnf'.Ii^t^  dayyfor a'.'few?week's visit with, her  Ai&SK*A-  G-���������.-T~~,s:  .ntli%l%*������ '*Mz  ... .������������������0"   M������v  ������������d  ���������������iOi!ic������������ui  Mrs.   W.'-���������.*-'- '*���������*'  Is recovering from  artery serious illness. S.a.  '.���������?��������� :Fs*ank::--;Martins;f-who -.tssae -'beeiif: on- 'a,  visit with his parents here, returned  t6 Stayeley, Alberta*,  on  Wednesday  lastly ^>y ;y;y?yy;-;y ��������� ���������. ���������: .y��������� PPPC- f :y;?^  ������������������ fyAnf'Sast^^  rahfover f ^ a" MoisteiiiyfcoW;  :b'eion;ging'ft^  dayvaf&ernr'on������vX  at the Cars* crf^ssinjg and the animal  was carried almost^  engine.:"-        PaP^a-: a-.-S.P-': ^P.a\:Pa-S<  J. Hi Webster got back yoh :yMono'ay  from Cranbrook, where fhe, has been  for a few days" business vis'iU.i������������������''.."V^S  '..-: ' '    -.    -  "���������.'"���������������������������    ���������   "-������������������-yy .���������.���������������������������'��������� .������������������;',������������������".���������.'.-1 :'  Pri ncipal Ijukas f Is 'iiow*doing ,.his*  distance travelling by auto. He took'  delivery of a ^Chevrolet; *5pjt|4ster from  -iho Rocitenay garage at the end of tbe  Week. --.;-" :'"'��������� S-S>"i-S S--- ���������/,..'::.:;.  North and South  "Mr  best highw*^f rhews that  jevoi^-.'-^^^fc^^^Si*^^S5"?':iftanf?e'���������' l>*v'  -���������\.-:mAA'-A.A^^^i^.y. AA-AAA : -���������  ���������������������������_   ���������.-.��������� 'A '?' ������������������" '  imAamg.  e-j^rqaahfy-as/First class iHcoilts  there are alleys; a few. in srepy troop  ;^.Jpj(f^'4#heiirdf?^  :fh^HP������y:' v:yTh.e������'is;'^  cannot have sortie Kinga   Scoats   as  well as other troops.���������Com. Ps f y- _  !y^y::, AMmV&p  Mrp. Ostrensky and son, Charlie,  were Nelson vieitbi-s a few days last  week.  W. A. Pease haa just completed the  liiyihg of bis irrigation pipe line from  the hill . back of She Bea-zer place.  Water was in use on Satnt^day and  there is aheavy floWj.y. .On the way  down the pipe, ia tapped to give a  domestic supply at the Jack Smith  residence.'' ''..P ���������'������������������  Mrs. O'Noll and Mrs. Moul and  children, who hate been visstore; with  The annual Flower Show under tbe  nnsplees of Oreston and District Women's Institute will be held in Trinity  United Church basement on the afternoon of THURSDAY, JUNE 14* from-  8 to 6.80 p.m. Afternoon Tea and  Sale of Home Cook in j? In  connection.  First and Second Prizes wilt be  awarded,  also several   special prizes,  The secretary, Mrs. Cherrington,  will be obliged If exhibitors will send  In their entries as soon us possible,  though thoae will he received up to  June 18th. Tho following Is the Hat  of classes:  l.  a.  a  a.  &  |  10.  n.  to.  ia  14.  ia.  sa  17.  IH.  IH  gle, oolleotlon.  psM, a blooms.  Pinks, A blooms.  gweoi IVHMaaa, 0 oprjsya.  California Poppy, v-aihs,  Hnnn D������ucon, fl stalks.  Oontorlmrjr Dolla. a otolke.  Fox Olqvo. a Btallca  Sbaft taI>Atfly, Q blooms.  Corn rlowor, yasc  oUocppn.  ���������lo, 0 blooma.  Dolphonlnm,������ etolka.  Petunia, ooUoptiqn.  Qapa Forffot-Mo-Nofc, voaa  Oolumblno, a tmmya,  Pyrlthnm, nollnntfrtn.  Any oUiur v<\Hety of Flowutri.  Collootlon af Oawion Flowora  jBV. Cnllinan Of Cranbrook was visit,  ing families in this district hist Week*  making the trip by auto.  A# Benedette spent af f^w days at  Kaslo, returning with Mrs. Benedette  and baby, Irene*, at the first ir^F tnfe  week.., ''��������� yj''?   f_?   y ;;_'_-.  'yf'Xf:WV  . .f Mrs. J. B. .Rnddyand:' ^ercy ^jpt^km  were auto visitors at Bellvue. Alberta,  lastyweek.-..,;?'.  a:S plP.- '-\PaP '   :-  necessary  :$%$i   f''^f������^isisst'*r-~. o*f  **&&  Hon. W. H.  nnWlio  thatf  'the  has been  tor, Cranbrook, bad service here on  Sunday afternoon, and on 'Monday  night Rev. J. Herdman had the, usual  United   Church   weaknielifc   woKshi^.  With spring work well in hand  <Canyonites took full advantage off the  May 24th holiday for? motoring trips,:  several going *Sqw*js to uCuucrs A<erry<  -' Mr. atsd MrSe ^Ma*pe--������av-e JssaiL Se?&  for Portland, Oregon, where they will  make an extended. visit. wUh a daughter who resides in that eifcy^  1  anpirnicing ty  0ftJ8s. "fyprder;  a iiasiueyd -6Se^^|co^tructi6i^ of thjerf  ^rftitf*<^W^4inM  ,;���������'���������:��������������������������� .'���������.'���������" ���������.!, ���������:.-'���������'. :'���������' --..: r.-^J; ''. Lvi"'.  .   .,-'   ' '-. '������������������..���������'-���������...���������-..'-' a- . ..' ���������-'   . *~  -'.-"Wi^'^t-ll ������������������ ' 'jii-������:5iS''.''.-*Diii������.JLl������'-   T������l:.i'^.^iv'ii.*.;^.^.^.'l ���������  ���������;,:ia.\JJL~}>t.t:- ;������*������������������W:|Ot������M*i������M .a.in.cjwnuivuai   -  '���������HS'lSliin^^^ "ftO ���������  :^6tp^-i|^iBi|?W P'P' ~J v',' ���������'. -v  ;"-.-;T^;'H^*^fti^^-'^Mi^:i^f the  ;��������� ;G^ifc^|^^^i>^ja'*^ :  f:"'UH:"^ii'iattdl;:?#������Hln^ ���������'  'S'tiiti ���������t*id*e^S|i,1^6f ���������*' ���������but^v^lii:;-V'|il8o f  f?hortien yt$&^  yf'ti^iitpfo^j^t^i^:: !aB;-y)������(^-p>'������red:'  ���������v witlii^ y^^^i]i||mtbu ts^fl^MtttiBf^bw _'  :-'' iiir^ile#'; vli-*'^^^  '���������$ij^ts^^ appro*'.  ylPatire&DDi fyiMjfiS^ ihis 'dia^.  ;.^ugawtf ;>'^^iffii::'^^^^ ��������� 'P..  fi'Phniihcv/iAjrftni^A^JijMS^^*^  y; i?fli"'&iNa*.f ?on' f?*^^^^5^^^^-^ ;a^^^ade? vliisf y  .yfijK&f^ -';  ; ������������������ ������������������wast^fag^ee^tpi^fcf.^taTO'^ey 'ij&ibds ]  '..:��������� lahoy^^ :  ._, ^^y:ne^ff?year -a.  appr^l^Stibn ? will   be  ..,^;,"'^ia^||^:{t^df:a';tBrst-  :blaj������:';B^to':my^^wa2^'.-���������,'. .'f .;.-.:  vnuyou  a     uuaj      uuu  with "the" third::- ^>ray? off: the season.  Thef-rain of almost'an inch at .the  Weekend wasy most, welcome; particu-  larly for the j*Uist planted ,gas*dehs. f  Eric Olson has just been heard from  at Spokane and be announces that he  is arranging to take his?vacation so as  to be in Creston Valleyf for July liJtihr  He" is now employed as caretaker of  an apartqaentblbeki; -';' y     ...*������������������������������������.'" :''S'P<  jpai-ty and sociable in���������%the coniEuunity  bally tonight.y*\- There will be both  bridge and whist followed by several'  musical numl������ers and a lunch. Mrs.  Evah Mt-Kowan ytif; Ci-fanbrook will  give a ten minute *^1JkT':^fTne:taffair/fis'  under the auspices of Canyon Liberals.  The splendid s-e^utatson ' Ssingirjr  Hollow section: has longft-njoyed fair  honesty has; been 'badly- *������iled -?wl)th:  the theft, on Sunday niftbt- last, of the  wiiNe fencing in" frbnjbf^pf ..the ^K^iiidrp.  rwncii.xhe owner of jwbich is in the  Q!d-/Country*?������������������.������������������������������������'���������?%&���������?��������� 3ol8e|e have   the  matter in hand,    y  A>U<xA*  ASS&sSP  For*' theySrst time in Creaton's his  tqry the finger print system was. on  Tuesday, responsible for providing  :th������ jsecsssary ev*(ie������������ee io setju a ^esisa-  quent jap-for trial. The unfortunate  was J, G^tJrlen, who was charged  before Magistrate MaHaadainB. with  forcibly entering Creston Drug ft  Book Store on the night of February  19th and making off with 17 bottles of  liquor: 0'Brieii had been sent down:  tor twc������ years at Cranbrook a couple  of weeks agOs afc Which tsnas his finger  prints were taken at Nelson jail where  he waa being detained for transport  ���������lip 'tNewf yf'l'-v^ .  prints^wer^duly; ifbrwirded^ Victoria  and on the usual inspection to see. if  they ui'aiched any previously taken it  was ^discovered that O'Brien's were  the exact match of those left on the  Window at ithe Creston drujgstoreB  which he had broken in order to gain  enti'a ttce,' a;iid*~:: in renioving some of  the shattered paiie bad quite unintentionally provided finger : prints that  officer ^McLaren had sent on to Victoria at the; time of the^^ robbery,-    '  Mrs. H. A. McKowan and. daughters  of 'uranbrook were weefeend "Visitors  Ayith the forEa^r's; psjtente^ Mr������ and  Mrs. Gteo. Cartwright. :,y.y  (': Prank ,.P.ut*nair*h..:'wturbe^' oa... -Tb������rs������ ���������  dayy^lastf:; frbm?5||^ufflsi^f ^^  BeaverdeQ and Vancouver.  HOUB1C PLANTS  00,  Ooraniutu,  irt.  Xiejffonla.  fiil   Fern.  ita   Prlmulft.  SUL  J.������y other vajjolF honm plant.  . as,  ColifioUou oi wua Fiowtivm, ttt tMt a&m>  od, upon to oblldren aaaer 14 yetucm of ana.   No  ontty t*w roqalrod.    Tlio prlso, a Bi>oolal by  Mra. atovonu.  O^I������<������l������   (������������M������������Mll������1   pHw^Ml*    Mlwin^*   fUnmrtti.  ������������j   *"������^f.  Uauou   Ucut olnfflo outry.   Bwo*>p������takoB.  To non-membeie of tbe Institute  there will bo an t-ntivy too of 25 cants  for each competitor.  nin|f, Jiine 4th. at S.30 o'clock, at V������id!  schoolhouse,  fSpecial buslnesss ��������� Com-  ^j^^M^^sty'fii^fcj'sr'''..-^"'.--,"='-." "���������-"-'r-"        'aP ': p'  ...^.-llilir^^bi.t<ad Church Service ba Sun^-j  ydayvSJune^Swi; Will be at il ai������u^   *  ?;.li^:m^?wi������te^f*^ on;  Saturday   night,   and     already the'  berries and other crops" show the  benefits of the wetting.  The. water has risen so high on the  flats that part of R. tTrVs strawberry  crop is in danger of being ruined.  The burner at the Winlaw sawmill is  completely under water.  ' The Winlaw mill was shut down  most of Monday owing to a broken  boom allowing drift logs to enter the  channel and block the way of the togs  to the jack ladder.  Miss Irene Huscroft of Oreston was  here for the weekend, a guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Ogilvie.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers'  Association are to commence work at  once on a 30 x 40 foot addition at the  east ond of the pre cooling plant. The  new compartment will be used as a  freezing room to put berries in the  best possible shape to ship* out for fam  and for the manufacture of ice cream  flavorings, and it Is hoped to have it  in use by June 20th. The erection of  the freezer is entirely due to receiving  a grant of another $5000 from the  minister of agriculture at Ottawa, and  the money was votrd due the efforts  of R. H. Gale, who was also successful  a year ngo In' getting a similar grunt  for tho pro cooler.  A very enjoyable day wao cpent at  Kuskanook on May 24th, when about  100 mothers and oblldren took part in  a picnic. Five oars and Mr. Slxsmlth's  trunk made two trip* to convey fche  pEcnlcera to their destination. Lunch!  waa served, and the afternoon spent  with various kinds of sports both for  yo������������l* nnd old. Of eowttsc all brmdn.  were On the wharf when tho boats  pulled in. Tho children wora* served  with nil tho ico cream they could eat  as well ao peanuts, which wore tho  gift of Mr. Cameron. Aftor supper a  baseball game waa played, filrla va.  boyo. with tho boyc winning. . Tho  plonlo committee wish to thank K.  "OVit Jv������ Uri, v. VYiffttii, ������?������ vv'jtgen, it*.  Rlngheim ar*d O. Taylor who kindly  put thoir cara at the disposal of the  holiday makers.  m  ��������� A-. !^bi<B^i^*^f������^ .  yt^drWl^liftti^i^^^^ "'"'  fof^  "p^;mtt%P*m/.mar- ���������_ '-t������cw*cf  -���������^fo^-thfe^iiafst-"^' years ^j^bi^ularly..  atJcf? tliat orgauizaticm  atid  the  ) 6itiii^'8f1;bf "-Creaton  appreciate:the^ej*^rti^fcp!^'tna^  hasfyRut^ forthHsmc* eiitBriiig  publici life, and has now brought  success in a project, that will  mean tliousands of dollars to the  buBiiieHB interests of the village.  SONNBRS FEBR1?, May 31���������  Approximately four males of new  graveled highway, several miles of  resurfacing and considerable main  tenanoe work will be done by the  state highway department iu  Boundary oonnty thia summer  aooording to O. J. Chaffing, district  ongineer of the state highway  department, who was a business  visitor in Bonners Ferry, today.  The new- surface road will be  constructed on the CppejU&nd Pbrt-  hili"->6ttte.' Tho commiBsiotiers of  Boundary county -have made a  levy to cover the county's share of  the cost. I* is the understanding  of both the county ofFiciala aud the  state highway department that the  remaining four miles of the Copeland Porthili road will be completed next year. It io also possible  that arrangements oan be made  whereby the entire eight miles will  be constructed this year, but at  the present time .the highway de*  partment is planning on only four  miles.  Engineer Chaffinu stated tliat  the new road work would begin in  about 00 daya  Mias Flggott and Miss Yuill of the  school teaching staff at Cranbrook*  were weekend vEtltors with Mr. nnd  Mrs. Knott. Tho Indies nro from  Scotland nnd ore just  completing a  ������������#���������������������������������*������ ������������������������..iV������������������*rr������������   #,������������������������������l������Jn������,������   mt,    thi.   jrll������rl>..  ^ - - ��������� *-   ^   ��������� ..���������-.������������������,,, ��������� ^ ...        .......  slonitl city und came on to Canyon to  sea the valley in blossom time.  Rov. Mr. Helqulat, Norwclgan  pars-  Urickson autu owners were great  Mism Mildred Audeen and a p^fty of^IbbserverS of: the 2itn of fMay bolulay*  ?-  -    from Cranb-^k were^o^  friends  vigitors.forjthe weekfyod^at-^  ���������^herfef"'p������i ''^P^ypPP^P Ps. -P.   P'a-P-���������'..''-'  ' .'^wairs'.ftii^  atttos^li^ivp^i^ y  ^SgMb^be^^ '.    "���������"/'.? ?fyf?  Kxisserotdfor tne-weeaena.  yy f :Miss'.^S^ura' Andeen le^t^ftn; fM'6hd'v^s-  for Nelson, where^ she. is-f yisitiri^'ywIt'K  tt!B*f9ister,;**M'^-'Ab-''I^Pa"K^ ���������  fSCfea^era;  here  McGonegal of, Creston'  was here lor the weekend, a guest of  Mrs."Ragotte.  Miv and Mrs. Howard have just left  for Spokane,.where Mr. Howard will  undergo an operation.  Miss Grace Randall of Creston spent  the weekend at Kitchener, a guest of  Mva. Hunt. '.  Messrs.^ Foisy, Ellis and Red mile  were Creston-callers during the week,  making the trip in the latter's new  Whippet. v  . Miss   Elsie   Nelson   has joined the  sales staff at the N. K. Devlin store.  U. A. McKowah < f Cranbrook, is  spending, some time in Kitchener,, and  is busy locating a desirable site for the  new Mash & Door Company, sawmill  Mr. and Mrs. StDenis and family of  Moyie were Saturday visitors with  the latter's mother; Mrs. Geroux.  Local and Personal  Fob Sauc���������Karly tomato plan to. J.  Pascuziio, Sirdar.  ���������   Wantkd���������Strawberry pickers   and  packers..   Fred Luwla, Creston;  Po������ Sawi���������Chevrolet light delivery  truck, in good condition. John  Kendra, Oreston.  * ���������.  WANTPEn���������Six strawberry pickers,  house with ptove for, accomodation.  Victor  Carr, (Alice Siding). Crouton.  Lost ��������� Thursday afternoon, on  Erickson lower road, one wagon axle  nut. Reward. W. J. Trltscott, Creston,  Wanted���������Twelve good, reliable  straw berry pickers. Good accomodation    for    outnldcm.       IB.   Nouguier,  Canyon.  ArrtjKS��������� For sale quantity of smalt  apples In good ohapu, Itomn Beauty,  75 cents per box delivered. Percy  boffey, Crenton.  Typbwiimtkb For 8at.is ��������� Underwood No. 5, In flrst-claco condition.  Owner han junt piirnlianed larger  machine.   Box 27, ICeviow.  packers,  with accommodation,  bring  5-our own biding*, ready Juno 10, anu  oilowed by ra������pb������rry picking.    Robt.  Stewart (Alice Biding), Creston.  vW*&  p&S34ri-<!i^  wi^ymm^^^^^r _   -, On?a^cotm-ro^tb^ siiowery weatHeip  Erickson and:-Tfabfet^'^u'i^df':tb?:;'be: post^  poned until a later date^  Misses Beth' Putnam and Joan  Kemp and Messis, Levers and Miller  of Creston were 24th of 'May visitors  at Cranbrook.  N. N. Bentley of JECdmonton, Alta.,  is "here on������a business visit thia  week.  Mrs. M. Bandy of Seattle, who has  been on a visit. with her son, Tom,  left on Tuesday for Cowley, Alberta,  where she ie visiting with ber son,  Clarence.  Miseee CotterlU left on Sunday for  Chicago, Illinois, being called to that  city on account of tbe serious illnets  of their brother-in-iaw.  Mr.   and  were motor  week.  Mrs..   Ed.   Klingensmith  visitors to Spokane last  GRAND THEATRE 1st  Frl.-Sat., June   2nd  DON'T MISS  udU   lluylti  with  Ronald Coiman  Alice Jovoo  Neil Hamilton  Noah Beery  Mary Brian  An  William Powell  Norman Trevor  Ralph Forbes  Viotor McXiaglan  adventures of thireo  story of tho  brothers  in tho French Foreign Legion  ���������"Tho Exile of the Self-  Condomnedl" A valorous,  reckless, bravo company of  men ��������� adventurous scamps,  but heroes alll  REGULAR PRICES THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.  r**  is f^oocl tea*  The Orange Pelsoe Is        .  something extra���������a special teat  ** In cleans bright Alumintsm  International  Conference  Held  At   Regina  Third International Wheat Fool Conference To JJe Held soon  The Third International Wheat  Pool Conference will be held in Regina. ou June 5, 6 and 1 next. For the  first time, representatives from cooperative organisations other than  those engaged ih the marketing of  grain will be present. Various pro-  Miice pGOjS ftja \ve*������ as consumcy s co-  'operattve organizations froua several  .parts of Jthe world will be represented at the Conference! L.ast year's conference was held in Kansas City, Missouri. $  Let Us Celebrate  A year ago the people of Canada engaged with a very real enthusiasm  Sn the celebration of Dominion Day. the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation,  it was, of course, an especially memorable anniversary and lot weeks and  months many committees of public-spirited citizens spent long "hours in  planning and preparation for the notable' ceremonies which, marked the  sixtieth anniversary of Canada's birth. Tlae effect of tliat g*eneral observance of Dominion Day from sea to sea, and tlie carefully planned and  well executed programmes, including educational anct historical features of  great value, was at once notieeable in the greater pride and renewed con-  cienee in Canada and its future which was displayed, by the Canadian people.  Tlie year which has since elapsed has been a year-of expansion and  prosperity throughout the Dominion. Steadily, even rapidly, tlie Dominion  of Canada has grown in national stature and in international importance,  it has commanded, and continues to command, an ever increasing interest  in other countries, while oxitstanding sn$yi\ and women in realms of government, education, finance, commerce and industry,, not only in Canada, but  throughout the world, have referred to'this Dominion as aygaong the most  lavore<i of all lands, and the one'country above all others which, today offers  the greatest opportunities and tbe brightest promise for the future.  The Diamond Jubilee celebrations of a year ago helped to arouse and to  stimulate the national consciousness of the Canadian people, and, because  no country can be truly great lacking a national spirit and consciousness,  the celebrations last year have more than repaid all the time, thought aud  money on them.  It is not sufficient, however, to the cultivation and growth, of- a national  spirit and national aspirations that the birthday of a nation be widely and  iittiugly observed once in every sixty or one hundred years.. Individuals  observe*their anniversaries annually. Once a year every successful business  establishment takes stock of its position, notes its gains or losses, anfl.,'in  tiie light of the experience thus gained, plans future operations. Every year  boys and girls reach ihafc, period in life when they grasp the inner meanings and fiepths of tliing3 to which formerly they gave little or no lieed. A  nation should, therefore, devote time and .thought to a suitable recognition  and observance of its national day in each and every year in orcler tbat its  significance and all that, it-.really' represents may be impressed upon tbe  minds and engraved in the hearts of its youth.  This article is a plea, therefore, to the people of Canada that they should  profit by the experience of a year ago, and that Dominion Day this year,  nnd in each succeeding year, should be more generally observed than w&s  the case prior to last year. True, it is not possible that such, annual observance be on the scale of the Dominion Jubilee celebrations, hut Dominion Day  can be observed each year in something more than the rathe*- perfunctory  manner which prevailed in most places prior to 1927.  It'is gratifying to note in the columns of the weekly papers of Western  Canada that steps are being* taken in an unusually large number of communities to again fittingly celebrate Dominion Day this year. But the number  -of such places could be largely increased, and it is earnestly to be liop-oa that  in those communities where, as yet, no definite action has been taken to  organize citizens' committees for a proper celebration of "Dominion Day,  i928, no further time will be lost in talcing such action. It is a duty we owe  to the growing youth of Canada that they be taught to observe the natal  clay of their country, and .that through observance of Dominion Day a true  love for and pride in. Canada be developed.  S������  S  P  saj   -as ft -arjr   'rt ��������������� c*b������  Aii ^.Anaemic    Condition    Kasily  Recognized���������-Calls    For   a  Blood Builder  In most cases of anaemia the symptoms are almost the same. The sufferer grows pale and is easily tired  after ihe least exertion. The appetite is fickle and the patient loses in  weight. Sometimes there are headaches, and often inability to sleep  well. As the blood becomes thinner  the symptoms become more pronounced abet often there are fainting  spells. AH this shows that the blood  is thin and watery, and at the very  first symptom of this condition tfa.5  patient should take Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, the most reliable blood-  builder and nerve tonic known. The  sole mission of, this medicine is to  enrich the blood, and when that is  done all the distressing symptoms  disappear. Among those    who    have  | reason to praise this medicine is Mrs.  M. E. Patterson, Shanklin, "0T.13., who  says.-���������"About four years ago I became very much run down, I could  not eat, sleep nor rest, and I grew so  nervous -that the smallest things  would annoy me. Eventually J. grew  so weak that I did not thave strength  to move about without help, I was  just a miserable wreck, and^became  very much, discouraged as.I had tried  many medicines which failed to help  me.    In this wretched state a friend  ^urged me to- try Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. I did so and before long found  they were helping me. Gladly I continued taking the pills until I, fully  regained my health and strength o.nd  I have since continued in the best ot  health. Later my daughter became  anaemic and six boxes of the pills restored her: to health?.*; ������������������*? Strength and  color. Naturally I cbrislder Dr. Williams' Pink i Pills a blessing to weak,  run-down people."  You can g"et these pills through.  any decier in medicine, or by mall at  50 cents a box from The Dr. Williams-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Cuticura Soothes  Burning Aching Feet  Battfi* the feet for several -minutes  [���������wish Cuticura Soap and warm water.  f titan follow with s light spplicatioir  of Ciiticnira Ointment, gently rubbed  in. For tired, hot, Irritated feet this  treatment Is most comforting;. Cuticura Talcum is cooling and refreshing,  *>Mr*pl������ Zm*> Vreob-rVaU. AddresaCantultftn Depot:  "BfentiMM*, Iia,, Kfoatr**-.." Price; Savp 25c. Ointment Us and soe. T'aisum xSc.  Cuticura JS having Stick 2Sc. -..  I  MP.  Takes Place 0������ Sight  Gauges   In    New   Airplane   Enables  Pilot To FSy Blindly  An  aeroplane, which   can  find   its  own way about is the latest wonder.  This has been invented by a French  aircraft designer. Anew set of gauges, which a pilot, can. learn to rea9 in  a few hours, takes the place of human sights-  Twelve French pilots w.ere the first  tp give the new machine atrial. At  the  beginning  each was  inclined  to  spiral,  and then  to  wobble a  little,  but when they had become vaed to  their instruments, they were  able to  control their machines perfectly.  Bringing In Settlers  During the first four months of the  present year the Canada Colonization  Association was responsible for the  settlement of 2*24 fainiliea bti 4^207  acres of land. -       ?'  'USsappear."-' ~-  When sufiTering from cuts, scratches,  bruises, sprains, sore throat or chest  and any similar. ailment, use Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Its healing  power is well-known'in every section  of? the cdmniunity. A bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil should be in  every medicine chest ready for the  emergencies that?may always, be anticipated.  The judgment    of    Solomon    was.  miles away, turned, and came back to  the    iake-off.      The    new    invention.  should be invaluable    for   flying    byi  night or in fog.  They flew blindly to a point thirty   -fea*' ^t he never tried to umpire a  TLTot a City Beautiful  To paake Ottawa second in beauty  to none of the capitals of the world,,  is planned in a mbasure which proposes the expenditure of $200,000 an-,  nually for 30 years, with an immediate outlay .of $3,000,000. One of the  principal features of the improvement  scheme, is the formation of 5. large  central park. ~    ���������-���������  Among some Indian tribes of "North  America it is customary to cut the  hair of widows and forbid them to  remarry until their hair has grown  again to its original*length.        x  i'or itheumaiism use Minard?s  iJni-  ment.  Nearly 25,000? London school children began to -wear spectacles in the  past year.  RIB YOURSELF OF FAT  INJURY  'S    EXERCGSE  STARVATION  ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS. Guaranteed satf-afaetory or money refunded.       NO THYROID,  Hundreds  of   men   and   women   are  using  this   scientific   reducing  remedy  with  marvelous  results.   Sent  by  mail  only,  postpaid ; in plain -wrapper,   $1.00 ,  per   box,    or    3   boxes   for   $2.50.  MAIGRIR DISTRIBUTORS  525' Pacific   Bldg.,   Vancouver,   B.C.  Aeroplane Service For West  Expect To Establish  Flying  Service  Between Winnipeg and Pacific  Coast  With the^ultimate object of establishing an aeropliauie service, between  Winnipeg and "Paciilc coast cities, the  Western Canada Airways limited  has purchased the Pacific Airways  Limited, Vancouver. Plans have already beien made to extend the activities of the Pacific Company to  take In part of Alberta and a larger  territory ou the seaboard.  The highest peak in the Canadian  Rockies ia Mount Robson, in British  Columbia. Thia mountain ba3 an elevation of 12,972 feet above sea-level.  Hat Brings High Price  Ono Of Napoleon's Sold Recently For  Fifteen Thousand Dollar*  One of "Napoleon's hatg, a well-  worn specimen, has been sold at auction for 515,000. The hat will not  leave Franco, since it was announced  that the purchaser waa a French  army offtcar.- The hat. In the shape  made famous hy Napoleon, was accompanied by a certificate guaranteeing that It had heen sold by hia valet  in 1&14 to an old clothes man.  Appointed Danish Consul  II. P. Madsen Will Represent Danish  Government In Northern Alberta  H. .P. Madsen, of the Edmonton  City Dairy, has been appointed Danish Consul for Northern Alberta,  with" headquarters at Edmonton. Increasing Danish settlement, estimated at 3,709 in 1027, is given by the  Danish Government a������ the reason for  the establishment of the consulate.  The territory will likely extend from  Red Deer north.  Here's flow  A London vicar has proposed the  pharglng- of an extra fee of $1.25 foi  weddings whore confetti is used,' to  pay for the extra work of cleaning  afterward.  No A&thma Remedy Wlce It Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy ia  distinctly different from other so-  called remedies. Wore this not so It  would not have continued its great  worlc of relief until known from  ocean to ocean for its wonderful value. Kellog-g's, the foremost and best  of all asthma remedies .stands upon  a reputation founded In tho hearts of  thousands who have known Its benefit.  You Can Always Keep  Your Farm Buildings  in Good Repair ^  For 1VouJ������1������3  4ue io AfCla  iNDiaesvnOM  *CIDtiT������MIAO-S  H������A������TB������JftM  Sto  Til 51C*  ' i^ffl   i^H  i^ffl ^^3     i^H xHJL ^  K,.'*e������f* add in tbo common causa ot  Inditfeutlou. It roRiilts in pain nnd  ri.-i-unio.sr* about. Uvr* houra nCtor eating*.  Tiae quick corm-ir!Ivo i������ an nllcnll  v.-Lil* i������ ������>������"Uli������llv.(!i' ar-kl. The best col*-  r������<tlvf In PhJllij������M' Mlllc of Mftjrii������>riln,  It lut.Fi i-t-iwjilncd Htu.nilai-d with pli*ynl������  <-n.t������iM  in   (lie .'><'  >'4'J������rH. Hlni'.O   IL**  hiven-  tuw,  C\n^ H*r*.'.<������iiI'uI ������>f miUUiuft' Milk of  M^ljnc.'jlii  ������3<-h1 t fiiii-.r-M  hittiantly many  times its volume in add. It la harm-  1om������ rmtl ta������telosrt nnd Ita action in  qulclc. Yon will ntivot' rely on ernda  method*, never continue to wuWer,  whon you lenru how quickly, how  ploaHUivtly thlu premier method acts.  Plen������e Int It Hbnw you -now.  Be hure t.n get tho g-ftnuino PhtllipH'  Millt (if! MaRiioKla iirnvHcribed by pay-  ulclnnn for no yoawi In correcting 'ex*  ceam acidrt. lOac.h bottle conlalna full  cl Ive c I Ion ��������������� - ��������� an y <\ i-i i gff' Itore-,  British Army Men For CantiJa  Will Arrange To l*lace DemoIiUJ-r.od  British Boldlnrn On L.unrt Hero  . Col. J. H, Sttbbarcl, Commandant  of thc British Army Training Centre  at Chislcdon (Wiltshire), Knglancl, Im  now in Canada planning to draft out  largo numbers, of demobilized British  Army men to Canadian farma If aat-  tafactory arrangemoniti cuu be mnn,������3e  with tbo Government and other organization;!. Up to the present, most  of these men have gono to Autitralla,  tbo Colonel otatea, where tUoy havo  done aplendldly. Tho cou rae of farm  training Is thorough and begina six  montha prior to actual discharge from  tlio army.  GYPROC  Advantages  for Farm  Buildings  Era������y to u������e.  Low coat.  Workable n������ lumber.  Cannot waj-p, bulge,  crack, ftlirfnk or burn.  Tikkcn any decoration,  R������al*talie������t and cold.  Voranln proof.  BlimLnM������n repair*.  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Other people who likewise  don't g-o to work for tho love of it  nre tlione of 2R, 3fi, 45 and na,  T*t5*^4i:^,ni J.'������i3iii������������"i.S. ������&.- Jssncct Mica*  w.   n.   v,   nan  WRITE FOR FREE BOOK  Canada Gypsum ond Alobnstine Limited,  WlnnlpeK, Canada.  Pleace Bend me handsome Tree heofc, ,<<Wnll������ llrnt Kelle-ct  Good Judgment," Riving valuoblc information on Gyproc  aud home decoration, -  Nome..   AdclrcH������   ������������������������������ pi * *������������������������������  "EMPIRE"  7-.W  Fireproof "Walil>oarci  mmmmt^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  Jlri������.Jjfa-riM.I������-l J^.^JjLJijt1l1|M.a in-....���������������.���������......^.1 ���������-������������������-. .J -��������� ��������� -     -  ! .....!������������������   -    ������������������'. ���������<���������"'  r������ a ������ i I .m  .L J3 llf  JLtJii V Ui; W,   ' UICKSSTO-N,     ������5.  AWARDS ARE  MADE COVERING  'W:A-K-;-1-llS\li  ������������������ w    w oh era *������          w ft-a vl   am 0 m aa  *������ V   ���������m-rMA-ab.       -as* *%#r **^m^ *%%*������*  enies Dealing In  imnaigranon reriniis  Ottawa. ��������� Canadians have been  awarded $6,289,389,341 as war'repara-  tions against Germany in a report by  Commissioner   James   Firiel,   K.C.  The total amounts include '���������������1,246,-  868.75 assessed in favor of the claim-  . ants .���������������������������������������������.ana '^2^042,520.59 |representiiig  five pier cent",: interest oh all awards  ' calcalat^'^JiiIar^.loV/+9^f/ ;.. sP,'' ', .'  Claims dismissed by Commissioner  Firiel totalled .^SOsand! involved $21,r,  556,846.6s. Eighty-seven claims,f totalling*. ������4,391,544.40 are dismissed in  the report with, the notation "no action, claims withdrawn, or not pressed, may be  considered dead."  The records the report states,-cover ipsa:of life; and?property anf the  British, ocean liner LusitanLa sunk by  a German submarine off? the coast of  Ireland on May 7, 1915; on tlie Hesperian sunk by enemy submarine Sep-.  iember 4, 1315, and on other passenger and merchant- vessels; merchandise lost on ships torpedoed; claims  of fishermen and owners of fishing-  vessels sunk by submarines- or raiders; claims for property destroyed in  enemy territory; internment claims;  claims of insurance companies for  war losses; air raid claims; claims of  ship owners, and charterers; claims in'  respect to nurses and soldiers in hospital ships sunk; claims,in respect of  the Halifax explosion and other miscellaneous claims.  The awards of 1,613 claims dealt,  with range all the way from S30 to  $246,000. - The largest- amounts are  awarded under the headings of steamship losses, \v3iieh. include $326,316  awarded the Canada Steamship  Lines; ������346,000 to the Dominion Co^l  Company; $300,000 to the "Dominion  Iron ,and Steel Companyy&ndyS405,-  000 to the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal  Companjr..  The T. Eaton. Company, Limited, is  awarded ������138,796.15 for merchant  dise lost on 19 vessels and goods  seised at Antwerp. The total amount  of this claim aggregated .*^165,231.-IS.  Former     Solicitor-General-   Declares  *   Charge Is :Wrong  Ottawa.���������Hon. B. J. McJVIurrky,  former Solicitor-General, denied absolutely ��������� before the parliamentary immigration inquiry that he had dealt in  immigration permits for ������100 apiece  as charged by Alderman M. J. Cold-  well, of Regina, before the immigration committee.  "I was astounded and stunned to  reacl iri the papers the statements of  Mr. Coldwell/'f Mr.- McMuray said.P T  denied it .and welcomed" the pppor-  tunity of coming before' the committee and clearing away the charge. I  was glad to read the denial of the  minister of immigration. What he  said was true. I have had no dealings  with? Mr. Forke? since he has been in  pffice.":,yy;-.::. :.f.y?,f :-:... ,.  ��������� Mr. MciKuriray explained- *he had  been elected in 1921 from North Winnipeg, which was half foreign; born.  Many of these people wished to bring  relatives to Canada.  "I assisted them, but I never  charged them a cent," he said. The  .numbers had become so great that.  later on he had charged them telegraph costs and such things. Then he  had turned them away.  The -records of Mr. McMurray's. law  firm of 1932 showed that seven applicants had been handled by his firm,  "in aAstrictly legal way." /  The legal feesyebarged varied from  $15 to ������50; After his return to Winnipeg in 1928, four cases had" been handled at fees of ������25 each."  I  CHIEF JUSTICE OF ONTARIO  THrrhlr    T3V������V>       OS-ir-        liTMlIf^^  chief justice "of Ontario/- who was  chairman at the Canada oratorical  championship held in Toronto, May  16. .   -"  Frown Oa Sundav Labor  uuuvi ovo a vavu  Ivellogg   Plan   Would  Make   Armies  Useless Says Ramsay       *  MacDonald  London.���������When the great powers  sign the treaty suggested by the proposals of the United States Secretary  of State Frank B. Kellogg, the armies  arid navies of the world will shrivel  up, Ramsay MacDonald, fprme&*y labour Premier, declared before the:  American Chamber of Commerce at  a luncheon.  "Sign a multi-lateral pact outlawing war," said the -leader of the opposition in the House, "and these  false securities we have faintly trusted, these defensive armies.which have  never protected us, will disappear, because tliey are useless."  Mr. MacDonald described the Kellogg peace note as "this magnificent  declaration of- simple fact."  With one part only of the British  reply Mr. MacDonald found fault ������������������  that regarding self-defence.  "When such a treaty^is signed,"! ho  eaid, "self-defence becomes unnecessary and any aggressor immediately  becomes an outlaw." '-������������������ ���������  Alberta 'Will Take Steps To Enforce  ��������� Lord's pay. Act  Edmonton.- y��������� Attorney-General  Lymburn is instructing the Commissioner of Provlneialv"PoIice io notify  all police detachments in the province  that it will be the policy of the ,de-  partment-t-o secure a> wider and better  observance %������ the law in. respect to  Sunday work.  The local police will be expected to  co-operate -with the citizens in maintaining respect for the provisions of  the Lord's Day Act.  Mr. Lymburn points out that under  the extreme weather conditons that  have prevailed at critical periods of  the past two years, considerable leniency iri regard to the Sunday law has  been exercised, because a certain  amount of Sunday work on farms was  unavoidable.  ..He says that this is not, however,  to*" be taken as establishing a precedent, arid the law f of the land still  stands. An effort is now, teeing  made to appeal to the interest and  good judgment of the general public  in the direction of better observancc-  of the day of rest.  Says%St, Lawrence  Scheme Unnecessary  Report Given To Senate By Shipping  Federation Officials-"  Ottawa.���������"It ia our firm conviction  that as far as Canada* is concerned  the project is untimely and unnecessary," said A. L. W. MacCallum,  manager of the Shipping Federation  of Canada, to the Senate Committee  on waterways with respect to the St.  Lawrence project.  Mr. MaCCallum assured the committee that ,the organization which  he represented was concerned only  with ocean shipping and that it was  not wedded to any particular port or  ports in Canada. It felt, however, that  the immense expenditure on such a  scheme as the St. Lawrence waterways could only be justified if it waa  proven that the benefits would be  large.  - The Federation had given special  consideration to the matter and it  has come to the conclusion that the  expenditure at present was not warranted.  Thornton WiO Serve  On League Committee  r*. ,,. ~ _ *  President. Of C. N. Railways Has  Accepted Appointment  ^Geneva. ��������� Sir Henry Thornton,  president of the Canadian National  Railways, has accepted ��������� an invitation  to serve as a member of the League  of Nations Railway Committee.  Major-General Raymond D. Can-  dolle, former manager" of the Great  Southern Hallways of Buenos Ayres,  also has accepted an invitation to  serve.,   . ������������������-.'-''-���������--a a,-  Montreal.���������JSir Henry W. Thornton,  K.B.E., chairman and president of  the Canadian National Railways-has  accepted an invitation tb become a  member of the railway.sub-committee  of the" advisory and technical committee on communications and transit of: the League of Nations,, it was  announced here.  The sanction, of the Federal administration to the acceptance of the  invitation was given to Sir Henry by  the Prime Minister and by the Minister of Railways and Canals.  As Sir Henry may not be able: to  attend some of - the meetings, permission has been ������*iveJi ��������� to P. A.  jClew-s, European; trafiic manager of  the^. Canadian National Railways, located at London, , to represent him  when occasion requires.  May Not Ife Nominated  Reported That Hoover?s Chances For  Beprablican Nomination Not  ... ". So Good f  Washington.���������It is the well-founded fear in informied and influential  Republican circles here that Herbert  Hoover, prospective candidate for the  Republican presidential nomination,  cannot'-carry the f. country against  Governor Alfred E. Smithy of New  York, whose nomination as Democrat  candidate seeriosassured^,, and this  fear ' may eventually block Hoover's  choice as party leader. ;'.  .  licwyer himself with  every policy of the Coolidge administration and. is the popular Republican  candidate. His nomination, however,  is far from assured. The formal dp-  position to his candidacy within the  party is fairly, strong and well organized. '.  ROYAL SOCIETY  HONORS THREE  Buys Another Airplane  Baron HuenefeSd Now? "Owns Sister  Ship' To ijhe Bremen  Albany, N.Y.���������Baron Gunther von  Huenefeld, backer of the first successful westward flight across the North  Atlantic, has purchased the Junker's  plane Europa, sister ship of the Bremen, but what flight he plans in the ] im payment amounting to $730-361 is  new plane, are a matter   of <* conjee-  being mailed to members of the Sas-  Coarse Grain Payment  Saskatchewan    Coarse    Grain  -Fool  *.Making Second  Interim" Payment  Saskatoon,  Sask.���������A second inter-  Shrine Destroyed By Fire  Regina.���������Statuary constructed during the time of the French revolution  was destroyed In a fire at the Sacred  Heart shrine noar Lpbret, Sask., east  of Regina. The shrlno was levelled  Origin of the blaze has not been-ascertained.  Many Dead Sn Mine I>l^������Hter  Malher, Pa.---The Ill-fated fMutiier  Vnlno scene oC a disastrous explosion,  continues to give up Its dead, Thc  known death toll reached 82 and mine  experts*, yaitl tliat all other missing  men numbering 315 would be added to  the list of -dead.  niewjorlut To fcUuierai iiootU  London- The foundation atone.i of  lhe Salvation Army training collcgo,  which la to coot $1,625,000, .have been  laid. The building1 lo hoTnjg' creetod  at Denmark 1.1111,.in the Soiilhcaat ot  London, aw a memorial to General  William Booth.  Gives life To Aid Science-  Doctor   Studying   Source   Of   Jungle  Fever Succumbs To Disease  New York.���������:An expedition irito Africa in an attempt to discover .the relation between South America and  African yellow fever resulted in the  death of Dr. iiydeyo Noguchi, of the  Rockefeller Institute.for Medical Research, the  institute  was advised.  Dr. Moguchi, discoverer of the  source of South American yellow fever In 1916, died at Accra, West  Africa. Recently lie wrote to New  York friends that he had been stricken with African yellow fever and had  been tn an African hospital from. December 28, 1G27, to January 9, this  year.  He said his own was the first case  of _tho disease to come under hia observation and that from his bed ho  had directed the innocmlatlbn of a  monkey with some of his own Infected  blood. Tlio animal died 12 days later  and. additional experimentation, his  letter said, disclosed the micro-organism responsible for tlio disease,  ture.    ���������'"��������� . ���������_. .��������� y *.  One report is that the German Baron, Captain Koehl, and Major Mtz-  maurlce, would attempt y a* return  flight to Europe, having the . new  plane shipped to New York irom. Ger-  many. Baron. von Huenefeld, how-  evei*, denies 'that such are his plans.;  He said it was poslble that the  plane would be shipped to Ireland,  and that he and Koehl would fly it  there to Germany,* but that the plans  were indefinite.  "jDost of C.N. Equipment  Ottawa.���������Thc Canadian National  Railway purchased !j;56,024,210 wortli  of equipment in Canada from 1923  to 1927, inclusive, It was stated in  reply to a question in the House,  katchewan Coarse Grains Pool.- Thfs  represents a payment of 8 cents a  bushel on all grades of bats except a  few very low grades; and 10 cents a  bushel on all grades of barley, flax  and rye. This brings total payments  to growers by the Coarse Grain Pool  for the 1927 crop to.the level of 53  cents a bushel for. 2 c.w. oats, 75 cents  for 3 c.w!. bai'ley; 1 n.w. flax, $1.75  "per bushel: and 2 c.w. rye, 05 cents  per bushel basis Fort William.  Winnipeg. ��������� Distinguished   scientists  and scholars honored three fellow members of the Royal Society of  Canada,  in    annual    meeting-    here.  When    ������U^Sf ".I-'fU'QS-    ntt.or<"o    mnm    rw.**,.  ferred  on  Bliss  Carman,     Canadian  ���������poet;  Dr. A. P.  Coleman, F.R.S., of  the University of Toronto, scientist,'  and Dr. Thomas' Chamais, of Quebec,  historian.'' "���������:  To the distinguished Canadian poet  vvas awarded the Lome Pierce medal;  Dr. Coleman was the recipient of the  ���������Flavelfe znedai, arid Dr. .Ohapais received the Tyrell medal���������the highest  awards which science and literature  can bestow in Canada.  The presentation of awards made  by Professor A. H. Reginald Buller,  F.R.S.C.,   of   Winnipeg,   president  of  the Society, featured the evening session held at the University of Mani-  xoba.j v  Many  papers  on  important  scientific problems and addresses by outstanding historians were 'delivered beforevarious sect-ions of the society.  -An interesting paper was presented by Wf P. Thompson, of. the University of Saskatchewan. He displayed slides    showing    the.   effects     of  "crossing" wheats of various strains;  how the    chromosome    numbers    of  wheat  could be calculated in second  generation plants, and many Important points in the practical breeding  of grains. "���������  Wheat,  for example,  he said,  can  foe crossed with ryeyprovided wheat  is the female parent, but not if it is  the male. '; '  'AP- surpi. of $35,000 has been placed  at the disposal of the Royal Society  as the nucleus of any endowment fund,  "by the Carnegie Corporation of New  Xprk, it was announced by Sir Robert   Falconer,   president  of   Toronto  University.  The amount, he stated, will be retained exclusively for endowment purposes.  ..In reporting to  the  convention of  the Society, Sir Robert said that the  endowment  /committee    had   -given  consideration to  the   policy  of   raising a fund that would enable the society   to   be   somewhat   independent*  The. Dominion government,  he  said,  so far had only given $6,000.  Other assistance, However, was being sought.^     ...............  Sixteen new fellows wei*e declared  elected to fill vacancies in the council. They are: Sir Robert L. Borden,  W. K. Boyd," Ottawa; Robt. H. Clark,  Prof. J. S. Delury, Prof. D. C. Harvey, of the University of Manitoba*;  L. L. Stines, Saskatoon; Geo. W.  Scarth, Montreal; Stanley Smith,  Albert Ferland, Rev. Father Hugolin,  03kar Klotz, B. R. MacKay, Right  Rev. F. X. Ross, James Malcolm  Swaine, W. Stewart Wallace and W.���������  T. Waugh.  ' !,������, 9Jr Arthur Currio 111  Montreal.-��������� General Sir Arthur  Currio is confined to his home here  recuperating from a slight illness. It  is understood that Sir Arthur will  visit Eiirope after McGill University  closes for the summer holidays.  W,    N.    U,    1738  Japa Rtftdurn PdHoners  Tokio.' ��������� Advices from Tsinan,  Shantung, nay that after confererioo  with tho Nationalist authorities' tho  .lupaucKU agreed, to rocurn to Lhe local Chinese police all prisoners and  munition taken there In the roc ont  trouble'. ..  Scots From China  ���������"���������' J. S. and Mrs. Caldar are SeottlHh but thoir nono am Ohlneso If ono ia  to dtirlvo nationality, from place of birth. Thc passport problem was u  pussxle but wrt*i solaced in ono way or another, for hero thoy are "AH aboard  the C.P.8.S, 'Molita."J". B. Caldcr, senior, has  resided  in China for twenty.  Sentenced For Mall Theft  Toronto.-~CharloH U. P'ettlt, loc^il  pOBtmiwi, was Bentenoed to four years  In penitentiary for tho theft of let* j seven y������ars  and hia ������oiih Hiioke  their  nativo  tongue  b<sfor������  limy lenrawl  llCngHHhi   They go to Maglond to school.  teiH from the mailH.  Alberta Forest Fires  Fire Raging  On  Both  Sider**.  Of  the  Athabasca River  Calgary.-~Flre Is ragmg on both  sides of the Athabasca River where  It joins the Slave River at Smith, divisional point of the Edmonton, Dun-  vegan nnd B.C. railway, a telegram  informed the, Calgary office of the  Dominion Forestry Branch.  J. R. Hall, supervisor of the Les-  Bcjr Slave National Forest, is in charge  of fighting the fire. It Is not in tho  National forest but in the near  vicinity.  T. F. Blefgen, district supervisor of  fire protection, said that tlie fire hazard In the whole Northern portion of  the pi-ovlnce was dangerously acute  owing to last year's grdwth of rank  grass and absence of fain to any extent so far thia season. No damage  haa been reported. x  "If present weather contlmiccl It  will be very difficult to keep tho firea  under control," Mr. Blefgen said.  Honor* Go To B.C.  Crescent Beach, B.C. ^ William  Brnnkaton, Ron of Mr. and Mrs. W.  Brankflton, of Nanalmo. a pupil of St.  Gcorgq'w school, Crescent Beach, won,  a opcclal prize awarded for geometrical drawinK by tlie Royal Drawing  Society of London. He took live honors and a pnart for first place in the  ���������njt\<r\<.\,   ->t   -to   HMlrr?**!,   "|<������n/������'!rw   -nnjuinn**.  70,000 contestant*. THE-CBESTON  BSTISW  I  Tales asset Legends From Crestwood  BY MBS. C. C. FRENCH  CHAPTER IV.  The Story of the Golden. Float  With Industry apace,  And all the world for a mart,  Nature? here abundantly Has bestowed  hill, just across the line, started up.  Her -gifts for trade and art.  "A good many years ago," she said,  when   thffi*e   were  "hardly  any   wislts  i and not hear more of these interesting  I stories.  - "Just to think of the days when there  was no boundary line here/'she continued, "I well remember when the first  lightt shone from the Custom House at  Rykert's. and the little town of Port-  I  used to like to watch, tlie reflection of  the lights from its stores and post office gleam across the river and flicker  almost to my feet. ������������Fhey were wild  days then, and when the lights burned  on long into the night X Snew that a  m&rrfaa-e   David   became   a   wanderer  througli tbe Indian, tribes of the nortn,  and. finally settled in this valley, and  later married a Princess of the Kootenay tribe.  I have seen him pass heremany times  ������������������������   CO***i������ii*r������<n% i ������T?s   AjguTS,    n'icu   GYSr   ou.  feet tall, and piincely in his bearing,  with dark, kindly eyes, bronzed ccm-  p-lexion. and black -wavy hair. He was ra  kind and dutiful father,- and was also  much loved by Hie Indians.  (To be continued)  PLACE ORDERS NOV/for  people here at all. two prospectors came  in from the Wild -Horse country and  camped at Cedar Cove for the night,      , .   .        ,   - _,-  where t^p r.-vcv sli**- *������= w*"'"'"! i*&p-aen= ! P������*er some was being played.  ed~ there "the nighFoseepie was MUed.',. ^en ttoere was Sam Smit!^ stage  The next morning one of them busied , ^e 5fw������h ran from Bonn^'sJPerry to  the head of  the   lake   at   Kootenay  It used to pass rigUt along  himself with cooking the breakfast and j J^JS^*  the   other   one   wandered  about   the   ^S"**^1*'  Cove as prospectors: usually .do'to.'see  what he could find. ~3fe was just about  to return to camp yfojr breakfast when  something glittering'^ little caught his  eye, and he went over to it and nicked  it up, and it turned out to be a rich  piece of float which had evidently been  carried down by the slide. He hastened  t **> show it to his partner and they made  test of it and found ft to be very rich  V' n   Kent���������5Ti.tn-rni'in   house   nn  Barton   Avenru*\      A. Anderson. Vic  toriu Ave.. Ci-raton*  r.  *���������������      CTrtf^!  ---   b������*������j���������  -f-"y  OX^ffmffo&w  wEKJjr   awuv'  ed up the creek in fsearcn of the  mother=Icde. Tl^sy Siunted fqr it all  that day .and also the nexiysyith no  success, but on the. afternoon of the  following dray asey fcuxwi a narrow  ledge,of very rich ore from which "the  float had undoubtedly been broken off j  and, carried down by the slide, so they  extracted some of the ore and brought  it- down to camp and in about three  days' time they had about one hundred  dollars* worth of gold.. But as they  were running short.of provisions they  decided to go to Walla Walla, which  was then the nearest place to get supplies. As they, passed by me on their  way out I heard them say tbat they  expected to return again in about two  months' thne, bat when crossing the  Spokane River one of them was drowned; the other one reached Walla Walla  safely but was unable to return as he  had expected. Sowe^er, about ten or  twelve years afterwards he returned  with his son, then grown to manhood.  In the meantime, a fire swept over  the mountainside, and, oh, I was so  worried for soy-life, but it. was a good  thing I was cJf on these rocks here by  myself, for it never reached ine. However, it changed the appearance of the  country so much with the fallen timber and younger trees: and brush growing up, that they were never, able to  find the lead again".  In later years another man found a  small please of float in the vicinity, but  was never able to locate where it came  from. Another; man cornea ; in - here  nearly every season te hunt for the lest  lead but has never succeeded in find-  ing it, yet, but a small piece Jof radium  was found hear Boundary Lake, I think  it was.     ��������� ������������������.,. ���������.---_.::-A~z������*y~^C^-���������-"*'���������.-..  on cljutchiess Bidge," only about two  hundred yards from here. X could hear  tlie occupants of the stage taising  sometimes, and the tap-tap of the  horses' feet as they trotted along over  the meadows, and occasionally Sanrs  voice urging them to make time.  Yes, then there was that chugging  thing that used to come down the river  from Bonner's Ferry and'stop at the  rive? asd ls&������ points^ the fi^st stssiS-=  boat, and it did used to Jar my nerves  so=   I was glad when it- stop*������edL  Captain Long, I believe, was in charge  of one of. those first boats, and now I  hear that his wife, "Qran&iaa'' Long,  is living in Cieston.  She made a visit to Crestwood last  summer and, thought it was such a  pretty place, and said it reminded her  so much of her girlhood home in Oregon, adjoining that of Dr. John Mc-  Loughlin, that historical figure of Hudson Bay fame, and���������by-the-way���������his  grand-children have played on these  same moss covered rocks where you are  lying, right at my feet���������little Angea,  Johnnie, Amelia, Sarah and Annie, the  baby. Tvo seen them all, and i-here���������  sleeping in the little cemetery- st Porthili where the sun's last rays can shine  upon them���������5s their brother. David Mc-  Loughlin, son of Or. John McLoughlin,  tlae "War Eagle of Qie North'* he was  called, and with him rests his wife, their  Indian mother. t.  David's sisterr LSrs. "Dewar, has told  of many incidents In David's early life,  when he was a dashing youth,* full of  Hhs fire and vigor ot early manhood, in  her book entitled "McLoughlin and Old  Oregon," and-of his romance -with the  beautiful daughter of a Russian sea  captain. H3s father sent, him to Eng*  land to be educated and later he received a commission in ihe British army  and was sent to Afghanistan. Later on,  seeing the possibilities for a young man-  in this great -West, he sent-fqrrhtat'to^  return to Oregon where ne was   "Yps, I have seen many changes since  I hayeyseen here/'"she said, sard I held,   ..���������*- ..������-*. ,���������----   ,?������������*������,*������, ������*   ***,  my, breath lest I should interrupt her [not being able to obtain her hand in  in his father's office for some time.  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Heel  Local and Personal  Workmanship-guaranteed  ������������������Second Hand Store in  ^A������IMM������fM**t .  Mrs. M. Yownff left on Thursdrtiy  laefc on a t-hrree-mcinths*' holiday visit  wlfth relntives in England,, sailing  from Montreal on the Sit*. Sbe will  also ' visit with Rev- S^ and Mrs*  Newby for a few d������y*a at Norwich^  '  Mrs. H. Sugh Taylor left at the end  of the week foi* Vancouver, where she  is attending the Dominion conference  of tbe Presbyterian W.M.S., which is  in. session in that city this week. She  represents the KooieHR^ presbyteriai.  Three of our former townsmen are  figuring in Orunbrook's alt star baseball teaitV* this year. Ben Esmbree ie  playsng sh^rtBeld, and Mickey Argue  Hiiu JDoc Mittun in the outfie'cl.   They  ftULT oa a wheelhaae of 107 iache#���������focr  inches longer than before . . ^ swtzos low-  so the road . . . and *witb its hood streaming  back in graceful, unbroken lines to blend with  contours of the Fisher bodies���������-the "Bigger and  Better!-* Chevrolet is everywhere hailed aa a car  The ne'er radiator is higher and narrow*?^ end  embellished with a large, flat, all-metal radiator  eape The hood is longer and deeper���������^Imdi^  interpreting the greater stamina, staunchness  and Seeteess of the new chassis. Windshield  posts are slender -and graceful, bodies are beanti-  folly beaded and paneled, hardware is' of period  patters, and roof-lines are smartly low.  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'mmmmm  OOAJL. -���������'���������.  '':���������'.;    GAli-T���������rthe best mined  ...... . f...   .r  M' IB    .      . .".J0M&*.;  IJf';yf'^  ���������1* '  Q^Oi   lalJ.-. JBBm.      mm       l>*iwi  were rather badly triromed by Ijnnt>  bertbn on thef holiday.  Ideal weather prevailed for the  Victoria Day" holiday on Thursday  Irtst and every available anto was in  its owner's fa.miiy and  "of town for the- day.  and Bonnerr*. Ferry re-  tinu&uallp   heavy   list  of  ������... i���������������������������  friends   ont  Kuskanook  ceiving   an  .visitors.        ���������'''-'  Mvb. Disney of Nelson has just  arrived to take charge of the restaurant which baa opened up in the old  Hatfield building on Fourth street,  opposite the Oreston Hotel. The property was purchased about a year ago  by M. J. Beninger who has fitted it np  specially for h. cafe.,  P. Philip, deputy minister of public  works, Victoria, in company with the  district engineer, . Wm.. Rameay of  Nelson, were here on an >'offli;ial visit-  on Saturday inspecting the i-oadmak-  ir^g operations in the Valley. They  also made the trip by auto over the  old K.V. roadbed route <jf the north  and south biRh Way. y  .  Liieut. M: D. McIienU, who whs ' third  in comnmnd of the 125th forestry  balttttiora which \vhs recruited and  went "overseas li������*m Cs't'Stcf.n in lSi7 in  charge x������fr Major MnHandfiisie,'" h������s j.t{st  heen^i^jTOd-^  tipn-f^n fthter^Fernie riding but has;  asked time, yl^i^ilferthsider. : Mi is now^  ���������wbrkin^in^b^^oihes at* Miehel."^Sy^A   -  ..i,<.The:?'Jl!d^yv'-'SaI������������,foff ^bking; pr'odtice,  'neif3drfw<>rk. white Telephant-^;.y*K:itb  seFrvirig^of ^y:isjf^sluitfi^ts. under a the  atisfpjces of the Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church on Saturday aft erhoori, was a  great financial success.y the cash intake  running close to fIQOfi Mi*s. ttichard-  sonofErickson held the lucky ticket  on the fruit cake that wjis raffled.  .''^The final  d8,aftf^f|^the^''ii^riement  ���������-i. ���������i-'^r"-'~ -:-P���������j'.^frA .. ':'-*v-  eouimittee? oxf^he.^*^tjjgied Ch������*rtib vs-am  hsitsded out si? thfe^^ingfsession of  the B.0s .6otiieit&iad<&i&i?y&aTie&Uver oa  An early.day pastor, Re^ Fred Xm.  Carpenter, will this year bs located at  Port AlberAi. Kev. BS. W. Bees; who  was here in 1917, is now at Salt Spring  Island,   while   Bev. J. H. Hamilton,  thn 1019 nnntrav ia nt -Rfottpicululo.  CHAS..MOOR EC .E  &tO. t%J\r\f& SUfiStfBVCifS  AFtaHtT������OT  o^������#ro������.  ^.o<  I  n  Fly KiH Liquid, 50c., 75c. and $1.25.    Gophercide,  75c. tin.    Formaldehyde, 50e. lb.     Paris Green,  60c. lb.    Arsenate of Lehd, 40c. lb.    Black Leaf  "40", $13:50 for 10 lbs.  . Full line of Sun Visors, Sun Shades,  jalein  rilaocjctits  *    'T^������-t������t������������������ ������fro  _     -  _     - j^  mjiiwii >Aj������  SPORTING GOODS BATH CAPS  Kodaks and Supplies*  Wednesday Jasti "and'.fshows* Bev. R. j  B."-'Cribbi^^^t'seled^., te|-:succeed  Bey. J. i^rd^a^as^pSis^orli^f Trinity  <Qhui-cbe Crestqi&l' Theiftiew'jpastbr is a"  married nianj| w^th- two children, and  at ps*esent iocatfed in Dawson pity.  y In -looking over the Iqcatsoria assign- j  ed former Creston pastors byfthe B.C.  United Church eon Ference j list y closed,  it is noted tha^the.���������4lSi^!^^'^^in������8te,"���������  Rev.  Geo.  from  Shifted  e,   on  Kno*sv  '��������� Vff*^3**4^ . - ^mr^������m^\ i?vu  wnere he wili'b^^ iiia������i|erlHfiafetonai-y  -���������ip$i  y*:  mmPmmA  SUBOIVISIOH LOTS 3864 and 312  Rent 10 percent on pHce per year,  f        leos S per cent. cash..  No.  J  ������������:  w,  I?  are  near   Erickson  of Farms   mailed  5 acres, on highway, aback, crop...*Jl500  ft    "      "        **������������������    * ptsurfc^   "   ... 1250  5."      ������������������        "**-?���������,    house,   " ���������.��������� 2000  ������   "     *'       " partly   "   ... 2000  g       ������...    M   ..~, -       .   .   .������~������   "      ������ 2QQQ  ft    " .    ���������*      ������������������**������������������'��������� ," '.'"'". .��������� 2000  ^    ������. .. 44 .       ...  ...     ���������, ,4        -<���������    gQQj,  fi       ...  .    ..        ,     ,,'.;��������� ,    ... ., -   gp^,  __.   8 ������������������," ���������.** -Jt; ���������.*:-.���������         oor-lot r������������-r ..rTSaOO  18, 111-2 acres, sown ttmotby-olover... 2290  14, 111-a   "        "������������������     partly alfalfa  2870  lfi.ll 1-2 ������         >*     ^^     V  : "       a 2810  18,11 "        " -amothy pasture... 2760  17.11 "          "          "  -.#*y������       ... 9760  Ml 11 "          '*   '.-   *���������            ���������������      ... 2760  f30    0 .-    -P.'* ������*��������� .*"       J. 1188  21 . 814    " ���������'**   "*'��������� 'I      -   "       ..I 1676  37.   71-2    ���������* ���������'     ';������������������* *���������:       " " 1SS0  '   m, h     . "  GciatBlverandBrlok- "  son Station...:.:.....;.?... .-...���������  1600  82, 10 acres. Goat River and Krlok-  son Sldlnff..... ��������� t...  2500  Price paid by owner in 1925, plus taxes.  land 2, 10 acres, house, barn und  fruit, $0790.  All  22  farms  Station.  Blue Print Plun  for$I.  TERMS���������10% Cash;   balance, 1% prtn  cipal month.  DISCOUNTS 5% on one quarter cash  down.   10% on one half cash down.  ��������� 15% on three-quarter cash down.  20% on entire amount cash down.  25% on entire amount of $15,210.  See your agent or write to owner  direct. O. O. PBTBRS, Boat 78M������'  Mlami, Florida, U.S.A. *  W���������*w*M%*wm wi������>i-"M m.n,immvmm*mmmm..lmm*.m*mimm,,.mmmmmmmmMmmmt*,mm.m.������t^^  In the matter of tbo Mlnoral Act, R.S.B.C.  19'/4f. and Mi fki matter nf Sections  28 and 48,R.SJ.C.1924,Cfiapter 167.  To A. H. GIBBS. E������q. (First* Miner).  OWifffinWAB yem are a co-owner of tbo mineral olalmH known and doocrlhod oh "Iolantho."  Iolantho. Nftl," ."Iolantho No.8," ''Iolantho  Naa,*r'*Iolantbo No.4.- "IolanUta NToua/' "Oonn-  try CHrl/' "CountwrOlrl No.1 "* ^"Ommtry Girl  No.2lH "Ooantsy Girl N&V '^UiwhZr hchm-  anil altnatod on tho lCaat Rldo ot tho Kootenay  Xjtikfft, near dlnol LamHuff, In Uio Noluou KCLn-  Inu 111viBion. Frovlncw of llritkah Oolumbla;  AND W1IICIUCA8 you havo aojrleotod and  refonert to oontrlbuto yonr proportion ot tho  oxpondfture an roaulrod by 8ooUon 48 of tlio  "Mlnnral Aet'rl>elnv Chapter 167. ll.aiJ.C. 1034;  TAICW NOTlOJfl. that applioaUon will bo  made after ninety daya and within ono hund-  rtml eueia twenty (120) dayu from tha dato of tho  find publication ������t tlila noUoo fo havo the *atri,  abovo'tn-antlonod mineral olalma rooortied In  the namra of the romalnlnjy oo-ownerw. '  timta of drat publleaUonrMatwili Strut. Wm.  ^VATiw,.ae ^vaii,..4^u,'j4iW..Scard .day-, of  D-obniary, A.D.������      ^  -   "���������_ ���������  IK Ma������lX>NA!JX  Solleltnt f������������" *io oivnewir  I5, IV !kJrpv,n������*  I* F. Tynan  T. if. I*oan  THE REXALL STORE  fffe&'tf'C&Tfi&i nsign &  ns*****   yncdiun unygi m esuur saun^  GEO. H. KJBXjE^T  _���������*.  PRICES NEW FORDS  4mTijTJLT������ EQUIPPED  Pheaton��������� ��������� ���������  Roadster ��������� ���������  -  - $745  - 730  Sport  ���������B  >a.-.<rfcB'ayaj^  luaor    ��������� .��������� -  Fordor ��������� ���������. "���������  m    _  JSm9B  AoAo Chassis  S3  ��������� 9S0  ��������� ��������� 880  - 980  * ��������� 735  815  u  2*  I     PREMIER   GARAGE  B'rsr-������r-*������-*mB*''rM  A Good  MARKETS   fluctuate ' and   conditions  .change, biit thie hazard* ofc faxming  are less wHcaa, the farmer is clso a buiiD������as'"  Miian. y;*:y ���������:.,>1'  y-V;.  'f*. y,"'    :' "''-'';':'f  However, as tbe fanner has not every  opportunity of keeping in touch tsrith tha  Business World, a good Banking cb'oriec-  tioii is especially necessary to him-^-the  .Bank Manager provides a re-idy contact  with business -affairs;      ;  Our country Managers command the  knowledge and experience of the whole  Bank, and every local Manager is devoted  to furthering' the ' interests of the com-  . mtinHy in which; he resides.  Any Brandt of the Bank uM give you painstaking  jxdtdce and dspendabla service.  OFCANADA  ORESTON B/7ANOH O. W. MJmRN.. Mfn.������������r  Bmbohii**! Inv������rmere, Cranbrook aad *������rnfa  mm  .used as  a bank Haa many <Ub**������  advsisitages.  Money. Carried tn. ��������� Id. is easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  orstolenu  will accumulate rapidly. *  * tt^rdiMuak jkll   ^/m.m^   ��������� ^b. h^k^^.������^       ^mm mm^.,^m..^..m^^t^tm      mm^^^m     ^t/t^mmmm m^^^rm**^^*..  cuKuiu or mrtfe ac������>wcitft are wetconaeb  ��������� '    ���������  IJtUS CANADIAN BjAjSOK  OF COMMERCE r  (331  Cttltca. KraiicSi  H. J. tBcwbei*,, M������Jkaeer(  ���������..p^.,.^^,^.,^ THE   BEVOTW*   X^SSTQ^   B,   -ft  ���������wlies* a������ food seems  to agree witb Baby���������use  Eagle Brand. It nearly  always solves tHe problem.  :1\  a  *Vm& mmat*3*9*\ V  Marlr������Hn0   Tniir  S. VKS  Canadian National Railways* Tour  "To Great Britain ami    ,,  Denmark, 193S"  ���������������/  Baby Welfare  S^oohs..  on the care and feeding of infants. Write  The Borden Co.,  Limited, Montreal.  ass   ������j:ontmuea. -  Our first engugemeht on the following day was to visit Liverpool Cathedral, one of the most beautiful examr  pies.of modern architecture in, Great  Britain and the largest ecclesiastical  building in the  country.       It is  58-1  , feet long and will take in. all 75 years  I to complete. It has now been "build-:  ing twenty    years.    This    wonderful  i cathedral is exceeded in size only by'"'.-,  j St. Peter's.  Rome,  Seville Cathedral,  j and St. John's Cathedral, New York.  The style is  Gothic and the building  material red sandstone. The roof is of  solid copper. It is ihe first cathedral  to be consecrated    in    the    northern  counties for 600 years.  The memorial chapel to the men of  the diocese killed in the War, is perhaps the most impressive part of the  beautiful  building. Here is  to repose  and cold storage-facilities for storing  chilled and frozen meats.  "We spent the morning in looking  over the fruity vegetable and produce  markets The party was divided into  groups with well informed guides, and  fwas shown the produce in the roai-r  ket sind 'th'*- iiiei.li*-*'*^^ *^^ *%<������-������.������������*rt������������y oix  business. From here* we proceeded to  the tobacco factbry of the Co-opera*  five Wholesale Society, where every  operation in the making of cigarettes,  cigars, plug-, twist or other forms of  tobacco was showh to us in detail and  before leaving we we re presented  with a substantial box of cigarettes  and also one of cigars.  We-next saw the buying room of  the C.W.3,, Avhose samples of products were spread olit for our inspection, also samples indicating the  standards which they    required    i'or  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JUJMiC 3  JESUS   FACJN6  BETRAYS   A"NO  DEATH  ; Oolden Text: "I*Tct what X -will  hut  what Thou wilt.'^Mark 14.38."  ���������  Jjcsson: Ivtark 14.1-42.  Devotional  Heading: Friaim 22.1-5,  18, IS;  WORLD HAPPENING  BRIEFLY TOLD  JLMA       ������j%  ���������V"������v*-vn������-*rv+*<������.*">l*������     "Hf! f^i"1      "l^,'~5 Vm.       Hi  of gold, a book containing the names  of 40,000 men of all creeds who gave  their lives in the Great War. The volume itself has taken eight years to  complete ancl has cost S30.000. The  .���������    ..  ���������  i    .-    I. . i  . i. i   ,��������� -. cliaoei is s'iiiged with   the  crests CUv.  J. Ra^ay MacDonald'I^or .ead-! ������^ g������%������S^������gg$&. U  er and former premier, will start on j ^hich. are depicted some of the great-  a holiday trip to Canada at the end I est acts of sacritlce in history, Fl&nk-  of July.. He will be aeeomoanied by | ing the Holy Table, which is beauti-  hi^ tbree daughters ' fully wrought in solid  oak,  are two  Hit. ttuee aaugnteis. f ^ life-size  bronze  figiires   of  a  soldier  Just to prove it can he done, two j and a sailor. -  waiters   are   hiking   from   Berlin   to j      The ceiling of the nave is the loft-  SQxplanaiions ahd Comments*  The Annoxihcement Of the Betrayal, verses 17-21. As Jesus and His  twelve disciples were eating the paschal supper. Jesus suddenly said,  "Verily I say unto? ybu, One of you  shall betray Me, even he that eateth  ^   , ������������������     -    , .   , ^   , with Me." With great amazement the  their purposes. We next proceeded to i disciples heard    this    startling    pro  ���������M1U  lunch in the great Assembly Hall at  the head offices of the society, where  we were addressed by two of the directors, Mr. Bradshaw and Councillor Sutton, who told us something of  the history of the gigantic movement  which has grown from a small organization of 48 afflUlated societies to  onfi with over 1.200; and resources ex-  ceeuiiig   $jCi������j,uuu,wMO.  (To Be Continued.)  Corns disappear when treated with  Holloway's Corn Remover without  leaving a scar.  Geneva,   1,000  miles,   wearing   boiled  iest in the land, rising 116 feet above  .   ., .       ,    .,  ,    ..    ! the ������oor and the stained glass win-  shirts, swallowtails and patent leath-; dow at  one  end of  the  nave  is  the  The   organ  largest in. the country,  has 16S stops and 10,960 pipes and is  electrically operated. It cost ������50,000  and is the biggest in the worid.  We had fallen so  much under the  spell of the beautiful cathedral that  we had to hurry to keep our appoint-  . ment with the Liverpool Produce Ex-  Reports   pf-a  kind   which   usually \ change,  operated by    the    Liverpool  turn out to be well founded are cir- ', Provision Traders' Association. It is  dilating  in  Paris    that    the    "Nobel i organised   for  trading  m   pork  pro-  . -    - .   _   .     ~      ; ducts    Chacons,    hams,    sides,    lard,  peace prize  will  be   awaraea xo  &ec-; meats  in pickle);   in   butter,   cheese,  retary F. B. Kellogg,   this  year,  foi, Cggs,  etc.. and is,  therefore, directly  his work in forwarding world x*-eace. \ interested in    Canadian    trade.     Its  The government intends to out in. i dealings   are   spot   and,   c.i.f.   except  tbe government intends x.o put m , ^ ]ar<J vvhicll m^y be either option or  to  force   the  longr  term  farm   loans' spot_  lts  iard  option  market  is  the  act as provided by chapter 66 of re-1 largest in Europe. The actual trading  Hon.   is  practically all done privately and  ers.  Field "aiarchai *afotit2 Aufenborg  Von Komarow, one "of Austria's most  able generals during- the Great War,  is dead of heart disease. He was 76  vears old.  vised     statutes     of     Canada,  Ernest Lapointe.  minister of justice,  stated in the House of Commons. *  Argument by Dominion and the  provinces on the questions respecting  power stmd property rights on waterways before the Supreme Court of  Canada has been deferred until September by a decision made by Chief  Justice Anglin.      _ ;!-:-'T"  During the first three months of  this year, the value of thc 'mineral  output of Ontario had exceeded the  corresponding months of last year by  a million and a quarter dollars, according to Hon. Charles McCrea, Provincial Minister of Mines. ' y  British movies produced under the  act which compels British exhibitors  to show a certain percentage of British films will probably be shown  throughout Canada. Twelve British  films have been purchased for -tlOO,-  000 cash on account of bookings hy  the United Motion Picture Products  of America,  a large amount by telephone. Consid  erable interest was shown in our visit by -the members  who  gave  us   a  cordial welcome. ? .  .*'*";A tour?of the, Liverpool Fruit Ex-  chang-e aiid Auction'was illuminating.  Each big brokerage firm, has its own  auctioneer. Dealers view the fruit before it is put up for auction, or, during- the actual selling- may be furnished with samples as they require them.  To facilitate this an elevator in the  centre of the pit brings up samples  fi*om the basement of each lot offered  for sale. These may be left In boxes  or spread out in large shallow baskets in order that all dealers may get  a fair idea of the whole lot.  The auctioneers work at high pressure. Much trading is done by signal, and should the auctioneer miss a  bid, as he occasionally does, the dealers express their, disapproval-' by  stamping. The auctioneer as a rule  knows the name of every man in the  pit. It is said that one man has sold  as many aa 16,000 boxes of apples in  20, minutes and on one occasion a  whole shipload was disposed of ih ct  similai space of time.  Before leaving- Liverpool, we had  opportunity to discuss with representatives of the provision trades some  phecy. One of them, one"of that little  band whose lives had been so closely  united with their Lord's, was to be  guilty of so infamous a treachery!  "Is it I?" one by one they questioned. The form of the Greek implies a  negative answer, aa if each one said,  "Surely it H not II" "Who hath.sailed about the world of his ovvn heait,  sounded each creeled surveyed each.  corner, but that there still, reijiairis  therein much terra incognita to himself?" Thomas Puller quaintly asks.  The mood of the.' disciples was ' not  that of self-sufficiency. They did not  indignantly deny ihe charge, not passionately affirm tfheir loyalty. Nor did  they ask, "Is it Judas?" "Is it Andrew?" Each with bated breath murmured, "Is it possible that it'istf?"  This is tlie right attitude for every  follower of Christ. Let xis read all of  our Lord's words in this spirit, asking  ourselves what they mean for us, how  they apply to us.  "It is one of The Twelve, he ihat  dippeth with Me in the dish." Jesiis  added. The dish was the'oile containing the sauce of bitter herbs. Ko  doubt all were doing "this, and the  words only emphasized-the treachery  of the betrayer. To John, Jesu3 indicated that it was Judas, John 13 26.  "For the Son of Man goeth (to His  death), even as it is written o������ Him."  The cross was .not an accident; the  Lainb was slain from the foundation  of the world. "But woe unto that  man through whom the iSon of Man is  *bS*TS.Vd' crrtctrl TOero i* <Vv������������ flirif- Tli.nM  .~.~~--���������j ������-~������ .   ^^ .. ��������� ^.    -������   ������������������..    v-������^,r. .  if he had not been born." The last  sentence is a proverbial expression  for the most terrible destiny, "forbidding the thought of any deliverance,  however remote." "Dahte's estimate  of the turpitude of Judas' crime-���������he  places"the betrayer in the lowest  depths of the Inferno���������is probably a  truer expression of the horror of his  deed felt by the unsophisticated conscience than are the the modern attempts to explain away his guilt."���������  Wm. A. Grist.  Your Every Need  Firestone Dealers  offer ypu  '' ayf eomplete^ ; each  sup^etsie^r^its" class,, -headed'-fey'  the famous Firestone Gum-I3ip-  ped Sailooa. ; "Ml::^e'vmade:^by-  Firestone in ^tdXe^-sryofcld'a most  economical tire plants���������-an assurance of the most for your  money.  Firestone distributes tires  only through regular service-giving dealers direct", from Factory  fforanchea and authorised distributors ��������� never through snail  order houses or so-called special  jobbers.  the Firestone Dealer  nearest ybu. ^3e is prepared to  serve yon better and save you  money, no matter what price  tire you want to buy,  FIRESTOMS TIRE & RUBBER CO.  OF CAKAvA MS&XTSX?  Hamilton, Ontario  MOST M!LES PER. DOLLAR  trit^^tl%'M*&  "SSS     *������* mm9      -^mrnsw "*������nr   mW ~^E3SBr   W *^qbv  GUM-DIPPED TSRES  Vires-tone Builda the Only Gam-Dipped Ticca  Wheat Pool Elevators At Vancouver  Over 600 men are how working on  the new terminal! elevator -being  erected by tha Alberta Wheat Pool at  Vancouver.     This-Elevator    will  completed  by /September  1st.  be  Miller's Worm Powders are the  medicine for children who are found  suffering- from the ravages of wornis.  They immediately alter the stomach  conditions under which the worms  subsist and drive them from-the system, and, at the same time, they 0,ve  tonical in their effect upon the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation and ' .ensuring immunity from further disorders from such  a cause.  Canadian Exhibits Abroad  It Will Relieve a Cold.���������Colds are  the commonest ailments of mankind  and if neglected-may lead to' serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  will relieve the bronchial passages ot  inflammation- speedily and thoroughly  and will strengthen them agaihst subsequent attack. And as fit eases the  inflammation it will usually stop: the  cough, because it allays the irritation  in the throat. Try it and prove it.  ���������AAiA~ -��������� ��������� ���������,.     ���������' ������  Bienfalt Brlquetting Plant  Alterations are being made to' tho  existing machinery at the Briquette  plant at Bienfait, Sask., and foundations are being built for additional  machinery from England, of which,  it is expected, there will be in the  neighborhood of thirty carloads.  Peevish   nalc   restless   and   slcklv  of the V^^lema in marketing Cana-  children owe their condition to  worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will relieve them and restore  health.  dian produce in Great Britain, and  gained valuable information as to the  requirements of the British market  in bacon, cheese, butter, and eggs.  We were now due    to    leave    for  Manchester in-the magnificent motor  coaches of the Globe Travel Company  calling en route at tho Walton Hall  Piggeries,  the famous  hog breeding  centre owned   by    Lord    Daresbury,  whose herd of large Whites or Yorkshires has won awards at the most  important shows   in   Great   Britain.  Several prize boars wero brought out  for our inspection and we were shown  I the  spotlessly clean   farrowing  pens  j and  sorao, of  the  early acanon's  litters.   Individuals of  this    herd    aro  _... ���������������  ,t.   ., .-,.      I shipped to  breedci-������ in  South Amer-  Wilson,' Lellibndgo,   Altft., i 'cil<  Italy,  Fiance, Hugary,     Polaud,  To read all the United States laws  would alee eight years and four  months oC steady reading, eight  hours a day, counting in Sundays and  holidays.  HEART WAS SO WEAK  Had to Stay En Bed!  Flares Below Pockets  Serviceable, yet unmistakably chic.  Style No. 013 employs one of the new,  supple tweeds woven with metati  threads. The vestee is of cahton  faille crepe. The belt is suede of  course. Indian Print Pussy Willow  silk in combination with harmonizing,  plain silk crepe, two surfaces of crepe  'satin, wool crepe and angora jersey,  are also adaptable. Pattern in sizes*  16, 18, 20 years, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44  Inches bust measure. Size 36 requires  zya yards of 40-inch material with  Va yard of 20-lnch contrasting and  3% yards of binding. Price 25 cents  the pattern.  Our Fashion Book, illustrating the  newest and most practical styles, will  be of interest to every home dressmaker. Price of tlie book 10 cents the  copy.  How To Order Patterns  Mrs.   J  writee.!'���������"*My   heart   vma   very   weak,  wnd I laid -to Btav ia bed for five Week*  with it.  "My ftuut ndvined mo to tak������  Address: Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  170 McDcrmot Avo.,  Winnipeg  ^Btlrtlf^  -"H'E'ART*"*1-'']  *��������������� ������.lt������������ hrnl l!il������<*n ihrm trifh fjood m-  ������iilr*   nff-r.r  m   vvy   bui'l   np<������rntv������n.  ".I. took iliflm jhhI noma timo nftor  m ttnrUir ���������-rirrm 1o rxnmiun ni������ for lifa  iriMtrjiTi*!!) nn������l ]>������ inaid thoro \vua,.*fl0th-  ixiij* -.vioac it ith my heart."  Milburn'H llfart m������l TScrvn Pillrt are  K0r, ii lint nl nil ftruKfc'tnln unci rlftiiW*,  <or ivill bo tetutt-d fihwf. on j-e������cipt of  r.-ifrt hy Tlio 'I1, Milburn Co., Limited,  Toronto, Out.  p*.    m.^m.tm,,m. M **.,*..-������������������..������������������,*m*m ������������������M^.'i^wii'mfM^i.u��������� i.wmn������,��������� m������ *<nm*\*tmt,,nm.m������mimmwm*tm**tm  W.     N.     U.    J7������5  Holland and Switzerland  Manchester, Lancashire's( greatest  industrial city, although 35 miles in  from tlie Hea, is tho fourth port ox  Great Britain. This has been made  possible through the construction of  the Manchester Ship Canal, by which  ocean-going steamers approach the  very doors'of the city.  Within a radius of 50 miles of Man-  crhercter thore aro an many people as  Ihoro/ire In the whole of Canada, and  within a radius of .100 mllea there Ih  a population ot mmo 20,000,000,  about half the population of England  nnd "WaloH.  Wilh HiiHh a p-ronr. oon^umlnf-: nrnn  in IIh immctcliitto environs, the importance of the Mum-hector m.irlcot to all  produciorrt of food stuffs in at oncu  ui)|.iafciut. .It lu for UiIh roason that  it vjiih iutjludotl in our Itinerary. lt������  Hmitliflold Fruit and Vegetable Mar-  Itfil. covers hIk n<ircH and is the larg-  ������Ht of Hk kind in the United Kingdom. (Jthor raarltol.H owned hy tho  riorpnraUon   ������ir������ver  27 ao.r������)M.       Thoro  ! 11.1'tl   u\litJ   jMOVUhul,    U(.lj<>ihih������^"   Umj    K*hlp  I <*ri������*s������ 1,   ������.'xU'iinivo  lalrageu  for   cattlo  Pattern No Size  * ���������   ���������  ������  ���������������   *  ps   *  t  ������  Name  Town  Asthma  Yields to Mlnard'w.    Spread on  brown   paper   und   apply    to  throat.      Alao Inhale.  Will      IMaoe       Canadian       E.vhibils  V     ^ Throughout   the   British  Isles  Major J. G. Parmalee, assistant  deputy minister of trade and commerce, is sailing for England in connection with the installing of an extensive programme of exhibits  throughout Great Britain with a view  to further expanding- thc dominion's  trade. The visit of Major Parmalee  Is a result of the enlargement of the  exhibitions branch which has recently been taken over by the department of trade and commerce.  Among the large centres in which  empire exhibitions will be neld during  tlie present summer are: Aberdeen,  Birmingham, Belfast, .Bradford, Bristol, Hull, Bolton, .rXiCeds, Leicester,  Manchester, Newcastle, Portsmouth  and Plymouth.  HaUCaincIs75  Famous   British   Novelist   Celebrates  IHrihduy On fffdn Of Man  Sir Hall Caino, novelist and dramatist, Greba Castle, Isle of Man, celebrated his 75th birthday recently.  TCnifththood waa conferred on Hall  Caine In recognition of his services*  aa ii writer of propaganda during the  war.  It is understood that Sir Hull Cnlne  Is now engaged In writing his own  version, of the life of Christ.  j Gtite in aB.abj^  *3Awful at Tliree  ~and iiTs Dangerous-  byJiuth33rUtala.  Survo.ylnjr Air T\rall Itouln  A s\irvoy will be made thin year .for  a Canadian air mall route between  Montreal and Winnipeg. Thin will  constat of determining tho boat routes  and locating landing Held:*. Hcceni  announcement ol four <dr mall contractu bubween pointu in Iflkstt-rn Canada forecast more o^tennlvo opora-  tlons along Urdu.lino out an early date.  Thumb sucking does look sweet in  a baby, but it is disgusting in tho  threc-ycar-old and ���������.sometimes It  hangs on until ilfteen or sixteen! The  'habit may cause an Ul-formQC) mouth  or induce adenoids; and it always interfere^ with digestion. Pinning the  sleeve ovor the hand; attaching mittens, or putting on cardboard cuffs,  which, prevent banding the arms at  the elbows, are some of tho ways to  stop tho habit.  Another* bad habit���������Irregularity in  howol action���������Is responsible Por weak  bowols and constipation In babies.  Givo tlio tiny bowols an opportunity  to adt at regular periods oach day. l������  thoy don't apt at first, n little Fletcher's Castorla will soon regulate them.  Kvory mother should kfsep a bottle of  it handy to use in case of colic, cholera, diarrhea, gns on stomach and  bowels, constipation, loss of sl^op, or  when baby In erops and frw<������riflh, Us  gontlo Influonca over baby's system  enables him to get full nourishment  from his food, helps him pain,  strengthens hi'fl bowels. ,  Castoria i������ purely vogotablo nnd  harmless���������the recipe is on tho wrapper. Physicians have prescribed it for  over !10 yaars. With each package,  you got a valuable book on Motherhood.    T..ook for Chas.  II: Fletehor's  hiKIit'ittl.t,<t! t"-t t-.ti. VV'&'w.ppC*C m<*> yoit A- u>*-.  the trcnulho. \  rTEj5~Q.Fr.sr  B.    U  FOR ALL  'your bakingtiise   s ss. .   I  3  Mode in Canada.-.No Alum!  llliil  liili  JWBBi  ���������'^vrnsf/ni  H  -  n  30  PAINTED  u    BY    NELLIE   L.   McCLUNG  Copyright,   Canada.   *3925  OE  3������  CHAPTER XXIV.���������Continued  With the letter in his hand Jack  sat looking at liis polluted housse -���������  his poor desolate, violated house, the  emblem of his own life. He bad built  this house -with his own hand3, lovingly, taking pleasure in driving  every nail and fittirig- every-'bohrd  And how���������-and nowy-sd it hacl b<sfeh  with his life���������he had lived it cleanly,  elnftji-ri-t-'Xvr  Try as he would, Jack could not believe that Hehhi had forgotten him or  been .unfaithful to her marriage vow.  If the worst he feared was true, it  was some racial fault in her--Helmi  had not sinned as an individual. What  did he. know of her- traditions ? He  felt he knew her but littler although  she was his -wife. Nothing- could alter  that-���������she was his wife.  A. f dqg feamey whimpering to��������� the  door. As Jack opened it the sable eol-  lie, thin and miserable, sorely neglected since old Simf'fiad "gone; looked  timidly in at him. Jack recognized;  the animal-���������the crazy Englishman's  dog*. Mrs. McMann said the Englishman had ystayed a,t >his house six  weeks before. Here was tlie proof,  ond this explained the letters . . ., .  ''"Arthur Warner" . . ; .? Jack had  never, heard- his name. .He had seen  him though, a strange, uncouth, unshaven fellow. ���������  Resiramihg' a iirst impulse to drive  tho dog- away, Jack coaxed her to  come in, which she did, shiveri ugly.  Her feet were sore, :|her nose hot.  Jack went to tbe WCfcher shop and  ���������bought her some meat, which the  hungry animal accepted gratefully.  The dog was hot to blame, whoever  else might be.  The butcher told him about the  dqg, "The crazy Englishman had shot  all his dogs .but her. 'Cleo' is her  name, and it seems he could not bring  himself to shoot her. Old Sim looked  after her until be.'got-hurt and had  to go to the hospital. Yes, sure, I! 11  givo her bones. It's real good o' you  to be providin" for her. Thc English  man wasn't anv frio-nci Cf vours pith-  er, was he?"  One resolve Jack arrived at���������he  must get out. He could not spend a  night in his little broken house, every  -iaeh of -which -was so dear to him ���������  the little house that had lost its soul.  When Jack left it he did not think  of locking the door, although there  were things in it, the stove, chairs,  table, beds, for which he had paid his  hard-earned money. But it did not  matter now. His little house, which  he had built. so eagerly, had' been  violated.  Jack sealed his letters and_return-  cd them to the Post Office, then hired  a team at the livery stable and drove  to Bannerman, where he would catch  a  train for Edmonton.  On the way  he. met the time-keeper, who apparently did not want to speak, for, although Jack drew up his horses the  other went on. Recognizing Jack, he  feared embarrassing questions in respect to the money which had been  .owing The time-keeper had one rule  ������������������if trouble seemed near make a wide  detour and get around It. Something  might happen before it again comes  near,������������������sojuieoiie ������������ig"u,t' die-���������the world  might come to an end���������the coming- of  the war had made all things possible.  So., instead of stopping when he saw  Jack drawing up his-horSes, * he bur-  ried on.  Jack believed the time-keeper's reluctance to speak was because of  what had happened, and his heart  grew still heavier. A ^pale moon and  starlight enabled the horses to follow  the trail, leaving- him free to pursue  his own gloomy thoughts. He thought,  with- a stab of memory, of the words  he and Helmi said across the running  water. The stream'was silent now in-  itsyfettersyyoffice,, and the marks o������  their feetfin'������������������ the soft, sandy banks  had been obscured long ago. ,^Ie wondered ify Helmi had forgotten it ���������  wondered, too, if he would ever be  able to forget??^  At they top of the hill, when the  flickering lights of the little town  came into view. Jack remembered  Helmi's fears when they had come  there together. "-"It is not a friendly  place," she had cried, "It will bring  bad luck! See, the houses are like  angry, cats about to spring!" And  he"*had laughed at her for her foolish  fancy. He marvelled now at her premonition of .evil! And; try as he  mighty he could hot overcome his love  'for her. He wanted her, his hlgti-tehi-  pered Finn girl, whose eyes were so  tender. Helmi, with the lovely shining  hair and the eager questioning mind.  Not if he had lost Helmi he had lost  everything-. Life could not hurt him  any more! if Helmi had deceived him  he.was proof against misfortune. He  might as well g*o to the war, there  was no reason for his staying behind,  if Helmi were gone; and if he went  he might meet Arthur Warner and  payvoff the score!  Having an hour to; wait for the  train, Jack wandered around the  toiwn. Ke did not wish to talk to anyone. ,;The night was fine and clear,  with Northern lights circling and  folding in the sky with a crumpling  sound like the rustle of silk. Pink  and mauve, violet and amber, they  advanced and   retreated   in   endless  "The wonder metal of the  age'* ^is ������a fitting- term for  AIuminiaiYSo 11 & lightness,,  brightness, flexibility, freedom from_ rust9 and many  other good qualities, snake  it adaptable to a multitude  of m������������*? ������������ chief ������ns fcslng^  as a container par excellence  for good tea���������Red Rose Tea  is packed only in this modern  metal package. jgw  in a place where you would not be  pleased to find her."  "I don't care where she is���������she is  my wife, and I will never believe that  she had done wrong,unless sbe tells  ine so. I laiow her -better than you  do,"    ���������';'.' fyy.y ���������   y   y  "1 am sorry for you, "Mr. Doran,  and that is yvhy I am so patient with  you. This Miiander girl has gone back  to her old associates, the Chinese She  is in one of the all-night e&tiug-hous'-  es. I suppose you know' What it  means when a white girl goes into  one of these places."  Jack satfstaring at him. "Who was  your friend who saw her there?"  "I would rather hot teil-^���������it is hot  necessary -that I shbuUJ��������� and? yhe  wrote in confidence. He knew I wa->  interested. vShe evidently tired of the  quiet vhfehei'e���������-these girls crave excitement. There was some talk about  her and the Englishman who o-wna  the bungalow, at English River. He  Stayed witli her for a, week before he  enlisted. That is common talk at the  mines. Men who are going- out to  fight, ?you know, fake to ts-ttte their  fling-/'?  ."������������������:''-���������'���������.'���������   ' yf  He did hot need to hurt his own  thumb now���������Jack Dorah's face was  enough. It had grown suddenly old  and seamed fand full of hatred. His  nostrils quivered like those of a race  horse. '  ,  He was about to go, out the. magistrate waved him to a seat. "Mr.  Doran, you were very indignant with  me a year ago or a little less, when  I dared to advise you. You were quite  indignant, and of course I am ready  f to admit your feelings at that time  were very creditable, very creditable  -���������mistaken, but creditable- Since  then you have had a hitter lesson, a  very bitter lesson. I did not harbor  any-ilVwill;  on%the -contrary, I was  ���������4.2*1     ������..��������� .3__    4.^.     X.^..  ...������**..������.    ^w.lm'nst       T    ttro er  aun   ������.ts*x\jty    vu   w������s *,&*****���������   j.**o**^������.   ���������.    Wv..*  your friend, even though you scouted  my. friendship." Col. Blackwood leaned over, and his voice fell. "A man  in my position does not expect  thanks; we do not get thanks, but  that is quite all right. We do not expect thanks, but I hope you see that  I was trying to befriend you."  (To Be Continued.)  Teeth and Health  ������,ve  Issued-    By     The* : Ctmatlian     Dental  Hygieno    Council    and    Published  Sy  Tub. Saskatchewan   Dental  '  Socitej*-'"  ii. : :   PRE-NATAL SIST     '  There is a phrase respecting Motherhood "for every child a tooth"���������  which is to say that during the period of formation of the little life certain changes take place in the mother's teeth causing them to decay and  be more easily lost. And this is so.  But why?  Por the rearing of the little structure that is so quietly proceeding,  the little bone-buiide'rsf; in their construction of the bones* and teeth, depend ehiefiy on the calcium salts;  Should the mother's diet be deficient:  in these building stones, the little  workmen are obliged to go to the  only other available sources, of; supply, the fbohesJ and teeth, to meet their  wants. Robbing Peter to pay Paul-���������  if you will���������yet the little structure  must be reared at all costs. In such  a case the mother's teeth are so structurally weakened as to invite disease.  Not "only to avert this disaster to  herself, but ..keeping uppermost the  welfare of the coming infant, and remembering that she must contribute  generously towards the influence that  will make for normally developed  teeth ih her offspring,: the expectant  mother should select her diet with the  utmost care. Hence she should choose  plenty of, lime-containing foods ���������  milk, eggs; cereals, the leafy-topped  vegetables and fresh fruits.  Following- birth also,\ the demand  for calcium^in "the mother's diet Is  still high since, with the infant feeding; naturally, as it should, ihe mother's milk requires large amoxints of  these salts. An inadequate diet on the t  mother's part certainly affects harmfully her own teeth as well as those  developing in the nursing child.  Moreover," it should be stressed that  if the teeth a,re to be of good quality,  the infantsshould at thi3 time be naturally fed. The ravages of tooth decay have been found th be much-  gre ater among* children who as infants had been artificially fed. "���������  The expectant mother should take  at least a quart of milk a day in addition to her other food. This will ensure a proper:3start of the teeth in the  jaws of the infant sit birth arid as  well the proper bony developrnent of  the child generally   -  DON'T suffer headaches, or any* of  those pains a tablet of Aspirin can  end in a hurry! Physicians prescribe  its aad approve sis free use, for st  doe3 not affect the heart. Every drug--  gist has it, buff..don't faii to ask the  druggist for. Bayer. And don't take  any but the tablets that  with the "Bayer Cross."        ��������� ,# ir w������.   trade* marie ^__i  {registered   in   Canada) ,~"*������  iadleattaa Bare; Slaasifactnr*. While it ia  Trail known that Aspirin means Bayer manu-  faotura, to assuro tha pablia asalnst linltatlima.  ���������art^aMetr will S������ sttasp-i with their "Bsyas  Croaa" trada mark. .  British Columbia Poultry *  Poultry _ and    Egg   Business   Ranks  High In the Province  N The poultry and egg- industry ranks  -u.,. -j���������   *nK.^j.Ae-L  "PINKHAM'S  COMPOUND  IgJ   BB IJiulJiliirUL.  t**W       - 6* W    Tsp7 Q TQ mm**   (SBS B H S3     ^7 CSa  99  Read This Letter from a  Grateful Woman  VanPflsa, Ont,��������� "1 think Lydia E.  Pinkhum's Vejcotftblo  Compound  ia  iwondorful. I have  Jhad hIk children of  (which four -arc Iiv-  ff yiw,f ?. fw-i-jsiaiiv;-?-  Recipes For This Week  (By Betty Barclay)  ing nnd my youne-  ost is a Donme  baby hoy now*  fiinhtv swonthi". eld  who weiEhs 2tt  poundw, I have  bulcen your medial no before ouch, of  tlwm was born and  havo cui'tuinly received Kiaut beneflt  irom tt.-I'tiree my friends to take it na  I ip Hure tliey will receive tlie ttamo  lmlp I did-,"���������Mrs. Milton Mo-  J������.1 v.i.vkm, \'nti"e22rs> Untnrio.  W.    N.    U.    37U5  manpeuvrea, shooting, darting,  rolling and unrolling, shimmering and  dancing. He and Helmi had watched  thorn with endless enjoyment from tho  north window of their own littlo  house last year. A sudden impulse  crime to him to go an<jl see the magistrate���������he might know something.  Anything would be better than this  torturing uncertainty.  The magistrate waa in and ehpok  hands kindly���������too kindly! Jack judged from his manner that he had some  damaging evidence and that he was  glad he had it.  "X came homo today," Jack began  at once, "expecting to And my wife,  but they tell me she has gone to tho  oily. I expected to ha home a month  earlier, btit was delayed In tho north.  I can find no trace of hor, nor any  reason for hor going. Do you know  anything about her?"  "I did not know oho had gone, un-.  til today," said the magistrate. "I  had a letter from a friend of mine  v\ho saw her in,tha city.  Jack started eagerly. "Where in  tho city? X shall go there tonight,"  Tho magistrate rubbocl the bristles  on hia chin with a distinctly soiled  forefinger, then with one thumb ho  pressed back" the cuticle on the other  imti lit hurt. Ho loved to* do this.  Witf>ri ho eouldti't, hurt, nnyrtnw e1s������������ h*  Hurt himself. "J wouldn't try to iind  hor, Jkfi'. Do tan, iC 1 were you. SSie la  TOASTED" RAISIN SANDWICH  Va cup chopped American cheese.  ya cup nectars raisins.  6 drops tabasco sauce.  Bread.  Plump raisins, drain and chop, using a coarse cutter. Blend raisins  with cheese and spread, on thin buttered slices of bread. Btat slices together as a sandwich and toast on  both sides. Serv** hot. ,.  1  tal value of egg's and table birds commercially produced within the province in 1927. is estimated at $6,200,-  000. In that year it is estimated there  were 1,500,000 mature fowl on British Columbia poultry farms and, in  addition, close to 2,000,000 yoiing  j birdsf f  "One that prayed to God alway."  ���������A^cts x.?'2'..      ?fyy '���������:'' a' ';.y\,'; ' Pr'.:.S  ,.P^ ��������� -.      Look up!" look up!  A Father's loving eye d'erlooketh all;  Nay, more,���������He all upholds, however  small,  Unknown to Him a sparrow cannot  "fall. ?"?.'???<  "Look up! look tip!  ���������Anna Maria Sargeant  Ah! never ^forget that. Heaven  reaches down close���������quite close���������to  earth, so that whoever raises his head  in a right manner is sure to find himself in Heaven with pur gracious God  and all His holysangels, everi though  'our blind eyes cannot perceive them.  Looking up is our strength.  ���������William EJllery Channing.  VANILLA jrtNSrKET ICE CREAM  (Two Quarts)  1 quart milk.  ���������i.j', pint cream. ���������  1 cup sugar.  2 junket tablets.  1 tablespoon vanilla.  1 tablespoon cold water.  Mix milk and cream together, and  warm to lukewarmr-~not hot, then add  sugar and vanilla. Dissolve junket  tablets In the cold water, add to tho  milk, atlr well a moment, then pour  Immediately Into the freezer can, nnd  let atand In a warm room until lirm~���������  about 20 minutes. Place can .in  freezer, pack with ice and salt and  freeze slowly to a thick mush, then  Anlsh freezing rapidly.  A reliable antiseptic���������Minard's.  Wonderful Paper Machine  A anile of newspaper will be made  every three minutes by 5tho greatest  paper-making' machine In the world,  now being tnade for the Great Lakes  Paper Company, Ontario. This giant  machine/weighing 2,000 tons, will  produce paper 25 feat wide.  GIVE CONFIDENCE  TO YOUNG MOTHERS  ���������Rw  Altwauc  TCf.f.r.i-r\ar *RaJw's  Own  .���������jr. - -tv-v - .----������"-*������ - ���������. jy. ~y   -:������������������"--.  Tablets In the House  A. simple and safe remedy for the  common ills of babyhood and childhood should be kept in evevy home  where there is either a baby or a  young child. Often it is necessary to  give the little ones something to  bfeak up a cold, allay fever, correct  sour stomach and banish the irritability that accompanies the cutting^ of  teeth.  Experienced mothers always keep  Baby's Own Tablets in the home as a  safeguard against the troubles that  seize their little one so suddenly and.  .the young mother can feel reasonably  safe with a box of these Tabletsaat  hand and ready for emergencies.  Baby's Own Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative that act without  gripping and they are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates or other  harmful drugs. They are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine'' Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Lost of people seem to think that  tho command "Thou shalt ttot kill"  doesn't' apply if thc weapon is an  automobile.  HERCULES  ' PERMANENT BUILDING PAPER  Crossword Puzzle i*'or Blind  For the blind, .a crossword pusszlo  Uas been produced in Paris. It consists of a pleco ot ' stiff cardboard  made of many llnea of Individual  square.*, in which tho blind can "pea*"  letters that make up words. Squares  marked by cross lines take thc part  played by the solid black squares of  ordinary croraaword puassleH. Directions are clr^n in Br Mil* printing.  For Hay Vever���������use Mln������v������l"<s.  A  Beauty in a home may  fee only skin d<S������gp.  A beautiful home is not always ^1  comfortable nor easily saleable.,,  Hercules does for a home what  boauty cannot. Tested and  proven wind proof and damp  proof, Hercules make������ a houae  warm and dry at all times���������the  home that buyers seek.  KertCisJcs come* in. ihtec gra������St*  ~~x, xx, xxx���������for various needs. ]  fF A How Hercules m fulfill* our,  'wJ^jA claim* la easily -undewtoodj  k Zv if after an examination. May waj  send a few uamples?  .mm.fmlmmmm,fmmmmmm.        mm, ��������� ym. ������m HM.rtU- ��������������� '"-'��������� ������������������'������  HAMILTON, CANADA  7 THE  ������BBSTOH REVIEW  C*"  t<  v.  I O. B* Garland of Nelson was a weekend visitor with Creston friends, a  guest of Major Mallandaine.  Fob8ax>B���������22 Barred Ko'ek pullets,  high class stack and laying: heavily  xVSiss Alma Johnson, Gieston.  -miiny laiiiiiii  THE MOST  ���������   of -.  THE BEST  for  Tf-liv LEA:  Money  r sour f Feed,- Hay soid \*raiii  at equally attractive prices.  AGRICULTURAL LIMB���������a few tons still on hand  on which we quote a marvellously low price to clear  Creston Valley Go-Operative Assra.  |    Fob SauEvBee supplies, consisting.*  3  a  GRESTOfi  Two Stores  ERICKSOK  s^fe^.yss^fegfei.j&^se  m  tsttu ^sieriir.^tos, * whss is attend Is*"  high, school at Nelson, whs a weekend  l loiuui   mvu,iiu |NU'rili)* rioie.  Me������= , At BLySSacKay and daughter  of Moyie .are visitors this week with  tbefor-Haer'a Miother, Mi-p* Bolton.  Fob 8A3UEC���������Guinea Fowl egga. <$!  dozen. These .must be bet under hen  one  month.     John  Blinco,   Oreston.  -.. Lost ��������� Thursday afternoon, on  Erickson lower road, one wagon axle  ������s������jti ^Seward W. *. Truscsstt Ores-*  ton. '���������        ���������'   - ;f?f?  Fob KKNT~4-i*oonn bungalow*. nic������������iy  located, $20? per month including  water. Apply Miss B. F. Arrowaraith,  Oreston^'.. ���������  Waotbd -^ twelve good* reliable  straw berry pick^te. Good accomodation    far    outsiders.       B.   S-hutguter,  Canyon.     ..'?���������'.;'������������������   '--  yMrs.  Bolton .gat-hack  on   Monday  from a weekV holiday visit with old  friends   at   Blairrfiore   aud   Coleman*  Alberta.  Fob Sazjs������������������Wicker baby buggy and  -go cart. , Ai*>o b*ij*rrel i-hurn, and ohe-  mun  Kirstin stump  puller.    Enquire  Kev lew Omee. ���������-..,.  Apples���������Por sale quantity of small  apples in Rood shape; llo'me Beauty,  *?6 cents per box delivered Percy  Boffey, Creaton.  Ed Grant ���������������f Vancouyt'r, who has  been a visitor with Mr..and Mrs. |3. ti.  Holmes, 't-eturheO to . the coast on  ThtsrHday lastjyv*;?  ���������  Mes. Tattes-saIS of Slocan City was a  visitor at Creston a few days at, th������  end-������>f the w-tek, a. guest of her sister,  Mrs. ;P. H. Jackson. .. ...   * P  Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Greenwood left  .qn. .Saturday on a nssiten- visit  to C������l  gaj.-y,   Alberta,    and    travel   via   the  Banff-Windermere road.  Tin?mw������TSM& Foa Sale ��������� Underwood ?No. 5, in ; first-class ^condition.  Owsf; has J sis!, f purchased  machine.    Box 27, Review.  .*&     ���������^r***tr*������9**m^*r*w*  JV*.        4.W\(UWUV*U>U|  uecn excluders, -o Also a few good  rawn conet������. Wouldgiike to tfc^-flne  section of spring tootfrj harrow. 3n-  ui re Co-OperativeiJ* Store, Creston.  has. Clay, Creston.  Thc Women's Institute Announce  sheer annual noiver show, with which  goes a sate of cooking and serving  refreshments, for Trinity United  Church basement, Thnredssy afternoon, June 14th, to which the admission ie free und all are invited.  Mr. and Mrs. ?������>. M. Loasby ol Van-  coilver, who have been visitors at  GrafsbroQ!* the past ten d������.ys, ars  again guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Cook.    During  his stay Mr; Loasby  V.--..  j!,_ a  UlD|JUSOU  toaarsng^oar to H, W.- Mc������=nren.  The settlement committee of the  U nited Church ha ve con firmed the  call extended U������ Rev. J. Herd mar*, by  the congregation at ������ew Denver, ana  at the end, of June the pastor of Trias-  ty will leave to take'rip nis new work.  KsiivfKl-tOi!    anu  Sand on.  English Gingham and Frintej ia latest patterns  and guaranteed fast; colors, per yard.. .���������.������������������.���������.  Newest patterns Wash IRa^us^ jptei;i yard .;���������... .^..5  Japanese Crepe, all colors^ per yard .i���������.4.........i;^  urn vcbuvrvruu,   jpi&ju ui/liMfi} ��������� yp^*; -joTd ������������������.: ���������, , ���������.���������....  Shirtings and Galeteas, per yard.l.. .���������.;1.���������.���������.., .������������������..^_  Dress  35c.^  45c.  Large  assortment   of Voile  -3^* yard  from $1.00. tcT$2.75.  STs*WAVw' :njAT&  Boaters, Chip Straw*"iPeanut Straw,  lengths  3S  auLrgp.  ��������� XB,������ mj  Dry Goods,       Groceries.      Furniture.      Hardware  Steel  Fishing  fCods  PAru  rpLMl^H^ww^lta^Mt  raw  This is a strong; aerviooable atool  tod.   enamelled   black,   braas  ������oi'i.-uIeiai mid hraz-m^a. btu^kw  rinK������. turned corrugated handle, finished natural color and  varnished. Only 12 Rohtft nt  tnis prioo.  ^^L   g ^^k*, mt*M      MT*M        JSk^-Wi   B   *.m^ j^jTffi||   gftiB  W   ���������     kVitJpTA. VV lijl%jr&**|(  Local and Persona!  .', .������     ��������� '������������������ ii. -  .���������       Fob Sai.k���������Early tomato plants. J.  Pascnzzo, Sirdar.  Wanthtd���������Strawberry picker a and  packers.    Fred Lowlw, Creston.  HotreB Pon RnNT���������Fivo-room house,  centxnlly located, 'P. H. Juckson,  Cteeton.  Monday Is King's Birthday nnd will  bo observed us n holiday by the banks  and postoffice.  Cow Pan. SaIjK-���������Milch cow, judfc  freshened, nix years old, 975. Coo.  Davie, Canyon.  > ���������  For Sai-b���������Chevrolet light delivery  truck, in good condition. John  Kendra, Creaton.  S. A. Speers wne a business visitor  at   Nelson   a   couple of daya at the  middle of the week.  A million dollar surprise awaits all  the men of Creston.' In about a --week  this vyill be. on display at the Creaton  Drug &, Book Store. Something of  eurpreme worth und within the reach  of all. Wives, sweethearts, sisters and  fi*ir?ndt toe ready for this surprise.  Positively the first showiny in the  world.  ���������The ioti" hot dry spell of Aiay ss*as  lm>ken ��������� -on Saturday night. when the  Ha*sfc real rain nf the tnonth was encountered. The' showery Weather  continued up till Wednesday and? has  furnished the V������lley \vitb a rainfall of  at least an inch. The moisture was  badly needed to give s> start to the  May planted gardens and field crops,  and will be most welcome to the  strawberry growers.  _ Fob ������IIbnt��������� Four-room ttouse on  Barton Avenue, A. Anderson. Victoria? A*?.. Oreatpn,  Ghrsst Ohureh, Gresten  SUNDAY. JUsVJtW a  CEtESTON���������8 n ������������., Holy Communion.  7.80 p.m.���������Evensong.  LISTER���������11  a.m..  Matins and  Holy  Communion.  After the  TTqva  o,r\Tw*&fh  JL m-mMS t 'v-r*   UUXg&U  Ice Cloaux ur  an  Ice  Creara  Soda   at  our parlor at the Creston  Drug & Book Store.  Plenty of help to handle  the rush:  R. A. COMFORT  Bay   gehllng  about  ritttna  1860  Ibo.  Foit   Saxjh  7 years old,  weight  W. G. Grolg, Wynndel  The summer wish Ib on at Frnser's  bait oi y and Misa Athena Schiulu has  just joined tho sales hUiSX.  Mine  h. Hfnta of Gray,  Mich., has  arrived <uu an nxtminieu viwii. with hvv  parents. Mr. and Mra. John llontx,  who nro on LSio Attnvood rand*.  Miss Patsy Robin son of the Central  school stiM-flf. Cranbtooh, was a "weekend visitor here, a' -guest of her  brothel, barrister H. L. Robinson.Pi.Py  Hay   Xso*iues   a "well   "known "figure  aniongst the  local Indians., died   last  week, and wa������;bu*^ei|;>.wtth full  trlba  honors at   the   i^seirve on ^Sm turda y  Isset. '       ���������'���������.'"���������  f" '.; "ff':'���������.' ���������;'  J. P. Johnston lefty on Friday for  Klngsgate, to . which point he has  transferred his portable sawmill plai.t,  and where.he expects to operate U.foT'-  sevpral month's*.  The speaker at Trinity United  Church on Sunday evening ^Hl beDr.  Liilie, who will give ..-af.. report on the  conference sessions at, Vancouver Sit  the middle of May.  Mrs. J. D. Spi*f-i.*8 and children spent  th<?i'24th of May with Boswell friends.  and .were present at thi*' unveiling of  the war memorial tablet in they memorial hall in that town. ���������  Saturday .recorded the hottest day  of 1028 when the official thermometer  got up to 84 in the shade. May, 1928,7  has been the warmest May the Valley  has recorded fn many yi?ars. 1  Creston Post of the Canadian  Legion meet In June session at the  clubroome on Tuesday night, June5th.  The drive for 100 members by July 1st  is meeting with every aucceso.  Wantmd���������rStrawherry pickers and  packers, with accommodation, bring  your own bedding, ready Jnne 10, and  followed by raspberry picking. Robt.  Stewart (Alice Siding). Creston. ,  QThe Women's Institute have tbe  June seasion on Friday nescfc, 8th, at  which complete arrangements will be  made for the annual flower show,  which is sohoduled for Juno 14bh.  Mrs. Co^nell of Sarnia,,Ontario, wno  a vtsitor here a few daya last week, a  gueat of her brother, J, F. Rob������. He  is also having a visit frotn his brother,  Halney, qf Mjedicine Hat, Alberta.  Hia iordt-hJp tho Bishop of Kootenay  Is announced to visit Creaton on I* ri  day evening next, June*8th, when ho  will confirm a class of eight candidatea  ut Christ Church and also, instnll Hur.  A. Qai'Hck as rector. ,f  The peak of high -water In the  Kootenay HI ver waa in evidence ub  the first of the week when the flats  flood was nlmoat a foot higher than in  1027, but fell about a foot short of tho  vory high water in 1010,  An important sale wtw completed  thia week when T. J. Crawford pur-  cliuaed the Ihi-oo i|Out*U*r aero lob  Ixslnnglng to J. P. Johnaton on Victoria, next tho McOreatii reuidoneo  and oxtcndlng through to Vancouver  Btrcct.  By having your &ehiefe *ir&s set* ..The. cost is  just a fraction in comparison to ike destruction  a   ��������� ^ '-.;.' \.caMMs&d'hy loose... tires... P ��������� . P'  '*Xfi  We are prepared to handle your requirements'jn^all  lines such as (jeneml Blacksmithi^^HorsesJ^  and Woodwork Oxy i^eetylehe"  g������  Kf"  ing and  TitisniMijng.: ''AIjsq *ug-tp^date  Furnaee  '" "'"     ";j-'-������������������.-���������'���������?^-*^-������������������--������������������-���������-��������������������������������� ��������� '?fie& ':���������������������������'-."';'.y-': p:  1  Pipe and i^ittings carried t^ssteet  the requirements.  S, SirEEHSTRUP  BLA-���������SCSMSTH  TIKS^JTIIiKS  8XY^CETYS.EKE WEL8I  Mil  na  ���������^aBtoiJgr  '   Tatrfm\ Jw ���������r^^a* S# ^*T ^m    rSlJBUb '        ^g'^LJ   ^E7**Dw*Bi        ' -^|iFyfl B-^affli Taaaw^* v*  ^^5  Satisfaction in Every Way  /ir.iwa.,  Style, Fit and Finish, combined with  good   hard-wearing   material  Heavy Blue Chambray Shirts, sizes 14J to 17.;.-. $1.25  Khaki Chambray Shirts^ 14������ to 17...; .;.:.��������� ;  1.25  Fancy Check Madras Shirts, all sizes . _.. 1.50  Heavy Khaki Shirts, triple stitching "....;;.,.. 1.50  Khaki Bonim Trousers, G> .pockets.;..:.  2.00  Khaki Denim, in fine heavy Denim.......;,         ... 2.00  Blue pants, red back, splendid wearers.;................... 2.50  Khaki Bedford Cord Trousers........ ;...,;. ,.....;.. 4.50  Qur Underwear Stock fdt* spring is complete,  and comprises Shirts and prawere, in Watson's  and Penman's makes, also Combinations ih  different weights, from $1.25 to, per suit        3.00  Seeks in every weight���������Silk, Silk and Lis!������,  Silk and Wool, and the cheaper styles in Lisle  ' and Cotton at 25 cents up to 85 cents'per pair,  and all good values.  Our new Felt Hats have arrived at, each 2.75 to    7.75  Forsyth Shirts for Men's wear.  L COMPANY,   LTD. |  IITiWWfCTiPlllllliffirOTil^


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