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 P-i  *v.-',*  Provincial Library  apt 29  ,  <sm  J>1  Vol  XX.  CRESTON, B. a, FJ&XDAS\ JULY 13, .1928  No. 23  -StfaffiftSBff"  - Misses Kathleen McFarland and  Salina Discs of Cranbrook are spend-,  ing the holidays with Mrs. Art  "Wallace at) their sanirner home  here.  Miss Beulah Hill of Cranbrook is on  an  extended   visit wsth Mr. and &lrs���������  xr.,���������^ A- :   -��������� ....'���������''-������������������'/  Mr. Harrison of Nelson was a s business visitor to Sirdar Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. Willis and son . of  Cranbrook were Sunday visitors to  Sirdar. .?- '���������   ���������a-.  Misses Rankin and Parrel 1 of Cran-  brook   were  Sirdar   visitors , Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sun is tec... of  Alice Siding, were visiting with'..yMrs.  Martin on Sunday.  Miss Eileen Heap arrived -home  Thursday after a weeks tnotot* trip to  Sinclair Hot Springs, Banff, the Kick.  ing Horse pass and Toho Valley with  Mr. and Mrs. Hill and daughter, Beulah of Cran brink*.  QMrs,  rtaai-.  ������illIs *^-'ho has  been  thvoo   mnntlia   in  Montreal.  New York and other Eastern  points,  returned home Thursday.  OM������*f*\������i  _ HiMf l  Is Jst^* *j*yj***ss mm  Kf, and Mrs. Fat Holland of Kiin-  berley are visitors with the latter's  sn o ther,, Mrs. H. *5rerbu.ry, on a short  holiday visit here.  Mr.   and    Mrs.'��������� Reno    House    and  'MRSllV.  rrVt^x   T*r������������  I will.pay tbe above Se-  wnrd to any person who  will supply me with in formation that will enabi&nie  to locate the party or part-  ties who have been circulating rumors that in the matter of goods supplied the  Forestry Department I haye  collected payment for more  goods  than were supplied.  S. A SPEERS.  GBESTON, July 10, I92S.  This is to certify that at no  time during my time as clerk  for thefForestry Department of  the*" Provincial Government  have I found the slightest  irregularities in theaccounba of  S. A. Speers with the Forestry  Department. .  (Signed) W. JI. Kolthammer.  ve been living at the  coast for the past two yeai*s5 have returned to make their permanent home  in this district, and are at present  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Demchuk.  Miss Ruby Lister ief t on Saturday  for Creston, where she joined Miss  Lyda Johnson ou a motor trip to  Calgary. Alberta, for a week at the  stampede.  Col. Fred Lister and daughter, Miss  Vera, have been at".the west side of  the riding most of the week, .where  the Col. has been holding a 'series of  meetings.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Demchuk and  fansUy, who have ..been-in the Saskatoon, Sask., area for the past month,  have returned to again reside in this  section.  en  Jas. Dunian is a Lister visitor' this ���������  week   from   Kitchener,   where he is  cook at one of the Sash & Door Company camps.   ���������"."'.'  -v���������  .....-���������'-'  Geo. Jacks ranch is on the raspberry  shipping list tbis month, and is iigur-  ing   on   an  outgo of at least 50 crates.  The annual  school meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Saturday, when  a  new     trustee    and    auditor    will    be  choseo-^ ?-B; ^  Mitchell are the retiririg oSficutlp,     "   ?  -The Liberals are to invade this section on Saturday night with public  meetings at both Lister and Huscroft  schools at the close of the annual  school meetings. They are fortunate  in having Alex. Fisher, K.C., of  Fernie, as welfas H. Hobson of Van  cHuyer to address the gatherings as  ���������well as Frank Putnam;-the' candidate.  The Indies are specially invited.  Miss MaiguHte Joy left   Saturday  for   Seattle   where   she   will    attend  ;5;rfc*j^j^-*^   ���������^������^"���������^*  .������^.*������*     ' GThvi  ������n..������.������-...   t*V������o     #-m^i-.  ftl.BI^J.J*   ll^AU.UCA41l|i i'^MI.O    la.CA.3     vt.w     ../. i jh?  by-auto. -.... :'-:''-pyP-s . ���������  ���������;...'  Miss   Kose  Severn   who   has   been  packing   berries fKere left for Proctor  t& help with the Sherry harvest. ?    '*" .  ���������   ���������-.:-:���������:��������������������������� s.::^aa-a-0a- ,?'?;���������- >.    ? '. V,  Miss Loreehy^ijliams who has be  teaching,.'atffBar^ns, Alta,, retun  home Mondayy toifspendgher vacation  with her pareht������iry!'  The annual fsc^ool* meeting will be  held in the old scitbolhouse on Safcur  day, July 14th^at;4 P-nii      .  Mis. M* Wijgeitfa.nd baby son returned home from Creston last week.  A dance? willyl>e held in the old  schoolhouse, under auspices of the  baseball club, fyl^ents, $1; ladies 5Q  cents-    Hiid brothers orchestra.  Raspber* ies aife-now being shipped  also currants'atid': some strawberries.  The heavy rainffruined a big part of  the straw berry yeiop  y A tragic drbwtsing accident occurred  here at noon on; Wednesday in which  Victor Wyhni|;:an employee at the  Winlaw sawmill lost his life. It  would appeas-; that a number of girls  had been enjoying a swim in the mill  canal late that morning, and. at noon  TVynn undertook to show them, how  to dive off the springboard, arid with  no bathing suiV available he rashly  tool' the plunge in his working  clothes. He made the dive successfully and came to the sun face promptly but immediately sank never tb  reappear, Help was quickly summond  but though the spot where he went  down and almost the full length of the  canal was draggedthe body was not  located up till y Thursday morning.  Deceased ,would^*be about 35 years of  ta-gey^iro^  '. ;.* i_  tVHU  Dorothy ��������� -Palmer. - Grade -1���������Annie  GartlantL Helen' Johnson. Grade fr^-  Roberb Hale, Holly Bond.  For Division 2, Miss Lister's report;  shows honor roll winners: . Proficiency���������Alfred Nygaard. Deportment-  Annie Berggren. Regularity and  Punctuality ��������� Grace" Bond,". Helen  Humble. Rsiytnond. Humble, Charlie  KoltharnRraor.-       Highest" :';st'#ndi������gss  Grade I���������Charlie.. Kolthammer,  Humble.       Grade 2 ��������� Babs  Helen  Spencer,  Roil Davie. Grade 3���������Stella Kwashy.  Sail Browell. Grade &���������Alfred Ny-  gaard, Raymond Humble*.     ,:.  Em^I������k&&s2  Mr. and Mrs.  B. Johnson  and   Ro  herb,   with     Laura   Andeen,   left   on  lnj.kt.1.       A If^io.vf'n       n.*n������KJS  in the stampede, and  will visit-at Banff on their return.  they will  take  Mr. and Mrs.. C. R". Paulson and  family of Spokane are here on a visit  at present,  'Mr, Senft. of the' Nagfe Pole & Tie  Company, is here at present inspecting ties and-poles..  Miss E. W. Arrowsmith of Creston  was here for the weekend, a guest of  Mrs. E. Driffil.  Mrs. Udall and  daughter,  B'oisspvaiiv   Manitobw,     are  here  with the- former's sister, Mrs. P.  Putnam.  Betty of  visiboi'S  You Will Need some  Beloiv For the Goming  jlb. ^. ��������� ������i.w^'* ._     v. . 4-^. _ ... _:_       ; xf . . ^ ���������  >0���������   &&3LU  jDiU-va niuTtif.,;   jrat; wajtS ia,  native of ^Prince Edward Island, but  there is no papers or other evidence to  lead to the whereabouts of? his Vanuily  or Other relatives, so the rut lit in department- at Ottawa has been. com-  tuuoicated with in an effort to get in  touch with his people.  I  STRAW HATS for Men, Women and Children,   including   Peanut,   Sennet   Straw,  Milan and Boaters, from 20c. to $2.50.  TENNIS   SHOES   in   Brown,   White   and  Fancy, 05c. to $2.25.      All sizes in stock.  ROMPERS, COVERALLS and OVERALLS  CHEESE CLOTH and NETTING.  Fail stock.  HOSIERY  for  Men, Women and Children.  ������ * ,������* .  BOYS' and  GIRLS'   HOSE���������a   special   in  Black -.ai.id   Sand.. Colors,   25e.   to   40c.  , All sizes.  mm^^m Ej^ ^V ^^ffi  E^mn^   ^e&j^_     Bjm     -jam'   m* *&&&*&& m* ^        ^^^|  r%%j>fiii 1 ILL  COMPANY,   LTD.  b������if������?.is������ili31^^^  Ganyon pity  Del. Bliss of Porthili, had the fir--t  of a series of proposed weekly picture  shows at the Uorurmunity Hall on Friday night last with quite a good  Attendance. Four ..reels were shown.  Due to the Conservative rally to-night  thc* next show will be July 20th.  The annual school meeting is set for  Saturday night, 14th, at. the school-  house, at 7 o'clock., ,.T. R. Mawao.n ia  tho retiming trustee, and'A. Bond'y  term as auditor has also run ont.  Mrs, Batem.an of Calgary, Alberta,  3s heie at present on a visit at the  home of her son, James.       .  Wtti. Cook, who is employed at  South Slocun, spent last week-.with  the family here. During his stay he  had us his guests hia father, and  inother from Calgary, Alberta.  Myles- Hurl ot  Empress, Susk.. ar  tired'at the end of tho week on*a visit  at his Iiotiih nt Canyon..  Mr, and Mrs. Win. Strong and  family of LeLhLridge, Albertn, ai*e  renewing acquaintances in Canyon  this weelt.  The Conservatives are having a big  rally here tonip-ht at the hall, at which  Lieon J. Ludner, M.P., South Vancouver, and Col. Lister will speak. The  Ladies Conservative Club with Mrs,  VanAekerim, president, and Mis.  Ilickoy, Becrutary, will uoi-ve lunch at  tho cIohq of Iho pi-oceedingH.  Wednesday is election day and  ipoHtnrfl are up notifying the poll will  be hold ut tho hall from 0 a.ui,, to  U p.m., daylight saving time.  Principal Kolthammor'tH term end  report shown the following as winners  of tho yoar'fl honor rollh In Division 1:  Department ��������� Mia-y Mouguior, Alice  Wish ling, Helen Johnson, Regit lurtiy  ������nd PunetiniHty���������Leonard Bond ancl  Holly ilonrt. Highest Htunillngw:  Orride 5��������� Frank Clayton, Olniencm  BnrriH,      Grade   fl ��������� Clara   Nygn'mi,  Elmer and Arthur Dew of Priest  River, Idaho, wpre renewing acquaintances this week, and are guests of  Lewis and Keith Littlejohn.  Mr. and Mrs. -W. Pernival and  family of Yahk spent the weekend  ���������with the latter's parents, Mr..and'Mrs.  R. Dodds. f  Miss Kitty Littlejohn left at the  first of the  week  via Spokane, on a  visit with her sister, Mrs. Mitchell, at  Victoria.  Mrs   .J, S,   Peck   and   two   sona.. of  Edniontonr Alberta, are here fop their  usual summer visit with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Cartwright..  Kussell Leveque of -Medicine Hat,  Alberta, is here for a summer holiday  with Mivaud Mrs.. L..T* Leveque.  Mrs. D. W. Dow of Cranbrook   was  a  visitor  here   thi������ week,fa guest of  Mrs.-Bnndy.  " y ''������������������''y..'  The  annual   schc^>t."theetin'g is scheduled ,f or Satull^^  'About y$I6b^"w;ftk^^^  ���������operate'- on ~ the; eo*arjing^" terui5.    Mrs.  Putnam is the retiring t'i ustee',*-iand B.  J. Richardson is the  retiring  auditor.  Overland Whippe.t ,aut<j, fsybiph -is  quite the class of the local auto fleet.  Mr. and Mrs. Wm: Strong .and  family of Lethbridge, Alberta," former.  Kitchener vesidents, are spending a  few wpeks with friends here.  sar. .ama jurs. i\eeue ox. xsonners  Ferry... were renewing Kitchener acquaintances on Tuesday.   ,  . "  Mr. Noland and Claude Simpson  left on Saturday for prairie points.  Mr. and Mrs. Driffil and Sam Little.  John were Sunday visitors at Kuskanook.  N. K. Devlin is now driving a new  The  Ladies'   Aid   of   Trinity  United Church announce  that they will be serving  Refreshments in  Trmity Chiarch Basement  -L;.i:!.'.^^^���������"'iJr*&"ij'^i*^ii^',���������_.'V,-.,' ,  Gommenciiig    at riiiiKfi/fii:  p���������m.s a,nd continuing-during  afternoon and evening.  Salads, BSandwiches  Pie, Cake, .Tea and  Coffee.  Ice Cream.  BjfiF   jHF^    jyy  M% EL StL  :?  Most ������very thing you need in thiev  line  of wearables to make ypii:  more comfortable during the hot  weather will   be found  here at  most   atti^efcive   prices.      This*,  week we feature  jMinNMmk/ aa mmm    mmm ���������M������4|gU  M&G2tf3*3S k&mJfiSSm^tOS^Sr !p%u7,m������  **     P&nam&8    HS*SO  g*   GMp Straw.-       7&  Otiriselection is the biggest we  have ever shown. . Women's,  Men's   and   Children's   Peanut  Straws from (>5c. '  Af^y   "XT^tk 'H"*""1^ ii'"l,,*'-i ffl1"^'  tf*t  ���������-     %g^       VLm*W     Mmm^ D-H O W  .# m*J    Si i-^    JL^ Jtt^V   +~?  Dry tsoods.'''   Groceries.   ' Furniture. Hardware  'smmw^mw^ THE    RE\?EW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  F������.  A ********* S*    ������ o  Perfectly  Delicious  Packed Iti  Vctctium AirtifjrFit  s Tins  New Quarters'Tor Wheat Poo!  Central.Office Building  To  Be  Constructed In Winnipeg  The G������tnsidis.i* "w^i,*.*,** T3������fjj o ������"3-111=  er's organization, Which handles more  export grain than any other organization in the world, is to be housed  in a new central office building to be  constructed in Winnipeg immediately. The building will be tiO feet by  120 feet, of thoroughly modern construction, faced with Manitoba stone  and will  cost $600,000.  The turnover of the Canadian  Wheat Pools which will be directed  from  this  office  exceeds  an  average  Co-operation Rather Tnan Discord  ST. VITUS DANCE  At First Signs of Pimples  Use Cuticura,  Anoint gently with Cuticura Ointment.  After five minutes bathe.with Cuticura Soap  and hot wa*6r and continue bathing for  -some minutes. This treatment is best on  rising and retiring. Regular use of Cuticura  Soap and Ointment soothes and comforts  tender, sensitive skins and keeps them  clear, healthy and attractive.  Sample Each Free fey Moil. Address Canadian Depot:  "Stenhont*. Ltd., Monttetd." Price. Soap 25c. Ointment  25 and EOc. Talcum 26c;  Mm?~ Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c.  ti  New Canadians" Xeleferale  Folksong  It has "been one of Canada's greatest misfortunes that periodically I  throughout its history campaigns' have been, inaugurated having- for their j  object the division of the people into rival camps divided by lines ot racial |  and creed difference. Probably no one thing has in the past operated quite j  so disastrously to retard the growth and national development of Canada. I by medical men as chorea.  Time and time again when some large national question was up for decision,  the issue turned, not on the merits of the question and the national policy  involved, but upon some petty race and creed cry. One of the outstanding*  cases which is still fresh in the public mind was the Reciprocity election of  15U1 when, in the last two weeks of the campaign, Ontario was swept toy one  of these insidious cries, and tens of thousands of voters were stampeded  from support of their economic convictions in favor of freer trade and wider  markets.  Throughout his long: career, both in private and public life. Sir Wilfrid   hold anything in the hands or walk  Laurier pleaded and strove for unitv and concord among ail classes of the ; ^j"*11*-   J" ������*LvenLI:as^? the &-pelC^  ,. ,        ���������        . ^    , ~    . .,.,..,, , *s often affected.     The disease is due  Canadian  people.     Hon.   Mackenzie  iving is   worthily   upholding   the  same | to  debility  of the   nerves and  relief  cause, and it is gratifying- 1o note that Hon. R. B. Bennett, as leader of the  Conservative Party in the Dominion, is throwing* the whole of liis eloquence  and   influence   in   the  same  direction.  Speaking   at   Magog,   in the Eastern  Towns-nips of Quebec, last month, Mr. Bennett said: "He who sows seeds of  discord and distrust in  racial and religious matters is a greater enemy to  Canada  than one who came with  an  armed  force.  You cannot develop a  country by ill-will, hatred or contempt."   A few days later at Ooaticook, Mr.  Bennett used these words:   "The application of the Golden Mule in the life  of a nation is quite as important &s it is in the life of aa individual," and j in use in my family for years and al  he r.dded that anyone who "in the heat of an  election sought to raise old | ways. with, good    results.    I    believe  amriostt'es   +o s^w  s*������������d= of d"s���������*>>*d   mu������*������   r*^-* forget h's r^snons'hiiitv fori they saved  the life  of my only  son.  .'.... ' ������ r  "*        " " | At  ten  years   of  age  he  grew  very  sucu unjust action. j nervous  aXiA the    trouble    developed  Here  in   Western  Canada it is   absolutely  vital to  the  welfare  of the j into  St/ Vitus  Dance.   His   legs   and  A Trouble, That Usually Attacks  Young Children  St. "Vitus dance is the name generally  given   to   a   disease   described  This  trouble usually attacks young children, though older- people anay toe  afflicted with it. The most common  symptoms are a twitching" of the  face and limbs. As the disease progresses the twitching takes the form  of spasms, in which the jerking motion may be coniined to the- face  or all the limbs may be affected.  Frequently   the  patient  is  unable   to  comes through an enriched blood  supply. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have been most successful in reaching this trouble through their specific  action on the blood, which it enriches  and purines. The following instance  proves the value of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills in this trouble. Mrs.  Thomas Bowen, Bath, Ont., says:���������  "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have  been  Pictdresuue   and   Colorful  and Handicraft Festival  "Niw Canadians'" from, fifteen  countries of Northern Europe joined  in a celebration at Winnipeg recently to illustrate the national arts and  culture which they are contributing  to Canadian life. The celebration  which took the form of a picturesque  and colorful folk song and handicraft  festival, was opened . by Sir James  Aikins, former Lieutenant Governor  of Manitoba, in the rotunda of the  Royal Alexandra Hotel, where handicraft exhibits were shown representing typical Europan market centres.  Settlers in Western Canada from  Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland,  Germany, France, Belgium, Jugoslavia, Czecho-Slovakia, Roumania,  Finland, Hungary, TJkrainia, Poland  and Russia were represented in the  display of artistic handicraft. Programs of folk songs and dances were  Dressed Poultry Exports  Minister  Of Agriculture  To  Investigate Market In England  Before sailing for England tha  Honorable W. R..' Miotherwell spent  some time in Montreal discussing the  situation with reference to exports to  England of dressed poultry. "Latest  sales have been made on the basis of  32 to 36 cents per pound for 3 pound  chickens, and 39 cents seaboard for  4l/n. pound chickens. The total export of chicken this year from Jan-  usrv 1st to IMav 31st. was valued at  ?lllr675. It is the intention of Mr.  Motherwell to devote some time to  this export market situation regarding dressed poultry while in Great  Britain along with other agricultural  products exported, such as butter,  eggs, cheese, bacon, beef cattle, etc.  country that such words be heeded. To an ever increasing- degree the people or the West are looking to and relying upon co-operative movements and  enterprises to solve the economic problems of the country. To date these  have attained a marvellous success in a comparatively short space of time.  This has been accomplished by all classes, all creeds, people of all racial  descents, in town and country, working together. There has x>een no lines  of demarkation in the upbuilding of these large co-operative organizations.  Tlie Wheat Pools of the West, for example, could never have attained their  present proportions and power had any such foolishness as so often enters  into political campaigns been allowed.  The unfortunate fact remains that if the people of a Province or Community are stirred up and divided upon racial or religious, lines for partisan  political purposes, or for any other reason, the inevitable result is to create  .suspicions and animosities in the community, or throughout the Province,  which makes it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get all classes together, or hold them together, in a true spirit of co-operation. If the people  of the West are divided into Catholic groups and anti-Catholic groups, English-speaking groups and non-English-speaking groups, it naturally becomes  impossible for them to come together in the right spirit of friendliness and  co-operation which is so essential to the maintenance and development of  such organizations els the United Farmers, the Wheat Pools, ahd other cooperative organizations.  These racial and religious  campaigns have never got their proponents  Excellent  For   Croupy   Children.���������  ;When   a  child  is    suffering    with  croup  it  is  a good plan  to use  Dr.  e. , .       Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It reduces the  glVen   every   afternoon   and   evening, lnflanmiation and loosens the phlegm  with 400 performers appearing in na- j giving speedy reliet to the little suf-  arms would jerk and twitch, then  his speech was affected, and his condition was pitiable. Just then there  came to me a little book telling of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I decided to give them to him. By the  time two boxe3 were used there was  an improvement in his condition and  by the time six boxes more were taken all traces of the trouble had disappeared, and he was well and  strong. I have also given the pills to  my growing girls, and I know of no  better strengthening medicine. I may  add that the same applies to grownups as well."  You can get these pills though any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  tional costumes and attracting large  audiences.  The festival is regarded as a unique  demonstration of the contribution of  the nations of Northern. Europe to  Canadian life and the part which  they are taking in the rapid development of Western Canada.  Honey Production  Honey production in Canada in  1927 was 23,647,268 pounds valued at  $3,660,629, according to a statement  issued at Ottawa, this being an' increase of 77 per cent,  over the pre-  nnywhere, have never accomplished good, but have always resulted in harm, I vious year, due mostly to a favorable  Ihey are in no sense constructive but always destructive.    Despite any and   season but also to the greater num.  alt claims that may be made for them they are the reverse of British and  open denial of that liberty and freedom which, it is our proud boast, is to be  found and is guaranteed to all under the British flag.*  Not only are these unscrupulous campaigns destructive of a real national  spirit;  not only do  they retard national growth,   development and  prosperity*  they render the task of government, whether in the Dominion  and Provinces,  or  in  municipal councils  and  school  boards,  difficult and  sometimes impossible, and in all cases more expensive and less efficient.  Western Canadians, interested in the growth of their country, loya'l to  its interests, and committed to the policy of co-operation for the common  pood of all, should most emphatically set their heel upon the ugly head of  the serpent  of racial and  religious ill-will whenever and wherever it may  raise itself.  Plane looses Its Engine  When the engine fell from his airplane while the craft Was in the middle of a loop at a 1,500 foot altitude,  Walter Brooks, of Ailentown, Pa.,  righted the plane "and glided to an  easy landing. Neither he nor his passenger, Walter Harleman was injured. The plane: had just started into a loop when the heavy .engine  broke from its supports and dropped.  It fell half a mile from where the  plane landed.  ferer. It is equally reliable for sore  throat and chest, earache, rheumatic  pains, cuts, bruises and sprains. Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is regarded by  many thousands as an indispensable  of the familv medicine chest.  EnglisSi Pheasants For Saskatchewan  An attempt is being made in the  Alsask and Loverna districts to raise  English pheasants of the ring-necked  variety. It is not many years since  the Hungarian partridge was introduced into Western Canada. The  experiment will take some years, "and  if successful will furnish an added attraction for bird hunters.  The cheapness of Jvlother Graves-  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it can be got at any  Drives Asthma JLike Magic. . . The  immediate help from Dr. J. ������>. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, seems like  magic. Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy used in a natural way.  The smoke or, vapor, reaching the  most remote passage~of the affected  druggist's.  Province Has Large Surplus  The Alberta Provincial Treasurer  has just been able- to declax-e a surplus up to the end of the last fiscal  year of $279,763, which is $200,000  greater than he estimated. The surplus is taken as a reflection of good  times both in the business and agri-  ber of colonies.  Use Miller's Worm Powders and  the battle against forms is won.  These powders correct the morbid  conditions of the stomach which  nourish worms, and these destructive  parasites cannot exist after they  come in contact with the medicine.  The worms are speedily evacuated  with other l-efuse from the bowels.  Soundness is imparted to the organs  and thc health of the child steadily  improves.  tubes, brushes aside  the trouble and  opens a way for fresh air to enter fit  cultmai life of the province  is sold by    dealers    throughout    -*"1"*  land.  the  Canada Mineral Industry  Capital employed in Canada's mineral industry in 1927 increased nearly SIR,000,000 over the proviour* year.  The mineral output was valued at  $21S,r>Sr.,o:jl, an increase of 4.C per  cent, over "192G.  B.C. Agricultural Production  Agricultural production in British  Columbia in 1927 totalled 576.909,269,  the largest sum on record, an inci'eaSte  of 7.89 per cent, over tho previous  year. Exports of agricultural products increased by 19.23 per cent.  Kills Off Noxious Weeds  Indian  Alimnoy  An Alaskan Indian wais sentenced  to pay his squaw alimony of one  bull moose, properly butchered and  delivered; ten mink skins, dressed  and stretched; five grey fox pelts,  or one silver pelt, and 100 full-grown  salmon  delivered in  season.  No man or woman should hobble  painfully about because of coins  when, so certain a relief is at hand a3  Holloway's  Corn Remover.  -A. red sunrise, with clouds  lower-,  ing   later   in   the   morning   indicates  rain. "  Sunburn?  Use  Minard's Unlment.  If the man who wants the earth  succeeded in, getting it he would  kick about the taxes.  It isn't always what a man. knows  but what he doesn't tell that makes  others believe he is wise.  *iT% ww jra  \3UJT  fflj     |S Kj H H rfS*"*iS |H  ,lw-< a tn:'lele.''i* dotui of Phillips'  Milk <il* Maignoiilu in water. That If) an  mil'it Li.. cl'lf!f!tiv<\ yet Inumlotw, II. ha:'  Ix-k'ti Htm* i-tNfidard antacid l'or !������0 yen hi  Mini.ii.ff phviilMifiiiM r;V'������rywlu>r������. Ono  **p-������.ml'ul will iK*vi11aHy.������; nl. once many  tun���������<*-���������-.   It;'!   volume   in   acid.   It   la   thc  partH, Vou arc happy'again In five  ml nut ob.  Don't depend on crude method*.  Employ the host way yet evolved In  all lhe y������iui\s of flcai-ohlng. That 13  Phillips' Milk or Mngncidn.  "Be sure to got the genuine Phillips*'  Milk of Mn|-'n������':;ka i>i<-ss-> lhi*d 1>y pliVMl  Alberta Farmer Has Invention \Vli"u*h  May Prove Valuable  A machine to dig and destroy  weeds has been irtvented by D. W.  Warner, cx-M.P., Edmonton fanner.  A large rotary (horizontal) cylinder is the principal part of thc now  digger. Into this cylinder arc -Inserted hundreds of large spikes. As the  cylinder revolves at high apeed tho  teeth mulch the soil, biting deep into  the subsoil. Clouds of earth aro  thrown toward the roar of the machine. The dirt scttlea quickly while  the weeds float through the air, finally coming down like spindrift over  tho newly-turned earth.  Weeds with extensive root systems,  Biif.li an twitch grass and thistlcn,  will fall an easy victim to the digger.  Experiments carried out recently rc-  rnVHed in a field hcinp- loft, covered  with finely minced twitch gratia  roots, like chaff which piles up behind the threshing machine,  HERCULES  TRACE  PERMANENT BUILDING PAPER  f2^  You can Eliminate  Wind and Dampness  <->  ^-k-'C&     a c^cnt a comfortable home by,  eliminating  wind   and   dampness.    Specify  Hercules   Per-  r'r.iit way, thn <p*,ick, pl<-jinant. and otil-1 cluna for  r>0 y<;urn in  correcting 'ex-  <-1f������n1   u-'tv In kill 11m* exccnti acM. Tlio   cons  ncldH.   Kuril bolllti  contain!!  full  ffltniiiac'j 5n'C'������imvr, Mwiicl   .tlio pain do- ', direct iou'i    nny drugstore.  Time and alienee occasionally succeed where all other agencies fall.  15vrry   Homo  NihhIh   Mlnard'H   I-lnl-  -j*       TS   With one shot you can assure  A  l    manent Building Paper.   Test-  ^    jfc)  ed and proven wind proof and     vv//^\  damp proof, Hercules is made        //K^**'/  in three grades���������x, xx, xxx. Ccw"%-^*'-  ,'A sample in your hands will *^/C/)0  "'beat prove to you the quality of S^>k~J~f/  Hercules.   Will you write us? ^.  ?->  ���������TV/  'VJ^  ^v^  W.    N.    XT.    17-U  .1  J  -!-,���������.  fc, O M w irt. Le  HAMILTON. CAN AIM  _J -A-PP-AZ>Ai~-^$rin  35E2 ^ssyxJaiWr  JS*.  LOEWENSTEIN  IEETS DEATH  m t\ %r. v   ������-i>B%^va0 PfeV   A *Bk*ff*B*t  Mil fmm ihMiL  London.���������Captain Alfred Loewen-  Btein, Belgian multi-millionaire capitalist, one of the world's richest and  at the same time . a romantic figure  in fiance, went to hia death when,  as it appears, he inadvertently stepped overboard from his private aeroplane when'it was flying over the  ..English Channel, and fell into the  sea.  The British Air Ministry announced that the. Belgian Croesus had been  drowned.  Loewenstein, according to the Air  Ministry statement, set out from  London late Tuesday night for Brussels in his palatial machine, one of  the most luxurious ever built. At  the time of the strange mishap, he  is believed to have been moving from  one compartment to another and in  doing so opened the wrong door;  stepping outward, he plunged into  space. f  Another passenger on the 'plane  followed Loewenstein after he had  Bhifted from his position to speak to  him. This passenger, whose name  was not learned, found the door in  the fuselage of the machine open and  the financier missing.'  He immediately notified the pilot  and the 'plane landed on the Dunkirk  Sands in France. 'Later the 'plane  proceeded to the aerodrome at Stin-  galvert, near Dunkirk.  Captain Loewenstein, Sirho visited  Canada and the United States in  April, perhaps .was best known for  his $50,000,000 loan offer,to the Bel-  ������*iuKi Government in order that the  Belgian franc might be stabilized.  Loewenstein, whose offer was refuse^, shot like a meteor across the  horizon of European finance a few-  years afte* the World War. Leaving Brussels for London, he built a  modest fortune into one of the largest financial concerns in the, world  but shunned publicity, with consistent success  Until 1926.  Then the newspapers found out  about his success and he became another "Croesus' whose fortune rivalled that of Hugo Stinnes; and whose  affairs reached into every corner of  the world, -y  The reporters found many colorful  events in his life and many unique  habits in his every-day labor. He  dictated letters while shaving; his  meals -were occasions for discussion  of business with men powerful in finance, from morning until night and  often times far into the night he had  secretaries and stenographers at his  elbojw while he carried on his busi-  , ness.  Aviation was one of his greatest  hobbies and it became ono of his  greatest business assets.  Jean   Lussier   Successfully   Performs  Daring Stunt  Niagara Falls, N.Y.���������For the  third time La his Lory" man conquered  the mighty Niagara when Jean A.  Lussier, 36-year-old French-Canadian now living at Springfield, Mass.,  went over the Horseshoe Falls on  the Canadian side in a specially constructed rubber ball while a crowd  of 150,000 people"*lining the river  banks on either side, ' cheered and  applauded him.  The start was made from Cayuga  Island, about three miles above tbe  falls, at 2.30 o'clock'and Lussier was  rescued from the bridge eddy below  the falls at 3.20 o'clock by William  Hill, daring riverman, alone in a  rowboat. At first it "Was feared the  giant bail might be carried down  stream jnto. the rapids. Lussier  plunged over the "brink at three  o'clock,    f  When Hill reached the ball it was  right side up and it was a matter of  only a few minutes until it was towed to shore and opened.  The first to- greet Lussier with a  resounding smack on his cheek was  his sister, Madame J. P. Cautiere, of  Sherbrooke, Que.  The only bruises Lussier suffered  in his perilous journey were of minor  nature. There was a small mark  on his right temple, another  on his left shoulder, and a spot on  his left shoulder blade, all received,  he said, in the terrific bouncing  while his strange conveyance was  passing through the rapids above the  falls.' ,   '"''���������  Asked concerning his sensations  while gQing over the precipice, Lussier said:  "I didn't even think. It happened  too fast."  X1M AmCTCailUg  JLiAJUUIl  Improved  Methods   of Marketing  to  be   Demonstrated   at   Western  Fairs. ���������  ������ r *.*.*mm+������r W������^ *'  VWJ *^V*������������ -v.*.  Hon. Fi'ank Oliver, Dominion, railway commissioner, appointed to the  board in 1923V is slated to retire this  fall, it is reported, because he has  reached the age limit of 75, even  though he will have served only one-  half of his ten-year period.  Planning Farm  i*&  u eaiis aysiem  Regrets Appointment  Of*Viscount Byng  Legislation  IPassed  Two  Years   Ago  Soon to Become Effective  Ottawa.���������It is announced at the  Finance Department that -within a  very short time effect-will be. given  to the legislation passed two years  ago and made contingent upon provincial adherence^ establishing a system of farm; credits. By the legislation then passed the way was pav-~  ed for Federal financing of the system in the province which went in  on the plan. Ontario, with a scheme  of its own, will not do so, nor will  Saskatchewan, which is in the same  position, while Quebec has not decided as yet.  Four provinces, however���������Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia arid  Nova Scotia���������subscribe to it. In  consequence, the project will go  ahead. A Loan Commissioner will  be appointed, and a central organization, but not a large one, will be  established at Ottawa.  The greater part of the administration, however, will' be in the  hands of the provinces.  Asks Help For Children  Widow  of  Captain   Hinchcliffe   Says  They Are Unprovided For  London, England.���������The Daily Mail  published a complaint from the  widow of Captain Walter G. R.  Hinchcliffe, pilot for the Hon. Elsie  Mackay on her ill-fated trans-Atlantic flight, saying tlmt her two children were unprovided for. The. establishment of a trust fund to reduce  the British national debt in memory  of Miss Mackay, by her parents,  Lord and Lady Inchcape, called forth  the letter.-..  "Mrs. Hinchsiiffe argued that while  there was no legal obligation on-  Lord Inchcape, there was a moral  one, because the whole scheme of the  flight came from Miss Mackay -who  hired Hinchcliffe. She said she had  written four times to Lord Inchcape  telling him of her position and need.  He replied non-committally, to the  first letter, but she received no response to the others.  bringing directly before the producers some of the lessons learned during the: Canadian National Railways  marketing, tour of the British Isles  last winter, "the Dominion Department of Agriculture is preparing an  exhibit to be shbwn at the fairs at  Brandon, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Regina during July;  f  The exhibit will he conducted in ������  car which the Canadian National  Railways are providing and lecturers and demonstrators -will be in ait-  tendance throughout. The exhibit  '���������will be in Brandon for~the period of  the fair. From there it will go to  Calgary, July 9 to 14; Edmonton,  July 17-21; Saskatoon, July 23-28  and Regina,  July 30 to August 4.  Among the matters which the exhibit will stress will be the importance of marketing only the highest  quality products in the British Isles  and all the standardizing of grades  and improving methods of marketing Canadian agricultural products  so that they can meet more efficiently the intense competition of the Old  Country- markets. In addition to  the lecturers and demonstrators provided by the Government, there will  be in attendance at the exhibit at  each point visited two or more of the  farmers from that district who made  the trip last year.  Iyr������n������������������������������������mft a nut ��������� wtwi^tmrn ^  U5JS LA5H r HUM  RAIN OVERAGE  l"UK::*:Ke5bAKUl  Interested In  "**������������������  Wireless Merger  Beatty    Makes    Important    Submis  sions  to  British   Government   Is  Report;. "  London, England-^-The Daily Mail  says that President E. W. Beatty of  the Canadian Pacific Railway, has  made important submissions to the  British Government embodying Canadian views concerning the rumored  merger of wireless and cable companies to operate imperial communications.       Until  these  recommenda-  Ottaway-^The. Federal L Government  has decided to devote the entire  amount of money resulting from,the  overages in Canadian terminal elevators toward research in connection  with grain problems. In making  this announcement, Hon. James Malcolm, minister of trade and commerce, stated that the decision had  been made in view of the ever increasing number of problems respecting the production and marketing of  Canadian grain.  The expenditure of monies resulting , from overages will be under the  direction of the National Research  Council and the order-in-council relative to the disposal of such monies  along these lines has, been passed.  Expenditures will be utilized? not  only to subsidize and extend the various researches now under way in  universities" and research laboratories, now conducting such work, but  will make possible research on many  pressing problems for which money  heretofore has not been available.  In the opinion of the government,  monies accruing from the grain  trade should, as far as possible, gc>  toward the solving of the problems  of that trade. Am������ng the most important problems in connection with  which research has \ been going on  for some time past is that of combatting rust. The amount of money  from overages in Canadian terminal  elevators at the disposal of the government for the purposes mentioned  is $219,000.  tions are sifted out. delay in publish-  The   government  has   already   ac-'ing the terms of the settlement is in  cepted the trust fund, of '$2,500,000,  which will be Ieft to accumulate for  50 years and then foe applied to the  debt-  Has   Been   a  Mistake   Says   London  Daily Express      -.:���������  London, England.���������;In ��������� a leading  editorial The Daily Express indicates  it greatly regrets the appointment of  Viscount Byng, former Governor-  General of Canada, as Commissioner  of the Metropolitan Police to succeed  Sir William Horwood, who is retiring. ���������' "���������    '���������  "Nobody questions his splendid  war record," The Express says, "but  one man can lead only one life."  "Wc feel very strongly thoro has  been a mistake on both sides and  only Viscount Byng's voluntary resignation of his office can rectify  it. That magnificent force, the  Metropolitan police, should have at  ita head a young man of enthusiasm,  initiative and vision combined with  driving force."  ; The impression is growing hero  that ViHcount Byng will withdraw his  acceptance of tho commiasioncrship  of thc Metropolitan"* Pollco if thc  present criticism in thc prens nnd  the political circles of h'm appointment continues. 'Hie objections to  his assumption of the poat arc that  ho Is too advanced in years for an  arduous position In which he has had  no experience, and nn these grounds  members of the l-Iouso of Commons,  particularly tho Labor members, and  a number of newspapers arc criticizing his appointment.'*'  Natural Resources Question  Conference    at    Ottawa    has    Been  Satisfactory, Says Manitoba  Premier  Ottawa.���������'The conference has been  satisfactory," declared Premier John  Bracken, referring to the deliberations that have been in progress  here between members of tho Manitoba Government and the Federal  Cabinet.  "Tho subjects discussed and the?  conclusions arrived at will have to  bo communicated to the provincial  government and until they havo  been consulted nothing can be said  at present."  The purpose of the conference.  was to dl3cuss thc question of the return of the natural resources to the  province of Manitoba and to explore  thc various problems which this matter involves.  Win Gordon Bennett Trophy  Detroit, Mich.���������Unofficial check  of distances indicated that the United States army balloon, piloted by  Captain W. E. Kepner, with Lieut.  W. O. Eareckson- as aide, had won  ���������Jhe Gordon Bennett international  balloon race and given America permanent possession of the trophy.  For the first time in seventeen years  of competition one nation will have  won the event for the third consecutive time.  evitable, says the newspaper. No  confirmation of these statements is  obtainable but Canadian Press" understands that any modification of  terms now under consideration that  might be made would likely be of  small importance.  Insect Menace Slight  Winnipeg.���������"There has never been  a year when the west was so free  from insects of all kinds as the present," declared Arthur Gibson, Ottawa, Dominion entomologist, on arrival here en route home from a  tour of inspection of the west. There  was no sign anywhere of any insects  harmful to crops, he stated.  i^^^^m^m^^^^  Problem For Ontario  Toronto.���������Tho    spread     of     communistic   literature    throughout   tho  school r.c-etlonn cf Northern Ontario  continues unabated, according to ofli-  clala of the department of education  at Queen's Park. Departmental  officials are making fresh Inquiries  regarding tho activity of tlie communists involved hi preparation for  any action tlie prime minister may  aco fit to tako on his return from  Europe.  Food Shortage In Russia  Soviets    Buying    Huge    Amount    bf  Grain in Baltic  London, England. ��������� Huge purchases of -wheat on the Baltic Ex^"  change by Soviet Russia are reported in London, traders here expressing the opinion that the movement  indicates a severe scarcity oi food in  Russia.  The quantity in Liverpool .for.spot  cash amounts to between 150,000 to  200,000 tons, and Baltic London  brokers expect Russia to buy almost  as large a quantity again.  The prices agreed to without negotiations thus far have been uniformly as much as 90 cents per quarter  above the market rate, which is felt  to indicate a tremendous immediate  demand for grain.  London brokers say tney have reports of long bread queues and a  painful shortage of food in Russia  which, before the war, was one of  the world's largest exporters of  grain.-  Russia has hot bought such supplies of wheat since the winter of  1919-1920.  ������|'V      '*&;  Fraudulent Currency  Fake American  Bills Being Circulated In Winnipeg  Winnipeg.���������United States wires a  few days ago carried warnings of  the currency of fraudulent $20 bills.  Some of them have turned up here.  Several merchants have been victim-  ed in the last few days by the fake  notes.  Bills used here are valid one dollar bills"cleverly changed to give the  appearance of the note of larger denomination.  Police fear an influx of the fraudulent notes during thc next week  when thc Norse convention will  draw hundreds of United States  visitors. Merchants have been  warned.  SAY IT WITH SONGS  Probably what haa ever been tlio  largest crowd to say goodbye to aj  departing individual, .omitting royal-^  ty, was recognized at tho North Toronto Station of the Canadian Pacific Railway, recently when two thousand membera of the Toronto Exhibition choir sang "Bon Voyage" to their  leader, Dr. II. A. Pricker, upon liln  leaving for England and Europe,  About an hour beforo thc depar-  liiit- ol llie lr.-i.iu, tha station way  densely packed. .'21evon special  street cars and ono hundred automobiles were used for tho transportation of the group.  Drawn up at the platform tho two  thovifcand choir .m*mboi*s sung v.-ith  trrcat effect as tho train carrying l*h\  Ft"<l:cr  .started  on   it.*;  eastern   ionr-  Fire In B.C. Mi no  Fernie, B.C.���������Fire in thc tipple of  the Corbin Coals, Ltd., at Corbin,  B.C., completely destroyed Uio structure.  This disaster will, it is believed, cause the closing down of  that colliery and throw a couple of  hundred men out of work. No estimate of the loss has been made.  The Lister Institute of England is  experimenting with a number of  guinea-pigs to discover health value  of different varieties of apples.  W.   N.    U.    1741 THE- CBE8TON  BE VIEW  snt -unco ������ un kelview  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : ������2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C 3?. Hawses, Editor aud Owner,  No ������ne is  exactly  pleased  with j  eight years of opposition member  representation?1    Certainly its time  for a change.    Vote Putnam.  ORESTON. B.O.. FRIDAY. JULY IS  Vote Putnam���������its Time  for & Change  It has been well said that there  i-a nothing quite so uncertain as a  horserace or a general election,  and it has been pointed out, too,  that coming events cast their  shadows before. Aud we have  scripture for it that all signs fail  in a dry season. With two of  these escellent sayings in our favor  the Review is goiii|? to venture the  prediction that ou June 18th the  verdict will be in favor of the  MacLean Government.  Taking British Columbia as a  whole times have never been a  great deal more prosperous than  they are at present. You never  heard of a government being  beaten in good times.  Size np the candidates that  are  in the running, and if Creston constituency   is  on   a   par   with   the  other  ridings   most  everyone   will  concede Putnam is the wise choice.  In hut one constituency is the  Liberal vote likely to be split by  the appearance of an independent  Liberal candidate, whereas the.  Conservatives have at least four of  these sort of independents to put  up with.  There are no charges of graft or  anything of that sort against any  cf the ministers. True, mismanagement is alleged, but everyone  makes mistakes���������the only ones  who don't are those -who do  nothing.  With the possible exception of  Kelson there are no interior seats  the Liberals are likely to lose, and  there is every reason to expect she  Tip to the first of the -week there  was every indication that the  campaign would go through  without any unpleasant features;  particularly in tbe way of personalities, in a fight where the candidates are quite close personal  friends.  .s   by   marking   his   ballot  for  Frank Putnam on July 18th.  Puttam  is   the  only   producing  fruit grower seeking election tinder  j*.! m-Xmm^m^m        *vfi        *.L**'  ',*1J <������.������ ^f T^ V*t******l *������������*A**C������  -04.VU4--04,       VB> \)*SX3       VtVJI t><****B  vJt vmoi** ���������������;***- +**���������  Orchardists. don'fc let party affilia  a  mm -Kj.t3r\j-t.  tions   prevetss  yonr  registering  vub������ buab -wibi. give iiuw liorviuuBvuini  industry* at least one spokesman in  the legislature and on the house  committees*  Government to capture. Creaton,  Cranbrook and Trail-Rossland.  Putnam ib already conceded s  majority in Creston Valley (where  half the vote will be polled) and he  is going just a8 strong in the other  end of the riding.  Ko one attempts to deny that  the Labor vote will be Liberal, so  with but two Labor candidates iu  Vancouver where six members are  elected, and no Labor opposition in  Victoria which elects four representatives, things look sure for the  election of at least eight Liberals,  where they had but five in the last  house.  quite a full report of a speech delivered by Col. Lister at South  Slocan on Monday night, and  amongst  other  things  CoL Lister  is reported by the News as saying:  "He said he was credibly informed that his opponent, who  was an employer of labor, had  informed his employees that unless they voted for him (Putnam)  they would be fired."  So far as this end of the riding  is concerned there is little occasion  to attempt a refutation of such a  despicable falsehood. Frank Putnam is too well known in these  parts to suffer from such a gross  misrepresentation, even if uttered  by one who was generally considered too much the gentleman to  resort to such platform tactics.  The surest explanation to CoW  ] Lister's uncalled for descent to  undesirable me:hods comes from.  South Slocan where it is found  that the tag Labor vote is  strongly with Putnam, and in a  desperate bid to capture thi; vote  CoL Lister has stooped to the "all  is fair in war and politics" line . of  cam paigni n &  In a wire advice from South  Slocan we aie informed that CoL  Lister's resort to untruth has made  a fiock of -new Liberal votes  amongst the men and women there  who will not stand for, wilful de  caption of this sort being attempted even in political activities.  And in Creston vailey resentment will be similarly shown. The  independent voter here will insist  "Thou shalt not bear false witness,"  against a friend in a purely personal matter.  Conceding that there may be  some truth' to the Conservative  claims of extravagant administration, it must bo admitted that the  MacLean O-avernmewt  has   placed  onw ciirrann. r.ovni.inn rjjj  t-fSS SnQMIQCrS  of those hest able to \carry it.  Farmers in Creston district are  now pay in ������ less taxes than four  years ago���������at which time the rate  waa cut from J. per cent, to the old  1916   rate  of  one half  of  one per  *\J������% m t>;  *S^U*m.*Jm  When the franchise was ooncedr  ed the women everyone, expressed;  the hope that their entry into  politics would provide  a .consider-"  ol-vl������ !������,rw/1-������T <���������>*** tttwo-).*4-ulv tta-xr-tckarvatirlont".  voters They were counted upon  to make it absolutely certain that  only the best men offering would  be elected. There can be ub ;misf  take as to which of the local  candidates deserve the support of  these bulwarks of the home.  Ladies, be careful how you vote.  Dr. Tolmie would also have us  believe that if Veturned to power  he will inaugurate a policy that  will stabilise agriculture. "'** From  1917 to 1921 Mr. Tolmie was  minister of agriculture for Canada;  he is Imnsslf S; farmer, and has  been identified with the industry  for a quarter of a century in this  -province. With no definite policy  in this connection after all his  splendi i experience his promises in  this connection are just about  worthless.  HOME ffffiSW  One good turn deserves another.  For the North and South Highway and 75 per cent, assistance  with primary road maintenance,  surely the average village ratepayer can well  afford   to  recioro-  Friendly co-operation is in a fair  way to have the. Dominion take  over the P.G.E. yWith it off our  hands the province will save almost^  $3,000,000 annually; can reduce  taxation to that extent or utilize  the amount to s^isi&fthe.debt, or  for the general development of 3.CX  Vote Putnam on the 18th and do  your bit to help the province get  out from in under this railroad  debt and at the same time assure  the extension of the line by the  Canadian National.  Speaking at Grand Forks on  June 17, 1927, the Conservative  Grand Forks Gazette reports Dr.  Tolmie saying:  "W������ are spending a lot of  money on reclamation schemes,  bub I would suggest developing that part of the province  that is sticking above water first.*"  Electors in the .Creston District  who are convinced that the dyking  of Kootenay Flats is the one sure  thing to build up Creston, should  b������ careful how they vote next  Wednesday.  VACATION TIME  is here vgam. with its call to the Great Outdoors. In the course of the next few weeks,  thousands of people will forsake the cities to  seek rest and recreation by lake and stream and  in the depths of the cool, green Forests.  jSlSMt   9MM    fa^^^MM   ffWaafc   mtmmWBk    ���������MMUssa     MMMMM   flMMMNtw  ABflg s^~ B&ra KS EZ* B2P  I7B ELSwfl ESELEm  m -fi  This is the month ot July when the Fire Hazard  is at its height. Be rigidly careful with Fire.  Get your camp fire permit; have it always with  you   and  follow  its  simple  instructions.    The  consciousness of doing youi* part to Protect the  Forests will add materially to your enjoyment  of them.  In his manifesto and in his campaign speeches Dr.'Tolmie would  have us believe ho can evolve a  policy that will keep people in  British Columbia. From 1917-  1921. when Mr. , Tolmie was  minister of agriculture at Ottawa,  oflioirtl returns show that 357,976  persons left Canada to live in the  United States. If that is the hest  Mr. Tolmie oould do when he was  at Ottawa in a government and in  a posit!oia to enact a policy to keep  Canadians at home, no ono in these  parts is likely to take him serious  ly when ho promises a policy that  will k ep the boys and girls in B.C.  iLg&amM^ii'gifai^^^  BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE  As we observed ab the opening  of the fight, so let us conclude with  tho observation that party ism has  no place whon it oomon to electing  a representative at Victoria.  What we need is a member of  eharnoter, industry and ability.  Don't plfieo in the BervicGfl- of the  province "a man you would not  liavo on your own payroll. If you  want a business administration in  this province bo <<juro you elect  auoaansful business men to handle  your affairs.  Tho  ^uII������������b' Aid  of Trinity United  Ciiiaranu **������!������ n<i4-*������? ������->tM������'Nti*iii>i.������i'M an   |.!j������  tthurch WiH(ini>������������������iL on flection xhiy,  July 16th, frosn 3 p.m. wnfcit well into  thc eventing while ttac returns) mm  linltig r������e<ilv<������*l.  yon could have exactly the Hnd of car yoo  wasted, what are the feat-arcs yea weald de������  juand?  Ypu would want Performance ��������� . atasslna to stead  ������������hen you would want Style, of courses���������the latest  trend in body design���������lone, low. racy lines**--*llxe  -newest and most modish colorings*    You would  ,, want lhe disiiEctioa &������ Body by Fisher.  And you would like a Luxurious ear ������ ������ ������a������ witfe  Wide, deep cushions that invited rest ��������� . with rich  and beautiful upholsteries and -fine interior appointments . . one with snug protection against the  weather with ease and smoothness of riding.  Xast, hut by no means least, yea would deaea^'S  Quality . . substantial constractioa . . refinements  such as Four-Wheel Brakes. Air-Cleaner. Oil Filter,  Crasskcase Breather, Vaeu������3S3.-Feed Fuel Supply*  Safety Gasoline Tank in rear and so forth . . dependability at all times and under all conditions I  These are the things everyone would like to have  in a car =, . and that everyone CAM have, for the  first time in automobile history, at Use low cost of  She "Bigger and Better* Chevrolet. e.t������������?.������������e  TkeGSM^JC.... .  mo*S .���������S-s������sfes*J asd  Gcstrat S������.o������orzf tno* deferred- finytasai ������������css- off pros ts*  tad esa&s&icdt ss? ci bvslzg $sssr CAsvrsUS es Sfsis.  RomSstzg    m    ������; ��������� > 462S.OO  Tourinc     .    .    ��������� .    62S.0O  Caups ���������-;���������   =    e.  e =    740.C0  Condh  ���������_.  ������ ���������'��������� .'���������'��������� ������    740.OO  'Smaak  ������   '���������'���������?���������   -���������. ������������������    325.00  AS frices ci Factory, Oshossa���������  Covemmasi T<aet^4Bkmpers and  ���������-���������������   Spare Tea Extra.  lanpatia! Scales   ���������    - $990J00  C0tw������iCibI������ Cabriolt    S69.QO  fawroMJal Chaariw������     470.09  Bttatatoawr Delsvccy    ->    SZS.OO  Tea Tesscfc Oh-rtrr%i *    63S.O������  Express ���������    ���������>    0304f0  AU prices at PscUry. Otbtas*���������  Ggmentmemt TessSriksmpera em$  Spare Ts* Bxtr*.  s>s,i:  :������i:  -&&.%**& mszaAGity   *ojsxs������a %r*^s  Creston      -      Qr&nhrook  PRODUCT    OP    GENERAL   MOTORS    OF    CANADA,    LIMITED  Oeotric Lights  We are now prepared to supply Light and Power  Service to residents ana business places above the track.  We carry Electric Supplies and Fixtures, and are in a  position to do your wiring, etc., at a price that you can  afford. All work guaranteed. Estimates on jobs given  free. See us," or call us on the phone, and we will be  pleased to call on you. ^  - ��������� n   ���������    .  ������e  FLOUR!  In any of these lines we are prepared to take care  ryour every requirement promptly  will satisfy.    We are handling  of your every requirement promptly and aft prices that  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran* Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  COAL  GALT���������the best mined  H  m  mm Ch  t ts  /  THS^C^E^TOH  BjsTIBW  Local and  Members of the executive of  Creaton Liberal Association are  asked to attend a meeting st.tha  committee rooms, Lasnont Build  in#, on Monday, July 16. at 8  n.j2i/ T>roH! fti-4 Susiness of pcr&s.t-  importance has to he disposed of  and a large turnout is requested.  penaent Conservative running  North Okanagan the Conservatives  will have a hard time to retain that  riding*, while in South Okanafgan,  -Sutherland, a straight independent, is  fiikeiy tit euierfge wiener in the copxesi/  vrith' Jones, .Conservative, according  to Mp= Staples. ~     v  I  ia   tuenc, ana  most or ine  tamiiy, who  *   were   with   him,   have arrived  home  again.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nickel were  weekend visitors afc Nelson where  they were ia attendance at a confirmation service at the Lutheran Church,  at which Miss Dora Nickel was one of  the candidates.  Mrs. G-tisfeeH of Kimberley has joined urr iausbami here and they are.  occupying tlxe Brown bungalow on  Vancouver street. .Mr. Gaskell is in  charge of construction of the new  Archibald residence.  ^S7    *a  Messrs. Geo. Johnson and B. Wains  slay with Misses Lyda Johnson and  Ruby Lister left by auto on Saturday  for a week's visit at Galg-ary during  the stampede, travelling by way of  the Banff-Windermere hijrhway.  The first crop estimate for 1928 has  jnst been issued by ths departnaaut  and for this year Creston Valley is  likely to have 165,000 boxes of apples,  3500 boxes crabapples, 3500 boxes  pears, a ad 6000 crates plums and  prunes.  The Liberals sire to close the campaign with a rally at the Grand  Theatre on Tuesday night. 17th, at  which the speakers will be Archie  Donaghy of Nelson and Alex. Fisher.  K.C������ of Fernie. Both are experienced campaigners a nd this final meeting  of the campaign is sure to be interest.  ing.    Meeting at 8.30 prompt.  ' Dae to haying to go to Edmonton,  Aiberla. on urgent departmental business, Hon. Chas. Stewart, minister of  the interior, was unable to address a  Liberal rally billed for Creston. on  Wednesday night, much to the disappointment of a large crowd anxious to  .hear him present the prairie viewpoint. Mr. Stewart will be here later  ir. the month for a most important  conference with Creston KecBamation  Company, LitBiited, directorate.  B, B. Staples, -sales manager for  Sales Service, Limited, Kelowna,  _ spent a few days here sit the end of  the week, and confirms newspaper reports of'heavy damage by rain fco^the  Okaxmgan cherry crop, the 'joss at  Pentioton being estimated at between  $50,000 and  $80,000.     With an inde-  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE:  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  After the  Have some Ice Oreain or  an Ice  Cream  Soda   at  ������our parlor at the Oeston  Drag & Book Store.  reston Dairy  R. A. COMFORT  GMEGkWmfMGt���������������  Shirts  *3 Watr***** &hamn9*2iy  ft&ude-froni a high grade woven  ohambrity, double stitched  throughout, one pocket, double  yoke, extension neck bund, reinforced arm holes, roomy  trie-eves, reinforced guuaet. ono  inch chuck pattern in bUie.sand,  brown und linen coIors,Hssarled  or solid, oizaa 14 to 17.  $1.50 EACH  V* MAWSON  i **m*m**.miww*^t*mi*w0mi*m 0m^im^0*mAmAr*^Am0*i^mmmmmsm*rm*mmAmm*sAmmmAAm  Victor Carr is haiiliog the necessary  ��������� i      m.      i   _  j     ____���������_     ___ ��������� __<!_      y ^-  , Mr. and Mrs*r&. Ireland of Jtt.imber-  ley were motor visitors with the  Misses Keece at the Kelly ranch. W.  ���������Wright, senior and junior, also -of  Kimberley were visitors with Mr. and  gravel  used   in  road  repair   work   in j Mrs. Kelly.  CresLon   vilfctg������v irons  the pit on his i     ]������r. BIMj air8��������� oiark Moore of Dover,  ranch.       .        ���������<���������&>������'-:?', "- '   j Idaho, have   been   visiting  wilh   the  , ���������������__ J-������p-������_-iz--������.... -   _: 1 former's mother,  Mrs. Hugh Taylor,  /���������.Mr. " "~ ���������  - ���������      .  Rob  __^i ���������������* "*^irSS-.*&<-|Sk'  wSfch'  Jack Saiith, who underwent a  minoE operation at the Cranbrook  hospital last ^?eek, is making a Hue  recovery, and will be home by the end  of this week-meet likely.  ?   Latest reports from Cranbrook'" hos-  pifral   are    to -the   effect > that    Mr.  shows iruprpye-  motor visitors'tOcOrAabrook-ou Saturday and have !et������Mrs.'Miller a patient  in St. JEugene hWsjSivtu!, whew she is to  undergo an.operatSon toward the end  of the week.   , * Py *  ���������j.o.  &vs.^jau^sPaaXnov ana son. j .um nBBh fc������������ /Ja-  ,M.sgr%������p&. &vMars������al������_ were  Misses JBva and Louise Webster of  Vancouver, and Mrs. Howard McDonald of Calgary, Alberta, have been  spending a few days with their  mother, Mrs. J. H. Webster, having  been called here afc the weekend due  the serious condition of theii  health.  Miss <3eorgin������fCJ6'5 of  a visitor  this' week   with  Marshall, * *���������   . .. ,   ���������  Cranbrook  is  Mi**. Jonu  Mr. and Mrs. R. Stewart are_expect-  ing their granddaughter from England  in a- few ������iay������. -Tfcyw- ^;?5������ rp-portsd to  have reached * Montreal from England  father's  The annual school meeting will  be  held at 7 p.m. Saturday night, 14th,  and as important financial matters sre  to be dertlc with a full turnout of the  .ratepayers is asked for.  SHOE REPAIRS  at  Reduced Prices  Men's Half Soles $1.00  Men's Rubber Heels 50  Women's Half Soles     .75  Women's Rubber Heel    .35  Workmanship guaranteed  F  *    *t  *     m0mi  WHAT does the future of British Columbia hold for us? Were we  wise in putting dur Life's effort, our brawn, our brains, our  money, into tfiis Province? Were we* and those hardy pioneers who  wrested this vast domain from the wilderness, mistaken in the belief  that this, indeed, was the " land of opportunity ? *  Let ua sum up the achievements of the past ten yearo.  JLot us look the situation squarely in. tho face and see  whether or not our efforts have been fruitful, and our  faith in British. Columbia and her potentialities justified.  The development of our natural resources has centred  the. eyes of the world on British Columbia, and haa  attracted thousands to our province. Today wo have a  population of 617,000. The last census -showed only  392,480. Today wo havo an invested capital In Industries  and commerce of 1,837 million dollars. Ten years ago  it was only 650 million.. Wo have harnessed more of our  nlfthty watercourses. Today they are delivering 460,563  , II.P., as compared with 231,700 H.P. ten years ago* and  we still havo millions nvnlltkhlol  Industrial production totalled $1,055,436,616 In 1926.  In 1916, $8������7���������119���������736. Our payrolls have grown from 78  million to 175 million dollars annually, -giving each  Industrial worker thc greatest individual buying power  of any in the Dominion*  Our commerce has Increased from 43 million tons,  carried by .81,104 ships.In 1916, to 83 million tona ana  95,000 ships. Today wo control 17% of Canndn*������ entlfl"������  export trade. Tha valuo of ores taken from our mountains  has steadily mounted tn tho last ten years from 42  mill ton dollars to 67 millions ... 59% increaso . . .yet  our mineral resources have only been scratched -within  the transportation area! Our fisheries produced 27  million dollars- llu 1926s H million in 1916; and our main  Industry, lumbering, haa risen Sa the same period from  42 million to 84 million dollars . ��������� ������ 139% increase 1  While we are not usually looked upon as an a&rl-'  cultural province, yet we produced no leas than 17  million dollars -worth of farm products in 1926, ns com*  pared with 32 million tenyears ago. Our total agricultural  wealth Is estimated nt 300 million dollars*  Our school population has increased during the past  ten years from 64,570 to 101,688; schools by 31%; teachers  hy 71%. Construction grow from $2,800,000 in 1916 to  the amazing figure of 927,300,000 in 1926; while during  the same period -we added no Bess than five thousand  miles to tho then existing 26,000 milos of roads nnd  trail*. Twuay the vaiuo or our bridges alone is $8,848,6001  Seriously studying this ten years'* record, can we  over question for a moment the wisdom of our choice  of British Columbia as the scene of our life's work*  Can wo ever doubt our faith?  Most   emphatically   NOl   For   these   phenomenal  achievements speak in no mean terms of that which may  be accomplished under sane legislation,  when effort  vls sincere, when there t������. unity ot pwrj?oso aaad fofltfla.  to taovo mountains*  With confidence unbounded we can all put our  shoulder to tho wheel of the mvext decade and roll up  another record which will reflect still greater fame on  our fair province, and create mvan greater prosperity  for Its Industries, Its communities, Its Individuals.  ;#/  Read thet* ���������artttrtuntemtnts ancl understand your province**  progress .. . clip them out and send them to friends. IJ you  desire extra copies of these announcements a note to this  newspaper wilt bring them. Advertise your Province!  i*  K&-^...������SB H1B   {OS  mm^ummjm^       m^Mj^- ^^^^      SjjS^BB     ^ABSttmmm^.  IWM Ilia li&M      WBHa        i^^&    E{3  ���������MM MMM  PStMi      ^mf^w^m *^^^.  mM mMmm\ Mm  *a~'a~~aaaZ  ������"*|^ ^^ *MMflk m)SSSSjmf*  [   mwmmm      F^i������"f   fm.���������j       ���������        ^_   _ y^    .......... J    mMl^J t'-^^^m I  -dH \WKrS    mSB     WSSfjttmmm\      **^^U^S^b,  VC.H.tZtt  WMMMMMlMMMIa^^  Ht>m.������.i>itimm>i*&*im0mmm0*s**' >-/���������  Nlfc OF  WHEAT POOL  WORLD MARKETS  Edmonton.���������Tales of the success  of producer co-operative livestock associations hi the TJnited States were  unfolded "before the Institute of Cooperation here by C. O. Randell, oi  the United States Department of  Agriculture's division of co-operative  I ...J    HI. ...   IlL._i2���������  MJru  riuiHcr   valuing  Post In Palestine  marKc uing-,  ^XT^ r.V.4*. rv*rj^.r^  Y * ClO.LX.lJlJt������, IVJLi.  "Bigger and better livestock cooperation" was* the topic of Mr. Ran-  deli. He outlined the progress of  farmer co-operatives in the republic,  stating- tbat their turnover last year  exceeded two and a half millions.  J.VXI.    xv������nu.������iii.   gave    3t/v    : cESuaiS    i^t.  success, guide posts to new standards of efficiency on the part of cooperatives;      capable     and   .efficient  Has Held Position As  Commissioner  For Three  Years  London.   ���������    Fieici    Marshal Lord  TPltirne**    anil    ehrtW-lxr    -irp<->s> "-p.    tho    hio?i  commissionship of Palestine, ^which  he has held since 1925. The'Daily  Express, in an article from its Jerusalem correspondent, says that Vae  retirement will he brought about by  Lord Plumer's differences with the  British colonial office over the division of the cost of the Trans-Jordania force as between the British  Exchequer and Palestine, Palestine  having already a budget deficiency of  $5,000,000.  Lord Plumer commanded the second army during some of the most  important operations of the Belgian  front in the war, in some of which  the   Canadian   forces   took   part.   He  was   specially  mentioned    for  good  work in connection with railway and  managers and employees; able and j forestry battalions. Lord Plumer. who  working board of directors; well in-j is 71 years old, as a matter of fact,  formed active and supporting room- j had Canadians constantly -with him.  bership; proper financing and facili-l during the war and he also command-  ties   for   doing   business;   volume   of j ed  men  from  the  Dominions  in   the  South African war.  Wireworms Damage  Saskatchewan Crops  livestock sufficient for economic operation; working program, embracing perhaps a research department.  '.'The greater control of our product, the greater control of our  price,''  was the   axiom  laid ctown by  George   Mclvor.   general   sales   man- j _��������� A ^, .    '.   ?'  /-.        ^-        iT-i.     .   -.-.     t ! ������epor������- ohows activity  agor.   Canadian  W heat   Pools,   in  an: ,      _ ������,.,-.-  ������ ���������_ ,       ,,,    .     , i ly  Severe  This   Spring  address   on    'Functions   of  a   Central;     _, _. .y .,      ,  c, ,,. . ..    ,. ,   .,    l     Regina. ��������� The    greatest    damage  Selling  Agencv.       He  expressed  the i ^ _     ^       ���������    ,    , . ..JL  _,.*���������.. ,. .        ..      : uOiic ��������� 4.0       0&S.t������8.i,Cu������\V.*Att      Ci'OpS       lilts  desire   to   see   every   farmer   in   tne, .    . . y,.  ,,.    , , , , - ,.    -1 year ss by wireworms, according  to  West a pool member and was of the i *y -Z,     . , A     ��������� ,,     ^  T+.- ..  ���������* 4.x. -.        *"i-.���������! the recently issued report of the Do-  opmion tbat if the pool controlled  to<     .   . _*'..     -   .   ���������-.    ,      ,   , .  4.     * ^    s*       ^- ^    - minion    Entomological     Laboratory,  per cent, of the Canadian wheat crop : ������  ������  Rirt Tim  ������  w.  Ha������a-t K������*J    **a������*BBB  (it now has 55 per cent.! it would  virtually be able to control the Canadian price, having regard to world  markets.  He remarked that the total of  wbeat traded upon the world markets was 800,000,000 bushels and  when the Canadian pools handled  220.000,000 bushels, it could be readily seen what influence it already has i  on the world market.  "Some problems of management" |  were dealt with by E. B. Ramsey, or'  "Winnipeg, manager of the Canadian j  Wheat Pool.  "There is no trick of management  that can make up for a badly informed and dissatisfied membership,"  said Mr. Ramsey. He added that  when a commercial concern failed,  it was soon forgotten,    while    every  Assailants Use Machine Gun Method  To Finish Gang Leader  Chicago. ��������� ''Big .....Tim" Murphy,  ChfLcagoJ labor leader, was shot and-  killed at his home at 25-i3 Morse  Avenue, in the exchiaive Rogers  P&rk district, by assailants who attacked him,..with .machine guns...."  a.',:, An automobile parked on a sidq,  street a few hundred yards away  threw its' glare of lamps on the labor  leader as he stepped from, the base-  stient doorway, his silhouette reflected? by the basement lights/  In response to a call, "Who is  there?" Big Tim was answered-by  the rat-a-tat-tat of a machine gun.  /..':-������������������������������������-He fell into the area-way, his  brother-in-law. grabbing his tao������3y and  dragging it into the bungalow dining  room.  * Mi*s. Murphy returned home as the  ���������brother-in-law,'-Harry Diggs, brought  her husband's body into the room.  The former state representative and  labor leader apparently was in the  direct- line of fire from the machine  guns, as Diggs escaped injury. Diggs  said he saw "four or five men in a  big automobile."  A neighbor said he at first thought  the firing was some kind of a premature Fourth of July celebration  until he Jlearned that Big Tim was  shot.  DtCI?^B^Il!lIf ABIT  IN CANADA TO  REGEil IMPETUS  co-operative  lhat    failed     struck     a  blow at world co-operation.  Saskatoon, on insect conditions. Much  of  the damage    attributed    to    cutworms   is   in   rres!itv   due   to   wSre-  worms,    it    is    stated.     "Wireworm  damage appears  to  have    beeh% unusually severe this spring due to the  prevailing  dry  weather,   the   use   of  much unreliable  seed grain  and  the  fact that moisture    was    sufficiently  j high to enable tlie wirewOrms tb keep  working on much of. the    seed    and  particularly the lower    part    of    the  I stem," says tho. report. "A certain degree of recovery has been noted as a  result of the recent    rains,     which,  however,  may tend  to  lengthen the  period  of wireworm  activity."     The  forest    tent    caterpillar    infestation  -now includes  an area in the  Lloyd-  minster-Maidstone District    and   the  American tent caterpillar is unusually abundant in    Western    Saskatchewan.  Hon. R. B. Bennett, leader of the.  Federal Conservative Party, who ts  planning an extensive; speaking tour  of the dominion. This picture was  taken just at the eridof the session.  Imitation Strike At  Ta fAneiaar Ivallftrtirr Mrtio  Japan. Approves Of Latest.. Proposal  . ' '   m���������    s\..4-t...���������,    vs.''-..  ��������� Tokio.'���������The foreign office spokesman says that Japan was in complete accord -with the latest proposal  of Frank fB, Kellogg, United States  Secretary, of State, for treaty to out-  Joke    Into  Dock    Workers    Turned  Real Thing  Antwerp, Belgium.���������An imitation  strike turned out to be a real one,  with'11,000 dock workers calling* off  work in the harbor of Antwerp and  refusing to listen to the pleas of the  shippers to' return to their jobs. The  affair started  out as a joke.  ifiaOe Meal law war. The cabinet was expected to  meet soon, to consider the Kellogg  draft, after which a reply would be  sent. The" spokesriiah said the government believed the proposed treaty  did * more to ensure the peace of the  Ottawa.:���������Industrial and scientific  research work in Canada -will receive  an impetus as a result of a visit  made to Washington by Hon. James  Malcolm, minister of trade and commerce, and Dr. Henry Mai*shall Tory,  president of the national research  council of Canada, who have returned  to Ottawa. Mr. Malcolm and Dr.  Tory obtained a bird's eye * view of  what is being done in the bureau of  standards at Washington with the  object to introducing the latest methods in Canadian laboratories, to be  located in Ottawa, and with the purpose of co-ordinating research efforts  throughout the Dominion.  Mr. Malcolm emphasized tSae fact  that it is not the intention of the federal government to duplicate what is  being done in the universities or provincial government laboratories in  Canada but rather to secure co-operation and eliminate overlapping.  The national research council will assign Nova Scotia problems to the  scientists Of that province and to the  ^experts of other provinces will be  given tthe problems peculiar to their''  particular district. Financial aid will  be given to scientists working in the  various universities.  Plans for the new Canadian laboratories to be established on a ten  acre" site at the Dominion Experimental Farm, at Ottawa, are now  in course of preparation and the government is confident the national research council, working in conjunction with, the Provinces and the universities, - will accomplish notable  work in connection with the economic  development of Canada.  world   than  in history.  any   similar^ document  rowned When Car  May Merge Wireless  and Cable Interests  Report  Of   Pacific   Cable   Conference  Is Awaited  London.���������The Evening Standard  said that it understood an announcement was expected immediately-to  the effect that the government would  approve a merger of wireless and cable interests, Consequently, Marconi  stock rose a dollar rt share on the  stock exchange, and shares of Eastern Telegraphs were also active.  Pending report of the Pacific Cable Conference-which has been meeting in London for some time, rumors  have been spread of a huge merger  of existing cable nnd wireless company to take over from the various  povcrnmeats of thc Empire the present system of Imperial communications. Canada is interested as a part  operator of thc Pacific cable system,  thc revenue from which has in recent  yenrs Ibccn  unsatisfactory.  AH Murders Are Solved  Loiidon. -��������� Twenty-seven   murders  _.        ^ were committed in London last, year,  ,u T <?,limT������ S bic^led around all of which were solved, according  fee^ harbor, telling .the surprised S^ report by ttie Police Comrrtission-  docljers that atha..unic^ had -declared r^  m.;;!^ ������i^_ *LzLA*S������������^"^ri  Plunges Into River  a strike to get a raise of 10 francs  (40 cents) a day. The union officials  immediately, decided to make the  strike a real thing.  Wrong Man Executed  Tragic Miscarriage OI .Justice Reported From Germany  Berlin.���������"We therefore have no  doubt that this unfortunate man was  condemned to death and executed for  & murder of which he was completely innocent."  This is the sensational statement  with which the Mecklenburg-Btrelitz  Ministry of Justice confesses to a  shocked public a miscarriage of justice, which is described by Berlin  newspapers as the most terrible in  German history within tho last-~50  years.  Tho announcement was accompanied by the dramatic disclosure that  four men on whose evidence the prisoner had been condemned have been  arrested and have confessed that they  themselves committed the crime for  which this Innocent man had suffered  death.  Receives Promotion  Winnipeg.���������-Robert Nelson Munroe.  assistant division commissioner of  immigration for Western Canada, has  been promoted to a post in the Dominion office at Ottawa, according to  word received.  er. Twelve persons were chafgecl~and  ten murderers committed s'aicide,  while one died in an asylum. The  value of property stolen was $2,821,-  000. Property recovered amounted to  $650,000. ���������  Has Valuable Hands  New York.���������Wm. Bloom's left  hand has been insured for $200,000  by his employers, and his right hand  for $375,000. He is a designer of  sport togs.  rn���������" '--* -//- *'* rT  t > *���������  OMmiloH  Anniversary  London.---The Duke of Connaught,  form or Governor-General of Canada,  celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of  hiw entry into thc army by entertaining the members of tho army council.  Th������- Duke, who recently ob.-icrvcd hirj  781.U birthday, enjoys  hprtlth and fuliills a -constant series  nf public: and social engagements, al-  iluiii^h h<- has i.-linninatcd evening cn-  *4ng< mcats.  Seach For Lost Continent  .Ii'wn Promise Three Millions  Lutttiou. The ,ievv;i of llie, ���������VTijiU-d  Kl Jkie,". were pledged to raUio 'ihhiu'l-  ]y u minimum of $r!i,00i>,0f)() to make  up for the next five years thn annual  lMidj.-et i'or the rr-hufWI'ni-,- of Pules-  ijne a:- a .Jewinli national home iu  (n < '-rrlHijee with the terms, of the  nutnilate (ti lhe Leu^ne. of NallotiH  r-til rn-l e.|  id  i;iefil   Hi It iiin.  Expedition  Has Left New  York For  the Azores  New York. ��������� An expedition in  search of traces of tho nuppoacdly  "lost continent" of Atlantis has sailed for thc Azores.  wonderful1 Tllic exPcdition's ship, named thc  Atlnnt.is, was designed by Columbus  O'Donnell Iselin, 2nd, of Now York,  captain' of tho expedition, und is  equipped with machinery invented by  Is'clin, which is expected to dredge  thc ocean bottom at a depth of three  miles.  VV.  tr.    i74a  May Try W'eHtwurct Crossing  Pririti.    Another   Westward   crossing of thc Atlantic by aeroplane may  be  attempted  early    In    July.    1 ho  Accident     Happened    When     "Driver  Took Wrong Turn In Fog  Charlottetown, P.E.I.���������Three young  people, all natives of JBlliotvale,  P.E.I., were drowned, and two others  narrowiy^escaped a similar fate,  when a touring car took a wrong  turn in the fog, and plunged into the  river, at Southport recently. The deceased and survivors were all brothers and sisters.  George Walsh had driven, the car  h'ere from New York, and took his  brother and sisters out motoring, last  night. They lost their sense of direction in the thick fog, and making  a wrong 'turn, plunged over a wharft  into the river.  ji-"^*!:-'^'''^^^;.-"i'.-.-* '* ^-^::',*-"'- 'rL^j-'-'i-Tf-lH!:!'i:i!:'.,.'. ^^^^fr. r--:i: *"^���������-^^  '.'   .,���������_.'   ���������': ��������� ' ������������������: '*' .\tt,y'.''.*.   ' ! ' Y: i'"r'P.  Refuses a Peerage  Retiring   Speaker   Of   British   House  Of Commons Does Not Desire  Title  London.���������Right Hon. J. R. Whitley, who retired last week from the  speakership of the House of Commons, has intimated to the government that for personal reasons ho  does not desire to accept the peerage  which it is customary to confer upon  speakers on  their  retirement.  His refusal breaks a precedent.  which has been maintained for more  than 320 years. Out of ten speakers  of tlie House of Commons who relinquished oilice since 1S02, seven  have been created viscounts.  LAKE DROPPED TWO INCHES  An excellent official opening of the western lakes and rivers was made  thia spring- when several guests of the Banff Springs Hotel commandeered  tr-ms-AUiuUlc   aeroplane  nf   Mnurksola big motor bus, for the Avc-mile journey to Lake Minnowunka whore nev-  Drouhin aud Joseph Lebrlx Hhoulci bo  '.*rul good eatehoH wore made.  ready before  July <1   This flight will ^ho best sport fell to O. Andrews, ol Eimfr, who captured n thirty-pound  be j/ram.uerelH'/venla.u.  Ubiui .".aid   lake  trout   sifter  a Ions  fltwjTCVv       H* ri*������.etim,Hy  nwenrs   lhal.  1h������  water  I In a upcech nt Lyons. dropped twcMnchen whon tho trout had been landed.  Registration Cancelled  Panama.���������Treasury officials havo  announced that the registration of  nil Hhips flying the Panaman flag  which were found engaged in smuggling, liquor or contraband Into tho  U.S. had been cancelled. Tho shins  affected were the Federal PUip, of  Vancouver, E.G.,. which waa ;;eized  more than a year ago by prohibition  authorities on the West Coast of tho  U.S. and later released by court order, and the Chasma and the Halca-  data.  Ambitious   Project  Planned  Itcg-ina, Sask.- AcvunYux^ to a  news despatch caTrlcrt by a local  newspaper, a move is belu-r made at  Lethbridge, Alta., to pipe gns from  thclltttural field in Alberta tp Moose  .law, Regina, Brandon and Winnipeg.  No names are divulged, but it in alleged that u bond I a sue will be floated tn New York to obtain thc ncces-  jj nary financial backing*. AA:  Local aiad Personal  Rev. A. and Mrs* Garllefe left oh  Monday by auto for, Victoria, where  they will be on holidays until about  the naidclie of August* . In his absence  Church of Bn&tand services are with-  i tAivm-ne^-  mmm   ���������-������;������  .r~-  ������*r������ ouu jo-a-a. 7s Taiitu oi. Winnipeg,  Man., were visitors here a few days  last  week   with  their   nephew   and  aelee, Mr. and Mrs. CH. Hare, xaey  were returning from a holiday visit at  *Vict<yr?i=  The Ladies* Aid of Trinity United  Ohnrch will serve refreshments in the  church basement t on . election   day,  July 23th, froea S p.sa. until well iaso  tlie evening while the returns .are  being received.  Kev. sUt Ij. Crib, the new pastor of  Trinity United Church, arrived from  Dawson City at tbe end of the week,  and took his &rst service on  Sunday  evening,   his   address   evoking   very  favorable  ccwwcuv,  mm *-������_������ i_  jaro.    h^-jtiu  &ud  children will arrive later in the month  to occupy the parsonage, which has  just been thoroughly overhauled for  the new pastor*  f    jHOjN.-������R^l-' I>������ MacLEAN, Pffss^r  5  On JULY 18th.'... El  ��������� '   ���������    . .     Af. *       ���������������������������-.* .-���������������������������...��������� ,     ���������.; ..   '     -"  must be shown b^ the  Hon Pr. !.��������� J}. MacL,ean  to make British Golu  0 ���������  ���������2  #  ������e  a vote for Dr* MacLean. This vote will  be an official declaration thai we of  British Columbia intend to continue to  lay the foundation for the prosperity  of every man* woman and child in this  Province*      ',  -���������'���������"*"'.,    ��������� ' ��������� * \ "* " *  ...   .* ,"*. >,  .        r: ��������� __  '   '���������'   ''*.*-   'it?-.   .*--* .���������-'������������������"  ��������� ".  Let lift show Canada by oiar votes that  British Columbia is in earnest ... .. ��������� that  having won recognition for equalized  freight ratesV'.. c increased and wnre-  etricted use of the Panama Canal . . ���������  and \vith .;lab*or contented and' capital unafraid to assist the development  of our^ natural resources * . ��������� we are  enthusia^ti���������ially determined to carry  on the developsnenf. and gfrowtHi of our  Province. >... so splendidly evidenced  during   these   hsssy   twelve' years   of.  Liberal Adna&mstration.  ".   -    *������������������,..'  .- V-.      I ��������� J . '   .        -' ���������       .���������   ��������� ���������  ��������� ,  ���������i , -   .    , .-.',������������������    *'*> f':" f..'' A       '  ' ''  .   '������������������'���������  Hon. Dr. MacLean and his government  are fighting for and successfully estab-  I������$|gi73|? the: fundamentals of prosperity*  ..........jte  we give the  are det^mided  u  This will insure for us factory payroll������  > . . Imarlcets for agricultural products,  the development of potential prdduc-  tioo which will benefit every person in  oir province. *~  ������j������_y  JSt* MacLean, the bead of the  Liberal Government, haa-fcfo������ ear of llie  Hon* Mackenzie King, tne bead of the  Liberal Government at Ottawa? and  when we in British Columbia demonstrate by our votes that we are in  accord with Dr. MacLean's sane, safe  and sensible policy, we will benefit to a  far greater extent than we would if the  reins of fire government were banded  over to the inexperienced hands of Dr.  **���������*       * tt .  Tolmie.  Voting is a serious matters Disregard  petty issues and personal sentiment*  For1 the Welfare of ihis Province ..������for  your own best interest ��������� ��������� ��������� return Hon*  j]J,������g*l"M'M*������w*-������������i-.aT^ '���������J mm*mmASsmmimmm0lsm*mmsmmmm������mm*mmmmmm^A-  Dr* MacLean and ms able government  to Victoriaon July ISt/miT"' ';'  MMMMaWa-MMMMi  -������y   m     m   ��������� m      Syr. /T* , B. Jr ffjfc  ^h^'tf7il*il "B ifl*   ������   'f r\^s������l,jff*cs 1   gj<jr%-g*|^rl ^/^l<t|'^"inh  J..CU.7-.*.*'.1*** >i4***.wi������������,*M't.-,***v'mt*--<-''''.' ���������**���������* .J**. THE   iEE"V^ B.    O.  UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA  ���������>        /WINNIPEG        \  'Offers,   among   others,    the   following  Courses:'  ThrouKh    Its     FACULTY     OF    ARTS  J\iS U   OV.^J*^vji   wuioc^. icmujjj^    .v*    * ������.w  detcrec-s of B.A. and M.A.; and B.Sc.,  IncludlnK B.Sc. (Phai*.), and M.Sc..  Through it������ FACCTI/TY OF ENGIN-  T3KKING AXD AHCHITECTURK  <*otn-su.s leading to the degrees of B.Sc.  (O.K.).- B.Sc. (E.E.), M.Sc. and  TS.ArclK   .  Thro-URh Us FACULTY OF MEIU-  CIN'K courses leading to th* degrees  of M.O. and CM.  Through i*s FACULTY OF AGR1-  CULTUHK AND HOME ECOKO-  JVtlOS courses leading to th<; degrees  of B.S.A. and B.Sc. (K.R.)  Through MANITOBA LAW SCHOOL.  au affiliated Institution, <t course  leading to the deg-ree of LL.B.  For terms of admission, details of  courses and- otlier Information, apply  to  W.  J. SPENCE.  Kefllstrar. ,  University  of  Manitoba,   Winnipeg  /  /?=  :5V  Farmers' Marketing  lour  Canadian National "Railways'.'Tour  To  Great' Britain and  Denmark, 1928  VJm:  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  .' 'THE CONVERSION. OST SAUL.' ..'  V.  ^VMVa.MUV.via j  Before leaving for Denmark it was  our privilege to lay upon the base of  tlie Cenotaph, in Whitehall, a wreath  of poppies in tribute to the Empire's  Glorious Dead. We marched from  Horseguards Avenue to the Cenotaph escorted by mounted and foot  police. The wreath bore the arms of  every Province, and was carried by  Mr. William Guild, of Kenmay, Manitoba, and Mr. E. F. Augustine, of Al-  vinston,  Ontario,   both ot" whom* had  for the welcome, the brotherly welcome Mr. Hogsbro Holm, secretary  of the General Agricultural Council,  tendered us ou the' Council's behalf,  nor for the frank discussion onpan-tj  i'sh agriculture which took place, fqlj  lowed,   to   our   astonishment,   by  the  presentation of- a wealth  of printed!     Golden Text: "Faithful itr the say  statistics  021  every    department    of   ing,   and  worthy  of  all   acceptation,  Danish  agriculture.     Cut  the frank-.j that Christ    Jesus    came    into    the  ness and fearlessness of this proceed-. world  to  save  sinners."-- -% Timothy  "-���������---���������������������������  1:45^ ���������  "Lesson:  Acts 9.1-19a;     22.6-16;     1  Corinthians 15.8.  Devotional Reading: Psalm 119.41-  48.  f   ExplaiuitJniis and Comments  Saul the Zealot, Acts. 9.1, 2.���������The  "But" indicates the contrast between  Ptiilip's zeal in advancing the 'grospei,  **-*t> VV UA Vi... VA^J^UAU^U ���������  keener  Tlfijlp  W\ys\hif  nm r Emm  Linnuu  BRIEFLY TOLD  looking forward  to   a    still  competition, on the world market, but  being, as wc are, descendants of the  old Vikings,  we  are looking for  the  struggle with joy, and today are glad  to shake hands with an able and first  class competitor." And we Canadians  cheered to a man and woman!  Other  interesting  features   of   the  meeting were a history of co-opera- ,  ���������  ��������� ���������������--������������������������.  tion. Questions that were answered which Luke has just recorded in Act3  : lost sons in the war. Reverently, they' by the leading agricultural profes-, 8. and Saul's zeal in retarding it.  i laid it at the foot of the stone while! sors   in   Denmark,   and   the   vote   of  By means of a vivid metaphor, Luke  ! we stood bare-headed and in silence.- '**���������* ,._...-_  I This was our most precious duty,  j our proiidest task, the memory, of  i which,  whatever   else   in     this     tour  may  be forgotten,  can never fade.  Ohristianbor  j     We had time before entraining for  ! Harwich to see the Houses of Parlia- \ B*"amily,  I ment and Westminster Abbey.     One  ��������� ������������������ I 0f j-jjg most striking  features of the  Royal Canadian Mounted Police in j beautiful Parliament Buildings is the  -ill narts of Saskatchewan are c?rrv- = towers.       The "Victoria Tower  above .   _ .   ,  P ������ ,      3   Uhe rovai entrance is said to be the  afternoon was  ended by an  inspee  ing   on  ft .vigorous   campus  to  re-��������� J^^^^ ?Swe?    ta     existence,   tion q?W Milk Distributing Depot,  move firearms from the possess-on of j The site of the Houses of Parliament [Copenhagen,  aliens. ^ i was occupied by an    ancient    palace [ (To Be Continued.) <  Th*   international   peace   congress I which from Edward the Confessor^to | _,        -. ���������      y  ,   ,     .5 .   jHenrv  V11L.   was  the   eluet   London t IrajsedY Of the Arctic  at Warsaw    ended    its    session    by; r���������sid-nce ot the reigning sovereigns.)    .. *���������*������&*** vg "gc "***-  strongly emphasizing* the conference's; ipjje present  buildings date  from be-'  appreciation of the Kellogg proposal j tween 1840  and   1S30  and   cost $15,-  Excessive flesh., Js ~-.dangerous to .yoiir  hfinlthv Get rid "Of St~*how! MAIGRIR is a  scientific reducing remedy-,of proven satisfaction, yy-','Start, treattnontyat once���������you'll  ieei better . rrr iook. Jjetter.���������- live longer.  Money refunded 'II not entirely satisfied.  Sent by mail only, postpaid, in jjlain -wrapper. Prlco $1 per box, or 3 bojtes for  *2.50.       Write������������������  MAIGRIR DISTRIBUTORS, LTD.  Dept.    WP-3,  525   Pacific   Bldg.,   Vancouver,   B.C.  Big Power Development  Development   Of   S9,000   Horsepovi.er  On Churchill River Is Promised  Jti.Xt-C4(XJL V4������i5 V %^XKf^J*.i.M.*JAAS* V/X \J>*J t"*' 4J KJ  horsepower  at  Island  Falls,   on   the  thanks proposed in Danish by Mr. C.'shows us how Saul's presence brought  Christensen, tho only    Danish    born   terror to the hearts of the disciples i Churchill   River,   is   promised   in   an  Canadian in the party. "''"-*"��������� * '" "      '"" '  In the afternoon we bad the. pleas-  ure  of 'viewing' Amalienbora* Palace,  whom he    hunted:    "But    Saul,    yet j announcement made by the Churchill  breathing  threatening: and slaughter'  agrainst'the disciples  of    the    L.orct,  the   residence   of   the   Danish   Royai' went unto the high priest." "'Breath-  r.-,���������.:-     ,-._.-,.. -      jQ    and   ing- hard,   out  of  a  threatening  and  to outlaw war.  Mining staking in Manitoba i'or the  first six months of this 3-ear reached  a. record-breaking figure, according  to the monthly statement of the Federal Recording Deartment.  His Majesty King George, is giving up Abergetdie Castle,, which he  and   his   two   predecssors���������   King  Ed  000,000. They cover eight acres and  contain 1,100 rooms and two miles of  passages.  We passed through both Houses.  The House of Ix>rds is much more  ornate than the House of Commons  other interesting* buildings which teH murderous desire,' the Greek form  the story of Denmark's gallant his-j there warrants that translation." iv  tory. Even then we did not forgdt the ��������� is as if Saul were fairly panting, in  business aspect of otu* tour,  for tMo | his effort  to  give  expression  to   his  outraged    thoughts    concerning    4:h������  disciples.  iProm the high priest Saul asked  and readily obtained letters to the  synagogue in Damascus, which permitted him to arrest believers of  Christ, whether men or women, and  bring them bound to Jerusalem. At  Jerusalem the captives were- to be  brought before the Sanhedrin for  trial. Henry Druramond puts the situation in a striking way: "In the  pride of his. Pharisee's heart Pam  strikes out the idea to reverse the  maxim of the Crucified Leader of th������  Eskimo Mother Perishes In Attempt  To Save Children From  Drowning  A trag*edy of the   ArflLic in which  ;ui Eskimo mother sacrificed her life  in  a vain  attempt to sa\Te three  of  At  one   end  are   the ~thrones"of"the 1 her children from drowning was de- | hated sect, and go into all the world  King and Queen, and at the other end! scribed  by  Captain   Burgess,  of  the i and suppress the    gospel    in    every  .., _-     .,._      .-- of i steamer  Ungava,  just   back   from  a  the state  chair  of    the     Prince  Wales. In the    Commons    we    were, cruise alon^ thp Lahrador coast  shown     the     Speaker's     chair,     and;cruise along tne Labrador coast.  --'   --���������-   ---1 places occupied bv Mr. Baldwin, Mr.'     The  accident  occurred  near  Rigo-  warcl and Queen  victoria,  nave   aaa   Churchill>  Mr.   Ramsay     Macdonald,! let. An Eskimo boy and his two sis-  Mr.   Lloyd  George   and   other  Front j ters were fishing at the edge of the  Benchers of the three parties. \ ice ^hen a Iarge fioe broke 4way Bnd  drifted out  to  sea with the nelpless  children. '  The mother saw the predicament  of her children just as the six-knot  current caught the driftings fioe and  overturned.it. The hardy children  managed to keep their heads above  water  by   clinging  to   the   ice  while  on lease   for about  eighty years.  A..     II.      Gee,     Ph.D..    prominent  young Canadian scientist of Toronto  ap-  the  and Yale   universities,   has   been  pointed   assistant  professor     in  i i  William. Rufus, is particularly memorable as having been the scene of  the   trials   of   Sir   William   Wallace,  University of  California.   Dr.   Gee  is: Charles I.. Warren-Hastings, and the  only in his middle twenties. Seven   Bishops.     We   saw   the   brass  ���������..    . , , .. .plates   marking   the   spot  where   the  Negotiations for amalgamation  of ��������� fsl_fated Monarch sat during his trial,  the   Marconi   and   Eastern Telegraph ��������� also where the bodies of lidward VII.  Companies are reported to be coming.; and William. Bwart Gladstone lay in  to a head and an anouncement is ex- | state,  pected shortly it is understood.    The V    There is no nobler building, nor one  negotiations     include      the  jovern-  creature    .  There are similarities between the  course of Paul and that of E'elix  Dzerzhinsky, the- chief of the Red  Terror in Russia. He was the organizer of the Soviet Inquisition, by  which the Bolsheviks maintained their  position against their enemies in the  first years of their civil war for power. The Outlook said of him: 'Incorruptible and implacable, he was' the  sort of inexorable judge who believed  that people must be tortured and executed for the sake of an idea. He  had the victims tortured to learn from  them about plots against the Soviet  state, to strike fear into the hearts  i of its foes, and so to    advance   tne  that visitors from Overseas could desire  more  to  see   than  Westminster  ment owned Imperial Radio it is said.   Abbey.    It is built in the form of a  Dr. Duncan Campbell Scott, deputy, cross, 513 feet in length and 200 feet 1  .  +     .     . ���������,.,.��������� 1  ���������c -r-r.,-'-.-,., ������* i wide   across   the   transet>ts.      Every r  supenntenaent general  of Indian af-1 Engl1sh  Kj-ng. gince HalSw has befc������ |  J     "~    crowned in Westminster Abbey. The  mortal  remains  of    kings,     soldiers,  sailors,  statesmen, poets    and    illustrious men in every walk of life rest  beneath its flagstones, and it contains  the grave of the Unknown. Warrior.  ! The coffin rests in soil brought from  A  bylaw  passed   by  the   Montreal| ^battlefields  ^..       '        .,   .    .,r,r-rt x-i-t-- 1     Ttie beauty of the Abbey, no less  City Council, m 1S.0, prohibiting uny than its historical associations, filled  necessary noises has been invoked in 1 us with wonder and awe. The Chapel  cou tt. A firm of local music dealers j of Henry VIII., forming the eastern  was fined .$10 and costs for creating j ������nd. ������s the finest.example in the land  1 of the Tudor Gothic style of architec-  their mother launched'a leaky boat, j cause of Communism in Russia and���������-  the only one available, and with a; as undoubtedly he hoped���������through-  wooden  tub   to  bale   set   out  to  the'out the world-    In    certain    aspects  rescue.  fairs, has been appointed by order-in-  council to be one of the six commissioners of the Northwest Territories, in place of John W. Greenway,  commissioner of Dominion lands, who  died some time ago.  unnecessary  noises  by  means  of  an  outside gramophone apparatxis.  ture. A superb fan tracery vaulting  of ��������� matchless beauty is its  crowning  glory. Within  the groy walls of the  ���������_        _ _, ���������      ., t Chapter  House,   an   octagonal   room  Want Lower Fares ror Harvesters! of noble proportions, the House of  In the face of almost insurmount  able difficulties    the ? heroic    mother:1  took the children from the icy water  and started for shore, forced to bale  constantly to  keep  the fragile  craft  afloat.  Just as safety was almost assured  the wooden tub, held by only one  hoop at the bottom, fell to pieces in  the hands o'f the baler and before  they could reach shallow water the  craft sank beneath them. All were  drowned.  Communist fanaticism is like religious fanaticism. One of its most  singular and significant products was;  this gentle individual and criiel inquisitor,  Dzerzhinsky."  Good For Paving Purposes  ' By means of actual tests in road  construction it has been, definitely established that the bituminous  sands  Ah1������ Special Rates As a Means?'Of  Providing Help Where Needed  Special railway rates between inter-provincial points as a means of  providing a move fluid harvest labor  supply in the West was advised at a  conference in Winnipeg of United  Farmers ot Manitoba, tha Federal  Government employment service, the;  Board ol" Trade and the Provincial  Government.  Further recommendation was that  the railways arrange tuie reduced  rate tickets so that the labor supply could stop off in Manitoba imd  later proceed to Alberta and Saskatchewan, where the harvest is later.  Commons  was  borri  more  than  500; 0f Northern Alberta can be success-  Standard Grades jl>>>i** Jlciney  Thc Canadian Government is engaged in plans for establishing stand-  ord grades for honey. Krcporta of  Cnnndian honey have ine reused 200  pr-r cent, in four years ancl now  amount lo over ono and a half milr  huii pouudri annually,  seven-locked door -where the king's  treasure used to be kept, and.on the  door human skin still adhering affords  gruesome evidence of the days when  punishment was not so light as now.  In the Chapel of Edward the Confessor we saw the Coronation Chair  and Stone of Scone, said to have been  tho Coronation Stone of Scottish  kings from time immemorial, but  carried off by Edward I. in 1297.  There the tombs of five kings and six  queens in this chapel and the mutilated shrine of Edward the Confessor,  erected by Henry III, in 1269, originally a golden shrine decorated with  jewels and golden images of ttus  saints. Queen Elizabeth and her sister Mary lie side by side in the norm  aisle of the Henry VIT. Chapel.  Lit lie did wc think as wc gazed  at 1he tombs of tho great, that before  wo returned fi'uin Demuurk, iliiiru  would b(j brought into the Abbey the  body of tho IOmpire's best beloved  soldier, or that hi Scotkmd wo should  lay our humble tribute on his tomb!  Our four days itinerary in London  completed, we left in itic evening for  Harwich to embark    on    the    motor  eSilp "Jylland," pronounced mercifully  not a:j jt la spelt  but na  "Yoolnnd."  Again fortune favoured us for in tins  spick oat of aplc  and  wpan  whips we  had a    perfect    croHstng    over    the  usually  milled  North   Sea,  I^o   timo  wmi   lost   at  'Ksbjcrg,   for   before   11  p.m. we wero in our pullman bertha  en route foi* Copenhagen, most of ua  too sleepy to hoar the train move on  and off liu* mil fen-let* uh we crossed  Uio  Great  ami 1.111 lo *!"*cjh'  which Interrupt 1he journey. By eight n.m, we  wero settled in our new quartern, Ihe  Hotel CoHinopolite, Hen ning that wpico  of adventure which   neema   inseparable from a foreign Innd.  But we did not foci foreign long  in Dt-nmark. The keenness and rtry-  no.-Jf? of' the air reminded xm of Wi?h1-  crn Ciumda, Here 100 waa a north-  <������m iK'iiph* who uppitjciated Htovcn!  Nfvei'lheleHH w������- were   not   prepared  As the present supply of these sands  is practically unlimited, their presence and use appear to have solved  the problem of permanent paving  and road construction in tho western  provinces.  Ereetksg Coiantry Elevators  A Busy Season Ahead In Constructing Grain Elevators In Alberta  This summer will witness a great  deal of activity on the part of the  grain companies as well as the Wheat  Pool in the construction of elevators  at country points in Alberta to take  care of the larger harvests which are  .expected. Another company which has  just announced its intention to enter  on a construction program is ��������� the  Gillespie Grain Company. According  to John Gillespie, president, the firm  plans to erect six new elevators each  with a capacity of 40,000 bushels.  River Power Co., Ltd., a company  allied with the Whitney interests in  developing the Flin Flon mining properties" and which, supply power to  the Flin Plon.  While the initial development is  not on the scale of some of the bigger power projects on the continent,  even in its first stages, the power  plant at Island Falls will be by far  larger than any now existing in Saskatchewan.  At present Regina has the largest  power plant in Saskatchewan, with a  capacity of 26,500 horsepower. The  one to be built at Island Falls, even  at the start, could supply any two  cities' in Saskatchewan with all power needs and could supply Moose Jaw,  North Battleford, Prince Albert and  Saskatoon. The 39,000 initial horsepower will "represent 21,000 kilowatts, f^ .  Under terms imposed by the Saskatchewan government, the federal  government, having, referred the proposition, the Churchill River Power  company ^rnust reserve one-sixth of  the total power developed for use of  the public in Saskatchewan and sell  that reserve to the public consumer  at as low a cost as charged any company for like use as the reserve power must be supplied as and when required.  The ^Churchill River Power Company now has a registered ������ilice in  Regina and from that office has issued an official warning . tihat. lands  in the vicinity will be flooded and  that protests, if any, should be filed  oa or before July 16, noon.  Minard's Uninient for Insect Bites.  While it may be true that British  law gives a man the right to open  his wife's letters, yet it doesn't give  him a wife who will submit to that  sort of thing.  Courtship-  home!"  Marriage-  home!"  "Oh, if he'd    only    go  'Oh,  if he'd only come  mtt.EGATlGN OF ROTAKIANS  Cute in allab^y2-  'Awfiil atTfiree  "-and iCs Dangerous- .   byPRuth. jBrtttaixt      j  Here la the largest delegation of Rotarluns ever to leave 13urope for tf^o  North American continent, and who chose to travel by the ;3t, Lawrence  route and through Canada to'r.ttend the 10th Rotary International Convention at Minneapolis. There were 250 In tho party, and they represented il  nations. Tnfu't ia Copt. 13. F. F-iirmn.ers, commander of the White' Star liner  "JMbertlc" holding n China Rotary wheel presented to him by Rotarlans  from CzccHo-Slovakta, t\a a minmento of Uio voyage. Tho photograpa wo������  Lilu-u om thi; All>������j.lie &*m v.LJcli the delegation travelled.  Thumb sucking docs look sweet in  a baby, but it is disgusting in tho  three-year-old and sometimes It  hangs on until fifteen or sixteen! Tho  habit may cause an ill-formed mouth  or induce adenoids; and it always interferes with digestion. Pinning tho  sleeve ovor the hand; attaching mittens, or putting on cardboard cuffs,  which prevont bending the arms at  tho elbows, are sorao of tho ways to  atop the habit.  Another bad habit���������irregularity in  bowel action���������is responsible for weak  bowels and constipation in babies.  Give tho tiny bowels an opportunity  to act at regular periods each day. If  thoy don't net at first, a little Fletcher's Castorla will soon regulate them.  Rvery mother should keep a bottle of  it bandy to use in case of colic, cholera, diarrhea, gas on stomach and  bowels, constipation, loss of sleep, or  when baby Is cross and feverish. Its  gentle "Influence over baby's nyHtem  enables him to got full nourishment  from hia food, helps him gain,  strengthens his bowels.  Castorla is puroly vegetable ond  harmless���������the recipe is on the wrapper. Physicians have prescribed it for  over 30 y������ars. With each package,  vou get" a valuable book on Mothor-  'hoodf Look l'or Chas. H. Fletcher'H  nlgnaturo on the wrapper so you'll get  I the -genuine. jt~'*3  //>  ^  TJ  DVU I LMA/    '   !'i,'*S?T7,Q^F*5*r\?iT        T3  IL  ./*  i  3  3  )  NURSES know, and doctors have  declared there's nothing quite like  Aspirin to relieve all sorts of.aphes  and pains, but be sure it -its'' Aspirin'  the name Bayer should ��������� be on the  package, and on every tablet. _ Bayer  js genuine, anu tne woru genuine���������in  red���������is on every bos. Ybu can't go  wrong if you will just look at the box:  Aspirin' '.:-" ..  ia-the trade jonarlj  < registered   In   Canada)  indicating   Bayer   Manufacture-.    While Jt   ts  yell known that Aspirin-means Bayer manw--  factvjre. to assure tbe.public against imitations.  the Tablets will be stamped -with their "Bayer  C'rosa" trade mark. "���������".    ..      .  OC  D  3C  1  FIRES  ,-    ���������by       -  NELLIE   L.   McCLUNG  .���������Copyrlent,   Cana������a,   19ZS  ac  ������8  CHAPTER XXVII.���������Continued.  Dr.  St. John would not have been  critical of his wife if she had chosen  to follow- some profession. "He would  have  liked  that. He  did  not  believe  that every woman had to be run in  the doniestic mould, making the coffee and ironing shirts���������anyone could  do that! But the companionship*���������:the  good   fellowship   of   a   wife���������-how  he  craved it! And now that craving \va?  slowly turning to resentment.  Other  men had wives-���������-he _ bad.; a  queen o������  chatter,  a;hoardera of y fcrinJeets,     a  bridge player, a tea drinker!   -  The   telephone, rang. . ...   ,..,  ....v"Yes^ it, is  '^^St.^J^n.^V^^J^  speaking?"  "Jack���������Jack Doran."  v "Eva's brother.?',, ,-Qn your... way  throtigh! Come along, yes, we are at  home���������I'll drive down for you ���������  only thirty minutes. Grand Trunk?  I'll be tbere-^-yes. yEva    will    coiwfe,  too/'   "   "             \>������    "-'*"'  The Doctor hurried into the liying*-  room and spoke, to Eva. -'Jack is at  the station. Get* oh your things," he  said, ''my car is at the door. Leave  the crowd here.".- y  "We will all go," cried    one    girl,  with  very  bare .-sho.ulderH; . "I -want.  to see Eva's'"' good-lciokihg    brdthetv  Let's give hirii a regular send-off."  The crowd arose flutteringly, all  chattering. There was something  particularly irritating to thc doctor  : in their idleness, their gaiety, 1'ielr  ; lack of seriousness. "Stay here," hfi  ; said curtly; "Jack Doran has, no de-  ':��������� sire to be met by a crowd of strang-  A Friend to Women  Lydia E. Pinlham's  Vegetable Compouad  LYDIA K. I'INKHAM MKD1CINE CO.  I'ynn, tAu-pt,,, U.U.A.  rand Cobourir, Ont., Ciinadtt,  ers for whom he? cares nothing. Ke  wants to see his sister."  Eva turned on him indignantly.  "Well, I like that," she said. f'Re-  member, a station: is>a pxiblie place���������  anyone can. gy. yCtowie on, kiua, every  one ojf you." '-    '  The doctor took his wife's arm  with ay suddenness that surprised her  and said, "Hurry Eva-���������have you no  sense?" " "v" "' " Pa.  "Itou have no right to be rudefjto  my friends," said Eva peevishly,  when they were on their way to ihe  station; "you acted abominably jtrst  now!"' ft .���������'.,  | "Oh forget it!" the Doctor said,  "and try to get a serious thoughtlin  your mind for oMce. Your oijly brother is going to war. and the chances  are against your ever seeing hini  again. Have, you nothing to, say fto  him? Forget that cackling gang for  half an hour.  Ilheir feelings  are riot  hurt.;v.._'> a:  . Eva looked at ,him in speechless  amazement. ���������?  f: Jack had hoped that he might see  his sister and the doctor alone. He'  wanted to tell his sister about Helmi.  The boy's heart craved companionship���������he must tell, somenoe. But the  whole crowd swarmed around him  with their incoherent gaiety, their  senseless chatter, r and the few minutes went by uselessly.: Tlie fDoctor  was furious, and it was against Eya  that his rage was directed. Here was  her only brother going away, and she  had not a serious thought r^ih her  head, not one loving, personal word  for him. -" ������������������ ^���������'"--^������������������ ���������  .The Doctor took Jack's hand at  the last as they stood at the step3 of  the train. "I am going over too,  Jack;"; he said; "it;.ftsygoing to be* a  lbng.fight, and we T*viH all be needed.  I ;cannot stand|back :^ see other  Z men go. I am proud of you, Jack. Can  I do anything for ybu'?"  A great impulse to tell the Doctor  came to Jack but the conductor Was  calling and the  trscih bell was ringing'-       / ���������-','..������������������." y.  UI wish  I could have had a good  talk   with   you,"   Jaek   said,   as   the  train began to move. P]  -��������� That night when her company had  gone, Eva came into "the Doctor's  room. His light was still burning^  and she knew he (was,not asleep. Eya,..  sinuous and graceful, in a light go\yn  of cream satin, was determined ?to  checlE what *#as the SfirStx sign of insubordination' ih her husband. lier  married friends assured her that if a  man is "let away" with an exhibition  of- temper -or crossness -he* will be  worse the next time; so Eva had her  mind made up to be very haugfnty  and coldly proud. She" would ��������� forgive  him, but only after a distinct understanding. '������������������'  "Well, what have.you to: say?" she  as Iced him, -#ith the queenly manner  that had never failed.  "Nothing," he answered, "only  that it is time you were in bed."  "Do you mean tp say that, after insulting my guests."  The doctor laid dpwn his book. 'Tf  your guests had any sense,, which  th^y have [not, tftey:;' would have  stayed here and let you and me go  alone. They don't know Jack ' and  care nothing for him. They raced to  the station because it was something  to do, something to relieve the dullness of their vacant minds, I told  you to hurry if you want-ad to see  your brother.������, Now you can be #as  hurtyover it as^ypu like.-1 am tired  ti-ying to unders,fc*������nd you, -and have  come to, the conclusion that there is  nothing to understand, in fact you  have ceased to interest mo."  Eva had riot'expected ihi.M. "What  do you mean?" she said at last.  "Just what I said! Selfish people  pay for their selfishness In the end,  though they may be able to run on  credit for a long time, The world .is  at war, Eva, but you do not know it.  While you arid yoiir overfed friends  wero eating and drinking downstairs,  boys were dying; in mud and cold to  save the world, brave boya like Jaeft.  Nurses were binding up Hhriipnql  wounds while shells fell around  tlvcm; refugees) were pouring iuto  England to be cared l'or by the women of England, No, Kva, your type  knight l������wt n Ion** time in p.?n.e<\ but  it shown up badly in timo of war."  Eva wan looking at him now  through half-closed lids. Dull, anger  burned in her eyes.  "You are no longer a child, Y.vo.,  though I can  hardly :*ay you arc a  could get away with it tight now you  would* ^ive a violent exhibition of  anger. But something tells you it  would be quite useless. .You will-never be an old woman, Eva; don't be  afi-aici Ox ni.a.1.. kjiC* vvouieii are patienu,  help, ready to warn, anxious���������perhaps Loo anxious. You >cnbw the type,  and utterly despise them. You were  quite "ashamed of my dear old mother when? she came to visit us, she was  so old-fashioned and quaint to you  and your friends. No, you will never  be an old woman, Eva; in another  fifteen years ybu will be a stale novelty."  She turned and.left him without a  word. Reaching"., her, room, she flung  herself across the. bed and wept tears  of sheer vexation. ���������  The next day the doctor toldl his  wife that he had enlisted for service  overseas, Eva hoped and expected  right to. the last minute that he  would apologize and beg to be for-  glven, but she was disappointed, and  the' hardest part of it was that he  did not seerii to care.  CHAPTER XXVJIT.  The people Of Bannerman have not.  forgotten Aprjl ?25th, 1915. The day  began peacefully enough, with only  a reddish tinge in the sunshine to  mark it from other days, and that  blinding heat which seems more oppressive irr April thanyin July. The  Spring had come early in Northern  Alberta and now the budding of the  earth was advancing with feverish  haste. The red tassels of the poplars were paling into feathery gray,  and already some were to be found  littering the woodland paths, theiry  wotk was done, they could take their-  rest. "��������� yf-1'  Of   all  the   spring   birds  that  had  come  back to  gladden  tha land the  crows were most    in    evidence    for  they had come in thousands from the  south, filling, the air with their clam-:  or. In every flock that came, a noisy  minority seemed to dominate,  sometimes dividing from the company to  seek their  own way, and  then  finding their following not so  great as  they had  expected,  returning noisier,  than   ever  to   demand   that   another  vote be  taken because the first one  had   not   been   constitutional.   Vastly;  entertaining is the crow, and full of  a caprice that-marks him for a blood  brother of the. human family. But he  is welcomed by? the northern  dwellers���������not because  of himself or his;  haBits,  which are  reprehensible,   but  because he is a portent of tiae Spring.  (To Be Continued.)  *F  1 Teeth and Health  Issued   ., By r The���������  Canadian      Dental  Hygiene    Ootxncil    and    Published  By   The   Saskatchewan-rental  Socitey  VI:-  =J/  HOW TOOTHACHE STOPS  Little Helps For Ihis Week ]  RED HOT JULY DAYS  HARD ON THE BABY  July���������-the month of oppressive  heat; red-hot days and sweltering  nights; is extremely hard on little  ones. Diarrhoea, dysentery, colic  and cholera infantuhi carry off thousands of precious little Jives every  summer. The mother must be constantly on her guard to prevent  t&ese troubles, or if they come on  suddenly to fight,them. No other  medicine is of sudh aid to mothers  during the hot summer as is Baby's  Own Tablets. They regulate the  bowels and stomach, and ��������� an occasional dose given to the well child  will prevent summer complaint, or if  the trouble does come on suddenly  will banish it. The Tablets are sold  by Medicine dealers or by mail at  25o a box from. The Dr. Williams1"  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  The right possessed by the British  public to take* gold to the Mint to  be coined Into sovereigns was withdrawn In 1925.  In toothache we find a fight progressing between the invading organisms and ^nature's "little warriors, the  phagocytes.  Then what decides the tide-of battle?  Should the invaders not have made  too great headway through the  breach, in the pulp -wall, the chances  are that the little warriors would win  the day, and, the tooth get well,  especially if the tooth cavity were  cleansed of aii decay, 'oy this means  destroying the hosts of the invading  organism, Nature needs assistance at  times you see. -.P.  But should this aid be not forthcoming, the attacking organisms pour  through the breach in increasing  numbers, and discharge their poisons,  while nature, making a desperate effort to stem the tide, rushes her little warriors into the conflict in such  vast numbers as to ..prove, her own  undoing. In thi������ wise: "that the "tiny  blood vessels . within the pulp chamber become congested resulting in an  increased pressure that flattens:; the  thinly walled veins at the constricted  opening which serves as * both entrance and exit to the pulp^ chamber.  Consequently, the flow o������ blood outward is progressively slowed ;u'p and  ultimately stopped, and pulp strang-  ���������ulation results. .        ,  -. So the pulp dies; and the- gallant  band of little warriors is annihilated;  then, with the pulp death the pain  .ceases. But is tl^e danger past? Not  at all.  For the invading hosts, finding in  the dead pulp ideal conditions of  heat and moisture for their propSiga-  tion and growth, multiply exceedingly, and pour through the exit of the  chamber into the body tissues carrying their poisons, as well as other  products of decomposition of the life-  leas pulp.  . Thus, coursing through the body  fluids, they become at once a menace,  not only to the health and life of the  tooth, but of the individual as well.  "But  ye,   brethren,   be   hot  weary  in well doing."���������Thessalon|#.ns iii. 13���������  Life is not living  Just for  today; yf  Life is not dreaming : |  Ail the short way.   t V?          |  It is living for others, I  To lighten their load; |  It is helping your brothers; a  And trusting in God. $  ������������������Hoadley. P  Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things, iri  which smiles and kindnesses arisa  small obligations given habitually  win and preserve the'heart and s������s-  cure comfort. ������  ���������Sir Humphrey  Davy. 5|  Education is wonderful. fit telfe  you a hors d'oeuvre on the menu 1k  a  slightly  shopworn   sardine. "i  The  monetary  unit  of  Holland   is  the guilder, or gulden.  _*���������.-'  -���������'; ��������� ��������� ���������p. a  ^S������W W\\m\mfL\*%mf*\&* ww   IT-hbEiwBB*vB -HahI���������! ia  m**m  ms*m  H m (aa*. a ���������" *���������** im.^* bm ������������������������������������ i      tmtmr '^aa.   SS ** ** S*       *m*mA   mt\ m*  Pi   m.    wm  Nearly Lost Her Little Girl  Mrs, Theodore Rivott, Anthony, Ont.,  writes:���������"Lust Fall I nearly loafc uay  little girl,as s1j\o wii������ auft'ering,terribly  from puiamer complaint. Slio became  very tkiu nnd Mrcak; hud no appetito,  wid could hardly walk across the room  without falling down. Jit laat my  i aiuLUor udviaod a������e lo get u bottle ot  Regina College E.vtenhion  ���������Tenders are being called for the  construction of the Regina College  Arts Building, to be completed this  year with auditorium capacity of ������00.  It will be built of Tyndal stone and  brown brick in the Tudor collegiate  style;.....,. -.������������������.,.   ��������� , , '*" ������������������ ,. .��������� ��������� ''..-.y.-  W.    M.    IJ.     1711  womuai, You ai-o u perfect jforni to  hang clothes on, and a very graceful  dancer, and a very' free upender on  yourself and   if  you    thoviK.lit    you  Knrl after ahe had  taken a few doaeA  elii* wtu* relieved.,  I nl������o found  it ������ grand rwnody for  crampa,   and   would   not  l>f������   wi|.ho������t   ���������  l>ottl������   of   it   in   tho   house   tor   anjr-  tuiMffr.''  Ham Ix-mn on U>������ mcrltcl fnr uxnr flO  y������������u-M; put u|> only by Tho I1. Mllbui**|  Co^, Llniliod, Toronto', Out.  j^o-iverful Metllelue. -��������� Tho lieulltig  properties in six essential oils are  concentrated in r every bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Kclectric OH, forming one  of the most beneficial liniments ever  offered Lo the t������ae oi xiyav.. Miiny can  testify ns to Its power in allaying  pain, and many more can certify that  they owe thoir health to it. Its wonderful power ia not expressed by tho  small price at -which it ������oli,*$.  It in estimated that 2,800.000 work-  era quit their jobs or change, them  each  year in   U.S.  There U\ nothing  than, a sure thing.  Miniird'ti Liniment  OM���������   *>t4.-..  mm-Vi   lineertuin  heulM ttttt,,  hrulH'  ���������y-,; i. .1 ���������t**zr:iJXMi������**VZ':i  THE tire that  gives the most  mileage has extra miles Built-in  at the factory. Firestone uses the best  materials, purchased  economically in the  primary markets.  Special processes.  including Gum-  Dipping, add to  quality���������yet cost is  reasonable, due to  modern factories and  facilities. Your local  Firestone Dealer*'  saves you money and  serves you , better.  Let him handle yoxir  tire requirements.  Always put a Firestone steam-  welded. lea\-prattf tube in .;  your Firestone lire.       ���������;  FIRESTONE T!TtE a/ntTBRER CO.  OF  CANADA,   LIMITED  Hamilton,   Ontario.  r-'jffi^^E^aa. ^BBj^^^3^ BnS j^y*^^^&������ ^^Sf^^^E ^^^^^Rjk  Builds tho Only  ^flfl^ AAt 4fct 1^. ^u*      .^^ul   ^^ uhg^. ttsSHk ^ijL^dk ittlbUu ������������������X-<'.  m  ���������tPTrae nifctgaTftTar  d Par^  :���������!July StS* ������o Jffsv. and! Mra. i  ������������.**������& 1 I    U** to the first off July 1828 village  ^dvucw l tax .payments   -wore well  over  the  j $2000 saasrb.  I    air. ana  Mrs.  w. J. Truscott ana  ! fas-til y -were Spokane visitors a few  Joy Arroversmith. a> son.  Poky For SAXja���������Saddle pony, $10. ] days last week.  BV Slaifee of WsnBapeg-f, ������3asn., is Here  . The Jaly saeattag of CJt-sstots Valley  Women's Institute is cancelled.  Hay Fob Saxjs���������Alfalfa, also alfalfa  and timothy mixed. W��������� K. Beard.  Oasap Xiister.  Tenders for Gr&a&l Haul  Sealed tenders will be received by  6he undersigned up to Saturday, July  ai, jusa**-, for hauling 4o yards or gravel  from the Leas-month pit, to be delivered on Fifth Street, between SchoSeld  and Gurd Avenues. Work to be completed not latei? than August 15, 1928.  ieowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. For ail other tisfosmation  apply A. COMFORTe Chairman Boads  Committee. Village of Oreston.  on a ssaath'e visit with his daughter,  Mrs. O. H. Hare.  Mrs. Chas. Armstrong is a B'ernte  vi&itor this week, a gueet of her sister,  BSisa fsisie Da vies.  Accounts passed at the July meeting of the villajre couneii on Mondny  night totalled $9&1.  *WAHTBa>���������Boy fco work on ran c b  for twt>   or  three months.   Enquire  w^      "  <������������������:'���������.'._      "^^. ^^ -,   ���������        jf^l.������ ..'j. ft _l^^.'    ~  jEUSvaaaw  vuiwg vicawu,  Attto ifOK 8aus���������MaswelU in first  class shape, price reasonable; terms If  necessary*   J. P. Oatts, Creston.  Announcement is made that Christ  Church Sunday school wiii be closed  for the months of July and August.  !  Vital, statistics for June show three;  births* three marriages and one death.  Of the sse'Vv' afrrivsls two wests beys.  Mrs. W. Hare of Kimberley is re-  newisg Creston aequRsnlariees thia  month, a guest of her son. Sort Hare.  Triioity Women's Missionary Sociaty  wiii have ihe July meeting on Thursday, 10th, at 3 *p.sn.. at Trinity Church.  Misa Helen Shantz of CaTgary,  Alberta, is a Oreston visitor this week������  a guest of her cousin, Mrs. Geo, Morrison.  The weather man favored with the  hottest spell of the year on Wednesday when the murcury hit 89 Sn the  shade. ���������  K>av  UU({������  I  Si  50c. LUNCH AM> BINNEB  SHORT OKDERS at all Hours  AFTEBEfOON TEA  PENB O'REILEB ICE CBEAM  SHELLY?S BBEAB  ���������day Chicken Dinner, 75$  Five to Seven p. m.  One ol the ohief factors in the -success of any business Sa  Workmanship. Ton can get it here. All work is done by  well trained tradesmen, with many years experience in  General B!ackscnithin&, Horseshoeing. Carriage He pairs and  Woodwork, Oxy Acetylene Welding. Plumbing and Tin  smithing.  We carry a large stock of Pipe and Fittings, Valves,  Bath Fixtures and Sheet Metal. Also of Iron and Steel,  Hardwood, Buggy and Democrat Wheels. Poles; Shafts,  XK>ubIetrees, Singletrees. Neckyokes, Bolsters, Axles, Casithook  Handles, Ase Jttandies, Bte.  Bring in youi work and try us out. Out-of town customers, send in your orders, which will be taken care of In tbe  very best manner.  RHP  i  Bfeolsailff!       PiumbfBg    Tinsmith       Oxy Acetylene Welding  SBaSBBSBBEffil  mm  ���������"#'-i|B..        # jf*  Thrift  consists in. spending less than  you earn*  If by careflal  economy you can  save anoney, you nave falcen a  long seep toward contentment.  We pay interest on Savings hal*  ances and shall welcome your  account. &&  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $2O,0OCU������OO  Reserve Fuuad $20/JO0,O00  Creaton Branch *  R. J. Forbei*. ManaflEer  ���������tt  Foreign Remittances  You will at timet* find it necessary  to remit money to foreign countries.  This Bunk has established relations  with leading Bonks abroad and you  may be quite sure that the draft yon  purchase here will be readily and  conveniently cashed* u  faj^^jlk. jBLmmmt      hJS&M^       ^Lbdiu      ^������^^^^   4 ^^m j^   ���������' .ftMfte m^^^^^^^ Jjj^ ^^^^ ^^^   MyH^ j^jy^L  ,^Ri     ^^BM   jffl\^p ^m~~T ^g^H    gj     i^^HL *.,   IBji ^KIj^     j^^B^m      ^Sffik^ H  ^M^j^S^  Or CAMAJDUt  CRESTTON BRANCH  C W. ALLEN, Mmsg^  anwrataHHawn^^  ifkiortgitge for SSOu, carries interest of  [  8%,   Anyone interested   enquire   Review Office.  Cash intake at tho Creston office of  ������he pi-aviticmi police iTov J Bine was just  a little over 8400. of which $823 was  front auto licenses.  Adam Robertson left on Wednesday  for   Weyh������tme   8������s|c���������   where   fee    i  spending  the summer vacation with  relatives and friends.  ^*1V.~J~*   jriv^���������~������������':������~.s-J������ ������-��������� ��������������� '*,��������� m ������V=.  vuiriii  wuucvn   -a������a������������ Km wimiu lur tne  next fonr Sundays, and  no  services  will  he hel<$ until August 12th any  wheie In the parish.  Mary Murre!! left on Friday last for  OalR-ftry. Alberta, ������shese she is taking  in the stampede, and will holiday for  the balance of the month.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Betherington and  baby of Snoqualmte, Wash., are visitors this week with the former's  grandmother, Mrs. Geo. Hendren.  Mrs. Ted Winehcombe left on Sunday for Macleod and other Alberta  -points, where she will visit relatives  and  friends for  the nest few weeks.  Up to tbe first of the month 42 dog  licenses have  been f issued to   village  residents.    For  the   outside  districts]  ; the provincial police had issued 96 dog  tags.  Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family of  Stockton, Califc arrived by motot at  the end of the week on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. Shade, the ladies being  sisters.  The Oreston Cafe has  been   taken  over   by   Mra.   SSt. ,.,J.   Beninpcer   who  |assumed full charge on Monday, July  9th, nnd patrons ^^t* a decided  improvement in the service.  Notices for the election on Wednesday are up and designate Mercantile  Hall as the pi ce for voting:. A% we  understand it the voting hours are  from 9 a.nx. to 9 p.m. town time.  The annual school meeting; Is called  for 7 p.m. at the schoolhouse, Saturday, July 14tb. Mrs. Henderson is  the retiring trustee, and Dr. Henderson's term a* auditor' has also expired.  According to an authoritative statement hy Mr. Langdbn. poultry inspec  tor for the Eootenays, Creston  ponltrynten -shipper! 55QS baby chicks  this season, as compared with 4000 in  1927.  The Conservatives are having the  closing rally of the campaign tonight  at the Grand Theatre at which Leon  J. Lndner. M.P. for South Vancouver,  and Mayor Mord en oi North Vancouver will be the chief speakers. Meet  ing to commence at 8 o'clock.  6RAH0 THEATRE  SATURDAY, JULY  14  Norma Talmadge  in David Belasco's  Great Stage Siiccess  a  S*rmf*\mT~mi  'S  V V A&&}*^&^^'%lr'.������.M.&^g*  s  Nice  during the Hdt\':weslbhe)r'''^'  have   several   different   kmds   in  your pantry.     A change is always  appreciated.  Try SOsiie Of tu6S6  e  AU   Bran,   Bran   Flakes  Faffed Wheat assd Eiee  ^~eaa* of HVh&ixt  WheaflefSs Grape Nuts  Post Bran Flakes  Post Toasties  Shredded Wheat  '"P������*s**5.ii^Kr Iir%0x4mt* ���������'������������������������������������*���������'  ������fa  *���������������* ������������������������ w      "^-^ <*mmm*  Cristan VaSler CO'  Two Stores  ttxim*.  Dolores, the teaaiag, tantalizing, tango-dancing cabaret  girl,  Don Joee, the blustering "bea1  dam cabaHero in all his  countree!"  Johnny, fche handsome gambling bnckaroo kidl!  three oharaotors whose action  will thrall, interest and gain  your applause in  Narma'si Greatest Produc-  tion, "THE BOVEI"9  mmm  f if it S nl  ERIGKSOM  m\  sam  t*\*Wk*\    %\\jtmW~ S-   Jm\W^k*\\  BBS .?*���������������"    muxMBr     BB    SBf  mm  fs a word that means a great deal  indeed.     You can get it here.  And you can get it from your car  after it has been here.  FHESVSI:.ER   aABAGE  SERVICE ON ANVTHING OPERATED BY GASOUNC  Portable OrthophonSe  Finished in Blue .or Brown I^eathep, $48fc60.  New style Orthophonic "Victrolas afc f 115, $165,  $190, $385 and $775.    These can be seen at our  tore today.    Come and hear them.  mm us a izr* bass: mis yeam  We have a supply of Moth Bags, Moth  Balls,  01d������Lavander������ Oil  Cedar,  Naprha  Flakes, Cedar Flakes.  THE REXALL8TORE  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. II. Kjffliixar  MM      iMHi^aaj*jjf>lMt        att        ^^^^^~ ^^_       ^^ Ma^ffc ^^^^^     ^aMifMl���������jfjjHI    (jtUK      Sm\        mmm    ^^-^^���������-^ JUsm  MEAT MERCHANTS  q���������iw'*,i1 "���������'. ��������� !��������� mi   ���������i.iiii'.ii".������.wif' n ���������).i.������w.'!>i'..'i!*'.H..Ji.a ������l������"Ji'Hanw.'-fgwn."w.wt  ������L'i"j'i:."j'j'.'.'.. r.  ..������������������":'������������������'   '   "v������i!-i 'M1'" ' ���������- -���������       .."..-..."-.-.V...... .1=3  |TRY OOK  ShAtoROCK PORK SAUSACE  An economical dlah, oaey to flc*vo.  &Jt���������&-W&ty9CtfR   mSr���������HWf.���������i nTljQLMflp JBuflLC^CWV 0ttMM Mmif%Jtt.mjm  GJLtElWJub&ImE {*b���������EJUwEJ?������b   *&%JM~M~J������f���������  ttJovernmont Rrndod, hl*pfh������8t quality.  JLrkmESMtf.  nd G���������JJfCMjiMJ MfimBtri  nil vmrltatlns.  Lhoiceai BE Eh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ^^^   ^^ ^^^^   mm   m^ ^^^tm iMi 4^^k^    ^^^^      ���������       ^^ *^m^ **^m   AiW mrn^m. . ^^uudUMk   yu mm m*H* AAS* ^Mfthh. MIMI^  J&UM-*.dWma-    MJWi&tmlU   jr%J>%JtU M M%, M    M*%J'iJtMJl  !wfci������ert������������*i ^rg; |������roclnot(-nn. nm\ proAvw* l������*fcfcM" "poultry.    Boy th** hmt*

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